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A FORGOTTEN HERO.
8TOnV OF THE CRISIS ON THE LEFT
Itaailinan'i Mari'li to tlia llnttlcdnlil to Aid
Tlimiiaa-OriliTa lllaoliryvil to Hava tlif
Ariny-iiiMilllaliiil lllnlury Imlorrad
by hlrriluiHU aa Truthful,
Oo(y rluht, IHWI, l.jr Anifriciatt rnM AmhniIs-
H A rtlt K T T
wim a typloiil
soldier of the
ohms known n
Ho liud liimn a
iin'tnlxir of tliu
"ivf-f J veution of 1800
rtiiiiunr wiw until
on, tin rulliod to
tlio support of
f. . i
v-I jaTTO Fourth Ohio vnl.
engaging In sev
eral minor buttles with his regiment
Colonel Kiri'diimii took command of a
brl(udt) In tlia went nnd wim oonxplcu
cms nt lVrryvillo, where lio brought up
re-enforcements in "ulck o' timo" to
(hvo purt of tho lino from oomplutu dis
aster. blflodnmn Im been given tho credit
of saving Thoiuu nt L'lilrkntiiutiga by
mi net of independent boldm. It is
!o suld (but General Gordon Granger,
who ooininitnded tho corps in which
Bleed mull led a (IIvIhIiiii, ordered tho
movement which brought about tho
grand result. I Hive below a statement
indorsed I t riteedmuii, in writing, nn
the flmt and only truthful account of
tlia part taken by bin division In Hint
fearful crisis when the fate of Thoinn
bung by a threud. Granger's corps lnul
been ordered by Iloseoruns to bold cer
tain positions in tho reur of thn army
which wu fighting at Clilckainnugn.
To Ktoedmun wns uaslgned thn guarding
of Hingold rood and bridge. After Koso
crana' right and center bod been de
stroyed and tho aouud of battle madu it
clear to tho at a (lixtunco that thn
wholo Confederate- furco Wns being
burled upon Thomas, Kti-edinnn an
nounced to hit officer and uien that ho
wm about to disobey his orders, "burn
tlio bridge and march at onco with bis
wholo forco to tiie field of buttle, "
The altuntion at ChlcksniangaisweH
known to every reader and ueds no ex
planation hero beyond tho barn stuto
inent that Thomas on tho left wan over
whelmed and wna aendlng aid in all
direction to summon help from distant
pirti of the field. Bteedmun put bin
command In motion, and after a short
march wan met by General Granger,
who inquired with much impatience
what he wan doing. "General Granger,
I am going over to tho light thutTlinitm
it having with the em my," wan tho
conrteoua reply. Amaxed, us well ho
nilght bo, mid recalled to bin proper dig
nity, Granger laid, "General, you have
been ordered by General Itdwcraim to
hold thn Kiugold bridge at all Imz.trd",
id it is a feurful thing for mi ofllocr to
disobey nil order of tlio commanding
general in the fueo of the enemy. "
Whether the. hiuguiign used In the din
logtin la given literally in the account
iudomed by titer diuun or not is of no
Cfliic(ucnco. Tho Hiint nt imin ure
tilted clearly, nnd words of thn mine
purport linmt have been lined. Hteediniin
aniwered : "True, General Granger, but
tho situation In much chuuged since I lie
iasuiug of that order, nod if tho com
manding general wen here, or knew U"
facts, ho would certainly change it mid
order mo to tho Held. Thoiuts in fight
ing iignins largo oddH. If ho run hold
lii position without tin, bn can win a
victory with tin. There, is no enemy in
our front. Wo nro doing no good hero
nnd nro much n led on thn field."
rUecdmuii wait mi impetuous volunteer,
Granger 11 ochiKileil regular, nnd the re
ply of thn latter limy bo anticipated.
Bald he, "I know you nro right; hut,
being with you, I will boociiHiiivd."
Granger wim not unduly cautious or
mnmltivo for a rorpi. commander, nnd
(louhtlctM tho volunteer general wim
from tho flrnt nwaro of thn holdncM of
bin act from tho official point of view.
Ua rcnpoiidod with curiK'NtucHs: "No,
General Granger, you Nhall not bo ceu
urcd. TIiIh Ih my niovmueiit, and I tnko
tho wholo rcKpoiiHibility of it." At that
Granger turned bin borne, to tlio front,
nying: "Yon nro right anyway, gen
eral. Curry out your purpose, nnd I will
imtuiii you." And bo rodu with him to
the field. Bteedniiiii reached tho out
kirtH of TIioiiiiih' bnttlcllelduftera long
march, and the nuiforuiHof bin men and
tlio drooping fhiga wero gray with (Hint.
