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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 May 1866

THE- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN POBtianED DAILY. , 1UTH Of iSTUTlltia., Oio raara,tkraoda7S uoe aqearo, roar 007.., MX 1 on too Ooeoaaara, are.7.,... ,,.... ..i... Xtery otber day adverttMOUale, H per - UntL IWlM IIHt odVOrUeeaU.U, W f" dttloaal. " , r j-. . Idlloalal'.oUaoa U OOBto pot llBO.Oaak I.Mrtloa. tool aotlaeoUOMUpor like, oe.klo.arUo. . linrtluiwaH llfl"'V,"!,.u"'", W.,rarUat,tt.adood,eBeleeenle,t per Uoe aakiereeal IniKMu kalf prleo. lliliHirlntiiUHNnH UnnlmHU ekooil be kaadod It boron atae o'oloek p aa. c ,-- -'-: ir'rojc 7t' v'l'J rrrn JAZOiiiy sou; I, iV " T '..?". '', I. " 'B.t 1JJ.HL . . ,S5S i ' '1 ". i i - !.' - ,- ''' . ' T" xn6ro8AiiH. T)R0r08AL8F0ft hlV OiitrQviBTiBHiiTti'aDrrioi,) Dtrorov WiaamaToir, V WjiitaoTOB, D, a, M7 M, IIM. ) fedelprepo.. wlllborMlidatth. oe Bat II THCR-DAT, May II. 18Q0. at IS o'eloek m , for tha de llTfT of TWO TUOUIABD BUSHELS OF CKSLACKtD BUILD tltfl I. lilt Wfttghlag tot teee thaa algbty (801 miade U tbe t nihil. jit DBtiirva jwv Daani wii...

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. — 30 May 1866

l , "Wo-Ulna-ton City, X. c. w. j. mobtaoh; '',o0; runiJSHEns. " .' a r. TJANBCOM. EDITOR WEDNESDAY MOSna;i::ii::ulUT 10, 18M DEATH OF LIEUT. GEPf. WIN .... ' FIELD SCOTT. Public Honor to nil Ifcmorx, bj Order orPreaiaent Jabnaon. otricui. XlBCtTtTl Mia.lOJ.l Utj , IMS. Tin PxniDixT, with profound lorrow, an nounces to lie people of the United 8Uk the death of WiitmLD Boon, the late Lieutenant General of the army. On the day which may be appointed for hla faraeral the aereral Ex. ntire Department of the Government will be closed. The heads of the War and Nary Depart ments will respectively giTe orders for the payment of appropriate honors to tho "mem ory of the deceased. ' ANDREW JOHNSON, DEATH OF OILV.SCOTT. The following 'telegram was received yes terday by the Secretary of War ! TVin Four, ST. T.. Vftv , jms, Jfc S4tm M StamUn, Btcrrtary tt Warr, With heartfelt Borrow 1 hare to esBoaae. to voa the deetb. of Ll.ut. On. Boolt, at 11.0 thli jorn lof . Ho ezplred without a straggle, ...

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. — 30 May 1866

THE, ffAlIONjft im& go. H1SJ6; 5??M BftMtojfc LOCAL ARFAIR8. KtuaroDf. Tlio efghty-third Contention of the Prole i tent Bpteoopal Cbnreb, ia Maryland, will 1m held In Grace Charea, Baltimore, thU mora lor. at nine o'clock. It It proU tt 1U dalib eratloni will oooIIddo for two Of tare days. Thero will be on naolred and forty efcsreled or pariinei represented, ihowloj. aboal 11,000 com taan.cei.U, apwardi of 1,000 Sabbath loaool teach en, aad atari 8,000 lebolan. II li probable that their erxrrete "eommonlon alma" 'will resell $20,000, aod 'all ether Bonlrlbatloni" $115,000. Dortnf the paat year, wt leare, harmony baa prevailed In an ealraordlnary degree, the aplrltual lntereiUo( the, Charea art largely loorceied, her auiU.ariei have prospered, aad all bow rejoice In tht fact that throughout the eoontry the Protestant Episcopal Church 1$ known and beloved as on groat aod Influential body of lit tog Chrlstlaoi. In tbtg convention tho eleven partahoi of tbo District of Colombia will...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 May 1866

