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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 October 1883

&c- -m. jri&k t f. " r-T" - "3S ? F"V -" o THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Eailroad, $ and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Repoi-ts from Leading Business Genirars. Commissioner Loring, of the Department of Agriculture, lias issued a drcnlar announcing tiiat a convoatioa of xejwe&tvOtativGS of all c!ns696 interested in the animal industries of tlie United States will be lm!& in Chicago, Thursday and Friday, Koveo ler 13 and 1G, 1S3. for conference ooncerniuK contagions dis eases among our domestic animals. The fol lowing topics Arc proposed for discussion : 1. The extent to whieh ooc tapious diseases exist among domestic animals in this coun try. 2. Tharaociesljy which tlioy arc introduced or diesctmnated. 3. Methods oy tvliicit they anay ho eradicated or infoeted districts be isolated. 4. Tiite efficiency of uxi&uug legislation rela tive to sucli diseases. It i...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

?, "for jrm fov Mm wlw te tett1taf ntsiC fctf $&ivfifow imG yptott?.' WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. YOL. ffl-NO. 9.-WH0LE EO. 1I& & s&". ; THE WAR IN KENTUCKY How tie Battle of Mill Springs was FoBght and Won. THE OPPOSING AHMDES. How the Confederates were Out-Flankdd and. Routed. ZOLIiIOOffMBR'S DEATH. A Vietory that Carried Sunshine Into the "War Department. The battle of Mil Springs, or Fishing Creek, as it is termed by CetiJe&erstc writers, carried a gleam of sunshine iaU the War Department at Washington, and crested oorrespondinggloom in the Con fed orate camp. It -was tho first movement against the enemy that had seoceeded. Intended niorcly as a diver sion, it had demoiiebea' an army. The Union army. East and Watt. had hitborto been en gaged in fraitfeas skirmishes or in inglorious repulses, such as those of Stone, on the Poto mac, or Grant, at Belmoat. ' The President, sidk at heart by reason of the masterly I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

"-a?15-.: f t iV" , THE NATIONAL TItlBUNE: WASHING-TON, ft. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883 -- LOYAL WOMAN'S WORK Woiii&n in Public AJhlis Exjieriescc Mrofuig IWIof Corfis News, (km0i hp Kate M. Shorn. It is wid ifcat tlio exaarimaat at Saratoga of electing -womeo to the hM Beard has bean A disifcfcroas IJUlare. It Jc not mt the womou elected were cejeicetfol af doty, or that they did not fehow a proper mat in tho discharge of the trust committed to them At least, we have seen no oempi-iats of that aatare. The charge that is made i. thattlwy have aot b- actuated by broad and intelligent views, orthowa them eelves amenable to a wfc aa liberal policy. As a consequence, of their warm advo cates have became dbfrtti4,aaa' ia condotnn ing th action of a fe wake eweepiag ebarges of incompetency again! tl eer i aenoral. Of court the first omcitia4aa ia aU each in stances is that the fruit 1k ia the natural incapacity ot cornea to ve acceptably in positions of public trust; and there k al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

WsT'PIPiSPSIP fPSS?&W. & l pff -r i. S?TdrJ:-ra - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE': WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. SOUND THE ASSEMBLY The Veterans Are Gailioring Near and Prom Par. Prom Reunion or tlio Trrontj-thlrd Slasraelinsctts. The Tetonms of tlio Twenty-third ICcgiiaont 3Iuh3acfeusetts Veteran Awociatiou, lurid, tlioir thirteenth aunwd Itounlun at Beverly, Maw., oh the aSUi ult. ThJ6 tvas tho largest gathcr iug over hold by tLo association, xaoro than 150 veterans using present. The rogiruont was ro crnHod from varionsportioiis of the State -oom-panitK A, at Salem; B, MarWebead; C, Glou ceefter; D, Xiky Bedford; E, Plymouth; P, Salem; G, Beverly; H, Harvard; I, Ipswich; K, Fs1i-o and all wore lately reprosontod. Compfiny G, of this town, when it was mustered into the service, was officered as follows: Ch ti:i, .lulm W. Sayraond; first lieutenant, iL V. Woodbury; second lieutenant, D. W. Ham mond. Captain Raymond came homo as eol ouel of the regiment, and Lieutenan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

