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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 May 1866

?7c trvvJCJLLji -& a-rer .y TAr .TTytrnTr yiht -,r.i,,?i tttst .TAvrmTAT? PTTTT THE, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBUSIir.D DAILY. PUDIiISnED .DAILY. ., , , .icatio;u iwrpiuoAtj , , tt.n,b. '(Var? morataf' (l.alaya a.eaplad) lay W. J.MraTioCo.,a.tlBlalbtrl,a,adl.f.r.UV.d loiubMila.ro (ay Uniml attl oaaU p alu. Mall baakat4'!wr.a.B HC far-atr aoatk, ; ..1 ft 00 tor tin. Koala., TOrtjoly ia f Mitea. 71. aopla. ... roar, 13&, 00. l.,t1Mpla.U.i. js.x.- I : TDI jWUKtrSATIOaAl IXTCBLICAS I, p.otlaaad avary Friday noral. i Oa. aooy .. yaar. tlOOj Tan. Mllai ... yiir, M.00( Ta. lao ana rau.tu.oa, . i J r 3o:n t-vj r HATES 07 ADVKRTISIKO. oa ftqnar. IhrtMiaye.t HHIlirfIi.lMIIH -- etqnnrt, four diva, ,,,, f er.,.,v.Ur... 4l(.iM-irtU M mu, elxdnve ...,,...(..i J Evorvotkordar t4TrtlMmiU,M Pfr.ent. nddl unetqntxt, ionr oaje, vn tin tioBtt. ti ft nk miv niMtaot: f A Mr mi. id VaBlkaHllaB BilBp4laillAlll tV) tlatl Alttatl. . , ,, Editorial lolle tt ! ?!.,. laMfttoi. ,lml h...

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. — 1 May 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING.' MAY 1. 1866: ," ' ! Washington City. P. C vr.j, MtJBTAon k co.,runusiiEna. ' a'p.niiJ8Cou, EDiton. VDBBDAT MORHIHQ:: I.MAY 1, lsetj THE MOUXTAIN AND ITS MOtNE. New has the mythical labor of the moun tain, vrhose cinntle parturition produced a diminutive mouse, been 10 completely paral leled, lh lome senses, u by the child which Congress 'baa broaght Into the world, and called by the sounding title of "reconstruc tion." The delivery was assisted by tie fa mom ''committee of 8fteen," who die with the advent of the abortion. This, at least, will be frightful news to every lover of old fashioned conatltntional government We alio apprehend that the fatal effect which attended the physician will extend to the pa tient ThU (uttu natura of rcconitructlon will, in our Judgment, be the death of the mother who bore it. Alter fire months of inconceivable agony and travail, with a Buf fering and burdened people praying for re lief; with as many doctors ...

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

THE. NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN, TUESDAY MORNING. 'MAT 1, '1866; fc fptitfnal QiyMiavL LOCAL AFFAIRS. Council lro codings. Board or Alderxky. The Board mot last event bi; at lb nsaat boar,' the Vic President (Mr. Tarton) la the eh sir. rreeent: Messrs. A. Lloy Koyes, Cross, Qallok, lieCethreo, Owsn, Berr. Cftfiflild, and Lewie, TheChelr laid before toe" Board; eeommanJcetlon 'from the Mayor annotiDelBg bU approval of the Mt for Iht relief of J. n. Cochran. An Mt to enable the Ueyor to pej Alexander Henderson ud Fran cU E. Middle ton $20 each. Alio eoto ma nidation neloilog e protest from property.owDers on F street north, between Fourteenth ud Fifteenth streets wMt, against repaying the eerrlsfe-way at that point. Alio, eommanteitlon enelosleg tbo following letter from tbo Board o( Flrt Commissioners: Ornoi Fiae CoMMteetoiraaa,) Hook Ho fl, ClTf HALt, I WAautaTOV, D. 0 , April 0, 1M-. ) few. Richard Watlaek, Mayor: M a mooting of tbo Oommlsslonert of tbo Flro Department held on tbo Id lost...

