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

in H s: M i'-A i1 1 i ;l ?! ;a nu. f5 ' )' ml m ii mi m j v m .'.'.r'. is! I a f I" jf Mlonihlu jgaurnul devoted to the tMcrn, mkrs, and eimonen of the Ignited gjiatet mid the instruction of the gmhil ffihfoV 'publisluHlbyho" V rnfi- TCT ift W A CT.TTTrnn-vr T n 7ffAXn?,m'E'P. 1'Rftn. f TERMS, FIFTY CENTS PJ3H TEAR. ' Published by Tho 1 Vnr W "NTn 1 G W A STTr'NTftTOTsT. TV (1 , 7tfOVTVER. 1880. TB"TTnUAT.rrtTTTTHTP nnwtiATTxr I A ' -" .' ' ' ' O.JUlVliJ X J.VJ.U U 11 XI UUIU AM X. f 'jdUeredactordlneto let cfCongrut, Uthvtar tonr Lurd, i$18, in lU OJJlc oftht Lib'rat Ian oConprtu, tt Wathinplon, D. 0. TERMS, FIFTY GENTS FJ3R TEAR. Specimen Copies sent Free on Request. Union and Liberty. HYO, W. HOWIES. V " Sir "I requested merly : i , i"Y tljiagiOf-thchorooswho left ua, thojr ..Borno'lhrouah 'th'oir battle Holds' :!AV;MU It U1U1 . ft; thunder and name, 'liltuoncd in song Iljurniricu In story, t f Vavo o'ur us till who Inherit their fame t ' ' , Up with our baunur bright, " "' Sprin...

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

THE NATIONA-L-TBUNE oz fl 0 V , m m ! Si!-! ffflffcjf 5 m; . i H: n IM HI M hi RfV I II 11 fl, M !fl J ' . f. i! Mil lite ing in tho girl's heart ftufcoued. Thar was no longer I JiMIM Uwnukl I " any ooromonv betwocn tliW. 'Sho put lior -hand ross- Mlt&nAfoclpath. IIoM hTvl 1 If yo wouW melvon is face ".Ton she took it away and looked at it'ngt contoWiHd ttfd houso because you lfacUn. wonndsj .JflL by tho light of a distant lamp. It was stamod witiii uiooa, , ,on v v iV ;..' , '," W Soon he regained his strength, and thoy continued on " Precisely. rt a' , fc.x!k ",i vi ' ,,. w 'Piw; ;,n,i hAVnm tiin mito? " And after you did get thai thrashing yrfu ttWnetl it to u0l... "Come 'in&' she said: "this shall bo yqur homo until you account by getting out doctdrj I suppose! m $- .Undv ." Tfflf-'.. I :" It W. , - -- . 111. i nvo a horn:" "ThauklyoiL I must go. Goodnight." "You musk come in. X shall nova forgive your if you don't. I may novorseo you again.' ,, , -y "Perhapslhot," Ho sa...

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

HE - JU v MA'TONAT. TT?TRT7TsFR.. 83 m umm ti ,Uel jl . - uvziwiiuj4.-i:--l. j r r" . "iiw-inti"T - ' "-- ...-. ... , -.. i m .. ,. .. EN 1 K Bl It' ws & p. it: X. 8. a. ill. !&.. Iti. ? Si h.r 4. J I-7 14?; fsM vm JmJflrrL i. "-ir-Ws?i y i . - jsr' .ao h s-,l 7V( vtrxf IMt " tiOanian i& k-rwrr-'t- ab i. m l i .i u . -i-i - -jjj it 111 7V1 M A vsi a i y i' s ft f ,M IVY l N. tfAJ I 1 - i j ym. r &. v s. p y iiiff, &c. Thoso dcsirine and who arc ablo arc eivcn labor , iitid remunerative- iwty therefor; ;Ifis Driven to those do $ Mr. Gk E, LEMON (JtlBNOA, MfiLEAtf ObtTNTV, U.X.. , . , October 17, 1880. ; siring it amplo facilities for preparing themselves for ac-; l)KAltFSniviliavoyh6honor to answer yours QiUlm&id'ult., tivo employment of-many kinds. wiilclucayjoJlko.thoAngol of Poaco in tho dftrK.hour,df despair. Those desiring to become inmates should not be im- ffiJ - 1 . 1 7 it. ,. . ... "r V '" J,"J ihwvim.vuw i-r vriwavn- iw-J U.IIU, liUUl m3U J11U prosse...

