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

-w,iMJi fr.V.-v4' - t .-. .ifr. rawwrt'wnniai THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVERY UOBKINO, (flONDATS KXCERED,) On Seventh ttrcct, near K, opposite the General Post OOlce, by . LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cent per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payablo In advance. PRICE ONE CENT. TO CAROLINA, rnox one ofmn sistess. Sister Carrie, my dear, I am sorry to hear That you aro Intending to leave us; Tbey say It's a fact , That your trunk It all packed, And yon hope by such conduct to grieve us. You have always been naughty, And wlUful, and haughty, Like a spolled.minx as you are ; 60 vain of your beauty, Forgetful of duty Vou owe to Indulgent papa. I am sure you can't say You've not had your way In each of our family broils; While I vow and declare You've had your full share In each of the national spoils. Jnst wait for the season And listen to reason, Nor believe what your false lovers say ; ...

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. — 3 January 1861

Mf" Oar publication office is on 8evcnth street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL IiErUBLICAN. Than day, January 3, 1861. NEW COLLECTOR FOR CHARLESTON. The President yesterday sent to the Senate the nomination of a citizen of Philadelphia as Collector at Charleston. The nullifying Sena tors, being aware of .the act, staved off going into Executive session. The secession game is played oat. MR. DAVIS'S ADDRESS. We publish the first part of this noble paper, which appeared in tho Baltimore Patriot of yesterday evening. To-morrow, we shall publish the Address en tire, and persons desiring copies will please lend in their orders to day. Mr. Davis expresses a hope that Mr. Ad ams's proposition to admit New Mexico will be adopted. lie characterizes the Crittenden proposition to establish slavery in all territo ries to be acquired south of 36" 30', as "a bribe to filibustering!'' Border State Committee. The following is the committee of o...

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

BgffBBjgggrSJS'' W eftgJfhifr mriJ LOCAL NEWS. ExTEXStVE CONFLAGRATION FlVE LaROE Buildings Destroyed Fcll Particulars. Yesterday morning, n little before three o'clock, several young men passing opposite Mr. Hen ry 0. Purdy's grocery store, on Pennsylvania avenue, between Third and Four and-a half streets, were somewhat surprised at not seeing n light burning In that gentleman's store, it being known to them that such was his custom, as a matter of precaution, one of them remark ing that it was "stAnge Purdy was not illumi nated to-night." They paid no further atten tion to the circumstanto until llipy arrived at the corner of Ninth street, when the Alarm of firo was given. Keturning very hastily in that direction, they discovered that fire was issuing from tho store of Mr. Purdy. The fire snreod very rapidly, there being but few persons about to render assistance at the commencement of the fire, communicating to the adjoining build ings on cither side. It was first discovered bv s...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 January 1861

NATfONAL REPUBLICAN. AN OLIGARCHY. The State of 8outh Carolina contains 29,967 plantations, containing 4,072,551 acres of im- firoved ana 12,145,049 acres of unimproved and, valued at $32,431,684; averaging to each, 541 acres. The Oovernmcnt is based on the Constitution of 1790, and the amendments added to it at various periods. The right to vote require a freehold of 60 acres in ordinary cases. The Legislature is elected annually. A Senator must bi thirty years old, a resident citizen five years, and, if resident in the district, must own a freehold worth 300 j if non residcnt( worth 1,000. Representatives must have resided in the State three years; if resident iu the dis trict, must own n freehold of 50U acres and 10 negroes, or real estate worth 150 ; if nou resi dent, must own real estate worth 500. The Governor is chosen by the Legislature and must have resided in the State ten years, and be possessed of a settled estate worth 1,500. The Lieutenant Governor is chosen and must b...

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

y-m. !.. THE NATIONAL IlEPUBLICAN is published EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXtEFTFII,) On Seventh street, near E, opposlto the General I'ost Office, by lewis cm:phank .t CO. TV 11 MS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, payn bio to the curriers. To mail subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payablo in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1 00 One square, four days 1.21 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days 1,71 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three) weeks 3 50 One square, one month 00 Olie square, three mouths )) 00 One square, six months 10 00 One square, one year 30 00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted ns reading matter, ten cents a line. riiurch nnd other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1861. No. 33. cNaf taiial , AkvW WA'MUvl'! !) PRICE ONE CENT. OUR HOSTOX C...

