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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

amUlllllllllllllllllllllH 'rj,i.y ;., 3 er.-i's,rS-TareSi"S "j SUwJfESP BBHfflBBHHHSKHWWB?! rjft -VT JW"j3- ; . "-41'- - V--J rr, "5 3 $ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. P tUR GROWING COUNTRY. 3is Industrial; Commercial, Railroad, andAgricuUiiral Development FINANCE AND TRADE. latest Reports froin Leading vBusniess Centres. It is stated that the shipments hythe "barge lines for export from St. Louis amount to one third of the east-bound tonuaRC which passes tiiroush Chicago from the North and West The Harrison Steanishp Line is sending from Ucw Orleans three steamships per week laden -with miscellaneous cargoes. Atone time last week there were seven vessels in Xew Orleans harbor, clearing for foreign ports. Six of these vessels wore receiving grain from floating ele vators and the seventh from the St. Louis elevator. An inquiry for space to load 2,500 tierces oflard was answered to the effect that tonnase for heavy freight had been engages for Slarc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

'jSjf.'-JH-J i . "C"?' 4.. jT IS " aw ft Wm tTw to fowit t&e totflic, mut fov Ws wiflow and 0tirtw. WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY,: APRIL 19, 1883. ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. YOL. 11-10. 36 -WHOLE NO. :.. jmm. HBS j "r . 5mmmg2ms&3z-4ku Z. - 1 iai fc I I l l 1 hi 1 ij 1 " ! ' chOhhwi ssrKSflrwasi ".. n m- in 1 a m '! 1 m .r T-mnmrrjm ?;j 1I.qJtJ ' satf-lT. j 7 rvfrrrr-'TBf -rrfftSf nlli 7 TllB TVn IrifTiiFtinfJ" fP3?2lsSJii! gfejBigllifc-iPi THE WAR I THE WEST. The Kentucky State Guard and the Home Guard. iD33QDER TWO ELAGS. TOieMcCl ellan-Euckner Treaty Respecting "Neutrality." 3SKEEKESTIa LETTERS. ColdComfort for His Excellency Governor Magoffin. The ramifications of the conspiracy against the autonomy of the Union that developed in tho winter of 1SG0, extended throughout the area of the slave territory of the United States. It had existed in the minds of its ahettors for many years, and to their influence upon legis lation must he attributed the fact that the out break of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

A - 4' "KS 7-C-"P J-V, !. --- . J.. -, - si --fc eit.J-.i'i- i ,- 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON; D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, -1883: a Vvi'.J iw'-rSSsjSa r' - , "I WW IflAH'S PLAN, AM Isw Miss Bean Came (o Adopt It at Last. "Bfll'c take tJis umbrella, hadn't yo?" sug gested a voice from the shadows of the dingy doorway. Wiw IXmi looted doubtfully at Uie combina tion of fitdfld cloth aud uncertain bones, thou Still ino-c don"tfftil"y attbe lowering, dripping sky, akd accepted the former as Hie Iet of two evils. It was a rheumatic, dispirited um brella, wra out by long lwttJitts against the Etonns of the world. It protested sullenly and croaking! v against every effort to raise it, and when iMx-?ii8 did not avail, it yieldedsuddenly and shr tip with a -vicious velocity, pinching the fins-rs and endangering the eyes of its holder. AfUr that one flash of spirit, how over, it dropped again, aud one side flopped dejectedly. One-Med and out of joint., like most other things that fall to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

lWiW3$0'f0 -- -w,-" .' -S ---v. ?& ,- V JT THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883; 'mMSWMSSSSMiS-dQ s- - -v -?. JftlF t - -: ' r RURiJL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. If ATURAX. HABITATS OF TEEES. Mr. E. Douglas, tlie famed tree grower of Waukepm, 111., calls attention, in the Garden er's Mtmtldy, to tie fact that the aspen poplar invariably springs up in forest lands after they have been burnt over. He also alludes io the circumstance that trees are not always found naturally in the only conditions suited to their growth, and that many of the swamp trees, so-called, are well adapted for growing on high lands, bat that the seeds are of such a nature that they will not germinate on high lands in the natural forests. We have so frequently, met evidence of the above as to question as to whether plants were aiwwvs found naturally under conditions most tititbttdc to their growth. The finest swamp iegml:a6 we have ever seen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

