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

F I Sir ,t P. H IK r I BR jJlwtiMlliipiwilliiwii' WWWPWmMiwww . u-"e" f V &h as: J JfflmtMit MonrtmJ tkvahd to ttit gotiiers, Msifors, and gtmimtcrn of the gttifed gtuteg, and tie imsiniciwn of ilw Simula &jrcU. ii . .i ii -- - - ! iii . j. , p- n ' ' I I I Ht, Fubllslifil ly Tlio JUHOHAL TRIBUNE COMPANY VoLf , No. 4. WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL, 1881. A7'rTCarfvrw"F ' v ""j' " y MMir,..ti.iW,WiT, v V" - t j- -- -.-- . TERM S, FIFTY CENTS PER fEAE, Spocimon Copies scat Free en Kequast. Darby and Hia Joan. s pile folloirlng old poem is always now. -tga ftro unknown. Ita author and oxaot . r 1 When Darby ar tho setting sun, 110 swung hift cytho and lMtno ho run, Sat down, dnuik off Ids pint, and said: ' "My work is done, I'll go to 10(1." "Sty "work Js doiio," retorted Joan: ""My -work 1s dono, yonr ooitet&ut tone ; But lwnJesK woman ne'er can Bay 113' work is done, 'till Judgment Day." v JToroDavTty hwi'd and rooked Ids head. To answer what his Joan lmd Raid; Jlut air in vai...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1881

28 THE NATIONAL, TRIBUNE. rsar -,: i P r f Ml 'i i ,,:! ; m i 4 - V Major Gaorgo Dijnlopt Assistant Quartermaster, its , hereby relieved from tluljy In tlio city. He willt ropnrt Immediately to Gdl. Auloil for duty.'1 "By order of the Saorotary of War. "E D. TOWXBBND. " iUsistmu Adjutant General Ool. Lawkencb W. Auton, U. S. A.' " Special Inspector Gen&raV Thoy also presented iho following forged latter from tion. James A, Garfield, Chiof of Stair for tho Depart ment of tlio Cumberland : J 'HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OV TllK CUMBERLAND, " Mt'iiKitKKxmmo', Tenn., May 80, lSG-l. "Colonel : Tho Major General commanding desires mo to say to you that ho desires, if you can spare tho time at doubted oti tho ouo aide nor doniod on tho other, lu tho meantime, while Col. Watkitis wont iu purtmit of tho so dall6d inspecting officer, Col tlninl sont tho following dis tfatch to Gun, Kosoorans: "Frankltn. Tenn.. Juno 3. 18$ I. To Brltr. Gon. jGnrfilold, Chief of Stall': la thoro any snob Inspec...

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

Mft-'M'IW.'il.WiIPMllllWiwMIail4MM THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 27 .?. i hi r in ii I t 1: t. Pi-'' Br rev E' ir. & Anooavooft Co., Ma-tstk, March $0, t8St Jtklitor National Tribum. Djsaii Sm : The agitation for a revision of the pousion 31st is made on no other grounds than that a certain HiiHpi cious appearance is presented, viz. : the increased amount of money now required for pensions above the first yours after the close of the war. In a cursory 'view, it might appear as a strong presumptive evidence that aomothfng was wrong ; indeed, it so appeared to ino until aftor a thorough rolloction upon the subject. In a rocont num "ber of The TmiiUNK reasons were ably given why this fact could honestly arise ; but we will not repeat, except one point which I would emphasize, as it tallios with my observation, viz: That injuries which wore too slight at first to warrant making a claim, began to develop n ago crept on; the same reason applying to those already draw ing pensions; and who pos...

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

-v'!'' M ir i i'il y. WJ m ?.- i ;;.l if M , -, fi.'W : f. 1 ' .It ' ;-Ti j: villi; i .., jj .i.ftli' i Br I ' 1 '- I) 5 J tffr l 5 t 28 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. g2Saior6dftt tho 1'ost.Offlco at Washington A? fcl-Glass matter) Wasiunqt'on, D. 0., Aran,, 1831. iii ! tktSSZ " "Po care for him nlw has borne the haitk, awl for hh mdoip and orplianjt," Abraham LtkcoIjK. '"'The validity of the public (Ubt of tU United States authorised by law, winding debts incurred for payment if pensions and bounties for services in suppressing imur mtianor rebellion, shall not be questioned." Skc. 4, Auti e&eXIV, Constitution of the "United States. ilfhe Pension Latos ought of right to be administered ty a soldier wAo has been baptized in the fire of battle, to $U end tfial they may be liberally construed and adminis tered in the broad spirit of justice and liberality." Piatfokml ov "Quit Countut's DBPflkromis. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PIOSPAID. Ono copy One Year - - H- - 50 Oo...

