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

: c &, '? ;.if i :' S-. I- ft tit,' . w f tyi-' ZU-s I 8fr" m.. tc fr fc ftiV I& i. Htfit R. &" m ' ! I'-- & LMtJ omt.itl tlvc,H io ft inkrcnh o( the &otiim nmt gnitotH ofi the hte wnrt mid nil genmners of the gmtctl fe -; Hi :, Published by Tha RATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY . v. TCTn ft TV AQTrTTvTrrmsj T n TTTTCT1 -lOOA i , j-iv. v. iiiUMXXIUXVn, XJ. J.. (JU11A xoov. -i Entered according to Act yxCMfrM,inyeartfour Lord, 1S18, in the Office oth Uhrat Ian oOongrtu, at TraMngton,J). 0. TERMS, FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR, Specimen Copies sent Free' on Regucafc.' "Oh, Why Should the Spirit of Mortal be Proud." I . tTAlIs )?0Qm was BMitly admired by Prosldont Lincoln. m. written by Mr. Knott a Scotch Poet. It was u n, wny snould tha spirit of mortal be pioud V LikOaswlft-noootlngraotoOr, of faat-ilying cloud -A Hash of the lightning, a break of the wave, He passeth from life to his rest in tho grave. The leaves of the oak and tho willow shall fado, Bo scattered around and togoth...

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

42 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i y ml Pi Br 1 tp it" If n a Y SI. roadways, its w'indingwathjQgni9sy 4110, umls dells populated bv -the' olonvdi and' friends L . hittrhost nllldO ho OVOr nnnAna rC Mm nAfiMflVRr s1..U hiw.u,,,,,,! . t..i. Jfflthftif. always con- ""r Xt"? ." A 3. """ .!u " fortunate or men. It ' K '""! jift u"-. XI -ii l ""r VHI uuucuuiviiy uc cue ougn no mint oi tncir , uuio iiridiu iuhcaijuu mm nattio. n. nor univor v. hfn n hn.M-.in hStt!Or5i!i SS? i fc,$ fpoaWwifcsed, ntoa gave an iMGtjfcliigaccoaut 5 i ol jus onsorvations or the great retreat of the Union sol- panod ones coming there to scatter upon tiro craves the swcot spring flow,or$-thpso embloms 6f purity and gentle tributos of unfading affection. Many cahic at an early hour in the forenoon, anu large numbers lingered till aftov the setting .of the sun, and with their floral offerings hold sweet commtinton with the spirits of the cherished dead. Over thofraves of poor' and rich aliko woro breathed kin- lt'A1 lliii...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 43 tw MS B' fcS vt SolMers' fiota'05-ponbencci - - .. - .... -. - j -. . . . . . . T.Hil JiJMr .1. . j XT'.K. 27tfs ti arrets, interesting feature in ;otfj.p;?cr rtnfc wc, u)otM M'o to publish very many of jtfic hundreds which come to hand, which pressure f&r other mtitiir compels its'td decline.) -iju ' "'Northern Home, Farewells" morous woary. marches, scanty rations, cold wot- bivouac, nnil t Mr. Uarttloy as to my disability ULjthow that it was brought on dreary sick Mays. And I wollrcniembor thetime when T march by lm13l-.son.vIao.atin inyolalm"!? iib&lotstoil. IamdrTiwnby i-licu-two full weeks, evory day, without having a shoo to put on my niutiaintscd b& HIoaoTf Uv"firi and liavo not been able to foot. I nfik Jlon. John A. Uontloy (o think or all the tortures or straiglifmysolfBlnoo l8G5.--.HoW-long;oh. how long'tfllPlt bo that barbarous soldier life, in which I took a hand from the ho-, thntf iho.poor broken down and dlaoasod soldier will bo ...

