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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL a TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. The National Tribune. (ESTABLISHED 1877.J -. . 't cAe rem nm who has borne the battle, Ako KM KJS V330W AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THC VAtlDiTV OF THE PJE.UC DEDT OF THE UNITED Etatcs, authorized ev law, inclldi dlots incurred for fMMENT OF PENSIONS AN3 BOUNTItS FOR CERVICES IN 6VP FRESttNQ INSURRECTION 0 RfBZLUON. SHALL I.OT BE CUC8- to." Sec , Art. X!V, Constitution of the United fTATES. i consider rr the ablest no oevoteo to the inter xsn of the soldier pubushcj in the country. I earnestly commend it to au conisadts of the ctscr " Paul ValDerxoort, CsuwAwaot-m-CMtcr, S. A. R. i i PUBLISHED .WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. . TERMS OF SUBSCRSPnON Invariably ca'm in A AHOE. WOfcET HWWARCSD OTHERWISE THAN 8V REGIS TERED letter, postal money cross, or raft on New York, will be at the sk of the sender, as also all tuaacaiPTioN paid ra ascts. yRENWAtS. SuascR.oERS can always ascertain THE BATE WHEN THEIR SUBSCRIPTIO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TJUBUIfE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Loss of Life by the Milwaukee and St. Louis Firos. SENATORIAL ELECTIONS. Events at the Capital and in . the Departments. The Senate Military Committeo last Friday morning considered ami ordered to bo favorably reported the Logan bill to increase tlio effi ciency of the army. The bill provides that in time of peace offenders noapunishablo by regi mental or garrison court-martials shall be tried by a summary court consising solely of tho officer second in command, whoso sentence shall bo subject to review by his next superior officer. The number of enlisted men in tho army, including an engineer battalion of 520 men, hospital stewards and 1,000 Indian scouts, is fixed at 30,000. The pay of a private in tho three arms of the service is increased from $13 to $16 per month, and of other men inferior to commissioned officers in proportion. Commis sioned officers at military posts apart from settlem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1SS3. TljE GRAND mi Report s oi Aiusicrs, niccuoiis, lnsiai- lalions, and Camp-Fires. For the sake of convenience, we have classi fied our UnindAruiy news by Departments this irbuk.MO tnatour rca lens can so.' at a gianee what is going on in each. To the announcements of Department Encampments, published last week, the following may now bo added: New llnmp. diire, Lake Village, Feb. 1: Maasachusjtts, Itois. Jan. 29-3Ctb; KenlHcky. Covinuton, Jan. lGth; Nebraska, Lincoln Fib. 20-2ist. Tijc Encampment of the Department of Dela ware was In Id on the 12th inst.. at Wilmington, mid a it port of its proceedings is given below. That of Colorado was hold at Denver on the lOtfi iust.. bat :io report of its proceedings has as yet been received. Advices from National I lead quarters nr. OiUft'wi state that Commander-in-Chief Van 1) rvoirt, a-.T-nnp.miod by Adjiilnnt-Gencral Brown, started east on the 10th hist., with the intention ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. MICHIGAN. Tho Encampment of the Department of the State of Michigan, as already announced, will beheld at Battle Creek to-day and to-morrow, and larragunt Tost, No. 32. of that pla-e, who have the honor of entertaining the delegates and representatives from tho several Posts in the State, have for some time past been making preparations for the event. At the regular meeting of tho Post, held on the -1th inst., tho committee on rations reported that 1100 rations and $341 in cash had been donated lip to that time, and tho territory only about half can vassed. The seating capacity at tab?c will bo 312. It is announced that Commander-in-Chief Paul Van Dervoort and many othors from remote sections will lie present. This evening a grand military ball and banquet will be given at Stewart Hall. Tho following are tho several committees: Executive committee, Pes'; 32, J. C. Hall, J. AW Wood. W. H. Macon, deception committee,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1833. