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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 December 1860

THE NATIONAITREPUBLICAN IS rtJBMSHED EVERY MO NIK 0, (8UNDAT8 EXOirTED,) Oa Seventh itrcet, near E, oppos'te the General Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cents pec week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, tbreo dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATEd bfr UDVER'ftSrNb. One square, threodays............ $1 00 One squire, four dje- ........ 1.23 One square, Eve days..- 1.50 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks... .............. ......... 2.75 One square, three weeks. .., 3 60 One square, one month... 4 00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, fix months. ...... .............. 18 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day and once week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance oa the above, Intoiled as reading matter, ten cents a lias. Church and other notices, and wants, tweoty five cents fcr each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute si square. atioital Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, DEC...

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. — 27 December 1860

KATJONAL HEPUBLIOAN. Thursday, December 27, 1860. Tub Soutu and Skcessiox. As n timely reminiscence of the past, we republish to-day n article from the Illinois Monthly Magazine of Jul;, 1832, published at Cincinnati, by James Hull. It was written by Salmon P. Chase, then twenty-four years of age, nnd just commencing his profestionni career. 1 lip article attracted great attention, both from iU matter and style, and was extensively copied. It was republish ed in full in the Globe, then under the charge of Mr. Blair, and who recognised in it a ino.-t able defence of the policy of the Administra tion of Jackson, which was embodied soon after in the '' force bill."' Incidentally, this article affords an insight into tbo views of the author concerning the tariff, twenty-eight years ago. It is unneces sary to add, that Senator Chase has always ad hered, and still adhere), to those views, which are substantially reaffirmed in the Republican Platform adopted at Chicago in May last. The rea...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 December 1860

- -. LOCAL tfJTWS. UNPARALLELED SUCCESS. Tho Only Penny Morning Paper in tho city. Tho National Republican lias only been published threo weeks, and has now a larger local circulation than all tho papers in tho city combined, with tho exception of one. Our Local department is unsurpassed. Wo givo the earliest and fullest tele graphic dispatches. Publication Office on Seventh street, near E, opposite General Post Offico, and next door to Adamson's Periodical Depot. THE BOBBERY OP THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. Further Particulars Hie Arrest nIlusscll. As we stated in our last issue would be the case, Detective Officer Allen arrived here on Tuesday morning, from New York, accompa nied byOfficer Doudegan,oneof Marshal Ryn dera's aids, as an assistant, and bringing in cus tody William II. Russell. Officer Allen left this city at three o'clock Saturday afternoon, with one of his partners, (Officer Rusher,) whom he left in Baltimore on other business, and proceeded immediately through to New Yo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 December 1860

ATfOMTErtTOlICATC. a From the Illinois Monthly Journal, July, 1835. THE STATE OF THE SOUTH. Unaccustomed anddiacordantsoutidsreach us from the land of the. Marlon and the l'inckneys. trom that very quarter from which we hnve been wont to look for the brightest and most attractive examples of large nnd liberal policy, of magnanimous zeal for the common good, and of loyal attachment to the Union, our cars are now invaded by the tones of complaint and menace The complaint is taxation the menate is nt.si'Nins. The complaint and the menace have been regarded by some as fit subjects for merriment and ridicule. In that light we ta-inot regard them. When one member of this Confederacy Anneals In thn (nation nf ft.a m t.n t "J( - J ..... v. uc HOI, nil, tlgllivill ought to be heard. If, provoked by reul or seeming delay, resort is had to threat?, the uat ural impulse to retort ought not to be permit ted to disturb the even course of reason. The issue is betweeu South Carolina and the rnitntr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 December 1860

W 1 M MMMM THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (sONnAYB rXCSPTEI),) On Seventh ttreet, near 15, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPIIANE & CO. TERMS. To city mbicrlbers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mull subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES Ot ADVERTISING. One square, throe days $1 00 One square, four days.- 1.15 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 Oue square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one mouth, 4 00 One square, three months ,10.00 One square, sir months 13 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day nnd ones a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance oa the above. Insetted as reading matter, ten cnU a lino. Church and other notices, and wants, twentr- Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18G0. No. 27. five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. . PRICE ONE CENT. WASHINGTON AND THE CoRNER-StoKE. A co...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 December 1860

