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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

mmmm i-' k THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ,'D. , 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. I-. The National Tribune. (Established 1577.) HIS WIDOW AMD OftPHAKS." ABRAHAM L.WOOLN. The vauwtv of the pobuc debt of the Ukited TATC6, AUTMOWieB S LAW, tNOLUOtMC DCBTS INCURRED FOB PAYMENT OF rot8KN6 AHD BOWTIES FOR WCC8 IK SOP FRCS61N0 INCUMtECTIdN OR RE8EUJON, ftMAU. MOT K QOE6 VJOWEO." 6C. A, AT. XlV, COMTITOtlOK OF THE OWTED &TATES. " 1 CONttWR T THE ABtKT MK OWOTF6 TO THE INTER" tETSOF THtOUWIWUSMCDTHtCOimTfW. I AHWCTTLY COMMEMD JT TO Jttt OOMWWK OF THE OtOCT." Pmh. VanDermoort, Odmiummw ncCmar, G. A. R. PUBLISHED -WEEKLY-Oft Dollar per Year. TTE1IS OF SWMOIIIPTKW-IMWAMAM.Y omh w AtANC. MONEV MtWKBC8 CTMERWWE THK W JWCW- ttre3 letts, menu, motes, wmu. money ogobr, on DRAFT ON NCW VORK, Ml BE AT THE RISK OF THE SENDER, as ai so au. sufisomnoNe & to aoekt. fcrREWEWMj6.-'SWCWMt AUMV6 AOETA4N THE DATE WHEK THE SUMCMmON WILL EKMtK BY LOO&RQ AT THE NUMBER OH THE WWAWEt F TOOK MKI, VMK...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

ff& tQzg H -r. v 1 r T"'!J$" rvT -Tfuwffi iai-j ? S rtuB5F!r ---- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 20, 1883. JSlfplplSSpjPw NEWS OF THE WEEK. Crimes aid Casualties Personal and MM Capital fop ics. The 'Viini;'".ion?r of Pa$fcts has submitted to the a-'t -a .secretary of tU Interior his report of tbc ln - n of tiie Patent Ofiicc for the fiscal yor'il - Jnue39, IriSi The report sLows that Hk iiii'iiltpj of applicAttong for patents re vird w u- J,w i", the number of application for dosifru v-' tv ri'cciynA was 1,039, applications fur reisvi. :.u?it nxvi ved 27, apphcatkras for rsistrv'i i rra-fr -.narks S54, applications for ret-i r. i !n of lal.ifs 749, making a total of 3 1,734. - a ni 3U'i in 1662. The number of jwrfrni- -i i -d. ii. -Iii'linjr reissues aud de mjhs. vj -.1 lte; tin i umber of trade-marks rcpisfc : i --', nutnln-r iA i.tlscls registered. 613, jiaku a h 'J f 2J, The receipts from all buunxs -a- i.u.i.ti-" . frpduditures. not in Iuditis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

smppfwEi THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. t w THE GRAND ARMY. What Is Going On in the Departments. New Posts. Tlio Boaiiiwi season is now at its height, and it wRl toe aeon, by reference to thoroportswhlch appear in tiiisissuo, that these summor encamp ments of our veterans arc proving generally a source of fresh inspiration and an occasion of renewed activity in the ranks of the Order. During the past week Tun Tkibuke has for warded blank applications for Post charters to the following; Win. A. Charles, Bull's Gap, Tonii.; D. J. Forakor, Bolivar, Ohio; Joi. Ed munds, Edwardsville, UK; F- JL Pickett, Har risburg, HI.; E. L. Stnith, Casnovia, Mich.; Geo. E. Brown, Milan, His. Total to date, since the beginiugof the new administration, fifty-nine. During the same period it has lorwarded to the proper Department authorities, Tkibcne npjilications for the muster of new Posts at the following places: Oconto, Wis., forty-seven Figuors; East Branch, N....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. 4 FlGBjTING THETvJ OVER, lalOar Yoterans Have to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. TFajjnor's Brigade nt Stone Rircr. To tlie Editor 2Satioxal Thiduxe: TYiCh yx permission, I wouhi like to say a few words in reply to the letter of Comrade Phillip Dines, iu your issucof August 16, 1S33, written in reply to Comrade D. G. lilodgettfs letter of Jne SI, 1SS3, in regard to the part tsben in the tattle of Stone Eiver by Wagner's brigade. I Bud the honor -of serving in that brigade from its organisation until the regi ments composing it were all mustered out of the service: my regiment being the last dis charged January 23, JS06. The regiments composing the brigade were: The Fifteenth, Fortieth, and Fifty-seventh Indiana volunteers, Klnoty-ficvenUi 0. V. L, aud the Tenth In diana battery. Comrade Blodgett is wrong as to the number of the division Wagner's bri gade being the Second brigade, First division, 3oft "wing of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 September 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, P. , 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. rr OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Beports from Leading Business Centres. An important me&tinK of the directors of the American Rnpf Telegraph Company was lield at Boston on the 14th insfc. It is rumored that a consolidation has bcou. perfected with, the Merchaui' Comjwny, bat this is denied by Txes dent Converse. Four additional direct or vi re added to the board, preparatory, as Mr. Com rse states, to the extension of the com pany's line to Chicago, St. Lou is and theSouth-T-t The board now consists of J. W. Con verse and Frank Morrison, of Boston; F. EL May, A. W. Diniook, G. a Jlott, J. IL Hoge m.i), George P. Smith and A. B. Barny, 2Tow York, and George B. Chandler, Manchester, N. 31, The now members are Messrs. Mott, Dim ock. liocman and Smith. All the members of the Yillard Northern Pacific excursion party arrived at Po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