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

-44 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. .1 I. m 'M 'i $)& nrS2 . .. wiir v j w? - iwimamt. w. ..- v-..-,. Adjournment olf Congress . glittered at thu Pos-Orttco at Washington iw 2.1-class toattcrj Washington-, D. C, JYne, 1880. .i i M- b care fdr him wAo ?nJ '7! " att.cPw,,"-A:ttAlAM,I:,,I'C0IfK' '. " '. TM Pension Laws ought of rigid to be administered ft a soldier who his been baptised tU the fire of battle to A end that they map be liberally construed and MriiWi tiered in the broad spirit of justice and liberahty. ' Platform of "Our Country s Defenders. Jff. ' ' "" "', ' . .1 ,,',. , ,, . . - -.ii in- -, n.. i H !! TSftMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTA0E I'tffePAlD. . . Oiw copy One Year - 50 Cents ivo Copies, " $2-0Q Kent copies, (with extra copy to getter-up 'afOlub,) - - : " " ' .;".00 ' ' For every fifteen subscribers we receive frorrivhny Wty we will forward our " Natnat, Tribune fejfock", free, said party -paying, express charges, He may send a few names at a. time, at 50 c...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 June 1880

.h. 1 r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. !StSB aterssa: sarsesa ssce HonJ i A1; k:;Cof$o:4mh' Somtora. Patriotism and justice should know no party, and tliiiiik God' that to-day there are loading ibemocrats who stand as the poors of any Republicans on be half of tho interests of our soldiers, Among these we give prominent; place to fton. A II. Ooffroth, of Pennsylvania, Mr. Coffroth.is a bold and fearless debater, and in a discussion in the House Of Repre sentatives in March last, wheu attacked by Black, burn, of Kentucky, who was an officer in the con federate army, ho. pointedly answered:, " You. wero a traitor to your country and you ought t6 have been hanged for your treason," After this terrible thrust, Blackburn subsided and has since abstained from, any 'tilt with the Pennsylvania member. We We were much gratified to observe in the " Harris burgh Patriot" the other day, a letter from more than one hundred soldiers of both political parties ad dressed to Mr. Ooffroth, commending his spee...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 June 1880

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 46 w 1 M Vh m m i 'A mill mil ii I Extract of 3?a. Pensions, on tlio Bill 1 sibnsT ' fVom,4hoSpj3eoh.iQfi'HQiifei . fihriirmnri of the Commit A.K CoiTrotli, teo on. Invalid creating a Court of Pen- fercsp anh mt ohvninr VRIAVnnKV) IN THE nOL'Stt OP nKPJtfiSEtfTATlVBS MAY 18, 1880. Mr. Chairman, ono of the complaints I hear nearly every day Is that the Pension Department strikes from the pension-roll worthy pensioners on the soorot reports of detectives or special agents ; that these dotcotives or specinl agents go through the country taking the stato mnntit of tlio enemies of the pensioners, and then without any notice to him or her of the nature of the charges or . ,. r j. -i ., dav aro not far from being a walking corpse. Tho widow ; of "the dead soldier applied for pension, and her name was ' 1,.,')11 An Mm nnndi'mi.KAll Kll f lrln MUf tftnlft OllVlOUSOl' L-i.j- .,.,.. ,..,!,ii., :., 1 .niiifimnfl xwnitih -h. aSwCottimlssloucr.itontloy JsnotrtnnoliUeilfbVany...

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

JHin-t.f lWSVitffwJ'1fjWCWBl73v7ri1,( f VtE NATrOfr'AL TRIBUNE. -"r I I . fc IJ" '!. JTlk " "" " 7TRI - -s.- -jiiji1 ' - '-' iJ..-i. l m THe nccord of '!,. o war. iWsmA ittofflnb&a Eiffel oWmiVn States Nov., 1800. South Carolina seceded Pep. 20j.;l8p0 yvj' Mississippi seceded Jan; 9. 1801. ' . . AlaUnma and Florida secede dJati. 11 18Glft Georgia seceded .Tan.,!?. 1801& Louisinna seceded Jan 20, I80r. Texas seceded Fob. 1,1861. J The seceded States niSt inXOongress at Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 4, 1801, ' National Peace Conference! at- "Washington Fob. 4, 1801. Hi nc . .... yTitw' nrtWwismsti A'fiv - A. Jk-iJ Vy.lX' VUAMVV Jj Fw 4v The Constitufi'6nlof the Go Fob. 8, 180 Iff rj!f'- ' Jeff. Davis-elected President President Feb! 1801X Jeff. Davis inaugurated President FoVl81801. Bombnrfrmont of ;Forb Suintoi begifiirifflfe, 1801. Surrender of Fort Sumter April 1H, 1801 m Lincoln's cali.for 75,000 troops ApriUfi, 1801. v ngiiiui .uuuuuu .a.pruir,u.ou.i . Baltimore riot Aprll"l9, 1...