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

mAmmnt mktVMwkitm n mk . . .' 'V t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 29 mn m iMjniirfi KhWfc 1iW IMtaiiiWii fcwiii "'''ag'w-wmw' I! it I p m. r &. f 'M m! m m It tho moat trivial pretences he banished thousands of his people .women as well as men to the wilds of Siberia, there to wot k out their Uvo3 under the eyes of his cruel taskmasters, digging in iho deep and deadly mines, and when the ladies of Poland put on mourning for their fathers and brothers who fell in tho cause of Polish liberty, he ordered them to be FtTimxid naked and whlnned throusrh the & 1 A. W flttcots of Warsaw. It is not in tho nature of things that the poople of America can mourn tho death of such a man. Politicians may condole through con siderations of state interests, would bo American bugjS may moisten their lace handkerchiefs with tears, bus the plain poople of our country will im pressively say: H Whatsoever a man sowolh, that' shall he reap.11 Lotus as lovers of humanity under whatever circumstances it may ...

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

)V A 80 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. MMMt a i.-j ..- B . 3!: 'l J. " '-$ f"'Js ,-A-' 11 St liijv -j :' i Money for Soldiers. Hnndrods of tlio lotlors wo rocqlvo from olu" soldiers surt tho ldow8 of thooc who Ijnvo pnesod into the other llto aro oxaood. gly touohlng; and all who hnvo boon paid pensions long duo twn express suoh warm grailtudo to tho Government. How m&ny happy, happy homes havo been made by tlio sums roferrud l-o below : I ltortRviT.t.if. TjaiiW tin., tvn.. Vnh ' 1flsM Mr. 0. & Lmtox: ' ' ftjun Sntj 1 horoby tnfbrm you that I hnvo rooolvod my pan sloroftusair for 2(2l6.6?vm! tuft stnsaroly ihnfflt you for so ablv handling; my oliifm. , Yours with mpot, .TOHtt LODGE. ., mi .iMtwt Plalnimkld, Wis., Mnroh 24, lS8t. I Mr. liKMOK! Dkaii Siu : A coop t stncOre thanks for gotting mo, through muoh j Hat, lmn Maroh 16, 1S81. Mn. Lbmok : X thank you vory heartily for getting too, nftOr muoh labor, my ponston-monoy. Itoumo to ovor i.700. Yours truly, K13NW10K J. JAMESON. fadora...

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

&Wfai.i,UiyMi?M'jWuaCM ) CHE NATIONAL, TRIBUNE. H? M I. ! ljfllI..IWllWHMW.WI)MlM .-!.. I.. -, I ' I WHI. . !! ! Ionian, tho Maiden ,Ohiof. A OhincHC IhUlad of the Hani; Dynasty A, D.GOS-Md.) From Dr. Martlri "Tho Chinese." An ofllcor being disabled, his daughter puts oiThla armor, and po disguised loads hit? troops to tho omtltot. The original IB anonymous, and of uncertain Unto. " Say, muldon at your sptnnliigtwhacl, Why hen vo that doop-d raw u sigh? I't four, perchance, or love you foul T Pray tolloh, toll mo why I' "If or tear not love has moved my joml Away suoh idle thought I A warrior's glory IB tho goal Hy my ambition sought. "My fut.hor's ohorlshod life to aure, My country to redeem, The dangers or tho Held I'll bravo : I nu nt what I seem, ' No son has ho his troop to lotul, Ko brother dour havo I ; S I must mount my futnor'a 8todf And to thobattlo hlo" At dawn of day she quits her door, At evening rests her head "Whoro loud tho mountain torrenta roar Aud mail-clad so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1881

:s2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. M,AMs &fi j?i i FOUR EXCELLENT PREMIUM PATENTS, CAVEATS, COPYRIGHTS, LABELS, REISSUES, &C. L MllS ! This Claim Blouse Established in 'ISO SI STANDARD AltTlCLES NEEDED BY ALT. ( Geojige E. Lehost continues to &&aiii-! ..ta, N ' Mt ,mi . : use : .. 4ff. U i :! """,: . r I .' W I Fair?n S f r.fl H OUR PREMIUM CLOCK. With regard to our Premium Clock, the fact of our selling moio than 1,000 of thorn to subscribers from Maine to California, all of -which give satisfaction speaks volumes. Recommendations such as tho following are aonstantly boing received : SUKNT TjN'E, BtJTUSRCO., Ky., J J 3, 1881. Editor 0mtyationnl Tribune : Tho ltttlo TmnuNKOluok Is ticking. Making, all dar and nlcht. Sl5, It la the most excellent timepiece 1 erer owned. jfW- Yours truly, O. 0. COiiRON, V. M. We give this clock to any ono sending us fifteen sub- unbent, with $7.60. The exit about exactly represents it. MP"1 3 2 3 hie Improvements and act as Solicitor of Patents...