SC? K. S?0 cave fov Ixim uitw Xm Ironic tltc liattlc. una ivt lite iviflaw aua Di'iitans." 4 WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883. YOL. m-NO. 7.-WHOLE JNT0. HI ESTABLISHED 1377.-NEW SERIES. 3 SSfc-Sl Hatwtiai . r:xzfrtfrai ..:. m --iwr- YETS THE VALLEY. The Virginians Give Sheridan's Boys a Rousing Welcome. A T-TNTF. OF CAMP-FIRES. Meeting Once More on Their Old Battlefields. COL. WEIGHT'S ORATION. A Stirring Poem Incidents of the Sentimental Journey. IWrittcn expressly for The Tribune by "Carletoru" Tho campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, .September and October, 1664, stands out by Itsolf clear and distinct from all others. Be rides several mkior engagements, there were three pitched, battles, resulting in the practical snnihilation of the Confederate forces under Early, a loss of force which crippled Lee; a oss in tbo destruction of grain and provisions irhich brought the troops defending Eichinond to the verge of starvation. The men who took part In that campaign under ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

; ssr- BP3 -" 2 LOYALWOMP'SWORK o How to LiveOur Experience Meet Jig Belief Corps Work. Coit&utied i JTtHa J!. Sicrtvood. 4,7lovf Aall wo live by role or reason " may soem an anomalous question, since tolivc byrulo ought te bo to live by reason. But, unfortu-nat.-lv, we know &at ucsh is not tbo case, or, rather, it it. unfortunate that such glaring in consistency should exist While most of our. common practices are traceable to intelligence and common 6MM,.oisny of thorn do violence to all kuown sanitary laws. Hot popper tea, for iiiPtance, will le taken for acuto inflamma tion of the threat, when what is -wanted is a cold oomprasfe toaad around with folds of flan nel and a gatjrle of chlorate of potassa, or a mJd mixture of glycerine and honey. Or a clean, heiress bly, when it is -weak and len der, will be plunged every morning into a full hofrwutoi bath, while the body of the big boy or Riri, the pores of whose skin are clogged with dirt and arrested perspiration, will go ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

"- ur:, 1J -V -'-fcH.SS. EWVf. : 1 W-PiF S&sfeas&tSS' frjg'SiSiSi "h-AS5 " v11" - jts-rjj&-t?.; vr ts, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ' D. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883-- GUR RURJJL TOPICS. Some Practical Kucsiions for Our Agricultural Readers. 60W1NU SKnDS. There is no complaint more freqeent by many amateur culmnsora than thaloi getting bad -ctilB. No uia.te.r fioiu what mrco they may happen to piocure them they f.nl to grow, mid theseedsare denounced, a, well asUie bouiee from wncttce hvy were obtained. N' wthstauiing all this. t issafc to uy that good bih-1 are tho rule and bad s-eds the exception; every seed-iuau f npeetable tOamliug u.mj ail the jinvaulions tliHt exienence, and busm-tri competition suggests, in 'order lo -wiiru oeds ol tho bust tjualiths. The truth probably is, that needs Jail to grow because I hey hiv not pioprty managed, and v.e do mil know any thing t prolific ! failures tlutii thui of cover ing .vntds too deeply with soil, when they eitimr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

