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The Bond of heroism. Blending of the blue and gray. The Chicago Tribune of July 14, 1894, republishes the following from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.: At General H. V. Boynton's talk about the Chattanooga campaign, before the Army and Navy Club, two good war stories were told. The audience embraced distinguished ex-Confederates as well as ex-Union officers, together with many officers of the regular army. General Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, was one of the ex-Confederates present. His brigade was one of the three or four which Cleburne marched to the northern end of Missionary Ridge and successfully pitted against Sherman in the hard fighting for possession of Tunnel Hill. When General Boynton had concluded his talk General Mills showed on the map where his brigade had fought. There was an incident, he said, connected with that battle which I recollect very distinctly. I am not able to tell it all, and perhaps some one here can complete the story with the