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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 August 1885

THE tfATIOffAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDA?, ' IlJGUST 13, 188?: 4 The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. t One Iollar per Year, 2u variably in Advance. Six months, 75 cents. Xo subscription for a less period" received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ZIOXE1' sail us, othcrtrisc than by registered Idler, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xcic Yotk, trill be at the ritk of the sender. A GEXTS.M'c employ no agents. Tub National Tninrxi: has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to them must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper will be $cnt Only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses will be changed as often as desired, bul cadi subscriber shituldiu every case give the old as well as new address. Jn reuciring, subscribers should becareful iosend us the label on the last jiajw received, and specify any cor rections or changes ili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 August 1885

i&Jl 7 - .V The national tribune: washing-ton, d. a, Thursday, august 13, isss. of pond lilies. Eoscs and lilies of the valley formed the face of the cushion, and carnations wero clustered along the border. Inserted in ilio Rrcat cushion in letters of violets wero the words: I 2f. Y. : : Lovai. LixJioy. : S OUU COMMAXDEK. i Gen. E. L. Mblyniux and his staff of officers passed tho coffin in uniform at 9 o'clock, and after them marched the drummer boys of E. S. Dakiu Post, No. 20G. G-.A.E. Later on Gen. Thomas Francis Bourke limped by in citizen's dress. Alexander Jlamilton Post, under tho com mand of Commauder J. A. Qiloiu, attended by 70 men from Judson Kilpatrick Post, marched bv the coffin at 11 o'clock. Friday was a repetition of the preceding day, a a useless siring of people from early morning until Iato at night passing tho coffin. THE BURIAL. Preparing for the Funeral Procession Dawning of a Perfect Day 3rurlia!ing the Procession Tlio Jlost Imposing Pageant the Country ev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 August 1885

s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1885. i THE GRAND ARMY. The Memory of 'Gen. Grant New Fosls Camplircs. cle. HEADQUARTERS Grand Army or the Republic, Washington. D. C. i Tho new Headquarters rooms arc not yet ready for occupancy, and until they arc the real work of the Headquarters can hardly be said to begin. The Commander-in-Chief and resident staff were in New York during part of the week in attendance upon the Grant ob sequies, at the conclusion of which they went on to Gettysburg to attend the semi-annual Encampment of the Depart ruent of Pennsylva nia and the ceremonies of unwilling the Penn sylvania statue upon the battlefield. They Lave now returned, and are. addressing them selves vigorously to the work of getting busi ness in order, and arc disposing of the immense amount of correspondence. DEPARTMENT NEWS. ILLINOIS. Kcnj.L. Klagp, Waukegnn : Woukegan Post, No. o7-J, has adopted resolutions expressing its regret on the death of Geu. Grant. IN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 August 1885

A -! THE NATIONAL THIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1835.' I LOfALWOMP'SlORK . , , , . ... Tlic "-Household Conversation Club. Puzzles, etc. Club Cookery. Fr.ixMs or ran Cooking Clot: If you live in the country. '"here you can et nice fresh butter milk, try the following and be happy. Almciisi Jloorc, Top;ka, Knn. Buttermilk Muffins. Beat rapidly for some min utes two cRssinto n Quart of buttermilk; stir in Hour to make a thick batter, about a quart, anil lastly a tcaspoonful of salt ami the aine of soila dissolved. Bake iu a hot oven in well crcaed tins. 3Iutlins of all kinds f-hould only be cut just round the edge, thtn pulled open with the lingers. Re member they must be thoroughly beaten, or failure will result. w Fkiksiw or Tin? Cooking Cixh: ITci-e is a recipe for something: very choice and new, which 1 ate for the first time in New York. It is very dainty. Sarah Itu&sell, Iloboken, N. Y. Pineapple Cuslard Pic. Yolks of five eggs and whites of one, well beat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 August 1885

V" f - -- " t X - - 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1885. :$"( - rWS0 '- h I NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tlio Ncwltflrom ftifi. Parts of the V Worffr AMtOAU. The itussian Prince. Alexander Gagariuc, driven to desperation by heavy Josses at the gambling tables of Monto Carlo, has commit ted suicide. Xinc pupils of the High School at Spires, Germany, have been detected in a conspiracy to murder the usher. They had armed themselves with daggers and a revolver, but one of the conspirators became frightened and revealed the plot Whereupon all those concerned were expelled. An alliance is re; ported between Great Britain aud China for mutual action in case of war with llussia. Herat is bciug rapidly fortified against a pos sible Ilussian advance. The Emperor and Empress of Austria paid a friendly visit to the Emperor of Germany last week at Gastciu. Emperor William received them at the entrance of the JJadeschloss with greetings of affection, kissing the Austrian Emp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

