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

8i THE jStAT10tAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. OCR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The mliiirlmn homos of the railroad anil lo nanzii kiiiSA of San Fr.incico are chiefly in the San Jose Valley, which extends .south from the city, not far Jrom the coast, but separated from it by a ranse of hills. The showy places are .scattered along the railroad for a distance of forty miles. That of 1). O. Mills, who is no longer a CaJifornian. except for a few months of the year, is called Milbrae. The house is like a palace in size and external ornamentation, hut is built of wood, as are all the others in the valley, on account of tln dread of earthquakes. Further along is Jlchnont, where Jtalstou, the unfortunate manager of the J.ank of California, used to entertain strangers and friends alike -with lavish hospitality. This property is in the hands of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

Jg "foj aw fav Hiw wlta to twits fte little, ami for Wjst widow mul orpluu." T3 ESTABLISHED 1377 .-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D..CL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. YOL. II-NO. 21 -WHOLE MO. 73. GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN The First Day's FigM at Wilkes Ens. THE FIRST COKPS STSADY Tlie Eleventh Corps Driven ThToiigh Oxettysbiirg'. ON CEMETERY RIDGE Formation of the Lines of Battle on Both Sides Chaptek VI. "Meantime, Robinson's division remained for awhile in reserve on the" Seminary Ridge; but almost simultaneously with the arrival of these re-enforccnients the advance division of I. well's Corps, under General Rodee, came in from the direction of Carlisle, and, swinging round under cover and uuperceived, seized 3 ji.oition menacing the right of the Union line. This brought a heavy pressure to hear on that flank, held by Cutlers command, and to relieve It Rob.nson's division was moved forward from ti.e Seminary. First, Baxter's brigade of this division took position on the right of Cutler, renting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. P FIRST FEB A. Leaf from the Ditiy of a Young Physician. i. I four I am not saying anything very origi ns! when I mention that my father ww a poor clergyman. There are hundred of poor clergy ; naturally their sons can be reckoned by thou sands. I know there were thirteen of us, and how we all managed to find standing room in our small North Country vicarage seems a itmr vel to me when I look back ujon that time of growing up. And then the struggle to settle the professions of eight sons. Mine was, how ever, soon fixed upon. My aunt's husband, a Scotchman and an JL D. in a country town, said he would bring mo up io his profession, pro vided I eventually became his partner, and in this manner repaid him the cost of my educa tion. The proposal sounded well; anyhow, it was accepted. But, ah ! (ho realization was differ ent, lie never praised nio when I worked my eolf almost to death in order to pass brilliant examinatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D.' 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. S ) RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. As a termination to the perioral operations involved in the culture and care of all valuable plant, and all those not entirely hardy, against :t winter of great severity, attention should be directed towards affording them some protec tion. The best method of protection to plants which can be so treated is to lay them prostrate and cover them with soil. Tender roses -can e;.sily be pegged down on the surface and cov ered. Ileavy coverings are not nocesary ; tho object is to guard against exposure to drying, freezing winds, and a covering one inch in depth will be sufficient. This covering may consist of rotted manure, sand, &C In this manner jrapes may be protected, and ripened shoots of 3Igs may lie safely put through the winter, if tho soil covering is supplemented by a layer of leaves or strawy litter. Even tho hardiest plants will res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE 3STATI0ITAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. .0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1833. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CARE FOR HIM WHO MM BOHNC THC DATTLE, AND TOfl HM wtoow aho odPHAM."-Abraham Lincoln. "TH VALIDITY OF THt PU8UC DCBT OF TH UNITED TATW, AUTHOHttEO BY LAW, INCLUDING DSRTS IfcCUftftCD FOR fCMT OF PChMONS ANO BOL'NTIEC F03 KJMGC8 IN SUP PWUtNG WSURHCCTIOK Oft PEBCLUON, SHALL NOT HE OUC- tfamo." Sec. , Abt. XIV, Constitution of the United State. "l COfcWDtR IT THC ABLEST MKR OCVOTEO TO THC HUEfi t6T6 OF TOE OUXeRMnUtSHEI IN THE COUNTRY. 1 EAftMCSTLY COMMONS IT TO ALL COMfUDU OF THE ORDER." Paul VanDewt, CowMNWHi-tN-CMer. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar -per "Year. JTEBM6 OF SUBSCRlPTIONltft'AmABiY cash in awanc. Money touwasdeo othehwwe than by ncais- Tf8 lETTEU, POSTAL HONEY ORDER, OR BAFT ON NEW Y6WC, WILL BE AT THE RISK OF THE SENDER, AS ALBO ALL SlMMCWTtONS PAID TO AGENTS. 