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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. IT"-THE BABY, And How It Brought Love into Gloomy Household. The original of this translation, by Sire. Jiosalie Orlheiler, of Albany, K. Y.. is a prize story written for the "Wiener Allgrma'nc Zcilnng. There were seven humlied and iifty contributions handed in. and of UiCoO Alexander V. Koherts's "It" took the first prize, 300 florins. The judges were some of the most enlightened men of the German literature Bauernfeld, Laube, Gross, and several others. .Returning from a business trip, I entered my wife's boudoir, and found her kneeling before a low ehair, on which sat a boA--baby with large, round and wondering eyes. She got up and came rustling in her silken robe do chambre to meet me. She reached out her hand and greeted me not more heartily nor yet more formally than we were accus tomed to greet each other in those days. "There it is," said my wife, pointing to the child. "What?" asked 1; but she stooped d...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE 3StATI0jStAL TRIBUNE: WASHIMGTOrT, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. ' w GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. A Week of Soldiers7 Reunions North and "West. "OLD TECUMSEH'S" SPEECH Our Haversack Replenished "With. Fresh. Rations. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Topeka, Kas., Sept 15. The great Kcunion which took place hero tlie last three days was without exception tho biggest thing of the kind that ever occurred in Kansas or perhaps iu tho West. Tho accommodations were suffi cient for 22,000 veterans and the committee did everything in their power to mako the boys comfortable. Everything worked well and it was a success beyond tho most sanguine expectations. Tho morning gun was fired at sunrise on the first day and the forenoon was devoted to the reception of veterans, assign ment to quarters, &c. Tho command was then formally turned over to Commander C. W. Blair in tho pavilion. After the sunset gun a grand camp-firo took placo when ad dresses were made by prominent speakers and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1S82. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) to carc fob him who has dohnc the oattle, and tor his oow ano 0tphan."-abbahah llnooln. "Xmc valmxty of thc public ocbt of the United Stat, authowieo by law, including debts incurred ron PAVVtNT OF FCfcSIOHS AND COUhTlC6 FOR WHVICES IN SUP- ntcsmwi iKBUBiirri or rcbcllion, shall not bc ques--noaco." Sec. a, Art. XIV, Constitution of the Uhited States. " i conhotr it the ablest paper devoted to the inter est of thccolwcr pubtlthcd in the country. i eannestly COMttCMO IT TO ALL COfftADCS OF THE ORDER." Paul VanDcrvoort, Ccumanucr-im-Chief, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. 3TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariadly cash in advance. Money forwarded otherwise than by regis tered LETTER, TO6TAL MONEY ORDER, OR DRAIT'ON NEW York, will bc at the risk cr the sender, as also all 6U3SCWPTION6 PAID TO AGENTS. "RENEWALS. Subscribers cam always ascertain the date whcn their 6Ubs:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NATIONAL' TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. v V FOLGER NOMINATED. The Bailie at Saratoga Over the Governorship of New York. BEN. BUTLER'S CANDIDACY dominations for Congress. Political Notes. Special Dispatch to The National Tribune. Saratoga, Sept. 20. The Republican State convention met here at half-past eleven o'clock this morning. The first question was on the election of a temporary chairman and tho contest resulted in a victory for tie administration candidate. ex-Senator E. M. Madden, who had been agreed upon at tho meeting of the State committee early in tho day. Tho roll-call showed 251 votes for Madden and 213 votes for Pitts, or a majority of eight for tho former. It was evi dent from this vote, which was essentially a test of tho sonso of tho convention, that tho Wadsworth and Cornell men had pooled their issues in order to defeat tho administration candidate, but they wcro outnumbered by tho administration delegates! Sonator Madden was escorte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

