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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1861

S-9-S-CaSBSBstt RATES OP ADVERTISING.., One square, thrw'days........... ..i......i.$1.00- One square, four days.... t i.....j ,135, One square, five days LfiQ One square, slxdays.. 1.75 One square, two weeks .i....w.i.l..a.T5 Oue square, threo weeks 3.50 One equar?, one month 4.00 One square, three nuraths 10.06 Oi.e square, six months 10.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty, five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT HOB5INO, (SUXDATS EXCII-TED,) On Seventh itreet, near K, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TEIlltS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carolers. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cent! per annum, payablo in advance. C cirr o o - tyh ux axioimL ite JCS Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D...

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 1861

mmwiHim WIB tgg T.t flair B;oi. -,?. iwu!,. i.-w - Wis. ,,ivr nrvvt. !hbm! mpiwM - mtum, Xts I' I !. (9 Oor publication office is on Seventh trtet, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Poit Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, February 8, 1861. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. Thia paper has now a circulation in this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, nnd therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. CoNoniss. As will be seen by our synopsis, the attention of both branches is absorbed by the current political events. tST The state of the weather prevented the receipt of telegrams during last evening. At ten o'clock, no wire was working south of Petersburg. The Officeholders. The Missouri Demo crat says that the United States officeholders in that Slate, " are among the most malignant dis unionists." Of course. They would not have been appointed, if not either known, or believed to be " disvnionists," the fact being tha...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Agent. Mr. James E. Given it authorized to receive nil moneys owing for subscriptions to this .paper in the routes of the Northern Liberties, hcretoforo owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notice. The patrons of this paper residing Sn the first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer our agent, and all sums due for the paper must bo paid to Mr. L. B, Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. JQy- Copies of Hon. C. F. Adams's speech, recently delivered in the United States House of Representatives, can be had at this office, price SO cents per hundred. COMIESPONDENCE BETWEEN' MAYOR BKR.nET and General Weiohtman. The Intelliyencer of yesterday publishes rather a spicy correspond ence between the Mayor and the Major Gen eral, of which the following is the substance : On the 1st day of the present month, Major Weightman addressed a note to Mayor Berret, in which he requests a list of the names and residencies of the whole police force, for day and night service, stating th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 February 1861

.-S5TS 2?z&B$BsBgaipi DWJWMMMW Mi''i!i."vm.fiiii'i'jii'rviMtfrrttfS;i - ' Proipectni of the National Republican. Believing that the tlm has arrived when tbe great Republican party of theUnlted States ouglit to be falrlr represented In the dally press of the National Metropolis, we hate embarked In tbe enterpriie of supplying the cttliem of the District of Columbia with a dally publication, under the title of the "Natioxil Ripcblicai." In Iti political department, thla journal will advocate and defend the principles or the Repub lican party, and endeavor to disabuse the public mind of groundless prejudices which hare been engendered against It, by the false accusations of Its enemies. Having tbe utmost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be such as to merit our approbation, we expect to yield It a cordial, but not a servile support. In the great Issue that lslikely to be made with his administration, by tbe enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 February 1861

'teC .mrt , wt- ; THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORSING, (SMDAYa EXCEPTED,) On Seventh itreet, near E, oppoatte the Central Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING'. One square, three days , $1.00 One square, four days 1.2s One square, five days , 1.50 One square, six days JJ75 One square, two weeks . !..!""" 275 One square, three weeks "" 3,'0o One squar?, one month 400 One square, three months !lo!6o' One square, six months !l600 One square, one year 30.00 Kvery other day and once a week advertise monts, fifty per cmt. advance on the above. Insetted as reading matter, ten cents a Una. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty. live cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or leis constitute a square. &MidmA Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1861. No. 63. MttxMuCWfa PRICE ONE CEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 February 1861

