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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. The National Tribune.. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Ono Dollar per Year, 2uvariably In Advance filx mouths, 7 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SrECIAT, ANNOUNCEMENT. M0KE1" sent us, otherwise than by registered IcUer, postal notes, postal money order, or dral on Xcw York, trill be at the risk of the sender. AGENTS. Wc cmiAoy no agents. The National Teibuxe lias many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; bU persons tcho confide their subscriptions to than mutA be their own 'judges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, HEXEWALS, Etc Addresses trill be cliangcd as often as desired, but each subscriber shouldin every cos give the old as tccll as nctc address. Jnrenaring,subscribcrsshonldbccartfulloscndusUic label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or changes they desire made in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON! D.- 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital CONDITION OF ODE MERCHANT MARINE. During the convention of the Xalional Board of Trade of the United States, which met last iveek in this city, there was a protracted dis cussion of the condition of the American Jrcr chant Marine and what step3 should be taken to revive the interest. One thing como out j rominently, as the views of the business men p-seinblcd in the body, which was this: that t 10 main reason why our ocean carrying trade 1- :s declined, is simply because it is not profit :,le compared with other lines of investment 4cn to capital. It was shown that under the impetus given to the business of ocean freight carriage in Englaud by Government subsidies, lender guise of payment for carrying the mails, more tonnage had been Janchcd by the Jiriti.-ih nlone than was necessary for the accommoda tion of the entire international traffic of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

ft i. 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY. News from the Department The Oliio Encampment Toledo, O., Jan. 31, 1835. Commander-in-Chief Kountz, Adj't-Gen. Al corn, Judge-Advocate Gen. Austin, with Com rades IL H. Cochrane and P. 11. Dowling, Aids-dc-Camp, attended the Ohio Encampment, G.A.li., at Akron, the sessions closing yester day. The special train over the Wheeling and Lake Eric, under the direct management of Comrade J. 31. Hall, General Passenger Agent and Aid to the Commander-in-Chief, bore the entire Northwestern Ohio delegation to and from the "Encampment, and an enthusiastic delegation it was. Delegates to the Woman's Eelicf Corps Convention were also of the party, and all express themselves as under renewed obligation to Comrado'Ifall, whose fraternal courtesies arc perpetual. The Encampment was a notable one, among prominent participants present being General Grosvcnor, Congressman-elect and member of the Grand Army Pensi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. . : ' r r.f: ; : .'' ' ' 4-: LOYALWOMP'SWORK Household Hints Conversation Club. Experience Meeting. fbee school sYiirosrux. The Editor steps asido this week to let tho bright and thoughtful young people of The Tbibuxe family havo a better chauce to ex press themselves only putting in a word now and then to see that tho Conversation Club is giving good attention, and that there is not too much whispering going on in tho corner. It is certainly a pleasure for the fathers and mothers totake their turn in listening to such words of wisdom from those who in themselves nro practical proof of tho value of our American free schools in developing character and ma turing opinions. We will let "Louise," a Penn sylvania veteran's daughter, open the discus sion, after which a few comments from others will follow: Dear. Coitversatio:; Ci.ub : I think In compar ing the diflerent nations no one can fail to fcee the great advantage...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

$ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ). 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tins News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. 'The latest advices from the seat of war in thc-Soudan state that Geu. Earle has advanced his troops within seven miles of Eirti. A de serter from the enemy's ranks says the com mander at Birti has received a letter from the 32mir of Berber, saying that the British Jiave raptured Metemneh and sout steamers to Khar toum with troops and stores for the garrisou there. The Emir strongly advised tho com mandcr at Birti to not oppose Gen. Earlc's ad vance, as tho British were sending troops across the desert from Koroslto to Abu llamed to sup press the rebels. The letter also reported the names of the sheiks killed at the battle at Abu Klca wells, and said that a rumor was current that Uussein Pasha Khalifa had died in the JIahdi's camp. The deserter recently left Ber ber, where, he says, there are 2'J survivors of the massacre of Col. Stewart's party, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

f i'1-1' j .. C- "r -"" V Tj"- Jtomral Hk "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885. 17 NO. 27.-TVH0LE NO. 183. JS ' "' iiii. wLmm ,iC3BBIfeBBMBs"KB!ter KvbR 4 1 B T9. .: -rj PEGRJIM'S.-. pi Showy Demonstrations and Very Hard Fighting. GILMORE'S INDECISION. The Men Demand to be Led to Battle. EEBELS TURNED BACK Colonel Scott's Column Chased to the Cumberland. FIGHT AT DUTTON'S ELTLL. BY BLUECOAT. IL Coincident with Pegram's bold advance epon Danville and Carter's retreat across the Kentucky was the appearance of a portion of Scott's co-operating forces in the vicinity of Big Hill. Near the latter place a detach ment of the 10th Ky. Cav. had a sharp en gagement with Scott's rebels on the 25th (March), and finding themselves greatly outnumbered and no relief at hand, with drew to the north of Richmond, on the Lexington turnpike, thus leaving the whole territory south of the Ke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

