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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APEIL 15, 1882. "WHAT COiXGRESS IS DOIN G. Senate. la tho Senate on Thursday, April 6, a bill was reported from the Tost -Office Committee to provide for ocean mr.il service between the United States and foreign ports. A bill was passed amending the statutes in regard to aopyiignts. After some dcltate the presidential count bill svas passed by a rtra voce vote. There were ao sessions of the Senate on Fri day or Saturday. In the Senate, on Monday, a hill was reported increasing the salaries of the anti-polygaray taleetion commissioners to $5,000 each per annum; a bill was reported appropriating $1,000,000 for the proposed new congressional library building; the bill providing for the re peal of all laws providing for permanent or indefinite appropriations, except such as arc provide for by this act, was passed. Represent ative Allen's death was announced, and as a mark of respect to his memory the Senate ad journed. On Tuesday, in the Senate, a...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

6 THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., APEIL 15, 1882. AN APRIL GIRL. The pirl thnt was born on an April dnj Has a right to bo merry, lissom, gay; And that i- the reason I dance and play And frisk like a mote in a Minny ray, "Wouldn't you Do it, too, If yon had been born on an April day? The pirl that is born on an April day Has n!s-o a right to cry, they say; And to I sometimes to give way When things get crooked or all astray, "Wouldn't you Do it, too, If you had been born on an April day? The girls of March love noie and fray ; And sweet as blossoms are girls of May; But I belong to the time mid-way, So I rejoice in a sunny spray Of smiles and tears and hap-a-day, "Wouldn't you Do it, too, If you had been born on an April day? Hcigho! and hurrah! for an April day, Its clouds, its sparkle, its skip and stay ! I mean to be happy whenever I may. And cry when I must ; for that's my way. Wouldn't you Do it, too. If you had been born on an April day? Mary Iatcs Dodge in SI. Xichol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APEIL 15, 1882. T SONG OF THE DAWN. The beautiful day is breaking, The fin4 faint ray of light, Parts the shadow of the night And a thousand birds nrc -waking. I hear the hairHrd's slender trill, So fair and perfect it doth fill The whole bwcot silenee with its thrill. A rosy flush creeps p the sky, The birds bcm their symphony. I hear the clear, triumphant voice Of the robin, bidding the world rejoice, The vircos catch the theme of the song, And the Baltimore oriole bears it along. "While from sparrow and thrush and wood pewee, And, deep in the pine trees, the ehioadce, There's an undercurrent of harmony. The linnet sings like a mngic flute, The lark and bluebird touch the lute, The starling pipes to the shining morn ' "With tho vibrant note of the joyous horn, The splendid jay Is the trumpeter gay, The kingfisher, sounding his rattle, ho May the player upon the cymbals be, Tho cock, saluting the suir's first ray, Is the bugler sounding a rov...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NATIONAL THrBUTsTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APBIL 15, 1882. GBAND AMY MATTERS. SEVEN DAYS' DIFFERENT RATIONS FOR DEPARTMENTS. THE Latest Inlc!Ii?cnro About (ho. Coinin? National Jliiranipnionl The Order on the Pacific Coast. - Kcaiiiozis and Camp-fires Personal Sfciiiion and linings in the Various Posts. Spciul Correspondence Xaliona! Tribune. iUi.TJ.MOKK, ill)., April 33th. A large number of coniniuvieatious have been re ceived ur Grand Army Headquarters relative 1 tJif coming Encampment, jiromincnt among which is one from the Commander-in-Chief, General Geo. S. Meirill. 3ie writes that he I will nay an otliri.nl visit to Baltimore on Mon day, April -22th, for the purpose of inspecting tiie Department and consultation with the Ex ecutive Committee regaining the coming Eu canipiiu'iir, General Merrill vrill command the Division of the Grand Aiinyjn the parade of June 21, and, with his immediate staff, will be mounted from the private stock of some of our citizens. Letters have been re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATOKDAY, APP.IL 22, 1882. NEW SERIES V01" I., N- 36. CUMBERLAND GAP. "THE GATEWAY TO THE CONFEDER ACY" THREE TIMES CAPTURED. Its Occupation ly Gen. George IV. Jlonran Closely Imesteil by Ccn. K. Kirlty .Smith Short Itatlons Communications Cut Off. Flanked A Hard JIarch to tltc Oliio Hirer. By G. C. Kniffin. continued. The critical condition of affairs in East Tennessee allied loudly for immediate action. General Braxton Bragg superseded Beauregard in command of the Army of the Mississippi, and finding no disposition mani fested by the major-general in command of the United States forces in his front to dis turb the repose of his arnvy, he dispatched General J. P. MeCown -with his division, 3,000 sirens, to Chattanooga, where it arrived I on the 6th of July. Meantime the Governors of Georgia and Alabama had been untiring in their efforts to organize regiments and push them...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