-. J I. r- s$?z&&G3pe5r WPft- 2S?S 'W 5"E 1w?r'--5- , THE ffATIOSTAL TEIBTJNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 18S3. T-,-?-T?:-T.g'..-r..-i- ..-; ?? The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) a. TO CARE FOH H4M WHO HU MiMtt THE BATTLE, AN3 FOB IKIS WIDOW AND ORSWAt.5." "AWIAMAM LtNOOLN. '"The vAuamr of thc public cst of the Umtco States, authowmb ovia, imlushm sestc wcobbcb fob PAYMENT Or PENNONC ANB BOUtVtU POK CnWOS IN SOP- pressing insommcton or hebe-ijo, hau. mot bc cwcs tonco." sbc , aw. xiv, omititution of the uteo States. " i consweb it thc ablest much ottoted to thc nter- CeTCOFTHEOUNaHMMUtHOiTfCCIMMVHr. I EARNESTLY covweno it to au. oomwm of 1hc order." Raul VanDcawoort, mChmf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JZfTERHS Of SWMOAlPTiON taWABMStv cash in ADVANCE. taNW TOIWOMIO CTMCSMK THW. f CIS TEfiED 1.CTTEK, HOSTAt. fcOTE, MttTA. MOMCV OROWt, OR craft on New York, whx be at the mbk of the sender, J AS ALSO AU. 6UC8CRirrOMS TO AOEMTS. C3REHEWAL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

Hspjgrsfgpgp PPfsSfjSm- I i i NEWS OF THE WEEK, Capital pcs Grimes ani Casualties. Personal and Political. Major A. H. Nickcrsoa's exact whereabouts lire at lust known io xhe War Department. Ho is residing in TJtorokl, Oaaada. Upon receipt of this information the Secretary of War ordered him to proceed at once to Washington and roport ta person. An answer was received from him Friday, in which he doelined to obey. Major Niekersoa, after he disappeared, regu larly reported hfc address every month to tho War Department until last month. A few days before the end of September a letter was re ceived from him at the War Deparment, dated Thnrold, Canada, September 20, stating that he had forwarded his address to Philadelphia, hut he learned that it had not been received. His practice of forwarding his address was to pro vent his being dropped from the rolls as a de serter. It is probable that the contumacious officer "wili be treated as a deserter. The District Oowmiswoners, "with a view ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

r&Sriivi!! J-'-'i.'- G THE NATIONAL TEIBUrTE: WASHINGTON, J), 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. 1" THE GRAND piY. Gen. Beath's Movements ncadquar torsand Latest Department News. 6pcdal Correspondence National Tribune: IliiUkSBLrinA, Octobor 9, 1833. The Oommamleiin-Chiof has found it neces sary to make twtM changes in tiio programme of his proposed trip westward as announced iu my cauimunicsiwa of lat woek. Instead of visiting Rochester and Buffalo first, as was pre viously ai-rauged, toe jdacos Trill receive his attention later in the year. Ho will proceed directly from ubk city to Toledo, Ohio, where he will arrive oh the ovening of Monday, Oc tober 15, rcmainiiis until Uie following even ing, whon he will teave for Cleveland to attoud the Reunion of the Army of the Tennessee, to which he has been invited. From Cleveland lie will go lit Detroit, Mich., reaching that city on Friday, lth imt; starting from there at 10 p. in. for Chicago; thence, going directly to Minneapolis, spen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

"L ii- i - ' ''-'it'1 PSSI -- "f jr 2 SfiSF-T THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. ' FITTING THE! OVER, 9 What Oar Veterans Have lo Say About Their Old Campaigns. Another Account or tho Battle of Franklin. To the B4Str National Tribune : I am vory much interested la the many let ters you publish, giving descriptions of array lifc,hafctle scenes, etc., and, in particular, those Telating to die battle of Franklin, Tenn., of which a good deal has been said and written, aud, if you will permit, I will do likowise from my observations, and I hope it -will be tho means of drawing out others from the Second division of tho Twenty-third Army Corps. On the morning of Xovarubor 29 wo retired across Duck River at Columbia aud tried, to burn the railroad bridge, but, for some reason, it wouldn't burn. Shortly after we crossed, theJohnniasput in their appearance on the other side and we kept up a. fckirraish Sre tho balance oi the day. Oar division fell hack about ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 October 1883

rsr ? ,. -- 'Trrr r- T-rSv - - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development, FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Iteports from Leading Biisiness Centers. Tho trastoot of Uto Pcafeooy fund met in Ne tv Yorfc oh 1ihe 3d iiwL, Gev. Fish, Goo. Grant, Biho "WTtf ppJe ! ex-President Hayes beuig pragour. Hon. 3. L. M. Cony, thopeneral npwit, submitted Lis annual report Be said systematic figsucics for creating a licalluy sentiment in favor of o -cation at the South would be needed for years to oome. The Pnabody institutes for white teachers, five in all, were v ry successful, as was alfao the one for colored teachers, and the WMk iu general is propres. his favorably. la Virginia, North and South Carolina, Geor gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas the Peabody institutes have all been well attended. Follow ing are iJie amount, distributed in the several...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

