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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

"-$?'' ---v -"y 1 v 6 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Derclopmsnt FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports iroui Leading Biis53iess Centeis. There Stave arrivwl at Kw Orleans in tho jat i?v.- wtiaks two ittrgc Idiosf immigrants, aiiioaotia in all to nearly- one thousand per fOii or about oue-iuird many us usually u;vx tl.uv ilu"-i, froju Europe during an c .'.re y.r. Tn; Is regarded by the Kck- Gt--.ns Tun " 7-f '";-rf xs the beginning of tlic iLi'u'.Igraticn movement which it predicted $. it mouth aco as one of the UAlnr.il results oi the ouin.jj.omai itnprovemeiit and dc-elop-xceit of i lie city. The Timeg-Derioxrat pre-di.'t-t5imiKcw Orleans is destined "to become tL- Cattle tanrden far the entire Southwest, tut- jn"itor portion of the Mississippi Valley, and fer all Tcx- and California." Of the new arrivals a cotisik.rtbie number jro straight u tliruugh to California, via the Southern Pa cific Eailroad. The annus! meeting of the riant Investm...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

V'? Ll'v ' 9 Bikttmt "Sfo jcre ft turn who to tone the forttfe, nnft jm l$ wWaw ana otytouw ." Washington, d. c, Thursday, November 29, iss3. vol. m-m. 16.-WE0LE m. 120. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. yJ J J, 'o GEN'L 0. 0. HOWARD'S 1 c Personal BraiiiKSGi683 of the War of & RsMiion. BATTLE OP BTJIMj BU2s. The Tardy Mamsh to Sudley's Ford, -amd. 3ts Results. (VICTORY &3D J3EEAT. The Banic and Site Lessons -Mc-CJellan's Timely ,Arrrval. Et) 3fc,tr-C,uervi O. (O. jSwaertT, U.S.A. iorit;oETED. AELiaonxs jmsEEVED.J TIL I have rtiw, I believe, dweltsuSiaieuUy upon the ii.an -h from the Potomac, which, driving In th1 eo z'i atwarts, was preliminary to the bait:., of TjU Bh. Ttre it re, o oar sSde, straggling, hours of unitf-fisur; delay in creasing streams, night ma- - ii!Uf w .thout proper cause, extraordinary exvj:-uie';. c&niesfineas in headline arms, bur:, ng at - pillaging on tie first symptom of tmrr .---. and clouds of iwofenitv. These things exhibit the feet of want of ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

Sfrf-e ' J? -?. 1 " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHER, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2D, 1883. "74Wp m r ; LOYALWOMP'SWORK Heading CircleHealth Talks Ex perience Meeting Belief Corps. Cbnrtuc'cd by -Kale U. S!icncoo& "Some books arc to bo tasted, others swal lowed, and some few chewed and digested. Francis Bacon, It xras Francis Bacon who gave us the com mon English form of a -wise Latin proverb in the trite saying, "Knowledge is power." He who has learned the uses of books has ac quired a power which will influence his entire life for -weal or woe. The same writer, two centuries and. a half ago, made this teen sum mary of the uses of books: "Histories make men wise; poets, witty; the mathematics, sub tile; natural philosophy, deep; morals, grave; logic and rhetoric, able to contend." He might have addod that fiction and biography stimu late the imagination and excite emulation, and science broadens the understanding and unfolds manifold secrets bidden to the common eye. Books may be term...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON a 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1883. GOOD SIR TITUS SALT, AM Richard Oasilcr. the Benefactors of the English Working Classes. Special Correspondence ICalional Tribune. Bradford, England, Xovombcr 1. Tlie journey from Manchester to Bradford would be both picturesque and entertaining if it T,ore not chiefly made under ground. In the "brief intervals between tunnels there arc gliinjises of Yorkshire hills and suggestions of 1he life and customs made familiar to us all by Charlotte Bronte and Sydney Smith; and ev ery stopping jilace has the iaterest incident to inanufnctcriBg regions for the student of so cial and economic questions. Bradford, itself, is not a beautiful city, but it lias tho pride in its pood government -which is characteristic of the manufacturing cities of middle and north ern England, and its workpeople have one great advantage over the workers of such huge cities as Loudon. Manchester and Birmingham. Their city is built in a valley and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. 0., THURSDAY, NOYEMBER 29, 1883. ro The National Tribune. Established 1877.) e riWTO CARE TOR HIU WHO HAB DORNC THE BATTLC, AND KM KJS WIDOW AKD ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. vThc validity of the poauc oeot of the United States, .OTHomrco dy law, including debts ikourro for PAYMENT OF PEHHOttt WBKTieS FOR 8ERW0CB IH 6P FRCeSlNQ INSURRCCnOH OB ntOEUJO, SHALL NOT BC QUES- ikwh. Sac , Aht. XIV, OoKrnTtmw of the IIntves States. " i coiswoer it 1hc ablest paper ocwoted to the jnteb" ceteofthc'souictpusu8me9!tmeeoiitr. 1 cmwcbtly commend it t&au. cowwaob6 of the oh&ct." Paw. VanOcmoort, Co"htkm iw-Cwtf. G.A. n. i r PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JCSTTERMS OF SUfiSCJMPTtON tSAWaLY cash in A3VANSE. MOf.E FORWAK6ED CTHEWMSI THAU ttf BECK TTfWO IETTC. fCClAL MOTES, KWTAL MONEY OSSER, OR draft on Mew YoK, UtU. K AT the wwc OF THE .KNOER, A6 ALSO AU. UC-C-rTIWtt PAID TO ACBITS. .COT-REHEWALS. Swomiiwsk can always ascertain THE DATE WHS TMBfi SUOMMf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

