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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1861

vs'i mg r wia JAIOITAr ' ' . VOL. I. WASHINGTON. FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1861. NO. 25S.C MMtat NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TO. DAY. at THOMAS OAHLYLK. I), hoi-o hulh Ueon dawning Another bluo day: Think, wilt thou lot It Blip useless nway. Out of Eternity . Tola now day la bom ; Into Klerntty At night will rnturu. Uottold It iiforotlmo No oyn otcr tlld ; Bo toon It forovor 1'rom nil oyea U bid; Ilrto li.itli boon il.uvnlug Another bluo tl.iy : Think, wilt thou lat It Slip usoless Htriiy. TIIK FUNNCII ARMY. The principle of tlio now manoeuvres Iritro. ducfd Into IIih Frenoh army is thus described by the correspondent of the Times. A mighty rurulutlo i Lai hum accomplished, which upsets the very principle rn wlijcli the nolutlons of the French iulnutry were ba'ed. Acli'12 by :n.irm.a in deep and narrow forma tion., nnd keeping tliew nwses as much ns pops'ulu together during luo evolutions, were tl.H two principles nn which tho xystem until now had bcou bred. It was a k-Kicv left by Ilia armlit...

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 September 1861

1 r- "--sTOr-- f. 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Snntlajri ExetpleJ, BY W. J MUKTAOH OO: i i G.o. ft. WlilMi Kdltor. gr The publication oSIco of Iho National Rtpublican Is at the northeast cumot nf D and Seventh street, inoond Boor, over W. D. 8hp herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, September 27, 1861. TlIK SITUATION. The victory at Romney shows that tho na tional forces aro la full vigor on every part ol the lino of defence of Western Virginia. Itom- ney Is at tho northeastern extremity ol thai line. Floyd has just bocn beaten and. driven to retreat at tho southwestern extremity, while Lee In tho ccntro Is badly handled In tho ren con'.res which constantly occur. In Missouri, everything portends n declslvi strugglo In tho vicinity of Lexington, where General I'rlco Is, and towards which McUul loch Is advancing. To the same point teed tin national forces under General Line from Kan sas, under General Sturgls from St. Joseph, and under General Fremont In person...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1861

TMWHT1P' LOCAL NEWS: To AilnttlHn. Noarly four thousand oqplea of the Repub lican tiro clrculaled among tho floating popuhi tlon overy day.tealiles Uwlafga numbereerved ti regular auhscribara". Advertisers will take jioto accordingly. 1 tic Observance of I't Day Trio rocoromotiiUllon of Ilia Proildeot, that voslerday should be obsorved as n day of fiat ins mid pniyor, was generally observed IhrouKliout tbu olty yeatorday, nearly all liusl nous lining suspoiided Ihrouxh the onllre (lay, nnd must of the vtiurolici being flllod to over flowing. At ilia navy vnrd, Urn land woro nil illu mined lor the Jay, their riaygclng onus nsii.il, and tho a.imo example was very genorally fol lowed mi prlvnlo Horki. In ko nr.it of tho churches, Borvlccs wore hold tlirnuglinut tho lUy, commencing at early lUnii and i onllniiliig until nine or ten o'clock .it night; largo congregation being In nlUroi anco Ihron hont, Many of lh sold lorn from tho camps worn present -M tthe vnrloiin ohiirohos, and seeme...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1861

