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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

r-"- ':T3"PF?r y""1'S?l-Si c- -irw-- vvi, -r -y. i f---i--wji5'i--if'its-'-'Ks t- -'t, t$9v''"ii 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1882. vx "isg5"v jwr-tJ FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. This is the season to prepare for planting hardy bulbs, such as the tulip, hyacinth, nar cissus, and crocus. October and November are the two best mouths for setting these bulbs, so that they may form plenty of roots before freezing weather. Later planted bulbs will not, as a genoral rule, flower so perfectly as those planted as above. All of these bulbs will succeed in any soil which is not wet. A sandy loam, made- rich, is the best of all. If the soil is clayey, place a handful of sand in the trench and set the bulb on it. Plant in rows and close together, Much of the beauty of a hyacinth bed depends upon the fullness of the bed; eight inches is ample space between the bull, and cover with at least three inches of Eoil above ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

,- '-ji-".. - t .. 'i-.-r ' it 'n&c5?r9-& "i' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1S82. OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. Bed Tape, and a Great Deal Too Much of it. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TvTiat Our Subscribers Have to Say About Themselves. too much RED TAPE tor the boys. To tlie Editor National Tribune: Tlic men who left the happiness of homo to share the privations of an active campaign life, a Nation should ever reverence. From the first gun of the Devolution to the last one fired at Appomattox, the American soldier has shed un dying lustre upon every battle field. Leaving bo hind the loving wife, or perchance a widowed mother, the winsome prattle of infancy, and the associations of friendship, ho went forth with a heart full of emotion to fight for the land that gave him birth, or that of his adopt ion. Thcspirit kindled at Lexington had its triumph at York town. American pluck at Fort Brown planted the c nsigu on the capitol of Mexico, and how sad it is to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 October 1882

Vjw 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1882. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Indufilrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. Erecrotary Teller, on Monday, rendered, a de cision respecting the right of mill-owners and residents upon tho mineral lands, of the United 'States to cut wood and timber from such lands within tho lines of mining claims reularly locatcd and possessed under the local laws and customs and the laws of the United St ate gov erning the location of such claims. Tli Secre tary holds that "locators of mining claims, so long as they comply with tho law governing their possession, are invested by Congress with tho exclusivo right of possession and enjoy ment of all the surface included within tho lines of their locations. This right amounts to a property, capable of being enjoyed or trans- I ferrcd subject to all the ordinary rules govern ing the enjoyment of other p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

'Tw-i V-V 'v??1?t$&!Ti'isl'??r f vwyijf'w;"' ""f''SiP ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. VOL. II-NO. 9.-WHOLE NO. 61. f??P?31P' --.' (pf$S ,4J Of war -rO-A p&&3ffl r & SIEGE OF I NOXVILLE. Tlie History of Longstreet's Campaign Against Burnside. THE TWO ARMIES. Tlieir Relative Positions as Shown "by the Records. TTTRS CHANGE OE BASE. General Willcox' s Masterly Retreat from Bull's Gap. The military events in East Tennessee, which culminated in the so-called "Siege of Knox ville," have been partially described in pre ceding numbers of The National Tribune. The advance of the Army of the Cumberland, nnder command of Major-Gcncral "William S. Roscerans, and of tho Army of the- Ohio, under command of Major-General Ambrose E. Bun -bide, resulting in the battle of Chickamauga and the occupation of Chattanooga by tho former, and tho unopposed occupation of Knoxvillo and tho capture of Cumberland Gap by tho latter, have formed the subj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

