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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 February 1862

"v, ir ri '"'"tW. MM17M i , '..-! .fi voLh. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1862 NO. 60. T TIT I ii .. i M M bpb-vt;,bV .pm. r'A "t" "fcjv " ' mLW "r ,mm. - -a. - -aav a-".A,.aBV".. avl A .A.. A - m av p a ' V .. . . n If A V ' V' .llr-llf t , ,t ni rVr-. ..!.- I " "" ' '"," ' I III I I I ' " " llll ! J I I , . . ti i p laimb AfiAinrr the dkitkd states K1NI.V.T ninnKR. flmMBetLttr of the U.S. Treasnry J ud OUAKLKBiK. 8URRMAN, Coax eeUore at Law, will devote their rstlrt attention to tin prnaeoatlon and eettlement of demands against th united ButM, growler oat af the prevent war, inAlfiillM lh AfwwMifia pail fllalmaaf Htptaa. f!an. tractors, and Disbursing Ofnoerai applications for till resioraiipn oi properly illegally sirspa as- upp lured, aad for compensation for the of private thi restoration of property Illegal Btopf rly rot OorernimBt ptrpowt, udior auim tor tn idjutt oi rbcd propvrrj bj in sratrt. if nlllurr Wi peiuloai, ud boaarf 1b4ii tad for nirtrvbiUTt-ituTM of oobIm ptW ...

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. — 4 February 1862

' t " ' 'Z '""""A.yiL.'''" f"M' WHS aSr'A:.BVajnHWU - NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ftMliM Billy, Budiyi EiMpM, HY W. J. MUltTAQH OO. OtOROE M. WISTON, IDITOA. iti MT The publication olios of the JVaivmal H-vMiem It at the northeast oorner of D tod e -.Tenth street, second floor, over W. P. Shop- I onl'i tint: Entranoe on Seventh street. Tuesday, Fcbraary 4, 1862. jm'la order to prevent confiislon, guests ate requested to present their Invitation cards at Ibe door of the Executive Mauion, on Wednesday eTcoIng, the 5th Instant. jWWe aro authorized to announco that there will be no reception at the Executive mansion this (Tuesday) evening. THE OEHEB1L HOSPITAL AT AXKXojr. DRIA. In our notice of tho hospital matters at Al cxandrla, we referred to the note received by Cjl. Mansfield, which led to his Investigation, and to Senator Wilson's resolution of inquiry, The following Is the note General Hosittal, Alexandria, Jan. 26. 18C2. I am sorry that Government does not know the abuses and insults t...

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. — 4 February 1862

Ill asTl'Iail ft I' I- EMC - - js-hki'iivw x- a apersaanaarsja unmn'i'itinjm "" ' " - viHTSSSroi) i AJVVyZXJj AlJCtiVT o ,,. nr-f, ' ', ', Vl " ATtniMT. '! ,1 "early M thonsead oopias of .th Jejeaip. llcan art ctretagte'd eont tha'aOatlaf popf Has eVery day (besides taeUrgtj basaber urriU tu regular subscribers. Advertisers Wnl tiki 10t BflOOTdiogly. f-nirn' Mil ' i i 'U'jJ ce cut council. i-i -ji Bono or ALDWnw.Tli'Board mat last evening at the usual hour and plate). ' ' A nnmmnnlnnttA.l aJT-'ranalved from the Mayor, approving the following acta: "All 'not for lbs relief of F.T. Bands:" "An not repeal. Ing an aot therein named;'V"An aoi mating appropriation for School parpoeei;" "a Joint resolution appointing a committee to request the Beoretary of the Mary to bare iteam ves sels constructed at, the Washington Nary Tard." ' . - ,'.. ,K '' The If aror alio tent In the nomination of Jaoob Flaber for Bcaranger of the Beoond Dlatrlot of the rourta ward, iteierrea to me uommutee on Poli...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 February 1862

