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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1861

i i m i iMfciiwiyT "'".WAWB VOL. I. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY OCTOBER 3, 1861. P-Jf-fcwS HMII I Uiin.ii.ijHlJj, I JJMMjjMMW.MMM. , -- - . - .. . .. . . -.i , ,., Mi a . ., , , . .... . . - w ' ' - Zrr- NO. 263. If NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From the Louisville Journal. KKNlUCKV NOW. Let hII true-hearted Kentuckiaiiii read this, nnd then say, with douched Imnds and flushing eyes, how lung n f.irolgn tli, tho flng of rebel linn, shall float oi or Kentucky tvjl! Olive-crowned but yesterday, High among the Btnr she stuml, Deprecating, Interceding! Pointing down to thnae who lay Dying upon fleld and II od Women walling, brother. bleeding' Last night, whiie her uhlldreu slept, From the land whero Tirror reigns, . Ruthless train-bauds swept upon her, Thensbe woke, and groaned, and nopl, Seeing on her peaoeful plains The flag uftieasnii and dishonor I There among the flats she stands, Wearing now no ollvo crown Thero despoiled she sUnd-i iu sorrow I And the self 8tne shameless hands, Tint have lorn he...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLKftN,, i -r-r rr. -r- PnWIihed Dally. Snndayi tomm BY W. J MOBTAOH t 3 Oeo. M. W(tam. Kdltor. ajar Tbo publication offloe of the JVafionol Republican It at tin oortheMt corner of D ami Seventh street, second floor, over W. 1). Hhep herd'a'storei. ) Entrance on Seventh street. 'fkHrsilyi October 3, i861. thk mm ih vntonriA -the fioubes. Such estimates u those of the New ork Herald, running up the number of the enemy - tn t-t. . tui nnn vm hardrv worthy of ID lugiuin w mvv,vw, The New Yoik KiriM of last Saturday I mrwlmt. It estimates the force In Vlr- gtnU from the Southwestern Ststes at 64,000,1 divided as follows : I Alabama. . Louisiana . Texas Arkansas.. Tennessee. Mississippi Kentucky . '!'" '"!'.'" '. ,000 jit in in (1.000 3,000 15,000 10,000 1,000 61,000 . There Is no evidence that there have ever been more than two Tennessee regiments lu Virginia, both together not more than 1.200 stronr. These regiments were sent there In tbe early part of the summer. Since th...

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

EMMMBWMWIilWi'.i.J .,,.. .-jaaga --. I I I (.! ""sT IWV3VWW I1 I LOCAL NEW&V To Advertiser Nearly ten thousand copies oPlhe ftfpwb Item nr circulated among the flnallng populii Hon every day, besides tholargo number lei-vcd to regular subscribers. Advertisers will tain note nooordlngly. To our Georgetown Statist i liter. Our former agent, Mr. A. W. Ilium, IhdIiii, declined to act ns nur ugsnt, suhscilliprs In Georgetown will hoioufter he served by Mr. O. It. Delphy, who Is now nur recogulzeil aotit fi r that city. We owe an apology (or the Irregu larity with which the Republican has been de live red In our subsorlbers there, hut hope In hive Iho paper served more puuclu illy under the new arraugemont. Persons wishing to subscribe will pleaso le i o their names at Mr. O.Uriindell's bookstore, No. 128 Bridge street. Advertisements or cominu nlratlnns may bo left at the same place Funeral or General Gibson The funeral of the Hie MiJnr Genera! (libinti took piste ) psterdny morning,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1861