I . .1.1' 'National republican. Friday, December 28, 1860. Our Circulation. We print to day, an edition of three thousand six hundred. We hope the business men of Washington will take notice, and net accordingly. Mb. Weston's Amiiiess. We reprint this address on our outside, to-day, at the special i retytiest of a large number of our citizens. A Cahinet meeting was called yesterday, at H P. M., without twenty minutes previous no tice. It is thought to be with reference to the telegraphic dispatches from Charleston. They were in session late last night. The Committee or Thirty-three. The action in this committee yesterday, indicated the continued opposition of Hcpublicaus to the Missouri compromise line proposition. Fort Moultrie Abandoned See our tele graphic dispatches. Left with only a handful of men, Major Anderson is believed to have exhibited skill in occupying Fort Sumter, in stead of Fort Mouline. He may hold out now, until Mr. Lincoln comes in. So mote it be. ' The Senate Ye...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS THE ROBBERY OF THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. STILL rORTUER CONCERNtNO II UOW IT 18 RE CEIVED, ETC. As stated In yesterday's llepublican, tho sureties of Godard Bailey appeared before tho magistrate and surrendered mm to the officers of tho law on Wednesday afternoon, and bo was again placed in jull. It having been agreed that $200,000 of the $500,000 bail required for Russell might be given by parties outside the jurisdiction of this court, tho following prominent gentlemen from the State of Missouri entered into bond for the amount of $125,000, leaving 73,000 outside bail still remaining to be obtained : Hon. Sam uel II. Woodson, $40,000) Hon. James S. Green, $25,000 ; Hon. Win. Ginish, $25,000; IIon.R. II. Porter, $20,000 Hon.T. P. Akecs, $10,000; Hon. Beverly D. Williams, of Kansas, also entered into bond in the sum of $5,000. Cornelius Wendell, Esq., gave $100,000townrds tho $300,000 bail necessary to be obtained in this District. Russell declares that ho never saw Bailey ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 December 1860

NATIONAL KEWBLICAN. DISUNION. At meeting of the Republican Associa tion, 13th December, Geo. M. Weston, Esq., of this city, delivered nn nddrcss upon the sub ject of Disunion, of which wo are enabled to present the following report : Mr. W'kstox said : If wc are to believe in the new philosophy of the present day, the Government under which we so long reposed in vain security, is a mere house of painted cards, beautiful to the eye, but destined to crumble at the lightest touch, or even at the lightest breath. W ith the right of secession claimed for each one of'thlrty-threc States, to be exercised at their capnce, or what is in practical cITett the same thing, with Ihp llienrv tiroclaimpd bv the President, that tho ait of secession by either one of thirty three States is not to be resitted ny lorce, tne iiov ernment which went into operation in 178;), and which two generations ol men have lauded as the perfection of wisdom, 1ms been the most stupendous sham which cur imposed upon th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 December 1860

THE' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINO, (SOXDATS EXCFPTID,) On Seventh street, near G, oppos'te tbo General Pott Office,- by LEWI8 CLEPIIANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three, dollars and fifty cento per annum, payable In advance. Z If Of o) C h ' Yol. I. WASHINGTON,. D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1860. No. 28. vAOQAJ PRICE ONE CENT. MAJOR JACrt DOWNING ON SECE3 8I0N. We reproduce, for the benefit of tlio present day and generation, tbo following letter on Nullification, from tho celcbrnted pen of Major Jack Downing : " Washington City, Jan. 17, 1833. " To the editor of the Portland Courier, in the Mariner') Church Building, second story, eastern end, Fore street, away down East, m the State of Maine: " My Kind and Dear Old Friend : The Presi dent's message, to Congress makes crackling work here. Sir. Calhoun shows his teeth like a lion. Mr. McDuffie is cool as a cowcumber, though they say he's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 December 1860

lATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, December 29, 1860. Thn Senate, committee of thirteen ad journed finally yesterday. No proposition commanded concurring majorities 01 we lie publicans and of the Southern members. In the committee of thirty-three, yesterday, it was agreed that the Constitution be made in capable of any nnicmlment which shall nulhor- lie the Government to interfere with slavery in the Stales. To day, Mr. Nelson's proposition, ' which is substantially Mr. Critteud-u's, is to be ( voted upon. The bids for Treasury notes yesterday rang ed, as p rato of interest, from nine to thirty per cent, per annum. They fell short, in the aggregate, of the five millions proposed for. The ktar says, that, under the terms of the advertisement, theso extortionate terms must be submitted to. Strange bungling. THE ATTACK ON THE CITY OF WASH 1NGTON. The Star of Thursday evening says : "The Richmond Enquirer and Examiner, intense disunion per it sheets, are busy with efforts to induce a mob, p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 December 1860