',-jt';"witswv jf. JLar A K r - - - - - - - -,, - j .. ,- v6 s i-aw? f siSfe gsvr THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1883. , -7 " - I to NEWS OF THE WEEK. Capital pits Crimes and Casualties. Pascaal and Political. There wffl be ihe usual number of proposi tiuH tli.s wiuter fr roiBStntiiiG ox-officers of titeuruiv f r , lacing iheni or Ike retired list. (Jem mf 1 itr-Joka Porter writes that be will come her after the holiday recess. He, of coarse, w i!1 press his bill for restoration to the erai.v, Th i rieods of Genera! GrMifc will make antlM r !'.o:t to pass the Iwll placing hiui on the reiHYti list, and it is expected he vi spend sow t !' herein January. The bill to pat riam'rai V w.afcan on the retired list will ahw be icu'w- "J. as well as many there of tb same j kid It i parti mat i-ae irwaius uj. vci Fremont a tint candidate of the Itopnb1icaa jwmv lor i'nksn:. will make an effiurt to pa a bill pl.u'mjj him on the retired list with the pay of m,t:.r-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

lpfgT sswsr!s .r ? . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON f$. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1883. THE GRAND JjRMY. Bcailrs Western TripAffaire at Headquarters Department News. Special Correspondence National Tribune. PniL.VDEI.WUA, Nov. 27. Commander-in-Chief Beath returned on Thursday from a ten fays' business trip wost ward, during which tirao he took the oppor tunity of calliBgsl different Dep:irtinent Head quarters -or oi attending Post musters. On Tuesdav uvening, November 13, lie was the guest of' McCoy Tost. No. 1, Columbus, O.. spending a most njynblc visit, and on the following evening addressed a joint meeting of the Farts of Cincinnati, O.. aud Newport and Covington. Ivy. Of tins affair the Cincinnati Oadtc give the following account: "A special meeting of George II. Thomas Post, G. A. R-, was held last evening at Mclodoou Hall, for the purpose or giving an official welcome to the recentfv elected Coinniauder-in-Chief of the organization, E. B. Beath, of Philadelphia, secretary o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

-a ,:i . & - 'i.j - p;iv: -r-si .w?- - --V" - Of?' T l" -1- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-Tfe, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1883. slffi: iS4; ("f. ICttjv il.s'i.J,s"'jre'ts i iJ jjrvi'iw&.afiT-'ea, .v TM.v -v j t-,. - , -y JJA---fi'ii'' FIGHTING THEIJ OYER Whal Our Veterans Have io Say About Their Old Campaigns. Tlic Affair or Charles City Cress. Roads. To the Editor Katiokai. Tkibune: I notice in. your Chronological table of the war, undor date of November 16, 1SG3, mention of the "Skirmish at Charles City Cross-roads, Va., .by cavalry expedition, commanded by Colonel West," and, nt the risk of inducing in the minds of your army of readers the be lief that the tongues of the 1st 2Ccw York mounted rifles are longer than their sabers, and j that their pens now work as industriously as their Spwncur carbines did twenty years ago, I -veu tare tossy that the skirmish alluded to was quite a brisk affair, resulting in the com plete surprise and capture of the 42d battalion of Virg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 November 1883