4fiRENEWALS. Subscriber can always ascertain THE DATE WHEN THEIR SUBSCRIPTION WILL EXPIRE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. S THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Death of the Hawaiian Minister at the President's Reception. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Events at tlie Capital and in the Departments. Tho vote by -which tho Pendleton civil Bor- Ivice bill paseea uu Jseua; on tne xtw uiu lis as loiiows: leas .Messrs. Ajuncn, aiu- km, Anthony, Bayard, Cameron of Pa., Janerou of Wis., Chilcott, CoeRrell, COJce, iCongtr, Davis ol- 111., Davis ol of W. Va., Edmunds, Frye, Garland, George, Cxtrman. Goome, Harrison, Hawley, JLiul. Ho..r, Jackson, Jones of Fls., Jones of New, Slrun tr, Laphaui, Logan, Miller of Cal., Miller fcu 2s. V., Morrill, Pendleton, Piatt, riumo, FPc-lins, Seweli, Vest, Walker, Windom. 39. Nas Messrs. Crown, Call, Jonas, McPherson, l rynles for tho appointment of a commission tOi three members, not more than two or wnom Lire to belong to the same party. The commis- cn is to designate examming committees alter gcrr u,unou witn uie uatnnet omcor, cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. TJjE EDITOR'S TBLE, A Glance at the Contends of The Tribune's Mail. The Tribute's mail keeps on increasing, and Monday brought us nearly, if not quite, one thousand letters. To publish them all would be, of course, a physical impossibility, and the editor must content himself, therefore, -with making a few brief extracts from such as seem to him most likely to interest his readers. It mil So seen that they nearly all speak in glowing terms of the Tkibuxe and contain pledges of substantial support. And now, with out further waste of precious space, lot us glanco at the Jotters themselves. " 1 have been a subpcriber to Tun Tnimr.vn for a your, and hojie that my name may Iks nlwas on your roll. Out West here we are just as willing to fall into line as ever. "We have orgnnizci n O. A. K. Post with a meiutarshipof '26, ami hope toswell it io 100 toon. I have lieen tliinkiiif while writing that it is now over 20 years mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHETCTOiSr, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. Jf GRAND ,pY, Opening the New Year With Brilliant Prospects The Tribune Honored. The New Yew opens auspiciously for the Grand Arm v. Great Activity seems to prevail in nearly every Department, and Commander-in-Chief Van Dervoort's expectation that ono fcu-.idrcd thousand recruit will 1 raftered in o the Order before the close of his adminis tration bids fair to he fully realized. During the present mouth the officers elected in De cember will be installed, and in many of the Detriments the Annual Encampments will be lcM. It will be seen by reference to the fol lowing order from National Headquarters, that Commander-in-Chief Van Dervoort has ap po'nUd the publisher and proprietor of The Teibune one of his aides-de-camp Htuqcaktbks Okasi) AnatY ok thr Rktoblic, Union Block, cor, rifteeuthaud Farnamsts., Omaha, Nkb., December 21, MSU. General Orders, No. 7. I. The followiiijc-nanied comrades are hereby appointed Aido...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 January 1883

8 THE tfATlOtfAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial. Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Business Centres. A Chicago stock-yard synilicato has com pleted the purchase of the " 0. L." breed of cattle and the range of L. B. Harris, tho for mer owner and banker of .San Angelinc. D. C. Wagner and John Darlington Have just re turned from Texas, where they took possession of the ranch. Tho property consists of a woll WHtered range of about 50 square miles, includ ing about; 10,0(K) acres inclosed in breeding pastures, 15,000 licad of cattle, with horses, &c Sir. Harris was onu of the iirst to introduce blooded stock cattle into Texas. The Chicago syndicate was recently organized under the laws of Illinois as the Chicago and Texas Cat tle Company, and is composed of the following well-known live-stock men: Isaac Waixel, D. C. Wagner, W. M. Darlington, W. II. Eeed, S. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

F ijf n or t&xt fry !um who to fomw ite tattle, anil fox hl$ wi&m m orptonus. ESTABLISHED lSTT-NEW SERIES. AYASnETGTOff, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. YOL. II NO. 22 -WHOLE NO. U. J Longstreet's Assault Upon Sickles' Corps. THE PEACH OKCHAHD. Terrific Kgliting "by tlie Third and Eiffcli Corps. LITTLE ROUND TOP. Caldwell's Division of Han cock's Corps Engaged. Chapteb VII. While these movements were taking place on the left of the Union lino preparations were in progress on the Confederate side for a simul taneous assault upon the right, centre, and left of the position occupied by General Meade. Orders to this effect were issued by General Lee about noon. General Lee says in hi3 report : " The enemy held a high and commanding ridge, along which ho had massed a large amount of artil lery. General Ewell occupied the left of our line, General Hill the centre, and General Longstreet the right. In front of General Longstreet the enemy held a position from which, if he could ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1883. JilETTEMfflTION, . A Simple Story of Woman's Love ami Scif-Sacriiiee. 