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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 June 1883

BpPI rvv t 'I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Hailroacl, and Agricultural Development FRANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports ironi Leading Business Centres. The 2Cow York Sun recently gave some of the details rf & mntnime of tho Heading and ItaitinMKv and Ohi Jlnilraflds for reaching Xew EimAmmL They rc i ftdletvs : ' It is not gen erally ktMtrtt time tins Philadelphia and Head ing nad tlie Baltimore and Ohio are making proat cSbrts to reach the Eastern Slates and liHvea Icrmintuat ltoaton as wcJI as New York. The J'onBylvia, SUtington and New Eng latMl ttailratd is nearly finished from Siating ton. IVl, on thu Lcitigh Hirer, thonce over the entire length of the grejt alntcbjltof Penu Fylviuiitt to Portland, w tbe Delaware IJiver, lifaar the 'Mr Cjai, wii.?re it crosses the river, "with its ta?iimift near Goshen, X. Y. By this seventy-eiht miles f new road, crossing the DeJawi.iv, I.Ack&waua.aud WVs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

WWS Wattmtal mint. 0- "Sfo mt iw Mm xcU 1vx$ Xr0vn tH fatftfc, am fry tifc wiitow antf ovpltau ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., OpJRSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. YOL. n-NO. 46.-WSOLE NO. 98. CEDAI GREEK Sheridan's Army in the Valley of the Shenandoah. .AN 'EARLY ATTACK The Advance, Routed, Fall Back Upon the Sixth Corps. SHERIDAN'S RIDE. The Inspiration of His Presence the Omen of Victory. lEy Geo. E. PoncQ ' The morning of October 19tli brought to the Union canips.littlc presage of the approaching peril. The enemy's cavalry dashes and his disclosure of infantry on Hupp's Hill had been looked upon by many as bravado, the prevail ing belief being that Early's army could not risk serious attack. The plans for sending away the Sixth Corps and a division of cavalry lad additionally lulled the troops into a certain sense of security, not -wholly disturbed by the temporary recall of the Sixtlu The daily reconnaissances from both flanks had con firmed the prevailing impression, whil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

M&"feafis5&?iB -St?2V - w--v ,, t-v -w s-v,m-2'"- , ? ""-V!"! f ITS1, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHlTOfON D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883 LOYALWOMP'SWOM m The Fireside and the World Wide. Helpful Hints and Friendly Talks. Conducted oy JTc Ji. Sherwood. "Well, I nevor saw suoh a woman as jou uro," said Mrs. Smith to Mrs. Brown, as she ran into lier ne igi.bor's one morning for a friendly calL " Sut-li a big family and never in a worry about what is to be dona. One would think tint yon had nothing to do hat to enjoy your self and have a good time." "And 1 do have a good time, for that mat tor," said the cheerful Mrs. Brown. u A good time ? Weill, I never ! I should so laving uiad with 50 many children tugging at my apron strings, wanting this thing and that, turning the house topsy turvy and acting in all respects like a lunatic asylum turned loose." "But I hope uiino are not as bad as that," gaid Mrs. Brown, as she sewed another button on her youngest bov's new jacket. "Well, if ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

finppiif FsjV?" -? z-zrr- rrssggigsi? I ' -s .; " .? - rtr v?. y-, v ; --y - ags.gj v-- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. RURL TOPICS, a Some Tracheal Sajesta for Oar AgHCiiltaral Briers. T.-&ZEF FEAWNABLE HINTS, Paring dry seasons it becomes a raaitor of &,uie iiaj.orla.ooe as to how yoeng cawiagcs unci other phrais are to be transplanted with k'iwt rihk of injury. A good deal depends upon tii condition of tbe young plants; if they have br;:i growing in a cro-x dd seed bod, it will uot "H.- practicable to get many roots when the plants pre palled up. When this is the ce, tfc leaitas shoe id nartiahv be removed, or frV r'on'xi ons-L-lf before planting. If tho J r ts ;irc dip;ed i;.fco a puddle of saaddy soil, it v !l help f Lena. Auot:.er plan is xo make holes ,-'. a pointed stick where the plants are to be 8.t. a-iid fill the h -', with "water; if, inaddi ti -n to thifi, tie r-K.ts are dipped in water be : planting, sulfas will be all tho mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

