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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

1 1 K. tv- R M MhHdtj HowKtl devoted to the interests of the oldiers and nilorn of the Me wnr, nnd all jjjjewshners of the j$mted tte. . ffcv i i -, ... .. -- i i - i i ii ..I ' i tj i i i f Published by The NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY, HT,V0L.nNo.l. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JANUARY, 1880. "gSSSLSl Entered according to Act ofCongret; in the year of our Lord, tS7B;in the Office of the Llhrat ianofCongru, at WatMngton, D. O. The Long .Ago. Thoro's n. beautiful Isle In tlio long ago, All flooded with golden light, And u rlvor that llowa by tho margin grocn, Whoso waters uro wondrous bright I Thoro's a bark that elides with snowy sail, And tho music of silver oar, 'That carries us back to tho shining gates Of that beautiful past onco more. Ah ! ovory ho irt holds some sweet dream Of a beautiful long ago ! Thoro woro bright hopes nursed in tho long ago, Swcot ilowors wo gathered there, And tho walls of this beautiful past is hung With many an imago fair I And oh I thoro Is room for tho foot to tr...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

m 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. w U i l'i l! J 'IS !l II i Solbicus' (ffovrcspanfi'cnc e. 393 ryg- Nn.r.viM.K. Commwiu.axd to., N. J., December 8), 1ST1. TlirZffor Rational Tribune: Sin: Isorvwl thraoyonrs and was dlflohargod in the Shonan donh Valley. I soo that, a great dual 1b bring aaid in your paper about tho ISfiunli.aUon Uonnty.mil. Tho soldiers all over the tho country demand this a tholr right, and those who vote Against this bill will bo politically (loomed. Tho bill passed twice 1 learn and wns votoeil by tho President. Now, UiIh was an outvago on tho soldiers. Lot the hill go through this winter without ftiil nnd thousands of homos will bo made happv. I never havo boon In your city slnco, when a member of the s'lxth Corps, we enmo front tlm front at Petersburg to save von from eaptnro by the rebel. Succohs to the Tjuuhnb and the Eo null zu tIonHounty.mil. Yours truly. A SOLDI KH. Nhw Vok, January 2, isso. ni'niy. Then I hnvo to provo that 1 wont Into tho army In a sound physic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

4 ,-t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. a tr, i t. & te p-- it &? k".l l!V iv.; ft 6 ft. i p&' ft"-' H tfv '' KM, IV' iS I ' &f-v iEfc UPS? TO- r K '-.;.. (Eotrcsp'cmbcnts' Column. II, It.. IiiMA,N.Y.Tho National csuardnro not nllowod bounty and no land warnmts have boon provided for service in the Into war. J ah. D KnnKHTON, Wis. The mother of a deeensod soldier, in drdOr to Obtain a pension, must provo that alio was wholly or in part dopon-lent upon hltn for support at tho tlato of hie death, arid than ho oil neither widowed nor minor child nor children &urvlviughim. AsfDiiuw U., iUud.vwK, Ontakio, Can da. t am a pensioner of Inn war of 1812. Q If I should die will my pension go to my wife. Ana what steps wtllbo necessary-in order timt pTio may poauro ,t? A. Your ponslon will go to your.wifo. Sho will bo ruoiutrod to fllo a deeliiration and provo hor marriage. ' II. E. B., HisoAnwAv, N. .T.fJno months' men uio entitled to .pension tho same as thoo who enlisted for a longer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

N 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. . I e f , ,if MH iiy t.WiM 1 !: if l i If 1,1 f IP iM HM If; ML 1 I C'OsrS'L . . , . Jpflsl D& 'tma't '.JLjMte' f t' fctC"vjr iVrafxAz'rB CBS H a" Tlio Now Yoar of 1880. I Bntoroil ftt tho Post-Ofllco at Washington as 2l-cla-s mutter Washington, D. C, January, 1880. Tub National Tribune moots its many frionds- with all tho good wishes that belong to this sonson ! of good will and good hopes. Tt recognizes all over our country the established certainty f bettor times, , tho sure and steadfast onward current of our great i agricultural, manufacturing, commercial, and mining -- "-- " ' , I industries. Over this broad land innumerable acres " Co care for him who has bor na the battle, and for ?m ! , ... , r ., , . n .. , loMotoaMdorpiann." Atmiaitam Lincoln. ; have whitenod for the harvest. Cotton in larger . , r .. ovn iitinn ov(yv jCforc known; wheat and corn in TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE overflowing abundance ; the products Of the dairy, ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

