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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

f "S rTiLA CkH , m L, iLMl. 'i p;; &? cf t&lMtthlu $cmrwd devoted to the inter cat n oft the ggoMiera nnd Jwte oft the httc war, and nU pensioners aft the gjnifed tute: i 8 Kl-. ffAJ, i B? P4 & SV I- PAv m: :PiO)ll9hocl by The NATIONAL TRIBUfOJ-OTFAinr Vol. n,.2STo. 8. WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST, 1879. IKntered according to Act 0 Congrtts, in tht year of our Lord, 1S7S, in tht OJflc otht Llbrat (an ofCongrut, at WaiAtngton, D. O. TERMS, FIFTY OBNTB PER YEAR. Specimen Copies sent Free on Request. Light-Infantry Movements. . Present arms t thoro thoy are, I3otli stretched out to mo ; Strong nnd sturdy, smooth and vrhito, Fair as arms can be. Ground nrms I on the iloor, Picking- up his toys : lireaklng all withlu his roach, Busiest of boys. llight wheel ! off his cart, Left wheel, too, is gone, Horsov's head is broken off, Horsoy's tail is torn. Q.ulck stop ! forward, march ! Crying, too, ho comes ; Had a battlo with the cat u Scratched oil bofc my funis I" Shoulder arms! he...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

T - 5 :L 5S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i i, )i M ' m h s 9 : M T 4 Ml n i l -v, ft k ; 1 1. :. & ! i ,'i 'i done your lioart good if yuii had irono to sec the two moot passngo through tlio oVwlTtiollpm, and mon coutinuo to in the morning Charlie and his friend Hob. And Char- j roll. At the Sdodncl Hbatis Wayne receives a llonh wound lie, who got so well and had a motlior who was not poor in tho hoatl. Thinking it fatal at tho moment, ho called on either, helped Rob into businoss. And ho got well over his two aids, captains Fishbourn and Archer, to carry him his wounds at lat and grow ns handsome as a piotmo, and to-day week ho is going to marry DrusUln. Vd glvo yo any tiling I have," I said, "and I won't refuso you even Drnsilln, whon he asked me, tolling mo that ho had laved her over sinco she was so kind to him on tho night I've told you of, And Charlie is to stand up with him, and l am to givo DniRflla nwftv. and Rob's sistor from Groonbnnk is lo bo bridesmaid, rind T havo a guoes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

"VjfP- lJ"; i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 59 Statement of the number of men called for by the President of the United Slates, and number furnished by each Stale, Territory, and the District of Columbia, from April 15, 1S61, to close of the War of the Rebellion. i THEmh. iii .ito him ii.ii wi .fc i. iii.ni liii ii' in a nmhwit Call of March 14,1801, for iMlumfS;te 2)0,000 men for thrco lntnenrlrete. VCttl'S. I tween Apr. 23 ' A July 1. '61 Call or April i , 161. ror , fs.ooo niuliln I for throo Gall of May 3, iSCl, confirmed by Act tip- MonfurnUlicilIn "'ntocM.efAngu.t., Mon furnliheil Mny and June lfiOby special Ruthorllj for thrco months. proved vug. o, lsoi, and unucr aois approved July 22; and 2,j 1S61-, for C0J.0J0 mon. J.OU-1 AUl OVU,- U&l, for,30o, uniltr Jirocla Nation of Jttn 1S.1863, rorntll illaforOm'ihD. CiitU of Octoliflf If, 1M, (which nm hnioet man rnlel by draft of ItOS) nuil Vohrunrjr 1, 1?04, for 800,000 forthrro'yearg. IOJnioufoi'3 006 militia Tor 111 no monilil. mou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

