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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 21 and al six months of ago thoy wore scarce larger than at birth. But such was the parental delusion that ho fancied thoy wore in vigorous health, 4Uid really splendid boys. Thus infatuated, he took :thom to be viewed by our Senators and .Represen tatives in Congress, expecting thorn to bo enrap tured at the sight. Oh I what a bitter disappoint ment awaited him. He went with them first to the Senate Chamber, where he was mot by Shields, Thurmau, Edmunds, &c. They warmly berated the father for bringing two such monstrosities into their presence, and Shields, more indignant than either of the others, throw the two brats out of the window. Imagine the feelings of the fond fathet. Hurrying 'to the spot where lay his darling little Esculapius and Blackstono scarce breathing, he wrung his hands in despair, gathered up his disabled infants, aud hastened with thorn to his residence at the cor ner of 12th street and Pennsylvania Avenue. There ho administered cordia...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1880

m 22 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m w Help for Soldiers. Such collections from tho lonsion Ollice us the following, aro doing much good for tho soldiors and undor tho benign government of a now Commis: aionor they would doubtless ba far more frequent : South: Faiiminqton, Poik Co., Wis., ACaroh 6, 1SS0. Geo. 13. Lismok, Esq.: DHAit Srn : I have just received a chock for $12SS my first payment for pon)ion. Thanks to you fbr your prompt attention 10 my claim and advico a.H to the collection of tho same. Ever yours, J. C. NELSON. Tho Death of J. Wilkos Booth. A reporter of tho Now Orleans Picayune has recently interviewed Captain Edwin P. Dohorty, who commanded tho dotachmont that captured Booth and Harold after tho "A total reward of $160,000 was offered by tho Gov ernment, the city of Washington, and tho city of Balti more Tho roward of $100,000 offered bv tho Govern. ment was paid, but those by tho citios of Washington aud .......W.. W UVlWtVIMUUIIUVMI VWMWI JUUUIUI .311 IjfJ 1 . 1 1 1 NII...

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

23 (fforrcsp entente1 Column- CLAIMS! ' 'CLAIMS! .THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. if A. GM Quakkiitown, Pa. Promotion to tho rank of a com missioned olllcor outs oirtho unaccruod installments or veteran bounty. A. J. P., Bkbun, Ky. Soo articlo in this issue entitled Who are and who uro not entitled to Bounty," lor tho information Bought. OHA8. O. J Eaton llAr-ms, Mioh. A innn who entered tho scrvlco of tho United Statos In a civil capacity (us a moohanlo) has no title to a pension. A. P., Manbkiklt) "Valley, Pa. Q. Does being a memhor of tho "National Guard" of tho State debar a soldier from draw ing a pension 7 A. No. Mns. 33. II., Iakk City, Fla. You woro entitled to pension only from the date of your husband's doath, because ho failed to flic a claim In his lliotimc. F. McM., IIicKOKY, Md. Tho act of March 0, 1873, (tho last law granting pension for service in tho Avar of 1812,) makes no xcstriotiwn as to date of marriage. Fuank W. C. St. Claiu. Nkh. You are veforrod to tho Com missioner o...

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

inr" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Our Splondid Promhim. Important to Readers Obsorve this Carofuliy, if J 4 U rs H' w "J Excitod His Curiosity. "TDonchvood,1 said the stranger, putting down bis lml f caton slice of lemon pic and taking a long pull at the milk, " I went there when the first rush was made for the , hillB. leather a rough crowd the first lot, you hot ; more , wholesome now. When I got (hero I was dead-broke , didn't have a dollar, didn't have a revolver, which a man , '11 nIVnn ,winl mil tltAl'A wftrcn ' fl mnill'a vit.t.lnS. T W.1S prob'ly the only man in the hills who didn't carry a fire arm, an' 1 was some lonesome, I tell you. The only weapon T hed-I'm a blacksmith -was si rasp a heavy file, you know 'bout eighteen inches long, which I car ried down my back, the handle in easy reach just below my coat-collar. Understand ? Like the Arkansaw man carries his bowie-knife. I'm not axactly a temperance man. I just don't drink an' dou't meddle with ary other man's driukin' that'...