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

..rrl.1. i ' . u . ' sWQur publication office It on Seventh trtet, adjoining Adamaon's Periodical Depot, and 'opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. "Friday, January 4, 1861. Tbe Wieklt RiruBLicAV is out this morn tng, fall, as usual, of the most entertaining matter, consisting of stories, news, editorials, and a great variety of miscellaneous items. SQT" To-day having been set apart as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prnyer, consequently no paper will be issued from this office to-raor- row , 19 See our telegraphic dispatches for re ports of captures of United States forts at the South. The Star of yesterday says that the editor learned, on Wednesday, that the next day (yesterday) was to be signalized by a simultaneous capture of forts throughout the entire far South. SSf It is understood that Mr. Bingham's L'.'J, which is a copy of the " force bill" of Gen. Jackson's time, will be reported from the Ju diciary Committee next week, and its imme diate passage urged...

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

Lffdt tfirfrsv PROCLAMATION. Matob's Office, Washington, January 2, 1801. The city councils having, by joint resolution, expressed their concurrence in the reeorn-i rnendation of the President of the Unite? States as to the propriety of setting apart a day of fasting, humiliation, and .prnjcr, I respect fully recommend to the citizens of Washing ton to abstain from all secular employment, and assemble. ,on FRIDAY, the 4th instant, according to their several forms of worship, to keep it as a solemn fast. James Q. Berrkt, Mayor. Ripobmcan Meetiso. Th'e National Re publican Association held its regular meeting at the Wigwam last night Vice President J, J. Coombs in the chair. After tho reading of the journal of tho' pre ceding, meeting The roll for the electlbn of members being called, objection was made to the name of Patrick Scanlon. A discussion ensued on this nomination, in which a number of members participated. Mr. D. R. P. Bigley moved to lay the nomi nation on tho table ; agree...

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

NATIONAL HEWBLICAN. ADDRES3 OP THE HON. HENRY WIN- TEU DAVIS. To At Yotert if the Fourth Congressional District in Maryland : It ! my tight and my duty, your Repre tentative, to warn you of the danger which threaten! the destruction of the Government, and to overwhelm you beneath its ruins. The 6rstact of the drama of revolution was opened in South Carolina. Ambitious and restless men, availing them selves of factitious fear which they have inspired, and sectional passions which they have in flamed, are conspiring the overthrow of the Government. They hope to found n Southern Confederacy on the fragments of the United States of America. Maryland has been formally asked to join a Southern Confederacy. The advocates of ruin speciously disguise their treasonable plans under the forms of Southern prejudice, and ask if Maryland will desert the South and join the North. But that is not the question which Maryland is called on to answer. Maryland is now joined to both the free and the slav...

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

.i.u . v RATES OF ADVERTISINOT " Oie square, three days $1 00 Ose sqnare, four days 1.28 One equar?, five days. i l.go Oae squire, six days j.ts Ose square, two weeks 2.TB One square, tbres tmJct,.t .UX1-.1 8 SO One square, bne month .. 4 00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six-months ...16 00 One squire, one year, ...........30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the shore. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents si line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a sqnare. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINQ, (SUNDAYS EICjuI-TKD,) ; On Seventh street, neat E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, li cents per week, paya ble to the curriers. To malt tnbacribers, tbree dollars and fill; cents per annum, payabto in advance. rttMtcmt SKSSSBS2 PRICE ONE CENT. Miscellaneous Items. Qor. Banks presided at a dinne...

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

JW Oar publication office Is on Seventh street, adjoining A damson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, January 7, 1861. Republican Caoccsiico. The caucus of Thursday, continued on Saturday, was con fined to consultation, and no propositions were formally voted upon. The Cabinet. The New York Tribune states, that the Interior Department has been offered by Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Graham, of North Carolina, and the Navy Department to Hobert E. Scott, of Virginia. This statement of the Tribune does not rest upon any information which justifies the positive manner in which it is made, but still, the line of policy as respects the South which such nppointraenU would in dicate, has unquestionably been resolved upon at Springfield. Three of the Cabinet officers will be given to the South, and to men at the South in whom the sound portion of the South ern community can confide. District of Columbia. It is understood that General Scott's order fo...

