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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 July 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUKE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 29, 1882. o AFTER THE OPERA. AVc stood, one nij;ht. on Rcncon street, Bofore her family mansion. While in my hcurt the tlirobs of love "Were j-tiuRviIiiiK for expansion; "We just 1h1 left the tlicntcr, JIh1 heart! " 11 Trovntore," And, on the doorstep, talked nbout Tl:e hiumc and the i-tory. She raved nhont the wondrous voico Of StRiior Cnmpnnini; glic praised lis acting nnd Ins face, While I ttood like a ninny. 1 wanted to hut why explain? (I half Pii-peet she knew it.) I hemmed and twi-ted like a fool, And hadn't pluck to do it. I waited lonp, for sonic c.cu5o Jly f-tupid hrain perplexing:, And then, at length, a ilenco fell, So awkward and m vexinjr; Buttuddenly she hrinhtened up. Tins lovclic-t of mis-o. "Oh, by the way, did you observe Jlotc gracifuUy he Idlest " FIRST AND SECOND LOVE. CHAPTER I. A symphony of sound and light and scent; a voice of many birds twittering delicately to each other from newly built nests, amid boughs that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 July 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 29, 1882. ONLY A LITTLE LAD. He was only a little lad, Barefoot and brown, With large eyes, wistful and sad, And dark hair waving down. Over the vine-clad hills, From the golden Tuscan land. By olive groves, and by singing rill3, With a lute in his little hand, He sang; but his heart was sad At the heedless hurrying town; lie was only a little lad, Barefoot and brown 1 There wcro tears in his little voice, JIc sang and he played; Ko mother had ever heard The sad, sweet bongs he made. But only in dreams to him, On the vine-clad hills, she sang, And ever sweetest when day grew dim, And tlie bells at vespers rang. Konc knew the dreams he had, Jn the friendless, pitiless town; He was only a little lad, Barefoot and brown 1 ' ' : R E. Wcaihcrby. Rural Topics. CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Washington, D. C. Correspondence issoUcited to this column. Com munications addressed to the Rural Department of The National Tninuxit, C15 Fifteenth Street...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 July 1882

8 NATIOXAX TKroUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 20, 1882. (O SOLDIERS5 COLQFN. ONS OF VETERANS PREPARING TO FIGT FOR THE HEROES' RIGHTS. i T. sinuKaVs or a TeJeran Reply lo an In - 1 iie National Tribune Itertnraized a n I t n Ihe Iaul" trMC IndarsMHeots of i I'luK-jr Small shot IVohi the "Bojs." n ii'.'nraiel the ".ldi!" Column " in ' .- nuiulter f letton from m ' isititfMsr!"i.ip- '.'I'nl ii-'iulc 'IhImiiiii- -1 i : imi '. ' . i ui t n rr--' iiilim; loi . i inn Icltt-i - - OIK lt' "i . tc lr. f ; l 'I nit.it i, iii :.r a k-hi i iiuIk-i , I IHIC I'll t IVC ! t lu- UlUT-H- If lIHIWlila'Ilt. 1 Itf . i f tin i r A lirg siuuiN-rof i fi utii i.i t net k.J ; ii i:n- ." Tiir rr.oNT. N i io i 1"i:ii;i m-- '- :he ; ' . il c of s:i mi.- a few i - ilu? i paper the xitiTiiiN1 .uui ti. -!. of vet4'r:ni-' :n t ! : r. . ihe .- ns of e". ! 'i-j' l i.ic In?'!! tr i. ; "or t ' t : 'its' . ijfy y .. hae until i.i- khii --Tot lie i:n piinisc--t''i-ii -s .. tot e r:ippled aiiii i'..s;ti'l ;; Hi' li.it' 't i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