r r?5? NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. (,T t "T. COOK IIC01D J Whether the following shall prove to be, M . distinguished Massaohuiiotta Senator pro- -..i it. a true People's Anthem:" or as Senator and General Lane, of Kansas, exclalin ed, on hearing It, " t confess Inal's a true ema mi'uon I " tune, ami the people, and nol a " Air tional Anthein CbmmiUm." will decide. We un dersland its history to be this : June 17th, nt Vi A. H., the author awoko with tho words, " Ho roa thk Wrstwaiid 1 " on his lips ana, at 4J of that Bunker Hill Van, (the coincidence ac cidental,) the following Hymn lay before him. The nuilowaa compoeed the next day, June 18th, Watibloo. The Hymn combines, In four stanm, the four great' Ideas upon which our martial, material, civil, and religious greatness depend. 1st. God's help, In the Fisav Pillar. id. Law and Order, beginning with the inspired EitiME-eye of Moses In Egypt, and Flyiko Westward. 3d. Christ's Oosrx, the only true TatmrCT In Peaee and War. 4th. The Cross I...

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

-fr"rr"r- ! 'rra-s-' HMMMIWMkaitiMllMabW ,i -. j.i ., ,-, .. .j.--,,-...-.... -.. .. .T-r..-.. --,. it--1 itTm-i.h TV- V"- r "" V" "r ir VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1861. NO. 264. EiiifrliJcati, MaratM NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tlte NntliMial )t.,iilllrsn, UiVION V U It 15 V 12 11 . Men ofAmeric.il lros to your 8t.tiid.ird, Koemcii are n itlinrlnic nun ir und iif.irj Uivear that your IIIm-IiIiioiI ali-ill reddon urnnml Kre from 111 iiiiro thoro vnnUli a star! Iioiik, wlicro Iho demon of Inward illssonsliiti la owhiK llm seeds of a torriblo at t Hal Wm, who stood fit m against fmelgn invasion, Are timilni; our li mils against Unit) s life. Mi.ill nur liliiod-nnrnliised glory uilsli for eurY Oh ! Shiill wo alumn llifl pure oyn of tho d ly With . i sight ot the i.mks of oui brotherhood broken Pornver, mid siding In Itoslllo arr.tyt Ohl Klrill the wail of the trampled niut fettered do up from the ultt'rmrHt ends of the earth I And the down ttiuldi'iilioidsiil the millions up l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1861

K M-r- t ..m ryswirtrT.-J-;.- as --y' i '"f,! -USES'..!''" wwuAwwuww.sr, ... -. -Ii . '.T - ., r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, f FtibiishrJ bally, Snsilsyt Ritenttu, BY V. J MUHTAUH A I'O Uws. M. Wstat. Ktlltor. m ' - The publication office of tbe A'uIuthI kyuNiciin U t the northetst cornet of I -tod Seventh slreot, scoud floor, over W. l. "lci herd's store. Bntranoe on Jteventh street Friday, October 4, ISCI. 4r Huatltug tie every p.- THK WBKX1T NATIONAl REPUBLICAN, This day published. Is or unusual Interest. Among tb leading article will be found: The Article of War; a thrilling account ut Ihe -iee and full of Lexlogton, with numerous exciting Btenes and Incidents; a special vt'l""1 or the late great Union meeting in Maryland ; inten-ely interes-tlng news from Charleston South Carolina, by a Obarletdon refugee. In eether with a great variety of lale Sou'her.i nws; stirring account' of tbe war new Irow Western Virginia. MUuourl, Kenlucky. nnd from the Grand Army of the Potomac, and ll.e det...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1861

: i.M'"niTi iTiTaenwa 5wwwiPT,,ai)ffftgBii iWifcifT Ww V i! Itts!5 -Hr- -7 - Wl LOCAL NEWS. - - To Advertlaera Nearly tin thousand copies of the ifrjnci lican are circulated among tho dialing piipiiiu. tlon everyday, besides thelarge numberservvd to regular subscribers. Advertisers will Inks note accordingly. Toonr Georgetown nbacrllins. Our formor ngeivt, Mr. A. W. Dunn, having declined to act ns our agent, subscribers in (leoiyetown will hereafter be aerved by Mr. 0. It. Delphy, who Is now our reoopiled agont for tiat city. Wb owe an apology lor the Irregu larity with which the Republican has been de livered ' our subscribers thoro, but hope to have the paper served more pnnotmlly under the new arrangement. Persons wishing to subscribe will pi 'use leave tbelr mimes ntUr. (I Urandell'n bookstore, No, 124 Bridge street. Advertisements or commii nlcatlons may be loft at the same jilar e. . . . Thr Cnpttot Oakery. Yestenl-iy moinlng we paid 11 visit to the Government bakory In tlie b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1861

