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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

- wr t ' i t " '! & w I .1 x.-. . r ; A Vr hi &. u r ,i A Monthly otxrnal devoted to the interests of the Soldiers anOMilors of the late war. and dU Mehsioners of the United tSiaies. TERMS, ONE tf.OLLAR tER yEAR. I .4 GEORGE E. TiKMON & CO.. JSdilors ai, FW' .i srt 'tn If. n & co., VoL. ! NOj L WASHINGTON, ai OCTOBER, 1877, .-f , 'rW f ER ; - ul Projmators. f ' VmViiIJ, ' ' I Slnglc.Cops, 10 Cents In currency or postage stomps. . ,.' ' h11.'? according to Act'of Congrea In the year 'of our Lord, 1877, by GMR?'if tiaios & Co Jn thd Office of tlio Librarian of Congrcee.iit'Washtngton, D. 0. 1J ! - m .,....r.i.r, , .. ,-..:,..,,, , " ' ;' .'"T-'rr'rA -r ; ' ' i '.:... ', ' ,,'.. ,:;. : rr- HISTORY OF THE BOUNTY BILL. At nearly every session of Congress since the close of the war, some sort of a measure has been proposed for equalizing the "bounties paid to sol diers of the late war of the Rebellion. No nation on earth was ever more grateful for the services of its s...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

2 THE NATIokVL TRIBUv ' I. '.n 'K - - ff , $ . fi Sf fiv":-'" W ..1 ' ' To11 '. ' IK: aba MIL- HRF We TWAIN'S TALES. Rambling Notes of an Idlo Excursion by Waiak J. m How a Guilolois and Simplo-Mindod Yankee camrit over hi iBrothcrJn o QravoYard Transaction r. - ? Wv'J Q tffci .tii Tho Sjppop and the Gdvcrnor A Retoua at Sm Ttis Chronomolor Ul WIUVIi t V V?T FM& s tho on j thing worth larfr 7i5afs, in A Oato&w Mlantle.) . All tho journey lrigs I haddono had been purely In tho way o! business. Tho pleasant May weather suggestod a .novelty, namely, n trip for pure recreation, the bread-and-butter clement left out. The reverend said he would go, too; a good man, one of tho best of men, although a clergyman. By 11 at night wc were in New Haven and on board the New York boat. Wo bought our tickets, and then went wandering around hero and there, in the solid comfort of being free and idle, and of putting dis tance between ourselves and tho mails and telegraph. After a while I went...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

ST l1 ftWT Mt i MLiY T'k:f b Sr e . 3 i. wm i ii linn fi r r ' " ii fi --)!f m t k.. I y. E If. ? fc 4 t . M I. I MwT 'J sHv I Jib 1- tudo, nmdo ready to welcome the boat that would be sent to save them. But this ship also drove on, and loft these men staring their unutterablo surprise and dismay into each other's ashen faces. Late' in the day still another ship came up out of the distance, but the men noted with a pang that her course was one which would not bring her nearer. Their remnant of Ufo was, nearly spent j, their lips and tongues were swollen, parched, cracked with cigiit days' thirst ; their bodies starved ; and hero was their" last -chance gliding relentlessly from them ; they would riot bo alive when the noxt sun rose. 3Tor a day or two past the men had lost their voices, but now Captain RouncevUlo whispered, "Let ns pray." The Portuguese, patted him m the shoulder in sign of deep approval. All knelt at .the-base of the oar that was waving the signal-coat aloft, 4ind b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

Su&r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 4 !( e& M i ' "M - tw-a 1 JtfPV Tmxwt sMi- fj)lit atimjai nhnnt. GEORGE E. LEMON & CO., Editors and Proprietors. - "Washington, D. 0., October, 1877. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. POSTAGE PREPAID. Oho CopyOne Year, - Six Copies, Thirteen " Specimen copy sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in currency or postage stamps. Terms for Advertising furnished upon application. u u $1.00 5.00 10.00 TO SUBSCRIBERS. When chanaina your ad dress please give former as well as present address, with County ana Mate. tfg-TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for subscrip tions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter. A postal money order or a draft on JV". Y. is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be nwst surely avoided if these directions are followed. mNo responsibility is assumed for subscriptions paid to agents; which must be at the risk of the subscribers. jfBr Communications, subscriptions, and letters upon all business matte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