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

w 48 THE, NATIONAL TRIBUNE. H "i iwm n t i i. a M 3?or Bentley's Removal. sign it, do sign it, put it in an envelope, with the right amount of postage stamps thoreon, and forward it, ad drosEcd "To the President, Washington, D. Cj" Toddy's Brink of Liquor' . , f i r .'' if ; f t i A few yWs afco, when the Maino liquor law was not , If you believe that the Commissioner should he prompt enforced so rigidly as now, a teamster who drove between ly removed wo give you a proper form for a petition be Portland and one of the adjoining towns was roturninc ' low. When all soldiers in a certain locality disnoscd to i. m . - i . ji . n m t . 4 x ' t k. . . - ... irom tno city witn a ioc oi saic pone in- djutois. uur teamster was one of those jolly follows, ready for fuu. "When a mile or so out of Portland ho was met by a man r1i lmrl ntrlrlmW 1r linnn fr 1ir nwitiw rfiAnnin niirl won about half seas over, lie was just far euough along to To "s Excellency RuTnimFOitt B. IIayrs, reel a terrible ...

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

f , ' A'r, if f yv yLx iLfli V & nSfc&zfla ir Bff. EA I lie I 1 M Jffri'tty Monrtwl fovoh$ to the inhttste of the oltthrH nmi mtorofiht hh imrt and nil msioners of the United tztt$. - Published by The NATIONAL TRIBUNB COMPANY. ) Vol.V, No. 7. WASHINGTON, I). 0., JULY, 1880. XnUred ttCePrrf in toAet Cmgreti,tn Vroour Lord, i87S, inlAtOfiti oth Llbr,ianoCongrets,at rra,k(nBt6n, D. O. TERMS.FIFTy CUNTS PER TEAR. Specimen Copies sent Free on Request. y j4". ' Alice Gray's Sweetest Poem, Among the beautiful pictures That hung on memory' wall, Jonoofaulmo!d forest, "' " - r : i.A. Tllftt RODIllUth t lift host nf nil . Not for Its gnarled ouks oldon, Dark with the mistletoe; JNot for the violets golden That sprinkle the yalo below : Not for the mllk.whJtn linti.a Thiitlnn.ii frmn flio fi-ntrivivif .i.;A'f Not for the vines on the upland, !'"'' ' ' ; Vhero tho "bright red berries rest : i .' w Nor the pink, nor the palo, sweet cowslips, .. It seemed to me the best. x-' 1 once had a ...

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

Vit 50 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Pl Hi f B f .1 it 5t ' , , i ;W 5W door, with its lilncroft towards them, they may havo scon a largo Saratoga trunk, ihdtfTei) on thoside, in big whito lottors, "Miss Fanny JTsDjris,' , Its lid was not, 1.,..l !,. Iman liktrttisr nfmrtllf tlllftll i.lin riin.N '" -"V uiuavu, wi ni imy"H -"&"" "i;v'" "v 7 "' , back parlor thids and quite Oulttitf$ t swrc-row; of :i house well Known forJbouthorn sviupa- hospitality. JTtold! ntyfmTmMand story, only 1..k.11S!';........ "f l..m.R1?.. M1rt1 T.rw;a, UjKfl'WVWUtiU-- Ul bl.lUllilU.UU 111 vuivmvii u " i i .1 Tho Colonel drew back. Poor lTimhy pfcrhapg fanoicd ; -VJJnt hgmoh erfrth did -you got horo m amiy oyij,mumi. rwunic . Ajno siuijraivu vu mmiuuiik. uu wj wiw w yvP -'.-. J-1 LsiiT'u i .--T". j. i wzznt . .- .I i .. ? "-.! .. , How Dr;. Whitman Saved Oregqp,. rrrtrt,.R-r.flr Pf.u;AitV.f?iWl. Wffh-frtr it'nc -RiSHShtoi.v ui-f.riio i, lugmyun "'".' ' V" Jwv" !rIV' Hv" J TliAshbTlrton trMiy vjts in 4r5SHntnd h...

