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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 2i ft '. i J; :22s: assumed to bo fair representatives of the profes sion, and the presumption is and should he that they are competent for the duties they are called on to perform. So far as our personal acquaintance goes with this class of officers, we have found them and "believe them to he honest and efficient. But the Commissioner's bill directly discredits all this numerous body of professional men, and stands wholly upon the unwarranted presump tion that they are incapable of intelligent dis charge of duty or that they are improperly in fluenced in Borne form in the statements which they render. "We do not believe it to be true in fact, and the slur thus cast upon a whole class of men is, in our judgment, unwarranted. The Commissioner appears to be governed by the notion that from ties of neighborhood and other like causes they (the examining surgeons) are incapacited from making reports which would do justice to the United States. But the Commissioner h...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1877

22 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. sec r n $1,000. "Wo do not kuow Dr. Olarko, nor his competency as a surgeon, fchc thoroughness or character of his investigations, nor of course the credit justly due him, But it is safe to say that of the 1,578 examining surgeons, it is not likely that Br. Clarke, appointed in Alio same mode as all the rest, occupied, cither profession ally or otherwise, any position commatidingly superior to the general average. Kay, more. Wo feel sure that Br. Clarke's record as an examining surgeon is in nowise hotter than that of many others ; and it strikes us as unfair to a hardworking and meritorious class of men to select out one single man for praise, while as to all the others the report is 'silent, or, what is worse, condemns hy contrast. Br. Clarke, of course, understood the ohject of his mission ; he knew the theory that was to he maintained. It is rossible visions of larger and more permanent jurisdiction and hotter salary under the new plaii dazzled his menta...

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

m... W M he NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 28" m Wi- k'.'ff.j m, ra ft? I- S.' I. K E, T' jf ". '(.ponrtuwedrbmjwi7eJ&) after tito passage of this aot, for and dining tlio torm of thoir natural lives. Bbc. 3. Tliat before the name of any person shall bo pfciced upon the pension-roll under this act, proof shall be wade, undor such rules and regulations as the Secretary ofi the Interior may presoribe, that the applicant is ontitlod to! a pension under the provisions of this act ; and any per son who shall fiilsoly take, any oath required to be taken undor tho provisions of this act shall be guilty of porjary ; and the Secretary of tho Interior shall cause to bo stricken from tho pension-roll tho namo of any person whenever it shall appear, by proof satisfactory to him, that such name was put upon such roll through false and fraudulent rep resentations as to the right of snoh poison to a pension un der the provisions of tins act. Tlio loss of a certificate of discharge shall not deprive tho app...

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

$ i. V If H 24 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, :y.-air.a..ya,.;.-r.,-i.Tr-rr,. n ..M.n.juminrti.'dwiTianirinaniWiiiiiCTHimii Tb atteiofcioa of tho forraer clients of &. P. PrikAwtd, Kaq., of Indianapolis, Indiana, -who bT not written to mo since Bscembsr, 137 k agaia wiled t tfe fol lowing : IxptAXArMM, Xxmxrcx, Navcmbcr IS, IS7?. Gr.oRrt ft. Lxxok, JSscl, Washington, D. O. Dear Sir: Ya sure koreby authorized to notify each rfwy clients Umt I hve trans f.'iiril to yon 11 tlieireiadins, evidences, &a, and ihnt (I. Is my dtontre Ihey should correspond wlih.yon hereafter, and forward such evidence its von may nceA to complete their claims. (Sign Ml ) B F. FRITC1LA, RD. This proposed transfer was submitted, to (Jin Hon. Z, Chandler, Secretary of the In terior, for his consideration and action. The. following extract from his leUor, writ ten t tho Hon. J. A. Bentlcy, Commis sioner of Pensions, explains itself, and to it your attention, is invited : ' RESTORATION TO PENSION pflT T 3 i FctMd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