Immediate orders were given to Bleed
man to drivo tho enemy out of n pioco
of timber whero tho lino wan in danger.
The men worn hardly in motion to charge
tho wood when Tlioiiuis beckoned Stood
man to bnlt nnd Hiiid, "I buve changed
my mind. " Why Thmniut no quickly
chnnged hie mind ia In wt explained in
the account wliich I linvo followed thus
far and now quoto word for word:
"On tlia extreme rlht of tlm crcHcciit linn,
which thera fueml dlrmitly lumth, tlm relullvu
quiet on thn rlilgo Uild plidiily tluit lb hull
chinKxl innHterH nnd wiih rnpldly rlianglnit
ooeuinmlH. Thn key to tlio Federal lxuiltlun huil
urely In'en nlmiulnnod, for, tlm muony Kaln
In K that hill, tho wholu rlttht of tlio ourvo wan
t their moroy hj mi enllladlnn flro, tho cen
ter, fiielnif Huutli, nnd tho left, faolng lmrlli,
rxpoHed to n fire dtroctly In tho rear, a it na
tion In Which no troopH cull luimilhly reniiiln,
That vital jiiiHltlon Bhoiild have been hehl nt
11 liuzardH Tho jilnlneMt duty (lelniilided that
to tlio last innn It should linvo keen ilefemled,
Hut It had been hniidonod. U Ionh would
linvo niiiulled ons Ionh liravo than TIxiiiiuh,
I'ointliiK toward tlio hill, ho continued, quiet
ly, Hlmvly, impreSHlvely, ut thouKh lio tvoug
nized ft terrible Mumler, but feared to bo uit
JuHt: 'Clelierul Nctloy'ii coniinund oeeupled
that rMk'o n xhort timn ulnoo nnd why lio luia
lianihined it I do not know. Poxnihly lio muy
have received au order from General Hone
trail B. Tho enoniy nro now poHtlng n battery
(hero nnd will dhurtly enlllaclo our potilllon
frith tlio lire of Its Kiina.'
"At that very limtant tho fluHU of tho gum
rnfnrrMl to and th rttl or iwnltr ln
Hit dry trmia nndnr which th twownro liiltud
oonflriiintliin of th fonr juut nxproiimot.
Ilia Vein Mng fur an Inatwit drowned, tha
nnrnl oonoludodl 'Thera, thera, Umnral
HUwiliiinii, you enn tlmlr axnot poaltlon
nowl Vou muat tnka Hint rhino. ' Mora (lex.r
t laak wna tiovor pinned lHfor a mortal, but
with a anlutn and tha reply, 'I'll do It, kn
vml,' HtiM'ilinnii rxln to hla (Mitiiliiand that waa
tiiiuliiik' ready to charge the winid It wna then
fiicJiiU. MlnuUw wero llivulliahln aa thn ('on
federals (leiioml lllndiimn wna, with all linxtn,
rrnwilliiK lila dlvlxluii forward to oreupy tha
key to thn whole fluid, To hold tlila waa to an
rum a Confederal victory, to mtnka It to
(naU'h (hnuiIIiU Vodoral vlotory from oortuln '
"No tlniB waa a"nt In riinnuerln. At tha
ooiniiiand, ')IIht fitenl Forward niarehl1 tha
dlvlalon waa moving In wdiiiniia, tha Una of
aklriiihdinra niarohliig In their position, In al
Vaiiea, (Jniiurul UrmiKer, an InUirenOKl apunta
tor, aaw hla friend HUMidiiinii on tho verin of
nusairut viuitiiro from wlileh ha oould snarna
liopa fur Ida rnturn. Indian forward, li touoh
K him on tha shoulder and aald familiarly,
'Html, old boy, It's ifuliiil to ba (leuetwl hot in
thern.' ya, Oenernl (Iranner, It li,ks so,'
Tha former in tha moat fi-elinK manner con
tinued, 'Html, If anything should happen In
tha attack, tiava you any ro,mst to innkn of
mat' To tha feellnK and most dtllnn gtmry tha
prnntleal Soldier, Without the caL Klenlll of
sentltnent, rnspondod: 'Yi-s, (leneicf (Iriinuer.