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

V ) B'ii I . r !l tl Id 5'" ' X If if : r I ! .&& 84 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. m sd. iLi i mh -nciHOMr - - - dm&aMM Tho Condition of .Ireland. j year ended .1 unc HO, 1 880, was- '$33,390,200. The dVL TUV 1TMO HIT kUVM Viu 1W1IU II U i 1HIHU v vw, w , The nisbed Entered at tho Post ,o,llM.V.So. M4U.uu.ri ft-"" tho British yoke with millions ofpobplo, mou9 for their industry, enterprise and valor, rr .., ... . . , .. . ., , , .i . .. Washington, D. 0., Novkmuek, 1880. '2V cara or Aim who has borne the battle, and for his M.i. nf nrnJian ." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. wictow m orpfauw." Abraham: Lincoln fa as " Green Isle of the Ocean," which has fur- fj2n miles in length ; annual transportation, 96,407, Amorica since tho days of her independence 463 milos; annual coat, $10,580,271 of which amount well as their devotion to the land of their adoption, 11 The validity of the public debt of the United States authorised by law, including debts incurred for payment if pensions and bounties fo...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 86 i , " Seasonable 'Heflcctiona. Summer is over. Winter is rapidly approaching. The ilios, bonumbod with the cold, fight vigorously for a resting-place on the cheek of the gentle maiden ; the mosquitoes uo more present their obnoxious bills, thoy are settled forevor; the wasps retreat from the cold air into our dwelling and aro caged by the win dow pane ; the frogs have descended into their slimy abodes and no longer arouse our miseries by their dismal erQakings, and it is altogether too cold for John and Mary to stand for hours at the garden gate and make love by moonlight. Tn many parts of our broad land tho earth is now covered with snow. Little Bessie has been up early and ran to the window " Ob 1 my ! the snow ! thj great big beautiful snow," she exclaims, clapping her hands. Tn live minutes .she is dresssd and out in it and wading about, while Towsor is bounding and play ing in the watery fleece. Uncle Joe rigs up his sleigh and goes to mill for that buc...

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

Oft-jrt.utntn.H ku. ?as XHE c NATIONAL TRIBUTES. I i m ij .! ! my . ! '.,; 1 ) ft," ;r" v.. l)ft UaMorJpagc. Willi li . -JL iX itnd married, and hqv hor. children also bad first scon tho light. ' ' Two yoars ago hor .'husband who had boon too litfclo r "Did you not know it is I who havojmrchasod tho dear old farm ? Did you not receive Jack's lotlor ? " "Oh, Walter it cannot, cannot bo truo ! " JihQ Covers In IDifforont Moods aricl'Tonscs. SaittfeuUer sho vn$ a lonohei- who taught, ' ., t JuffliWoftdifilos called lilt a stfrWnitff whtfentffcfrl. HU lionut, when ho saw hor, kopt, Pinking ami sunk., Ai1u his oyp, mooting hers, kpnt wlnkMny !yulvniik, And alio In H6r trim m to Wf Hiking1 arttt ttrtililK Ho hrtSteuiod to woo hor, and swocuy ho.wond. ABtt Ills lovo grow till to a m6unttt n Itjjiww!!, AllU ho was longing' to do then as ho dootf. in eoYot ho wauled to spoak anil ho taoko, C6 Stick with lils tins wliat Ills heart bad Ions soki, S"o lie'inniMgQ'l to let tho truth reals, milt ...