A" i . y r 11 ! T,'; $ r . -uemtfX, & m . .m 41 41 i "i 1 i ? J?r genrttti! devoted to the inter eats ojf the goWeris mttt sihrH of the hie war, ind all ffietmoners of the ignited j?M$, GMORGE B. LEMON &- CO., -rj-Editowj anil Jftroprletora. J v 0Ij I, Ko, 4. T WASHINGTON, D0., JANUARY, 1878. TEBMS, FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR. f s. ' ' . t amirie comes. & cents in uarronov or Poatoae Stainwa. m. i j.-i it-. - .. ...... . - . - ri ...... -, - tsiitrto acyrowy t. . v vtgreji, wi w year ooiir .on, f5?, by Ototi K. lAmn, A Co., in tt Offite tftht ZArartan tCn3rttu at WasMltgttn, D. 0, r-.:- ,, , ' i f-J-i. JOE BT AUC3 RODBUTS. , "Wo don't take vagrants in, air,- ' . . . And I am alone to-duy, IatTi8o, I could call tlra good-man He's not so far aw ay. You aro welcome to a breakfast I'll bring you sotno bread and ten; You might sit on tho old atone yonder, ' Under the oh.estnut.troe. You're traveling, stranger? Mobbo - You'vogot some iotlona to sell? Wo hev a sight of ueddlors, Bt w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

IW 28 THE NATIONAL -ffKIBUNE, - --4f .jttte- iiirawi t ": "..- w rm about her, waslikosa , vise crushing her bones, his kisses on hor cl&pk bunted and stung thb ilesh, and his fiorco breath and wmBkcrs wore all unlike tlio gentle presence- and modulated tones of Reginald of tho day before " Whcro aro wo? Is this tho place? 'Aro we to stopi hovo V she askod, as tho carringo ceased in its wild dr'lv; msr uoiorr&n oiu. uarK casuo, mauK aua grim wiui ausu and wdar qMgog. - - "This4s?ortf6mo, my darling. WclcoTno to it' . ITo liftcdTier mt on tho earth, which burned her feet as it touched) them, and supported her trembling body to tho entrance) ; of tho black pile, where gloomy retainors, men in solemn, 'isooty black, opened tho gates for thoir master, and closed them behind him with a clang not un liko thoir own thin, jarring laugh, which tho echo sped after Julith and curdled her blood with horror. Thc Chief (prk read as follows: Pl DBPWMRSfT OP TUB lKTKUIOK, "Invalid Division,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

THE-NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 2fe c i F llio Surgeon-General's Oflice, tlio Adjutant-Gonoral's Of fice, Quartormastor-Gonoral's Oflico, or anywhere else whero private justice was to bo dono to citizens, thcro was a dpiicioucy of holp, other holp. was got within thot same Department by ordering clerks to bo dotailcd. Now this spasm of so-called but very false economy, in my opinion, has cub down tho gonoral clerical force of the War De partment within tho last two or three years to a very largo degree, and it has had its olfoot upon tho capacity of the Surgeon-General's Oillco to got off the business. Mr. Withers. Tho clorical forco of tho "War Depart ment has been cut down as a whole, but the clerical force of the Surgeon-General's Oilico, according to my recollec tion, and 1 am sustained in it bv tho recollection of Other monibors of tho Appropriation Committee, was not redu ced; on tne contrary, it was somownaD increaseu, ;mu iuj. the purposo of facilitating the examination of these pen s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

t r r t 28 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. "jjiiijii I .1,.. . . ,i iil.mi?n, mm, . ni hi M 4S)k $.. GEORGE E. LEMON & CO., Washington, D. C, January, 1873. "c5t; TjERMS TO SUBSCRI&ERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. in POSTAOK 1'UEPAID. One oopy One Year - - - - 50 Oeuts Five Copies, "--..- $2.00 The December number as a, specimen copy sent to any address on receipt of one three cent postage stamp. Terms for advertising furnished upon application. The National Tribune. 83T To Subscribers When changing your addrces please give former as well as present address, with County and State. HF" Take j&oUce, In sending money for subscrip tions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a regis tered, letter. A postal money order or a draft on JSTew York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided if these directions are followed. EST Ifo responsibility is assumed for subscriptions paid to agents, which must be at the risk of the subscriber. JEB5" Communication, subs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

