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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1866

wsy ' Vs T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICS PUBLISHED DAILY. BATES OF ADTESTIIinO. Om fltrt, lhr4ri M W Oitiqaar, fair 4yi W ,0a tqvtr., Irvdit ,.. S 00 Ol Iqturt, itj , $M KrtrnlhtrJtr idTtfltitrntat, W fr ctit. tddt tlrtntl. Twl ft wk dTitlniiiU, U fit cat.U idlltOBftl. Editor..! itfttUM 90 mU ft lliiiiui ltwrtloa, XsOcal nolteM 15 ctoU tr Mm, cmIi IbmUIoi. 4dTrtUDBUiouHr Ddittbntdior WiDti.ror Fftlf, rr Xt,Ltt Vm4, Iiftloa,fii mdIi par Ilia 1 inbtaBt ltrUoa half prte. file II im or Uu toaitllnta ft iar, Alrartlaanaatt aimU b hadt4 la Vftfort kit o'ftock f m. 8PEECU OP HOI. JOHN A. BINGHAM, or onio, 'in the nonie of Reprtustatlm, March 9, 1866. Opposing the CItII Illghle Dill Unronetl tallonal, fjnjuit, anil Oppreeelva. Coogreietoael Olobe Report rioht or crnzcis. Tlic Home, ncrccublv to order, resumed tlie consideration of tho bill (S. No. CI) en titled "An act to protect all persons in tlic United States in their civil rights, and furnish the meuus of their vindication j" on which Mr. Wils...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1866

tM National bjspublican Washington, april 2; isgg; Mill1,. -L. fc w l Rational gcpMiwu. -Waatilncrton City, II. C. IV. J. MPBTAOU co.,riraiJsnERa a P. HAN8COM, EDITOR. MONDAT HORSINQ:: :::APRII, 1, 18M 'THE NATIONAL SITUATION The political iUe lover about us. Agi- Utioa itln lie political world. However sincerely we may Bare toDed and prayed to hare the clond past by, it is certain that tbe tempeit will soon break over our heads. It ii time to look at the chart to aee how we are .ailing, and now, If crcr, wo should watch the landmar1ksand look at the bearing! to know tnTOat channel we arc drifting and to 'tibatnolnrwe tend. 'The day of practical and final peace for till distracted country is yet postponed. The work of restoration has not been completed. .A. disunited land still remains after hostilities hare forever ceased, and an unrepresented section still argnes that in some way and somehow the war goes on. The dawn of re instated harmony.of Interstate comity, of uni Tcrsal co-op...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1866

4. -. Stfe 'NifiSAAfrlfipSlEicilif? Isttaml'ipEnawoIir V I. 1 fjtofiouul tymfttau. THURSDAY MOBNIKO, APRIL 2, UGH. I.UOAL .AVI'E'A.IKM. Eaitxr Buxdat, Yeitcrday, the day on wliUk tat mamatlaii of lb. Bertoar of tit world li eomBtmoritta, M brtjht anil tiiiellral. In Ilia morning Ikt ikj u tTirejrita with aloada, Vat btfar. Un .'tloek taiy ha4 aliartd away.' .Front tarty ntrn tbt lldewalkl win filltd with ptdtctrtana oa laalr way to thareb. Tbroaahoat tbt tUj tbt rarioaa flaoti of worialp wtrt trtwdtd, and tbt Mrrlitl vtrt of a taott lntaraitlog tbarao ttr. - Tbt Catbollt aaa Bplioopal tbartbtl baring tail aelila tbt moaning and ambltrai of ladntuwbleh tbaratUrlatd tbt ttrtmontta of tbt aat wtt a, prt 'itattd tbt tokem of glaaaoii and rtllgtou Joy. Tbt dtoorallona wtrt UaatUal and tbt muilo graad. At Bl. AIojiIoj Catbollt tbarob, Hit. Talktr Wlgit, 8, J., etUbrattd high man, auUttd by father BoeoSori S. J.i at deeooa, Mr. Etatlog, B. J., u nb-dtuon, aad Mr. Login, S. J., at mat. tr o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1866

