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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

... " I1 - tjk "? . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHmGIOJf, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST lip 188." pp The Natoal tarn (Established 1877.) TJBJLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Invariably in Advance. jlx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAX. ANNOUNCEMENT. 2IOKET sent 11s, otlicrunsc tlian by registered letter, SKlal notes, postal wncy order, or draft on 2Tcw orlt, vM be at the rud: of the zander. AGEKTSWc employ no agents. THE NAXioiUZi Tjubuke has many volunteer canvassers, and they fare gatcraUy honest and faffltful; but persons who tonfide their subscriptions to Uicm must be Uicir own fudges of their rctyonsibUlty. Thepapcr wiU. be sent only on receipt qftfic subscription price. A&DKERSES, liENEWALS. Etc Addresses wiU "fje dianged as often as desired, but each subscriber thouldin every eascgive Uteoldaswell as new address. In rencviva. subscribers sfiould beoarcful to send us the label on the last paper rooetved, and specify any cor rections or changes ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

H'JfflW JJHWlU. iW'lJl " --vV4, THE NATIONAL TBIBOTE: WASfflflffQDN, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1884.' i WASHINGTON GOSSIP, filings of Interest About the National Capital. "Hie isTOl Observatory PuMIc Groaiids and Bnlld ingsHoTcmcnts of Dlslliiffnlbked People A Variety of Topics. THE NAYAL OBSEEYATOB.Y. Tt Is a Tory just reproach upon the "United Stales that it has done so little for the advance ment of abstract ecience. There are no people in the world so fond of science as tho Ameri can, and yot our Govornineut has done almost nothing toward patronizing scientific men, sr expending money in research- Outside of the polar expeditions, the Smithsonian Institute, and the experimenting in the Agricultural Bureau, tho main scientific -work at the Gov ernment's expense is that done by the .Naval Observatory in this city. This docs not owe its cxistonco to any love of pure science, for Gongrcss more than once, in appropriating for it, ropndiated all intention in that direction, and cont...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

to1 -"rV e. -' -T?k & vz8&$ MISMrLmM- -?r - ' J3s-r .-- .. -,. - r"",T,"!n '' ? , ,5 " -TiV" l V ' ' ' V-fS-v- ,' S - Jv22 35? ftSffp'ilHf ivwJ --is; -,? r--j s 1- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1884. I 1 - "" THE GRAND -ARMY. Honor to the Commander-in-Chief at His Own Home. HEADQUARTER NOTES. A Scary Mail Establishment of Jfcw ncadquar ttTK Itcrcptlon to Srs. Sherwood. HEADQ'KS GRAND ABMY OF THE EEPUELIC, Toledo, O., Auc. 8, 163-i. The mail Las licon licavy at Grand Army Headquarters this vrcelr, chiefly in the form of congratulations and suggestions as to appoint ments. Adj't-Gt-n. Alcorn returned from Phil adelphia on Wednesday, where he spent some days in arranging for the transfer of the busi ness of Headquarters to this city. HEADQUAliTEUS have been taken up in commodious and pleas ant rooms in Masonic Temple, the lower part of which is occupied tempprarily by the Post OiBce, pending the completion of the new Gov ernment Imildins on the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

