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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. The National Tribune. Established 1877.) to care fob him who has corne the battle, and for js widow and orphans." adhaham lincoln. "the validity of the puduc debt of the united States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensjons and bounties toh 6ervices in 8up fressing in&ufirectdn or hcdel1.10n, shall not oe que6 iioned." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United &TATCS. i consider it the ablest faper devoted to the inter ests of the soldier published in the country. i earnestly commend it to all comrades of the oroefl." Paul VanDervoort, Covkanbeb 11 Chief, G, A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in advance. Money forwap.ded otherwise than by hegis tebed letter, postal money order, or draft on new York, will be at the risk of the sender, as also all subscriptions paid to agents. -C3-RENEWALS. Subscribers can always ascertain the dat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. ' i THE NEWS OF THE' WEEK. Scvcnty-fivc Lives lost by a Mine Disaster in Illinois. THE WESTERN FLOODS. Events at tlie Capitol and in the Departments. Tlie Jeannettc board of inquiry has submitted its report to tlie Secretary of the Navy. The hoard finds that the Jcannctlc (formerly the ?andora) was a staunch vessel, although her model was not specially adapted to such ser vice. The delay caused by her want of speed nnd her search along the Siberian coast for the Swedish exploring jdiip Vega put her com mander at great disatvantagc when ho en countered the pack too early in September in the vicinity of Herald Island. He was obliged either to return to some port to the southward and pass the winter or to force his way through the ice to Wrangcl Laud. The board justifies Lira in accepting the latter alternative. The narrrtivc of events as given by tlie report has heretofore been published. The skill, pru dence and for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 February 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: -WASHINGTON, p. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. TIJE GRAND PJY. The Commander-in-Chiefs Record of Work Department News. Commander-in-Chief Tan Dcrvoort aud Adjutant-General F. E. Brown have returned to National Headquarters. Omaha, from their tour of inspection in the East, well pleased with the evidences of prosperity everywhere manifest. General Van Dcrvoort writes us that lie has visited all Departments east of the Mississippi River twenty-four in number and but seven California, Dakota, -Iowa, Utah, Oregon, "Washington Territory, and Kentucky still remain to be inspected. Since he assumed command, General Van Dcrvoort has traveled 2G,9S3 mile?. Tho Oregon Encampment meets to-day at Portland. The Indiana Encampment is an nounced to take place at Indianapolis on tho 2Sth of March. During tho last week instructions and blank applications for Post charters have been for warded to the following: Win. A. Bartlctt, Blandford. llampden county, Mass. : C Smith, Lau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 February 1883

TUB NATIONAL TRIBUNE- WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. FATE. OF 4 MONSTER m Arrest Trial, and Execution of Com mandant Wirz, of Andersonville. Tho story of the arrest, trial and execution of Commandant Wirz. the monster of Andcrson villc, is a striking illustration of the truth of the old adage that "justice travels with a leaden heei, but strikes with an iron hand." The man who gloried in his power to torture his fellow-men, and took a fiendish delight in their sufferings, was destined to feel the pangs of captivity himself and expiate his crime upon the gallows. The circumstances of his arrest were as fol lows : The military convention between Sher man and Johnston having .been signed April 2G, ISCto, and the rebellion being virtually atan end, Wirz, who was. still in command at Ander son villc, became solicitous for his personal safety, and addressed tho following letter to Major-General "Wilson, which was delivered to him at his headquarters at Macon by a Union ofi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 February 1883

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON',1. D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports froni Leading Business Centres. The announcement has already hcen made of the abandonment of the plan for organizing a fast steamship line of Aniericau-lmilt vessels to ply between this country and Great Britain, -which excited so much attention -when first made public about a year ago. The intention was to have vessels start from Fort Pond Bay, at the easterly cud of Long Island, and go to 31iIford Haven. Passengers were to be con veyed in swift express trains from New York to Fort Pond Bay, and from MiJford Haven to London -was to occupy less than six days. It is stated, however, that the route which the American Express Lino was to have used, from Fort Bond Bay to Milford Haven, is to be utilized by the recently organized British and American Express Steamship Company, lim ited, whose ...