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

$ lonihlji gfonrmtt devoted to the interests ojf the ohlierti intil ,itihr3 of the Me war, mid nil glcitsioncru of the gfnited fttfc$. .L.n. 1 VouT, No. .4. WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL, 1880. EnUrtdnccor&tog to Acta Con greti, in theytar of our Lord, iS7S, in tht Ojfiet fifth Marat tan qfongrui, ai KtuMngton, I). O. i TERM S, FIFTY OBNTB PEB YEAR. Specimen Copies sent Free on Request. Soldiers, Rally! A NBW SONd. '- V!f SnldlsrF, rally, soldiers, froo, Rally ov'ry yeoman ; 'Gnlnst the man, whom now you see, Yours, the soldiers' I'botnan. Tig John A. BcntleVx And consequently, Ho must go, ho must go, FOr ho 18 the soldiers' foo. From East and West o'er till tho land,". The soldiers' shouts aro awolllng, Thoy all as a united band, Tholr wrongs are loudly tolling, 'Gainst John A. licntlcy And consequently, lie nnut go, ho must go, For he is the soldiers' foo. h Tho BOldlors all with one accord, Demand In ilorccst manner, ''; Did this man over-wield tho sword? s" Or bear tho starry ban...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. f f 26 f v i & 1 1 I Sfffl! RM. while there, awaiting a hearing, loss of time of thomsclves and witnesses from thoir avocations, (assuming that witnesses could bo induced to at tend at all) cannot bo estimated. Sinco there are times when the prospective bencftcarics would not, could not, attend the sessions of theso boards with out making a sacrifice greater than the prospective benefit, how can it be expected that indispensable witnesses will attend? There is no compulsory process tor securing witnesses either for or against the claimant The law makes no provision for the examiner or th surgeon visiting a witness and taking his testimony, except in cases of illness or disability. Moreover there is nothing in the law compelling a witness against a pensionor or claim ant to testify, lie may be in contempt of the board and the board is without remedy in the premises. An additional cost to claimants would be imposed by the employment of counsel. Not one claima...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIUNE. 27 UK In the Intorofit of Honesty, Humanity, Justico i and Patriotism. Wo urge that no soldier should sign the potition for the removal of the Commissioner of Pensions who doc's not beliovo that honesty, humanity, jus tice and patriotism demand it. This paper is the faithful oeho of the sentiments of thousand of sol diers, of soldiers' widows, of soldiers' orphans, of soldiers' fathers and mothers, who pour upon us a continuous stream of letters clamoring for the re moval of John A. Beutley. The sentiments ex pressed by them relative to the matter are embodied in the petition addressed to the President, found below. If they do beliovo that the Commissioner should be promptly removed we give them a proper form for a petition below. When all soldiers in a certain locality disposed to sign it, do sign it, put it in an envelope, with the right amount of postage stamps theroon, and rorward it, addressed "To the President, Washington. D. C." To his Excellency Rutherfo...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1880

28 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. j .. 'V I v 'U f 'ivt t m m ff I si ' IK i ' . m. . -rrr i-i-. to nt-MTY . r AnLigi im?ar -rat v . awisft R&v.Kmmi&iK&Hi j a icr. wiwiK'V'r'r i'irr sn .m2r viar v WW ", I 1 lb - TTV J 'I " rx title vy Entered nt tlio Poit-Uftlce M Washington us iM-claas mattoii Washington, D. 0., April, 1880. "Vo care for Jiim who has homo the battle, and for his widow and orphans." Abraham Lincoln. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. Ono copy One Year j?ivo Copies, ( 60 Oouts - $2.00 Tho only Outcomo of tho Present Disgrace in the Pension Office is in the Spoody Eoraoval of Com missioner Bontloy. All Koldiers and friends of soldiers are agreed that the horrible delays and denials of justice in the allowance of pension claims is wholly duo to the acknowledged and notorious defects in tho admin istration of affairs in the Pension Oflico. The whole system is rotten, thcwholo machinery is out of gear. The good intentions of Congress, tho valuab...