rW i .' -.T" 1 -" 1 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, f to.; 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883. WSwpRSfflSpSpBKapi The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) r ""TO CABE FOR MM MO MAS WRW: THE CATTLE, AKD FOB HIS WIDOW AWS ORPHANS.' AtliMlAM LlWOOUi. "Tme vamwtv of the r-ueus ct of the United States, AWTwolflSes by law. tecumM users incmwibd fob PAYMENT OF PEftttOfcS ANO aOUKTteC FOR feCHVtOC 6MP FRESStKO SNeuftBECTDN OR BSanHOt.. IHM.I HOT K !- tic eo." Sec 4, Aar. XJV, CoMcnTwnon of the Unites States. " I COHMMft IT THE MtGCT PCR OEVOTK TO THE IH7ER" &TSOFTHE(BOUtWBUHBBfl10TY. 1H!BTIY CO.lV.EtJO fT TO MX JW0fc OF TMC OBOER." nwot VawOcmvooiit, 'GumuittMirCtiitt, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Oiie DoJlar per Year. CfcTTf 'S OF SUBSCfltPTKJfl lewwePiar OMH is apmnc.- ' -r FcifHM cTrnwwc tmah by bcok- TEPIK If"" PCftM. WOTt, POST. OtV OftDC, O CRA-T O Nl V(h wtll BE AT Tt RMK OF TMB tN96R. AS a 60 u 'Mffrnfm md v ftOFwro " RENEWALS SuotomePM avm.6 aotan TME DATS WHEN TW ft.tetCftlPT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

IPp nX'U1-; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883. S OF THE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. Of ti.e approjSos of ovor S103,0!)9,000 for the K)vtiu-iit of peusHMte for tJie fiscal ycur ojioc! June 3d, 13 39,003.tt(KI renjanicd un exe H?-.l nd was re;i-ritrmtrd for the jres senl liMttl xexr, Hmkmg the stmt available For their. i Hb - of the Peu&ion Huroan about $125,- (KKi.e w t u.i.mwimeff Dodlev exproSMte tlie 1 oihiiu. that t'ujvwilt be anothor lwrge surplus at tin r'K, ii !. present kc1 ytr. in that event h- wilk v Intve the surplus rappr- nrjftK' . rum xp-it U be able tw conoid ei-shly ri'du i int mt 1 1 quired fur th fibCJii year I8iti.! .. .'r I, IM4. Tbe ftunmisBHMier sys ence r:v'i('i4udiiix th probable extst-i- i. fr Mrpit. the nutaUer rrf pen-i- pa! upan 4ng the present k!nH 1ijlt- ittcreJM) over that of ,:d he it -thuts tbe saving to the sioa 1 yr w last chum ! r ii cxamii'u'To, tnt vm and uk etnciaucy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

BfeS o - !r5,. ''Krgm 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIN&TOX D. 0.7 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883. THE GRAND ARMY. Help for Florida Comrades Head quarters and Department News. Special Correspondence Natiosai. Tuibuxe: I'HILAliEU'iilA, Sept. 25. The past week has been a very quiet oue at Grand Army Headquarters. So smoothly are matters working throughout the Department that die only business requiring attention thus far has been ucli as has originated at the Rational Headquarters. The Co:uiuunder-iu-Chief Mas absent fom the city from Tuesday until Satuiday. and to-tnglit he again leaves on a business trip, expecting to be gone until Monday next. On Monday last a telegram was received from the Commanders, of the two Posts at Peiwieola. 11a.., Ktat.nji that nwiiy comrades were down With yellow fever, the relief funds exhausted, and that money whs needed fur loud, uiu ticmes, and -uurseo. A subM.quoiit dispatch from F. Ilertig, A. A.G., Detriment of Florida, stated tliat tweuty-une comra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

-V - r '. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, '1883. FIGIplG THEHf OYER .. . i. RM Our Yeleraiis Have to Say Al)out Tifl&r OM Camf-Rigas. General AorUfc Selnai Said. To tto Sditor K atowxal Tkikjwe : Comrade Hill, ia hie narrative, "fJood-by io Dixie,' roentfy jmWibcd in yir columns, speaks sf General Kelley making a raid on Saloui, Va., ia the win?or of 1983. I bg leave to correct this statement, gsiag praise to whom praise is due. General AvercH was tbe one Avho conducted that raid- 1 w along with 11 Fighting Billy,' as our lwys callod him. Wo left MarliiudWg, Va., December S, with throe regiments oi moanu-d infantry, ono-aad-a-half of cavalry, and Captain Emng's battory, and on tbe 16th of That mnth had penetrated to fialoni an important station of Hie Virginia and Tcnnexsce. Railroad. Here we broke up and -completely destroyed fifteen wiles of the xaiirpjd ; burned fire bridges and tore down sevftrsl culverts ; cut and coiled the telegraph wires ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 September 1883

