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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

'pffTjBvTOw riSyrhtSS-i r.rv-i- J w"" 'I -sV.- " -- ' "4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,.. D., 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, -1884.' P&SSS Tie National Tribune. . Established 1877.) Published weekly. One Dollar per Xear, Shvariahly in Advance. f&x months, 75 contc 2To subscription for a Jess period received. SPKCIAX, AKKOrSCSKEST. HOyJSi' -sen us, oOtemiee then hyregfMetcd Idler, postal ofs, p6kA mo-i order, or dtqfl on JVeti York, mill be at the 1 1. i qf the tender. AG237BK.Wrrpkt; we tfcnts. TheNatzOSAL 1 "Tcibuse Jms wNri-i volunteer canvassers, and tliay 1 are nairrrJhi haunt and fnkhftd; but persons vHto confide their mibsi i ijm to than, nntst he their oum I fudges tiieir re;e . TJwpoper twK oc shi oJj h tmtfjjf or Hit wbtcrejpMen jrcc jiV&JtE$SJ. JiJIKEti'JlLS. rtr A4dremc nrftt 5bc clia&ffed fl " derirad. ' tft sHtaeHber Jimwii.. ' 'tri lUmiiOtt't' (t cmftdtvaatduMlhe iahftonQ t t -t po.'-rr re- td atl specify y ear- rcc:m r an-tit Ibj t(5" i music er ad dre...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

,V7 - - - 1- -i, r. r . r .. TMTr2-r.-wJ? .Kjwaflta3K&fc;7i -t rJ -- v s"ra-- rv Tswwjrff . -- - TTV."!"-- ? .mn? --'V' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D., 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18," 188i.: 8 v WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Weekly Collection ALout llic Na tional Capital. ASEIEA3T0NS. A vacancy iu so important an office as Secre tary of the Treasury cannot help producing lively perturbation in political circles, and Judge Polger was not in his tomb before eager speculation manifested itself everywhere as to liis successor. It isagrand thing to be Secretary of the Treasury, even until next March -i. Jlauy Teally grcnt men iu this country would be glad to till n for even a month, or perhaps a shorter term. Iu spite of our angry disclaimers we are all more orleas generally more worshipers of money, and our minds are impressed with an opulent, unctions, intensely respectable atmos phere clinging about a man who has even an association with groat amounts of money. A secretary of the Trea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

,, 3?; i-r j- V- .,- v. 3 11-- . " fc ' t-JIt X . "-V fr THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884. Z. T "- ivl "J TB"irnT v .1 THE GRAND AMY, Icliviiy at National and Department Headquarters. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. 4 Big Wect nt HcadqHarlcre Comrades Toward the Setting Suh The STth Ohio Congratulate Their Comrade "Hie Jacct Spccj1:." National Heaiquakteiis, G.A.E., Toledo, O., Sent, 15. It lias been Tri-Statc Fair week, aud many of tho comrades in attendance from Ohio, Michigan and Jndiaua Iiavc taken the oppor tunity of calling and paying their respects to the Commander-in-Chief. Vast multitudes of people have been in the city, called here by the fair and from the announcement that cx-Gov. Hendiicks, candidate for Vice-President on tho Democratic ticket, was to be the guest of the association on Wednesday and Gen. Johu A. Logan on Thursday. There was no demonstra tion by the Grand Army in connection with Gen. Logan's visit, as the Commander-in-Chief is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

1 s -- :v Sb -?iS53i Tj-j f&t r&? . SKVJtl LOYALIOMP'SWORK Some Jpils, Suggestions and Good Counsel. HOUSEKEEPING MADE EASY. 3Ioaeru iiniirovcnionts simplify greatly tlie daily round of domestic life, yet modern im 3roYonicnts do not take the place of certain Jjonioly littf c secrets, which, if known, take so largely from the work and worry of the housc "wjfe's'dutios. Per instance, liow many thousands of honse 3iceiors, and good ones, too, are struggling along with the problem of how to koop tho juioeirom fruit pies from boiling out in bak ing. Some say do not have the bottom of the oven two hot Yery woli ; but if not just right the under crust mil be soggy, and most any one Avould dispense with an abundance of juice for the sake of a nice crisp under crust. Another says stow your fruit first, and do TlPtJnrvotOB much juice. But then you lose the fine fresh flavor. Another says put in your fruit, then your sugar, and lastly a good sprin kle of flour. But even then tho juice...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