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. Gov. JJuJtcr, Mayor Palmer, Congressman- elect Collins and others were tho guests of the Merchants' Club, Boston, last Saturday night. Gov. Butler made a speech. Tho primary causes of the decadence of American commerce, he said, are the thanges in tho build of shipi from wood to iron and the war of the rebellion, nud the- principal remedy is not in free ships, but in the manner of ruuning tho ships. If Bo-ton wants to maintain her eminence as a commercial port she must nialco connection with the waicr-borno commerce of the United Stater; in other words, tho Hoosac tunnel must join with the Erie canal. "Water-borne com merce is from four ro ciglit times cheaper than any other commerce, and ho appealed to those present to open through ways to tlio great Wof.t. When t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

i i r r, :iS7Z li asf IL .-- S"' F1 ' ." .1 . Tj-- -5?T!t? HM-m- SWBte&JWiS sfeil 'gF5g&a& fsfc "ft rave fire Jam tuno to' Iiontc the Imttle, muX tot W willow and orirtwms." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-1STEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1883. VOL. II-NO. 24.-WH0LE NO. 76. . Wi x .JSsS NXVXJ cvSJivi1 OTdSfi J p "-. T-l VT1 .- " .S. ji s: 1 "3 JTL V-' 'At n - i -nf1" -- -- W( J&rJmg&Jk-i& w GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN Terrible Repulse of Pickett's Charge on Cemetery Ridge. VALLEY OF DEATH. How it Appeared from a Con federate Stand-point. LEE'S SLOW RETBEAT. Meade's Pursuit Termination of the Campaign. Chatter IX. General Longstrcet, in a post-bellum account of tho campaign and battlo of Gettysburg in -which he claims to have urged General Lee to mauceuvro his army so as to act con rtautly on the defensive after describing his attack on Sickles' corps at the Peach Or chard, refers as follows to the assault mado upon the centre on the 3d of July: "I did not sec Gene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

Y TTT r i UUrt I I i u:J ! 1 . .1 lor a in 'I i 1 .1 u- i..t '1 . in it it h ami ' i tvt A, r-tr-t -s i t r rs r a l fcT- ;n iip In!' r i . i . - i ! v ' I - 1 1 'ill' Ml ( ..in n tins ii. in . . .,i - ti i ? ?ir itt rs. I V. !' r'- r ' i i !l'!U t with . ' '-.I I I ' J HI I Kl 1.1 Gol.ini I)i;un (,i IM " i!' lit l i i . ! 'i i' "C t le PI n irti ii nt ' 'I he f ii'dW (!!- .. I n Ti. i. ? t' .IllVP'! i i i' r.i iii mti - ! ii i s I I'll!' 1 '. 1. I .. ihi M i- 1 m i i 1 . t'i THE AliVY ON C'!UTCHr:f i n 1 l I "W '1 ti':u inn- "1 ui. nl'' 1 mis. it .v v: it n.iuit' Jv ! hnj: a i -.., '1 i li III'! ii T ll ' "1 .(. i v f l i- n i i; I ( w 1 1 . . i t i" ii'UI.'i I Til 1 I 'K III. I "I 1 . I r 1, 1 I -lull liu ii t ii ',, t i r null! (Ill I Ill I I -h. i s ..I i l M 11 . Ut 1 -i .ft' I . l.i,i , 1 i ,. i1 1 M 1 - 111 -I ' 'it tit I tl'-lil". . In i k .! IV,. s,i,:. llllll'll .1" ' kls Ull hi I'm i I ' 1 t' i i l ' t'. ll ll ! ii i l 'Ii I. in i r . C . til m 1 -Wit ' 111 t i in .t ! I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

3- V.'' THE NATIONAL TRIBME: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. When fruit trees are planted in rich soils, or in highly cultivated gardens, an immense crop of branches will le produced, but little or any fiuiL Root pruning will tend to check such growths most effectually, and. as a consequence, r. ndcr the trees fruitful. This is in accordance v itli a well known axiom in vegetable physi ology that whatever tends to make trees ovcr lixuriant is opposed to great fruitfulness, and whatever tends to diminish this degreo of luxuriance is favorablo to the production of f overs and fruit. The operation of root prtin ,::g is performed hydiggingout a circular trench :,t a distance of from three to six feet from the stem, according to the size of the tree, and cut ting all the roots that are encountered or can be reached. The soil is thou returned and tho process is completed. This is best when done )! August, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

k, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) ' "tocmk fob hs who has bornc the battle, and rcn KK wtoow amd crwans." Abraham Lincoln. "THE VALIDITY OF TH6 PUOIIC OCOT OF THE U-SITEO jTC8, AUTHQSiZtD CY LAW, INCLUDING DCDTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF PENSIONS AD COUNTir 3 FOR SERVICES IN 8LP- pRCssmo h.sjbstctij., on rcbeluon, spall hot be oucs xiaitEO." Sec , Ajit. XIV, Cowrmmo of the United StATCS. I consider rr the Aeterr papcr cevoteo to the wr- XlOFTHeeOU)ISIIFLIBll8HEO IN THE COUNTRY. 1 CARNE6TLY CSMHEMB JT TO ALL COWUD8 OF TME ORDER." PA'-L VAsDEfirtXMJT, Cowmmoeii-m-Cif, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar pep Tear. X3-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Iwahiablv cash is A3MAWCE- Money forwarded otherwise than by REGIS TERED LETTER, POST . f'DNtV ORDER. OR D3AFT ON New York, will be at the risk cr the sender, as also all SUBSCRIPTIONS PA'D TO AOENT8. flSTRENEVVALS. Subscribers can always ascertain THE DATE WHEN THEIR SUBS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 35, 1883. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Shocking Railway Disaster on the Southern Pacific. 400 LIVES LOST AT i SEA. Invents at tlie Capital and in tlie Departments. 3ir. Garland's bill, introduced in the Senate Monday, to encourage the holding of n cotton o:q06ition in 1SSI, provides that an exposition shail bo held, a time and place to be designated by the executive committee of the National Cot ton Growers'Association, under the management of a boHrd of thirteen persons, to bo appointed by the President on the recommendation of the association and ihe subscribers to the expenses of the exposition, who are to co-operate with a board of commissioners, consisting of one from OHch State and Territory, to be appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Governor of the State or Territory. The National Board of Trade met in this city on the 7th inst. Frederick Fraley was elected president and Hamilton A. Ilill secretary an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

'" -r tntlf f 1 .! THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1833. TIjE GRAND PfY, The Slate Encampments Musters, In stallations and Camp-Fires. The annual Encampments of the Depart ments of 01io, Kentucky, Michigan and 3Iin nsoiawcre hold during the past week, and re ports of the proceedings will he found in tho present issue, also a report of the Colorado Encampment hold on the 10th inst. The next Encampments in order are those of Kansas, Wyandotte, Jan. 25th; Rhode Island, Prori dencc, Jan. 25th; Now York, Troy. Jan. 21 25th; NewJer&cy, Trenton, Jan. 21-25th; and Massachusetts, Boston, Jan. 29-30th. That of the Department of California was held on the 19th and 20th iusts. at San Francisco, hut as yet no report lias hecn received of its proceed ings. Adjutant General F. E. Brown, who ac companies Commander-in-Chief Van Dervoort on his Eastern tour, writes en route from Chi cago that lie has received and forwarded eight .more Titincxi: applicants for Post c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. B rawer was taken prisoner at ilio battlo of Cfaickamaug and succeeded twice in escaping from prison, oneo from Danville and the sec ond time from Audereonville, but in both in htaucos was recaptured. He was on the Sultana when she blew tip, and -was ono of the few wlio escaped with their lives. Comrade Jno. K. Decke writes us : Bailey Post, So. Idl. of Portsmouth, Ohio, is still on top, and destined to continue so. "On Friday evening, the 12th inst., this Post gave the sec ond entertainment of the season at Wilkholmc's ;jK.ra House, at which time the elocutionist, Miss Nella F. Brown, of Boston, gave readings. Net proceeds of this entertainment were 120. The following officers have been installed for the ensuing year: Commander, Col. W. W. Iteilly; S. V. C, Lieut., E. II F.wing; J. V. C, J.ieut.-Col. O. D. Foster; Giiaplam. Jcev. ii. x. J no. K. Deckc. Quigle Post. Kb. 110, was organized at Swan ton, Ohio, on the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 January 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. 