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

The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear, 2nvarlnlly in Adnuce. 6!x xnontJts, 7.1 cents. No subscription for n le- period received. SPECIAL ANKOU CKjriiXT. 210XEV sent iff, otherwise than hy registered Idler, poftal votes, postal money order, or draft on Xctc l'ork, trill be at the risk of the tender. AQEXTS. lie employ no agents. Tun Nation ai. TnnrrSK has many volunteer canvassers, and thiy are generally honest and faithful ; but persona who confide their subscriptions to thrm viuxt be their own judgesof their responsibility. Ttic paper trill ba sent only on rcccytf Gallic subscription price. ADDRESSES, HEXEWALS. Etc Addresses frill be changed as often cs desired, but each subscriber sltotildin crcry ease give the tdd as well as new address. Inrcneicing,fuhscTibcrssIioiddbccarefultoscndusUtc label on the lasl txipcr received, and specify any ccr rcclions or cliangcs flicy desire made in name or ad dress. COSnESPOXDEXCE. Correspondence iV toll...

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

WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The deck's Doings at the Na tional Capital DECORATION PAY. Taking into consideration the extremely un pleasant weather ou the :J0lh tlic Decoration Day ceremonies were carried out in a most creditable manner, and thclloral offerings were "both uuinerous and beautiful. .At an early hour in tho day the ladies to whom had been in trusted the arrangement and reception of tho flowers were at Masonic Temple, and sooit enough blossoms to fill five larjic wauons were collected. One of the most beautiful tributes came from MKs Cleveland, but perhaps the largest proportion of the flowers were from the children of the public schools. At 10 o'clock the various Posts of the Depart ment of the Potomac formed and, headed by the Marine Jiand. marched up Pennsylvania avenue to tho Aqueduct Bridge, where vehicles were in waiting to convey the veterans to Arlington. After the graves had been decorated tho pro cession was re-formed, and the march taken up to tho sioakcrs' stand, whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TEtlBUNE: WASHHfcJWN, D. G., THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1885. i- THE GRAND ARMY. News from the DepartmcntsCamp Fires, Etc., HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Memorial Day The Commander-in-Chief at llrcol: Ij ii, X. Y. Torino. O., Iay 30, ISSo. Memorial Day was observed with appropriate solemnities to-day by Forsyth Post and Corps. In the morning the Post marched in a body to Forest Cemetery, laden with ilowors, followed by wounded soldiers in carriages, and a coai luittec from Forsyth Belief Corps in carriages, carrying special memorial designs, sent, by friends, and a fine floral piece to bo placed on each soldier grave. Appropriate memorial ex ercises wcro observed when the decoration cer emonies were enacted. In tho afternoon the beautiful Woodlawn Cemetery was visited, where the soldiers' plat is in the form of a star, with a flagstafT in the center. Here an nrrh had been erccled "To the Unknown Dead," and after Forsyth Post had decorated tho soldiers' graves, tho ladies of the Corps, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK e TIic Household Fasliions Conver sation Club. Etc. Lilian Siiuimvny, Appleton, Slinn., proposes jtiet what the Editor h:is frequently asked should be done, and that is more interest in the Cooking Department of Loyal Woman's Work. Lilian says to the girls: "Vc will all find pleasure in trying: new recipes, and it will be jjrent pleasure to yonr mother when shet-ces her daughters trymjr ti crow lo be ii-cftit women. "We do not want n-eipes. lor t.iihuhi and buch thiuxitolx-xiii with, but forall kinds of bread, biscuit, pudding, cookies, cake, pie, etc. After wo em cook them nicely, then on with your fciihidsiind fancy cooking. To be a good cook I consider a great honor. These are sruMble words, and we think our girls will appreciate the recommendations. Now, to begin with, we give a recipe for mtitlins wo know to be good, as they are on the table daily. Katie Middoon's .Vfl7ns. Onctcncupful milk, two egg,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 June 1885

8 NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ATI ROAD. Lieut John Looniis Schoclc, of the "United States Xavy, who had been temporarily resid ing in Loudon, England, committed suicide by shooting, in that city on the 2oth ult. The coroner's jury adjudged him insane. Peace between France and China is now secured, a treaty agreed upon, and all that now remains is the signatures of the representatives of tho two Nations. The Czar promised Gen. Komarotr a grant of 3,000 rubles yearly for 10 years. Gen. Komaroffrequnstcd tliat the total amount be given to him in a lump sum. in stead of which the Czar sent him 100,000 ru bles. it is rumored that dynamiters have been discovered in numbers at Lausanne and Geneva who pos-ess a new dynamite machine. There are signs of trouble between Ger many and England respecting Zanzibar, where a German trading post has been seized by tho Sultan. Telegrams from Santiago dc Cuba report that the filibustering expedition which rcceutlv landed in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

