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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 November 1862

t,W' Jj?7.v. - '" '" I ! ! WHJUL. -" '- -?"- " ?5SW" JCnt VU:'T :-n.rZir... " H " - " MMWWBJ IWIMHIBI HIM fc JIIIUII MiM "rrcrs fata 4- i r . i I nthm gttWiraw; ' III TUB DAILY NATIONAL nKPOBMCAN Is published aery morning (Sundays excepted) by W. J. Mrn.ion Co , and la furnished to cltj subscribers (by carriers) at 88 ccnta per month. .Moll subscribers, M.CO per annuni 3 for six months, nnd $1 for three months, Invaria bly In advance. Single copies, 'i cents. THE NEWS. F 11 0 M THE i'JIO A T. THE A K M Y P It 0 0 It E B 8 I N G , r I n l lb NEW YORK. FROM GENERAL SiaEL'S COMMAND. L-ATK IVK1VB FHOM KKNTIK'IO. m:vb rnoM noutii uahouna. FHOM KOUTUKHS MONUOK. IMPORTANT FltOM KUHOPK TKHHIBLK Hir.AM!lOAT IHSASTKR THE C O H (J O It A N I. K J 1 O N Attnols. on JSTawli-cillo. T11J-, UhJiKlM lltlVlN ) P. LATEST FllOM TIIK FUUNT. Corren)KiiKlrncifif the Aaaoclated Trrvi IlEApjuAitTEH9, Anur or Tim Potomac Waukknton, Nov. 9, 1803. General ITcasauton, ) esterday, In a skirmish with General Btcw...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 November 1862

c J . A it 1 -w AHTWOTOI, D?C.V MONDAY, - NOV. 10, 1808. OCR HEW DRKSI. We present onr paper trxlsy to cur patrons In n new drew. Vc cinnot promise as to lis first appearance, as new tvpes always present that sharpness of outline which rnnleis t difficolt lo get good Imprnvlona till alUr sonio davit' use. We aliall remedv any defects of tbln aort aa anon aa possible. It ia hardly nertrsary for na to say trntr. have) Incurred considerable additional expenae In malinfr this Important change, and that the toenailed and "till Increasing price ol paper devolves upon us an expenditure which we tear mnt lead lo higher rates of charge lor ihe RepiilJtexn. We can, however, say that no pains nor xpene will be spared by in to Mai the Jiejnibliean one of tli licM papers in Washington; and this we can say, without one disparaging word of our neighbors, (or hanl work, energy, and enterprise are open to all. Kai h di parln ent of onr per will be under the control of gentlemen fully qualified for t...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 November 1862

ft Ik Utate (I A lag tU c ' ii ha ai ' OVMlMENT ADVT'S I OUPpIlICk FOa TUB MAI1INK nimn. Like roa TUB MAUINK COUPS. QoiatanuTia'a 0noi, U a HwnVun, lw?llb-.I0T",l thwoOoenntil 8 o'olock'P. if ijlwiin ltabsr next, lor niruhhlng to the U.I Marine i Corp., datleg the year Itt3, the tol few og supplies, to be dellvcrsd at iheoflUe ef flu amUum (joarKmMtrrof ihst'orw, fhlldflLltU, Paastlvui, rm of ci rait to the United State Utyebqpiimy - tny. from Una to time, be bMerrd.vIxt Clam Nj 1 14,oi0 Tarda of Bkjr Kins Karatjn alt wool, free frm ..alr.M Inche wide. i0 weigh 1 J bunvce to tha . y ?d. (Idoi wool d?.d iwu yards Dark Uiu Kerey, all wool, fire from bll,64 1 ches wide, tv weigh Si oubc folk ftrd, I dtgo wool dyed ) S,-.uovr(iiDrk Bine! willed Cloth, all wool, for uniform oata (indigo wool tfyed,) 64 inc. v.)ittw wigh lit oeore per yard IWVardsof Scarlet Cloth, all wool, (ooobloeal at),) attaches wide, to weigh id ounces ptr yard. Clam No. t. B.Oto yards of 4 Dart Bin Punnet lorovereao...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 November 1862