If 1 full, pleiwM, tm my bKly dix-ently burioI
and my nsma apolM oorrnvtly In thn news
linptira,' 'Is that Hilt' 'Yes, lonenil, that la
all.' Not little taken abwk, OrmiKor spurred
his horse Impetuously and roda away, muttor
InV, 'lie's deuewd cud, anyway,' whllo Hteod
tnsu aolvnd every douht and drowned avory
fancy by tha atom oominnnd, 'Forward I ' "
Hteedmun'a division did tuku tho hill
and hold it, too, tho terrible, and bhxnly
"liiirsitslioo ridge," otlierwiso thcro
would bo no glorlou memoriei of the
day to relievo tho dark retrospect of din
astrou C'hlckumutigu. Tho narrative
quoted cuya that ThomiM rode up to
Btcmliuiin and griiHped hi baud, with
tho hearty greeting, "General, yon buvo
ttved thin unnyl" All blHtoric Ml
how BUcdmuu led tho van with a regl
ineiitul Hug in bin hand and wim wound
ed while waving it to cheer bin men.
The Aug incident wan thrilling Indeed.
Thoinus mentioned it in bis report, but
tho prosuio lunguago of history fuiU to
bow how tho tido of battle wna again
turned by tho beroio soldier who wim
tho Napoleon of tho hour,
"With ovory step sdvanrvd," anys tha nsrra
tlvn, "mora vlndletlvaly did the enemy mist.
With avnry fool nalned thn lnU-ri-t of tha aa-asllsnlsilm-i-iiml.
Two thirds of tha alop had
been wnstod from tha defi-ndera, and clearly
vloUiry waa oanlbla If avery man did his duty
as bafora. At this critical Juncturo ataff
offlnor, oliservlng that tha tb reitiinent bad
turnad Its back to tha enemy and waa moving
to tha rsar, reported tha faet to his auMrlor.
A glanon In tha dlroctlon Indicated confirmed
thn startling dish, Tba regiment waa actually
marching down tba slops, lu oulom-l riding In
tha roar, Hteadman dashed along tha Una and
firmly commanded, ' lb, baltl' Tba men
obeyed tba command of their general, who In-
Untly aald: 'Colonel , Una la all nils
take. I bars given no orders to fall back,
Movo at onea up tho slope to your position.'
Instead of accepting tba opiwrtunlty to ra
trlars bis srror tba ndonel replied piteously,
'Oenersl, my reglmsut bss suffered W rrlbly.'
'I know It, oolouel. All (ha reglmrnU bava
suffered aeren-ly, and I am aorry for It, but
wa bava lima neither for regrets nor discus
sion. Yoa will at onoa movo your command to
your position.' Having no lore for that 'posi
tion' tha colonel replied Hint ha did not bo
llovo his wen would gu UP there again. A
mora slianieleaa alnndi r upon trua men coward
llpa never uttered, for Hteedinan, taking tha
colors from tha bands of tho color bearer, re
plied, 'You can go off thn Meld and dlcgraca
yourselves, but as ud n-lgna yoa shall not
dlsgraca this Bag,' and wheeled bla bora to
"Thn bumlllntlon wsi g dllng and stlrrod
sergeant of tha regiment to make a manly ap
peal, 'Oenernl,' aald be, 'wu will defend Hint
flag If somebody will lead us.' 'Ilrava ls s, 1
will hl you,' suld bteeilinnn, Waving the Aug
alwuru his bend. 'I will unr your Hag If you
will defi-nd it. 'Tent Ion, Hi I 'llout food
Korwnnll uliln qnlekl Mnrehl' The com
mands wero obeyed, nnd spurring Ids homo up
the sliiiont a gallop, (lie men followed closely,
rending tho sir with their ahouts. The aw-
they hud alianiloiied wiu already Ullcd witb
rneniles, who poured a stream of balls that
torn tho Dug Into shreds as It waved nbovo
I their commander's bend noil made tinvoa with
tlio lino. It wim the work of but a few mo
ments. A few Icnps forward, ami riOxtlinnu's
horse plunged forward to tho earth lu tho
throes of dint h. Ills rider wns tlirow n violent
ly fnr over his bond and severely stunned.
Tho lirsvo men paused for nolhlug but their
flatf, which they Iniro to tho front, win ro they
fullilled their berola promlMi next faithfully.
" liccoverliiK aoinewhnt from thn shock pro
duced hy thn full, tha genernl lionnd up bla
bb-edlng hands and moiiutid naother borso.