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

( Vi f mmmm "0 avc fov turn xvlia tot.$ Xiovnc tfifrtmtttc, nnrt for W$j uittoiv amt ovirtwttg." ESTABLISHED 187T.-jStEW SERIES'. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. VOL. II-NO. 29.-WHOLE NO. 81. x?lPi d?S? ST J 1!ZsMKSm&t THE WAR ipE WEST. m View of the Political Situation in Kentucky. CAMP DICK ROBINSON". Establishment of the First Mil itary Camp. KENTUCKY NEUTJLLITY. How it Affected the People of the State. Chapter I. For many years previous to the rebellion, the estrangement between the North and theSouth, having its root in slavery, had been fostered by political demagogues, until party and church divisions were based, in a great measure, upon the line that separated the free from the slave States. A planlc in a political platform or an utter ance of the Church which expressed only a luke warm tolerance of slavery was construed into an attack upon the institution, and roused a spirit of antagonism among its devotees simi lar to that excited in the breast of a faithf...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 18S3. BOTY'S ADVENTURE, .. , A-ijfonVirafeg to Masgucmdcrs k Ma& Attire. Afssr runnings flight of carpetlcs stairs, and Bitn nt lig barricade of d ry-goods lioxes. it was tike stcnping over the thr jshoid of Pnra-die-tocr fiat czv lit Jo sitting-room. A jt--.sha4 4 Um was softly fen mine on the tabk a-4d Ciir-fiwwd girl r.ui h r fingers over ti)ftik n-iccpvoliiitg a km. wvt melody. Tw jriii MJ pfouio was one in the house yit!i 'm viyaIM unt and two servants; for lijcv h.A :u-t n;ov;d in a ft n days belore, and theVc .t of Hiv tovzWv bad not yet arrived. ' wit fMk-mu room habitable," she tad-soi-l. So the i-ictan-s awl books were un lMckyduh;ui rictar.aud a cozy refuse was cotTiv; in lav n.ii4t of the general chaos. Miss la ?re waiving on the lounge, with hst-s-ro n beewe "her eyes and tin patter of the rt.n on th windows w.i tm only varia tion of .h- n-usbr, except a-i owasional p.Ki'.ul- ug dvw fit .irs, the sw ish -sW...

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

0 3 THE NATIONAL , TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Surest ions for Our rtrv Agricultural Readers. The truffle is .1 subterranean fungus which grows a few inches below the surface of the ground, and is collected by the aid of swine and dogs which arc educated to scent it out and indicate its presence by scraping or point ing to the spot where it may be found. Tru files are globular and vary in sie, sometimes weighing one pound and upwards; some are black in color, with an uneven, rough, warty outface- and a variously marbled, firm, fleshy Interior. One species, Tuber xsiimm, is found in Britain and is about the size of a walnut. Another species. Taher mclanospoiinn, is largely produced and consumed in France, is richly trentcd and of superior flavor. A third species, Tuber magtmt'tm, is known as the Picdmontese truffle, and is the most celebrated of all. Truf fles constitute a much esteemed luxury. They are used, like the mushroom, in ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRFBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH I, 18&3. The Nat.m Tribute. (ES" I HIM '. r rTTLF, AND FOU hi- Fl T .,: " - '- I . ! 1 . '. TLY c . -.u -' t . . - " '.T. c (j. A. H P L IJ I- I S . I L U Y i- ii K L, Y. - O- E' . .i i r V .'ir. x ti "- OF - ' T: ;- -- M CAH IK AC , . r - , i . ..u.s- jE r i i s Ni Y - - V 5 ' L.U AU. Ml f " i,.! ..ALS. ' " a,,; "r"TAi. -lj , - , , . L .'11 01N, T , K . 7, . VW ICM i$ TM '- - -7 C '- -' 1h!- L81 IS1 : '- X. Ar,..3LS . - i c a ,rp A3 Of, , , "3. I , , -H l , l ALL CASC6 CIV T. A. .Ct rw . -i mi. a Oh ' - rt!rioN, Ml . A JI.lv I -, - A ' JLD MAT TE . - I- t.S ' A- Av 1-FCtlVE Pri 7 '- -v V. -i . : SI - u th; taper X..-Ar Ct.T.Mr . ,' -.- Va-.' A..ATF LI'.e) 10 1 - - .li-.l. 0-- "-a- -'-..-. i;sir.3. 20C. i . E. T E "5 i i"'.T. CI5- COUMT, ,M-six . rrK ctM. u. count; riFTV-T. i .HONS i- ll7. C.tkCUSiT. ADDRESS AU. Uettebst- The National Tribune, 615 FrrECNT - St.. V.v h:gton, D. C. HI " wftM?Q. - ; ' C JSCvA&3 TCR The Na...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C-, THURSDAY, MARGE 1, 1883. 5 THE NEWS OE THE WEEK. A. Dismal Accord of Disasters by Sea aid Land. OUTBREAK OF CONVICTS. Events at tlie Capitol and in. tJie Departments. The majority reporl cf the Select Committee ow the improvement of the Mississippi was sub jttitted to the House. Th committee describes ile plan of the Mi-ssisssnpi River Commission t be th's : FinL to bring the low waters of the river within a narrow channel, not exceeding 3,500 feet, and, second, to so restrain the flood -waters of the river within defined boundaries as to inak? them conform substantially with the low-water channel. By concentrating the low waters it is expected to increase their depth, and by confining the flood-waters it is expected to increase the sconrin? capacity of the stream at high water and thereby aid in improving the low-water navigation. The whole thing turns on the possibility of accom plishing this undertaking, and the committee is not satisfied ...