THE -YATIOXAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1835. rcsnlt of the disability for which the pension was grauted. . As to the shriukaue of the Pension List by the .inroads of mortality, the fact remains, as Mr. Smaller has admitted, that very many disabled soldiers have had more than an aver age lease of life granted them whatever to the contrary the economic desires of some might lead them to conclude. Most of the men at the time of enlistment were young and vigorous, and, despite the disabilities incurred, had still a large amount, of vitality spared them when they left the arssy not, perhaps, to toil for subsistence, hut simply to live upon the pension paid them for past service and con tingent conditions. And thus their lives, though restricted in activities and enjoyments, have actual!- been prolonged by the fortunes of war. Another and a vi:nv SAD TACT is that soldiers who were not of the vigorous type generally died from even slighter injuries or diseases tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

Tf' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1885. -. ,,-"': &' FIGHTING THEflJ OVER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. LIBBY PRISON. - A riclurc or Life There by an Ex-Inmate. To thk Editgu: If the render of these sketches will go back in his imagination to the Summer of 1SG3 and get oil" the cars that have arrived in Richmond from Staunton, Va., with a batch of prisoners, early one morning, in a furious rain storm, and take his place in line by my side, and at the word " move on " from our guards, march through the dirty streets of the city for some time, he will find himself on Carey street, in front of a large brick warehouse, filling the square from Twenty-first to Twenty-second street, with the canal and James Itiver immediately behind it. Here the command to halt is given. Wc face about and cast our eyes up at the sign over the pavement and read, " Libby & Sous, Ship Chandlers and Grocers." .Now look up at the windows on these...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

r i. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885. The National Tbjbdm (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snvariably in Advance. Blx months, To cents. No subscription for a lets period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCE3IENT. HONEY sail us, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft vn New 2'orl:, trill be at the ritk of the sender. AGENTS. Be employ no agents. THE NATIOSAI. fTnincXK has many volunteer canvassers, and Uicy kxrc generally hones! and faithful; but jtcrsons who confide their subscriptions to them must be their otcn fudges of their responsibility. The paper tsiU be bent only on rceeil fftkcsitbfcriplionrice. ADDRESSES', RENEWAL'S. E!e. Addresses tcill he cJiangcd as often as disired, but each subscriber tJiouldin ever ease triec thcoldas well as new address. Jn renewing, subscribers shoidd I careful losaid us the label on the last pa-cr rcccic&i, and sjKcify any cor rection or cltangcs they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

H" t-jg-; " THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, ID. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885. - "" ' WASHINGTON GOSSIP, She Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. CABINET MAKING. PkUmors sufficiently n-ell-authcaticatcd to bo v-rth repeating are That Hou. Wm. II. Barouiu, Chairman of Vr National Democratic Committee, is very t.. dous for a place, and his friends are work s' ' hard to gratify his desires. 'hat Gov. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, has j,. . boon offered a place. '. hat the only man, so far, ho has really 1 n offered a pface is Senator Bayard. .That Senator Lamar says he will not accept i 'ace for several reasons, one being that he is hu porting Ir. Honey, of Mississippi, for the j.'.tceof Postmaster-General. That Hon. DaniclMaiminghasaoodchanco oi being Sccretarv of the Treasury. That in all probability Mr. Cleveland will xiot determine upon his appointments until ufter he arrives in Washington. That Senator Garland, of Arkansas, lias been Selected for .Attorney-General. That...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

!FltylgSW-VK& 'JTSSfS.- :r-3p??i!,i!W'' "-,-..?'?'?rKssiSKi'f y"T??a'S!? f ""' T-i j;-' jftf-:"r-3s 6; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885. THE- GRAND ARMY, Growth of the Order-Affairs at Headquarters-Post Elections. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Toledo, O., Feb. G, 1SS5. The Camp-fire hold by Forsyth Post, Wed nesday evening, in honor of a visit from Com rade Frank Urowuell, the avenger of Col. Ellsworth, and now of the United States Pen sion. Service, was the event of the week in Grand Army circles. It was a regular soldier gathering, with songs and speeches over the baked beans and coffee. The evening opened auspiciously by the pre sentation to Commander Corlett, of Forsyth Post, by the Cominandcr-in-Chief, of a gavel, brought by him from Richmond, and made from a beam of Lib'jy Prison, in which young For syth was shot by a guard while looking out of the window. It was tendered in eloquent and touching words, in behalf of Comrade J. C. Cook, of Richm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