iuwiWlitMWaTWTKBiianiliriftinwitMtiiijm! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ornciAL. LAW3 OF THBUNITBP 8TATBS rauti at ttt Btamd Stuion of th Thirty seventh Cbngrtss. Pcnuo No. 14. AN ACT to autuorUe tbe President pf the United Blates. la certain cttet, to Uk pot). res-Ion of railroad tad telegraph Viae, and fur other purposes. Bt it enacted by (At Sennit and lloust cf Rip ttsentatitui of th United Salts of America in (Wrest assembled, That the President Of the United SUtes, when In his judgment the public mfety may require It, be and he Is hereby au thorised to take possemlon or any or all the telegraph Unes la the United States, their offices r.n.1 appurtenances: to lake possession of any ir all the railroad lines la the United States, their rollltfg-stock, their offices, shops, build trigs, and all their appendages and appurten naces: to prescribe rules and regulations for the holding, ulor,andmalntalntngortbeafbra aid telegraph and railroad lines, and to extend, repair, and complete the aime,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 February 1862

HMaHidksa kK .IIM o .:lItA iinUilvniia agsHwra &v,tf .nisi t'A3ijnaa jAoiT,f JimiitoY 1 ,...11.1.1' mt- TttJflf,irrKlC-jl9inWi t.-Snnl: IO J I13.7CII 13 f? Srr J" ) tetwi - rt-" biwtfei nell ff iwl! crn ! ik iM.rj 1-111 ftM &. If " '''Ht I H 1 e ji'Jlff H M ' 111 lijiti rolit - --w j-i fi( jni f; Ji.bs- i. v3 -f' i - voL;ii: IWX 13 TTf I 1 Ad I I ' 'V,W JmiM miMr m .fcW bn-t MLJk UmS ak:i .. H L ja.1. tgk.frAJJ .flKATiHiCf rj Q mivn wi J.HJJ . i jvifl V ami ;nij.'3' - ?rH i'o i eanBB;',BBJ' BBJ BW BBH 70 micnj o&MwiWW liTolBt siiHm i Hi nli ' !" f.B III" rr--Bi 111 -.rJaamr j JenW-Br '' VNH ;iB v;ir.j;:: - mrf odaerbnn. MUinisPmnBTrrf " - lolaT' , . '-: . I WLtmT rirTBTe r pr f Janf . i e ... ..--i. .- ..... . c .. -r .-.irv-r. r j i I ' JJBV. -A" llAiOt .wr'jii wiv uu r : Hibf mL i jtnaLar Xwtrii 1P nvinsvooia t ri I i i " -.,.., HI -rrfl V ; fm Ji -5 111 v It - eil ill.'- no. ei. "" . . f Hh i.-. J "" t' lift f t i K" J. Tninrr.l Ud GHARXCa XT SIIKILMAN.Coaa. Jillort t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 February 1862

V- " ' ' ' ' NATIONAL REPPBUCAN. HY W. J- MUBTAOH OO. -Of ORCK M. WMTON, 0ITO. , ssr The pablleatlon of.oe of the JyJ w-6lte U t tha north.it sorter of Dirf -avsnth street, Moona noor. or.r . . ... HTdw store. Entranos on Bsvsnlh stmt. Weti-tstojt Febnuury 5, 18M. r-Ia order to prevent confusion, guests are requested to pretest their IotIUUob cards at the door of the Executive Mansion, this evening. TUK LAST PROMJUIATXOIi.Or TUB BEBEli liIAOMI, in nnitir colnmn will be found an extra-1 ordinary and Important ofllelal addreea to the I ..i nr neorsta. aimed by Messrs. Howell Cobb, Robert Toombs, K. J. Crawford, and Tboi. R. R. Cobb, all leading member! of the expiring Rebel Congress. They frankly con feet that the Union hat brought to bear upon them a degree of " energy and perseverance and an amount of reeouroei which wo had hardly expected, and a disregard of the Const! tuUon and lawi, which we can hardly credit," They alio ay that they " cannot expect to rot with the enemy la numbe...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 February 1862