TfiE NATIONAL, TRIBUNE. . ,-', iV-' tfirf.'i l'. ... 1..I L ., i - , m.ij ft Jl..-. . -...--.. ....l.J.Ani .-.... - - ,..,.,. ,. . I ,1 ,111 - ' )" ' ' """ - f.-. I: ft.' it' r (&.-. he5' &.' fe- R&- iv-4 . -. $4' ST ") K,?-' KV. ;. at- V- 6, I. II. I-? Causos of Belay in Allowance of lJensions. I ft is important that all par bios interested should know what arc the real causes of delay in action in the Pension Office. The groat controlling and most effective cause is in the ruling, belief, and conduct of the Commis sioner. Congross in the Pension Laws, has invest ed in that officer, a very great discretion without any supervision and without any proper ap peal. He can grant or refuse a pension upon his single opinion, He can decide testimony suf ficient or insufficient, he and he only can decide upon the truthfulness or falsehood of the proof offered There is, from liis judgment, a nominal appeal to the Secretary of the Interior, but that officer is too fully occupied i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. pii !l .fo-CR. 11 Ono from Iffwa writes : That Commissioner Bontloy, Bill', is chuck full of ousscdnOSs. with his Sixty -Surgeon !a Case of Hardship What the Passage of the tion ; we thereforo bog of your honorablo bodies most "RnunliVntinn Pm,fl "Rill Will Tlffnnt ' respectfully, yot earnestly, and without dolny to pass this equalization Boun.y BUI Will Meet. , wuinnd ,m ftft for wWoliy0ll wm ?vor merit I aiim 4-l.n.ilm ntiil nl.t-tt-nln A twl .r,nr IlinnMM'I'l 1 lftj5 Will Will lllitllllO IVIIII ltlUlimVlW ilU JWUi iuuiviiii .. ... If AM KB. Wo publish below a lotior from a lady in Kansas, over pmy. Another from the same State say : showing the mismanagement of tha Pension Office ; Wo all know, and tho God of Heaven knows, thnt this ono case among hundreds whiclfcomo to hand ffc!!J,S?lS.1I!l.l!irSS!5r l"lW"V,i tho advantages which will grow out, of tho p. Wit ilUlUl Ul KllU A U'lvril vllUvV.. il vv. v....u uvww ,,... , .... ... , .. .., id whoro ho is who w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

$ I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. '': i w. "Whoro in thunder l" ho said, with pallid lips, as ho kit List of the Battles of the War of the Rebellion all over tho bod in frenzied Jmsto "whoro in thunder aro th3Sdhlnf0 lftmblo." with a sting as pitiless as tho, f1""0 j ? PWteatamiof aualplm, linger of scorn, just then climbed up tho inside Of Mr. betl1 hb of ho Buttles of the War of ttio Ttcbolhon , aUddlorib's nightshirt, until it got fairly botweon his I from authentic sources, to b i continued horoaftcr. It will shoulders, and then it folt for his marrow, and said, , , , - .., n ... , . calmly: ' be pleasant, we hopo, for tluxolu soldiers to see again tho "Hero is ono of them." ! names and dates of battles in which they or thoir friends And Mrs. Middlerib felt ashamed of hor feeble screams . , , , whon Mr. Middlorib throw up both arms, and with a , C00K ,M1 L liowl that mado the wiudows rattle, roared : rr.-Ti" "Take him olf! 0, laud of Scot ! somebody take him ! off!" And whonalittlo hono...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1880

8 TH NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m I -. 4 n u m fl Stop Scowling. Don't, snmvl. it snoils llio fltcos. Boforo yon know it your forehand will resemble a small railroad map. TIiovq ml grand trunk lino now from yonr cowlick to the $Ug& of your nose, intersected by parallel linos running cast and wost, with curves arching your eyebrows, and, oh, . how much older you look for it. Scowling is a habit that steals upon us unawares. Wo frown when tho light is too strong, and when it is too weak Wo tin our eyebrows into a knot when wo are thinking, and knit thorn moh tightly when vo oannot think. There is no denying thoro arc plonty of things to scowl about. Tho baby in,tlie cradlo frowns whim some-; thing fails to suit. "'"Constitutional scowl,'1 wo say.; Tho little toddler will) has sugar on his broad and butter tolls his trouble" in tho same way when you leave the off. "Cross," wo say about tho children, and Our Splondid Primhiiii sugar "worried to death" about tho old folks, and as for our selv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