v'-v, f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE TOSHmOTON,, 1). C, THURSDATrSEPTEMBER 18, 188fe n TtTTT?snAv:si?.PTmT.i? is fjrj IEWS OF THE WEEK. Tie Kcirs from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. While Franco is xcaolchip over her compara tive freedom from cholera its ravages in Italy Are terrible. On the 6th inst in various parts f the couutrv there were 764 new eases and 351 deaths. Of these there ivcrc G33 new cases in Naples and 275 deaths. On the 9th inst. there were 937 frcsli cases in that city and 365 deaths, and the Minister of War scut a number of students from the Military Medical School to assist the physicians. On tho lOlh there were SGG fresh cases and 328 deaths, and in the provinces 19 fresh cases and 14 deaths. Tho official bulletin of the 12th inst. showed 9G5 new cases aud 498 deaths in Italy. Of this number 430 deaths occurred in Naples and 809 new cases. In Naples the condition is most harrowing. Scenes of misery aud wretched ness of the most pitiable character occur on every side. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

fr-WiPiP!PWiP V,. fc tj? "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SEMES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884. V o.nr-NO. l.WRQIM NO. 163ft . , J. .-- - -.- " " VJVwa --w x -. a. tf r, Jimral GEHJ. 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Esminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. MISSION ART RIDGE. Sherman's Grand Flank Move ment on the Left. EEGHIMG AT TIHNEL HILL PatCletDurne Makes a Stubborn and Bloody Resistance. IKT 2AJ.-GEN. O. O. HOWARD, V. E. A. ItOM'VJUDHTBD. ATX EIGHTS KmEKVED.J A few pictures will give us a summary of the important events which preceded the remark able l!5lh of November, lt3S3. The evening of the 2Hh General Carlin's brigade hd loffc Chattanooga and climbed up to help Hotikor, then upon the east side of Lookout. Carlln relieved Geary and his di vision, who were worn out by Ions fighting and hard marching. Daring the night the fresh troops of Carlin wore attacked, but with out hesitancy easily hold their o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

1 "f fc v jrJ-Ftj "'i4" ME NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884; - -VJ 1 - 5- . -j J -r rfV'W j Yj. UJ r5 ' 'j OTJTECN THE TITANS or tiie commander, and It was necessary 3iow to wait for Sherman's Corps to como np. Sherman "was on his way from Millikon's Bend. IIo Teacbed Ilard Times on the 0th, and arrived at Graud Gulf on that night and the following day. McClernand and McPbcrsou had meantime been living wholly upon the three days' rations 'which ihoybad brought in haversacks from Bruins burg. They now foraged vigorously, found plenty of beof and mutton, and with the little corn the enemy had left fn the country sub sisted comfortably. Before undertaking an other movement, however, moro liberal sup plies wore needed. The two corps were Avith out camp equipage, wagons and ambulances. Field oflicers wore on foot, and -every division &nd corps commander was living, like the rest of ns, FBOir HAND TO MOUTH. From the 3d to the 8th of May, while 31c Olor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

NWHawNJs, i, ' r rf. ,. r .. -1 ' T" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 39. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884. llpftSllS FIGGING THEfcj OYER Wlial Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. " IN BATTERY." Fan Et Frcaerickbburs SHencins a Battery Un lualthincss ct CUaaccllnrbTlHc and Gettysburg'. To the Editor: I bare kept quiet just as long as I can. Having been in a manner lost for tbo past sis or seven years in tbo mount ains of Montana, it was only made known to me a snort lime a?o that there was such a paper published as The National Thibuxe. Or course I subscribed at once, Now, it does not come often enough, Ihavenevcrwetbuttwoof my company comra-les since we ivere mustered out of tbc service at the close of the war, and but few comrades since I came West who wcro soldiers of the Army of the Potomac If it had not been for a painful reminder in the shape of rheumatic aficctfous contracted during the late unpleasantness 1 should have probably forgotten my army experience a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

