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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

j.arvi:3T7'j'w'tr "?v&3&ZT?rz ,ro"Oiff'sjw'?WBwrer.mr v-f-sas --.;-? tjts-t'tc----t-r,:?'-' w?rg 3 - .' j - v-'.--,, "T- , . .- -' Cj-'--"J- - " "--.. - , - r---s,.i5jrTJ " WW 5"ri "., -5r'-' J-; Jv t.W '1 -'-.- .'"'J,T'-J'Vft -- . -" "-' 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. iW'F Wl'Wi1 "WIWMi V. 'fl H'WH Ml I 1 HIP MM Mffl'l HP1 J ff 1 i ' ' ' WW ' il I'lll "W'l Mr I I H i I 'l I111 I I ' H Mil IHHIMI' i I I I 'Ml III M I I ' MM I I ' IMUli II Mill Ml I M III I IM I i I I I I IW II h III i III II IM III ll W 1 III W MM P t H li H OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its IMustrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Devdepfflcnt FINANCE AND TRADE. Liatesfc Heports from Leading Business Centres. Tho iperriep fitspoctor-gcueral of steam rcvete sihws that during the hcI year ended June 39, 2cfc3, the total imaiber of accidents 3v-'jtt? in lose of life was 34, of which 12tvero froi.i explosions, 5 from fire, 11 from collisions, srd 6 from suags. wrecks ud si...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 September 1883

TiL .rAj.trsrraBJriWBMVMW"1!1 I i-k-. 7afag3i p vr" "&ff aw for torn wtw to tonic tfw &nttfc, una fov lift alto utf 0Vitas." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. YOL. III-NO. 4.-WH0LE NO. 108. ESTABLISHED lSTJV-NEW SERIES. HKSSBCTTtqRTS yV ARM OF THE OHIO. Its Organisation under Msjor-General Don Garlos Buoll. ROW-MEET STATION MGHT The Thirty-sooond Indiana Its First Engagement. in F1GH3? AT SAGRAKEISTO. Forrest's Cavalry T-od by Boaaititfal Young Lady. Brigadier-General Don Carlos Buoll assumed command of the Department of the Ohio, which ats made by consolidation of the Depart ments of l&c Ohio, Cumberland, and the West, on the loth of Jovember, ld6L The States comprised in the new department were Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, that portion of Ken tucky lying cast of the Cumberland River, and Tennessee. The southwest corner, in which the towns of Paducah, Mnyfield, Columbus, and Hickman were located, known as the Jackson Purchase, belonged to the Department of the...

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

ssa Pfpiprflipipfpiira gPPif r' ;.- r w5T"''sw V?" - -" V 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. WWW LOYALWOMP'SWORK O i Music ai HoiaeWltolcseHie Cookery. Onr Experience Meeting, fa. n-iMtw&A &y EuU B. Stiannood. There is nothing so delightful r.B music in a lio;i", and notluag more lienefictal in ius effect upon the bealtfc and happiness of a household. Mumc is not simply a rucreatMii, bntau employ met.i. Had wfce7ttr has mastered the keys of a piano or JcKiaed to manipulate the strings of a violin ha-shown 8 talent for application that w 11 be fanad very useful Jo him in prosecuting the duller details of a work-a-day existence. In families where asu-ac is cultivated as an art ih n is x manifest elevation of tlie moral tone and a steady rise in the atmosphere of taste. The resdtfis&oss that possesses those who aro ihrwn poi their own resources, anil yet have no meant, of creating an employment that shall miniMer to their natural craving...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 September 1883

pp wsslp THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. "T-- j-i iur- i i :YJ Some Praoiical SRj&esiions for Our AgricHliuml toilers. MWATO EOT. The potato rot isaiawod by a fungus, called Tenmttr infaXvng, winch first atmckb tan foiiuc vi tfie" plaut nnttuBg putcui on the ynileibiiv of tftf hstves winch -9 ton spread nod attack tho stems, and u!u.uHtdy the fundus threads run down the stems and swach the tubers, causing Uuar docay. This fungus U aWlv Hvd to the fungus which destroys the foliage of the grape viue, and may he produced "by . shmlr cause It is Wf li-kaown that ia lucalitios where continued heavy dews are common that the foliage of most varieties of grapes become iufucted with the fungus J'won otptira miottla, nd that in localities where there are but Hide or auy dews, the vines arc not attacked. Cover.ngs over grape trellises, which prevent radiation of heat, are found to protect the loaves from injury- in low. tortile valleve, whore potatoes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 September 1883