T 1 TryTnrT?1 - - - - .- it '"J-2 LI. " -rf r niJv. " W- aWB.B, J T (iWJ, Km rt etmliW uk ttt iotitt t)tti: Hon ttfrr terbMMM Utaf awrtfn4 to ruite nftwrtbtrs. Jridrt wffl Utif WM M40nMUftr- r-4K ' r H t .(.,.; ) CHBMTTrs Btlsetxxts.at Oatf FJiowTr, eontlntl to attract tart crowds ot fort ferine beople. iTk slaaepnulng eothsdletU of th ''Double Mri Room," wit Ohrhttr at' th uofoftnnte"DoJelaer7l to-night agalBi Pftend rimiin tan wgni as ;'uonsB.'; truiiy toy pmito davi for kales' aad cblldrtn. with a FnnsTilnolnt dlttfltmtlo, of prtnU; Jwe,,nnd a trk drat. AwbintomrawiBbfentdrJv w. . " i 711". rj - -t..... TU-T - A answ pssiouuina wiu),v mviw mo leoni iroup. id oigua, a Banuvasara nif torloal Ubren. Washington at YaHey Forge, ahowlinrthedlffarenee betwwaa.'th out and nraaanL. Tha Cintarbarr Minstrels will tfroBs ably appear to-morrow night. Io notira pri " ' I I )yl Dr. Trail' Lactase. 1- Qult a large and Ytrr InUlllgtat udlne oe.aaahla atlhVnona Yfan'a nhMataaja Inn. elation room, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 February 1862

&aass3ssa fSTfrffrtTSffTrisy -,' NATIONAL REPUBUCAN, fishal puranoHUT vichsoho. tbYl'lt'ltOnT AkD ITHOOT 10HT. ' U Oornoral Merrill. In bit letters lo the Roeh ester .EtprsM, relates the following romanllo etorv: .n n I bars before stated that some of the private soldiers, from the upper roo,lwr implored In lbs 00106 quarters, keervioe Which they gladly accepted, as anoraing superior rations. Amonir these waa Corporal M n. of New York, young man of wealthy parentage, of attractive manners, gooa inieuecinai endow ments and witnai handsome u Apollo." At the rcivaest of some Of the officers, he was occasionally permitted to visit the lower floor, and upon on occasion was permitted to leave the prison on parole, for the purpose of pur chasing supplies. While thus passing through ono of the main thoroughfares, M n was accosted by a little girl, who presented him with a bouquet, at the same time pointing to a young lady on the opposite elan, of r the street ai the donor. The corporal ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 February 1862

r 11 VOL. II. ' : WASHINGTON. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1862, ' NO. 62. 7"T t ' , iMM 1 Baaaa-aaaaaLaas -, CLAIM! ABAIM IT th rtntlD BTAVBt ..I- -I'M o r Treasury,) aad OHAKLM K: BBMMAgTOoiy. adtorsatW, wtU envoys tts jwttre erjsatlon 5 the prosecution tnd aattjesseatef deataada against th. Uultad States, growtegcBatef Ute Wt war, tnoludlug th AeeaSnts ulWai of BtstM, Cm- r il i l7T.il f i. rili unmrlrtlt tha umtdl riry and dae t4siMnsMf Ml ethers, " ' Tn.y will elee-tlre legal edriat, to eUataaate, buun. and n .aaensjaeiiiiiai taveva ra iupm .tiles; ana pr With Nos MOM, to equitable mane. v Undisputed lmande. OoKMUd en of from a half rvapur iweuttna-for litwcut toll p eatossr-, end nesotle w4 tall par ot -Spending watte r, aid neiotlatlovM with the JMputaraM id oil moderate terms. . . . , mutin nwnniHWH , , PMTwm. and bImU taiowlsage oftef lew;, renlatlnn.. rain lid tn-tnodeats. aOBirwrng this lliwof buwjwaet the Iertento, tbope to render their servtoes nafifto elssaaateaad ptbB a lltAV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 February 1862

