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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1860

wjmwI5355WBS59Slj aielSTO"-"""""" j ;te3-,Kas':S1 - jir:-. -i i i i i i aw . . I .. ' . ' ' I ,1 -Tm k TERMS 'OH UBSDRTPlttW Tho Natioml Reoblicak It pudl every afternoon, (Suhdays exeepteAV''0 cornet of TndfabsfwnaVIa' ttfeodeVrtrect, AndMa'&livered to( tit sdbiorjber ' ix cmU.pereeit, mu'iAi(rii.l-S'e dol lars and lift; cents, per annum,' in sidvance. Advertisements inserted at liberal trates. I&" All communication!, whether On busi ness or for publication, should xe addressed to LEWIS OLEPHANE k Co., 1 "'lPoAinj?W,'i. C". - ' " " NATIONAL EEJUBLJOAN. For the National Republican!' THE DISUNION IST8 OP soutyJ'nAfco lwa itf history; ,,, Noon 1.1 ,, irr Whenever a man or set of meii in a "commu nity claim for themselves special rights and privilege's, and undertake lo, dfctaieM others what they may or may not do, or think, or say, and arrogate to themselves tho right to disturb the peace and harmony, of the community, by breaking the civil and political bonds which have bound...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1860

C -s mwm MvwiiGkis. la fM JKonaay.f cembet 3, 1860. ntL6ng Jeforo. .the hour armed for proceeding to businessboth Halls were w 11 filled with i other with fling that we r occasions. Certainly there was not the slightest open man ifsjstktlop.oftbat alienation of feeling between members from i the different lections, which ia apposed to prevail. ' Thaladias and geotlatMn-Vgalleries of both Houses were crowded with spectators. At 'twere "o'clock, the Senate was called to order by,the Vice President, and the Throne of Grace addressed by Rev. Dr. Gurley, Chaplain. After the usual preliminary business, Mr. Cling man moTedV'rac'eii'of'halfBu hdbrj where upon Mr. Seward announced that he understood that the President's animal message would not be sent in to-day, and mored an adjournment; which, was carried the Senate hating been in session about one hour. The House was called to order at the same hour by Mr. Speaker Pennington, when a fer vent and eloquent prayer was offered up by Rev. Mr. ...

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. — 3 December 1860

"jaaSw nmJaBBigw' jjifKitau,m LOCAL NEWS. Cord i At, RtctrTioN or Judok Docolib. Sertnait, Speeches, Sx. It being known that Senator Douglas W' armed in the city, a pro cession was formed shortly, afterlight o'clock, on Saturday night, tn front of the! rooms of the Douglas and Johnson Association, 6nC street,, which, to the number of three1 orJfoVr hundred, which Increased as they proceeded, and headed by the Marine Band, proceeded by way of Seventh and thence through I street, to the, residence of Senator Douglas, where a large number of personal friends of the Judge had already assembled, including many members of the House Representatives,' both from the Northland from the South. t Arrived In front of the residence, the Marine Band played a favorite sir, when loud, calls were made for Douglas. In, a few, moments, that gentleman made his appearance, when he was greeted with enthusiastic applause. Mr. John F. Ennis, President of the Douglas and Johnson Association, then addressed S...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1860

ri t5 ,-,- . r ' ' MiilTIfeJw NATIONAL" REPUBLICAN. THEGOLDEN MAXIM OP MAUSON1U8. ., r,T iioiau sax wninno. Till matin km, '' that we ihoald never foil tolaehleve Tjerj deed of honor In onr power) for, thogh the Ubor may be grot, yet It li iAort, while" the 'honor lUelf li immortal; whereas, it we descend, to the eommlitlon of any act not recognised; as rnj honorable, we shall find the coveted pleasure trsnsltory, but the dlihooor eternal. In the (acred came ef Honor, i Brethren I let ui labor here, Never flinching, never yielding, Though the uik may seem severe ; For the Honor it Immortal, While the labor loon Is o'er Let ai ever kcep'the porul Firmly closed, if Vice implore. Be not tempted, ihen, by Pleunre, Down Dishonor's darksome war, For on there wilt find no treasure Yonr loit honor to repay Jo, thui sought, will torn to sorrow, Kre lu fleeting hour U o'er, 'While dishonor, from the morrow, Clingeth to jo a evermore. Brethren, of the ' tie fraternall " High and loft be our ai...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1860