KZ -L--' .lTjfrBBgSr: :333s r,S! ' - i tTrr-THnnI:n'rfflrr--'i"Tytii bvm.i t-ti t. -v. ,. . 5iS&SSS-S NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. w. ATHT0DE IK PEATEE. A stranger In our clly, who objects to the practice of silling daring prayer time, has Kent a few lines on the subject, by way of remon etrance. Much has been written on thin subject, and yet church-goers will Miimo any attitude wblcb srem lo them most convenient or most proper, lii 1'rolestanl churches, there never bas been, and never will be, any one prfcribed rule. Knerlituj Is the natural altitude of prayer but our fashionably dressed ladles and gentle men are decidedly oppoed to that attitude, becausoof Its Inconvenience, and somctlnits. uncleanllness. Sanding Is a common an.l very proper pneitlon j for, with all well-bred per tons, It Is an attitude of respect, or of revir ence ; but In all churches, If we except tli Episcopalian, ladles seldom stand -tliey. like many gentlemen, prefer to Incline the head while others sit erect wl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 October 1861

3SS2SEES5S3 sxaaz a j "j"i:i u-tw ?'"" ) .v attmwl JUpMirau. I VOL. I. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1861. NO. 265. feoMaifefgr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For the Rational Republican. THE BTAn.SPAHOI.ED FLAP OF THE FREE. by n . clay niKUas, Ai tuny by (As OampUll Minitrelt. There's a bannor that gracefully swell.-; un Die bteoze 'Tis a vision of Rlory to eo Shining out llko jv star on the vatn of the 86JW, As It floats n'or tlio hearts of tho free: Hurrah 1 for the flag of the freo, HUrrah I for the flag of the free; For a herald of rlnht, Aud nn emblom of might, ts tho stur-spangled Hag of Ilia free. llioro's thovthitofor tho tiuro, unit tho hluo lor the true, Mko tho " Prornlso nf Ood " lhat wo boo; And we've culled from tho gardon of Hoavon'o deep blue The stars for our bright "fleur fe lis." It makes tyrants treroblo for Judgment to oomo. Wberover that flag Is unfurled, The opprossed of all nations look up to Its stars, As a beacon ol hops to tho world ! We learn from that flag, as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 October 1861

I .4.1 . ,... 77! - WTrfrr-r i.V H,.:,,-fc''w,w ' - iw.. -.,. ix y NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dally, Samlnys faftplnl, BY W. ,1 MtJHTAO" A CO Utn, I. Weilon, K.IHur. r- Tho publication nHlee "f tho AVtftorinl iiMiuWicnn l t "" ""'h,'Ml '"rI1,r "' D '" Mv.nth street, sew'iid floor, ovor W. D. Bhop hsr.t's stor. Entrancn un BotohIIi ftrot .Saturday, October 5, IMU. V Heading Flatttrnn ttcry liiKC"uli TIIK SITUATION. Thu rmy In front o( Washington, which It has been tlm genorat habit tosrioakol as being under tho command ol Gen. Beauri'KJrd, h.i now lipen lormally placed tindci the comniaril l Utu. JosopliE. Johuntnn. In Uct.Clcn.Jobn -ion ranked Gen. Bsanrt'gnrd .is the senioi nwjor geueral In tho Oonfedcrato port ice, when their respective forces flb-ctcd n junction jitt boUiothe iflitcl July, but permitted him to i rldo tho chlcl honoia ol the battle' of Hull Run. Tho division of the rtrmy brought bj (iCD. Johnston from Wlncli'ster to Mauassiw bu3 now been placed under tho comma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 October 1861