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

,;imrNAaioffAii TCESDAT 10RNm0..r.i:fr..t.rt...MAY 1, 18o. i ' , . lon,Tonoliancl Bolsnors. No feu than four different sort of Dcmo 'orati hava turned ap la Keatucky lately. The letter 0 hu 'great power orer lie Ani mal erottCoa. It DiUnt1y transforms aa anlefope Into a eantolop. R. E. Lee, late of the rebel ftrmy, will be riat at th Jaa oommtnaoment of tb Valvar ally of North Caroling bUr kowwa m Ctupel Hill. Tnt GtnTflle J?wperayi; wJo respect all 0 Infill Ua m bo aaad io atao! nomUaUoo to Cobjti bow that sportUs If baaUhtd outtn the TJapllot." "Hate you seen my black-faced antelope!" Inquired Mr. Lewcod, who ha a eolltloo of aol nali, to bli friend, '5o, I karta't. Tffcon did your black-faced aoat olepo w.tkV1 J, t Benjamin. AVe learn that Jndah P. BeajamlaUta Montreal, Mters hating beea ro coWod from Mm b Louis Lyoa(kti kalf-brothtr, rerid.Df, at Warrotoo) u lata ai tbo 15th last C?Wr QhitrvtT, mk. I The excitement among the New York llqoor dlrf, jrowiajoat of tbo now oxolso law...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 May 1866

i (I i T I ' f -i E L I 3 1 THE NATIONAL, REPUBLICAN -THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN rUBUSIIED DAILY. PUBLISHED DAILY. v e , Tne haVioical- xxfoblicas BATX8 Or JLDV&BTlSlKd. - Oaa sqaara, tferaa 4a7a,..i.o.,..,,uW.i1 $0 Oaaaqflara, foar dtj-f ,,.,,, ,..., ?-?-' M Oaaaqvata. fltBaari .I... ........ w Oaaaqtar, Ic.taxs.t 4it...'..ti.'.!!fsi.e'e. M Irtrr other 4r ad f artist mtata, M Mr Mil. Mat UobbL TwlMftWMkadTrtlMnMUrpr ttstU dltioaal. . Wits rial aotlMt S5 ! par ll,Mh liMrtloi. Local Botleas IS easts per Hat, wh UstrtltHu AdTsi-tlMmsnU wn.Hr "Bdtftbe Bsaasaf Wiitl,Tr Bala. For Real, Last aa Toast, iasartUa, ttn MiU Mr Ilfltj aabiqiit laatrtloaa lf prtM. Six llata sr Um ejoastltaU a sqvart. AdrartlsamaBti. ahoald ta fcaadtd la War aU o'ttotk p m la pabllibed every taoralag.(Saadaya excepted) by W, 1. Heme. Co., He', til 'lath- atreet, 1.4 la feral. aid te aabeeribera (by aarrl.re) al T ee.U per raoata. all enUerlWra, MOO ft aaB vuu rer eix aoathiiaad II CO for Una walks, tieoxtriatlr ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 May 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 'ISCO. ' gjtationnl gcnitutai.. TTMblniitan City, I. C. W. J. MTJKTAOlt A CO.. PUBLISHERS. R T. HANSCOM, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY U0IUtINO-vs:'.::.MAY 1, ISM. THE CONOnKSSIONAL. FIASCO ONCE MORE. It was once said of Franco, "She U at this moment like a tick person In the hands ol nnakillful doctor, who amputate her lunbi to core her of a malady which time, patience and mild treatment would effectually over come." Nothing could more accurately de scribe the unfortunate- condition of thii country than the statement that it " Is in the hands of unskillful doctors." The radi cal treatment they prescribe inflames where it should soothe blisters where it should assuage and, instead of healing, reopens and lays bare the hidden scars and hateful wounds with which we hare been afflicted. It is the province of quackery to pretend to enre where science fails. The victims of its delusions hare added fearfully to the popula tion of the grave. Yet quack...