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

THE NATIONAL, TRIBUNE. 29 line of courts composed of first-class lawyers and first-class doctors in any Congressional District they must expect to pay such men first-class prices. But to select such men, or hope to select them, on a scale of fees to be earned like some potty justice of the peace, Is unutterably shabby, small, and mean. There is no limit to tho number of affidavits they may require and take, except in their conscience. It is of a piece all through with the narrow brain that conceived the first bill of which this is the re sult. We have repeatedly demonstrated that the whole scheme is radically wrong and inherently defective. The Senate committoe appear to have considered that the wholo population of tho United States is is within the Slates, But there is a very large pop ulation in the Territories, and they arc not at all considered or takon care of in this bill, It is a loose, shambling, ill-jointed affair, which strives in vain to avoid tho force of tho arguments m...

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

11" 30 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i l!l ' i -M IS', : GREAT BAID dN THE TREASURY! Sixty Thousand Dollars for Pitz-John Porter, a Cashiered Officer J ' IFlanked and Routed by Genoral Logan Rout Complete ! Prominent among the most important events of the Porty-sixth Congress, and of the greatest inter est to all Union men and to every true soldier espe cially, is the great four days' speech of General John A. Logan, in the United States Senate, on the bill introduced by Senator Randolph, a leading Demo crat, to restore Gen. Eitz-John Porter to the Army. It was listened to throughout the entire period of its deliver' by a full Senate and crowded galleries, unci the prcsenco of a large number of the Members of the Houso of Representatives, and many other distinguised personages who seldom grace an occa sion of the kind by their prcsenco, attested their marked interest in all that was said by that distin guished orator, soldier, and statesman. The occasion was a notable one, and but few men c...

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

81 IWai THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. K m- F B It w t B Et s I 1 j If is id. ? ,&- !' Vil-. iw ft'.' . r iW A if " jl THE .COURT OF PENSIONS ! jpoivjcajnt? iNTJGmviDEW, INTERESTING-TO PENSIONERS A reporter from our office recently called upon lion. Geo. W. Geddes, Ts. 0., from Ohio, a member of tho select committee for the investigation of the payment of pensions, and during the interview learned that a bill had been prepared to organize a "Court of Pensions;" that it had been considered in committee and approved, and Mr. Geddes was authorized to present it. to the House. This has been done, and it is tho determination to press it through at tho earliest practicable moment. Mr. G.. kindly fur nished us with the text of said bill, which wo pub lish below, together with tho gist of the conversation relative thereto and the Sixty Silicon Bill, between tho reporter and Mr. G.: A BiLii to organize a Court of Pensions. Be it enacted by the Senute and Home of Representatives of the United Stat...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, 3S2GC BC THE INFAMOUS RATING OF JOHN A. BENTLEY OF PENSIONS DUE SOLDIERS. ' vl ffl Elatcmcni showing in One .Hundred Consecutive, OaseB (he Haling of the Examining Surgeons and Examining Boards, and the unjust and illegal reductions of Commissioner J. A. Jhntlay, m , Commissioner Bentloy's unj Date of Filing. No. Name Co. and Kcg't. Address.' Disability. Examining Surgeon or Board. and Jiiogni Hating. B2 tfl, 1 (ill i 4 if?' 11! II .'I ' N n Dee. 7, 1574.... M ay 7, 1877. . . . Nov. 23, 1677... Fob. 6. 1877... JUrtol9,1876.. July 5. 1876... Jim6 2t, 1876.. Aug. in, 1675. . Ja.li. 17. 177:J.... Aug. ID, 1865.. te-fe M MlkM JCCD. 17. IB... April 10, 1875.. Dec. 20,1804... Oct. 29,1877.... Kay 7,1377.... ;ufy2, 1866.... June 0, 1177 ... Sopt.2,1870... July 0,1877.... March 9, 1S77 .. Nov. 12, 1877. March 17, 1876. ItfoOAVift 1IH7 Oct. 20. x877...'. Feb. 21. 1&70 .... Aug. 17,1675.. Dec. 12, 1875... Jan. 15, 1675.. . Deo. 30, 1808... Maroh 17, 1675, Oot. 4,1876...