.IEHE .(NAaiONAIiBEBUBIIGAN. . TODEESDATfr CMOEOTNG'M'yi. WSl fet it ) . ' t I i M ll WBDKBBDAT MOHNtlO ::::::::: nJtAT JO, 1886 i .j . . tAb'kxttkzl vojficmvAaxKJirjCM; A ttaiiB rta.s utxa, iamuV lrifi, d lo laany i flgbl Had th Bitter fob faharacwMfebj fht, f And la deals 4 la lout on till helmet ban Ww tb tal tombkU wrongM. TJH.it stala noTt toon. It had stolen mora joU, ..IUIiUdnKkiifntpfttUlacvlHio , ia And bad ottefd nor oMhh4dd bad Droitn tnoto Thea did trtr ft kn.jht eft tb EMn. 1l'bte4 lb ahureh, ao be bAttcl lb taU, Aad n wor 07 iu power ax nig. That ho noror womld bow to Pom or lo King Bo long at bU sword wat bricM, Fireood blgb on a trac 'ntd tho drifUog eleadi, Tho oatlaw bad bulldod bit neat) And ho eoaoned lb riror Iron oorth to soitb. And tho Tallow trot art to woti. Oror lb rir b itntehod a obaln, 'And lb boat that panted aob day, Befora they eooid aall either b or down, iTC.1? fo"d a trlbttto. to paj. One a yar from bti itroegbold b iallld forth, At tb boad of a be...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 May 1866

''" VMT...,. ? VMM., . -. irnrr ..nrr w THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PCBUSUKOVAILY. S1TM Of ADTIIIII). Ha aaaava tavaa A.... ...... .............. ..tioo OaaanBara, f.ar aaja ! Oaaaqtart, trail 4ii 100 Oa. ftqaar-,Blx4a7a ..... 1 - . Irari .law dar adwUatmaila, M jt at .411 H.a.l. Twin Mk a4-BrUaar..ala, M fl Mai. aa altKiBal. X-ltarlal aaUaas U Mil rw lla.aaak Laaaruaa. LoaalollaaalinalMllUa,aMataMrUaa. A4T.rU.am.ala natfac ...!.. ' Waala,? M ala, fat Baas toat aaaaaJ, aaa laaanlaa,lai a,au jar llaal aaaaaaaaat laMrtlaaa balfprtaa. Bli llaaa ei Uaa aaaatliala a. aaara. AdTartlaaraaata aaaaU . kaadal la Uton alaa .'.lock p m. X nOFOBALB. pUOPOBALPOn LIME. Sja Cnif (.trAiTHM iarru't Orrtca, ) B Diroror Wa.bii-otob, J WllKlvaTA. D. C. IfnV IS. 1188. 1 fealetl Proposal, will be received el thle 08.ee mill THtJESDAT, Ha II, 1MB, at II o'clock m., for the do It very of , TWO TU0U8AHD BUIIflU 07 tJt SLACK ID BUILD . mo LI Ml, VClf hlaff Bt Itu thai elf HIT (80) MBBdO le thebaeh.t. Five kindred...