& &' 1W. JL'f'V, i "TViib. "i" l H' . p f 1J 1 J-( W" w C in v (J . C!" 8- a) V 5 - . i' 'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE fi&D FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1ST WASHENTGT02S-, T. 0., SATUBBAY, AUGUST 5, 1882, TE"W SETIIES. Y L, 3ST- 51. k nnHBiimii'ni'i i - b i i' i a 1 j. x i i r i i v . ui . ;.' i mi i '( i . ji? ttz . hiwtk i x .wk. "W.-T-r' - . - . i m.iti.n e i nm-BBhii n 'is " 1K .- -rk. win tin r i 1 1 " mi; ii iw ' im v. t.. onruamK a. h ;tsi t; jTDi-.yt;x .i'i irL. II illllll I t ii I " t rs.rtifl ' ' ILf V7 '" " A 'i It-n ' ' ' HATTTV. A.ir - .rarTf I - -w - YJCV irftl tl5J3. j- J - ' ' i JT1 ' '' M ?Ia?ivi- iJUivUgaMUUr irzfessi & wtujf sj -.x w i .a; . ,a v i a v n J. d ii va i - ua.-r'- .v-? ww-ej.raMiMii'i'v -p.!crr . -tm k i &. ?i cm v . ikj ri MISSIONARY RIDGE. RAISING THE SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA. CRUSHING DEFEAT OF BRAGG'SARMY. Sherman's Assault tipon Uanlce Corse's I5oW Advance ami Clelmrno's Stubborn Uofeio Alternate Attnoks ami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TTUHrXE: WASHINGTON, D. C AITVST 5, 1K:. for the purpoee,and avIio usually refuse water to outsidors. The latter is easily done, for without a string or rope to lower a can, boob leg, or bucket with, mo one can obtain the pure and precious flnid. The strings, ropes, cans, and buckets are usually purchased from the guards. Even the very few spades in the camp have been bought or traded for, and are kept concealed most of the time. When a prisoner falls into a -well, or jninps into it, it is unfit for further use, and a new one must le dug. Much sickness arises from the polluted water most of us are compelled io drink. Tnnnels are almost in variably started from what are supposed to he ncY,- wells, and the earth excavated is carried out at night and thrown into wells no. longer in use. Thus the rebels see no frosh earth, and find it difficult to discover and frustrate all these attempts at the out sot. Every morning some of their officers pass around the prison, between t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NATIONAL- TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 5, 1882. GBAKD ARMY MATTERS. RAPID GROWTH OF THE"ORDER ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. Jlrraiiccmcnts for llio Annual Encampment oflVcst crn cw York anil 3Iaine "ow Posts Organized. Camp-fire in Massachusetts Dedication of a Sol diers Monument Interesting 'eus Notes. Specinl Correspondence National Tribune. Bufealo, N. Y., August 1. The second an nual Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic of western New York, will, as already announced in The National Tribune, take place at the Buffalo Driving Park on "Wednes day, the 23d inst., and continue until the 29th. The park is one of the finest in the country, including over seventy acres, and fully sup plied with water, stand, and shelter accommo dation for thousands. It is easy of access by railway, street cars, and vehicle. Six hundred tents will he furnished by the Government, thus providing ample accommodation for all G. A. E. Posts and military organizations de siring to join the Encampmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE TnTATTOISTATi TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 5, 188 A. A 1 The National Tribune (Establishes 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. lO GAM FOB HOt WHO HAB EORHE THC BATTLE, AN3 FOR Kt6 V,iJrf AH OBPMA1W." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Terms o Subscriber, Pitysiblo in Advance: (postage toe?o) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR fWE COPIES " - - - $1.50 - G.25 OHE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - - - 7t TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to ceties-bp of club,) ------- 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of oim paper sorr run: ok h& CWC8T. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING furwshtd upon application. JiS'TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing your addresg please give former as well a3 present address, vith gounty and state. j05-take notice. in sending money fon 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 torm of remittance. Losses by mail will de most surely avoided y these directions are followed. 33-no responsibility is assumed for sub sc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C AUGUST 5, 1882. THE WAB IN EGYPT. ARABI PACHA STRENGTHENING HIS LINE ON THE ABOUKIR ROAD. The Khedive Formally Dismisses AraW from tlio XInistrr Demands of Emrland Turkish In bincerifr an"3 I-ssi!in Intrigues Resignation of tlio French JfiHMrj Latest Dispatches from llio Scbc of titc Hostilities. A cable dispatch. froin.Baurlcb, dated August 1, says : A roconnoissanco was mado on the Aboukir road to-day. It is reported that Arabi Pacha's vedettes are in close proximity to the works. The display of white flags on the forts is a moro farce. The rebels are strengthening their linos near Lake Marcotis. Scouts report seeing Arabi Pacha in camp with several European prisoners. At S p. m. the guns on our right opened fire. A FAITHFUL GOVERNOR. The Governor of Siout, with 2,000 men, is holding the town for the Khedive. Siout is the capital and the largest city of Upper ESJTt. It is tho most important military fetation south of Cairo and controls commun...

