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

yJ S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The receivers of the Philadelphia ami Head ing IJailro.na ami Coal ami Iron Companies, on the 2ctli nit., formally fciiriemlcreil lo the oih cers of the comjwnies the control of the prop erty of those eoriKH-ation. Proidont Gowen Las issued a circular of instructions to omcers ennouncine; that the company ha-resninetl pos session niufcontrol of its piopertyaml business, ml that, subject to a few change, all oliUvrs, ac-ats, ami employees of tiie m . vers wiil bo retained in the service of the company. Mr. Geo. De B. Jvcim is appointed v;c"-president of the coir.panv, and relieved of the duties of gen eral solicitor; George If. Kaerchcr is appointed general solicitor; S. B. Whiting is appointed jrencral manager, and will iiave gMKra: charge of all the biieinc.? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

"Wv tm fw Mm u1i0 to tonne tf battle, nutt frv lite wMow nntt ofpfcaug. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. YOL. H-NO. 31.-WH0LE NO. 83. If THE BATTLE OF SHILOE General James 0. Veateh Replies to General Hovey. WAS THERE A SURPRISE ? His Reasons for Thinking there Was None. STORY OE THE EIGHT. An Interesting Description of the Two Days' Struggle. Farragut Post, G. A. R., of Evansville, Ind., held a brilliant Gimp-fire on the evening of last Thursday, the Sth iiist., and tho occasion was made notable by tho delivery of an address by General James C. Vcatch on the battle of Shilob, in reply to General Hovey. The Camp-fire, says the Evansville Journal, was held at Evans Hall, and the stage wis hand somely decorated with two stands of tho na tional colors, and stacks of arms lent an appro priate aspect to the occasion. General Shackel ford, Colonel Charles Denby, Major H. A. Mat ;tison, and Captain W. H. Keller, of Farragut Post, occupied seats on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18S3. POOR PHILIP NOLAN, And How Ho Came to Be "The Man Without a Country.'' Prom The jUbmlic .Vmihly, December, 1SG3. T fumkv that very few casual readers of (ho r York llrM of August 13th observed, in New an obscure rmcr, among the " Deaths," the announcement: " Nor-AX. Jtiofl. on Ixmnl U. S. Corvolto Levant, LU2J 11' S., Ug. 131 "VV., on the lltli of May, 1'jui.ii Nolan. ' I 1) happened to observe it, bcMUse I was ided auho. tJtl Mission-Houso m Mackinac, cirani' waitimr tor a Jakc Superior M earner which did not choose to come, and I was devouring, to the verv stubble, all the current literature 1 could wt !:ol l of, even down to the deaths and marriages in tha Herall. My memory for names nd ieil(i i- j;ood, and the reader will see. as ho po.s oh, lint I had reason enough to remem ber Philip Nolan. There are hundreds of read ers whi, iv.mlil have paused at that announce ment, if the uJic.T of tho Levant who reported it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. RUFMJL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. JJItlEF SKASOXABLT HINTS. The success of crop? is stroncly influenced "by the time ami manner of seeding and plant ing. While there is hut little to be gained by cropping: before the ground becomes warm, yet Trilh many of the hardier kinds of vegetables the sooner they can be sown the belter, as a difference of a couple of weeks in sowing will often determine the siuvcr-s or partial failure of a crop. As soon, then, as the soil is in a good condition that is, diy enough for working, such fceeds as those of pea", carrots, turnips, onions, parsnip; and beets should Ik- sown. Un less turnips arc sown quite early they will not be of much value, and for an early sowing a selection of the earliest varieties of pens, beets, &&,. should be made. For very eariy crops of this kind it is not well to use rank manures; a dressing of supei phosphates i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WiSilNGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) JI TO CRr FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE DATTLE, AND FOR His vnoow and orpmaks." Abraham Lh.coln. ""THE VALICITY CF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATE, AUTHOR.rED 8V IAW, INCLUDING DEBTS INCURRED FOH FAYMCNT OF PENSIONS AND COUNTIES FOR SERVICES IN SUP FSC6S1HG INSURRCCTl . OR REBELLION, SHALL NOT DE CUES- tkco." Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Umtcd LTATE6. " I COHOCR tT THE ABLEST FArER DEVOTED TO THE INTER EST OF THE 80LDIETI PUBLISHED IN THE COUNTRY. I EARNE6TLY COMMEW) IT TO ALL COKRAOCS OF THE ORDER." Paul VanDervoort, CoMMANOOI-IN-ChiCF, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. C3TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in ADVANCE- Mo:. CY FORWARDED OTHERWISE THAN DY RECIS TER0 LETTER, POSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR DRAFT ON NEW York, will be at the bisk cf the sender, as also all euwcwptions pa!0 to a5entb. 0&-RENuVALS. Subscmsess can always ascertain THE BATE WHES TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. NEWS OF TrjE WEEK, A Dismal Record of Crimes and Casualties. WIGGINS WORSTED "Wliatis Going- on at tlie Seat of Government. The Secretary of the Treasury having di rected that the word "cents" be added to the new five-cent piece, the superintendent of the Philadelphia mint, who produced the orginal coin, is preparing a new device for the back. No order has. however, been uiadc suspending tho coinage of the new five-cent pieces, and they aro being issued from the Philadelphia mint at the rate of nearly $3,000 worth a day. Tho demand comes exclusively from private persons. The director of the mint has received a letter from J. W. Ilclffrich, formerly coiner at the New Orleans mint, and now superintendent of the mint at the City of Mexico, sta ing that ho has a contract for "coining 190,000,000 pieces of nickel coin for the Mexican govt rnment. The value of the coins is designated simply by a Roman numeral. The reverse ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASnmGT D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883 (T TrjE GRASS ARMY. Eow it is Growing Fresh News From Various Departments. Commander-in-Chief Van Dervoort writes he from National Headquarters at Omaha tuat he iutonds to be present at the annual Encamp ments of the Departments of lows, Missouri, asd Indiana, after which he will pay a vi4t to Louisville, Ky. lie has just organized Dakota into a pennaneat Department the fourth dur ing hfeadnnri-stratbn, the others being Oregon, West Virginia, and Kentucky. It may ho of interest to stale that u? to December 31, 3SS2, as shown by the returns received at National Headquarters, the yoin in membership -.villi eight Department to Lca from had reached atolalof 4,(li9. During the pent week we have received re quests for biank applications for Post charters from the following: US. Penney, Chaumont, K. Y.; S.Y. Stephenson, Fislier, 111.; C. W. Watson, Oakland Valley, Iowa; G. W. Ilcrrick, Yaaderbilt, Mich.; E. T. Riley, Harbine, Ka...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. T WOMAN'S AUXILIARIES How to Organize and How (o Con- n duct Them. By Mrs. Kate B. Sherwood. Since the issue of a circular by Commander-in-Chief Paul Van Dervoort designating the writer as one who would give information as to the organization of Woman's Auxilia ries, G. A. 1L, constant communications have .Leon pouring in from theEast and the West and the far Southern States, seeking' tho inform ation desired. Finding it impossible to givo satisfactory answers by letter to these replies, the columiis of The National Triiu'NK are chosen as the medium of communication with many who have applied and who are readers of the Kime. It is further hoped that at no late day each Post in the various Departments that has not as yet called in the aid of loyal women may be furnished with a form for or ganisation, together with Constitution and By Laws, for which the following is submitted as a model. fc.. In future articles on the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. JX- 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The animal meeting of the stockholders of the Union Pacific Kailroad was held in New York on tho 7th inbt. The report shows that the gross earnings for the year were $22,S23,-fc'vIJ-i; opemting expenses and taxes, $10,727, -0VJ:2S; surplus earnings, $12,0D6,.-nJ1.9C; inter cat and dividends collected on investment securities, $2,--!l 1. 090.33; total surplus earnings, $li.307,!J:'J.:l. Tlie total funded deht of the com pan v U K),71 7.703.55, less amount held by trabtces of consolidated bonds, S"'-;23. "jY." ing the bilaaco outstanding $&1 ,843,507.53. The following officers were chosen: President, Ssdney Dilkn, of New York; ice president, Ehsiin Atkins, of Boston; general counsel, Sid n. y Bartk-lt. of iioUm ; general solicitor, John F.Jillm, of New York;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 March 1883