2 TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. STRIKING IT RICH; Or, Prom JOlclien to Parlor and Jfock Again. IJiii thd AUm.1 OlATTER HL " Jim, let's go over anil see Mrs. McGafferr thlscvcniuV' I ssysoacuipilit. after supper, the bnby bein' safo asleep in his crib, and I fcelin' as if I'd kind o' liko to go somewhere or other. "AH right, Sallie I'm very nillin'. It's nigh two weeks now, in't it, since the day she washers to see us? Wo ought to have gene lefore, to my thinkiu', for sho will think wo didn't me.111 to he fricndlj'. II any nd put on your bonnet; it's after seven o'clock now." "Would you wear your new silk dress, Jim, if you was me?" " Now, what do yon want to put on Huollier dress for ? There ain't no holes in that air one you've got on, is there?" "But, Jim, Mrs. McCafiery had on nil her best clothes when she came over hore, a)ud 1 don't have no chanco to wear my silk d rcss, escaptin' when I go down town and on Sun days. I like to feel it trai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. Boston's "Mother Post" and the Good Work It Has Accomplished. THE DEPARTMENT ORDERS. Our Haversack Again Opened for Our Hungry Comrades. Bpeclfti Correspondence National Tribune. Boston, Mass., Oct. 9. As I told yon in my last, there are fourteen Posts of the G. A. It. in Suffolk county thirteen of them in Boston. I shall give you an account of one of them each week, commencing with the largest one in Bos ton. John A. Andrew Post 15, was chartered August Gth, 1SG7, and, like nearly all the Posts here, filled up with a rush, numbering at one time over a thousand men, and turning out on Memorial Day eleven companies, of over sixty men in a company. Many of tho com rades lived in the surrounding towns and cities. They found it inconvenient to attend tho meetings, and those living in each of tho towns naturally formed the nucleus of a Post for that town. Thus Post 15 becanio the mother of many Posts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. V 'The Rational Tribune. (Established 1877.) ' "to care roa him who has dohnc the cattle, and for his vo0w amd orphans." abraham lincoln. The valkhty of the pudiic debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in 6UP- PBEeUNG INSURRECTION OR BEBCLUON, SHALL NOT DE OUES- noNco." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. I consider it the adlest fafer devoteo to the inter ests OF THE SOLDIER PU&USHED IN THE COUNTRY. I EARNESTLY ccvmeno it to all ccwraoes of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CouvANcen-ivCHicr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. 2TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advance. Money forwarded otherwise than by regis tered LETTER, POSTAL MONEY ORDEH, OR DRAFT ON NEW York, will be at the t.isk cf the sender, as also all subscriptions paid to agents. C2-RENEWALS. Subscribers cam always ascertain THE DAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. V THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Henry Ward Bcccher Withdraws From the Congregational Church. AN OUTLAW SURRENDERS. Another Dismal Record of Crimes and Casualties. At the meeting of the- Congregational Asso ciation of Brooklyn nnd New York Churches, at the Park Congregational Church, Brooklyn, Rev. Henry Ward Bcccher addressed tlio asso ciation for over two and a-half hours. lie closed by announcing his withdrawal from the asso ciation. He assigned as a reason that as a Christian gentleman he could not afford to lay on anybody the responsibility of his views. Ho could not afford to ask tho association to defend him. He could not make them responsible in any way, and, therefore, now, in the greatest love and sympathy, he laid down his member ship and should go forth, ho said, not to bo separated from thein, but really to bo nearer them. Mr. Beccher explained that he made this exposition in order to meet tho loose gen eral rep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 'D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. FARM AND FIRESIDE. Sonic Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. We haTe read many interesting facta under the heading "Curiosities of Vegetation," but we do not remember of ever seeing any special notice of wlmt lias always seemed to us one of tlte most curious, and that is the ability of plants to manufacture, as it were, so many dif ferent articles from the same general chaiactcr af soil, each plant finding in it the material it requires. Take any miscellaneous collection of plants and pot them in soil twken from the same heap, aud ono will produce quinine, an other theinc, and others oxalic acid, perfumes of the. most varied kinds, virulent poisons, sweet, acid, hitter, or Astringent fruits, oils bland and acid, and so on, until wc might enu merate every vegetable production. Chemistry endeavors to supplement facilities for the increase of special productions, and while much has been done in this di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. A Ringing Appeal from a Veteran to His Comrades. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Our Subscribers Hold a Little Camp-fire of Their Own, To the Editor National Tribune: Enclosed find $1 for four new subscribers to your most valuable paper. If I am not mis taken, this makes twenty-one- subscribers I have sent you, and I havo but one regret, and that is this: that it is not one hundred and twenty-one, but I havo opened a recruiting office, and, as I havo set my stakes for fifty recruits, I will have them if we have to resort to a draft; and, if it comes to that, wo will double the call to mako suro of tho number of substantial men. It is the strangest and most unaccountable tiling that old soldiers and com rades will stand in their own light and close their eyes and refuse to sec where their inter est is. Now, it is an open and very apparent fact that Tun National Tribune, with its fearless and very able e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial. Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports ixoni Leading Business Centres. William II. Vsnderbilt, accompanied by Au gustus Schell, Samuel Barton, his nephew, who lias his stock raising in charge, his sons, William K. and Frederick W., his uncle, Capt. Jake Vamlerbilt, Foster Dewey and 3Ir. Ellis, of the Schenectady locoiaotivo ivories, left Xcw York on the Gth inst. for a trip over the railroads in which he is interfist?d. Ac Chicago thoy wcro joined by General Manager Newell, of tho Lake Shore, and President Keep, of tho Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. The party will bo gone two weeks, and will go as far West as Denver on the Chicago, Burlington and Quiucy railroad, and possibly to Salt Lake City. A stock exchange has been organized at the City of Mexico without a charter by European brokers under the auspices of tho Mexican Na t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

