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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 61 US R' i R ? 4 ft l I IB". t sorted and doubtless, many landlords pray that con gressional sittings may hereafter commence on tho 1st of Djccombor and close on tho 30th of November in. each and every year. Next spring, however, there will bo a harvest. The new President, be his name Winfiold or James, will then find a -multitudinous host of devotees, each anxious to immolate himself on tho altar of lis country to tho extent of a post-office, clerkship, consulship, "anything that will pay." Come on my friend to tho inauguration and behold the great metropolitan Capital of a Nation of 50,000,000. While you may not be groatlr prepos sessed in favor of those you may meet from other parts, you will like our citizens. Wo believe you will, discover more refined looking, intelligent faces, both ladies and gentlemen, on our streets and in society, than in any city you can mention. Tho departments are full of men with superior capacities, equal to any position under th...

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

62 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 'uJC,l-f0ll M&UftU&w SCE y ' i f , V Mil I im 1 I It'W "I ilk: R l)c JaMc0 .$agc- iw'ifafriFiiii A Blushing Maiden's Leap Year Plea. Pray, gentle bolnR, give mo heed, As, kneeling gently by thy side, With lacerated heart; I plcnd That 1 may bo thy blushing brkla. I long, I wildly long, to press ' Thco to my heart I know 'tis rash I i pine to print a lond caress Upon thy mock and mild mustachoi Why, toll me why, thine o.vollds drop ; , Why turn away so pottlshly ; Say why with florco tumultuous Hop Thy boaom heaves coquottishly? I know that thou art young and fair As tiny buds in enrly spring ; But thou ahalt be my constant caro, Thou frail and fragile little thing ! I'll sew thy shirts and darn thy hose, Thy victuals 6ook, thy ftrcs will light I'll grcasu thy gracious Qrcolan nOao ""Each snowy, croupy, wintry, night. So, surely thou'll not toll mo nay, And bid mo, dying, quit thy side'; Brace np, pull down thy vest, and say That 1 may be thy blushing...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1880

m r Z'Hii NATIONAL TRIBUNE 63 k 8tl)c (ftljilutnfs 3agc; Baby's First Tooth. U i .1 Gomo loolcat tho dainty darling AS fresh as a now-born roso, .From tho top of his hoad so golden, To tho doar littlo restless toes t JiTou cart' toll by tho danoIngVllmpies,; . v ; By tho stnlles that como and go, Ho Is keeping a wonderful secret You'd give half your kingdom to know. Now kiss him on chcok and on forohend, f And kiss him on lip and chin, Tho Httlo red mouth is hiding Tho rarest Of pearls within. Ali, see ! when tho lips in smiling ilavo parted their tondor red, Do you soo tho tiny white jowol Sot doop in its coral bod. Now where are tho sago reporters, Who wait by tho hamlot and hill, To toll to tho listening nation, Tho nows of its good or ill? Oomo weave with your idle gossip This golden blossom of truth Just half a year old this morning, And one littlo pearly tooth. ,? How Tommy Tingle Han Away. lfOomo,' Tommy, I -want you to rock tho cradle." Of courso Tommy Tingle did not hear hi...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 August 1880

h M ! stis 118 : .1? it i 1 h W i; .' J.I w. -' Jik - 64 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNBti LAtt3rt!W:tii0?J.'.Mfei"."1 " " '' """' I ii J Y-' ' '--'" '- -L-' .UtiMaWi i m'liU i.l.m..l'.te""l'IIJl..P" ,.'!'. .'Mite'. Probable Extousion of Time- Our readers aro generally aware, for thoy havo boon re peatedly notified of tlio fact, that under tho provisions ot tho pension lawof January 25, 187U, (pensions tor tlio late war only,) dato from tho dischurgo or death of tho soldier, if applied for boforo July 1, 1880. If the claim should not be filed prior to that datq, pension can only commence from tho dato of filing tlio application. jNow. in conversation with influential members of Congress of both political parties, during tho last session, wo gathered the impression that at tho next meeting of Congress this time for filing in order to secure tho amount due from tho date of tho discharge or death oi tuosoimor win do oxtonded. Soldiers, let candidates for the Houso of Rep resentatives in all parts...

