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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

if-- . :?c t3'-y-z- THE SATIOKAL TRffilWE: WASELNGTW, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUKE 7, 1833; lm Iotal Tribune. (E3T.A8USHED 1677.) rttT wi "T Stati TI3Nf &TAXLS- COMKt .. r 'or hw mo mg some the cuttle, amb pos J j '.T Of THE PUBLIC BEET OF TOE UNTIED - - ',!"j- ano eouTcs for BBRr.au W SUP- '. -RLCn-JH Oft flraSLUOH, SMAlt HOT K QUEft- $n,. . Art. XIV. Coh&TiTUTiofc of tke Unites Tf rr-rwr as " r-rp TrvcTCt to thc w7Ht- r 1u AU. COW, v of tHL CXW.' Aua. WmDervoort, PLBLISHLD WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. J39TCRMS OF SIM': ,Bv- --?.'-'Ev FOUwr tct TKC r KT TH K.'KC Issue -y?iPTl3N tanMiur H or -gums than wr reo- b. postai iy r ocrna, or wpt om He 6E AT THE m C-r THE WaiWW, AS A1OT ALL PAIS TO AMMTS. CWAiiS. SuMfcwsew cam aumus Asoamim - -.: i. thd soBBSRtrnoN wjm. cxwRE r toogna kcjs o TMc wtsAprea or tub rapes, which a .S THAT OF THE mHOLEWMUBOFWe 8T THEV At CKTrrLEO TO RECeME. B& ADDRESSES. Aoowesses vnu ae CHAMcaa orrw Ab Dcc.f.ro, but eusscst-sat mostD Ku. cabs jsn t , ' 'v j...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

-'",. THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASffllMoif, D; 0., THURSDAY, JUNE T, 1883. d OS OF. TOE WEEK. Grimes as CSialtlcs PersMl TaUiical CM Topics. and " nx-W serviev cosimteiott held ameetiwj i-hjiipiou on Mon!y. Thcawet itBro- viosiion cow:dcred wa what interprete- h fid bepTtii to the words one fiua- :: x'.i.il dau- of Uie civil service reform '. .'-:. provid s that when two persons of ;i-..:iy nre enipioyod ia the civil service df ...vntuuant t'. other member of that i&m- :.al: bo eligible to appointment. V.-r!tnr Evu. the new Gomaaiedoaer of ::t h'onm.- n-;w f oily iastal 14 i office - :J1st ult. ?!"-. Kaum, tie retiriag Oom- .nv. w.ispre"- at sad introduced the ckiore -lAcraJ diriaas of the bureau to their mf. ial from San Antonio, Tsa says Ma- - ;;, tli e "- .:tr.!!:ng army paymaster, f.wt Filtv to i he ciubeodewewtof $5,400, II deny the charge of embezzling $aS,Q0, be claims to Iiave lost. ivtion bt l'ea reeeived at the Treas- nrv Department of the do&i of James C. Ba pk . . o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

rjrvW j. ? S -r 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1883. V .W rH RlffiL TOPICS, Somo Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. Under the general name of mildew, numer ous kinds of fungoid growths on plants arc des ignated, and. we arc, probably, not far from truth in saying that when the leaves of aplaut become mildewed it lias cangbt cold; this may arise from various causes: the plant may have been subjccied to sudden changes of tempera ture, or it ir.ay have had its beat reduced by e v&pMiioa of moisture from its surfaces. Th ese conditions, acting separately or in various de grees of combination, injure a p'ant, and the injury makes itedf manifest by mildew on the leaves. And here the query presents itself: Do plants become mildewed in their native habi tats, or is it confined to plants growing in for eign climates, or those strictly under artificial conditions? We know that this is not a rule without an exception, for we have, seen mildew ...

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

PSn wvmempwi - " (5 flff ii:rw2-v& .-Ji1 . 1 f"f- 1 4iVW j "I1 -y , "tin. I, i,E - - THE InATIOTAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., .THT3ESDAY, JUNE 7, 1883. 7 A ft GOOD-BYE TO DIXIE, Esaew&ri Jsd ai Lssi---TJie Hap py Ssfaal to a Sad Story. 3? John P. J2B, Go. K, && O. K X Wr psed a dcJightCal evening. Scores of fsolr sr- ?nd offieer ratme in see us. and after we ' rf "oae to bed u independent string baud app. . d in fiit of the quartets we were in and c ve as a serenade. Wc had tiic best of a boMsjs bad- bank with half a dozen good bbutkets over ns. We were aroused carl y the next morning byrevefllo and roll cail. How natural was Uie sound I I saked Stookey hew lie thought wo would .le reported. "Ia ifee gnaril-hmise," he lastingly replied. We 4id net rise until after all tJe soldiers nadbirakf5ed,d before leaving oerquar biws vrc pred that the roll should be called one more. lute liao we wont, dressed right, a ' ."at to parade watt. '.-i!.ok.v?w "lit iv.-" - "li.H'" "J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 June 1883