-JF iywWiiili jn. Jm.ill.iHMHidl UJi.-M.' ,llmi ... - - -J-. ftfflA! I tMUfcufc..! .- Lf.. V..TX1A A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 29 K RS ?k l Will our legislators make a note of this, and delay not a day to pas3 this great measure. They can do justice and do good. They can pay the small creditors of the Government and they will pay their own. And the direct, immediate benefit the people will, exceed by far the sum contributed. Congressional. Since our last number nothing particularly worthy of note or of particular interest to our patrons has transpired in Congress.. Correspondence. From the numerous articles we hae rccetVecUj from friends of the cause and friends of the Tho only measure passed in the House, is the the followiugj wMch 8eem to be particnlar - To Friends of the Bounty Bill. The singular delay in the report of this bill from the committee, gives rise to some suspi cion of vgood faith on the, part of ,;the members of the House and Senate, who are pledged al ready to this reli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

HtfKKl- IIWT Jf x 30 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 3 -V T-'ISW T'rjCP J" li r i: n i' '1 need one way or tho othor. So far as I know, the most The 1st Division of onr corps, commnuded by Brig-Gen-' bub every ono who was thoro will corroborate tho assertion of them served in the army mid arc fully competent to , Barnes hud preceded us. Our division, tho 2d, under that tho 140th regiment rcachod tho orcst of Lifctlo Round rive a mofessional. not to sav au unbiased, opinion in the I Brig-Gdn. II. B. Ayros, followod it. Ouv brigade, under Top m the very nicJc ol time and toioro any othor troops caeacm4ug before them. I trust for the sake of the Brig. -Gen. Stcphon 11. Weed, led tho division, aud though pOUK Our I believe and that the loading regiments of our brigade wore just iMissimr over that, sliirhtlv elevated ground north of Litttc m -... .i m i l. 1 j. .1 j. . -.i.. 1 ! . !-. 1 14 "' lx. 4- nvAiim lir r l-nmt 4-r lrrtit ol i o ahmh 4ittn4-i liouim vop wuen uowu ussiupo on our iuu,, acoomp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

Kui rf ikv.Aro-i" mu THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 31 tt r 3KC fcfcifcww-yUdhJiai ,tt . nfcdxnwiiw 1 UniFfromlli -kiTTii 11 ! ynj nif C6n(Mvcd from vane 97. . V. JS.J'.in ... L..-jAj1 -Ll. J-... I-.. Iifiu omco oi mon vrno univoi over uiu uouuwy limiting tip fmudulopfc cumcs. Mr. WiNDOM. Since I was on my feet before I have as certained -wlion the cut, was made in that office, and I wish to give the flicts to the. Senate. As llo Scuatoi' from Cal ifornia lias just stated, the appropriation for 1876 was for ono hundred and Bixty-nino clerks for tlie Surgcon-Ctoner silta Office. For the year 1877 it -was one hundred and thirtv-ilvo. a reduction of thirty-four. I think the Senate States, in the war o eightcon hundred and twelvo with Great Britain, and wer honorably discharged, and the widows and heirs 1 daoh soldiers and sailors," and at thq end of said soction tbo words,." of the Jtovisod Statu tc of the United Slates," so that the section, when amended shall read : " The Secretary of the Int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1878

32 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. K n i i i i. r v i i 15 j I A i. u Tho attention of tho former cltonts of B. 3?. . Prifcchard, IS&q., of Indianapolis, Indiana, rrho have not written to mo since December, 1876, is again callod to tho fol lowing: lamAVArone, I mpi ana, Novcm bcr IS, 1S7G. Gnous: E. Lemon, Esq., Washington, I). G. Dear Sm: Von are hereby authorized to notiry crcu or my clients mat a nave trans fiiirAH tntirtti aH MiiUAlnlnta .ktrlrltfl.irtfta &t mill that it is my desire they should correspond with you hereafter, and forward such evidence as1 you may need to complete their claims. (Signed) IJ, IM'RITCilAHD. This proposed transfer was submitted to tho Hon. Z. Chandler, Secretary of the In terior, for his consideration and action. The following extract fr&m his lettor, writ ten to tbo Hon. J. A. Bontloy, Commis sioner of Pensions, explains itself, and to it your attention is invited : RESTORATION TO PENSION QHT T QJ, Pensioners who have been unjustly aiuajajU i drop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