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

the National republican, "Wednesday -morning, may, isbo. 4 Ungual lUpuMwH LOCAL AFFAIR8. Washington City Biblb SocinT. -At meeting of this honored phllMthropIo as sextet loo oa Monday erenloa; tb follow! f offoars were ltcUd for the ensuing yeart PresidentBon. Peter. Parker, of Now York Arena PreebyUrian church Viet PrastdsaU WUIUm It. Campbell, Pint Presbyterian) James L. Edwards, Weitera Presby tertanj Jo to 0. Ilarkness, MeKendre; A 8. Pratt, St. Pnl'i Eoglleb Lutheran; William J, Itt.se', Pint Baptist, Thirteenth strict, A. Ilotb will, B Stmt Baptist, William T. Todd, Trinity TJlyseea Ward. Methodist Protestant, Ninth etreetj Cleorge K. Baker, Biq , State Department) lion. A. N. Zerely, Chorea of tbt Incarnation. Secretary M. H. Miller, Fourth Presbyterian. Treason r William Battentyne, New York are na, Presbyterian. Board of Managers .William Dixon, Bast Wash logton, Methodist Episcopal) R. B. Ferguson, Meth odlst Protestant, Nary Yard J. W, Mag.ll, obureh of Epiphany Joiaph N....

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

Utotaal Upbtau; WHDSB8DAY UORNINO:i:::::::!::UAT J, IBM, Pen, Pencil, mil Htlauaor. BmmtroET papers report 140,000 bales of aolteti snipped from that port alaoe the war. ,, ,A Nrjsrnumrt paper complains that "tho back writers to Waablagtoa eberg. members from ti to $100 for writing tbolr speeohes. Tni tiro Ilebrow congregations of Charles ton, Soath Carolina, after a separation of a qaar. tar of a cantor, hare Teaalta, Br the great explosion and conflagration at Detroit, on Thored.j algal, twantj-oljht Ural ara nauarad 10 nave boon loai. Qoibbli says the stretch of telegraphic eablo aerou tbo Atleatle la a atretak of tbo Image. naiion. Tni people of Nebraska will Tote on the aaaonil Tuesday Is Jnno nail, oa tbo BUU oonatl tatloa SoWtted bj tbo lut Btata Legtsletare. VxavtoTt papers report a serious fall In batter laat weak, and atlU lowar prleea aro ex peeled. Tots Mobile Register denies that It has placed tho una of Oea. It. E. Lao at tbo bood of iU oolomnl far Prealdeal of tbo Uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 May 1866

Tlffi-NATIONAL-REPDBLICAN"- runn'anED daily. R1TM Or ADVKKTIIUa. Oat tqiar., Ur4rt bioo Oia aqatra, foir 4Tt, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,.,,t.i, its) B BO Oiotqitrt, BfttUra titling 00- Uaa aqnar. tlxdiffl.ii tt.Wi, .,... ,, B t Itwy ethtr Bar iBr rllaamaiU, 00 jr tL 4il IIOBftl. TwIC ft WMklTUUMMU,fpr Mltftd Mtlorlal Btttt S3 mbU ft Haa, aaak Uaartiai, LOCLI BOlltll U ! Mf )U, Mk UMrtt! idTrtlMniiUeo1if !rlhfcfcdiofWiti,T6f Fkl, rr Rat, lai ftiBTaftiB, liMnloM" " par Hit i nbMM lMriU kftlf prUt. StslltaaorUaatatttlitltft . ... A4vtMlMBui aktJ4.fc ab44iU Mart ! 'alack p in. , , t y norog a, r g . rAYOli'S OFFICE, 1VI Tibbitoi. InrllM- 11M. fropoli will t rtctlfH still It B'clctk, at MOlf1 DAT, BUl 7, Ititiil, for OttiXag tid Qrf llif !rtk CfrUlttf,b(WMi L ttratl aoflh ftB Maw Ttrfc . tha a-ratal U b.bU lib 1b ti ttlr. UprtBfffUfBr la thaa Uwirda tht gattar llaat to V well rlU4 with fcaa?j rollar Bfur f rtllUf . Bid (o k tllTd of til bonldtrtef bb Improper alia, ilk Buitra will UU lk rli pr atf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 May 1866

hum J.: it -Waanlnston City, I. C. "W. J. MPBTAOH k CO, rUPUSHKIta b. p. jjanbcom, editor THURSDAY MOnNINQ::-..:!:;;:i::MAT , 18 - COLORADO. The radical programme U rapidly dotclop lng itlf. II b signally MaehleTellian. The router of Italian political chicanery would look with awe and admiration, were he upon the earth, at the supreme audacity and im punity of hit ditctplet who Sourish under the title of Radicals. Under pretended devotion to liberty, they are sacriflclng the institu tions which haie been the glory ofjreedom. While charging the Executire with misuse of jpowef; 'they are usurping authority and centralizing power which will toon blot out all the bulwarks of public liberty, and place government wholly within the power of a Congressional mob. In its warfare for con solidation, Colorado plays an important part. This would-be State, after having been re jected in the Senate on principle, was after wards forced through under party drill, for political purposes. It is soon t...

