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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 June 1885

-I 3- j. - 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASIHNGrTO D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885; NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. The treaty of pcaco between Franco and China -was signed on the 9th inst China an aoatices that she accepts all the consequences f Prance's protectorate over Aunani, and aban dons all political relations with that country. At Thiers, a town in France, on the 10th last, while people were leaving tho Court house after an attendance upon tho trial of a Burdercr, tho overloaded staircase fell with the heavy weight upon it. Twenty-four per sons were killed aud fully 1G3 persons were injured, 14 of these very seriously, aud some f them will likely die. JIany of the injured "Were women, and their wounds are of a serious fiaracter. The accident causes intense excite- jaent at Thiers. The statue of Darwin, tho famous scientist, was unvailed last week by Prof. Huxley in the Museum of Natural His tory, Loudon. Lord Wolsclcy denounces tho evacuation by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

E-3f?eB05Pf!S5 o v&r -"iajswsBpiw; ippiiliiF5s5tf;'5i --- t- t -. r ""--j 25 STi.T . ;fgSHi' cr . TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.". CO ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 46.-WHOLE NO. 202. rim Jtoitttal rfOccyWiriHvylfcSS--- THE GRAND ARMY. . The Good Work Accomplished in the Past Year. GEN. KOTJNTZ'S ADDRESS. An Administration "Which Has Strengthened the Grand Army. TLMELY SUGGESTIONS. A Hard-Working and Efficient Staff. Comrades: In calling to order our 19th an nual Encampment, I greet you as tho repre sentatives of that grand and patriotic army which accomplished more for tho advancement of civilization and tho rights of man than any other army in the history of the world. I also greet you lis the representatives of an organiza tion which is to-day accomplishing more to re lieve the distress and sufleriugs caused hy tho war in which you were engaged, than all tho other associations com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

ireewg- '2A&0:P'"' "" - r " -e v "? ." $ U t -StS " - y.'Sfc-"'? " t --cft'i5r-,95E5?! "JBaJ &Se" THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASEHSGrTOX, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. dents respectively of New Hampshire, Massa chusetts and Maine. PROVISIONAL DEPARTMENTS. In General Orders, No. 1. was also announced tlio nlan of Provisional Presidents, bv the ap pointment of Sirs. Kuto C Wright, in r Itnno sota; Mrs. Lizzie D'A.Kmne, in California, and Mrs. Helen Hinsdale Rich, in Missouri. In General Order, No. 2, under date of Oct. 3. np pointmontofMrs. Alma S. Bennett as Provis ional President of Dakota was announced, and later that of Mrs. Ida L. Babcock, Provisional President for Oregon, and Mrs. Jennie B. At--wood, Provisional President of New Jersey. Mrs. Rich having informed the National Presi dent that she would be out of the Stale much Df tho time, she was relieved as Provisional President of Missouri, and the organization of the State assigned to Mrs. Lizzie Anderson, Na tional Junio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

; - ., tt--ji. ,, rtn. S-. .$4p$-iM .&I.&-.J " "p-r- 'tr'' . --r r ," Vt Zf,?" V1 Jf--.i-wW. j? f$Sr5e: --jafc1" MtV-; "J! "fS"pb f r:)W" " jntF -W p f. -Cirg -5Ccr---V "V"" T-ffH- ' 3yU8iJlT JAITF MHT- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. . s FIGHTING THEHJ OYER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. FORT DONELSON AGAIN. Comrade leninon Returns to the Charge. To the Editor: I am glad that Comrade Caniiou, 83d 111., and myself have stirred an other couirado to givo us his recollections of the Feb, 3, 1SG3, fight at Fort Donelson; and while I am glad, 1 am also astonished at the wild shooting of Cumrado Jjausom, 83d 111., in The National Trikune of May 2S, and will say to the comrade, if his shots in that memo rable 3d of February battle, in which his regi ment received its first lesson in fighting John nies, were as wide of the mark as are those aimed at myself in the letter referred to, his work m that bloody fray was of littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