nwfifci mfMmiuiVi mTwrzsznaG&iijeiKmiKvxiszm U is LOCAL NEWS. To Ai(Trtlnri. Nearly T thousand copies of lha Repub lican aro circulated among tho AiuiUm; i-opnlit tlon every day,betdethelargenumuer6!rvd to reguUr aubnorlbera. Advertiser, will take note accordingly. T.i our Ctjtorgelotvis Snbaci lhrrs. Our rnrmor i-gent, Mr. A. W. Ditrrn, having declined to act as our agent, subscribers in Georgetown will licroafter bo servod by Mr. 0. It. Delphy i vi ho M now our recognized agent for that city. Wo owe an apology for tho lirpgu. Urlly with which tho Republican has boon de livered lo our subscribers thoro,but hnpo to have tho paper servod mmo punctually under the new arrangement. Tcrsons wishing to subscrlbo will please loavo their names at Mr. G.Oandcll' bookstore, No 128 Bridge street, Aiivcitlsemr-ntu orcommu- nlt.itlcin may bo left at tho mrao place. i i i Accident Y"storday morning, Mr. Wll'lam ft. Carr, one of the dy watchmen at the Government stock yard, near the Observator...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 October 1861

aLIWUl!l"'ai"t!LJI ? sseswswwaH55iitiSi n 'innMiirn nit twnsmmswm NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. - WAIIMKE Wir. PKILUNO. Sweet Amy ask'd wllh pleading eyes, " Dear Charlie, teach me, will you, rho words I'.o hoard your captain say I should so llkolu drill you!" ' Whiit! Illtlo one, you take command' Well, Amy, I'm fulto willing; In such a nmpany as yours, I can't have too much drilling. " stand over then), and sing out Uoar, l.tko this: ' Squad, stand at oase,' " " nli, Charles, you'll wuko papa up stairs, I) in't shout llko that, dear, ploase !" I stand hI oase, Ilka this, you seel Ind then I noed boarce mention The neit command you ha e to glvo Is this one: ' Squad, attention.' Now , Amy, smartly, after mo, ( You'ro sure, dear, It don't burr you !) Forward Quick March ! Halt I'ront It'ght dress 'lliero, uow I'm iloso before you. Present arm well, It docs look odd: You don't bollovo I'd trlde: UV bold our arms out just like this, In drill without the rlUo. N" say, ' Salute your ollker.' " " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 October 1861

j,:rsiaittaffiaiE& rfjiyBsy '-?i.I rt.f..V-' I'. in , I T atbmal Eijubliratt; ;j7 VOL. I. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1861. NO. 2G6. oyry NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pur Hi N.tlmi.t ltlnUI n. AIM APPKAla POIt OUR t?laU. BY Mis ANNA Hi M)Llf. " they luiedown tho 11,;: fro.u tUstorT, and, wilh Insults, trailed It In tho dut." MalUjan'i Dvptfth Men of our land I can ye now idle aland, Or lot your sward i within their bcabbuds rait, When from Us rampart, by h traitor band, Your flan ) struck, and trampled In Hie dint? Thai 11 ik so protidl) lcivvd,so loug upborne Hope's fairest be.eoun uii the slim o and w a n ! fshall It hy troAson of Us glory shorn, Like sumo unholy thing, find such a grave ' No, by inir runt, on wlnm phyUctory Freedom Is wrlUii characlors ol dro ! No, by those graves whoro freedom's marlyis He, Dy nil (hoy won, precious to son as tdro! liy sacred altars It has guarded long, By homes poacc crowned benoath Us starry wing! . By all Us fame! oh, brave hearts, true mid st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 October 1861