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

-W.M 4 :4 M MhmtMiJ $oitrtm1 devoted to the 0hlier8f ttilorsi, mtd $tcnn'witers of the gutted $tatet tiitd the in xt faction of the $jamilii $rch. rr3x m 4 i t W if IE l E IE I P. : Published ly Tho ) ttat TX-NTa Q TXT A TTr7Crr3.rriryvr Tl tt QlPprm?rT3T?rj 1QA i JTATIONAL TRIBUNJ3 COMPANY. ) "" v " n..iuxvij., ..y,, Ujjt xjjmxv, xOUV. Altered aeeordlngto Act oCongrw, in the year oourfiordiiSlS, Ux the Office of the Ltbrai tan ofGongrttt, at WmMngton , D (f. TBBM S, FIFTY CENTS PER TBAB. Specimen Copies aont Free on Request. Deacon Day an' the. Highway Cow.' Tlio best o boln'g will have their cares, Thor's,i I ways su.mUi J n. tp cross our way, To worry an' frpt us in our aiiuirs,. , AuVgtichwns thoIoto'old,J)QaconI)ay, . ITo hud hia trials I'll toll you how Rp was postered, fur years, with,a highway eow. Tho huo o' her hide was a dusky ,bro,wn 5 . Her body win loan aa'7 her. nook was s'llpi, One horn turned, up, an' tether down ; , ijov eyesight was keoii ;' sh v.ip long in limb; ...

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

. 6q THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. -i fe. V&s B! I Softtersr iSommunitditniUn G.MiKSuund, ItiTi., Seyt. 3, 1$S0. Editor of The National Tribune : Dha.r Stii : I am so much gratified to rend your vary interesting paper, as it monthly comes to hand, thtit t fool a pleasure in now panning ydu, what 1 think, will be some entertaining reminisences of tho war. I went, ovor to Springfield, Illinois, in tho spring of 1801 just about the time our soldiers woro being sent to Cairo to guard that important point. Govornor Yates, or "poor Dick Yates," as ho was familiarly called, at that time, was Govornor, lie was a noblo follow, but tho madden ing cup drove him to his grave. Frequently I was brought into association with him; a more devoted, patriotic man never lived. General Fuller nl that time was Adjutant General, and one day I noticed a spnro-huttt, modornto siscod man in his office writing, whom I had not soon be fore. I asked who it was, "Why," said ho, "that is daptain Grant, from Galena." ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 September 1880

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 67 ' ., , . . n 1 1 , ., , i I it R KlUJk-tVXiljyUUJlUiy VUIUUUL M. It., Muncik, Ind. A man, the only support of his mother, ontorccl the army, contracted disoaso and was granted a ponsion. Ho married and shortly afterward died of a disability received iu the service. His widow drew pon sion up to the dato of her remarriage, a short, time since. Q. Does tho ponsion lapse to tho mother? A. No. The fact that the soldior left a widow surviving him debars tho mother from all title to ponsion. The widow's remarriage does not alter tho case. If any children under the ago of sixteen years survive thoy haVo title to draw the pousion until thoy each attain that ago. J. G. A., Attorney, OiiEHiiiN, 0. Tho children of tho deceased soldior who now survive arc entitled to receive $8 a month pension jointly and $2 a month each extra from tho dato of thoir mother's death (if she died aftor tho soldior did) up to tho time thoy respectively attained the ago of sixteen. If tho fa...

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

68 THE , NATIONAL TlllUNE, .iU..,. rzjtzr: I "I m l! I I fe&i JIM Sbtifi 87 Wv'ScSi?! .pwim .fEnUtfocl at tho roat-pflleoo-t Washington as Skl-clasamattct Washington, D. 0., Srptbmbbh, 18S0. " V w3 for him who hns borne, tte builte, and for his I ..?.-..- .? ytrun7ii,ta ' A 11 ATTAM' I iTXflflTttt. 1 WHWW.wtl vi"" ..,........ ..-.-.. tj naliditv nf Out nubile debt of the United Slates autifflrteed by law, including dtbU incurred for payment rectt&nor rdttdttion, shall not ImquertionsdS'-STtQ. 4, Aim Si&XtV, Constitution of tiis Ukitibd Staks. "Tho Pension Lam ought of right io b administered h a soldier who his been baptised in the fin of baiUe, to 'he end thai they imy be liberally construed and adminis tered in Urn broad spirit of jmtice and libaraltify." Platform of "Our Country's DisinfiNDHns. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. ) One copv One Year - - - 50 Gents Five Copies, " - - - - - $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to -gottor-up of Club,)...

