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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

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Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUlE: WASHINGTON, D. C., AFBIX. 1, 1882. A MODERN WITCH. "And he went up in January, And never came down till June." I tbinlr ir.c oft in the twilight Of a lady and her hat. The former was little and vicious, Tlic latter was larg;e and flat. The lady went to the church, the play; And wherever she went Use hout Went up from the many who could not see: " Confound it; put her out J " she was not to he extinguished. I have paid,'' she cried, " and Til ny. PH wear that hat "'and she clenched her liand- " Tiil the oraek of the judgment day. I'll f:vten it tight around my throat And pin it fait to my hair. Lt-t there come the dreadfulett hurricane, The worid shall still find it there." There came a breeze from heaven Of a rather malevolent kind. It caught that hat and took it up And the lady went behind. Xow, thfe was several years ago, And all of them full of pain, For with nothing to ride she still sails on And will never come down pgHin. 1. M. Gregory in Harper. A Heredi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE KATIOISrAL TBIBTJKE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APBXL 1, 1882. '.'GOOD-BYE, BOYS-I'M GOING," THE DYIXG WOUDS OF A VOI.UirTEEB. The battle roped with fiercest heat; The suns unloosed their thunder; Shame on the cowanlly retreat ! Shame for the cruel blunder 1 AlonffthcRTOimd the hissing ball IMotichcd deep blaclc f;irrows throwing, "NVhen faintly came thr tJyinjj call Of "Good-bye, boys I'm soing! " Brave volunteer ! Upon his brow Death's chilly dews were creeping; Thclarcin;c blood ran slower now, 'And many a man was weeping; Yet, as they knelt, 'mid bullet-rain, Thciiveycs with vengeance glowing, Came up the sobbing cry again, Of " Good-bye, boys I'm going 1 " Great soul! No wish, no coward word. No vain regret was spoken ; And they who loved him, silent heard Their very hearts were broken. Oh, let it be their warrior-cry, The vilest traitor showing How calmy brave our men can die, With " Good-bye, boys I'm going!" Jfnry A. Dcnnxson. LIFE ON AS IRON-CLAD. THE EXPERIENCES OF A VOLUNTEER ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 1, 1882. The Hational Tribune (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BOKNC THE DATTL, AND FCH HIS WOOW AW ORPHANS."-ACKAHAH LINCOLN. Terms to Subscribers, Pnyablo in Advance: (postage prepaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR - $1.50 FA'E COPIES " - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - - - - 75 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-up op club.) 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of Cur paper sent free on re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING turnishfd upon application. A3-T0 SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 63-TAKE NOTICE In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order 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. 43-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid to agents, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

