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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

GARFIELD AND ROSECRANS. . 1 Extraordinary Letters Contalnliis Tery Dif ferent Tlews. Tfa Xew York Herald of Friday, 10 inst., :b!i,hes a letter 'written by General Garfield u January, 1SS0, which it will be seen differ widely in the views expressed from those nbodied in a letter to Governor Chase in 1S63, is to excite astonishment and regret. Tlie Herald says that it is informed " that the orig inal of this letter the one dated January, 16S0, in the handwriting of General Garfield, is now in the pusession of parties of the highest re spectability," but that, "not having seen the original," it is "not prepared to pronounce it genuine." Our readers can make their own comparison. House of Representatives, Washington, D. C, Jan. 10, 18S0. my Dear General Yours of the 20th De cember came just as. I was leaving for Ohio, or it would have been answered sooner. I have tried for some time to get hold of the article in the New York Sun, to which you refer, and have not yet been able to do so....

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

6 THE NATIONAL TBIBTJNE: WA&HIKGTOTZ, D. C., MLARCH 11, 1882. ECHO SONG. AUSTIN JIXDEBSOIC, J cull across thp rolling plain, "O innuiitninijrom your sleep awake, O ! unid rockn your slumber break, Ilei-r timl jrivp back my -words ngiln I " aiv! hark! Hip eeho doth rebound ;.i Ktveiits nnuie the soul of pound, lii-jilyin;? to my laughing voice, "Krjoice!" TImt- Inirorcth by n flock of sheep, lr vhoM2 clamorous bleating strelki Hit' tinkling of their hundred bells. Ni - uipnthy with me, the steep luhcs up the -wild pell-mell of sound. Makes j.trgon human in rebound, Compel uproar to flow along, Intong. "SYhcrc curves the lake's green crescent coast, The fishers flock with net and boat, "With Mng and shout nshore, afloat: Yt all the babble of their host IMclt- into music in rebound. Confusion into tuneful sound. One heart of overflowing cheer I hear. Behind we Is the murmurous sigh And rustling of the forest trees, "While loud or low as flows the breezo Comes song of birds afar and...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

the NATroyAii Turemo:; Washington', d. c, maech 11, 1882. 7;j u DO YE NEXTE THYNGE," From nn old English parsonaga Down by the sea, There came in the twilight A message for nie. Its quaint Saxon legend, Deeply engraven, Hath, as it seems to me, Teachings from heaven; And on through the hours, The quiet -words ring, Like n low inspiration, "Do ye ncxto thynge." Many a questioning, Many a fear, Many a doubt Hath it quieted here. Moment by moment, Let down from heaven, Time, opportunity, Guidanco, are given, rear not to-morrow, Child of the King; Trust them with;Jesus! "Do ye acxto thvntre" Interior. Rural Topics. CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Washington, D. O. Correspondence Is solicited to this column. Com Kmnlcations addressed to the Rural Department of The National Tbibune, 615 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. C, will be appreciated. The conductor of Rural Topics is very desirous that tlie publisher of The National Tbibune should be placed in possession of the address of either th...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