' 3" TwmmBsrsssns!?sm trK 4 i " i ?? "-i;. ?,i&!' ? sssgssessew WHV?53SSZWlC0l?mCSCM'W' MW r e. '-Jti vi S ' " --'" .UTUW iT2 JT s? -- tile "" w 3 r v,-- -iw-i?. ; . s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNI: WASfflNGTQJJ, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14; 1884, LOYALWOMIP'SWORK m Home Me and Home Lakr for Wives and Daughters. Conducted ly .Kaic B. Slierwood. r4A31 communications intended for publication In UiIb department should ho lorwardcd direct to TUB Xaxiox&X tiatiBWCE, "Washington. V. C. i The Household. TTe give a few of a flood of vigorous re sponses that have come from our girls to tho charge that llioy liad littlo or nothing to do, and have, therefore, more time for letter writ ing than the buys. We are quite sure the girls who write aro able to hold their own, whether in the line of argument or of work. Wo re joice in their capability and in the manifest interest they fool in all their duties. With no disposition to bhirk or complain, they come forth and ask simple justice in the recogni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNES WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST M, 1884 9V REVIEW OF THE WEEK, The 'JTows from All Tarts of the World. .xrx5 asj casualties. A farmer of Linklcan, N. Y., fell from a o7iii machine a. few days ago and was cat to pieces. A fire winch entailed a loss of $60,- O00 occurred in John lloach's shipyard :it Ches ter, Pa., on the Sth. When the body of Katie Donnelly, who, with her father, was drowned at the Ielo of Wight, L. I., on the 2d iust.? was found the lips, ores, cars, and por tions -of the limhs were found to have been bit ten off, evidently by shnrlcs, several of which Tvre noticed in the vicinity. A lawyer of Cohoe-s N. Y tried to hill hiulsdf with a Ttap'T weight m the police court there, where he was answering achurge of drniikcnucs--: A domestic ejuplojod hyan Alba-Iy (X. Y.) fanii;y. aftr radeavoringto commit suicide by cutting her throat on the 10th inst., set tire to Jier clothing and was fatally burned. Katie Ye!hcr, aod 15 years, of East Port Ches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

,-XW- ?! "W'.f. lj '5--y, .'v'V' TfcSS Y ttimtte. MHirS VY.V -fs-i'- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884. YOL. IY-NO. 2.-TVH0LE NO. 158. ESTABLISHED 1877.-EW SERIES. sr '? "' i,r jj tj -4-. -j.. .t?s ZJSSSS ; .i(wwu5ss&!S'" ft. ,vMtswvsKBy''s' " -rpiw-o'iSs2:.;r ys-is-!fi-t'$riKfra'j tyjKswsFws.iijas'av-An.sw -e. sk p js -- -.--57 " - . r"---H; w -r -;, pr4?!'rr' " rf l&ttmtax A -vMJSMKiMrilBfi YlPrccaKvffislt lB. k- ZS ' ' . - i .-. y j- - Mum u, . J Ml 1 1 .."V,-" WASHINGTON PERIL. Checking Jubal Early's Eaid. Korthera BAT3HJB OF MONOGACY. GallantStandTnade toy a Greatly inferior Force. LOSSES OK BOTH SIDES. Alarm of the People of Wash ington and Baltimore. A jH&cryrsiMsraSiiyiieQuost ofFost Stannard, Ko. 2, Grand Arm$ ff the Republic, Burlington, VL, and rted U itum Friday craning, April 25, 1S73, by Gee. E. Dams, Bmiinglon. VL. laic Capt. Co. J). 10th VL, First Brig Third Die., Sixth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

THE NATIONAL . TRIBUNE: WASHIN(JTQ$, D. 0., THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1884. N suffer accordingly. Tho United States bas not lured soldiers merely to tinker or do all sorts of oSd jol)s for their neighbors; it lias hired thein to light, and, so long as I command this company, I shall do my duty I " I turned upon my heel and walked of Upon falling hack to our old position, tvo found Buflinan in the hospital acting as nurse. His statement -was that ho Lad to go a good deal farther for the water than ho expected.; when he got hack the regiment liad-disappcar-ed, aud tho. Surgeon coming across him, and learning that ho was separated from his regi jnont, had ordered him on duty at tho hospital. Ho said ho was very anxious to return to his company, hut that the Surgeon would not let Lira. The Surgeon corroborated this statement, and excused himself on the plea that he did not think Buflman could iind the regiment. In the firs! place, I gave the Surgeon ablowing up for assisting Buflman in his ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

tsvt?JSTSi?P&t Sw?5iSliS3i r,5S23''5 0fe H ;AO.-v.- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, . C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884.' FIGJjTINa THEI1J OVER Wlial Our Veterans Have to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. IVERSON'S BRIGADE. Its Capture at Gctlj hours The llcglnicnts that Forced Its Surrender. To tub Editou: A few days ago my atten tion, was called to an article in your valuable columns under date of June2G, written by Isaac Bnll, Captain Co. A, 07th N. Y-, headed ' Iver son's Brigade," saying that ' With a view of set ting tbc public jniud at rest, and for the vindi cation of historic truth, I Captain Hall ask the indulgence of your columns to answer the inquiry us lo the force that captured Iverson's brigade at Gc-ttysburg, July 1, 1663." IN ANSWER thereto I would respectfully request permission to certify that at least three-fourths of the 12th Muss, participated in the charge. Capt. Hall claims the "whole credit for the 97th K. Y., and at the same time admits that "some of the 12t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