'""SJVS?. - " s4Jp"-T9- f&raa.'y-ftsi1. v r tgarx -f w;kri;' .i. - Wf- - v-a -yIJe "-.-, st 3K iV 4-m tv5t -. lrli SBiSrs3S TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. VOL. V-NO. 2.-WH0LE NO. 210. :3'fciii rtlnHlrT fW --t WHfeMMWtaw T-y - . u T- Upi DANIEL'S STORY OF .Torn Anderson and the Great Con spiracy. "K. G. C." Organization of the Enemies of the Union in the North. PLOTTING EVERYWHERE. Objects of the Traitorous League. BY AHf OFFICER OF THE UNION ARMY. COrYBIGHT, 1SS5. Chapter VI. KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN CIRCLE IN A BARN IN INDIANA. "The loss of little Sarah had spread such a gloom over our household that I felt a desire to bo out at David's farm, away from the house, as much as possible. Peter also seemed much depressed aud showed a great desire to return to his regiment. On one occasion, when Ham and I returned in the evening, the conversa tion drifted in the directi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

-is- - O"- - TftjS .-tv -v. -.v- 2 THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D,. C., THU113DAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. n jev -"- jW-- " ia T-r mstfe with amortise to insert the names, conn tericita.niay be issued upon half a dozen or 20 . . ,,d - .OH 50 DIFFERENT BANKS, the officers' signatures being in each case care-ftiK$-. imitated. It is much easier to "shove" couuterfqitk "upon a -number of banks than if they were ail upon one. People .aic less liable to rejrard such a mixed lot of "money" with suspicion. Soon after the closd of tho war tUe Government look hold of the matter in earnest. Ever since that time tho efforts of the Secret Service Lave been pcrsislcutaud effective, and the circulation of spurious paper nioncy lias been reduced almost to the minimum. It will ho remembered by many that under the State bankinpsystcm before tho war tho notes issued hy each bank were wholly different from those of ?iuy other. The paper was of almost every variety of color and texture, and no two banks ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. FIGHTING THEAJ OYER, m What Our Veterans Have to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. GETTYSBURG. JL SiilrlfcJ Acconnt or the Battlf, and the Tart Taken Therein by the Sth Ohio. To the Editor: The Sth Ohio at the time of the battle of Gettysburg comprised a part of the First Brigade, commanded by Col. (aftcr Trards General) S. S. Carroll, the Colonel of the regiment; Second Division, commanded by Gen. Alex. Hayes, and Second Corps, by Gen. Han cock, the regiment itself being in command of Licut.-Col. Franklin Sawyer, ilaj. A. H. Wins low was at this time serving on the staff of Gen. Haves, and Capt. J. E. Gregg and Lieut. John G. "Reid on the staff of Col. Carroll. Capt. Buttcrfield was absent, sick. The number pres ent for duty was 209 olliccrs and men. Ou the morning of July 1 the Second Corps moved forward from near Tancytown, Md., to ward Gettysburg. Gen. Hancock had hastened forward, under orders of Gen. Meade, on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, . p. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885.' The National tarn (Established 187.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 2nvarinbly in Advance. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SrECIAT. ANNOUNCEMENT. HOyEY sent us, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, jwstal money order, or drqfl on Jfcio York, will be at the risk of the sender. AGEXTS.Wc employ no agents. The Nattokat. TiaurxK has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful ; but persons who confide iheir subscriptions lo than must be their own judges of their responsibility. Tlicpapcr trill be sent only on recent of the subscrijition price ADDJ2ESSES, ZEXEWAIA, Etc. Addresses will be cltangcd as often as dcs-rcd, but cacJi subscriber rhouldin every case give thcoldastccll asnew address. Jn renewing, subscribers should becarcful tosend us the label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or cliangcs they desire made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,, D. 0., THURSDAY AUGUST 20, 1885: 7 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. , The Week's Doings at llie Na tional Capital. KOW DULLNESS REIGXS. Since the President has bictl him away to a lodge in the vast wilderness of the Adirondack, and sought comparative rest and repose amid itsBwartns of moskctos and myriads of wood ticks, things Jiavc become pretty dull in tho places where oflicc-huntcrs have been wont to congrecate. The public rooms in tho White Jlouscfwhich for nearly five months have been thronged with anxious-eyed men with big and little expectations, are now a desert where tho painter and the papcrhanger and tho stout armed wielderof tbescrubbrush hold high revel. Only a few clerks hover around the desks and the telegraph instruuicnts,andthesodoas little -work as they can possibly get along with. Tho mosaic marble of tho hotel corridors echo only to the footfalls of tho languid bell-boys, and theshufflc of thclankand thirsty "Jcdges," "Majahs," and " Kunuels,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WA3HINGf ON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY, News from the Departments Camp fires, etc. Headquarters QUARTERS if Tim ItEPunuc, Washington, D. C. J Gkand Army of ThcCommandcr-iu-Chicf returned from Ohio last Monday, and remained hero until to-day, when he left for Ft. Wayne to attend the semi annual Encampment of Indiana. Ho will be there to-morrow, Saturday and Sunday, and then returning home remain at Hindquarters for the nest 25 days, which will ho the longest period he has been able to bo hero since his election. In that time he hopes to get tho Headquarters business well under way. Ho is delighted with the manner in which tho Grand Army appeared at the Graut funeral. Fully 15,000 comrades were in line, and they presented a splendid appearance, eliciting commendations from all who were present. They were given the right of the line, and swung into their place in splendid shape, being where they could review the whole of tho pro cession. Lea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

