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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 May 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 0). G., THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The May returns of -wheat to the Depart ment ofAgriculture make condition, compared with April averages, materially lower in New York and Michigan and in Ohio and Illinois. Farther injury was wrought by frost early in April, aud in the more Northern districts the real damage "by fcirch freezing was more fully disclosed as the covering of snow aud ice d:s eppoared. The average is 77 for New York ; for Michigan, S3; for Ohio, G2; for Illinois, GG. In Indiana the condition averages 75, and New Jerwy repqrts 101, both the same as in ApriL All the remaining Northern States show an im provement since the April report, a5 well as the Pacific coast and nearly all of the Southern Stales. The average condition of the -winter wheat is S3i, against SO in April. It should be under...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

W! Wattmral 3tftatsi& 0 raw tfw Mm wTw to Xt0vwc ttgfct$t, and ft fcte vt'xfow and Mylxw" A- ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. VOL. n-lTO. 41 -WHOLE NO. 93. Wstgffi ARMY OF THE POTOMJLC Its Long and Arduous Service Graph ically Described. THE "VETERANS' REUNION In the City They So Gallantly Defended. OME ANNUAL ORATION, By Hon. Martin Maginnis, of Montana Territory. There grows up in every army a body of men who, meeting on. the field in all the emu lation of good soldiership and in camp in all the glow of good fellowship, who, sharing to, gothor dangers and pleasures, sorrow and joy, become lwund forever by the ties of comrade bip. They are inspired by one purpose ; their regiment Is their home; their army is their wuictunry ; their country the world which they would die to save. Following all the campaigns eurviving all its accidents, they become the representatives of the army and the witnesses who attest its history. It is boasted that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

1 ?5s,r'B:jfi- "" -"fir -, r 0 --.fc THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: Mf, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. WASHING .,.. .,,.ltL W j i COMPANIONS IN p& The Army of the Potomac Once More At the Front. A -HOUSING BBUmON. The Parade and Excursion Feasting and Speech-making. The fourteenth annual jleunion of the Soci ety of the Armv of the Potomac, which took place in this city on Wednesday and Thursday of hist woek, was in every respect a great suc cess. The weather, which earlier in tiie week lisid boon hoisierous, avjs bright and beautiful, and nothing occurred to interrupt the pro gramme of festivities. The hotels, public build ings and many business houses, including the oilic of ThkNatioxalTijibune, were hand somely decorated in honor of the occa-ion, and the capita presented quite a martial appear ance. During the early hour- of Wednesday morning the veterans held impromptu recep tions at iheir several headquarters, but shortly after 11 o'clock they assembled, 10 the number of somo ;?. at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

'iAV-dcSra5 L. '"A "WEIWi 'SASSSW . J "&. ?X2g! tjSWMKS' . -W" 2t. m ( "). THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. ?Ss.i6?&-lSJl5iiSs C?2w!it?wVS3SSi!nKi-w2&Vl ,i?tow--3afTi?i?!,iLiS2S' ftagS8W$sagg8 r s--wr -- --? t--bi"--zv-n-TN - c - RURiJL TOPICS, iSomc Practical Suggestions for Oar Agricultural Headers. GAELIC. The botanical name of garlic is Allium sativum. It is a bulbous perennial, indigenous to the couth of France, Sicily, and southern Europe. It is largely cultivated for its bulbs, which arc much esteemed in culinary preparations. Every part of the plant has a pungent, acrimo nious taste, and a peculiar, unpleasant odor, which is very penetrating and diffusive. The bulbs'yiold by distillation an essential oil, -which is of a dark brownish-yellow color, and which decomposes at its boiling tempera ture. It has an exceedingly pungent odor, and a strong acrid taste, and when applied to the skin produces irritation, and sometimes blis ters, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

