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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

- -- -mmzVl 'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. WASHESTQTON, D. C, SATtERDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. NEW SERIES V01- I., Tt- A O ESTABLISHED 1877. tJSkrr- R ,bPni n j 7gK i ri m m WWwmrrr MARYLAND IK THE WAR. PATRIOTISM OF HER UNION MEN. HER RECORD IN THE CIVIL WAR. Grand flnllr of flic Union Jlcn to the Support of the GoTPrnmenl Fifty Thousand 3Iarj land ers Who Wore tho lUtic and Rnro a Jlanlr Tart In the Suppres sion of tho Kclicllion. II. "In dealing -with the Union question Gov. Hicks had endeavored to practice in the State of Maryland the same Fabian tactics that President Lincoln so successfully carried out in his management of National affairs. This policy on the part of the Governor was a wise one at least it was so up to the ISth of April, 1861. He paid respect to the opinions and humored the prejudices of the great body of his people, being himself, in fact, one of them. He possessed great personal popularity, nis inwnTiiiicfi told much in hi...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

2 TEE NATIONAL TSIBTEOTS: WASELmGTON, D. C, JUNE 10, 1882, not carry off nor destroy they gave to the negroes and scccsh citizens. The army post office was turned inside out, and letters too, and those from the North were opened, and all that were not carried oft were put in a pile and burned in the street. A large brick building on the square had bconfilled by our people with shot, shell, and ammunition. Another building on the next block had been tilled with post-enmmissary stoics. It was said by citizens that Van Dora's orders were that those stores should be taken out and burned, but the soldiers .having got hold of some whisky, and the car rying out business becoming a little tedious, put lire to the commissary's More, and in half an hour the whole side of the square was in flames. At three o'clock the arseual was fired, and blew up with a most awful explosion. "While this was going on before our eyes the rebels commenced at one end of the long line, taking the parole of the so...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

v-s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 10, 1882. THE LATCH-STEDTG IS OUT AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS THE GRAND ARMY AT BALTIMORE. In Appeal of the Executive Committee. Which fleets nitli a Generous KcKponKe A General Holi day on the Occasion or tho Grand Parade, JLc, Ac, Ac. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, June S. While the programme of ceremonies for the reception and entertain ment of tho delegates and visitors to the coin ing National Encampment lias undergone some changes at the hands of the committee, yet the plan as originally outlined in the col umns of The National TRlitrNE has hecn in the main adhered to and there will ho amplo opportunity afforded tho pilgrims to tho Monu mental city for thorough enjoyment. Tho la bors of the Committee of Arrangements havo been very onerous and a vast amount of work remains to bo disposed of. Tho grand parade on tho opening day, Wednesday, promises to prove a most imposing affair, and aside from the in terest in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUKE 10, 1882. The Hatiohal Tribune (Estadiishco 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, To CARE ron HIM WHO HAS DORNETHE DATTLE, and fou HIS WOM AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Xcrms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (POSTAGC FBEPAlo) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR - - - $1.50 FIVE COPIES " ---.-- 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - - - 71 TEN COFIES, (with extra copr to getter-up of club,) -----. 12.5c A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our pafer sent rREC on re- owest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING ruRMSHro ufon affucation. 3-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. jesrTAKE NOTICE In sending money for SUBSCRIPTIONS BY MAIL, NEVER INCLOSE THE CURRENCY EXCEPT IN A REGISTERED LETTER. A p5stal money order or a draft on New York IS THE BEST TORM OF REMITTANCE. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided V these directions are followed. --No RESPONSIBILITY IS assumed for sub scriptions paid t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NATTOTTATj TBTBTJJSTB: WASHTbTGTOl-T, D. O., JTJ2TE 10, 1882. THE CASE OF GUITEAU. Mr. REED CONTINUES HIS EFFORTS TO SAVE THE ASSASSIN'S LIFE. Unsuccessful Effort to Kcopcn tlio Case Guilcau Still Hopeful Ho Relieves tliat lo is "in tlio Hamls of tho Almighty," ami Hopes for a 1'ar- don froin tho President. On the 30tli of tho present month, unless tho court should otherwise order, tho assassin Guiteau will pay the forfeit of his tcrriblo crime on tho scaffold. Mr. Eccd, his counsel, continues his efforts in behalf of the prisoner, and Guiteau has not yet abandoned hope of being saved. When the court met in general term on Friday of last week Mr. Eeed pre sented a petition for a rehearing of tho case. Jn this petition ho says: It appears by tho record in said case, on page 1757, that the said defendant, at tho proper time during his trial in the criminal term of said court, by his attorneys, asked and prayed the court to give to tho jury an instruc tion known as prayer No. 13, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

