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

wn MiiSi 4.. M&MUrX&mbht,iim&l ; "sBew"- - ' TTryr"! r'irri'JMaa TE NATIOJStoi'E TRIBUNE. 61 Kv-v ;. ;' jftt' ' . K'V-;-.' ,-v ',: tico to the claimants or to protect -the United states, and in all the resources of his'expori ence ho can iincl no way of escape, except to re fuse to believe legitimate evidence, and to deny relief in cases thoroughly proved up, on his own prejudiced and jaundiced, determination " not to believe." Ho lias slandered his own admirable and efficient corps of clerks and employes by ad mitting their inefficiency, and has declared the uselessness of his corps of special agents by de claring their incapacity to ferrety put or to pun ish this universal and contagious perjury and fraud. . - How, all this is done by the Commissioner, not because the foots exist, for they do not, but because he wishes Congress and the country to The result of this practice has been to pay theso allowances regularly and rapidly. But the Secretary of the Treasury has, f...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1878

62 T$&, JjqAL,4 , T?KIUt, i.i l Hi 4 IN is .1 4 I A 11 i 1 n irt, v L I '! JS m H ' f J. fJJKS is.' ,.ms ii ",SM Ii us: Ii? fi i; w m 5 I a t a i .,& m Mi as 1 I UlfcT. H, . juki. A WAH , 'iti mfc i win If I j MI!' I P t i i I , li I Bills tivodtuGGd. Tho following bills have boon introduced in Congron since our last ismto : H, B, fiMMntrodnoad by Mr. Aartmicus V. Btcis A BnL to rognlate tho granting of ponsions oji aooonub ($ dotttb, wounds or injuries, recoivod, or disease oon ttfrfoted in tho sorvico of tho United States since the 'itturth day of March, oightoon hundred and sixty-one, and for tho payment of tho arrears of ponsions; also 'to authorize tho Secretary of the Interior to restore to film roll tho namos of invalid pensioners stricken there from on account of disloyalty, and to ropeal sections forty-soven hundred and nine, forty-soven hundred and sixteen, and forty-soven hundred and seventeen of the Bevised Statutes of tho United StsatOB. Us it enacted by the Sen...

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

-Wv nr t TEBeP W&TI0NMT 'RIBNE. '68 ' &Cow E'discm Amuses Himselfc A r ffis1foft Bat6les"of ttfe WaT of "' the, K'eMuln. : i AShSiidman M a Masquerade.. NighMtffbtfG'hifife, oirvt'h6 occasion 6f thO Turn Yoroin masquerade, a carriage called al a houso in tho southern part of tho town. friio driver rapped at tho front door and said he had called for tho young lady that vhxs to go to the ball, lie was told that In must have mistakon tho house, but he insisted that ho had not. Ho knew ho wis right and wanted tho young lady to come out at oneo if she was ready. Tho master of tho houso is something of a joker. He wont into tho kitchen and told his Chinaman that he was to go to tho ball and help about the supper; that a carriage was waiting to take him to tho place, and if he did his work well, ho would got $o for his night's j work. ' The eyes' of the Celestial fairly sparjclcd with delight.1 He donned his host blue frock and rimless cap and loft tho ! houso at once. When ho appr...

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

JB4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Hf n im u ?f " ' 9 13 3 J' The attention of the Connor -adionte of I B. F. Prllohard, Esq., of Indianapolis, US. -.. . .. A 4 4K .. 1 Jj. rritchard, iusci., ot incitanapons, ..Indiana, who have not written io mo sinco December, 1870, is again called to the fol lowing : Indianapolis, Indiana, November ,, 1870. Gkorok E. Demon, Esq., Washington, D. O, Dear Sin; You are horoby authorized to notify each of my clionts that I have trans ferred to you nil thoIrclatm9,ovldencae,&c.,and that it is mv desire they shoulW correspond with you hereafter, and forward such cvluonco as vou may need to comploto th6lr"elatms. (Signed) B. F. PIUTCHARD. This proposed transfer was submitted to tho Hon. Z, Chandler, Secretary of the In terior, for his consideration and action. Tho following extract from his letter, writ ten to tho Hon. J. A. Bcntloy, Commis sioner Of Pensions, explains itself, and to 'it your attention is invited : Dbpautm knt of the Interior, ) Washington, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