'!f 60 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m !?' t IS im 14 I Si if? h 1 I ,??" B: w m I V f t I IN , S V u iti : : ?1 . t -S til mmi ai ; Wo(! VI i Tho Equalization Bounty Bill and tho PUblio Lands. tEntOTctl nt the pnst-OiHeo at Washington is 2.1-olass matter. Washington, D. C, August, 1879., TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. There is n consideration intimately connected with tho Equalization Bounty Bill which wo bolicvo has novor been presented in this paper nor in tho I halls of Congross. It is ono which 'commends itsolf j to tho closo attention of statesmen and political economists as well as to all who have tho interests of our soldiers at heart. By virtue of the statutes of the United Statos all soldiers are now entitled to one hundred, and sixty acres of tho Public Domain POSTAGE tfltBPA. On nrmvOne Year . - 50 Gents) FivO Gomes. ----- 2.00, Ten copies, (with extra copy to gottor-up occupancy for the term of fivoyoars.doducting uicrotrom tno time served in tno union ivrniy uur ini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

r ) $ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 61 m W- k K; fc i PA P., Kf fell i- I B k. K IK,..' ' BR r trial. Why this trial never took place remains a-j state secret, known perhaps to ndno now living. But ho should havo boon tried and by a military court martial, and then wo would havo had no Pas eagoula speech. The intent of the Union soldiers would have been carried out, though not on " a sour apple tree." Now, what are the purposes of this man ? Is he desirous that in the former re- ble homes, to begin again their lives of honorable toil. Recognizing these as facts, who will be so mean, so dastardly, so brutishly ungrateful, as to refuse the poor pittances of bounties and pensions to these noble men. If there be such they deserve to bo expatriated from the land they dishonor, while their lands, goods, and chattels should be confiscated for the benefit of men, who alone have preserved bellious States, now restored to their normal rela-! civil liberty for this people to enjoy, we hope through tio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

62 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. I:- . t .JJ 4 w v tf 4 1 if yr i i . -if ; i if ! Til r n i j A IP if Tin m vati i'& fli a m I S- I ff li S) Ri l! I Money Which Will Do Groat Good. It affords us much pleasure to notico that the Pen sion Ofllco is still sondlngoutsumsof monoy, doubt less to choor many a household. What n God-send it is to a family, many a time, to rocoivo a few hun dred dollars. Tho dear homoslead may bo mort gaged, an unrelenting creditor demands his princi pal and interest, and a visit from the sheriff is con stantly dreaded, when along comes a check from the Pension Agent for $1,000. The black clouds arc dissipated, the sun of happiness breaks forth, and aU from the old grandfather in the chimney corner to the baby just toddling around, are ready to sing for joy. Here are a few more payments we are per mitted to copy : ' Hatch's Mills, Im. Poiitb Co., Ind., Jiili 9, 1S79. Ghq. B. Lemon : Sin i T- received .$248, drawiiig- back to the time df my husband's death. .Resp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

'r-y TKE , NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 63 i t l The Patriot Spy. Captain Ltnlo wns just of ago whon ho vyns liuiigocl in 2?ow York for being t'limcl wltliin tlio Brinish lints with important In formation concerning tlie English fordo and plan's in his posession. Ho was a nativo of Coventry, Conn., and was born in 1775. Educated at Yale college, he was a teacher in Now London, with the ultimate purpose Of entering the ministry, when the news ciuno from Bos ton of the battle of Lexington. Ho was one of the first; to enlist a few hours after the nows was received, and ho en couraged others to enlist. "Lot us march immediately," ho is on record as saying, "and never lay down our arms until wo obtain our independence." The next morning tlio New London company were on the road to Boston. Some year ago an effort was made to induce Congress to make an appropriation for a monument to Hulo's memory. It was unsuccessful. Then tho women of his nativo town, Coventry, with tho aid of a small sum granted ly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1879

r r 64 NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Aotmfciiii -. - a ' Mi hfi' 18 I J m r V r j -ft "s 4 Th'o Now' York Herald's Babyhood. Spooial Anriounoernont to all Our Friend. In our correspondence, recently, with nn old gen tleman residing in New York city, ho related tho fo Mowing nnecdote of the babyhood of the New York Mrald: "You see," he writes, "in early times my brother kept a paper store on Broadway, near John street, and among his patrons was James Gordon Bennett, the father of the present owner of the MoralcL Mim,' as wo called him then, had just started his sheet it was a contemptible looking thing, I tell you, not as large as-the J3 toning News of Now York iu a cellar on Ann street, and when he came for paper, being his own porter, very often ho had no money whatever. But he carriod an old fashioned bull's-oye silver watch, and, when broke, would always put that up as security for his roam of paper. One day, however, on taking out his ! watch to leave it with my brother, the latter ob serve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