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

lmJ l Ki JAAJf" t VjMjVTTfTtrfctwSPWi IJSSSwJfflsr U'i IW" THE' NATIONAL TRIBUNE. L 69 rae s? I is ai culpable $s they. Now, jiist as soon as the committee entered into the consideration of this ease they discovered if to bb a most meritorious one, and made a favorable .report thdroon. ' It must bo evident that- in'all these cases, (and tberc are hundreds if not thousands just like them, .which Mr. Bontley has shelved) had the Commissioner A Dobt on Honor, and a Dobt on Bond. Tho debt duo our Union soldiers for bounties which were intended to" bo piid by the passage of tho Equalization Bounty Bill, is emphatically a debt of honor. This spocios of obligation among all bu siness men and even with members of the sportiug, fraternity, whoso idoas of morality arc regarded by ontorod into their consideration animated )r many as not snecialtv to be emulated, is reeoffnized the spirit which actuates the Committee on oe ,.,,, enttvlsAUr uri; tinn nnv cmnm'ne nf in. I IVfcJ IJItVl-V UIIVsJlVH...

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

i t 72 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. w e 4 m m 1 1 i. I- i. 0; ! Vi. i n 8M)c (ffljilbrcn 0 JJagc. Waiting for Papa. Two lilt la chlldron, Hushed with hoalth Two Httlo rosy boys Oomo flown the lunu at ovon'ttilo, With childish yleo and noieo. Md on tho rutlo brltigo, Ride by side, Thoy stand and gnzo aftir Adown tho street and Hston, for llioyro watting for pupa, .Ami oft I've wntohod tho Aithor, as Ho trudged adown tliostrcot, Vlt.i hands all black from dally loi1$ "With weary troad of foot. I've soon his oaroworn flftOo grow trrlghfr, "As ho would soo, nfhr, ' ', IliS little ohil'dron on tho bride A will lug their pnrpA. j A rich man dwolls Across tho way, Id mansion fair to s&e ; HIS lawn la docked with ftilvoat flower-. ISarth's brightest jowelry. Without the bounty and tho wealth, The poor man's hnppior tor Who knows at night two llttlo ono Arc waiting for pnpn. True happiness cannot bo bought; Tho rioh man, flustiodvith pride, 11ns often onviod thnt poor man l'oi joys to him donio...

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

mi- iu iffeimjia'iniwit i j i,aH i Ji c ui. ft 1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 71 .. Vj Lil M "- I V m SWf If ifr &-. 3tl)c i&aiiicsf p Age. tJa s t Prom tho Cradlo to thd Gfeavo.v Only a baby, with winsome luco Dnlntiljy showing each baby grace, Only filling a baby's plaoo, Yot tbo Uoar Lord soul It hero. Only a child with golden halrt Gathering- sunsbino, fnslcfid of op,re, Followed by many earnest prayer ( And inuny an anxious tear. a Only a maiden, loving and true Waiting for something groat to do. .Looking forwavd, tho lotigor yoats thrdtigh Ibit tho Lord was over all. Only a mother, with patient feet, (, Vith tender lovo lor hor littlo 011a sweet, Praying for wisdom to guide hor fee,, And tho dear Lo.nl hoard tbo call. Only r woman, faded and old, " "With hair of gray, instead of gold ; "With tho yoara of hor life a sum all toW, And finished tbo work begun. Only a coflln with flowers dressed ; Only a patient face at rost, With folded hands on a peaceful breast. For tbo Lord ha...

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

t .. 72 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. H m ; 'tf ifii pf Probablo Extension of Tiino Our readers aro gonomlly award, for thoyhavo boon ro pontcdly notified of the fact, that undor tho provisions ol tho pension law of January 25, 1879, (pensions for tho lato -war only,) dato from tho dischargo or death of tho soldior, if applied for before July 1. 18S0. Tf tho claim should not bo filed prior to that date, pension can only commonco from tho dato of filing tho application. Now. in conversation with infiuontial members of Congress of both political parties, during tho last session, wo gathered tho impression that at tho noxt meeting of Congross this time for filing in order to socurotho amount duo irom tho dato of tho discharge or death of tho soldier will bo extended. Soldiers, lot candidates or tho House of Bop rcsonlativc in all parts of tho country understand your wishes in regard to this matter. Forward then your claims as usual, in order that they maybe spredily taken up when Congress as a...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1880