? -.W J?" ' l". v."K.W l v --rSTP-",5S3!; K5 VT 'H.S. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., ' THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. V - -S. "iSB?1 "V -I "? I '- f i-Ajjprcj. tfrr,? jg-s 7S.--S3JKt "" -a - " "" ' S'TgS','3'- t "- ."" The National Tribim (ESTABLISHED 1877.) f TO CARC FOR HIH WHO HAS BOUNC THE BA7TIE, AND FOB KB widow and orphans." Abraham LiHeout. 'the vaudity of the puduo dcet of the United States, authorceo by law, inoludwo debts incurred for payment of pcnbioks and counties for services in sup pressing insurrection or receujon, chau. not de ques TIONED." Sec. , Art. XIV, Conctitution of the United States. "l CONSWEH rr the ablest paper devoted to the inter f et6 of the soujr ihwoshed in the oooktry. i earns6tly commend it to au. comrades of the oroer." Paw. VanDervoort, GoMHAB-m-CHtCf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. jc-terms pf subscription jhvamably cash in advance. mottty torwaroeo otherwise than by regis tered ietter, postat wohey ofer, or draft on new Yor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

i-rv-J 2F?Effi?WFB 4 L W f J is? tr-5. - 'S6 V.--T -,3- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: ' WASHIHGTOSf, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. h 'ggegEMWBEy.ig NEWS OF THE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. The Secretary of the Xavy lias issued an order dircotJag that work be suspended as soon .as practicable at the Pcnsacola, League Island, 3Sqw Londoa and Boston yards. At Portsmouth repairs of wodon vessels may continue for the present. At Washington work upon repairs of vessels or for aay purpose not mentioned in the memoranda of the commission will bo discon tinued. The Secretary calls attention to the largo number of omployoos at the various yards whoso services can be dispensed willi. On ifovomlier 6, 16B2, for instance, thcro wore 4,482 persons, receiving daily $11,319, (at the xate of over 13,000,000 a year,) when the only work in progress on ships of war at all the yards was repairing the Omaha, Shenandoah, Trenton, Odstpec Mohican ad Alert. This enormous expen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

p THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883, la-r TfJE GRAND ARlfY. Site of Camp Tan DGiroori; News from the Departments. Thcsito of Camp Vaa Dorvoorfc, whore tho Xational Reanlon, in connection with tbo Xa tional Eacamjunont at Denver, will be held, has at last, after several weeks of discussion and negotiation, been finally selected. It is the Eatoe as that originally fixed upon the grounds of the Union Pacific Railroad, a plateau of about 150 acres, near the fair grounds, on the eastern side of the city. The camp is designed to accommodate 10,000 men, hut it may he enlarged if the number of vete rans willing 1 go into camp iifeie large enough to necessitate more ample quarters. Tho camp, as designed, will cover about thirty-iive acres, tb irty-two of which will be under guard. The w hole will be surrounded by a line of sentries. It differs from the usual style of camp in being double, the two parts facing towards the main avenue. Apparatus for wholesale coo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

PtP SHPHBPnrep 'f 5 'THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 18S3. FIGH TING TrBJ OVER, WIio Recaptured the De Gres Battery in the Battle Before Atlanta. To the Suitor Xatioxai. TiiXBUatE : There lias bcoa a great deal said and written as to who rocapturod the splendid Dc Gres Illi nois battery, on July 22, 18M. A comrade from Independence, KatL, Ibr instance, states that tho Third brigade, First division, Fifteenth Army Corps, (Gen. C.IL Woods; was in the. charge that recaptured Uio battery. General Sherman, in Iris Memoirs, just says what Colonel Carsaca don, of the Ninth lows, reported to hirn. Tlie History of Iowa Sediment, on pag:e 211, says: "The Fourth and Junth Iowa recaptured I)e Gres' battery and turned them on the foe. A portion of the .Sixteenth Corps now carae up and clkhned a share of the honor, hat it was awarded by both General Sherman and Wools to the Second brigade. First division, Fifteenth. Army Corps." Permit me to say that Colonel Carsacadou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 June 1883

