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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

' -y 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON )D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1833. .) -J 5$ National Tribune, (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xcar, Invariably in Adance. lx mouths, 75 cents. No subscription, for a less period received. SPECIAL AXXOUKCEXEXT. 2IOXEY sent tw, othcrrcise titan by rtgistcred Idler, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Sew York, will be at the risk of the tender. AGENTS. Wc ennrfoy no agents. Tnn Xatioxai. Teibusi: 7ms many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to ihanmust be their oicn judges of their responsibility. The paper will be senl only on receipt vfUic subscription price ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses tcill be changed a, often as dcr.rcd, but cacli subscriber shouldin every case give ihcoldastccll as nco address. Jn renctcing, subscribers should becarcftd tosend us the label on tlic last paper received, and specify any cor rections or cliangcs they d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

: T ' ' J- i. ' '-""' - '" j-r"-S' ,-V-r,'jr'J " ? "yy-jgw yv ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON!' D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. ..,. - ' -S- washing gossip, Hio Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. WAR TO TUB JvNIPK. " Gentlemen may cry Peace I ' ' Peace ! ' but there is to be no peace" between Girlislc and Randall, until one of those- great chieftains of the Democracy lays his riv.il in his political grave. Which will overcome the other is now the most exciting question wh'eh throbs in the Democratic mind. Beside this, Cleveland's policy is of secondary importance, and the fill ing of the great olliccs in the eift of the Presi dent a mere trifle. Messrs. Bayard, Lamar, Garland, Pendleton, Thuriuan, McDonald, and all that cla&s of gentlemen, are merely the orna ments on the great Democratic machine, while Carlisle and Bandall represent the active, driv ing forces of the party It could lose every man now in place and "likely to be put in place bvJIr. Cleveland witho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

6 THE GRAND ARMY. News from the Departments Camp fires, etc. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Commander-in-Chief at San Francisco and Santa Jiosa A aiap-nificent ltadgo. Toledo, O., April 21, 1SS5. On Friday of last week the Commaudcr-in-Cliief reached San Francisco, where ho was accorded a more than royal welcome. Most extensive preparations had been made for his coniiug, and the reception committee went as far as Port Costa to meet him and the Judge Advocate-General. The committee was composed of B. IT. "War field, Department Commander; II. C. Dibble, Junior Vice-Department Commander; B. 11. Orton, Assistant Quartermaster-General ; S. E. Daniels, Judge Advocate; G. M. Pease, Sur-fieon-Gcneral ; Waller II. Holmes, Department II. Goodman, Delcgatc-at-Large to National En campment; G. W. Watts, Commander, Thomas Post; J. Hollywood, Commander, Lyon Post; Senior Vice-Commander T. Jl. Martin, Appo mattox Post; Department Council of Admin istration Geo. C. Harris and A. Hollywood ; Coairades J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

-. - - - -- ,v - r,t,'-A-i4 ;'?' ("-""iSM-- V- w,, VJ&f (Cr J 'VA-'f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. 1 LOYALWOMP'SWORK fashions Conversation Club Brain Backers, etc. an album QUILT. Ono of onr friends writes us to know how to xnako an album quilt. Now, of course, there, are many ways, but ono wo recently saw was made of triangular pieces of pink calico and wnito muslin, as follows : Take a piece of paper and cut a piece two inches square, fold diagon ally and cut along the crease. Then take one piece for the pink and tho other for the white. Sew together in strips two yards and a quarter long. Join tho pieces and quilt in tho usual way. On every white piece should bo written, before joining, the name of tho friend, in indel ible ink. The quilt when finished is very hand some, the names looking like Japanese figures. A benevolent society, or a Belief Corps, can add very easily to the money in their treasury by making a quilt of this kind, chargi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

ai V ,.,1 a"-x, 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, - The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. The trouble between France and Egypt in regard to the suppression of tho Jiosphore-Egyptian is beginning to assume serious dimensions. The matter was referred to the Porte, which has approved the action of the Egyptian au thorities. It is rumored that France will send a fleet to Alexandria to demand reparation. 31. Barrere, the French charge d'affaires at Cairo, has been instiurted by his Government to sus pend all official relations with Egypt. A terrible volcanic eruption occurred last week at Passarvean, a province in the cast end of the Island of Java. The Smerow mountain, the largest and most active volcano in the Isl and, burst into a state of eruption. A large coffee plantation was destroyed, and it was first reported that a large number of lives had been lost, but later reports state that the only loss was to property- The tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

