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

UXftlffttV -JMi-Jtifc! 1 wpsiWW' WKMttM M, - !' If i ' '(I'l ,ill M ; - -j.-4UUJ MM AM)- .Aiv vMUVUt)to JMEM ' '' v,1" J. f It: 1. s;'5 ' E?'. wr. y ll-h W- y m, .' &: ft't j$ w ottmiit devoted to the inter enta of the goldhns und janitors of the lute war, and all .gcimoncni of the 'United tnie. Itoulishtid by The FATIONAI, TRIBUNB COMPANY Vol. II, Ko. 3. WASHDraTOH", D. 0., MARCH, 1879. .( TEBJJS, FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR. Specimen Oortic? sent Fret on Hon ties t BUMacydlng to Aet oUongrttt, in theytar uotir LerJ, tS7(?Li the Offi.c o(h Libra, tan oCmgrtii, at Vathhtgton, D. C. i sfJ'--5 L"Tho Vntln of Buttery ." Houth Mountain towered on our right;" Far off tho river lay, And tjver on tho wooded height, We held their linea at bay. At lost, tho muttering Runs were stlU Tho day died slow and wan ; At Inst the gunners' tdpos did fill, '.' Thc sergeant's yarns began. : When as the wind a moment blew Asldo tho fragrant flood, " ' ' Our briar-wodds raised within our view A little maiden...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 March 1879

18 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. " )i I' h I! ''II tt : & ," ,i j ! 1 t i-: ,1 U ; J! a it 1 V '"t hi h i'4 v .1, Extracts from the Eomorks of Messrs. Thurmnu, verted upon in this body. My opVositiOh to fchiy mcasuro w. "ij. -m, ,,'i r i. --- - h" inivi ntwm tin mnt. t.mi. n.r nrnniRn n-nv nm vitv p.v- ! j. i ... . - I' . Gordon, and Voorhoes, bri tU6 ambulatory Court Bill. Potisionors' Por- ltr. INGALLS. Unci that-powor? Mr. SHIELDS. tionil thoro-it i. mder what section docs the Sonator r Hill tt Look nt that, air, pointing to a sec- Thon thoy can nave these pension era to the MIL TllrlLMAN. Mr. TilUUMan. Mr. President, 1 necessity of economizing time, llmi know ho well th6 Shall occupy but a ' . . i... .. ji. ... n..i!,. r i.i. c. .... vftrv (.w miniuCH Oi uiu luu-imiuii ui uiiu oujumu. ' .... . n 1 .1 . t !... 11 1 .....1 ...! -.".. - . . . . ... ... 1. It is said that irauiuuom cianus a to hiiuwuu, imu vim- tary ol tno interior may appoint, without limit as to nuiu is estimates arc ...

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

tr i i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Ah 19 IK' Wr- i: re.-.- m- l'&? I ft'1- Ktv-. r- fc. Et 9 ft guilty! 1 tfbiiy the logic and T dofiy Ilu! jirHtice Of any such inference. ' v ' '' Beside Senators Xhurman, Voor.licc&, Gorpbn, Shields and Edmunds, others opposed the bill, with much ability. The vote on its passages-note the names, soldiers was as follows : Yeas, 28. Anthony, Bailey, Booth, Bruce, Burnsido. Cameron of Pa., Cameron of Wis., Chandler, Davis of U( . vni v Mill. W . v?i I inn n id hvumm? I Inrntnrrf l-Iv.v -mwi lnrrn.1 Iu - trlulli r. t i VrJrn r Arzzr :L r : '.. "KIT loading uue ivuuugg, xyu'kwoou, luoiumuii, xhotuiowb, iuoiTiii, rim- Stiniiard UUUIl. X ilbLUIHUll. IVUHHlb, QilLlItHlli OilllllUUlSS IU1WJ, .IU-Ii. i.i, ' v i iiuui uiuuru As usual, Stannard and I kept together, and were peer ing auxiously into tho thick "bushy tree tops about us, whon suddenly came a shot from a tree directly in our roar, which we had carelessly passed by. Stannard gave a start with some...

