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

m SPSSBWF &3: "h Ti'iyi-C . er ' --'Si-Wi;' rcv?3J .8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. && OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading" Business Centres. The Examiner of Interferences in the Patent Office lias promulgated his decision in the eleven interference cases in the speaking tcle jpiliDnc. In the docision just rendered the ex aminer holds that the art of telephone speaking by means 1 an electric current had not hecn invented by auy of the claimants prior to Bell's application for a patent February 1J, 1S7G, and that Bell was the first to disciose and publicly explain the principle, as well as the first to con struct and use instruments to carry the princi pl iato effect With regard to certain iniprovc-mi-ats in the methods of transmitting vocal sounds in which Bell, Gray, Edison and Voelkcr were the contestants, the examiner holds that tvL.J...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 August 1883

Siri Stf-Sy -. f --- , - "&fl m fw Mm wtw te fonts tlw Mite, mut fov lug widow ami ai'ites'," ESTABLISHED ISTT.-KEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. VOL. H-NO. 51. "WHOLE NO. 103. mwwmm -. a a m a - illr'H il't'j'A' SHOTS CREEK FI&HT. a : The Story of the First Battle -of the War in Missouri. AB TJQTJAL GONTEST. Confederates Repulsed After a Six Hours' Struggle. IiY02PS HEBOIC DEATH. Official Reports by Union and Confederate Authorities. Apropos of the approaching Bcunion Au gust Sth, 9fck, and 10th of Confederate and Union soldiers who participated iu the battle of 'Wilson's Crock, or Oak Hills, Mo., August 10th, 1861, we print herewith the true story of the action and the movements which immedi ately preceded and followed it: The campaign undertaken by General Lyon against the Confederate forces under Generals Price and McCulloch, in July, 1SG1, desorved success. It was well planned, its routes care fully laid out, and its destination as nearly pre dict...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 August 1883

M , .- tZJT. "VL I"7 s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. 4 ti ' c-'o-oa hair, slightly threaded with gray; &'ndy mustache and goatee: a gonial face, Imt s'. 'nly furrowed around the eyes and across tin brow; awl fino teeth, which he shows to auvaatago. His eyes are basal, and, boing Tory near-sibtod, he wears glasses. MAKDttlOK AT STONE BIYEB. Speaking of the general's near-sightedness, ieixnd- u of a good story told of him at Stone E'vor. He is a gentleman of refined and pol ished address, and while in the sorvlce was fortunate in having a major Colonel Jim .in1i, uf Voungstown, Ohio whose charsctor isiie wtrc very similar and equally marked, (xi-ut-rai M-uKicrn'srejaraentwasonthe front 3. dp of bu:. where tiiey inust nioct the full sho k of Br. ekiaridge's assault, whose men wm -ri i Jig down i2tiieir right Ihuik. The jri'iK-rn! snt on hie horse, with, his sniff, laboring at sosic diwi vantage, since in riding through the ire',- bo had lost his ...

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

Vt "P- " -9cr -T i" h THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. SfflBSHBSraBS - -J- Ti -.. -" ii. " r T: .III-..T'.. '"T " - '1 w - - .-- M - a - a.-! r 2. Can lie authorize a Post to use a "written trans lation into German? My opinion on the points submitted is as follows : 1. 1 do not regard the language in which it is -written as a material part of the Ritual. I think its ceremonies would be as well performed in Ger man or French as in English; but the preparation of such a translation should be under the immedi diatc supervision oT the Commander-in-Chief. He might detail any competent comrade to print it. The copies printed should all be in his custody, and issued from the National Headquarters, as the Ritual in English is. 2. Under restrictions as to the mode of supplying the Ritual in a foreign language, which I have just stated, I think the Commander-in-Chief may au thorise its use by a Post composed of persons who speak the laugunge proposed better t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 August 1883