V irfi' -,61 - fT- r . ."f-vT- jYK-J , m- tr W? "or aw fov Tifot wlw te ttomc tto frMs, mu fov W wiflow and oviftnu.s," ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINTGTOT D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. yol. ni-iro. io -whole m. ml r-Y-5;.5 j.jt A &EE 0. 0. HOWARD'S m Personal taimsoaiees of the War of the BMlion. WiE&T POINT IN 1801, J&id the State of Sentiment Among Officer and Cadets. BIiAJDBTE TO HOWARD. TTrw tlae Tjatier Became a Col- J onol of Maine Volunteers. 3g Ilfrr-Gmerd 0. O. Howard, TJ. S. A. cspnwisim-am. thhts naBnavunJ HavhgsraaHaiol fromtheMilitnry Academy at Wast Point in 1S34, I had lioeu sent back as an lastrnccor of cadets in tiie fall of 1S57, after an absence of a little over three years, so that on thoSSth of May, 1SG1, I was near the end of my fourth yoar 6f teaching. But before de scribing tiie principal event of this day, -which, will ovor ha frash in iny memory, for it was a turning point of my own life, I will take a brief retrospect of West Point ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

sST-i a WP 8 aBS5r!!ffiaKsrra?J" v 3 - - 3 tjji it THE NATIONAL TIIIBTJNE: WASHINGTON, D. .0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. LOYALWOMP'SWOM The Kmv BceiingClrcie-Exnerieiice MooHi Mief Cr$s Kws. Tie Ins winter cvemn.es "will soon ce here. W'ial sli.il wc do wiili them? We already lfttiiu bow Mini -.- of liicui will be aacnt. It will Ik is around of thou.fcV.ess gaiety will leavtwu: !s:i'.u4awi u the season is even Then the P -h mdcnt v i 1 nave his lamp and his h.Hk , t'u bojl b h4s3ed; tbe mother lu-r iifV.r-ujJ.2 dam.ug aud mending: the UiU- t-u. ntuspaper, and the daughter her S'oi v :m"R. or A.u-1 jlli t In re thai, .in in aii ill- latest ptttern lor a tidy, wll sc it'xvly rise apand say .f t'leth' iand" iniliionsof tidies ::ictand even year by or WIl-.a cu- La fc.l -i!lg T ni ' t'.'j.i i. lc :-: M- --.OK .nid gui? E-Tieu.aliy since nobody acy when ail i- done, Toeii taere is ami anving ii-vi -cc and gossiping. 1 1- un-h socials and kcurcs, literary A:. J &i tbe boBd- iii brai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. f LET TIE BANDS PLAY! i A Housing Reunion of Iowa Yelcrans at Keokuk. Special GorrcspBudence National Tribune. Khokuk, Ia., Oct. S. The Koanion of the Third Iowa caval ry, Sevonth SBssouri cavalry, Second, Four teenth, Seventeenth, Xmetoonrh, Thirtieth and Fortv-fifth Iowa infantry and Tenth, Twonty-firat and Fifty-first Missouri infantry and SixtietJi TJ. S. C. T., which began here on the 3d inst, was a grand success. At sun rise on the 3d, the second annual Reunion of the veterans of the late -war was ushered in with thehoom of thirteen guns, awakening the city to the iset that the hospitalities promised fhi soldier bovs were about to be souffht for. The inception committee, with bands, met caoh train a6 it arrived and cscoried the boys to the camp, whore, at 2 p. in., General Wa W. Belknap, on of Keokuk's most gallant soldiers and honored sons, who had been se lected as president of the day, opened the exorcises...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