?. r. , H $ it Hi $ cgjonfltfa gourml devoted to the inter cuts of the goldicrs and mlorn of the lute wnr, nnd nil enmonertt of the fitted jitte. Vol. f, No. 2. WASIinsrGTOJST, I). 0., FEBRUARY, 1880. I tehljs, fifty cents pbh yeas, . J ' ' ' ' I Specimen Oonlcs sont Frf-M on "Rnnnoat. ISoUrtd aceonthig to Act itfCevffreu, In tht ptar of our Lord, i$79, in ttb Ofkc otfm Libra, ten oOonprcts, ct VfaMngton, D. 0. rubltrthixl by The NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY The Rood to Slumber-Land. "What te tho road to riufabur-laiMl T and whtn Uoab tho baby not Tbo road lies straight through uitUior'B nms wlion tho sun Is sinking low. Uo poos by tho drowsy "Infcd of M0dM to U lnu of "lullaby," Whun till woo bnblea aro solo In th SW, itmlor Uto ovaalng sky. A soft ltttUj nightgown, eloan nwt whlto, a fltoe Mtighecl swet nnd ftilr; A mothor brushing tho to agios out of tho filiktm gldn hair ; Two llttlp tlrod, satiny feot, from the ehoo unil tho etooklng froo ; Two llttlo palms together olaspod tit the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

10 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ' if 1 ' ht iolbicrs' tforrcsponbence. Fon Trm N atioxai. TmneNB. Tho Battle of Shfloh from My Own Standpoint. ROW RIGHT 1IUNDRUD MKN HttLD TlTK KKY-rOTXT TO THE LANDINO AGAINST OVBK BiailT THOUSAND FOB FIVE IfOUHS AND BAVtfD TUB MtMV. Milor National 7Y(bune: HSnniPVhiml?! my olWniow onll to mind Old asoaiu. ffirfe 1 1 JS ' mTi0fton Y."n.a rocollctlon of my experiences during the war. I liavo notleod s nco Its closo that tho nonuhir Wf f1 U!?1 nt tn0 ,MXtUoof s!noh.o5 Sun "nytlw Bill SUVJIr W&.Y.1 onillr, """J wns routed ami foil book in the (ore S! LI1 " 5rnrt tMftt 1 Portion of tho Union forcos Hold tlio S SiiSi5 tt rp !u a " w in to mr; ?i, r, :,: i':""i.i"7' "?. l" "ulor,u " "? v""" ioairloHnn tnow nbnni l l.tf r . VV"1':: -l";,.VI"a"..1" " l.l.no. PP'Q wasnnlN' inrlv nn tli 1.x... l.. n ...i ... i.. .. .... .rt,,.r ,,i, alW'ii 1 iwi-ij iiiuurvCT iu UB lurgOlUMl mOI'll- li,? rtPn, th Umt 1,?ov" anonulliiK was heird far to tho iTi!hk? w. lnV f?Ik?i-if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

M THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 11 0 The Mexican War Pension Bill. sailor of tho for other pur- A bill uraiitiua; pensions to curtain soldier and JMoxicnn and" otlior Wats tliaroin named, and poses. Jlc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Mutes of America in Conaress assembled, That tho Secretary of the ltitorior ho, and Is hereby, authorized and di rected to place on tho pension-roll tho numoB of tho surviving officers and enlisted men, including militia and volunteers of military and naval soi'vices of tho United States, u ho served sixty davs in tho war of IS46 and 1S17 with Mexico 5 who served thirty dnjs In tho Urcok war of 18S and 1830, or in tho Florida war with the Semlnolca, from 13:15 to 142, or tho Ulack llnulc waroflS32, and wore honorably discharged, and to such other oilloors and soldiers and sailors as may liavo been personally named In any resolution ol Congress lor any specific service in said wars, although their terms of service may have be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

