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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 January 1861

WlllWWIlliJIJW'JJMUllWIUIIiltMlifWWUWJa!MUM'lIJU!lll'llMWIl'J . X iir ari- 2-1- - i.',MUIM.lmJL-l IMPiVZ THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 RDBLISIIED EVERY HORHIHO, (sCKDATS EXCEPTED)) On Seventh street, Dear B, opposite the General Foil Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE CO. TERMS. To city tnbf crtbers, alx cents per week, payn ble to the earrlera. ' To mail subscribers, threo dollars and fifty centt per annum, payable in advance. -HATF.S fr ATVtrpnfrQfkrr Ono tauarv. thm din J. .'! AA One square, four days. ........ ......... 1M 0m equotf, five days -,U 1M One .fUw, six4ay.............,-.l.T51. One Bquarr,-lwo ekit.....M.i.-v.,.) J.jj Onequare, thtvi wtfks.M...l.'.,.jj si One svuarr, one moolb................, iqq ; One iquare, three rnuntii.....io.oo Or.o equare, six months. .............J1S00 One square, ono ycr..........30JK Every other dayaod oneoa, weik'a4vtrtlt ments, fifty per ceqL advance on th above. 1 Intertal as reading matter, tea ent s llue. ? Church and other notices, and wants, twe...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 January 1861

nMffi w --V Cl agrgjrrrgr-inrnTniivh iy, .wiwh & t sW Our publication office U on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson'i Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thunday, January 10, 1801. Notice. The patroni of this paper residing in the first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow it no longer oar agent, and all sums due for the paper must be paid to Mr. L. 11. Parker who is now the agent for that ward. , CONGRESS, YESTERDAY. The long-expected message upon South Carolina affairs was sent in yesterday. It pro voked Tarions comments in both branches of Congress, and in the House brought out a searching resolution from Mr. Howard of Michigan. MV Beef at Charleston is quoted at thirty-five cents per pound. Flour was twelve dollars per barrel, a week ago. Sickness begins to pre vail alrcadjr among the troops. The N. V. Tribune of yesterday has two columns of telegraphic dispatches, announc ing salutes at various points in honor ol Major Anderson. The cou...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 January 1861

LOCAL NEWS Tub Uxion Reoimknt. The Seventh Ward Falls in An Enthusiastic Meeting Another Company Organized. A, Urge crowd responded 16 the published call by making tbeir appearance at Island Hall last night, Tor the purpose of brganizing another military company in that ward. Mr. J. It. Elvans called the meeting to or der, and proposed the name of Mr. William It. Baum as the presiding officer for the evening. The nomination was agreed to, aud Mr. I). tool: the chair. He then proceeded to stale rlie object of the meeting. lie observed that they had come there for a laudable purpose, and hoped that their proceedings would be marked with con ciliation and harmony. On motion, Samuel 0. M gruder was chosen lis Secretary. About this time, Gen. E. C. Carringlon made his appearance in tho hall, nnd was greeted by loud cheering jfrom all sides, ac companied by calls for a speech. Gen. Carrington took the stand, and, after alluding to the general objects of the meeting, stated that his friend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 January 1861

mm NATfONAH REPUBLICAN. For the National Republican. THE KIND OP EDUCATION WHICH OUR COUNTRY NEEDS. COKTIKVKD. Though my chief purpose is to apeak of chooU and school Bystems, yet I cannot re frain from expressing an opinion that the most prominent or all tho evils which result from wrong training, receive their germinations, first growth, and continual nourishment, in the nur sery, in the family, and from the influence of unreasonable and untrained parents. Wo can not now give utterance to the many thoughts which the subject of family training suggests ; for it requires a special and independent con sideration. . s Dut it is to be greatly feared that very many of the friends of education, both parents and teachers, and even the chosen school guardians, have, to a very great extent, it may be uncon sciously, and honestly, been appealing to and fostering the lower motives of our being, by presenting to the State, as inducements to more liberal endowments for educational purposes, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 January 1861

y ' I. n SB - I THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN , is published '.' ' .EVERT KOBVIIO, (STJNDATB i IXCIWID,) ! On Seventh itreet, neat Sf opposite1 the General Post Office, "by LEWI8 CLEP'HANE k CO. To city subscribers, ix centi per week, paya ble to the carrier. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty centi per annum, payablo In advance. I ,(. RATES OFjADyERTWING One square, three days........,,..; $1.00 One square, four day ...;.. 125 One square fire days ( " 1.B0 X3ne square, six days......r. ,';sn..'STf..f. l.M"? One square, lv.otks.,.,.......,...., J.M One.square; three weeks...i....v.'.... JiuXlX A0 One square, one month .........., 4 00 - One square, three months'. , .'10.00 " Oce square,' six' months'. i.i.,. 1...16 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 resdj'ng matter, tin cent! a'llneC Church and other notices,' Wnd 'wants, twenty, five cents for each Insertion. ' ) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 January 1861

