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

r"r-Vr -s 5--v ,-g- t-' rr" ? - iJ&$Rsrii-C 53- JLST "-" ' -. ,'f ' The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) J0 . PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snyarlaoly in Advance. Six months, 75 cents. No sulscrJitlon for a less period received. SrECIAIi ANNOUNCEMENT. HONEY seixtvs, othcrtvise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Ncto York, irill be at Uie risk of the sender, AGENTS. Wc employ no agents. THE Nattosai. Tkibusi: has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to than must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper will 6c sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses will be diangcd as often as desired, but cadi subscriber should in every case give thcoldasiccll as ncc address. In renewing, subscribers should be careful to send its the label on th: last paper received, and specify any cor rections or changes Uicy...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 July 1885

v - -" "-- U Jr .. "Off r -i-Mjjr-is;-, "" '' - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGj-fp D. C, THURSDAY, JUlY 9, 1885. V - ; -jar- vsr3 ' 5 "WASHINGTON GOSSIP, 'The Week's Doings at the Na tional Capital.- Tire NEW INDIAN INSPECTOR. Gen. Frank C. Armstrong, who wis recently appointed to the office of Indian Inspector, is "best known as the man who led the rebel dash on IIoIIy Sprincs,Dcc. 20, 1SS2, by which some 1,500 prisoners and nearly $2,000,000 worth of .valuable stores were captured and Grant's over land advance on Vicksburg turned back by this destruction of his depot of supplies. Aruistroug was an officer in the old 2d Dragoons, in which he was promoted to Captain June 6, 1SG1, and did not resign to join the rebels until Aug. 13, 1861. IIo was then given command of a picked bri gade of Mississippi aud Tennessee cavalry, with which ho made the descent on llolly Springs, meeting no resistance from the cowardly and in competent Col. Murphy, who was in command. Of coarse, heing a South...

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

V. V -" ". rr if" -. - -; '?Jfe:?'S'i """ ?--sj3r --C' is' - Sis '- 4j e THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE WASHINGTON, 0. 0., THURSDAY, JUL? 9, 1885. RELIEF CORPS NEWS. Gleanings from National Headquarters-Notes from the Departments. PORTLAND CONVENTION. Legislation and Incidents. The second day of the third annual conven tion was devoted to business routine, the sea excursion, and a reception tendered by Gov. Eobie and staff, with their ladies, at the parlors of the Falmouth Hotel. In order to accom plish the 6ca excursion the convention had agreed to go into convention at 8 o'clock in tho morning, when the delegates were largely in their scats. The most important action of convention was the adoption of revised rules and regulations presented by the National President, Mrs. Sher wood, bringing the Woman's Relief Corps in line with the Grand Army, as recommended in her annual address. It was also unanimously voted to continue the work of relief in behalf of army nurses and their widows and orph...

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

-5-5i 5 f-rtV- Y' -"-cas1 f&?r- - VV, V5t -'MSW- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1885. J.KJ -S, C." ""ViV LOYALWOMP'SWORKl r m V- . - - The' Household Conversation Club. Puzzles, etc. CLUE COOKERY. Cora Kimball, Sabula, Iowa, sends some nico recipes: Coffee Cbfrc Half cup molasses, one teaspoon eoda, half cup sugar, half cup butter, half cupstrong coffee, one cup rawns, two eggs, one teaspoon cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Flour to make Btin batter. . , nr Chinese Charm Cake One cup sugar and half cup butter, creamed; half cup sweet milk. Add three eggs, one by one, and beat well; two tea spoons baking powder, and one and a half cups of flour. Conversation Club. Sides of the Cliib.l. "Write briefly. 2. Write on one side of the paper. 3. "Write to the point. 4. "Write on one subject. 5. Write your best. G. Send answers t6 all puzzles for use of Editor. Each week the names of those writing the best letters style, composition, spelling, penmanship and gen e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 July 1885

i -tfj -- e V .5J'''3L-'C -&x$r&ns?"z rp-z::", t 3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THUHSDAY, JULY 9, 1885. TpSisl NEWS ;0F THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the Woria. ABBOAD. The Americans' in London celebrated the Fourth with great enthusiasm. There was an enormous attendance at the reception of United States Minister Phelps. In the evening Mr. Cfrrns W. Field pave a banquet, at which Mr. Phelps, the Duke of Argyll, Senator Edmunds, Mr. Waller, Lord Houghton, Mr. John Bright, Dr. Farrar, Archdeacon of Westminster, and other distinguished persons wcro present. During the banquet Mr. Field sent a cable message to President Cleveland, saying the as sembly had just drunk his health aud wished him a happy life and successful Administration, and a reply was received from the President expressing his thanks for the compliment and appreciation of the sympathy shown iu tho celebration by Englishmen. A dispatch of sympathy was sent to Gen. Grant, and his health was druuk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