THE XATTTNTAT, TBIBUSTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAECH 11, 1882. XIxv J; For The Natiokai. Tbibetto. THE VETERANS. by w. n. n. Up the street, with measured trca4 Murch tlso Veterans; at their head Fife ami drum corps; while above Float the colors Veterans love. Twenty years and more have (led S'nct' our cars first heard thnt trend Hmv tho shrill notes of the fifo JNHirtcv! the drowsy land to life. Yc-t it seems but yesterday That our heroes inarched awny M irohed away with courage high, -welling hopfs and eager eye; riarhetl away to face tho foo Where the South winds softly blow, Vhr-re tho summer eomcth soon And 'tis always afternoon. Then, a" now, the ieople cheered j Fond heart., soon to be bereaved, Ueat with martial ardor high As that dear Blue lino swept by. Ah ! it seemed a holiday "When the Veterans marched away. Now, as then, a shout is heard ; Now, as then, the pulse is stirred, When there echoes up tho street Rythmic foot falls of their feet. Keeping time with measured tread; T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1882. NEW SERIES . V03D-1., N- 31. I I; A PERILOUS ENTERPRISE. ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY CON SECUTIVE HOURS IN THE SADDLE. THE CARTER RAID, An Expedition Into East Tcnnessco and the Destruction of tho Virginia Railroad. Br G. C. KXIFFIN. Among the patriots of 1SG1 there are none who have a stronger hold npon the venera tion of the American people than those of East Tennessee. The courage and constancy of their devotion to the Union, their suffer ings and exposure to death in every form that the malignity of their enemies could invent, their separation from their families during months of anxious waiting, when every messenger from their native land brought to their cars talcs of outrago and cruel persecution inflicted upon those who were left behind, "by a lawless horde of guer rillas who, in tho name of the confederacy, filled the land with rapine and mur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

yrc IE NATIONAL TRTnUTCE: WASTJTS'GTON, D. C MARCH 18, 1882. HORRORS OF TOLYGAMY. Some of the "Evils tlic Edmunds Bill will Stop in Utah. can easily le worse readily embrace-any proposition to pull up stakes and go some w here or embrace any riligion that will in sure a change of clim ite or pirsat condition of servitude. The doctrines of polygamy, tube-paying, vpca, r.ro not heard of by these people until they reach Utah, and then, see ing everybody eke "standing it.' they have no"lternativc hut to accept. Once in Utah h"y simply have 1o delve and dig for the rest of their lives in a state of the most de grading slavery ever known, and with no chance to en-ape except to lice the country in the night and take retuge in some neigh boring territory, where thu.-ewho locetihcm would shun their pre.-ence, on the ground that people who are look enough to embrace such a scheme are not worth protecting or assisting. Here is where a great mistake is made. There aro two classes of Mormons; th...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