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. — 31 May 1866

,THE,NAHONAL REPUBLICAN, HTUIlSDAr ,MOKNING,.MAY 3U18G6. h i M w V ' gtniwttitl gtytMi.nta. TVnablnston City, I. o. W.J.UUBTAQII A CO, f 17BIJ81IER3. a P. HANSOOU. EDITOR inCESDAT JIORUIHa :: MAY II, 18M. THE SENATORIAL, FINALITY. For some days put the member of the dominant party in the United Sutei Senate bare been in dote and mvtterieras conanlta Hon npon political queitiona and matters. The outside world was agog and hugely agi tated concerning the mystic convention. Notwithstanding an injunction ot secrecy was laid npon the plotting! of the senatorial caucm, the air was full of rumors, and vague reporta ooxed out to the effect that a grand nltmatum was to be submitted, and that the senatorial finality was to repair all the breaches In the Union partythat brotherly 'lore was to be the order of the day that an almost heavenly peace and friendship was to psrv.de the heretofore contending elements within the Union fold and that the measures lo be concocted would unite Tux Pxisiokkt...

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. — 31 May 1866

THE NAIIONiAX KEPTJBLIOAN, THiniSDXT MORNING. M& Stt -1666. J. gyali0iiy IfoimMcatu LOOAL AFFAIRS. pRETENdC OPFOStD BT FACTS. TO get a bill through the Hottse, a member pretended that there Ino suitable provlaton for the eonfloemest efjareolle offenders (a this District, Ample pro vision ll made In in act of Incorporation. Alio, that thoee who hd claimed for a short time the Dimr ( Guardian Society bed expended about $50,000. Tbey pabUahed that they had obtained a contribution of $1,000 from bankers and a until amoant front olhon which tbey had expended, and they celled on tht eltlaens for a, Uko ram, ikying that tf It should not bo responded to tho work tnmt atop. In this and tbolr efforte to ge.t fornltore from Oorerament and an appropriation from Con cross of $150,000 thty fal.edi It having boon fonnd that tho did not rtproaont tho Guardian Society. Also, thai tho bill wm In accordance with tha wtahoa of tho Onardlan Society. All of tho trniUot and many othar mombon of tfao O...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 May 1866

.OdflTO. IfATlOyAJLBEPnBBlOAN. 1THUESDAT: JMDHNINaOMAE: 31.! 18BG. I ! V ' tijJttMir .inUBSDAT MORJUNQ:: !::s::MATl, ISM. i? )Tba PratMdjr Institute t Baltimore ' W1" " tTrMUBildttf. , ,;, Bsme refmnc. has heretofore rcn made ii.ti thefut of supposed inhrmonloui tela. tlona eiUtiog between. th board of twenty flre trustees selected by Mr. Peabody, to "rctt Ihebnildlngfor the institute' bearing 11 'Mi iuiiw. In this citv. Sunniv it with books. rtiaud'ta har control of the halt million of r ''dollars to, generously contributed by, him, "nd the Maryland Historical Soclotv. which ' -u also appointed by Mr,' Peabody to take " the management of .said institution. Incon- aeqnenea of aatd relation tbe Peabody I mu tate baa, lines -thoertfUon of itaaplendid marble cdtlce some roar or five yean ago, continued closed io the While. It iaatatcd that & few months alnce the Historical Soci ety made, a. formal .demand of the trustees for the possession of the rooms in the' instl- 4ntfnn aatttfa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 June 1866

I w rt- . I nJ.lmwU.L. !" 11115 flATiyKAUaiKl'llBLUJAK PUBLISHED fcAILY. j mi c ulna' a nvrarrfitWA. COOqiaro,thrMaa.'..,...i.W .. W Oaceqaare, foar iiji...... ... Oaaoeejre,lvet.ev,,,,.,.(,..M ........ oo Uioeia.vre, Ixdavi tt...ii I M Vverj other 4? a4vrtleemeaU,M vr oaat. fcJdi .1-iel.- TwUe ft week MTartteemeat, f per .oobI. dUloaaL.,, , ,, , MltorUI lotlt.i M aeiU'iet Uae,oab laacrUoft. tosl aotleaa eettteper Hit, tuk ihtUi.' l lavertiaataotle eoaelM aaderthe beiof WmUJm Vale. Per Seat, Loat aa4 PoBad, oae laeenloa, tew eeata per III enbieqaeat laertloaa half prleo. Bit? lla a lataa ABBlltnta riaearsB- AdverMtement ehoal be ka4t la tafor alac o'clock p. ta. (.PXIO X.0 BALS. d' 1 ' T - -. Iea1e4 proposal wIHe raetreA by bo ainl(a' ontll 11 Slock a., oa PBlDAT; Jane 1, tor balldiaf a threereet banal cower, (latlda lliniur,) the valla la basts laeaee latblckaeee,U theallcjrof Bqaare Ho. A, aad aloof Mliioiirl avenne and Third trtwtto the canal, ihoiewer to baft aaak "maaholoe" Bad...

