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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 January 1861

"-"- ' -. -. ., ..-, ' . -V-..-.-T r-.- .,, , , , ss m HATES OF ADVERTISING. TM? NATiOlML ItEPUBLfbAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh ttreet, near B, opposite the General Post Office, far tEWIS CLEP.HANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribe six cents per week, paya ble'lo the carriers. To mail subscribers, three . dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable Id advance. One square, three dan "... i tin One square, four days -,, i,'j5 One square, five divi. ........ inn One square, ilxdays -..i...-..,.ii i.'?5 One square, two weeks "".'""""? One square, thres wetks ...,...,.. S.tio Ons square, one month m,',"v. 14 00 One square, thrcs months iiioioo Ooe square, six months....,.,,,,,,, .1600 One square, one year .30.4 Kvery other day and oiice a week1 advertise menls.Cfiy per cent, advance on the above; Inserted as reading mitter, ten cents a JlneT Church and other notlren. anil nnl, i.n(V. Vol., I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1861. No. 52. five cents ...

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. — 28 January 1861

omnipotent people la times to come. We deny, gentlemen of the Republican party at least, as an individual I utterly deny the correct Deis of this position, by referring to the decla ration of two of those most distinguished Judges themselves, Justices Curtis and Mo Learn when they say that there was no occa sion for such a decision, and the court bad no power to go outside of the question which was at issue, to decido whether Dred Scott was a slavo or not. I assert that this decision of the conrt, under thcao circumstances, is null and void, and of no account not that I do not, and the llepublican party do not, acknowledge our selves bound in all cases whatever to submit to the judicial decisions of the country, but be cause we hold that tbo highest authority of this Government, so far as reason and experi ence arc concerned, prove it is no law, no decis ion at all. Applause. Well, then, we say to our Southern brethren, although we went through the battle nt the bal lot box' in 1860...

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. — 28 January 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Agent. Mr. James E. Given is authorized to Tcceire all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper ia the routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notice. The patrons of this paper residing in tho first ward aro notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer onr agent, and all sums due for the paper must be paid to Mr. L. B. Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. The Westers Merchants. Stephen dairy, Esq , Chairman of the Trade Committee of Chicago, and a nnmber of others of the princi pal merchants and business men from Chicago, Milwaukee, and Other Western citieswbo have been spending the past week in Philadelphia and Daltimore, where they have been enter tained in the most sumptuous manner, have ar rived in this city. A number of the party still remain In lialtimore, and will arrive hero to morrow morning. They number about one hundred and twenty five in all, among whom ore Ira Y. Munn, President Chicago Board of Trade; Horatio 'Hill, Pre...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 January 1861

aa nlAnxbon or Ot.D Ironsides. The -follow-iflg it lull calchlated to make the riding' gen eration proud of the 'flobla spirits who shed ffoVnuch lustre' on Ihetr "country's name during the memorable war of 1812vwitb, the then proud mistress of the seas. The most brilliant naval action of tho lait war was undoubtedly that of the old American frigate Constitution, forty-four guns, command ed bv Commodore Slcwarti when she captured the two British corvettes, Crane and Levant, of a greatly superior lorce, cacn 01 mem uemg equal to the old-fashioned thirty-three gun frigates. The handling of the American frigate war throughout scientific and unexceptionable. By no manoeuvring could either ol the Brit ish vessels obtain a position to rake the Comti tution, shift their ground as they would. Old Ironsides was between them blazing away upon both vessels at the same time. During the whole action, Stewart, instead of mounting the horse-block, sat in a tnoro exposed situation, astride tho hamm...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 January 1861

"CI immjmm'r tfiifrTT THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY UOENIHO, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh ilreet, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To cltjr subscribers, ilx cents per week, para ble to the carriers. " To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, parable in advance. RATES'orpiDVERTISING. 0a HnirH thrio'dayiJi.Lj . $ixo Oie square, four djs.m. 1.J5 0,aquare,rfiwi dxyi..,.v......V.. 1.60 Oie square, six days! uB Oit square, two weeks.......................... J. Oie square,' three weeks....... a60 On sqtar, one month:. 4.00 Oie square, tare months............... 10.00 One square; fix months 16 OO One square, on year... ...... 30.00 Every otlier day and once a week aarertuw ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted at reading matter, tea cent a llatj. Church and other notices, sum! want, tweotv- Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1861. No. 53. five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or l...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 January 1861