- . jv P- f ? M .Sfc- -"f'J sf 4 THE tfATICHAL TEIBUNE: WASIIING-TOF, D; 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. ' ""fja IT The National Mm (Established 1877.) TO CARt FOR HtN WHO HAS SOPNC THE OATTtC, AN3 FOR rW Av ORPHANS." AWMHAK UttCOlK. "'HE VA CT OF THC PUBLIC OHT OF THC UWTEO 5 a. 'horizcd or iw, mcuMMMs ears incurr por t of kxhonc and flowNTKe or wnviooi IN 6UP- ,i (.iJnCTW. O IWU.t0lt, 6MAU. HOT BE Ct9- Sec 4, Amr. X1V, Contitvtn of thc Umtdd s i . vr THC API CST PAFC 0tOT TO THE WTER- 1 f r.tr.KBu' SHED (N Tvr COUKTBr. ICAflMGeTLY J T'OAU VKAtfct Of T Owe Paul VanObmwRT, C -.ii w Ciw, . A. R. . N- U3LISHED WEEKLY. , - O.-e Dollar per Year. ". OF J use ,fTiOW iHWMWiijr mw w cv -vAKrri cTrw6 ha v mom- , POTA NC-Tt POSTAL MOMCt OBOBR. OR tOOIl v EC AT THE MB OF THE SENOtK, V .N -., - s t -i-- tr r " TC AG!?KT6 J"-"'.WAIS. SjSRrBE C M.WMW AaCSTTAH) - -r tmep b'-bsCR pto wm ewwc r ioomo 1 rfi Oft THC WRtPPtR OF T4U MMBR, MUCH 6 r" 7HHT Of Tr-t ' WHOLE ttuMIKfl OF THC LAOT V " C M&...

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

'WtWW: 7MiPsPIS 31??" jp5j tjai THE !STATI(MAL TRIBUNE: WASHmGTON, JX 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. 8 AWEE11 AT CAMP &EARY The Encampment of the Grand Array at Gettysburg. A JOLLT GOOD 03ME. Hegimental Bauiiions, Con certe, Gamp-Fires, &c. Special CozTQMHiAwMjeStalloMl Tribune: QxTTXttmstG, Pa., Sept. 1. The thfcrty-fliird eetBi-aiiHual Encampment of the Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Arov of itbe Republic, ooBi.uenced here a week ago to-day. This is the fifth year it has been bete on this battlefield, and surely nowhere in our Slate coaW a nere appropriate place for it he food. The arrival of trains from all directions oh .Saturday brought ia the com moes and their families from Pittsburg, Al leetiii, Lancaster, York, Reading, and other ptaoes, so that when the special train erf four teen hetwity laden pamenger cars from Philn doltaw wecst-d bet iu the evening tho oM tewa was f,rriy swarming with men who wore tfco Woe Unfortunately this train was over aa hearb Iritd t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 September 1883

SSiBSP s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. THE GRAND ARMY. Everywhere Bright Prospects. Post Encampments and Musters. Our icolnnms are taxed to tho utmost this we3;. and many interesting Hums of aavrs havo (been necessarily crowded ont. The lull Had Interesting account of die Gottysjrg Eu caiiiinimit, however, which we punlfab on an other imge, will atoue for any deficiency in that raspt-ct. The New Jersey Encampment began at Prinoeton on Monday, bai owing to the hour at w&idi we go to press wc are nimble in tho pr-wt :aie to give a report of irs p:oeeedings. It will appear in our nest number. It will fce-seou from Assistant Adjutant Gen eral Stewart's report of rhe semi-annual En campment to tlie DoMrtnx'jnt of Pennsylvania liiat liie Department now numbers over 30,000 comrades a splendid showing, but one that ought to le greatly surpassed six months hence. There are enough ox-soldiers still sur viviug'in Pennsylvania to warrant the state men...