- r i- i""1" THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: "WASHESTGTOS", D. C, APEIL 22, 1882.. possiljility, even "with the vast resources and mighty energy of the North, of a successful expedition down the Mississippi. Captain Scott, a pilot who had accompanied Grant on his Belmont raid, informed her that it vtjuj the opinion of all -pilots that the fortifica tions at Island No. 10 and points below could never ho taken hy gunboats descending the river, as, in case of accident to the machinery, they would inevitably drift into the hands of the enemy. The thought flashed into her raind that the true route for an invading army was by the Tennessee Kivcr, whose course was almost parallel with the Missis sippi through the State of Tennessee, but in an opposite direction. Full of her ideas, she made inquiries as to the depth of water, and found that in the winter and spring it would float the gunboat fleet as far as the Mussle Shoals in Alabama. The Memphis and Cliarlcston Railroad was the great lateral arter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TOE", D. 0., AFEIL 22, 1882. GRAND ARMY MATTERS. WHAT THE VARIOUS POSTS ARE DOING ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. ActiTC Preparations for the National Encampment at Baltimore The Approaching Grand lie union in Kansas New Posts Organ ized Ping Presentations, Ac. Special Correspondence National Tribune Baltimore. April 20. The Departments of Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, Delaware, Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Elaine will be fully represented at the coming National Encampment here, having already engaged quarters at different hotels in tho city. A number of other Department Com manders arc making inquiries and completing arrangements for quarters for their Depart ments, and besides these we have assurances from a large number of Posts of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maine, Ohio, and Delaware of their intention to be present and take part in the parade. Mr. Jno. T. Ford has tendered us a benefit on Wednesday, May 3d, (afternoon and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE STATIONAIi TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. C, APRIL 22, 1882. The Hatiohal Tribuhe (Estaoujhed 1C77.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, TO CRE FOn HIM WHO HAS DOHNr THE BATTLE, ANQ FOB HIS WIOCW AHO OKFHANS.' ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Terms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (postage p.iepao) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES " - $1.E0 - - G.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - GO ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - 75 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to gctttr-up of ciua.) 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our papeii sent rrnx on re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FURMEHrD upon application. czr-TO SUBSCRIBERS. When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. C3TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered lettcr. 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. jcs-No RESPONSIBILITY IS assumed for sub scriptions PAID TO AGENTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

"W"''" THE JjfATI03sTAJL TRIBUNE: TrASHTNGTON, D. C, APRIL 22, 1SS2. 5 SOCIETY AT THE CAPITAL BRILLIANT RECEPTION BY THE PRESI DENT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. The IMstinsnlslied Guests Present Supcrli rioral Decorations Other Xot.iMr Society Etcnts Dnrin? the Week. The reception of President Arthur at the White House on Tuesday evening last, ten dered to the members of the diplomatic corps. Justices of the Supreme Court, and members of Congress, ecli-sed in brilliancy any social event of the season at the National Capital. Tho Executive Mansion was decorated in a lavish style with flowers, arranged in novel ways to add their attractiveness to the surroundings, but even their dainty coloring and effective grouping paled contrasted with the brilliancy of the toilettes, the flashing of gems, and array of feminine charms. The conservatories were lighted, thrown open, and freely used for prom enading, relieving in this manner the almost crowded rooms. The long promenade, from the east room thro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE NATKftUi TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APEIL 22, 18S2. 6 "OURSELVES." At the recent Reunion of Maryland Veterans, in response to the toast Ourselves," Dr. C. C. Bom baugh, a prominent nict.bcr of the Grand Army of the Republic, read the following poem : When the blast of war blew and the call came "To amis!" And the only arbitrament left was the sword ; When the bells of secession runs: out their alncms, Who nnswcied the prayer of the flag we adored? Shall we he accounted vainglorious elves If among the respondents wc number ourselves? When pleadings for peace were perversely with stood. And brother was marshaled 'gainst brother in strife; When rancor demanded the shedding of blood, The maiming of limb, the surrender of life; Who followed the pathway of duty and right. If not such as ourselves who have met here to night r When home, friends, and kindred were all left be hind For the martial array of the white-tented field, Who, unschooled to the duties and hardships as signed, At o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBU2FE: WASHrGTOJS;. D. C. APBEL 2fa 1882. THE GOLDEN SIDE. BY 5HIS. 51. A. KIDDER. TIirc may be a rest in the rond of life, If we only MotiM op to tleo it; And many a tone from the iiettcr land. If tin? garnlouB heart would make it. To the Minny soul, that i fnll of hope. And whose beautiful trust ne'er faileth, The grass is preen and the flowers nro bright Though the wintry -torm prcvaileth. Brttcr to hope though the clouds hang low. And to keep the eyes .-till lifted ; ' For the sweet bluo s-ky will j-oon tccp through, When the ominous cloud, are rifted. Tlicre was never a night without a day. Or an evening without a morning; And the dark st hour, n the proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning. There is many a gem in the path of life, "Which we nis in ur idle pleaMire. That is richer far than the jeweler's crown, Or the miner m hoarded treasure. It may be the love of si little child. Or a mother's prayer to heaven; Or only n beggar's grateful thanks For n cup o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE -SFATIOfrAIi TBIBUKE:'WASHnTG-TT,rGf,fAPEIL.223,lS82. THE CHINESE PROBLEM. EFFORTS FOR ITS SOLUTION IN THE NATIONAL CONGRESS. The Ten Year Prohibition Hill Before tlir House. Uproar and Confitvion Anion? the lie miters. The 3Iriwin Finally Passed Iiclicl Promised for the Tncific Const. The feature of legislation in Congress (luring the -week -was the passicre by the House on Monday of the anti-Chinese bill with the ten year period of suspension of immigration. The bill having been read, Mr. Willis (Ky.) said that lie would vote for it. From the conclusion of Mr. Willis's speech until the adjournment, the House was most of the time in a state of uproar and confusion, which was started when Mr. Page, (CaU, who was entitled to fifteen minutes for debate, in stead of consuming that time, demanded a vote, lie had no sooner declared his intention not to speak, when Mr. Jlice (Mass.) claimed the floor to speak apwinst the measure, but was not rec ognized by the Speaker. Mr. Randall ask...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