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

; fn A 6 TIJE GRAND ARfcJY, Activity All Alone; the Line-Encampments. Camp-Fires and Musters. Adjutant-General Brown writes us from Rational Haul quarters at Omaha, acknowledg ing the receipt of applications for Post char tors, forwarded by Thk Tmblwe, from the following: A. Weinschenk, Bellcvue, Iowa: G. JL Standard, Lexington, Mich. ; Geo. Rose broolc, By Spring, Ohio; A. H. Franklin, PKvant 3Iouut, tto., and Joseph Farlin, Arcadia, "Wis. During the past week an appli cation signed by forty-two ex-soldiers for a Post at Saraniic, Clinton county, X. Y l-a"5 heen for warded to headquarters, and blank applications have been furnished in response to requests from subscribers at theibllowiugplaces: Frank ford, Mich.; Chesaning,3I:ch.; Equinunk.Pa.; Walnut Prairie, 111.; Wapello, Iowa ; Winches ter, HI.; Ncedmore,Ind.; Lura,Kan.; Sprinkles Mills, 0. Tin: Tninuxn has been notified of the appointment of the following corrcspond t.its: C. W. Putnam, Post No. 10, Worcester, Mass.; W. G. Gal...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. SCENES AT CpP FORD m Reminiscences of Prison Life "Within - the SlocMc at Tvler. Texas. Iu TMjtottsc lo numerous requests Ave publish, this reek..a-sketch of Crnap Ford, Tyler, Tex&3, together with extracts from the testimony txk'eti by the investigating committee of the Fortieth OongTCfs eouccriiing the management of that Southern prison pen. Cfemp Tyler, loaded about fix miles from Tyler, in Texan. was inchi-ed by a Mwkade. It embraced oh Mvn of .bout mx acres. It wa Mf! a prison in 1HW and J.'!. Thre wore at cms time in 1J-61 Ave tlM":i!t5 prisoners at thi. jkhiU. There was n dcad-iim- ii'i-e,: feet from the Moc-kiwlc. which had (HMplN-.r. marked bvafnrrow. but it v. as ioii oblit erated by lhv rain. The testimony sdmws tliai j Use guard - w-re icix lo mcirowu wiwihhi w hi when a in. n was uros tins i::-.aguiry line, ami umuv wcii- rJiot wlien .ifty feet trom the stockade. Thepri"o:i u midcr several ccrtunjHiid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1883