I " if 'S y ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. VOL. II-r?0. 10.-WHOLE NO. 62, i? uu, The History of Longstreet's Campaign Against Burnsidc. IMPORTANT MOVES. Burnside Moves from Lenoir towards EJnoxvilLe. FIGHT AT CAMPBELL'S STATION. Longstreet Fails to Gain the Rear of the Union Army. Cont inutd from last vcth. General Burnside, having obtained almost undisputed possession of East Tennessee, con cluded, about the 1st of November, to place his army in winter quarters at Lenoir's Station. The Ninth Corps, under command of Brigadier General K. B. Potter, was located in a forest of second- owth pines near the station, which in a short lane was converted into a village of comfortable log-houses, in which tho troops prepared to make themselves as comfortable as possible. Map of East Tennessee. Colonel Chapin's brigade of General "White's division of the Twenty-third Army Corps was stationed midway between Lenoir's and Lou don, with pickets on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. still to encounter for any such childish demon stration. A-OBANI"TRIUarPII. Yot it was a grand triumph, and, having nothing of a more practical character for the moment to do, I realized it to the fullest extent. Thcxeare times in life Avhen whole years of en joyment are condensed into a simile experience. It Avas so with me then. I eon Id comprehend the emotion of Columbus when he first beheld through the dim dawn the lnng-dreumcd-of shores of America, or tho less innocent but no less fervent joy of Coster, when he planted the Cross of Spain on the hulls of Moutcxumn. My breast throbbed fast with emotions of joy and gladness that words labor in vain to express. A sense of ethereal lihtno.srun through my veins, and I seemed ascending higher, higher, with each pulsation of the engine. Remember, 1 was but twenty-two then, full ef hope and am bition. Not a dream of failure shadowed my rapture. We had always leen told ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. V GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. New York Veterans Looking After Their Rights. POSTS AND POLITICIANS. A Haversack Heavily Laden with Interesting Matter. Special Correspondence National Tribune. New York, Oct. 1G. In consequence of a call emanating from John A. Dix Post, No. 135, G. A. 1?., a very large convention of delegates from other Grand Army Posts assembled Fri day evening at the llotel Schilling, 3G4 Sixth avenue, to take action concerning the recent discharges of veteran soldiers from Government employment by order of Republican officehold ers. The call requested such Posts as could send delegates to do so, taking care that such delegates should bo neither officeholders nor those -who had been discharged from public offices, and that such Posts as could not bo rep resented would communicate by letter. Before the hour for assembling fifty-five Posts had reported by delegates, and letters were received from eighty-one P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

r? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) to care tor him who has dorj-e the oattle, and fcr his widow af.o orphans.' adrahav lincoln. "Thl valiwty of the public ocot of the United States, authorized dy law, including oects incurred for fayment of pensions and bounties for services in 6up- FflCMING 1N80RRCCT10N OR REBELLION, 6HALL NOT DE CUE6- twne8." sec , art. xiv, constitution of the umtcd States. " 1 consider it the ablest fapen dcvotco to the inter ests of the soldier pudlished in the country. i earne6tly ccmvend it to all cowradcs of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CCMMAHKR-lN-CMEr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. 5TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariaoiy cash in advance.-money rora'aroed otherwise than dy regis tered letter. postal money order, or drart on new York, will bc at the risk of the sender, as also all 6Wfl6CW7KWS PAID TO AGENTS. JKSRENEWALS. Subscribers can always ascertain THE DATE WHEN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. 5 - K rt lb " THE NEWS OF TjPIE WEEK. Killing of an cx-Iel)cl Colonel by an Editor. PAYING THE PENSIONS. Public Happenings in all Parts of tlie Goimtry. Colonel Alonzo W. Slayback, one of the most prominent attorneys and Democratic politic ians of St. Louis, was shot and killed at 5:30 o'clock Thursday evening by John A. Cockrcll, editor of Um Tost-Dhpatcli. The trouble dates back to an old quarrel, of which the re.il merits are difficult, of course, to decide Both men were of temperaments easily exasperated and of undoubted fighting qualities. Wednesday night at a political meeting Mr. Slayback de nounced the editor of the roat-Dispalcli, which is an evening paper owned by Mr. Joseph Pu litzor, in the most bitter terms, particulariz ing Cockrcll as an assassin of private character, and otherwise reflecting on the conduct of tho papor. The next afternoon the Post-J)ispatch retorted in most bitter terms, personal to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. v FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Practical Suggest ions for Our Agricultural Renders. WHAT HAVE WE LEA JWED ? Under the above heading, Mr. C. M. Uovey, a well-known horticulturist,--and one whoso opinions are worthy of tho hi sliest respect, al though they may not chime with those who consider themselves progressionists, has, by way of comparison with thu returns of the present time, in a recent nuaibor of the Mas sachusetts Ploughman, presented the amounts of gome of the crops produced sixty years ago, when agricultural chemistry vras in its infancy, and had not made any mark in tho world, and when artifical manures, if we except bone dust, were unknown. Mr. Uovey quotes from tho proceedings of the Massachusetts Agricultural Society as evi dence of the results of farm productions at this, what might now be termed, primitive time. In 1S17 this society offered premiums for the best crops of potatoes and corn on one acre of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882. OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. Andersonville Annals Recorded by Suffering Soldiers. EPISTLES TO THE EDITOR. Camp-fires Kept Up "by Our Country Subscribers. that andersonville hanging. To the Editor National Tribune: Some questions have arisen respecting the statement in your paper about the hanging of the six men in Andersonville, wherein Free Lance says that one man broko away, was re captured and beaten to death by the men. As I was an eye-witness of this transaction, I wish to make the following statement: Vfiicn the men were at the foot of the scaffold, and some of them were already on it, one of tho prison ers, named Curtis, who was tho farthest from the gate, broke away from the police, and ran a short distance, but was recaptured and placed on the scaffold with the rest; the sacks were drawn over their faces, the trap fell, and live men hung in the air. Tho man nearest the gate broke his rope and fell to tho ground; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 October 1882

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882, OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad. and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE, Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. At a meeting of tlio Western Union Tele graph Company, held in New York last week, nt which over 030,000 shares were voted upon, the following hoard of directors was elected: Norvin Green, Thos. T. Eckert, Edwin D. Mor gan, John Van Home, Augustus Schell, Harri son Durkce. Jay Gould, Russell Sage, Alonzo R Cornell, Sidney Dillon, Cyrus W. Field, John Pender, 31. P.; Henry Weaver, Percy K. Payne, Robert Lenox Kennedy, Hugh J. Jew el t, J. Pierpont Morgan, Frederick L. Ames, Edwin ft. Worcester, Win. 1). Bishop, C. P. Huntington, Geo. 15. Roberts, Zalmon G. Sim raons, Samuel Sloan, Erastus Wiman, Aniasa Stone. Geo. J. Gould. Chauncey M. Depew, Jas. W. Clendenin and Geo. F. Baker. According to the annual report the capital stock of the company is $50,000,000, of wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

jfefffi? Jg ! rL -,; z" rx. igW&S v: -swy I'l-H tVl "a rave fin liim ulw Itnjs Iiovno the Battle, una for Tu nita ami crpluutf." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-ITEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, JSS2. YOL. II-NO. 11.-WH0LE NO. 63. SIEGE OF K1XYILLE. The History of Longstrcet's Campaign Against Burnside. A FLANK ATTACK. Burnside Retreats from. Canrpo ell's Station. KNOXVILLE ENTRENCHED Longstreet Follows at a Re spectful Distance. Conl inucd from lasl ircrl;. It was now twelve o'clock, noon, and the at tack referred to by Longstreet was immediately begun by McLaws, while Jenkins was execu ting his flank movement. McLaws says: "After -waiting several hours, for the purpose, as I have understood, of allow ing General Jenkins to get into position to make a flank movement upon the enemy's left, I was ordered to form the brigades of Kershaw, "Woflbrd, and Bryan in line of battle across the valley, and move upon the enemy." Bryan's brigade was held in reserve, and tho remainder mo...

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