35pppf '-'-"' .r -tp-i i. -r tv"v - ?m?-i $& i v i Ifettmral Unbmtt "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTU, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. .O ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 33.-WIIOLE NO. 19&,- AT THE WHITE HOUSE. The. Way the President Lives and Works. BUSY DAILY ROUTINE. An Average of 17 Well-Filled. Hours. THE HOUSEHOLD STAEE. The Accomplished Mistress of the Mansion. Presidents of the United States are not essentially different fiom the rest of man kind. It is true of all men -whose resound tn titles convey an impression of dignity and greatness, that -when you get close to them you fiud that they are just like other mortals. They eat, drink, and sleep as we do ; they are subject to the same weaknesses; they have their friends and their enemies generally plenty of hoth. Outside the rou tine of official duties, the current of their daily life flows on in a. placid sort of way, with no startling features to stamp them a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

'V -; "-! . Si- -w " - - VS- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. Srsf' -7urzr from the Green Mountains, who are to fight their first battle, is lying in rear of the Ceme tery. Going south, crossing the Taneytown road, I come to Ziegler's Grove, where Holy inson's Division of the First Corps has been keeping watch through the night, but is just retiring to the rear of the Cemetery. The Second Corps, under Hancock, is taking its place, extending the line toward Little Bound Top. Gen. Meade's headquarters are in n small house in rear of the ridge the house of Mrs. Leister. Gens. Slocum, Howard, Hancock and Sykes corps commanders are there in consultation. Sickles is with his corps, the Third. Gen. Mende wonders that Lee has not begun an attack, and concludes that the Confederate army is not yet concentrated. Ho has thought of taking the offensive with the Twelfth Corps, but Gen. Warren, of tho Engineers, has examined the ground, and does not think it advisab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

",'S 3--str2T-' ' T ZZ-I. -RijS!' g - ' ft,l-5f5f "?vTT7 - iT - f 7; lPV?SJS4 - Sfa, v" :V;wl'S3v IPlsiili fSne-i'P-'' t3Sg?i- 'irS- $- -T-V ,-V -sr- ' ?'-? TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. IT 3 :. -f"v.; FIGHTING THERJ OVER. 'What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. GETTYSBURG AGAIN. Comrade Dcalc Heturns to the Charge. To the Editor: On Feb. 26' I quoted, for the benefit of Mr. Barlow, sundry statements made by Gen. Howard. In your issue of April 23 Mr. Barlow seems to have a vague impres sion that Jsaid these things. If thisobtuocucss on his part is feigned, it is waste of time trying to conviuco him ; if it is real, Goethe's line, "Treat a fool like a fool, and you give him his due," 13 a suggestivo answer. I rest the case on the statements of Gen. Howard asquoted by moon Feb. 26 ; it is for How ard not I to explain them. Mr. Barlow is not complimentary to "our brave Howard" when he styles these- quotations "vapory ground.". If ho d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

SP 3 --V- , v5 --i . ' BjVt t '- -"-.-.. - - -- I-et f?$9 "" iS5 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON,' D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly. One Dollar per Year, Xnvariauly In Advance. $ix mouths, 75 cents. Ko subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ASXOUXOEJIKST. MONET scut t, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal moncjs order, or drajl on New Tork, tritf Jc at the risk of the sender. AGENTS. Wc employ no agents. THE NATHOTAI. JTnnnJJa: has man volunteer canvassers, and they ore generally honest and. faifltful ; but persona uho confide their sulfcriptions to them mtist be their own pudges of their respnnsibility. Thcpapcr icitt be tent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses trill ie changed as often as desired, but axeh subscriber thouldin crerycoscgive (hcddastcell as n&c address. In rencwing,ubseribcrs should becareful torend us tha label on the lat.t paper re...

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

. - afi JA &! ?L'i5i.5' r-'ViK. wv,? Y- 4 ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. RS55!W555TLr,'-' - -r- v-w -&" WASHINGTON. GOSSIP, The Week's Doings at (he Na tional Capital. A TOttKLT ASir.niCAK OPERA. Washington people have been vastly enter tained during the past week by the production fit Ford's Theater of a very bright and fnnny littlo opera, called "Tho Debutante; or, the So cial Ladder." It is the production of two yonng men of the city Messrs. Albert T. Kiddle, who wrote the libretto, and Hubbard T. Smith, who composed the music, and deals in a breezy, mirthful way with that mysterious thins kuown as " Washington society." It is bonnd to have a groat run through the country, for it lias fun and sjKirltlc enough in it for two operas, and it is as full of telling hits as a good Christ mas p'udding is of plums. Even captious critics blase and distrustful as their cl.is are habitu ally of new literary ventures admit that its Signal merit promi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