i, - Tjri - - .i-v' " " . y'W rnrv"" -Tr,v..-r-4 .j'j -71 f.'!', ft'..' M' .. fe . f mif' f IT' to Ef !! BV fc' m .1 I. ? Mlvnthty -JiMriull tUvofatl h (he hlhnnfa of Hit oUlkra itni nilM of (he htte wtir mid ml ffltmiantrx athe fjjjnifad JjgfHftg. ..-U&.-fcN d,.- V. Eaitoi'sandrroprhJtors. ! .JV,.V01i' 4-1,, 0 - W AOiLllN W J. UXN , -Ljj MVtfUAltX, KWJ. single QoplcsB 06nts In Currendy or Postago Stamps. , ' ' 1 1 ' : -1 -,, " ' 11 1T1 1- 1 I n' '! 1 ?ifc' ' I1"-'- ' rr l'r- '-li1 11 1 1 1 r , ', . - . ,-, "', . . " . . , .... Janet's Hair. '.!. ,v -.; ' ' Oh 1 loosen the snood that you wear, Jantit, , - Iiet mo timglu a haucl la your hair, my not ; , ,, . u , 'J?or. tho world to mo lias rid datntio'r sight , ', i - ;TDhan your brown hair njihtna voiir shoulders whltd? n'V: rJUItanglMahanU Jnykrihftir,;'my pot. ' ; :it was brown, with a goicldn kiosk, Janet, It was finer than silk ofthio fibs!, my pot ; Twas a beautiful julstf. falling down on your v,rtst;: Twas a thing to bo b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

? I 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Ifl i n f mi L m PH 1 iV v$ I 1 ' Panics in England. Two years ago Lho worklugniQii of tho "United States had reached tbo height of their suffering from lho panic of 1878; food was dear, prices had not yot fallen, the cost. Of living was excessive, the demand for labor had nearly ceased. "Want spread over all our vast fortilo territory; oven the industrious suffered and perished in the commer cial distress produced by fluctuating currency, a period of speculation, political agitation, fear, distrust, hopeless ncss. In 1870 wo were threatened with a discontented people, violent political movements, riots, rage; evon the tramp became a political power, the wildest agitators the agents of a discontented party. That period has passed away, and peace and plenty have returned once more. "VVhilo wo wore suffering) England still retained its pros perity its commercial activity, its appearance of general ease. Its pauperism diminished, its revenue grow, its workin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

uh r ,-ICHE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. kdJfaii Qloi'tE jJonScnts1 Iftoliifrin. ! Li8fe of th0 J3ttles ofthb 'Wai' 6f the Hobwiton m w- -m. 3 ; AI! CLAIMS' I- 'V. 1 T 'IMi n a,. ,..... ..ll-....l ...I............. i ,.-..,. ....... ! Wft nnilf.liilm !.-. tl.i4 t . . ..MU, .. il'.r. .i. 1.1 5 .. .."i : . .. . Bfr'. s , tT w - &i i"V 1 Kg? not .until 0(1 to tho sooond insatllmont or bounty unW they ?8or-1 ..iK.viUtJm.'i i v e vi xiim i X, " vod onchalf of tho term for which enlisted, unless discharged aiplia?t.ical list df fcho JitttfclOB Of-tliO Will' of UlO by reason of u wound or Injury as contradlstinL'uishod from n. I ii :.iv,m..... -, . ... . " xvuuuuion iroin autucucic soutcgs, to bo cdnHiiubd horcaftor. It will bo pleasant, wo hone, for the old soldiers to sac again tho names and dates of battles ....... ... 4 k. in winch they or their Jricnds'took pnrfc. 1 . " ' ' ' '"""' , .if... . .. -. ... , ,. .,... .. , Vitxoii. by reason of a wound or Injury as contradistinguished from a E,.U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. .1' Ri 1:1 ' if" II' .11 1 i mi ' a , m 41 'if' ( 111 rt T l' , ; $&?$ . mm. $, 5 I i &WbfT"mmf' GEOBGB E. LEMON & OO., JiilUor and J'roprlctnrs. j troduce from time to time. Lot us hear, too. The blow, comes-r-no one outride knows from our hidy friends the wives, sisters, moth- wdiy and the reaao'nsibV the not are not to be iers, ot'our soldiers; they can ?tell us of their had. It is a very dangerous power, in any husband's, brother's, son's deeds on the field, i oven t--it is infinitely more dangerous when ox- narrated in letters to home. By these means i oroised in secret and by a tribunal whose pro- iMJriiiiiHiir Washington, D. C, January, 1879. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE itf ADVANCE. POSTAGE PRftPAliy, One copy OnoYenr - Jive Oopios, 50 Cents -" $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to g0ttor-up of Ohio,) - 4.00 ! we shall ever be directly in contact with the " j soldier mind of the country ; wo shall learn -I how the soldier's heart beats a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