Rational icpnMitau. Gen Lane's Black Troop Tkejr Fight 11 rare I jr. Tho courage of the blacks, as fighting men, ou land and water, lias been Illustrated In all nr wars. Their first light In this war, which In described below, seems to hare bt-cn a time and nncccfiful affair i special correspondence of Chicago Tribune Liatoiwortii, Nor. 8, 18C3. Die Kansas colored regiment had n fight with gnerllln, commencing on Tuesday last and continuing seTcral days, In which the blacks wcro victori ous. The facts (as related to ine by Lieut. Lyon, of company A, First Kansas, colored.) arc as follows t The rebels, under Jackman and Cockrcll, occupied and held nn Island at the head of the Osage river, at thejonctlon of the Mari-de-zcne and Mill Creek. There two combining form tho Osage river near Butler, Bates county, Missouri. At this point the eecesh keep a large quantity of stock guarded by these guerillas. Major Hennlng. commander of Fort Scott, and provost marshal of Southern Kansas, ordered...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 November 1862

II ' i M) If v ti0al gmMumi. ft.'i'i TUB DAILY !f ATIOWAZ. nEPCDLICAN I published erery morning (Sundays excepted) by W. J. Mimnan Co., and Is furnished to city subscribers (by crrlcr) at 88 cent! per 'Month. f ,i, Mall subscribers, f 3.60 per annum) 13 for -!," six months, and $1 for three months, lnvarla. My In advance. ' Single copies, SI tents. ' THE NEWS. a -' , THJS PROCLAMATION. Onr information Is, that the Cabinet Is a unit InfsTor'of adherence totho proclamation , of September 23, with tho 'possible exception v, of L the rVMtmaster General, and we do not know but that ho also may hare given up lib objections 'to It. ''-The Secretary of Bute aid Tre mention hta 'particularly beeiuno a dlU'r- ent Impression has prevailed to some extent f la for the measure. " The President himself has, we fully believe, "put his 'foot down," to uso one of h's own plain and Vigorous expressions, and will not budge. It one Inch. The threats of lordcr State politicians, and the hypocritical com ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 November 1862

gtimrt lUpuMicMt. WASHINGTON, D. CM TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1802, FINANCIAL. The Idea of suppressing, by tbo Imposition of practically prohibitory etamp duties, an paper money, except that issued by the national an thorlty, I being discussed hy the press as the period for the meeting of Congress approaches. It will be opposed, of course, by the lare and active Interest connected with banks of la sue. The city banks, as a general rnle, hare but few notes In circulation, and rely for their profits mainly upon deposits. Hut the cmintry banks, which arc numerous and Inflnentl.il, al though with small capitals, and oftentimes with no real capital, may be expected to renin the snjgestcd change with great ehemcnee. It will not bo an agreeable one to ihegovvrn inents of some Slates, which derive large rcve nnn from taxing the privilege of circulation now enjoyed by the banks. Tbla method of taxation his a flbrded nearly all tho public Income of Massachusetts for many yean part, and Isan Importnnt...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 November 1862

1 i'l rt i S'llOtMMW ADVT'S. gUPPMKSJ PUR TI1K MAItlNE SJOHPS. Q.UAkTBM&iTia'f Oritosi US ataaiia Coara ......... ,.WMlilif1M,D.O,Oot. U.lsirJ BKALKD PROPOSALS, for e3nclmrrte- ly, will be rewlvtd t this offloe until I oelo k 1 il , the Ma Hovrniber next, for tuinlhrn to the U M Merle. Oorp', during the earls3, the lol. Hi i lowing sup.Uesvtv b delivered l IM Ma if Ihe A'statant Ojiarteruie.lar of the Corps, Pulladelphls, P.nnailTsela, free ef en er lo the United Si.tea, la neti ..entities' if may, from Ha. to time, le ordered, till . f iff ' I - Cuss Ho I '. I I 14.IM) I trill Of Bay Din Elwr, til wool, free Inrn Jialr, t4 lathee wldi i to wnlgh j vunoee to tbt ysrd. (Indigo wool dyid , 6,000 yards 4lars thai Kersey, ll wool, free Irora 'Mlf.tli'cbe.wlde.n weigh SSCune sloths L jardTll dlgo wool Jytd ) 1,400 isrdl Dirk DIM 1 wilted Cloth, all wool, lor uniform ooeta (Indigo wool dred,)84lbohs . il4,toweigh2S0a.eraper yard IM yards of Bcsrlet Cloth, all wool, (coohlneal ' t '.7....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 November 1862