j - "t mc iw Mm vfa te Xrovttc tU tarttfe m& tit W wWaw mH phutt?." ESTABLISHED 1377.-2TEW SERIES. Washington, d. a, Thursday, march 22, iss3. YOL. n-ST0. 32.-WH0LE NO. 84.' BUfSIDE EXPEDITION. - - The Yoyage from Annapolis to Hat teras Met. DESTINATION "DNKNOWN. TJie Fleet in a Storm Off Cape Uatteras. RIDING "AT ANOHOB. An Obstinate Sea Captain Gets a Taste of Military Discipline. IBy C W. Ihditam, 25tli Mass. On the morning of January 9, 1SG2, at 8 a: m., the e-pe&ifciou, comprising 117 vessels, moved out of tire harbor of Annapolis. It was the grand'-st sight ever scon before upon this side of ilie Atlantic The siamnor New Brunswick, having on board the Tenth Connecticut, lea the -way, fol lowcu in two lines by the remainder of the fleet. From all the vessels and steamers the most en thusiastic cheers were heard, mingling with the inuhic of a dozen or more regimental bauds. It was a beautiful morning as the fleet sailed eo grandly into the waters of the Chesapeake. The l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. SHAMING BETTIE; ML Koiir She Came io Acquire That Distinction. IS! ZaiAcc Jidis Smilh. . "JJfjasiy rrerymie has a romance, of some Irinfl, sometime m Uieir life," said Miss BeUic. OKtik, tick, west hor shining knitting-needle. Hor stnxtU hluo eves were fixed absently on the little wood tire. Sho knitted without look-J inc. from iug habit. "JSvoryea?, Miss Bettie?" asked Prisciiia Korih. 'Th-t you had one, too." "It was a!l ory long ago," remarked the old mtil " ( n yon baKeve I was ever pretty?" IMsdllw pMd her moutli to speak. Sho luwfllyl. now what showaa going to say; but Miss ijlli Sid not wait io hear her. "Yos. 1 wis pr'iy unre she said, "and I Ta oidh-6 'Charming Be' tie.'' She Irti.ti'-d a itttlo oddly at this, and went on w'tfh luu- kuittiiig a few moments in silence. "Uy I air was n-Iways curly," she continued, prv.il. "aa4 imt eyas UMd to be very bright. My chefct wwe r.'-nd &o red, they accused me of p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, C., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. RURL -TOPICS. Somo Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. - JtAISINQ OKIOXS TKOM SEED. Tho onion grows best in an opou situation, hiving si free exposure to the sun, and in a dc ep, neb, and rather clayey soil. There is no danger of muting the soil too rich, provided or v weil-rotsed barnyard manure is used and w. 11 mixed or incorporated with tlio soil. The ft w intended for onions should be plowed or tiu over in the fall, so that when dry spring " .i 3icr cam js a slight forking or harrowing of t . bnrfjcc will he sufficient preparation for t'eh.al, 'Ih;6 fall preparation is especially a . I'-se . ijiseniucu oi Micsuccuesingottmg al 'lcrop'; bu.bsfwmt seed in the Southern and t ; 'ticni pi-r of the Middle States depends ik..iiiii(H upon early seeding. The onion is a v i lu.ri pLnt, and we had our best crops in P hImmu T - land from seed sown about the 1( of March, wlwnthe youag plants, after be in au iu h...