12 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ii I i 111 ns i H (Si " -&r J)?-, ,. i iim -ras y.2PI4w i jpmwi Examination of the Pension Oillco. juid, inasmuch a the poor dependents upon hi& 1 action hove no other advocate, it is the Special duty The confessed evils of tho present system of ad-j0r ihc House of Representatives to look up their ; judication of pension cases has at last attracted thojcaso nnd 8Ustain their rights. .. t .- .-. t , t . rt " . k fc 1 1 (EntiroUftt tin rot-i)nioatwniiiBtonjwaufmMinnwij auouuon oi uongross, tho complaints oi tno poo- Throe hundred thousand citizens of tho United plo having come up in letters, petitions, and nows- Washinoton, J). 0., Fbmiuahy, 1880. States ask thoir intervention, and one official pano- papers in such masses and with such weights that.)lind in )rido of ofl5co bftrfl tbo dool. in tllolr mccs they could not longer be ignored. ' Ko claim agent, or representative of such, has 11 To care for him tola has borne the buitlc, and for his .the Comm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 18 llTHMM - BftV I m Libollmg the Pensions Committee. Petition to tlio President for tjio Removal .oil .ITu llliuil -. "UlJ.. jatjjunu,y. The special Pensions Committee of tlio House of Ropro vmiativuR. rcoont.1v nnnninfod in invcHtimita the DCHBion system of the Department, and if practicable to reuom- petition to the President asking the removal of Mr, mend such changes m will do speedy justice to claimants, j 3entw It ig bciuuifully printed and on flue paper met yestorday morning to hear a Btatomout from Mr. . . . , , , . J ' , ,, , , , BonUcy, the CpmmiBsionor. Air.. Bontley appcaret, hut and is intended for signature by all officers and sol bbToroany Htatoraont Was made Judge Geddes, a member (iers 0f iQ a0 wnr a Washington dispatch in the Chicago Jnttr-Oecan, of j We do not know from what source tins form of Saturday last, and pronounced the same uttorly grounti-, petition originated, nor even from what State. We prom iniuHtice to the CommliMioi or as wel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

U'i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r( m V niw trvi H IV ,'i! 'if 14 Refusal by tho Commissionor to Produce Papers baforo the Investigating Cornrnittee. Wo notice In tho Now York Tribune Unit ISlr. Bontlcy wns cnllcd on by the committee to produco boforo thorn fifty-five canes from the (lies of tho Pen sion Ofiiec, mid thnt he declined to do so. This is another new departure from custom and usage. Every Commissioner has been in the habit of sonding to the commit! oo the original papers in any and all cases called for by such committee. Mr. Bontloy himself has regularly and repeatedly dono so. Is there anything on those files thflt he doos not want the committee to see, or What is the secret of this change ? True, he offers them. a room in the OTer-crowdod Pension Office, but it seems that thfs is 'not what tlioy want. They appear to wish to examine tho cases named, quietly and'deliberately, in their own rooms, and tiscertain by careful inspection cf the original papers what is Ihe rule of act...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

m THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 15 '! !' (Gotrcsponbcnte' iffoliimn. '.Jno. 1,., Nkuo, Wis. of his Army service, Is eligible to a place In any disabled ox-volunteers Apply to the govern which vou wish to enter, and you will bo iurnls H. AV, O., Nkw Poutland, 3Ik. You will have to sond a moro intelligent statement of your easo boforc wo can glvo you the do. ilrotl information. If you sond is tho letter disallowing your ctulili, together with n clear Btiitcmont of tho case, wo shall bo gblo to answer your Inquiry intelligently. An ex-soldlor, who Is disabled by reason oi mo tionios lor en or of tho Homo ilshcd with a blank form of application and full instructions E. K. A , .Tomkt, Ir.i,.-Thc increased iay of soldiers of the late war, to which vou refer, took ellect from May l, 1801. Tho old mtes prevailed" up to that date. 0. II. A., Sviungvilu, Tbnn. I have a widowed neighbor whoso hubnnd joined tho same regiment and at tho snnio flmo 1 did, and was sworn into service, and tho ne.t day we g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1880

& THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. '; f v m$ iir, Jofin'B Address. Then .J.ohn, being permitted to address somo of i)t chief mcri of tho Sanhedrim, opened bis mouth' and diiU Our Splendid Premium. apeak "I thank you, most honorable mon, counselors and Tndgcs, that I am permitted, this day, to appear before you. My mannor of life, from a youth to manhood, was us that of my brethren, but, upon coming to mature years, I found myeolf in Ouisconsin, my business being a picador before the judges. And at this time, lo ! and be hold I a mighty war sprang tip in Meriky, between tho tribes of Lincoln and JefTdavis, And tho peoplo of Ouis confiin belonged to tho tribe of Lincoln', and mighty hosts of bhem did advance beyond tho borders of Ouisconsin and did vallianlly light the tribe of Jolfdavis. And many bat tles woro fought, and many thousands of mon were slain, but at last the tribe of Lincoln did prevail over tho tribe of JoffdavtR. Now, while these battles were going on, lol and behold I 1 rema...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1880