MUW4JI.SW Rational gfpMtaro. TUB nED STAIN OX THE MCAVHS. from the New York Tribune. The wood-Mrd'e nest upon the bough Dncrted bangs, and htapcil irltb lcates. Ones HUM lth life nd Joy, but now Sd m ttrlcken heart that grieve Amid the light of inch a tcene, Where itlent rale and hills are clad In gayest hnes of gold and green, Why should the human bean bo rad 1 Tet sombre thoughts lilt through the mlDd, And pass unspoken and nnsung, As leiTM, touched by the Autumn wind, Fall from the twigs to which they clung. Here, like the patriarch In his dresm, We see the ladder angels trod, The tnonntalns, to onr vision, seem To lean against the throne of God. The Y"ll of golden mist that rite Orel the woodlands to the sea. Drop wlcre the gallant soldier lies, YVhos. furlough la eternity. lnon the 'eavea now acre and red, That nnci ere flakes of fire to me, I see the blood onr armies shed. That our dear country might be free. Oto. V. Bcvoat. T1IK SUVICK. '!, In probation of a-Slatcrhood " Siuk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 November 1862

- -t,1Ji4fr' J" ' ptioMl' f hWirnm TUB DAILY NATIONAL URPODMCAK I publlshl every morning (Sundays excepted) by W. J, Mbrtioii A Co., and Is furnished, la city subscribers (by carriers) at 28 cents per .month. Mill subscribers, M.G0 per annum 13 for Ix months, and 11 for tlirco months, Invaria bly In adrance. Single- copies, 3 ccnti. t Pti0ital geinttjiifan. uatkh op a ivrcn.Ti'iif a. One square, three days ...... tl.oo Ono square, four days -. 1.25 One square, flro days ..., 1,50 One square, six days ....... 1,75 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional. Once a week advertisements charged aa new for each Insertion. Eight lines or less constitute a square. Advertisements should ho handed In by nine o'clock p. in twig oHottitl fltambltcan 3 ' VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 18(12. NO. 300. L w 'f: II T nE NE V 3'. LATEST mOM THE FRONT. Correspondence of the Associated Pre" HuiQnAnTiRa, Abut or turn Potomac, November 11, 1802. A small force of tha e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 November 1862

national UmMiran. WASHINGTON, D. C.i WEDNESDAY, - - NOV. 13, 1803. Br. a Very ijc the cotton states. Tho New Orleans Delta says that U Benulnc Union men of that city are all In fnvor of tho President's proclamation, and only Impatient Tor Hie day when It will mnw Into full force. It aaya also that some planters In 'ho vicinity are becoming reconciled to It, and arc prepar ing to organize their labor upon the new system of freedom and wages. They ma lw assured that they will like It, after they Utoiiic aceus tnmed to It, and will make more money than they ever did be fort. A New Orleans correspondent of tho Boston Trantttr soys that the demand In tho city for lattorcrs, to work at wotjes on the adjacent plan tations which the slave hive deserted, Is so considerable as to Interfere with tho recruiting of the Union regiments which arc being raised there. it Is to scenre freedom, by Retting within the Union lines, that slaves, now runaway from the plantitlon whenever they pan Ret nn opp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 November 1862

WWlWlfciMHi'BWf i ii-4.J. 2- c i' ' DIERS I UNION AKHrltf I ioVaAWi' I Aa OtaKtofrrmntimUKortiHiPamAafCurtl INearly altthe di.easee Incident lo eamp lira orl- nate with derangement anil IrriHrularitl nf th ttllVA1a1 ft frk kalhd AL A - - I -. TO THE SOLDIEftS I X I i . tlM part ofihe human sv stem, first feel the ettect s . ..... riaufs HIIKn ! BOI I1VTB IIUVfT in IU.I)nilI to during their term of Active service The best weapon of defence oucan hp Against nil iuch diseases)! ,,, f DiC Damicl ErAlll' VATtXT. AUDOMWAL SUPPORT! R ANUJ.il DICAL SAFFGUArD r 1 fft COMBINKD. The Surgeon General and the prlnclpAl MaTslclan will Surgeons, who have examined the flpnmiU of It medfral preparation, havr recommended Hi oso li) the Union soldier. , -, . vr Messrs O CI1 J ANSA, tt, secured the right to rll the SAFEGUARD In the United State, an 1 the) are now being mAnufactursd under to super intendence of An Able pfcyviclan, and arrangements JiAteteauadetoptAorthemjvlUilBthf -rrMli of every Union s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 November 1862

Th Surrender of Harper Ferry. RimuT or nr 11 YETtnATia wmmimioh ttt MAWUnLK UTATEMFTS. The Military CommlMlon which was appoint ed to Inrtwtlffato the clrcnmstanccn of llic mir rcndcr of Harper' Ferry, has made tlio follow In report: The Commission, conslntingof Major Hcncral D. Ilnntcr, United States nrnir of volunteer, President, Major General (I, Cadwalailcr, Uni ted States army of volunteers; Drip:. (len. C C. Augur, U. S. army of volnntoersj Major Ponn Piatt, Attestant Adjutant General of volunteer, Capt. F. Ball, Ald-de-campof volantecrsi Colo nel 0, Holt, Judge Advoeato-Gencral called by the Government to Investigate the conduct of certain officers connected with, and the circum stances attending, tho nbindonmcnt of Mary land Heights and the surrender of Harper's Ferry, hare the honor to report the following! On the 3d of September, GeneraHYhlte en ured Harper's Ferry with his force from Win chester. The next day he was ordered to Mar tlnsbur?, to take command of the forces t...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 November 1862