'-. rr. - i?ifiww?ipr$e HU?-.V'XMMl.fiJIU WMJLMU I3EEa"aT? i"K-1iPi'5f-JM 'fjenMHtit T"-' 1 f -. -,?' ' THE ffATIOML TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884." The Mom Tribune (Established 1877.) Published -weekly. One Dollar per Xear, Invariably in Advance lx mouths, 75 cents. No subscription, for a less xeriod received. 6PECIAI. ANNOUNCEMENT. JfiONRY senlvs, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or drafl on Jfow York, wiH be at the risk of Vie sender. A rEKW.Wc employ-no operate. The National JTniaoKE has many volunteer canvassers, and they are gcnvraliy honed, and faithful; but persons tclio confide their subscriptions to tlwm must be Uicir own fudges of their responsibility. The paper will be sent only on -receipt ofUte subscription price ADDKJSES, JZEXE1VALS. Sic. Addressee trill he changed me often as desired, but oaeli subscribe! jjiould 4n eteryeooegimc titc old as well as new address. MrencJtff.snbscHberssftotddbeoareftdiosendns...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON', D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884. WASHINGTON GOSSIP, UL Yery Dull Week at tlic National Capital. LTEOT. ECHWATKA'S SCHEME. iOcxit.'Prd. Schvratlca has resigned his posi tion 5n order to enter into the stocTc-rai-sing bootless with Borne Scotch capitalists. Last year ho was Bent hy the Govornmont with au espedfcion tip tho Yukon River, in Northwest era Alaska, to explore its resources, etc. While, engaged in this undertaking, in addition to Jiis ollicial duties, he took tho opportunity to do a little prospecting on hisown account. He discovered and inappod out the central channel of the Japan current and noted its effect on the tomporature of tho Aleutian Islands in its track. Those islands have a climate of about CO degrees the year round and are admirably Buited for grazing. On hie return Lieut. Schwatfca is reported to have stopped at Port land ad onterda into an agreement with Rciil, the cattle man, in regard to getting hold of these Islands for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

mmmmmtmamammmm m"mmmmsmmm4m:mpssi IW I I Will i. Irani I II IBMMI Wl Wll I 111! Pill 111 MilllJI IllHipi III I ! ! Iipl ! I ilMIW P lIH ! l limn II 1 1 111 II "Cv ? Ps - " VSf v- - " " - V"? w . -"Su- - Vs? -r ? TJJ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTdN, ' D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884 SfsP THE GRAND ARMY. Movements of (lie New Cominandcr-in-Cliicf. HEADQUARTERS NOTES. Hie CoHiHiatiiJor-iti-ChIcP8 Movements The Grand Ktunion or Michigan Comrades A Congratula tory Letter General Order, Xo. 2. Headq'es Geajsd Aumy of tiie Uepobltc, Toledo. O., Aug. 16, ISSi. The Coramatidcr-in-Cbicf had determined to attend the grand soldier Encampment at Belle fontc'Pa., oil Monday and Tuesday, Aug. IS and 19, where lie had expected to meet the Past Comuiauder-in-Ciiief, Gen. Beath, and other officers of the retiring administration in conference. But as lie received information that Gcu. Beath would he detained from at tending, and as to malic the trip at this time would conflict with prior engagements...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

PsSiSpTOSp V - ."'T S5 THE NATIONAL . TRIBUNE: WASHINGTCgf, D. C, THURSDA AUGUST 21, 1884. LOYALWOMP'SWORK ... - i . i Pamiliar Talks-Seasonable Recipes. "Woniaifs Exchange, JDlc. COEKBSPOKDEKCE AND CORIlESrONDENTS. "What does the Editor think of straagors en tering into a correspondence with one an Qlhor?" This is the question propounded by several young girls, who would like to corro Bpond with the young gentlemen of the Con versation Club, but are not quite sure as to tho propriety of writing to those with whom they iave no acquaintance. Mothers also ask for an opinion upon the subject from the Editor. An opinion is eayly given. On general principles the Editor is opposed to strangers opening up a correspondence, unless for a defi nite purpose and under circumstances entirely irce from evon the shadow of a suspicion. In all cases beware of fictitious names and of cor respondents who write with "a view to matri mony," etc Nover answer advertisements for correspondents, since the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 August 1884

