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, 12 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE SUPPLEMENT: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1808. To Subscribers: It is so easy, at this time, to get tip a club for The National Tribune, that we are expecting every one of you to send us a few recruits. By so doing you can quickly make this paper your paper the most widely circulated weekly in the country. We do not ask yon to " caiiYass," in the ordinary meaning: of " that word, hut simply to call upon a few of your acquaintances '. ' and get their subscriptions. Hundreds of our friends, - ; ranking from privates to Generals, do (his. It is a real favor to your acquaintances to afford them the opportunity of getting a set of hooks which formerly sold for $7 and THE 3TATIOXAI, TRIBUNE for a year, all for $3. AH good, straightforward Americans, whether soldiers or not, delight in reading our paper and hooks; therefore, you need not confine your calls wholly to veterans of the war. t CIAJ13RAISKR'S BLANK. Lead-pencil writing-, when plain, is just as good as ink. if- .""" '' "i. i; ? ,fc "3. , . 3r - ji r. v.v -'.jr - ,- v-v" -; '.!..' , . To 7 &QATION-J1L TRIBUNE, Washington, D.. C: :-.!,;' V- 2-y iSqS: . f:( Inclosed find. . ..dollars, for which send, at once, prepaid, direct to each of the foUOwing.X-fi subscribers the two -volumes of Headleys "Great Rebellion," as well as the paper, to each for a,year. NAME. POSTOFFICE. STATE. .4 - -P ifl.Ml.wl .Ml .MM tl. " f ' II Hill 11 'i ', if- - i1 As my premium for ibis Club send me the following : .. i - v -t$ Vame of Club-iiser Full nflJrfi - h '. '''"$-' ilk- : "Jil ' tti'' fii -if vv i?sh . , .-r,P'..V.t'.,"-.. n.f - 4J.' . !-v-v,-'"'f"---' - ; ' $- "it 4 '-I'Jf i. . ' tf; O '" '.O "- . - r I- ,-i ' --.."- ". ;,':: $: - .'l-TS - f"1" !c: ',-': ik v : .'. -Vi . -.i:. -;v .- -t- r i 5C' O -5e- - r 5 ' ," ..' -"-S31 i- 'CiJ-'" .'ri A.'.- " -- Grea s yrim April These two Great Volumes, never before sold for less than $7, abso lutely Free and Postpaid to Every Subscriber, new or old, who sends us $1, either direct or through Club-raisers, for a year's subscription, before April 30. You get Both Volumes. TIE GREAT REBELLION. A Complete History of the War. With Reproductions of Numerous Fine Steel Engravings. BY J. T. HEADLEY, Author of Napoleon and His Marshals; Washington and His Generals, etc. TWO VOLUMES. 1,122 PAGES. LEATHERETTE COVERS. & St i W mrA'fX A,ji iN apoleon and His Marshals. TheC- vskW'p-M liebollion comes in two ample volumes M&mmgMMi over 1,100 pages, large Svo. size, prir wm:v.v r i nn i -E HAVE SECURED THE HISTORY of the Great Rebellion, by J. T. Head ley, with whose graphic style our readers are already familiar, as he is the author of Jreat iof ited in clear type, and profusely illustrated with, portraits and battle scenes. Heretofore this work has sold by sub scription at 67 for the set. We have the exclusive right to ofier it in a popu lar edition. The text of the author i.i complete and unabridged, and the only substantial difference is that it is in leatherette binding instead of boards. Mr. ITeadley's treatment of the great subject takes up the preliminary conspiracy ; the struggles in Congress over the ex tension of slavery ; and finally passes on to the firing on Fort Sumter, and the tremendous events which followed. All the campaigns of the war are carefully explained and the battles described. Every one of our readers who served in the war for the Union will find depicted scenes and incidents in which he personally participated. The work has the merit of being a logical history, without beinc abstruse. It is written in that m great Uj&r. WifWldxm Ms v i "m .VfcMI ' "-Pf!ft MjaK - J s' vi 4 t'r . t ,-wn- ,a r KKB Small view of the two magnificent volumes, masterful style for which Mr. Headlev is famous. The firsf volume covers the preliminaries and IS months of the war The second takes up the narrative beginning with the oper ations r f the Army of the Potomac in the Summer of 1862 and carries the story forward until the surrender of Lee al Appomattox and the capitulation of Johnston put au end tc the fighting. It is a standard work which should be in everj American library. We do not sell these volumes, but giv them away to our subscribers and club-raisers under couditioni named above. Other Books to Choose From K All Bound in Sub c staniral Leatherette. If he prefers, the subscriber may have his choice of any two of the following books, in place of xns two "ureat Kebe'llion" volumes. hfr " --43rf, v - . ";;::' THE BOY SPY IN DIXIE. Service Under the Shadow of the Scaflold. By J. O. Kerbey. Fully illustrated by the surpassing skill ot Collin. Large type; 384 pages. THE CANNONEER. By Augustus Knell. 384 pages; illustrated. ; A thrilling narrative of the adventures ot an artilleryman in the Army of the Potomac. THE ADVENTURES OP ALP WILSON. 250 pages; illustrated. By John H. Wilson, one of the Andrews raiders. A story of heroism behind the rebel line?. THE TWO GREAT RAIDS- the participants; 320 pages; illustrated. This is a new and comprehensive monograph from official and unofficial sources, giving a minute and graphic account of the great raid into the rebel couutrv by Gen. Gricrson, and also of John Morgan's escapade in Indiana ami Ohio, and what resulted from each. THE PEELD, DUNGEON AND ESCAPE. T A1-b"1 D- Eic!,r4 trated. A great book of uudyiug interest and profound importance CAPTURING A LOCOMOTIVE. By JJev. William Pittenger. 350 pages; illustrated. The most complete story of the most startling episode of the war. SI KLEGG - 1S transfonnat'011 n-om raw recruit to a veteran. Most entertaining book ever printed. Profusely il lustrated by the inimitable Coffin. Large type; 320 pages. NATIONAL TRIBUNE SOLDIER'S HAND S00K. F"n ad . . exhaust ive; 448 large pages, with a complete index, enabling every soldier 01 soldiers heir to thorouchly post himself as to his rightful claims. All the latest decisions and ruliuus. Address THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington, D. C.