! V-s)Ta y f3 il h h t W71 YAii Wii inH a j. j I m I S AIB i iIf KjJBX nHi TTJMi"iHfg fi L iPvijJrariM. W 1 i MMonthbj tjgounml devoted to the interests of (he aMieM and jailors of the Inc war, imd all pensioners of the United Uite. wtiokal tSSompany. VolV, No. 8. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAKOH, m j T x 4 x , .. .u,w. A Doctor's Story. .Enttrtd oceonUng (o tct oConpreti, (n the year of our Lord, 1S7S, (n the OJiu oftht Libra, tanofSongrttt, at Washington, D. O. rrrrrrr: Mrs. Itogors lay In her lc!, Handngcd and blistered from foot to head, Uandagcd tind blistered from head to the, Mrs Kogors was vory low. .Bottlo and mincer, spoon and cup, On tho v,able stood bravely up ; Physic or high and low degree ; (Mlomol, catnip, boncsot tea Everything a body could bear, Excepting light and water and air. I opened the blind? ; the day was bright: And God gave Mr?. JRogorssomo light, Opened the window; the dav was lair, And God gavo Mrs Rogers sonic air. Iiotttos and blisters, powders and pills, Cat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1880

18 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r i ;i i W'ii it i situation, no doubt, animated mo to nA extent that 1 should j , never otherwise havo droamod of. I made a nooso in the handkerchief and slipped it over the dead man's nock. I - thon lifted the body out of bod, and, standing on a chair, fastened tho othor ond of the handkerchief to a hook in tho beam. I now let the body go, and it swung in space. I jumped into bed, and shut my eyes to closo the hor rid sight from my gaze. I determined to wait thore until somobody should come into tho room, and thon pretend that T knew nothing at all about it, and that tho man must havo got up in tho night and hanged himself. 1 lay qualcing and trembling for ovor an hour. It grew broad daylight. I folt tho sun Binning directly on tho bed, but I dare not open my eyes for fear that I should encounter the dangling corpse. Suddenly I heard tho step of two men on the stairs. They appeared to bo car- j rying something heavy between them. The long-aiHiei-patccl mom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1880

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m 19 F ' s f Evn WV lh & 2f . ml & 1 Mitor National Tribune: Emimuk City, K vnsa, Feb, Jh J8S0. r Sins "For us nutoli us many havo tukon In hand to sot forth in order a declaration of those things whloH nro most suroly be licvod nnifmg us," ns tho old voteran soldlors of ilio Mexican war, "pertaining tothlngs eoneornlng J. A. Uontloy and his Sixty Stir good Mil," as an old veteran soldier It seemed good to mo also to write unto Tim Twiiune to rateo my voice" against that lnfa muos Sixty Surgeon Jill', and to write In behalf of tho old veter ans who wore In the war with Mexico. Thirty-three years havo rollod oil' the thread of time, and many of my follow snldlors havo gone down to tho ailont tomb: yot, a lew of us aro living under disease and tho lnllrmltles of old ago. And yot ur Government (or Congress) lias not grunted us a pension to alleviate our indigent condition. But we aro still contending for tho rights of the soldiers, and wo think it is timo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1880

20 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ant 81 nsa i iM k! v i . ',f i ..- f K He 1 i j HI 4SJ). SsffesL . . JbfflfttSi& Entcrod at the Post -Oflleo at Washington a 2tl-cJuss mnttor Washington, D. C, March 1880. ! I. !! !! . , .IN...,., -,.1 II I II ' " '' - ' P.WII1IWW p " II - " '" -.. i- ii - - i i i i wii ibii mail . u Vo care for him who has borne the battle, and for ?ns widow and orphan," Abraham Lincoln. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PKKPAID. O.no copy -One Year ... - 50 Gouts Pive Copies, " $2.00 Ton copies, (with extra copy to gottcr-up of Club,) 4.00 ' For every fifteen subscribers we receive from any party we will forward our "National Tribunk Clock " free, said party paying express charges. He may sond a few names at a time, at 50 cents each, and when the fifteen arc made up the clock will be forwarded. A specimen number of ur paper sent free, on re quest. Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. B. See our article in another column in re gard to form...

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