W TTHMS A'TIO'N'AL TRI1BU1NE ?. 3 iSHU. j i M lb V- if ft f one hundred thousandTnon. If those men were paid tho bounty proposed by the bill, it would make a total payment, for forty-eight months, of eight hundred and eighty million dollars. One half of this amount would represont the total amount due for bo nties, provided that not a dollar had been paid. The Paymaster General of the Army, in April, 1876, stated to the Military Committee of the House of Representatives, that the total bounty paid by the United States Government up to March 31, 1876, was three hundred and eighty fivc million nine hundred and seventy thousand six hundred and eighty-one dollars. This .amount deducted from the four hundred and forty million, which would be half of the amount uamed above, would leave fifty-four million -eighty-two thousand three hundred and eighteen -dollars as the difference between what has been paid under the present bounty laws and the -amount which would have been, paid under this ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

vmmatu- 6 THE NATIONAL TRIJBUiN?E. &fe A . .zz & k'V- s -V 8r-. I f ,? tl v tA B&' li.-.- r1 lac- KU r- fiE&h ?.?.- T SWA1 'J ' w '.v w.- Tew','.. lions by skilled surgeons who have no interest ndvors to tho Government. "The most simple and efficient, and at the same tlm economical plan which I am able to suggest, !s as follows : divide the country Into districts of sicli size, considering "both tho territory and population, as that one surgeon devoting his whole time to tho duties would generally bo able to make all the medical examinations In any district which the pension laws might require. Appoint as many highly-qualified surgeons as there are districts, with a ftm souablc annual salary, all to be under the dircotion of the Commissioner of Pensions ; one surgeon to be assigned lo cacli district, subject to bo ordered from plnoo lo placo within the district, and to bo changed about from ono district to another as tho emergencies of tho service might require Ono c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

THE NA'TlO-teL TR'lBU'NrE. jlS'" T ' art f .. m mi If it -1 u I w W fe " R i I Logan was a bettor bo of more service to the country. man than most of hisif r'lohds know i a betler man than those who tion't know him will believe. But ho was a chronic growler, unless ho was iu a fight, and then his Irish pulso boat contentedly. Logan never did less than ho promised. IIo would always do more. During the tiresome Senatorial contest in Illinois last winter General Grant said : 41 1 hope Logan will bo elected. IIo has an ugly temper, but you always know where to find him. Ho is tho surest man to his friends, I know." But, as I .said, Judge Davis will be of more service to tho gantry;. ' Ilo'is' able, jifdibial, and probably knows, more law tlfah any man in the Senate, except Edmunds, ! perhaps. Ills political position is in no doubt; ho defined it clcai;ly before he left "Washington last session. He will support the President. Booth, of California, is a man that will come out promi nently...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1877

h.t-v 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE, it & "' M .'j 7 (.. W6l. 4i ' IC vt ; Nv Pv . ft rt ?" &" &' Uf. S i- Ijj !' r a ' fc! K.' r Tina attention of the former clients of B. F. Pritchard, Esq,', of Indianapolis, Indiana, who have not written to mo since December 187G, is again Called to the following: Indianapolis, Indiana, iSro. 33, 1876. GKOKGE E. LEiEON, Esq., Washington, D. C. Dear Sro : You are hereby authorized to netify each of my cliouts that I have transferred to you all their claims, evidences &c., and that it is my desire they should correspond with you hereafter, and forward such evidence as you may need" to complete their claims. (Signed,) B. F. PttlTCIIAItD. This proposed transfer was submitted to the lion. Z. Chandler, Secretary of the Interior, for his consideration and action. The following extract from his letter, writ ten to the Hon. J. A. Bentlcy, Commissioner of Pensions, explains itself, and to it your attention is invited : DeTARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