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

t r ll WJtflllSfe. ij4 i-R . -tW.c--,- -- -." t.rj; v : wesRSKf;! ITrT, 3T. ;j( t -. .- .k&qMfeMb)ittfa IV, $tfj -f f Jk ? v. SMtM" $ourwtl devoted hike gojdurs, jailors, mid getmonem of the nited gfotc, nnd the instruction of the w7 jginki ruuusneu y tiio xr T3.Tcr c -err a o-ottvT-i mrr n ata-t xnn- r j- v uju.t', xwi j. yv jaLoaa.xxxvDra.vj.N, u. u. ivitlt, iOOl. IATI0NAL TRIBuTTE COMPAHT, n i . Entered according to act of Congrctt, in the year of cur Lord, l$7S, (n the Oflce of the Ziflrarlan of Cwgrtit, at T"'i - - Kaihlngton, D. O. TERMS, FIFTY CENTS PBB YBAE, Specimen Ooploa sent Free on Ilequoat. ti The Old Farmer's Elegy. ' 2,n ft green, gnissy knoll, ly tho Dante of tho hroolf, , AJi&M0 loM aiul R0 oftu has watered Mb flock, J3licoi(l farmer rt'stK, in his long and last aloep, While the waters n low, mgtliig lullaby Keep. Ifd hasplowctrhis Inftt furrow, hna reaped his last grain ; No morn shall awnko him to labor again. Yon tree, that with fragrance is -tilling th6...

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

" I im THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE. 84 Mi" II' ! I1 is U mi :ii Hi" i Ml rii m' 11 nii Solders' JCettettf. East New Youk, L. L, N. Y., Miy 8, 1831. Editor National Tribune : Demi Sir: I notice several siguors in your valuablo papor asking for information in relation to the bill intro duced by Gonoral Koifor of Ohio in tho last Congress. The following bill Was introduced in tho House of Rep resentatives, February 10, 1830, road twice, referred to the Oomraitteo on Invalid Ponsions, and asked to bo printed : Granting pension to certain Unlon soldier and bailors of tho late war of tho rebellion who woro confine I In ao-callod Confed erate prisons. Wklrxas, During the late rebellion many soldiers and sailor of tho Fodoral armv and navy, through tho fortunes of war, bo oame prisoners, and woro confined In o-ealled Confodorato pris ons, to tho detriment an. I pormanent Injury of their health, but whoso debility is of such n gonoral and-dodefitmblo character as to axoludo them from tho bonoflts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1881

&,jtfoViMWH.WMJH:&i kiMt$9JIW&Mti8iM ""'''"'' -THiB NATIONAL TRIBUTE. m r Ell IB -4 w I IT? ' IF1 IE; t M mi$mhmiBr otaim J. E. JB Hoonhhoko', Md.-What do you claim ? liefer to this column when you reply. AG; IrM No,lTH CnArTBijuno, Vt. Yes, sir, you have boon cor- The First Bull Twm Battle. Woare obliged to nmwer cerTnTh Inquiries oTTFio Sufn6"mituro I rectly Informed. John A. JJontfoy was appointed by Grant, " Ex-Fosi master, General King is wilting some lively Jin oaoliiww Of our paper. While wo cheerfully furnish infor-1 "P.." STAMronn, VnnMONT.Thc widow of a soldier forfeits sketches for the Tirrlc and Mcs8C?wcr, New Yoik' e xnatloai to subeerlhe,.. in thi column wo suggest tl.nl much SHtteSESftK , make the following extracts therefrom labor, Uiuo and eMieiiBcinny bo huv Th V(iTLm nothing whirl, ft .iu,!,, ,. onr correspondents, if the lntter mill other subscribers would V"tH the children respectively attain the age of sixteen yeara. .. r I. Pt;uaP8 "OUiing winch SO...