tSOm f LOCAL NEWS More Government Rouberifs. We have just been put la possession of information which leads us to suspect that the rumors which have for the past few days been telegraphed to the New York press, of additional robberies in the Government Departments here, are far from being groundless. Several weeks ago, we had similar intimations, given out in rather an obscure manner by those who had good means of knowing, that we might soon expect some startling disclosures, not only in the In terior, but in the other Department. That none of these have been positively nsccrtaintd as jet, with the exception of the Interior De partment, we believe to be true ; but just another.such accident as caused the Interior Department transaction to bo divulged will probably also bring these to light. There are those on the track who have very good nostrils, and are somewhat acquainted with the art of scenting out these things. The Interior Departmkvt Dekalcatiov. Wo have very little additiona...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 December 1860

ii NATIONAL REPUBUCAN. Miscellaneous Items. "Secession" Movements at Chicaoo. There aro Jorty-two divorce cases, cither fin ished or in various degrees of progress, en tercd sinco May last, upon tho docket of tbo Superior Court, Chicago. The Chickasaw Guards, or Houston, Missis sippi, turned out for practice for rt prize cup, tho other da;. The bull's rye of tho target bad a hole in it, nnd, nfter the whole company bud fired, no'mark was found on tho target, whenco it was charitably inferred that nil tho balls bad gone through the bole aforesaid. All the murks men being thus equally excellent, it was im possible to ft wind the cup, wliiili is lo bo shot for again, when it is hoped I hut tuniibody will do some bad shooting. The Sooth axi the 1'ost Omen. We quote, from the last annual report of the 1'ost muster General, the receipts and expenditures during the jear fur the postal service in the fol lowing States: IVrelpu. Kicnititnrc, TVnclt. South Carolina $107,5:10 ?.ll",008 $217,52...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 December 1860

ii ru RATES OF "ADVERTISm6r One square, three dayi $1 00 One square, four days 1.23 One square, five days 1.50 One suare, six days........ .J.75 One square, two weeks , ,....., 2.75 One square, three weeks..-, t '..J, fpO One square, one month ., 4 00 One square, three months ,10.00 One square, six months 16 00 One square, one year .. 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise . menu, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, aud wants, twenty five ctnts for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED STBEY HOBKIITO, (bdkdats excii-ted,) On Seventh street, near K, opposite tbe General Ft Office, by " LEWIS GLEPHANE CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cent per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mail subscribers, tbre dollars and fifty cents per annum, payablo (n advance. .' wmxm Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1860. No. 29. i V PRICE ONE CENT. WHEN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 December 1860

vssaemmsi I- W Our publication office is on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL HEl?UBLICAN. Monday, December 31, 1880. 19 The most sinister rumors prevailed late in the evening of yesterday, to the extent, even, that the President had consented to order Major Anderson back to Fort Moultrie. There was commotio nil day yesterday in high quarters. There were reports that Floyd had been re called to the Cabinet, hut the belief was that he returns to Virginia. "The Star states that a letter was receiv ed here, postmarked at Charleston on the 2(ilh of December, six days after the secession, bear ing the frank of the ferocious Mr. Ktitl! NEW YORK-ARMING TUE STATES.. We have referred to a letter of Mr. Ilaskin to the Governor of New York, suggesting, in behalf of the delegation here, that New York troops be got into condition to sustain the Gov ernment. The whole subject is one of great delicacy. The States have no right to r...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 December 1860

LOC&L NEWS Wo ore authorized to state that the public reception by the President of tho United States on New Year's Day will commence at 12 o'clock M., at which hour, in conformity with police arrangements, the gates of the en closure will be opened. Tho rcceptiou will terminate at 2 o'clock P. M. precisely. Car riages will approach the Presidential Mansion by the east gate Star. Ji. Wiuhiko Votes;. Yesterday morning, the citizens residing in the immediate neighbor hood of the White House wcro somewhat sur prised to behold, floating from the equestrian statue of Jackson, (which is juatin front of the President's nutnsion,) an American flag, with n streamer bearing the words, " By the liter rial." It was floating there all yesterday, much to the gratification of the lovers of the Union and the chagrin of the " secessionists," whilst tho 0. P. F. was supposed to tremble in his slippers, as ho looked from his window, and rena those prophetic words of the old hero and patriot. Relig...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 December 1860

