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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNGrTpNj D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOB HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THE VAUWTY OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UsUTEO STATES, AUTHOZEO BV LAW, 1MCLVMKG DEBTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF OiPN AND DOWTtee RW ERVieeS IN 8UP- preswnc wewftRsertON or rebeluok, shau. not be oues Tioxeo.' See. , Art. XtV, CoveTiTunois of the Unites &TATB. ' I COWaMCB IT the aslcct pmk bswotcb to the inter- cxutmbn it tb avl mmma4m6 of thc o0cm.m Pmm. VwDswoort, Goniwiww-wOmcr. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. o Ono Dollar per Year. -5-TERI OF mMSOmPrKMtm'MMiVt cash is l.WAwec. Mowr Hpaa oweswa tw by mms Tefiw tarra. WW aanev Owen, c rr ON How York, wu. at r m of thc who, as mjo au cunoitwTWM mmb w aaeim. -NEWA1j. Swmcbwow om . jMexrm TH SATE NBN 1H8M U tinman WHJL OOHK OV L.90WW8 ATTMt NHW TNtW OF TOSHI, "! THE 8AWEAC OFT " WHOUE UUMM OF THC UT i$euc wkcm -rue am cmtitiS: T aasewe. A-A...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAROH 29, 1883. B NEWS OF THE WEEK, Sudeten Death of Postmaster-ixeneral Howe at Kenosha, Wis. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. W2nbi5 Goijig on at the Seat of Government, TiiHiiiiiMrtiiii H mum nl Timothy O. Howe diej in 'TlnirtM "Tlf . nn thr i"ith inst , frnm Tftr rffrrti of a IMM Old omtractcd a short time preview. Ke "wm -visiting some relatives, prior to raktra to his official duties in litis city. 3fo. Howe was bom in Livensore, Me, on 3?ei. 1, 115. He reeeiveel an academic educa ttos., ti" Tsrdid ia the bar ef Maine in iS3 II was elected a mPulVrr fiiic Legis 1re of t' at a .V-, as a Henry Clay Whijr, in 2.S4o. r .-ji al.tr he rrmovsd to Wisconsin, -wL'ie h. was '.ttel Judge of the Circuit and '.it- .tv Court- in lte-V. Daring a part of his t( rn. le vrs C'.iX Justice. Hie resifmed his oi$ -- judge i" IS"1). He was elected United Su,f c nutor ri Wisconsin as a Onion Re- pu i rai. ti sa "V. -? ie !.v,"4 . -vr;v , j,g tn Kl;Wikii pa tio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. Tp GRAND AffljY. A Special Recruiting Day Cliccririg News from (ho Departments. As Monday, the flth of April, will be tlie an nivorsary of Loo's surrender, The Tribune suggests tiiai it bo universally observed by our ox-soWiers as a speciRl recruiting day for the Grand Arwy. Every membor of the Order should make it his businoas on that day to se cure, at least, oae new applicant fT r-umission, and every veioraj: oiS not a member should cadir to bring some companion in arms with Mia into flie ranks. Whore do Posts liavea yet lz established, the preliminary s'.-zzuhH& be taken towards securing char ters, and -wfcora tlicy already exist, our com rade skouW try to gather every cx-soldicr into tbem. Durins Itojwst woek Tss Tribune lias for warded Wak applications for Post charters to the following: E. C. Hoskcy, AMumptiou, Christian county, HI.; J. P. Fdgwson, Gallatia, SaHno county IIL; II- EL Gig, Manchester, Delawar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. WOff AN'S AUXILIARIES The : Qualifications and Work of Committees. in. "Sot only upon the officers, but upon the working committees of aWomairs Auxiliary, rests, in largo part, tbo permanency of the or ganization and tho hold it takes upon public confidence As the president is selected for lier executive ability nd her capacity to lead and direct the general affairs of the association as the secretary is chosen for her cleverness with the pen and pencil and her special aptness as the medium throiigb which the organization nrescrves its relations with, tbo public: and as the treasurer must be a woman of method and J intelligence, qualified to discharge her duties systematically and keep her accounts faith fully ; so, also, must tbo various committees bo chosen because of their peculiar adaptation to tho work required at their hands. Upon the president of an Auxiliary devolves a special trust in the appointment of comm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 March 1883