Sf TAB NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. f I J-v ,f LOYALWOMP'SWORK , Tlio Household Conversation Club. Puzzles, etc. The nappy Ilonscliold. Hxrnr IIocscnox.0: I wish some of tbe renders or The Tkibckk would send nianimn a Rood re dpoforcauuing peas. And now I will eend the recipe or a cake for the girls of the Cookiuj; Club. I make it for mamma, and would be glad to hear from the one who tried it. Sponge Cufcc Pour eggs, one cupful sugar, one small cupful flour, small teaspoonful baking pow der. Belit the volks of eggs and biigar for 10 min utes, then add flour, beat well, and then the whites of the eggs, beaten fctiQ". Last of all, add the bak ing powder. Edith G. Brown, Cooperstown, Griggs Co., Pale Haity Household: I know the girls will nil like this delicious pie, when once they have tried it. Who will bake one and report? Cream Pie, Make the crust by mixing one cup ful of butter, Uvo cupfuls of granulated biigar, one cupful of milk, three and a ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 August 1885

(' I?- J- resV,c-s- ; "" 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885.' NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the Worli ABROAD. Up to the 7tli of June, 22,677 negroes had btained their freedom in tho Province of Santa Clara, Cuba. United States Minister S. S. Cox presided at the meeting of American resi dents of Constantinople, -which was called last week to express condolence with the widow of Gen. Grant. Mr. Cox delivered an eloquent speech. Resolutions of sympathy were adopted, copies of which will be forwarded to Washing ton and to Mrs. Grant. Tho American General Berdan and a number of English oliicials were present. Osman Digna has forsaken his fol lowers and fled to Konlofan. Tho result is that many Sheiks are going into Suakin and otter ing submission to tho British commaudcr. Sarah Bernhardt issaid tohavecamedandspent 13,000,000 francs since she first trod the stage. The British troops at Suakin are dying fast. Tho officials, however, will not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

-" . if' t . I&ttxrttal SP" ft TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. VOL. V-NO. 3.-1VH0LE NO. 212 5 I sL 8 ' UiGLE DANIEL'S STORY OP Tom Anderson and the Great Con spiracy. TEAITOE KNIGHTS Organization of Rebel Sympa thizers in Indiana and Illinois. SIGNS AND SECRETS. Gen. Anderson's Tour of Inves tigation. EY AN OFriOEU OF THE UNION ARMY. COPYRIGHT, 1SS5J Chapter VII. THE GOLDEN CHICLE. " Several days elapsed before Gen. Ander son felt that he could undertake the journey contemplated. Finally he concluded that he would make the effort He thought it best for him to pass into Illinois first, as he would not be known in that State. After arranging his matters and leaving word for Jackson to remain at my house on his re turn from Washington, should he succeed in obtaining the desired appointment, until he returned from his tour of investigation, he started. 41 The first p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. Bridgeport, 10 miles farther down, ana Caperton's Ferry, opposite Stevenson, 10 miles farther. - Crittenden turned northeast and began to nioye up the river. Thomas crossed Raccoon Mountain to the little village of Trenton, in Lookout Valiev: turned south 10 miles, then cast, ami climbed Lookout Ridge throuah Ft veas's and Cooper's Gaps. McCook, -svith Stanley's Division, crossed at Caperton's Ferry, marched southeast, crossed Sand Mountain, descended into Lookout Yailev, and climbed Lookout Ridge, Leading directly for Summerville, which is nearly GO miles south of Chattanooga. r.RAGG'S MOYEMENT. "While Rosecranss troops are on the march, let us step into Chattanooga and sec v hat Bragg is doing. He knows every movement of Rosecrans and sees him separating his corps. Instead of retreating toward Atlanta, in accordance with HaUecks and Rosecrans's reasoning, Brsgc withdraws all his troops from Chattanyoga except one b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