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

20 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r. i r-' I. ! a B ) ft It :; rr. 3)t- rrs5L. . Swwwimo T Reorganization of tho Poneion Office. No ono thing is more noedod in the way of legis- , lation than tho thorough reorganization of this im portant bureau. This office disburses every yoartho sum of .$80, 000,000. It investigates, or should investigate, thou sands of cases some of the most delicate and diffi cult nature. It has to determine questions of law, iiiinalinne aT ntTirL.ti i mwl-iAnn C ...,. .3 M.!1!i -T POSTAGE PREPAID, uwuiw.i v-i "uviuw, 4uu01.1un.-j ui uiuuiuuivy vi nrt ,r HnftVnni. - ftf!na ' n"""" v"" VI whiim vi wumiuiit) mm Ul Five Copies " - ' $2 00 wl'tnossos Questions of medical science, tho most Tnn inninfl rwif.h nvt.rn nfthir fcn rAfctftv.im "''""' vw,, muvui uipiuAUU uiu ..U UUVU y Tl -V ..-,- I'J "' Jg !.. J Washington, D. C, March, 1879. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. of Olub,) 4.00 mjnd of an examining officer ; yet it is singularly ill -n riv . i m . r provided w...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 21 r''. &. ft.. W.: iv... &' &:. 11 w : it Pension Attorneys and Claim Agents. It is astonishing what an amount of dirty clap trap tolerably decent men will indulge in, if they think it will carry a pet project. Latoly tho newspapers are full of this, and men of high place in Congress and m office have de scended from their high estate to make cheap capital by indiscriminate abuse of tho classes nnnied at the head of this article. The battle is over, the smoke has blown away, the passions of tho hour ought now to be cool. Let us consider this thing calmly and dispassionately. In the first place, then, a man just has as good a right to be a pension attorney as he has to be Com missioner of Pensions or Senator or Representative, and if he does honestly and fairly his duties to his clients and his country, he is equally as respectable and entitled to as much consideration as any other man in any other oflice or duty. If he fails to do his duty by his c...

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

Pi i 22 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. i '., fef m ki.i N ?.M .ilf.' nil: : If! if ! . '?: 'I; -i K HR f rrc f. w ' 3H i &i ji i' I, f '' JJ -r if i i 1 ' 4 r 11 id- if m t i 1 t J la1 w. i' & ft IP if - !il f & i 1 ' i I 'I (1 ' 1 'f ury groan, as the basis of tho immediate couvorti- hility of tho greenback, and thus upset tho estab lished relative values of coin and paper. , Tho Now York papers, and noticeably our name sake, tho " Tribune' wore full of all manner of dole- ful predictions. Coupled with those, and as another element against making the appropriation, was tho fact of the expected reduction of revenue by tho passage of the act reducing tho tax on tobacco. All these things considered, it did require some strength of conviction, some firmness in the right, to press the appropriation to its final passage, and our (Kariks arc due to the men, Democrats and Republi cans, who did their duty so fearlessly. " Senator Jngalls, of Kansas, the Chairman of the Pension Committee ...

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

I It ffHEi , NATIONAL fJRIBipE. 23 i I,, -' 352 SOS k ' rrw r U ' V Gr ft5 jEw SS'Ti l-TO ;& & ir 15 r f P ffiotttcftponbcnte' Column. , A. PL ?., I'ot Bkasoii, TKNNKBBKis.-Inforni us why you woi-o propped from tho rolls and wo shall bo able lo ansyror your j,ia G 0ttlcnAS,8R it.likoib. Writo to tho Commissioner of the General Lund Oflloo for tho information you dosuo; also for "ifwihvuro furnished transportation in kind, you cannot draw oomuntution money tor same; also no travol ullowaneo would b GiS! V?) IIoustoj,', Tux. Tho mother's claim for pension has priority to tho father' ; tho father has no titto to pension while tho ""SlSfiuA'. U. Ojikumx O.-0nly the children or a soldier who wore undov sixteen years or ago at tho tlato of his death, aro entl- Ui?A.fNA8UnVILT.K, TJWS.-YOtt ttTO IlOt . Ctltltlod to COmpCllSIU lion for clothing and valuables lost In bnrtlo or taken from you WKSL:Sc:VaA.-BI8ablllty contracted in the one nun drl days' service entitles lo pcuslon, sumo...

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

24 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. -& -t ""hm,. lu u " t i 1 L Foil TihV TniBUKnf. iPirst Epistle of John to John Jamee. , 1. John, of Oujscan, to his well beloved brother John Jamos, -who sitteth in the front Beat of tlio great Sanhedrim. 2. Graco be unto thco, John James, and mayost thou partake richly of many blessings : 8. And bo not a partakor of my woes and deep tribu lations. 4. For I am sorely burdened, yea deoply afflicted, with tho care of tho warriors of Iho nation. 5. Yea, I am at my very wit's end, to so.?k the way in Tfhich I should walk. 0. And often do I yoarn to bo again in Ouiscan, where 1 was pleader boforo the judges. 7. For by day I know no peace, and "by night I am troubled, with dreams. 8. And these sights and dreams are of ovil spirits, called clamagents, 9. Who arc found in all the chief cities and. villages of tho land. 10. And 1 have prayed constantly, yet am not delivered from their torments. 11. Thou well knowest, brother, that, seeking thy aid, 1 did strive w...