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

' THE1 NATIONAL TRIBUNE. kjit-j1 '" 7 r J s. k- &... Tho Patriot Sailoiv Horses" Lostfiiiltiie Service. S8 i KtS mn r t. mm ' ,? i t MIWTI r8V if l? IMffimj&itt) WSIP' w T S? Ti!$Z " ' WM (Entered ftt thn FostOfllco at Washington as 2a-elassinattor Washington, 5. 0., May, 1831. The law granting, pay . for horses Yost - in.Uiq United States service, from onuses incident to tho wa11 expired by limitation, December 8l, ISW. ! Quito a number of bills havo boon introduced' since On tho 25th of April Inst there was unveiled ini ; this city a monument- to tho memory of Daniel G-lascow Farragut, An imposing naval and mili tary procession took place, and orations wore do livored by President Garlield, Hon. Daniel W. j to extend tho lime within which such claims, may " :"r: ! Tom-lines, and TTnn. TTnrann TVrn.vnn.rd. Tim man ! be filed and audited, and whilo there has boon no JlJl'icS wlioio name was thus honored was, in all respects, j particular opposition to so just a measure, yot ...

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

ntiB). - TftE National tr!une; 37 MIJMiiMMlM ""Hfrt Vf tin mah nmtttt n. mtctiw uiAjji jtj li i i in hi. li Extraordinary Xinpiigimtioh. 'M;sOl9'Wdvrd,.n)e5T5to be jinfcttibg up its trusts, ana starting' for the Now, Never before in tho- Mstbry of our Gtvarnmdttt hiis there boon such an,- enormous influx of foreigners upon our shores; The Trioliince Scare. Our Secretary of State, Mr. Blaine, is entitled to the grateful thanks of the ptirk-gi'owors of the coun try for his active and timely action in refuting the false impression which recently has taken hold upon fi!iiTni-inn rtnmmiinifina in inmnrr1 fn f.lin rllQnnonrl TOAttl-.nfrnw nrniOr nnri itrAftL nffKlt itnl rloiltr nKhitrn i "U1Wr"U wmmuum.wo n 'vOmu u" u"" "V,"-U" . .; !- f 'v fW.,i. .frt.mo condition of the American hog, said to be afllictcd O.W Ull IJUlll VI U.1 i JJM.l. WlUUCUUMtl Vl UV""l") . . .. , i-. 3$o&wcginns, Irish, English, Italians, &c, to make Ctieir. homes in the Groat Republic. The most of tfiom. are ...

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

m THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. iit- 'Ha? ivllP fl if f-i Pfe. .2 i" ' s tt Kl '! The Ragged Soldier. "" Just at the oloso of the war there was seen comingdown the dusty street of ft wostern town a rasreed and Tbrlorn looking soldier. He looked around with curious eyes ; so no place for babies ovor yonder!'' pointing in the dire0 HfAlllof iho voik dn e 1 tie if. dLe lj run, nml overy tion of Morgan's Heights. Young Hcndershott was con- thing is neat and in tho best of order, The grounds are sidorably angered by this remark, and as he afterward ex- as clean as it is possible to mako thorn. Thoro is a gang plained, said ho mado up his mind "just to go, anyhow." ' of men working on them all tho time, cleaning them up. As tho Inst boat shoved off he snramr into tho water, i Thcso men arc those tlutt havo beon finnd tor snmn nfrwi' at least thought Mr. Towno, who was walking leisurely seized hold of the gunwale, and in this mannnor was for- or mon that have been readmitted on condition that they...

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

"1. 'llTLlli?-7itT ill Vi.fr :iVsSG1454.&SlJ;siii - '-""W ( THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE-. . - s. ? ' h ? i w-- JR nr H R? lb K Ifc lb I babies' an& l)U5ten's page, ' --- - Tho Bloom and the Tassel. I hoar tho hob-whito whlgtlo lu tho dowry breath of mora ; Tho bloom was on tho aldor and tho tassel on tho corn, I stood with boatlnjr heart besldo the bubbling Macochoo, To aoo ray lovo oonio down tho glon to keep Uor tryst with mo. I saw hor pace, with quiet graoo, tho shaded path along, And pause to pluok a llowor, or hear the thrush's song, Donloiflby hor proud father as a suitor to bo seou, She oamo to mo, with loving trust, my gracious llttlo quoon. Abovo my station, heaven knows, that gentle maldon shone, JE or she was bollo and wldo beloved, and I a bulb unknown. Tho rloh and great about her thronged, and sought on bonded knoo, For lovo this gracious palnooss gave, with all her heart, to me. w& a 9tartlocl niwn beforo my longing eyes she stood With all tho freshness of a gir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1881