" "& fi WHT' BjWi -i"'.iK ."JT" "H- dL. ,5 'ift rfjj s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JUMJ 7, 1883. 0 GROWING COUNTRY. Its 'Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FUNASSCE AND TRADE. tatest Reports from Leading Business Oentres. An alisttwi of the special report of Sir. Bare-aril, ethc-cter of ile ciint, upon the prodac tiau of the precious metals in the I'uiietiStftles, eliotws ihst titV yield of the mines of the TTaitcd States for 1862 was $32.550,000 in gold and $i.J.SS8,0.T) in silver. This shou-s a decline of $2,S0IM n go'.d aod ai increase of $3,SO0,OO0 iu stiver as eottmaTfd witli the previous year. Tfc wiarative decline in the production of pold a prratosl iu t sliforuta, the yield heiug SiAl&frte less than in 3SS1. Of the silver $I5.7Stt.OO) were exported. California still xaaiahuns the second place in tit list of gold and silver prudnctK States, sad its gold fields Know no evidence of exhaustion. .rtVles of iacornorntkm of...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

r? Hf ' '--V? k. 'rr, H $ tm fm Turn wlw te ftww tft wrttfc, anil tfw life wiflow ami wptow!!.' ESTABLISHED 18TT.-ISTETV: SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. YOL. H-NO. 44-WHOLE m. 96. flu 4 ' 4k w444 g IS i 1 I I II I 1 fi I t THE WiRDTHE WEST. General George H. Thomas at Gamp Dick Robinson. LACK OF SUPPLIES. General Felix K. Zollicoffer in East Tennessee. his' troops totahmed. Re-enforcements Pouring in From Ohio and. Indiana. General Thomas found, on assuming command at Camp Dick Eobinson, on the loth of Sep tember, 1SG1, very little that enters into the formation of a military camp, except men. A few hoses of clothing had arrived and had been distributed promiscuously where the articles were most needed. A pair of pants here and a blouse there; here a hat and there a pair of shoes ; and, to add to the grotesque appearance of the command, an occasional army overcoat might be seen, whose accommodating skirts concealed, to some extent, the absence of an im portant a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

:.,rwcy-.sn EJWW7s-SW ?: I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE U, 1883. iRH8li!s3???395 . :??55sRil3 i-Tr ilm T 'ROM SHORE TO SHOJjE. . Record of Memorial Bay Observances From Maine to Oregon. A NATIONAL TRIBUTE. Scenes Without a Parallel in the Country's History. In the present issue of The Tribute to are able to give a fuller and more detailed repor of the observance of Memorial Day than was possible in. oar last, and although we have found it impracticable in some cases to print as extended descriptions as we could wish, the record'is well-nigh complete. The majority of these reports have been received directly from "Tan TEiBorrfs Poet correspondents and in some instatices wo have had several reports from the same Posts but wo have also drawn liberally from the accounts printed by the local press, which this year ap pears to have paid much greator attention to the chronicling of Memorial Day proceedings tlian evor before. It will be observed that the celebratio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

S sV& fefltf- - wi-fw '"s . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. at that place on the 15tli ult, with thirty-four charter members, observed Memorial Day for the first time in years in Beverly. The graves of ten soldiers were found without headstones. Comrade Andrew Branstetter, Wooster, Ohio, writes us that Given Post, No. 133, of that place, on Snnday morning, May 27, attended service in the Presbyterian church and listened to an able sermon by Rev. Dr. T. A. McCurday. In the afternoon the comrades in a body went to the funeral of a gallant soldier, named Marion E. France, and in the evening they repaired to Trinity M. E. church, where Chap lain George W. Pepper delivered an eloquent discourse. Memorial Day was a memorable one. The Post and all the civic societies -were in their proper places In the morning, not withstanding the Tain, and at the ringing of the court-house bell the order or marcn was taken up to the cemetery, where the military t for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