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

I II mi m ir ft' ; t i W' !..- -v Wri ' ',; far- I1.!". - lii L m SSlo'ifhh, jrwnia dmMtoUu interests of the gatdimi md gibn of the kte war, amf a emioners of the glnited ghfyj. Published b.y Tho NATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY Vol. II, No. 4. WASHINGTON. D. 0.. APRTL. 1879. terms, fifty obntspeb year. A.rf irf-ru- j .. ' Specimen Copies sent Free on Request. """ a6trrdin tAtf9ru,, inthtar of our Lord, W3, in tft. Office oths Mr, tan ofthnaru,. at muhtntum, n. a. 4 W Tho Shore of Tennessee. Movo my arm-chair, faithful Pomp or In tho sunshine, bright and strong, 1 or this world Is fading Pompov, Massu won't bo with you long ; And I fain would hoar tho south wind Bring once more tho sound to mc Of tho wavelets gontly breaking On tho shores of Tennessee. Mournful though tho ripples murmur, As they still tho story tell, Now no vessels float tho kannkii That I loved eo long and wkle, : 1 shall llston to tho music Dreaming i hat again I see, An? AND Strives on sloop and shallop Sailing up tho Te...

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

26 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. "; i lij 'fo 1 i- j i, i . it IM i. f $ ' fa' ft w MEXICAN VETERANS. all-over Moxieo woro as well protected during tho Amori- Sir, 1 thank iho Senate for tho kind attontlon which has m occupation as thoy had over boon bolero or liavo boon j boon bestowed on mo and for tho courtesy of permitting SillCO. I Hliv lilrthnr. nnd 1 tfnv if .mi llm luMini' rC n iiiini i nn f mulin ..,!. .. i..w,ni. .!.: . i i. i i.i.i. 2 ana i am noc sure out that tho moL committed fowor of fenses than tho same number of hum living in civil life HAW 111 fll1 TTlllfilrl Sf-ntno ,f A .....! T .... -1 why, I will tell you. It was, first, discipline ; and, sec ond, not speaking of tho commanding officers, who wore tho best America could furnish, (not including mysolf, of course, but speaking of tho rank and Itle,) they wore sim ple, honest, bravo, manly, gonorous, and humano. It is said thoro aro about ton thousand of them still loft, and 1 ported speedily. Hecdnt Postoffice Rulings. We...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 27 m ? I ft Is !'!.' fo S.j. I': u y i Jr Ei fe "Passing Away." A lady in Dakota Territory sends us a beautiful notice of the departure from earth nf a noble man. The account, at once so touching, will, we know, be appreciated by many a brave and true soldier: L. B. HOPKINS. We I o record anothor Twain's Wondorful Horso. "Gentlemen, this liorso of mine was tough-bitted, and he wont so fast that I had to guido him by oleetrioity had to have wire lines and koep a battery in the wagon all the time in order to stop him." "Why didn't you stop him by hollering who-a?" I asked. "Stop him by hol loring who-a I Why, I could n't holler loud enough to make that horse hear mo. lie traveled so fast that no sound over reached him from behind. He went faster than tho sound, sir. Holler who-a, and he'd he in tho next town before tho sound of your voice could roach tho dash-board. 'Travel fast ?' I should sav ho could. "Why, I once start- ficing lover of his country, and a mart...

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

Rf-. 28 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. HMMMtfMMMilMMMtfiM .li.Jil lil.l - ii ,rj t.YA . . i I v 'v Wi 1 ' R fe t ! M.' i ' ,, &' CbrlfcK? . . Washington, D. 0., April, 1879. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PREPAID. OiiO copy One Year . - - 50 Cents l?ive Copies, " $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gettor-up ofOlub,) 1.00 For every fifteen subscribers we receive from any party we will forward our "National Tribune Clock " free, said party paying express charges. Ho 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 number of our paper sent free, on re quest. Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. B. See our article in another column in reT gard to forming clubs to procure " Tiie National Tribune clock," in combination with Tiie Na tional Tribune. To Subscribers, When changing your address please give former a well as present address, xoith Oounty and SUUe. EST CVaJce Notice. In send...