.! -JJJKIJV'" 'fir ex TBRMSOOFUBSORIPTION. Tbe Njltiokal Refcdlioah it published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indium avenuo and Second street, "and ',1a 'delivered to city, 'subscribers at six cents per week, nail subscribers at tbreo dol lars and fifty cents per annum, In advance. Advertisement Inserted at liberal rates. f& All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS' CLEPHANE Co., il Wathintfon, D. ft T1TTTT TOrTTITVriJ ur?v.m?4tn Subscriptions, advertisements, and comma nications,' Intended for this paper) may be left at Adamaon's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite) the General Poet Office, when copies of tho, paper mJr alsq be hed.lmmedietelj,on its.issusj, , i , - ,i - i Advertisements should be seat id before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may Jhave Is lie over a day. i- , r Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to out; city affairs, will re ceive respectful atten...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1860

w rfAiiMXk itisrtaicAN. e 0.) Tuesday, December 4, 1860. ! ' 1 I T II i mi.i. ""Tiii Pitis'lD'fcirt's Messaoe. This document, Sfekd la both branches of Congress to-day, !t largely devoted to the topic of secession, Upon which lu views are to numerous amd contra dictory, that 'alt parties will find something to be pleased with. A. Sad Sell. Not having the privilege of access to the President'! message heforo its de livery, we made arrangements with our more iavored 'neighbors of Ai' Cohtlilulionli furnish !with a sufficient number of copies to supply 'oursfubscribeti to-day. We engaged nothing bat tho message; but the sheet furnished us contains three columns of other matter and offensive; matter at that, or at least presented under an ouensive caption. We have no alter native but to serve this offensive matter to our readers, or withhold the message. MISREPRESENTATION AND ITS EFFECTS. It has long been a subject of complaint with the South, that the Abolitionists of tho North persist...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1860

i "LOCAL NEWS. BoAnn or Auiinvftr. Tho Board met at the nsnal hour, Several communications were presented. One from' the Mayor, annbuncing nis approval of certain acta) also,- one commu nicating a letter from Mrs, W. B. Franklin, of the Board of Managers of the Washington City ?rotcslant,Q;rphan Asylum, in relation ti k,bill of Thompson & Hannan, Befcrred to Committee on Drainage. The petition of Hoses Minster, lor the re mlssion of. a fine, was referred. ,; Mr. Price introduced a resolution directing the Water Registrar toifurnish the Board with a correct list of all those who have taken Potomac water, designating those who hare paid and those who have not paid. The following bills were reported I Bill of the lower Board to trim and gravel Tenth street west, from L to N street north passed. Bill to lay a foot pavement on the west front of square 352 1 passed Bill 'for gravelling Second street west,'from C street soulh'to Virginia avenue) passed. Bill for the relief of the Weste...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1860

i NATIONAL REriIBLTCVN. RELIGIOUS. The churches, Sunday, considering the ex treme coldness of the weather and the high winds which prevailed, were generally very well attended. At the Chuch of the Epiphany, in the morn ing, the rector, Rev. Charles H. Hall, dis coursed from 14th Psalm 1st verse: "The fool hath saidin his heart, there Is no God." The natural mind is more skeptical on religion thun any other subject. Men endeavor to npply logic and argument to spiritual as they do to tempo ral things. Logic is well enough where we seek to convince each other ; but who rules his heart by a prudential theory T The simplest proposition of the spiritual is, that it caunot be measured by the finite seuse. If we can firove the spiritual by temporal rules, it is no ongcr spiritual. The reverend speaker then observed that faith in God is the highest kind of laith. Rea son asserts the existence of an eternal power and Godhead. The basis of the penitent's con victions must be, simply, " I belie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1860

Ill TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Tbo National Republican ii published , every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and la delivered to city subscribers at sis cents per week, mail subscribers at three dol lars and fifty cents per annum, In advance. Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. MB" All communications, whether on busi ness or. for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS OLEPHANE 4 Co., Washington, D. O. PUBLISHERS' NOTICES. ' ' -J--. , l l Subscriptions, advertisements, and comma nicationj, intended for this paper, may be left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite (he General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had-tmmediately on its issue. Advertisements should be sent in before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may hare to lie over a day. Communications, upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WED&ES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1860

tZi&-,--TSn V MftfoftAL BErUBLICAN. i .Wednesday, Deoember 5, 1860. 't-', ,' THE MESSAGE. The, President's 'annual message u real in bold branches of" Congress yesterday. Ex actly oQehalfof it relates to tho position of af fair at the South, and, especially in South Car olina, and It Is this part of the message, which will chiefly arrest the attention of the country. IC Is long and contradictor, with many hades of meaning, and, unlike the colon of the rainbow, blending into a most Inharmo nious whole. On the one side, is an arraignment of the Nprth, equalling in passionate malignity, the worst efforts of President Pierce. On the other side, is tho assertion that the slave States hare not a single act, executive or legislative, to complain' of in the Government which -they threaten to overthrow, and no good reason to apprehend such acts hereafter. lie distincllydenies the right of secession as a constitutional remedy. He treats it as a revolutionary 'right, to be regarded as just...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1860

