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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77. WASirCSTGTO", D. C, SATUBDAY, MAY 6, 18S2. KE"W SEBXES. Yot" I., N- 38. GENERAL Till. P. SANDERS. EDUCATED AT WEST POINT.-A BRIL LIANT MILITARY CAREER. ltering and Successful Raid in East Tennessee Chief of Cavalry of tlio Army of the Ohio. l.ricadier-ficncral in Command of a Didsion or Cavalry Killed in Front of Knoxtllle. G. C. KNIFFIN. Brigadier-General "William P. Sanders, of Kentucky, "was a man vrho united all the no1 lr qualities of a soldier with the elegant accomplishments of a gentleman. Refined in manner, pleasing in address, fearless in hat tie. and a faithful, generous friend, he fell nt the post of duty at so early a period in the war as to have had. small opportunity to leave a brilliant reeord. He entered "West Point Military Academy nt the age of eighteen, as a cadet, July 1st, 1.152, and graduated in ISoG; Avas immedi ately promoted brevet second lieutenant of dragoons. He ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NATIONAIi TKTBUN'E: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAY 6, 1882. and tbe Second Indiana on iho left of the road as skirmishers, advanced, driving the enemy steadily before them into the town and to the heights beyond. The enemy's sharpshooters were lodged in strong log houses in the town, greatly an noying our skirmishers, and being under orders from General Granger to a wait the arrival of an infantry column and co-operate with them, the General did not consider it j roper to show our whole force, and there fore brought up Newcli's section of artillery which, by a few well directed shells, dis lodged the enemy from the houses. Having become convinced that the weath er or other cause had prevented the arrival of tbo infantry column as expected, he or dered a charge, night approaching, and drove the enemy out of sight. The rebel loss was about thirty killed, the number of wounded unknown, but was stated by prisoners subsequently taken, to be very lame. About tixiy horses of the enemy were kill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBXTXE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 6, 1882. GRAND AMY MATTERS. REDUCED RAILWAY RATES TO THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. Further Arrangements for tho Reception and En tertainment of Delegates Remarkable Grouth of the Order in Ohio What fs Going on In Other Department!!. Special Correspondence National Tribnne. Baltimore, May 4. Through the efforts of General Ross, chairman, and other members of the National Committee on the coming En campment of the Grand Army, railroad rates for the members of the- Order, in uniform, have been reduced on all the trunk lines to three fifths the regular price for transportation. This was a difficult matter to accomplish, and Gen. Boss deserves the thanks of comrades all over the country who will visit Baltimore in June for his zeal and energy in securing the reduction. The uniform is simply a blue fiau nel suit with the regulation Grand Army' but tons, and persons unprovided with it, coming from a distance, will find that the difference between the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE -NATIONAL TRIBTJHE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAT 6, 1882. The Hatiohal Tribune (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY- SATURDAY. To cAnercB hm who has borne the battle, and fob H13 WlfiJ"' AND OBPHAH8." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. JVriRS to Subscribers, Pnynhlc In Advance: (postage prepaid) 0Z COPY, ONE YEAR FAE COPIES $1.50 6.25 - 50 C Z COn' THREE MONTHS - - -ONE COPY SiX MONTHS - - - - TEN COPIES, (with, extra copy to getter-Op of club,) 12.EC A SPECIMEN NUMBER or our paper sent hjec on re guest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FURMSHro upon application. -C3-T0 SUBSCRIBERS When changing your address please give former as well as present address, with county and state. 43take notice. !n sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order or a draft on new York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided ( these directions are followed. -as-NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUf.lED for sub scriptions PAID TO AGENTS, WHIC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON', D. C, MAY 6, 1882. 5- M ROYAL WEDDING. MARIAGE OF QUEEN VICTORIA'S SON TO A GERMAN PRINCESS. ) AnpfSal Ceremonies nt Windsor Castle Wedding Trocesslon TIio Kridc's Superb Toilet. Floral and Other Decorations I)I- lingnishnl (inrsts Present. A special cablegram from London gives an interesting account of the royal nuptials of Prince Leopold, the youngest son of Queen Victoria, and the Princess Helen of Germany, at Windsor, on Thursday, the 27th ult An immense crowd of visitors thronged tho streets struggling to got as near as possible, to obtain a fleeting glimpse of the procession to the doors of St. George's Chapel. Booming of cannon and ringing of hells an nounced the sotting fortli of tho procession from the Castle to the chapel, and a flourish of trumpets announced the fact to those inside. Her Majesty and the bride received an ovation along the short distance traversed from the brilliant crowds gathered on the lawns. Guards of honor were m.vsc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