6 THE NATIONAL TSIBUNE: WSHDSTGTOlSr, D. C, JUNE 10, 1S82. VOICES OF THE SEA. Wakeful as I lay nt night, and heard The pulsings of Uic restless sea; The moaning surges Sounded like dirges From sonic far bade eternity, "Whose spirits from the deep arc stirred. Awaking with the morning light, Again I listened to the sea; But with its surges AVc heard no dirges, fiut only life's activity; Morning di.-pclled the gloom of night. At noon I sauntered forth to view The throbbing of that living sea; Still it whs surging, IJut only urging All mean to be both strong and free; Strong in the soul, with conscience true. At closing day once more I stood. Gazing across that mighty sea; J'ar hip were sailing; The light was failing; Time, lost in immoitality, "Was the reflection of my mood. It is the mind, and not the place, Our mood, and not a varying voico Thai fills with sadness, Or thrill with gladnc-s A soul whoe- one great ruling choice Reflects in all things its own face. A SOCIETY BABD. ""Wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TPJBUSTE: WASHINGTON", J). C, JUNE 10, 1882. BLUEBELLS. Ah mc ! how many years have flown, Since I, "who wander now nlone. That April morning stood "With my one friend beneath the trees, "While wonderful wild harmonics IJnng through the bluebell wood. The year was young, the world was sweet, Our hearts were young, and leant to greet The gladness of the day; No cloud was on the April sky, We laughed aloud, scarce knowing why, Along the woodland way. And like a carpet on the ground, The azure blucliclls all around In fair profusion grew. Among the flowers 1 sat me down, And wove my friend a dainty crown Of tender blossoms blue. I placed the circlet with delight Ujon her forehead smooth and white ; The azure of her eyes Slight put to shamo the bluest flower That ever grew in sheltered bower Beneath the softest skies. Ah mc, my friend, my one dear friend ! Our pleasant Spring-time had an end, Wc left the fairy ways. The mystic paths of sweet romance, The girlish round of so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TrBTJOTE: WASHINGTON, D. C., JUNE 10, 1SS2. OUR. SOLDIERS' COLUMN. WHAT CONGRESS SHOULD DO, AND HOW TO DO IT. Soldiers Preparing lo Opornto with IJallots nsICnVolitally astlioj Did in tholmltle Field with l.ullet A Congress man's Reply to a Comrade's In quiry Other Good Tilings Prom tlie "Roys." "WHAT COXCREf-" PHOCJ.I) IX). To tho Editor Xatioxat, Trihuxk: Every honest soldier feels tinder obligation to good old Dan Voorliccs, Ingalls. Vest, Alli son, and their associates in the Senate, (Beck excepted,) and to lioseeranfi, Bingham, Curtin, Lc Fcvrc, Bragg, and others in the House, for their interest in the welfare of the soldiers, hut how long will these men allow the bar of limitation to stand, which deprhes thousands of worthy soldiers of the same benefits their comrades arc receiving under act of January, 7fl? Gentlemen, it is your duty to extend the law, and treat every boy in blue alike. Sol diers, you who arc interested and deprived of your rights under the law a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

