was until quite recently, a resident of Chicago.
The other story of Chattanooga related to the wonderful assault upon Missionary Ridge.
It was told by General Joe Reynolds, who was on the staff of General Thomas.
This officer pointed out on the map the elevation in front of Chattanooga where General Grant and General Thomas advance to the foot of the ridge, and carrying the works there, was to await orders, and move up to the summit at the proper time.
Grant and Thomas, said General Reynolds,
watched the advance through their glasses.
They exchanged very few words.
The long lines were in full view to us in the rear, as they moved forward n my brigade.
That is the Eighty-sixth Indiana, I think, and it is going up the hill.
General Thomas turned to General Grant and said:
General Reynolds says he thinks it is the Eighty-sixth Indiana, and that it is going up the hill.
General Grant gazed through his glasses for some time, until it was evide