aStWBWG? fg-MtrKfair' "" for tl Ti' GOVERNMENT ADVT3.. p H O P O 8 A I' MAVlDtrARWUT. . v " 'SJer I, IMt. nr avi.ift'w''"2.axTi:"Msa, navy yards J5hV3nlc(. which wUl be furnished braced In P'to'rf ': JJ 'iV mall, If so tiqncsttd. to W'S?. Ki offer Iroontract for any or .1 of rrrtoui " ?.r...i- hvfho com lesllln'""i" V,h..m,.lti-i.iifilia iy.'"7ry,rtUci7.icnhiu r,njVrtherr"jmn).i.J or by the nary agent nearest BErJw or "y the bureau lor any or a I the yards t?mo"'l'!; and each individual ol.ttflrm must leu Ihe bid and contract. '$,, ,,.'... i,.,.i,v i-iuiloiied and particularly no MaM that Ihelr offers must be In Uc lorm hereinafter rtncil inat imtt "".,. ... .. . ...., .t.-i- .1... iircscnbed.ani no man tu muic . ,. "- -"-.'1-.11 v,.r. a lie lime exnlrea for rcotlvlni? them ,.. ...it 1 ..usttlcrnl uhtili iftnft 6s m-riid after Vic vr.'ttf ttitct and allMKincs u-tfl U nildc for fauiua tf " To tusrd against offers being owned before the time siM-oliited, bidders Bro requested to endor...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1861

1 " ' ' , I . I I ' . I 11 l WJP . I I -. , jA'Mjraaa jaiioita r1 mAMt'XH Mtna; nti i;i ii t , VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, SEip'EMBER 28, 1861. J.. ,t o:i it t i- f if faWii- NO. 259. liraimx H&Mllk 1 1 1 tt II - - i v X " aR . . . '' ft' -J1" "V- ' -! . L ' ' ''" ' I ' 'It t ) i- INATIOML REPUBLICAN, oisr .QPAiPi At midnight, on roy lonely beat,", ',, When shadow piapa Uia jrood and lea, A lulnii seomi my vlaw to greet ,..., Of ono .it home th.it prays fur me. Nk rosos hluvr upon hor ohoek Her form, la nut a lover,' elroatn Hut on her Iacci, m r.ilr tin 1 itieok, A host of holier beauties gleam, l'oi Borily softly slilnos ber silver hair, A patlonlsmllo Is nit her f.ioo, And the intlct, lustrous light of prnyer Around her shells .inicon like gracs. Shu FMjr, fur ono that's far stray Iho soldier in 1iI3 holy fJM And bogs that Hoavcu In mercy may Protect tier boy and bloss tho Right I Till, though the leagues llo far between, This sllont Inoenso of lirr heart Bio tla o'er my ao...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1861

r.JL, NAT10NAL REPUBLICAN, PablUhcd Daily, Sunday Eicepttd, BY W. J MtJKTAOH & OO. O.o. M. W. Kstllaf. V tribe publication uHlte cf the jYnlioiuil Rtpubhcan Is at the northeast cornel rf D and (Seventh street, second Door, over W. I). Bhep hard's store. Entrance on Bevenlh street. gatarday, Scptnrttr 28, 1861. TIIEWKBKLY NATIONAL, UKPULICAN Tbli day published, Is a largo and hand somely printed sheet, filled exclusively wllb reading matter, of the most Interesting kind. It contain alt the, current news of tho week, by mall and telegraph, embracing tbe Interest ing and exciting news from Missouri, Kentucky, Western Virginia, and from the Grand Army of the Potomac. All official army orders, ap pointment, and other Important military mat ters, will also be found in its columns. Also, Tract No. 1 (or tbo Army, and the names of tbe sick and wounded Union prisoners at Richmond, together with a great variety of news Items, and patriotic poetry, dedicated to the gallant soldiers of the ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1861

WOm NEWSP, To Advertiser. y NoArly ir.N thousand ouplef of tlhe fifpvb lican aro clroulated'among tha flatting popnii. lion evary dy,besides IhoUrga number sorvcd tn regular aubnorlbera. Advertisers will Uka. yntq tircUrJlnjIy, i .1 - ' A Geiman'soldler Don'tTBetiaYe Fiou- Yealeid.iy morning, its OfltoerW.H.Fooswss going lila rounds, he discovered a soldier; with u log of wood In hla hinds, Attempting' to get Into .1 houso at the corner of A atraat north and l'ouith street oust. He Immediately arrested the cflonder, who was taken to the office of Juslicu McKennH, followed by two women, who resided in the house. The offender being raw Oorm in, hi wan also one of tha witnesses n gi oat deitl of difficulty was experienced In get ting at tho merits ol the case. An interpreter wii6 -at length obtained, and tho following f.iotj gloaned: BothHbo women had coma oil to tho "city in the capacity oT daughter of tho regiment one nf them, Mm. Joanna Peters, accompanying the De Kalb regl. mont, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1861