TJ30E yTATrOTAIi TBJGSDm;'"W'ASHISrG-TOy, D. C, -MARCH IS, 1882. 3 , Our New Home, THE WALTER SCOTT PATENT WEB PRINTING AND FOLDING MACHINE. Improved Facilities forPnfolishing TIEE XATIOXAL TRIBimE. The Fastest, Largest, and Most Perfect Press in Washington. yM. Interesting1 Description of its Operations. It will interest the many thousand readers of Tin: National Tribune to know that this journal, which has battled so long and zealously in behalf of the soldier's rights, aud contributed, as we believe, in no small degree towards securing an adjustment of many hundreds of long-delayed claims against the Government, has not only been established on a firm foundation, but that its increased and rapidly increasing circulation necessitates improved facilities for its publi cation. It is clearly apparent, from the widely-extended constituency of The Trib une and the accessions that are daily being made to its list of subscribers that it fills a place in the ranks of journalism that has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE NATFON'ATj TBIBTTSTK! WASTTGTOX, D. .0..-SrAHOH 18j-1882. 4 Fhe Hatiokal Tribune (ESTAEUSHED 1877.) PU3LIGHED EVERY SATURDAY. " To cc rcn him whs has sorne the pattle, and roi ;a ltOA AJts cr.ri-'ANS." Acraham Lincoln. Trrm5 l SnLr.rribrrs. Payable In Advance: (rOITAGE PRCPAIS) O'-T. COPY. ONE YEAR - - - - $1-50 VC COPIES " - 6-25 i 0"iZ COPV THREE MONTHS - 50 O'JC COPY SIX MONTHS - 75 TEN COPIES, (with extr copr to gettcr-up of etc: --) 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER or cur paper 6Ent tree oh hi- cuc:t. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING ruRuisHFD upon application. -bttTO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YCUR ADDRESS PS.EA5E GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. C3-TAKE NOTICE In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter. a postal money ohder or a draft on new York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided if these directions are followed. s"no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions pai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE yTATIOJEAIi TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 18, 1S82. "Where the KoponHHlty IJpg. There are how ponding on tlic files of the j Pension Bureau, as we liave frequently shown, more than two hundred and sixty thousand unadjusted claims. Some of these have been there for years, and unless some thing is done and. nothing can be done unless Congress authorizes the employment of additional clerks and appropriates the money with which to pay them to expedite their settlement, several years must elapse before they can receive attention. At the risk of being charged with appealing to sen timent a crime which the matter-of-fact generation which has grown up since the war is not disposed to tolerate we venture io raise a question or two as to the effect which this delay must necessarily have upon the interests of the claimants. We all know what widespread suffering would rcsnlt if, from any cause, the payment of interest on the public debt should be suspended, or h rough the lack of a prope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE TZATIOIZAIj TBXBUSTE: WASBXSTGTOlsr, D. C, MABCH 18, 1882. 6 GARFIELD ROSECRANS Continued from First pace. ek thus for the reason that I conversed o fr quently with General Garfield in refcr- ,.) ' this and other questions that I be- ; I do his memory no injustice, but, on "utrary, award to him a proper meed of '--.vhrii I state that I believe ho was :! -.u to accept any sacrifice in the per- ,ti;ji) e of his duty to his country." OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. t:w yokk herald. TV.e literature of the Garfield-Eosecrans , -jiiMMle is growing into very respectablo oroportious. First of all there is the critical .otter to Mr. Chase, in which General Gar aeld, while cliief of staff, sharply condemned jvliat he considered the supineness of his friend and superior officer. Next we have the Eosecrans interview, in which the ex wmmander of the Army of the Cumberland txpresses his astonishment at the letter and regrets its4 publication. Then "follows the remarkable denial from General Garfield t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C. MABCH 18, 1882. l SWEET DAY. Ptnr, sweet Dny, for thou are fair, Fir. nnd full. And calm; Orntrncil, through nil thy golden honrs, "With Love bright, richest flowers, Strong in Faith' unshaken powers, Elesjed In Hope's pure balm. Flay, whfit ebnnce nnd change rnny wait, As you glide nwny ; Xnir i H glnd And lnrlght; Mtt we breathe in Mire delight; Xon laugh in fate's despite; May with uj, sweet Dny. Ah, she cannot, inny not stop; All things must dewy; Then with heart, ami head, nnd will, Take the joy that lingers Mill, Pnr.c the pauc :n wrong and ill, Tnze the puasing day. All the Year Sound Rural Topics. . CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Washikgton, D. C. Corrr5pontlcncc Is solicited to this column. Com munication addressed to tho Rural Department of TriE National Tribune. 615 Fifteenth Street, Washinfcton, D. C, will bo appreciated. The conductor of Rural Topics is very desirous that the pnblbherof TiieXatioxal Tbibi-xe should he placed in po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., MARCH 18, 1882. GRAM) ARMY MATTERS. THE COMING NATIONAL CONVENTION AT BALTIMORE. TI:s lurraiitilo Community and City Autlioriiics Tri-jiarcil to Welcome the Delep.it cs Dedi cation of a (iraml Army Hall in Bos ton Interesting- Ileunlons. 31i.scrllaneons blatters. Special Correspondence Natio.vat. Tuiboje. Bai.timori:, March 17. Tho Special Com mittee of i lie Grand Army of tho Republic for tho District of Maryland appointed to arrange far tho rcccttion of the delegates to tho Na tional Encampment which meets in Baltimore onthcSlst of Juucarc actively engaged in their preparations for tho entertainment of their guests. Past Grand Commander Boss is daily in receipt of letters of inquiry as to tho details of the programme to he observed, and judging from the interest manifested by members of tho Order throughout the country the attendance of visiting Posts will be the largest ever known in the history of tho organization. As Tnn Na tioxaIj Tkiij...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