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

p. THE NATIONAL TllIBUWE: WASHINGTJ3N, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. "" eQjTlNQ THE! OVER. Wliai Oar Veterans Have to Say About Tlielr Old Campaigns. The Thirtieth Illinois at Bolmont. To the Editor Nation ax Tbibuxij: I road, in last week's issue of The Trtbuxe, an article ou the bsttle of Belmont, which cuts xay gnltant old regiment out of its first light outiroly. Yoar correspondent, in alluding to the rejitneuts participating in that sanguine onafleaicut in the woods under tho big guns at Columbus, mentions the Thirteenth Illinois, Colonel Phillip B. Fouke. That is au orror, as Phillip B. Fouke was colonel of the Thirtieth Illinois; sot the Thirteenth. I was a member of company D, Thirtieth Illinois, from its or ganization at CampBuUor, Illinois, on the 20th of August, 1861, till I was ordered to the rear by Sorgeant-Major McDonald, on account of aspiration of term of enlistmout in the rifle pits before Atlanta, Georgia, on the 36th of Augnst,.13Gi. I passed through twenty...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 September 1883

i? h .8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. jO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883; ! OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. A gigantic Irrigating canal is being mafle in Fxesno county, Cal., to water thirty millions of cres of Litlicrlo dry and worthless desert. It will be 100 feet wide at bottom and five feet deep. Tho water is drawn from King's Hirer. The dam will be feOO feet long, 25 high, 140 feet base and 25 feet top. It will bo the largest in the State. From being the most worthless, this great area when irrigated will, it is ex pected, be as productive as the richest laud in the Slate. In his testimony before the United States 6c"ito committee on labor at Now York, Au gust 31st, President Green, of the Western Un ion Telegraph, said the company had about 2.C-K) stockholders, the largest single holding lieing about $3i,O00,O00. He thought the wages paid employees wore e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

mS5 V"' I'wiijwmuj' 5$ . 'r-'K v& - "a rare far taut tvto to Xjovwc tftf.lmttte, ami frv tu wtto amt otptattS. w WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883s VOL. m-NO. 5.-WH0LE W. 109. ESTABLISHED 1877 -STEW SERIES. vOJUUrU, J EiKr t f' ':mjir:::-rJik n gj ISbSIB SHMAMOJiH VJLLLEI Debatable Ground, Occupied Alternately by Both Armies. SE3DBIDA2PS . CAMPAIGN. The Engagements of Opequon and Fisher's Kill. BA2EBGE 03T GEDAR- GREEK Interesting Correspondence Re lating to the Battle. The oanlest for the possession of the Shenan doah Valley, continued with varying sncccsscs to lie Union and Confederate forees through the earlier years of the war, was brought to a close in the autumn of 1S61 by General Sheri dan. The turnpiko leading from Harper's Ferry to the uppor passes of the Blue Bidge hadheen for three years the common highway of both armies, and the craggy heights lining the Bides of this beautiful valley had echoed the tramp of flying feet in both directions. Alternate vic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

. $?$ " r ms BmmmMrmsm-A-t mww LOYA-LWOMPSWORK laces. Hygiene, and Cookery Ex perience Meeting, &c. lOamtmcttA y A'ate 5. ,ortZ. Somtboiy says, wd we would bo in no way sapri-ssd o know that it was Shakespeare him fcilf. ttt "Fashion wears out more apjmroi than the num.' Very well, since it lias faeoa the fashion to follow 'fashion, from Sbakes piares time down to the present hour, let us look for a momrat at what fell fashions are. And first, we find the fashion erase to be a mania for lace. Now, lace is vastly becoming to both old and voting; it softens the wrin kles and tones the complexion of age, and it heifdttHS the flash oh the poachy cheek of vouch. So it womkl soeni that lace would al ways le desirable, did we not remember times when e-en Dochesge point was quite cast in the siiac In- the demand for nun embroideries, and, for commoe wear, kerchiefs of linen or silk. Of coarse, there ha never been a time whea rare laces were not desirable, especially for evening wear, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

RUoWW'JUMW. : y msaimsmfi&m t' $. - -'," "i5'-sr- -y --i -' . "ft3f . -- . -r-c - - i -" M- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: -WASHINGTON, I. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. OUR-RURIJL TOPICS, . Some Practical Suggestions for Our Asricaimral Readers. SHED SAVING. "Whether it is beet for farmers ar.a gardeners to save their own seed or make y.arly pur cbasoe, depends very much upon tarcuinstances, or rather iifiou the particular kind ol" seeds in question and Lhc rammer; "f Having them. Seed raising is a business which requires fekill m culture and grent di5crimiiiatiug knowl edge, which can only be acuuireJ by ob rvaiit practice As a general rule it is cheaper, iu the 1...I- run. to lmv oeds than to attempt to save them , this remark applies with greater force to cheseeds of improved varieties than to species which are it-produced with more cer.ainty from seeds. It is wiic of the g: cat arts in seed raising to keep varieties true to tbeirdesenptivo pecu liarities, and wi h some kinds ol se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

