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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

irMvAkMOwM.- s : V A l , rH,E HA'.. ION AL TRIBUNE. 5 i JaAJiM nji - i i if Iniut' I.? t miM , ii . ..i nil" . in .... Tiin.iia n..iii . i nit if ., K .?" c 1 $ v i !. :!. r I r i - Jtt (", I.. -.1 a I v. it j '5 :! 1 tiaMhtfaShd'ShiofcBrrfit down' on tKi project anil the projector. ' J ' '' ' Up 'again combs the bnmrsion7:ihiling, as usuals after defeat, and .again besioges the Senate Committee. Again tihey examine his project, sirikctout every word ojf bis carefully prepared Bill and substitute one o'f'their own, which the defer Commissioner immediately adopts. (Badk' again comes he to the -Houso and urges u)'piitthe Committee of Appropriation's, to piit this bantling on as a rider on the Pension Appropriation Bill, and anndances through the New York press tnatrtthi's would surely bo done; gain drops the unforeseen calamity upon' him, and''ncithor in tho Committee nor in the House, is this addition made. tJXq has exposed his wounds to the public, ho has sought to mould and shape p...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

6 I ATIONAL TRIBUNE. m ma m S! 4 ' I i.fa ! ill U ' M i ml ;:-im She jCabics' Jpagc. . -, .--r mum "YES." Tby stood above the world In world apart, And she drooped hor happy oyotf, And Btlllod tho throbbing puloe Of hor happy heart. And tho moonlight foil above her, Hor eccrot to dlucovor, And the moonbeams ktasatl hor hair, Ab thoagh no human lover Had laid his kluaoa there. Look up, brown eyes," ho said, And anBWOr mine, Uft p those ellkon fringes, That hide a happy light, Almost divine." The Jealous moonlight drifted To tho fingor half mplifted, Whorohono thoopal ring Where the colors danced and ahtfUtf On the pretty, change fill tiling. Just the old, old story, Of light and shade,, Lore, like tho opal tendor, L4ko It, maybo to rary, Maybe to frtde, Juat the old, tendor story, Jogt a glimpse of morning glory, In an earthly paradise, With shady reflections, In a pair of svr cet brown eye. Brown, oyos a man might well Be proud to win I Open, to hold his Image, ' 6hnt under silken l...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

lima&iit;.A-tm-- w"'" " iVff1' 1 ?" ?f -WW "" w fflSWfWWW WKWWWWP'lWW' - II THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, i ' '. ..... .,.,.. . ... ... ....,..-.. , . 5U)c tfl)ilbrcn0 Jpage &X P. n l- P. fc 1 R- m n &' w IV "Dot ITunny Iiootlo Baby." tax nK8T DUTCH rOKVt KVBUWRtTTKrf, Droo jxs I live most every day, I laugh tno villi to boc do vay Dot shnmll young baby dry to bly Dot runny lootlo baby. . Von I look of dom lootlo toea, Und hco dot funny lootlo no?o, XTnd hear do vay dot rooster croira, I ahpillo Hko I vas crazy. Und vonyt hoar tho roal nlco vay, Dom vomons to my vlfo doy say uMore llkolils fador ovory day." I vas so proud like blazes. Soraedlmcs doro comes a leotlo fqall, Dot's von do vlndy vlnd vtll orawl Right In his Inetlo stomach shmall ; Now dot's doobad for baby. Dot. makes hltn stnv: at night so shwoot, Und trorrlo-barrlo ho must cat, Und I uustshump shpryon my fct To holp dot lootlo baby. Ho pull my nosn, und kicks my hair, "Und crawls mo ovor every vhoro, Und slobbers m...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1881

