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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882. fearful possibilities of an obstructed trade, with the speedy detection and fight against over whelming odds that would follow, if the train for which wo waited did not arrive sooner han pursuers from Big Shanty. When wc recog nized tho whistle of the coming train it was al most as welcome as the boom of Mitchel's can non, which we expected to hoar that i cuing aftcrall our work was done. As it rumbled by us wc fully expected an instant start, a swift run of a few miles, and then the hard work but pleasant excitement of bridge-burning. Alas! AXOTHKK KKD FI.AC..- Swift and frequent are the imitations of war. Success can never be assured to any enterprise in advance. The train for which wc hail wait- h so much anxiety had no sooner stopped J cd with than wo beheld on it an emblem more terrible thau any comet that ever frightened a super stitious continent. Another red flag ! Another train was close behind ! This as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 13S2. GRAND ARM? AFFAIRS. Encouraging Reports from Every Section of the Country. GOOD FOR CALIFORNIA. Our Haversack Again Loaded Down "With. jTresli Rations. Spcclnl Correspondence Nntionnl Tribune. Galveston, Ind., Oct. 1G. Tho work goes bravely on in Grand Army matters in this De partment and the "cry is still they come." New Posts, military companies, fcc and every thing looks like tho ardor and vigor incidental to an active campaign. Applications for char ters and musters of new Posts are coming in constantly at Department headquarters of one of the grandest organizations ever marshalled under tho Heavens. An association that all history does not furnish a parallel to, one that never existed before, and one that may never exist again, is the Grand Army of tho Repub lic Our country has no titled class, no caste, but there is an untitled nobility here; but few can wear its honors, and they are the comrades of tho Grand ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1882. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CMHS K HIV WHO HA BORNE THE BATTtE, AfTO FOR HI WIOOW AND ORPHANS.' A3RAHAM tlNCClN. ThC VAVIWTV OF THE PUBIIC DECT OF THE UNITED States, AUTHOMito bv law, inciudi debt incurred for aAVMEfcT OT.PCKSIONS AW BOONTCS FOR SERVICES IN SoF- FUEseiNe iNeusaccTi'jN or receluo. shall hot be ques tkweo." Sec , Art. XJV, Constitution of the Uwted States. " i con6iocr it the ablest paper devotfd to the inter ests ot the 60lwer pu81ismep if. the coumt&y. 1 earnestly COWNB IT TO ALL COWIADEB OF THE OR3ER." Paul VanDcrvoort, Ccwuocr-i-Chic.F G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. e JC3-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advawcc- mokev forwarded othcrwise that) bv ijcgi8 ttreb 1etter, postal money 033sr, or oraft om new York, will be at the bisk cf the senoea, as also all subscriptions paid to agents. iJSRENEWALS. SucscmnERS' can always ascertain THE DATE WHEN THEIR S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.5 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882. 5 THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Terrible Explosion at a Public Jubilee. GRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Happening's m all Sections Para.graph.ecl Briefly. The surgeon-general of the army, in his an imal report, shows that during the fiscal year ended Juno 30, 1, there wero 21G deaths among the "white troops 25 among rhc colored, and 0 among tho Indian troop. An increase of $50,000 over tho amount usually appropriated for medical and hospital supplies will ho re quired during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1SS3. and an estimate for this service is made at $250,000. In tho Army Medical Museum 7,130 specimens were received during the year for tho sursrical section, 1,015 for the medical pection, S,190 for the microscopical section, 2, 338 for tho anatomical section, 2,467 for the compxrativo anatomy section, and 721 for the miscellaneous section. The work on the surgi cal history of tho war of tho rebellion has ad vanced to iage 70...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

6 THE iSTATIONTAL TllIBUffE: AVASHLNGIW, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 263 1882. 7, FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. KEEPING GKAPES IX BOTTLES. This is a practice much adopted in Franco and in Britain with grapes grown under glass. When the fruit is perfectly ripe it is cut with a portion of the shoot upon which it is grow ing. Enough of the wood is cut with the hunch to allow it to ho inserted in a hot tie of water; six or seven inches is sullicient. The hottles are then placed on shelves having a front ledge two orthree inches in height, so that when tho lotilcs are placed the neck will he slightly ele vated and the huuch of grapes hang clear in front. They can also he hung to horizontal beams hy a string or small copper wire, which is fastened to the neck of the hottle; the weight of the hunch will bring it to the proper angle, so that it will hang clear of the hottle. The bottles are about half tilled with water; some times two or three smal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882, OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. Pensioners and Ex-Prisoners in South ern Pens. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Euesh. Fuel for the Caanp-fires of Our Comrades. To the Editor National Thibuxe: The Thirteenth Vermont at Camp Krusc, near Occoquan, Virginia, in April, 1PG3, had for (lrmnmer boy the writer of this, a son of Colonel Randall, commanding the regiment. Mr. Krusc, on whose land onr camp was lo cated, was a strong Union man and very hind to the soldiers. We had a good deal of sickness while there, and I well remember Krusc driv ing his last cow to the hospital to be slaught ered for the sick, who had grown tired of salt Hjrk. Our chaplain, Kev. Joseph Sargent, died there on the 20th of April. Near our camp lived a man named Davis, a violent rebel, whoso family consisted of his wife, lhreo sons in the rebel army, and a widowed daughter, Mrs. Bailey, whose husband had been killed in battle. Colonel Randall applied to him for ihe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 October 1882