. "T4; ' TSSF J"'" 73 v :--?" T.;s ' ?fM5!pj Tbe National Tribune. (Established 1877.) m kto care tor h(m who hjvs dohke the cattlc, ako fob mm widow aks orphans." abraham lincoln. "the vauotty of the public cebt of the united States, authored by law, inouimns ocbts incurred foa fayment of pw8i0nb amd bounties for cervices in sup PRESSING INSURRECTION OR REBCLUDH, SHALL fOT OE ques tioned." Sec. , Art. XIV, CoKerjTUTtw of the United States. I CONSWCI? it the ablest paper scvoted to the jnteb- tET8 0FTHSOL8RPOLHEWTtttKTRy. J EARNESTLY COKKEKD IT TO ALL COHfiAW-S OF THC OfR." Pawl VamDertoobt, CwmwemwCmer, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar p&r Year. 3TERMS OF SU18QfclPTIQN Imwriably cash jn ADVAN6E. Moar nawwnoep gtmomme thaj w mat- TEREO IETTER, FOCTAL MONEY OKR, OR OWTT OK MEW York, 'vm. bc at thc rwc of the satom, as also Aa CUBSCnPTtOH PAW TO AOEMTS. JJS-flENEWAtS. SwisewBew oah always .ascertain THE DATE WHEN THBfl BUMOWPTION WILL EXfME OY LGOOKG AT THE NUWB8R 0f THE WHMM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

wmmmsmmsmmmmmmmmmmmsmmsmmmmmmmmmsmmm, TW. ". .t IK- JJm .1'- ., v- - WtT .j THE 1STATI0KAL 'TRIBUNE: WASfflffeTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. 5 NEWS OF THE WEEK, Crimes ami Casualties -Personal and Political Capital Topics. Tho remains of .Tolin Howard Payne, tho author of "Homa, Swoct Home," were interred on Saturday at Oak Hill cornetory in the beau ful spot selected by his early friend, Mr. W. W. Corcoran, of this city, -who defrayed the entire cost of removing his dust from Tunis and erect ing a monument to bis memory. Thoprooes Bion to the cemetery was marshaled by Gouural JK. B. Ayroe, U. S. A., and inoluded the various military organizations of tbe District aud dc nachmootfi from the Begular anay. The site chosen for the monument is one of great nat ural beauty. It rests on tho crest of tho hill aier tbe main entrance, and about midway on the lawn between tbe fountain and the chapel. The shaft of white marble, is surmounted by the bust, one-half larger than life siae, is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

rt ilFC5 -vs ,a t i2T "n-n rt i'- -J- ' -3 THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGlON'i D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. h - V- - - &-- . - " n In h It RURiJL TOPICS, Some Practical Susscsiions for Our rtn Agricultural Headers. THE CAMFHOB THEE. The camphor tree (Camplwra oficinarum) has fcecoinc naturalized In California and in many of the Southern States. A correspondent wishes to ascertain how the camphor is extracted, and whether or not it wonld be proStahleto grow the tree extensively for the soke of this pro duct. We have no knowledge of the profits of the husiness, but can briefly repeat the process as stated to be employed in the Island of For rao where the tree as grown in great abund ance. Camphor is ohlained hy chopping the wood and roots into small pieces and boiling them Asith -water in an iron vessel till the camphor begins to adhere on the stirring -utensil; the liquor is then strained, and the camphor con cretes on straining. It Is afterwards mixed with a finely-powdered ea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

row wwraci WHH'IMMMKfi'H'''8 MSpaii p ""- s&os?1 V THE NATIONAL TBJBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. 7 FIGpING THERJ OYER lmt Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Hie Chnrce at Ecsaca. To the Editor National TkiuOse: I havo rend, with a great deal of interest, the friendiv co-UroversSes in your columns conccrninjr the battiaaof Shiioli, Cedar Crock, Jonesboro'. and Itcsaoa, :md I oan liold my ponce no longer. Corn Side Guff, in Tnu TiuBeifE of Use 31st, says z " It is true thai Geary's division made llio ehurpo at Ite Kica." I &y it is not; and inproorof rayns-ertion,I quote from hu official rejKirt to Captain JolmSpecd, A. A. G. of the Third division, Twentieth Army Corns, by Colonel Jolm Coburn, of the Thirty-third Indinna,"coumaiiding: Second brigade. Third divis ion. Twentieth Army Corps. Colonel Coburn says: "May l&th Uh 'ricade moved in the morning, with the division to the loll some two miles, passing the "Fourteenth, Fourth, and Twe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 June 1883