s i ' i,1 4- M r fell I . oil I' h nu m- Funds for Soldiers. Mono)' honesfcl paid is likti Iho quality or mercy ns described by Slmksnonro: f The quality of mercy is not. strained. " ' 'lb flroppeUi ns tlho gentle ntin from Heaven , " ,!, , trpcm the1 place beneath. It is tvHbe btd&wl j , It Wcssabh him that, givos and him, that takes. 33v&ry debt paid a Union soldidr will bring' a bless ing on ibis Government, oven as ,tho soldier is blpiSefT in" recoiVitr the bounty. Tho following Iptlcra, recently so,an by us, show tho Qovorninont )8' doing a gootl work: , , TANNBIlSVILM!, GlI.MOMC GO., WmST Va.. t jjocomuor Z3, issu. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. FOUR EXCELLENT PREMIUMS JSTAtfIMrtW) ARTICLES NEEDED 'BY Alfo. Mr. Lr.xrox : or Drau Suu I received mv rtonsion oliook some timo no-jn 4S0fi.73; which you procured for mo. 1 am vory much pleased ' -.s Jtt ' T m j1 1, 4 j. - with yQur work in my bohalf. t Ymirs respectfully, R. 1 OUTLTP. S Bkavrxs, Sussex Co., K. J., Deo. 22, 1830. Mr. a...

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

cssfsrif. ': 'fi,W"""" tHttmrnn-HM PWtrff i ''wmm' $hu ih!r Jhwwl dciwted !o fhr Mters. .mhrs, mid $m$wnvrx pf fhr fflnited inte$. and the imtnictian nf;' th $nmihj (jjfchclt. iiWtttnrimms!itm?:. ' . r La I t K K ft. I; h l- & It' ii i I I Huhli h. l M T. SONAtMBUtfi! GOWlfY 1 VouNo. 2. WASHINGTON, D. (.)., FEBRUARY, 1881 Unterrd according to act 6 Conprtu, ti Pie yeur of ur I,ordt iSlftiniht Qfflce of tht Ltftrarian of Congrut, ut Jfathtngton, J). O. TEKMS, FIFTY CENTS PEB YBAE Specimen Copies aont Tree on Request. THE FLAG OF THE WEST. Dedicated to Gen. W. T. Sherman. 'Notk. There was much excellent, pootry written by the .Boys i Blue, during the war, which has never ap peared in print The following, found among the papers of a deceased Union officer recently, was sent to ub by bis widow. Ed. Trib. Hot? softly and blight cloth the moon glisten now On the battlo-Btalnod flag of the West; 'TIs n signal ol' light to the herolo brow, Of young soldier who pickets the crest. , Ills ...

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

c 10 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. V lis 1 n ifl :n ii HI V. r. 4 I.' r . v id ii Ifflh I TO i ' r. m )! SolMcra fiommunicaiwto. Feb., 17, 1881. St. GHAm.Kft, Kaitr Oo., Ill , MM lor Ttaltonal Trttnmc . PkahStu: lam ono of ttia unfbrlunntu Union Soldlors, who lms npnlieri for a ponsion. For throo years my caso 1ms boon boforo tho I'onslon (Jflloo. It lma oo.H mo 4-21.16 In postngo stamps tor scouring wltwsso. nnd Kgot neco&sary ovMonoo ami papers to tho Pension Ofltno. It has boon fourtoon yours slnoo t commenced my search Tor this evidence. It was twelve years before I round any of ihc parties needed. Tho regimental sur geon was d and i continued ftearoh till I found the first funis unt surgeon, anduftor that I round the ft rat flcrRo.int an, ono comrade Whllo searching, I learned that seven of thoso who could havo testified In my favor hud dlei. I sorvod two years hearty and woll, noTcr attending a elok call during that tlmo. Thon'l bcjcnmoalllieted with the bllllou fevor, rover aud a...