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

The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) JI"t0 OMJC POBWfc' WHO HAS 80RNC THE CATTLE, AND FCR Wi'vmow m 0mms." Amakam Lincoln. "me vttuamr of thc puhuc wt of the Uwted STATK.KaTHORCEO W LAW, WCLUWKG DEBTS INCURRED PCB PAWMEKT AT CMON6 AND BOUtrTO FOR SCRVKES IN 8UP- rnmiMC wwnnnw a weseu, shall hot k eoes- ?IQfflEB.-nSCC. 4, AWT. XIV, COHM1TWTWW OF THE UNITED SlAIfle. "il oHanen it thc ablest ps bctbtco to the intcr tBmmiHtBOLBmtumuaHEattirmcowmK. J earnestly COMMCW IT TO Mi 40MVWK OF THE OHMS. Paul VahDcrvoort, COMttMOEft-tN-CrflETj G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. iXSTOWtS OF SUBSORtPTIOK Iwasjably cash is ASVUOE.-MOWV (XWMROED GTHOHMSC THAK W ReS- TflMB erra, postal money order, or shaft on New Yorh, -wiu. m r we wbk of -nte o, as also all euMORsmcMS mto to acekts. K-HBiflEWALS. SoBtcmsERS oah always ascertain THE BP HEW TMt SiMSCHItTIO WW. QMK BY LOOMM3 AT THE KUIMER ON TOE MMCR OFTHB8 FAMES, WHtCM IS THE .SAME ftS THAT OF TME " WHOLE WHMBR OFTHE LAST ISSaC MSMW...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUKE: WASHlf6rK)N, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Startling Sequel to llie Unioiilown Tragedy. GR3GMES AKD CASUALTIES. "Wika&fs Going" on at tlie Seat of Gcyvorjvmeiife. 1Bw foaatMi fee the removal of all over heat wires on die streets of the capital was IsM in a report of Lieut Greene embodying liie experieece of attdergrouud wires in North r cities, which was seat to the District Com iHMMWDerb with the following indorsement by Engiueei Cumuiissioiier Lydecker : " II is con clusively shown that the underground system is 3rfoctly lettable for all telegraph or electric light 'wires, and for the trunks of telephone wires, without imposing on the companies any bunden. that -the public may not reasonably de wamtL It is understood that an order -will be ib4 pwhibitiwp overhead wires, as soim as arrangements for that purpose can be made. Tk report of Rear-Admiral CKte, command- iiirli L'niu-d States naval forces Dtiie Asiatic staiiea, relative to ...

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

6 ' THE ffATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON ). P., THURSDAY, MARCH ,22,' 1883 TfjE GRAND AfflfY. o HccrniUng Still Actively Going Oil Events in tlie Several Departments. Recruiting is still actively going on in all ILl Ik-pftrtmonte of the Grand Army, and new Posts are jmiltJring rapidly. The reports iv.ni tse Dapartincat of Michigan arc ospocially ctuoTirai-ing. as will 1 seen by reference to A-' 'slant Adjutant-General Tallraan's letter in ai.other cohumaitd due credit is accorded to rS x.t TKiBtJKK for its sltare in the work. Mw.day. April tth. will be the anniversary of tn. n:rrecsor t ueneasi aicc a. ajim ' T.:i: Tj.inracK suggests that it le observed ail tins -dts aqiecial Grand Araiyrc- t:ns day. The desirability of such a ceJo- na is clearly set iotih in our editorial cel- tr i. I Mia the past "week TK Tjuj-e lias re :d si u-nreqae for Waak applications fu' I'-tsi ehn-t rs, as foltows: V .a. Larur. Chase, Kan.; Isaac N. Gitiin, V. ...siw.M... KHRvaml, Win, !.; John I L..lirrta. fa...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. i WOIfAN'S AUXILIARIES - MGniLarskip and Work Medium of ' "''Gommunicalion Willi the Post IL In lhc present paper an attempt will be made icnauiSTCer three of the priucijKtl unesiions that liavo ctens with letter of inquiry from various JPosis of the G. A. IL throngaonfc tiic cpuntry. First Who hall be admitted to membership an a Woman's Auxiliary? To this 1 would answer that a Woman's Aux iliary should embrace tbe pa'r:ot"sm, the en ergy, Hi . charity, and tbo iiiiworviiig fidelity of the ontira community of women. It is not onongh that tbo wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters of soldieis should bo enlisted. It is tbo loyal individual tbut the society should welcome: the woman as woman, an independ ent fac or in human affairs. If she has bio.'-d ralatious with tbo veteran soldier it is well ; if the ciioixl that binds her to him is tho strong chord ol common devotion to tbo old ilag and the ,graad principles for wh...