?SSS -gr , &??& ? "l-t - f rv? r.- 7-,v - !"" 'IS?- THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, . 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. 4 MjpjwaigiiriSaBg T: Tribune IONAL (Established 1877.) . TO CM HOR HIM WHO MM SfWC THC BATTIE, AKO FOR his vaeow MKMJWHAN." ABRAHAM LlWOOlM. "THE VAUOWV W THE PWBUC BWT OF THE UITEO WJH, AUTHOWICD BV 1AW, WCLttOI DEBTS WCBflBtt POH f.ySwt or kcmhom tan twuwna for bciwices k sop- PSESSIN6 HWUMCCTIJW HCBCLLIO, WML WOT BE QVES--IIOKE. BC. 4, ART. aV, COMTJTVfW OF THt UMTS) States. " J WWI"-" IT THE MtECT PAPCft FWT6D TOTHC WTer CT80i T. r c 1 H P -WUMS TH COtTHr. lEMMteTLV COWC O .' T J ALL COMWiatt OF THE CaOER." F-.m. wOaBwooTt r,. A.K. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. of SUaecWFTtOW ttmmm am r FORttMlPO OTMFDMMC TW WB9I- TCREB i? Dfi.Fr cm ii .06Tt CTE, fOCTM. WOKE OtSCR, OR n. v ok, an v ac r the Ram of we vbokr, ri fti: 8 pm to Aenrra v-c -Htm- u nnraaMawu.cmRCir tsoatas rue ' AT THF N 'V i B ON T MVCR OF THEM WW, WHKSN 16 1MTCTI'. WH31 OF THE tT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

sppjp W!?PPSISfflS!8S!W 3rSj - iJ " -r- C-" "" - - - - -'-.-"v- - ' j.-"S ' c THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. T PLATED OUT YET " Pvoustjis bunions of Veterans in Erciy SccHflfi of the Country. Tieunlen ol" Ohamiawiaa Oe.X.Y.) Vioa Union. The lleuaHH f te ChairuMiqHa County Veteran Union, wttidt was held at Point Chau tauqua on tin? 26th a& 29ch of August, was a sucowk, notmitawtendiag Uo pouring rain which cantfamw! doling the snorter jwrt of the two days. All the G. A. It. Posts iu the county were represented, and many soldiers and sail ors not members of the G. A. R. were present. The vast tabernacle having bean assigned to 1m saUmk for the Keamon, wie President, Capt. Xewel Cheeney, called te meeting to I order about I v. m. o fhe 28th aad called upon Chaplain E.cl-r. of Elliujrtoa, for the opening prayer. Ttei was followed by singing tlio "Battle Hvwu of tiie BttpaMic" Coawwb- IL O. Fry, Vioe-Prwadent and busi n ess manager of the Poiat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

mmwjmmwmmfw-'smmm ' - "J" " " 'r-iu- --. .. ... lriJ-iJwV.liT . ..MA CTRralkl5T- , ,j " JW WfSSsFlW - ,- - T- ,- . , - - . , 5 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. iS5SS?S'-SlJ!a(Kt' 4wjr !? -"- - f -Jlr w $ jftr J" THE GRAND ARMY, Afairs at National HcattyuaTicrs taeral Beailfs Movements. 6poei.I " onxayHmdaHoeNnttonnl Tiibune. PaiLAiisuiiiA, Saptetuber 10. From the manner in which Comiaander-in-Chiai" BatUi has settled down to real hard -work, it is evident thai nil the slowing predic tions Uiat have been made as to tho result of his aawinitrdoH will be fully verified. Every afternoon. after having finished tho many duties connected with hie private business, he repairs to National headquarters, where for several hours he gives a personal supervision to tiie multitude of matters requiring attention there. For a time alter entering upon the cares and responsibilities ofhis high office lie was aide to do but little, ImtafiSooH asall thebooks and pa ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