tJZ ''!? "'.y"- -. - -'- 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 11, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 41.-WH0LE NO. 200: Hatimtal MILITARY MEMOIRS. Effect of the Fall of Atlanta on the Rebel Hopes. JEFE DAYIS'S SCHEME. Sending Hood Back Through Tennessee and Kentucky. A WOMAN'S PLEA. Anxiety to Keep Meat in the House. BY BREVET HAJ.-GHN. W3L V. CAHLIN, COLONEL 4T1I V. S. INF. corvi::cHT, 1SS5. XXY. That the fall of Atlanta and its occupation by Sherman's army profoundly agitated the leaders of the Confederacy was shown by the fact that Jefferson Davis hastened at once to Hood's headquarters to discuss and prescribe another desperate remedy for the catastrophe that had befallen it The plan was similar to that pursued by Bragg in 18G2, which forced Buell to return to Ken tucky from Tennessee. But the plan of Sir. Davis was more far reaching in theory than in practice. Hood was to make a rapid dash at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

--;- wj- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1835. -: 'KfW h volunteers 30th, 37th and 471k Ohio and 4th W. Va. The hands of the watches, which have all ucen regulated, sweep ou to 10 o'clock. Not a Confederate Is to be aecu belimU the m trenchmeuts?. The soldiers of the Couled eracy are silent, motionless, biding tueir time. The voluntceis, liwiu'ti, Giles Smith's and lvirby fcjmith'a lingudes aie sheltered in the ravine Gut) leet distant from thointrenebments. Twenty-lour Union can non are planted to pour a concentrated lire upon the fort which is to be assaulted. Up from their shelter spring the 15U volunteers, rushing up the narrow road with poles and hoards. Jihviag'a men are behind them. Suddenly the lort v& ablaze. Gen. llebert's Confederates are upon their feet delivering a ternlic volley upon the volumes, wiio fall headlong to the earth. Ewmg?s men press on. They reach the ditch, cross it, climb the parapet, plant tiieir Hag upon the upheaved emo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

-j jira.sti THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1885." FIGHTING THEM OYER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. CHANCELLORSVILLE. TTho TTas Responsible for the Defeat of the Elev enth Corns! Why Was Gen. Hooker's Order Sup pressed 1 To the Editor: In these days -when many reminiscences of the lato war arc being pub lished, and when officers of all rank and even the "high privates" arc coining to tho front again, each bringing his scrap of history never before written to assist in the great work of getting at the bottom facts as to the parts taken by different commands in the great struggle, and to compare notes and ascertain as correctly as may be possible where blame should rest for the many disastrous failures of those terrible years of war,l deem it my duty, with all due respect for my superior officers, to tell my storv in regaid to certain matters per taining to Gen. 0.0. Howard, commanding the Eleventh Corps, Army of the Potomac, at C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHLTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, ISSo. The National Tribune. ' "(ESTABLISHED 187.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snvariably in Advance. Six months, cents. No subscription for a loss period receive!. SPECIAL ANXOrXCKHEXT. MONEY sent ns, otherwise than byrcgistcred Idler, postal note, postal money order, or draft on New York, trill I at the risk of the sender. AGENTS. ll'c employ no agents. Tun National Teibusk has many volunteer canrasscrs, and they are generally honest and faithful; bui persons who confide their subscriptions to them must be their own 'judges of their rtsponsibllity. Thcpaper will be sent only oh receipt vf (he f-ubscriplion jirice. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses will be changed a often as dcs.rcd. but each subscriber thouldin crcrycascgivcthcoldas ircll asnevaddrcss. In rennchig, sutecribcrssltould becnreful Intend us the labelonthcla-tjaperrecched,and sjHcify any cor rections or changes they desire made in name or ad dress. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1835: nfe-"- WASHINGTON GOSSIP, . The Week's Doings at the Na tional Capital. A rNTQUE TENSION APPLICATION. Ecu B. D.ivis wants a pension, and, liko most . pension applicants, wants it bad. He has filed his application, which sets tj:lh, in his own free, uutratmncied way, the facts which sustain liis application. Wo give them, spcllingand all : In June l??. 1 was ordered, in the line of duty to break in a mticl to work at the sauMcl in the was jren and bawl wood for the army at Kowliiurrctiii, Ivy., and on tiudcrtikiit the order given !)' Hie wncpen master, I culled on Ucn Drepsihi and Sed SVorth to cs?ist me, hicb they did in briddlinjr the mewl and put me ou the mewl, and innttcinptiii to controlled inticl, while on the mewl, the mewl got. loose from m.hI Scaprwi and Ward and Despotic and run like hell oil" lonl the t-tabil and !can uiiabil to manage the mewl and to save my life and liin, the mewl rapidly approaehin the oj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