8 raf . V-Vi oH t- ? S3f OUTGROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. .Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The attention of General Grant having been called. to llie t,tilem nls of a New York paper 3a Iho effect ilial his object in negotiating the Mexican eo:-niere;al liealy was to so reduce lho a-wnuis of the llexican government as to hwUc it iiupos-'ibb for Uiat gowrnincnt to pay the snbsioies pledged to the railroads now be ing constructed in that country, and thereby plncothem on an equnlity with the (Jotild un sulsidicd nrcn-ctcd ih.o, tlio (ieueral says the statt-montsarr entirely ineorrect; that lie never spoiiv to Mr. Gould npon the subject, and that his belief is that should the treaty bu carried into operation tlu fie"i would be rather to in crease than to diii-inis-h the Mexican revenues by the increa-sed tiade it would develop. The. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

i Ey$$S9r ?&- ------ "0 rsw frv Itxiw whtt to toww ito tattle, itua fitf fcte urtte aud 0rpluxuu., ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. YOL. H-NO. 25.-WH0LE NO. 77. PITTSBUR& Uipii Are the Charges of Surprise True or False? - FACTS REVIEWED. The March of Wallace's Divis ion to Shiloh. HALTED BY ORDER A Review of the Mooted Points by General Alvin P. Hovey. The following address, delivered by General Alvin P. Hovey, at Farragut Post, G. A. R., Evansville, Indiana, on the evening of Jan nary 25th, will be read with 'interest by the survivors of the battle of Pittsburg Landing. General Hovey was promoted for gallant and meritorious conduct from tho position of Colo nel of the Twenty-fourth Indiana volunteer infantry to tho grade of brigadier-general, and subsequently to that of major-general. His account of General Lew Wallace's march from Crump's Landing road to the battle-field throws much-needed light upon that incident in the history ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. E And How that Unpleasant Encum brance was Removed. By Ptank J?. Stockton. Towards tlio close of a beautiful afternoon in caTly snmmer 1 stood on the piazza of the spneious country house which was my home. I hart just dined, and I Razed, with a peculiar comfort and delight, upon tho wide-sprer.diug lawji and the orcliards and groves beyond; and then, walking to the other end of the piazza, I looked out toward the broad pastures, from whvh a fine drove of cattle were leis urely coining homo to bo milked, and toward the fields of grain, whose green was leginning already to be touched with yellow. Involun tarily (for. on principle. 1 was opposed to such feelings) a plcaint sense of possession came over me. It could not bo long hoforo all this would virtually be mine. .About two years boiorc, I had married the nieceof John Ilinckman, the owner of this hue estate. lie was very old, and could not he ex pected to surviv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. RURL TOPICS. Some Practical Su.esiions for Our Agricultural Readers. B. F. J., in the Country Gentleman, says that ilio ient granted ju WcIkt nnd Seovillc, the chemists who have been .so successful in sugar making at Champaien. Illinois, is simply the application of bone black filtering processes to the semi-si M;p af.cr it has bevii del" fated by lime at boiling heat, and then' after reduced in a steam coil heated tank to &V Iiauuic. Tho diiliculiy heretofore in making sugar from sor ghum has been the gum, whirh has resisted every attempt at separation, and the patent covers the iirst successful attempt in that di rection. Bat these eheiaists have also discov ered another impor:ant fart in defecation. When the juice, after b.-iug defecated in the ordiimry manner, is introduced to a elos vessel -mA subjected to steeni at C'UC, a nearly rom ilrt tb'fecatien takes place, part of which is supposed to be due to the...