v "" ', -i'- .-- .4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINQTN, P. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885." -----4!Q,r-i-,p. nrt'S"" " The National Trbune. (Established 18.7.) PUBLISHED -WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xcar, 2nvarlally in Advance. Six nioulns, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SrECIAL. Ai'NOOCEMENT. HOKEF sent ns, otherwise than by registered letter, postal -notes, postal money order, or draft oil Actr York,-tcUl be at the risk of tfic sender. AGENTS. We employ no agents. Tjte Natkwat. Tcincxn has many volunteer canvassers, and tlicg arc generally honest and faithful; but persons vho confide their subscriptions to them must be their oicn judges of their rcsjionsHtUity. Tltcpaper trill be sent only on receipt of the subscription price ADDRESSES, RENEWALS. Etc. Addresses mil be cliangcd as often as desired, but eacli subscriber sliould in every case give ihcold as tccil as new address. In rencicing. subscribers sliould be careful tosend us the labclvMliie last paper received, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

J&' " -c-- ."' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. $ WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Week's Doings at the Na tional Capital "MARRIAGE OF OKI?. B. B. BUCKNER. One is sometimes tempted tothiuk that serv ice in the rebel army conduces to longevity. The prominent men in the Union army are toiainly in tbeir graves or rapidly traveling lhero,vnile those who were prominent on the Southern sido of the struggle ecu in to never molt a feather with tho passing of the years. Isow, there is Gen. S. B. Buckuer, who 23 years ago handed over Fort Douelton and 15,000 pris oners to Gen, Grant, after three days' sharp lighting, which Graut intimated that ho pro posed to continue aud make still sharper. Tho captor, much the junior of his captive, is now sinking into the grave under the steady march of the deadly cancer, whilo the captive was last week married to a blooming belie in .Rich mond, with all the gorgeous accompaniment of a fashionable wedding. It has been 41 years si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

-" " "Vt-- - " THE NATIONAL TRISUffE: WASHCT&TCty D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885, TrJE REPORTS, Work of the G.A.R. and W.R.C. During the Year. ADJ'T-GENERAL'S REPORT. ITDQCARTERS, GRAM) AKMY OF TOE REPUBLIC,"! Toledo, O., June 15, lb85. J Jonx S. KorxTZ, Commander-in-Chief, Grand Army of the Republic. Comrade: In compliance with Rules ami Regu lations, 1 respectfully submit tbe following report of the present .strength of the Order, its gains und losses for the year, and summary of the business transacted in the Adjutant-General's Olllec. Tho strength of the Grand Army of the Republic in gtfod standing, sis shown by ollieial reports of the quarter ending March 31, 1SS4, was 36 Depart ment. -1,257 Posts and 233.S21 members. On March 31. 1SS3, 3S Departments reported 5,026 Po-ts and 2C0.CS1 memlcrs in good standing, a net gain for tbe year of two Departments, 7C'J Posts and 35,b60 members. 2CEW DEPARTMENTS. During your administration two additional De partments have been created, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