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

THE NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN. OlH iRSDAY MORNING., MAjY , 3.' I8GG.1 fnti0ttnirVpWifnu, LOOAL AFFAIR8. e. Tm Ariucut M. E. Conniisc. Tho CoBferene.' rtuHmtM .eeleraa ncrolng, and alief rell,toui utreliu, U aolreea f In. Blanooe vu taacV That reeommeni trilla. apart Ike iceond Bn. lata r BenUmber aa a ljr of laaana.Wlai; mil prala. to Ooi for In. gm delt wenee ef the race) aaa farther, tke fe-ita Taare.ejr la September, 18W, u a'de for praj.t Ml faetla. for tin Preal dent .'the UalUd Sulci aad Cenjreil, to tho nd thatjnc; mart lb. objieti they look to oh tola a la rallae; of ProTldoaoo. Chaplain, Taraor preacnUd the report eh the Book Content which wai adopted. Rot. Jamoi M. Shorter addreiaed the Ooaforoa'eo la Ukalf of Wlibirforao Unlreriltj, Obto after ifblehtbo appotntmonUwer. aaaoaaeod M follow,, aad tbo'Oonftroaoo adj.araedl Baltimore Baikal Cbarab, B. T. Tanncri Eboa- oior. John M. Browni Ualoa Bolkol aad ,Wlera Chapel, J. D. B. HalL Beltlnior, City Minion Joba J.. Herbert. Wtahlnft...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 May 1866

IfpitMiara. THURSDAY MOa!(INO:i.-i:::i::::iiafAY , 1U. ornctiu LAWS 6t the "united states. PaiMd mt Ire. rival l(lu f Ikt 'Thirty. Main Cmirtss. i . ' fPrauo -No. 39l) A.-JLcr to. TaelliUte flie settlcnirrit of Xne account of the Treasurer of the, .United Statu, and to secure certain' money to the people of the United Btates, o to per 10m to whom they are doe, sad who are entitled to receive the same Btiienacttd by the Senate and IToute of Xepretcntativts rof tht, Unjtetl Statee of .nmcriiu ere tytmrjrrss' nfirmotea, lnat au amounts of moneyi that are represented by certificates, drafts, or checks, issued by the Treasurer of the. United States, or by any disbursing officer of any department of the fovemment of the United States, upon the rcasnrer or any assistant treasurer, or des ignated depositary of the United States, or tipon any national bank designated as a depositary of the United States, and which shall be represented on the books of either such offices as standing to the cr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 May 1866

', ur r i c r -r i , , T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. BATES OF ADTSRTIIIKO. Oi e4ar, thro daya,,... i.iu.H. Ob h" fear days. . Oaeaaanfe. Eva 4 avi.. ............ ....... MM so 100 Oae e?ar. atx dya I Every other day BdvertleemeaU, BO vr ! ddl tloaal. Twle ft Mk UftrUwiiiti, U ptr ml, ad ditional , .Editorial Btlee M Mali pf Ua,ek IiMrtloi. Lwnl aotleee S3 cente pit Mm, eeeb laaertloa. ' Adv ertieemeata eomlar voder tko heed a of Weale.rer Eat. rorBai,lotad Yoa, lMnlatlM jf Mae, eateeqaeat laeertUaa hairprle, " H AUUaeorleee-BemUB ee.nar. . . W A4rrtiMnMU hal4 U , U Won, alaa, 'alocltp ha. " . . "' 'i t pnoroeALB, ITrABUINOTOK AIISENAL, n y. t WAMlMWir.D.p, April W,lM. Bealed ropoaa will b retvd at Ik WaiklngM Areatt lll thelWhef .May, al li clMk.-m , far betiding MagilaaihTarrt.o Bear th Con CTelonal Darylag OrodL Plea aad epMllMoae b nee oa application to tb wmnudlif tEeer of th Area!, oa tod after lit? 1 Eeeh prepoial I 1m JdMt HliI far MQffii1B.' ab4 ta h eeadimoanlod...