' -. iy --StftvSs- s-!aVS3t S-35fK? 5vf ' l v-'vsre-' i "VKiWHIw: V ' "'-Ag''3-, . -r: tibtttte fit TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTtE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. VOL. IV-N0. 46.-WHOLE KO. 205.' tk nt-f7- z-l WJV 4-'VvV' P Dip DANIEL'S STORY OF Tom Anderson and the Great Con spiracy. DARE DATS OF 1861. A Father Who Gave His Chil dren to the Country. RALLYING TO THE ELAG. Raising Volunteers in Southern Indiana. BY AN OFPJCER OF THE "UNION ARMY. Chapter I. AUentown is a beautifal little city of 10,000 inhabitants, situated on the Wabash Eiver, in Vigo County, Ind., in the vicinity of which several railroads now cen ter. It is known for its elevated position and general healthfuluess, and very noted for its beautiful residences and cultivated society. Daniel Lyon located ihere in 1850. He was a man of marked ability and un doubted integrity; was six feet two inches in hight, well proportioned, and of v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

Fr- if ,i ---- - - & - ' ' J?' !- J r z-43.W CH? && s3? iW "" "VT I THE NATIONAL TRIBUM: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. 2 fpr! its kind, and overy member of the Grand Army who may be called on to fulfill a similar office should procure tho Springfield Daily Herald of May 31, 18S5, cut out tho printed report of these proceedings, and imitate Maj. Warner's etvlo and substance. Tho singing by tho choir and tho poetic reci tations by Misses Phelps and Malloy were in good taste and well selected. Indeed, the entire exercises on that occasion were admira ble in substance and in fact, and I am euro that all patriotic minds were strengthened and all doubtful minds wcro draw nearer tho truo current which is to shape our new National life. There is a similar cemetery for tho Confed erate dead immediately in rear and in contact with tho National Cemetery. I saw some ladies strewing those graves with flowers. I see no objection to this; for with death should cease all r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

V" Tv" Vtf"r5-'MjrT ' V-h&&m!i?1' -v--j, -t r-j- - le.-"-" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE WASaiNSpN, D. 0.; THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. 7Tr?T FIGHTING THEM OVER. ' 0 What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE ARTILLERY AT RESACA. A Lto Hcraber or the 5th Wis. Battery Blows His Bugle, nad IIIoits it Loud. To the Editor: The communication of tho comrade of the IGth 111., under the caption of " The 5th Wis. Battery at Ecsaca," has not only elicited some comments from members of the Indiana brigade referred to therein, but has also induced several members of that, reliablo battery and stand-by of Jell' C. Davis's Division to write me touching the affair, asking me to blow my bugle a little and at the samo time to blow a blast for the whole command. Touching the affair referred to and the arti cle I have to say that I have no criticism to make, except that I think Gen. Judah's troops instead of Hovey's were the men who charged on our left. By referring to Gen. Jeff C. Davis'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

m&cj iivta v., iw-c -is.vrrf,.". --",. ,. e-r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 1G, 1885. The National Tribune. (Established 18V7.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snvariubly in Advance. lx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. HONEY sent us, otliertrise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or drafl on New York, idll be at Vie risk of the sender. AGENTS. We employ no agents. THE Natiowai. Teibuxe has many volunteer canvassers, and Uicy are generally honest and faithftd; btU persons tcko confide Utcir subscriptions to them must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper will be went only on receipt cfllie subscription juries. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, EtcAddresses trill be changed as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every cascgire thcoldas well as nw address. In renewing, subscribers should be carefid to tend us the label on the last paper received, and specify ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

M THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIN(gS)N, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. t S. WASHINGTON GOSSIP- The TVcek's Doings at the Na - " tional Capital. A GRACEFUL ACT. Last Thursday a delegation of Southern geutlemen entered Gen. lJosecrans's ollice in tho Treasury Department, and were introduced as from Toxas. Tlioy handed him a large re volver, which bore tho marks of age, and tho following communication: "Washington, D. C, July 8, 18S5. Gen. TV. S. TCosecrans. , Dkak Gesckai.: "During tho Spring of 1663, whilst you were htill in command of tho great Army of the Cumberland and was pressing your way slowly but surely, by buttle and nianuver, to ward the Mia, thu Slh Texas (Confederate) Car., uKn the occasion of a raid upon the rear of your annv capturcd.witli a portion uf your personal bug cngc, tins very handsome souvenir, which we have, the honor to return to your hands. ..... The cliased inscription discloses the fact that this weapon of war " was presented to you by Col. Ocffrov, of tho ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