s55vK5C 4-' V J? ... THE -N ATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, rD. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883." P'i m s-t THE WEEK. CapM Tofies-Griesaal Casualties. Personal aM Political. r p- sidmt having anceded i the request o' 'Jots' rl W. T. Sherman to lie relieved from J th; command of tbtanny on the lsfcef Novom ml 1S". urcmratery to his raaremenc JW ve-, rvjeo.uirecrBineiwiowiHS aiiiwaii. , -,, . i ..j a i . urucnts toootnmand : " Genera w liham 1. K erraan will be relieved from command of the arwim t!e nbove-metiud date, and will r"-aiT to hi home. St. Loais, Mo., to await bis x i reD it. The penerai will be attended prior t.- '.i -vtiretnent by those of bis aids-de-camp vv'i.jm be mav dignatetothe adjutant-gen-r . Iutenant-General Philip H. Sheridan w : iff '& to WashingtoB, and on the abovc i. . -tinned dnte assume command of the army. ; mi Hancock will remain in command of the Division of tiie Atlantic with headquar ti rs at New York : General Schofield will take command of tiie Divis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

. X -- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883; 6 y u THE GRAND ijRMY. Affairs at National Headquarters latest Department News. fjccidl Corroontleee National Tribune. Philadelphia, Oct. 15, 1SS3. General Orders, No. 3, from National Head quarters, announcing the appointment of Aws-dc-lamp on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, have jast been issued. Although many have wondered sad asked why these appoint jjiWtswcre not made at an earlier date, the atwer is very simple. You will remember that in my letter of September 10, reference was awdeto circular letter, No. 1, to Depart ment Commanders, iu which the Cominaudcr in -Chief requested Uiose officers to recommend for petitions on his staff only such comrades as are earnest, active workers in their Posts or Dip .ttaieuts. and who are recognised as rep xst itative men of tie Grand Army that he v ouid appoint no one who was not so reeoxn r 1 do. In accordance with this plan, Gen eral Beadi has been waitin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

c J .. . THE NATIONAL TRIBME: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. '-s'a FIGHTING THEfVj OYER, What Our Ycisrajis Have (o Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. How Con. Sain Jnns Gobblon Up n Wagon Train. To the Editor Xatokcax. Tbdwhtb: Thirteen miles aenrly oast of Tazowall. East Tennessee, is a Hrd on Clinch liivar called Evauts' Ford. Oh the east skfe of the ford is a complete horae-sLoe bend. Three niilos further is Clinch Mountain Gap, Avhile just over the mountain is Beau Station, a place of some note, w uerc two of the main roads of East Tennessee intersect. Soon titter tfte siege of Knoxvillc, Lonpstreet went into winter quarters at or iiui. KopeMville, while the army of Btirnside advanced to the vicinity of Bean Station. The othiT portion of the East Tennessee Army, known a Wilcox's division, were stntionod at ih;;HjrUnt places between Bean Station and Caniberiaad Gap. The One Hundred and Jriileeuta Indiana were in the horse-shoe bend at Lvaus' Ford. The regiment had n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

m a. " "3 fct- THE ATIOtfAL TKIBME: WISHITOTO, b. U, THUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, ISS'3. SP k ip- The National Tribm (ESTABLISHED 1377.) o f.'TO CASE rOR HlMMfHO HA SOONC THE BATTLE, AND FOB to vnsov At new,.." Abraham Lwmou. ""Thc vauwtv or the public oewr of the Uwted CTATta. AWTHBfilSeO DV-UW 4NQUHMN6 DEBTS MtCORMO FOR PAYM-i.T or WeiONS AND OOUNTKS FOR 4MErWMGS IN UP PKEiSi G IWtt-'RRCCTlJM 0 JtEBCLUOfc, 8HAU. MOT BE cOES Tic.. t, 6tc , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Umtcb -CTATC6. ' I OOhKtOCR IT THE AfilEST FEB HtWHB JO TH6 JNT6H" C6TS Of TMC SC D.l P.'S. ' hCO ) THE CQUIHW. 1 WWMfTiY COSiE(0 IT TO Ail COMRADE OF THE OHOBB." PMt VfDewoRT, Cawn'ioitMOwp, G. A. H. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. e One Dollar per Year. Jtr- TERMS OF SUSSCIWnON twALV owh w af',lc cnev rooAANSc cTcRwee tha by mo Tir.t - -ETTH POSTAL MOTES, POSTAL MONEY DUDE, OS DHv ' ok Hem You. w:u. dc at the meic of the censer, At f AILSUI)"'FTK3K8 WWS TO ABETS. XwRENEWALS. Suasonwais cam auma ascertain THE OATi. WHOM THEW SMUIUM'IAW ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 October 1883