- QJ On C IV Our publication office ! on Seventh ., UIUIUIItJ 4.UAIUOUU J, C I IVF l;il 1CUUh I opposite tne uenerai roai umcc. 'NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tueiday, January 29, 1861. A WORD TO BU8INES3 MEN. This paper has now a circulation iu this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. THE CITY OF WASHINGTON. The Baltimore Sun of yesterday regrets to bo obliged to confess that " some of the citizens of Washington exhibit a strong leaning towards the Influences which have elected Mr. Lincoln j " and supposes it to be "more than probable that the publication of some abolition papers in that city has to some extent abused and perverted the judgment of some men who take but a cas ual or superficial view of public affairs. ' Byway of rectifying public opinion in Wash ington, the Sun proceeds to say that it never beard, from any Northern quarter, even " an intimation" that this city would be the capita...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 January 1861

LOCAL NEWS, CITY COUNCILS. Board or Audekmbk. This Boar! met last evening according to visual custom. A communication from the Mayor, announ cing his approval of the bill authorizing the purchasei of oil lor the Union Fire Company, was received and read. Mr. Dnnnington, of the Committeo on Po lice, reported the tase of Charles Statt, who was duly confirmed as scavenger j also, u, bill in relation to the employing an extra polico force, to act during the influx of strangers in the city, at the inauguration. After a short discussion, it was passed. Mr. Ward offered n inint rpsnlntinn nnlhnr. Uing the postponement of the collection of taxes ana tax sales. Mr. Brown protested against any such rcso jution passing, as the Corporation linances are in snch a pressing condition. Mr. Ward said itwas at the instance of many most respectable citizens. Mr. Dove urged that paymeuts due the poor laborers ought to be paid, rather than discrimi nate in favor of the rich. The property holders should ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 January 1861

-. Froipeotru of the national Republican. Believing that the time baa arrived when the great Republican party of the United States ought to be fairly re presented In the dally press of the '"jfattonal Metropolis, we hare embarked in the enterprise of supplying the cltltem of the District of Columbia with a dally publication, under the title of the " National RiroaLtcAN." In its political department, this journal will advocate and defend the principles of the Repub licaa party, and endearor to disabuse the public mind of groundless prrjudices which have been engendered against It, by the false accusations of Its enemies. Having the utmost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be such as to merit onr approbation, we eipect to yield It a cordial, but not a servile support. In the great Issue that Is likely to be made with his administration, by the enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washington anl the District of Columbia have more at stake than the peopl o...

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

i mKmammwmmmmmmmmmm THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS POBMSHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCMTEt,) ' On Seventh street, Dear E, opposite the General Post OInce,tby. LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS.. . To city subscribers,' llx cedtt per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, tbree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. . rates" of Amifctismfi.., One square, three dayi.......'i.ll".,J;'.;i'.'.'.?.Ofli, One square, four days, ........ IMD One i square, five days Uo One square, ilk days...."" ..7T,",. 1.Y5 , Oae square, thret weeks. ....7. 3.50 One iqnary, onenonth 4,or One square thriM booths. ....,. .r.l.llo.OO One square, six months 10.00; One square, one year:... i., i;....j.;."...30.00 Every' other day Jand once a week 4TartUt ments, fifty per cent advance on th above.-: Inserted as reading mMter, erl cent tlta. Church and other notices', Arid Vants, twenty-' five cents fur each Insertion. Ten liWi or less conjUtnte'8 joaro'.' 3&fxritkl Vol. I. WASHINGTON, ...

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

JwWriiablication office la on Seventh tftfct,' adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, hd opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, January 30, 1801. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. Tbit paper haa now a circulation lu this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. CONGRESS YESTERDAY. In the Senate, Mr. King introduced a bill authorizing the President to accept the services or volunteers for the protection of the public property., Mr. Wilson introduced a bill for the organi zation of the militia of this District. The Pacific railroad bill was further consid ered, nnd was pending when the Senate ad journed. An important amendment, moved by Mr. Wilkinson, adding an appropriation of $26,000,000 for a Northern road, was agreed to. In the House, after the morning hour, Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, spoke in severe con demnation of secession, and argued the expe diency and necessity of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 January 1861