tl 11 LOCAL NEWS. Giiahoid Quabiebs. Commodore Smith . baa just taken possession of bit new quarters', ' which have been removed to the lower floor of the Nary Department. Thbeb Dwellings Bobnid. At earl dawn this morning, the inmates of the houses on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue- and Second street east were arronsed by the alarm of fire, and before sufficient help could be available, the dwelling and grocery store of Michael Cantwell, and the dwelling of Mr.' Ball, were burned'to the ground. Mr, Cantwell's loss was from. six to eight hundred dollars'. Mr. Ball's was partly insured. Mr. C. occupied two of the buildings. Tho Franklin Columbia, Anacoslia, and Perseverance engines were on tho ground with their usual promptness. We understand a Mr. Johnson lost three hundred dollars in cash. Tin Person Phalanx. The Phalanx ar rived in Baltimors yesterday afternoon, and were received at tho depot by the City Guard battalion. At tho' Unlversalist church, an ad dress of welcome was ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1860

V8MK1-7tmat Y IWI 1 IL, ftffidlfXE MtfBLICAN. ' i 'iii. At te session of the Presbyterian Synod of South Carolina, on the 29th nllimo, Rot. W. B. Yates offered a aeries of resolutions declaring thai' "fidelity to the South" demanded a sepa ration from the Northern portion of the Church) recommending mil Presbyteries connected with the Synod to take steps to dissolve their con nection with the General Assembly ; appointing a committee to correspond with other 8ynods, with a view to forming a Sonthern General As sembly ( and avowing " fraternal feelings fur all those brethren who hare stood up firmly fur the South." The resolutions were laid on the tablo by a vote of.T7 to 21. FROM PHILADELPHIA. Correspondence of the National Republican. Philadelphia, Dee. 2, I860. Messrs. Editors s I received several copies of your neatly-printed, ably-condu ted sheet, for which please accept my sincere thanks, with the assurauce that the best wishes of the Republicans- of Philadelphia accompany you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 December 1860

"TEKMS"OF SUBSCRtPWON: Tho National RcrnhMRiv Is nnhlinhoil I'j every afternoon, (Sundays -excepted,) at the 1,1 corner of Indiana avenue and Second street and is delivered 'to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at three dol lars and filly cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. JKet All 'communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANE & Co., Washington, D. C v NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE PRESS. DT J. 1. MINKYr ThePressI the Press 1 tbe pride of arts, A radiant dawn foretells, , To guide In constellated lights, The land where, frefdom dwells; To lead the progress of Jhe mind, To spreaiLtbe charms of peace, And blend the' human race in one, When" bigot strife shall cease. The Press I the Press I bright glows its beams, Throughopt our happy laud, Like sUr-groups In the azure skies, Its rays of light expand. True knowledge Is a nation's strength, When reckless factions rise ; A strength...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 December 1860

NAT'lONAL RErUBUCAN. Thursday, December 6, 1860. AN ALLIANCE DECLINED. It has been a favorite suggestion of tbe Northern flunkies, who hare done so much to fan and stimulate the disaffection which has now broken out at the South, that certain of the Northern States, In the event of a disrup tion of the Union, would join the Southern Confederacy. To facilitate this new arrange ment, it has even been proposed to divide the .Empire State, so as to permit the virtuous cities of New York and "Brooklyn, detached from an uncongenial connection with the fanat ical counties beyond Cayuga bridge, to enjoy the symphaties and trade o'f South Carolina. We have a recollection of certain Vallandig hams and Larrabees, who promised during the last session of the present Congress, that the Northwest would join the South. This was when the Northwest was regarded as the peculiar property of Judge Douglas. At other times, it -has been said that it would only be necessary to cut off the puritanical State...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 December 1860

ih .") i LOCAL NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PUTNAM PHALANX. RECEPTION AT TUE DEPOT. Scenes at the National Visit to Secretary Toucey. Lone before the boar announced for tho ar rival of the Phalanx yesterday evening, large crowds had gathered in and around the Depot, anxious 16 obtain a glimpse of the far-famed battalion. At about half past fire o'clock, company A of the Washington Light Infantry, numbering forty-five muskets, headed by the marine band, and accompanied by the officers of the entire battalion, marched into the De- I 'Ot. and took up their position in the main all. Shortly alter, the shrill whistle of the loc6motive sounded, and, five minutes later, me cars were at the Depot. The Infantry presented arms, and tho ma rine band played a salute, as the Phalanx en tered the nail. The whole procession then formed in line, and marched to the National Hotel, by way of New Jersey and Pennsylva nia avenues. On the route, many flags were displayed, and, in addition, the armory of the Lig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. JEALOUSY AND A DUEL AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER AND A GERMAN COHN DOCTOR. The London correspondent of the New Or leans Delia tells the following story: An Englishman and his wife, a newly mar ried couple, were travelling in the west of Ger many. Tho Englishman was remarkable for his attachment to his wife, for his taciturnity, and the awkwardness, or want of sacoir Were, which was always getting him into scrapes. His wife was a rosy-cheeked, gay little thing, enjoying life to the utmost, and chattering liko perpetual motion no language amiss. The husband got the worst of it at the table d'hote of Germany, of course, and did nothing but eat and drink, till his intellect, from tho lack of use of his tonguo and the over use of his jaws, became a little stultified. At Spa, they occu pied the same place, day after day, and found the same neighbors of course the husband beihg compelled to silence, nnd tho pretty and talkative wife compelled to talk for both. Her rieht-hnnd n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1860