- -fk y-x. rvi-r, 'SxTH KxS VI1 MBy'mrawfefTfe ''J i ii J Ml 1 i " -? a .O a 'r-Viv--fc-Z i"WBte i-rrr.i: vtNl w-ni7rr v?i j&l. ??.if&-r CZrr - - .r.in -'y . :v- 4a i - y ir.i '- il O-a 1 X- c &7i&nf7 :xd-MM ? t -.tfi , -iaSr; - w: .?:-"V ;: a -"i "esrsrvis - iSasSSa" &- 'C. w- - - JJ" "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77. WASHHSTGTOlSr, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1S82. NEW SERIES. VQJj-1., X- 44. v-f:fsfv mJVA.':&v -i ; vi w My nu irsi. 4 sj fi' "a w n w j!-1-' ,i h a' -im i i i vv a w jt-riu t .. rv.i . i-.usi,jj-7,7-3i ltaV v coi .i res a v s s.ji h u cai -- zst- -i, & flynAzf i,;Av?Awjyr,c?vi'-. -' i ns- T T (ft, T W-ll;1SaF!err2Kkr"3 : Jt, Vtm.-I.TJir-iSXrEi rrriJS' , ';ViMSlil:fei!asSS;'i?. i- naaaiKLi aiUAatm TW-a- c. 2i- xxwuvzijs,, -r.&- - a , z.-a&ts r 9"' rvrtiJ -j- wj w-..iiff?iKt,.w 'U',i i'awBvw-t-i.jvi, ...,-. . BBr -k "r-t. i m- i i :r-xw -r. r- -i m . i i try.".-' j .--.- a n. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

V r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 17, 1882. X LTSCHIN6 OF A BOY. A PRECOCIOUS MURDERER SWUNG UP BY A MINNESOTA MOB. A Scene or Savage Tnicxcf-t in the Early loiniii aiuonliglit A Confct.-ioji or lb5 Terrible Crin Executions in Virginia, Imliuii Terri tory ami Te.vas. John Tribbetts, a lad of fifteen years, was lynched by a mob at Perham, Minn., on the Sth instant, after having confessed himself guilty of a double murder in which ho alono participated. A special telegram gives the following particulars of tho remarkablo crimo and the swift vengeance that overtook the precocious criminal : Tribbotts was brought to rerharn on Thursday morning anil taken before a magistrate, but little was done, as the princi pal witnesses worn twenty miles distant, and Marshal Pottir.gill Avent after them. All day people were gathering in the streets and dis cussing the propriety of lynching tho young fiend. Towards nightfall tho sentiment be came more pronounced, in fact almost unani mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

i "T ir- THE ATIOSTAL TBIBUKE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE' 17, "1882. .TV-JT- ,.' NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT. THE PROGRAMME OF FESTIVITIES AT THE BALTIMORE REUNION. Arrangements for the Reception and Enter tainment of the Delegates ami Visitors. The Distinguished Guests The Blno and the Gray in the Grand Parade. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, June 15. While the popular interest that attaches to the- coming military display incident to the Grand Army National Encampment will attract thousands of visitors from all over tho country, yet this is the least important result that will ho attained through the medium of the coming demonstration. The reunion of cx-soldiers ot hoth armies, serving as it will to more effectually cement in bonds of friendship the peoplo of the North and South, will bo hailed with universal delight and cannot but bo, regarded as an im portant epoch in the history of the Nation. For the first time since the close of tho war, upon tho occasion of a Nation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

iy-&Y1 - s- ag-gpfi-yg; ; ii$!rWW,w2 -y- a , - y 5" o,?rt?'' '" Trji' r " "4v!ftV 7 ' THE 2TATIQNAX, TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. a.'ffUNE 17, 1S82. -r --nfj.' Sgff&tf &?&&g 'V War'' 'i'HE Matiohal tkibune (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. To care for wm who has dowe the battle, and foh KIS VibJ' AWO ORPHANS." ADSAHAW LINCOLN. rrn3 to Subscribers I'nyiible in Advance: (postage prepaio) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES " $1.50 - 6.23 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - 7 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-up of ciua,) 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of oun PAPEn seht free ok be- OUC8T. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING FOR'newrD upon afpucatioh. J53-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL A3 FRESCNT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. S-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 sy mai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