5 THE NATIONAL TEIBUE: WASElTNGTOIS", D. O., APBIL, 1, 1882. PENSION OFFICE FORCE. COMMISSIONER DUDLEY'S RECOMMEN DATIONS AS TO APPOINTMENTS. Hon to Appoint and Whom to Appoint In Order to Facilitate the Work of Auditing Soldiers Claims Preference to be GiTen to ex Soldiers, their Widows and DanghterB. In connection with the work of properly equipping the Pension Bureau, General Dud ley, the Commissioner, has addressed the fol lowing communication to the Civil Service Reform Committee: To the Select Committee on Beform in the Civil Service : Gentlemen': In considering how to ap point to, and whom to appoint upon, the contemplated additional force of my office, I would suggest that a board of three persons be constituted: at least one of whom should be an officer of this Bureau, and one an offi cer of the Department of the Interior proper, to whom all applications of persons elitfble to appointment (eligible as hereinafter set forth;shall be submitted, who shall designate time and pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: ; WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 1, 1882. 6 GEN. ARTHUR'S GUESTS. THE PRESIDENT'S FIRST PUBLIC RE CEPTION AT THE WHITE HOUSE. A Notably Brilliant Affair Honors to ex-FrcsIdcnt Grant Dinners nnd Entertainment by Meia ' bere ef tho Cabinet Other Society Koto. Although the Lenten period has not yet closed, nud the faithful are supposed to be in a penitential mood, and figuratively, at least, Hotbed in sackcloth.and ashes, yet thus far the season at the National Capital lias been one of exceptional brilliancy. Since the ar rival of General and J.Irs. Grant, as the Pres ident's guests, there has been many notably brilliant entertainments. On Tuesday even ing President Arthur gave his first public reception at the "White House, which was thronged with the -wealth, beauty, and fash ion of "Washington. The throng -was made up of diplomatic, civil, and military digni taries, congressmen, privato citizens, and strangers sojourning in the city. Invited guests, the ladies and gen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE NATIONAL, TBIBIIKE: WAS$pNQT(mjD. C, APBXL 1, 1882. V A SPRING SONG. Tho blithsomc Spring is coming .And the mellow sunlight falls "Where the golden i,ccs arc humming In their honeysuckle halls Whero the coaxing little song-blrda Woo their mates amid tho trees, And the music of their love-words Pass like echoes on the breeze. Young flowers with dew nro laden-Tell-tale relics of the sighs Of somo little fairy maiden "Who was courted 'neath the skies "When mortal folks were sleeping. And through leafy flower and dell Sly, merry stars were peeping Watchers who will never tell. Skies of Summer may be brighter, Fairer flowers beneath them grow, And its breezy touch bo lighter Than the Spring winds' vigorous blow But Springtime kills the cold days; Decks the meadows and the bowers; And when dying, in its old days, Leaves us summer and its flowers. Rural Topics. CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, WASHINGTON, D. O. Correspondence Is solicited to this colnmu. Com munication addressed to the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE -NTATTQ-NTAT, TBIBTnE: WSHTOTOST, D C, APBTL 1, 1882. ' GRMD ARMY MATTERS. THE COMING ENCAMPMENT AT THE MARYLAND METROPOLIS. He 6tat$ mntia to Participate in 1 ho Grand Far- de An Address from Past Commander Bom Hotel Accommodations for Visitors Other Grand Army Intelligence. Special Correspondence Natioxai. TrunincE. Baxtimoee, Tarch 2S. Inquiries have been re ceived at G. A. It. Headquarters in this city from jjearly every State and Territory in the coun try fer the latest particulars of the programme of ceremonies to be observed dnring the National Encampment which meets hero on June 21st, and the committee aro mailing prompt replies as far as it is possiblo to do so. In planning the arrangements Past Grand Commander Ross, chairman of the Executive Comnrittrc, has the active co-operation of Col. Harrison Adreon, postmaster of Baltimoro ciy, Colonel Graham Dukchart, present Commander of tho Depart ment of Maryland, Assistant Adjutant-General John H. Sutcr, and other prominent ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