V&We&P THE NATIONAL' BISP.UBUQAN-WASHiyOTOKAEIL, ,1806. t ,i X r CmUb... tnm Itnt Par! older hand, that .Congresi has followed tlie lud of ties cruy lladicals until they have rati them Into the camp of Ibo enemy the disanlonlsl. The act remains they ore separated. My own conclojlon is, that Con gress, under tho lead of thcto old parliamen tarian Radicals, has gone a little too far and too fait, and got away from both the Presi dent and tho people; that the Prtiident hat stood itlll since the day of his election, and has failed to keep pace with tho progress of tho people. Tho President will not go orcr to tho " Cops.," nor appoint any of them to office, but will not shake them off if, for their own party or selfish motires, they see proper to support his policy and measures. I have no doubt ho would be glad to form, out of tho moderate and conscrratlve Union men and the better part of tho Democrats, a new and third party. Dat'lho testimony of men of the Union party upon whom...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 April 1866

-fel THEyAHONAL-BEPPBUCAH, kimarABTUTUixa. .... CM KmtMLtkrM 4ara tHtr 2 K Ottiwi, tnt 4ari ...,Im.4.. fao M.aaM,AT,4ara ..,,.,,... t f 52 MMun,iUlui. tt l Mr uur iir Uiinutwiu, Mi tnt. ull UwaiTwlMawotttAT.rUMmaata.flraf aat,aA. 'SuntlJlMrtiW .. par-Waaok taani.a, 'UnrtltaflSaMMMUa'.mhlaatrtl. , . , iJt.rUMB.iU mbUc.4Ui aa4l at Waata,Ta ' Bala, Tot hil,l44l uOtill, M laMMlM,!. oasts wta.amkMrMMIaaarliaakallprl.a,, t III UiM at UM M.itUat. a aqaara. . KttttlMMlU tk.ald M Aaa4a4 ta Wfott ill. .al.Mk p aa, - t iIiITHnAXtT. TVTEW BOOKH'OF THB SEASON, AT, rrfltmnir Hlim BIOTHEEJ, BW TOBJC jima won rmoiot i aiait.pkj.ai ai.uk. ft win lit. j. araraaa. with KMirotutiM wimiu. J. onrHa. with 1UI, u.ta,.! w. Aotin A Karat St Mr) Ollakaat matkar 4f - Tka Ul4 of K.tUtf ,' I' la. FatpaUal Oanta.1 Aa. ftf ll , rapt. if aval. kIxweIi. dhswitt. A'arab yl'.o.Traiord. Bt,Ia.r, TaaaaU. dCULLITKOITOrODlXUIi With tons amaala f tkatt XalllaaavOaTariHaaull B4atall.aal, aaA Baalaaaa Gaatuaa aaA .ptalaaa. B...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 April 1866

I . SB JSTMbNAL r-TBffiffillQANi WASfiUNGTON, APRIL 3, 1888: ,y LT.rWfTfT ' ' ''AT1UU..HA.J, .r BM v. : i i Utiounl ttulH(im. 'Wushlnoton City, X, C VT.J.MURTAOH & CO, PUBLISHERS. B. T. HANSCOM, EDITOR TUESDAY M0RNISO::::i::::i::::iAPRII, J, lite HECETTIOng AT TUB EXEODT1VK MANSION. Thtre will be no farther Presidential leTces at the Eiccutiro Mansion until further notice. The litlici of the President's household will rocciro caller on Fridays, afternoon and ercniny. BOOLAMATION OP PEACE This, the third day of April, in the year of for Lord 18C6, clril war ends in the United "BUtca of America by official proclamation. I lonths since the standards of a powerful foe ha? been furled, and the opposing armies had been vanquished and dispersed but the tu mults and terrors that war had brought in its train bad not altogether disappeared. War hung like a pall over the land, as the thick amoVe hangs over the battle-field after hostilities have ceased. " Peace waited for one act and one d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 April 1866