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

THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. OUR GROUNG COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Ttailroad, ana Agricalturar -Development FINANCE A.N13 TRADE. Latest Reports from Leadiag Biisiiiess Centres. Thfe Kale of fnrlv thousand acres of Jfliid in Ilorifla effected by Mr. A. B. Liadcrman, of riillndelpliLi. clminir a recent trip lo London, to a syndicate of that city, vrns fnlly consummated on the 13th inst by the payment of tie money to the Honda Iand and Improvement Cornel;-, the owners of the land. The land is in fianpe county, and the syndicate is composed oi leading ltrilWt capitalists. The plan of the conrpruy to nGizct a colonization of their lands is conijirehetisive nad rather unique. The whole tract will lc ividel by general aianager Lln'dernian into twenty-acre farms, upon each of xvliichsi.lraiiifi-tlvclljnK-houso"vill be erected. At loait two ares on each tract will be cleared I f bx cuWR&sy. TJi. Linos will La s!I to luijrrants at SjOO each,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

S? Sfefmttt "0 m fiw fcfot tvRo te foro ttoittfe, and ft fete atiflcw aufl txfism ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. YOL. IT-NO. 33.-WHOLE NO. 80. CAPp'S CAYALrX Defense of the Crossing of Duck River Against Hood's Advance. A. rFLAlSlI MOYBMENT. Forrest Crosses the River Above and Below Capron's Position. ATTACKED ASTD ROUTED. Additional Extracts From the Journal of Gen. Capron. Eo great were the exigencies of the service, tt the moment of the arrival of my "brigade at Columbia oa the morning of the 26th Novem ber, 1364, from that terrible retreat of fifty-six miles before Hood's advancing army from Waynesboro, that not one moment was allowed for the reorganization of the command, time not being given even for the purpose of having the worn-down horses shod. From that time to the afternoon of the 26th 330 less than twenty-five orders, calling for de tails of more or Jess macnitude, were received xnd executed. A few of these orders very prop er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. jY FRIEND FijNNY. . J A&caiNfrom the Note-Boot of aar . Correspondent Trom the Baltimore American. My heroine's name is Fanny. Fanny was a horse; or, to bo strictly accurate, Fanny was a marc It was a case of love at first sight at least on Miy park It was at Harper's Ferry, that historic spat consecrated forever by John Brown, whose puny bnt heroic revolt in be half of four millions of human beings began and ended here, and who calmly met his fate within cannon shot of the little " fort," now a pis-stye, from which, for a brief space, ho de fied the power of a great Nation it was in this little town, nestling by the Shenandoah and clinging along the verge of the ragged hillsides, overbad owed by the lordly heights of Loudoun and Maryland, and nightly lulled to sleep by the music of the wators of the Potomac ad Shenandoah, -which here commingle and go rolling dewn to make broader the broad bosom of the ChesaiKiak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 29. 1888. RURiSL TOPICS. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. OEOWrXG TOKEIGN GEA.PKS TOTOEB GLASS. There Is a very prevalent opinion that to grow anything in a glass house requires an amount of skill which can only be acoujrc?. uy long practice. This is ccrtjnJy lrue"if we in clude ill n'mes of plants, but it is not so strictly aocuratc whou only one class of plants are to be treated. We have often remarked that we do not know of auy fruit of equal quality that is eo easily produced as the Black Hamburgh, aud other varieties, of foreign grape, in a glazed structure. The skill required to manage a house for this purpose is not very difficult to acquire and the iirst cost of the house need not be heavy, depending, or course, upon its size. The cheapest style is what is known as a lean to house. In the cheapest form this is made by having the front and back walls put to gtrther simiEr to buil'lir.g xl common h...

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