rVZZi. ttt t -. rrvrsr-.jT-wv'Si.-w.-a ab"!"" sswwar-a i 1" P governmentadv:T.-. .. BOOIH PROPOSALS Hill "" ... . . or tii 1TFin. .Aff.TM.STlemVr'.!"" 815 M, JPJP,ftWS?lK7,5aSrt . nopw .'Ai. .t .i.m i. J. or LiiiMcwnty i an , a minis. , v - -1 . . . vi tor Indian Goods, be,) to fcich proposal malt bt accompanied wilt i P1'' tee la lh io.low.iqt lorm.vo ot '"' ";... mort responsible wr, whose sarnclenci """the cirthl.d to by a United 8tatci Judge or dlitrict at Y& hereby Jointly ' ncTtMrmllr K?"o VM ih. ihov. bidder, for bidden ) if contract ahall be : - i. . - . . ..i4 us in nit ni" ii. ir bid or iSrooiil. will txe& contract accordingly, L aood.7" rcl J,i'0Wjy YwkTm K d Jtvethl renuUltr,urlty for the performance A M on Tuedr.b '; Oolci I and, lu the event othli (or their) failure 10 to; for fnralsblni; "e following nimea mm" 1 f c w Wn(, .,.,, our licln.cxri cjliss no. i .VitlfcKio- ttwld. CtbtAj, and Dry Goods. 5 Ml rain S point white Machinal, blanket!, to 2 nij P1,,,!,, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 September 1861

i"l ru'fiiitl'fir nniajmtu wm it . I ,V ' ' VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1861. NO. 200. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. for lb. tl.it. " Rvuui CIlAltLVCS 11. STIBWAIlT, Obit September 84, 1861, JEUt 10. Ah I If the Jealous care of love, , Anil IU unwearying watchfulness, Could aught avail to foil the blow, Wo had not known this deep distress I Slow, dark, and heavjr wore the nlflht, Ho Med with the d.iwnlng d ly, And when tho mnrnlnK srallnd abroad, Sorenoly-boautlfiil ho I ly Fair as n snow wro ith, and as cold So cnld 1 and oh, so sllll and r.ilo 1 Ihos ) dear oj o, dullod 'c ith he ivy lids, Unheeding our desp ilrlng w ill. Vain, vain are words -wo can but woep; Leavo us alone to inoan and pray, Putting all human hands aside God help us bear this blttnr day 1 IIowahdGiandov. Washityton, Sepltmlter 15, MM. THE ARTICLES OF WAR. OENCIIVL ORDRItS-No. 13. HE41KJUAKTKRS. Aumv or the Potomac, H'diimjlmi, Sept. 1C, lm.l. The accompanying oxtraols from tho " Uules and Articles for the (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 September 1861

--r.'t mtJW n fZXtz&li. jtv:-r.-'viT.--i( rr rF S .3 wr It NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pnbllihttl Daily, Samlayi UicepUd. BY W. J. MUHTAG1I & QO. FfcOM THE GRAND ARMY. Geo. H We. ton, Kit I tor. aWThe publication offloe of the Rational Ktpublican Is at the? northeast comet of D and Beventh street, second floor, over W, D. Bhep herd's store. Entranoe on Beventb street. Moiday, ttopteaber 30, 1S61. T1IK NAVIGATION OF TUB l'OUIJUO, The firing of shells from one of the points of Occoquan Creek, last week, into a bay-load ed ichoener, has caused the general circulation of the statement that the navigation of the Potomac ts closed. This has been tallowed, naturally, by a rise in the price of heavy aril clea of general consumption, such as coal, hay, Ac., which we receive by the river, and mini embarrass the chartering and sailing of vessels for this port with Government stores The coal dealers here are said to havn put up the price of coal from six to eight dollars per Ion It Is not beli...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 September 1861

