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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

w -a ijv 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBU1C: WASHINGTON D. C, THURSDAY, MAY U, 1885. GETTYSBURG. AFTER TWENTY YEABS. Visit of the First Corps to the Battlefield "WHERE REYNOLDS EELL. 'The President and Other Dis tinguished Men Present. The survivors of the First Corps of tho Army the Potomac take an active interest in estab hins and recording the true history of their erps during the war of tho rebellion. At its meeting in Washington, two years ago, tho .fice of Historian was created by tho First Corps Society, and as one of the results well organized excursions havo been made to tho battlefields of Bull Hun, Fredericksburg, Chan ellorsville and Spottsyl van ia, where many of the prominent participants on each side in those great battles havo met and discussed the conduct of the Armies of tho Potomac and Korthcrn Virginia, thus settling satisfactorily Terr many disputed points and uncovering to "the light of history others of which tho one arry or tho other was wholly unaware. The excursion of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

Etrtfc Jttfc -TO 02 " "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.11 ESTABLISHED 1877.-2NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885. '0L. IV-NO. 41.-WJI0LE m. 197; tiHV" 4W4 gjftsPT-ggy?--';- - iz MILITARY MEMOIRS. Pursuit of the Rebels After Mission, ge. THE AKMY REORGANIZED. Remembrances of Sherman, McPherson and Thomas. START EOR ATLANTA. The Fights Around Buzzard Roost. BY BKEVET MAJ.-GEN. WJr. Y. CARLIN, COLONEL 4TH V. S. ixr. COl'lKIGHT, lbio. XXIII. The defeat of the Confederate army in front of Chaitanooga was so thorough that pursuit of its retreating fragments was ex pedient and practicable from every point of view, and Grant accordingly sent oat his armies on all practicable roads in hopes of capturing a portion at least, or of crippling it beyond the power of early recovery. Sher man with his own special command, the Fourth Corps under Gen. Gordon Granger, and Gen. Jeff. C. Davis's Division, Gen. How ard's Corps, .the Fourteenth Cor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

THE NiTICWAL TRIBUNE: WASIIItf&TON, D. 0.. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885. oii apart. There tiro bayonet thrusts, saber strokes, pistol shots; cool, deliberate movements ou tho part of some: hot, passionate, desperate efforts with others; hand-to-hand contests; reckless ness of life; tenacity of purpose; fiery deter mination; oat lis, yells, curses, hurrahs, shout ings; men going down on their hands and knees, spiuuiiig round like tops, throwing out their arms, gulping up blood, falling, legless, armless, headless. There arq, ghastly heaps of dead men. Seconds arc ceuturics, minutes ages; but the thin Hue of ineu in bluo docs not break. The Confederates have swept past iho Ver mont regiments. " Take them in flank," shouts Gen. Staunard. The 13th and lGth regiments swing out from the trench, form a right dnglo to tho maiu line, and face tho north. They move forward a fow steps and pour a deadly volley into the backs of Kemper's troops". With a hurrah they rush on to drive homo tho bayone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885; '' 1 h FIGHTING THEH) OVER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. DE GRASSH'S BATTERY. A. Spirited Account of tlio rnsnscntent Before Atlanta, Ja!y . Igtti. To toe Editou: We were somewhat sur prised hist July to learn after the lapse of 20 years that Do Grassu's battery was recaptured by the Second Division of the Sixteenth Corps. And now comes an Ohio Captain with his brave, louK-lo.2jied Ordeily Sereanr, with nothing but the First Division of the Fifteenth Corps as lits support, and pushes the Second Division of the Fifteenth Corps aside, or tramples them down, and recaptures the battery a second time. He must have been as brave as the Lieutcnant Colouel of the S'Jd Ind., who got on a drunk at Dallas and wanted a Corporal and six mt-n to support him whilst he captured the rebel works in trout. Now, 3Ft. Editor, with your permission, I will give your readers an account of the part the 111th 111. to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1888. h The National Tribim (Established 18,7.) Published weekly. One Dollar per Year, Uhvariably in Alliance. 6lx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period, received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 2IOXEY sent us, oUtcrtcise than by registered teller, jwslal notes, postal money ordtr, or draft on Xcu Yorl; icill be at the risk of Uic sender. AGENTS. Wc employ no agents. TnE National Teibusk has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally honest and failliful ; but persons who confide their subscriptions to them mvsl be their oicn judges of their i cponsibility. The paper Kill be sent only on rrccipf of the subscription price ADDRESS!, RENEWALS. Etc. Addresses trill be changed as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every case give the old as tccll as ncc address. Jn renetcing, subscribers slioitld becarcful torend us the labd on the last paper rcceited, and specify any cor rections or cl.angis they desir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHlNfiTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAT 21 1885. f (!.( WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The deck's Doings at the Na tional Capital. THE ISTHMIAN IMBROGLIO. Commauilor I). II. McCullii, who commanded fho luud forces in the recent Isthmian troubles, and in ti manner to win the cotumunilatiou of everybody, is now in the city, Ho says that the expedition was in every way a success, and accomplished thoroughly tho end for which it was sent on L It : succeeded in keep: nji transit open without loss of life Another great object accomplished was the prevention of damage to American property in Panama by the occupa tion of that town. CommandcrMcChlla thought tho immediate cause ol the trouble was the fact that highway robbery was practiced to a great extent on tho canal employees when they are paid off every week, aud that there was an absence of Columbian troops to prevent tlu-so outrages. These robberies easily mcited in surrection, which such men as Prestan were always ready to take ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, "MAY 21, 1885. THE .GRAND ARMY. Camp-Fircs-Post Officers-News from the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The CouniiRTuler-in-CIiIcr Home Aain Ills Welcome. Tolhdo, O., May 1G, 1SS5. Commander-in-Chief Kountz received a trarni welcome home from his journeys in the mighty West, and manifold were the expres sions of congratulation and pleasure over the handsome recognition that awaited him at every point visited. The superb badge pre sented him by the great-hearted comrades of California has been on exhibition at Cook's jewelry store, where it has beeu viewed by admiring thousauds. and without a dissenting voice it is pronounced the iuobt artistic and elegant ever seen. Wednesday evening Forsyth Post gave the Commander-in-Chief a complimentary recep tion, Ford Post, East Toledo, and C. B. Mitch ell Post, South Toledo, joining in the occasion. Dr. S. S. Forbes, Toledo's soldier Mayor; Gen. John W. Fuller, hero of Corinth; Capt. J. Kent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