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Musliial, Commercial, Railroad, s.nd Agricultural Development. i FINANCE AND TRADE. JQatest Keports from Leading Business Centres. In Connecticut, according to tho Scientific American, while tho natural oyster beds remain freelo all comers, the remainder may be sold to private individuals. Outside tho shore lino the State's oyster commission have in their charge some 309,000 acres of water territory suitable for the cultivation of the bivalve. It is their business to map it out and iesipnato to applicants the portions survey ed for the pur pose of actual cultivation. The price is $1.10 per acre, tor which a deed of permanent posses sion is given. Should the purchaser fail in fivo years io cultivate his " iarm," it is forfeited to the State. Mr. H. C. Howe, of Fair Haven, now controls between 10,000 and 11,000 acres of oyster ground, and lias it all stated off with buoys, so that lie can go ...

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

Waitmral jr M "I xmmt. or xm frv &it wlto to tow tU toitk, m& fw M Mm mH mtos." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. YOL. 1I-E0. M.-WHOLE m. SQ. 4( SlfRISE AT SHILOH. Hovey Replies to Veatdi "Vindicating the Tratli of History." AInT outlying picket. The Unanimity of West Pointers in Supporting Each Other. REPORTS 03? OEMGERS. The Testimony of the Battle 'Was the Army Surprised? In my address dolivorcd before Farragut Post, 6. A. It, on the 25tli of January, 1833, at EvansviUe, I intended to assert, amongst other niattars, that General Sherman was virtually in command of our forces in the battle of Shiloh on Saturday night and Sunday morn ing, April Gth, 1582, until the arrival of General Grant, and that our forces were taken by sur prise by the rebel army on that morning. Such were my positions then, and after read ing quite a number of articles in the papers and a Tory able address by General Vealch, delivered before the same Post on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 April 1883

