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Funds for Soldiers.
Mono)' honesfcl paid is likti Iho quality or mercy
ns described by Slmksnonro:
f The quality of mercy is not. strained.
" ' 'lb flroppeUi ns tlho gentle ntin from Heaven
, " ,!, , trpcm the1 place beneath. It is tvHbe btd&wl j
, It Wcssabh him that, givos and him, that takes.
33v&ry debt paid a Union soldidr will bring' a bless
ing on ibis Government, oven as ,tho soldier is
blpiSefT in" recoiVitr the bounty. Tho following
Iptlcra, recently so,an by us, show tho Qovorninont
)8' doing a gootl work:
, , TANNBIlSVILM!, GlI.MOMC GO., WmST Va.. t
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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE.
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Mr. Lr.xrox :
Drau Suu I received mv rtonsion oliook some timo no-jn
4S0fi.73; which you procured for mo. 1 am vory much pleased
' -.s Jtt ' T m j1 1, 4 j. -
with yQur work in my bohalf.
t Ymirs respectfully,
R. 1 OUTLTP.
Bkavrxs, Sussex Co., K. J., Deo. 22, 1830.
Mr. a. K. Ijmok:
Dkaii Siu: Through your hard work, as ray attorney, I re
ceived from tho Pension Offloo $303,70. I thank you sincerely for
your services. Yours truly,
, OVUi JJKi,
15unrrNOTON, Yt., January f, 18S1.
CaptG. E. Lemon:
' r iJKA'n Sin: Allow mo to express to you my heartfelt gratitude i
'for your abltf and pcrsistonb oifbrts to soouro mo my pension- j
nnonovvninountlng to 741.66.
V ours sincerely, JOHN KELLY. '
s x MoNTOun&vn.r.s, Pa., January 7, 18S1,
Klrr Lemon ;
Jti Dear Sin : For your prompt attention in co'lecting my ponslon
Ifqclitiny duty, as well as pleasuro, to return you my sincere
thanks for i,bo service so woll performed. I recolvo, January 5,
1881, 1,G72.&3. Yours rcspooifully,
-,-,- v. . EDITH BUEEOH.
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i . , WALUSltlVEn, LTCOMtNO OOUXTY, PA ,
' January 7, 181.
Dkar Sm : I received a check from the Pension Agent nt Pitts-
JHirgii ror i,48 to, your ioo inicen ui. id mauo ono mon- happy
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BiyDehau. yours truijr,
rour able ollorts on
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A NOIIFOLK, ST. LA-VniENOB COtpfTY, X. Y.,
K l J - Januarv 9, 1831.
Mr. I.r.uohi " i
Dkai;Siii: I write to let you know that 1 received from tho
Pension Ofiioe $505.73, and 1 tlfantt youmuohns my attorney for
poeuringit. Yours respectfully, , f
' w ' Oalvin brown.
Ovjsiitsri., Miou., January 5, 1SS1.
TIr. Jjkmon- :
I DEA,SiiH: 1 liave reocivod my first payment upon tho claim
you prosecuted for me in tho Pension Oillce, il,or.3), les amount
01 your, iee, ainny limine
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selling moro than 1,000 of thorn to subscribers from
Maine to California, all of -which give satisfaction, speaks
volumes. Recommendations such as the following are
constantly boiug received J
Odeboi.t, Iowa, JSepUS, isso.
EdttOk National Tribune :
Deak Sir : I received your clock in good runniur
order. I would not take So for it. It is iust as vou record
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We give -this clock to anyone sonding us fifteen sub
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, OEKR1T II. SLOTftlAN.
' ,5 ' ' TAMAnoA, la.., January 8, 1SS1.
JJBAU.Stu: I received a pension chock for 777.91. and fnrvnm-
effoats to secure it, as my attorney, please aeeept my vorv warm
l.KM".rt Tn.....r. 4m..1 t- . -. 7w- ..
thanks. Yours truly,
H. F. JOHNS'TON.
. ; . Lkii axon, Jf. Yr., January is, 1381.
' DisAlnSini I ivcoived my'ponslon mon-y 763.29.' Very many
thauks'to you. Your grateful Mend, - '
, 1 - - FREEMAN" ALLEX.
7 ii " "TL.O0KVIIXK, FAtnpiELD Couktv, Ct., Jan.13.iS81
l)KAnSm: Acept mj sincere thanks for j-our great, kindness.