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

ti&MJKESbMhAu i r It R h: m. WPliy m. m m ii Ife i I" II. I I TH NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 16 (&l)c dEljUbrcu's $Jetgc. j; ;.?' life; ?'1 i ; ' 4 Pretty Polly Pansy. Pretty Polly Pansy . Camo in tlao sprlnr 5 Tho gay trardcn posies Woro all blossoming. Nobody noticed hor, Small, shy and swcot, Sho hid in tho grassob Oloso undor tholr foot. And so, all unnoticed, Tho long summer through, Shu 8lnpod or tho sunshine, She drank or tho dotr. Till tho frail, snowy lilios Woro wind-torn and tossed, Tho plnk-potalod roses, All nipped by the rrost. When tho gay flowors Wore ovrii'y quo doad, Polly Pansy Lirtod her head. 44 Tho garden is ompfcy Plenty of room." Sho laughed, nodded gayly, 41 Tlmo 1 should bloom. " They'll miss tho lilies And mourn for the roeo ; I can't tako the plaoe of 1 ' Tho least flower that grows. 44 But V brighten my cornor I" : X think 1 w.onld do, , If I woro a pansy, Tho sajmo, wouldn't you ?. Tho Littlo Violet Woman. lovely clothes woro spoiled, and all this put an ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1881

12 m 1 ! J JIM - IB II I i I '! ?' mummmk an iKntorort ut tho Post-Ditto nt Washington as ftt-olasi matter Washington D. 0., February, 1881. u Vocwre for him who has borne tho battle, and f$r Ma widow and orphans." Ajikauam Lincoln. u The validity of the public debt of the UniUd States avtJioriscd bv law, including debts incurred for payment tf pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insur vectionor rebellion, sliall not be questioned. -Sec. 4, Aim xlkXIV, Constitutiok of tiie Unitkd States. " The Pension Laws ought of right to bo administered y a soldier who has been baptized in the fire of battle, to S?jj end thai they may le liberally construed arid adminis tered in the broad spirit of justice and liberality" Platfoum. of "Ouh Coontuy's Dbfendmrs. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE M ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. Ono cop j One Year - - - - 50 Cents Five Copies, ----- $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gottor-up of Club,) 4.00 "For every fifteen subscribers wo receive from any ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1881

.M .. i.rWl.'rff-n "- W-M-.WW I! t IONAL TRIBUNE. 13 V. 'I m K r & I! I II a Another Warning. ttiw and ooor and over have wo requestor! cor respondents, whou writing, to give their P. 0., Oounty, and StaU, and yot many are still delin quent in this respect. Now, how is it possible for us to answer, letters or send papers vtkfyji' v6 don't know whore to'addross them ? C ' - If Proceedings of Congress, Etc. ' ' The Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was com pleted by tho sub committee of the House Commit tee on Appropriations, February 16, and sent to the -printer. It if- expected that tho full committee will agree upon it at their met ting before the 22d iust., and report it to the House. The General Deficiency is. the only appropriation bill now in the hands of the committee, and it will probably be reported to the House soon. Tho Committee of Conference on the Naval Ap propriation bill have reached an agreement. The amounts in dispu e between the two houses on this bill (aggregati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1881

m, 14 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 'f: I ! I , I 1 M ii ts MB ti tl SI RifJ atljc jCctMcsf' page. 3T Farowoll. Tho boat went drifting, ilriainv over tho sleeping soa, And the man thnt I lovod tho nearest sat In tho boat with mo. Tho shadow of oomlnjr parting hung oror tho grgat gray svrol! And tho winds that swept across It sobbed only, farewell, larenoll, Tho boat wont drifting, drifting in tho lingering northorn night And tho faco thnt 1 l-.Tcd tho dearest paled with tho paling light What has happoned?" Wo strov o to Join light laughter; wo strovo to wnlco a jest; ButthOYOIco thatl lovod tho dearest rang endiy'inm tno rest. The boat went drifting, drifting, while the dull skies lowered down, And the ' ragged rims of thunder " gave tho rooky hond a crown. Tho boat went drifting, drifting, whllo to tho dark'nlng sky, For tho man that 1 loved tho dearest, tho prayor rose silently. 6h! true, strong hand t touch no more ; bravo smile I may not poo: Wftli tho God who govorna time and tide brin...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1881