wmsmwww' ffi $ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, P. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884. -".- - sfrv s - jjl :fr ' HEWS OF THE WEEK, Ike News from All Parts of the World. CHIMES AND CASUALTIES. A farm hand living near Sycnmorc, HI., Tvho iad outraged and murdered Iris employer's JjiugUtcr, shot himself through the head while citi pursued by a posse of indignant citizens o the 13th inst. A duel was fought be tween two young men at Emory Gap, Tenn., in which both parties were killed. Two jouug rancnors residing on Sand Prairie, Tex., were principals iu a desperate duel on the 11th inst., iu which one was killed and the other desperately wounded. A freight train on the Delaware. Lackawanna & Western Rail road ran olf the track on a trestle near North KuSklo recently, killing tlie fireman, named Leonard. The engineer saved his life by jumping from the train. Several cars were Taadiy wrecked. A girl 15 years old, on be ing detected iu a theft, committed suicide at Feru township, Iowa, on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

tSs!MraiHSWlmlBSSBBSHBiBBfflfflBBwSHRSHMraP STpJ-iSj F-jss le&rvrKsjF St-W- -jCiT A sgdSr'B tttmn& "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW ANr HANS." . , c. o, ESTABLISHED 1877-TEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, .584. YOL. IV-NO. 3 -WHOLE NO. 159." '& ?T''?s5y vv vvEMfew FfJ ''?' j - v x vwvkwiuiv r Waitmral 0aHHH4 VlFSLv-lts . -9 ivfi7f L!vxm- r- " &EL 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal RemiidsccriGes of the War of the Rebellion. CH AT T AN O O G A, TEJ5TN. Hooker's Re-enforcement of the Army of tlie Cumberland. TRANSFER OF TWO CORPS. The Eleventh and Twelfth taken from.the Army of the Potomac. JJtMt$.-Gen. 0. 0. Howard, U.S. A. corviBnzo. x bicuts etzd. XXXVI. For a time wo turn to Western fields. Comrades in service ask: As yon were with us at Gettysburg, and at Williamsport, where the defeated army of Geu. Lee crossed the Potomac, how did you get away aud reap pear in connection with Gen. Thomas and the Army of the Cumberland? I continu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

1- Ti'?l W?T5Bg .S&i-KMf ' ' "' -K eL--J 1 I" " THE NATIONAL TMBUM: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884. 2 msmmmmmmmmimmwwmBmmiW' out to attack Iris desperate foe with 110 men. He said few words to them, informing thetn of their danger. Not a man lliuched or desirod to remain behind. It was as wheu Gonzales .fcddrcased his men at La Espinat " 1 lead ye no! to win a field 1 lead yc forth to die'." The hushwhaokers led Jlaj. Johnson and his men southeast from Contralia across the prairio into a fallow field, on iho farm on one Capt. Pullomviaer. Hero a fatal nnihnscado and trap had hoon prepared. The Federals marched Booth into the jJeja, and then turned and fated the cast, immediately opposite Bill Anderson's connaiiy. drawn up in lino ready to charge thorn. The line now dismounted, and leaving every fourth man to hold horses, the rest ad vanced on foot to within about 400 yards of Aat4rMB'8Ttnpsny, behind which was Poole's, all tin? gnerrtf Ins thai could bo seen. The l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

H &-" I" -" " " Ji';ftp$A.-'.-W'- t'j:?lsZ-'VA,'-?$.Jr .- ."j- Vvt;VtV'' v5?Jpi??-i?; m ir-c"-s.v5-'-- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884. FIGHTING THERJ OYER What Our Veterans Have lo Say About Their Old Carauains. BEFORE PETERSBURG. Diary of a Xctt York Caralryjaan Stirring Ex periences. To the Editor: I -was a member of Co. H, 3d 25. Y. Cav., Kautz's division of Butler's army, und was stationed iu Jlay, 1SG4, near Fort Darling, holding a portion of the works jjcar tlie signal station. The following tran Bcripts from my diary, describing our cxpiri enecs about that time, may be of some interest tomy old comrades: May 30, 1SG4. At -i o'clock this afternoon the rebols charged on our center. They did not do so with the intention of taking our works, but oulj lo see if we were still in force. Thov found out that wc were to their cost. Thoy were driven back faster than thsy came. "We did not lose many men, but I could see a good many rebels lying on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