"a " 1l?4 ,." r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON) D. . 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. 3 The National 'Tribune. (Established 1877.) K. JO CAKE FOR MrM WHO HAS DORNE THE BATTLE., AHO hUH "fclS WIDOW AKC ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LtMOOLK. The vmjwtv of thc fubuc bebt of the Unjted -states, authorize dv law, wcluwkg debts incurred f&r RAWEST OF HSiSIOKS AMD BOVtfHCS nO SetWOES IN SUP-r-BE6SIN0 IKewRRCCns OR BEKLUOK, 8HALL HOT BE OOES- "tjoned." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, CoNTmmon of the Uwteo Gtatcs. I CONStM-R IT THE ABLEST PAPER flevWTGD TO THE JNTER tBT6OrTHCOUWRlJH0THEOOlNTr. 1 EASNCSTLY commend it to all comhadce of the owoer." Paul VakDowoort, CpMnt.t--Cter. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar er Year. Jfc2TERt6 OF SUBSCRIPTION-vably cash m ftDVANCE. MOH&t FORW TWBBWWE THAN W BMW JTRED LETTER, POSTAL HOWS OftOGR, OR OflAFT OW NEW yORK, WILL aC AT THC HK OF THE 6EHOER, AS ALSO ALL ilD3CR(PTlCXS WWD TO ASEMTS. X-RENEWALS. SuDBOWeERt CAN awavs awertais JTHU DATE vmEK THEJR USSORlTOl WILL EXP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

iVfi& sSu Vhfe. & A .r-t:!ujw?' rr-pK3 vs-biu: wtMMMPW&MK -L in , ' tA A- " '-vil THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHQrGTONp D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. ,& fcMyC''llI . & Hi. NEWS OF THE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics, Postmaster-General Gresham has approved a design for the new two-cent postage stamp. The stHtnp contains a tablet upon which is a profile of Washington, rimUar lo that on the -present tlirec-oent' stamp. Surrounding the profile is an oval hand. 3a the apper part of the hand the words " United States postage," heneaththe hand a large "2," and at the ex treme bottom of the tablet the words "two conts." The design will be returned to the American Bank-Kote Company of 2Jew York for engraving, after which the Department will deride upon the color to he aea. It is estima ted that the reduction of letter postage under the new law from three to two cents will reduce the revenue of the Post-OSce Depart xuent, on the present vol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

fflfflfflfflra1? r 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. 35SSS K TrJE GRAND ARFY, -Musters, Camp-Fires and Reunions Illinois Comins io Ik Front. TheSlh of April the eighteenth anniver sary of lice's surrondor was very generally observed by our comnidcs of tlic Grand Army, Epccial Camp-fires being held in many cases in commemoration of the event, and onr reports this -week will be found of unusual interest. On another page we give the results, as far as Iniown, of the recruiting done on that day. During the past week wc have complied Tv-kh rooncsts for blank applications for Post charters from the following: Alfred Koch. East Sandy, Pa.; John Bevan, JJcudnn, Ohio; J. B. Hyer, Boanokc, Lid.; Chat. Brawn, Placerville, Colo.; Lcandcr Ellis, Walton, Ohio; P. Bean, Warren, VL; B. Pal mer, ftoal City, 111.; X B. Roberts, Eockfort, W. Ta.; Elijah Kcpncr, Fairfield, Minn.; Belle Plain, Ivan.; A. J. Higgins, Win- tersville, Ho.; Chas. A. Mathews, Fairfield, 111.;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. WOMAN'S AUXILIARIES Two KMs of Meetings The Duties of Individuals. YL Having: briefly gno over the duties of offi cers aid ttowwittoes of a Woman's Auxiliary, G. A. U., the preseMfc paper will be given up to the individual members of such associations auA what may property be required of them as participants in ihe regular meetings for the transaction of business, and such other matters as may from time lo time come up for consid oratioH. As these word, are written, two pic turus present themselves as object lessons in paint. They are pictures of woman's meet ings. One may serve as a fearful warning, the other as a model Avorth the following. They are belli from life. Hrst moating. Hour appointed, 3 o'clock p. is. Present, on lime, the president and one member. The president i-cats herself and looks over Faie memoranda. Tc minutes elapse and lo more ladies cnt-r slyly and take seals next the door. The pr sidc-nt leav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 April 1883