fife ifc! !,jv 4 ontftfy $?ur.nai devoted to the interests of the oldiers and (Bailors of the late war, and all pensioners of the J$nited (States. u Lepage e. lemon & co.,yOL j No 2 WAHltfG.TOJST, P.dfctSTpVEMBBR, 1877, G u tJUditors and Proprietor. i " ' r ?" a -' S. tu 6tfctl,;'fc f. TERMS, 02TE DOLLAR PER YEAR, r Single Copies, 10 Cents In currency or postage stamps. Uutored nccordiuKto Act of OonEroHhlu Ihoyohf ofoui-LOrd.1877. bvGERrtKE. IJKM0H& Co.. lu tlib OlHce of tho Ijlbrjrimi of. Cougroee, at Wellington, D.O. ,-..( ' ' ; -- -- --.-Mim" . H' ' ' ' ' ' ' u " . il i m ii I ii , b i ii I mi i ,, -. - l.l...flf glTJT. -- A. .. ..-. . .mi n i . ii.H .. f.fc iw5 J- TS'ThiE COUNTRY TOO POOR TO PAY ITS SOL- DIERS? e.hear it advanced by those who are opposed tbithepassage of the bill to equalize bounties, that thtbuhiryis too rioor too poor to pay its honest debis 'io. itie soldiers who saved it. Let us see. ( ." ' Mil' J 'li' Ir,om tho 10th day of March, 187.7, when he loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

2tsi' , " "S? w.ai. Titf ,'" iMia- iinrMFVTwa;iiiEBr'flV'.i t' .' jnrffnr v 'ir? n -. .- .. wTHHaWHBMMi 10 THE NATIONAL, TRIBUN E iHWHMWMlMiiMilH T- ! v ? ID jy TE DEVIL A SUrtlfn.fjrStory 5F MIIHary Ufa, In Aofa- ' i One ntjjht In ,fuiu ten year ago, Mo sitiuel-pacing up anil down before t he gates of Fort Defiance, ijp in the northeastern part&f Arizona, suddenly- heard the hoof- beat of a horse. ; r. Halt UVMip comes there?", rang out the challenge, butt there wa nanswer. . " It was a starlight night. Two or three hundred feet away the tfentlnercanghr, sight of white horse approach ing him at n brisk walk. When he could sec the horse he could also see that it had no rider. Droves of wild horses and still wilder nriistangs were frequently seen from the fort, and the sentinel was rather pleased that one of them was being led by curiosity to approach the gate. ,'ipho. horse grew whiter and larger as he came nearer, and when he halted ho wim not over ten feet, from the guard. He ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

nmtm t- THE .N-ATl-ONA-t TiRIBUN'E; 11 mUi iiiii.ii -j. jif -i h ill (r iiiiii --?1f I f CONGRESSMAN CONGER'S LOVE STORY. ' Hi Conger; of Mfchln, one of Mustorm-clotids'of tho Elision, is villi Wiliest utul Wo'crot46okVii of nihil. HisiiosO is ill ways .pocking into thct i'qqussus o hist i6utli9 , and hisses aro twisted, ,0w? V?; jy51101' thatnosi. ,WJ am ho laughs, every feature guts seared anil tries to l! hide ; but after tins smile leaves, tho looked it6soWvs Info position 6f6r the! Upland tlai eyes settle agaiiV'iuto rtlrclr'Seutryt-boxes at either side the nbso.. Mr. Conger has a lovo-history, which is very remarkable. Jlc hag a smiling wife, fair, fat, and forty, who leans upon him in the abandon of the honeymoon. She has dark hair, patted ofSiiToothly on her cheeks, and she wears goldTrimmedfSpQC taeles. She was his first love. A quarrel separated them. 'Each married. Twenty years after, he, a widower was ilt Congress, she, a widow sat in' the gallery and' likened tO' his sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

vtrt-HarfWWW' ' ii'i Jmm,"h- -, fmnA. -J- 66-: 12 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE S - ! C- m- u- - '. .'r S.&':. - .'V! llte afiatal fjrilnme. 4h taWli IHUMi A !.! MMWMMMMIi Q-K0TIG1& E. LBMOK cVQ0, Vf';; Mdiiprs arid PfbpHtiim. 1 1 . -"-- - s3S&cfcsfearr J . . , TlSilMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. . , , POSTAGE PREPAID. i-feutCopy One Year. - - - - Si .00 $"GopifcS. " . - - o.OO :'-aji!irtbcn u - - - 10.00 .Specimen copy sent, to any address on receipt of ton cents in currency or postage stamps. . Terms for Advertising furnished upon application. neTO SUBSCRIBERS. Whm changing your ad dress, phase give owner as well as present address with 4 County and Stale. ,'-':, tf&8ntJ,AKE NOVICE. In sending money for subscrip tions by maiL never inclose the currency except in a registered letter. A postal money order of-h draft on N. Y. is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail trill be most surely avoided if these directions are followed. JKafiVb responsibility is assumed for subscriptions pai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