&MLVeetmZ2zammm2 TfvT p ..- ?$ if: !"" Br . f ! t. 4fc'y;w4w--i i i. m !: l: iR IB, II I 1 r r I ir M0""'k' '""'f tf A w; W ;, gtnslonirs of the f ; , GEORGE E. LEMON & CO., ) xr T -r e Editors and Proprietors. j v 0L- ! -WO. 0. WASHIITCrlW, B.gb., FEBRUARY, 1878. , TERMS, FIFTY GENTS TTm vtria-r . - - " m a,a "rfeniinprtArticinfffwi,ttejaroBrXorrf-rJ.rrt-r. i ir , , l g oies, o Uenta in Currency or Postage Stnmp3. i .... - r ortf , s,g, bvGerptJ. Lemon fc Co., in the Officeoftht UhrartanofCongrtu, at Wahington, D. C. Andersonville. .$, 00 name in history sdjfcrull of horrors as this 46"i)liice so cursed wifjjh baleful memories literally and absolutely 'a'w upon earth." The wretched history.M this den of iniquity never fails to stir the blMd of any man of any locality who hates cruelty and abhois tyranny. UivtlScl into narrow aaaJbathsoine limits, wit! ,.(! I s "' '-Mis 't. Prlllp - -; fSi - .32&k v?k$&37. :&$?" that never trembled Before were utterlv shat-la nri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

34 Jf t. t i l K i i f'i ft i V M Photographs of Prisoners of War, Showing thair Condition whan thoy voachad the Union Linos. Tho following lottpr will explain the photographs prosontecl on tho first page of this issue of tftp National UhuiixiNB: $ West's Buimmxob Hospital,- JBaUivnore, HA?., Hfy , ilftf Dbati But : I have tho honor to enclose the pholygaph of John Breinig, with tho desired information written upon it. I am very sorry your committee could not lmvo scon those cages when first received. No one, from theso picturos, can form a true estimate of their condition then. Not one in ten was able to stand alono ; some of them so covered and eaten by vermin that thfly nearly rosomblod cases of small-pox, and so emaciated that they were raw ly living skeletons, aim hardly IMi, as the result forty out of one hundred and four having died up date. "U" fltnwk line lwwn fiiivf.liirwr an linrHhlo. sn firmdish io wiininenin Rtnrvn.Hnn. in fhis histnrv of tho sntointa re- want of suppli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

ZZJfTwVcw.t ii.'je&stetve' erv&et&xxu is wrUM rife 35 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. - - - " 1 ..r : - -5, -; ... f f 1 1 IS 1 f govornmont and results, a loading attention, to examine with oamost caro and to luy bofore tho House a largo amduul of evidence drawn from all accessible sources. In thifi respect its history will bo found more extended and elaborate than that of other prisons, but your com mittee have been drawn to this latitude of investigation and remark by an irresistible i sense of what was due to tlio importance of the subject. But it must bo confessed that bofore this appalling monument of the cruelty of man, and in contemplation of the surrounding horrors which the victims of rebel barbarity have spread bofore us in tho solemn utterances of their sworn statements, all power of description stands abashed or retires ftom tho hopeless task of painting the unutterable sufferings and atrocities of Andorsonvillc. It was here, in what was once the ' Empivo Stato of tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

sniiEEXzsas 36 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. I ! 1 m 1 J i 1 I 4 if ? if s I J ) Mv U! 1 m i if i; i r k S?) 'JJrirJrSffBf Jff AJW1 smsrtir ?a v j - mswfim iiiAr,'siZto.,iw GEORGE E. LEMON & CO., Httitors and J'ropriotorst "Washington, D. C, February, 1878. ... I..-. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PRHPA1B. One conyOne Year - - - - 50 Cents FivoCopios, w -00 Ten copies, (with extrtt, Q&p? to gttfcv-np of Club,) ------ 4.00 This number, as n specimen copy, will bo seub to any address on receipt of one three cent postngo stamp. Term? for advertising furnished upon application. -Stay. "T To All Om Headers. t It will bo soon by all who roncl this paper thnt wc are making foaiW war upon all meas ures that in our judgment tend to delay, dimin ish, or defeat the specdy'and fair settlement of just claims for pensions. In doing this we knov that wc are likely to provoke hostility; that men cannot and will not understand that it is out right and duty to do what wo have done ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