1 2 time last roll-call, Icfl ilio Siory it Told of (he Fate of Company & - By G i?. Xeiefe; There ware jiiit ono hundred and throe of us as t mree& ant of the littfe iulimd village tiiat iwriniig, Armas heatiiig, flags flying, and men Shooting and women weeping a farewell. It w6 My 1361, and we were going to tho A mouth inter, when the roll was called on tho heights of Georgetown, there wore only an oven hundred in company G. Death had chhacd ISie three even before they had snuffed warls jwwder fereirifc. Ad month later still the roll was called on the uwrniHg of Manassas. Footsore, hun gry, txcU&, nod anxious, the men answered xeqponseB, malting just a hundred, with the tbiree ewnjHMiy officers. Would we fight? I saw oar captain looking down the line. There were jtruttcK, lawyers, mechanics, students, faancts, Md 4y lab rcrs in oompauy G, and not man knew what grim war was. Down across t3ie meadow, up along the edge of tjflie wood, iuid there we rested sod waited tUt t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1883.' y RHR4L TOPICS, a Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. UAKDY AXXTJALS. The (plants -usually named as above are not nllhsruyin the sonseef being fitted to with stand oven a slight degree of frost. The cotton plant may be designated as a hardy annual in the climate where it matures its seed. Many of the hard v annuals of the seed lists are well adapted for the summer decoration of the J newer borders, aa as uiey are casny xaibuu and require no noising care, should be more generally employed than they are. They were in liy-gne years the great ornaments of the gHien, but the more modern system of bed ding with what have been absurdly named folu;e plants has Imd the effect of almost ban ishing the fine flowering, hardy annuals from oar gKrdeiiK. Some of these liavc very deli cate weds, which require a little care in sow ing, so that they may not be buried out of sight. It is a good plan to sow the fine...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. lm Iational Tribune. (Established 1877.) c n."TO OABETOR HIM WHO HA 00RMC TE BATTIE, AND FCR HJS-WWOW AHB OWHAH6." AWHAM UfcOOLN. 'TmC -VA1WT OF TM PUBUC OCBT OF THE UNITCO STATOB, BTHK7U3 DV 1AW, INCUMDW DEBTS INCORHEO FOR PAVMEKT OF FWtKWC AW MONTIES POfl WRnO W CUP- pwamc nmemBCnon REaeu-io. smau. not k cots-tiokbo."-Sea. , Art. XIV, Cowrrrimw. of the United STAres. " J raHMDGn tT THC AStEST paper ocvotco to the INTER ESTS W THE BleRPIBUHeDI THE ODUKTIW. J EARKSTLY COMH3K flW Att. COMrWBES OF THE OHMR." RMH. VAHOCRVOOflT, N-Cttter, C. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 3TERM6 OF SUBSCRIPTION JwAWAEt-Y cash in ADVMWC tKCY POnWAWBCB CWfflMK THAN BV nOWS- terbd u-ttsr, POSTAL money order, or wimt on New York, wt be at thc W6K of thc ssras?, as also all cueaonmoNe paw to agents. XaRWEWALS. Sawpwats car always asoesttain THE SATE -WHEN THOR OBlTIOtl "WIU. EXMHC OV LOOKING AT THC NUMBER OH THE WPfR OF THE fWBR,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. ""-- -, Tl, NEWS OF THE WEEK, lTenls at llio Capital Crimes and Oamiallios Personal and Political, Tho Dopartraont of Agriculture lias leased a place of ground near the boundary line of the Tiortiioastoni section of the city, to he used as an experimental farm and hospital in connec tion with investigations of diseases of animals. The grounds arc being put in order and build ings erected thereon. Dr. D. E. Salmon, who has fer a number of years been employed by the Department in tbe investigation of diseases of cuttle, swine, and poultry, will arrive in WadtittgtoH about the 1st of Slay to take charge of lib e -work. Dr. Salmon will bring with him a number of cattle and sheep, and the experi ments will begin shortly after his arrival. The psarteBT system of inoculation will be adopted, with such additions and qualifications as havo boon suggested by Dr. Salmon's own discoveries While engaged inittvestigalionat Ms farm ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. TrJE GRAND AfflY, Two More Department Encampments Bccent Musters and Camp-fires.. Monthly next, April 9th, will be tbc eigh teenth anniversary of Lee's surrender, and, in accordance witii The Tribune's suggestion, it promises to be gouerally observed as a Grand Army Recruiting Day. Every comrade should' turn out and help to make tbe occasion one of lasting benofit to the Order. In another column, will be found full reports of the annual Encampments of tho Depart ments of Mlawuri and Indiana, both of which make sendid showing of work accomplished during the jmtt ycer. The only Department Encampment drat ww remains to be held is j that f Iowa, and thai began at ues juoiuea vesterfav. ConHtader4a-Qhief Tun Dervoort attended the Missouri nd Indiana Encampments and alsopeM visit lst week to the Department of Kentucky. H announces that the date of the metiag of tffccoexl National Encampment at D n . r has been fixed for Jul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: IVASHENQTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. 7. 4- WapfSAUXILpES) Tlip?isiiing Committee-Its Duties and OlfliEationsr-Praclical Ulnstrations. 2m a previouslotlox it -was noted thai a very imtwrlint nsrt of the work of a Woman's Aus- iliarv in large town or city would come under j tbe charge of the visating and supply commit- j tee. This committee should he under the dtrec iion of a methodical and systematic woman 7osse!shig both earnest sympathies and dis criminating judgment. The duties she will he constantly called upon to perform will he of a cbararterta las both time and patience. She must have competent assistants and advisers, "bat a great part of tbe work of tbe committee inns cowe under her own supervision and guidance. In order to make these paper! as practical in tbalr application ae possible, I will again draw my tlhistesfcsons from the work of Forsyth Post Auxiliary for tbe year just dosed, leaking up the Mport of tbe chairman of tbe visiting eem ant...