In securing my ponslon money. I received $1.307 47. - zz--Tru,y
yours, " JOHN A. RHODES.
UENTitKvn.iiE, Iowa, January 12, 1881
Mr. LiistOK : ' '
. DkabSui: I givo you my grateful thanks for prosecutinrrmy
pensioh claim to a succeBslul issue. I received $7lU60.
your friend, - JOHN CLARK.
Mr. a. E. Lkmok :
Scotlaki), Edoaii Co., III., Januarj' 8, 1881.
DkabSiu: I havo received a check from the Olilcago Ponsion
Agcnt'as my first payment, amounting to 4l.7iD.Oi Please tio out
my heartfelt tlmnk for your kindness in illiing out my paners
rtxjXLT friend and feflow-soldior.
-.. ' PEiiny, Dallas Co., Iowa, January ll, 1881.
Mr. LBsjoif : '
Dkah 'Sir': I reoeived my pension certificate for $763. Mnnv
.tli&nku for your sorrlces as my attorney.
Yours truly, , OHAJtLES E. SMITH.
Mr. GKo..E. Lkom: M"f. Wis. January 10, 18S1.
Dkak Sir: I received ray pension this a. m , amounting to
12,415.13. I tender my most Bincoro thanks, a thousand limes
Yours, very respectfully JANE A. F1NOH.
'r. Geo. E. Lemoh : ' WVUa m' 3&n 18S1'
Dbau Sir: I return you my alnoere thanks forprosecutinir mv
claim ton Buccsslul iseuo. I received checks for i. us m for
(-wrhieh I am yory much obliged to you. ' '
. Yours very truly,
JESSE M. SPOONEtt.
St. Auoustike, Fla., January 16, 1881.
Geo.4 E. Lkmon, Ebq., '
DbaiiSui: Beni. Martin desires mo to say that through your
able eirortf, as his attorney before tho Pension Qftlco ho re
ceived $3C 6.70. He tenders his warmest thanks to you.
' Tours, respectfully,
., ,, T Jkusev City, N. J., January 18, 1681.
Mr. Geo. E. Lemon : J '
WoBxnv'Sijt: 1 have received a check for two hundred and
-Blxty-two dollars and t-ixty-two cents (262.02) as first payment
and 1 mpst confess that 1 am well pleased with your management
of my claim before the Department. Please acoept my thanks.
' Yours, woll'Wishod, J
OLIVE R. DEXTEK.
lir. Lmmox :
Lutksvillk, Mo., January 24, 1881.
DxahSui; I return you my heartfelt thanku for n-otunrr m
f. I received $830.40. a J
1 '" Truly'yours,
DAVID L. PHELPS.
Rodlbtt, Pouts Co., Pa., January 26, 1881.
if r. Geo. E. Lkkon : ,
DkauSik: 1 Lave just reoeived from tho Pittsburg pension
agent $1,125 83 os pension, and certificate orpenBlon to the amount
of IB per month hereafter. PieaHo u cpnt my sineorc thanks for
tho Skill unu nroMptness you have displayed in the prosecution
of ray claim.
WJLLIAM H. HAZEN.
Capt. Lumok: ' ALDANY Ul" 3 1881
faiK: I haye reoeiYod my ponslon check for 1,168.20. Manv
thanks for your able services in my bohalf. ' '
u Xcuri rePootflly, ,, .,
U,KO. A. HILL.
If wounded, injured, or havo contracted any?dIscaso, how
over slight tho disability, apply at onoe. Thousands Qntitlod.
Widows, minor children, dependent mothers1, fathers, ana
minor brothers and slstors, in tho ordor named', are entitled.
War of 1818.
All surviving offlcors ami soldiers or this war, whother in tho
military or naval service of the United States, who sorved
fourteen (14) days ; or, if In a battlo or skirmish for a lcss
period, and tho widows of suoh who have not remarried, aro
entitled to a pension of eight dollars a. month. Proof of loy
alty is no longor required in those claims.
Increase o Pensions.
Pension laws are moro liberal now than formerly, and many are
now entitled to a higher rato than they rocoive.
From and and after January is$l. I shall mako no charges for
my services In claims (or increase of pension, where no now disa
bility Is alleged, unless successful In procuring the increase
Restoration to FcnsSon Roll.
Pensioners who havo boon unjustly dropped from tho ponslon
roll, or whoso names havo been stricken therefrom by reason of
failure to draw their pension for a period of three years, or by rea
son of rc-onlistnrent. may havo their nonslons renewed lv o.nrrn.