rocAL" news: To AilTrtUc r. Nearly itH thousand ooplea of llia-'frjiwb- Item ure circulated among th flouting populn. tlon every dny , beildei thelarg number; served to regular subscriber. Adrerllaeri will Uke note accordingly. lloBtsl of Folic Commlsaloiiere. Tlie Doiird of Commissioner! of tho Milropol ltan I'ollcn met on Friday afternoon In llielr rooms on Eleventh street. Dorser Darron,of the first ward, was appoint' ed on the tiolioe In the fourth precinct (first ward) In place of Charles Boarman, declined, mid Frederick Williams In the seventh precinct (fourth ward) In place of F. Depro. Authority was granted to the President of the Board to make a requisition on the Secretary of War, through the Interior Department, for revolvers with which to arm the poll in. On motion or Mr. BrOwn, It was ordered that the superintendent call on the magistrates luiv- tner mnnnt In hunda nnllAfitedfrbm fines for Sell- Ine Honor to soldiers, and for similar violations of law, for the same, and...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 September 1861

-r j,irrrv f I 1 I I I fc -iiJ MAILS AND RAILROAD. "a MUliaRHKIIT OK TUK MAIL. A "K a, tri Wasmitotoii Cut rosr Urricc. xk vwn Jfafl closes at 1 o'clock and t o'clock r. ?!$??" "ny" M I0 M nd ' d& V-clo.tlolock P.M.. and if ' WiEraaSKS J& "' oWook and at 9 o'clock r7r.. dallr . Mli at 10 A. M. and r'hf Ahimiria Jeofl close at 4 SO P. H.; and ar ''VJL'nAiu alll onen for delivery at 8 o'clock A.M. dailr. and cIom at 80 P. M., dally, except n bun day. when It will open at and cIom at loo'cliick A M opening acaln ate P.M. nod remalnlna open tllUP.M. 1.KW1B CLftlMIANK,, .V JkJ O T I a K . Post Orrica, Washington, Sept S3, 1361 The Hew Style of Uovernment Pottage Stamps U now ready, and lor eale at thli ofllM, Exchange will be made or the new ityle for an equivalent amount of the old laan dating a perioil nt ni Jays Irom the date or this notice, alter which stsinps nl the old issue will not be received In payment ol pon age on Icttera or other mall matter pent from thin ol noe To ...

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

i ihiimn pjTtc?srsssTj 1 1 .,' !. , f,1.1 . " e I" I L - ' ' i'. UL .f . , j.lp.-Jiifcjimj.L. 1 1. ma attUiwl lUrpMirati, r VOL. I. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1861. NO. 261. &hwpftwwrtiri MA m W K. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For the National Republican. TUB FALli OS LKXlKUTOn. On this occasion the rebels tore down tho Federal tlijj and tramplfrt it In tie duit And what though the oreat of a brazen rovolt la reared fur thn moment In Insolent toy O'er tho Banctlfled front of our glorious o itiso. wboao hope una existence yo ourn iu un it roy! Tho b inner wJiosj folds ye h.ivo Ir.elloil In tho dust, Is a lured In aplto of your d.itturdly hutuN ; And tho t.ile of your cowardly dned shall lm told With hisses mid sneers In tho uttermost l.mtU. In Booth, 'twas n valiant and soldierly act, Boutllng the spirits that marshal your ulan, To Insult the old banner, whoso folds woro your shield Th it loosed on the hdur when your glory hogan. That tl.ii? Is tho typo and ally of oaclt deed That g...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 October 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pobliihtd Daily, Sunday Giccpln), BY W. J- MUIlTAail A CO. Oeo. Mi Weston, KdUor. AW Tho imblloiillon office iif Hie AVittonnl Republican In t the northeast corner of D and Seventh strest, second floor, over W. ". Bhep. herd's (tore. fc'ntrinci on Seventh street. TiK-sday, October 1, 1SB1. --p - " """" jeffAn Interesting account of the arrival ol tbe Richmond prisoners at Charleston will bu found In another column. Kurlhor Souther.! items or Interest, by Mr. Haley, ol Charleston, will be given to morrow. Grkat Umon Mkkti.su ix Maktunu. For n spirited report of the late Union mectiug In Maryland, soo first page. ,TIIK SITUATION. The Chicago Ttibunc estimates General Frc ruont'a force, available for attacking Gcncr.il Price, at ralhir less than 20,000, exclusive ol the forces of General Lane anil General Slur gig, now on tho borders of Kansas, and amount log to five or bIx thousand more. It seems thai on tho day previous to the sur render of Colonel Mulligan, Gene...