?T -., vWU-te V- e ir j-i-z-t.!ijg-, T5w-v-r'' &55f .-st-y.vi;vi4.Tp-'" -'t-rsr-x' !""-iV ..? ?S-?" ni"1 -giy'"'W;-', st Vjs jAw -;- -w 2 -$. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK - t' - Tlic Houseliold Conversation Club. Puzzles, elc. CLUB COOKEUY. Lollie F. Aa, Ontario, O., writes as follows: 1 am glad to know that there is gome prospect thai the interest in the Cooking Department will be increased, for 1 think cooking of very tnueli mi poitnncc to ns girls. 1 will scud a reeipe which 1 know to be good. ,, Cream Cake. Three ess, one and one-half cup fuls Hour, one cuplul sugar, two icaspooniuls bak ing powder and two tnblopoonluls vwuer. Bake In jelly pans, making three cakes. Between the lavcrs put lmi ed cream made of one pint milk, otio egg. one tablopoonful cornstarch and two tnble epoonfuls s-ugar. Adrian, Mich., writes: l'agree witli lilinn Shumway about cooking, and think it would he nice to have tho?e who want to form a Cooki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 June 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, -D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. 8 NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. Shocks of carthquako have reoccurred in Cashmere, India, with increased violence. It fe reported that 2,231 persons have perished in She district of Mnzufiunibad. Steps are be ing taken to orjranize volunteer torpedo corps at every seaport in Great Britain Tor coast de fense A sunken dredge has eutirely blocked avigatiou in the Suez Canal, aud it will take some time to remove it. Not less than n hun dred steamers arc at anchor oil the entrance to the canal awaitiuga passage. The loss entailed upon shipping by the accidental sinking of the dredge is said to be enormous. Hon. James Ensscll Lowell, ex-Minister to England, reached Boston on the steamship Scythia on Saturday lst The native African Prince Allagogha, f the Brass River territory, Upper Guinea, Africa, while trading at a native village, was hot at and wounded in the shoulder by a na tive, who e...

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

.-" -S-tJ'sW- arf v- "stf-ySf ss s i.-gr ?B3&s -y Vijr Ji; u ?V' -"H- J - . r IT - ? aim . TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. CL, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 47.-WH0LE NO. 203jr ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. - . , .fefS '4-. Wattxmai - i r h 02c etW VETERAN YOLMffljS, The National Encampment "Aay Down East." STIRRING WEEK. Over 60,000 Visitors to tlie Beautiful City of Portland. A GRAJSD GATHERING. Gen. S. S. Burdett Elected Commander-in-Chief. MONDAY. Arrival in Portland The City reparations for the National Encampment Camp U. S. Grant Gathering of the Comrades Personalities. TORTLAND. Do you know just where Portland is? Ycry doubtful. This country is getting so large, and tho places of importance in it are becoming so numerous, that one has to make something of a specialty of its geography to have anything of a mental map of its far-reaching territory and thronging cities. The great State of Maine thrusts her stern ...

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

- T" &' tffai' ijaM--ljV ,fr5r A5KJ-A 2, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. " 15Vr-''"t"?ii " panies, while many of the hands were attired as the lilies of the field. The enthusiasm for Logan was simplr hound less. Sometimes there would ho a little hiatus where tho Down East men were not familiar with the face of the great Volunteer Chieftain. Then would come marching along somo man who had served under " Black Jack," and ho would start a cheer that would roll along for minutes. Everyhody wanted to see Logan, and after tho Posts were dismissed tho comrades came streaming back, aud crowded around tho reviewing stand hy thousands to study tho hero of the citizen soldiery of tho G rait Honub lic They thronged the space to such an extent that Dahlgron Tost had to bo called hack to open up a line of march, which it did with tact aud skill. Dahlgren Post is a wonderful organization. TUESDAY EVENING. Itcroptlon to the Commander-in-Chief Address of Welcome ...

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

- - s" 4; j fs tX-- V - "V- ' (- 'jg-1' VV-'vyr .r- - f-v -V!,1 " s4- .r & " ?. -tSgW -t " T.a THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. J., &. -- Cbnftnuec. .from 2d page. and, qnito remarkable to say, thero were pres ent 57 men and three out of the live commis sioned officers. The battery voted to hold its annual Reunions hereafter in connection with the 13th, 14th, 23d, 25th and 30th Me. Oiliccrs : Prcs., A. S. Twitchcll, Gorham, X. H.; V.-P-, Aucnstus Bradbury, Fairfield: Sec., Albert Towle, Bangor; Treas., O. R. LcGrow, Port land. Executive Committee A. B. Jrerrill, Bangor; Augustus M. Carter, Bethel; Warren O. Carney, Portland; A.P.Bradbury, Fairfield; James S. Lowell, Boston ; L. Bundy, Newark, N. J. - 1ST MAINE CAV. The old 1st 31c. Gtv., perhaps the most nota ble regiment in that branch of the service, held a Reunion at the rooms of the Portland Frater nity and made choice of the following oiliccrs: Pres., Zcnas Vaughn; V.-P., John R. Andrews;...