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

tf w -i r -voit lit ''' ' 'i t V 1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 29 K ift i, i K ' m ..." 'T- 'iwii WW liil Hull il, I , ..i i ! ' ml I M" MHmiWWI mWMWiilWii i.!-. id. , jim , tlM ., lull JlWiWlillmln. .WWIMIIIIWMiwwwWpW 111 MWii. W i-M . . leep it boforo the People. Tints f6r interest on the public debt since the com mencement of the war, from 186L to the end of the fiscal year of 1 SIS, the sum of $1,107,973,709.95 was paid to the bondholders, while the pensions paid were 375,721,523.80. Interest to bondholders $1,707,973,709 95 Pensions to soldiers 375,721,523 80 , I, Ofc . . Excess paid bondholders 1,332,262,186 15 And the bondholders got their interest, too, in gold worth a large premium, while the soldiers were paid in currency. Now suppose the soldiers were all to set up a claim that they were entitled to stand on the same footing with bondholders ; that the debt contracted with them was and is payable in the same kind of funds, what a shout of derision we should bear from Jay Gould'...

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

30 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ,1 i: ti it , i I I i W ' w: h s ( US is rt& i 1 1 iS fl . v a ' rl ...... Of service. doduelliigull United Slfitoa bounty already reeoived. QtOVVC013OHUCHt0 (&01UUIU Wo 1,C,P "a present Congress will MSri tho tiquultoutlon JJill. T 1 AV.lv tl.. 11 AVSviT.i.K. Onm. 1st. Tbnsn who nnllatml Kultsc Mrg. M. A. Q Los anohuos, qAiJruhNiAThopenafen anuii. cd to, an disabled sold lor during his Jlta-Urne cannot, To in oranSod after Ills death. If you lmvo drawn $8 ft month pension from tho date of your huwbund'a donlh, mid.huvo no ohlldren by the soldier who arc under alx;oon (16) year of ago, you reooivo tlio full Amount allowed y ww P. V. O.. IlAT.l.OOK. ILLINOIS. IJ. w HtMl Wits inu my tn smmim. tUllO WU0I1, pirtCO Wlioro, una OU'P nf Vni.n xrnr binrnnscd ?-A. May 1, 1894. Private's pny inartiuory ' nttegod disability wns contracted. 3d. nnii htfiuitrv was Increased from 18 to $10 a inontlt ; corporal fi j to un attornoy for prosecuting a pons . iin i iio...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 31 i. p: v kf IV K t-W P &f-- ?' EH-, IV1.! Vi 1.48 List of the Battles of the' War of the Rebellion. Wo continue in this number tlio publication of an alpha betical list of tlio Battles of the War of the Rebellion, from authentic Hourcos, r,o b ? coutlnuocl lieroaftor, It will bo pleasant, we hope, for the old soldiers to see again the naniQtf and dates of battles fn which they or their friondg I took part. PbAOK. Henderson, s Mill. Hondrlok'fl ;.. Henry town Hfirniltugo . Hernando ....'.. ivft Pratt, falvin E., lata brigadier immoral of volunteers, at $80 ptfiinonth froin March 8, 1870. Putnan; Dnuiol C late of Company A, Twenty-fourth Missouri olunlocrH, from March 1, 1370. Heed, ilillor L.. lato private Battery K, First if. S. A.r-. billow, fom February 7. 1879. Heyneds?, William, lato private Company U, Thirteehth TndiaiinVoluntoor Cavalry, from March B, 1870. Riloy James, lato private Company D, Fourth U. S. Infant from March 1, 1879. Kobrts, Elizabet...

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

32 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Spaoial Annotmoomaut to all Our 3Trincl8. A5T IOWA MQCTC&& WH!EM Eleren Sons in the U. S. AftflsMfclittt llooord. TIm rwvml of Matory probably contain no more remark Mt example of patriotic deration than that to Uiali MtahMictt kjnude in the letter whfrh follow. The mJtlfo of fhvMi boy, all of whom have eervecl full term in tbe uaion army, and ten of whom have boon honorably ! tkfciged or killed in action, jietlUona the Sooretary of War that the eleventh son. now serving a re-enlistment, may be discharged from the regular n.rtnyt in order to be n " prop and support " to his mother's rapidly declining year. Tho letter fiells lis own sfeorv : War Diepahtmhst, WAsmiNOTON Orrv, I). C, Fob. 1, 1870. The Hmu Ar. U. During Ilmm of Edprmnt4dim : Sim; J havo considered the petition of Mrs. ISUxnbotfh Up rlgll, of Butlor County, Iowa, praying' tho discharge from fell military sorvlco of her son , N. M. Morohnnt, Battory B. 4th Artillery, whioh petition was pro...