taBiMrLMu-xMiHrm-mtmtaaiMakjiaf K THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ...-" " ' 1 1 hi , t. . ,37 m- ta rn grounds and without reasons. Do not say any more that everybody swears to lies ;. that whole, neighborhoods conspire to perjury and fraud, and that the very officers of your own selection and appointment join to defraud the Govern ment. Do not say this if you cannot prove it. If you can prove it, punish the offenders as the branch of the service in which a false economy i.iw lequnes. is a crime. Delay is cruelty, ar.d postponement xnero is sucn a tning as oineiai jaundice, that j is frequently starvation. to give the relief pledged by the nation as quick- J This most cruel and unjust provision simply ly and as safely as possible ; to give all possible , means that if a claimant is bed-ridden, or (lis- abled from travel to the "post" or absolutely a pauper and without means, then he must pay in some way the expenses of his examinatiqu, or be cut off from his claim. Those who have friends or m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

38 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. vf 5 i i 1 Mintf) 'shall dftra it for the interest of tim Gov-1 man of any axparionofc fcuows that tho, rnlo is j Tho fallowing Bill has boon agoed to by tho (Jommittoe cffhftftmt." Tffc hill doee not stato whether such exami 'Arttidn shall he at tho hposl? or at the homo of flio pensioner, hut the Mr inforonce from sec tion 2 is that it either must he at the " post " or 'elsfc at the expense of the pensioner. More that' thayaro scatter! all over the country, j ou Pon8ioils ,n m House or RopraontaUvos : , Otlfi rnf 'fViftvn ic nn rtsvcMCnvi ivmrln -flrti. fal-inr I I1L to 1'OgulatO tllO granting Of pCHSlOHS Oil 11 GC ana yet tueie is no provision made tor taking! donlhi W0l?ml8t or i,?imi, Wved. or disooi account of daath, wounds, or injuries received, or disease con tracted in the soryjee of tho United States, since the fourth day of March, 181U, and for tho payment of ar rears of pensions ; also, to authorize tho Secretary of the Interior to restore to the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

.rWJ-4.U' V'j.U Tif wK'inep U mss vif wvi.-'i 'SJWffHW THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 39 11 iv SP 82 . -- ',' Continued from page 86. foliage, hanging flfom tho tall and limbloss trunks, scorned like a funereal canopy spread ovor the gloomy scene. A little to our right was a small, sluggish stream, bonding slightly to the north, aud terminating in a narrow marshy holt just as it reached the prison walls; this wo presumed whs to supply us with water. Near the walls of the the distrlot. ' Whenever any ciango in the posts or the , time of attendance thereat by iho commission is made, it I nimii uu puuiiBJiou in uno same mannor, Skc. 2. That one of the pension surgeons and one com petent elorlc, appointed to the Pension Office, to be desig nated and detailed for the purpose by the Commissioner of Pensions, shall constitute a commission in each of said . T . .. . --!. - - J "T 1 j 1 i . 1 prison, on uio norm suto oi duo suoam, stood a uuutung j districts to make medical and surgical examinations ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1878

rfli t. . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE 4GT s ,H! f! 1 1 '! ,T hi It ' i ti wion of a smmt dtau or RESTORATION TO PENSION! NEW DISCHARGES; SS? J4, J. J'nlcllftrd, lwwi l UUlKUApnUft. pfyr T q, Pensioners who lmve been tin lust 1 Tifilfnnn' whn Imvn nor wHiton Ii5 me alnro "UIjJLjQ i dropped from the Pension Rolls, ot xnumnn, v, ho nave not written to me mnco whogc n(tlJpg ,myp hpm wridkon thorefrotn iw December, 1870. is Again called 10 the fOl- i mutton of failure to draw their Pension for ft p- lOWing : h'&tAXAmM, .CwDiAXA, November is, I8lti. GHOitoft JS. ldftiw, Jfinq., Washington, D. O. I3s&Jt SUM Ttm a liaroby aufcliortiiod to tiotnr tJftou ortnr Toni that T bare trans fwrrofl tyon nil thwolaims.avidguKt&naiKl Mint, If, is inv doalro thov honlfl OOrrosnOfid with you liBimftwr.nnrt forward suQltorhfonee rum oi i nroe ytwrs,or uy rtmcunui ru-Biiusunoiiu ; areiulvlMHl to communicate with this Donegal: once, with a view to hnving their Pensions nft- STOItKT) Or RKNBWJCTt. on AB...

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