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

it's': ?v h $ p. '-ui t r VfKM'f .riVOfnWfW" J mmtteM$32z:i : v'iVifi ft 'l, I 3 4$onihhj gonmitl devoted to the interextn of the goldicrB Ait! gafor;; of the hie war, mtd nil enmonern of the ijmted gtnte?. GEORGE E. LEMON & CO., w T KJ p Editors and Proprietors. 1 0L XJ 1N0 " WASHDsTOTOJtf$D. 0., MARCH, 1878. TERM S, PIETY CENTS PER YE at. ; , . ..,,,, i v bri uupius, o uenis m currency or 1'ostago Stamps. intend according to A ct oCongru,, in the gear of our Lord, iS7t, by &torge B. Umon A. Co., in the Office o'the Librarian qCongreu, at Wa,Mngton, D. 0. ' Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. On the 9th of Miliary, 1863, one hundred and nine men raafe their escape from this This basfciie was situated at the southeast prison through a tufnel extending some sitfty corner of Carey and Eighteenth streets. It con- i feet across the street on which the prison was sisteel of a building, or block, of three stories, situated"; Fifty fivefpf them, including Colonel with ah attic. The f...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1878

42 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. . . ! St who had purloined tlfom fxfmi tho quartermaster orthoir regiment; and flfwir wo6d;vft8 brought into, Uiq prison by tho commissarytndowiforof those tools often ihtulo nn extra fuel ration by, loaning thorn to Ihbso who. had no othor moans of cutting it. The quantity of this 'wood was oxtromoly small, so small, indeed, that I hqsitato to make an ostimattfc of it, lest 1. .should bo disbelieved; but it is safe to n$offlitluifcno inOro than One-fourth of atjord was over given uo a detachment for oneday;,thi& divided equal- "... . 3Ml ...Vl . 1 . ...A.il.. ' ... 1JJ ..- i. ljj' uuui imuu ourg, ana tncir oiocmugrapuuy ucuumu muij anAwQim: jui-few weoks thoy iniiiglticl undistinguishably Jivilli thoir follows; Thov soon bocan to doeline Aiiider Alio 1 ly nmongwc) hiindred and seventy men, would' give to otioh alilOmorothan ono-iiinth of a fooK or, To reduce it still furtlibr, it was cjual i!5 a green pincjboard one inch in ihJckfto; twelve inches long ...

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

-saaKSsfijSsaii irti't'mmtimwjtxM&ixsismtt THE vHNATIOSf AE ! TRteE. Mt 43 1 1, T.2S3S3(t- hh '. &, ate- bk?; j &' 5? 8P IV Hfc inr iKv. fe ' M: :t & PT -. iv,- If 1' p: 1(8. m ft hole which lus hands have scooped but; in the sand. Tho tattered ruga, that partially cover him cannob conceal tho bones that gleam through the skin ; his oyes move tearfully in his head, his hands clench tightly together, lus limbs aro drawn up in horriblo contortions by tho cramp. The only motion of which is body is capable is a .,, v,....& uu.u oiviu tv oiuu uiiuu jusuucic usapivoc, ana the vermin crawl in vast armies over his wretched norson: lie takes no notice of passing objects unless particularly addressed, for the world is rapidly going out to him. Placing our ear to his lips, wo gathor from his faint whis pers that but a short timo bofore ho had loft some New England college, flushed with hope and courage, to battle for liberty and right. A. fond mother pressed her lips to his...

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

TCk v. v 1?! i . 'Ii Abolition of Pension Agencies. B 4Q,000, the sum pf $80,(5,00, which is an .unnoc-; dssary tax upon those poor recipients of 0v eminent am. In 'tho.pGnsion appropnatioirbill (H.K'S9?ifl is a clause which sweeps dff all pension agon-j Again, this change cannot be made to wOrk cios, and directs all payments after July 1 ,'io i without great hardship Even, on the figures be made to pensioners from the Treasury Do-1 of work given in the report Above cited, the, partment, Washington. : payment of pensions will bo a work going on This change is made in accordance, we pre-j steadily all the year in the Treasury at Wash- TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. sumo, with a recommendation made- by Score-i ington. They will be paid, some on the first dav ; tary Spljiirz, in hte letter Of January 0; 187$, I of the quarter, others on the last, and some not Biirr GEORGE E. LEMOtf & 00,, JMitor anil J'voprfotors, '''." Washington, D. C, Mnoir, 1878. wniin'1 rt POSTAGE P...