, y Z NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, A PubUihwl Dally, Sunny. BiMptai, UY W. J- MUUTAOH OO. OlORQl M. WtSTON, IOITOR. aw The publication offtot of tht National AVjmMwxm I) t tht northtast coniar of D and eventh street, " " " "-'r bsrd's store. Kntrtnoe on Seventh strtst. Thardy, Frtnury , 1862i (T-'lUsvdlaC Nattar en varjr p.- ,- We would call attention to an article on our outride In defence of the report of the Totter Investigation Committee. NUT Alt ABSTHACTION. It Is frequently said, that inasmuch aa It Is only as fast and as far as our armies advance uto the rebel States, that we can act upon the -oclal and cWll condition of their people, that therefore no practical good can arise from agitating questions of that character, until we are In the actual possession or the country to be affected by our decisions. Proclamations of emancipation and acts of confiscation, it Is af firmed, are alike an idle waste of paper, until we have subdued the military power which as yet shuts us out of the S...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 February 1862

:.-a,-iv - -m "- "- - LOCAL NEWS. i ' To Adnrtluii. Nearly ts thousand eoplM of the Bepub lioaa art circulated among the floating popula Uon every day,bealdes thelarge number served to regular subscribers. Advertiser will take note aooordlngly. Cbaistt's Himraiu-To night Christy araln appeare la the laughable characUr of "Dul. ofmir," In the " Double Bedded Boom." This I. . nr fln.i.f hMl nharajltarn. and averr body should ut blm In it. Op early If you with to sooure a seat, m tbe hall la nightly crowded. Camterkarr. The truly magnificent and suggestive tableau, 'w.hin.tnn iiVillir Fom.'1 met with en- tbualaatlo applause laat night. Ill preaentatlon at thla time la In excellent taete, andcaloulated in ffi tha numaroua soldlerr. who nightly at. tend, renewed satlsfaotton In their preaent comforli when compared with tne past. Blgnor Abeooo, the national ballad virtuoso, la engagea, ana idhh an eariy appeai-Mooe. The beautiful Bailie Mason la also engaged. i Meetlaa; ortlie Board of Tr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 February 1862

iwk!fOrmrarn NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For the National Republican. Priitllilloi Oinmiiri Hit. Editor: 0pt Bugb, of the Filth regi ment Wisconsin volunteers, having been absent a few days, Thitlng his famllr, on hla return to-day, his company surprised him by present ing him with a superb gold watch. It is a Vincent watch, with heavy hunting gold cases, and cost f 115. On the inside case la engraved, Presented to Capt. W. A. Bugh, Fifth Wiscon sin regiment, by the members of hts company." The company is desirous of having the pro ceedlrgs published, and as the llepvblkxn Is very extensively circulated In our camp, I send you a copy, with the request of the company, that the same be published, If we are not ask ing too much at your hands. The presentation was made In behalf of the company by tbo orderly sergeant, who laid as f jllows : Cut. Dcon : Sir 1 am depute i by, and lu behalf uf, the company under your command, lo present to you this watch, as a flight testi monial of our deep rega...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 February 1862

"" ' ... ..,,77 ;'; ,- ' i ' '' " . WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1862. VOL. II. NO. 3. MMMiW - ; pmm AnAimr OiPtfiTKP btatki FINLEY BIOGF.R, (lit Ketteter of the U. 8. Treaeary J and CHARLES K. SHERMAN, Com sellors aVLw, will devote their entire attention to the prosecution ndi settlement of demand egamat the United State, growler out of the, present wr, including the Account ud malm of Statu, Con tractors, mail Dtitrarslsg Offleer: applications for th restoration of property Illegally aUel or cap- tursd, ana ior oompensaiioa iotun nngi priTaut, a far eompeneaiioa ior tut use oi private for Government purpose, and for damages njury of inch property by the anay ij'i ay, pensions, and bounty Itada: end for party ior uu the Inlurr ttniiiT.rv ur. I distributive ebarc of inonlci payable at the Trea sury ana ant w no ooniragiori ana auiere. Tney will also give legal edvlee to elalmeat, 000 traotors, and to unnwualonal egeate In Utlgated e! anil prepare written arguments when aeelred. W...

