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erreci, saying mat wnatever Thompson might htve to say concerning the claim ior pension or Airs. uauD, could be relied upon as the facts, for that he had known Mr. Thompson a long time, and knew him to be a man of truth and a man of intefffltv. . With this utanrlmo- utanrlmo- hffnrn the Pension Department, Mr. Thompson then presented the case, in the light of the above facts, and was assured, before ne lert, oy tne JJeoartmeut. that the claim would be allowed. Now then, for all the actual monev rtaid nut for Mr Daub, by Mr. Thompson, for actual ex pense in trie worn ricmoi as ahove Ktntnd, amounted to $153.4?, of which there was paid to iiiompson, wiison 5c jj'orlowi $150.00, by Mrs. Daub, after she got her pension of $976.00. and not one cent was for fees, and Mr.ThompsOn.nor Thompson, Thompson, Wilson St Fdrlow have not been paid one cent since. Mrs. Daub offered to pay Mr. Thompson, but he would not taKe a penny. I have beard read the above statements, and Say that they are true. . I further say that Mr. Thnmnuin nM .rvlh I nor iltal oa with me, and if be had not done for me what ne aia an, x wonid not nave gotten, my pension. pension. I am satisfied nc) one else won Id have done what he did for me, not even the best relative I have, nor the bestoomrade my bus- bus- oana naa. sir. inompson'S uarae sbould have much praise of ail good people, for what he has done for me: I have not aflonrton earth, woo bas done as much for me, as Mr. Thompson. I cheerfully paid Thompson, Wilson A Forlow back the money that they paid ont for me through Mr. Thompson, ex cept the FI.47, which they would not take. I further say that I would cheerfully pay Mr. Thompson well for his services, but be will not take one sent from me. Her " . MAaaixt' .X DAtTB. uctoner sj, lose. - , . Mark. Mrs. Harriet Daub signed the above, in our presence, after the same was fully read to ber, and that the above statements she says are true. ilttn Maby Hollinger. inUA F. Gibson. -Mrs. -Mrs. W. D. Wrxsov. Hiss Mol,lib Shamu. October 23. 188(1. This is t rrtffy that we have knowU of the work done by Kf; Thompson, In procuring procuring tbe pension of Mrs. Danb. We know that tbe claim was a very difficult one to get through, and that we firmly believe that Mr. Thompson did for Mr. Daub, what do oue else would do for nor. Id furnishing her the money to get her pension. We werev both fihysicians of her husband, while he was 11 v-ng, v-ng, v-ng, and we gave our affidavits In support of the claim, by tbe request of Mf. Thompson. W cberfully say that Mr. Thompson is deserving deserving ot much credit, tn gettlug through Mrs. Daub's claim. O. WAnsrttlkr, M. if. October SS. 1880. T. C. KisMost, M. D. I am a brother of John Darib, who died in 188J, at Hicksviile, Ohio. I f nrtber say that I know something of tbe work, and nature of the pension claim that Mr. Tno-moson Tno-moson Tno-moson obtained obtained for in V nrothfir'a Mnw T fiirt.hAt r nnw that Mr. Thompson done for my brother's widow, what no one else would do. The claim was a difficult one to obtain, and must say that it is an outrage to have mlaobevtoua people color tbe truth, and try to do Mr. Thompson an lnjusttce. I have Mr. Thompson Thompson to took after my claim, and I always rind bim ready and willing to do for me and my comrades, all he can uetooer . isbo. Middle Dlv. J. K. C. Ex'r. '. Orig.Inv.. No. 223698. ' John Daub. Oo KU. SOO Kest., Fa. Vols. Hjciray Daub. Department of tbe Interior. ashimrton. D.C. Nov. 19. 1988. Sin In tesnoose to the mraonal references of Hon. Bent. are informed that your claim for pension, as above entitled, is inadmissl ble, there being no record of al leged heart and lung disease, rheumatism and ty- ty- fiboid fever; no testimony as to treatment In be service, and yon exoress Inability to fur nish medical testimony as' to treatment at discbars-e. discbars-e. discbars-e. You were Informed of this. Bent. W, 1883, through lion. W.D.H 1H, and your at- at- to

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  1. The Hicksville News,
  2. 28 Oct 1886, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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