i THE NATIONAL TKXBUKE: WASHING-TON, D, 0., JUNE 17. 1882. GOOD NEWS FOR THE BOYS THE BILL TO EQUIP THE PENSION BUREAU PASSED BY THE HOUSE. Brighter Prospects for Claimants How the Force will lie Distributed An Im portant Measure That Has Been Too Xong Delayed Belief to be Afforded at Last. Several weeks ago The National Tribune announced, in advance- of any other journal published in tho country, tho interesting fact that tho Committee on Appropriations had agreed to report a hill largely increasing the force in tho office of the Commissioner of Pen sions, and also providing for an increased cler ical forco in tho Surgeon-General's and Adjutant-General's Offices, in order to facilitato tho work of examining tho pending claims of ex soldiers and sailors. Wo also expressed tho opinion that tho mcasuro would he passed by Congress and tho relief so long needed he at last furnished. That we foreshadowed accur ately the action of Congress is now shown by the bill passed by tho House of R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

V 6 THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., JUNE 17, 1882. T-VT" OlT'- THE SUNSET KOUR. When through the jjilewny of tlio west A flood of golden light is prct"cl, Ami lirillinnt colon hlciiflmsr lyc The jylowiisjj nrches of the sity : "When 'ihoc stealing on th- ir Awnkc' my soul U silent prayer: At tliis loved hour pi-ccdm;; even, 31 y heart villi rapture turns to heaven. There is a Foothing, holy spell In this sweet hour, I love to well; It tpoalcsof rest beyond the tomb, In fairer cliino, whose fadeless bloom 2Co breath of time can ever blight With noxious winds or damps of night ; Wheie. like the radiant sunlight streaming, Ajc rays of glory ever beaming. At sunset time, when cloud of gold Like banners bright, their ftirla unfold; "When gorgeous hues dissolve ami blend, And soft shades to the landscape lend, "Tis then my spirit owns the power Breathed o'er it by the quiet hour. And fancies through the western portal II gains a glimpse of realms immortal. A VERY PRETTY SKETCH. "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

THE STATICXtfAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JTJ2PJ 17, 1882. t -t-r t- - t ; ! -l -' WANTING. Under the mighty headland tho -wavelets laugh and leap, The sunny breeze blows over the seas soft as an infant's sleep; The butterflies over the clovercd hill flutter in mazy dance, The viewless lark in the deep blue arc sings to the radiance, And all below and all above Is sweet as hope and pure as love; "But ah," sighed the maiden, " the sunshine is dim, And the gladness is wearisome, wanting him 3 " "Cndcr the mighty headland tho mightier rollers crash, As they break asunder in foam and thunder, and their crests in ominous flash Gleam in the steel-gray distance, and the winds in furious sweep Waken the waves in their deepest caves, and the voice of the angry deep Kolls full ami far, over sand and scar, Jn the glory ami grandeur of nature's war. "But nh," sighed the maiden, "the glory is grim, Tho grandeur is ominous, wanting him ! " Over the mighty headland, over the heaving sea, From the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 June 1882

yvw-sfti -3T3 - jy atJ.'K5?r3! --serfr'' 'wwj!w,3SaFjwsJJ?' f$s gy'yy yMaagffff'r'rWlr-'' THE NATiOlSffiL TRIBTJOTE: WASHUfTG-TON, D." C, JHN3S.'17, 1882. !---- - W ODE SOLDIERS' COLUMN. A SHOWER OF SHOT AND SHELL ALL ALONG THE LINE. A CInss of Soldiers that Demand Kccogni lion "The j;oys" Keeping an Eye ou Their Representatives in Con gressA Parody on Jns tico and Equity. jyCAPKD UNION PRISOXKKS. To the Editor National Tkiisunk: There is a class of soldiers, and their number is small, who have never received from the Government any recognition for the extraordi nary services they did beyond what was ordi narily expected of a soldier. The class I am referring to were soldiers who were confined in confederate pricons during the war. and after waitiug and waiting, and saw no probability of exchange or parole, planned and executed daring escapes ; and finally, after many hard ships, reached the Union lines and rejoined the army again. Those soldiers when prisoners were of no benefit to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 June 1882