U jHttmmmdmt MV"6ur publication -offico 'It on- Seventh street, 'adjoining Adamson'l Periodic! Depot, and apposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL KErUBUCANT Friday, January 11, 1861. CONGRESS YESTERDAY. The Boots was engaged in District basinets. In the Senate, Mr. Davit, of Mississippi, spoke at large upon current affairs. Although his State hat seceded from the Union, and at his Instigation, he announced his intention of re maining in the Senate for a few days longer. It it the universal opinion, that he degrades himself, by this unblushing attempt to partici pate longer in the deliberations of a Govern ment which he is seeking to overthrow. Mr. Trumbull replied, but not at longth,to tha speech of Mr. Davis. Wo did not hear Mr Trumbull, but we understand that be-expressed hit willingness to restore the Missouri line, just as It stood when it was repealed by the Kansas act) tilt prohibiting slavery north of 36" .10', but silent as to slavery south of that line, and confined to t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 January 1861

ijipjfjffjpjMi - -.. T-' ,.., II "r,'-, ' x Si -M- , LOrCA:l 'NE'wSi Agent. Mr. James E. Given is authorized to rcccivo all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in the routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notici. The patrons of this paper residing in the first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow is 'no-longer oaf agent, and all sums dae for the paper must bo paid to Mr. L. B. Parker, who Is now the agent for that ward. WAsuinotos Liaitr Infantry Concert. The concert for the benefit of the Infantry last night was a decided success. Tho Smithsonian Institution was, crowded by a fashionable au dience, who evinced iheir appreciation of the entertainment by repeated bursts of applause. Miss May sang charmingly, and was repeatedly encored. Tho solo by Mr. Dnwsdn was well received. Mr. Morgan's solo, Viva l'America, was loudly applauded. Mr. Talbot sang, the " Tempest " in fine style, amid rapturous rfp clause. The quartette by Messrs. Tabic r, Ho...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 January 1861

i & t m X v r M i iv I K !-pM saga NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. john gaspard lavater and the pooh widow. It wu (.practice with Lavater to read, every morning, several chapters of the Bible, and se lect from .them one particular passage for fre quent nd special meditation daring, the day. Una morning, after reading the fifth and sixth chapmen of the Gospel of St. Matthew, he ex claimed, " What a treasure of morality I How difficult to make-choice of any particular por tion of it! " After a few moments' considera tion, he threw himself upon his knees, and prayed for Divine guidance. When he joined his wife at dinner, she asked him what passage of Scripture he had chosen for the day. " Give to him that asketh of thee j and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away," was the reply. " And how is this to be understood?" said his wife. " Give to him that asketh of theo, nud from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away,' are the words of him to whom all and everything belong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 January 1861

WMMMM ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three dayi...r......!..:U....TH$.00 One square, four days. ......m...m 1 J5 One square, five da; ......! 1.50 One square, six days..,' 15 One squat, two weeks "j.t5 On quafe; three weeks, lj.S..CL.W.L.'A) SO On Square, one month t.i..i.t.".!.i.hi. 4 00 One square, three months ,10.00 One square, six month. ..i.....i...i.. la 00 One square, One" year. ."....."....:.:..:.':.....'.. 30.OO Every other day and once a week "advcrtlae ments, fifty per cent, advanea on the above. Inserted as reading matter,' ten cental a Ilia. Church and'olher notice, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Tea lines or lets constitute a square. THE NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORKIHCr, (SUNDAYS EXCIPIED,) On Seventh street, near B, opposltethe General Post Office, by LEWIS, GLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cenU per week, paya ble to the carrier'. . To mall subscribers, tbree dollart and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 January 1861

1 ,' K Hi J w II , Ms? Oar publication office is on Seventh tltreet, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, land opposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL KEHMJCAN. Saturday, January 12, 1861. CONGRES9 YESTERDAY. 'The Home, after passing a few unimportant private bills, considered and "nearly finished the naval appropriation bill. In the Senate, Mr. Hunter spoke at length. 'He aaH that Virginia had not vet acted, but would certainly secede. The dissolution of the present Union he viewed as a thing accom plished, and-the work of reconstruction was alt 'that remained to be attended to. In addi tion to the other guaranties necessary for the Sooth, before another alliance with the North would be assented to, Mr. Hunter demanded, substantially, two Presidents. He proposed a first and second President, to serve successive terms of four years, to bo chosen so that the slave States should have one, and each to be invested with the veto power. Mt. Harlan followed, partly in reply to Mr. Hunt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 January 1861