-tv- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885. LOYAL WOMAN'S WORK Health Hints The Household Conversation Club. SPUING HEADACHES. The sudden change from cold, chilly weather to sultry, sodden Spring goss very hard with most people. Jlost people complaiti of gutting up tired iu the morning. Lassitude and a dull lieadachc is a part of their daily experience. The hands and feet are hot, the lips parched and feverish-; there is a bitter tasto in tho mouth in the morning, and life goes ill on gen eral principles. What shall he done? Shall this course of things go on until a long couisu of fover develops? Or will you exercise a little common sense and eo regulate your daily life as to accommodate yourself to changes of nature aud take on health and strength? Less meat, more fruits and salads. Fresh milk, fish and eggs instead of pork and hacoii; farinaceous pudding instead of greasy pies; lemonade and oranges and hauauus and pine apples instead of doughnuts and cooki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 May 1885

Pt 3-? - 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. Mr. E. J. Phelps, the new United Slates Min ister to England, arrived at Southampton on the loth, on the steamer Elbe, which left New York on the Gth inst. Two tugs, having on fcoanl the reception party, started out to meet the Elbe the moment she was signaled. An eulogistic address from the corporation of South ampton was presented to Mr. Phelps. The weather .was fine, and much enthusiasm pre vailed. Mr. Phelps and his wife visited the principal places of interest in tho town. They declined an oflcr of a special train, and pro ceeded to London at 7:25 o'clock in the even ing on the regulav express train. Mr. Lowell was prevented from personally welcoming Mr. Phelps owing to an invitation from Quocn Vic toria to dine with her on that day. On the day after the arrival of the new Minister Mr. Lowell Introduced him to Earl Granville, Secretary of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