6tekm biC'sufiaeaMeNil I "" Tho N1W6iUlReTuV1pawV Published, every 'afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner" of IpJMna' ayende au'd'.ffccorid street, land is .delivered to'tity subscribers at six 'klnlJ'pe?'eclc'1 maif sub'scritiors al three'clol- Jan and fifty-cent per atfnnovfa advance. t'dertfelSenU Inserted at Bboral, rates. " - uVlfir All communication's, Whether o'rrb'usk nessor, for publication, shonld be addressed to i't"T on 'LBWIS-CLEPHANE A "Co"., h-n , - .Washington, JO. Q, Subscriptions, advertisement; and comma, nications, intended for this paper, may be left at Adaraaoh'a periodical store,"oa Bevsratfc street, pppdntelhi'Generslrrost Offlee)-wherreopIes of tire papsr may abiote bad Immediately on iU issnei - fJ zhtK v.'i jou. slln u(J Advertiements."shouldbeSjent in before twelve o'clock, H'otherwise they may have to He6veraday." ' ' ' '-'',10'' r 1 t 4 " r r -r i nl J I '. Communication upon all .subjects, particu larly with reference i to our city affairs, will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1860

MTfQIXAL PErUBLICATN1. Friday, December 7, 18G0. OQr If any of oar subscribers fail to receive tbeir paper regulatly, we hope they will notify hi of the fact without delay, that we may call the attention cf the carriers to the neglect TO ADVERTISERS. Wo invito the attention of our merchant and business men to our advertising columns We start 'bat with a circulation in this ciU which we believe to be larger than that of any other paper published here, save one, and with prospects of a largo daily increase. As ours is the only Republican paper published in the city, it is fair to presume that advertisers, through its coluts, may reach a class ol readers who cannot be reached through any of the other ctty papers. By advertising in our columns, no one, o course, will be supposed to have endorsed oui politics. Wo do not expect the advertising patronage of our political opponents, miles. they shall deem it to their interest, as a men business matter, to extend it to us. But wt expect to m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1860

-fc.--.-T T - r5 t"l .1 I' LOCAL NEWS. 'THE PUTNAM PHALANX. ifWr rii7 to Mount Vernon They call oh the President Speeches, Incidents; t'd. 'Yesterday morning, between nine and ten 'o'clock,1 Putnam Phalanx, 'andcr the escort 'of the officers of the Light "Infantry battalion, and headed by the Marino Band, took up the lino of nnCrcn-for the steamboat wharf, on their visit to'lho'tonilrcf Washington. Great inter 'est warcverywhem' taken in their movements, 'and, asthey.passdd tlVrtugh the streets, every body rushed rtd obtain a glimpse of them the old Continental uniform receiving admiration on all hands. The ThoirmsCollyer, which had been thar 'tere'd'for'it.o occasion, left her wharf at precise ly a qircHer past ton, and reaohei Mount Vernon about 'twelve o'clock. Onboard the boat we 'noticed, in addition to (lie Futaam Phalanx, 'Major Davis, Captains Towers and Dubant, Lieutenants Williams and Clark, Surgeon Butt, j Quartermaster Toners, d privates Browcrs, Morgan, and Ortoo, of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1860

ATIONAT TtETUBEICXN. THE SUNBEAM IK THE CHURCH. It sweetly stole through tinted pane, With mild and mellow light, And stayed within the sacred fane, As though It loved the sight It played on childhood's cloudless brow, In warm and rosy rays, And gave the mother's palltd check The bloom or other days. It touched the old man's silver head With amber's softest hue, And fondly o'er the hallowed font A peaceful rainbow threw. It lit the sculptor's classic group, Or monumental stone, And lingered long with faith And hope, And round the mourner shone. It o'er the blessed altar bung, And crowned the priest with gold; A royal robe the surplice teemed, And fell In purple fold. More bright than Aaron's breastplate glowed The holy book of God ; And gems bestrewed the very floor, Whereon the people trod. E'en thus the Spirit's living light Will all our lire surround, And we that heavenly gift may seek Within the Church's bound. Then come, by font and altar come, With faith and works of lore, And...

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