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

ialt'lTWiaMM V l Brt L IP' T.HEUNAraONLH CTRIBUE4T nnt 911 jTujy lg 18g&an&founhiia sifting is common, too ; f6ivyoii will- find few Bureaus' ivlix giwvi uuuuiby, KiUU m n 1 & &i. . v sc"Kiwwt!f-"o io v,w"uawj uwu iurfvuu wur una lew ' JLureaiu froWrefit utility, itfdifced briain1i.tii. ! h f .f.i,....,,. .I .,.:, . : i.s.u . on, from his imprisonment at Andersonville ; . of the Bureau cloos not conscientiously believe that, he could not work in 16,5 no in lSGGy , that the Government turnsoir him as its con- Ihesamo' claotf os6im6itf is continued' by trolling axle, and that his disapnerance from life, Tli Ql -m-1 nA ,.. TAT! 1 . j. T ....... i oi. uuuiwwugu, ui w ummgeon, ana an exam- natural or official, would unhinge the' whole it6t mtimsfr the SubSfciMitidh bf'eariMfncl' lirejaitf6intheplftbo'61,j.ti6ticd? -:; "M "'"' It is the old principle Of jirbTtntry discrimina tion; It is the old formula of the tyrant, "Bbl pro ration voluntas. " . ' If Mr. Commissioner Bent...

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

4 TH. tNJAJlSIONAB4 ViFRIBtJtfE.T f ! advanoo of tho examination by tho Pension 01 fieo. Dogs Mr. Bontley suppose tha t men ,of busi ness are ready to throw away their time, their correspondence, the postage which they have to pay, for tho sake of getting up fraudulent cases, and that a whole class of men are ready and willing to subprn perjury, with all the chances of defeat and disgrace ? It is to tho interest of the claim agent that he takes no claim Which is not on its face just and right, and thus practically you have' the judgment, in advance, of an expert whose opin ion is worth fully as much as that of a clerk in the Pension Office. And this course is just to iho claimant. They are generally persons of small means, if not in actual poverty. To re quite. thorn to pay in advance, ois at all events; for services to be rendered, would be a denial-of justice. ,. If fctye cqurso recommended by the Gommis sioner should be the law, tlicn, indeed, you might expect the pension claiman...

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

&imm&tt3!fS"2SZ3&tS&mxJwaammmmmmBmmmmm sj, iuiniimiui njuuiimiuuJl (IMm IIATJ0JNAlLTnRIBB(NE. -4V HEH5Ki'Wil!.M,CiViriwii'-,SSa5ir.Jvif & J .Ijllfi llAyng DlllsUiacibemiklllkoClUGeCh 11H furnishing trusses to disabled soldiers" approved May ' " H " ' :' Congress since our last issue. These' are 6v laws, but simply bills introduced auct referred' to the proper corrTmitteos for their consideration and action : . : ,, , , II. R. 8974. , ',, . '.' A Bjifli inakitfg'UppidprJalions fSr.lhb payment of invalid and other pensions of tho United States fOr tho year onding June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sovonty- , liino, .a mlo&other purposes. ; 4 . I Be tt tpnactedby 'the Seimtmhd llfpusoioj Representatives brlhlfimlitSfyts oflAmrichii fimigress assembled, U'lmtf tb'eJfoUo wiiif suuisibcf nnd tho same are hereby, ap propriated, out ol any money in the Treasury not other wiso appropriated, for the payment of ponsidhs , 1 T j t i i t t j 1 'V nsuai year urcimjr ouno...