;r &'- .f XS? ty J& Xit T& TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS,' ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 42.-WH0LE NO. 198; zilV ittVi MILITARY " MEMOIRS. . Sherman's Army Halted in Front of Atlanta. SCHOELELD AND PALMER The Flanking Movement to Jonesboro. SHARP BATTLE. Hood Blows up His Ammuni tion and Evacuates. BY BREVET MAJ.-GEN. WM. I CARLIN, COLONEL 4TII U. S. INF. COI'YIUGHT, 1SS3J XXIV. And now I will jump at once to KEXESAW MOUNTAIN. This mountain seems to rise up out of a com paratively level country anil to stand alone, without being one in a range. To a casual observer it seems to be an isolated peak. It is only three or four miles north of Marietta, Ga., and the Georgia State Kail road runs along near its base to Marietta. Johnston had taken the mountain as the key of a new position, and held the spurs point ing westward, southwestward and southeast--ward. It was a very strong p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,- D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. " " LIFE IN TIJE TREETOPS A One-Armed Veteran's Curious Dwelling-Place. There are few persons who do not, at some time in their lives, build " castles in the air." It is not often, however, that they assutno defi nite, material form and become an actual reali zation. A. 15. Hay ward, a maimed veteran of the late war, is "ono of the few who havo achieved success in the buildiug of air castles. Ho has one up among the oak leaves and branches where, for more than a year, he has lived and moved, when not at his desk in the Pension Ollicc. This queer habitation is one of the suburban curiosities of Washington. It -is situated at Mount Pleasant, a mile north of the city boundary. Its occupant is known about town as " the man who lives in a tree." Mr. Hay ward served three years in the 2d K. II., rising from the grade of private to that of First Sergeant. His term of enlistment ex pired in the latter part of May, lSGi, when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

NJk, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. , i "HGpNG THERJ OVER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE CRACKER LINE. The Story as Told by a Comrade ituo was In the Finit Boat. To Trie Editor: A few weeks a;co I noticed in your paper au article headed " Opening the Cracker Line," written hy a comrade of the 41bt Ohio, liazen's Brigade. As this comrade says he occupied the second boat in that expe dition down the Tennessee liiver, I will give our experience in the advance boat on the date and night stated by the comrade. At about noon of the same day the 23d Ky., belonging to Gen. liazen's Brigade, was called in ranks by companies. The otlicer of my company (11), Capt. Tilll, informed us that there was to be a detail made from the regiment, consisting of a certain number of men (amounting to 50), and that Co. II was to furnish six of this number; that ho would at once choose his quota, which he did by calling the names of the ones des...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. The National Mine. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 3nvariably in Advance. Six months, 75 ccnte. No subscription for ft less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 2TOXEV sent us, othencise than by registered Idler, postal notes, postal money order, or drajl on Nets York, tti'Jf be at the risk of tlie sender. AGENTS. Wc employ no agents. Tiie National Tkibukk has many volunteer canvassers, and they j are generally honest and failliful ; but persons who j confide their subscriptions to them muslbc their own I judges of their rcspotisibilily. The paper trill be lent i only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES. RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses trill ' y - -l T - if.. no A ewrl 7itf Jn1 Ctl?lCf fJl!" circumstances guaranl tranice tticir publication al cny special dale. Address all communications to THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, "Washington, D. C. ENTERED AT TME mAJHINGTON POST OFFICE AS SECOID CLASS VT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

J" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28 1885. S WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The deck's Doings at the Na tional Capital. SALUTE TO GEN. LOGAN A CHAPTER OF DIF FICULTIES. Tho election of Gen. Logan was tho best news the old soldiers of this city had heard for some time, and they became correspondingly enthu siastic. Nothing less than a grand salute of 100 guns would adequately express their feelings, and this they resolved to have. A Jittlc purse to buy powder was made up, and Capt. Albert P. Cunningham, the Commander of Battery A, "Washington Light Artillery, was hunted np. He is an ardent admirer of Gen-jLogan, and entered into the scheme heart and soul. As lie is a steam engine in energy this meant some thing. But he had just turned in his own guns preparatory to drawing new ones, and so had nothing to make a bang with. It was now 5:30 p. m. The Arsenal was thought of. Gen. Ayrcs Colonel of the 2d Art., had been very kind about loaning guns; doubtless he would still bo ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

'-"iaS -.: fcrf -- . -, a f - W.e'. 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885: ' JzfZ"-'&j THE- GRAND ARMY, o News from the Departments Camp fires, Post Officers, etc. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Commander-in-Chief at JHlwaaltcc, Chicago and lies Jloinw. Toledo. Q., May 23. 1SSS. On Sunday oveniu the Commander-in-Chief nnd Adjutant General left lor Milwaukee, where- thev arriwd at noon on Monday, and were quartered at the Plaukiiigton, the guests of the Milwaukee comrades. During the afternoon Comrades Kountz and Alcorn, Dep't Coiuniauder Davidson and A. A.-U. Cheek, Past Don't Commanders Kodgcrs and Ferguson, and other comrades, were driven about the city and shown the poiuts of interest, iucluding the Soldiers' Homo. In the evening a reception was teudered them ly tnc luem rs of tlicOrder. at Robert Chivas Post Hall. bcrs Coimnaiidcr Kountz was escorted Irom the Plaukington House to the hall by members of Hubert Chivas and E. Ii. Wolcott Posts, a band, p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