' sponding with this houso.
from one regiment or vssel and enlistment in another, is not
a bar to ponslon in casos whero the wound, disease or injury was
incurred while in thoservlco of tho United States and in the lino
Survivors of all wars from noO&TMarch 3, 1855, and cortain heirs
are entitled to one hundred and sixty acres of land, If not. already
received. SoldlorB of tjholato war not eptitlod.y - t-n i
Laud warrants purchased for cash at tho highest market rates,
and assignments porfectcd. ' ' f
Correspondence invited ( t
Prisoners of War.
Ration money promptly collected.
Amounts due collected without unnecessary delay. Such clainiD
cannot bo collected without the furlough.
Horses 3Lost in Service ,?;
Claims of this character promptly attended to. Many claimafofi
thircharacter have been erroniously rejected. Corrosnori&onco
In such cases Is respectfully Invited.
' anil Pay.
Collections promptly made.
Property taken by tnc Army in States
not in Insurrection.
Claims of this oharaclor will roctdvo special attention, providod.
they were filed beiore January 1, lhSO. If not tiled prior to that
dato they aro barred by statute of limitation.
In addition to the abovo we rtroseoutn -mUltm-p ort f.-ri
j claims of every description, procure Patents, Trade-marks,
Department, and all tho
Copyrights, attend to business before tho General Laud Office
and other bureaus of the Interior Denartmont. and nil tho
departments of the Government.
We Invito correspondence from nil Interested, assuring them
of the utmost promptitude, enorgy, and thoroughness in all
matters intrusted to our hands.
geo. e, lemon:
As this may roach tho hands of some persons unacquainted with
this House, wo append hereto, as specimens of tho testimonials
hrour possession, copies of letters irom sevoral gentlemen of polit
ical and military distinction, and widely known throughout th&
. , , , BaLViDEBK, Illinois, October 24, 1876.
I take great pleasuro in recommending Captain Guqrob k.
Lkmon, now of Washington, I). C, to all persons who may have
claims to settle or other business to prosecute before the Depart,
monts at Washington. I know him to bo thorobghly qualified,
well acquainted with tho laws, and with Department rules In all
matters growing out of tho lato war, especially in the Paymaster's
and Quartermaster's offices. I havo had occasion tnftmninr hm fn
friends of mine, also, in tho soliciting of patents, and have found'
Onr PrAmfum. VWUf P. 7i,-w "uu9 l.l'ulUTmGnxa.mi successiui. as a gallant Officer
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Iurt h Congressional District. Illinois.
JLate Major-Umeral U.S, Vols.
Citizen National Bane.
, A , n , Wasuinqton, 1). C, January 17, 1870.
Captain George E. Lkmov, attornov and agent for tho collec
tion of war claims at Washington City, is a thorough, able and
exceedingly weil-informedinan of huainoss, $r high character
and entirely responsible. 1 believe that tho interests ot all hav
ing war claims requiring adjustment cannot be confided to safor
JSO, A. J. ORES WELL,
W. F. ROACH,
HODSE OY Rlrni:8KNTATIVES,
Washington, D. (, March 1875.
From Eeveral years' acquaintance- with Captain Goorgo E
Lemon, of this city, 1 oheerlully commend him as a gentleman o
integrity and worth, and well qualified to attend to tho collec
tion oi Bounty and other claims against tho Govornmom, His
oxporicneb in that line givo him suporior advantages.
W. P.SPRAGUK, M, O.,
. ' ' Fifteenth District of Ohio.
. - j i j JAS'D. STUAWBIUDGE, M.C..
Tttirteenth District of Jmmylvanltr
' i i . T House ow Rex'rksentatives,
Washington, D. O., March 1, 1878.
We, the undersigned, having an aqqualntonoo with Captain
Geouob E. Lemon for tho past few yoars, and a knowledge of tho
systematic manner in which he conducts hiB extonslvo buBineflC
and of his reliability for fair and honorable dealings connootod
therewith, cheerfully commend him to claimants generally.
A. V. RICK, Chairman,
Committee on Invalid Pensions, House Heps.
W, F. JSLEMON8, M, O.,
Second District of Ark.
I)Urth District of Wis.
R. W, TOWN8HEND, M. C,
nineteenth District of III.
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responsibility .will on request, be iurnlched with a eatlMfaotory
reference 1b hla rfolxit or Congrossional District. , ,