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. — 1 June 1866

THE-XTTOiaTrTlEPTJBIICAN. MLDT TURNING; .JUNEirl8eGr rr fr T Ijl tattxl JfrpMiim trti-ii tsHertoti city, 3. c taqh a co,' i'piiuauEEa . , B.p.nANS00Jr?EDirott. ; VHISAT MOBSDJQ:i::m;rl-.a::::JUNE t, 1994, CeNNTITtmOMAI, AHEHDHENTH. "No launder rindple U etef ennhelated by an American statesman than that of Tire FkksiDiirr, that too frtqaent amendments of the Constitution were unnecessary and dan gerous. 4 The modern preinmption which in spires jo many mcmDeri 01 uongress 10 im prore 'Dpon the work of iLimio.t and Jay and ItmrtTOir; U not by any means com mendableor consistent. The foundation of OJiTcmment,' as laid down by the fathers, were etjn eternal principles and reared upon the enduring rock of Justice and right We ha-re 'seen 'nothing In either the statesman ship or the ability of our present Fabians to Indicate their superior knowledge oyer the mem who framed our organic law. It may bo regarded as a heresy in radical conventicles, but we put as high an estimate upon the tale...

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. — 1 June 1866

THE NAUONABjlEPUIIOAN. ITfflJAY tMQRJOTft. -TONE J. 1806V rn . L $ntwwt inHxtnn. LOCAL AFFAIF18. Fobuo Bcnoouor'WiiniKaTOif Anxual ElAKIWlTlOB BlTlITT-FlTl SCHOOLS TOOR Thouiud Fin Rosdud roriuVT lb pleasure, ihu moraine;, to relieve) th itanil anxiety of teachers tad soholara by aonounctnf the daye tttwhloh oar enooal eiatnlnettoas will Uko pleee, and other Infer ma lion, from ofl-efal sources, which wlU bo especially li.Wrett.Df at tho present liuon. On Monday tho 16th Job, written examinations to oil tho tromnor aehoolsf and on Tuesday, tho 19tb, lo oil tho lnteraedlate schools. OftAL MA -fig AT I OK, Monday, June 18 Primary schools ef Miss ITop pertoa. Miss Jr A. Brown, Mrs. IUys, nod MUs J. A. Le. Tuesday, Jane 19 Primaries t Mill Robinson, Mlu Delton, Mlit JJInton, and Mile Yan Uaa. Wednesday, Jaoo 20 Primaries! Mlse HeUs, MUs WalUr, Mtas TaH (No. A), MUs Stealer, MIm Btretton, Miss Gadgla, Miss Rowe, Mlu Bfmrion, Mtrt.Ankward, Mlu Hill, Mill B. P. Mono, Mlu Uarrett and Mlu MH...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 June 1866