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

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, -rRroAYJIOKNING, -AIA.Y- 4,13G6 f. "Washington City. C. J, MCyTAGII t C0-,rPDLI3tIERa & P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. FJUDAT MOflSINO MAT 4, IMC. THE CJAMFOnNIArBESSONTJir niTCATioar. On the 25th nit we published a statement in regard to the position of the press of the BUte of California and classified the lists under tho heads of "dailies' weeklies; "city." and 'country," those supporting The President's policy and thoso supporting Con gress. As "tho hand-writing on the wall is not easily interpreted by some of the wean minded brethren, wo annonnco that our au thority for the Information is the Qnincy (California) Union of the 17th of March, which contained tho following article: "The following papers In this State, which hare supported the Union party, are now in favor of the President's policy: San Fran cisco CaU, Alia, Bulletin, Dramatic Chron icle, Spint of the Times, Farmer, Itural Tfnm Journal Caltfornian. Golden Era. Mercury, California Police Gazette, Ne...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 May 1866

1TIE KAlIONftaJEEPTOLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. M-Art 4,'.:i866. ptlomrt UinMtyiu. TllTTErARTMEKTS. Past tlrTJea Department. The following orders were baaed last renins: Maryland Establish an offlet at IleyvlUe, Belt. more coaotv. aad appoint ff lllleta Kldd postmas Ur. This office will receive a apeelel mall lappl Iroffl Parkloo, two and a balf mile dletant. At Dohemla Millf, Ceell cooniy, Md -.Edward B.-Caulk Id appointed postmaster, tlee Thome Yendertlft, failed, to bond. Virgin! a,VlrglBla ofieee reopened Thornton' Depot, Fairfax ooootyW, II, Thornton reap poinud poetmaaler. Oalirord BUI Ion, Loodoan coantj Wlllltm F. UeFarland poatuaiUr. Fatar'i Creek, Patrick oonotj Moaoi Arnold la reappointed postmaster. J arming's Ordinary, Nottoway eounty Mr. E. Ft Robertson toitin.atreas. Santo svllle, fihanandoah eoanty Noah Sana poll matter. New Store, Buckingham connly Mtia AHoe Roddy postmistress. Burke's Garden, Tasewell eooaty Mra. Mary Barke poatmlatreai. Ltaklog Creek, Craig eoonty Jam!...

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

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PBIDAY; MORNING., MAY 4. I860. gjnttomrt jUimfttou, FRIDAY MORSIKO HAT 4, 18M. I (Hlf ntl f OOTB-PrtpMmllMM .Inth Norlhera States, May Is often a wt,Tiny month, and corn planted early .i. nnt oiyikk nn it ill. or It dram oat a poor. yellowish, dwindling life, until the warm weather of Jnne, while the farmer lias ia . itiulv battle with the weeds In order to ee hit corn rows at all This U riin dm mg at least and we Terv much prefer to do other work in the early part of the month, meanwhile keeping the ground in hv occuional harrowlntrs. so that tier- haps two or three cropt of weeds, will start on and be killed beforo the 20th or 23th, at which time we prefer to put in the main crop. An early maturing kind is best, and this cannot be two much inaistd on both at theKastand at the West; and we prefer not to go too far out of the neighborhood for It, if we hare not enough of such seed as we want of our own raising. Take perfect ears with small cobs, and well fil...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 May 1866