,V- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 5 v 2SjS y' i. m M J;'j . ir'i :K' II- S, - IT;;:, ;!-. ' E: I if. ifc- '.. f Commissioner Benfcley's Blunders. Shysters' and Unprincipled Claim ,Agonts' Foes In Pension 4 Cases only limited by their Cupidity, i. Their fees limy be $1,000 or $3,500 or more, iis si Single Case. eminent to tho attorney, but to tho pensioner himself. It that justice has at last been (lone ; that tlieoM is impossible for tlio attorney to get it into his possession I ,. , v4rt,i(,; rt jn4. j. :, piu,!!S until after tho pensioner has received it from the Govern-1 &W pension IB to dCQ from timo of (IlSqhSrge,, iient, and honco impossible to withhold it from the pon-; and all arrears now duo to be paid up at idnce. lonor. If tho attorney cots it, ho must got it from the ' rT . n . i , .,. ,.,, 4 V .ensionor after tho Government has paid it to the latter, ' Heirs of deceased soldiers are entitled nowrto and receiving it thus would not bo "withholding" it, but pension from date o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Ik! t 1 A k l v, 'v ! n by medical examinations. To those is added of the word, is an absurdity in practice, u cruelty the record proof of service, of discharge, and not f.o be dreamed of. vttry frequently of hospital treatment. Those cases not only represent the wounded The initial stops by parol proof arc voluntary j or otherwise disabled soldier, but the mothers, and ex parte. lfyv these the claimant establishes his identity, his service, his stato of physical widows, and orphans of the dead, whoso solo ( relief against absolute penury is the pittanceto health when ho joined the army, and not unfro- j coiiib from the United States. Officers and com quOntly tho fact of disease or wounds, or other! rades are scattered to the four winds of heaven, disability. ' They are difficult to find by diligent oorrcspond- The extent and character of such disability, i ence. It would be simply criminal to require and whether it arose from the essential perils in cidetit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

I IPHE'i NATION ABMnRiIBUNE. t I I. Ife' it sir. i?.1 tor I? I'' BP K M m. 8ft r ffv fc cess for thdii clients toy b6h'6&fc mofilioda. And the larger their business the more careful they are not to touch, knowingly, a dishonest claim. The' have to6 much at stake to risk oven tem porary suspension, to say nothing of disbarment and consequent pecuniary ruin and disgrace. If they had no higher motive, no pride of char acter and position, no just sense of personal in tegrity, they would be too shrewd to adopt a fraudulent or criminal course. The frit uds found in fact, and the frauds likely to be found, are scattered, isolated, and when participated in by the claimant generally comb from places where the claimants and the. attorney have intimate .personal rotations which' give the opportunity anil the excuse for fraudulent combinations. Looking, then, over the whole field we find no -justification in fact for the charge of general corruption. t Let us now come to the third question....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1879

I 'a 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. t' ( 1 M : ft'i i. M ' ' & ft' iV N : I 1 4L j Special Announcement to till Our ITiuends. I Ifc Would bo hotter for Congress to abdicate any functions in relation to pensions of any ' aortj awl to enact that whatsoever tilings Mr. IBenfcley wanted he should take and have. ' There is no wisdom in the proposition. As it now stands the public money is protected by division into the hands of sevoral agents, i each of whom can give, and do give, satisfac-! tory bonds for the safe-keeping and disburse ment. . This bill makes no provision for bonds from this pay department to be constructed at the will and pleasure of the Commissioner, and is, in all other respects, immature, incomplete, and unsatisfactory. It is only evidence to our minds of the overweening ambition of trie Com missioner, paralleled only by the Bantam hen that spread herself to cover two dojren eggs. . tEn that attempt the hen and the eggs both suf fered. -May it not be SO with our respect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