6 THE ISTATIOtfAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. x FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. In former ages it was considered neces sary to allow land to rest at least one year out of seven for the purpose of recuperation. But as lauds in anything like good condi tion would, if left undisturbed, soon become a mass of weeds, the seeding of which would furnish crops of weexls to all the adjoining lands, the plowing of the ground became a matter of necessity, so that these fallow lands, as they were called, were frequently turned over during their resting term, aud, in consequence, gave good crops when again pown. But their improved condition was not owing to rest : rather the reverse ; the frequent plowings turned over new surfaces io be more directly acted upon by the atmos phere, which caused more rapid and search ing decomposition than could have taken place if the laud had not been disturbed. When land is not cropped it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1382. M vf OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What They Have to Say About Pension and Military Mailers. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Small-Shot "but Plenty pf it from the Boys. A ETKOKG n,EA FOR UNITY OF ACTION. To the Editor National Tnir.UNE: In a forinor communication I spoko of pen sioning all Union soldiers who wcro prisoners of war and served thrco months or more in Southern prisons. My reasons for so speaking are these: No man can find language expres sive enough to depict the horrors and misery that had to be endured in those prisons, and our Congressmen and Senators arc, I think, wholy uneducated in this matter, except as it is represented to them. But many comrades as well as mysolf can testify as to the afflic tions wo bore in thoso pens, and wo should speak up, even if it is in a rude and uncouth manner. As wo have representatives from Southern prisons in every section of the country we should try to mako our representatives i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. 1 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial. Commercial. Railroad, and Agricultural Development. 4 THE MONEY MARKET. Latest Reports from Leading -B'usiness Centres. The census Inircr.u has issued a bulletin classifying tlic population of the United States in IPSO by nativity. The nativo born were: Whites, ;k;,s;:;.2J11 ; colored, (j,0:;-2.510; forcign born, G,6?fi.!U:j; total population, 50,1",763. Of the foreign -born 2,772,109 were natives of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1.900.742 of tho German Empift, 717.034 of British America. 1!) 1,337 of Norway, 11,729 of Sweden, 100,971 of France, 101,511 of China, and tho remainder represent all the countries of the earth. The bulletin shows that -while in 1S30 tho total population of Virginia was 1,512,505. the total number of persons in the United States who were born in Virginia was 2,113,1 GO. Tennessee, total popu lation 1,512,:159; total number of Tcu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

3&-. & n r "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." l i -igi rV4 f r"f xfstu9t ux J ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW BMYE LITTLE RED CAR The Young Orderly of Monster Wirz at Andersonville. A LONELY WATCH. Little Bed Cap's Eirst Taste of Picket Duty. THE GUEERILLAS' LAIR. Perilous March Over the Mountains to Beverly. Continued from lasl week.' But to return to our lonely post in the bush. Darkness had set in and as soon as the Captain left us we made our arrangements for passing the night. The sergeant and one of my comrades "turned in" while another comrade and my self agreed to take tho first watch until twelve o'clock, when we were to bo relieved. I shall never forget that night. Tho silence was al most audible. We could hear nothing save tho occasional hooting of an owl, tho gentle mur mur of Seneca Creek, or the heavy breathing of our sleeping comrades. So far as wc knew, there was only ono Louso within a radius of several miles. The mountains towe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

r 2 THEptATIOjStA?. !TvIBpE:::WASniNaTOD. 0., THURSDAY; -SEPTEMBER 28, 1LSS2, r, i range, ami feeling sure they had but one round of ammunition with thorn, we paid no attention to their threats. No shots wero fired at us, but threats to shoot were repeated as long as we wero in hearing. "Although Avchad hurried considerably, we discovered Trippe was out of sight, and wo in ci cased our speed, as much to get a view of him as to gain on our pursuers. Wo had gone but a few yards after so doing before wo came to Trippe lying on the ground, near a largo crcvico or opening in a huge rock. Ho was completely exhausted, and unable to speak or make himself understood. We scarcely halted on reaching Tripie. as three or four of the con federates had gained the top of tho ridge north of the gorge, and were yelling at us to halt and surrender. They were not more than a hun dred yaids distant, but many loeks of Jingo proportions intervened botwecn thoin and our selves. Trippe at this moment motion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

. V GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. The Glorious Work that is Being Done in New York. VANDERVOORT'S ORDERS. Haversack Overflowing witli Fresh. Rations. Special Correspondence National Tribune. New York, Sept. 25. Tho Department of Sow York is in a most flourishing condition Commander Jas. S. Fraser having, on Saturday last, organized the thirty-sixth Tost since tho commencement of his administration in Feb ruary last. Assistant Adjutant-General Hop per informs your correspondent that Post 292 has just received its charter. It is tho inten tion of comrades to givo Department Com mander Fraser tho Grand Array cheer, "with fittings and trimmings," whenever ho an nounces the fact that Post 300 lias been organ i : !, Sfntn of New York. Considering tho activity at Department headquarters, on Broadway, not many weeks can elapso beforo that result will have been reached. Active work is progressing in the interior of tho State, where, during tho past month, like, for instance, at Jamestown, all tho now ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882. The National Tribune (Established 1877.) ' TO CABE TOR HtM WHO HAS OORNC THE BATTLE, AND rCfl HIS WIDOW AKO ORPHANS. " AORAHAK LltfCOtN. "THE VALIOtTY OF THE PUBLIC OEOT OF THE UNITED STATE8, AOTHOfttrEO Dr LAW, INCLUDING DEOTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF PCNKONS AND fOUHTICS FOR SERVICE IN tUP FRE86.NG INSUKRECTIOH OR REPTLUON, SHALL HOT BE QUES TIONED." SCC. 4, Art. XIV, Cokstitutiok of the United States. " I CONSIDER IT THE ABLEST PAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTER ests of the soldier published in the country. i earne8tly commend it to alt cotomcs of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CcanuNoat-tN-Cwer, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. JSSTERM5 OF SUBSCRIPTION Jmvawably cash in advance. Money roRWARoeo otherwise than by reois ttrco letter, postal money order, or draft on mcw York, wh.l be at the risk cf the sender, as also all 6i,C CRIPTIONS PAID TO AGENTS. I. RENEWALS. SUBCCRiOERS CAN ALWAYS ASCERTAIN THC DATE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