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

---&W?SK ,-. A KS-ve"-V " '-wagsT V-y THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. The National Tribune. Established 18'7.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Iirrarlably in Adanco. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL AXNOUXCE3IENT. HONEY sent us, otherwise than by registered Idler, yostal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xetc Yoik, urill be at Uic risk of the sender. A GENTS. We employ no agents. TnE National TniiiCNK 7iis many volunteer canrasscrs, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons trio confide their subscriptions to them must be their oicn judges of their rcsjtonsibilily. The paper trill be sent only on rcccil of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses will be changed as often as desired, but cacli subscriber should in every casegive the old as well as ncc address. In rcn curing, subscribers slwiUd be careful to sen d us Ih e label on the last paper received, and sjic...

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

--r LiS?--" 5r3VVv?5r5r:::;vrT -f s "S&: ---j-. . "rg: gP,-SS':':r "SL r?r--ar5-w' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHmfrTgN, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. . WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Week's Doings at the Na- ' ' lional Capital. DEATH OF CAPT. PHELPS. Intelligence was received at the Stato De partment last week that Capt. S. L. Phelps, United States Minister to Peru, was dead. He was born in Chardon, Ohio, in ISM, at which place he resided until his appointment to the .Naval Academy at Anuapolis in 1S11; soon after which ho vihited the coast of Africa on a training cruiser, where he distinguished him self, in a caso of mutiny, for bravery. During the Mcxicar war he was attached to the Uonita, and toolr part in several engagements. In 1S50 he went with Lieut. Gallis to establish au ob servatory at Santiago, Chili. In 1852 he re turned to this city, where he soon after married lUss Lizzie Maynadier, daughter of Gen. May nadicr, of the Ordnance Coips. At the out break of the war he was sent t...

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

--.-vXSf. - -f ? JiiT ' " "'"JS'" ' -3.?Wji4s!-gfw '" t T$0 foK't4yV"V:p',8,VS:,5,"r'?? S," ," '1'4i " J --s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. -.--w -3"V5-':w " -; ENCAMPMENT NOTES. Continued from 3d page Hon. Nathan Cleaves delivered the address of welcome. Maj. W. W. Van Antwerp, formerly of tho 4th Mich. Cav., now one of tho proprietors of tho Jackson (Mich.) Daily Patriot, was a dele gate from Michigan. Ho will he remembered as one of the captors of Jeff Davis. A Maltcso cross of silver, an army badge made out of one of several silver spoons taken from the rebels who were surprised while mak ing coffee at Mansena Plains, La., was pre sented during tho Encampment to Capt. II. N. Fairbanks, of Bangor, by Edwin IL Norton, of Standish. Both men belonged to tho 13th Me., and had not met before shire tho war. Capt. Jack Crawford, a delegate from w Mexico, has been a prominent figure of tho Encampment He was one of Custer's scouts, and is noted for tbc fa...

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

- 'Sf-SSp THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. FIGHTING THEBJ OVER What Our Yeterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns, THE TECHE CAMPAIGN. The Experience of a Iloosler Infantryman in the Louisiana Swamps. To the Editor : I am glttd that my com rade of tbo 96th Ohio corrected Comrades Mason and Fry as to tho Tccho campaign ; and for tho purposo of differing with Comrade Bart lett, I hereby agree, with him in most of his statements. He is correct as to the Vicksburg campaign, tho removal to New Orleans, tho Now Eiver expedition, tho grand review of tho Thirteenth Corps, and tho expedition up tbo Bayou Tcche to Opclousas; but there I begin to differ with him. Wo went a little farther up, to Barr's Landing. Now, comrade, don't you remember how wo borrowed several hundred bushels of corn there, helped tho farmers dig their sweet potatoes, assisted the neighbors in taking honey from tho bee stands, and made ourselves useful as well as ornamental while wo l...