ISS'iiBKMUHr t VTg&! J!3JVig j: ;vijip-f iy jtB'iw4iF.itii wwig-wi iwjf mn mm . . ihim Tiififrril fem ..a.,j-t j C NATIONAL ItfirtJBLtOA. Saturday, Fobruary 9, 1861. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has now a circulation lu thi city larger tnati all tho city papers combined, with tho exception of one, and therefore affords a moat' excellent advertising medium. Threatening Aoain. Tho Richmond Jvii quirer of last Tuesday, the organ of a party beaten out of sight in Virginia, says i "We tell the people of Washington, at the aame time, lh.it their lives and property aro 6 laced in manifest jeopardy by tho intrigues of cott, Seward, & Co. Tho city of Washington, nnoccupied by military forces, would offer a refuge of safety, lint so soon as the State of Virginia shall take active measures of resist ance to Hlock Republican rvle, her authorities cannot and tcill not brook the presence of a federal artny of coercion at Washington. If the army shall remain there, it must lie driven...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 February 1861

BS59SH5 LOCAL NEWS. Aoent. Mr. James E. Given is Authorized to receive all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in the routes of the Northern Liberties, heretofore owned by Mr. John Mat thews. Notice. The patrons of this paper residing in the first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer our agent, and all sums due for the paper mast bo paid to Mr. L. B. Parker, who is now the agent for that ward. t&F Copies of Hon. C. F. Adams's speech, recently delivered in the United States Home of Representatives, can be had at this office, price 50 cents per hundred. Umtso States Troops Now iv tile City. Tho following is a list of tlio companies at pres ent in the city, with their numbers and places where quartered: Company A, Second Artillery, ninety-one men, under command of Captain Barry, ia quartered at the arsenal. Company I, First Artillery, ninety-two men, commanded by Lieutenant t ry, is quartered at the corner of Eighteenth, and U streets. The detachment of Dragoons,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 February 1861

..s::. sa..ji. yarm3t.rzsjs3zsx: Ai-M"-' ti-T" M i , ' I h 'i r: foAWONAL BErUBLICAN. The Union as it is, and tho Constitution as our Fathers mado it. SPEECH OF HON. M. V. TAPPAN, OF NEW IUMIfinrtE, IN THR HOHSK OF REPRESENTATIVES, Fedruary 5, 1861. Tho House having unJer consideration the report from the select committee of thirty three, Mr.TAPPANsnidt Mr. Speaker i As one of the members of tho committee of thirty-three, I joined with the gen tleman from Wisconsin Mr. Wahiiiiukx in submitting a minority report, mid in recoin mending tho following resolution for the con sideration of the House: " llesoletd, That the provisions o the Con ' stitution aro ample for the preservation of the ' Union, and tho protection of all the material ' interests of the country f that it needs to he ' obeyed rather than amended j and that cxtri ' catum from present difficulties should be look 1 etl for In elTorts to presertonnd protect tho ' public property, and in the enforcement of the laws, rnthcr ...

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

. m '' m n -- ,, ... i . i.ii.!.,,., .) i L. ... . .- , . .. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KXCEtTED,) On Seventh ilrcct, near R, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE k CO. RATES OP' AD a ann&rA- ttirt Awm - j&tiairal One square, three days., une square, lour days ?- One square, five days ijT.-. One square, tlx days , ib , One square, two weeks , 2.7s One square, three weeks 3.J0 Ono square, one month '4.00 One square, three months io!oo One square, six months 18.00 One squaro, one year 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advancs on the above,' ' Inserted as reading matter, ten cents Una. Church and other notices, and wants, tWMty. " five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. M V J(CT) TERMS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya bit to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and 6ft cenU per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, ...