IIIIMIIII IIMMJIII II ffMM r i J SJonthln gourmtl devoted to the interests of the Soldiers und guilors of the htte wnr, nnd nil pensioners of the nited Me. 4ha J&p If: I. Published by The NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY T Vol. inNo. 9. WASHLHGTOItf, D. 0., SEPTEMBER, 1879. Snttred according to Act of Congren, in the year of our Lord, iS78, in the Office of the Ltorai (an oConprttt, at Waehtngton, D. 0. TERMS, FIFTY CENTS PER YBAE. Specimen Copies sent Free on Requost. 7flT,.xa; A Grand Old Poem. "Who shall judge a man from manners ? "Who shall know him by his dross ? Pniipors may bo lit for priucos, Princes fit for something less ; Orumplcd shirt and dirty jacket May beclotho the golden ore 'Of tho deepest thought and fooling Satin vests could do no more. ' There are springs of crystal nectar Ever wolling out of stone ; There aro purple buds and golden, Hidden, crushed, and overgrown ; God, who counts by souls, not drqssps, .Loves and prospers you and me, "JVhilo Ho values thrones tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

i) I i 66 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i it ft : m r m said, rushing back to tlio window. Come, Boso, hurry, or all will bo lost " Tlio follow now wishotl to insist on my going first ; but ho saw Unit time was wasting and glided down tho rope, gradually disappearing in tlio heavy shadows. Tho fall of ono of their number had caused otriy a mo mentary lull, and I hoard them rcnow tho assault with tenfold fury. I dared not lire again, for I fey. that every bullet would bo needed whon affairs wore more pressing. It seemed an ago before I felt tho signal from below hat tho rope was ready for mo ; but it came, and I lctmy olf down ; pausing an instant, as my eyes gained a level villi tho sill, to take a last look into tho room. As I did so tho door gave way, and tho bloodthirsty do notis poured over tho threshold. I knew that T had no time for deliberate movement, lhey would instantly discover tho mode of escape, and ithor cut tho rope or else ilre down on me. I had taken tlio precaution to draw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

M-J THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r 67- ltthiMtfctMMMMWi 4MtfhNbMMmUai m. !l m i a i 'a i f,4s ;'l Wo do not think our friend 0. S need givo himself any uneasiness as to the notion of Congress this winter. Who ever the soldiers vote for, in 1880 will bo elected Prosidont, and as next fall brings tlio election of a now House of Rep resentatives, all tho present members who pro for not to stay at homo will support tho Equalization Bounty Bill and othor measures tho soldiers now urgently domand. Tho watchword of tho soldiers now is, uThoso idM are not for us, are against ." LniEiiTY Falls, Sullivan Co., N. Y., Aug. 11, 1S79. Editor National Ttibunk -Dear Sin: With great pleasure did I receive The Tribune Clock, accompanied by tho Juno aud July numbers of The National Tri bune. Tho Clock itself is a perfect gom. It is well fitted to adorn oithor mansion or cottage. I am so very, very much pleased with it. I can hardly see how you can afford really so beautiful and Jinn a little time-piece at so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

A 68 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i m f V t h v L v li r m 2Jg. SSmmCt . e a jw !ajC V jlSvmftlt. tti i i iTli" ' vjt3. Mf nw ? I"'"' "" TOk. l2Skit 1 1 V rt vfeprvwwv A Gonorous and Just Work for Officers. i aw Entered at tho Post-Ofllro at Washington usSd-clus matter Washington, D. C, September, 1879. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE VKBVAaO 0.no copy One Year - 50 Oonts Five Copies, " $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gotlor-up of Club,) 4,00 For every fifteen subscribers wo receive from any party we will forward our "National Tribune Clock " free, said party paying express chnreos. I He may send a few names at a time, at ou cents each, and when the fifteen arc made up the clock will be forwarded. A specimen number of our paper sent free, on re quest. Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. B. See our article in another column in re gard to forming clubs to procure " The National Tribune clock," in combination with The Na ttonaii Tribune. Tho Botontion ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 69 Mi i r BY IR-. RP i'S" j ft!.. IK' ft'-. i .-" ss P. K.. c. is I I- fifai lias nob rocoivod tho samo. Also, children who have boon or who would havo boon dobarrcd a ponsion under tho old ponsion laws by reason of tho youngest having attained tho ago of twenty-one years without having mado an application, should now apply ; also brothers and sisters who were under sixteen years of ago at tho date of tho soldier's death and depen dent upon him for support, (the soldier having loft rieithor widow, minor child, or children surviving him and the mother and father having died boforo tho brothers and sisters attained tho age of sixteen years,) now have a valid claim. Tho classes above referred to number tons of thousands, and this good news will be cheering in. deod to thorn, especially as it comes so unexpectedly upon the heels of tho disallowance of thoir claims, or information that thoy had no title to pension. Kemombor that under tho Pension Laws, children of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