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

6 TEDS NATIONAL. TIHBTJNE: WASBINGTON, D. a, AUG-XJST 5, 1882. IN EVERY SOUND. HAY rKOIJVIf. In cvcrv sound I think I licar her feet And btili I wend my altered way alone. And fct ill I Kiy " To-morrow we shall meet." I wnloh the shadows in the crowded street Each passing face I follow one by one In every tound I think I hear her feet. And months go by bleak March nnd May-day heat Harvest is over winter wcIJ-iiIkIi done And Mill I say ' To-morrow we .-hall meet.' Among the city squares, when flowers are Hwcct, "With every breath a bili of her's seems blown Jn every sound I think I hear her feet. Jtolfry and clock the unending hours repeat. From twelve to twelve and Mill the come in none And still 1 5Ry "To-morrow wc shall meet." Oh, long-delayed to-morrow! hearts that bent Measure the length of every minute gone In every sound I think I hear her feot. Icr the suns rie, tardily or fleet, And light the letter on n churchyard stone And still 1 say "To-morrow we bhall meet.' And Mill fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NAtflONAX, TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, X). 0., AUGUST 5, 1832. ' THE CALL OF THE PARTRIDGE. STELLA A- GAJCONG. The fields arc wet, the fields are green, , AH things are glad and growing-, And freth nnd cool acrofas the pool Tlie gentle wind is blowing. Tho' humid clouds yet fill the sky, Tlie ruin hse oeaeed jte falling, i'AimI from his rail across the swale, I hear the partridge calling, Tle spotted partridge calling. Thro' the silence not a. note Hie listening ear is greeting, "But hear, O hear, how loud and clear " His call he is repeating. "What pleading lingers in his tone, "What tenderness revealing I O, soft and bweet across the -wheat A timid answer's stealing, The timid answer's stealing. Rural Topics. CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, "Washington, D. O. Correspondence issolicited to this column. Com munications addressed to the Rural Department of Tiie National TitmcNK, G15 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. O., will be appreciated. Raising Strawherkies from Seed. One of the great...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 August 1882

p f THE IMATIOAI, TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. C, AUGUST 5, '1882. s i i OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS DISCUSSED - BY THE BOYS. Injustice lo Pension Claimants Homesteads for SWiirs The Engagement at Sailor's Crock Jlnrdsliips of Tension Claimants The National Trifctsne Ifador&od Another Shower or Small Shot. ffiiK wc inaugurated the "Soldiers' Column" in TiinNATiosAi Titmri.'K the number of letters from Comrades ail over ihc country lxis increased so rap idly that wo are only able to pullish a limited mini-lx-r of them in full and extract from others. Our render will confer a favor, when corresponding for tin dejmrtyicnt, by making their letters ns concise :i possible. I,et the statements be bri;f and pointed, rnd we can then find room for it greater number, nnd they will be all tho more ofiVclive in the inter-e-ts of the soldier in Congress. If convenient, write only on one side of tike paper. A large number of letters remain over imtil next week. JirVEXUK KF.DUCTION'S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

4 "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, ANDt FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. NEW SEBXES V01" I., N- 52. ESTABLISHED 1S77. MISSIONARY RIDGE. RAISING THE SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA. CRUSHING DEFEAT OF BRAGG'S ARMY. The aragnlflcent Charge of the Army of the Cumberland-Six Guns Fired in Kapid ' Succession is Iho Signal for tho Assault upon tho Kiile-plts at tho Ba&e of tho Itidgo The 3Icn Dash Forward, Capture , the Rifle-pits, mid Without "Waiting for Orders Storm and Carry tho "Works ou tho Crest. " Cannon to the right of them, Cannon to tho left of them, Cannon in front of them Volleyed and thundered." III. JSrpfanatfon of ilap; 1 Mouth of Chickaniau- 7 Sumincrtown. ga River. 8 Moccasin Point. 2 Itailroad TunneL u 9 Orchard Knob. 3 rhattanoogn. 10 Williams's Island. 4-4 Brown's Ferry. 11 Kossville. 0 Wauhatehie. l2CEBwr'' Snrjncs. n rraven Souse. E M. SC. 14. E. 11 Ga.K. I. While General Sherman, with the pluck and persistence -which forme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

