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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 December 1882

D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1880. 4 THE NATIONAL TRTBUNE: WASHINGTON, The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) i t "TO OWE rO HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLC, AND POT HK WIDOW AfcO ORPHA-S- ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THE VALIDITY Of THE PUBLIC OFBT OF THC Uf.lTEO PTATES AUTMORI7CO 8V LAW, I1.CLWWNO 0C8T8 l.CtmR0 FOH PiNT Of TOu-IONS KM BOOKTItS rO SCPV.CL8 IN 6UP M .NSUWJtc OB KKtim. SHALL TT K . QWS-.-EC 4. AT. XIV, COW-TITO-TON Of THE UiaKO States. "l CONSUKfi a TMC ABUT rAW-H DEVOTED TO THC IKTTR r6TC TMrCOlWtBPUOtlSHCDIKTHt COUNTRY. ItABSTtV c, Mtrrm tr to au. MDr of the Ohdek." COMMANCtR-fS-CNICF, G. A. R. 'PUBLISHED WEEKLY, One Dollar per Year. JOar-TEHmS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in ABWfcNCC.- MONEV TOtWARDCD OTHERWISE THAN DY REGIS TERED tSTTER, POSTAL MO'lEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW YOtHS WILL CE AT THE RISK OF THE SENDER, AS ALSO ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAID TO AGENTS. J8SJ"KNEWALS. SUBSCRIBERS CAN ALWAYS ASCERTAIN THE DATE HCt THEIR SUBSCRIPTION WILL EXPIRE DY LOOklNO .T THC nUKBER ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TKltfOM: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1882, THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Conflagrations Involving the Loss of 4 Millions of Dollars. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Events at the Capital and in the Departments. The President on Monday transmitted to the Senate the agreement and contract entered into between Henry M. Teller, Secretary of the In terior, as grantor, and Carroll T. Hobart, of Fargo, and Henry F. Douglass, of Fort Yates, Dakota Territory, and Bufus Hatch, of New York, as lessee, granting 3,840 acres of land in the Yellowstone national reservation for ten years, for the establishment of a resort for visitors, under the act of March 1, 1S72. The lessees are to pay an annual rental of two dol lars per acre, and agree to build a hotel and all buildings necessary for the comfort and conve nience of tourists, establish a lino of blages between the park and the nearest railway station, build a telegraph line from the railway to the park, place yachts and other pleasure...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1882. THE GRAND PfY. Our Weekly Record of Its Growth. The December Elections. Special Corrpcmd',nce Nntionnl Tribune. Nrw York. December 12. The Posts of the Graad Armv of tlio Republic are now holding their nnmisl elections. .Many took place last track, and inon of'Jho others will follow during th prwaf week. At some of these elections the contests have been very c!oo. Commander Walker, of Rankin Post. Xo. 10. of Brooklyn, p'asitiycly declined re-election, and the contest was iM-twoeu Past Commander E. A. Perry and Comrade B. X. Wooilxuir. the Senior Vice-Commander, rcsulMns in the election of the former by very small majority. The other officers elected were: S. V. C. John E. Denham: J. V. C, Captain P. H. McLaughlin; Surgeon, Dr. Charles E. Gri&wold: Chaplain. William P. Booth; O. P.. J. A. Jones; O. G., David A. Pitcher; Q. M., William Wild; Delegates to the Department Encampment, John II. Wal ker. Henry W. Slo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 1). C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1882. ; i TTJE PICKET LINE. Stray Shots from The Tribune's Sharpshooters. 'Ism pleased with the Tribute, and glnd to eec the stand you take in behalf of the soldiers. I think you appreciate the hardships of a sol dier's life, and I hope the Triuune will con tain some grand news for the soldier this winter. I served in the army myself nearly three years, having enlisted before 1 was twenty-one, and three years ago was compelled to give up my trado on account of disability resulting from wounds received in the army." J. E. B., Bo.onsboro, Mich. " We have already added sixty subscribers to the Tuinuxn that big gun, whose reverberations have been heard throughout the. land' II. F. J-, Ithaca, Gratiot co., Mich. "The TitinuNE is one of the best papers in existence. I believe it to be the true friend of the soldier." Vermillion, Ind. "The Tribune has done a great work in show ing tho boys what their duty is. May God bless it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1882, 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. An important suit in regard to the responsi bility of u-legraph companies has jitst been decided in Louisiana. James Craugle sued the Western Union Telegraph Company for a loss of $210 which he had sustained in consequence of an error made by a telegiaph operator in sending his message. The counsel for the com pany claimed that the original dispatch, which Avas produced in court, was so badly written that tho operator was not responsible for the mistake in transmission, and also claimed pro tection tinder the printed contract on the mes sage, particularly that portion regarding tho repeating of the same. The court decided that a telegraph company cannot by special contract relieve itself from responsibility for the faults or negligence of its servants, and also...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