jmjfrieoiatfe flaw ntimnJr$t$tibliiMi JIIIDAY MORSrHQ:i:;i:i:;i;-::::t::JUNE 1, 18, M, lorncuu LAWS OF TnE UNITED STATES, PaiHd at tk Ftrrt tmln t Thrriyi , v llatkCacnu.ij j "" - rrauo No. CO. ' Ay Act t rsptat section twtnty-threo ol chattel sewnty-nine pf the acts of the third session of the tUrty-Jcvcnth Congress, re- lat tof to passports? ' ' Be it enacted Vy tht Senate anajlouu qf Rtpretentatnet efthe United States of Kilmer tea in Congrcu anemhled. That section twenty-three of an act entitled "An act inaldng appropriations for 'sundry civil ex- Senses of the government for the year ending into thlrty,i eighteen hundred and sUty foor, and for the year ending the thirtieth Jane, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and for 'other purposes," be, and the same is hereby repealed. And hereafter passports shall be issued only to citizens of tho United May 30.1BCC Prentlclana, Tin violent faction South and the violent faction North are twin brothers. UVe Horn ulus and Remus, they suet t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 June 1866

ft5ff TiiOiflTO MuMpjif ' " rPBUaUKDDAILT. ' situ or xtmntiiwii. ' l oat atuare, 'brae sty , .i:w e Om oqeare, fear dayn,., ,..,.w......S M Ob oqeare, Svo daye...., .. if 22 Oaeoqaare, iladayi., ,,l.l.i...1B to Xtery ether dayedvertleeaeate, 00 per Mat addl. lleail. TwloaweUUrilU.oneata,f!pr Mlk4 dllloaal. . Editorial boUm S3 eeato p Mae,' beak' laeertloa. LoOtl BOUf M Sd MBit Ml lUi. talk ItMrtUB. . , . AdvonleaoBteeomIaoiattheneedoefWaate,ror tale, Fot Beat, Leet ted TeaBdJ aa. laeenMI, lew teste Mr lleei labeeqaeBt iBoevtlaae half ptlee. Bit llaoo r leal eooBtllale a eqaere. . . . AdverttaeMau Iheeld b headed ta ttfort ilaa a'alMkr.)) 1 i rnorosALH. pilQrOSALB FOIt COItN MEAE. VI'lvayvBrVI waBjaaaraana. vr BVPViaiBKVDf I , Wabiiitvtoii, P. a, May W. 1M f HUM propoiart is a opucaie, ar iiTitoa bbui o i ..- 1 Ta, itu .! t.a l.i.Li.. iL. D.W. UewVJJe. a iru, aa s ivi iaa in - aUtaaoe Papartmanl with all Ik CORK MI4L tbat May b raolrod for tbrM m on tba, from Jim 10, ISM. Tk Uil Ia t...

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. — 2 June 1866

'A IfiE-ftAOIOftA as Jaii0pVcpttia. WsWhlnirton City, 3D. C. vr. j. mubtaoh co POBUsiiEna k i e ' B. P. IUNSOOll.. EDITOR. SATUBDAT ORSIKtf:::::.i:f!ft!jtMB . IBM. COXaREKM AND RESTORATION; Again, nd Tiithont caiting blame, .or .with any attempt to censure Congress, we ask that body to calmly revlsw tle political sit uation, and pause; bfor it commlu the country to notlicr fierce and unfriendly agitation and, commence the- disintegration of the noble JJnion party. Wo ask it only to bo true) q the Constitution of the land, which ,on iUi solemn oath it ii bound to obey, and to honestly carry out the profes sions it has repeatedly made to Inc. vroriu. A year airo this month Tin I'suidsit found the rebellion crashed, and in the regions of insurrection no armed opposition to the (jot eminent of the United States. Civil W had deranged the local governments of tho States whose people had been in revolt, and their relations with tho Federal Union had been disturbed and were practically sus ...