BliSJSBS wwjMWMMi THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 11 ritiM w, 1 s. Bv It Hi- r ''! gi h is if I' K 1 m i- Tho Sixty-Sutgoon Bill Debate. Knowing wo can publish nothing more interest, ing to our soldier friends, wo plftco bolow a sy nopsis of tho running debate in tho Senate, in which Genoral Logan, tho gallant soldier and tho devoted friend of soldiers, won a groat victory. Tho debate will bo continued in our March num ber. Mr. Davis, of West Virginia.' I bolicvo today thero arc more mou improperly upon tho pension-roll, who aro as nolo as you or I to earn a living, than thoro are survivors of tho war of 1812. I boliovo to-day thoro aro a great many pensioners upon tho roll who contracted no disoaso whatever, but who have improperly and fraudulently iu many cases gotten thoro. Wo aro told by tho Commis sioner, and I think at ono time wo wore told by tho former chairman of tho Committee on Pensions, tho Souator from Kausns, Mr. Ingalls, who is always care ful in his statements, that ho behoved...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1881

16 THE NATIONAL iK'Jl. Latest Good News. 'There is too doubt but what Iho bill incroasiug very largely tho force in iho Pension Office, thoSur-.gcon-jQonoral's Onico, nnd Iho Adjutant-General's OITioo, wTll'pnse this Congress, whereby meritorious pensions can bo pushed through with honest and FOUR EXCELLENT PREMIUMS. 0LATMS CLAIMS-! This Claim House ' Established m 1895!' STANDARD ARTICLES NEEDED BY ALT,. Uu a '! r m I i . Bl M si il i t 1 tfi 7J rttit S id fit K I LB ' M W- I !H J ' . IB n 3 jus despatch. Money for Soldiers. ASToniA, III., February 12, 18X1. xo. JE. Lemon, Esq.: , , ..... JiniuStnj i have roccived my chock from Pension Oluoo. Chicago, for (KLfio, also vouohor for throo months' pay (72), duoMartth 4, all utnountlngto 2,T10.60. lMrasv aocopt my sin euro tWiks for the ablo mnnnor Ji which you have oomVttotad wy tlalm. W rcspootfully, WILLIAM B. SMITH. Damascus, Montgomery CO., ftln. DearS?r:' 1 give you a thousand thanks Ibr getting my pen slon money, which camo to $1...

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

h -" 4. fctmi&w., i iWM w.wftiiU -i .irsmmBacma: . .. i""sjwr'' fiV-Sv SfgK , , jL-aj $ JJSlonihlti $ourtmI dcvahd to the oldicrs, niJars, nnd $tenmottcrs off the jnited fate, and the imtmttion of the 4$nmilii $irch. I w Published hy no ttt itf "xr Q :.) -"i-" " NATIONAL TBIBUNJ3 COMPANY, WASHINGTON", D. 0., MAROH, 1881. ac Entered according to act of Congrtu, in the year of eur Lord, $18, to the Office of the Liflrarlan of Congrett, at Wathtngton, D. C. TEBMS, FIFTY CENTS PEB TBAB, Specimen Oopie3 sent Free on Request. A Dream. Thls'qunlnt'poom is taken from one of our dx6lianges, The &licYol;ccAdvocatc, Ttulhm Territory. It IS evidently ,Uo work o1 oiio of our Tndlnn brothers. I went, to n garden to got mo somo loaves, And there I saw old mothor Evo. She, was looking at the fruit mid looking at the tro.c, And said, "Tlu fruit looks mighty good to mo. To cat this fruit will make mo wiso, Oh, how I wnut to open my eyes. But old mnstor says nay, nud I must obo3. Yet the fruit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1881