yty"-- ..v"" V i&W v- -vg-- ?' THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE WASHIXaTOS, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. a; ; r RELIEF CORPS NEWS. Gleanings from National Hcadpar-ters-Notes from the Departments. Headquarters Woman's Relief Corps, Boston, Mass. Sarah E. Fuller, National President. Eleasoe B. "Whkeleii. National Secretary. Soclnl Itclaxallon and Sight-Seeing; Abont (he Hub. Mrs. Barker's Homo at 3laldcn Excursions to Plymouth Kock and Xantaskct. Boston, Mass., July 10. The week lias been an eventful ono in Woman's Relief Corps circles, chiefly in a social way, and the Western delegations tarrying in Boston have expressed greatest gratification over the bounteous hospitality extended to them on every side. As your present corre spondent is of the party of the Past National President, Mrs. Sherwood, tho views expressed here may be considered as reflcctiug the senti ments of al,l concerned. When tho first National President, Mrs. E. Florence Barker, extended an invitation to tho Third Annual...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

-5v ? fc? f , Jw-J, Av-? V' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885.' LOYALWOMP'SWORK The Household Conversation Club. Puzzles, etc CLUB COOKERY. Fsietds op the Cookujq Club: Being: pleased to see the girls interested in coofcins, and having found that inuilin recipe splendid, my brother went into ecstucies over the muffins, I send mj recipe for Currant Jelly: Heat the currants and press out the juice. To one pint of boiling juice add one pint of granulated sugar and boil 'M or 30 minutes. "Lulie IL Davis, Qucrcus Grove, Ind. fcOLDIEU'S "WIFE'S COOKIES. Tsxeuds of the Cookixg Club: I must thank the Michigan lady for the recipe given in The Tbibuke lor making Spanish buns. I tried the recipe, and think they are bplcndid. I would liko to eend a recipe 1 have for making Cookies : Take one aud one-half cupfuls sugar, three-fourths cupful of butter, live cupfuls flour, two eggs, one icaspoonful of soda, and one tea poonlui extract lemon. Kub Hour aud butter well ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 July 1885

j-tf.-v- " SV- 5r-r , -23B 't-vfefipp:V 'V " "- ? itS-j' tr '-- scr-r ., -jk-v- HjTf- :i-vVV V vtjesii" "V f "? -- '' 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. . -v - n " TfjE WEEK'S RECORD. TIi c Indian Outbreak. Thero is a good deal of excitement still ex isting along tho frontier on account of tho threatening aspectof tho Indians, and vigorous "Measures are being taken to insure the safety i the settlers and the subjugation of the rebel lious reds. Tho order given to disarm tho In dians in the Territory has caused a feeling of great bitterness on their part, and if the order is carried into effect it cannot be done without bloodshed. Secretary Endicott has ordered three rcgi incnts of cavalry and tho 4th Inf., a total of "nearly 3.00Q men, to proceed at once to tho vicinity of Fort Reno, Iud. Tcr., from their present stations in the Departments of Texas and tho Platte. This will make a forco of about 4,000 men in tho Territory. Last week the President di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

. -wt r - .TT .. " Jt "" r - T " .- SJSM' j l ;,?.. H !1 &' ssssr -.2V r " TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BJETUesAND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 50.-WHOLE NO. 206; . w- ISktwttai . rrnMi. jugfccg pbsc YMKMWiWKfe- war' 1 T"r 52 - -i -i:: -KHAtvr jf-ar v-. p.ai -t -.-?;v "'28"-rfu?Xir """ f " 0NCLE DANIEL'S STORY pr Tom Anderson and the' Great Conspiracy. BATTLE OF THE GAPS. . Young Harvey Lyon Brutally Murdered. UNCLE DANIEL'S EETUBN. Raising Troops in Southern Indiana. BY-AN OFFICER OF THE UNION AB3IY. ". - COrYUIGUT, lbtw. ' . 'ClIArTEK II. ' BATTLE OF THE "GAPS." -"Three days later Peter returned from In dianapolis, with full authority for Tom An derson to recruit a regiment for the Union service. This was very gratifying to him, and he said" to his wife, 'Mary, my time will come.' She appeared happy over the news, butber quivering lip, as she responded, gave evidence of her fears that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THU113DAY, JULY 23, 1335. 20 miles. Hampton was watching our movements all the time, and it was hero that he had a short correspondence with Sherman concerning the treatment of pris oners, in which threats were indulged by Hampton to resort to extreme measures to wards Federal soldiers captured by him in consequence of alleged violations of the laws of war. Fortunately such threats re mained unexecuted. I believe about 25 miles of railroad north from "Winnsboro S. O, was destroyed. Thus Sherman's bec ond objective was successfully gained with no loss, comparatively speaking. Gen. Slocum and the left wing of Sherman's army had reached Winnsboro on the 21st of February, and Gen. Sherman and the greater part-of tho'ripht wing, under Howard, arrived on that day. Tho left wing had destroyed sov dral bundled yards.of railroad at Alston. Jfy division co-operated with Kilpatrick's cavalry an destroyhiK tho railroad lrom Winnsboro nearly to Chester 20...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