6 THE NATIONAL TBJD8UNB: WASHE8TQTON, X. O., MAT 6, 1882. CHANGED. Chunked! Yes, T confess it, I have changed; Jlo not love you in the old fond way; J am your friend htill ; time 1ms not e:-transcd One kindly feeling of that vanished day. But the Mveet glnmour that made life a dream, The rapture of that time, its glad content, Uke visions of vanished homo they s-ccm And yet 1 cannot ttll you when they went. "Why do you naze with such accusing eyes Upon me, dear? Is it so very btrange That hearts, like all things underneath God's skies. Should sometimes feel the influence of change? The birds, the flowers, the foliage of trees. The stars which seemed bo fixed and so sublime, Vsibt continents and the eternal teas All these do change with every changing time. The face our mirror shows u year on year Is not the same. Our dearest aim or need, Our lightest thought or feeling, hope or fear, All, all, this law of alteration heed. Bow can we ak the human heart to stay Content with fancies f ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE -RATIONAL TRIBTJNrE: WASHIRGTON, D.C., MAY 6, 1882. HONORS TO THE BEAYE. RE&iAINS OF THE LATE GEN. HURLBUT QUIETLY LAID TO REST. His Native City Draped in Monrniusr I-iipro.ss.iTC Fnncnil Ceremonies Jlcniorinl Iltsolutions Adopted TohcMh-t Testimonial from the Ladies of Tern to the Il lustrious Deceased. The funeral of tlic Into General Stephen A. Hurlbut took place at Uclviderc, Illinois, on Sunday last. A special cll'patch gives the fol lowing particulars of the ceremonies attending the obsequies: JVIvidcrc to-day is draped in mourning, and on all sides emblems of sorrow attest the grief of the men who called Goneral Stephen A. Hurlbut their neighbor and friend. To the public in general he was known as a public man, but to the men who were with him in his youth and in middle life he bore a nearer rela tion, and they receive his body from a foreign land as a sacred trust. A bright, sunny day, sharpened by a north wind, brouiht out "into tho streets all tho people of Uelvidc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE N-ATIOKALTETBTnSTE: WASEmGTO'N,. D. C, MAY 6, 1882. 8 OUR SOLDIERS5 COLUMN. IN WHICH COMRADES SPEAK THEIR MINDS PLAINLY. I)cmar.tls for Increased Force in the Tension Hu icau An Iowa Soldier's Fruitless Kfforts to Srcrire His Claim Dead and Liv ing Heroes A Shower of Hiasll Shot. AN OPEN' LETTER TO COMKADES. To tho Editor National Tjiiiwne: Some' of us want our bounties equalized, some our pensions increased, and all of us want our 100 ancs of land, so Ions promised us by Con grrasntcn. Well, Ave can get it by aiding Tin: National Tribcxe in extending its circu lation ; and, all working together for it, let us pet petitions printed, have them circulated and signed by the thousands of soldiers and soldiers' friends in every town, city, and town ship throughout the United States, and send them to Tun Natioxal Tuiduxe, to be sent to Congress at the proper time. You need not fay wo have tried it before, and did no good. "A continual dropping will wear away a stone." Persevere and we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882, NEW SEBIES . VOL-1., N- 39. SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA. THE OCCUPATION OF LOOKOUT VAL LEY BY THE FEDERAL FORCES. A Hazardous Toygo A Spcctro. Flotilla Glides Silently Under the Xose of the. Confederate Army General llazen's Capturo of Brown's Ferry A Starving Army Believed liy a Brilliant Exploit. G. C. KNIFFIN. CnAPTEB I. The battle of Chattanooga, fought on the 19th and 20th of September, 1S63, settled the question of the permanent occupation of East Tennessee by Government troops, not withstanding the enforced retreat of the Army of the Cumberland from the hard con tested field. Although General Eosecrans had been obliged to -withdraw his army to the vicinity of Chattanooga the retreat had been con ducted deliberately, and when the confed erate commander viewed the line of battle from his point of observation on Missionary Ridge two days later he wisely...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

2 THE NATIONAL TBB3XJNE: WASHINGTON, XX C, MAT" 13, 1882. came used to the racket. Hut the poor fel lows in the hospitals in the rear were fre quently caught in tho range of these guns, and numbers were killed while unable- to protect themselves in their tents. Tho night scenes during the siego were interesting and exciting. The fleet with all the mortar boats which were anchored in position above and below the city would open the ball at dark and continue throwing the huge shells into the hapless city at all hours of the night The firing and exploding of these tremendous missiles was terrific, but tho sight of their flight through the air with a fiery fuse like a comet's tail was grand, and we would salute the rebels with the words, "Lookout. John, a fire-bug is coming." It was a dread of tho mortar shells that drove the inhabitants to the side hills, and the caves in which they lived, dug in the form of the letter Y, saved a great many lives that would have been otherwise sacrific...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