3 Jfr. X Shrjfcy Tottr. Mass Glcufiower had boon a guest at Glen Alder for hardly a month, yet all tho men in that pleasant little village were wild over her. She was certainly very beautiful; sho had a wonderful charm of manner; she dressed in tho most exquisite taste. Was it strange that sho carried everything before her? Her admirers thought that the very cowslips and crocuses, the jasmines ami honeysuckles, had never be fore blpssoined in such profusion and perfection of beauty; she carried summer with her wher ever she went, it was said ; so much of warmth, and beauty, and brightness went with her was Indeed a part of her very self. With her own sex sho was not so popular. Some envied Lcr beauty, some her city man ners, and socio her line dresses: and spoke, at least, behind her back, disparagingly of her, in coHsequcnce. Others professed to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Onr Agricultural Readors. It Is sometimes argued that it is "wasteful to apply manure on land during the winter months when the ground is frozen, because it cannot be covered, and therefore suffers great loss by exposure. Wo consider that it is very gener ally understood that the loss from manure cpread on the surface months before plowing is very slight, indeed. On the other hand, it has often been verified that better crops are pro duced on land which had been covered with manure for some time before plowing than on portions where the manure was plowed in as Boon as it was spread. The loss sustained from manure lying on the eurfaco is mainly in tho escape of ammonia, and as this results from fer mentation, its production is not apparent in cold weather in manure spread on the ground. The only loss which may become of any importance will bo in tho caso of heavy rains whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. -The National Tribune. (Established 1S77.) ' TO CAM FOR HW HO HAS BOfWiE THE S.TTtI, AN3 FOR HIS WMW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LlfcCOLN. "the vauwty of thc pubuc debt of the United States, authorized by law, including dests incurred for paymtkt of pensions and bounties for services ik 8up pressing insurrection or rebeu.ion, shall not be ques twheo." Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Uniteo States. " i o00er it thc astest paper devoted to the inter ims of the soldier published in the country. ! earnestly C0MtJD IT TO Alt COWADCS OF THC ORDER." Paul.VanDervoort, CoMiMNKK-ih-Cmer, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. JS97ERmS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invawasly cash in awance. Money forwarded otherwise than by rcgm tereo tctter, postal money order, or draft on new York, mi be at the risk cf the sender, as also all &UB8CR.PTIONS PAID TO AGENTS. RENEYAi.S. Subscribers can always ascertain THE OATE WHEN THEIR SUBSCR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. 5 THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Huge Rebbry of the Tennessee State Treasury. A HOTEL HOLOCAUST. Brents at the Capital and in the Departments. The Internal revenue bill was reported to the Bonate on the 4th inst. It embodies the in ternal revenue bill which passed the House at the last session, the tariff schedules adopted by the committee, the Morrill bill to provide a better system for the trial of customs-revenue cases, and the Sherman bill to regulate the collection of customs duties. It provides for the repeal of tho tar on the capital and de posits of banks, and the abolition of tho stamp tax on bank checks, drafts, orders and vouchers, end the tax on matches, perfnmory and medi cal preparations on and after July 1, 1833. The bill provides that after July 1, I3S3, the tax on muff and manufactured tobacco shall be V2 cents a pound. Among the it-ems in the tariff tchedule in which changes aro made from tho existing rat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. en TrjE EDITOR'S TBLE, A Glance at (he Contents of The Tribune's Mail. The editor s tabic is over-weighted -with let ters, and some of his correspondents will doubt Ices be disappointed to find that their questions remain unanswered. But that cannot very well be helped at present. We shall perhaps be ablo to devote more space to the publication of their communications when tho contemplated en largement of The Tribune is effected, but mcauwhilo they must content themselves with i'io assurance that we appeeiate tho interest i'wh they display in The Tribune's Avork, anei are grateful for the zeal which they mani msb in building up its circulation. Here are a mv- of the letters on the editor's table : 44 I cncloe six dollars for six new subscriptions lcsiles mv own. I Micest iliat il" Mrs. Nathan Clause ha. not vet been able to renew her s-iib-onp-tion the Jkvs each contribute something towards tending her a free copy. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. TtjE GRAND PJY. ,. i . Department Encampments Post Mus ters, Elections and Installations. Our Grand Army column3 this week contain fresh and interesting news from noary every Department, and tho indications all point to a continuaace of the active interest which ha3 lately been manifested in the growth of the Order. The annual Department Encampments have been fixed for tho latter jMirfc of January and boginniug of February, and they promise to be largely attended. Tho following is a partial list of tho linio and places at which they will convene: Maine, Auburn, Feb. Sth ; Vermont, Benning ton, Feb. S-9th; Rhode Island, Providence, Jan. 25th; Connecticut, Hartfort, Jan. 31st; New York, Troy, Jan. 24-25th; New Jersey, Trenton, Jan. 25-26th; Pennsylvania, Wilkos barrc, Jan. 31st-Feb. 1st; Delaware, WTilniington, Jan. 12th; Ohio, Youngstown, Jan. 17-3 Sth ; Michigan, Battlo Creek, Jan. lbtk: Illinois, Danville, Jan. 31...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. -8- m QW GROWING COUNTRY? Ifs Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, awl Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres.- The bill introduced in the House by Mr. An derson, of Kansas, to create a postal telegraph of tlie United Slates, "provides that the Gov ernment shall issue bonds to the amount of $3,000,000. redeemable in twenty years and pay able in thirty years, and that at the expiration of ten rears there shall be sot aside from tho earnings of the telegraph $300,000 to form a sinking fund for the payment of the bonds." Tho bill provides that there shall be a uniform rate of twenty-live cents per message 01 ieu j words or less.'and twenty-live cents for every j additional ten words. It contemplates that there shall be a telegraph postal omce :u every poslofiice where there is a carrier system, and that there may be one at any ollico where tho postmaster can give a suffi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

II" If 1ti1ir w cra t-Stej&'irs'Br-si "&o raw fry Itim ivlx0 te torus ito Iraiilc, Hurt fot tu nitlour nua 0rpta&" ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. Washington, d. a, Thursday, January is, isss. YOL. E-ffO. 23 -WHOLE NO. 7o. Mjr GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN Repulse of Hood's Division at Hound Top, ON CULP'S HILL. Defeat of Johnson by the Twelfth Corps. ASSAULT ON THE CENTRE. Tarriflo Cannonading Followed by Pickett's Charge. chapteb vni. Allusion has already been mado to tho action of tho Pennsylvania Beserves on the 2d day of July. General S. W. Crawford, commanding tho Third division, Fifth Army Corps, gives the following interesting description of tho opera tions of his command on that occasion. After referring to tho order of General Sykcs to move to the left, ho says: "I received orders at once to mass my troop3 upon the right of a road running through our lino near our left flank, and which, descending a rocky slope, crossed a low marshy ground in front to a wheat field lying b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. "SWEETEST EYES" An Artist a Model a Sewing-Girl, aiu! a Wcdflag. ly Addaide Martmm. Oft a. certain afternoon, in the month, of Sep t&nbex. Mr. Hamilton Earle might have been discovered, seated before an easel, in an attitude oppressive of the deepest dejection. The half finished picture in front of him seemed to have filled the artist with nothing hut utter disgust. Perfectly mot ionic ho sat there, his elbows justing on his knees, and his head buried in his Itanda. So btiil ana quiet was he, that he did not at first hear footsteps coming up the stairs. They were heavy, manly footsteps, hut they moved leisurely, and a gay voice beguiled the "way by warbling a eacerful and enlivening air: " Bob up serenely." The singer apparently was m!f-way up now. "Bob up serenely."' lie placed his foot on the la&t step. " 13ob up se xanel from belowJ,' he finished, as he pushed the door open, without taking tho trouble ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. a RURiJL TOPICS, Soma Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. Whcthtr orchards of fruit trees should be kept plowed and pulverised, or kept in sod, ia a frequent topic of discussion in farmors' and fruit growers' meetings, and as each discusses the subject from his own standpoint, the con clusions are generally conflicting. Tho object in planting fruit trees is. of course, to produce fruit. That treatment will there fore bo considered proper which maintains tho trees in a healthy fruiting. condition; and whether, in order to maintain this required condition, it is best to cultivate the soil or best to lay it down in grass, will altogether depend Upon attending circumstances. It is well known that manuring and cultiva ting the soil aro favorable to tho growth of plants; both arc necessary when tho maximum of vigor is required. It ia also equally well known that the greatest vigor of growth is not always ...

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