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial. Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. . FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Business Centres. Telegraphic advices to Jlradslcct's last -week reveal a continued healthful condition of gen eral trade. The weather in the cotton region has lwcn favorable, except in Texas and Arkan sas, where injurious rains have prevailed. The market for wheat has been firmer and advanced socio, as a result of the belief that prices are low ruough to make it a safe investment for money. ( urn is higher, because the supply of old grain is being rapidly exhausted, and the markets, both in New York and Chieaso, are cornered. Flocks of provisions and lard have been reduced to a lower point than at any time for several years, and arc controllcc1 by two or three prom inent speculators. Oats are higher on account of the diminishing visible supply and the in creasing consumptive ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

ESTABLISHED 1S77 -NEW SERIES. WxVsnmGTOx, d. a, Thursday, November 2, iss-; YOL. n-NO. 12.-WHOLE MO. 64. SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE. The History of Longstreet's Oampaign Against Burnside. DEFENSIVE WORKS. Courageous Conduct of Two AHcnigan Regiments. LONGSTREET RE-ENFORCED. Tlie Attack at Fort Sanders Determined Upon. Continued from Ictsl iced:. On their arrival at Knoxvillo the troops of the "Ninth Army Corps and Chapins's brigade of the Twenty-third Corps marched at once to the positions assigned them in the lines of defense. General Poe, then chief engineer of the depart ment, had taken occasion to familiarize himself with the troops of the army and made the assign ments -with reference to the fitness of tho sov eral brigades to hold tho positions which they were required to defend. HjiiTTrzian JFMcam Cnryerl. . tnn::ir. "Vrtiurf SfCirtnthTJins ConUZ. j, ' Map of Knoxville and Vicinity. Roomer's battery of four three-inch rifle guns were posted at the "University, supported by Morrison's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: AYASKDfGTfJN, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. SOUTHERN PRISON LIFE. Free Lance Free-Home Again From Wilmington. xvi i r. HiLtnousn IIospitaj, WiiariXGTOX, Mardi 17lh. I have been very sick. I will begin my story over again, for I did not half writo it. Our bivouac at Goldsboro vr.is in Hie woods, and vc suffered very much from the cold, for a chill rain was falling all the while wc were there that is, from the 20th to the 25th of February. Wo had no shelter and no fires, and many died. Uuiiscy, of my regiment, went insane, and would havo been killed but for mc. lie started to wander across (he dead line, and a guard had levelled his musket to fire, when I Kin between them with my right hand thrown up and begged tho rebel not to shoot, "Tho man is perfectly crazy," I ex claimed, and I grabbed ftunsey and dragged him back to safe ground. For the first time since my capture 1 began to grow utterly dis heartened. Our rations consisted of corn meal and pickled be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL" TBIBuUE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. Prom Maine's Piney Forests Colorado's Mountains. to ILLINOIS HARD AT WORK. Good Rations In Out Haver sack for AH tlie Boys. Special Correspondence National Tribune. New York, Oct. GO, 1SS2. Whatever may have been said in regard to the movement in augurated by Commander Nicholas W. Day, of John A. Dbc Post, of this city, and its effect upon the present canvass in this State, one thing is sure, that the chiefs of departments in Federal and State affairs have heard tho noise from afar, and have made up their minds to listen to the thunder of the veterans. I have, therefore, the satisfaction to report that by per emptory order of Secretary Chandler, of the Navy, all the G. A. R. comrades who were dis charged from the navy-yards a month or two ago have since been reinstated. At the same time I desire to add this fact, that even before tho now well-known meeting at Schilling I Tall took place, Comma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) r "To CAHC FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FCR HtC WIDOW AND ORPHANS. A&RAHAM LINCOLN. "the validity of the poetic debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for paymckt of pensions and oooktics for services in sup pressing INSURRECTION OR REBELLION, 6HALL NOT BE Q'.'ES- tkxeo." Sec. a, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " I CONSIDER IT THE ABLEST FAFER DEVOTEO TO THE INTER est of the sotwer published in the country. 1 earnestly commend it to all comrades of the order." Paul VanDervoort, Comander-in-Cmicf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. XlTTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advance. Money forwarded otherwise than by regis tered letter, postal money order, or draft on New York, will be at the risk cf the sender, as also all subscriptions paid to agents. J&g-RENEWALS. SUB6CRIBER3 CAN ALWAYS ASCERTAIN T...