i I I lllllilllll I III IP i IIP! I III I I III i II I nil II II Willi i II III IM lllll Mil III II IIUHHUmmilHl ) IMII' HI IIIMIIUMI W WWW lllliPMUHI ' i!SL- J.c aipmww 'S& Vfn cvci Wp w - a5?'T?Vti .-r7-aSS-3? ' i iw f ii win i I i i ' i i i in h m i hui M . i ' i I hi i i ii I ii 'I" "i i .1 iwwm.mi '. iw im. m mi n I i mwmr Mm i Mill in n I am I I iiii 11 - s. !. 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883. mehi OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Keports from Leading Business Centres. Negotiations liave been concluded between the New York Construction Company, repre sented by IL A. Blood, the former manager of the Boston, Fitcliburg and Clinton Road, and Messrs. Linn & McCarty, of New York City, for tbe building of the New York and Boston In land Kailway. This line, chartered in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, locations granted and. surveys completed, will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 October 1883

"?&& PHPr-SPS" &&8&$m$ EX 5 SHEW m '4r " s ' ' "Sto cure fat liim wlta tm twite iltc linttlc, antf iw lug wtttow null ntptxatt" ESTABLISHED 1877. NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. YOL. m-m. S.-WHOLE NO. 112. W0n K'TjL !P ft yj jB H Bb jHS B jn H 3L SHIMS SCAPEGOATS. The Tru& of History Brought to IigM at Last. GEMRAIi LEW. WALLACE Refutes tlie Charges of Miscon duct in tlie Famous Battle. GET. McGEIS SPEAK Revelations that Will Make His torian Badeau's Ears Burn. One by one the scapegoats of Shiloli are coming to the front and relieving their reputa tions of the odium of causing the defeat of Grant's army on the memorable 6th day of April, 1SG2. " General S. S. Prentiss, who for twenty years allowed the slander to go unrefuted, that he surrendered his command at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, when, in point of fact, it continued lighting until five in the afternoon, has only recently branded the statomont as false, and proven his statemen...

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

il- ""W iU: - ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUIffi WASHINGTON,'- D- 0., THURSDAY, O0TOBBR 4, 1833 x prmMpm LOYiLWOMP'SWORK c Genius of Late Our Experience MeBftg Selief Corps Work. CbJi3ijlocZ 6y e B. Shtrivooi.". A good obl-ftshioned poat once said, in the days when poets as well as prose writers were privileged to write sound words, "In idle wishes fools supinely stay ; Be there k will, and wiodoin findsttie way." Porlipps it was in this siirit that -a certain brave xnau, in the fooe of formidable obstacles, said : I'll find a way or make it." Ilowever that may he, we certainly do know that tbo chief distinction between Hie genius and tho sluggard is, that tbe genius finds a way to ac complish what bo desires, while tho sluggard sits down to the indulgence of thoughts and fancies that never can be realized, since he will put forth aio effort to mako them bis. Some one pronounces genius tho ability to do hard work, and, given a dueamouutof intellect, this is not far from the truth, pertain it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 October 1883

sSf '3 -THE NATIONAL TBJDBME: WASffl2TGrTON,t D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. OUR RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. TREE PLANTING. The timo is at hand when fall planting of trees will be in order. Fall planting is some times advised on account of there being a greater amount of leisure in out-door opera tions at tbis season than in the springtime, when crops of many kinds demand attention, and that trees planted before winter will have be come well settled in the toil by the timo growth commences at the roots in spring. These may bo advantages, hut fall planting has stronger reasons than these in its Civor. Throughout a large portion of this country fall is the proper time to plant trees, not as a mere matter of con venience, but because of the greater certainty of success with trees removed at this time than is obtained by planting at any other season. But to obtain the best benefits from fall plant ing it must be done from the middle to the en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 October 1883