3" MF H rn'fj'i' t:. rv."T?.iW a ! JUi v vy .AJh. JLA J.1 ,-J f f U Agent. Mr. James E. Given is authorized to receive, all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in the routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notice, The patrons of this paper residing in the first ward are Notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer oar agent, and all sums due for the paper mast he paid to Mr. L. 13. Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. THE UNION REGIMENT. Meetings in the Sixth Ward Too Mora Companies Organized on 'the Navy Yard Another Speech of Gen. Carrington. . Two meetings were held in Odd Fellows Hall, Navy Yard, last night, for the purpose of organizing military companies in view of the present crisis, both of which were largely at tended. We shall first proceed to give an account of the one held in the main hall of the building. Shortly after seven o'clock, the meeting was called to order by J. L Henshaw, Esq. The Chair stated the first buisiness in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 January 1861

2 1 Mi ki tN, AT.ONAL REPUBLICAN. Matrimonial Dictionary-. Dear is a term of entreaty usually employed before strangers. It li meant to Imply affection. It is sometimes nsed at home, but is generally received with suspicion. My dear. The above, with a slight infusion of dignity. . t Duck. A term of affection that goes in with 'Urn wedding day, and goes out with the honey moon. Duckey. The comparative of Duck. Tootsey, Mootsey, and all words ending in ' Isjr, are terms of great endearment. The exact meaning of them has never been ascertained. They are never heard after thirty. Pshaw t A powerful contradiction, or invol untary dissent. Nonsense. A negative of intense contempt. Dear me. An exclamation of great impa tience a word expressive of the fidgets. Bother, means trouble, irritation, teasing, vexation. It is a word of petulant anger in great request. " Don't bother me." is equiva lent to the French " tu m'embctcs.'' Love U only nsed when coaxing is required, as " Do; there's a lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 January 1861

fel ; st ? rt-jAmfr-vtf,! Ttntix'Mndmti. republican' IS PUBLISHED " EVERY MOEHIWO, On Seventh street, near B, opposite the General .Pott Office, by lEwra clephan a co. -- TERMS. ' To city subscribers, ttx eenU per -week, paya ble to tbe carriers. " To mall subscribers, three dollan and' fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. s-iris VI? -rtT7 y.w)''mWSC , RATES OF ADYEBTJSINOr u dneiqt,are,tbfveaay.....'l:.f...:.'..':!',,.!.:$ilo One square, four days i. ..::.:. ..,....?. 1.251 One square, five day , ,....,. l-Sfj One square, six days .',' 1.75 One iquare,'two week .;"T.". 1JS' Onesqu'are,'threwttks..5;....S.l..fJil.iilajIo One square,' one month? '..,..y.i:i.iAJr.t''4'M One square, three months .10.00: One square, six months. ....,:. ...,....,.. 16 00 One square, one'year. ...T.....V, ..."..30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent! advaqce on tha'above.' Inserted as reading matter, tea cents aline. Church and other notices, and wants, twsuty five cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 January 1861

u m W. K rc ( rJHV Oar publication office it on Seventh atrect, adjoining A damson's Periodical Depot, khd opposite the General Post Office. , v NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Holiday, January 14, 1861. A Navy Yad Tax en. In our telegraphic dispatches, it will be Been that the mob is in possession of the Pensacola navy yard, the United States troops bnving, as before an nounced, retreated into Port Pickens, which is on an island. These gentry are having a mer ry time of it, but it will be short. Taoors prom Fort Leavenworth. One of the companies of United States artillery ordered from Fort Leavenworth, consisting of eighty nine men, and having with then nixty-nine horses, arrived in this city yesterday morning, about., two o'clock. They came through in a pecial train, and are now quartered in the ar senal. The other two companies ordered from the same place went to Fort McHeory, near Bal timore, and relieved the Marines, from this city, who have been garrisoned there for seeral days past The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 January 1861