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. — 1 October 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To Artrertlaers. Noarly ten thousand copies ol tho JJepub Ucan nre clroulatod among the flouting 1oiuU Hod eery day, besides tholnrfin number Honod to regular nubsorlbor. Advents th will tiko note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. BoiiiDot ALDKBMtN. A ooramunic tllon wih receded from tho Major, stilting tlmt bo It id approved of a. resolution la respect to the l iy or tHallnc and prayer. Abio, one enclosing a lettor from 7,. 0. IOh bins, Ptnsldont of Ilia B)anIof Police, nklng tHftl the corporation mako tho following appro prlatlons: For renting stallon-homes In the several warita, fl 000; ropalrlng tho lock-up linusoH nbw owned by tho city, $1,000; for iur. nlshlng, heating, and lighting the samo, $1,000 Tho communlc itlou nas referrod tolhoOm mltleo on Pollco. Mr. Clark. iifTiirori a resolution asking that a rommlttoo of two me mbors of each Hoard and -J the Mayor bo appointed to wait on thn Socio 13 lull) nf ll XT .... ...) ..A. tL.i l. . m VI lllO liavj AUU UIO 111 til UQ ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 October 1861

MAILS AND RAILKOAD. The JvoroVra Mall closes t 1 , c'"1 " Vi JF'S? P. M , dully i and rrl t e to A. M. nnd 0" t . s.( d'"(fe IT, m AM close- t l o'clock r. M , and ar IVcioe'k PjWBl7 d " a' ,0 A' ,",, " rh.MJfr!&. W clu, at 4 S0 X't U- uml "i!.,imiVi!lIon ford.IlvcryM 8 o'clock A ill liillf '" clw M 10 I. M . daily, xpt ou 8ud Sir whin II will "I" l and close at too clock A v i WivliiJ (Cln tF. M intd renminbis, or-1 llin P M LEWIS CI.CTHANI-..I' V N U T 1 U IS , Vtttt Ullll K. 11 BP11IUSIW! "k v t'tl'OI Tin New Btyle of (lovernment Postage Mainpr , Sf--l.t..... C . H3IMI nun rraty,smi ior ssiu m uu. uiiiio r minni will be mndo of (ho new style for an ciulvalim amount of the olil Issue duilng a period ol six iftiji from Hie date or Hits notice, alter which stamps oi the ofci Issue will not be received in payment of iu t age on letters or other mail matter seut from this ui lice lo asold delay or confusion, the exchange will be made in the ro3tmaStcri m lewis om:piiani: roslni&am...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1861