g?"? sksssti J . ica . -. V - ' - " v? - . -is 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, Dl 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1883. P!l OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its JnSustrial, Commercial, Railroad, anil Agricultural DeveiopmoaL FINANCE A1STD TRADE. Lat3t Reports froxa Leading Business Centers. Tlio 'Comptroller of tlio Curreacy, in Iris 4i:riai Ti vrt. suitv-s thiit 2G2 baals lirtvo boon VT ::.u.ze'. (.urr.p tae jt-.r t-Hded Aiovetttocr I, -.with .'ia !??:" 1tit an', horiasd capital of Ti.is is t:. izl In ai. .i'kb for y &: hi-i-vst ni'inW m 1 :iia o:. .ii yc.ir bines 3865. Of "!i thu Midcle States t1 iscw ! .. ;:i i!. Su;ii!n Stales. Forty Lank. ) h apgivstfe itul of $7,730,003, . o !u:i; inly i'.: -vr:: .u.-iS business duria: t .i er Two tiaii i..;i '-ait:;- have been placed the he .d- of ivt-iwr Lulling eighty-nine il. J.! s:ik-' iie csi::'i!i- :.. j't of the system. 'iiu tola! nau.iKT of J:i- aai hanks in opera t.osi oh Nuvf'.ilr 1 was ."iju', the lnrest iium-1- r c.vr i'i oc:..t;on ar ik ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 December 1883

SPfpl tf xg--r- "-' -; "9 ",;? V- TV "&0 C &V WW Wltff te ftdVttC tto UitU, mdfw W wiflow ntttt onHtt ESTABLISHED 18T7.TEW SERIES. WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 18S3. yol. ni-sro. 17-whole m. m. 4 tiHht'rt'-tt'tf I m n, o. o. h Personal Resiislsoeiioes of the War of the ReWion. HcC0iBjLIiA2Sr APPEABS. Be Groates an Army and De fenses for the Capital. BAKU'S BliDEE1 BOTCH. Reminiscences of Baker's Death Tia Maryland Elections. J3y Siajor-Gtmerd, 0. 0. Howard, JJ. S. A. OOnUlolMMfc- AJiLEISHTS EESEEVED.J T1IL General George B. McClellan, as the succes sor to tfee venerable General Scott, tho com mander of the Army of the Potomac, and for a time of .all tiie armies operating in 3861, is a name which has now been long familiar to every household in the land. Of course, in ad dition to his exalted military position and standing, his popularity bocaiae increased and his name more conspicuous still, after he had become a candidate for the Presidency in 1861. General SLo...

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

X&&V y TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 13S3. r- LOYALWOMP'SWORK heading Circle Our Boys Experi ence Meeting Belief Corps. ICon&uclcd by Kale 3. Sherwood. Dr. Johnson once said that the man who would devote six hours out of the twenty-four to reading would in a few years find himself a learned man. We would shorten the number and make the time thus spent just half that long. Only, one should know what to icad and how. The necessity of reading slowly and carefully until the habit has become fixed, has been pointed out. Next, is the formation of taste. we know of a mother who bo early developed n taste in her little son for works of travel, popular science, and history, that, although a man grown, he has never read a book of fiction. And this is as it hhould bo. Fiction should bo the syllabub that lollows the roast, and not the substance of the meal itself. Too many young people read fiction to the exclusion of every thing else. The result is,...

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

mfMmf0rf: & THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. AT 4 PARIS PENSION, Glimpses of Life in a French Board ing School. Speck! Correspondence XATioy At.' TEimj-E: Paris, November 23, 1S33. Your correspouileutliMTetunied temporarily to boarding school. Happily for your read ers, the bojrdin? school in question is not of the coavontiocal kind, and it is possible that they may even be amused in imagining it for themselves. Our .English, travels came naturally to an end ttIibu the summer closod, and, of the two cur rent of floating Americans, we drifted into that slighter one which was setting towards Paris and a winter upon the Continent, the stronger current flowing suddenly with a great rush towards Liverpool and America. In October hotels and pensions in Paris are filled to repletion, and happy is he who is recom mended to the admirable heads of the institu tion wbcace 1 write. When the little boy and giii haveme to the awkward age and must be tudiod ...