. -"J-J " -v-. -1 --. ft "".k- . Q THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. Mm GROWING COUNTRY. tits Industrial, Commercial, Itailrcad. and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. IBatest Reports fironi Leading Btishiess Centres. ,The main IniHdiiis for tlie Southern Esposi lileii to open at Louisville, Ky., August 1, is -mow in a fcuiUeicutij'-udvaawd stpe of coa ftiriictio5t to give the 6p.'ctator some idea of its extensive proir:ions. It wiH be one of the Jnrcst evpljsitioii .mil lings ever erected, ns will -Te-een from the Mlowring compiriboni of the laraa in square fuel of the main Imildings of the 'world's creat industrial exbsl.tiens: aghast li7,5a C57.-3O0 Now York, 1KT.3. ........ ...... .......... .... faroi,, scxk.................. ................ "Vicjijiu, iSTX. ...... ........ ............ . ... i.O)(t(ll lra.tl.MW.Htn..HtMHMHMtl lMtf!itde.i1iiH, tilii........ .................. Atlanta, 5H41 ............-.-.--.-...... Southern lxitoaili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

,r " "V J -It Rv5 "f&a mt iw tSm vtoa W tome m tettte, aafl ft ftfe wffow anil flutes " ESTABLISHED 1877 .-KEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. VOL. II-NO. 37 .-WHOLE NO. It--iTfts" .". fcT-jps,, t.-, ,g-sl-,"-.--T ---'" '- t-pw.f. -- -TUp.-r-JL "-.Ussj-jy-c 1 a . I ii 1 1 - . n. jawvv ivbmw :--r- v: r THE IM IN THE WEST. t . Uprising of the Unionists in East Tennessee. 3SELSOST AND GARTER Hungry and Footsore the Union Refugees March into Camp. QAM? JOE HOLT. The War Fever at Its Height in the Fall of 1861. iLnyiacconnt of the operations of the Union forces in Kentucky in 1661 would be incom plete -without a reference to the uprising of the Unionists in East Tennessee. Early in June a convention of Union citizens met in Greenville, East Tennessee, the home of Andrew Johnson, to devise ways and means to oppose the schemes of the secessionists. A committee of safety was appointed and resolu tions of unalterable fealty to the National Government adopted. lieutena...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. A CHJ1ETH0ME COMEDY Illustrating tlie Permsiiy oMan .and Sagacity of Woman; Onowilfcryafifcmoon in September, two-years ago, Mt. Thomas Racket, the sole surviving partner in the -well-known firm of Murrablc, JJaclrettA Co., walked quickly np a sheltered carriasHlrva whioh led to a oJraiiug little Louse lying within :i mile of Fordhani, West chestorcounfcy. Now York. Murmbfe, ltackett & Co., as probably every one is aware, are Oriental merchants; nndJMr. Eackoti -was romrutng heme after a year's ab sence in India, whither he had been suddenly siimuio'uid in consequence of the death, of his neleaud partner, Mr. Algernon Backett. Tliis uncle had for nearly a generation been the Calcutta renresuntafctve of the firm; and after Iiaviug ior'inore than a quarter of a century done his best to ruin his constitution by the reckless nsuintion of curries and Bass's ale, ho had finally succumbed to a wholly unfore seen attac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Mdcis. BBIEF SEASONABLE HINTS. It is a pleasant matter for contemplation that order, regularity and neatness are not opposed to, but that they go hand in hand with, good cultivation, and nowhere is their appearance of more 'moment than in tne larm - garueu or house-yard, where their appearance indicates thrift and refinement to the members of the household as well as to visirors, and adds to the enjoyment which may be derived from contem plating the gradual growth and development of vegetation. For the belter enjoymene of this never-ending delight the walks and paths 6hould be kept clean; it will not pay ono to grow weeds anywhere least of all, among other crops. The National Tkibuxe has readers in every State in the Union, so that while some aie only thinking of sowing, others are think ing of gathering the same kind of crop. It is, consequently, impractica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON; D. 0., THURSDAY; APRIL 26, 1883. The Iatioml Tribute (Established 1877.) Zl TO CARC FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THC CATTLE, AND TOR rtis wwowand orphans." Abraham Lhcolk. 