- - V?ftt( i3 &' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. u : LGYALWOMP'SWORK Decoration Day Conversation Club. Brain Hackers, Etc. OUR nation's memorial. 111 all our ways let us keep the Nation's Memorial Day. And where more appropriate to bo named than in Loyal Woman's Depart ment, where the mothers and the wives, the bovs and the girls, come together each week to loll their daily thoughts and givo utterance to the hopes and the fears, the aspirations and the doubts that present themselves to the minds of all. Sadly sweet is the service of Memorial Day, and to those who can mark the graves of their ilead and lay their heart-offerings above them it is a comforting though solemn privilege. But let us remember those who know not where their loved ones arc sleeping. Let us remember them with sympathy and love. Let us strew the sweetest flowers in memory of those, unknown may be to men, but remem bered aud blest of God. The following from Mrs. Sherwood's vol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 May 1885

'JS 1?" f-'" t,i.V : -- -1"-: T.-j fas!jr!f' "t, "er'-"' 25S$if- ""fmt',"jfi'.0j5'SJ"'sr-"" -"' " " "- -t- 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. --" T' r ,V s A '4 '4 . e P ? NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. A committee oS tlio Chambers of Commerce has forwarded to the Government a resolution in favor of diverting emigration to British col onies, especially to Australia, where the con sumption of British goods exceeds efcht pounds per head, instead of to America, where the consumption of British goods is only 10 shill ings per head. The French newspaper Le Jiosphorc-Egypticn, the suppression of which by the Khedive's Government caused a rupture of diplomatic relations between France and Egypt, resumed publication last week. The republica tion of the paper, it is announced, is made by permission of France. Mr. Lowell and Mr. Phelps visited Windsor by special train on the 19th. Mr. Lowell presented his letters of recall and i...

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

"iSs- '' V- wy""" - H-Ii "VJ' uw3lp-w. wv vc-iC t-K' v j"irfv -;'w-wfc3-''vS'5s.'--s- 'P'" ?; , . --,rB' T - - U3U TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.' O" ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1885. VOL. I7-N0. 43.-WHOLE NO. 199.' 9- s - I " rUy Wr "W Hk to e 4HV" J'tV' THE PON. The Story of the War EeMd for Our Boys and Girls. AT? ANT AT VIGKSBURG. Weeks of Patient Effort Re warded by Final Success. HUNTING THE BATTERIES. Jackson, Raymond, Champion's Hill, and Baker's Creek. BY "CARLKTON." rOOrYBlGHTED. ALL KIGIITS RESERVED. LXV. To the Hoys and Girls of the Untied States: I turn once more to the "West. Gen. Grant, through January and Febru ary, 1SG3, was digging a canal across the neck of land opposite Vicksburg. It was to be 60 feet wide and 9 deep. It was nearly completed, hut there came a great fall of rain; the river rose, overflowed the banks, washed awaj the narrow bank of earth" at the head of the canal, floo...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE , 1885. thrown iulo some confusion by tbo shells that our battery was dropping among them. At the square they were not over 200 yards, perhaps, from the entire line of Federals lying low and peering out from among the jack-oaks. Before they had fairly formed for the charge the infantry on onr right roee to their feet and delivered a volley with as much deliberation and precision as if on dress parade. It was catching, and our cavalry immediately opened with their car bines. For a few minutes crash after crash followed in quick succession, and the smoke poon hid everything in front from view. When it lifted a little the rebel cavalry was 5een in much confusion going rapidly for thecover of the woods. So much for the first attack. We were much encouraged, ami not half as badly scared as wo had been boforc the llpht opened, when wo were imprescd with the thouplit that 6,000 rebels would swallow us up in short order. Wo very qnictl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1885. FIGHTING THEIJ OYER, Wliai Our Veterans Have lo Say About Their Old Campaigns. round top. A Shot from the 20ih Xainc, Aimed at Comrado Fiher.v To the Editor: 1 have read the arliclo on Round Top by Comrade J. W. Fisher, and it Beenis io me that if my pen does not endeavor to refute the statements that it contains the very rocks of Rouud Top will cry out with in diguation, and that our comrades in the Na tional Cemetery at Gettysburg that fell under the colors of the 20th Me. will riso from their graves and af'irm the truth. The writer is aware that ajiything coming from the pen of ouo who was only a Corporal in that battle will weigh but little when com pared with statements made by thoso whose duty it was to command. Your correspondent will only stale what he knows to be truo in regard to the 20th jlc, and also what ho knows from personal observation in regard to tho action of the two regiments of Pa. Kescrves that ca...

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