THE NATIONAL KEPtJBLtCAN, WASHINGTON. APEIL 1866: Ill-Ill .J "!' gfltaal gepnMinw XiOOAZj Jk.XPfA.XXi0. CocKcn.JjtocmDca. Boardof Aldtr, W.l.n Bxd Kt Utt' TlBf tt tilt UQfcl hoar. On motion of Dr. Hagnder, Joe V, Brown, Etq , was c-allaol to U eaair, tk PreetiUnt and Vl CrtiUtni bolaf absent. Freeenl Messrs. Noyts , lltfrmdor, Brows, A. LiojJ,tMoCtfirn, Can Acid, Oallsfc Ctom, Owsn, Lewie, u4 Barr. Tha Chair laid before the Board a eommuloa tlon from th Mayor, aaaoitwlaa; hla approval of an aok making an appropriation for th ropalr of K. street south an Mt tt grada and part lha alloy Is square No. 187) as Mt to para tho all Is squar Ko. JW an not Baklag as appropriation to pa Henry Harsh for work dona Is tho Flnt ward. Alio, a oommaaloatton somlnaUng Ur. Wm, X Xltttohlaaon as IaUndaat of tho Washington Asytam, Is plaoo of J sitae Adams, deceased. At ftrrod to tho Commlttoo on tho Washington Asjlam. Subsequently rtporUd haok and uoaat nously confirmed Abo, h oommnAleatlon from Hasan....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 April 1866

THEiyAllbK; REBUBJaoi; JVAsmGTOK A2RII 3, 18661 i r gtnticunl UlMfcttcatt TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, IBM. orricut. ANDREW JOIIHSOW, PrMtdrat ef th Unmeet lUtea ef Amelia X dM emd tinoular fe -tAo (Aew pro. thall com, grnttng: VhcrfM, a treaty was made and concluded at Fort Solly, in the Territory of Dakota, on the nineteenth day of October, in the year of oar Lord ono thousand eight hundred eiity-five, by and between Newton Edmonds, Edward B. Taylor, Major General 3. R. Cur- tis, .Brigadier General H. H. Sibley, Henry "VV.Rced, and Orrin Guernsey, commUsloncr, on the part of the United States, and ah-bah-chank-l4b-pee, (The one that is wed as o, Shield,) Wah-monrdee.wak-ko-no,(The War Eaglo In the Air,) and other Chiefs and Headmen of the U lack feet band of DakoU or Bioui Indians, on the part of said band of Indiana, and duly authoriied thereto by them, which treaty Is in the words and figures fol lowing to wit: Article of a treaty tnede and concluded at Fori Bollj, fo the Territory...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 April 1866

.t. iff ,i. A a "' i THE NATIONA&EEEUBLICAN r "' 4"' 't-n - ) jiPUBLIBnED DAILY; m i .,. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN' rOBLIflnED-DAlXY. j J ' r eaw i n Oae enaare,lkre ..?..... .1...1 t....i.tlw Oaaeaaata, fear-defe.; ..Jri.'...ia.AiJ. l Ca,eare,S.,l,,,,, , .,,,...,,.,,,100 Oa square, elx.ara. ...... ....... ... IW 'fery.aa.reer uiiiiiniiiu,illMl. naaiif Uoaii. jrwu. a weak uniUaKutft tper Mil, . xt'tot'lel uae a rua,ee.h Ulvtln. lMlllMlJtlUTllM,W4ktaHTtlM:, . , . eertiaeaae.u MUrii4trUi heeaaet Waste, Tor ila.rwBwuMturMit.MiUunira.tM Mate per llee i Mkfqii laeettl... keif prleo. Six ll.ee er 1m eoeelltat. a eoaar. AeaerUeeBeaU ekeaTd ba heeded la befero alee e'eleka.ee. r tfliVlTio'ltiirnBticiw" ta fraMUM .rv awralar (llaiaya nmfM) f 4V J. Wnuat ft Ca.JTa. tit Hlalk alrMt,4 la faraUaa t. aabaarlbar. (ft aarrlra) at T. aaata ar aaaala. Mall aabaaatftara, l.00 par aaaaa MOO far ale naatba a.i $1 00 f.r lara. aa.alaa, tnvarUAIy in md -maea, ll-a a-p(M . jaar, 3d. 00. llagl. caBla., i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 April 1866

l.l to. n ' i IJattamtl $tnhtm. "WnMilnicton City, X. C at. j. MunTAOii co , runusiiEns. a r. nANscou, Enrron. WEI)VESDA SlonSISO AFRIT. 4, 1889. ItECICPTKi.lS AT TltK KXECOTIVK HMNMOY. There Mill be no further Presidential lcrccs at tlio Ljccrutiu Maimon until further notice. II111 tallica of tlio President'! household Trill receive nilkri un Vrida)!, afternoon and Mcning. i Tin: Connecticut election. The failure of the extremists, on both aides, to cornmU Tub President to persons regardless of principles, in the recent can vass In Connecticut, casts a sudden gloom oxer their fntnro prospects. The Copperhead cannot now boast that ho has defeated IIaw ixt, and quote Tin I'rfsidem as his assist ant. The "radical," another name for a small cjass of men whose acts arc too often gov croedby malicious intentions, is overwhelmed with disappointment at the announcement by Gen. Hawlkt, to the people of Connecticut n"fcw days before the election, that he wos twi fighting Lis battle outside o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 April 1866