4THt UMJWTY OF THC PlUC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, AVMOfaiBD OV LAW, IWOUJOING DEBTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF PEWStONS AND BOWtTKS FOR 86RVKE8 IN SUP TRE3WJ WMUMMCTWK OR RCKLUON, SHALL NOT BE OtIESv tiowec. Sec 4, Art. XJV, Cokotitutwm of the United tatk. I OWIWHI JT THE ADU&T paper DWOTED to the inter CSTSOF'4EaOLMGPUjeHeeMtTHEOOtMTIW. I EARNESTLY COMU&NefTTe AU. OSMHAOeS OFTHCORDER." Pa. VanDewoort, CoMWPCit m-Cwor, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JGSTGIWilC OF CRIrTK 1NVAR4ASLY CASH IN fVWA'Mfc 'ttOHW IWWMWW OTHBfWMC THAN BY FEWS- terce lettes, postal monet bobr, or mt on new York, wu kwtne hk of the semobs, as also all euiosoMPnoiw who tw amcmts. -CUrntKCWALS. Swwwtwefts oam awaye ascekt.'HN THC DATE WHO THBft StMHCWITW! WU. DVMC BV LOOKIttG AT THE KUMMR ON THC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THUKSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. NEWS OF TtjE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. The statue of Prof. Joseph Henry, so long the dirotrof the Smithsoniau Institute in this city, was unveiled on the 39th inst. in the Xiresonceof a large multitude. Jt is of bronze and occupies a position on tjiegrouuds near the Institute. After the Marine Band had played a selection, prayer was offered by Eev. Dr. A. A Hodge, of PriHceton, and an address de livered by Chief Justice Waitc, of the United States Sepromc Court, after which the voil was dropped, and the statue stood revealed. A chorus of 150 voices tben sans "The Heavens are Telling." President Noah Porter, of Yale O&Hege, delivered the oration. Among the persoos upen the platform were W. W. Corepran, of Washington; Bobert CWinthrop, of Boston; ox-Secretary of State James G. Blaine; Geergc BsMcroft, the historian, aut "General Sherman: the Ministers of Great Britain, France...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. TfJE GRAND AffljY. Preparations for Memorial Day Re ports from the Departments. Praparations arc now actively going forward in evory Department for the observance of Memorial Day, and the celebration this year promises to be more impressive than ever be fore. Tiie programme adopted in New York is especially elaborate. Ad'ioes from National Headquarters state that Commander-in-Chief Yau Dervoort, ac companied by Surgeon-General Ames, left last week for San Francisco, in accordance -with the plane outlined in oar last issue. During the past -week Tiie Tkibuke has eoitt blank applications for Post charters to the following;: J. J. Kent, Haralinton, Pa.; J. G. Wbalen, Oaktoua, Ind.; H. J. Babbitt, Albion, N.Y.; W&$cr 35. Walton, MiuSen, Mich.; David W. Wfllcfe, Avondale, Mich.; Allen Alberson, Tanner's Greek, Ya.; Is". J. Johnson, Kasson, Mian.; J. F. Spuldlng, Coloma, Wis.; S. F. Nsker3 Iroquois. 111.; A. W.Horn, Pi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. : f TltJ ? ) WOIjM'SlUXiLipiES Our Correspondents A Poor Pcnsion ' cfs Letter, &c, til Ijhe.Treult. of , my communications to Thx Tkircxe has "been the receipt of a mass of cor respondence, varied in character from the sim ple inquiry to the letter of thanks and encour agement, or the application for sympathy and assistance. As the appeals of the wounded vet eran arc always uppermost in my thoughts and desires, the prcfeicnce is given to a letter from a Pennsylvania veteran, who tells a pitiful story of his privations and domestic sorrows. Its publication may stir up the soldiers and the sailors' wives in the old Keystone State to the necessity of organizing", in order to assist just such worthy cases as the one under considera tion. The writer fortifies his request for aid with a letter from Superintendent P. S. Schultz, of the Danville Insane Asylum, where the poor man's son is confined, saying the boy is very ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 April 1883