THE NATIONAL, TBIBUKE: WASHrSG-TON, D. C, AUG-UST 12, 1882. ' v of tobacco. That pipe is now used daily by balf a dozen of my comrades. "We " take turns" at ii and it affords us about the only consolation we have here. A poor fellow wag murdered last night not far from my wig wam. A bloodthirsty guard shot at a man who was standing near the dead-line smoking his pipe, but missed him and killed a man who was lying on the ground asleep some dis tance away. The entire top of the victim's skull was shattered to pieces. As a geuoral thing, the guards who murder prisoners without the semblance of provocation are mere boys just from home or foolish old men. who imagine that killing an unarmed Yankee is a very heroic achievement. In one day last month, a boy fourteen years of age murdered three prisoners froni his sentry-box. Some of the "white-coated mili tia5' who did so much shooting when our regiment first arrived here were sent to the front a short time ago, and rumor ha3 it that they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 12, 1882. 3 GRMD ARMY MATTERS. A PLEASANT REUNION OF THE OHIO VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. Bapld Groirth of the Order of the Grand Army. W Tosts Established In Yarions States Ofil clal Order from the Commander-in-Chief Hon oring a Chaplain's 3Ieiuory Memorial Celebra tion In Xew York Grand Army Xotcs of Interest. Special Correspondence National Tribune. - Defiance, Ohio, August 1. Tho Society of tho Sixty-eighth Oliio Veteran Volunteer In fantry held its annual Reunion here on tho 22d ulto. Tliero was a full attendance, each company of tho old command heing fully rep resented both by the rank aud file. Telegrams were received announcing tho illness and inability to attend of both General B. K. Scott and Gen. Geo. E. Welles. After some preliminary proceedings tho fol lowing programme was observed : 1. Prayer by tho chaplain, Rov. Joseph Por ter, late of Co. G, Sixty-eighth O. V. V. I., of Jlctz, Ind. 2. Greeting to comrades by Captain L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TBEBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 12, 18S2. V s The Iatiohal Tmbone (Established 1077.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, " To carc ron him who has dor.se the battle, and fob HIS Wi&vJ AND OflfHAN." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Torma to Subscribers, Pay-ible in Advance: (postage faepaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES $1.50 6.25 - 50 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - CVJE COPY SX MONTHS - 7t r TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-u? of clus,) 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper sent free on re- CUEST. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FonsiSHro upon application. 3-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS FLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS FRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. eaTAKE 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 if these directions are followed. 43-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid to agents, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 12, 1882. A BATTLE NEAR EAMLEH. THE BRITISH TROOPS ATTACK ARABI'S ADVANCED GUARD. Strategic Operations to Induce Arabi to Disclose his Strength In Front of his Jlaln Position Tho Esj-ptinn Forces Repulsed Details of tho En gagementThe Losses on Both Sides General Foreign Kcits of Importance. A cablegram, dated Alexandria, August 5, Bays: At 5 p. m. to-day the British troops, with a number of field guns served by sailors, at tacked the advanced guard of Arabi Pacha near Eamleh, between the Mahmoudieh Canal and the Cairo Railway, firing upon the enemy's position from three sides. Tho engagement, which is of a serious nature, still "continues. Arabi Pacha 6ent fourteen men with a white flag to tho British camp this morning. The party was received by Major Pringle, but the interview was without result. Major-General Graham will take command of tho British brigade at Bamleh. 11:30 p. m. Tho object of tho operations to day was a reconnoissanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