ii -HIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN :h ,"J pj TUBLIsnED DAILY. S1TK8 OT iDTIBTIIIird. Oee oquee,,iirw deye.t. ,..,,.. M.u...i. Oaeeqtere, foor Jere,...,,., . Mod , IN on mum iii jmi.:. .. . ::..'. ':.... 7 s Xery otbertUy ftdmttMinttU.eo per eet nUt t1oaL Twlee ft wMk sdTerUeemeet t per . Xdlterltl nolleec SJ eeeU f-et Unhewn. Ueortloaf Loee. notices 19 M&liMf lle, seek leeertloa ldTrt1tcnBt eotnler letter the beads of Wests, Tot le, Tot Beat, LmI ted Yoe.ii., Uien.oi,t Mil per Us eubeeqaett Insertions fcfclf price. BU II a m or leu eoosUteto oqetre. AOerttseneotc aboil a heeded In before nln4 O'clock ,0 M. AUCTION I A. I RH UUJJKR AT AUCTION. Cnur QtfAiTiiMiimft'aOrncB, ) WlIBOT0t D. a, A Mil 1811 virnTor vr asbivotoji, tost, V Will la laid at aaetloa. &l tbedAveraneet Lnnber Trdr UarjUnd etenue, i etwees. Twelfth and Thlri teeoth streets, aadcr the direction of Bretet Lleateetel Colonel Jemee M Moor. A Q. M , on BATURDAT, Met 0. At in a to, tfceMlowier-deee...

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

THE NATIONAL BEPUBLICAfl, SATUHDAY MOKlONGr, MAY 5,' 186b7 ftotioiial UintMran. Wifhlngton City. P. C. AV. J. MUBTAOHACOUDLISHERS. a r. hanscom. editor SATURDAY MQB,NmO::.';::i::::::;:MAY . 18M, the amekican coxholm. The bill Introduced a day or two ince by Mr. BniimK, proiiJing for tho consoliJa tlon and funding of nil the national debt Into a Ion; a per cent loan, meeU with a Tcry general expression of approval from the leading Journals of New York, Philadelphia and Boston, the chief financial centres of the country. The opinion has been uni versal among all classes of our cltltens for some time put, that such a measuro would be finally resorted to, being imperatively de manded, not only by the Interests of the Government and the tax-payers, but by the general business interests of the country. Tho only question has been as to the. time when such a funding process could be most easily effected. We believe that tho time has now arrived, and that at no period during the next twenty ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 May 1866

THE NA1I0NAL JREPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MQHNING. MAY 5. 1866. gjtofomtf jUjmMum LOCAL AFFA1K8. Ov Yvbuo Scaoou. Ixtkbutimo Sta TtItici There are now l,Sgfl.jaeU end 3(1T1 fe. mill scholars, total 4,1 33. vn Bare 74 aehools, and two or three about to be ergealsed. Tbe own. pajjons of parents of ehlldrea la the paella schools, aflor careful Inqatry, are, thai stated Agenti, 40; utlsta, 5 bakers, 3Jj barbers, cj Millard eetooas, 0 blacksmiths, llli boarding hoaies, 7T boiler nakers, 3T beokbladers, S3) brassworksrs, 17( brewers, f bricklayers, 79; brleknakers, S5; batchers, i( cabinetmakers, i3, carpenters, 441 1 elerfymen and etorks, (represeatlag; almost every 6tat la tho Union,) &2Sf eloekmakers, 5 eoaeh makers, IS) eoacht rim mars, 4 collectors, 4 com missioners, t eoadaetors, 13; contractor!, 8j coop ers, 10) coppersmiths, 11 detectives, i drivers, 79) dyers, 8) engineers, Jf expresitaeo, 3 farm. en, 31 firemso, 4j fishermen, 10j gardeners, 33j gaaeleeaers, 0; fannerr, 13; gnnsmttb...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 May 1866

gfatfmtul UpMintu. BATDRDAT MORNIHO .: MAY t, 1869. omciAl. LAWS OF TIIeTJNITED STATES. raind at h. Plrot Koala .fall. Thirty. Illilktnlniii rcuc No. 41. Ah Act to prorlde for the bttter organtsa- tlon of tho l-iy dcpurtraeat of the navy. Be it enacted by the Senate and lloure of Repraentatiiet of the United Statet of Amenta in Congrete auemhled, That, from and after the passage of this act, the active lut of the pay corps of the navy shall consist of eighty paymasters, forty passed assistant paymasters, and thirty assistant paymasteis Paymasters shall be regularly promoted and commissioned from passed assistant paymas ters, and passed assistant paymasters from assistant paymasters, and all passed assistant paymasters authorltcd by this act to be ap pointed who hare not heretofore been ap pointed and commissioned as assistant pay masters, and all assistant paymasters hereby authorized to be appointed shall be selected from those who haro served as acting assist ant paymasters for th...

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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