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

ti Bl , LIV Irs- 1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. HO 53 ftfW H foWW-f toe iilhy 'Mh'd 1 jSMicr.knft foj'JtWrf whichtfyrcssHrAfoxlottyer mfi(icric.i)f)tpolsuisWUecUnei' - ' t - .. . Tlllt III- 1lr r i " 'J " UU 1 I UX1. TTairv.Tr. t nr.'j oxxtBoUii Column. ? tTS, $ZS&BXZl sn :,Tttr -MU? nrfrftrtVisl-s, X'hdteurrdiidthf iJvil tJR, J SS ''Auti MiKftMsoxAi Vpnmro right, UiqsurrdiiddiJ wi I oTKlrtfy Smith, in Tcttas, May i.0, 1685, was tlio closo pf ilia war U, (if. tJlesutjoHHon. , ,' .. ', - ,- in v, i.t'p'i -fcj u .n'.il M'i 1 i ... tii i'MMi' r PoDuMMiCbllliUHst JlliWtooltb V(tsltk.)ftuliid, Editor MittonaL Vnihuna : ., ,, i " '' "' '"? J. T. 0. PnBMi.AKnvit.Li:. Isn. Tho bill Increasing AWJ'Utyii for total. disability ft'diK S0 to 76 rfta fmi. IfwW prmU(Wrv our.fuuenumbur. . , iiTi m flli , ., , ,fc. i.-,,," 7. U O. ft., HoirrsOToVN, N. Y.--TI10 mother of the deceased sol- y .A2.'L Uf ) B . k?ILi..X..5$y mTf!ii,fli.ri(hlnirirHlne( " itlnr uimiHntwwl him nn tllln.t n anioiiHinn.,niHlalHeM...

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

TTpff i I H ii. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. !," rt '!! 20C MirfioMwuuc Entered at the PosUOfflce at Washington ns ad-class matter i Washington, D. 0., July, 1880. "to care for him who lias borne the battle, and for hi widow and erphans." Abraham Lincoln. "2V! Pension Laws ought of right to be administered by a soldier who ha been baptized in thejirs of battle, to the end tlial they may be liberally construed and adminis tered in the broad spirit of justice and liberality." Platform op "Oim Country's Defenders. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Merita of the Bill for the Equalization of Boun ties. Perhaps the largo majority of the people of the United States, when they rend that it is purposed to equalize the bounties of soldiers, who served dur ing the war of the rebellion, entertain a very imper fect idea of the scope of the bill, very many of them, wo imagine, believing that all soldiers are to bo benefitted thoroby. This is the gross mistake We wish to correct. The bill give a b...

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

w THE NATIONAL TRIBJJNE. 53 -y w r 1 Jl The Fire-Cracker. ' The old fashioned way of celebrating the natal day of freedom with patriotic speeches, barbecues, and general potential libations, is rapidly dying out, save in some rural neighborhoods and in place thereof wo have a holiday for excursions on rail or water, in which most of Our pity population in dulge, while our country cousins if not too busy with their harvests and general farm labors, put on their Sunday rig and visit the neighbors or hitch up their teams and journey to the nearest town or city to " see the Fourth" The city people are anxious for rural scenes ; the country folks for what is trans piring in cities. With the boys the day is looked forward to with anxious longing, for the little six inch brass cannon has been cleaned up and an abun dance of fire-crackers have been provided. Before the first chanticleer has announced the coming dawn, the battle, with Major-General Pea body Thompson as commander of all the f...