-m. : ' i y,' ST'! L5WSji! FTST sc rsep ""- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883: fSsrlliPslilW I?ff5?!iei ' The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) To .CARE PC HW -WHO HA6 KMWiE THE CATTLE, ANO FSR HIS WIDOW AKDOWKM." AtRAHAK UfcOOLN. TXE VAUWTV OF WE PUCUC 06BX OF THE UWTED States, AUTMWBiee by aw, imxuhk aesrs kvcwflase for ihyvewt or mwaom mm aommet fob eawioEs in sup- FK6WHQ IMSIHBKCTION Oft REKUiOM, SHAU. NOT K UC5- Tnes."-rSEC , Aw. XIV, Cowrmmo Of tmc United tatss. 1 OSManeR4T XHK AMJiCT ffCR OtVDTCS to tmc IKTEfl- t6TGFtEsouituatMHnin.eouiRiiy. tSAaattnY COVMCNC IT TO AU. tXHr.D6 "OF IKE OW9BB." P(M. VADeVOOI7, , e. a. r. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. 3Tt RMS OF St)6SdttFTtOW HmuwLv cmt w ADVANOC V. rv fORWAaOEO OTMEaWME THAM Y flEOtt TCS lX-T POSTAl KOWCV OK9EK, OR HAFT Otl NEW YOSK, W...I CE AT THE K OP THE OENOER, At AUO AU. eunaommeNs pao to agewk. JBTlgiWEWALS. 8WCHIOEW CAM AUMAV6 AKEHTAW THE BATE Vfs THFM BUMCSimoM WHJ. CWWf tQO...

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

S?!R89SPSPI THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;' D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Crimes and Casualties Pcrsoaal and Political Capital Topics. The Pseridont oil the 29th ult made tho fol- 3aing appointments: Edwin JL Kevin, Jr., to 1 be naval officer cC customs st miladelpnia, i"a., vice James Pollock, -whose term has expired; George F. Lehtnd to be surveyor of customs at Plritaoelphia, vice Nein, promoted to the naval oflloe ; Charles E. Morris, collcccor of costuins for the district) of Genesee, X. Y., vice'Wm. T. ShapaeH, -wheat term has expired. Ootoael A. D. Robinson, one of the law clerks in the Department of Justice, died at Warm 3trijE3. V, oh the mil ult. Ool. Robinson tyus from New York. He served in the army during the war, aad had been connected with the Department of Justice for a number of years. Sergeant John A. Killer, battery C, Second artillery, committed suicide on the morning of 1 the Sath alt. by shooting JtinwKsf tarooga the Load. He was ia char...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 August 1883

Hggppp WfZst&MmzsSzggs&m r?svx im?mrm " .? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,, D. 0 THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers, THE AI.MOXD THEE. The common almond tree, JVunttt communis, is a native of Asia Minor, Syria, and Persia. It prows from twenty to thirty feet in height, and m appearance closely resembles a peach tree. The fruit consists of a dry, coriaceous exterior, surrounding a wrinkled stone, which incloses the seed, and constitutcsUhe almond of com merce. Almonds are divided into two vers' dis tinct kinds: the hitter and the sweet There are many varieties, especially of the sweet, which differ in size and shape, the hardness or softness of the shells, and the value of the kernels. The softest shelled almonds are called Princess; these are very tender, the shells are easily crushed, and the kernels arc highly es teemed. The production of almonds in California is rapidly increasing and'will soon supplyas good an...

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

W&&i F-r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. THE GRIERSON RAID. Crossing Ho Peari A Fierce Home Guwail A TalGgraplilc Eiise. By JL W. SmS, MeiUe Or col:, Mch. IV. "Wclefl; eawp at:30 'dock a. m. on tlie tenth day, the Sufch Illinois in advance Thj-eo sol ders had to be loft boimtd, being too foeblo to travel further. Abeut 8 o'clock the scouts came in sijjht of Kaleijra, Smith county, a small town. On otiteriug the place I saw a mau hastily ineunt hi horse- and ride away at full speed, jhmI as tkis hud a suspicious look I or dorotl two of iy men, who were well mounted, 1 give Lijti chawi. They soon got within pistol ghut and ordered him to halt He showed no diaposUiou to obey orders, but on a few shota being fired changed his mind and very reluctantly returned to town. JIo was doHvored over to Colonel Grierson, together witm 43,000 in Confederate " greenbacks " and a handle of papers, which contained some val uable information. Ho proved to be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 August 1883