I ' sues. .,. . -. M j atiiral ItyttMimtL ' i VOL. I. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1861. NO. 262. i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Um JjmIitIUa Joarnsl. This One jjosm u evidently written before the civil wtr begkn There lha standi I tn the midst of the ombattlod (tars, And confront! the rago of Mar, Olive-crowned, with olivo branohea in her hands, There among the stars she stands I There betweon the vans of battlo there the Htanrts I Central tpletfflnr of the clvlo oonstellatinn I Down be burls the broken falchion and 01 f inds her bloodless bands, 8 ing, "Peace, be still, 0 Nation! " Islko the Siivlor, tlinro sho stands! Peace Imploring thero she stands: O beware, yo who would trample Down her beautiful example ; Turico uowitre, Ye who would tear Tbe Inviolable olive from ber consecrated hands! Be shall die a shrlftlpss traitor Who shall ruthlossly pluolc down From her handsthe olive branch.or from hor brows the ollvo crown; By the same sword he shall perish which It draws to Immo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dally, Sundays Excepted, BY W. J. MOUTAflll & CO. Ueo. Mt Weilan, Kdltor. WThfl publication offloe of lh National lUinMican Is nt the northoitst cornor of D and Peventh strest, socond floor, over W. D. Sbsp hei l'i store. Entrance on Seventh street. Wednesday, October 2, 1861. MlHJ CARROLL eiN TUB ttltlT OP HMIKAS Coil vs. Wo refer our readers to unable review ol Ibo Attorney General' opinion on the right ol 4he President to make arrests and to suspend the writ of luibtat corpus, which vf ill be found on our flret page. Miss Carroll clears away the mists within which this subject has long been enveloped, and, with groat ability, defends the President iu Iho course ho his pursued. && Brigadier General (ol volunteers) J. II L' Todd was, on the loth ultimo, elected dole Hle to Congress from Dacotah Territory, beat ing two competitors Messrs. Bell and Booge. Efr.ecietary Cbaso returned to Washing ton yesterday morning: having succeeded In ob ta...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1861

i 'Ti ww&B&f'SWr&&miiprrp imJmtffff',j!i,l ,lffT'9 iT I I - LOCAL NEWS. To Ailvcrtlseia Nearly Je IhouSind coplos (if tha Ucjnib Ifiin ro circulated iimong the OtMlIni: popnM tlonc4eryUiir,besldestholrgo number norvcc" I" regular Huluorlberu. Advertisers will take nolo aci-ordliiRly. To our Qcnrgetonn Hnbtttiliris. Our foiroor fluent, Mr. A. V. Bums, bavlnr dcilinod In net, us our H;eut,8ubsoilbors In (tnnrirlnftn will liorctftor bo orvcd by Mi 0 It nelpliy, who I now our recognized iigont f r Ihal i My. Wo iiwo nn apology for tho IrreRii lau'j with rvli'cli tho Itepuhltcan lias licon ilo J llvered in ourmibscrlborj llioro, but h'l.o ti hivei Hie p.ipci sorvod morfpunolually mulct Iho now arningcraonl. , Vol sons wishing to subsi i ibo u 111 pleaao lea c their nnmen at Mr. 0. Urnndoll'i bookstore, No. 2 llrlilgo stioit. Advertisements or oommu nn ilkuis may bo left at the same placo. . . . Tie) nit 'roiiolltan Police Acting as Detec tives. Wo m ide mention n few days...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1861

fcr M MAILS AND RAILROAD. -AU,lANKMK?TrM P rM!:.n5 rr.m at 0.10 A. M. and a P. M., 'WXW 1 o'clock and .. J 1 ufjtMlifcM "" cl0M 4 50 r- " "", " rlThoOlM''ill open fordeliveryat o'olock A.M., dally, and close m 8 so P. M., dally, except on Sun dar. nhcn it will open it 8 nd clone tt loo'olook A 11.. opening again at P.M. as! remaining open illlJPll LEWIS CLETH AN ! a TT O T I O K. Post Orncs, Washington, Sept 5?, 1891. The New.vtyle of Government Pontage Mumps u now read?, and for sal. at tali ofSoe. Exchange will be made of tho new sty'e for an equivalent amount or the old lasne dot leg a period or its iayt Irom ilia date or this notice, ailcr which stamp ol the nll Issue will not be reoeived In payment ol post age on lettera or other tnall matter ent from this of lice To avoid delay or confusion, the exchange will be made la the IWiitajer'i nM. LEWIS CLEPHANE, Postmaster. SUNDAY UEGULATlUNS As no mall arrives here alter 7 A. M , on Hundaya, this offlce wilt not be open lor the deli...

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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