""l-s-. -.ts - ' jmtm. i ;3,rj( . iir-r- iiim i i v - -... wt -s n c-irxc rv i:ins.riK r-3 1 rr -Ji, ..r . asr-xr'.ta i m rE?V-' ass&fe11" -Si "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNETHE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ir ESTABLISHED 1877. A RACE FOR LIFE. JOHN MORGAN'S RAID THROUGH KEN TUCKY;4ND1ANA, AND OHIO. flolwon und Shackelford In Porsnit-Onnbott Patrolling the Biter The Kentnckj Hills So 'esr and let So Far. BATTLE OF BUFFINGTON. 1 Fanie-Strlcken Mob Retreat Morgan. and Captnro of By G. C. Kniffin. CONCLUSION. General Hobson reached the Ohio River in time to witness the last boat-load of Mor gan's command debarking on the opposite shore. One boat was burning, out tno orncr escaped and was dispatched to Lonisvillc to secure others to aid in crossing. The St Louis, which was at Rock Haven, came down, and the crossing was immediately com menced. As the day passed boats continned to arrive, and by nightfall quite a fleet hactf arrived. Morning found the last ot ins forces acro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE : WASHINGTON, D. O., APEIL 8, 1S82. CHAPTER. PROM THE PAST.- HEROIC DEATH OF THE PRESIDENT'S FATHER-IN-LAW. firluc Account or the Loss of Uic Central Aracr icaIiK'KtcHaRt Hermlon's Lust 3iesnge : liifi Wife TowWnff Incidents of-1 lie Crest IKsHtor. The following official account of the loss of tho steamer Cuutr.il Aiuoriua in 1657, and the heroic death of her commander, Captain Iirrndon, U. S. IT , -was written by Lieuten ant Maury, of the United States 2fav.il Ob servatory, shortly after its occurrence. It is a vivid picture of heroism and danger: Bra: On the 12th day of September last, at sen, the United States mail steam ship Central America, with the California uinils, most of the passengers and crow, and a large amount of treasure on hoard, foun dered" in a gale of wind. The law requires the vessels of this line to be commanded by officer of the navy, and Commander William Lewis Herndon had this one. lie went down with his ship, leaving a glowing example of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TPJBIINE: WASHINGTON, D. O., APRIL 8, 1882. For ,The National Triucitk. THE DYING VETERAN. Bt Abbaham IlVJiST, Co. F, 53d Keg't, P. V. I am flying, comrade, dying, God with wisdom doth control. Br His will my name is Riven, Filed on Time's eternal roll Bids mc Ienvo this world of sorrow, To a world forever West, "Where no foes will boast and triuraph,- Evcr there is peace and rest. Dangers caper to encounter. Comforts Avillinc all to yield. Dear onci sadly left behind me, Marching to the battle-field. Mighty armies thus were marching, Sweeping from us slnvedom's woo, But for freedom and the Union Many heroes were laid low. Fearless and with Spartan vigor. Like the Grecian bands of old, Who for kindred and their country Fought with valiant spirits bold, We with earnest zeal contended For our lands and homes to save, And we gained a crown of glory" Gaining freedom for the slave. Since our land enjoys new freedom, 5jj jpj , Honor those that gave it birth, -.That the ruling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 8, 1882.. fHK HATIOHAL T8IBUHK (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO UK TOR HIM WHO HAS DMNC THE BATTLE, AND TOS HIS WttOW AN9 OBPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Terms to' Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (mktaoc prepaid) CE COPY, ONE YEAR F.VZ COPIES " $1.50 - - 6.25 Cxi COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - DO O.I COPY SIX MONTHS - - 75 TEN COPIES, (with EXTfiA COPY to getter-up of ays.) ------- 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper 6Ent free on re quest. TEflMS FOR ADVERTISING furmshhj upon application. -C3-T0 SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. -S3-TAKE NOTICE In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order 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. ?-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid to age...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 8, 1882. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING. A bill has passed both Houses of Congress admitting free of duty all articles intended for display at the National Mining and Industrial Exhibition to be held at Denver, Colorado. The indications' aro that the exposition will be a very extensive affair. Senate. In the Senate on Thursday, March 31, a bill was passed to place Brevet Major-Gencral GcorgoH.Mcigson the retired list ol major generals according to his brevet rank. The Indian appropriation bill was considered. Mr. Hoar spoke in favor of an amendment appro priating $2,000,000 for the cdncation of Indian children (except tho five civilized tribes) west of the Mississippi River, at $200 each per an num. Opposition being made to the amend ment Mr. Hoar announced his intention of re ducing the amount to $500,000. After a brief executive session the Senate adjourned. On Fridaj In th& ''euato a communication was received from the Attorney-General tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TEIMJNE: WA&HINGTUS'i T. C, APPJX. 8, "1SS2. 6 THE ARSENAL AT SPRINGFIELD. This is ho Arsenal. From floor to ceilinjj, , Like ft lniRe orjjan, rise the burnished arms; But from their silent pipes no anthem pealing Startles the villages with fetraiiRe alarms. Ah! vrhnt ft sound will rise, how wild and dreary, When the death-anpel touches Uiomj swift keys! What loud lament and dismal Miserere Will mingle with their awful symphonies! I heir even now the infinite fierec cloru, Tlir cries of agony, the einlies gioan. Which, throiifrh the ngos that have gone before us, In long reverberations reach our own. On helm ami harnega ringa the Saxon hammer, Through Cimbric forest roars the Norseman's song, And lou. amid the universal clamor. O'er distant deserts sounds the Tartar gong. I. hear the Florentine, who from his palace, Wheels out his battle-bell with dreadful din, And Aztec priests u"pon their tcocnIHs, Heat the wild war-drums made of serpents' skin; The tumult of each...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. C, APKLL 8, 1882. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. Beautiful faces are those that -wear, It matters little if dark or fair-Whole-souled honesty printed there. Beautiful eyes are those that show, Like crvEtal pane where heart-fires glow, Beautiful thoughts that burn below. Beautiful lips are thoc whoso words Leap from the heart like songs of birds, Yet whose utterance prudence girds. Beautifuniands are those that do "Work that is earnest, brave and true, Moment by moment the long day through. Beautiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro Down lowliest wayn, If God wills it bo. Beautiful shoulders arc those that bear Ceaseless burdens of homely care, "With patient grace and daily prayer. Beautiful lives are those that bless Silent rivers of happiness, "Whose fountains but few may guess. Beautiful twilight, at set of sun, Beautiful goal, with race well won, j.-jfBcjiuJiful rest, with work well done. it tfB$tvliful graves, where grasses creep, Wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 April 1882