3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Batest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The third annual meeting of the "Woman's Si3k Culture Association of the United States -was held in Philadelphia on the 19th inst. It was fv-lt "by the association that nothing would Efcrve so will to give impulse to silk culture as tire use of laud for the growth of trees. Should other States follow the noble example of Cali fornia, it would not.be louj: before our agricul turists would be able to retain the $30,000,000 that is now Invested in foreign lauds for silk for the United States market. In France silk culture is a part of the national education sys tem for pirls. Philadelphia has seventy-four silk manufacturing establishments or mills, employing G,0S6 people. The value of silk jroods urouured in that city in 1S32 -was $G,G94, 600. Mrs. Lucas, on behalf of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 May 1883

?As- - -. 4 rM ff rate in turn wtw to tromc iKtfattte, m& fat fete Mm aafl orpfeattf. ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. Washington, d. a, Thursday, may 3, 1883. YOL. n-NO. 38 -WHOLE NO. 90. BSm .. I .a. a jA Mil I ITf'M I u BLOODY ROUND TOP. The Key to the Position at the Battle of Gettysburg. GENERAL G. K. TVAEREN. Death of Weed, O'Rorke, Vin cent and Hazlett. THE HEROIC DEFENSE. Details of the Occupation and Defense of Little Round Top. By Adjutant Farley, UQlh K. Y.Inf. The following letter and accompanying in closure from General G. K. Warren will be read with interest by his host of friends in the Army of the Potomac: Newport, "R. I., Dec. G, 1SG7. Uajor-Ccncml A. A. TIUMrnRinrs, Chief of Engineers, U. S. A. Dcin General. : There is an account of the cir cumstances attendiiir ihc death of O'ltorkc on the battle-field of Gettysburg on July2,lSG3, just published In the Democrat and Oivonide at Roches ter,, N. Y., tliat I have thought of sufficient Interest to the members f our co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 May 1883

THE .NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, . D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1883. E HflEMAM'S STORY, Wiiai Came of Goiag to cep Sfoamboai Boilor v "An? j -n 4re ihatte flic steamboat 'Flamo over bj ; h " . "OerUagl I could tell her pipe across the river." "And von will overhaul her?" "WWtwe though! I tell ye, stranger, S04 sure 8 hit. nsurts's lien Blower, that' that last tar-bar i have in the furnace has put jist the smart rhanae of go-ahead into us to cut the 'Flame from yonder pint or send our boat io ktasrioNk eowc." Tlit 4cvil ! " exclaimed a bystander, -who, intens 1 iuKiested in th? race, was leaning the wati? asainst the partitions of the "boiler room. " tvo chosen a nice place to see the fun, near this dnferaal powder-barrel." " Not sq bad as If you were in it," coolly ob served lUa ss ho oflior walked rapidly away. 'As if he were in.it! iu what? in the boilort" . "Oortiwgi Dotft folks somotaracs go into boiler?'' 44 1 &M think thcre'd he other parts of the boat more comfortable." "Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 May 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1883J "1 K RURiJL TOPICS, Some 'Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. EED GBOWTNG. The growing of seeds for the farm, the vege table garden and the flower garden, is an in dustry of immense magnitude and value. It is yearlV increasing in this country, although largo quantities of certain kinds are imported from countries where the climates are better adapted for their culture than has yet been found here. When we consider the great range of climates in the United States, it would seom that locations could be found for the eminent production of all plauts natives of temperate and semi-tropical countries. The lands on the western side of the continent, bordering on the Pacific, will soon be employed in this industry of seed raising. Yfashington Territory and Oregon have climates and other favorable conditions which will produce in the best perfection many of the seeds now imported from the cool and moist countries ...

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