'? &- '"-'5r?n- 2 -v- ".w"Vi -s; "" CS?T i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON P. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1881. t I The Iahone Tribim ESTABLISHED 1877J PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Tollar per Xear, Shvarlably in Advance. feUx months, 75 cont. No subscription for a lcfcs period received. KPSCXAt ANNOUNCEMENT. JffOXEY cnf -us, offtrrtrtse tfian by trjTtsfcrcd Idler, postal notes, posted tnonty order, or draft on JTcio York, trflf Ic cf fi e rfcJ; o iftc sender. AQEKli We employ no agents. TnslC'AiTOX'AXi TKIBUXC has many X!oluntecr carasers, and they ore generally hottest and Jaitliful; but persons wlio confide their subscriptions to Uictn must be tlieir oven fudges vf their responsibility. Tiie paper trill be sent only on receipt oUie subscription price, ADDRESSES, EESEWALS, Etc Addresses via he cliangcd as oflcn as desired, but cacli subscriber slwuldin every ensephe the oldas well as new address. JiiTcncwing.stdisarJbcrsshoiild becarcful toecndusilie label on ilte last paper received...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

'i J-f WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. XESTGKA.TTON OP COL. TV. TT. DTJDIXT. Last Saturday Col. W. W. Dudley, the Com missioner of Pensions, tendered his resignation to the Secretary of the Interior, "who promptly accepted the same. It -will not take effect until Nov. 10, but as CoL Dudley has arranged to be away from the Office the most of the time un til thon, it may be said that his term of service has already virtually ended. Uumors have been current for soveral months that he in tended to resign, these originating in the well known dissatisfaction of his superior officers with his administration. Report went so far, a few weeks ago, as to assert that Gen. Beaver, of Pennsylvania, had been offered and would necont the office. When Dudley was approached on the matter ho strenuously denied that ho intended I resign, and &aid positively that he expected to stay through the present adminis tration, as " hchad every reason to believe that lie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

' Jr U -.r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,-? D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884. cG T J2- wa- I THE GRAND JRMY. Couple of Ycry Important General Orders. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The CH'niainlor-in-CliIcf In Philadelphia He unlou of SK'cdmait'f Old KcIment aon-ParLi-MiisMn of the Order General Orders, A'os. 4 an d 5. Xatioxal Heaoqu artees, G.A.R., Toledo. O., Sept. 20. Gominattder-in-Chief Kouutz Las been spend ing the week in Philadelphia, where he went to be present at the uuvailmg ef the statue of Gen. l&ynolds at City Hall. The event of the week connected frith Head quarters has been the Reunion at Columbus Grow, an adjacent village, of the 14th Ohio, (Gen. Jas. B. Stcedman's regiment,) of winch Adj't-Gcn. Alcorn was the Adjutant Mil vcrstedtfs 14th llegiraeut Band escorted the To ledo delegation, the famous band whose music cheered the veteran 14th on many a weary anarch through Kentucky and Tennessee- Its sturdy leader, Chris, fililvcrstdt, like its old chief, the hero of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

'-?- 4 -J ? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884. Kp1 LOYALWOMP'SWOM Useful Hints Experience Sleeting. Conversation Club. The Household. CHXtlSTMAS GIFTS BELIEF COUPS CBAZY QUILT OIZNAMENTAI. AVOEK, ETC. The Editor of Uie Household expects from thiB timoibrward to give directions for a variety of useful and pretty artioles su ilable for Christ mas gifts to father, mother, cousins, or aunts, and may he to "a nearer and dearer ono yet than all other." Now, it will ho ever bo much easier for the editor to do this ll tuc women ana ginsiuio thev were divided ns follows: 37 men and two oili readTHE TjanUJfE will in some way indicate core did not u.-e tobacco aa a tonic or stimulant; tho kind of work they can co and something as to the cost and Quality of the articles to ho givon. In those days there is such an infinite -variety of work, ornamental aud useful, done hy the women of the land, that it is really quite a study to know just what to lecommcud to ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 September 1884