18 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, M t'ii !!; : if duly, then (ho moro question as to whether ho was shot or contracted a disonso can bo proven by tha record, if rtny exists, or by his comrades, by a physician, or by poisons who Know uio laoc , ana vo say wmi an uns ovmunco can ,H amine any ponsionor on the roll at any place, at any time, . ..OTnn?,!)'?; stiiko lura from the roll or ro- 'riitrtamitii mail. Vdi. i yi ft SS ! - nksttlnw. " I. - . , .' ,. IUk.U illD JJUIISIUU. whenow r ho ohoosos, and Stkphkn Sherman, of llomor, Michigan, lyomooror soiuiors Inf. . desires tho present who woro in Qo. H lajf .. . . aw , . . as. AiLAnvBY.a'oi'itins.aiauiaon county. . uosiros post oiiige mitU'033 or any of tho 5m missioned oniaa. of(Jo. 12 Nhfotconth Regt. U. S. rnfnntry, who v Right hero airain to tho being compotout authority for tho purposo of making ex aminations in pension cases. Tho Commissioner of Pen sions, in his r p ut of tho 80th of Jul e, 1880, after speak ing of tho amounts, says : It w...

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

,yt"cJ'KrT'''WflPP'BT'ijP"f!W'' wn" I, i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 19 i m ymtfjn i DMAliSm! Accept UiftnV."bltlfhlts! for yOufr sorvtedlfn getting iy pension money which uamo to 3B7.00. very rospoetmily, , n ALANSON" C. MBlSltHAllT. , 4 i ' Dqvhk.N.H., March 0,1881. Own1 M T.uuko l. Dkau Sin: Through youiiyaluulJlo and untiring efforts, as my attorney, 1 have recently received -isia pension money, first pay- "inniif ' . incut Yours most truly, I IifiONARD ESTER. ir. GKoaqij E, IiiiMas Du'a'kSm; Ilmvu ro MAl'OttruiVr, INI)., Fob. 24, 1831. i received a ohftale for &f55,23 nonslon money and tliahk. you vory much liar yolir able work in yetting it for mo. Yp,urs truly, , WM. K. ROBINSON. ISdwakoS, JSi Y.t March 12, 1851. DbauBir: Ploaso accept thanks for your zeal and onorgy dis played in getting my pension claim through. It came to over '' J Yours vory truly v . ,. CORNELIAS OAJtTEH. half tho term of enlistmont, and tbo romaining one-third at tho expiration of torn of onlistmcut. Rkma...

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

4 20 MlliSW !THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, iK Lfr .Ml (i iS: ' J. ff 1 iff !. i.ff ' M i 'rrai' j t.lifiw rt 'tl M I tK9 fi & ji fit ' urn y i ! I SI Uil I ' M . Iff rlli nt.ftfit iM Mi h W ' rf 3g- pcrr-w dic . UWiPMM Katored at the Post-Offloo at "Washington as 2d-o1a93 matter Washington, D. 0., Makch, 1881. Givo Us a Distragui&hod Soldier at tho Head of tho Pension Office. Such is tho voice of tho soldiers of tho Republic, such is the unanimous tenor of hundreds of letters mailed from all parts of tho country to the Presi dent, to Senators, to Representatives and to The National Tribune. Wo learn that several very oxcollont officers of high reputation for long and varied, sorvico, with good training both before and after tho war, are candidates for this desirable and important position. iaa ana mat mm miiv ua iiuoruiMH w ct . 'trsd in the broad spirit of justice and liberality." Platfoiim op "Qua Country's Defenders. "To care for 7dm wlio has borne the battle, and for 7iis t&...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1881

EWWMMHJ4Mra I55wlIll!urH?SrtinuLiirr '?'; . . i. M' mwmwhnimm m n 1 I m- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. sfeCSfcSiSS $- Third. That nocbango.in.tlio lawis required to make bis administration successful. Now, as Mr. Bentley has denied all thesb, Svhore tloos tho report leave him ? Does he mean to confess by bis action in staying in office, that all this turmoil made by him was a sham and a pretence, or will be vindicate the honesty of his convictions by resigning to let another man try the law as it is. No man has over been sot down upon so quietly, so effectually, and so good naturedly, in our memory, for ovory word in these golden sentences weigh a ton. No bellows of a wind-bag has ever been so ef fectually punctured, no imaginary self-assunied im portance so utterly demolished in so few words. The committee has our thanks. They have done their duty and done it well, now let the President io his. "ft. Bo this thing, and do it promptly, for the sako of tho hundreds of.thouaiuitlis tfho wait r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1881