WIiSSIPppSIPP y;WvT-c"-5Tjs' - -oJ j ' t-jT-. fc-Y')rt&'.?. S5? T2 & ,.'- i r-rgar?''- is-rriai ji- j'wr . n " -" "" t? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINpBN, D. 0.,- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. , scsrr OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. As to -wliat constitutes a pood salesman in tbe grocery business, F. B. Tliurbor is quoted by n correspondent as sayhijj: " Firstly, he Bhonld be n better jn3se of quality than are bis customers, and he should use tbis knowledge honestly. He should always recommend goods that be knows to be of full value, and yet not over-pmise them. Above all, if he is in the wholesale trade, he should not urge upon his customers more than a. convenient stock. Drummers on the road are apt to, make that mistake, and thereby tempi tbe retailer to bay more than he will be able to pay for. A clerk in a retail store has an advantage if he pos sesses some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

- - sr -' .& t" .-' J IV5- ' xm fw Mm wlto to torn iU fotttfe, imfl f$t ftte wxiiovc mtrt awftw " ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. YOL. II-NO. 47.-WH0LE NO. 99. I&ttirttai .. Ji'Htf'f"--.wTV."f- TLaftJtHBBgtJ , W rr -7' .T-- i J M Kft-.fMl-.ITT 1 P ii i ' . - -- -K Mi ! i i llwi i'iIII il fc w HW F MM- ILIJiiiiC ; 1M iUI iLP j 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 J 4L 4J '&& THE WILD CAT FIGHT. ZolIicoSbr Defeated in His Attempt to Invade Kentucky. GES". .THOMAS ADVANCES. General Sherman Recalls the Troops. E?T 03T THE EXPEDITION. East Tennesseeans Enraged. Brave Men in Tears. Tke records of tho outbreak of the rebellion in lEantueky, as presented in the correspond ence 3obwecn Hie commanding officers of the Urrien n& Confederate forces and thoir re spective Governments, exhibits the unprepared state f boi sections of the country to enter upon a civil war of such magnitude as that of asai. Bo armies -were in need of everything ex cept provisions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

A J "2? tw mWi iAixftPi?&klfe?rt sgMW' S?,"K? S r i -i." J 1 2 THE NATIONAL 03HBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. : BR5F LQYALWOMP'SWORK The Fireside and (he World Wide. Helpful Hints and Friendly Talks. fCbndtwrtd Vy Kale li. Sherwood. Axorr common mistake, in othorwise well regulated boa seholdrf, is that there is not enough distinction made between the deeping and eat ing arrangements of winter and summer. In winter the chief study should be how to keep warm; in summer, how to keep cook Nature in tins, as in most things, is tlie best guide; alid if nature were allowed to have her way till might go woJL But who will say that na ture has anything to say in those numerous households where the family sleep on t ho same beds winter and summer, and are daily seated before the same food at the table. A great deal lias been said acainst sleeping on the old-fashioned feather bed; but the fact remains that in old-fashioned houses, where the sleeping-rooms are not heated, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

SpSSif -sv - i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. PSffi - i " ' ,tf-Ii a RURiL T0P1GS, a Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. JTEKDS TO RE QUALIFIED. Professor Shclion, of the Kansas Agricul tural College, thus disposes of two grasses which arc useful ia their way: "Johnson grass wassowa far the first time last year. It jstartcd slowly, l)ut family warmed up to a rapid gait, rivaling sorghum in height and vigor. But our Kansas winter proved too much for it; and, iiUe ahont ninety-nine one-hundred ths of the new things in agriculture, it has simply bhown itself to he quit worthless. In one re frjwet it has a decided advantage over that other much-puffed fraud, Bermuda crass our wiuterswill kill it." Now, if the Professor farmed in Alabama, where they can cut five toiib f hay yearly per acre from Johnson grass, he might qualify the above statement as to frauds. Or, if he lived in Texas or Southern Florida and wished to get a green lawn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