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

fr -v i tc J2r f-"l y t "-. l5S"t- ".; "S5HM--Kytt3;.5 -i'w,1-asasSf -' - -. -;rss"C iTS-k-'TSCV "-,''5 i-M 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. Six new Cardinals will bo created by tho Pope at the Consistory to bo held July 13 next. The Ameer of Afghanistan in a proclama tion to bis subjects claims that they are de scendants of the lost tribes of Israel. Tho Emperor William of Germany is in a precarious state of health. An American, who recently passed through Batoum, a town in Asiatic Uus Bia, on the Black Sea coast, says there are many gun factories in full operation there, and that they arc being worked secretly and under such disguising names as hospitals and asylums. The ravages of disease among the French troops at Tonquiu are simply appaling. Thrco thou sand invalided soldiers have been sent home. Three hundred soldicrsdown with discaseawait transportation. Tho deaths among the troo...

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

gsrVTj'ij'Wi - t " ?af3? A- f SrTr ttmit& TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THEfcATfLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., TflUBSDAY, JULY 9, 1885. VOL. IY-NO. 48.-WHOLE NO. 204 ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. .rfH,V , MILITARY MEMOIRS. Binning the March Through the Carolinas. CKADLE OF REBELLION. Feeling of the Soldiers Against South Carolina.- BURNING COLUMBIA. It "Was Undoubtedly Done by Rebel Cavalry. BY BREVET MAJ.-GEN. WM. P. CARLIN, COLONEL 4TH XT. S- INF. oorYmGirr,lSS5j XXVIL " There -were numerous delicate but reliable indications that the downfall of Jefferson Davis and his confederates was drawing nigh when Shennan's army became master of Savannah. " Rats desert a sinking ship" is a paying that has many applications in poli tics and civil wars. Some Confederate offi cers of high rank left their families in Savan nah to the mercies of Sherman and his men, who had been denounced by the Secession leaders and press as unmerciful to all South ern people, regardl...

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

. " f,4a.-vr. w-wg-a. ;. "v'S. -' j.-t ?" J- i" S "fe - i u-V t! i; j- : 4 i' THE NATIONAL TftlBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY -9, 1885. 2. .T) O" 31 THE GOLD-BUG, The -Cipher-Index to the Pirate's Treasure. , Br EDGAR APOE. Printed by permission of A. C. Armstrong: & Co., ICew York. "TOiatho! what ho! this fellow is dancing mad! Ha hath been bitten by the Tarantula. All in the Wrong. 3Ianv years ago I contracted an intimacy with a Mr. William Lcgraud. Ho was of an ancient Huguenot family, and had once been wealthy, but a series of misfortunes had re duced him to want. To avoid the mortifica tion consequent upon his disasters, he left New Orleans, the city of his forefathers, and took tip his lcsidence at Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, S. C. This Island is a -very singular one. It consists of little less than tho sea sand, and is about three miles long. Its breadth at no point ex-ceeds-a quarter of a mile. It is separated from tho mainland by a scarcely perceptiblo ...

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

V -sA s"5ieai ' jSg',fc31?t u2 s-r''-- sp-v- -r!r' - -- -I. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: -WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1885. f FIGHTING THEM OYER What Our Yetcrans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. ATLANTA. A Comrade's Personal Experience In the Battle of July 2:2. To the Editor: S. L. Coultcr'6 letter on the battle of the 22d of July, at Atlanta, and especially the vacant place In the line, brings to mind the part tho (ilh Mo. played in that day's work. 1 will describe it according to my recollections. In moving forward in the morn ing to occupy the evacuated rebel breastworks the Gth Mo. had the right of the brigade. When in position the right of the Gth Mo. rested on the railroad, tho brigade being to the left of the road. Every one seemed to think that the rebs were evacuating. Some enterprising fellow fixed a tree so it was easy to climb ; he reported the rebs were moving out. Gen. Morgan L. Smith climbed the tree aud watched the column of dust as it rose in the air and s...

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