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

J Qlonthhj gonmnl devoted to the inter tutu of the goldfors and ni!oM of the htte mtr, mid nil ftmmoncrs of the United gtnteg. 'Published OMPlKV.-110'5- WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAT, 1879. TEEMS, FIFTY GENTS PER YEAR. Specimen Oopies sent Free on Request. NATIONAL TBIBUNB Entered according to Act oGongreit, In the year oour lord, i813, in tht 0$zt of the Llbrai tan oCongreis, at Washington, , 0. s V t 4 V lw ft . .- K uU WilT. WW w-y-'i- ? && .' j, miT" vVt.f mr ' S r re. Pi P 1 SB BE r.f VMl?. - f A3 s - ft God BIgss Our Soldiers. "God DleS3 our orlpplotl soldiers ! in whoso SCarrod forms to-day Wb rond tho prloo whloh froomen for froodom dared to pay, Whoso ompty sluovos, and orutohos. remind ns of tlio debt! Whteli novor oan bo canaollod, which wo novor can forgac. Oh, boys who fucod death for us ! oh, boys who saved our land ! Cluonehlng, with your own life-blood, fioroo treason's flaming fr.&Sbrand, Tho thoujrht of all your suffering, the pain, and loss, you know, And tho...

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

34 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. H sioro mm. " Welcome, most wploomo to my hoart, dearest Wild- ," ho oxclaimod, " I can no longer woloomo you to my beonmo a ponanco. A walk was proposed, and wonry of that was once mino. I am now horo only on suflbr horsolf, sltevglndly became ono of the pnrty. As fchoy To-morrow 1 may hnve no shelter for my head.'4 passed wifahin view of the villago oomctory. her attention " Not so." oried Wilder, "you have yofcasholtor, "tlQavohim over tho milin', major I" thoy shoulod, "Hurrah!" m Both combatants fought nobly and bled freely. Wow comes tho tug of war, lor Greek had mot Greek! They i olonchod nnd struggled fiercely thoy noarod tho railing tho Texas major had tho advantage ho availed himsolf of it. and flung his antagonist ovor; and thon, uttoring a msn: and, if his enno wan droppod, or a wnl bfmicht, ho tlvplr recent residence when Wilder Lee stood suddenly 1 knew tho roadv bund flint nrencntcri them T?r a.o. how- betoro him. evw, ovidontly and rapidly fa...

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

35, mammmmii0 tt THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. v . m- t," R" 1 SfolMcts' (Homtmmications. imuiHiOTrrMM-ilii1i null iiinii - - -i nr - i i - i ii ii - - - " " " '" " Tha Soldiers' Domand. ,ifnett by O. W. Turpontna. of Ml. Ayr, Towa, formerly of the lith Illinois Cavalry. Wo fought lu the old revolution, l?ov equal represent nt on, And wo gut nod n now constitution, -.,, Which grunted us aqual tiixntion. i if- ', ! i Jlut since our hist grout rebellion, Wqual taxation hits Hod - t And the love that belongs to tho J'aoplc Is secured by the Mantors Instouds O I whore is our equal taxation For vh oh our ancestors did light, Whoro Capital pays not a penny And Labor pays twice what Is right. - Will our country so meanly desert us, Whom wo bled for in battle army, AS to basely deny us our earnings And still give us taxos to pay f Then, Soldiers, stand up for your honor, And labor for all that is right. Lot Liberty still bo untarnished. And Justloo ne'er sutler a blight. When tho Government called ...

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

36 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r Washington, D. C, May, lS'TO. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. I'OSTAGH imUVAIS. 'One copy One Year -, - - 60 Cents Five Copies, " $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to getter-np of Club,) - - - - - - 4.00 For every fifteen subscribers wo receive from any part5- we will forward our "National Tribunb Clock " free, said party paying express charges. Ho 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 number of our paper sent free, on re quest Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. 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. E3eF To Subscribers. When changing your address please gvse for mor as wdU as present address, with Oounty and State. tW Taltc Notice. In sending money for subscrip tions by mail, never inclose t7ie currency except in a regis tered Utter....

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