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

M r SrMonttihj $owml devoted to the interenln of the.goldierz mid guitars of the htc mtr, nmt all cn;jiottcr;j of the gutted Jnte. .-jt -p TJ.tlotalwwi K.. mi... -mr .ft uiiiiniii:ii I f ' mi ft ii !' m . va. vol. 1V , Js o. o. : W ASHINGrTCM. B.C.. MAT. 1880. 4 tbems.fiftyobntspbbyeah, ivu iujuujj uuiuiiia ii wr " ' 1 r SnUreAaccordlnatoActoConlntU yMr of our Lord, ,,, n (he 06, otS0 m fa oCor,, WiMnjLrB. O. SpCimQlt CQ9 BCUt FrC0 0n " Decoration Song. Air:- " JJomo, Sweet Home." "'; The grave of valiant soldier, O dock with lovely (lowers, : . ' That erst thoir fragrance scattered In shady -woodland bowers : '; The gravo of bravo commander With blooming life make j?ay, . A'happy, peaceful people a Romembor these to-day. , Bring flowers ! sweet, sweet floworS. ' Bring Natnro's choicest oll'ering, From shady, woodland bowers ! All honor to tho soldier, Above whoso lonely grave, Tho dear old Hag Id waving, ',., His fealty helped to save. ,. '?"' XTpou lifs Oonntry's nltar "fj. He oll...

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

,i! i 34 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. I jScibicvs' (fiorrcsonbcncc. TVifa is a most Interosttny feature in our paper and we would Wto to publish very many of the hundreds whieJicomc to hand, whioh pressure for other matter compel as todeolino,) mmmmmmmam mi ! n ! i mi win n iiMwuMmm i ( mimh SVMNOFIHLD, III., April 0, 1SS0 Editor National Trlbvnc: Dbau Silt : I think that If Mr ttwitloy hud to ourn his broad by thoswont of his brow, hs thousands of us poor, oripplud soldiers are compelled to, ho would ehaiwo his mind In regard to donylng "US otir rights. Hut tho tlmo Is rapidly coining, In November next, whon the soldlors will show that they know tholr frlonds from their enemies Donnls Koarnoy. .iway out on the Pucliio coast, gays : " The Chinese must go " I don't understand the merits of tho question about tho driving out tho Chinese, but I tell you tho soldlors of this country nro getting in curnost when thoy demand that John A. Bentley shall g . Evory day that ho Is In olllce Is hurt in...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 35 "WAItHKNSVir.LK, LvtOMlNO,U0., PKN3.'., April isb. Editor National Tribune: As there is so much sulil hero by tho soldiers of old Lycoming County who havo fought Tor our national life, nion who In health loft tholr homes and nil that was nou and dear to thorn and came baok hrokon down, used up old soldiers. I thought I, being one of thorn, must wrlto vou a low linos. Those mon, Mr. Editor, woro truo imtrlots; will tho Government compel thorn to bo paupers ? Is that tho way to treat snoh men? I toll you, that Sixty Surgeon Bill of 'Bontloy'.s will make beggars and tramps of many of tho noblest ami bravest soldlors who over wont Into tho field. 1 hope and trust Ood will have mercy on our Commissioner and not out htm off while ovorlonded with so much urlino as this Sixty Surgoou Hill contains. I tnmt he will mend his ways boforo It Is too lato.'for every man will have to give (in account of tho crimes which lie committed against his follow-man. May God help to ...