A &mmMmJxJMMtz vv i .V" ", f" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. The National Tribune. Established 1877.) -. TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS OQfWiE THE BATTLE, AND 5BB HiSYrtpOW-AKBOBPHAN.'' ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ,y TC WAKHTY OF TH PUBLIC SCJJtfFTHC U.MTED TATE6, hVXHOmSED By LAW, MWUKJjyOCBTS INCURRED FOS rAY'MENT Of PtKStOKS AMD KlUyfitk TOR SCfiVKCfi IN SUP PRESSING IKSWBHeCTIOfc "M Kjauou, small kot be qbes honk). -Sec , Art. it7, Cos7jtotk of the United tTATCS. I OONJSTl? TMCAaUST PAM3R DEVOTES TO THE JMTKT J.r-iiTHCOUWPUttHEOMTHtCOOTBV. I EAW&TLY COMKCTO iT TC it COMWflES OF THE OUBEH." PAtK. VamDCMOORT, C wrnai wCmcr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JC3TC?MS Or SUB8BR1PTJON IWAWAOLY CASH In ADVAVCr - W .CY KffMAR&ES OTKEHWMC THAN BY 1MMM- torcb .tT-t.a, postal Matter order, or ompt on itew York, will et at the omk of the semen, as aiso au. J6-'irTiON6 l!D TO ABOUT. i'nr.NEWALS. SoOBaEH can always ascgrtaw; THE CUT WHETHUBECniOMMU.e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

S5&'X V tf J- viV !WWSS!'S3K:JWJjesfE rf?--jj-Jk . -J !RS.-,f zmwim? '" f ' -THE; NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASEMTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. S W5?3S?,?fra? sKii-Si-m sksc- t-W'if-6-fiJMSJffiXiBrtfelH ---.- --- --:i- J - ' MEWS OF THE WEEK, Grimes and Casualties Personal and Political CapM Topics. Upon the Tecomniondaiion of the academic hoard of the Annapolis Naval Academy, Secre tary Chandler lias appoints the following graduates t the conclusion of the six-years' oourse to positions in the navy and marine corps: J.A.Hoogewerfr,esign; It. B.Dashlcll, ensign; F. C. Rider, assistant engineer; I. lu. Socton, second lieutenant m the marine corps; H.K.Whvte, assistant engineer; L. Knrmany, second lieutenant Uniiod Stas marine corps; S. E. Cojetari, ensign; H. Eldredge. ensign; f A. Ttanut. G. II. Lucbelmer, and W. IL A. C-nk ouiuuul lion tenants I'llitPll StftfoS BIS- rte corps ; H. B. Wilson, ensign ; H. G Haines j ..1 T V. Vihrmv. wwhmI Ik'nbtfnanls UnitM Stupes arie wrps; G. Wilk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

F i-wi. v-?' :wa is- r-"-; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE : WASHINGTON, D. &, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. i ? GRAND AMY, 1HL Ifeslrdiic Wants the Next Escamp jiient Doings in the Department Tho eyes of wr cemrftdes are now all dircctofl towards Denver, where the National Encamp ment Is to lie hcM foree weeks lionets, and soon jaayft3emwillbetnmingtiiw4rteftliiaier. The TStf ra delegates will leave ier Denver about i -c "?.': !i or 21st hwfc. Wc are iu receipt of tie following: ESADO. A.BTEE" PBrAHTKCST OF CUBA3D, okasd Axtarr or not Bookic, Denver. Cok Jane Sth, 38SS. To the riior NATiaxas. Teibote, Icae !-'U A-u Coxkadk: Will you lo kind cnoufii "" ' 1he attention of comrades who oou l -mituii vi-uii.s Denver during tin Encampment, noott:'ii.ie.Hy their families to the iinnerlauoa of wKKint' 4 quarters ia advance, which cwi fcedone t,y wriiuij; :i W. U.SavBjce,fecctay of the litd i ommii let . Mating the number in titcir tarty, date of tlioir arr.vai. said kfcid of accommodations tucy -dffei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

"-v.? THE EATTOHAIi TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, B. C, THUESDAY, JULY 5, 1883. J L FIGHTING THEIJ OYER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About . Tliclr Old Campaigns. Tnrlons Opinions About Cedar Creek. To the Ejmtoe. NatioxalTcibo-e: Since rending Comrade Sampson's note concern ing the battlo of Cedar Creek i luive leen waiting with considerable interest for other comrades to enter into thctibCUsiion. Idid not suppose that any one ever doubled but that it was n most complete eurpriseat OedarCrcck. Howclsecan youaeeount for the fact that comrades were shot before getting out of their tents, and that .aruHorymeii were not able to liarafjii their hordes and hitch tljein to their cannon in season to save them from capture? It -cams to me that Comrade Sampson's remark that "'The activity that some of the infantry displayed in their anxiety to get out of reach of the rebel bay onets and look for Little Phil was certainly very remarkable," is something like a sneer. It is not at nil remarkable that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 July 1883