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1383. The IONAL B (Established 1877.) ', "TO CASE KW HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AWO FOfl HIS waow ah oupkans." Abraham Lincoln. "THE VALIDITY OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UM7ED STATBB, AUTHORIZES BY LAW, INClt'DIHe OCCT9 INCURRED TOR PWMENT OF FENSSOWS ANO GOUH.TICS FOR SERVICES IN 8UP FKESMNG INSURRECTION OB REBELLION, SHALL HOT BE QUC3- TiONEO." Sec. 4, Aar. XIV, Constitution of the United S.TATES. " I CflttttBGR IT THS ASLCflT WPER DEVOTED TO THE NTER- e etc of the 80ldicr published !l the country. i earnestly commend it to all comrades of the order. ' Paul VanDcrvoort, CouwAxocft-wt-Ctacr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar pep "Year. -E3TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION -Invariably cash in advance. Money forwardeo otherwise than by recis tek8 ittttr, postal money order, or draft on new York, whj. be at the iusk of the sender, as also all eubscwptions paid to agents. 8S-RENEWALS- Subscribers can always ascertain THE DATE WHE?I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Two Exciting Explosions in the Streets of New York. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Events at the Capital and in the Departments. The naval appropriation bill, as it passed the House on the 25th ulL, changes tho grado of midshipman to ensign, and the grade of master to that of lieutenant. Tho midshipmen and ensigns now on the list shall constitute a junior grade of tho respective- ranks to which they be long. On the subject of promotion tho bill con tains the following proviso: "That hereafter all the vancaucies which shall occur in tho various grades of the line or stall of tho navy shall be filled by promotion as follows : For each two vacancies there shall be one promotion in each of the lower grades until Mich grade shall be reduced below tho numbers fixed by tho provisions of the act of August 5, 1SS2." The bill abolishes the grade of commodore, but no commodore now in the service is to bo re duce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

-s TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. TTJE GRAND JjRJJY. Proceedings of Six Deparimcnt Encamp menis The Record of New Posts. Our Grand Army columns arc again crowded with interesting news this week. Among the Fpecial features are reports of the annua) En campments of the following Departments: Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey. Mary land, Kansas, and California. That of Massa chusetts was held at Boston on Monday and Tuesday last, the Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Illinois Encampments took place yesterday, and the New Hampshire Encampment will convene to-day. Among those announced for the near future are the following: Maine, Auhurn, Feh. Sth; Vermont, Bennington, Feh. S-.nih: Nebraska, Lincoln, Feb. 20-21st, and Oregon, Portland, Feb. 22d. It will be noticed that active steps arc being taken to build up the Order in New Mexico, and it is probable that at no distant day that Territory will bo organized into a separate Department. Com-mxnder-in-Chi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. to lie placet! at rest in his silent tomb. This Post is, as Comrade Graham aptly put it, " tho oldest, son of Henry W. (Yessey Post," it lomg the first Post they have agisted in organizing. It was mustered December 30, 1SS2. by Com rade C. K. Eririu, Commander of Henry W. Cressey Post, of Tomah, assisted by comrades eo. f trahaiii. J. A. Wells, Geo. Robinson, L. II. .Spooner, E. L. Bolton and a few others of the same Post. Arthur D. Hamilton Post, No. 00, was organ ized in Milton, Wis., on the JOth nit., by S. C. Cobb, Commander of W. H. Sargent Post, of .Tanesville, assisted by the members of that Post resident in Milton. Hamilton Post starts with a charter membership of twenty-throe. Additions will soon be made which will raiso its membership to forty at least. The ofiicers are as follows : Commander, E. F. Wielef ; .S. V. C, Alf. IX Burdick; J. V.C., K. W. Tanner; Adj't, A. Dclos Burdick ; Q. 31., A. O. Gilford; ...

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