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. — 2 June 1866

? r i II' BYTELEGRAPH ' 'TO ' -'- ' , TIio Naiipnl- Bcpublican. THE FENIANS MOVING TOIpX BATTERIES IX THE FIELD. A FOOTHOLD GAINED IN CANADA. A BA.TTLB TO-MORROW. , , -' 3,000'rENIANS AT FORT ERIE THE HANKS HL.LINQ UP. ClirrEWA nEFOUTED CAPTDBED. EXCITEMENT ALONG THE LIN.E, FENIANS ALL .ALONG' THE BORDER. r ,i i Federal and Confederate Sotdieri Comprlie the Tu, Fllrhugb Leo to Command the Caralry r r .nni.. THE' CANADIANS CONFIDENT. They Count on an Easy Repulse. FROM SOUTH AMERICA i A Cattle Brtween the Brazilians and v Paraguayans . Paraguayan) Defeated with Heavy TUB FBHIAlf 1MVABI03T OP CANADA. A Batch of Cemfuaed TJI spate hot. Kkw Yobk, Jon 1 It It reported that Fort Erie, la Ctntdi, oppotlte Buffalo, hu been cap tured by the Fenlana, who are repreeented to bo 3,000 itrong, and 2,000 of whom are eald to b marching uooppoied Into tho lnt trior, Tbej bar already oat odo telegraph lino. Tht Cincinnati Commerciatt Colnmbof dlfpateh eeya that 460,000 rounde of ammunltloa wart ahlpp...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 June 1866

577n?sr i ' v. ' &k.&, JI. .' 33ft --, - -. . ' I f"T ' -.. . v .... .,.. ..... ., r ' toli o ix 1 1 o". GTBANUE . METAMOIU'UOSK j tin lrMl't wlfai aal n ika " t Toddr Tn IK oj of aa. Wo aaa 1 la? 7" alr.Bo'r Sat ata.k kufei I'l lata 70a froa. far 7"o. Tot mu fBrU.-A.TB , If 7' ! aoa. ,aloiko'f Sol wfal'tow. Iko Btkrola, Joat l kaal alaoro,, TTUft irk. akoaM 1 'U kal Tlaaotky Kaon t " "or aow alotkao ! fralllaj.tlia, wkara akall t ot " " Wky Til aaar 7tr'U b. ftttlaff al Imllk Brolkara Tkla for foor 1 'i aa lata I raaa'a kaal. lo naHk'a alkor., II U aft SI .tall alkrala, lankor foar alxtk7.r0a.rl ill far aataklr fow fraaakaaka I tat ft arkola oalt. TTttk bobo of 7or aoaaa-araaka aa! kaaAaoaaa to kooL 1 kara'l ko.a Jkrtaklaf . kit fall I sail laatB Ha, ka, t ara Iklakla, of .fMU4 koltkor kalf, Ao I walko la too kaaoo, ta loo SaiUk Brolkara rait J 8oi!;'Klaofaa,BwalaiBOaaal'ool oko MfJolol,7ar 'ti.lr.10.'' . f Bka4Uft'ikaowaa.fraaiA4AB,B. lokapoaplaajoka Boa I "MaaoavtaaAaaa e...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1866

mmm" ' ' -"" ..' i """"""" ' i 1 i '.. "TTffTTT ?' .1 . ' 1 . 1 I i ' ,1 " . . . . w "TMATjQNAi; fflffUBLJOAlf fflfrNMlONAIr REPUBUOAy .. "' i UfroigED, DAIETjf f," THI XAT10XAL BXrCILICAaT ta pabUaktd everr- auralaf (Sudors oxevpted) ,f W. J. Wearies k Co.Xo. f II Xlalb street, aad to reralaao to aabeoribora f oarrlerot al Td ooata far SBOBta. Kail nbeertbera; M.00 for aaaan KOS for 'eta: mo.lh.l aad 1100 let three aaeelhe, (awarfaoiy I .4. mmo. TlTeeopleaea, jear.SW.00.,, r, Sla,!ee.plee7de.ta. '"H' - THI W1IILT XATIOaAt'aTtnLtCAM ta eebuaboi ar.rjr rrldAjr aa'erafag i Oao eV aai roar 1001 Three eoplea oao jeer, SAM) Tea eoplea oao Toar.tUCO. Of 77 iVW.Jj .LWWLWLW' "" earn. H K- n .sat., -,. .tJsli. .lLaW ,-,,-. .- - . .. J -at. I PUBI.I8HKD DAILY. . I i '1a- a- t '.iVA .. -AV-eW .eV,'ji ' F liAliV,lAiil 1 .vJ -. i HUM Of ADtlSTUUO. Ou liiir. Urt n ,, 1 M Oi tqaufl, fotr 4r V" M Oiqitr,flTttfy-tf '00 Oi Kurt, llldty ' i lTrjnthar4ty iiTirUHMiU,M Mr Hit. t441t 41tloiaL ' Editorial ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1866