j "' ;? zi THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. j BfflRsS8BBI9wHHHBBSiK5si;iSSiBBSlwlRMt!Bfe-' UvMSrWSW JJ, nJiSS! OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Heports from Leading Business Centres. A. report has reached SL Xouis that the pco- Ele of Bates county, especially in the neighbor ed of itich Kill, Mo., arc in a fever of escitc incut over the discovery of oil. It has been generally known that Beaumont & Foot have been sinking a well for oil, and about, three weeks ago there was a rumor that oil had been struck, but the rumor was then hushed up. The secret, however, grew too great to keep. On the 25th ulL a public test was made. The engine was started and five barrels of crude oil was drawn up. The well was sunk 600 feet, and the oil rose 400 feet, aud is pronounced by experts to be crude oiliu its purest state. A company has been organised, and other wells will bo sunk immed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

;yjy5--7 IStamal "Sfo jto ft Mm Mrtw te tr0vae ite totftte, unit fit IxU Mm md, wifmti Washington, d. a, Thursday, jtjly 12, 1883. YOL. n-ff 0. 48 -WHOLE NO. 100. ESTABLISHED 1877.-ISTEW SERIES. 0l:s itiwiti THE PURSUIT OF LEE. The Army of the PotomaG's March from Gettysburg to the Rapidan. RESULTS OF THE DELAY. General Lee Falls Back to the Rappahannock. MGE3? at BEISTOE STATION Lee Attacks the Second Corps and is Repulsed. IBy Maj.-GenH A. A. Humphreys. The twelfth volume of tlio Scribner series, entitled "Grant in Virginia," by Brigadier General A. A. Humphreys, TJ. S. A., proved so bulky as to necessitate the omission of that portion devoted to the period beginning at the defeat of Lee's army at Gettysburg on July 3, 1663, and ending with lulpatrick's raid. This has been bound separately in a thin vol ume of eighty-sis pages, with maps illustrat ing the movements of the Union and Confed erate armies back to their old camping ground on the Eappahannock, under the title " Gettys b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

" 3s ;T3"'S" t! -wr-rSJL. 7i ', " ". J -T v- -Jit -"t .. 5-t,-v ,'.'Wsytf"-'r 5 - . i-o "" n . & THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 12,-1883. - i? j J5, i TJJj .-t ijfw" S fn "" L0YALW0MpjSW0RK o Hho Fireside and the World Wide. Helpful Hints and Friendly Talks. Ohj dueled hy JZaic B. ShcrtcoocL Ivcop your houses dry and free from damps. It is one of the most difficult tilings for tho careful houet-hoepor, who is afraid of dust and flies and other su aim or pests, to learn that in shutting these out she shuts in worse enemies to health and comfort, and even cleanly house wifery. At first thought this may seem a little etrsnge, since when everything is shut out what can there he to shut in 't What, indeed, hut those invisible things damp, and mould, ,and mildew, and moths Y Invisible at first, hut which tako on alarming proportions hy and hv and work great Injury to many valu ahle and beautiful things, betides affording tho gorms of Sickness that may prostrate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

i-i e"P?S-?5rvr: f; - irt THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. TmPPS RURL TOPICS. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. MH.K VALUE OF DTFFKIIENT BKEEDS. Tho following arc sonic of the results of ex periments mado at the Ontario Agricultural Farm: The Shorthorn is an average milker, short m duration per season, low in specific gravity, high in per cent, of cream, proportionately in butter, and also high in cheese production. The grade of this breed approaches the nearest to what is called a " general purpose cow." The Aberdem Poll is low in quantity of milk, and the second highest of any in specific gravity. The Hereford is not more prominent than the preceding in regard to milk, except in proportion of butter from cream, in which it is highest. The Devon is most distinct in highest specific gravity of milk, and the weight of cheese from milk. - The GaUoway milk appears to be of a pecu liar texture, rich, or so small in butter globules ...

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