Vfrii If 'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1 877. TTASHIXGTO, B. CL SATUJRDAY, APIHL 29, 1882. KEW SEEIES VOL- L, N"- 37. &tifi i ."" T3SJT?7 j- . :ss- srN CUMBERLAND GAR "THE GATEWAY TO THE CONFEDER ACY" THREE TIMES CAPTURED. Ocrnpled by the Confederates Invested by United States Troojis Condition or the CariNon. Tlie Summons to Surrender Treason in tlie Camp Correspondence. The Surrender. g. c. knsffin. conclusion. The East Tennessee campaign of August and September, 1SG3, under the light of the record, embraces not only tlie movements of Gen. Rosccrans, but to an equal extent thoe of Gen. Burnside. Tlie .Army of the Ohio on duty in Kentucky consisted of the Nnvih Corps, commanded by Maj.-Gen. J. G. Farke, and the Twenty-third Corps, under command of Maj.-Gcn. George L. Hartsuff. The first of these corps numbered on August 80th. "present for duty, equipped" infantry, 5,965 ; artillery, 208 ; total, 6.173. Tlie Twenty-third C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

2 THE NATIONAL TEIEITXE-: WASHING-TON, D. C, APRIL 291882. during the night marched into position over tlfc same road by which Breckonrulge's troops fell hack before Launnurs and Am mens brigades. General Hurlbut was as r.igned to command 01' the .Sixteenth Army Corps and of the district, of West Tennessee in February, i$63, where he remained until March, 1SG 1. In September oi the same year he was placed in command of the Depart- j ment of the. Gulf, which command lie re tained until the close of the war, in May, 1865. Entrusted with great and important coni monds, lie was prompt in emergencies, brave and skillful in the command of troops in the field, while his splendid administrative abilit- fitted him peculiarly for a command of a department like that of "West Tennessee, at all times liable lo confederate raids, lie was brave, wise, and patriotic. At the clcse of the war General JTurlbut returned to his heme in Illinois and soon made his mark as a politician. A winning manner, u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

vr&T-i . -ro - i c r?T f i '.. : 3 .i .. .- .. rj j t . . "'thS NATIONAL TRIUNE: WASBHNGTONrD. 0., APKEL 29, I8S2. A s - i.- s --v s - : . i i ?. k t GRAND AMI HATTERS. PREPARATIONS AT BALTIMORE FOR THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. Prompt and Liberal Contributions to the Hospi tality Fund Dnrjca's Zouarrs to bo in Lino. .Applications for Hotel Accommodations Ponring in Visit of General 3Icrrill. Oilier Grand Army Intelligence. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimoke, April 27. The members of the financo committee liavc been actively at work securing funds to defray the expenses of the National Encampment. They have- met with liberal responses on all sides. Indeed, our citi zens, in their anxiety to help the good work along, do not wait to be called upon, but send or bring to us their donations. Our benefit so kindly tendered by Manager Ford, is "boom .ing;" and from present appearances we will have full houses at both performances and net j a handsome sum. Our hotel accommoda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASILTNGTO,- J). C, APEXL 29, 1882'. athhial Tribune (ESTAEUBHCD 1877.) HE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. To carc ron nut who has dobnc thc cattlc, and ron HIS WIDOW AHD ORPKAJM." ACRAHAM LlNOClK. t rexins to Subscriber.'?. rayablc i:i Advance : (roSTACC prepaid) ONE COPY, ONE YCAR nvc COPIES $1.E0 - - G.25 ONE COFY THREE T.X-NTHS - - - S0 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - - 75 TEN COFIES, (with cstsa copy to cettcr-up of club.) ------- 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER cf our papcr sent fhee on r.E- euEST. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FURNiSHro upon application. S3-T0 SUBSCRIBERS. When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL A3 FRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. sr-TAKE NOTICE In sending woneyfor 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 vill be most surely avoided if these directions are followed. jgs-No responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