-1 r: i 70 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m .,:' ' u W -i 11 ' ih :l . i "' l sfi discomfort, hardship and loss than fight On the third day after skirmishing had r hoys lay right alongside tho Forty-second In How a Policoman Wooed and Won His Bride in Days of Yore. "Well, boys. I don't exactly know as I have a right to show up a man's private affairs in this -way, hut, as it is a yarn ol tho war that moro than one oi you can appreciate from actual oxperionuo, I will givo it to you. To begin j with, I don't think thoro's one hero but what has hoard ol the Thirty-sixth Illinois volunteers -that good old rcgi roont which has lost more soldiors in battlo and loss from disease than any other regimont in tho sorvico. "Woll, along in tho last days of 1802, tho Thirty -sixth fouud it solf a part and iarcol of the fight at Sfcono river. "1 don't think, by tho way, that any ono ovontot tho war contained more that samo uccrun. our diana, in which command our friend Blank there, yondor, had a warm perso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 71 V mSi m NT & ft h His Last- Joke. How tlioso war memories oomo lioating back ! Tt scorns liko a dream now, but it was terribly roal then. At Olus tee, just before the light, "Ploaso, sir, said Pat, an Irish corporal, "I think mo horso wants to roll." "Very well." said tho captain, "take off his saddle and lot him roll, but mind you mount us soon as ho is through.' "Yos, sir, said Pat, saluting, and falling to tho roar. There was a brush with tho "Johnnies" a few minutes later, andthoro was livoly work for tho next half hour. When a lull came, tho captain saw Pat sitting quietly on a stump, holding his saddle. "Where's your horse?" asked the captain. "Down in tho field thero, sir," answered Pat, rising to salute his commander. ''Didn't I toll you to mount as soon as ho had dono rolling? "Sure you. did, captain, an' it's for that I'm waiting. Ho haw I begun yew' It was Pat's last sally ol wit. Tho poor lellow toll in tho next charge Soldier of the Unoss....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1879

i r 72 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i r ,a H M I I ?sa SI i WrHton for Tun National Tmnujcn. Tho Drummer Boy. Special Announcement to all Our Friend. Oil n. Northern flohl of lmitlo, Ihy nvsoltltor young nntl ntlr ; Soft tlio evening utoozo hum o'or him, Tossing back, hla auburn hair. Slqoj) had closod his weary oyoHds, ( A1nfi BWoot visions, o'etf him rOulrf? Ho was dreaming of tho dear onas Ho had lort behind at homo. M Other Sitting by the fireside Knitting stockings for hor son j Father oloso hesltlo hor muling Of tho battlo lately won. Sistur romping with tho kitten, Pausod to hear if brother's nnmo Ho among the sick or wounded, Or among tho list of slain. On tho flro the kettlo singing ; Table sot and waiting t&iro, There's his cup and pinto nil ready, And ho soos his vacant chair. There's tho clock upon tho mantel, There's tho rosebud on tho sill, All are there just us ho left thorn, And ho dreams ho soo's them still. Even Towsor on the hearth-rug, All curled up just like a hall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