lS THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 1 f r i Vv". 3ffil a sJM? y L2i.''Sfi,;'.. " H&:,'..V u w-a s&'mm-' ifeW swasHBWrfaw-.ist.v.i t , m r4ffiS-2; i.V.V'..' ' f ?5 luSS.-WESS'! 'i$mt- R,,'ir ra r EfeA: M i ' ' nt & W -) . fa"' v iMfMf-?A..,."' i UR EXCELLENT PREMIUM STANDARD ABTICLES NEEDED BY ALL. 1 C-HI m fiffl q PARENTS, CAVEATS, COPYRIGHTS, LABELS, REISSUES, &C, ii f i '..: f .'ji' l ;,-,i OUR PREMIUM CLOCK. With regard to our Premium Clock, tho fact of our selling moro than 1,000 of them to subscribers from Maine to California, all of which give satisfaction, speaks volumes. Recommendations such as the following are constantly boing received : Sttkky Ij.vxk, BoTL-EnCo., Ky., J y 3, 1SS1. Editor of the National Tribune: ' 'The'llttlo Tm is unb clock is ticking, tioklngi nil day and night. It is the nioat excollent timepiece 1 ever owned. - . , Yours truly,. Q. C. COHK02J , P. AT. Wegive this clock to any one sending us fifteen sub tcrfbers. ioitft $7.50. The cut above exactl...

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

u- ,tit & m m w& ib. feU Ift p IS . p, i 1- IB ' IB- It II- m m m' R m - SPA WW''.''!WVV .. ,.v 1 t K ' "K - ,-V,' j$$lonthli! jfourmt devoted tothe gofflfcrx, tKtilott, mid pensioner h of the finite A J$t$, mi A the instruction of the mHilju fUjircfc V ', ,. ' ' Published by Tho IATI03S1L TKIBTJ1TE COMPANY 1 YowV, No. 6. "WASHItfGTQ, D. 0., JUNE, 1881. , j Atutrea according iv n& ty ?nrrmf m tne jcar q ourxora, lozs, n iic tc(V fW-Hiranan-o (0ff7nWiiE rrannffont x. t. , - -- ...... . ..i ; . i -'.-.... - - - ' '! " " '"" ' " ! I IH . fc. f Ml! II III! nm-mi I team's, FiFTy cents mia "srsks. Specimen OopioB sent Froe on Beqsesti (Written for the National Ti'ibune.) DECOEATION ODE. Inscribed to the Grand Army of the Bepublic, and the Memory of our Fallen Heroes. EtaJdny .vo recall, with most tender devotion,. -AsAVitu end eyes wo gnzo on each grass-covered grave, - Tlie bravo deeds of those who, in Lovo's strong devotion, Their lives for their country ns horocs they gave....

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

ii r a r-a. ""TT.'J W i ' f 1 42 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. n A., ! s H 1 . J hf j! if ?, - XV4, ., W If i '? ft I '.V 5 35ft at' ft" &-".- p ail tl&w Eif EBKr'. i. 3( 1 if f. ft ?:i jf , . s 111 1v '' v j . j i n.t . ! O ' :' ' . i.' -1 I 1 li J: si i ifc .: 'I . ttlS 134 !& rtlf S3 J iff s It 7$ jNi v Hi 4'! K i 1 15 if, I Ff' ft '' t ! " if ti !f,,f' I I1 i - Mi Is ' -o . P .It Jl ' 'aw.i i !,. ft 4 if"; ft ' i r ; i If i ' 1 liot, only tl6 intensified call of duty. Ho put behind him all tho associations of homo, abut out from bis viovv "the loving wifo in the shadow of her first sorrow, and the old roothor bowed with lior last; griof : " hears only the aUrumbclt that sounded tho signal of his country's dauger, and " marched down to tho fields of carnage to do and to die for tho eternal right.' Where shall wo look for a more ouuobling example? AVho'ro shall humanity present its grander typo ? Greek genius, Roman courage, Oarthagonian endeavor, Chris tian martyrdom can show...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 June 1881

' C jrf C .jtfV- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 43?;'. . K 11 V. Rj; IK- I. Iff m k 1 a I ii i ir. II E IS t: ll i- i W i I Solbiets' jcttf. NoitwAbK, 0., Juno 4tli, 1881. Mitor National Tribune. : Digaii Sir : I have read in the May number of Tub TjniiUNE the review, criticisms and amendments made by the G. H. L., to the bill which was introduced in the House of Representatives February 10th, 1880, asking that pensions be granted to certain Union soldiers and Bailors of the Into war of the rebellion, who were confined in so-called Confederate prisons. The bill rofored to reads "Whkhkas, During tin lute rebellion many soldiers mnl pallors ol the. Federal army and navy, through tho fortunes of war, be came prisoners ol war confined In eo-ca lied Confederate prisons, to the detriment and permanent Injury of their health but whoco debility is of such a general and indollnablo eharaeler as toexoludo them from the benefits of existing pension laws; in or of ore, lie ithiactcd Ini the Senate and H...

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

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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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