tp,p -', .i ''V ' J r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1883. ,! -": OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, aid Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. m JDatest Reports from. Leading Business Centres, A meeting of the Florida Ship-Canal and Transit Company wis held in 2vev York, on the Sill inst., and presided over by Hon, John C. Brown, of Tennessee. Highly encouraging reports ivsre made by the various committees cud the feeling of confidence in the success of the enterprise wis very marked. General Charles P. htuie, chief engineer, "was present. He statod that he had examined fully into the xr porte of previous engineers, and entertained no doubt of the feasibility of constructing a tidewater ship-canal across the Peninsula of Florida. He also stated that liis assistant en gineer, A. F. Hill, is already on the ground in Florida, and that tie actual -work of survey will begin immediately. The survey will be completed in about six w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

v;f cr raw fry Mm wJw to Xxjorvtxc t&& tmfilc, atsrt tfw ftfe wf tow attrt wptott?." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. YOL. n-NO. 45.-WH0LE NO. 97. - r ISfettitttal PPOMATTOX. Surrender of tie Army of Northern Virginia. SHERIDAN'S G&VAISRY. Movement to Cut Off the Re- A- treat of Lee's Army. GENS. GRANT AKD LEE. First Meeting of the Chiefs of the Contending Armies. fLieuI.-Gcn. PAil JT. Shrridan, in Forth American Ilevicic. Pnhlic attention Laving of late been occa donally called to sonio of the events that oc curred in the closing scenes of the Virginia campaign, terminating at Appomattox Court House, April 9, ISGj, I feel it my duty to give to history the following facts: When, April 4, 1S63, being at the head of tho avalry, I threw across tho line of General Lee's march, at Jettersville, on the Richmond and Danville Eailroad, mj personal escort, the Pirst United States cavalry, numbering about 200 men, a tall, lank man was seen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

5W ?'S'f- Aas-iVi. w ,i ? . Wis? ; - " Xi ' - THE NATIONAL TRIBTOE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY,' JUNE 21, 1883. 2 T fsrrP'-saJCTgsr- tp??' -Kfesseisssgg -- ' -."" "- - -. -t."--. ; .-o" . v .., " ; ?"-?? 'u-- k' , .1 -' :v , j --r- apt pi- - -"vk .- -&,.! j tt i- j'vsiswaoi mSllW - - - - - , -""9v -$cs 'wyt'" . -- p- , wfFfp , . A " -acc LQYALWOMAN'SWORK The Fireside and the World Wide. Helpfal Hints and Friendly Talks. IConductcd by Kale li.Shcncood. Inliouso furnishing the first thing to consult Is the length of your parse. Even if one have a certain amount of credit it is small comfort to feci that liens and mortgages cover his pos sessions. Far better have less, and know that it is paid for. Mnch or little, every householder should be able to stand in his own dwelling and complacently say, "I am monarch of all I survey." I sav every householder, but expect the term to appiv io the wife eqnslly with the husband. The term helpmeet, as applied to a wife, should not be taken in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

MMlCTflSlfiBHHHKgBHSMBffiWBBaSTOBttlCSBSB f5ss ,. e - - 'It ! THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, .1883. -3- & MMmMmkmsMM ' " ' .. .,-v -g;jiqr -- - - L- 3iTi-V'rfvfjvife'si?i-f-v-w---! -.. '-. -' . UR1JL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. CEOPriKG THE GAT.DI2T. A "well inauaged garden should have no idle epotin it during the growing season. The sys tem of rotative croppihg,with all its advantages, can licreliave fall scope. There is much to be learned in regard to the plants which are best adapted to succeed one another, and we hope thatsome of rhti experimental faruis, now doing Jko much good work, will by-and-by take "notes on thi6 matter of rotation. Tor instance, we have found in our own pnu;icc that oar best results in strawberries have uniformly been where the previous crop was potatoes, and, simi larly, we have found the most satisfactory crop of melons on ground previously cropped with tomatoes. lu a general way, we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