! ir --T- -ra, -"B-Ci- ! ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. Flpsfsp The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) T. TO CAKE TOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR MIS WIDO AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. THE VALTO4TY OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED ETATES, AUTHORITED BY LAW, INCLUDING DEBTS WOURREB FOR PAVVENT Or PCNMON6 AND OOUMTtES FOR 6ERWCES IN SUP PRESSING INSURRECTION OR BGBCLUW, SHALL KOT BE QUES TIONED." SEC , Art. XIV, Constitution or the United States. i constdcr it the ablest pwcr devoted to the inter nets of the souwef) published t. the country, i earnestly commend it to all 00aws of the order." Pawl VanDerwort, COMtMrnMotK-CwGr, G. A, R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar er Year. J6SFTERWS OF SUBSGRIPTKJN Inw.bably cash in ADVANCE. MOHEV POtWAROBB OTHCBWIM THAN BV R6WS TERED LETTER, POSTAL MftWT OftDEK, OR OBAFT ON KEW VORK, WILL BE AT THE WK OF THE BENDER, AS ALBO AU CUDSCRtPnOMS PAIS TO ASEMTC. JKiTRENEWALS. Sumommm can always ascertain THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

fjv t3Jjr5 fjSJj THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAT 24, 1883. 5 NEWS OF THE WEEK, m Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. ' The appointment of Jfr. Walter Evans, of Louisville, Ky., as Comrafeionar of Internal Bovenue was not finally decided upon by the President nfJtil 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. Up te tlmt hour the chances of the appointment of Silas P. Dntclior, of Nevr York, wore snp- 5osed to be good. By desire of the President, Private Secretary Phillips telegraphed Mr. Rntcher that the appointment had been decided iipn, and that ho need not come Gn. ilr. Ivraas is about forty-eight years of age. He is n lawyer by profession, though he has been an oflloe-lmWer most of the time dnring tho past ta yews. He held for a long time the posi tien of ceJlector of internal revenue at Louis villa. .Last fill! lie ran as the Eopublican can dwitite for governor. Mr. Evans was informed of his appointment by telegraph. He is ex pelled te tftke charg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

;Fji:"K r" - -? r "."'. .- --iA-r r.ipV. -Tfc)-55.'.-3i-J.iaj M.r Mt - - mmiiwi , THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. MMBWWBBWBHgBM PP5PP115?IWP1I? GRAND AffljY. A Testimonial to Baltimore Prepara tions for Memorial Day. Commandor-in-Chicf Van Dervoort left As toria, Oregon, on the 13th iusL, for San Fran cisco,nnd will shortly return to National Head quarters at Omaha. During the National Encampment at Balti more, last June, a resolution -was adopted pro viding that a testimonial should be presented to the city in appreciation of the general hos pitality extended on every side. The matter was referred to a committee consisting of Gen eral H. A. Barnum, of New York city; General William Ward, of New Jersey, arid Ex-Governor Hartranft, of Pennsylvania. The com mittee decidod to prepare a bronze tablet in stead of ongrosscd resolutions, and a design tendered by L. S. Jaoquin was unanimously ac cepted. The tablet, wh ich is wholly of bronze, is about two an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

TErSir V' "tK . A VERY DARING RAID, Something Atal Straight's Expedition. The Fight at the Bridge. To tlic Editor Natioxai. Tkihunc: In your issue of May 3d, Comrade E. B. Bo won, of Laport, Indiana. :isks pome one to write up the liistory of that daring mid of Colonel .Streight's in the rear of the rebel army under General Brag, which resulted in the capture of his ontire force before ho had accomplished the object which it was rumored lie had been sent to accomplish. I say rumored, for it is hardly safe to stat anything as a fact, lest some comrade should accuse me of mis statement. The rumor was that Colonel Streight was to destroy supplies and shops at Borne, and then proceed to Atlanta and destroy the buildings and ua.'hincry used for the Man ufacture f ammunition. JJut let me turn to my diary and start straight. The FiMy-second Illinois, under the com mand of Lieutenant-Colonel John S. Wilcox, Was part of the garrison of Corinth, Mississippi, left there after our army under Ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 May 1883