t- -3T---a-7f,a; xV ' I-i"r-'or3 k- ' - l '"," nj ."& &3 V --" jF-W"5Jr J 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY,' JUNE 11, 1885. ,5tT.- THE GRAND ' ARMY,- Memorial Day in the. Departments ' General G.A.R. News. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Coruniamlor-iii-Chief at IhUaIeliiliIa ami Wheeling. Toledo. O., June 5, 1S35. Commamlcr-in-CIucf Kountz is home from his East urn trip, and on Monday goes 10 Cov ington, Ivy., to be present in the evening at a Gratid Army Conclave, at which the past and present Department otlicers will be present. Monday inorniiipr, Jnuo 1, the Commander-in-Chief let Vow York for Philadelphia, where he was met upon his arrival hy Q M.-Gcti. Juo. Taylor, with whom ho visited Headquarters, Department ol Pennsylvania. In the afternoon he met Past Commanders-in-Chief Heath and Wagner aud other comrades, and in the evening was the guest of Comrade Heath at his pleasant home, Preston street. At 10 p. m. lie left for Pittsburg over the Pennsylvania R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK Home Hints Conversation Club. Curious Corner, Etc HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY. A correspondent tells us of a rug she has fin ished, which is pretty and easily made, after the following instructions. This will he welcome to onr busy mothers, as no one ever has enough of these really useful articles: Take two different colors of old heavy cloth, light and dark; cut IS light and 23 dark pieces, octagon shaped. Thou cut 28 dark and 18 light small pieces with sis scallops, and button hole stitch them, the light ou the dark and rice versa. Then begin with one strip through of dark and alternated with the light. Put them on canvas with cross-stitch. This makes a nio-dium-sixed rug, though the number of blocks may bo increased, according to the size and shape desired. In the cookery lino wo have received this recipe for Spanish buns, given by a Michigan Tvouiau, successfully tried and pronounced good. Thoyaro nico tea ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 June 1885

"--) 1;12pVV5,'-V !5?';iV - 5rf- U'4. y-ttjp fjr.5-K THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 18S5. 8 S-"(f TfjE WEEK'S DOINGS, A Cashier Who Stood hj the Depositors. Last week the bank at Mitchell, Dak., closed its doors, aud its olhYers ordered a branch of the lunu concern at White Lake to do likewise. Huysson, the cashier of the latter bank, refused to do this, claiming that the Mitchell Bank owed the White Lake branch $11.(109. lie far ther said that the money belonging to his White Lake depositors would not and should not be swallowed up in the Mitchell Bank fail ure. On Saturday last Judge Wulfing, attor ney for the assignee, went to White Lake to take possession, and was informed that he could not enter the bank. He posted a notice that the bank was closed, but Cashier Iluysson aud Assistant Cashier Uyan wcro present with their depositors and tore oil the notice and proceed ed to open the bank. They posted guards at the entrances and begau paying oft' their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

'io7 BtUt Q "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1ST7 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. VOL. IT-NO. 45 -WHOLE NO. 201.' MILITARY MEMOIRS. a. .... Sherman's Svreep from Atlanta to Savannah. AN ARMED PICNIC. Feeling of Hxhilaration Among Officers and Privates. A MOCK LEGISLATURE. The Capture of Fort McAllister on tlie Coast. BY BREVET JTAJ.-GEN. W2T. P. CAELIN, COLONEL 4TH U. S. INF. COl'YUIGHT, 1SS5. XXYI. The Army of Georgia "was the left wing of Sherman's Grand Army; the Army of the Tennessee was its right wing. The latter, Tinder command of Maj.-Gru. 0. O. Howard, struck southeasterly towards McDonough, Joueshoro and Macon, in order to reach the Georgia Central Railroad and other roads tinssinn- ilirnni'h Afnpinn. From Sffinfi IWnnn- x o o I tain and Dccatar the white wagon-covers of j Howard's trains and tlie glistening muskets of Lis troops could he seen shimmering in the sun off to the south towards McDono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TBJPUNE: WASHJNGjKTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. morning to see a new earthwork, with can non peeping through the emhrasures, not 300 feet distant. As soon as it was dark each array threw out its pickets, the soldiers lying upon the ground so near to each other that they could carry on conversation. "We wont fire if you wont' 3houted a Confederate. "Agreed." Provisions were getting scarce in Yicks burg. "How do you like mule steak?" was the banter of the Union soldier. They talked of the war; of Abraham Lin coln, Jeff Davis, the Emancipation Procla jnation; exchanged newspapers, traded coffee and tobacco. Officers met old acquaintances and shook hand3 in the darkness, but when morning dawned ihe Union pickets returned to the trenches, the Confederates to the forts. SINKING OF TIIE CINCINNATI. The gunboats and mortar rafts opened lire at 10 o'clock, Wednesday, May 27. While tbo gunboats below the city sent their shells ap stream, the Cincinnati, which was above the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