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

ii it ajfB NATIf,NlMLl'TRlHN3E. . r ? V IS r I H $k U'J tti I rlf ii if a tfi'rntiton of MHimcdtimm olionu of B, V. l?ritlHtrt1, ftsq., of tnctianapolis. tndinnn, who havo not wriiitan to mo since DetHffifbw, 1S-7B, i ngafn o1lor1 to the fol Ittwihg: iN'IftANArOMB, INDIANA, 2VTei-Jl&r IS, 1S78. trSQntm lfc LUmon, Ifcq.. Wasirlngloh. D. 0. fKHilf? Crton 6f tny ollonts llfiil 1 liuvo Hans- IffifttTt !b my doslro tli.oy jliolrt correspond wltli you hereafter, and forward mi oh evidono as you may hood to oomploto tholr claims. (Signed) n. p. PRITOUARD. V -M MM t J KKttT KATUN TO PPNSTHN NVUT mnTJAT3n.l?Q , honoraria- nnrrn T.. ..m .r;..A.T,,,,'ry.. ' . 1,tJ " UyAAAXAlVTAJW I Kill I IS ' 'laiuiiurn no iiiivu noun unuisiiv AtUljljU dropnocl from the Pension Roll, or Whose nfiinos Iinvn hinn stvlAirrtn iinrw i reason of failure to draw their Ponalon for a pc riod of three years, or by reason of ro-onllstmont, are advised to communlonto with this House at Once, with n vlow to having the...

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

I. J . i . Bf) I& -) & Is'- m W: wfr - - li, W . ', WW, U- ... ' ' i k ' v' A, l C3VY v tL J a. .jffi. Shs-iBab w-7 '., .v"nt jfj s a x7 a. y vv",m:w b&nt- it J?, lonihhj gournul devoted to the. UthnalH of the goldiws ttntl pilars of the htfe war, mid all muiontra of the micd fate$. GKHigilGUS 13. IiHMON & O0 EitUors and Proprietors. Yaii. I, 2To. -7v WASltraGTON, D. JAXttL 187S. ac JtHtiftd otttirtdtog to Act (Imgrut, fit the year of our Lord, 1818, by George K. frmorf ( TBIfiM S. PUTTY CENTS PBB YBifiBV ( Single Copies, 5 OehfcSfn Ourrenoy 6i FofcfajgB Sftlinps? Ai'dtffn tht Office the LUtrdrlak QfGongreitat'Wahin'ytort,J. 0. mv"t " T-- -. : ;-;Tl,"ir ei;vt:' Tlie Telephone. ('. Tllo world stood still for a UiouBund yours, Ami cropt for a thousand mora ThiB wonderful World with whig! fdi onrs, IJlko tho Moafiengor-uOd ofyofo- And wiiigod foot and vrlngod waritij And a wing on its cither hand, And more than Mercury woro. It bi'idlos and ridos a furnnocs's foal, With...

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

"ii. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 50 --y tj. ' 'iff!.1."' rat' m IV I :l I. i;i II , H i.t. $ B ' . - i . i...-. - .1 .. - - Lfc -Jj .j m-Jafcifc-jmMM. ill ill ill j m MP.m. '. i IM - -T- - w , 9 mL.. ' ou?rtn fimfc in flnririitWihd"fchh.&nli&mral race, which is '-Now; Ethel, after Hio'lfi "!w - """:().! 'tv: I "' v ,kV,,Ssrr.m Si-iii i:ATO"C n thn i n-rnM ilint. is (t, (OWIV -.. fflOMlKO'WLr. AUiuinur-" imwu , wim nvr. tiinitV T demanded, iir a clear . but forced Vl Well, thon, 1 do like him a little. . . . ',.' .". - . s!fi a ...i1;;,., JnnH hnvn Fai(AIV TTnvwnnil vniP.fi. ' k ' a : ' i'l. ! . ing1mc ifawughb confess you ! iimoT' ' iiir . .ry & i!S Map Old; Besidontor. S, V IK , , -T a STonrroFtvA.x ora at; 4 : ' - SHv jtaiw&Mpff ,,r 3ry '..;u ' . Mv..l 1 JttntfTiinnli 9f D1 "-,- AVUUyjfWii vw "" jV" y:.V" V. ..W(. .T. rtAvrtilti'- 11 !,;, ., ,i.,,.tB.i KJRH dlw n An '. .- . i .-.? & .i-Cii ... 4 .. 4 k t V ' 4 . II.. I I W...tk.l ttMi Itt.tMIM,! ." I J. Utir Ulf llll...