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

smmiiuJWWwmwjmw?925SE!& LOCAL NEWS. COBUESPONDENCE. Wasiiinotok, Jan. 3, 1801. Major James 1' Davis. Dear Sir: The undersigned) deeply sym pathizing with yourself and the Light Infantry battalion in the loss sustained by the corps by the destruction of their armory by fire on Wednesday morning last, have, if agreeable to yourself and the battalion you command thought' proper toproffern complimentary concert for the benefit of the Light Infantry, to take placo un der our auspices, at such time and place as the battalion may suggest. Awaiting yourcarliest answer, we have the honor to subscribe ourselves, yours, respect fully, Jas. G. Birhet, W. W. Beaton, and others. Washington, Jan. 3, 18C1. iron. J. Q. Bernt, W. W. Seaton, and others : Gentlemen: It was with unfeigned pleasure that we received your note, so generously prof fering to the Light Infantry battalion a com plimentary concert, the proceeds of which to be applied for its benefit. I am instructed to convey to you the bat...

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

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. VALLEY FORGE. A Thrilling Sketch of tho Revolution. Hidden away thero in n deep glen, not many miles from V alloy Forge, ft quaint old farm home rose darkly over n wide waste of snow. It wm a cold, dark winter, and the snow bo pan to fall, while from the broad fireplace of the old farm-house the cheerful blaze of mas sive loga flashed around a wide and spacious room. Two persons sat by tho fire a father and child. The father, who sit yonder with a sol dier's belt thrown over his farmer's dress, is n, man of some fifty years, his eyes bloodshot, his face wrinkled and hollowed by care, and by dis sipation more than by care. And the daughter, who sits in tho full Mzht of the blaze, opposite her father a slender formed girl of some seventeen ycar,clad in o coarse linsey skirt and kerchief, which made up the coitume of a farmer's daughter in tho days of the Revolution. She was not beautiful ah, no I Care perhaps that disease, consumption, which makes the heart grow c...

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

ZuSSSmtSunthiBSl!-!. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN is published EVEEY MORHINQ, (sbNDA'VS EXCEfTID,) On Seventh ttreet, near E, oppoilte.the General Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE & CO. TEAMS. To city subscribers, lix cents par week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payablo In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING..." One aqnan, three days- $l!6o One square, four days... ills One square, five days 1JS0 One square, six days- t........l.75 One square, two weeks "j.75 One square, three) weeks, ,.......;:.j1a 5S One square, 6na mouth '....... 4 0t One square, three months 10.00. One square, six months is 00 One square, one year .'. 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a Una. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1861. No. 35. l ' P...

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

p Ms? On'r publication office li on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, January 8, 1861. J6y Secretary Thompson, of Mississippi, having determined, a we announced yesterday, to resign his position immediately on tho se cession of lis State, which is expected to lake place this week, it is rumored that the Hon. Jos. S. Wilson, Commissioner of the General Land Office, will he appointed his successor. Jfiylt was reported here, on Sunday, that the delegations from Alabama and Mississippi in tended to leave yesterday, but it turned out that they had only advised their States to go out of the Union. For themselves, they are attached to the " flesbpots of Egypt," nnd will stay in Wash ington to the latest possible moment ' ARMS 8ENT TO THE SOUTH. The following precious piece of deception has been telegraphed from this point all over the country : " Washington, January 5. On inquiry at the War Department, ...

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

ip-VS. rij.ytlilfflHiiffHHil IIIIIIIIIIIIH I I II II i Nil LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. A communication from the Major was referred to tho Committee on Finance. A communication from the Asylum ; referred to the same committee. A petition from Joseph Reynolds, in relation to A fire plug; was referred to tho Committee on Police. A petition from Mr. McNaughlon, asking a ralease from a claim for license, was, by request, taken from the Committee on Finance, and re ferred to the Committee on Claims. The Committee on Finance reported a bill for the settlement of the claims of W. 1). Wal lach and R. A. Water", for printing ; which was passed. The same committee also reported a bill for paying certain bonds on the Alexandria and Washington railroad) which was passed. The claim of Moses Minster waj referred to the Committee on Claims. A side-walk fire plug was ordered to be erected on the, corner of square No. 374. An act for the relief of William McBeth was referredto the C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 January 1861