-3" m nrw J zzsn p i LOO'IANEiWS. Agent. Mr. James E. Given la authorized to receive all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in the roates of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notici. The. patrons of this paper residing in the first ward are 'notified that Mr. Dillow Is no longer onr agent, and all sums duo for the paper must be paid to Mr. L. H. Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. Services at the Capitol. Notwithstand ing the extreme'severity of the weather, a largo number of persons were in attendance nt the services In the Hall of Representatives yester day morning. After an eloquent prayer, in which he alluded to the present troubles in the country, and hoped that the Almlyhly would so overrule all things that there might speedily be a restoration of love, peace, harmony, and gratitude, the Chaplain of the House, Rev. T. II. Stockton, took for his text the words "Christ camo into the world to save sinners." The verTerable speaker co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 January 1861

wa i ' m f; SI si 'ATIONAI REPUBLICAN. ,"BnTioSD vr x Bumble Bee." The Her. Dr. T., a clergyman, wm a man of high char cter, and distinguished for hit dignity of milli ner. But it was remarked that frequently, when ascending tho pulpit stairs, he would smile, and sometimes almost titter, as if beset by an un controllable desire to laugh. This excited re mark, and at last scandal ; finally, it was thought necessary by some of his clerical friends, at a meeting of the association, to bring up the matter for consideration. The case was stated, the Ber. Dr. T. being present " Well, gentlemen," said he, " the fact charged against me is true, and I beg you will permit me to offer an explanation. A few months after I was licensed to nreach. I was in a country town, and on a Sabbath morning was about to enter upon the services of the church. Back of the pulpit was a window, which looked upon s field of clover, then in full bloom, for it was rammer. As I rose to commence tho read ing of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 January 1861

-- ?, , w wir a " ' -t,t RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three day..........j-..$lA0. One square, four days. .f. 1J5 One square, five days.- lJiO One square, six days .t.....I.J. 1.75 One square, two weeks .'......:. J.W One square, three wecki-.........M. Z9 One square, one month.... ...... ......., 4 .00 One square, three months. ................. 10.00 One square, six months. 18 00 One square, one year -....U.,.U.M.M Every other day and ones s week a4ncUse menls, fifty per cent, advance oa the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a lino. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty, five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN is published EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEI-TED,) On BeTtnth Kreet, near B, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. T Ell MS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the curriers. To mall subscribers, tbreo dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. flSSS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 January 1861

.-T ! W Oar publication office ! on Seventh trtreet, 'adjoining Ada-sen's Periodical Depot, od opposite the General -Port Office, ' - NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, January 15, 186L iTbk Cabinet The Journal telegraphic dis patch from Springfield says that tho Southern appointments in the new Cabinet will be de ferred till Mr. Lincoln's arrival. We trust and believe that the fact ii so. The character of the appointments which ought to'tnado South, dependi upon events in progress, and Sir. Lin coln is only cxercisiug the prudence which dis tinguishes him, in 'deferring them. Fob Whom Doss He Si-eas:? Tho Spring field (111.) Journal inquires, and most perti nently, " whether Mr. Crittenden is an author ized mouthpiece of tlie Southern fire-eaters." And, if not, what assurance have, wo that his .propositions will bring back the seceding States? The men whoare the mouthpieces of the dom inant power in those States, which is the mob, declare that they will agree to no terms what ever, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 January 1861

LOVAL NEWS. Aoknt. Mr. James E. Given la authorized to receive all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in .the routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notice. Tie patrons of this paper residing in tho first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow Is no longer our agent, and all sums due for the paper must be paid to Mr. L. I). Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. CITY COUNCILS. Boaiid or Aldermb.v. This Board assem bled last evening. A communication was received from the Mayor, declaring his approval of the petition of James Roach, for certain claims. A joint resolution woj introduced, instruct ing the Board to authorize the Mayor to dis tribute seven hundred dollars worth of fuel to the poor of the city, not more than one hundred dollars of that amount to be appropriated to each ward ; which was passed without discus sion. The chairman of the Committee on the Fire Department reported a bill recommending tho purchase of a steam fire engine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 January 1861

. hr,twrA , -TfmOTfKL REPUBLICAN. aea'b suffering and courage. There ! skeleton ra the Jardin du Roi, in Paris, which more than one, probably, bus seen, without knowing to whom it belonged, or its history. This Is it i On coming from Syria, after conquering the Tnrki of Aboukir, Bonaparte returned to France, where his ambition, and the dangers menacing his country, had called him. But before quitting the East, where he had covered himself with laurels, ho wished to assume the future prosperity of his Egyptian colony, by leaving it under tho government of a man worthy of his confidence. " He selected from among tho generals who had followed his adventures in that land nil of whom were men who had performed brilliant services one whose name stands high aboe all others Klebcr, the republican, we mean, an ardent and enthusiastic man, a brnve and talented general ; Kleber, who was the idol of the soldiers, and, in fact, the only man who could make them forget the hero of Arcolc and tho P...

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