THEyATTONJOrTlEPUBLtCAy, MOTTOATHftOKMNG. 'JUTE -4T186G.' Dtottottirt UroMim. 14 ' "WaatUna-ton City, . c yi.XMnTA.au a ccpotusuers. 1 a a P. DANSCOM, EDITOR. NOHDAT JIORNIKaii'iui:::::i::::JDNB A, 18M. PERflO.VAI, WAR UPON AMERI CA! PRESIDENTS AND ITS RE NVLTS. The political history of thli conntry la fer tile with Incident of bitter and intense party strife. Oar political dirisions are of such a catnre that they engender heated contrc Terty, animated debate, and, aa a matter of conne,' the principal candidate and rep rctentatlre la the chief point of attack. In a majority of Instances this conflict or passion has been harmless, and the day after the presidential elections, which followed npon an embittered canrass, Would find the country snbmlsslve and quiet, and the will of the people, as expressed by the ballot, has been accepted as final, and been met with general acquiescence. But onr experience famishes sereral prominent example of Issues made by Presidents, to which their na...

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 June 1866

ft ,itV I "l-i Y'l" UjT.TPJfTLTO A LJ'LJ' I " "J JUVXXVijLirXX TO The National Republican. li' Tho Invasion of Canada.' Attacks and Bepulses. Marching and Countermarching THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. The Fenlajae Touoito, Juno 2. 10 45 a. d This morulas a fore of volunteer came np to tho bod of .fenlans one am pod near Rldgway, An attack Immediately .began, and Ugh ting; hoeame geaeraX A number bare been killed, bat tbo result of tho engagement li not yet known. c Boppalo, Jan 2. 11 80 a. m. The English troops occupy Fort Krio. It It not known whether tho reported fight at lUdgway li with tho Fenians who landod yesterday at Fort Krio or another party. It li nndoritood tbo Fort Frio Foala&j want down, wbllo Rldgway 1j htid miles tin tbo laka toward Port Colborne Tho steamer Inter salloaal arrived at Fort Erie with troops from Fort Col bono. A later dispatch states that tbo English troops are retreating from tho Rldgway fight. Thereat mo particulars yet. Naw Year, Juno 3 A dispatch fro...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1866

ilUKBE. NATIONAD"aiEPUBM0AN;3IONDATjaQENmGinlUNE 4;T8C6. Co VONDAT MOttKIWO '!: :;i-JDWB4, IBM. The Twiaij WbleU liVpoIeon "De- IMH." ' A Napolon, in his Auxerre speech, de clared Ms detestation of the treaty of 1815, it U interesting to rcmetnber what that frcaty was. The Poll Matt Gattttt sums op It "points tlrasi In the first Waco, It Vis" signed by a larger somber ofBtatcs than had erer before nnlted In a tettlement of European affairs, Austria, France, England, Russia, l'ruasia, Spain, Portugal and Sweden. Corning also immediately afterthe widespread shattering of old landmarks consequent upon French conquests, the rearrangement of territories amounted almost to a reconstruction. This reconstruction was based almost exclusively on dynastic considerations, the real welfare of nations, and the tendencies of what are now called "nationalities" being scarcely thought of. Everywhere were nations, or fragments of nations, placed under foreign aqrereignties. lEagland's gain, Indeed, w...

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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