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

MNH p-)r?33ranse?2 r -"ii.v , S THE NATIONAL TBIBOTE: WASHIKCTON,; D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. The Rational Tribune. Established 1877.) r- TO OARt FOR HIM WHO HA6 BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOB Ha wiaow anb cnPrtAjw." AafKMAM Lincoln. ""Tmi vauwtv or" the ?bouc debt of the 0n:te3 States, authowkeo e law, incunc sects incurred for pavhekt of pensions sownes for sbbwcce in sflp FRrSCN reWWGC!lM Wt KEWLUON, shall mot be cusls--tlrO." SCC. , AT. XtV, COMCTITUTtON OF THE UWTCD "!AT86 " I - STB IT TMC AStEBT PAPER CW: TO THE INTCR JFF7gr 1: -OlDit"..'SU6BlTHCCOCmW. I GMWEtTLY C&JWW...D IT TO ALL OOMMMB OF THC OafflBR." Paw. VauObbwcrt, CoMwwBqi-iM-Cwtf, 6. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear. J5U TfcRMS OF SUtSV.niFTlON Iwvmbmlv eH in Ar-w M(ki qpm- o ch. wmse th sv eos- TC .rTTLK "C&TAL t.rf PO.TAI HKWtV omeft, R BtATI wh Nu VOWK Wlui AT THt Bt6K OF THE SOCH, At At al. MUMit f "O urnT -33 P..EVYALS. Si j'-fLSS CAN ALWAVS AMCRTAIN THE BE w-L TMCfB fii l--H'M .OM WILL EXP...

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

i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. !HE 48TH CONGRESS. it ft i I talislc Elected Speaker of llio House. 0piifig Scenes, The first session of the 4Sk Congress began at noon on Mndy. At the House Domo rratic caucus, SibIcL Ott Saturday evening, bich was enlid to order by General Kose tians, nominations for "the Speakership were 3uj4c as fIlw : John G. Carlisle, by Colonel 2kIorri.son, of Illinois; Samuel J. Itandall, by fx -Governor Ct.n ,n. of Pennsylvania; and S.S. !', by Ginerel Sloniui, of New York. The x;i va- called by states, nd showed 306 votes 4or far! isle. 52 :Y Kendall!, and 30 for Gox. t. au(lii::iifi (be cicrkship were tiicnplaoed in iio'tnuatlua, and, the vivavoce method "be Ii.r Ktiil rtt'suwi.rcf voted fonts follows: First T'i'l fall John I J. Hirke of Missouri, 81 ; X D. j r. Aikins, of It i.ncaswf. 93; Win. Martin, of IHawar 5: to;xl 18a ; no ehoioe. Second vote 'lark, U.'i : A Ik ins, 92; Martin, 2. Ex CouTvtmau Cuke thus received ...

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

rm 'J?;' liKIKT5. SACWrKy !SiriKTS8?SE sNSfrrsiss? ijKwr-Pft.- j1 .. W ' , V - ' .r -f.-., F "t --" A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. Lc iWWtWm "N THE GRAND JJRMY. -- -r-.-- Dull Times at Headquarters---News from (lie Departments. fipcdifl Correspondence National Tribune. PiilXA-TJEi-pniA, December 4. 16S3. There 1ms been absolutely nothing of Inter est trsnspiriugat cither National or Department Headquarters during tJte week just closed, rou tine "business only requiring the attention of the officers In charge. Among the various Posts in the city the nominations for officers to "be elected nt the niueters to be held this week lias been the main topic of interest, and consid erable canvassing has been going on among the comrades by the many aspirants to office. 2Iany of the installations of these officers on the first muster niphts of next month will bs public, andatlrnded with considerable interest- The new Posts mustered during the past TB-c.-k...

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

FfigfefP: 5TSssEvF j&msi Ji.fr-! r, Ji " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: TTA3KINGT0N, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. , , . , , , ,. , i , .. ., f,,t FIGHTING THEfiJ OVER liatOur Veterans Have to Say Alout Tlicir Oia Campaigns. Tlic Ui Corps at Cedar Crecfe. To the Editor National Tribune: When, at 2 o'clock in tho morftlng of the 19th of OctoLer, we heard rapid firing where Custer, with his horsemen, held the right, and on the left whcro AveroH's cavalry was posted, wo turned over in our blankets and said " tho cavalry is having a brush,' and went to sleep again. And then, at a later Lour, at 4 o'clock in the morning, tvhen we of the 6th Corps heard hrisk picket firing in front of the 8th and 19th Corjis, wc were scarcely aroused from, our slumbers, for wo thought it to he a mere picket skirmish, in which none hut those di rectly engaged had any particular interest. But when the firing became general along tho whole line of these two corps, and we saw hun dreds of men going with liast...