'-&iSymif&riFgttnp&l$&ir trfV?"" --w,j3Kijj-yA i"v3t-!isjT!j.'-?- Tviiag && '" -?-r- jeym.'fgmppf "ZXT-r 'V . THE NATIONAL TB.IBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1SS5. ". . J-r-'5' LOYALWOMP'SWORK - . -1 - Some Suggestions as to Making a Pleasant Home. nousnnoLD nixrs. A unique and attractive holder for umbrellas nnd canes, jwrticnlerly usoful in a cottage house, where the halls are small, as it can be Lung in the corner behind the door, is made of bamboo or other firm hollow wood. Secure a piece four or five feet long, and along the length saw V-shaped openings, some five or six inches apart, leaving a foot or more at the top without. A vine with bright leave.-: and flow ers can be painted at the top and a couple of holes bored, in which is rnn a ribbon or cord. Suspend the bamboo and placet ho umbrellas or canes in the V. Those who live where Japanese wares arc sold can secure them at small cost An authority on house furnishing and decoration gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 February 1885

, e a-m.H'g -- .5W-. sSKiste''n- -Jsri-' "X" s-r: --- '-zstiaj. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885. 8 ye?y.y ggTrf'it-jiitf . t'Airygr'Tsg r y NEWS OF THE WEEK, m Tlie News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. Turkey demands the -withdrawal of the Ital ian troops from the Eod Sea. The Prince of Wales had a narrow escape in a railway col lision while on his way from Paris to Cannes. The commander of the Dominion forces in his reportto the Government urges thcstrcnj;th ening of Victoria, B. C, as a measure of safety in case England should become involved in war with other nations. A dispatch from Gib raltar says that the vicar-general of that dio cese has been murdered. The details of the assassination are not given further lhan the 6talcmcnt that a butcher, supposed to be insane, attacked the priest in the sacristy of the Cu tliedral and stabbed him to death. The mar riage of the Prince of Colonna and Miss Eva Mackay, the daughter of the bonanza king...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

j '-V- S'S i -tT - I , f'-T---f''f '-fV''Sr1 '"" jXirtwttai Etttmtm - fc. vt -.fti--5 -sv--- ..A3 ' " ' - - JUif J - S--C-ti' "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885. VOL. IV-ffO. 28.-WHOLE NO. 184 iPSIISKSSf??- ' ---w,-sr' ry-7, - r- fll a j ' - WFX Z jrX I c -?r" fc T l'ritf' Jfc"Si - -J ffiB J t FhrfwBBO3fcJfc''yfc 4 THE MI DAYS. The Oldest -Military Organization on the Continent. THE PRIDE 03? BOSTON. Ancient and Honorable Artil lery of Massachusetts. THE- CRADLE OF LIBERTY. A Company that Has' Paraded for 250 Years. BY CRN. GKORGE . MEURILL. We are not accustomed to look npon the stern Puritans of Massachusetts Colony of 250 years ago as fighting men, hut, despite their peaceful and religious ideas, they well understood the necessity for means of war like defense, and in the earliest, years, in " the good old Colony days when we lived under a King,5 made ample provisi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

r "SS!Jv" -""-VjSSB-"? r;T-'ff?J?i-'T'W ' "JS?'r-r'A-vys:i"js'f-- j;--, ; v v - - -- ijcl T-S- - ---rs-.r- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 0. 0.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885. if ... l: : Scolt's terrible charge swept clown upon Garrard. He dismounted every man, tied the reins together, formed his line and placed himself in their front " Boys, we'll savj: those hoicks, or lose more with them!" was his brave resolution as ho urged his men forward. As they emerged from the thick brush upon Scott's flank, every man in that little band of GO multiplied himself by 10, and sprang forward like a tijrer. The rebels in turn were completely surprised. They -were prone, however, to fight all comers lor pos session of their prize of more thau 1,000 horses, saddles, blankets and overcoats. They charged furiously ujiou Langstou's men in the brush, but the Union boys met them with a galling fire. from behind trees and from their bushy coverts, causing them to stagger hack each time in confusion. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