Drendful I'altle rnged all along his weakened
and menuer front, lllndiiian'a divlhloii of vet
erans, with every dvantuk'c, hud Iswii forced
to yield before tlio Valor of bteedmiin's two
brigadea. With t no deafen Inn shout nnd ono
stinging volley tho latter charged mid curried
tho croet of tho ridge."
Tlm Confederates matin several des
peratn nttempU to recover the rldgo,
Cniilly throwing thn Ntrength of several
0KNKHAL J. D. 8TKKHMAN.
brigades ngniiiHt it. Btcedman's men
helped repnlHO every charge nnd lost
over a third of their numbers. In spite
(if bis injuries, tho general kept the
Itiddlo until tho crisis was over.
The oflioial reports of Generals Gran
ger nnd Steediunu clearly afllrm tlint
Granger ordered Bteedman to inarch to
tho nid of Thomas. Neverthless Steed
mnii, over his own signaturo, indorsed
as truo to history tho account which
crodit3 him nnd not his superior with
initiating tho movement and insisting
npon its prosecution. All reports and
sotnioflloiul histories accord unstinted
pniiso to Bteednian nnd mako him chief
among tho subordinate heroes of Chick
amunga. (iKOitoB L. Kilmer.
Friend I can't help wondering why
a man on yonr Binnll snliivy shonltl give
; his nlllancud n cluster diamond cngngo
Mr. Bimu'tclmpp That's so she
I won't Blip it olT and leave it up stairs
-when tho other follows call. Lo'idou
llarvntliig tha Crop by Mkclilnery flood
Hand CulU rs Illustrated and lesirlld.
For liiirveHling tho corn crop many
devices buve Imen prrrKsw-d during the
pat few years, Thn mont common is the
fclel with a knife or saw attached to the
side, This is to bo hauled along the corn
row, slicing off tho stalks as it goes. It
is bard to hutil and will not work well
when tho com Is badly down. Last year
attention was called to a corn harvester
which cuts tho corn and loads it into
tho wagon. It is suoccssf ol, but expen
sive and useful only for those who Lave
liirgn arena to etit.
Itural New Yorker thinks that the
coming corn harvester will be nindo
omowbitt liko tho model sketched in
TIIK COMINO COIIIf HAItVESTEB.
the first cut. There is already a ma
chino on the market something like
this. It is said to weigh only 800
ponmbt and will cut and hold corn that
stands up well. Instead of the knife fur
cutting, a sharp revolving disk catting
against a knife edgo will be better.
As corn is still cot in many sec
tions by hand, the corn cutters illus
trated in tho second cnt may prove ng
Restive. Fig. 1 shows a knife which bat
tho rslge bulf of the bhule corrugated,
crimped, by being passed flutwine be
tween two ridged rollers when the
bliwle ii ground to an edge from one
side only. The result of this is an edge
erratnd and toothed like a saw, bat the
cutting edge of curb tooth is smooth
like that of a knife, and the blade can
be NhtirS'ned on a grindstone like any
knife. The advantage of this knife is
that it sticks wherever it touches, and
it cnts too. It requires only half u
much effort to cnt a hill of corn with
this cotter as with the smooth cotters.
Tho foregoing wns originally sketched
ami donrribed by Ohio Farmer, authori
ty also for the cutter shown at Fig. S
and especially adapted to down or lean
ing corn. It is made of an ordinary
heavy bock cutter, such as is sold at
hardware stores. The cnt will explain
bow it is made, the dotted lines show
fic2 . LJ
TWO GOOD ColtN CtTTKItS.
ing tho cnttor before treatment. th
rnlid lines after treatment. The corner
of the blade should be rut out witb a
cold chisel, and euro should be taken
when beat iug the born not to beat the
bLido so us to draw tho temper.
Another suggestion (although old to
many, it may lie new to some) is that of
cutting corn "railroad" fashion or by
going through the fir. two rows where
tho shocks ure to stand t.iid trying the
stumbirds, cutting on'y the two rows in
which they are tied, then taking a sin
gle row on one side and going the whole
length of tho row, stopping ut each
shts'k to set tip tho armful cut between
tho shocks, then going back on the other
side of the row of shocks tho sume way
and so on till nil tho rows nro cnt Tho
lust row cut, tho shocks are tied. In
cutting this way tho work is all straight
ahead, and com can be cut faster by
this method than by cutting one shock
at a timo.
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