! wwvrK i: 4 fi " " ' S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHTNCT05, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1883. DOR GROWING COUNTRY. Es Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, -and Agricultural Development .-FINANCE AND TRADE. latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The niumal meeting of the National Board of Underwriters was held in New York on the J7th inst. The report ot the committee on in--enaiarism showed that $4S,200 had been offered In rewards during the year, hut only $2,700 -srerc paid. Fourteen incendiaries were con victed. The capital of American companies .reporting to the New York insurance depart jaient for lbS2 has decreased $2,493,572; the per--entage of loses lias increased from 53.92 to .S6.C1, and expenses have gone p from 33.G3 to J5.G2. The losses iu 1SS2 consumed 92.93 per ,eent of premiums. The president maintains -.that ihe fire cost is not fairly mot by the rates -charged, and that the burning-up tendency is constantly increasing. D. A. Hcald was elected Resident, J. W. Murray, vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

IXkttmtai atfirotw: 4ta xm ft ItiM wtw to taw tffcnttfe, fl fo ftfe wttaw ana aupfomg." ESTABLISHED ISTT.-EW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. YOL. E-NO. 42 -WHOLE NO. 94 the mim WEST. Confederate Occupation of Columbus and Bowling Green, Ky. SHERMAN'S ADTAjCJE. Organization of McCook's vision at Camp Nevin. Di- CAMP DICK BOBMSOK Liautenant Nelson Relieved "by General George H. Thomas. TJie proposal of Governor Morton to send troops to Kontucky, as expressed in Lis tele gram to tlio Assistant Secretary of War, seconded by Messrs. Boyle and Speed, of Kentucky, was indorsed "by the Union people, but they strenuously opposed any advance into Kentucky by their friends from the 2orth until after some portion of Kentucky soil had been occupied by Southern troops. Threats had alreadjT been madeby the latter to occupy Columbus, Ky. This iown, located on the Mississippi llivcr, about equal distance from Cairo, HI., and the northern boundary of Tennessee, was recognized as a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

n-7? -was --U4 , v' , , f f T m- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE : WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. IK 2 i( PFF PP i O YALWOMJJN'SWORK A IfefflyQmt About the Perplexities of Housekeeping. 5TI3H8 AMERIOA5?" DOHA. 9$M. to Wear and "What to Eat. Auxiliary Work. fqttMMI hy Kale B. SJtcnvood, Toledo, 0. ThWWS of housekeeping always recalls Da VM 0tM mid the poor little motherless !. .AnMMg Uie first presents which David, irk, ixw a sadden decline in his fortunes, Js.Wi looon.- wractically inclined, gave to Dora, -nou esstkerv book an old housekeeping hook f his awtfc for a model, a pretty little pen-ctl-can4 wc lead pencils, to practice houso kttgplug wilt. Thon, when David and Dora looV tlhair Saturday afternoon Avulk, he would ask hor tHMtions concerning her progress in keojM3 aooMtaU; and the facility with which she had mastered rules and recipes. "S,won 1 once asked Dora," says David, "with an rye to the cookery hook, what she -would do if wo were married, and I were to say I should l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

," SepPb&7 J&S3R3BOT t' l1 - -- j- " -- -- -ij -' - Ti , 3-3 - - r - p,- ' - J " - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. RURiJL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Asmculiural Readers. imrnr esafoxauu: nixrs. Asparagus beds should ho kept doon at this tixnu, so as not te allow the weeds to gain the nsconaoncy ; after a while the stems and branches grow to dense as to smother out all except the larger growing weeds, -which can be pulled out as they appear. Many people injure this crop by cutting it too closely; whenever the-stalks come up -weak, cutting should be stopped, so that the plants may projutre for the future crop. This close and late anting causes the plants to run out, when other causes are sought for, and inauurial applications lavished without dlecc Grape vines planted this year should not be pruned in any degree after growth begins. The more leaves the -plant produces the greater will be the quantity of roots which it forms durin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