.'J ' 1X' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE :"' WASHINGTON, D. CL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882. . '" . REVISING THE TARIFF, An Exhaustive Review of the Work of the Commission. THE TESTIMONY TAKEN. "What the Character of its He port is Likely to he. A representative of The Natioxai. Tribuxe had the pleasure, the other day, of meeting a gentleman connected with the Tariff Commis sion, who is thoroughly posted concerning the work that it lias already accomplished and that -which still remains to bo done, and the following dialogue took place: "Now that you have completed your first tour of the country, what has been the general character of the testimony that has Leon heard before the commission?" "That is pretty difficult to answer. Wo have heard probably 2o0 or 300 persons, and I should say that a majority of them are in favor of leaving things as they are." "How many sittings had the commission?" "Well, we started at Long Branch, which we Eelcctcd as being convenient to the great com mercial ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

sei" ff- 3Wn$V.2P fA'SSXr" V 6 FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some" Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. t to Tho following briefs arc made from a sound, practical essay on wheat, which waa read by Joseph Allen Gano, Butler comity, Ohio, before the Agricultural Association of that county: "First, and the chief requirement, is the preparation of the seed-bed even tho fertility of thcsoil isnot more essential than this; there is no better soil for wheat than clay when well msuurod and drained, either naturally or artificially, but this drainage must bo had to secure a. crop. "Tho land should bo plowed the first half of .Tulv, and not later than tho middlo of August, as it'will thus have time to settle and beeomo eomraet, but it should h- thoroughly pulver ized by the harrow and voller; the soil should be closely compart, yet should bo finely pul verised ; whatever fertility there may bo in the soil, it will not be available if the seed-bed is not properly prepared. "Tiuioof seeding...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

rr THE 'NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1832. X OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. Sharp Crack's of the Galling All Along the Line. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Wliat Our Headers Have to Say A"b out Tlieir AiFairs. To the Editor National Tribune: Your postal received, and in reply would say I did not understand tho arrangement or Mould have responded earlier. However, it is not too late yet. You say if I am in favor of the bill to pension Union soldiers who vrcro prisoners of war, to send my subscription. Yes, I am in favor of it, heart and soul ; for if ever a sot of men deserved to be pensioned it is those who suffered the horrors of those Southern hells, and no ono knows any better what those horrors were than myself, as I en dured them from tho 20lh of April, 1SG1, until the 27th of February, 1SG5. I was confined in Andersouville, Ga., and Florence, S. C. Many of the 003-s who arc living will remember tho Plymouth pilgrims, of whom I was one, cap tured at Plymouth, N. C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 September 1882

I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882. OUR GROWING COUNTRY, lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. THE MONEY MARKET. Latest Beports from. Leading Business Centres. The Secretory of tlio Treasury issued the 117i2i call era tlio 23d, for the redeiuptioii of lwiulsoftue funded loan of 1SS1, continued at 31 porMjiit, from jlugiun 32, 1SS1, Tlio call is for $2o,fXX),000, and the principal and accrued interest v.'ill be paid at tho Treasury on the 23d dny of December licit, when interest will ccsc Tlio following aru the bonds included in this 'call : Registered bonds of the acts of July 14, 3S70, and .Tanua.vy 20, 1871, continued during the pleasure of 1"n& government under ihotorins of circular Io. 32, dated May 12lh, 1SS1, to bear interest :.!: the nito of three and oue-lialf per centum per annum from August 2,ltiD3, as follows: $."-0, No. K31 to No. 1,592, lx)fli inclusive; $100, No. 7,101 to Xo. 13,222, bth iuclusivo; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