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

"WZ-i t '"T''-i vv?j fv &. J y - "" v : l'S- T-V?5V)-,r" 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. "& OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Ks Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Business Centres. A letter in the New York Tribune gives an in teresting description of the enormous increase in farms and population in Northern Texas. Towns have been huilt and are becoming popu lous, thriving places, where twelve months ago there was not n house in bight from Fort Worth to Wichuta Falls.. The latter named place, which has only been in existence three months, alraidy has population of 2,500 inhabitants, two wholesale grocery stores, two banks, a flour ishing newspaper, &c, whilst F,prt Worth has two -daily aud three weekly papers, all well supported. The slock men in this section of Texjih arc acquiring great wealth. Five years ago "Old Dan" Waggoner made a sale of his ranch and brand of cattle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

J- o i - Ltitntn& .- r5aH?'-st"Si 0 jmve frv lunt who to Xrovttp tttt tmiffe, imtt fov Jtte wtttow unit onrtrnttf." rTOiiTmnTrjmM ''llll-' mI Wl i.M a ESTABLISHED 1877 -JSTEW BUMSMSEXPEDITION Bpandke. Island, its Defenses and De V'.' " fenders, BOMBARDING THE TORT. Capture of Kort Bartow and Its . .--- . "'Garrison. iMQHDMfTS- OF THE FIGHT. -Destruction of tlie Confederate I, t "leet Homeward. Bound. i -ov :a.-. v- -By-C. IF-Pixinam. t ..On 4he 5th of February, 1SG2, a fleet of naval vessels uuder comm d of Flag-Officcr Louis 1L Goldsbbrough, and the transports loaded with ' rtroops, all under command of General Bur- side, moved from Hatteras Inlet forCroataut Sound, fifteen gunboats leading, under the im mediate command of Uowan. The Pilot Boy, with General Foster on board, took the lead of the transports, followed by the New York with the Twenty-fifth Massachusetts the large fleet making a beautiful display as it cut through (the waters which presented a surface as smooth as g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

-4 j-, jffr? ,.T , ti-"' "- - ' ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, .D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. J -il - -.SS - . ' r ' ' A stosy;qf 11JE, WAR How Poor Little June Pound Massa Linkum aast. 2Jj JSKsa5c7tMartPwi?psJ June laid down lier knives upon uic scrau Ijinj? board, aud stole softly out into the yard. Madanu- -Joilet was takiuK a nap up stairs, and, for a. few minutes at least the coast seemed td"be quite clear. June was a little girl who had lived m Rich mond ever since she could remember, who had never lwwn ouLsido the city boundaries, and -who ha a vague idea the Korth lay just above the Chickahonihiy, and Uio Gulf of Mexico about a milk holow the James. She could not tell A front Z, nor the figere 1 from 40; and K-hencMT Madam Joilet made those funny little curvttoand dots and blots with pan and ink, in drawing up her bills to send in to tho lodger; vp stairs, June cojisfclortxl that she was moves! tb-rU bv witches. Her authority fortius '.acrv lay ia. a diarminj; old wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

Ifpflllg & ITSSwtVSr .7"S .-T-. & V Tr ' i V . j "3- -'J' 2rm J3r' W - " 'Xtr 5 3" " s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883; RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. OATS. T!he botanical name of the common culti vate! oat is Avarn saiim. It is supposed by some to be a domesticated variety of Arena falua, the wild oat, an annual plant found in Europe, Xorth Africa, Nortli Asia, and eastward as far as Japan. Experiments made by yearly selec tions of the best grains of the wild species through successive sowings have resulted ia securing a good plnmp grain in eight years. The grain of the oat is rich in gluten and faU and or ataius a good quantity of sugar and crains. previously dopri moal is not so-white as whoaten flour, and Its taste is at first sweet, then rough and slightly bitter. The bitterness is more perceptible vhen the ineai has been ground for some time. It cannot be voacubitod into bread, but it makes goed ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