S"E!SFSiy?!3rHK5'?ff50OTK!8B f . - - -y -jiia -isj., -sj:.-- (gfv 71 .. K-- -y.' Tic-i. " .j . ? K - ?" j--;jj-j- -"r - . - -r ' 'r -y -. .,- - a!-F- Ssrnj; .3-f - ,-. f- 4 THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. s W?-'i':nSSHSir The Tribune KfflAL (Established 1877.) c .. to care for him who has borne the battle, and for x widow and oftphanb."-acraham lincoln. The validity of the public oebt of the United etatc8, authorized by law, jnolubino oedt6 incurred tor payment of pensions and bounties for services in sup pressing insurrection or rebcluon, shall not be ques TIONED." Sec 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United tates. I consider it the ablest paper devoted to the INTER cm of the soldier published in the country. j earnestly 0!ekd it to all comrades of the orocr." Paul VanDervoort, CoMuAhSEfwh-Cttitr, G. A. R. wt. PUBLISHED VEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. XSTTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in JVDVANCE. MOMEY FORWAROEO OTHERWISE THAN BY RGte ?ERED LETT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

-r SJSSFPSS ,f2? ' -4p' f - - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, . D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. NEWS OF THE WEEK. .Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. The annual council of the Mount Yernon liaflios' Association began on the 23d inst. a! Mount Ycmon, and contiuued jn session until last Monday. The ladies in attendance were lhe regent, Mrs. John Scott Laughton, and the vice-regents, Mis. Sweat, of Maine; Mrs. Eve, of Georgia; Mrs.Tovnscnd,ofXevrYork; Mrs. Chase, of Itbode Island; Mrs. Herbert, of Ala bama ; Mrs. Comegys,of Delaware; Mrs.Yuleef of Honda; Mrs.Yalkor, of North Carolina; Mrs. Halsknl, of New Jersey; Mrs. Pickens, of South Carolina; Mrs. Broadvrell, of Ohio, and Miss Longfellow, of Massachusetts; Miss Emily Harper, the vice-regent for Maryland, and Mrs. CoL Washington, the vice-iegent for West Virginia. Financially the association is pros pering. The work of resoring the mansion this past year lias been confined to the main hall of the mansion. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

war TcT5 P-S5i : - 5 c - -V"' r,; s J -T THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINTQN, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. TTjE GRAND ARIJY. .. I. fie Commander-in-Chief in Oregon Department News. We go to press, this week, on the eve of Me morial Day, and consequently It is impossible to give in this issue any report of the observ ance of the anniversary. A full account will appear in our next issue. During the past week wc have furnished blank applications for charters to the follow ing: JVdani W. Meek, Trent, Mich.; William C. TVooloy, Banistcc, Mich.; J. W. M. Brock, Staf ford, Ohio. TiuunXJl applications for Tost charters have been forwarded to Adjutant-Goneral Brown at Rational Headquartors, as follows: Chapman, "Neb., ten signers; Dowclltown, Teuu., forty signers; Stockholm, N. Y-, eleven signers; West Manchester, Ohio, thirty-two signers. Our Oregon advices are to the effect that the reception accorded Commander-in-Chief Van Dcrvoort on the occasion of his visit to Port land on the 9th inst. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

rJ'"'vWmW. IttSt?, fefL 55 2Fsm iraSSSg rfTSi!.T:iJLTA iTV-i"i !TVo??- Sf"E5y- '- . - " " - '--" 7;,' -.- j3 --.--. - , r - s " - ... ; ' " .t""- "r -";' -'".-'; 3P" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. 7 FIGHTING THBJ OYER . o f What Our Ycteians Have io Say About Their Old Campaigns. The Fight for the Battery t Poach Tree Creek. To the IDditor National Tribune: Between the 15th nnd 19Ui days of July, 1SGJ, the array under tlio command of General Sherman lmd Buococding; in forcing a crossing over Uie Chntta kooohic Rivor, nnd immediately took up a strong position, the linos being extended iu such a manner ns to threaten the enemy's commu nications. On or about the time the aliove move ments -were being cflecled, it 1emmo known Uiat General Hood hnd supcieded General Jos. E. Johnston in command of the hostile army confrontiHg its. But, although Hood Avas well known as a fighting general, Sherman did not hes itate to nssuiiiC the offensive; for, nt an earl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 May 1883