;a, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. O., AUGUST 12, 1882. 6 SONG OF THE HAMMOCK. Maiden also Thinks of swing, "Wants to go back, Too. Poor thing. Hi. Hour of midnight, Baby-squalling, Man in sock feet Bravely walking. Baby yells on, Now the other Twin, he strikes up Like his brother. Paregoric By tho bottle. Emptied into Baby's throttle. Naughty tack Points in air, Waiting some one's Foot to tear. Man in sock feet, See him there, Holy Moses, ITear him swear! Having crazy Gets hi? gun, Blows his head off, Dead and gone. IV. Pretty widow With n book, In a hammock By tho brook. i Man rides past, Big mustache. Keeps on riding, Naky Mash. Shady tree, BulilOing brook, Girl in hummock, Readme; book, Golden curls. Tiny feet. Girl in lmmniock Jxoks so swett. Jinn ride- a.t, Bik mustache. Girl in lmmniock ItfRkcs a " mash." 3uuh ife mutual, Day is .ct, Man and maiden Married get. n. Married now. One year apo, Koepin;; house On Baxter Kow. Ueu-hot stove, Beefsteak frying, Girl got married ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. O., AUGUST 12, 1882. 7 DE LAM' A STBAYIN'. EJioriation at a colored camp meelino. The dialed is that of a Mississippi plantation. Look out, backslider, whar you walkin' ? Make a misstep, sho you bo'n, I tell you what it's no use talkin , Ef you slip UP, chile, you gone; Do road is full cr stumps and stubble, Ruts on1 fink-boles evcrywhar', I epec' dey'll Eb vou ncaP cr trouble 'F yo' don't stop yo' foolin' dar. It's dark ez pitch an' mighty cloudy, Spec tho debbil's walkin' roun', Fust thing yon know he'll tell you "howdy" Lif ' his hoof and stomp do groun'. Man, can't you sec a sto'm a browin' ? Hear de awful thunder peal ! Look! Blazen' light'nin' thrcat'nln' ruin Oh, backslider, how you feel ? Prop on yo' knees an' go to prayin', Ax de Lawd to help you out. Chile, tell him you's a lam' a slrayin' Done got los' an' etum'lin' 'bout, An' den you'll see de stars a gleamin' 'Luminatin' all de way, Yes, 'bout ten thousan' twinklin' beamln' Smack unt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 August 1882

( ) t THE NATIOKAX, TBIBTJNB: WASBLESTGrTOlSr, D. C. AUGUST 12, 1882. 8 OUR SOLDIERS' COLUM. A BATCH OF INTERESTING LETTERS FROM THE BOYS. Keeping a Close Match on the Closing Hours of Con pros They Propose to Support hcir Friends nt the I'oIIs in tin i'litnro Ynrlor.s Snhjpcts of Interest to Comrades Discussed by the Headers of The National Tribune. AN GTTPrOKEN TKIENP Or THE SOLDIEU. To the Editor National Tribune: As a inembT of a Post of tho G. A. E. and a SHlwcriwr of your valuable paper, I take this way of expressing my high esteem and appre ciation of tho soldiers' advocate and friend. JLvery living man who foujrht during tho late rebellion to preserve what our forefathers be qHwtflied to ns through blood and treasure sHonld Ik; a patron of The National Trib ttne, because it is not only a sourco of general jicwfl, but an able and outspoken friend of the fcoldicr for his services in tho trying period of our Republic during the four years of open rcboilion. No class of people I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

vqjw zjP3 ''. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 "Whoee Sto. 53. WASHER-TOST, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882. HEW SEBIES . TOJ- II, T-1. MISSIONAEY EIDGB. RAISING THE SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA. CRUSHING DEFEAT OF BRAGG'S ARMY. Hazen, IVlllicli, Ilnrkcr, and Turcliin Gain tho Crest Almost Simullanconsly ami Pour an Enfilading Tiro Upon tlio Con federate Line Tho Captured Artillery Turncd Upon tlio Confederates Uravo Conduct of two Corporals Urals's Vain Eflbrts to Kally His Plying Troops A Panic that lie had never uefore wit nessed Seizes Theiu and Hears Them Vttth Frantic Haslo to the Hear, and Victory rerches Upon tho Hanuer of the Army of the Cumberland. IV. JZxpIanalion of Map: 1 Mouth of Chickauiau- 7 Siunmcrtown. pja River. 8 Jloccapin Point, 2 Railroad Tunnel. 9 Orchard Ivnob. 3 CJmttanoopa. 10 Williams's Island. 1-1 Brown's Ferry. 11 Rossvillc. 5 Wauhatchie. 12 Crawford Springs. 6 Craven House. E-M. & C. R. R. 11 Ga. R....

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