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

m .A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 36 v.. i x 111 I I! rw R 1 3K widow ana orpnans. iviwx.ixv.v M.w. w !.. v v, A rtJ7 Pension laws ought v right to oe am' " I bureau officer. In the first plfflfc, tho selection should MM&W f "honom had .ecu tared in tho broad spirit of justice and liberality." i moment's service in the army, while there were hun- Piatfoiim oir "Ouu Coustiiy b Dtosdbus nrimirnhlv nualifiod soldiers, vorv many .tj v .--. ,...-- 4 j v Why Wg Need a Wow Commissioner. viclion would be certain:1 This honorable member . of Congress here tells the American people in open kfctVfcirt u "w" uuu" At "UUW"J "" Mtv" . . ' debate that Bentley refuses to give broad to a starv- MWWIKWPWVWW rity of a Wisconsin village and made uommissoner , ftfr ovidmce wMch mM he suJjlcienthj iLtvaimum of Pensions for the soldiers of America, probably , nfo paHoibs. And mark the --- --- n-Vfvv 1sqo .because he had rendered some party service tc one of Mr. Tftyi0P s B ie woortou. i'n fa coun, Washington...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 37 -m d i tmnmim ll W w: "S. m. Wi t& ir f f fc; v A SOLDIER IN PLACE OP BEtfTLEY. A Plank in the Platform of "Our Country's De fenders." Sco another column. " That the disabled soldiers, and the widows and de pendent ones of our fallen comrades, have just claims on the Nation to the pensions granted, and they are in no sense National paupers or parasites, and in giving the stipulated pension tho Nation is but discharging a debt of honor; and hence the Pension laics ought of rigid to be ad ministered by a soldier who has been baptised in the fire of battle to the end, that the may be liberally construed and administered in the broad spirit of justice and liberality." Isow, how arc they "construed and administered" by John A. Benlley, who has never "been baptized in the lire of battle ? " Head the speech of Hon. A. J. Hostetler, of Indiana, a member of the Com mittee on Invalid Pensions, delivered in the House of Representatives, and published in the- Congre...

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

38 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. -555 mmmmmim i mmmtrnmammmmmZmZZZZmZZZmmSmmmSEm mwmmmm A .H9 if hay it m i M i. . i 1SS0, after disposing of Uia regular order of busiuags, the following proamblo and resolutions were adopted : Wheiieas.wo have vsiinly sought for tho last, six or scvon ycars,that recognition by Congress, of our sorviccs in the Mexican war that has been awarded soldiers of other wars in which tho Government has been engaged; and whereas the intrinsic value of tho vast territory ac quired, and the mineral rcsourcos and other material ad vantages thus secured to tho Government by our suffer ings and sacrifices in that war nro, wo think, at least equal in valuo to tho aquisitions mado by its soldiors in other wars, who havo and aro rccoiving pensions from tho dato of their discharge ; and whereas after tho most earnest and persistent efforts of our National Association, through its agencies in all parte of the country, to ascortain the number of survivors, tho existence and wher...

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

Ouiitiwk THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 39 vr i p fe m Bob Ingersoll on Stingy Mon. man I dispisc a stingy man. 1 donM.seoliow it is possible for a in to die worth $5,000,000 or .$10,000,000 in a city full of List of the Battles of the War of the Rebellion With this number we complete the List of Bat tles of the War of the Rebellion. We trust our want, when ho moots almost every every day tho withered readers have found them of value as a matter of hand of beggary and the white lips of famine. How a ma , reference. can withstand all that and hold in the clutch of his hand $20,000,000 or $30,000,000, is past my comprehension. I do not see how he can do it. I should not think ho could do it any more than he could keep a pile of lumber when hundreds and thousands were drowning in tho sea. Do you know I have known mou who would trust their wives with their hearts and their home, but not with their pock- Namk. W. Wilson's Orroek, also known ns Sprlngflold and Ouk Hills State. Mo La Vn Vtt Gn Vu V...

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

-40 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Our Splendid Premium. U ei i 1 ,? m Ji!! m t s i; a i Logan's Spoooh. We trfUtiend totilVwho wish it Gonoml Logan's grortfc sspewk In ifoo Sonato on tho Fite.Jolm Portor oaso. Tt coasTsta of forty-six pages, and embraces a largo mtip; showing tho country where the second battlo of Bull JR$ft nras (ought, and should be in tho hands of ovory soldier. ITdce 10 cents per copy, ' -An Interesting Book for Soldiers. "Wo announce that wo will publish a pamphlet contain ing a full list of battles such as have appeared in serial form, iu our paper, provided 500 subscribers are roooivod. We hope ovory subscriber to tho paper will tako the book. Every cx-soldier in tho land should own one. Send On yor names, address and subscriptions promptly. Single -copies 35 cents, 5 copies Tor $1.00. - . . An Alarm Clock Premium. "We have concluded, as thoro is much call for them from all parts of tho country, to add another premium to our list, viz., an Alarm Clock. Tt will bo nic...

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