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. — 7 February 1862

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Published Daily, Sandaji Excepted, BY W. J. MUHTAGH CO. . . GEORGE M. WESTON, EOITOR. iii kt The publication oDIca of the A'alwnai irimblican la at the northeast corner of D and seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entranoe on Seventh atreet. Friday, February 7, 1862. C Heading Hatter on eTory pago.-sje. TIIK aOUUTIOH OF IUVIRY IS DKt AWARE. The progress of liberal Ideas is gradually advancing, the latent Illustration of which Is the Introduction of a bill Into the Legislature of Delaware for the abolition of slavery In that State. The bill provide?, that every slave, Ihlrly-five years of age and upwards, shall be free within ninety days after Its passage ; and all slaves under thirty five shall become free ai they reach that age ; and that from and alter the lit day of January, 1872, thcro shall not bo slavery or Involuntary servitude, ex cept as a punishment for crime. Males born of a slavo mother after the passage of this act thill bo h...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 February 1862

in LOCAL NEWS. AdTertlMrO. v Neatly ti thousand eoplei of tha Repub lican are olronUUd among Ihe JoaUnf pppuln tlcn tjvary dey.fceeldee Ihelarge nutnberMrved to regular subaoriberi. Advertliera will Uk note accordingly. ' t AmttsemeBite. ClKTiBBCir Hall still flourishes, notwith standing the various places ofpubllo amuae ment now open In thin city. Tlili popular and elerant tilnce of amusement In ntrhtlv crowd' ed with the lover of fun nnd variety. The LeoDl Pantomime Company lms loat none of Ha attractions, and Bob Butler la the wonder and admiration of luo audlenoe, in hla aatonlahlng performance, no not ran 10 aee ine Loom Pantomime Company during their abort atay lnintsciiy. Cimtrrr'a MtNsrntLs continue to delight large audience atuua renowe' nan, wnion la night Ir filled bv tha bonfon of the cltr. The "Dou. ble Bedded Koom" again to-night, with Oeorge, 01 course, aa --Qwipoii." i I i Dr. Trail' Lecture. The lecture of Dr. Trail last night wm well attended. He aald there were tw...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 February 1862

OFFICIAL. LAWS OP THEDNITED BTATEJ railed at (As Bxmd J.ton of the Thirty- MttnA Qmartst- Pcbuc-No. 15. AN ACT Miking appropriations forthcorju. laraml dlploraatlo erpnsi of th Govern mont for the year ending thirtieth Jane, lgb lean hundred nd sixty-urn, find additional upproprlalions for the yar indlni thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and slity-two. tte it matted tnj the Senate and Venue oflieo- reientatitesofthe United Slates of America n tlinartsi aiiembled. That the following iudii be Hnd the same are hereby Appropriated, out of any money in in treasury not ouarwise ap propriated, for the object hereafter express I'd, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, name ly 1'or salaries of envoys extraordinary, minis ters, and commissioners of the United States at Great Britain, France, Itussta, Prussia, Spain, Austria, Brazil, Mexloo, China, Italy, Chill, t'eru, Portugal, Switzerland, Rome, Belgium, Holland, DenmRrk, Sweden, Turkey.Naw Gra n...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1862

i VOL. II. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1862 to &r pLAINS AflAMIT the) UNITK'b WtKTM. FINLF.Y BIQQEB, (late Register of the U.S. Tfeaaurv.VaadCHARLKS.K. SHERMAN. Coun- . sailors at Law, will devote their entire attention to the United Slates, growing ont of the present war, including Um Aooounti tod (.ilaimiof states, Con tractors, end Disbursing Officers, application! for tha restoration of rrocertv 1 eaallv alesed or can tnrcd, and ibr compensation for the use of private ' lor is ovsrnmeoi purposes, ana ior ubuh Injury of aueh property by the irar: for 'military pay, pensions, and bounty lands, end for distributive shares of monies payable at the Trta rarr and due to nub oontraotore and otheri. Tney will alM give legal advloe to claimant!, ooo treotors, and to unprofessional agents In litigated Wn; and prepare written art amenta when desired. Wli M'l'l l.l DlllWIIHIUlllHi ! WW vw With Nonresident Av.nl. who mar lend them j.unu, an equitable division of commissions wtll be...