mwmSi lilll m 33rf?tfW.SML s."- " r r"S ,- "' -S ' THE NATIONAL. TRIBILm WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER So, 1884. wemmmm NEWS OF THE WEEK. - He Nevrs from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. The European mercantile nations, and espe cially England, are growing rather tired of the deenltory kind of -warfare Franco is waging s-gainst China, and are very anxious that affairs should "be brought to a climax. An effort at mediation will probably soon be made. On the 17th there was a slight skirmish near the Kiupai forts, below Foo Choo. Only 200 French troops lauded and defeated a few vil lagers. The object of landing was to keep open communications between the French fleet aud the Eastern Telegraph Company's ship. On tho 18lb the French nian-oP-war At.ilante boarded a regular Houg Kong trading junk and threw its cannon, guns aud ammunition overboard. This occurred in the immediate vicinity of the harbor. The merchants of Hong Kong are greaUy irritated. Junking is the only trading left...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

vj. fr yK . v' Wattmtai din torn. iTO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NTEW SERIES. WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 1884. VOL. IV-NO. 8 -WHOLE NO. m. GETL 0. 0. HOWARD'S , . . , Trr Personal Reminiscences or tne war , . ,,. 01 tll6 K,euBlilOn. MISSI02STAB.Y BID GKE. The Resistless Gharge of 'Gen. Thomas's Four Divisions. SISJKOFGGBL'B AT THE CHEST. The FdlaSit and Utter Rout of s the Confederates. IiY SIAff.-CfBN. O. O. IIOWABD, U. P. A. K,iiiuaiiTnn.-aix iiiohts nifcnixvED.J XLTL Hodkar and his men haa already " fonght above the clouds" ana unfurled the emblem of a free country to the breeze on the most promiuont rock of Lookout Mountain ; Sher man and his divisions had toiledand fought witli more vigor the second day than the first, amid unheard-of Tuggeauess ana against odds too j crcat for bodies of human flesh to overcome. It was reserved by Providence to Thomas and his army, already four limes depleted, i. c, by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

TTffF!5 w : K- 5 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. CC, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884. 6aslicsi fanvara. In 1cs than half a minute Xaiwlor'j? column, with its support at its heels, wns pouring over tlio parapet, and tlio enemy at that end' wis Tiegimiinjrto break. The two divisions rushed up to the ditch, -meeting a volley, hut nol-slopping to fire until within 10 yards of the works, when the rebels gave way and KAN LIKE A MOB. The Union line poured a murderous volley into the rotroatln? horde, and climbing across the obstructed ditch vc chase. TJie enemy swarmed to a large bridge made of steamboats .moored across the strvain just below the Tail road bridge. The battery on the hills beyond the river opened fire to cover the retreat; but it couM not chock the pursuit. McCUeruand's men were now all over the parapet, taking prisoners and driving the frighloncd uemy into tire river. Before the flying'host could get across the bridge, some owe filed the cotton with which the sfcumaboats we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

!w(Sw ' V "$, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ' D. 0., THURSDAY,-OCTOBER 2, 1884. 3 RGpNQ THEHJ OVER, TWial Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. ITJKA. The 4Sth IiiuYs Gondnrt, nnd the Hlh Ohio Bat ter fi Iiosscs. To trim Editor: In your paper of Sept. 4, X. C WtuL)ier mid A. Ludy, in ' Condensed Lot tors," arc ouraged at Winchester's statement that the 4Slh Ir.d. hrohcat luka and came throngli the ranks of the 39th Ohio ( of the Ohio Brigade "). AVe would advise those 4Slh lnd. hoys to keep away from Winchester's regiment after this; hut don't make yourselves unhappy over it and lose your rest, and. above all, don't stop yur National Tuihunje, be cause we waut all the facts, just as they were. The lSth lnd. was a line regiment, and after wards achieved all of the fauic (and more, toor) that they lost in that fight I will say to these 4Sth hoys that I stood within 20 feet of their regiment in that front line and saw the whole business. And now I want to ask a few qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