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

TEG NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. 5 VETERANS TO THE FRONT Grand Army Day in Philadelphia Graphically Described. VANDERVOORT'S. ADDRESS. Tlie Day Parade and Eveniog Camp-fires. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Pjm.AJJKi.riiiA, Pa., Nov. 1. Tlirec brigades of Pennsylvania, militia, with cavalry and artillery, ono brigade of New Jersey militia with two Gatling gun batteries, and a Grand Army division, in all nearly fifteen thou sand men, marched through Philadelphia last Friday morning, bearing bright standards and tattered baltle-llags, surrounded by the lavish tribute of decoration and accompanied by such music as thrills tho heart and quickens tho pulse. Tho column fell into line on South Broad street, and moved at 11 a. m., marching down Chestnut to Third, up Market and out Broad street to Columbia avenue. The entire length of the route was lined with crowds of spectators, who applauded the regular marching and perfect alignment of the St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1882. 6 FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. Tho botanical name of the common quinco is Cydonia vulgaris. It is a nativo of Southern Europe anrl parts of Asia. It lias long been cultivated for its fruits, and is said to bo tbo golden apple of the Hcspcridcs. Tho quince forms a small, much-branched tree, from ten to fifteen feet in height when in a favorable situation for growth. There arc several varieties in cultivation, such as the Orange or Apple quince, tho Pear quince, the Portugal, and the Angers quince. The last named variety is esteemed as a- stock upon which to graft strong-growing kinds of pears for the purpose of checking their luxurianco and hastening their periods of fruiting; these are called dwarf pears. The fruit of the quince is tough and austere, and is unfit to cat in the raw state ; it is, there fore, usually cooked and preserved with sugar, or boiled into marmalade...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TKIBTOE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What the Soldiers Want Congress to Do. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A ITusiRa&e of Small Snot Prora All Over tiie Land. To the Editor National Tribuxe: In the last number of Thb Tiuurra, " tho Tjops soldier's paper," I noticed .1 suggestion made by Comrade J. G. Doano tbat one litm clrcd pensioners contribute one cent each, that Tin: National Tnimrxn mi.elit be sent to Mr. Beck Kentucky's illustrious Senator. The sug gestion is certainly a good one. By reading your valuable paper his intellect might be freshened somewhat, he might learn tbat there are still soldiers enough left in the great State of Kentucky to lay him, in tho near future, liigh and dry on a back shelf, where- ho -will Lave plenty of time to reflect that tho Ameri can people will do j'ustice to tho disabled de fenders of the country, notwithstanding his cry of fraud. I would also suggest a further con tribution by pensioners to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. r. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial. Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading' Business Centres. The condition of the Treasury, as exhibited in the public debt statement for the past mouth, is as follows : I)ecrofli?e of debt...-..... ...... ... -. Cn-h in Trca.-ury Available oush Gold certificates outstanding;..... Silver certificate Currency certificates -... Iteftnitlcil i ract l on a l .................................. ... JsCgnl tenders ............................ ...... Principal of debt - Decrease of debt bince .Tnno SO, 1S52 ..s 27.VN5.10i 151, 1-1.1,237 lavWO.-t 10 73.007,710 9.9 R.000 12.1.7r0 7,020. 1S5 731.631,016 1,105.712.170 0,72.3,117 A novel enterprise has been started near Perth Amboy, New Jersey. A company is making tcrra-cotta lumber, which can be made to take the place of timber in most of its uses. The process is the invention of C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 November 1882