"V V "- .Vl 'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1882. NEW SEBIES. VOL- I., N- 32. I) CHATTANOOGA CAMPAIGN. THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND CROSSES THE TENNESSEE. A Flank Movement upon the Bear of tie Enemy Compel! the Eradiation of Chattanooga. The Battle of Chickamauga and the Occupation of East Tennessee. By Maj.-Gen. W. S. Rosecrans. In conformity with a previous arrange ment, a representative of Tiie Tribune called at the house of General Rosecrans, where he found General Joseph J. Reynolds, one of the division commanders in the Army of the Cumberland, in conversation with his old commander. General Rosecrans at once began the story of the Chattanooga campaign, taking up the thread of history at the close of the Tullahoma campaign, as given in The Tribune of the 11th instant: The reserve corps, so called, consisted of all those troops which were to guard the depot at Nashville, the auxiliar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

THE "NATION All TEEBTJBTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 25, 1882. ESTHETIC DECORATION. When I a.skod of Angelina She, than whom there's none diviner " t Tan yon decorate old china la Hits true .-wthctic style? " Stralfrutwny did she make nio answer, " Yu an lic-t your hoots I can, air ; Uct the limit uf your ilol "' Y. nr. when to decorate it -t 'it. a dimirr plate it Nid t; iifliou!t to male it, r tii:t' just within niy Hue; 1 wU yu if you'd see it li the same I really mean It,) 1 declare it quite divine ! " ' m by what incantation ;--ifirm this decoration . s inurcts the nation si me Angelina, pray? ,n. me nut to wild conjectures, .i t Wilde's st:ll wilder lectures, . ut explain the bhnplo way 1 " V."oll, then," answered Angelina, r j:Viien I decorate old ehiiiH, -rerif Ul':c lllC i,,ato a,ul ,irie 'cr Wth roast beef that's choice and rare : " TT iicrt. in keeping with old Plato, To the plate I add potato, Which I j;rave-ly prepare 1 "Thon, to make the soft heart flutter, Unto each I a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TBXBUlSrE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAECH 2o, 1882. S LIFE ON AN IRON-CLAD. THE EXPERIENCES OF A VOLUNTEER NAVAL OFFICER. Dwelling Under the Sea LeTel The Battle of Fort UcAlIister Attack on Charleston Dnpont andLDahlgren Capture- of Fort Wag ner Thrco Iron-Clads Lost, Among the numerous vessels at San Fran cisco at the present time is the neat barken tine Fremont, owned in that city, and com manded by Captain Loring G. Emerson, who was recently presented with two costly vases by the Japanese- government for saving the lives of a large dumber of shipwrecked Jap anese sailors. His experience on the briny deep would form an interesting volume. Although yet in his prime, he has seen much of life, adventure and battle on the watery waste. A Chronicle reporter recently obtained an interview with him on the subject of iron-clad vessels of war, having learned that he served a long period on the noted monitor Passaic. In reply to numerous interroga tories he said : " I went on board t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

4 TI-tB NATiOMAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON. D. 0., MAECH 25, 1882. The Hatiohal ribuhe (ESTABLISHCD 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, ' TO CM FOR HIM WHO RS BOKNC THE BATTLE, AND TCn r wisow awd osphamb." Abraham Lincclm. .Coring to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (pc-Stase FtefAia) ONE COPV, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES $1.50 - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - 50 OSE COPY SIX MONTHS - 75 TEN COPIES, (with dctka cop to GerrtR-up of tetfB.) ' ' 12.50 A 'SPEClted.M 'NUMBER of oun paper sent frce on re- cucst. ' ' TERMS FOR ADVERTISING furkishfd uroN application. jss-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing your address please give former as well as present address, with county and state. -c3-take notice. i.n sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclqse the currency exceft in a registered letter, a postal money order or a draft on new York is the best torm of remittance, losses by mail will be most surely avoided if these directions are followed. j?-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON", D. C, MARCH 25, 1882. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING. The feature of the week's legislation in Con press was the passage by the House on Thurs day of the Chinese anti-immigration bill. It will he recollected that the bill had previously passed the Senate; consequently it now only requiies the .signatuic of the President before becoming a law. Its features have already been given in the news columns of The Na tional Tribune. Upon the receipt of the bill in the House strong opposition to it was manifested without regard to party lines, the arguments advanced against its passage being based principally upon the expressed belief that it conflicted with the pro visions of our ticaty with China. It was urged with' great force, and no less truth, however, ,t)at tin- influx of cheap Chi nese labor was operating most disastrously upon the interests of the workinumon, espe cially on the Pacific slope, and that if Chinese immigiatiou were permitted to continue, it w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