k - i.mi4iHjt j me(f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 1 Unmm . jjfm.gm . .. JB.J.. y ,.. , ri .LmiynrcyTfuft nty , , ,; parol proof. The claimant, with hia witnesses, to appear before the commission and make out his case, and the commission to cross-examine on 'behalf of the United States. ' There arc several vital objections to this scheme. One is, the enormous extont of territory which necessarily must be allotted to each commission, -even if the number be increased to more than sixty, and, consequently, the onerous charge laid upon eaoh claimant for pension, of traveling ex penses for himself and witnesses, time lost in waiting for the action of the commission, delay :and necessary cost of living at the place ap pointed for the examination both for himself and bis witnesses, and tlie further fatal fact that no means are provided by which he can compel the attendance of his witnesses before the tribunal. Many pension claimants, nay, most of them, sire in absolute poverty ; many are widows, l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

14 XHE -NATIONAL .X R I B-U-HJ& :T H m -t'77 ?hrujT' hi hi X k n y'-J m:. c- i v -J. ' M I- ife: . , Pi't hi ,; 1 ,s f,i ? i':-,,i t 1 tT'i-S ti'.: i :Vi E$ r-xH m ?,? 'l ;r i w w -a X4 -re"? rt7 ,r" " ": live Senate CJommitoo on Pensions lins referred the bill to Senator J)avm, of Illinois, ex-Associate Justice of tho United States Supreme Court, a man of great fairness and judicial learning. Jndgo Davis hesitates to say what disposition will be made of the hill, tytt he will advise the Committee on Pensions to report it, favorably. He ha been furnished with all the facts b.eilring on the subject, and will bo ready to make a report to the committee at an early date. The whole number of persons entitled, to .pon tons as survivors of the Mexican war ,is seven thousand, including many already on the pension rolls, and others who have died since the work of enrollment began ; out of this number, 4,629 had been classified by regiments, &e., at the closo of the last Congress. Of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE. IB t1 representative of such person, lTgrtst!m?M; md the dischargo of such person has been lost, it shall 1-compctenHbhcjcgounting-ofUcers to receive,4 itr-lieu of the actual production of such dischargo, proof of the actual loss of the same, and secondary proof of its issue antl con tents, together with proof of the identity of tho claimant or porson deceosedimdp such rules dc iining'the character and form of the evidence as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe ; and no adjustment or paymentnof anv claimrot iuviJQOii-commissioned omcer, musician, aitfcficer. i"k JT i!M ; . . . ti.i i H fj. till 1 'wagoner, or pnvate soldier, sailor, or marine, or liis proper representative, under the provisions of this act, shall he made, unless the application he filed within five years from the passage of the same. A This hill is now beforevtheGommitfeon Mii- itary Affairs of the Senate and the .Committee of TViuitaiy Affairs of the House. VMV.' '' ' X y '-'.tV.1,M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1877

"16 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m ! I i?l p 4 i, fc ! f ii wr i fti "t J- " "r " "f"4 M l ' to t i ' ! Tub attention of tho former clients of E. F. Pritchard, 308q.t of Indianapolis, Indiana, who havo 1101. written to mfc ?itito December lS7u is again called to the following: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, tfoV.Ati, 187(5. GMUJJGK 1C. lEMON, ESQ., Washington, D. C. Dear Silt : Yon are hereby authorized to notify (moli of niy cIIimiI that 1 havo transferred to you all their claims evidences, Ac, and that it is tny desire they should correspond with you hereafter, and forward such evidence as you may need to complete their claims. (Signed,) B. P. PIUTCHAKD. This proposed transfer was submitted to the Hon. Z. Chandler, Secretary of the Interior, for his consideration and action. The following extract from his letter, writ ten to the Hon. J. A. Ileutley, Commissioned of Pensions, explain itself, and to it your attention is invited : DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Washington, D. C, Dec, G, 3870. Sir: In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1877