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

vt-Kraqgmi: ' - 'vi5tw -r- :?'..' '.',"r. ..":.' i.t-flP-iWif V ' T TUP 'IftfU-v . W ,1 THE T$$TIUM. TRIBftE. et K Vi?j . I-,: The Young Man and His Society. Pension Arrears. A young man just launching into business sliould make ! Tho measure known as tho arrears pension bill seoms to dfcii point nob to mix with those whom ho would ho ashametl challenge an unusual measure ol ihisrenrosentation tliroium- of in years to come. Thoro arc many who started in life j out tho country. This would not bo so if great merit did with good prospects, arid intoiidcd' to net in good faith and ! not attach to it. It seems to bo very strong in tho House, lead honest and upright lives and would Undoubtedly for the reason that the (fitestion of paying arrears of pon- havo done so had thov associated with men of unsullied sions is rotrenched in stem justice, lb has not been character, whose names wore above reproach ; but no, tho characterized as unjust on tho iloor of oithor House of pleasures and friv...

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

TH&i NfATXNAfe flBMNE. .ii&S m m 5 Wit J,5 I&Ji ,' K.r w 'j KH Ste Sfcr-fesS?. . . NHH Mir 1iA k . V MWwfe &S&Bh &, jCAjfclfr jSKkSS G-EORGE E. LEMON & GO., JRktitors antt Proprietors, "Washington, D. 0., April, 181B. ..;ji'..i !.. . ..i i. . . .-. . .','", '." "'""' yjiillifes JIWHSiSSSVt lT jvJXa -"V "v5ixt .. v:viv CvvWV W jjhijk -i -Im ri'T" "rT -" " " TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE itt XdVaTWE. wvm. ta i.' t ia w viV. vv?i a 1 II u r ff I ' and "disgycdijhincf M disabled, soldiers -Whether their entrance is to bo heralded by trumpet and . Arum, or only by the clinking of galHpota- with what extraordinary uniform they are to shock the moral sensibilities, as yet doth not appear. It is said (bat this grave question of uniform has been much debated among the movers of the I scheme in this city, but so far they have only agreed upon the facing and trimmings, which are to bo rhubarb upon blue mass, and much benefit is expected in bilious districts by the e...

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

H I. K TIijB 4toA?TI0NALr , REBUK. v W if. id .ilfflK ," - k i He admits ,that horhae loaball , the -judicial faculty ho eVer possessed. m finds himsoll disqualified for rendering a fair opinion upon .testimony, an) lie owns, it ,up. He rather prides bihiself upon lrW incapacity to believe ovldeuce. He thinks it a feather in his oflieial cap that he .believes all men, women, and attorneys, to be perjurors or suborners of perjury. He contrasts his own massive and alpine in tegrity, with the common herd of pdbr sbuls Outside of his sanctum. He is the guardian, in his fancy, of a treasury about to be raided by all sorts of rascally combinations of fraud. He has ears, but they hear not ; e3Tes hath he, but they see not. As the disciples of Brahma arrive at the highest state of purity by unflinching con templation of the point of their noses, or by continued meditation on their abdominal re gions, sc he wraps himself in admiration of himself, excludes all outer and common things, evolves...