, Maaaa Hi OWJ." 'L. """HtTI rr. 1f " """ e' " jT jiiOCA.ij ArrAins. OLDtiTlNniBrTANT Theregnlar monthly meeting; of tall association waa bold yeoU-day after noon In the Aldermen! chamber at lb City lun the Poeildent, B. Ogle TajIm, la tho ehelr, and P. 1. If D. Da vis, Secretary. After the minutes of tho previous toaotlofhad boon reed and approved, Ibe following-named gn tlemea wero nominated and elected membere of tho anoelatlont Wm. II. Lowry, Peter M Peareon, Lail WUlUmi, Charles Vincent, Gilbert L. Ql bereoo, Charts Bradley and Fit ah ugh Coyle. Mr John Carrol Brent, from tbo Committee to Prepare b Constitution, reported tbo same, which wm read Bod adopted. Mr. Jamot Clephane wm tailed npon aod ad dressed tbo Aseoelatlon, relating Ml experience Id ihe city ilnee thenar 1817, whin bo arrived btro. IIU remarks wero Tory Interesting, Bad listened to wltb great Bttoatloo. In com pi Unco with tbo reqotrementi of tbo now aonstttatlon, the Soctety elected tbo following Domed gentlffle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 April 1866

7y if V ? . A 9 . gjntipuuli gc)nM.ira WEDNESDAY MORNING .APRIL 4,1 86 6. Deforrotl flatter. Tkej followlne; artlclss ud Usmi of news, id! ethers which appear elsewhere la oar paper this morn In j, were Id type for yesterday's lime, and wtr crowded oat by tne President's Proclamation f Ft tea: Personal Illghtl Mr. Sqllibakqb Introduced Into the limit, on Monday, a bill to seoure to a olttten of the Unl ted States the right to pass thronih, rt main, or take permanent abode, or hold property Id any Cut or Territory In tbt Union, free from excessive impositions or tatatloo, with the same immnnttlei M cltliens of the Stales. It pan.sb.ei tbt depriva tion, whether by threats or violation, of these prlr lit. In any cm, by no not exceeding $3,000, and Imprisonment not exceeding; three years, or both. It punUhti with dtttb tbt murder of eueh tltlien of the United States, and sobjecti the prln dpal and felf abettors to responsibility for damages to personal representatives of tbe deeeasedj a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 April 1866

:Tir T1IE NATIONAL REPDB1TOAN - PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. lire Atimutl ptMrim ItATM OF iDTXSTISIVa. Oae Him,tttHdiri ..moo Oaeaqeare, foar dart ( 190 Oeeeqaere,led,eTS...,i ... I 00 Oae sqeerc.alx Jays ...A.,....,,..... t SO Irery other day edTrt.eea.oate,M per seal. ado1. tlenal. TwleeBweekadfertleeaeBta,7Jlcr ecal. ad dltleael. Editor Ut aotteea M nil per llBe.each laaertloa. LoenI BOlliet II MlU ptff llaO, Htb Insertion AdTertleemeata nmIii aadertae keadaof Was ta, Tor Bale, For Real, .toot aad roaad, eaelaeerUoa,fia seals per llae) eafeiaent laeertloae half price. . Ill 11 nee at leee eeeeUlate a Kiuti AdTertleenaeaU ahoald be handed la Wort fetee o'clock Tni hatioxaL Rtnmtteia la ,.kltako4 .rnf Moralar 'SaBAra oxoaploj) , W. J. WtiTiai C , So. Ml Xlitk atroot,.., la hralata. to aBbaertboro (or oarrlara) at To" ctiU par Moata. Hall aoboorlbora, M.00 par ai.aa .4 00 far air. moalha .ad H M for lira rooalba, invariably 1m ai kmob. Tlrt aoplaa oa. jo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 April 1866