.-. - -,- W&'" 'J p ZJ&'J'" -iv.-"is-s-'feJ$4a-' 'fgWteTgSS'' 3- ".-; THE -GRAND ARMY, The Departments Camp-fires Mus ters, etc. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Tho Commander-in-Chief and Judge Advo cate Still on Their Travel. Toi-edo, O., May 1, 1SS5. Comniander-in-Giief Kountz and Judge Ad-Yocate-Gyxieral Austin, with their escort tif members of the Grand Army of the Kopuhlic, returned to San Francibco on the 21th from Sacramento. While in Sacramento the visitors v'erc presented to Gov. Stonemau ami the other State officers, and afterwards inspected the various departments oi me capital Muiming. The extensive and valuable art gallery of Mrs. E. D. Crocker was visited, and great enjoyment was afforded the guests by us inspeclion. Sum ner and Warren Posts gave the Commandcr-in-Chiefand his escort a most welcome reception while in the capital, and were seconded by the Woman's KcJief Corps and Indies residing iu Sacramento, who called on Gvu. Kouutz aud paid their respocts. After the a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

ViMiM? &-Giglggng"' "&- SAf-.f&i-i i-rf ..- -f J"!- tVA, - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 1885. . rii)t LOYALWOMJJN'SWORK Tlie Household Conversation Club Curious Corner. A POSTAL ALBUM. At last a member of Tun Tribune family and a Queer oue at that comes forward and gives a plain, practical way of writing tho cards for aPostal Allium. This is tho form most pro ferred, on the reverse sido of tho card : " autograph exchange. Verse or Sentiment. Date . Bcsidcnce. All thoso who are preparing Postal Albums, "or who are forwarding cards in responso to re quests, will do well to follow this neat and pretty style. The Bender of this form is Phil Queer, Box t30, Shenandoah, Iowa, who will ox change cards with Tribune readers from Maine to Texas and from Florida to Manitoba. DOMESTIC RECIPES. Grade Gardinicr's Ti-a Cake. One egg-, one table spoonful of butter, one cupful of white Migar beaten to a crcatn; one cupful of cold water, two tcaspoonfuls of baking...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 May 1885

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1385. NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABKOAD. United States Minister Lovrell will nnvail the bust of Samuel Taylor Colcridgo in West minster Abbey on May 7. A dispatch from Shanghai 6talcs that tho Chincso Generals in the Tonquin District havo refused to evacuate or retire from the positions recently captured by them, and serious troublo is feared in car rying out the provisions of tho recent treaty of peace, which provides for the evacuation of that Province by tho Chinese forces. Dr. Koch, the famous cholera expert, haslccu appointed a professor in tho University of Berlin. The Jiostilo Arabs arc again becoming troublesome to the British. Scouting parties of these A rabs now make constant attempts to destroy tho sections of the Suakim-Beiber Railway already constructed, and they cut tho telegraph lines wherever they can. Every night now El jlahdi's men lire upon and into tho British forts. A cable ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

ilipte Hatixmai ,1fe lmKs- I CtWi ''"- yWSSS?''! j- .-., r- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1885. VOL IV-NO. 40.-WH0LE NO. 196.1 ESTABLISHED 1377.-NEW SERIES. ..,rrii:aaiEPHEigggs&is::3aHt . a ibh s. n 0 vf In ' o AifY OF THE POTOMAC. ft Holds in Baltimore its 16tli Annual Reunion. A GRAND GOOD TIME. The City Overflows 'With Affec tion and Hospitality. 3SVERYBODY DELIGHTED. Kan Francisco the Place for the Reunion of 1SS6. Baltimore, the bright-crowned Queen of the Chesapeake; Baltimore, the historic; Balti more, around whose feet have dashed the bil lows of three great wars; Baltimore, in which lias shed the first blood of the rebellion ; Balti Eore, famed in song and story for beautiful onicn and courtly, courageous men, put on icr festal robes and brightest smile to welcome to her hospitality the war-worn veterans of tho Army of the Potomac for their lGth annual Eiuuion. For months she had been pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflGON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. officers were deprived of their comninml or sent to serve in other tinuics, ia order lo Brainy the malipnilv of some favored politieiaiij These matters are a part of the history of this period, and fchow the embarrassment: Unit attended and impeded the progress of our army uii it-unarcli to final success. As u consequence of tin- failure to Etrikc n decisive blow nt this time there followed the disastrous, defeat at Fredericksburg and Cliun--ccllorsvillc. and consequent lo3- of credit and ie prcssion of spirit of the people. Again the Con federates cssavctl lo invade Northern soiL and dark ness like a pall rested over the land. itshuiutnu wns again beleaguered, and the patriotic of :UI parties hastened to save the Capital and repel the invaders. . , , , , The battle of Gellvsburpj settled that particular campaign and broke the backbone of the rebellion. After that defeat of the South, it was lighting against hope, but s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. i) HGpNG THEipVER a What Our Veterans Ilave to Say About Their Old Campaigns. CRUTCHFIELD'S WATCH. Who Took the Watch from IHs Body After tlio Fight at Sailor's Creek! To the Editor: On the afternoon of the 6th of April, 1SG5, we camo up with the rear of Leo's army at tho crossing of Sailor's Creek, a tributary of tho Apponuttos. From tho time we had charged and carried the enemy's line of works in front of Petersburg at daylight on the 2d of April we had been on a keen jump. The troops were tired and exhausted. Tho roads were in a horrible condition, the mud knee deep, and constantly being made worso by tho artillery aud heavily loaded ammunition and Bupplv trains. The Confederate army was in a worse condi tion than ourselves, for, in addition to a scanty supply of rations, they were retreating before a victorious army, which is demoralizing to any troops. They were sorely "pressed. While the Sixth Corps, to which I be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGffQN, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. The National Tribune. (Established 187.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snvariably in Advance. Eix months, 75 cents. No subscription for n less period received. SPECIAL AXOU"CKME'T. HOXEV sent us, othencise than by registered letter, postal notes, potted money order, or draft on Xcic York, trill be at the risl. of tiic sender. AGEXTS. He anploy no agents. Tiie National Tcinuxi: has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally honest and faiUtful ; but persons who confide their subscriyAians to than must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent onfy on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses trill be clianged as often as desired, but cacti subscriber should in every case give Ihcoldasicdl as ncc address. In renetcing, subscribers should bccnrcfnl to send us the label on the last jmpcr rcceiicd, and rpecify any cor rections or cJiangcs they desire ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