IM5PP?PBP rS? 'S3iFJ:-V'i-flk i , v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 13, 1833. FIGHTING THEIf OVER i. .- . "What, Oar Yctcrans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Tlic Sixteenth Corps at Atlanta. To Hie Editor Isatioxai, Teibtjxe: In panning my arLiole on -the battle of July 22d, before AUauta, I used the term" right" of the army instead of "Left." I can't tell how I came to make the error, as I know as -well as Comrade Walker, of the Twelfth Wis- vj&consin, that it -was the "left." I hope this Admission of my error will relieve all pressure from KlilBjhidl do not claim to be acquainted with any of the social movements of the Seventeenth Corps, (although I had the honor of serving in that splendid corps as a member of the First brigade, First division, under the gallant ' Joe " Mower, after Atlanta fell till the cIo?e of the war,) and I know not how much dirt the splendid old Third division threw during the night of the 21st of July. All I claim ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 September 1883

,f -- IHSt, -y;- .1'- o THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, .vD. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial Commercial, Eailroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports irona Leading Business Oentres. A mooting of (lie stockholders of the South ern Taeraih Company was held in Xew York VefliKJ6flay, Sejitemher G, Toivnsend Cos, Jr., ana H. W. Allen retired from tuu board of di xcotors. The membership of the directory vras increased from nine to oleTea. The following iv-ore elected to fill the vacancies thus created : A. V. Disaock, G. S. ilott, G. Putnam Smith, and J. G. Case. All of these gentleman are di rectors of the Bankers and Merchants' Tele graph Company, which has recently acqured control of the Southern Company. Tho chauges are the first steps in Ihe amalgamation of the Bankers ad Merchants', the Southorn and the American Rapid Companies. The Southern has 1.0u0 miles of pole line, and by nest wek its Imus will be finished a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

' .-y r -S'sVfi- V.c7r51 "fSff nm fov Mm wtw te forcttc the tortile, imfl fov ttte wlta anfl orplning.' ESTABLISHED lS77.-iFEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. yol. m-m. 6 -whole m. no: dfe PMefwpPgP?- TVtrf -V- I Ur &WMWBR8gA GARFIELD IKEpCKY Humpkey Marshall Plants His Foot Upon His Native Heath. CONFEDERATE EOROES. Garfield's Brigade Advances Upon tlie Confederate Camp. "BATTLE OE MEDDLE CREEK Retreat of Marshall's Defeated Army Through. Pound Gap. The region of country known as Eastern Kentucky, bordering upon Virginia and sepa rated from it by the Big Saudy Eiver, is rough and sparsely populated. At the outbreak of the rebellion the inhabitants, like their neigh bors in Western "Virginia and East Tennessee, clung instinctively to the Union. Frugal and industrious, brave and independent, they pos sessed many of the characteristics of the pio neers of Kentucky, whose deeds of valor in the wilderness have for generations formed the traditionary lore abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

"P5' "(Hw-WSylSt " pfk' rfc THE 2TATI0NAL TIBLT1TE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. 2 rpipSwis LOYALWOMP'SWORK' - i Colds and How to Avoid Them Our Experience Meeting. lOm&HCted I JMe S. Skeruood. ThQ'Smcfroats' niAt have come and the daysVhe.ovtiia; midday Mid when the is shminc bristly, a keen Iweose is apt to blow. nrtift we d? The Brat imiwlse is to pot on -warm dothwift, the aeoiwd fc to say, " O, it will 1 bo warmer in ayor two; I will wait and! 600.'' The delay m most cates is most aanger ohs, and results iu a cold thai "hangs on all winter.' Nafen did not make man like the other ani mals, with a natural protection against the ole meute. Naked came he into -the world and naked shall he go thither. This is the decree of the great I Am. Man haviug been endowed witk waaonis aopposed to he ahlc ro take the material his Maker has provided and take care of himself. Does he do it when he faces the rigors of tall in the thin garments of summer? Does the toother do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

sif- sfwp "jFr- THE NATIONAL TEEBTJNE: WASHINGTON, jD. 0., THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. OUR RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Snggcslions for Our Agricultural leaders. GRAPE atlLDEW. This 3s tie groat obstacle in the way of ex tended prai)e culture, and although the facts connected with its external appearand are Tory easily traced, the physiological condition of the plant wlum attacked, and the modus operandi of tlie progress of the disease have givou rise to ranch speculation, and some very strange fancies have been promulgated on the suljjoct; hut, unfortunately, none of them have proved to he of much advantage to the fruit grower. So far, the JoHowing iwinis have been deduced from observation: 1. That mildew on tlie leaves of the grape is mainly the result of atmosi-beric influences. 2. The Penmspora, or mildew, that attacks the leaves ou their under surface, is encour aged by the atmospherical conditions accom panying dull, cloudy weather, with occasional showers; or when heavy dews...

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