-T? 7? ' 4 i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. Q, MAY 18, 1882. 3 Xr H GRAM) ARMY MATTERS. BALTIMORE PREPARED TO WELCOME THE DELEGATES HOSPITABLY. Conference with representative Business Men. Letter from Richmond Blues Anxious In- qnirics for Hotel Accommodations. Tlie Reductions in Itailnay Kales, A.c, &c, &c Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, May 10. Tho arrangements for the reception and entertainment of tho dele gates to tho National Encampment are being perfected as rapidly as possible, and tho indi cations aro that the attendance of uniformed members of tho Grand Army throughout tho United States will exceed that of any Reunion since the Order was established. General Ross, Chairman of the National Committee, earnestly requests that all members of tho Grand Army, whether delegates or not, procuro tho regula tion uniform. As already announced, tho re duction in railway fares secured to uniformed members, will, in many cases, save to visitors more tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TREBUNB: "WASHnfOTON, B. C, MAY 13, 1882. nn ri The Rational Tribune (Estaoiisheo 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS DORNC THE DATTLE, AND FOB His wicV and ORFHAN5." Abraham Lincoln. Terms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (postage phefaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES - - $1.50 - - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - 71 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-up of cuib,) ------- 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper sent free on re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FURNisHro upon application. J95T-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changinq YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, YYITH COUNTY AND STATE. flS-TAKE NOTICE In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order or a draft on new York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided f these directions are followed. -2-n0 responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBTJNE: WASHESTGTOK, JD. C, MAY 13, 1882, f A FOUL DOUBLE MURDER, LORD CAVENDISH AND UNDER-SECRETARY BURKE ASSASSINATED. SUbbcd io Death In a TnbHc Park In Dublin by Four Unknown .Men A Remarkable and Atrocious Crime Escape of tho Jlurderers, Tho civilized world was thrilled and horri fied at tho announcement of tho assassination of Lord Cavendish and Under-Secretary Burko at Dublin on Saturday last. A cablo dispatch gives tho following particulars of tho horriblo affair Lord Cavendish and Earl Spencer had re mained at Dublin Castlo engaged in tho trans action of official business until six o'clock this ovening, when each drove to his respectivo residenco. After dinner Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burko went for a walk in Phoenix Park. They wero stabbed close to tho chief secretary's lodge. A boy states that whilo bird-nesting in Phoe nix Park yesterday afternoon, ho saw, about 200 yards from him and close to tho ground, a group of mon, who appeared to him to be wrostling. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

Rf --r THE KATIOKAX, TBUBUNEs WASHINGTON, D. C, MAY 13, 188 6 im 'r- THE BRAVE AT HOME. T. BUCIIAXAX HEAD. TIic maUl who binds her warrior's sasli, Wth smile thut well her pain dissembles The while beneath her drooping lash One fclarry teardrop hangs and trembles, Though Heaven alone records the tear, jnd J'amef-hall never know her story, Hor heart has shed a drop as dear As ever dewed the licit! of glory. The wife who girds her husband's sword, 3fil little ones who weep or wonder, And bravely &pcn!c the cheering word, "What though her heart be rent asunder Doomed nightly in her dreams to hear The lwlts of war around him rattle, Hath shed as sabred blood as e'er Was poured upon the plain of battle! The mother who conceals her grief, "While to her breast her son she yiravcs, Then Vrcathcs a few brave words and brief, Kfcsingllu patriot brow she blesses, Willi no one but her secret God To know the pain that weighs upon her, Sheds holy blood as e'er the tod Received on Ficedom's He...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

r FROM THE OLD CAMP GROUND. Oh sing for mo to-night thoso brave and merry songs, "When bright and warm tho cheerful camp.firo blazed ; At twilight's lonely hour with comrades gathered round, "We gaily sang those oft-repcated lays. How quickly beats my heart when comes the echoed strain; I listen now to catch tho faintest sound. Though other songs are sweet, none are so dear to mo As the songs we sang upon tho old camp-ground. I hear the buglo pealing forth its brazen notes, I listen to the rolling of the. drum ; The sounding call to arms, the battle's clash and din; Like mocking echoes with the songs they come. The fire is burning low, the sentry lonely treads With slow and measured step his lonely round j All these I seem to see as I listen to those songs, Those songs we sang upon the old camp-ground. Where flfe my comrades now? Oh why am I alone? Go ask it of the mocking echoes, why? Go stand upon the plains and count their lonely graves, "VThero on art hundred battle-fields they ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE 'NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHTNGTON, D. C, MAT 13, 18S2. s OUR SOLDIERS' COLUM. IN WHICH THE " BOYS" TALK ON VAR IOUS TOPICS. i Oar Coir.pr.ign " Uic Interests of the 3Ion TYho Sated the Xatioa Tiat a One-Armed Vet eran Has to Say A Tenter With The National Trllnmc. ran rnT soldiers paper ix toe avorld. To tlic Editor Natioxal Tr.inuxr.: Every ox-eoldicr Avho fought for the defense of the Government should take The National Triecxe. It has alv.