s t i.: ik. MTfONAL ItErUBLICAN. QUARREL WITH GEN. SCOTT. The Washington correspondent of the Phila delphia Prut, writing under date of Dec. 28th, mjat " The President was entirely unprepared for auch declaire action on the bart of a subordi nate, and at once sent for the Secretary of War and Gen. Scott, to know what it meant. At this meeting, quite an angry dispute arose, the President and Secretary of War denouncing Major Anderson's conduct, and declaring that he had violated orders by forsaking Fort Moul trie and taking possession of Fort Sumter, while Gen. Scott defended hia conduct, and pretty plaiii1y"iutimated hia contempt for thoie who not only seemed willing lo sacrifice the lives o( innocent me' but also exhibited a dis nosition to see important defences fall into the hands of the enemies of the country. In his opinion, Major Anderson had done exactly right, and could not have acted otherwise, sworn as he was to protect the lives of the offi cers mid men under his command,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 January 1861

HdsMMMMUM THE ttXTIONAt'kEPtj'DllCAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MORNING, (sUltDATI EXCfer-TED,) ' On Serenth'ttreet, nar E', dpjtoslle thVOeheral Fost Office, by LEWIB' CLEPHANE & CO. ' RATES OF ADVER'tiSiNfJ? One square, threodays ft.dO One square, four days 1.25 One tqUareyflve'dayi .'....., ..Tm 50 Ona sijutre,"slx days.i.i :r..i..iz:r,.i. ,1.75 One Square, two 'weeks i.:,'.'.,..,'.,:..l.'i.1S One square, three weeks ,..,. 3 50 One square) one month 4 00 One square; three months .". ,10 00 One square, six months '16 00 Ono square, one year i i 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertlls ments, fifty per cent, advance pn the above. Insetted as reading matter, ten cents a tine. Church and other notices, and wants twenty fivo cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square.' ft. r TElltttf. To city subscribers, tlx cents per week, pnya bit to tbe carrier!. To mall subscribers, Ibree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. . Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 January 1861

MVT.Out publication oflico Is on .Seventh etrtetVao'Jolnlng Adamsou's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Ofllcc. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tneiday, January 1, 1861. We understand that the President of the United States had concluded to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Secretary Flbyd, of the War Department, by appointing 'General Scott to that position, and had even proceeded so far as to forward his nomination to the 'Senate for confirmation ; Secretaries "KoWpson and Thomas, however, hearing of the fact, declared that they would instantly tender their resignations if such appointment was made) which declaration caused tbe Pres ident to change his decision and revoke the appointment. Postmaster General Holt was then requested to act as Secretary of War ad interim, which he has consented to do. General Lane was not tendered the appoint ment, is reported. BSf It Is reported that the Navy Depart ment has received a dispatch from Lieutenant James P. Foster, com...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 January 1861

J---tJA-vw r 7 I LQOAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. The Board met last evening. Nearly a full Board, with the Presi dent, W T. Doto, presiding. Several communications were received from the Mavor, and after being read, wero referred to the Committee on Finance. The report of tho Water Purveyor was read and referred to the Committee on Claims. A communication was presented in reference to the new Centre Market-house ; also referred to tho Finance Committee. . The bill of W. I). Walllach, for printing, was received, und referred to the Coinmitteo on Finance. A communication in reference to remitting tnxes on a German school-house ; also referred to the Committee on Finance. A concurrent resolution was received from the lower Board, in reference to requesting tho Mayor to issue a proclamation, desiring the cit izens to celebrate the fourth of Janunry as n day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer, which was adopted. Mr. Brown, from the Committee on Finance, introduced a bill a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 January 1861

ffAIfONAL KENJBUOAN. A Letter mom Major Anderson'. We lave been furnished bj a gentleman in this city cwUh tho following letter from the commander of the United Btates force at Charleston. As anything from that quarter is of interest, we lay it before our readers. Exchange. Fort Moultrie, S. C, Dec. 25, 1860. -, Esq., Iialtimore : cDua Slat 1 thanK ydU for tho trouble you were kind enough to take in correcting some of the rumors about me. You are riant in the opinion that t could not and would not say J (anything contradictory oftuem. Myplan always j Has been to try to do my duty honestly and 1 fully, nnd to trust that in the good sense of jus tice of the people, they would giie me credit for good intentions, even if my judgment should tarn out to hare not been good. I must confess that 1 regret that tho papers are making so much of my position here. I do notdeserve the least credit for what lamdojng nothing more than any one else would do in my position and, perhaps, not done half ...

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