f "V H ; 1 i 8P Ilfr IE BC M il W: 1 & Mhnthhj gonrnnl devoted jo the goldiera, gailors, and enmonerx of the gnited tntet nnd the instruction of the gamilu ginlc. Published by Tho ) ttat t- m. in Txr a orrrwr. mxr -rx n mr-,- - NATIONAL TRIBUNE GOMPANY. Snteredaeeordinp ) Act oOongreu, in th year of our Lord, 181$, in tie Office ofths Librat ian oCanfireu, a Wathington, D. 0. TEEMS, FIFTY CENTS PER YEAH. Specimen Ooploa sent Free on Request. The Same Canteen. BY CHARLES G. TIALPINK. Thoro are bonds of all sort3 In this world of ours, Kotiors of friontlBhlp and tics of flowort, And true lover's knots I weon ; Tho girl and boy aro bound by a kiss, But there's never a bond, old friend, llko this Wo havo druulc from tho samo cantoonJ It was sometimes water and aomotlincs milk, And sometimes applejack lino as silk, But whatever tho tipplo has boon, Wo shared it together in bano or in bliss, And I warn you, friend, when I think of this- Wo have drunk from tho same canteon ! Tne rich a...

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

;.t j .1 & ft & TO ji !$' m I 1 1 l,K Hi fi j Wj .t IS I ifl iS . I afta. i j- $ Itt , fii 1 .k ntj 74 - hi.. ,tl., jL-i-iJ l. LU..MH--nTiiinii r-""- - " ' ir"--" MMM.MMM. "' " , ' g'ipff -f'r " ' ""' ""- ' i . . - -' - - - - j Ttt iff I i I . THE NATIONAL? TJRIBUNE. :r,:,;z;,:i-i-,-'.1.1.: :,:".: ' s:A" MMAw " TEfl)lKfiTHETOBljfE SolMct0 ommimiccuwu. Bauds, Lake Co., D. T., Sept. IS, 1SS0. Editor National Tribune : ';VSih: I received tlio August number of Tile National .TjmiUNK and was pleased to think or the interest you manifest in regard to the boys who gave their lives and health for the Union. I will send one dollar to pay for the paper two years I believe that is the price and I also want to write you about pensions. I was a soldier in ouo of the Vermont regiments and contracted a discaso from which I have never recovered. After I had been out of the service a number of years and had spent consider able for doctors' bills I was advised to apply for a poiuion and" did ...

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

ill! THE, NATIONAL ,TRIB,UNE. 75 A i m m HRf? persons. A. Your olahn cannot bo reconsidered as tlio Quartormastcr-GenGrnl linfe decided that llo has no author ity under tlio law to rc-opou a claim filed under tho aob of July 4, 1804, which has once boon rejected. Gilbert VM CnAturoN, N. Y. My brother died in tlio Army when 1 was bul ton yoars of ago. Ho was my mother's solo dependence, father having died boforo -the War. Mother died last year. Am not I entitled to a pen - sion until I was sixteen?- A. No; tho brothers and .sisters of a soldior have no title to pension unless under sixteen yoars of ago at the data of death of their last sur viving parent. Edw'd. T., Cadiz, Onro.- My mother drew a pension on account of the death of my brother, commencing nine years after his death. When mother died tho pension -was continued to father until his death. Am 1 entitled to mother's back pension for nino yoars? A. No; nor would your fathor have boon entitled to arrears of pension had ho liv...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1880

'76 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ; & 1 im IK ft I IJ? Wjb& JSftUlU? m&7 ijf 5f). .. . 4L jj;. J?r JL JHP ts t . dP iKfe mwmT- 1 4vSr'v' "N -r .smiomwffiieEDuav Entered at tho IW-Oftlco at Washington a1? JM-olassraattor Washington, D. C, October, 1880. " Co care for him who has borne the battle, and for his widow and orphans" Abraham Lincoln. " The validity of the public debt of the United Stales authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment if pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insur rection or rebellion, shall not bo questioned." Sue. 4, Aim 3lkXIV, Constitution of the United Statjbs. "The Pension Laws ought of right to be administered y a soldier who has been baptized in the fire of battle, to he end that they may be liberally construed and adminis-'c-red in the broad spirit of justice and liberality." Platform of "Qun Country' s Defenders. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. One copy One Year - 50 Cents Five Copies, " - -' - - -...