! C THE IJATIONAL TBJBJJKE: WASKTRG-TON. D. C, APRIL 8, 1882, 8 GRAND ARMY MATTERS. words of Welcome for the delegates to baltimore. TYlint flic noprcsrnlativc Citizens Hare to, Say About the Coining linranijuntnt. Planning the rroirr.unnio. Miscellsncou. F-ccial Correspondence National Tribiuie. 'b.vi.timorj:, April 5. Interest througliont the entire country is daily increasing in tho coming National Encampment of tho Grand Axiny0f the Republic, which meets here in .Tunc. From nearly every State tiro most cor dial icsponces are being received to tho-invitations issued by General Win. E. W. Boss:, chair man f the executive committee, to paiticipato in what,isto bo made a splendid and-eventful celebration. Atf'a fritting of the executive committee all the Maryland posts were representee"!. General Agnus, chairman of the special committee, re ported t&at he had already receive! responses from over one hundred citizens who would act as an honorary committee. A nunil er of letters w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

Uik 1 ft? Crl Al Jl JUT f VHP6li ! 1 uOf V 1 f I .1 if:1 "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77. WASHINGTON', D. C, SATURDAY, APEIL 15, 1882. NEW SEEEES V0L-1., N- So. CUMBERLAND GAP. "THE GATEWAY TO THE CONFEDER ACY" THREE TIMES CAPTURED. Et Tennessee Its Loynlly o 1 Union-Occupation bj the Confederate Troops-Depart-int'iit f E.ist Tennessee Organization of lite Seventh Division Cap ture of Cumberland Gap. By G. C. Knmffin. The State, of Tennessee, divided into three gfii.'raphittil divisions known as East, Mid- d- I' ( T s 1 i and West Tennessee, was one of the last tti-- Southern States to secede from the n, and hut for the hold and unserupul- measures resorted to by Governor 3 Far aid Ins co-conspirators would have held same position as that of the hordcr i- s. In February, 1SG1, at an election held to d t ermine the question of calling a conven t "i to decide whether the State should r main in the Union, the vote stood as fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

TEDS NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHOTG-TOlSr, D. C, APBXL 15, 1882. Tor The National Tmscsn. TKOU ART GONE, BV A. J. SIDSOK, M. D. These lines were written on the ilcnth of La Payoltc Ekbon, aged 10 years, who was mortally -vounded at Missionary Ridge. Thou art gone, my brother, nt last, T1j noble, the true, and (he brave 1 SwHl down in the battle's llerce blRst, A soldier, unknown, in his grave. Oh! cruel the ly.issile that found The form of that innocent youth ; The breast which was lorn by tlwt wound "Was the spal of honor and truth. He knew not the tremor of fear, He often had met the stern foe, 33rillinnl but fchoit his career, And keen as unwonted the blow. He fell in the midst or the flpht, Vfws Irarnc from the red field of strife-, HeiicSth the dark etirtnin of night. He breathed out the spirit of life. All! vain is man' wisdom and skill When the .loath pnrct markelh hlspSey; It Is the Omniixilcnt will. And mortals know not of that day. All ! brother, e'er life was no more, DiiM tUi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. O., APEIL 15, 1882. 3 THE TRUE HEROINE. "What was she like? I cannot tell ; I only know God loved her well ; Two noble fcons her pray hairs blest And he, their hire, was now at rest. And why her children loved her so. And called her blessed, all shall know; Phe never had a selfish thought, Kbr valued what her hand had wrought. She could be just in spite of love; And cherished hates she dwelt above; In nick-rooms, they that had her care, Said she was wondrous gentle there. It was a fearful trust, she knew, To guide- her young immortals through; But Love and Truth explained the way. And Piety made perfect day. She taught them to be pure and true, And brave, and strong, and court eous, too; She made them reverence silver hairs, And feel the poor man's biting cares. She won them ever to her side; Ilome was their treasure and their pride; Its food, drink, shelter, pleated them best, And there they found the sweetest rest. And often, as the shadows fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

4 THE NATIONAL TBXBTOsTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 15, 1882. The National Tribuhe (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, " TO CMK FOB HIM WHO HA8 DOflNE THE DATTLE, AND FOH HIS "WIDOW AND OMHAIS." ACRAHAM LINCOLN. Xcnns to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: postam prepaid) OME COPY, ONE YEAR FlVC COPIES " - $1.50 - C.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 OME COPY SIX MONTHS - - 75 TEH COPIES, (with extra copy to cetter-up of cum,) ----. i 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our pafer sent free on re quest. TERMS FOR ADyERTISING furnishfo upon application. J5B-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL A3 PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY. AND STATE. C5TAKE NOTICE In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order 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. kg-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid ...

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