KJ59H! CTPTKff3P38rjaajacsr..r.". .ss-fcjB'.. aasa.Ass.cii;xi j-ffte:npijstf ,dae.i . H.)tuifaa(vaeavs iS NATIONAL REPUjjjCANr rabUshcd Dally, Sundays EimiM BY W. J MJJK'J'AGU & OO. Uto. M. We.eon.KitHor. irlhe publication nffloo of tho National ..publican Is at the northeast corner of D anil Petonth street, second floor, ovor W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh streot. Monday, October 7, ISfll. 07-tteading Matter on every pfre.-tf THE SITUATION. Tto two affairs ftt Chipmansvllle, reported three or four days since, la which tho enemy lost one hundred killed and a proportlonaU number of wounded, will, It Is supposed, re store permanent peace to the Virginia countiu west of the Kanawha. Cbnpmansvllle Is ol (he turnpike from Charleston to Logan countj Court-house, and U about twenty-five miles to the south ol Barboursvllle, tho shlro town ol Cabell county. Tho secessionists In that pari of Western Virginia have been numerous and pertinacious. They have once had possession ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 October 1861

urcmtszzr -' --'.. fuTrr&EfTTmTPiX LOCAL NEWS. To AdTertlsere. Nearly Tin thousand ooples of thn liepiib twan are circulated among tho floallng popula tion evorydnjbosutostheiargBnumbersorye'd to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take note aooordlngly. To our Ocorgetowat Bubacrlljei Our former r gent, Mr. A. V. Burns, having doellnotl to net hs our agent, subscribers In Ueorot"wn will Jioroafter be sorved by Mr. 0. It. Delphy, who Is now our reeognlied agont for that oily. Wn owo nn apology for tho Irrogu. I larlly with wh'oh the Republican has been do- Vj livoroet 10 our subscriber tuoro, but hrpo to havo the paper servod more punctually undor tho new arrangement. Persons wishing tu subsorlbo n 111 plraso leave ttinlr nnmaR lit Xft- fl. Mrr.i! All'. tinnlrifnrA W,i. PS 123 Urldzo street. Advertisements or commu nications may bo left lit the s.imo placo. Cheese Goalien Checae. In nil countries where cheese-making claims the attention of the rural population, there H somo p i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 October 1861

l"EX,-iiHSi!Hs NATIONAL BETOJBLICAN. lVinimitil'l 1 POSITION IN PBAYEH. Ma. L'niTori: A corropondent over tho sign i turn of T. G J . I" "u AViNtMicui or to-dny give youi roailers . vf ry critical accouut ill bit attendance at Rev. Dr. Sunderland's church I Wl gimjay, und what lio thoro mw. ILo de nounces the practice ofslttlng in church during the lime of morning prayer, as being u maik ul III brooding especially where tli3 custom of the church Ii to stand, which Is not tho cnii at tho church aforesaid. What may bo cnsli in In NorlUcrn churches, as far aa ho knows, umj nut be custom here. It Is certainly vciy iiu proprlale for him to lecture ono tongregalh u as to the most befitting, reverent position ol the body on such occasion ns ho refers lo. While others are listening with bowed h rn'i euludlugas tar as poslblo in that position tt.c s-enes arouud them and joining wilh llionil ler In the prayci he I) irforing your com pondentls countln' the number ol povs Ii lionlul him, and af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 October 1861

z-v-zmm H BfyaaBW gam i hi i mmrtmih0fiNnriii!i!33suSilsS!'iJ.'Ji.'' ''.,,',' ' , j .. i, rr ' ti- ;i li ii nmK;niimmTmvn ) , , , , Hi ' "":,,v ' " - - jttt 5T - ; --"- a " ,rfro"yJfyvir5yya-J--t- ; ' ' '" ' "" i. ..ii ma. mil i i i i iiihi,!) '! -' tV J. cvn -t JT .an H J'lSil JAKOJCTAfc '3 .( ); '(dliil'ill VOL. I. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1861. NO. 267, 1 1' m. . alBnW M X nnnni nanal lanan- nnnV alanl ! "V nnnnw alana r bIbB alana aW ana . .natal nanal ananl nana anal "nani ana Snani J, nana, nanaf nana. J . at M .: . . . .- . m .M . . .m m . ..nanw-B ! ' m 14 "nV ,. . nW m'mr' k Vm ea -.aaVaaV' m'm'Sm nalalannaV k tkmUmmmW m.m.. m. V vm . -.,- . m m. .m ant KB . V " mi ' '1 nw"" '" " ' ' ' ; ; a , , -2 '. .itli. 12 jsa Mv' l .NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For JI19 Nttluu.1 BUtcnr 60NO OF THE POTOMAC. or nonlci a. umttsT. I stand upon the tomoil pUln Beside Potomao's 11 iw The self samo spot where oft have lain Our armies lcmg ago) I think me of those Iron men, Whose arms and valo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 October 1861