J.- -Jr - a- - i'. 17 'W-, it & THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,1 fD. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. T: Ml IONAL (Established 1S77.) TRIBUNE w KTo care ron him who has bowk the battix, and for MIS YflDOW AKt) ORPHANS."-ABRAHAM LOSOOLN. "THZ VAUMTY OF THE KMUJC 08T OF THE UNITES 8TATE6, AUTHORCGO BY LAW, WCLUDIHG DW8 INOORfMiO FOR PAYHEKT OF PCNeWKS AW BOW-TIC FOB SERVICES IN 8UP- rRtssiNG insuwsctkk or Hweuio., mmx wot ooes tioneo." Sc , Abt. XIV, CofttTirvnoN Of the United States. "l COKB IT THE AJT MfCR IKWOTEO TO TH WTER r6TSOFTUlBKJ(MBVTHEOOV.Tr. EWEtTI.Y COKMEND IT TO Alt OW8 Of IMC OBOE.' Paw. VAMOaneoftr, , G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. a One Dollar per Year. ' JSTTtPMS Of 8UBSCWPTIOW tMWMMtf cash in ADVANCE. hif-v FOWWHWOI OTKWe THAU BY RGCtt TEREO t-ETTBR, W36TAL NOTEt, POSTAL MDNEV OH8EB, OB DRAFT ON HCW YOUK, Wl KATTK KW OF THE WMDCR, AS AlCO Att ttSOWimON 110 TO fcOEHTS. 2REWEWM-S. SWWCRtMlK CAN WM AKJGRTAtN THE DATE WHEW WW MWDdnlW L WK lOQKING IT THE WVMSE O THE WWMWE...

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

W?s5il?T!HPS5?? nf-;&,35&r'wi r, -(."' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,,. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. 5 NEWS OF THE WEEK, Capital TogicsCriincs and Casualties. PerstJB&l $M Pslitical. Tfac -week of ratnovfag the remains of 107 Kortli OwelHKi Confederate soldiers from ArliagtAR cemetery to North Carolina, which has hoea andertalieaiy the Woman's Memorial Society of Norfck Carolina, connnenced on the 1st iast,. under direction of Mrs. C. V. Harris, who represents tlie association in this city. It is oxpect-ed that tfee remains will be reay for removal by the IMh o October. TIrey -will then 1)0 taken to Baltimore, thence by way of Xorfoik aad WoMoh, X. O, to RIh. There they wili Ue in Btatte i tit State Hoese, and -t ill be fiaaily interred wit appropriate oere Uionios. An fagettioas met&otl of raising the figures of the new postal notes ha jart been brought to the attention of the Post-Otnce Department The fnmd omu&ete in paochmg from a high figure in the note ...

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

TS&Wt&SZ&Z , n r'-iftS'f5?i--',l J ' ---." . - 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. r - ojl ' : "" - " --?fg"J"P' t -' --r$ , w& -;t-p2J P 3cFL3r' "vtB . - . THE GRAND ARMY, Generous Aid to Florida Comrades- Gen. Bealii's Western Trip. Special Correspondence If atiokai. Tiubcke: PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2, 1SS3. Although but little over a week has elapsed since the promulgation of General Orders, No. 2, from National Headquarters calling for re lief for our distressed comrades in Florida who have been smitten by the scourging hand of the yellow fever plague, the Tcsponso has been most prompt Iftid liberal. Niney-two remit tances have already been received by Quartermaster-General Taylor, covering almost every Department in the country, aud, by the time all arc heard from, the probability is that not Jess than five huudrcd Posts will have con tribnted. One Post in this State (whoso iden tity will he made known at the proper time) sent a draf...

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

jr j rvs&txzst. -'Wfmrm wrwm-z,MsattMFiz&-axT3ws-aJai-t?w-'i--z', ma?TwinF3f-a KTsswtssKcxctaM T?ie 4 ' 'Hff - t'V - i )rr TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. tr FIGHTING IHEty OYER WJiatOer Yclcr&HS Hare to Say About Tlieir OM Campaigns. TIic Tcrraont Urinate at Maryc's Heights. -To tlha Editor Is atjokai Tscbcke: I have been looking tec a ln- time to see Eouio skuteh of tho doin of the Army of tho P&temHtt, aad espwsariy of tlio Sixth Corps from ISSi to 1835, but t ik far have failed to see aaylkiug that has o c up to uiy Ideas of what Jt bhould bo. Id-i, I hevo boon aroused at &ome thing that have appeared la The TIuxcjce. For ioauuioc rite assault of ifarye's liothts in May, lrt. I see thai the New Jersey brigade cfeuias tao hoor of that Earfirnaiioe for thj-nisravwjj and then the glit division claims it, Mid now I propose to claim Jortie"old Verarettt brigade" that at least they hoard a few gtr-M and swelled a littlo powder m ...

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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