nr T .jr-i"-" - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. ft, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FIKAJSTCE AND TRADE. Xtatest Heports froin Leading Business Centres. JtqjTosentativos of tbc dry goods trade ap- ?arl lieforc the railroad commission in New ork n tlc 3i inst. aud made arguments in sutifort of tiicir petition for a change in the existing clabsifienlion of dry goods in the west-era-bftund traffic on the trunk lines. It was urged thai the rate charged on the coarser and efecHper gratis of poods is oit of all proportion To their value, and to th expense of carrying tHere. At tbc huggestlon (f Vice-President IHauchawl. of llic Erie Road, a petition had bfeu prpetl to ConuniMitoner Fink, signed by irriy all the representatives of the large cotton to ills of ilaiuc, Xew Hampshire, JTassa chasKls, Connecticut, Rhode Is!nd, New York and Pennsylvania, and nearly all the Tcpr il lative dry g'.sods merchants of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

?& I -ji J5 UZ mi jfov Mm Hrtto to fronts tfte MtUt ml frx Jtte xti&m amt virtuing." SSBBr . ESTABLISHED 1S77.-ITEW ONRLINGTON HEI&HTS Memorial Day at the National Ceme tery. TMD GPJSA3? REPUBLIC. Its iPerll Gaused the Uprising of tlie Peopie. TJ3U HESTOHED TJSJIOInT. A Nation Worth Fighting and Dying For. lOraUon hy Mtfor W. JL Lambert To oflmmomorate tilie groat doli vorancc which the Lord wrought for His chosen people, Ho ordained a ceroinonial to he observed by all their generations forever. Lost the memorial should deteriorate into a meaningless form, lie commanded tlio father to shew the son, saying, ' This is done because of that which the Lord did unto me when I came forth out of Egypt." Wenre to-day assembled to commemorate our Nation's dead, and though neither antiquity nor divine command hallows our ceremonial, suroiywhen our sous ask, "what mean ye hy this service?" we may say this is done Ik cause the strong hand of tha Lord wrought for oar people a mighty d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

RS?Si?35?J!?3rs?- pi SS&?SESSg3F&gg?3&3ra . ' "?-C" Ar swaggs? ifli55S!a528Ty.--'-aBW' .f?er" " s rc? rtftt-; 'jwi. . afv.' ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 18S3. vr-r ji'?sx-jnfi P M SLEEP THE Bp 1? n JJ i MszaM Dsj usd fte Way in Wffli It Was (tervsd. A KAT3S01Sre GEAT1TUJDE. Reports From Various Depart ments of the Grand Army. The report whkit "we kv so far received 5mV te thatJaeiiiorfal Day w more geRemllj ote :r d life yew t3a ever before, ad al ilua. .ii tfc woatlter was ie some sections of tlie country anything Iwt propitious it does not eecta to have chilled the ardor of oar comrades or dampened titeuwsatbusiasm. We present be 3owme of lilie leading features of the celebra tion, selected with a view to tie interest which ihey -will have for our readers generally rather tha the residents of any particular locality or ihcmembersof any particular Post,andoHr only regaet is iltat The Tribukk is not wcious enough to contain the iwwrd of wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

mmm&mww flSSJPP ?. i' R.- jr-TsSr " THE NATIONAL TEIBUKE: WASHINGTON; D. 0., THUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1883.1 formed in line in the same order in which they marched to the armory, and proceeded to the grand stand on the lake front. The floral monument, a most artistic piece of workman ship, stood in the rear of the center of the plat form betweon two tiers of seats. "When the veterans reached the stand they mounted the platform and passed before the monument with uncovered heads, the officers saluting as they passed it. The column is sixteen inches in diameter at the top and twenty inches in di amoter at the base It is nine feet and six inches in height, and rests upon a base three foot six inches in height, by four feet square. The column is made of roses, carnation pinks, heliotrope, swoet elyssum. peonies, pansies, lilies of the valley, and lube roses, and the base is made of calla lilies, peonies, carnation pinks, and pansies. The top of the column, which is broken, is of heliotrope...

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