Ejapw - V- . - ' - 4" THE NATIONAL -TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1881. THE llTIONAL TRIBUNE. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. Que Dollar per Year, invariably in Advance. BIx months, T5 conts. No subscription for less period rccoired. SF3ICTAI. AWSOUjrCJSMEXT. 2IOXEY sent -ml otherwise than by registered loll or, jff oetat, ?sJ money order, or draft on Nck j lbr7 or at the ru: of the scnacr. AGENTS. We tmAoy apenk. The National TiuncME fcos tnatiy volmitecr canvassers, and tliey are pwrrallit honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscription to them mustbc their ovm judyes of their rag0Kmb. The paper vM be sent only on roectjM of the crijjfen price. AVliUEmES, RENEWALS. Etc. Addressee irili be cJianged at, often as desired, but each subscriber should in every cKCffieihco1dasvriHaner address. Inraictrw&mfacribm-s&ouldhcearcfullosfitid'uslhc labdonthfUuXjHipcrreoeircd, and specify any cor reettcm or dtmtgcs the desire made in name or ad dre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

?3H P-3 -a-;riJr wwss ' 5 Jj sA.iT- Aa Z'1' tf ----h- -S- -- r- - y -. X-- 3 . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON- D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884. WASHINGTON aOSSIP. flic Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital THE COLONY OF LIBERTA. Previous to the war wo lieard a great deal about tho colonization of negroes in Liberia. It scorned to be accosted by every person that there -was no room on this continent for free acgroes. Evorybofly except ultra-abolitionists Bcomed to-rogard the presence here "of negroes Mot in slavery as something extremely danger ous to Hie institution -of slavery, which a ma jority of the people of the United States united an protecting and upholding. Consequently the colonization movement had a great deal of strength, and under sts patronage a free colony was established in Liberia under the protec tion of England and the United States, and funds were provided by charitable individuals for the transportation and sotting up in life of cuch free nogroesas des...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

WmWm THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. .0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884. THE- GRAtHJ ARMY, Ttadses Pension Mailers News from the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. A Quiet WocL Jlcisl for G.A.IL Ilndscs LooMng Up Comrades Ats1slanrc or the G.A.H. to the Pension Office 31iss Itaiisom's Portrait ol" Grn. Thomas Xcniorial of Ccn. Stctdnian lincour nzhiz Genius. Toledo. O., Sept. 27. The weak lias boon a quiot one at Grand Army Headquarters, an occasional call upon AOj't-Geu. Alcorn finding bitn busily engaged iu drv detail -work, including tbe forwarding of General Order No. 4, of which each daily paper in the United States has been furnished a copy. Entering Headquarters ibis morning, the first tiling that attracted the atteution of your conespondent -was a neatly-frauied letter, rest ing on a crimson plat, with a margin of a couple of inches, being nothing less than a bill, bearing date of Aug. 25. lfa4, for $1,948.07, from Lieut. C. Whipple, of the New York Arsonal, Governor's Isl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

tMBe.7 up 'I v'- rA ,-1", ;. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884. 1 ' '"jstrsr TTT LOYAL.WOMP'SWORK familiar Glial Honsoliblu1 Hints and UfiiftJ Suggestions. a 111.1-11 wrrn wety fiskkhi-nails. A correHndciit "Wliut would vin ask our opinion as follows: tlruk f a young lady, who v sin-1 be fcti.'m ti 71. :t belle, w1io wears a white ,ivs uiul Win ii:'t -. -mi pink reein her lint, and j ha dirty i'il-"' This is at .-v question to answer. We iiuil Hi ink mum .: aa Inaywas a great frioMMi, wliiu Uf-h. pink roses and nil. In deed the wk.u dr-s, and tlicjtiHk roses would iu;.L i lie dtr' hutsT-uails luure noticeable. Uml.. tiicn i n.tili'.ag -more inexcusable or div.uxiius. lu I omir.-d always have dean finger-.. nails.' sayp a jfuns lady wbo works. racy atf 1 o. aiwa; dirty if they are blade, .86 pnr iha fruit and wgot aides stains the nafls." Will, then. k . l- your nail ait short. Do not lite hmg i-l.iws a depository foraHsoris of acrii:niatjous 01 tlie ...

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