.KWWrirW On Nx JLA2iX v PSHv-a 3-JbSF ' "X-v ' sffi:-.' ii. .JrSjr ? Vk a h " o rave fin' him uliff to tiantc ihc buttle, nml far In? niitou; ami m-phmus. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TJirilSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1S82. M MHJSHED lT.-NKW SKKIKS. VOL. II-XO. 1!) -WHOLE NO. 71. m i i a a h i wb. x tj ov ime n . a i -t w -v - uEThSBURfi CAMPAIGN X "nts o i iiiaa crate 1 and C uN- ns. '- stin- I'ot.i'nn- :i- high up as Sir John's '.'in1. Most of their horses pave out at Sir John's Km:. Tin remainder of the battery who -i -1 !.-.!;. tlr-ou;, h in .sine.Il detachments, ami those wb It no onie in report their horses is J. .mil,' u i r : i n'li aui ha iii.r been U ft with nf !-. 1'. ll 11 in --.. ,V'., which waSo'l tltem. " h i!uT I uri'.il have brought off my guns -alciv is a ,'!' -.on whbii. of cour-e, I cannot ' I "'-vl w iM'"m;Ti:ii. I'lr.iiT AT c ..jif-Mi-nuo Advance Upon Marlins I '.jplt, Vii. . ( M I!VLANI) IIKKJIITS. t - V I I' t:!ii:i!i 1 think it is doubtful now. ' i'v tbe i'i 1. i t my commandi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

THIS NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER ai, 1882. V POST ELECTIONS. Hmx TJicy Resulted in Departments Near anil Far. :T r.de Hohros, of New York, writes that . j !'-. No. -Jl, has elected the following . 'omnia:. der, James C i.'arlyle;S. V. C, .. raimi: J. V. C, George II. Sears; Q. j. 1 ii.i. y : e hap., Samuel Knight; O. D., . ,?. a: ; .., John Young. rl. Svart ?.-riJ.sus from Saugcrties, N. ... :. Jji-"H Post. 21."i, has elected the , . .! ir : t .hi . (. F. Cam right ; S. V. f..j , . r.Miia!i fetisell: J. V. C, Lyman Wa tfaws: . !.. J. H. Keed: Snrg., Dr. Warren IkiB.bit, LiiapLtia, D. W. Hurnval; O. D., Ira Swaxi. Torrence Post, No. GO. of Delaware, Ohio, has elected ilie following ofheers: Pott Commander, Captain D. A. Mark; S. '., John Chapman; J. a, J. I- Yandcnum; Q. M.. Jacob Kruck; Chaplain. Prof. W. (?. Williams; Surg., Dr. F. W. Morrihun; O. D., A. Frantz; 0. G., B. Mc Pherson. Lou Morris Past, No. 47, of San Francisco, lias elected the following o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

TIIE NATIONAL" TKIBOTB: "WASHINGTON', tt 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882. o RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. It must bo gratifying to tkoso ttflo fear tliat the destruction of'tho timber of tbo country will lend to dire results, to loam that a Rood substitute is now being made from straw, which is said to be admirably adapted to many kinds of finishing work, barrels, table and counter tops, doors and ornamental -work, and that it can be produced at less than half the price of walnut It is practically fire and water proof, being manufactured under 300 degrees of heat. Its tensile strength is greater than that of wal nut or oak. and weight about one-lifth greater than the former when dry. It is made from any kind of straw, including hemp and flax fiber in fact from any material that will pulp nnd a ton of straw will produce 3,000 feet of boards. The pulp is rolled into thin sheets, a number of which, corresponding with the thickness of the lumber d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

M. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882. The National Tribune.. (Established 1877.) .- TocArxrcR him who has boane the gattle, and tcr his widow and orphans." abraham lincoln. ""The validity of the puouo debt of the United States, authowzed dy law, including oedts incurred for payment of pensions and dounties for serv1ce6 in sup PRESSING INSURRECTION OR REBELlKJN, SHALL NOT BC OUE3- tk)ned.,,Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " i consider it the aolest pafer devoted to the inter ests of the solwer published in the country. i earne6tly com vend it to all covhades of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CcjmNetR-tx-Owtr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, a One Dollar per "Year. JJ3TTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advance. Money forwarded otherwise than by regis tered LETTER, POSTAL VONEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW York, whl &e at the risk of the sender, as also all eubscriptions paid to agents. 43RENEWALS. Subscribers can always ascertain THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. ffliat is Going on at the Scat of Government. -. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. A Summary of Recent Events all Over tlie "World. In response to the resolution of the Ilonse of ;epresentativcs adopted on the 12th instant, jy -which the Secretary of War is directed to furnish the House tho following information, viz: what action has been taken, under the act cf August 7, 16S2, "to relievo certain soldiers of the late war from tho charge of desertion," what changes in the former law have been de cided by tho War Department to have been made by said act, and what classes of soldiers charged with desertion have been considered by the War Department to be embraced by tho said act, and, further, what additional legisla tion is deemed necessary to euablo him to carry out tho provisions of the first and second sec tions of said act, the Secretary of War has trans mitted a communication, in which lie says that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882, o TTJE GRAND PJY. . An Important Interview With Com-mandcr-in-Chicf VanDcrvoort. The editor of TheTribuxe had tho pleasure of a visit this week from Comrade Paul Van dervoort. Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, and our readers will be glad to know that he is in excellent health and Bpints. despite the fart that since his election ho has undergone the fatigue of 21,037 miles of railroad travel in the course of his visits to tho various Departments. He talked freely to the editor of The Trib une concerning the condition and prospects of the Order, and what he had to say was of such general interest that, with his consent, wo re produce herewith, for tho benefit of our com rades of tho Grand Army and our ex-soldiers generally, the substance of the conversation. In reply to a question as to his movements since his adjournment of the National Encamp ment at Baltimore, Commander-in-Chief Van Dervoort ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882. n OUR WEEKLY MUSTER The Editor's Familiar Chat with the 'Tribune's Correspondents. "Iam perfectly delighted with Tite Tr.m T7JCE. It is just what the soldier needs, and it ought to he in the hands of every one who wore tho blue. If you will send me a dozen or two copies, I will distribute thcin to tho boys of our Post, and I think wc can make a good club here." Ira Creetch, Post Adjutant, O. P. Morton Post, No. 11, Joplin, Mo. Thanks, comrade. Tho copies will ho sent you, and when you distribulo them, ask tho boys to let the editor of The Tiuroke know what thcy think of it. "We arc going to plant a Grand Army Po5t in every town where there aro uough living vetorans to organize one. ' Wo always want Sunday to come so that we tan read your valuable paper. 1 hope it may oon find its way to every soldier's home." Jlrs. N. A. Rice, Xenia, 111. The writer of tho Joregoing is the daughter of a soldier and tho wife of a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 December 1882

nfE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18S2. 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. Writing of Pullman City, near Chicago, vrhcro the shops of the Pullman Palace Car Company are located, "Gath" says: "It is probably tho only model city in the world, and has cost $6,000,000, which already pays six per cent, on every element of it. There are 3,500 acres of land, costing $SO0,O00 ; the town proper is built on 500 acres, all that by law could bo an ap purtenance of a. manufacturing company. It is in idea a car manufactory, surrounded by a city for the operatives, and for an ideal mechanical life, the whole to pay, to be free of disease, and to exalt tho condition of men. At one end are the great brick shops, turning out fifteen cars a day, with a mighty tower of brick 200 feet high to distribute the sewerage, whilo the heat, etc, are dispensed by ...

