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First of all, the great subjects of living interest, like the Cuban Question and Alaska Gold Fields, as they come up, are treated with a fullness and accuracy found in no other paper. We publish at the Capital of the Nation, the very fountain source for news and information.

New pension ralings (of great importance this year) appear first, and often exclusively, in this paper. Keep posted. It may “put money in thy purse." All the old features and departments will be kept up and improved.

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE is now publishing

Charles A. Dana's Letters. Mr. Dana was the personal representative of President Lincoln and Secretary Stanton in the field, and wrote fully about men and things without fear or favor.

The American Conflict. By Horace Greeley. The most trenchant review of the events of the war period extant. A complete history.

Fighting Them Over. Brief stories of thrilling incidents con-
tributed by soldiers themselves.

The Forbes War Pictures. The truest and most spirited sketches
of army life produced by any artist of the war.

Uncle Snowball. Passonal Rekolleysbuqs.of an Army Cook. A
series of inimitable sketches depicting the ludicrous side of camp life.

Napoleon and His Marshals. By J. T. Headley. Illustrated.
Historic Homes of Washington. By Mary S. Lockwood.
Public Buildings of Washington. By Kate B. Sherwood.

Klegg as a Veteran. One of the most popular stories.
“ Three Months in the Confederacy.” By Col. (now Lieut..

Fremantle, of the British Army:
A Hunting Trip on the Amazons. By Dr. J. H. Porter.
The following, among other things, will appear in future at an early date :

The Story of Paul Jones. By Augustus Buell, anthor of "The
Cannoneer." This writer needs no introduction, as his place in the regards
of the readers of THE NAT'ONAL TRIBUNE is established.

A Loyal Home Worker Abroad. By Elsie Pomeroy McElroy.
Th's will be a series of letters from Europe by this gifted yung writer.

Inside of Rebeldom. By Dr. J. P. Cannon. Arrond installment
of this graphic narrative, going back to the beginning of tar war.

The Truth of History. This will be the actual history of the war,
drawn from official sources, told in an interesting way, and set in opposition
to a fall presentation of the rebel side of the story.

Battle Days of the Roundheads. A sketch of the famous
buth Pa. By J. R. Holibaugh.

The Brady War-Views. From photographs taken during the war.
The Santa Fe Trail in the Old Days, and A Journey to
the Manitoba Country in 1849, both by Gen. John Pope.

A File of Infantrymen. By John McElroy.


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