I'fr . t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. 3 FIGHTING THEflJ OVER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. MORE LAST BATTLES. A Long Delayed Itenlr. To the Editor: My attention has been called to your issue of March 27, 1634, contain ing an article from S. N. Stewart in answer to one from A. P. Girr, published in Tin: Na tional Tkibuni: of Sept. 13. 1SS3, in regard to the hist battle of the war. The last battlo of the war was fought between a detachment of the 31th lud. and the G2d U. S. (J. 1., and a considerable force of Confederates, a part of whom were mounted. It is in compliance with a resolution adopted at our last regimental Reunion authorizing the appointment of a com mittee to answer the article by S. X. Stewart that, wo desire space in the columns of Tin: National Tkiiu'nk. Mr.S.says: "The histories of thewarand the records of the War Department will prove that Mr. Carr even denies the commander of his own regiment; for h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885.' i The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 2nvariably in Adsance. Blx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SrECIAI. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUOXEV sent vs, othaicisc than byrcgisicrcd tetter, postal no'xs, postal money order, or draft On Acta York; iritl be at the risk of Uic gender. AGEXTS.Wc cunrfoj no agents. The National TniBCNK has -many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally honest and faithful; but persons who confide their svbscrij)lio:is to than must be their cirri judges of their responsibility. The paper will be sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses tcill be changed as often as desired, but cadi subscriber should in every cascgivc thcoldaswcll as ncc address. In renrtcing, subscribers should beenreful tosend tts the label on the last paper received, and s)ccify any cor rections or cliajigcs they d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;- D. 0., THURSDAY- AUGUST 27, 1885. jj LOVELY SPOT. - A National Home for Disabled Volun teers Which Combines Scenery Willi Comfort to an Unusual Degree. If the whole United States were songl't over !jv a committee of men, with minds as various as their number, for a spot that would combine the most advantages for a 3uug haveu for those -who have been battered and wrecked in the great National struggle, there is no question that the verdict of the majority would unhesi tatingly bo for the location now occupied by the Home at Hampton, Va. It is not easy to speak of the attractiveness of the placo in terms of moderation. The location is right on the shores of Hampton Roads, ami from any point on the grounds the outlook is maguili cent. Directly in front is a sheet of water 13 miles broad, on the thither shore of which lie the thrivingcitv of Norfolk, with 25,000population ; Portsmouth" with 15,009, tho Gosport Navy Yard, the mouths of the Elizabeth and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY, Camplires New Posts General News. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Headquarters Grand Army or tub Republic, Washington. D. C, j Comrade Fred. Brackett. Assistant Adjutant General on Commander-in-Chief's Stall, took station at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York city, Aug. l.toarrango preliminaries connected with the obseauies of our late comrade and friend, Gen. Ulysses S. Graut. Commander llurdctt, Adj't-Gon. John Cameron and Aid-de-Camp Winlield T. Cliase joined him Wednes day, Aug. 5. The new arrivals were made quickly "aware that Comrade Brackett must have enjoyed himself immensely the accumu lation of letters and telegrams showing that ho Lad hardly time to sneeze. An inspection re vealed the fact that all communications had been answered with judgment and skill by the capable and efficient comrade. Over 800 com munications weio received from Aug. 1 to 8, each one of which was replied to either by let ter or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 August 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THUI13DAY, AUGUST 27, 1835. T i LOYALWOMP'SWORK The Ilouseliold Conversalioa Club. Puzzles, etc. Tito Happy Household. TlArrv IIoir.noi.i : 1 wish s.onicof you would try my way of cooking tomnioes. I Unoxx you will pronounce them good, containing nil their native sxveelneas and delicious flavor. 1 call them Hasty Tomatoes. Take ripe, firm tomatoes, peid and slice very fine; put a piece of butter a good big; pa.ee ill your pan or kettle and melt, but do not brown ; then turn in your tomatoes, season with Mill, pel per, and jiibt imprinkJeof sujpir; stir miUl very hot, and serve at once.-OInry Dilimnn, "Wmiscon, O. lUrrv Houmsiiold: If you girls hud tlie skirt or a brown -ilk. quite good, and wanted to make it up into a nice dre--. combined with some other mate rial, please s.iv jurt wiiat you would use and how to make it. Annie Kennon.SST Erie St., Toledo, O. Editor's Chat. The following inquiry is on the Editor's table, and a reply called fo...

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