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

X 6 , ' t i I r .v. sa f ?8S INfTIOWAL f &IBUNE? ! 't E a! V4 rm ?m la :) 11 The Truth of History." ' re-enlistment of the three months' men for $hreo years, as very wisely suggostod by General mttorsoiv wnat, was A recent editorial article in tlio Harrisburg Tolfigraph, clono with tho men who had volunteered and reached the immediate organ of tho Camorons, father and son, re- llarrisbnrg in obodionco to Governor OurthVh proolama- iioatcd the often corrected claim of some of tho less tlis- tion, is thus stated in his next messago to tho Legislature: erect of General Cameron's friends, that ho was one or the few men who appreciated tho magnitude of tho rebellion o- 4-Un Knnlnninrr rf fl,n wtv fill1 Wfilrf1 fivA lltllirlrnfl thousand troops summoned into tho service at once. We ' lffth Mny, bben accepted by mo in pursuance of a call nssiinin !m . HAmmi Cameron nmsoli is nou nariy to u" uu iwiwniuo ibwiiuui iw uu.v-uv- vB..w, ..-.. ... -.. . - - f ., j. . - .-, . . .1 . 1.1 . 1 .1 ...

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

I ! . OJHBi RATIONAL TRIBUNE. oo ! K: IKS- JK '' ft r t J B m The Daphne andLEallof BeGchGrism.. It is,.a significant fact pf,Uhoaaltorod; soutimcnt of this community tflafc libfc a daily paper in this oity supports Boeoher to-day, and some of the strictures and comments on him and his course have been terrible. His influonco hero is completely undermined. William Cullen Bryant said a little while" ago ho had noticed that lJooeher wasn't; invited to speak on great occasions nny more. Had the Beochor of 18(JS taken the same stand as the Beechor of 1878 has takon on tho endless punishmont question ho would have split tho evangelical church; but tho latlor Beechor's opinions have had no more effect on public sen timent than tho ilring of blank cartridges into tho air. There is something terrible in the Nemesis which invisi bly and impalpably follows1 that man in spilo of his out ward success and the protestations of his admirers. I think a good many people here were struck with the con...

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

u1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNfe. f HWWWf i r linn iri Ki MMmmmiMIJI i Mil ftil. ft ,'3 ': hi bt I'aH ,V4 Tire ftbi&iffion tsf tlia fonn'oif Jcliont of B. P. Pritoflmrd, 12sq.& of! Indianapolis, Indiana, who have hot writi&n to mo since Dceohibov, 1ST0, Is again called to the fol lowing : IXTHANArOMS, lNMUANA, JT0l6 W, 1878. George 15. Tjumon, Esq., Washington, T). O. Dear Sin: You arc hereby authorized to nnt.HV fliirtli of mv clients Hint I have trans. Torrcd to you all thWclnims,evldoncos,&.o.,ah(l 1 linaw 11 is my uesiro may suoum qovrqaponu with yon horeafar,aiid forward such evidence nSTDU Wiiy nuuu hi uumnu-wj ouun uiuuna, 5Tg3rtA) . F. PRrrOHARD. T Iris proposed transfer was submitted to the Hon. Z, Chandler, Secretary ot the In- torior, for Ins consideration and action. ,?u .iti a M.in Tho following oxtroct from' his lotter, writ ten to the Hon. J. A. Bontloy, Commis sionor of Pensions, explains itself, and to itryour attention is invited : Dur-AimfENT OF THE INTERI...

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

"Trwjw1?- 'i frff." .-' I ft . j't -'it i' R'l i bhh 111 ri ll? II R i i J? cSfotithlii oumul devoted to the inteveniu of the. oldierx mil uihrsi of the hite wnr, und nil .enmonerfi of the ifnited tnteg. r CKHOBCH3 B. LEMON & GO Editors und Proprietors. Vol. I, No. 8. WASHINGTON, .D. 0., MAY, 1878. & ICntereiitttcordtnff to Alio Con gres$, in the year of our Lord, f$78, hj GibriSK Lemon A Co., h the Office of the Librarian odongreu, at Wathtngton, X. 7. ilifcW t .-tM,. -M, -.w , -WmHft. T13BM S, PIFTY GENTS PEB YEAE; Single Copies, 5 Cents in Currency or Postage Stamps; Living Constantinople l'n norn ma of the Stiuulmul Bridge. I tho Arehipolago, covered filim head to foot with ombroi don', tnssels rind shining; bultons. From time to time the crowd slackens a liitlo; but in- Prom "Constantinople," by Ertmowlo do Amlols, and pyramidal headdresses of Europeans, male and fe- no longer a grand carnival procession that is passing: it is humanity itself filing by with all its mise...