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

h I . ... . - . y y- Sift Sfjilbrm VU HIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, 3- -Ju r Xf i ngfto 87 y--! to Make Childhood's wo ot. TT Wait not. till the lltilo hands arc at rest, 13ro you fill thoni full or ilowovs ; Wait not for tho crowning tuberose, ,-, To xnalcb sweot tho last sad hours. I '' r But. while in tho busy household band iour darlings still need your guiding hand, Oil I fill their lives with swcotiiOtft. Watt not till tho little hearts are stilly For tho loving look and phrase ; , Hut while you gently ohldo i fault f ' Tho good dood kindly praise. Tho word vou would speak busldo tho blor , Tails sweeter far on ttie living car; ' Oh 1 fill young lives with swo'etiioss ! Ah t what are kisses on clay cold Ups , To the rosy mouth wo press, When our woo ono flics to hor mother's "ttrms, For lovo's tondorost caress ! .ti)t never a worldly babble keep Your heart from the Joy each day should reap, Circling your lives with sweetness. Give thanks each morn for the sturdy boys, Glvo thanks for ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1880

si si. j,i-M.5 uZm. wi; Wa qRtMnftju smrtH.im wwJEj n?rfibS5STOieJTKrj I i, I ; I.1 ',, 1 '. mm5IiAwiiwr" . W4 h i, Ms: i'J 14 wi Mm ifji gfi&w ,:fe - ' 31 is: i i-iM 'i rt r. ni T.f i 88 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ' THE FARRAGUT STATUS!, The Arrangements for its Dedication FOUR EXCELLENT $M Jtutuc of Jarmffll,by. Vinuio cauUxit STAN1)AK1) AimCMSS NEEDED BY ALL. PREMIUM i I hi4iMwi n nminwiiii'i CLAIMS ! CJiApS t dedication cromonies will takoplaco after the meeting of Congress, on a date to bo designated by th nvni minor ities. Before the statue was raised to its position uggu rnonte containing the following memoranda were placed in a copper box, which was imbeded in tho pedestal of the statue ; - "David Glasgow Farragut, the first admiral of the Uni ted States Navv, -was bom at Campbell's Station, noar KnoxvillCj East Tonnesscoj on the 5th day of July, A D. 1801. He .was appointed a midshipman in tho United States Navy December 17th, A. 13. 1810. Ho served during tho war between Gr...

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

-V, L W : i 1 J jMfe wwar femg fc fo gttfarB, gnihrn md gewsimttrs aftiw gttikd &&, awrf b btnirtuHon off tU gmxity girth. '" ' ' ' ..-.' '. ..... 4''''' I. ' , ," ' - ""' ' ' '" """""""""" . I... ,. . , ,, ... , .,,.,., ,,, ., .. , ,., FwbUsbea by The WWIOIAL TBE3UNI! OOMPAHT TH."!f -----. Vol.Tv,K"o. 12. "WASHIN"aTOK B. 0., DECEMBER,, 1880. i tbrms.mi-tt obntspee ybab. mmrea aoegmMf w Aet 9OimgrtH, n th ytar efour Lord, fm, tn. tU Ojjlet eftto ZAbrm fan oCongreu, til WfuMngion, D. 0. - h" Is It Worth WhilP T JOAQUItf MILLBB. Is itworth -while that wo jostle a brothor, - -Bearing his load on tho rough road of Hfo? 4 , la it worth whilo that wo joor at each other In blackness ot heart that wo war to the knlfo? , God pity us all in our pitiful strife. ' God pity us all as wo jostle each other j God pardon us all for tho triumph we feel "When a follow goes down 'ncath his load on tho heather, Pierced to tho hoart : Words aro keonor than steel,' ; .'' Aad mlghtior far for woo t...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1880