THE NATIONAL" TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. FIGHTING THERJ OYER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. UP RED RIVER. A Graphic Xcrrativc by an Illinois Cavalry Ser jeant. To the Editok: I will not attempt to ex press au old campaigner's interest in the cur rent stream of valuable historical literature being published in the columns of The Na tional Tkikune. We are taken back to the davs when wo rode the " Old Virginia Low lands" through and through with the knightly Stonenian, Pleasonlon, the cool and intrepid Buford, Averell, Kilpatriclr, Gregg and others, all as brave, true and loyal soldiers as ever wore belts and .spurs. The lot of the writer was cast with the grand old Army of the Po tomac until after the hosts of Lee were rolled back from the mountains of Pennsylvania to the south of the Ifanpahannock. The next year we were assigned to duty in the South west, and in that department our services have been sketched by your interesting co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885." The National Tribune. (Established 18i'7.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xcar, 2nvarlably in Advance. Six mouths, 75 crnls. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCE3IENT. HONEY sent us, othencisc Urn by registered Idler, postal noics, postal money order, or drcjl on Kcw York, icill be at Uic risk of Uic sender. AGEXIS.We employ no agents. The Xatioxai. Tumui'i; has many volunteer canvassers, end they are generally honest and faithful ; but persons tcho confide their subscriptions to than must be their own judges of their responsibility. TJtc paper will be sent only on receipt of the subscription price ADDRESSES, EEXEIVALS, Etc Addresses will be clianged as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every case give th e old as veil as new address. Jnrcncu-ing,subcribcrsshouldbecarefttltoscndusthe label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or cliangcs ihey desire made in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

""- ,4 r i., t-V -ft - vr--"Tr C .". . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHETfiTJON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885.1 THE piY PESTS, f Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot, and Never brought lo Mind?" SY LT.-COL. V. F. HINMAX, 65TII OHIO. Among the memories of the -war there are none more vivid tbau those of the numerous little pests that, of one kind or another, day and night, year in and year oat, foraged upon the body of the soldier. In every new locality there seemed to be a fresh assortment of eager insects, to cause bodily discomfort and drive away sleep. One particular kind was with the soldier continually his close and intimate companion in camp and hospital, on the march and the battlefield. Bullets and screaming shell were not pleasant, but as a rule they only came to us now and then ; while the bugs and worms and insects, in every form that Hies or creeps, were with us always. Alany of them, though annoj-ing, were harmless, while othera seemed to have been created for the especial pur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

- ME NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885; THE GRAND ARMY, Memorial Day Observances News : from the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Commander-in-Chief in Kentucky A Hearty Welcome. Toledo, O., June 11. 1SS5. The Commander-in-Chief has made his last official visit, tin's time to Kentucky. During his administration he has traveled over 30,000 miles and visited 34 Departments all, save three. Ho is now taking a little rest, so far as travel is concerned, but is busy summing up the results for the year. In a talk with Adj't-Gcn. Alcorn, we learn with deep regret that the groat loss by suspen sions the past year in some of the Departments will offset legitimate gains. Something should be done whereby a better system of collecting dues is developed. Jinny a comrade drops out of the Order from sheer neglect, whereas if reminded of his shortcomings he would pay up. This matter should bo considered in the Na tional Convention. COMKADC K3UNTZ IK KENTUCKY. Odd F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

v- THE ffATIOXAL THIBtTCE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. &-&' LOYALWOMP'SWORK Tiie HoaseholdConversalion Cluk Puzzles, etc. ConTcrsatlon Club. Sulci of fc'te C?u5. L Write briefly. 2. Write on ono sitlo of Uio paper. 3. Write io the point, if Write on one subject. 5. Write your best. 6. Send answers to all puzzles for use of Editor. Lich week the names of those writinjr the best letters style, composition, spelling, penmanship and gen eral merit considered will be named at the bead of this column on the Honor Roll. First honor will include all of these requirements. Second honor will include a deSciency in some one point, ho others will be named. HONOR ROLL BEST LETTERS. First IIonorE. E. Watte, Mulberry Grove, HI.; Kate Darlins, Mapleton, I1L; Lydia E. Day, Fran conia, Minn. Second Honor Grace M. Davis. Clinton, Mich.; Lulie W. Smith, New Britain, Conn.; Etta. Lee, Alena, 111. what for the "widows? DEAuTniBUXn: I have read with much interest, from time to time...

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