ril k 1 & 77 r S Mfitki $wrwaf &&? i? fa interests of flu goJtlhr's mttUmhrfS of the Me wnrt mtd nil enniontrn of the nifed giutef. "4 CREJORGE B. LEMON & Editors and Proprietors la " Vol. I, No. 3. WASHINGTON D. C, DECEMBER, 1877. asc TEBMB, FIFTY CENTS PBB TEAB. Statrln CotiIrr. I CJesnts in Curronnv or Pofltiurft StaniTiH. .gViforrrf accornr to XJt ofOmyrttt, in (to jutr ofovr Ird, iSTT, fry Georfa Jrtfnon it Co., in 1M Of eftht 7,ttrrfem eCongrei, at Washington, 1). g. J TO THE SOLDIERS OF THE TJHION. ITnitcand Organize at once to secure the passage - . of the Bounty Bill. The events of the war, and the men of the war, are fast fading from the public attention. Its history is growing to be an " Old, Old Story. Public interest is weakening day by day. The .memory of march, and camp, and battle-field, of the long and manly endurance, of the superb and uncomplaining courage, of the mass of sacri fice that redeemed the Nation, is fast dying out. Those who rejoice in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1877

THE NATIONAD TR-ffiONS. 18 .f .it " m . I 5 7f71. - 3nr Wr.. ' ".3't- -' Report of thfyGommissidner ofPensionm' T,. . m...m i otittiV Tv-ni'mn ,x Pension Office f . arin!tonf2). .ft, October ISt 1877. Sir : In submitting a roportpf tlio tratisacftdns of this bureau fpr thf year mulinjj Juno 80,' 1877, I desire to m tn vnnr nmmtion ! .'' m First, To Table I, hereto Annexed. Moro cases by 24 per cent, "were il " 6-?- i . Imbbwiblo to eoeWesuch reports as jould permit oven nn approach to Intelligent adjustment of olalms, - " ' I do not bellovo It Is possible to do woro to Instruct tlio surgeons than lias already boen done, .. " It Is comparatively rarothht claim Is now made for a disability contracted in servico ; It is a question of sequels to disabilities in curred in service. . ... ' "lIt is therefore essential to any approximation to intelligent notion that wo havo skilled, trafnod surgeons. But If it woro possi ble to secure experienced and skilled surgeons, and to hold them, ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1877

i, THE NATIONAL 'TRIBUNE. 19' JSSSSL. :? r x ., m. ',yisr:- tor ti.,?v r. v ; m. fir-4 w! m pk: ft." 3".' h tljctr.bonds balnjf very Inrgo, it wub In some onscs very troubloeomo to comply with.) Tho consolidation iras oHootcd promptly ami without confusion. Taking pinco at tho ond of tho pay-month, tho pensioners woro moro than usually prompt In applying for their ponsions, which vrcro duo on the i 4th of Juno,, and comparatively fow payments romnlncd to ho made lu, July and August, and tho payments' at tho consolidated agencies, in most casos, bolng taken up as oarly as July 20, and In all cases before the ond Of tho month, very little inconvonionoovrns ox porlonced by tho penstonors. Except In a fow Instances, So far as I havo been Informed, tho con duct of tho gentlemen whoso olllccs woro discontinued by tho Exoc-utivb-ordor was admirable. Many or them, notwithstanding thoy wore about to be cut oh from offices at onco honorable aud lucrative, exprcsdod tholr approval of the conso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1877

TitaX3!CP'- 6 H THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. -tf-iT--fc- a: u H' i K5$)4s S$mMrmwwx The National Tribuno. GEORGE E. LEMON & CO,, JSfiitov ntl lroprietrs. Washington, D. C.j December, 1877. JTERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 50 Cents $2.00 POSTAGE PREPAID. Ge copy One Year -Five Copies, " The December nihnber as a specimen copy sent to amy address on receipt of one three cent postage stamp. Terms for advertising Tarnished upon application. 139" To Subitcrtbers.Wften changing your address jp&om give former as ucll as present address, with County and Stain, BT TaJie Woticc.In sending money for subscrip tUons b-y mail, never inclose tjte currency except in a regis tered tetter. A postal money ardtr or a draft on New York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail wiU be most surely avoided if tfiese directions are followed. 83F iVr0 respoytsibility is asmmed for subscription paid to agents, which must be at the rislc of the subscriber. t3F" Communications, subscriptions, an...

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