MMMMtfaJHlMi! LOCAL NEWS. AomT. Mr. James E. Given is authorized to rccetro 11 moneys owing for subscriptions to, this paper in tha routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mri 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 same due for the paper must bo paid to Mr. L. B. Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. Arrival ok Mobe Troops. Four compa nies of United States light artillery arrived at the depot in a special train of cars about nine o'clock last evening. They bring with them iwo lull naileries, uumueriug mci.o yicco. They immediately proceeded to the house of General Lawson, lately occupied by Mrs. E. P. Smith as a boarding school, which has lately been fitted up for the accommodation of tho men. About thirty workmen were employed the entire night of Monday in erecting stalls on the premises fur the horses belonging to the companies. Tns 0ATit. The following is tho na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 January 1861

wwiu iftim-p' w M in i:t K -i Prospectus of the National Republican. ,Bellerbig that the lime hns arrived when the great Republican part of the United States, ought to.be fairly represented In the dally press of the NjiUonal Jfelropolls, we hare embarked to the enterprise ofsupplylng the citizens of the District cf Columbia with a dally publication, nnder the title' of the "Natioxal Hkpobucan." In 111 political department, this journal will adrocate and defend the principle! of the Repub lican party, and endeavor to disabuse the public mind ol groundless prejudices which hare been engendered against It, by the false accusations of Its enemies. Having the utmost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be such as to merit our approbation, wu expect to yield It a cordial, but not a servile support. In tlic great Issue that is likely to lie made villi his administration, by the enemies of the Hipubliinn party, the people of Wushipgion an! the District of Columbia hare mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 January 1861

AMff "rates orxwyjSffirisiNG.-a: THE NATIONAL- REPUBLICAN IS P UBLISHED B YiK K Y M 0 E N IK 0, (stiXDATS EXCEPTED,) On'&Vetltn 'street, near E, opposite the General1 Post Office, by- ,!' ' LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. ' u To city subscribers, six centa par week,'paya Meldthe'carriers. '1' fomill subscribers, tlree dollars and fifty centa, per annum, payable la advance. One square, three da5-si,...Ju.t...........ti:M::s One square, four dajs.;;..:r....-..'.t.. liJftja One square, five davg ....i......... liBfr. One"eVitiare. alx'davt r. ........ JTT " l.Yrf- One square,, two weyU..l.'.r...4i,y)frj.'J1 lu( One square, one month 4.6V" One square, thro"ibonUi(4U.U..S.';lj:i.v10. Oae square, six months. ra..m..Mm-IM(c One square, one yew; rw.f..4K.u90- Every other dar and oaeatjafc!aimakU' ments, fifty per cent, adrancsi oalhtf afcom -ijR'if inserted as nadlngrtt4r;Uta MM ft Ha. -" Church and-other tihticiti'iai' wmatt! tnkit- Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1861. No. 55...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 January 1861

.! "Car pobllcalion office u on Sewn lrt; loVming Adamson's PfViodlcel Depot, sAniTopposite the general frost Office. HATibNAL iiepubijcTnT Thursday. January 31, 1861. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has now a circulation in thil city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a moit excellent advertising uieuium. CONGRESS YESTERDAY. la the Senate, the Pacific railroad bill, amend ed o as to provide for three roads, was passed by a vote of 37 to 14. In the House, during the morning hour, Mr. Cochrane, of New 'York city, brought in a till to suspend the collection of the revenue in any State wishing to leave the Union. Mr. Corwin's report coming up as the special order at one o'clock, Mr. Conkling, of New York, denounced the existing secession as treason, to be met, not with compromises, but with coercion. He would not compromise es sential principle with anybody, and he insisted that it would be doing so, to establish slavery anywhe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 January 1861

LOCiAir KEWS? Tri Border Cokvmtiok. Messrs. Willard have tendered, through Ex-President Tyler, of Virginia, tho Die' of their splendid concert hall, connected with their hotel, for the meetings of the Border State Convention, to assemble in this city on Monday next. Inmctmikts Fodnu. The grand jury hare found true bills arainif Godard Bailey, W. H. Russell, and John B.. Floyd, as follows": Three cases against Bailey for larceny in abstracting the bonds intrusted lo his custody; one joint indictment against Bailey and Russell, for ab stracting the missing bonds ; three indictments against Russell for receiving the stolen bonds t and one joint indictment against Godard Bai ley, W. H. Russell, and John B. Floyd, for con spiring together to defraud tho United States Government, Commt,A, Unios Rboihekt. Upon the recommendation ol General Carrington, Mr. Joseph Murphy was unanimously elected Or derly Sergeant of ComparijjjsA, Union regiment of Washington. Mr. Murphy saw service in the Mex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 January 1861

upw. . 1 . fc: &v Proipwtw of tte BejubUean. Reliatlnir.ihit the tlm haa arrived when the great Repubtlcaajiarty of the United Blatej ought to he fairly represented In th daily press of the National Metropolis, we have embarked In the WUerp'rlic of kupplylog ike, citlientof ihe,Dlstrict 'of Columola with scUUypubllcitlbn, under the tltte of the "NiTrofUL ItirusLtCAS." la its political department, this Journal will advocate and defend the principles. ol.tha Repub lican part;, and endeavor (o diVabifse the public mind of groundless prejudices which have been engendered against It, by the false accusations .of Its enemies. Having the utmost,' confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will bo such as to merit our approbation, we expect to Yield It a cordial but not itrrlle support. In the great Isiuethat is likely to be made with bis administration;-by thecnemles of the Republican party, the people of Washington and the District of Columbia hare more at stake than the pcopl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 February 1861