' vk l r4 PS & fca a RI X U VA Zq nut frv liim ivlxa few Iiovno the Imttte, mut for W widow ana orphans" ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. VOL. H-NO. 13 .-"WHOLE NO. 65. 6kp lp4 4 SIEGE OF KUPXYI UDlJ. The History of Longstreet's Campaign Against Burnsidc. THE EVE OF BATTLE. "Wheeler's Cavalry Repulsed at King-ston. ATTACK ON THE PICKETS. Fort Sanders and Its Brave Defenders. Continued from last treefc. On tholSth General Wheeler joined themain body with his cavalry, and in obedience to orders took position on the Tazewell road, from which place lie was sent with three brigades two days later to Kingston with orders to capture or dis perse the garrison at that place. Wheeler's report of his repulse at Kingston is as follows: 'Notwithstanding the rapidity of our move ment, on arriving at the foot of a hill near the town, we found it covered with long lines of infantry and dismounted cavalry. I imme diately dismounted the entire command, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. ) THE MARCH TO THE SEA. Inleresling Reminiscences of Eighteen Years Ago. Written for the National Tribune by J. B. KMox me, Memory becomes clouded and the vision grows dim after the lapse of nearly eighteen years, still the incidents and events of the day and night with the Third division of cavalry immediately preceding ''Sherman's March" nre still as fresh in my mind :is if they occurred hut yesterday. On the 11th of November, 1PG1, the Third division of cavalry, commanded by General Jndson Kilimtrick, was composed as follows: First brigade, commanded by Brevet Bjriga dicr-General Thos. J. Jordan : Ninth Pen vania, Second Kentucky, Third Kenti Third Indiana, and Eighth Indiana. isyl ckv, Second brigade, commanded by Brevet B iira- aier-Gcncral S. D. Atkins: Ninety-second ! Hi i nois, Tenth Ohio, Ninth Ohio, First Ohio sqhad ron, Ninth Michigan, and Tenth Wisconsin battery. Third brigade, commanded by Colonel Geo....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. . 3 GRAND ARMY AFFAIRS. Particulars of a Fine Post in the Hoosicr Slate. GOOD TIMES IN IOWA. Our Haversack Filled for a Seven-Day's March. Epeclal Correspondence National Tribune. Spencer, Lxd., Nov. 4. I havo Lad the pleasure of spending a few days among the com rades cf Gettysburg Post, No. 93, of this place, and learn these interesting particulars in their brief history: Organized on the evening of August ISth, 1SS2, with a charter membership of eighteen, and mustered by that gallant sol dier and enthusiastic worker for the Order, Comrade David Agnew, Adjutant of .TefT. C. Davis Post, No. 16, Yinccnncs, Indiana, muster ing officer, and installed the present eomrades. " Officers" are said by a distinguished mili tary writer to be the " soul of an army ; " henco the soul of this Post is centered in the follow ing corps of officers, who ably fill their posi tion : Com., David E. Beem ; S. V. C, Nathaniel D. Cox; J. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 November 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) To cabc ron him who has dopae tme cattle, and ron HW WIDOW AWO ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THE VALIDITY OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE U.MTCn States, authom;eo dy law, including dests incurred oa PAYMENT OF PEMSiMt AND BOUNTIES FOB SERVICE IN 6UP FRESStNO INeURfiGCIlDN OR RCKIlWN, SHALL HOT 8C CLT6- TK3NC3."' Sec , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Uwtsd States. " i consider it the am.e5t tarer cevoted to the inter ests of thcsolwer published in the country. i earnestly covmeno it to all comrades of the order." Paul VanDervcort, Cov"NDtt-ivCwEF, G. A. R. PUB LIS PI ED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JC5TTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invaruely cash in ADVASCE.-MONEY FORWARDCD OTHERWISE THAN IJY REGIS TERED LETTER, rOSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW YK, WHX DC AT THE IKK OF THE SENDER, A8 ALSO ALL SUBftCWPTlONS PAID TO AGENTS. RENEWALS. SUBSCRIBERS CAN ALWAYS ASCERTAIN THE DATE WHEN THEM SUBSCR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 November 1882

THE iATIOiNTAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. 5 NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. Latest Returns From All Over the Country. GREAT REPUBLICAN LOSS. The NText House of Repre sentatives Democratic. "Wo print below tho latest returns of Tues day's elections received before going to press. The following are the newly-elected governors: California. George Stoneman, D. Colorado. James B. Grant, D. Connecticut. Thomas 51. Waller, D. Delaware. Charles C. Stockluy, D. Kansas. John P. St. John, E. Massachusetts Benj. F. Butler, D. and G. Michigan. Josiah W. Begole, D. and G. Nebraska. James W. Dawes, R. Nevada. Enoch Strother, K. New Hampshire. Daniel W. Ilalo, R. New York. Grover Cleveland, D. Pennsylvania. .Robert E. Pattison, D. South Carolina. Hugh S. Thompson, D. Tennessee. William B. Bate, D. Texas. John Ireland, D. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATIONS. Our readers will doubtless take tho greatest interest in tho result of tho election of Con gressmen. Tho complexion of tho delegation in...

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