m H ? i V t' a , gtotanl UwMtfim 'Wnwhtimtoii City. I. c w.j.muutaou k co., runusiiKits. 8. p. iianscom, Knrron. THURSDAY MORNINO APRIL , IBM. HECEPTIOni AT TUB KXECOT1VB MAMIOST. There will be no further Presidential levees at the Executive Mansion until further notice. ' The ladies of the President's household will receive callers on Trldajs, afternoon and evening. Iteoeptlan of CtaeoroJ and Urs. Or.nl. Lieutenant Ueneral and Mrs. Oraxi will hold their third and last reception on Friday evening, April 6. Cards will not be reissued, as the invitations, which were recalled on ac count of the funeral oration forMr.LtxcoLV, are Applicable now. JEFF. DAVIS AND" IUBEIS COHPBS. The above-named Arm was discnssed In the public political marts and saloons last night at some length. A dispatch was received in the city from Richmond, and hastened west ward and north, to the effect that the friends of Jirreasox Daivs were about to make an effort to release him from hisprescnt Impris onment upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 April 1866

THElfATrONAIi KESUBLIOAN, THURSDAY MORNING. APJftL'5, 1806. national ItymMunu. LOCAL AFFAIR8. Presbytery or the DISTRICT. The qnar. tarly meeting of tbt Prnbjtery or iht Dlstriet of Columbia commenced at Assembly's Church last renlng, IUt. J, 0. Smltb. la tbe ehatr, Tha roll wu ealled, and all lba mlrtlsters sicept IbrM answered to their names. IUt. Byron Sunderland wu ananlmoaily chosen moderator. This mornlog the PresbyUry re aesembled, and the stetlsttes wera bended la, showing u follows! First Church, Ber. B. SanderlandJteeotrod on eiaatnetlon, tj by art incite, llf number of mem bers, SOS; number In Sunday school, 250 amount of contributions, $5,600.80. Fourth Church Rot. J. O. Bmltb Received on examination, 81 by eer ttfleato, tit nambr at present, 640j Sunday school, 272; contribution!, $3,874.12. issembly's Church, Bar. T. B. MoFalla Received, on aiamlnatlon, dj by certificate, 2j number at present, H7j Sunday chool, 100, contributions $1,8(1.01 Btith Church, Rtr. 0. U. Bmjt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 April 1866

if THE NATIONAL BEPltBIAg; THDIl8i)XfMORmTG 151866; V- t i r r t w l" lv ' ; I M M i lH THURSDAY MORNING, APIL ft, 1866. XiOOAIi AITAinH. . BcrRKvc Cockt or tiic Umted Statm Tpiioat, Aprij 3. Oo motion of Ron. 0. II Browning;, Hon. Jmp 0, Norton, of Indiana, wu admitted attorn and oonaiollor of tbli Coart. On motion of Hon. J. 8 BUk, Robert J. At kin on, of Ohio, wu admitted attorney and toon, ollor of tali Coart. On motion of Mr. WlUon, B F. Visit r, Esq , of Pennsylvania, wu admitted an attorney and conn ellor of thli Coart. otDin or count. Ordtrod, That th several caoeei brought Into tnU Coart by wrltt of trror or appeal from the dnalt and Dlitriot Coarti for the aeveral dlitricti within the States declared to b In rebellion by the Proclamation of tha Frestdent of tbo United Statei dated Aajnit 16, 1861, b called and dlfpoeed of at tbo next torm of tbU Coart, nnder tbo rnlu thre f, and In regular order u thej may ataod upon the docket; and tbt clerk Ii directed to cause copy of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 April 1866