THE NATIOKALIK0KJBLICAN (SOXDATS KXCETTID,) ,rr . ull-i OniBsvinth'slrW, opposite th General 1 r.A ft ,f i mdt . UlJ JLBWIB.CLEPHANE, CO. 1A ,-ln -n ZEXlfS,f , To dtyikibierlberf, ill MnUiptr week, paya ble io thV carrier.' - Toenail subscribers, three dolUn and fifty cenu'jttianiim, 'payable In advance. ' --trrWtma. !"T- vrt 4JTIB rilJ'IT . .l -. . j . ; ! !' i . , ---, RATES OF ADVEtflSIN6. ; Ooa square, three day. wA..'lU4Lj Ona iquare, four days. il.;.UV.M '- One, iquare, five Uyi ..-J.YJ&.. One square, days.., .., L6 Oa. ,Mwb l.UL.JLjU.aff Bl Ono square, three weeks. M One )uar,OMmonih........V7.VI!!7 4 00 Oae square, thw months ,. 0M Oae.sqnare, six months ."'.'." 1800 One square, one year: . jfcoq Every other day anil ones a week Uriitiit ments, fifty per cent advance on the abova. Inserted as reading matter, ten cenU a lini. Church and other notices, anil wants, twenty, five cents for each Insertion. Tea lines or less constitute square. i' 1 iff m Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 February 1861

iimk t Oar publication ofBco is on Seventh trot, adjoining Adamson'sPeriodical Depot, Hud opposite the General Post Office. ' "national kepubucanT f 'ri Friday, February 1, 1881. ," A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has now a circnlation In this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. CONGRESS YESTERDAY. The Senate was engaged in a most interest ing'discussion, of which a tolerably full account is given in onr Congressional synopsis. Mr. Seward avowed himself as still for conciliation, and if 'the action of Congress did not satisfy contending interests, then for a National Con. vention, as provided for in the Constitution. In the House, at this present writing, Messrs. Adams and Farnswcrlh lave spoken on the Re publican side, and in a manner to uhow that Massachusetts is quite as much inclined to con ciliation, to say the least of it, as the North west is. . Evininu Sessions. lf.will be see...

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

I h L. W 1 E'OCAE NEWS. RwOBMOAS Meetivo. There was quito a largd "attendance nt the regular meeting of the Republican "Association at the Wigwam last night. The Vice President,, Mr. J. J. Coombs, pre sided. , "'. The following gentlemen were then unani mously elected members., of the Association: Adam Hoover, Patrick Crowley, and II. Dusey. Mr. A. C. Richards offered the following resolutions ; " Itcsolved, That we tender our hearty and sincere thanks to Col. Cassius M. Clay for his eloquent and patriotic address, delivered at Odd Fellows' Hall, on the evening of the.ZCth Inst., by request of this Association." " And be U further resolved, That while we would not presume to ndviso the President elect as to whom he should call into his Cabi net Councils, yet we would hail with delight the selection of Col. Cassius M. Clay for the office of Secretary of War, and we believe said appointment would meet with the most cordial approval, not only of the Rep ublicaris in the Southern- State...

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

VltJSlM f OMa tat b,. Frospeotu of tke HtioBl Republican, Believing tht tbs time hat arrived when the great Republican putty of tre United States ought to be fairly represented la tbs daily press of the National Metropolis, we have embarked In the ftnCerpHs e of supplying the cttltens of the District or Columbia with a dally, publication, under the title of the " Ni.TiOSiL'RlPt;BLICiN." In tti political department, thii Journal will advocate and defend the principlei ot the Repub lican party, and endearor to disabuse the publio mind of groundless prejudices which hare been engendered against It, by the false accusations of Its enemies. Hating the almost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be inch as to merit our approbation, we expect to yield It a cordial, but'not a servile support. In the great Issue that is likely to be made with bis administration, by the enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washington and the District of Columbia baTe more at stoke ...

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