1 'NATIONAL TRIBUNE?. 22 1,1 -.msfflrv,!1??1; it w t i t.", i , r : r . j-r j (fEorrcsptinbeut0t (ttotitmn. Wo nrp obliged to answer certain iAexuirhw of the same nature hi ofiehWwue of our paper. While avc cheerfully furnish infor mation to subscriber., in thin column, wo suggest that muuh ftfUaiVMm ii ml expense may be sncd both to ourselves and to U v v t Tho Inauguration The 'fourth of March, 18S1, will ioftg bS rftmom- "Wcli in the city of Washington as" tho grontost gala flay ever passed in tho i-Vlerdl capital, s'nvo onlv one. when tho armies of frrant and Sherman " J . ., - ... .,.,.,. , . -,., a.. ,-.,. ... marched through at tllO dOSO Of tflQ War Of tho r0. . r eorrapo , uu it uibjiwov am uner mcr ncrs won u to "i t r- i I keep a file of the popor. They could then, nt any time, turn to bellion. But apart from any consideration Of the- ihoulo ami probably find the very inquiry answered about which vast crowds, the magnificent procession of citizens! they wauidhn written ton...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1881

-, - !..Tf..m -,- mi ,.-M.l.iiiniiiimiiiB,ii.ii.in vm.mmtmirviiWSSWilvmfi"' t) i ' THE NATIONAL 'TRIBUTE; 28 ji': 7JSXZ!X IP. m I II & jBdMy mfb i)ilbixttCf itgi' The Nameless Guest. ll' 1 wonder If over tho angel of dofith (Jotnos down from tho grout unknown, And soars away, on tho wings of night, JJnbimlonod and ttlonol 1 wonder if over tho angels toyos ' Aro filled with pltvlng tonrs, As they grant to tho'souls, unfit fbr flight, A row moro woary years t For It sootna at timop, whon tho world'ft still And tho soft night winds aro.whlst,' , As though some spirit wuro hovorlng near, In folds of dream-like mist, Ami 1 fool, though moitals aro nowhere near, That 1 am not quite alono, . And with gjoomy thoughts of tlylng and death My heart grows cold ua stono. Unt. whether 'tis dea'h that hovers near And knocks at tho door of mv heart. Or whothor 'tis soino bright angel come 'J!o ho of my Hfo a part, u Xannnottoll, andl fonglnvaln, , : .- Tho secret strange to know, Whilo tho mome...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1881

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 24 ii !'M t .'( Hi mi ;M a? jS I! : i ti j t si te m is 5 m "? 7 ; M5 ft m :: KMtk ji S Pi fc' HW RI'" ' i tt r ?3 H U. A ill t W,i K tie. &rM r& rri 1 f 1 11 : , if; $ 11 JSi vffil -i . 2 w- :ma Mm' ' ,! r ' Ur' t tf 7 ' U.t I ? n k HI) iff V? -n EXCELLENT PREM STAmiBD ARTICLES NEEDED BY ALL. FOR Is, PATENTS, CAVEATS, COPYRIGHTS, LABELS, REISSUES, &C, CLAMS- :'. CLAIMS This Claim House Established in 1S65! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OFFICES, 615,15 Street, (Citizens National Bank,)., WnsHlxiKton, . C. f 1 0. Drawer 325, Widows, minor children, dependent mothers, lathers, and r?5hs OUR PREMIUM CLOCK. With regard to our Premium Oloch, tho fact of our Belling moro than 1,000 of them to subscribers from Maine to California, all of which give satisfaction, speaks volumes. Kccommendations such as tho following are constantly being received : SUXKY LA.NK, BUTLEBiCO., Kj, J J 3, 1S81. Editor of the National Tribunal IhoMtle Tribune clock is tiolciog-, ticking, all d...

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