8 TIIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D.IC, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its . Indusirial, Commercial, Railroad. and Agricultural Dcrclopmcnl. FINANCE AND TRADE. Late t Reports from. Leading Business Centres. TV i initio rial jrrmvlii ol llto United Stales, adv1'(imi tiv the 1u.f1 ciuisu. is mi intrrcfitiiJR sti. 1 fli numhcroriuanufHt-turing cstnblisli- xx.i t ai is.j wn 12.5,025). Ton yours later thix 1 inrtvaHed to 140,i:i:j. n the next Avri ih.- number advanced to 252,1 -Si5, but b - i lw7 awl l.NrtD tli0 iiKTcaso was hardly 1 '. "ii.tli" number in lfet?) being 25.'!,H10. A ii r. nt rate of inn-caw is shown in tbt a-1 "' l mpiui cui:dovl. in jKu it was . ' r.l, incioain i l.(W!),.i.Vf71."i in i-i l- li-. 'tilling aainlKtvi'4.'ii lStWaml 170, to 11: --.TW. Thtvreon IKTOainl InrOil in ir t 1 ' .T.f0,22:j.7. The sbo-is and ui.n.iu f. . rue cHintovuicut in 18."!) to !'.,7! to-L - ih) Inwl increased in number by tlio r J-'j l" 1,-H J,2Pi, ami by IT-) to 2,:j.iH'i. In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

I dfSBSF i s- z- .ilfe IttTl -i" TPK t " " . K(, i....-. v mr , - 7 n5!': "E rave fov Mm u'Uo tow Dovnc ilto tmtitc, nua fox W uiitow una ovnluutf." SW WASHINGTON, 1). 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. VOL. II-NO. yO.-WHOL ESTABLISHED 1S77.-N15W SERIES. r"N " Kfl - .-n- - . jArtj; ..,l iiik- !WaVHftiftC-AkKtCf.t&fttA' - iiX',n" "3i vr.n T.uikHiiirva i, v"'. .-v-Wff. AMicr. i . .j. -"- 'PflW;rHr;orfKr?VI rVi - -. Sr b::.E " l.lHl ,lli .Is. ljjljyvc---' Cji PROFS CAVALRY. ,i - - Operations on the Tcnncssco River Below Pulaski. FOOTffiS'rB ADVAjStCJS. Schoflokr Rctront Socurod lo Columbia. A VALUABLE PAPJDft From Iho Personal Momolra or General Mornco Cnpron. lTpon tho full of Atlanta tny hrigadgo com Irtimsl of the following logiiuonts and parts of regiments, to wit,: The FeiurWcnth icgimonl liifiioiRcavfiiry, Flgbth u'uncut Michigan env nlry, Fifth roiciiiioiit Indiana cavalry, Twelfth rciiimnil Kentucky envnlry,Hixtcciith regiment Illinois cavalry having served tlirotifslt tho Af Ihi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