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

' mm kTiOWTIBTJrWE. LJUM' "'' 1 ! ' I! A II ii . a Tr,,x.sviTnTiv . . iMMr MMHiuAhtetSto TO'9tfkl&;i&'- totf'l I'LAYltl) WITH A tfltWMlAT AKT AN fci.D CIltM. by tho to hitilJxiSctffWteVlfnoottlatttio defenses of Kiohmonu weio to uo aoamioneu, ana uio cn,y ovuuvmiuu ly AboytvqopH durjng.tha night. Tho cabinet otii,cors tooic n,..n-tr uitif tMiisni-a lUtWf nmilM. 11.11 li 10 VfiSf. V3VO SCIUjIUI UU i'MiibVfl'ihfjeane U'iclV that- was. cvor-playftd-updh j ktiduiMie' stiWaottartmbnts, uhfll ' rS6BAftjlfet: j MM. plIliSftftfffi comm ttaoiiow Jh thinly and dopumotato of, oycry kind, w.hich covered, thp , grout t'i:.r-:rs ":T.L;iii.'M (m;4i .....ft ,v 'k'AiUiXtyt&' imam, ""'" "" it tc k v fe r - r m kit ti iiitn .iii-tvitiai:.iiiwa fviaiantEai.tia.Vk ,, aiais i i3ffi.,.JiJfc,mi to b.,i!quHMiMU. "v' i.. Mfh m .n . w . iAn iHi'.hir ftidflfcejiKAG-hto ftnenUs-'to ntnHoMiabon . , . ...VHow m,,MissQditnen'U1ossumy j ( v,,t, ? mw '',': -1,r:;i:." ...,i 4,.i.(i.i,nrfrf nq .'-i" " " "'...

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

';.. T.g-BusfiffJoaAfecsPSJBPHaT 65?. . . ni ii' jw f S.onfenped and Sliot.M i i j r "When tho war closod, I was "in at the death ;" other wiso I should nob have tho story to toll. souarc, and. boinc. drrfw'rtti.ninilinWr ivuXXIxUhX f.lm -innnni.. I J CJ ' ts " . -- J " w w, wmw wwil unco oi tno soiemn concre. ,At?myxMm$lM&i m&m, WiP iiuni buu-iUNi, uuu wuuu tno nrari uau.io was lose omits, tho last was wonbjofcdvanft.f lb was Simply bravo and gonorous to fall in tho first charge but it was purely noblo aud heroic to dio in tho last. Tho first frosh rush of patriotic blood from tho heart to thojloadcoukl lmvq oasily iciU'dtUtlioortfit'Jup to tho cannon's mouth ; but it was quito another thing tnat carried mm uiroucn a touivyoars' cnamo to cue as tuo enemy sounded me llnai retreat Life becomos'vorS'dear whoii ydtrliavo fou'c from Bull Run to otQiburgh-f-rfrpnuBttlinont To bo snot oy a reuol at Alexandria, Virginia nou iib imi jjku uuiug suou oy your .rioiuis at Louisiana, in ...

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

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. MVW ,. K I Hf ra f' 68 KB tf j The Time to Fight One of tbo most remarkable reniiniscenses in the annuls OUR SPI,EX1II PREMIUM CX.OCK. oftho Araorican Revolution is related of General Peter- MCiDC TUiiJ 1 THOUSAND SOLD TO SUBSCRIBERS Muhlenberg, whose ashes repose In the burying ground of munt I nam A l I1UU3AI1U oulu iu ouDdoimibiiu the Old Trappe Ohuroh," in Montgomery County, Ponn-' THEY GIVE UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, Rvlvanin.. When the war broke out Muhlenberg was tbo rector Of a Protestant Episcopal ohuroh in liunmoro uounty, Vir ginia. On a Sunday morning ho administered the com-; inunion of the Lord's Supper to his ohargo, stating that . the afternoon of that clay he would preaen a sermon on At tho appointed time the building was crowded with j xious listeners. The discourse, wo believe, was founded AnVlAllA unnn the text from Solomon, "There is a time for every j purposo and for every work." The sermon burned' with j patriotic iire ; every sentence and...