$ 6 THE KATIOAIi TKIBUE: WASHXGTCW, X. C, MAEOH 25, 18S2. BLUE AND GRAY. " O mother, -what do they mean by bluoT Ami what do they mean by crny? " "Viis heard from the lipn of b little child As the bounded in from play. TSi mother's eyes tilled up -with tears I he turned to her darling fair, 4- smoothed auny from the sunny brow Ii 1 1 leisures of jroltlcn hair. . ly. mother's eye? arc blue, my owed, !.' ;rrandpa's hair is jrray, !.. xUv love we bear our darling child t " tronjier every day." irtuhutdid they moan?" persisted the child ; " t i Ih i two cripples to-day, Anl "' of them taid he fought for the blue, Tiw other, he fought for the gray. Xow he of the blue had lost a leg, And the other had but ono arm. And both eemed worn and weary and ead, Yet jtheir greeting wns kind and warm. Thiy told of battles in days gone by, Till it made my young blood thrill; The leg was lost at Fredericksburg, And the arm at Malvern Hill. "They sat on the stone at the farmyard gntfl, And talked for a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

r THE NATIONAL TKIBUNE: WASHING-TOST. T). C. MARCH 25. 1882. 7 MAN'S MORTALITY. Like n damask rose you see, Or like a blossom on a tic Or like the dainty flower in Mrfy, Or like the morning to the day. Or like thcMin, or like, the shade; Or like the gpurd which Jonah made; Even such is man, whose thread is spun, Drawn out and out, and so is done. The rose withers, the blossom blostclh, The flower f.ule. the morning hasteth, Tlic sun sets, the shadow flics, The gourd consumes, the man he dies. Like the grass that's newly sprung, Or like that tale that's new begun, Or like that bird that's here to-day, Or like the pearled dew in May, Or'likc an hour, or like a span, Or l!ke the singing of the swan; Even such is man, who lives by breath, Is here, now there, in life and death. The grass withers, the tulo is ended. tThc b'ird is flown, the dew's ascended, .. .The bourns .fljori, the span not long, The swan's near death, man's life is done. Like to tha bnhhlo In tho brook, Or in a glass m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 March 1882

THE NATIONAIj TBTJBUNE; WASHIKGTOIsr, P. P., MARCH 25, 1882. GBAND AMY MATTERS. ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FOR THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION. Ten Thousand Jlcmbers of the Grand Army Expected The Latent "cs or Intorrs' from llio Va rious DopartmontS Reunions and fiointrs Jn lho Tost. -...Hal Correspondence NatioKAI. Tninnrn. I- ltimokc March 23. Following the action the Citv Council, tho Merchants and Manu .arturcr's' Association and Chemical Exchange ,., making appropriations and providing for the nfrptinnauil entertainment of the delegates to ; National Encampment, other rcprcscnta !. trade hodies arc manifesting an activo interest in the coming convention, and the re wytionruriiscs to he of tho most cordial character The programmo to ho observed, further than has been announced in The National Tkibujce, has not yet been com pleted, hut Past Grand Commander Ross and others of tho Executive Committco aro busily engaged in arranging matters, and tho visitors to the Monumental City can rely upon ...

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