Tfrw113 -rf --" 'jpv vft-y' - j. it, -fj - ,&t&&ty4'rt ' "f --'?? ESTABLISHED 1S77.-iSW BHAE LITTLE RED GAR The Young Orderly of Monster Wirz at Andersonville. SHOT IN COLD BLOOD "Wliat Befell a Scouting Expe dition jSTear Beverly. BED GAP A PHIS ONER He Gets His First Taste of Rebel Hospitality. Continued from last weffc. We remained in the neighborhood of Bev erly for quite two months, engaged for tho greater part of tho time in drilling. The Binggold cavalry, of Pennsylvania, were en camped at tho same place, and we organized and sent out a small scouting expedition, com posed partly of infantry and partly of cavalry, with ono piece of artillery. Tho expedition explored the country as far as Cheat Mountain, and then returned. On tho way hack, when within twelve miles of camp, and near a littlo town called Huttonvillc, the Ringgold cavalry were surprised by tho bushwhackers. Thoy had stopped at a small creek to water their horses, and were fired upon from beneath tho s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

f?i&ilr-3-i "'T?" "5?? ',w?3f&?W&P&? rx'asspe" 2 THE jStATIOjStxVL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER o, 1882. -ywa?"' C5J"r3i(jj-yrr!f?jB'--f' SOUTHERN PRISON LIFE. "Eigc LaIlco,' Cojifinucs the Story of His Captivity at Florence. Continual from last tree:. XIV. Dec 3d. It lias been generally understood in the army that the war will wind tip with the burning of Charleston, for there- the rebel lion started. I am therefore much surprised io learn that Union prisoners havo been better treated there, so far as the inhabitants are concerned, than anywhere else in the South. A largo proportion of the men confined here woro first takon to Charleston. Six thousand of them were quartered at the race-course near that city, and within easy reach of shells from tho Union batteries. At first they received ra tions of oxeullent qnnlitjv-thdugh not largo in quantity, consisting of -bacon, hard crackers, salt, soap, rice, hominy, cor'n-m'cal, flour, brans and beef, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1882. GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS- Brightening Prospects in Every Sec tion of the Country. HOW THE POSTS MULTIPLY. Our Haversack Again Loaded Down with Rations. 8pecIol Correspondence National Tribune. Boston-, Oct. 3. When tho Grand Army wis first instituted Lore, it -went up with a boom. Posts bprang up in a day, men joined by the hundred, and Massachusetts toon became tho banner Detriment of the G. A. It. In a short time those who had only joined for selfish ends began to drop off, until a number of Posts surrendered their charters, and the mem bership was reduced to those who had tho real objects of the Grand Army in their hearts. Then the boys began to come in, not with a boom, but one or two at a time, so that they could be assimilated, until to-day we number over ten thousand comrades in our ranks. Suffolk county (Boston and Chelsea) contains fourteen Posts, containing over seventeen hun dred comrades, and all growing. Eleve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1882. The National Tribune (Established 1877.) To carc ron mim who has doane the gattle, and foa hw yuoow and orphans." abraham ltnccln. "The valioity of thc public debt of the Unites States, authowzeo bv law, including ocors incurred ron PAYMENT OF PEKSIOMS ANO BOUNTIES TOfl SERVICES IN 8UP pflCMt.NG INUfHtECTtOf4 OR RCDCUtON, SHALL NOT BE CUC8- too."-Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitutioh of the United States. i cotooer it the ablest paper oeyoteb to the inter ests of tmc solwerpubushco in thc country. i earnestly COVMEKB IT TO ALL OOMRABCS Or THC OllDER." Paul YanDervoort, COMMANOUf N-ChiEF, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JCSTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advancc. money forvkarpeo otherwise than dy nc618 tereo letter, postal money ordfr, or orart on new York, will be at the risk of the sender, as also all GUWOPTIONe PAID to agekts. fl3RENEWAl-S. SJ3CRI8CR6 can alyays ASCERTAIN THC BATE WHEN THEIR SUB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5,. 1882. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gold Certificates Seen Again on Wall Street A STEAMBOAT HORROR. Crimes and Casualties in Va rious Sections. TJio annual meeting of the New York clear ing houso association wis licit! last Tuesday, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, F. D. Tappcu; Secretary, U. II. Nezro ; Manager, W. A. Camp ; and. clearing houso committee, Benjamin 1). Sherman, George F. Baker, AVilliam L.Jenkins, O. D. Baldwin and Richard King. The man ager's report showed the transactions for a year to havo been $lS,l-17,SiG,40G.Gl; the averaso per day for the year being $150,833,373.92. The total transactions since tho 31th of October, 1S53, (the date of its organization), have been $673,339,i01,SS3.50. The total amount of gold coin used in settlement of balances since re sumption (threo years and nine months) has been $971,967,000; for tho past year tho amount of balance- was $1,593,0...

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