m :!! t i J r' i it- L J? lonihhj &ownnl devoted to the intercuts ofj the oldierrs nnd nilor.'J ojj the htte war, nnd nil enawnerH of the nited $tnic i t STLti ( li I& f . r ' 4 IftV t.v;' fe ll iC ' ' if ($:. irt-i- !. fife If" "; ' IS "A. 'j. 3f f: . tv. E .. Ip'V, if. ' " !l&i lEv;?. i?.! '. '?'- H-r'. L -M f' If f&. J ii E.&, I4r ': GBOBGE 33. LEMON Editors nnd Froprloto " VoL- n :N"- Washington, d. a, February, im JTiiltfrtrfiiecftr rffny Itf -A y CVnprw, n A year oatir ford, i'678, bpGtorg M. tomon A Co., fn the 0lc& oth Libra ian ofCongreat, mi Washington, V. C. TBBMS, FIFTY CENTS PER "STEAK, Spcclmon OoplcB sent Free on Request. The Picket Guard." TJV MllS. HOW&AN D. u All quiot along tho Potomao," thoy say, . Except now nnd them a stray plokot Is shot, as ho walks on his boat to and fro, By a rillonum hid in tho thlckot. 1Tis nothing a private or two now and then, Will not count lit tho nows or tho battle. Hot an oflloev lost only ouo of tho men ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

10 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. t M w ft Si. ' l I. fi. I THE KOTHSOHIDS. A Skotclf jof tho Celebrated Housfe A short timo after tlio battlo of Jonu, iii; which Napo leon broke clown Uionrmod opposition of Prussia, William I., Elector M llesso Caspol, jlying through Frankfort, 11 1 am one of those, " he said, " wiio trusted to tho faith oi uinr. iaiwness perjuror ana enemy oiliiS race, .Napoleon Bonaparte, llo promised to preserve my territory from violation and to treat mo as a neutral prince, lie has forced me to flv from mv mvn rininnSn 1iq 1nnlr annA it, is to obliterate it and 'make it a parr-' of the Kingdom of! Westphalia. I havo with mo about five millions. Tako j A-t.v i ir til' r.. .i. (. ... . onco of time botweou Paris and San "Erancisco, and ho know that tho aimwor would come during tho day. Ito WfflyCavbriBh .silence. It came rit tho hour ho had ciu5ulalcjj.; ' T ' TJ1() JhiUl8 are for the most part .lows. Tho tomb of tlio Parffainily is opposite that oT Ilaohol in tho com ct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

I l; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 11 3l i "h 14 m' V-- ,'S.i. IB' ' x-. . c" Ifc?: V "Jl tt. -. r.' S yl v "' !&- Ki , B &. r. ! r &oncspcmbcnt0' dolittmt. MH8. S. W., Ai)A.M8VitiLK. You can Johi'wltli youf liliabaritl in taxing, tup two puporsnamou, Mas. 13. J. BM Pvr.ttBVfM.K, Mi).-Sco answer to reply to another oorrospaudont in IiIb column. j your Inquiry m 4. Ex-soldiers nnd oilier can pu.tlt.lQniOongrosB In fav.or of oqal fzing bounties. No particular form of petition required. Mlisi'A. L. i. Tim prioo offtio piipdr forwhlc'h ybu h'avo sub scribed, In conjunction with Tino national Thiuu.sk, will not change. MH8. IS L. H , Beuun, Wis.-Only tho chlldfon bt a soldlor whb woro undor sixteen years or ago at tlio tlato of Ijia tloath, arq enti tled to a pension. !"; 5. W.i Lyons Faumh. N. J. Pensioners of tho war o'M8l2 can boiiofUs from tho act of January 23, 1870, granting ar- firb, for it appbarcd almost as if tho obiTl of (loath was ?crooping upon us. ' r Now all 8'urfc to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