EWVjSt C.W rftjR.'Mj'S-T ?&& V. j v7 i w - jst- r isT THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,-!). 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Infetxial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development o FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Btisnieas Centres. Tiic Internal Uevcuae Bureau estimate that tNre w5H 1) tie foMowiup reduction in an nual internal jevcMtHj reoetpts, as a losult of the law of March 3, ltsSS ; Ofrfeef of 7u..'ion. Atmufil Jteduclion. CVp-tal .ti2li-Hi it-of hanks and bunkers mil ic. ia -.. .... 6,249,173 Si.urt. t .. .. m and tonokiufr tobacco....... 12.W8.I88 Cig.n - 9,122,tt26 --irci'r GO&jQoZ il i 1 .i . of ji dlcrs uf totacco aud of in u.i in r-.if mid dealers iu tottc- , i ." vi, .-. Ac.. . ................. 1,13G,405 5''..ti ' . .'. It. ub Atvbs 'JtlfS 1K1 Ji.-liC 1 ln.tii'iicn . ' - - ' - -rw w pwVTmrV WWVVVH1B V VBV T 8,272,25s Pntvi,t iui ci.i iik'b, ttcr&uibry, oosmotios. v j3j05H Ad 1 c. . il and depeedta f national...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

f 'sasggysaf -t&tjsi? ""ar.w-rt ?-& ?R- f'fS?:5w.1J JbhSR.-v": &rzirrfya?i w Spe K5V pg&Z&i "V'-W 6. -J' $$l U jcr rave for Mm ivlta to twite tftf fcttttc, mut fov Ms uito juuT ovirtuutf. ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883. VOL. II-NO. 52.-WHOLE NO. 104. E?L'HFJl! AW'TSF'fr T 0RRm - . yr X J STOEIES OF THE WJffi. Reminiscences of Events that are Dear to the Rank and File. SPKENG HULL CAMPAIGN. A Graphic Picture of Harnden's Charge at Burnt Hickory. THE TOSBMOST BEIGADE. Siege of Morris Island Dispute About Reno's Death, &e. To the Editor National Tribune: In yonr issue of Jane Slit, contributor, in giving an account -of the affair at Spring Hill, Tenn., at the time of Hood's advance, raises the question "Why Hood, despite those throe bri gades Bradley's, Lane's and Opdycke's, did not throw Ms army across the Columbia pike at Spring Hill and secure the destruction of Schofidd, so manifestly within his grasp," and thus, by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

l SLif -- " t." -"-?.. ft - Zr -ivr-?- .. t- , t, -j a THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883. 2 t n?sisg OLD ARMY BALLADS. Not Mask for Poetry, but Character istic of tlie Soldier. Aside from ifre patriotic sengs which mate np what is tw generally accepted as the "poetrv of te war," thre is a claw of nruay ballads wltfe at one time appenlod quite as stroiudr t tiw; feelings of the soldier as " Bally Buad tlie FIC Bars," "Sbcnnaa's March to the See," John lirowa's Body," or aiiy of the sttrrhis iyri wfcicit rc still heard at military Ewtniona. Few of them, it is true, possess any litfcrary merit, anfl soae are the veriest dog gewii. bnt they illtitrate,A6 no other war poetry does, tha enrmmuas of purpose that character lizifl th rank d file of both our Eastern and Wftstora armies. It is for this reason that out of he husdivs'.s f sadi compositions that have bean soat s from time to time, some repro duced from menwy and others resurrected from old and mnsty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

!PilliSPPmSStfJf t- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883. RURiJL TOPICS, Some Practical Suctions for Our Agricultural Readers. THE ATLAKTUUS TEEE. Under the name of the Tree of Heaven, the Ailauthus -was at one time a fashionable city street tree. Its rapidity of growth and the cer tainty of its taking root after transplanting wereite strongest merits. But it soon foil in public estimutaon ; the odor of it& flowers was objected to by many persons', and its tendency to throw np em-hcrs from its roots rendered it unfitted for a lawn tree. As a park tree, its peculiar pinnate leaves aad heavy growth are suggestively unoiiuu. iue pisunaie ana siaiu inatc lloAven; are produced on separate trees. The nauseous odor belongs to the staminate flowers only, en that by planting the pistillate form the objection of theod-frmay be obviated. But, although it Jias been eondunojl a3 a street tree, yot wo think that it is one of the few among foreign trees worthy of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