' ' - -- -- .. ii . ttitjj ftafumal fltepttbltam fjtotiflHiil gcpiiblkau. t TIIR DAILY NATIONAL nRPVBMOAN Is published crery morning (Sundays excepted) by W. J. Mprtaqii A Co., and Is furnished to city subscribers (by carriers) at 28 cents per month. Mall subscribers, 3.5Q per annum; S3 for six months, and tl for three months, Invaria bly In advance. Single copies, S cents. iii llATKft OP ADVERTIRlNa. One iquarc, threo daji fi.oo Ono iquaro, four daya ...... 1.25 Ono aquaro, fire dayt -...., i.no Ono square, ilx daja ------. ,?n Every other day advertisement, fifty per cent, additional. J i Onco a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Eight lines or less constitute a square. Advertisements should bo handed In by nlna o'clock p. m. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, P. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1862. NO. 301. iL i I fe (Vi Xt 1 i i t3T For local matter, see fourth page. EDITOHIAT SUMMARY. KcnEL Activity. We stated yosterday that direct commnnlcatlon, except by largo forces, betwee...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 November 1862

M gjtatiomrt gfpttUuaiu ro WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, - - - D.C.l NOV. 13, 1803, THE SOUTHKIIN ARISTOCRACY HVKT BR DESTROTKD. A letter from New Orleans, itated to bo from n new Tork officer, serving under General B a tier, It published, In which tho possi bility of subduing the rebellion by availing our selves of tho dissensions of tho rebel leaden, It presented by tho writer, and with a degrco of hopefulness which shows that ho has never made politics a profound study. It It probably true enough that the people of New Orleans complain of having been aban doned bythe Confcderato Government, and that they denounce General Lovcll as a coward, General Breckinridge as being a mere politician and no soldier, and Governor Moore as having made the public distress an occasion for private speculations. It Is probably true enough, also, that they ore made a little soro by the discovery that Mr. Slldcll, Mr. Bcnjamlnand Mr. Yan cey have provided forthclrown personal future by a timely transfer of m...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 November 1862

& I I' ?." ti fik ! if "priOII 1.V IMlMlWAIfTi TO THE SOLDIERS or Trie UNION AKMY I An niAnA-MMiMui fi.uit - i -f n NMHr.lllh.di.... i ifr-... hnw 1 Th r K n(1 lfl"eKultr ' .-(si. - . . - "" - " ' " i twels-they being the weakest and mottiuwep ,lhlJPrtofhehuni(iniritfmfnritfefMhefmti Z i V" 7? " wmcn sniaiers nae losummi lie i in"r ,rnn cie service. l"he beat weapon of tic fence you can ha, e against Mil BfiaH lllutau la. ' Da. DADlCLKrAKi' TATtnT ABDOMINAL SDPPORTFH. AND MEDICAL SAFF01MHD , . COMBINED. Th. KUrrMln O.n.r.l .nil I h halnMnal Phrilriini and surgeon., who h.t. examined id. formula of . in uiciiicm preparation, nave recommended it. ti.o by Hi. Union soldiers Mfaara. O CJ F.VANS it CO , secured the tight to rllthe SAFIQUAHD In the United states, Mid they ere now belnr manufactured und.r the .uper Intcnile nee of an .hie phr.lcl.0t nd arrange me nt. have been n.de to place thrm within the reach of f'eryl Union .oldlcr. An agency Iim Iieen estate ii.iimm asniDgion, i-n...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 November 1862

i.ilnunj.uWJHUtt glatioual ciublicnn. LOCAL NEWS. AmitMrnriili Nixon's Thiatkc The beautiful and fsaclna tin; Cubaa hut made m great hit In the performance of the " French Spy " Her pantomtmle powen ore of the highest order It w III be repeated tonight Fannie Drown, Chanfrau, and the dramatic compa ny, la the musical fcuriesque or " rocahontas " GnorcR't Thiathi: Licim: Utsim is "Fait Lvkne "To-night, wilt be repeated, for the last time, the beautiful, thrilling flv c-act domes tic drama, entitled " East Lynne, or the Ttope ment " Those who hare not seen this play should attend thla evening, and they will not repent It We cannot as y more In ft or of "I ait L)nne" than we have alreadj, and will here only admonish our readert that the piece will not be repeated after to-night Thoup who have ladles to attend should secure their seats during the day. Fono's Theatre Last night, large audience assembled to witness the splendid play of the "Chimney Corner' Mr. Couldock'a genius de veloped...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 14 November 1862