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

fc 58 THE NATIONAiLTRIBUNE. v ii :' jj- -Jr Tr3fr' U V I I J t m i s.t i $ F Olhat Pair of Boots. Tho Wardols were to give n CluMmtfj pai-t, nucl my father uaomrcu l should attend tc, uotwitn groat aiulonly drawbacks bashiuluosa t i: tnudlug iily tw,o most distress Mfovttirowri on. the broad of her back, vhilo I fled, bare huaddd, into the stroot, wich a strip of nilknboiit two Mards p How Ijpt homo I novoftuould toll; but this-I know, X had to cue tho villanons boots oil' my foot Pioe&'-moal, and & . TMtl- w - Female Courage. ,..'& thought at all uocossary for women; :CsJirds which, in deed, it ifwcll if thovaro not brought Wufto milf.ivn.to fchn X -. .i . jV. 11 .!.. ..- -i . . il '!,. iW k '". , vw - " z . .. .. i I--, ..j. ii.l i ami i i i t s.t r i i4t i r -?4i t i ' mi i ii ii iiiiinnriii ri -mrnii 111 rw aiiitf ri mnirrtiinri 1 nn itiiri!Mtr " r niMinoirn irsv . -&4 . m .4. i., -. isv- . t.. lHg. lUlu,ipui I uiU. lUUJt- Ji nui tuiift uiiu.it hiui, r wmu miu . ...

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

WW THE. , NATIONAL: TRIBUNE. 59 '! v.- IfM: Ift m it. -: m. sV Ift. Mr. BosfcyschpH's Confession. , It was. vory lato Saturday night -when Mr. Bosbyschqll oamo homo. It was vory nearly Sunday morning. Ho ditl not come in tho rjuual way. JIo did nob opoii tho gate. Ho climbod over it, although, thoro was no apparent rea son why ho should get into tho yard in that way. And ho climbed on tho gate with an affectation of groat stealth and with a reality of great difficulty. Ho slammed himself up against tho gate with groat vio lonco and a terrific crash, and closed ono eye and looked around him at the midnight solitude and said " ah!" several times. Then he clambered to tjlio .top of the gnto and kicked against it with his foot as ho scrambled up and made such a racket that every dog on South Hill woke up and began calling all the other dogs' iv:aee, while Mr. Bosbyschell balancing himsolf on tho top of tho gate, rattled it so fu riously, in his unstoady violence, the dogs could scarcely...

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

60 Ti$S N'AtiONA'L TRlBtJtf0. Sir m m i H3 . I I ' : n "ttmSSSt pmrr. .LsW -rjjvi p GEORGE E. LEMON & GO., JCditors and 1roprfctov$. Washington, D. 0., May, 1878. Gen. A V. Rice and the PonsioiConimittoo. 1 "We have faithfully eschewed all political bias in conducting our paper but wo have not hesi- ' tatccl to give credit where credit is due for vol p nable public service. The present Committee on Pensions is oxcep- i tional in its thorough business capacity and 1 mi fch ful n ess to d n ty . j There have been before it 1.700 bills for eon- I'ostagk PREPAui. sideration. Of these, mtlre than 600 have been One copy One Year .... 50 Cents i studied, considered, and reported, with a full JPive Ctopios, " 2.00 Unci clear statement in each case of. the grounds Ton copies, (with extra copy to gottor-up of action. Of Club,) 4.00 1 In looking over the rouorts we find that there TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. This number, as a specimen copy, will bo sent to has been uniform li...

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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