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. — 8 February 1862

' " pt "gTL, iiiiiijii mn am- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rutilUhed Dally, Xnndayi Eiwpled, BY W. .1 MUKTAOIt it GO. QtORQt M. WtSTON, I0ITOR. i s Mr The publloatlon offlce of the National Jiepubiioan Is at the northeast oorner of D and 'eventh street, seoond floor, ovtr W. D. 8hp herd's Mora. Entranoe on Seventh street. tetartlay, February 8, 182. r ltaadlnsj Hattaroa ararjr page.' OrTsiDt. An Interesting blttorloal sketch of Dr. Trail will ba found on our flrtt page. As the head of a great medical reform ichool, he baa no equal In this country. P Owing to Illness In the family, the usual receptions at the Presidential Mansion 'rill be omitted today and Tuesday next. COM. A. II. FOOTK, U. 8. N. The recent brilliant victory of Commander Foots, in the capture of Fort Henry, on the Tennessee river, and a large number of pris oners and munitions ot war, is just what was expected of him by his friends. Com. Foote Is one of the very best officers in the United States Navy. He Is a eon of ex Gov...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1862

, j-t?i'tL i f- 3 "57 local news. .IJ-- 1. . to ArtrerUaera. Nearly I thoua.uid cioptti of the) IfapnA Htxinara circulator! Among the Boating poptrlav lion tTtrjr dArbtil(lM thilarga nnabuMi to nvVKr aubr ortbon. AdTartltin will notffooordlnglr. ''IrVorallBar and hlrklasr." The lecture if Dr. J. a. Holland, the eminent ll rawer, iceiurer aao novelist, oeurena oeiere i Waslil8a"on Lectnra Association Uet nlrht. w tola ndf practical and racceaafal Hi began b UHrttaf that 'Attain and Era Introdneed the hthl br ihtrklBf a noral reaionalblilfv. and annonnnei Un principle that atl mankind an naturally laijr, whlla labor la tba prlc pax (br all ne did things that ari naoonmon. Ha rma throggn all tba rami. raeatlona Of predictive Industry, and hit reverely thl whole trfoe or pWBletor, sutlers, supernsme. rarlaa, and rlaeeri generally. A board ol stock broktra hi dcnotalnated the paradise of ahlrla, who bad bitter luhania their paper for pasteboard, and a private praot ice limited to fourkaa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1862

mas COPARTRIIIP hrtfM . JL IS'insr mwMi iM uuueragiiaai, uavr uiawu nl El w JbAl MBtkji&a a vu., una iui 7 a-"" disenlved by mntnal content. ,, R. WERTHEIMER. F A, WAELLMER. WASuiotoFb. l.HM. Th. undersigned, S WERTHEIMER and A. HOFFHAUElF, have fomed enewcoperterhlj thU day. end wlltceiTy on the business of S. WERT !... C Un" ,"MVR7.,Ki,M,SR.,, tn oia nana. A orF1IAU.:u, All those htvlngclJin aglnt th old 8m will pleue present them on or bfon February Hlhnext. Any claim preiented liter cannot be oouldered. All money du the old arm will b paid to n. fctf 4-f WERTHEIMER. 11 n 11 I I O It ' S PATENT PORTABLE HOUSE. Th Inventor oall th attention of Sutlers and othen to thla useful Invention. A UonM can bo built by thl intention without nalli, Htm, or grooves. llsrne and SUble built la th lam war. It can be pnt np and taken down without Inlury to th board. Order can be left with SAMUEL WISE, llnllder. No. 348 K street, near Thirteenth, Jan 11 lm Star. Washington, D. G. rjKLMBOLD'l K...

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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