s& ", !V, fl- . V - 't jk:. "Bei.-1 ' -ss t: ? - - t " -- " " L Si'- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, -Dj C, THURSDAY, AUGUST -9, 1S83. The Iatigml Tribue (ESTABLISHED 187.) To case f him who ww aaaw vwe ttle, .ak) ron tUS WIDOW AW&OHfHAKS."- AeaAM! UMOKK. ""The iAUBST or THE p-JSUB DEBT OF the Uwteb Statts. Jkure'rE3 iy law, ikoljwwg dcots wcumai cm FtvwtKT of w 6 ws - aomum x kswcw t a- FKLS64NC. IMvft. . t , OH CrUJON. 6tAU. tuOT K UC6- j, r- . st' A - '.'. Cd6TnvTo the Uwrea t tprsr pwct ocvotto to "we row r.it,:i'HTHftW1. lOWWOTLY i,0HFS or TC OR3S1.' Pimm. v.0eaoar. CEE Cr 1KLM COKftNC II ." .!. , G. A. H. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. On Dollar per Year. X-TCRM" OF SUfiS ry.(mr!l. M mv orR-eD WUi L.'TtO- (TV. Mpwpr TWER, OB BKTW CK Vcf ! a " "'-r '- f ew. as au. 4 "LNEs a s .-tttcmaeK can aunwa wmi the iTc wh" !- -: cmrtoMnu.CKMttr ukwm fT THE MBi CS T t WRWBR OF TWB MPCM, (WW THE 6Mr S " '-" O. Tk "HauEKBII"OF' T Jwi v'J!iX Ti APC tNTiTtCS li8 DtnC m e OEsmrr. &jt ovesciMie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

vS-fAii? ''IbVJv PT THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883. hiw - -, - . . , .. -r ..-..-, . , d , I. c c l a t t! ft a JEWS OF THE WEEK. 'rimes and Casualties Pcrsal arid falliml CRfitaJ T?ics. - The saaasi r-p rt of Major PetorCL Haines "Stains to ih 1 feM of Wshi-iet-wo bus outward u t j-Chief of Engineers. For-t j ws lu- tmviv tfe last eomg to nuu. He i th lu oc at trt fr Q W ca Be -v w bi iti I r - i fi tl t ran be ae question us to the para . , ty & j"1 this work in tbor- o c it, 1 i ; x : f.v-d year, a- with- to stop a hostile fleet ii.i.i tsa-.y rang of the ;. IT IS W ' rw-hig i r four! .HI. !'! ! i -. iroack t : th- P a MTvjfahl guns at Fort t ' i .it, hovrerer. with ae ? .c-'KHie, apd three aa- i!H.rk eimnandiag the i!.-. tii inaaad Washington -t Uivrr. wa.h tiomiaeMOvid It was n i"- c t-nph ted. aad, as with W .- iytei. , , -t , n,jf 1S rrmg la rata. 1 .i.tiOi n ikd for, aad 4i! . str.n.:lyii'sdefcbatttue r six guns at this Fort, all of - .i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

s3s-:prf?lfp 3- r'23.' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883. THE GRAND ARMY. News From Hie Various Deparmcnls Record of New Posts. After the annual Encampment there is gen erally a loll in the work of recruiting, but tlits year there scorns to be uo abatement of activ ity anywhere, and reports of the stnbl ishuient of now Posts arc daily received. We must again call the attention of onr comrades, how ever, to the importance of seleeting in each Post soine comjwtent member to act as Tnm vse correspondent, n as to insure the prompt and accurate reporting of Post news. This de partment of TnK Tkiudxk would be greatly enhanced in interest if every Post would act upon the suggestion. During the pa?t week we have forwarded Tiuijuxe blank applications for Post charters to the following: E. Faringam, Cantril, Iowa; Ocar F. Geer, Le Roy, N. Y.; Edsou Tread well, Burlington, Mich.; R. P.Starkers, Metropolis City, 111.; M. T. Short, Ashmorc, 111.; Cliarles Cooper, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

wP&SIW r ;-- --3. ""rrfi -3s&'V f-r" v r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUG-UST 9, 1883. 7 FIGHTING T-HEJjI OVER WiHitte Y-oteraas Have (0 Say About Their OW fAMjiaisiis. The Tenth Indians Buttery at Moccasin Point. To t)be Bditer Katioxai. Tbibukx: TJio uvottiag after lite tattle of 3ocl:smauga ourbsttery was orderod acioss theTwaoe lltw. "We went down to tlie extreme point of Moccasin, opposite Lookout Mountain. The nest morwui the enemy (quitted oh ns with artSHory. 1m our position wo were unable to do tfeetfl any damage, and so moved back out of range to choose position, Captain Naylor, oar battery conimanaer, Bavins the choice. My section Liouteu&nt L. Cox commanding iook Ums highest jwint, where it could com mand aU the territory irom Lookout to Mis-' sion JMdgc Lieutenant AlfCosucr took posi tion to or right ah.ut two hundred yards distant. We immediately commenced fortify ing under charge ot the engineer corps, our wen cutting down all the tim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 August 1883