.W -v -v, Jf-vfc --! -' -i'i. ''-" THE NATXON&I, TKIBUNR. 9Q ,-- p a fi 4fi tfc '! IK if I Ml it j 11 KM, J i t' una SclMer' crmtmmkcttt0it Oa-n-ton. Bradford Co., PEmYLVAKiA, October 10, 1880. JSditor National Tribune : Dkaji Sm : I desiro to Btat a few facta through your paper in order tliat the pcoplo may see Just what is being dono in the Pension Office toward fulfilling tho promts given us by tlio soldiers1 friend, Abraham Lincoln, and Af terward made a law of the land by Congress, when I loft tho xYrwy in 18G3 I was a total wreck, being very sick and severely ruptured on each sido of my body. I never 1 t...,. ..,... 11.. 1l i-m An. n 3.ivio rtrti'b- cirton nlf.limirrn JJH.YU UUUU lUiMIJ UUHv IU VIU 4k lJ J .tvio. am--, I...UV-B- until about twolvo years ago I did raanago to perform light manual mechanical labor, but for about said tnno I have not been ablo to earn a sufficient amount to pay for my salt, and, owing to errors made in the Pension Ollico, and nothing olse, I h...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1880

rv . -f,'!.. 11 i. THB RATIONAL TRIBUNE. Gl f f 4 - "tofTM! K f! 1 t?. 1 ffg) r i.T W. ii 1 The Senate for Popular Education. It is especially gratifying for us to note that the Sonato of tho United States ha& recently expressed by an. overwhelming vote its readiness to sustain thb cause of popular oducation. Thoro Was no party feeling manifested in relation to the subject. North ern, 'Southern and Westorn Senators vied with each bthor in support of tho good cau'so, The bill as it passed said body gives tho proceeds of tho sales of the public lands and tho surplus! funds which may accumulate at tho latent Office for edncatio lal purposes to be divided among the several States according to stipulations mentioned in the bill. The Southern Senators favored the measure even moro strenuously than those from other parts of tho Na tion, and this is not surprising, for there is an im perative necessity that the freedmen now citizens and voters should at least have tho benefits of a comm...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1880

41tr vv, Jjlfr3i.,Wfc' JWrf-Vi VMh.,hti4tli ,SttMWtTlngJWIifWIIWffWMM; WMUPU!, , 3f; ' i 92 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. sg 5W smVW. t-"V, Pi" Wr to3 (Satored at tlio PoBt-Offloo at Washington as ai-ciMMwM am . ?$m j&$k mmudssssm jusmww Tho Prosidontial Eloolion Results. of 1880 and its Washington, D. 0., Dbobmbeb, 1380. mid for Us "To care for 7dm who 7uia borne ? battle, widow and orphans." ABIiaham uiw. Tto validity of the public debt of the United States eu(toriedivitotoiiB interred for payment fpmsfoiand bountie for f.JTol K Jionor rebellion, sJutll not toQ:n Si' AU hIyiv constitution ok tuk United Statics. ""&,"".. mwM V rtoM to yj?ZTi ia-oUlicr who hit boon, baptised in tit fire of battle, to Lwrt , tj irond 7mf of justice and liberalwj. bred in ? roiu oouKTiiv'B Dbfkndbbs. As our readers know Tnu National is not, nnd is not intended to be, a political paper. We do not choose to give any partisan coloring to our editorials. We know that tho soldiers, who arc our constituents...

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

J2itl.SMW S . -j3CTri'-irW "" ' JftlSSK!t'''v'"'' "' "IIWJMIfW'W 'HfS1 rwwwir"'""!."" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, 93 Ir..v .." ntfftTa!? I I, K' i m I ft; IF r m It which is quito long, and the memorials, each hoar conclusive oviclonco on thoir face that thoy arc not the spontaneous expressions of the officers who assume them as thoirs. The line of thought, the character of expression, the nature of the arguments, are all familiar and as easily recognized as the Washington Monument. There are many phrases in it repeated so often and so drearily in every report, letter, argument, and evidence given by the Commissioner for four years past, that the paternity is apparent. " The voice is Jacob's voice, but the hands are the hands of Esau" The signatures are the act of the officers, the ideas are thoso of Bentley. Whether he wrote the order himself or not it is certain that he inspired it, and inspired it so thor oughly that nearly every sentence has his earmark, and the unmistakable odor of t...