4, 1 ' J Mhmfhb $otmml devoted to the interests of the oldiera and mhrn of the lute ivnr, itnd nil $$etmonerj of the $fmfcd fufe$. ., I I.ln , Published by The -cjnT. TT-TNT.v 10 "W A STTTOaTfW. T) P, nnrPO"RTflR. 1R79. T V ...-.- -., V. . V. T . .-..w -., V .. V. , . wj W W V-, w . - . NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY. TERMS, FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR. Specimen Ooplos .sent Free on Request. Entered according to Act ofCongreu, In the near of bur Ji6rd) 137S, In the Office of the Librai tan ofOongreu, at Washington, D. 0. t , :.. Art Thou Living Yet? BY JAMKS O. QLMXK. The following' swoot tribute to a mother's memory la full of mler moaning, unci is worthy of tho poot-slngcr that wrote It. tender tn i Is thero no grand, Immortal sphere ' Beyond this vnle of broken ilea. To till tho wants that mock us here, And dry tho tears from weeping eyes ; Where winter melts in endless spring, ' And June stands near with deathless flowers ; Whore wo mav hear the dear ones sing Who lovod lis In this world of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

74 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. : 1 Hi til By this time ho had made known briefly to some officials that, n woman was niissinir who had boon in tho carriage with him, and onc"5r two of thorn followed him hihisiiFF aiiosfc. Presontt.v ho realized urctty well whoro ho hnn Y bean thrown ; he all but identified the spot. Thou ho scrambled through tho hrdge, and there on the opposite side, on tho sloping hank of a ditch, ho behold, lying quite still, her dark, unmistakable form. SolM An cvs' ifiprfit;itbcncc Hast Tennessoo Auocdoto. No' Union soldiers living in our land aio untitled to Alow honor and praise thatitthoso from East Tennessee. How thoy fought, what thoy endured, for tho benefit Of the Ho ra fforwardi and heudingovcr hor and looking down 5 o.i? " Hupresuugvemmos. .uiirinontta ,on . 2nrb!e.ttnM fae saw at a glance thai, thoro W Mtft IT ? WiS vivmvv v jmiuwi trAiiav iu i? m? niwu um v uuiintuiit rs, conflnod in a rebel prison (a stockade,) tho follow noident took place as related by M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

75 jj in . .. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. -: W ihi -" HB &' I f? tUlo will live forever In connection with brave nets per formed by him, which for cboliiQsS and undaunted valor find no piirallol on Mho pnges of ancient or modern war faro in ono so youhgi ' Wo give one act which won for him the highest meed of praise from Ros.'orans and Thomas, and ovory other oflicer and private of the Army of the dumborlaud. At the battlo of Ohiokamauga littlo Johnny Clom, hav ing just nassod his twolffch year, exchanged the "long rbll" of tho drum for the "brisk fire" of tho doadlv mus ket ; and on tho 23d day of September, 1801), when tho Tho Story of Mr. Rabbitt and Mi. Fox as Told by Uncle Bemus. Yesterday the lady whom Uncle Remus calls " Miss Sally" missed her little six-year old. Makirig search for htm through tho house, she heard the sound of voices on tho back piazza, and looking through tho. window saw tho little child sitting by Udcle Reriihs. His head rested against tho old man's arm, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

76 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. V !. i fl 4 .5 t'. t 41!: I r ;i; m u 430 mtdpSiw The Heart sf the Nation. i The humanitarian who beholds in the future, mnn fully redeemed from superstition and tyranny, in fEntorott at tho Postonioo at Washington us aa-cia8umucv , the enjoyment of all the blessings vouchsafed by "-'- - .-.-------" ' " - ; a generous Providence and the enlightened states- Wasiiinoton, D. 0., October, 1S7U. of other lands, now yearning to possess such a her itage of freedom, as you enjoy. A Daniel Como to Judgment. t'i mmim man, whose life is devoted to tho bust interests-of ' his country, often must mentally dwell with peculiar "TVi care, for him who has home the battle, ami for his nlnnftnrrt nnnn fhni. trlnrinnn lnnrl rlr'ftinftr) hv thri widofoamlorphins."--miMiAnLiscoiK, Amn,iftn L cAoftr1v A i other portions of her domains, arc but as the fringes ; of her garments. Here live the men, who best qx,- 50 Gents '. 0,nplMy ifttboir lives the type of free citizens. This is sh...

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