TEE -NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. C If FOOL FOR LUCK, M Ifow a Ecplalion for Wealth led lo Woallh Itself. "Nothin can be done without money, said George, peuishlv; "J had a su'endid project in my head, btti nobody will lWon to such a poor follow its I.' , A ,, . , Wo were three friends, met together to bc--tvaii the riqorW fortune. Our lamentations, however, (nu-fc&he turn llu-y usually take among maiinuioiis whose age does not exceed twenty ye irseai'i. "And I," ki:i1 Albert, "haw finished a work whieh wou'd do eredit to my reputation, eould I only find a publisher willing to undertake the expenses or printing. ..,,,, , - "1 ask-d oar principxl. added he, to in crease miv salarv, after four years of aasidu , cnrvVv ud he answered that of such i vt .- - ., lcrks as 1 ho cild hint as many as ue avimucu or $T,M n year." "JIv dear follows." inierrupwi ucurgc, al though aw htve neither th- oue nor the other liny hope of m-ikine n fortune, could we no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;,, D, C, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883." RURiJL TOPICS, o Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. Wc inake iho following extract from an arti cle on carp culture by Seth Green in the Louis ville Home and Farm, which will answer the in quiry of E. L. I., Dublin Mills. Pa.: "The age at which carp may he expected to cast their spawn depends to a great extent on their growth. In waters well adapted to them, and in which they have attained a weight of at least two or three pounds, they should spawn at three years old. Carp do not thrive in ponds supplied with water directly from springs; if it is absolutely necessary to use water from springs, it should he allowed to How through long shallow ditches for quite a distance before entering the pond. If it is possible to feed your pond from a river or creek which Ik -monies very warm during the summer months, tfcey will thrive in such water. Ponds which depend upon their supply from rain alone will ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) . To CARE rOS HIM WHO HAS DOflNC THE BATTLC, AMD TOfl His widow and orphans." Abraham Lincoln. "THE VALKMTY OF THC POBUC DC8T OF THC UNITCO 6TATC6, AUTHORIZED DV LAW, INCLUDING OCOTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF rCKWONS AD BOUNTICS TOR SCBVICCe IN SUP- TRDsetNa mcvmtcTioH on uteruioN, shall not or. curs toneo. Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " I CONWBCH IT THE ABLEST PArER DCVOTEO TO THE INTCR t6TS OF THC SOUMCK PUSU6HED IN THE COUNTRY. I EARNESTLY COVMEUD IT TO ALL COMKADES Or THE OflOER." Paul VanDervoort, Comtv.etR-iN-Cmcr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. J53TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariaoly cash in ADVANCE. MONEY rORA'ARDCO otherwise than dy regis tered LETTER, POSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW York, will be at the risk of the sender, ab also all iUDftCWPTIONS PAID TO AGENTS. -CSrnENEVALS. SUBBCRIBCR6 CAN ALWAYS ASCERTAIN THC DATE YMEN THCW ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. ffiE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Death of Governor Alex. H. Stephens, of Georgia. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Events at the Capitol and in the Departments. Among the more important bills winch were fiassed by the Forty-seventh Congress at its ate session -were the following: The tax and tariff bill (to reduce the revenue); the civil service hill; Japanese indemnity fund bill; to provide for a new mixed commission in accord ance with the treaty of April 25, 1SGG, with tho United States and Venezuela; to modify the postal money order system, and for other purposes; to readjust tho salaries of postmas ters; to afford assistance and relief to Congress and the Executive Departments in the investi gation of claims against the Government; to prevent the importation of adulterated tea; to encourage the holding of a world's industrial and cotton centennial exposition in IS."5!; to amend the act repealing tho discriminating duties on goods pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. TFJE GRAND ARIjY. Our Weekly Record of Events in the Various Departments. Grc?t activity still characterizes the move ments of the Grand Army in nearly every De partment The work of recruiting and organ izing new Posts is being prosecuted with un flagging vigor, and if it is maintained during the spring months the Order will muster two hundred thousand by the 1st of July. As an evidence of what The Tribune is doing to help on the good work, it may he men tioned that during the past week we have re ceived and complied with twenty requests for blank applications for Post charters, as follows: Herbert Vaudcrborg, Wcaubleau. Mo.; II. G. Rose, Millbauk, Bale. T.; J. If. Wood. Bussey, Iowa; A. B. Shakespcar, Central City, Iowa; H. P. G. Carncs, Turkey City. Pa.; A. D. Rice, Antigo, Wis.; Enoch S. Moulton, Holding, Mich.; JL V. Jackson, Madison, Kan.: J. W. McCoy, Gimp Creek. Tcnn.; P. Bean, Warren, Vt.; Samuel 3L Allen, Ful...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. my office with honor to the Department and with credit to lnysolf. If, in the opinion of my comrades, I have succeeded in so doing, I am content." At the session resolutions of th:mlsS"vVcrc passed and tendered to Coiumdcs S. J. Alexander, Bradford P. Cool: and C. L. Howell, of Lyons Post, No. 11, Grand Tsland, Nobraska, who was quartermaster of the ele gantly conducted and successful Reunion held at Grand island last September. Comrade P. Hoover, Juniata, Adams county, Nob., writes us that Geary Post, No. 81, which was mustered in October. 1SS1, with nineteen members, now has forty-two. Last July the Post got up a Reunion of the old soldiers in the county, which attracted a larger crowd .than ever before assembled in the county, and was a grand success Numerous Cump-iires have also been held and entertainments given. On the olst of last January a disastrous fire visited Juniata, destroying the building in which was th...

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