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

t S)M.nji v r t - ' . :--- :Jk?ijaS3l . vSSJSfo l i-si -'kMaTI S -r . """ '.- v - ftp J-r.r----J -. - --- -" "cr rnvc for him wlta to home iho Imtttc, iuuT fot ttijs iviitow ami orphan.." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-XEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. VOL. Il-m. 20.-WHOLE NO. 72. . -0$? - :m' TT I , -?r"w.-.--v:' v? itfrsm -?$ zzzrzz- -&fcSP - tfilAtrM'M- HSi w0J. - -e-"-T?Tv'' i' r .Aw--?rlfrW&i jrrirf .-Ofx '- m ; v, vj ui ' fiuvFt'it w-i- - :.- : c-j- . if-a'r.r-- - - J- jT Ll v - U u--j- " - "" --- - - - - -- - Si .1 TM - - r ,--- JL 1llf Vl-i-.! -- -r iiitS7'--i "c -b:Ei s&K&S'ssS!L -sIkbnSvss5-" GETTYSBURG- GMiPAIGN p The Movements of Union and Confed erate Troops, L MEADE IIST COtfIIAiNTD. Strengtli of tlie Union and Confederate Annies. WrLIiOUG-HBY'S Hills. Iconceiitratibn of tlie Opposing Forces at Gettysburg. ClIArTER V. On the 22(1 of June the Union array lay stretched from Leesburg, through Ccntrcvillc ul Gainesville, to Thoroughfare Gap and...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Gnffttimuuna's Pearls awl the Trials ' of m Kit JLat Club. IJlg LouUa M. Alcoll. "My1farCk.xiaughtj;rs: Before you go lo latt-t the little trials ami temptations of tho con.M-j.- we t;k I want to make a proposition. I an oiu-fashioued. ami I do not like to sco 'young, girl ju so public a place :ts the cafe of a gmi. lair. Your mothers differ with me. aiul 1 hive to right to dissuade you. But 1 have aeki-d leave to try and. keep the young heads frpm hciDg quite turned and the young hearts -frani forgetting the sweet, old virtues mod cstv, obedience, and self-denial. So 1 writp to .say tiwu 1 iuteud to give the set of pearls you all so much admire to the one who behaves best during the week. Like the fairy god mother in the story, 1 shall know what hap pans and which of you deserves the reward. Laugh, if you will, but keep our little secret and try to please Ukan'Imamsia.'' This was the letter read ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. o RURiJL TOPICS, Sonic Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers., Ben: Perlcy Poore, in Lis "Farm Talks" for tlic American Cultivator, gives the following method as that used by Mrs. Henry Clay m curing her once famous "Ashland hams" : "For every ten hams, medium sized, sho took one pound of saltpetre, two pounds of brown sugar, three and one-half pounds of fine salt, mixed all these together, and rubbed each ham well with it. They were then packed in a tight box, where they remained in a cool out house for three -weeks. They were then put into the pickle tub, which was nearly filled with a pickle strong enough to bear an egg. After the hams had remained in this pickle for three weeks they were taken out. rubbed by hand with salt, and then hung up to dry in the air. They were then taken to t lie smoke-house. "s here a fire was kept up with green walnut branches for three weeks. Each ham was then :ewed up...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE : WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. Tee National Tribune. (Established 1877.) . " To CAM rOB HIM WHO HAS BORNE THC BATTLC, AND FCf) JM -Htocm AW orphans. Abraham Lincoln. Thc vauwty or thc public dcbt of the United States, authorized by law. including debts incurred for fmment of w.k6iors and ooontic3 tor services in sup- PMMIKO tNCURRCCTION OR REBELLION. SHALL M)T be QUtS- noRto." Sec. a, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " f consider u thc ablest fres devoted to the inttr lt c the soldier punished itt the country. i earne6tlv mWlttir IT TO ALL CO9MA0L6 OF THE ORDER." Paul VanDervoort, CowiMMH-mN-Oiitr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, One Dollar per Year. .flBTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in ADVANCE.-MONEY FOSR3E0 OTHCSWWE THAN OY HEOS 70S9 LETTER, POiTAi." MONEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW YORK, Wlti BE AT THT RISK OF THE SENDER, AS ALSO ALL fOSSCRtPriONS PAID TO AGENTS. .HsVRENEWALS. Subscribers can always ascertain THE OATE WHEN THEIR S...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE :' WASHINGTON, D. d, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1832, 5 THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Sad Record of Christmas Crimes and Casualties. THE PITH OF POLITICS. Events at the Capitol and t in the Departments. The annual report of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas L. Casey, Corns of Engineers, U. S. A., engineer in charge of the Washington Monti- inent, shows that at the close of the present season (Decemhor 1. 1SS2. the height of the shaft was 340 feet above the level of the floor of the shaft, showing an increase in height j during the year of ninety feet. Ho says that i if the marble can be obtained from this time forward with the same rapidity as during the past season, the walls. and pyramidion or roof of the 6haft can be completed possibly by July 1, 1SS4, and certainly by the close of working season of 1334. Since the completion of tho foundation in 15S0 tho total load added to tho then existing structure has been 28,355 tons, and the settlement of tho shaft due to this load has ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, TILDKSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. TrjE EDITOR'S T4BLE. A Glance at the Contents of The Tribune's Mail. If the readers of The Tribune could gather aromnl the cditcV's table though, come to 1-hink of it. ive should have to pk.nt that table in the centre of :i thirty-acre field and see what a mountain of letter-? surmounts it, they would no loncer wonder that he cannot find room for them all in The Tribine. And vet he would not for the world have them stop Writing to him. since it is from their letters that he derives that knowledge of their wants which enables him to make The Trib une of such great practical service to them. Now, we suppose there is not a single letter in the pile that now lies before us that docs not contain .somesentiment, or opinion, orstatement of fact that docs not deserve publication, yet wc shall have to content ourselves with simply quoting a line her.- and there and making such comment or reply as may seem to be necessary, ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. I TfjE GRAND pY- Commander-in-Chief VanDervoort and The Tribune Post Elections Nearly every issue of Tiie Tribune con tains a page or more of Grand Army news, covering nearly every Department in the country, and its reports are unquestionably the most comprehensive and accurate that are to be found any where. It is our purpose, however, to make this feature of The Trib TTXE still more valuable, and it was with that object in view that the following letter was written : Office of The National Tribune, Washington, D. C, Dec 20, 1SS2. Paul. Van Dervoort. Commander-in-Chief. G. A. -ff. Dear Comiiaue: It is the desire of The Nation al Tribune to make its weekly review of events in the various Departments of the Grand Army :is eornrjrehensive and comuletc as uorvsible. not sim ply for the greater interest which it will possess for its readers, but for the stimulating ellcct which it will have upon the Order itself, and ...

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