WtWf. THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHTNGTOF, D. 0., THUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883, ;8 ?2?s!5P OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE A-ND TRADE. .Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. Tlie Minnesota statistical agent of the United States Agricultural Department in his report, cated August 1. ;rives the condition of crops in this State as follows: Wheal. 11)2 per cent., corn 87 per cent., rye 97 par-cent., oats 06 per Cent., barley W per cent., buckwheat 95 per cent., potatoes 101 per cent., amber sugar cane 83 p?r cent., and beans J)G per cent., the unit representing anavcragc good crop.being in each instance 100. Ueparts lroni the southwestern counties touching the wheat crops are uni ibrniH good, and, but for the damage done by the storui of July, would send the average cou dit.on lor the State several points higher. Tiiey albo iudicatc fuliyau average yield for outs, barker, rye, and potatoes. From the south-easa-rii counties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

?" iT W 3-i i v ;- -v fmmm "0 mi fiw Mm wfa te Irovuc iH tattle, atuT ft tita Mm amt 0virtun$u" ESTABLISHED 1877 -jStEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883. yol. m-m. 1 -WHOLE NO. 10&1 -if' VV y 4 1 F v IF i" j. Am A BATTLE OF BELMOE ... i General Sherman's Gall for Trco Hun dred Thousand Men. HE IS ADJUDGED INSANE. Lack of Munitions of "War in JoTinston's Army. HULT OF THE ITGHT. Victory Claimed. Toy Botli Union and. Confederate. Tho vit of Secretary Cameron and Adjutant G en oral Thomas to Louisville on October 16, 1681, resulted iu the removal of General Shoriaan from the command of the Department of the Oumhoriand. Of Ibis interview, General Shonnansaysinhi6"Meuioirs": "I remember taking a large map of the United States, and, assuming the whole South to be in rebellion, and tMt our task was to subdue tliem, showed that McOldlan was on the loft, having a front age of lose than a hundred miles, and Fremont on tie right about the same, whereas I, the center, li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

gssf5r- 3-y' t-. - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883. PpPf LOYAL WOM'SWORK c Hericw of Hie Work Done at Denver. Our Experience Meeting. IGwdtKled ly Kale B. Sherwood. Tho-writor bavin? attended the Denver En caaipmentand participated in the work of organ izing a National Woman's Belief Corps, takes great pleasure in reporting that the great mass of the old sldiers in attendance are heart and soul in sympathy with the plan of union agreed upon. Wiioa the various Auxiliaries, Corps, and Leagues came together, representing such a variety of views as to the plan of work, and so widely at variance upon the eligihility ques tion, it was feared by the wisest heads that a serious disagreement would prevent any feas ible plau of unification. Indeed, some of the comrades, whose faith in woman's organizations Lad been shaken by previous observation, pre dicted that no organization was possible. But it is safe to say that the great leaders in the movomcut knew w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

wippip JK"ysw V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGT9N, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883. RURiJL TOPICS, I I I - III Some Practical Surest ions for Oar Agricultural Readers. BOM.TXG GROUND AFTER SEEDING. It has long bt en an established practice in gardeuing operations to trample or otherwise compact ilic ioil over newly-aown scuds, and wii.h Mich farm crops as turnips, bt eta and car rota, fowing machine for putting in these crops are arranged ) that ro lers pass over the drills "" after the heeds ae diopped. We presume that all kind oJ beeds wnuld he equally Wiielitvd by this ojM-ratJon at least, wc cannot think, of any exception to tl.is rule, and that it is ap plicable to jrraiu crops, has been fully venl'ed, and has, lime aiid again, been recommended and Teeugiusod by tome farmers, but it has never bwn projserly understood and considered as iL ought to he. in a late iMMieof the Kansas Farmer mention is mudu of a method of seeding winter wheat' w.ioli removes largely the danger of inj...

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