1 "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1882. NEW SERIES . Y-1., N- 45. ESTABLISHED 1S77. RAISING THE SIEdE, STORMING LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN A BATTLE ABOVE TEE CLOUDS THE VETERANS OF THREE ARMIES UNDER "FIGHTING JOE HOOKER." The Fourth, Twelfth, and Fifteenth Array Corps on tho War Path They Scnle tho Steep Siopo Of Lookout ia tho Face of a Storm of Bullets and Flnnt tho Stars and Stripes Upon Its Crest. .Explanation, o Jfinp : 1 Month of Cliiokaninu- 7 Sunnncrlown. jra Kivcr. 8 Mnccnwi Point. 2 Railroad Tunnel. 9 Orchard lvtmb. 3 ChntLinoojjn. 10 WiHinms's Island. 4-4 Brown's Ferry. 11 l!o-villo. 5 Wauhatchie 12 Crawford Springs. 6 Craven House, The departure of Longstreet's corp, in cluding Buckner's division, from the line of investment at Chattanooga, reduced the army of General Bragg on the 2od of No vember to 32,700, infantry and artillery. The confederate army consisted of two corps, commanded' by Generals Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 June 1882

THE NATIOTSAL TJtlBnimJWAOTTW- IP- O., J?pl 24,.a 1,882. ill l wwml"Wli nfc 1'iwiwiwipn i iiim.iiimIi ! mi niw. il iiw i i ii ! iy 1w"" TT1"" " 7 ?-' " a cern us. "With happy forethought tlie bands and drum corj)s had been instructed to play quick marching time (G-Sths), and there was ns a consequence nono of that painful lag ging which so frequently characterizes tho movements of large bodies. Naturally the military companies which composed the first division had for tho spectators the greatest attraction, and indeed they pre sented a dazzling appearance in their showy uniforms, and marched., as a whole, with the precision of veterans. The Fifth Regiment, Maryland National Guards, the crack mili tia regiment of the South, turned out nearly its full complement of men, and in its summer uniform of dress coat and while pants, made the finest display in the line. Hut after all. the chief feature of tho parade was the imposing array of uniformed Posts of ihe Grand Army in the second div...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. O., JUNE 24, 1882. It has hitherto met in "Washington and in leading cities of the north, and yet I know that throughout all the reunions there has never been a broader nor more generous welcome extended the niembeTSOf the Order than that which greeted them in Baltimore. Applause. On the other hand he believed that the last vestage of animosity that ex isted on the part of the Grand Army men against the men who met them on the field worthy foes of cur Steel had been oblerated. Cheers, "We come among you now as the representative of an organization, 100,000 strong, and we do not forget Maryland's hiBtory in the wars that preceded the late unhappy strife. The Grand Army of the Republic is an army of peace. "We must have peace even if we have to fight for it, and we feel sure that if this fair land is menaced by danger that the men of Maryland and Massachusetts tho men of tho North and South will bo found standing shoulder to shoulder in the defense...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 June 1882

- " i V 7-V. 4 THE STATION AJLi TEIBOTTE: WASOTGTOK, Do C., JUKE 24, 18S2. pHE IJATIOHAL TfilBOHK (Estabusheo 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY,. TO CAflC FOfl Hid WHO HAS DOSNE THE BATTIE, AND FOB H!SVVKJIf AM) OfifHAN." ABRAHAM LlKCOLN. Terms to Sulscribei-s, I'Hynfole in Advance: (PCSTAOE PBEPAIO) ONC COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES " $1.50 - - - G.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ON'E COPY SIX MONTHS - 7f TEN COPIES, (with DCTHA copy to gctteb-up of club.) - 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of oun paper seijt it.ee on re- CtltST. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING ruHKiSHro upon appucatsson. 3-TO SUBSCRIBERS. When changing YOUR ADDRESS FLEA5E GIVE TORV.ER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. srTAKE 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 yoik is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be rost surely avoided if these directions are followed. 43-no responsibility is assumed fo...

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