-ays throv.n shot at long range in the soldier's interest. But when the editor is backed by .r90,000 soldiers ho can ad vance bis lines to short range, and send a few charges of canister through the balls of Con gress, and remind those of their duty who op pose the soldiers having just ice. If some of those Senators who oppose the soldiers having what the Government justly owes them bad marched beside me from Chat tauooga to Atlanta, Georgia, and fought over every foot of the distance of one hundred and thirty-six miles, they would favor every e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. IEGE OF CHATTMOOGA. CCUPATION OF LOOKOUT VALLEY. BATTLE OF WAUHATCKIE. nrrii of hn Vlrvmlh and Twelfth Corps front Bridgeport -Hooker's Army Reviewed by Gens. Rras-T "d Longs! rect from Iho Summit of Lookout fountain. A Xiffht Attack. G. C. KN1FFIN. CHAPTER IT. On the morning of the 26lh of October,-:ajor-General Hooker, with the Eleventh orps, 6,90-i officers and men, and two bat ries, under Major-General 0. 0. Howard, id the Second and a par.t of the Third bri ides of the Second division of the Eleventh orps, commanded by Brigadier-General ohn W. Geary, numbering; 128 officers and .538 men, vrith a battery of artillery, crossed lie Tennessee River at Bridgeport and tool ip the line of march with a force S.570 strong .cross Lookout Valley tor Brown's Ferry. The field returns of General Longstreet's :orps for the same month show an effect ive strength of 15,000, officers and men. Hookers rou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASMING-TON, D. C, MAY 20, 1882, mortally "wounded. No braver man, purer patriot, or more heroic commander ever fell upon a battle-field. The death of Colonel Lane seemed to satisfy the enemy, and as -vvo pursuul our way to wards the mountain fastnesses whore they could not follow we heard their exulting shouts over the prostrate form of our dead hut ever-beloved and lamented leader. Four of our number lay dead upon the field, and we had many wounded. They lost an equal number of killed, all of whom were buried where they fell. Here the pur suit ceased, and after a weary march over the mountains our party reached the camp of General S. P. Carter in Kentucky. CAPT. JOHN L. CLEM, THE DRUMMER BOY OF CHICAMAUGA. First-Lieut. John L. Clem, of the army, better known as the " Drummer Boy of Chic amauga," has been nominated by the Presi dent as captain and assistant quartermaster, vice Capt. Gibbs, deceased. Lieut. Clmi has for several years been a military instructor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAY 20, 1882. . r GRAND ARMY MATTERS. A HOSPITABLE RECEPTION AWAITING THE VISITORS TO BALTIMORE. The City Authorities and Bcpresentitlvo Citizens Cordially Co-operating for the Entertain- xocnt of the Guests Programme of the Encampment The Grand Tnradc, Ac, Ac. Siwcinl Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, Hay 13. Whatever apprehen sions may have existed in the minds of tho Committee on Hospitality as to any lack of funds to provide for the proper entertainment of the Grand Army delegates, thoy have been fully removed by the action of the city authori ties, and individual eflbrts of citizens irrespect ive of parties; and there is no doubt whatever that the reputation for hospitably entertaining its guests, which Baltimoro lias so long en joyed, xrill bo amply maintained during tho coming session of the National Encimpmcnt. The City Council has supplemented its appro priation of $2,000 by a still further gift of $3,000 to the hospitali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: VVABHIMGTON, D. O., MAY 20, 1882 4 I'he Hatiohal Tbibohe (Estabusheo 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TOCAflCFOflmM WHO HAS DOflNE THE CATTLE, AND FOB H18 WI&J A.'.O OWHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Jerms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (pogtace prepaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES - $1.50 - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY ax MONTHS - 7t TEN COPIES, (wjth extra copy to cetter-up of club.) 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper sent free on re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING furmshfo upon application. 3-TO SUBSCRIBERS. When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 2S-TAKE NOTICE In sending money ron subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter. a postal money order or a draft on new York is the dest form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided IiF these directions are followed. HZ" No responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions PAID TO AGENTS, W...

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