zi&,4Dim.mm vm'uu.ih m ijinimjMjji.PWiain ui i. nMonal REPUBLICAN. A HUMOROUS REPORT. At the Sagadahoo Agricultural Fair. Rer. George E. Adams, D. D., of Brunswick-, i appointed chairman of the Committee on Pre serves, Picklea, Ac Ilis report is Terr reada ble, full of humor and good sense, and flashes of wit,' which, 'when read, convulsed the audi ence present with laughter. He first ascertains the duty of the committee, by an analysis of the meaning of the terms " preserves, pickles, and to forth," giving definitions from Webster and citations from Shakespeare "Kow earnest thou In this pickle?" and admits that the committco are in a fine pickle, having to adjudicate the contending claims of a parcel of notable housewives. After awarding the premiums, the reverend gentleman concludes with a series of recipes, which will, we doubt not, be read with plensuro by all. We have the following: 2b make Vineger of the strongest kind. Take one quart of milk of human kindness, such as the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 January 1861

atJiS3avwTw " ' ,"" ,.; .,. RATES OP ADVERTISING One square, three days.i i .'.,..$1.00 One square, four days.,.. ;. 1.25 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days , 1,75 One square, two vieeks., (!: J-'s One sqoaie, Ihria weeks .f ..Xi.'l&'BO" One square, one month'. .". 4 00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months ."18 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a Hoe. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or lets constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN" IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (sCKIUVfl EXCEPTED,) On Seventh itreet, near E, opposite the General Pott Office, by lewis clephane & co. terms. To city subscribers, itx cenU per week, para ble to the carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollars and fifty cent! per annum, payable in advance. GSfflaiml ittkuforc Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 January 1861

U l,JJ . .... Vi W dor 'publication office ii on Seventh street, joining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Tost Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, January 9, 1861. t& See n article on the outside, from the San Francisco Bee. It shows howtho people of California reason upon the great interests which attacli the Pacific coast to the Union. The Gwins, Scotts, and other representatives of the dynasty of the " chivalry," now filially prostrated in California, will preach treason in vain to constituents who have disowned them. ' Secretary Thompson resigned jester- day. This leaves but one secessionist, Thom as, in the Cabinet, but that is one too many. JfiyThc troops from Carlisle barracks, (Pa.,) telegraphed as having arrived in Baltimore on Monday, went on to Harper's Ferry. They numbered sixty-two. tSy-Thc great meeting at Van liuren, Ark., January 7, which the Baltimoro Sun announces as a " secession meeting," was opposed to seces sion, and in favor of a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 January 1861

rimiKimmmimiHmeBm menui iwmmim iA.itJj.WlWiSiV&mXHimuuj JMUmmuiUHglB LOMt NEWS'. THE MILITARY. Arming: of the District Militia. Netting! in the Firit and Fourth Wardi, and in Georgetown. Tnt First Waud, Militart Meeting Last Right The First Warden Groto Patriotic Another Military Company Organized , Eighty Names Enrolled Officer, bc. In pursuance of the published call, the citl zens of the first ward assembled in largo num bers last night at the house adjoining Winder's building, An Seventeenth street, to take steps towards tho organization of a military compa ny in the first ward, to act in conjunction with those now being organized in tho other wards. The meeting was called to order by Mr. James Kelly, who proposed tho name of Capt. Fielder It. Dorset as chairman of the meeting. The vote being taken, ('apt. Dorset was de clared elected as the presiding ofiicer. Upon taking the chair, Capt. Dorset returned his most sincere thanks for the honor thnt had been conferred upon him. ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 January 1861

i'.; JlfMg-:i'liMMttMMitm,... . -. , .. , TijTSfT! TOOTMSBLICAN. , A CALIFORNIA VIEW. fiuiu uv Kt-m i iutig,u UCC. A PlCino Republic. Tho Shasta Herald. of Saturday, in discussing political mutters, saysj ' If disunion does come, neither North nor Sooth need. IoJk for. aid ahd comfort from the Pacific coast. The Almighty has piled up the elements along these shores for a great empire, and if it needs be we can make it one. We hare no such interest that would demand an alliance) with either of the belligerents upon tho other side. We are, and have been for ten years, as fully separated from them as though wo were but a foreign colony. ThU coast can statid alone, and if disunion between North and South ever comes, it will stand alone and independent When Ibat day comes, if unfor tunately it should ever come, then 'Long lire tho Pacific Republic 1"' How doyou know that this coast will choose to declare its independence 1 What would it gain by it? This is a matter of dollars and cents a...

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