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

04 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. life ?' S HI vw m "Mi That thoso absent arid soattor&d witnesses cannot ho produced by the personal exertions of tho distant claimant, and that tho comrnisaionors will not try to havo them como, and have no power to compel them to como. That no mode is provided in tho hill for transfer , ring the cases from district to district. That if tho claimant is too ignorant of tho busi ness to attend to his or hor case, an attorney must bo employed, and an attorney in each of tho dis tricts where a witnesses may bo found to reside. That on on average sis witnossos are required to provo up a pension claim, and frequently more ; and that experience shows that more than half of these are scattered over every part of our country. We therefore say that, if this is a remedy for the present state of things, the remedy is worse than the disease That tho plan devised in this bill is quadrupling the time, labor and expense now demanded, and positively and by necessity bars...

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

w. mi mmmi iwmw JWPPpBlwmsWrt5PBKw",',i " V a N. 1 r i 1 r!. : r u THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 05 i AMMMtanJt "&? r P "tA ... V Sftf"ttKJ.- r. iR 1 I if m & l)e abic01 JJagi 1 1 r 1 1 01 You Kissed M Tho following exquisite poora was -vfrltton !n 1S07, when tho author was a young !ady under 20. It waa mklrcssod to a certain young Routleniun, tho hero ol tho occasion portrayed. James Kodpatli thought so well of tho poem that ho onco published qulto an edition on whlto satin ribbon. Whlttlor, tho poet, wrote of it ami Its young author, that Blia had truly riwstorod tho su6rot of English verse You kissed mo! my head Dropped low on your breast. "With a fooling of aholtcr And infinite rest, WhJ o tho noly emotions iMy longuo darod not speak Flushed up In a flame From my heart to ray chcok. Your arms held me fast Oh, your anna woro so bold ! s. Heart boat against heart In their passionate fold. our glances seamed drawing My soul through my dyes, A the sun draws tho mjst (" From the sea ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1880

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. !l M 6 J? . m - rm ;r u if!-i ij i t wif foil f . M. ' r ."f II V J . ( MConoy for Soldiers. Uncl(? Sam is now holping his " Boys in Blue " (as ho should have bean doing all along) miopeblYj as notice the following letters we have recently Eccn : JBtVFJrroN, Ind., November n, 18S0. Mr. L-rmon : Dkah Sik : I am vory glnd to inform you that I got my ponslon, $2,719.&0taU right. I ura a thousand times obliged to you for your great etlorts in scouring it. Your friend, S. It. KAHNS. Gba.ntvii.ivk, Kknt Cotjntt, Mion., November 10, 1880. Gbo. E. Lexon, Esq.: Dear Sin: 1 write you a few linos to say that I got., through your earnest efforts, $1,250.87 of ponsion-monoy. i am vory thankful, indeed, for your services as my attorney. Your friend, ALFRED HAMMOND. Jksut, Iowa, November SO, 1880, Mr. Lbxcon : Dxar Sin : Many thanks for the manly and straightforward manner In whtoh you prosecuted my claim. 1 havo my pension money about $37A. Yours vory truly, HOIUOE G. WO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