12 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. M r m :i u V J, I lift :. H' f f .1 I 1 H f i ttM&iittu GEORGE E. LEMON & GO., JCditars and JEYojprtvforiit Washington, D. 0., Fkbruary, 1879 TEBMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PREPAID. One copy One Year - 50 Cents Fire Copies, " ' - - - - - $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gotter-up of Club,) i.00 For every fifteen subscriberg wo receive from any party we will forward our "National Tiubunk Clock " free, said party paying express charges. He may send a few names at a time, at 50 cents each, and when the fifteen are made up the clock will be forwarded. A specimen numbor of our paper sent free, on re quest Terms for advertising furnished upon application. IT. B. See our article in another column in re gard to forming clubs to procure " The National Tribune clock," in combination with The Na tional Tribune. Partial Resumption. To Snoscribers, When changing your address please give former as well as present address, with Oounty and St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 18 K w- m W; IS?.: i ri W1, Eft, rj If? K"' vr &-0iV Ik- r p: V. r AHBHAK3 OF PBH BIONS. Th Iaw as it in and the construction givn in the Pension Office. Our rcadora aro most of thorn aware that all busi ness has been stopped in tho Pension Office ; that, since tho passage of the act to give arrears, no caso has been adjudicated or settled which is within the provisions of the act, and thus the law which was meant to bo a benefit has been made a burden and added another fatal drag to tho slow-moving wheels of the office. It is gravely stated in all the newspapers, semi officially, that tho whole mind of tho Commissioner has been devoted to the consideration of tho law, and it appears from his report, as now published, that his main labor has been to find out how "not to do it " to devise difficulties and obstructions. We concede that the act in question is not drawn , wit.li niinli rliaf.tnnt.nneft run! nlonrnHa na it. mlo-hf. lmvp hnon Rut. wn urwlfirfal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

14 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ritf I fell nf I '! ! I v ? i ! 'if j tj ih $ tfcr-" to not upoifflfitfFfltaiiott soloif dorivoTfrdm an officer that is so rash dn statement, and. so insignificant in executing the laws as thoy now are. On, Mr. Bentloy's own statement, there is no duty So pressing On Congress as a thorough examination of the Pension Offic and all its bolongingsfund the rules and regulations put 'forth by the Commis sioner. '. Vi ! It is high public iduty and ought t6 bff done in justice to all. The following is an extract from the very inter esting but lengthy debate in the Senate. We would like to publish it in full, but our Space forbids: Mr, BECK. I shall vote for this bill, but T rise to ask the chairman of the Committee on Pensions a question growing out Of the suggestion made by the Senator from West Virginia. The Commissioner of Pensions has ap peared before and j-aid to the Committee on Appropria tions that he was satisfied I do not quoto his exact lan guage that 20 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

& V '.'i bf fv -, && ? fe-. a, 'a . &.-;, It.. S ssa- J ;. R fib Mr &'... - x fc' ts r?. ji' n.- 1 SPV "; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. f 15 A General's Farewell Address. rtar-rr Important to Examining Surgeons. Bolow wo publish the petition of F. II. "Wagner, exam ining surgeon, to (Jongross, praying for an increase of the fee of examining HtirgcouM, YVo believe the Doctor'H view of tho matter tu bo eminently correct, and that tho pay of one dollar, at present allowed, is not a reasonable re compense for tho service performed. Such, wo think, would bo tho opinion of Congress. Hence, w would .suggest that surgeons combine in petitioning Congress asking an iuer ase of pay. Our viow always lias been, that at least throe dollars should bo nllowe 1 for making such examinations PKTITION. ' Occasionally wo take up a rdnlini sconce of tucBa'tl, yet stirring days of the war. There was vigorous, splendid writing as well as fighting then, as notice the following extracts from tho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 February 1879

V V h m I i I r ' W ' ' ' I'll fl HI if f i fj j.- h'; Wt $? M 5s M it, I'Ji i ! Lw Mr 1.1.4.4 '& 1 t W' I-' ?J: 16 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. .."; ,,,4 fr. ..' ' Mi,., SSrS?BSSqSiftrr-jr What the Press Think of Us The Hannibal Bevoiltc, Hannibal, Now York, says: Jlt should be in tho hands of every oxHoldior, in the land. Wo cordially reecommend it as being well worth t'fib money." The Local Item, Bardstown, Kentucky, endorsee it thug: "It; is a very neat and interesting paper.'1 The National Greenback, Shamokin, Ponn., states: "It is full of valuablo information to soldiers, and should bo in the hands of ovory soldier and sailor in the laud. It; contains all new bounty and pensiou laws." jgj The Spencer Herald, Sponcer, New York, says: "It is well Worth tho monoy to any one, seeking pensions or not." Tho Anti-Monopolist, Rochester, Now York, states: "lb gives information on all subjects of interest to soldiers and sailors, advocates their cause before the country and tho Government,...

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