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

- - !...,r.-M4iftiw4tiMarmnM w.ff''A t. I 'if'' W. I ' W tl..i.ii..i. t r. . s " .jfc . -.,. - """"" ' ' i !... ; I'ublishtul Wy Tho NATIONAL TBIBUNB COMPANY The Old. Canoe. ' " M II ' tf WMMMUMaitMMl Vol. &Y, 2fo. 8. ' WASHIGTOJS", D. 0. AUGUST, 1880. term s, fifty gents per SS" fofr?,.rtfo' Specimen Ooplos sent Froe on Hequost. ' 1 . . ".:rzrrT ::::: -:.:.... -,"jr::r:'::" : -.'.-.. -::..:. - Whoro tho rooks arc grey hnd tho shore is stoop, 'Anil tho waters boltw look dark and (loop, ..- "Whoro tho rugged pino in Its lonely prido, "Loans gloomily ovor tho murky tldo ; Whoro tho roods unri rushes arc long arid rank -' And tho woods grow thick on the vrindiiig bank-; Where tho Shadow is heavy tho Whole day through, Thiro lies at Its moorings tho old canoo. '. CL'housolcss paddles arc idly dropped, Xillcoa sea-bird's wings that tho storm, has lopped. " .A Ml crossed on tho railings, ono o'econe, . Liko tho folded liands when the work Is done.; ,' f - WliHo busily back and forth b...

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

58 -. ! ATIONAL TRIBUNE. mi fh' MB't'. H'd I ? I' r - i If Wl I'M fi Salbict0" ommumcaitcma. St. Louis, Mo., July 80, 1SS0. Mil "TCntThn Lnsfc wnnU Jt curious, old fashioned sped men of male humauitysloppod into my storo and inquired for " torbackor." J sold him in a pound of tho cheapest I did not know whero lio was, but in looking I saw a blaok lump in tho laurel. I did not know it wits tho bear, and thinking it was no harm to shoot, I cut away. Then you could have hoard snorting sind cracking of tcoth. I was oloso to him ; ho did hot rjin on mo or 1 should havo 7 1 1 ruined it gun. Woll, I run tip to: him, shot him in tho i XXxjihM.' ituvi jvikivii iiiiu, inni iajvmv nuuuu ami ft' ivimivi t. n.u I nut nifliJo alriii T mii1r1 t-rt Irmi unnwtf.liiitrr sill mil, flirt and toughest, and then tw ho stood still gazing at tho sur-, fir sbdf :gavo tn0 1)cai.j bufc it is so incvodiblo X desist'. rounuiugsauu i was au juunuu a hu u u "'j"!a tho hunters about thoro said thev would not havo ...

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

rs '!. r A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. f59- i II I: Sfr . EL !R'. P e f,' Ef iS e W V- t 4 4 - I f'S sMt ii - ki '" .... i.. .. .!. - n,ii .i i - n - '" ' I orrciSiponbcnt' Column. ,, i Not unfrcquently wo , aro obliged to answor the samo query, perhaps every few months. This fact shows the advantage of all ex-soldiers and others interested taking the papor and keeping a file of it. Thon they could at any timo turn to the file and probably ilnd the very query answored, about which they aro getting ready to write or havo written us. "Why, soldiers, thoso answers to your queries are worth ten times the cost of the paper to you. J. Do V., St. Louis, Mo. -Write to French Minister, hore, Mr. Muximo Outrey. T. M., AitcoLA, III. Write to the Commissioner ol Agriculture, Hon. W. G. Lo Due. ' E. N. K., Canton, III. -The President's salary has not been lowered to $25,000, it is still $50,000. J. W., Concohd, Pa. John S. Winchor is Ponslon Agent at Washington D.O., office in Le Droit building. P. G....

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

V 60 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Ml ! r.-n 3 JSSiAllMlL?? jft f& Mm Wtmmmk ISnlortd at tho PosUOlllocM Washington (3 ad-classmnttev Washington, D. C, August, 1880. To care for him mho has borne the battle, and forfo' widow and wfoHW." Abiiaiiam Lincoln. The validity of the puoitc ueoi oj me wmwi- tectionor rcoeuton, swm nut, v ""'"' "- -i L?" vr nftOTimiww ok Tnis Untkd Status. 'rttfVi PnAiVn -Can otttfAf 0 rtf to &fi admtmjfrraS W a wWfcr toio " & 4 &a"ty ! jti end tint they may he liberally construed and adminis ired in the broad spirit of justice and liberality . erea Pi;vTF0Jl 0F Oun Country's Defenders. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. no copy-One Year - - - - 50 Cents Five Copies, " - - ; ' - - 2'00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to getter-up of Club,) .----- .00 ' For every fifteen subscribers we receive from any party we will forward our "National Tmbbnjs Clock " free, said party paying express charges. He may send a few names at a time, at 5...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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