vS-" t ja - ?---r,-5 t-.i'C v iuv1'- V - 4 THE KATIOTAL TEIBUrTE: WASHLrTGrTOrT, L C, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. J-Ci'f-J j- ' ." ffr'r;; -'i ' A f " . ? i5,;-'v - jg ' - ;rr- , - '- ." - The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CAPE FOB HIM WHO HAS BWE THE CATTLE, AK3 FOfi HJS widow and orphan." Abraham Lweotti. The vwuqity of the ptmuc swi of the United States, authorised bv law, iwcuhmnc bests mcmweo ros PAYMENT OF fH60 AW BOWTIE8 FOR BERVICEfc h JP FRCSM0 MStfSRECT14N 00 RESELUOM, SHAU. OCT Bt CUS- tkhied." Sec 4 ,Akt. av, Cowenrtmo of the United Etatss. " j oowsw t tkc asuct rapcr sevotcs to the 4ster cereiOf .. i ju.tn PveosHEom the omwrav. 1 eancstly CCKW2W9 IT TO AVL COWW OF TMC XCER. Paul VamDqrmkot, Oiwwhw i Cwf , Q. A. R. i PUBLISHED WEEKLY. o One Dollar per Tear. X&TERMS OP 6U38CWPTM UW'JWBLY cash in Aicr. M:.Ev FORWARDED OTH08SKWC THAN Mr REfiM TFREft in,-, 06AL HWKEV OBOCIl, OS WMT Oh HEW Yob, .u oe at the jmc of the senobr, .as also au. CUS6ClPTri WUP TO MEWTS. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

:fe. -p-"" V V i 'r- tii"'" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883, 5 S OF THE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Mflral Gftpitol Topics. The prossit iadkations are tlist nothing will be done 5 reganl to eractfng the Garfield jinmnnuttil i this city until the fsll. Abaat two-thirds of the UHHtej needed has already Ix-en risa. For building a Garfield monu-nu-ut tr Cleveland, Ohio, about $130,096 has Las boon raised, and about $30,000 more has -boeu ro-amweft. It is thought that there will be Mtore untay fchaa will be required, and in Iwtfcaee n rf-rorfsvul be made to have the qkmh tniusft rred to the fund for a Gtirfiold miiwuK'ut ii this city. There seems to be emu bin? iu .'.' way of Uis Garfield Hospital, of wbii-b so laucfc was heard some time &ince. TV -iai meal was given oat two mouths ago t'mt a buildh'r had been purchased, with &n :: in: mat km that the hospital would be opened in a short time. Since then, however, nothing has been hear...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

"CT&- iG&mammmmmm fTW , && & R S'tf -1 '"$$'" A " V jj-w- THE NATIONAL .TRIBTJKB: WASHINGTON,. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883, TrjE GRAND ARljY. -n - crafting Still Actively Going On A M. Post Named After Senator Howe It will be scon by a perusal of oar Grand nay columns, this week, that recruiting is t J Actively going on, despite the near ap ) - A'h of the close of the administration year. " arc glad io learn frara Comrade Milo L. t tu.hu, whose very interesting letter will be -id aung our Iowa news, that a new Post i L.-itt, la., has taken the name of that patxi- k s' u evnan, the late ex-Senator, Postraaster i. i cr.il Timothy O. Howe, of Wisconsin. jr.ng the past week blank applications for ' t barters have been forwarded to the fol- - C. C. Jewell, Central City, Neb.; J. It. 1 r8 Clarksvillc, la.; L. L. Goodwin, Dana, 1;BF. Brooks. Ikrrc, Mass.; C. R. Pome - y, Ch'ruk.e, la.; J. W. McDonald, Carmel, , i ; Jas. Williams, Madison, O.; A. Hayes, -Jnn, Mo.; H. Eis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

r-o:3C: SSFS!&r3:S; 3SS?SC-S.- rah V"a y? "ST js VsTjs 'J?. '-., : -Sr?W:v!ii .' - 1! TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. ' ? yi.XSM3e3yffi-X?CK.K5S5S:-3 -ft''; r y-4rf-jf-v,ss; trt3--! '!T -"'. '? Slift!- -S?r 3 1 Sr LOOKOUT FOUNTAIN. A Brilliant Account of the Exploits of Osterfems' Division. To tl- lS"-n NiTIOWAX. TRIWCNE: I ii-t-t i Uui tixoepUtKife to apofrlf on of Comrade .1 CVu." ot inter to 2E TumrKK, Isaac of May 17. 3-- i -p-k twwr for Oflteroeue' division, -'Ijm-.. v . Uk. Pm- division of Che FiAeenUt Oorjfe. Aft- ' j'ic Wtecier retens t tbe Might attack m V. .i- .. Miit U$' lie turn to Lookout Moun tRin t i ;-- ' Now , ni to tins Lookout Mountain hgiu .- : nu vise A Gi-.unkl Oprhais' divis ion cm : jjUmuUi Utrpn to (.kirn that they drove the r r,. . fr.a tbe mountain." And why not? 1 k. 1 4. Ihksm ft pjvtiy lo-e reader of fire Na TicKAi. iiiXH'r. furwr.iwwjtm Months, nr.d I don't thutk in iirti. uute ft iir.s eve liueu claimed for Use di...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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