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

Sl'e-.'i-nlJ- uj.aj." " i ."iJr,;af.AA4'Kiiiiji4.i, w awEsyHS!e4jssBssiSsefe t , It. H U I ATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. Monday, February 11, 1861. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has now a circulation in this city larger than all the city papers combined, with tho exception of one, and therefore affords n most excellent ndtertising medium. Tin: An-Ain at Little Hock. Tho proba bility, upon all the information by telegrams in respect to Little Rock, is, that if the arsenal has really been occupied by State troops, it has been done, in good faith, for tho protection of the property against mobs. Tennessee. Telegrams received in the city last evening announce an overwhelming victory of the Union party in the election of Saturday. The State sustains her Senator, Mr. Johnson. The vote in Nashville was almost unanimous for the Union. Memphis, the stronghold of the Secessionists, has probably gone for the Union. 'Private advices from Montgomery say that Ministers have been appointed by the Con gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 February 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Aoent. Mr. James E. Given is authorized to receive all moneys owing for subscriptions to this paper in the routes of llio Northern Liberties, hen toforo owned by Mr. .Tnbn Mat thews. NoTit'i:. The patrons of this paper residing in tlio first ward am notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer our agent, and all sums dun for the paper must bo paid lo Mr. L. B. I'urkcr, who is now the agent for that ward, t- Copies of Hou. C. P. Adams's speech, recently delivered in the United States House of Representatives, can be had at this oflicc, price 60 cents per hundred. REMOIOU9. The lion. II. W. Milliard, of Alabama, preached a very eloquent sermon yes terday morning in the Methodist Episcopal church South, basing his remarks upon the words contained In the fifth chapter of Romans, fifteenth and sixteenth verses. Ilia Driiciunl object was to show the entire insignificance of man as compared with the mighty power of Gud. He referred, as an example, to Alexan der the uroat, tne most suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 February 1861

-7 "TT"'TrTVlP; 3Z&i.. . I "i fi ! f s it u ,1 roipectnt of the National Republican. Believing that the time has arrived when the great Republican party of the United States ought to be fairly represented In the dally proas of the National Metropolis, wo have embarked In the enterprise of supplying the cttlrcns of the District of Columbia with n dally publication, under the title of the " National IUpublican." In Its political department, this Journal will adrocate and defend tho principles of the Repub lican party, and endeavor to disabuse, tho 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 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 his administration, by the enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washington and the District o...

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

1 lllTl ' r - rfiirr mi i THE SXtf ibfrAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED SVEET MORNING, (SO-NPAYS Klt'EI-TED,) On Seventh ilrcet, scar B, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, ill and n quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carrier!. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING.-! One square, three days .'....'.$ i'.t$ ' One square, fonr days j... .1.11 One square, five days 1.50 One square, ill days ,, i,j One-square, -two -weeks '....'..I .$ One square, three weeks j,so One square, ode month t 4I00 One square, three months lo!ot One square, six months 19.09 Ono square, one year 10.00 Every other day aud once a week advertls. menu, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty, fire cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1861....

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

J Mi MKiOdr publication office is on Seventh tract, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Pent Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tnoiday, February 13, 1861. k WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. Thil paper haa now a circulation in this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. Tennessee. The battle for the Union, was fought upon the principles and sentiments of the speeches of Senator Johnson, and the great ness of the victory should satisfy all Sonthern friends of the Union, what is the true way of meeting secession at home. Its strength is largely made up of noise and swagger, and it is men of tho Jackson stamp, like Senator Johnson, who will be most successful in put ting it down. A GREAT MEASURE OP PACIFICA TION. The Republican members of Congress, who have been seeking the opportunity to make, in some authentio and solemn manner, such a declaration of their purposes as would remove ...

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

' LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board of Aldermen. This Board assent' bled lost flight at the usual time. A communication was receivod from the Mayor, announcing his approval of " An act for the purchase of oil for-certain fire compa nies." Also, an act for the relief of Nicholas Drum mond. Also, "An act granting permissiou to erect a building on the squaro attached to the City Hall, for the purpose of holding a Union Ball on the 4th of March next." Dr. Msgruder presented the petition of J. W. Carr, praying the remission of fines ; which was referred. Mr. Bayly introduced a joint resolution in relation to expressing, in a suitable manner, the usual courtesies to the retiring President of the United State, which was passed unani mously, rfter expressing a hope that many Presidents of the United States might receive like attentions. Mr. Semmes introduced a joint resolution in relation to the Metropolitan police bill now pending before Congress, and expressing a de sire, that it should no...