3T5p5:PSP,f'W" Vatryff;y.gya--yi.- wJC.yy. "Wyyili aattfniiiMrm'y " i"mi Cf i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN,, BY Published Dally, Snndiyi EiHpted, V. J- MUKTAOH oo tJCJ- Oh, U. We.ton. Kdltor. jv The publication offlot of the Jfalional SfpvblUan 1 at the northeast corner of D and Seventh street, leoond floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's stora. Entranoe on Beventh street. laesday, October 8, 1861. RMdlag Matter on rerjr page.-C COTTON. The following Is an extract from a letter re ceived by a gektleinan in Philadelphia from Oapt E. Phillips, collector and maglatrato at Bbikapore, India : " Umi Sciiikbi, Juty 27, 1SC1. " It Is lmpowlble to contemplate the collision which has probably ere this commenced be tween tbo North and Sonth, without grief. Civil war Is awful, and Englishmen mutt sym pathlze In this straggle, for It is carried en by our brothers, the same race, blood and creed, and it is the cause ol freedom against slavery. One great consequence will be the loss of the cotton trade to America;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 October 1861

tyagsamwMrlif wWiC6fBOTaiMimawi 94 ikwmi pminif niHrfM."itmgg,-ftiti-J I ' V If . LOCAL NEWS. To AdvcrtluiM. Nearly tzx thousund oopies of lli JKepvb- 'loan arA olroulated among the floating popula- lion overy day, besides thelargo number served to regular suhsorlbors. Advertisers will take ' note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldimiin The Board met Inst evening at (even o'clock, Messra. Dove, Bayly, risaer, xiiuunrus, amors, uroaueaa, uoaror, Clfttk, Semmrt, and Lloyd being present, i Mr, Lloyd presented the. petition of 'E. A. Thomas, asking that Mra.Tall be relieved from the payment of n fine; whloh was referred to the Claims Committee. - Mr. Fisher presented a petition, accompa nied by a bill, for work, from Matthew Cun ningham and Andrew Boylen. Referred to the UrHlnaee Committee. Mr. Fisher, from the Drainage Committee, roported A bill authorizing the laying of n water main, by special contract, on D street, from Thirteenth street to Twclftli, and on Twelfth street to C...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 October 1861

w r NATMAL pPLJJJLICAN. WAIII.IKK WIT. Tho gales which cloTcTiho Southern Torts. Krl-gales. Contraband of wur.-Toolh powder. A favorite park. A park of nrllllcry. lu tho pillar ol State, the North has Iho cap ital, while the South has Iho base pari. We aro surprised to hour that all tho officers who bare signed their alleglanco have resigned. News from tho California mines. At 11)3 re ceipt of the lata war news, tba minds of the Oallfornlana wero filled wild awe (oro.) In Iho preent financial depression of the e cersionlsts. It Is refri'shlni: to hear that they havo received from Col Prentiss, a check on the bank of the Mississippi. The secessionists aro now hanging In u penso on Europe. Their leaders will roon hang in suspense on new rope. Commercial news from tho South Cotton dull. Drilling active. Tho Pacific Stales aro averse to the present war. We lute no reliauioaccnujlslrom the South, because all that comes from those f.iUo Stalls are necessarily f jIto estimate. It is to bo ...

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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