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

"""" -t-em x 4--sjs-v v atr g V - -- THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. 8 a&ss OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, tnd Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centers. Mr. Franldin B. Gowen, president of tlie Heading Railroad Company, in an interview on the 25th inst., was asked xvhotber, after retir- : ing from the presidency, lie intended to remain in some way connected "tritli the company- He replied that he thought the company could get aJonp without his help ; that its earnings were greatly in excess of its fixed charges, and that the .fanuary dividend would be paid if the stockholder? approved of it. The dividend will not ht authorised until the litli of. January, long before which all arrears of interest will have been paid. They had not been paid before because the company had pledged its word to those who voluntarily surrendered millions of its securities i u exchange for o...

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

rf?'. .& : BBKr?3:4S iK TT35& .at'- "Jr1 ?F ' T TAr- J-it T-&... - -XSlS? "rt4- . t f &'J'"iC? -" -. i'trlrf .? Itamml Ettimtte " 8fr t fot Mm wJw to famtc tf ftafctfo nnfl tin W wite mtti, mtikm$" ESTABLISHED 1877 .-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1883. YOL. m-NO. 1S.-WH0LE 1ST0. m. -jtritr - - ' C '' ' w' -k " "5" .. J -3K'RXfi"r- "at -n r ' a .r -uxf- - --" jk-v' ..j. .jj !- "--- " in'L -iJ .jtw " -t-.-r - ta ' z? w&& &?,jr;..L ..i.rttr."rft :T...d;fv44j.:s-- -"A - - " 1 -e ' Tf "- .- -' .LTJ.V -. ET !. tTVS .r e,-5.r,:.iii:5 a.i-tf-WS' jFr'SVrT-Mr KKVrJf- cM t ,""- "', .. w v OiWfvBl iiuiaHB'X.- s s jr W. ' f- , JB Nff?jilBir Z Ja BS"! ri -J! attCY IL 0. -0. HOWARD'S Personal RomuasGanoes of the ar of the Rebellion... SUMNER'S ARRIVAL. The General In "Winter Quarters at Camio California. McCLELLAN'S PLAINS. Joh nion's Strategic Retreat and thr Federal Reconnaissance. J . ."sj-GcamoJ O. 0. Seward, U.S. A. liT-lC Jina.-AIX aiGHTS x...

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

i - . ' - ' - "" - V " f" THE -NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASIIKTG-T01i D.- 0., THURSDAY, DSOSSlBEB, 13, 1383. IP' I d S4 r LGYALWOMAN'SWORK Familiar "Talks Expcricnce-llccting.-! Belief Corps Notes. Conducted by Kale IS. SIichcooiLJ In a former article tho defect in our educa tional system which directs tho ambition of every loy towards the professions w:u pointed out. Such nsysteui is not only snort-sighted, "bat 1C IS posuncij uuiuub -. wuo.ijk.iu .u.uu takes gooa, strong material and warns and bends and trims it for a purpose entirely differ ent from that which nature intended. Tho xcsult is a horde of idle lawyers and doctors and professional loafers in every community, starving iu a garret or preying upon tho credu lities of the ignorant and turbulent masses. Sow, we take it that the professional man who is cut out by nature for the place he must fill must inevitably como to the front, while the man who has taken up its duties as a make shift, or to gratify some ill-founded ambition, m...

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

57 -ife', '"JT ",? j ' 3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNGlON,11. 0., TMIESMY, DECEMBER 13, 1883. , i ' r : FRIENDS p FOES, Senator Iiigalls and His Elognent Sup port of tlie Amm Bill. ii. Senator Ingulf of Kansas, bas irom tlic be ginning of Hue pnlilic ssrvico been the active friend of the soldier. He likes to uncover a sham. When, two ycars-ago, taerc was a bowl in concert from theKcw York press against the jioaaonnrraars act, and the matter bad gone so far that it took a brave man in Congress to aofena the measure, he boldly flaunted a red flag in the face of tbo bull by a resolution dc clBrinx that the law ought not to be rexcalcd. tVith bis incisive vigor of oratory, reloutless, -uiuslo, and, like that of Itufiis Choatc, co extensive in vocabulary with the language, Senator Ingalls made that discussion the most sprightly of the Forty-seven th Congress. He lias introduced a bill this session to abol ish the limitation clause in the old arrears act. -A representative of Tiee Nation...

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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