THE NATIONAL RErUBLIOAN rOBUSIIED DAILY. UTII OF ADVIXTIIHtO. Oaa aqaara, thrtf daya.i, ..! DO Oaa aqaara, foir daya ,.. t I & Oaaaa.a.ra.BTaa'ata.,... ....; ' 2J Oa.aqaara.alia'aTa ... IN , Itarf ataat 4ir UTMIannUM Jf !. HU. tlaaal. Twin a iHt alT.rUMB.al., par .nl. ad. Idllarl.t aotltaa 90 eaaU pat ll.., .uk Uaartlu. Local lotleaa 15 etDta par Ha., ...a. laaartlon. JOT.tUam.al. aonlaa; aad.rlha a.ataaf Waala,rar lata, far Baat,Loal ail , laurtl.a.lrt aaiu par llaaiaaba.qa.al laaartloaa half prlaa. Mat 1UM ar laaa aaaalllata a aqaara. ' Aaartl..n.ata aaoald ba feaadad la bafora alaa a'.laak a aa. Immense Mass Meeting IN support or ANDREW J0HN8OH. THE PEOPLE IN COUNCIL. Xho Speakors All Lincoln and Johnson Mon. Sptfthti bj- U. !. nanhtl Coodlsf, Ex-Got. John- itoa, of Pa., Gen. John 1. Swift, of Hut., Hon. Edgar Covin, C. S. Senator, and Cen. Crttn riarSmlth, t Kj-. The Resolutions Unanimously Adopted tSfre Satoal pttMirtoiL VOL. VI. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, FRIDAY iMOMING. APRIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING; APRIL 6, 1866." rrt j.1 a r"', wir with ft bub ftttaebed to tbem which at the time wa the 'synonym of all that waa mean and contemptible and opprobrious. It wu hissed at jqm toldlin, and youreltlaens, and ilood abroad m th expression of all that wai low and un worthy. W aMptd th title, and earn out of tho war triumphant, and now no nobler or prouder cognomen ektst tbanlbat of "Yankee," aedtb test legacy a fatbtr tan leave bli ion U Iti eiU cnahlp and nationality. I dont fear names. I have flood In the preaence of prtl for ray coon try. and aball Bot quail befor Ibt chars of betas; b "Copperhead If that or any Bama li to ttand for ft more perfect TJnlonj If It 1 to represent de Totloa to tb Conttltatloni If It li to cover those who rtmala atcedfeet to Ideee. purposes and prtn el pies with whloh the American people went to tb polls one year and a half ago, than; howerershame fol It may be now, wa will make It radiant and luminous with th glory ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 April 1866

is . THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL G, 1866. l IJtotiflunl IUuiMmuil omciAL. Dipibtmbt ei Bt.t,. 1 Vhimmi, April a, 1IM i Information baa been rocelred at tbla De partment from Mr. Tnoxu II. DoctiT, tbo Ooniul of tbe United BUtea at lirerpool, of tbe following dcatha, rlr-i On tbe 10th day of October, 1865, at Urerpool, of Mri. Mama Fokxkaux on tbe 21tt of tbe tamo month and year, of Gnu. Laoxlu, aliaa Lvixiir, of On, OruiJTTjon tbo 7th September, 1865, ofWx. Joins; on the 291h of Anguit, 18(5, of MiiciLLO Aoboht op the 2d of October, 1805, of Robt. Nruox on tbe 25th of Sep tember, 1865, of Jab. McGlood, and on the 12th of the same, 'month and year of Ja. In. DiriarifmortTiTB, I yfuamnr, iprll 4. 1M. I Information has been reeeired at thii De partment, from Mr. Tnoi. II. Duslxt, the Gonial of the United Statca at Lirerpool, of the following deaths, tIz.: On the 21it of March, 1865, at the aboTe-named place, of FAcia Maddi, an American citizen on tbe 9th of May, 1865,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 April 1866

..'Ait-V-' gtr -.. THE NATIONAL' REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL (J, 1866." ij S 'i..! 'i lv I .V w- Vi II ' a: . tL pnttounl gjpttMlfau. FRIDAY MOnNINOriULMBM. forrtciiL.) ANDUEW JO 1 1 HBO 5, Presides of the UaMted BUIee f Amtrtea IN all nd'(gulr to utom fAe prtnnU thall eowie, grHtingt "Whereaa, ft treaty wm nude and concluded at Fort Sully, in the Territory of Dakota, on the twentieth "day of October, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred lxty-flre, by and between Newton Edmunds, Edward D. Taylor, Major General 8. It Cur tis, Brigadier General IL IX. Bibley, Henry W. Reed, and Orrin Guernsey, commissioners, on the part of the United States, and Ah- kctcbMah-hon-slah,lTho Tall Soldier,) Man- to-chtskah, (The Little Hear) and othcrChieb and Headmen of tho Onk-pah-pah band of Dakotah or Sioux Indians, on the part of said band of Indians, and duly authorized thereto by them, which treaty is in the words and figures Mowing, to wit: ArtlelM of a treaty made an! conclude...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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