, vWHiWI W O V a44LA ! ' ' :i-1 'Hl Xx J MLWH i- WrMl I" i m & m IKi'l ft ft. R I I - i 1 ! j .$ $itoilhhj ionnutJ devoted to the 'Mhrhf irihrs, and im,'!iotMX ojf the $mtcd tnte$, litid Ihe instruction b( the, Suniity $irch. jrv PubllHiuHl fcy Tiio .., NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY t - . .1- t lf.."','y ; , Vol.v7; Ho. 1. I ' "! i 1' p.' i. ii ..ai..A AVASHIFGTOF, D. C, J AFP ART, 1881. j Jftt,ti$ attordtng to act Of CbnyrtM. (n tho vtttf of our Lord, iSM, In the OJfce r thi Uflrarlan of Congrat, at rra$hngton, D 0. TIDH1W S, 3TISTY CBN.TS PEE. XBAEi Specimen, uoptos sont Free on Request. THE STAR SPAHGLED BAISTMEB. Its History and tho Song. fr Tn the, month of August, 18 A the country hung on Lbc verge of ruin. Our army, led by Dearborn, Hull, and "Winder, was diminishing under a succession of deplorable reverses. In the midst of the gonoral gloom Lord Cook burn enters the Chesapeake With a fleet of twenty sail, and makes quick ndvanco on AVashington. He outers the Capitol, ascends...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. . -! '- in? frs 'S ll I'll tf'l ft IV 51 Bl H m .I m m mm :' j B ffMf i ' '1 SolMcro" &ommumcaons. (Jorrcspanbcnts' Column. Etna, Cor.us Co., III., January I, 1881. Htdltor of The National Tribunn: I aid ftvrAvo that my subscription for jour much valnott paper is about up. I tluvrnforo forward you 1 to pay tor tho paper monthly f.tr tho year tvSl, ami tho premium pocket-knife, which I 800 you propose glvl 'g to eneh aubsorlhor. I c.innt think of doing without Thh N'ATiovALlntnu.iu.as Isco It uuhes tattngly lofonds the soldier In every respect where rlicht is demanded. 1 hone to sou the columns tor thu your 1SSI, as all have louo here tofore, defending tho worn-out, deblliutod man who I-ht ull ho bad to Bare his country. Respectfully, WlLMIAU CASH. LiviJinsTO.vviiXR, N. Y., January 18, 1881. -Erfffor of Tf.e National Tribune: I received Tour paper, anil I would llko to give yon tho fooling'' of the soldiers in this nluco. Thoy all think Bontley their worst...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

KKKBBKK THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 3 t. I w Wr- I 15. 1803-188L It is related in Persian history, that upon the death of a certain king of that country, on one occft ion tho Magi ehoso for their new sovereign a man living in the vicinity of thoir chief city, noted for ie wisdom, his probity and his honor, though ofton i raiment was in tattors and his food of the coars flt quality. Elovafed to tho throne, it 1b stated, tho new king over afterward caused to be borne in hia Tiew the clothing he had worn during tho days of Iris poverty and obscurity, and not unfrequently he partook of tho wretched faro ho was oft accustomed fr before he ussumed the sceptre. These tattered garments, this rough food, he know would ever serve io remind him of his former condition and tend to subdue his pride and? tyrannical impulses. J lore is n appropriate lesson for us to learn. It would be Veil for the United States to remember what was Us condition n 18G2-63-64. It. then was in rogs. With a rebellion on its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

H! :.a&f :vl10lTAVt ill" V i. rf N?S 'it t "Hi i (j- ..ft Am 4a, ffiE, NATIONAL, TRIBUTE; :- T Sacrs N Lv AistlcU iip,c ur 4j . y , H ". '.A'aV Wi WiPP)u.ue Cost of tho Arrears of Ponsion Act. A groat many people, some anclor tho direct in spirati&n of the Commissioner of Pensidns.atl rely ing upon his figures nnu calculations, are bewailing tho endrmous cost to tho public treasury, arising from Mift nnssacre of this law. TtioA-do hot stow' Id consider- whother the law "Vo care for him who has borne the battle, and, for hi,s wng 5; but 'now that it is lawj' ilicy axtrava-' vitow.and ori;W.ilniVvuAM Lincoi. niWinriuittmalo" tho manor which' willhave to, TM validity of the public debt, of the Umtea zuues ' ;V; " , ' '.' '' iltt3nl8'v . incUulinf, debts incurred ffr payment' be, paid pu,t.: , ., ,: l ...-.'-. ? ;.oii yVi'i Aaroicts in su1)7)rcssiny tnsur- "mi,Liniir'.'tia neaArl fn nnrrv nut a Bnloroflat tho Post-Offloo at Washington n art-class matter wTsiriNoTON, I). 0., JANU...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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