vrf""wa' "kj-5; "EHa-"rO y'!ag'-atgtwtaypW'7ytytw' - 1? ''M- -rr ..' ''S' " 'r'"v " f3K?-'J&' M""T73EBi" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY,' FEBRUARY. 19, 1885. 95W!5!?'5!!tMl FIGHTING THEft) OYER, ;What Our 'Veterans Have lo Say About Their Old Campions. SHILOH. Tli March to tlic- Field ami llic First Day's Flslit. "! -To Tin: Editok: The late article on the battle of Sliiloh. in the February number of the Gent toy, written by our great chieftain. Gen. Grant, lias been lonsr awaited, and probably will evoke more criticism than any other act of that great man's life and history. The press of otir various Western cities is already teem ing with statements and articles, both contra dictory and otherwise, of his report of that memorable action; so much so that the writer of this communication is induced to record his recollections as a private, both in the forced inarch to Savannah and our arrival on Sunday afternoon at Shiloh. The writerTal4hat time was a -private ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

,, -fley"r-"r- "wjr- , i -- .-- ,-.- -T'"" "-f -.- ' Ji ''fH.JI'fr'.lwvf iiW ,3 VT -" if ".' y 1 The National Tribune. ' (ESTAOLISHED 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 2n'ari;ibly in Advance. lx months, 7." cents. No subscription for a le.-s period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 3I0XEY sent us, othrrtcise than by registered Utter, yoslal notes, potal money order, or dral on Acic York, trill be al the risk of the sender. AGEXTS.IVc cmitto; no agenU. Tnn National TitirarNn lias many volunteer canrasscrs, and they irc generally hone-1 and faithful; but persons who confide their subventions to than must be their otcn judges of their responsibility. The paper will be tent only on rccet ) of the subscription price ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Jute Addresses trill be changed as often as desired, but each subscriber diouldin every cure sice thcoUlas well as uctc address. Jn renewing, subscribers sliotdd be careful tosend us the lahel on the last paper received, and specify any cor rect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

S&&&g -S3WJ-"";VJ " r2tH5?..-3 ra- ---x" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: AY ASHINGTON?T D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885; WASHINGTON GOSSIP, ' . .TJie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. CANVASSING TIIE VOTE. At Inst it may fairly bo said that tbc electioh is over. On Wednesday of last week the wo houses of Congress in joint session performed the final act of our somewhat intricate and cumbrous way of choosing a Chief Magistrate. They canvassed the electoral votes of the various States, and the result 2L9 for Grovcr Cleveland and Thomus A. Hendricks, for President and Vice President respectively, and 1S2 for James G. JHainc and John A. Logan was duly pro claimed. This was hardly in the nature of news, for the fmures have been printed 10,000 times during the past three months, and are 3cnown and read by all men. These have been cold and weary mouths for Republicans. If any member of that party has been comforted by "the hope that when the returns came to bo opened it wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

"; !a,-S-fcjir,---jar" ' vt- -iji?irtf. ?PJC-i".--3i5'' "s?Tt1rvl?v '-? ' tM-s-.'P-'WX . ,'Vn'v; si - w ' f"u3 ' i""8 vrj -"VVS? tsr,''- ;?'ifs,w' "s5" - .-? 'J JP Mi z9F"r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885. 6 -T rf " THE GRAND ARMY. Installations The Tireless Commander-in-Chief. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Tolkdo, O., Feb. 13. 1SS5. Every old soldier will recall the words of the old contraband soiijr : Never mind de weather. But pet over double trouble, 'Case we're bound forde happy Ian' of Canaan. It seems to be in just such spirit as this that Commander-in-Chief Kountz entered upon the duties of his administration, and is keeping every appointment that will conserve the in terests of the G.A.K., bad weather, double trouble and all. Tuesday last, the coldest day of the prolonged cold season, found him on his way to Saginaw to attend tho Michigan Encampment, a place having been assigned him that evening on tho Camp-fire program. The thermometer, which m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

- ,ja -- - jjrctr-rt -i--cr , r-9J' r0ZT-Kmrc:-'-KU5X-" -jnr vWaemFT&a&:$i' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885. 7 - r v?-- 3 ecp- t - ' 1 v. ' -. iOYALWOMP'SWORK Ilinis on Elipct The Home Con- rcrsation Club. A correspondent asks the following: '"When a gentleman calls on a lady, should she Biccompnnv him Jo ihe door in leaving, niul would it be proper to ask him to call ajrain? Myrtle. First, let Myrtle remember that ctiquct is founded on common sense, and that good taste and good judgment constitute the essence of true politeness. An absolute yes or no would Hot decide the question proposed in any case. 3n a city, where there is a servant to answer the door and usher in arriving guestsand speed their departure, it would be a great breach of propriety for a young lady to follow a gentle man (unless occupying the nearest and dearest relations to her) to her door. She should receive him inside the parlor or drawing-room, and his adieus should...

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