.aEWtVs. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural D&vclopmsnt. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Beporte from Xeacliiag' Business Otmtexs. Tlie annual Hail way Tifl&e-tTaule Convention Ih-'-M in Cbici.ro HI., oa i&e llih. inst., and wa Attended by representatives from nearly cvi ry important railway in tlje oountry. lu a3- .:in to arranging winter ti mo-tables, the pl-.u f-r nuifouu tltae standards was adopted. Tii i c v plan has becu termed the "hour" ry ',M. It irtviJ.s for gtandarcls diffisring lr :u -atli oUm r ly exactly ao lour. Leaving oji tin- eastern and -western esftuiities of the ( en Uncut, toon- are "eastern," "central,'' and ui ii'U-iii " in.M-s. Tiie first will be employed fi tin N w Bnri-vick to the Meridian of De fri.t tl-e second as far west a the boundary b .-n Kansas and Colorado, and tho third to the hne btwien Utah and Nevada. It is tovomJI that a 1 the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

llil ,v - ,"., . - - - ' - V-fl - 14 h -a . T 'iljSllgiigi &y jw fov Mm tvlt0 U$ torn tU UHlt, mid fox W vsi&m k 0nrtxtt.w ESTABLISHED ISTT.-W SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. YOL. m-EO. 11 -WHOLE NO. llo. feyjvfe0- Kft P B P) h B B B 9 Rr K 8r" s. GSTL 0. 0, HOWARD'S Ecisb EmisG8!iG&s of the War of tlio Eiellion. A SOLOTSE'S PABEWELIi. A Type of Dbe Ijeave-Takings in ,the Year '61. THE "W3F A2?D MOTHER A Scene t&t Will Reeall Many Similar Experiences. By Major-Gmarti 0. 0. Htwerd, JJ. S. A. IcomaowEm. ax. eibuts xesueved. j n." The 23tb of May, 1981, there stooa, just be low ilie cadets' Itogrftal at Wst Poiut a two Btory brown cottage, if ijns a sgnarish-look-ing building, littie bo&. from tlic street, wliich ran along tirekratr of a stocp slope, aud crowned the tarrace, tlie third of the kind from the Hufisoo's bauk. An ordinary picket fence, TvHfe a itew hmde teaes near it and a narrow front yat, soparated the cottage from the stroot. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

-: a -j -.' ; r y- - -rr . . t l- -.- ;?- -.-, - tf- -c ' k ; -v'ysaJi f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. s LOYALWOMP'SWOM 0 Tire Miss of Kissing Experience Meeting--Belief Corps. iC&agucled ly JZttie Jt. Elurirood. 3?ow that corrosjKmtienco has seemingly ceased ou Use questhm of pnisciiDns kissing, and in ragpnse to rep et.ed solicitations for -the odilorts opinion, the subjaet is given pref erence in ur department this week. It will be remnbwd that some weeks sauce a young girl naked if it was proper to allow herself to be kitted bytite jouug grettkanen who, from time to tittie. accompanied her heme from social gatlu rings. Before extiressiug an opin ion, we would like to ask oar readers a few uit4s. through which they will, perhaps, anticipate uie answer before it comes. Yoe are lb jtossessor of heaatiful picture, which you have puiviiased at great cost, and in which you ieei commendable pride. It is a liiefcure of ' The Dream of Innocence,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

wr- t-, ?' -?j8 r S -V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNQfOl?, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. S " tfffTOTHMSlMtX ii3iiro:2SF3SI i I i 'I i "' 'Ml ' "II MI'iM I' I ii i ill I B 'III ' ' I ' ' Ml I 1 1 II III III ' U l I PHI Hill Ml l I II lilt I 'I B i Wirat JgH'MHWlWraWlfTHIi ' 'U JMIn,U II 'F 1iT7tJ"3lfijmilffL,lyHTfyii II 1 y iii, I ilTt 1 T""HfftJ1WT:tTJ ITf-ii , II J l.iffi Wf "VT-Tr;" ""Iff " S'-" aa-- THE SEVENTEENTH -Annual Sleeting of the Society of tlie Army of the Tennessee. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Cleveland, O., Oct. 20, 1683. IHags floating from every public building ud hanging in festoons from a thousand ionics .greeted "with a brilliant welcome the xutonbers of the Society of the Army of the IFcunessec, who met here Wednesday and Thursday of thisweekin their sixteenth annual session. Cleveland has hut five resident mem bora of the society, hnt the local committee wore sided ou every hand by the hearty good will and encouragement of her citizens. It was...

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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