PpSSSSPPi The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY, One Dollar per Year, 2nvariably In Ad-ancc. f&c inontlis, TS cents. No subscription for a less period received. SIMECIAX. ASSOUNCEMENT. HONEY sttf us, otherwise than by registered Idler, jposfal Mote, postal money order, or draft on Ncu Tork, trill he at Uteris!; of the sender. AGENTS. We employ no agents. Tint National TitincKB has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally Jioaest and .faithful ; but persons cho oonfide thrir subscriptions io than must be their own fudges ef their rpsjionsibitiltr. TJtc paper will be tent only on reccijU f the subscrijilion price AD&JtEf&ES, ZENEWAIJ5, Etc Addresses trill oe cJiaiijwrf &6 often as desired, but cacli subscriber siioiddi every casegtve the oldaswdl as ne& address. In renewmg, subscribers thmdd be cartful toscndustlie label on the last paper received, and fftccify any cor rections or changes tltey desire made in name or ad dress. COJLRIKP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

, -' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884; -kS WASHINGTON GOSSIP. ' Dull Season," wliicli is Really Not So Yery Dull. Zn Spite of tlio Absence or the- President, Cabinet, and Society People there is a Good Deal Going on In tlio Capital. A DCLT. CATIXAi. Everybody says that " "WasuijiRton is so dull just now, always is. in tbolast part of Au gust. August and September are really tho -worst months of tlic year to stay in Washing ton." In proof of this they will say that " there 3s nobody bore." " Everybody is away," and go on and cite that the city is almost totally deserted by the high officials and their follow ing. The" President is among tho pleasant mountains of New York. The Postmaster-General is in New England, bobnobhing witb Sec retary Chandler about the political situation. Mr. Teller is in the mountain fastnesses of Colo rado. Brewster, Attorney-General, is at Long Branch. Mr. Frohnghuysenis in the Catskills, and Mr. Folger is the only one left h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

v V VvtJ?- -J?t?ts&$.? &&$5g3?gji spss 5 fc?r'' "-' yNJRjrCfrJ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASTILVUru:.',., I). 0., THIJIWDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884. P5 THE GRAND ARMY. A lively Week for the National Headquarters. HEADQUARTERS NOTES. The Commnndrr-in.Chicf "Visits the MIchlffnn Sol. dlrre and Snilors at flattie Crock Enthusiastic Bcrnlton Michigan "Woman's Keller Cori'S. National Headquarters, G.A.R., Toledo, O., Aug. 22. Commnna'cr-in-Cuief Kountz closed up sm oother week of Iris administration by visiting, yesterday, the sixth Reunion of the Soldiers and Sailors of Southern Jlichipan, at Battle Creek, a historic Michigan town, named to commemorate one of the most sanguinary bat tles of the American contest with the Indians and British for the possession of the great Korlinvcst. BATTLE CREEK is ft fine town, with pleasant, shady streets, substantial houses, and was in full holiday dress for the great holdicr gathering. The streets wore profusely decorated, and there Tvas such an ou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

pf 1wmsas$iiK)HmmslBim THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884." LQYALWOMP'SWORK FainiliaT TalksSeasonable lecipcs. Woman's Exchange, Etc. Xloraclv Truths. JTbero are a few things it isTvell tolrnow in this v,-orld, without havingto consult the hooks or the doctors, fiee that the following are in delibly onjrraved upon the tablets of memory, and you will have a few homoly facts on call, which malce up the common sense of living. They arc in truth THINGS WOKTH BEMEMBEBING. That salt should he eaten with nuts to aid digestion. That a cup of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the breath. That stele meats may be made fresh and Wholesome by washing in soda water. That boiled cabbage is much sweeter when "the water is changed in boiling. That fried onions should be boiled first in milk to he mild and odorless. That a little soda water will relieve sick leadaohe caused by indigestion. That a cup of hot water drank "before meals will relieve nausea...

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