Press enter after choosing selection

Poor Policy

Poor Policy image
Parent Issue
Public Domain
OCR Text

Theoongrenof the Unlted Btateafortb past few yeanbatgone Into ¦paama, everytime a friend of tlie ariny has flared Ui cxpress liig opinions regardtug the toolish and picaynne policy adopted toward imlortant hrnixli of the gorernment service. Kvcn the continually reeaniag ma irhasi a band af leveral hundml [ndbuc, well fed by the government, earrylag crcllent ann -ohl üulm liy ]ios( traden aml others, surnnind i handful of troopt and butcher thera In cool blood, liave Imd no effect. The poor wkllen, wliat few w liavc of tliciii, must lx; made the rfetlnu of Umm red derlk, jnat baouua knm f the old taggj iM)lili ans in congress secastronir ceutrali.ed hfm of {fovernuient in n tandnjf army of tnfficient Domben to [irotcct our bordi It would seem as thoujih Hm fatc of the noble (en. ("ustcr aad his men Oüftll to liavr lUeooed all opposition. Hut it hnd no perceptible effect. The horild pliantoms of that big N were not redmed in the least by Üw eveiit. Nok there lias ban another uselo ilaufbter, a haiidfiil of soldiers andr Capt. K. C. llcntig, of the Othcavalr}-, of Oen. ('irr's conimund. were surroundcd at ('ubico Creek, in Arizona, and i'very onc of theni inancic.l To be suro the loss of life is not as great as at fint reported, but it takel the loss of but few soldirrstogreatly weaken ourfronticr arniv and that there stoonld have been any very material Iosk is doe to the exceedingljr poor iwlicy of makiiiK one soldier cojw witli 60 rad men, whioh be lins todnon aniivi We hope the eonlag weakta of congress will remedy this evil, to a certain extent, at least.


Ann Arbor Courier
Old News