- s( - r Ol ' r?r 1., 55"- - FIGHTING THEHJ OVER. (Fiiat Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. CHANCELLORSVIL'LE. A rrimtc Criticises tho Generals and Tells His Story of That Itatllc. To the Editor: "Private," Oil City, Pa., writing of Chancellorsvillc, presents an order said to have been scut to Gens. Slocum and Howard, in which it says "no artificial de fenses worth naming have been thrown up." I know nothing about the Eleventh Corps, but will put in a word for the Twelfth Corps, and say that tho works built by Williams's (First) Division were the best field or temporary works that the writer assisted to build during nearly four years' service. I think they were finished about noon on Friday, Slay 1. By this order it would appear that Gens. Slocum and Howard were more to blaiuo for the dis asters which followed than some who were higher in command. I think nobody was more to blamo than Geu. Hooker. Ho was a brave soldier; and the Eleventh aud Twelfth Corps, afterward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

$ 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. ' 5"; The National Tribune, (Established 187.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, invariably in Alliance. Blx months, IS cents. No subscription for a less period received. SrECIAL ANNODXCEMEXT. HONEY sail us, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, jtostal jnoncj order, or draft on New York, icill be at the ri.sk of the sender. AGENTS. Ms employ no agenls. TilE NATIOJTAI. Tkiijtjm: has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; bui persons who confide their subscriptions to than must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper teill be sent only on receipt of the subscription price, ADDRPJSSES, RENEWALS. Etc Addresses icill be cltangcd as often as dcsrcd, but each subscriber should in every case give thcotdastvcll as ncc address. In renewing, snbwibcrs should be careful to said its the label on the last jxipcr received, and specify any cor rections or cliungcs ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

'" ,j THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING0JOJ2J, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. V WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Week's Doings at the Na tional Capital. DEPASTURE OF MISS CLEVELAND. Tho President's Mansion has now lost, for acinic, the brilliant and womanly woman -whose four months of occupancy of it has re dounded to the credit of her brother's adminis tration, aud lifted her up hii;h in the estima tion of the American people. If Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland shall continue to grow to the end of her brother's term as she has since it began, she will acquire a permanent place among the notable women of history. She is unquestionably a woman of fine intellectual powers aud great strength of character, and with these she has a personal magnetism that attracts strongly to her all with whom she comes in contact. In many of her leading characteristics she much resembles Mrs K.B. Hayes, whose graceful mistresship of tho White House is, and always will be, a fragrant mem ory. But 1 started out to talk ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

f-V -h ."Vl"8f-jt'i "V -VC " ' s 6V THE ' GRAND ARMY, Campfircs Dcpardnent News Rank in Hie G.A.R. SAN FRANCISCO-NASHVILLE A Letter from Commander FoMcr. of Indiana. Tort Wayk, Ind., July 11, 1SS5. To tiie Editor: Zeal without knowledge is responsible for many very illogical conclu sions. The criticism of the Portland Encamp ment for deciding to hold its next meeting at San Francisco, arises from ignorance of the real facts in the case. It is glibly asked, "Is not Illinois, Indiana, Ohio or Pennsylvania largo enough to hold this Encampment of mighty men ?" I answer, Illinois has already Lad the Encampment twice 1B75 and 167S, Indiana twice 1S6G and 1831, Ohio three times 1669, 1872 and 18S0, and Pennsylvania also three times 1SG3, 1874 aud 187G. The Grand Army has held but 19 Encampments, of which number these four States have had 10 more than half of all that have been held. The com rades of these Central States are not so hoggish as'to fail to recognize tho claim the Border States...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 July 1885

Si-;,."- " n- 'e1; -s "fjf-fK'y"" "j,"1' f 8, i- x ,av-BtJ, ?- ' -a-a-." 5.; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK. i The IIoaseliold-T-Conversation Club. Tuzzlcs, etc. OtTt COOKING CLUB. Triexds of the Cookisg Club: T am much In terested in the edlutun headed " Loyal Woman's "Work," and vvould'like to send iny recipe for cook ies to the puis: Cream C'ooHw., Two cupfuls sugar, one eprp, one Bcant cupful butter, one cupful sweet cream, two teaspoonfuls bakhiR powder (or one cupful sour cream with one teasnoonful soda); flavor to tatte ; mix sod; bake quick. Would exchange s-necimens of stone, or informa tion with regard to the country or county papers, for crazy or Jocabin pieces, lliteband wasumem ber of Co. H, 24 Iowa. "Would like to hear from liu old comrade, Jas. Gilmorc. Address J. S. " u liaius. 31R..AL William;, Washington, Kan. Editor's Chat. With this number of Tim Nationax. TnmtWK the very Interesting dbcusiion on the question, li...

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