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

ft I I IV R THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 77 m IE- SK I I i l R It I If. P IB? owes and it ought to bo paid. Tti other words, lot tho bounty bo oqualizcd ; put all honorably-discharged sol diers upon tho sumo basis ; pay thotn at tho samo rato. Thoy aro ontitlod to it. Tho justico of it no man can dis pute, and that is all that this bill contemplates. I am for it, I vote for it with all my heart." Present the fact of this great overflow of funds in tie Treasury, to your Senators and Representatives. Many, if not most of them, aro at homo now. See them, write to them, urge them to do you justice during the coming session of Congress. INTERESTING TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. How Bentley Runs tho Pension Office. How the Commissioner of Pensions could so far forget tho promptings of justice and the dictates of humanity as to act the part he did with regard to soldiers', and sailors' arrears, is past our comprehen sion. Present the question to one hundred intelli gent men, and we beliove that ninety...

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

7'8 THE- NATIONAL., TRIBUNE. f B !fJSf' 111 ffll a ft" I J E I li If ) st ft.t jSljc jBabies ftogc.- ZmCSSEC i. &iii dii iW ii-hh Sixteen arid Sixty. o, grnnttnuitft In 1fpfc.ki oimt. AfltPih flips Wawlo With tttnffled. luur: I'm going to be married, oh griuilmi I I'm going te u ftptrrled 1 lift J ha 1 ha i Iia I " 0 grandma, smooths mil hor apeon atrlns?: "Do you knoAfi my. dotyr,, 'tlgolomu thing?' ,TI8 solsmnor not to, grandma. , Im going tio bo marled. Ha I ha ! iia I ha !'' T,hon grandma looks through hftr tdxty .yoarfl, Aad Stints Up ft Woman's hopp and hr3 ; Si r otm tf vttig and two of m dead ; Grundpa helfls and tlutl to JiTi bud. IKewhero to Hrtt when the house burned down ; YaT of fighting With old Mother Hrovm ; Stockings to dam and broad to bale ; 53Ighcs to wsh nnd drossoe to umtn. But then th mvBto or pfctsfarlng fact, Graitdfln. ldWdirsafond attlsw9t, Song htfa'$rfcUlfc thtltvtflQUg'dfty, Joy ana lassos andloveiilvray. O, $raw&m smooths out her apron string. ...

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

mmmKmmmmmKmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmfmmgL F it! TJT ? -' r i , . i : , - m . -, th6' nationai; tKibune. 1,1 ' f ' 79 ftV . r " - - "" i " " - 1 1 -in ti i m i. ii i i mi i " ' ...Mi J.. ......j. U ' ' ' ' ""- - -v- - , ., -' .. .i....!..,.,....,., , - Bbak-a-Bye, Baby. " Roek.a.byc, baby,. In tbo tree-top When tho wind blows tho cradle will rock; Wbon tbo bough breaks tlto crndlo will full, Down tuiubloa baby and cradle ami ail.1'. Rock-u-byo, baby; tbo mcadow:ln blbora Laugh at tbo sunbeams tbat dauco In tho room, Eoh6 tile birds with your baby turio, f Ooo at tho sunshine ami ilowcrs of. Juno. Rook-a-byo, baby; as softly It swings Over tho oradlo tbo motbor lovo sings ; BrOodlngor cooing afcovon or dawn, , What will it do wlion tbo inohtor Isono?, Rock-a-byo, baby ; so cloudless tbo srtclos, J31uo as tbo depths of your own kughlng i" ; Sweet 13 tho lullaby over your nest, , , That tenderly sings littlo baby to rosti ltoclc-a-byo, baby ; tho bluo oyes will dream Sweetest when mamma's oyes ov...

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

80 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. I 5 m ii i 1 Arrears of Pousion Additional Bounty Moro Timo Xiikoly to bo Allowed. Our renders aro generally awaro, for they have been ro poatedly notified of the fact, that under the provisions of the pension law of January 25, 1879, (pensions for the late war only, ) dated from tho discharge or death of tho soldier, if applied for before .Tuly 1, 1880. If tho claim was not filed prior to that date, pension can only com mence from tho dato of filing tho application. Now, in conversation with influential members of Congress of both political parties, during tho last sossion, we gathered tho impression that at tho noxt mooting of Congress tho timo for filing in order to sccuro tho amount duo from tho dato of tho discbargo or death of tho soldier will bo oxtonded. Soldiors, lot candidates for tho House of Rep resentatives in all parts of tho country understand your wishes in regard to this matter. Forward, then, your claims as usual, iu order that they may be ...

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