THE .NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 'D. 0., THURSDAY," MAT 11, 1885. .WJJSHINffTOM GOSSIP, .TJie TOs Doings at llie Na tional Capital. JXTEBAKS' EIGHTS AX IMPORTANT INTER VIEW WITH THE PRESIDENT. A tlelcgr.tion, consisting of Gen. II. "V. SIo enm. Gen. Jaraes B. Coit, of Connecticut; Maj. H. L. Cranford, of Washington :v committee from the Society of the Army of the Potomac; Ira. M. Hedges. Past Department Commander G.A.R. of Ken York; Paul Van DerVoort, Past Commander-in-Chief of the G.A.IL.; Maj. F. W. Haskell, Watcrvillc. Me., and Oomrado Jos. W. Kav, of Brooklyn, who represented the Grand Army of the Kcjmhlic Veterans' Rights Union, called upon the President last Friday. The President received the delegation Tory cordially, and Comrade Kay, who had heen se lected Chairman, explained the ohjecfc of the ohject of the visit as follows : " Mr. President, this is virtually a continuation of an interview with you by a committee or the Veterans' Eights Union which took place at the Fift...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. THE. GRAND ARMY. Camp-fires Installations General News. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Triumphant Tour of lite Commander-in-Chief Drauins to a Close. Toledo, O., May 8. 1S35. On the 27th ult. the Commander-in-Chief and Judge Advocate-General reached Tacoiiia.where they were met at the depot by Custer Post and theTaconia Guards in full uniform. A proces sion, composed as follows, was then formed to escort the visitors to Grand Auuy JIall: Grand Army liand. Guard:,, in uniform. Mcruocrs of Cuter Post, of Tncoinn, Member, of G. A. Thomas Post, ot Olynipin. Carriage conlaiiaiiR Gen. Kountz, Gen. tfpra;uc, and Post Commander Fred. T. Taylor. Carriage containin;: I. ii. Aublln. Judge Advocate- Gent-ral ; li. B. 1 utile, Kcpioentalive for Oregon in tho Xstiuunl Council of Administration, and Mr. W. B. lilackwell. Carriage containing: F. II. Lanib, Commander of the Department ot Oregon; oi. u. li. iaitKiu, M'aK Commander of the IX...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 May 1885

sr-T 3- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASH$(TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. ?7 LOYALWOMP'SWORK Slang Fashions The House hold, etc. NO MORE SLANG. Tho discussion on slang closes with this nnm Tier and The Tribune family may congratu late themselves that again the conclusion reached by the great majority is just and right. If has been well said that slang words arc tho weeds of language and arc invariably to bo avoided. The exception in this case proves the rule. There arc weeds which, "by cultivation, de velop into fine gulden flowers, but tho most of them, do what you may, are- weeds still. So it is with language. While words are iuvented to meet a want of some new discovery or im provement, or to express more tersely and forci bly some new idca,"and so in time pass iuto our dictionaries and become a part of standard Bpeech, yet these instances are very rare. Tho four years of a great and terrible war, when, if at any time, thc-thoughts of a Nation, kin dled to white heat, would havo ta...

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