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

T! I I'i I K- n ; M' k- I Prospectus of the National Bepublican. Ballevtog that the time hu arrived when the great Republican party of the United States ought to d fairly represented In the dully press of the National Metropolis, we have embarked In the enterprise of supply log the citizens of the District of Columbia with a dally publication, under the title of the " National IUpubmcax." In Its political department, this Journal will ad locate and defend the principles of the Repub I lean party, and endeavor to disabuse the public mind ol 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 be such as to merit our approbation, we expect to yield It a Cordial, but not a senile support. In the great issue that is likely to bo made with his administration, by, the enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washington and the District of Columbia bare more at st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 February 1861

o'mw?M 11 lr ' KATES' OF ADER? &$&, . One square, three days ;..''.. ,...(1.00 Oae square, four days , .1.25 O te square, five days 1.60 One square, sit days 1... 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeks , 3.6O One square, one month 4.00 One sqnare, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16 00 One square, one year .10.00, Every other day aud onro a week, advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading mattertten cents a line. Church and other notices, aud waitstwenty five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLI8HED EVERY MORNING, (huniuts kxcitted,) On Seventh ttrect, near K, opposite the Oencral Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall lubicrlberi, three dollar! and fill centa per annum, payablo in advance. Q&lin?al mmsat Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1861...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 February 1861

Tf' IX t. s .' I J! 9 Oar publication office, li on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, had opposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednetday, February 13, 1861. Confirmation. Tho Senate yesterday con firmed the nomination of Horatio King as Poet maaten General. A number of deputy post masters were also confirmed. -' THE VOTES OF PACIFICATION ON MONDAY. The resolution, offered by Mr. Palmer of New York in the Home on Monday, and toted for by every Republican, was in the words fol lowing: " .RwolwtfjThat neithor the Federal Govern ment, nor the people or Government of any non-slaTeholding State, hare a purpose or a constitutional right to legislate upon or inter fere with slavery in any State of the Union." As the Democrats generally refused to vote npon this resolution, it was, for the purpose of securing support from that side, thrown into the following new form, by Mr. Sherman, of Ohio: "Rejoiced, That neither Congress nor the people or Government ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 February 1861

V I w m :p Hi Mississippi Steamer Burnt. Hcv Orleans, Jib. 12. The steamer Charm er, from Vicksburg, bound to thin city, with 3,800 bales of cotton, was burnt to the water's edge below Donaldsonville yesterday. Fivo Uvea wero lost. The firo originated abaft tho wheelhouso. Political. Portland, Feb. 11 E. M. Bunlta (Republi can) u elected Major of Bridgeford to-day. Reorganization of tho Minute Men of 1866. Philadelphia, Feb. 11. The Vigilance Com mittee of the Minute Men of 1866, desiring a perfect organisation, hare requested the va rious organizations thoughout the country to send conies of their Constitutions and lists of their members to F. H. Knight, Chairman of me committee ot ima city. Attempt at Murder with an " Infernal Machine." Pittsburah. Pa.. Feb. 11. There was a dia bolical attempt to destroy the family of Augus tus Hoevler, a well-known citizen of Lawrence Tille, by an " infernal machine," on Saturday night. The machine was placed on the window sill and fired by means...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 February 1861

m ...-p"j. (VtirHfM' Prospectus of the National Bepublican. Believing that the tlma has arrived when the great Republican party of the United States ought to be fairly represented In the dally preai of the National Metropolis, we hare embarked In the enterprlie of supplying the citizens of the District of Columbia with a dally publication, under the title of the " Nitiokal Rifobmclx." In 1U political department, thli journal will advocate and defend the principle! of the Repub lican party, and endeavor to disabuse the public mind of groundleu prejudices which hare been engendered against It, by the false accusations of lu enemies. Hating the utmost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be such 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 his administration, by the enemies of the Republican party, the people of Washington and the District of Columbia have mora M stake than t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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