r r r t 7TT TJEEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APBIL 29, 1882. I s i rp. i RELIEF TO COME AT LAST. CONGRESS WILL PASS THE BILL TO INCREASE THE PENSION FORCE. TIic Committee on Appropriations to Report the Jlcnsnrc Favorably YicwN of Senators aiid Itepresciilaihcs on tin; Subject. Pleasant KcmHiis for lVitsion t'lahnniMs. In order to ascertain the views of Congress men on the bill now pending before tbc Com mittee on Appropriations, providing for an increase in tbc Clerical forco of the Pension Bureau, representatives of Tun National Tribune were instructed to interview Senators and Members who might be found willing to express an opinion on tho subject. Commis- sioncr Dudley's communication to Congress, which wo recently published, it will be re collected, demonstrated the necessity for an increase in the force of tlic Pension Office, and since tho statement was prepared the demands upon that branch of the public service have not only Gbown ihc necessity that exists for au im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

6 THE STATION AL TRIBUNE: WAi&SJJSGTON, P. C APBIL 29, 1882. THE POET AND THE CHILDREN. BY JOIIK a. WIUTTIEB. "With glory of winter sunshine Over Mb look- of gray, Jii Ue old lii-toric mansion He snt on Lis hist bii-thdny. With Lis books ami his pleasant pictures Ami life Lou5c1kU1 ami his kin, "While k sound as of myriads singing: From far and near stole in. j cruno from his own fr.ir city, Prom the prairies boundless plain, From the Golden Gate of sunset, ini tlie cevlarn - oods of Slainc. jvjkI liis Lcart grew warm within him, And his moistening eye grew dim, Por he knew that his country's children Were singing the songs of him : The lays of his life's glad morning, Tlie psalms of hi evening time, "Whose echoes shall float forever On the Avinils of uvery clime. AH their beautiful consolations. Sent forth like birriVof cheer, Came flocking hack to his windows, And sang in the Poet's car. Grateful, but solemn and tender, The music rose and fell "With a joy akin to sadness And a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 29, 1882. m "mad river in the WHITE MOUN TAINS." ?Jr. Longfellow's last poem, the proof slip of Idrh was corrected by him only a few days before In- death, appears in the May number of the Atlantic Monthly, just issued. The poem has the title, " Mad River in the White Mountains," and it ives a dialogue between a traveler and a moun tain stream. The pensive wayfarer desires to know of the stream "why all ihn fret and worry?" and the river tells him its story. After describing its birth as a "brooklet nameless and unknown," it details its experience of the world, and thus con cludes: I heard the distant ocean call, Imploringnnd entreating, Drawn onward, o'er this rocky wall I plunged, and the loud waterfall Made answer to the greeting. And now, beset with many ills, A toilsome life I follow; Compelled to carry from the hills These logs to the impatient mills Below there in the hollow. Yet something ever cheers and charms The rudeness of my...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 April 1882

t oo "i SOLDIERS' COLUM. WHAT THE READERS OF THE TRIBUNE HAVE TO SAY. Varies Stibjrrls of Interest Biscnsscd Some Gentle IJoaiwJprs to Con:;rcsscn or their linty tv their CeiiblUcusclu. TKE NATIONAL TRIBOTffE: WASSIKG-TOBrO-, APBIL 26 R! 1SS2. WHAT JUS BEKK WASTED VOR YEAKS. To tho Editor Katiokal Tkiitdse: Enclosed please find one Collar as it subscrip tion to The National Tribune. 1 am trying to get you pome pulcrihers, as I kuov.' your p:'KU- aiust do good to the soldier's cause, aud is just what has becu vaulted for years. 1 don't think the hoys wrald bo without it if thoy were to ceo it. Truly yours, Axdrew Wells. Philadelphia, Pa., April 20. cas't keep douse ivrraouT it. To the Editor National TmnrsE: in behalf of yonr valuable paper, allow mo lossy as an old subscriber that 1 cannot keep house vrithout it I have taken much pains to interest all soldiers and Grand Army men in TiieTeibijxe, and send post-oiiicc order for two new subscriber. Please inform mo why there is nothing...

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