to & i- K i. i V Hational gcpnblir;iu. t TUB DAILY NATIOXAI. IUEPIIDLICAK I published eyery morning (Sundays excepted) lj W. J. Mcnuon & Co., and la furnished to tlty subscribers (bjr carriers) at 88 cents per month. Mnirinbacrlbcrf, 13 GO per annumi $3 for six months, and tl for thru) months, tnrarla. My In advance. Single copies, a cents. W For local matter, eo fourth page. KD1TOIIIAI, ItlMMAIir, Fitz Joiib 1'obiir la In town. Major Put. Major Dan Plat lean very shortly for Cincinnati, to act as Judga adro- rate in the trial of Gen. Until. Lord Ltons. This gentleman has returned Washington. Ho had an Interview with Mr. Seward yesterday morning, and also with tho President. OrNEiar. Halleck. General Jlallcck rc tnrned to tho city last evening from the front, whither ho has been on a tonr of Inspection of the army of General Bnrnsldc. (IcsiRiLllALLrcK. Tlio.Storof last evening says that "General Halleck Is, next to General MrClcllan, perhaps the best strategist In tho countr...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 14 November 1862

Utotjimal UmMicmi. WASHINGTON, D. C.l TRIDAT, -.-- NOV. 14, 1803 MROno COLONIZATION. The objection to schemes of colonizing the negro, that we need him as laborer In this country, and cipeclallj In thai pan oi ine coun try where he Is principally found, I well foun ded. It U an objection, however, which may he balanced to some extent by other considera tions. We may as well say, to begin Ith, that we have no sort of sympathy with the new fanglcd notion, never heard of In any other age or coon try, and contradicted by the experience of all mankind, that different races cannot live togeth cr In the same community, except In the rela tion of master and slave. It Is one of the thou sand Idle notions which It Is In vain to combat so long as slavery continues, because, however often exploded, they will he revived and repeat ed forever, to loug as the Interests of that In stitution can thereby bo subserved. It may Iw true In poetry, but It Is not so lu fact, that, "Error, wounded, wrlfhes ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 14 November 1862

vttj rs7 y fi). A r HIGHLY IMPORTANT! . ' TO TOE IOLDIERS or THE , UNION ARMY! - .Xri Ouncecf Prevent ion Uvorth a Pound of Curt! Nearly all the diseases Incident to camp life orlic nate with derangement and Irregularity of the Lowels they bring the, weakest and most suscep tible part of the human system, first feel the effects of the expnture which Allsoldlers hare to submit to during their term of active service. The best weapon of defence you can have Against all such disease la On. Dakicl Eta m Pateht ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER AND MEDICAL SAFEGUARD . COMBINED. The Surgeon General and the prlnotbal Physicians and Surgeon, who hare examined the formula of Its medical preparation, hare recommended Ita use by the Unton soldier. Messrs. G. G. EVANSfc CO., secured th right to ell the SAFEGUARD In the United States, And they are now being manufactured under the super Intendence of an able phyilclanand arrangement! have been made to placothem within the reach of every Union aoldler. An agency...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 14 November 1862

firtimral $tplL,tg3e LOCAL NEWS. AmmtmfnU. Fimt Grand Benefit, at Jond's Fashionable Tm cat be, ofthe highly successful and finished (tr ior, Mr. C, W. Louldock,who, during hiscngAge me nt In this cltr, has made the most favorable im pression on All Ihf admirers of elegant acting. The splendid play of the " Chimney Corner " Mr. Coul dock In hit great character of Peter Pro! Ity, and Min Couldock as Grace Imery will lo repeated to-night Mr Bishop, Hie excellent comedian, will Appear In the force To-morrow r renin, a gre a Saturday night's Mil Caovem's Theatre Benefit or Lucille Weitfrh Thli evening, the celebrated French drams, " Vlctorlne, or, 1 11 Sleep On It," a pen satlonal play of the richest order, will be produced. The performance will conclude with a Devilish Good Joke " Nixon's W AsiuwoTOf Theatre. Thla cvcnln, Cubas takea lie r flnt lncflt at thla theatre, offer ing the ier Attractive pieces ofthe " French p) " and M PoCAhontas " Wchope that the house will be crow det, for ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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