k: 31 T: A 5 -" r ' -.i?., j?r"-' "XT ? T ! THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON; D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. ifSPilSPraPPS rfwsfri ' " 3" -... - - - ,?- The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) i. f,t """ WMO mB KWE THE SATTU, A0 FOB HIS WTCOYk AND CTPHANS. ABRAHAK LtNOCtX. TW VAllOITy OF THE PUCUC OBEJ or T UlWTO EtATi, iSuTKOftiEO BY LAW, IWOLUOW3?sjaT IlinWm lf pavment c- r:..s -1s Aht aowrvjf, kimsm h kFRES. '.a 'NsnfifCTivM, OB IWJC, HAIX hot k Will Q"S- - See, 4, "- i -"T ' i i at ms Ikon Trt taw vsva .. . taaBk2a,r jatJ : R TT THE ABLEST MfW Se0TI TO THt MrtW ..- lJFrbLW4EDmTHCCOUMTinr. IfiMBpSmir r -jii wjwrawes of wt Oww." tout viDHmoar( Co i Cii. ft. A.K, 'UBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar ir Year. TBMK OF atfMOBMHKW fcwiWW WtH IN TEred urrrca, romw. nomcv YortK, Witt K AT 7MC fWK 8F TNK icTW nUPi Wl CJBSCa.rTKWiS M0 10 Mm. JTHE OATI WHEN fHKM tUWCTIETIOII HflUL BUK r IOOWIIII1 fT THE NUMKft ON THt WAOCT OF THEIt F, VWWCTI IS THE 6Mtt THAT OF THt " WNOtf HUKOW" OF THE LAW JiB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

3L "t.-S'SsrWfl 3T ?? -3" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,' D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883'. jr -" - x - v f, i - . - -. - y NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tlic President's Travels Death of Peter Cooper Capital Topics. The Presidential party which consists, of the ProsMeut, fcoorctary Chandler, C. E. Miller, of the law firm of Devlin & Miller, New York, and Private Secretary Phillips, left tkis c'.ty on tho morning of the 5th inst, oh the loug-jiro-posod trip te Florida. The party (ravel in the car of General Manager Thomson, of the Penn sylvania Railroad. Between Petersburg aud Weldon the conductor of tbe train demanded from Mr. Arthur, personally, tlie fare for eighteen prraoB& ateting that he had no instruc tions in tbe matter and obdurately refused to I recognise the letter shown by Steward Green, passing the ear. Finally be telegraphed to the superintendent, and being instructed to pass the car gave no further trouble. On tbe even ing of tlie Oth inst. the party reached Jackson vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

K SJ-J. y Vfy tr- - I &T&&..&l&VitTJ&ir-PvS2- r-j. -r-m-i- r """.i '--j-"" W 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., ' THURSDAY, APRIL 12," 1883. 5!PPPp TljE GRAND ARfY. Wliat is Going on in the Depart ments General Orders, No. 9. ' Commaador-in-Chiof Tan Dervoort lias is sued tlie following order: Omaha, Nbb., March 2S, 1S53. IGcnorra Orders. No. 9. , , I. The following named comrades arc hereby appointed Aide-di-Camp to the Oommanrter-m-Uiiief, mid they will be A,yoda4- tr,,,?ctcd aooojJinrfy: Comrade J. IL. Snow, V infield lum.; S.G. HI&vCsrd.Ky.; Tiieo. F. Brown, Denver, Colo.: W. .T4d, Denver, Colo.; L. L. Jones, !Ensi Derrv. N. IL: diaries P. Cnee-tiro, st.wuis, Mo.: J. 8. VhHkhi. Milwaukee. Wis.; Herman AJurecht. Bamboo. Wife. ; George F. Morse, AyacK, N. Ilea To--torn Marvin 1). lavage, Jew ixrt, .. i. , j. r. 11 .I....I.1 Ua . B tvWWlllJ-lrtn Oi JllS lllHlT jii v. ork i recruiting the ranks of Burnsadc N.. 47. Department of Mine. lie having pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 April 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. WOMAN'S AUXILIARIES nouse anil" Employment Commiltee Caring for Orphaned Children. Thcro is no more important work in connec tion wifcb 'Woman's Auxiliary , G. A. K.. than that which provides for the widows of fallen Boldicrs the means of cftringfor themselves and their families. It is not in the distribution of alms that trne charity performs her crowning work; it is in helping the families she visitsto lives of greater usefulness and independence; it is in patting work into tho hands of those who are able to work; to cheer the despondent with a generous patronage; to furnish an in centive for the exorcise of the best gifts, aud hx a wisa and loving oversight to enable the thrifty to find, a market for the fruits of their toil. Many a mother, left struggling with poverty and temptation, has sunk into her grave from discouragement and ovorwork for the lack of just such counsel and genuirfe help as the women of the Gr...

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