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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 February 1861

km -mimimswmmmmmmsmm. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square,1 four days.ri;..;:.in,.yrrr.TOi;TOt;" One luuare, five days 1.50 One squaresix days i..".l'.U."l.TS One square, two weeks i..? 1.78'' Oue square, three weeks l.tO One square, one month 4,00 One square, three months ,. , 10.00 One square, six months 18.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise, meats, fifty per cent, advance on tbe 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 """subliShed ' EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAY MCIPTEI),) On Seventh itrett, near K, opposllo the Grnual Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE k CO. r y -iv t TERMS. To city subscribers, tlx nnd a quarter renli per week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cenU per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1...

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. — 14 February 1861

i Onr publication office is on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, N and opposite the General Pott Office. NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN. Thursday, February 14, 1881. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has 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. FLOYD'S CASE. The report of the select committee of the House upon the abstraction of bonds from the Interior Department, exhibits the facts sub stantially as they are already understood by the public, but with some additions. It appears from it, that there was no prac tice of giving acceptances by the War Depart ment, but that the honor of originating it be longs to Floyd. It appears also, that about a year ago, ex Senator Benjamin having his attention called tb some of these acceptances by parties in New York, made them the subject of conversation both with the President and Mr. Floyd. The President said he knew no...

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. — 14 February 1861

vl I " a 1. '. Lit LOCAL NEWS. Agent. 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 Mut thews. Notice. The patrons ofthii paper residing in the first ward are notified that Mr. Dillow is no longer our agent, and all sums due Tor the paper must be paid to Mr. L. 1). Parker, who Is now the agent for that ward. J65 Copies of Hon. C. F. Adams's speech, recently delivered in the United States Uouse of Representatives, can be had at this office, price 60 cents per hundred. Tiik Concert To-mioiit. The concert of Company C, Washington Light Infantry, which takes place to-night at the Smithsonian, prom ises to be one of the most enjoyable affairs of the kind which has taken placo here for a lone time. The full Marine Band will be In attend ance, and such really fino singers as Messrs. Dawson, Hodgson, Jones, and Noyes, besides some of the best female amateurs in the city, have...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 February 1861

K h r For tba National Republican. 1fR. TOOMBS AND THE OEORaiA MANIFESTO. I haro just read a manifesto, said to have been written by Robert Toombs, and adopted by the Georgia Secession Convention. It pur port to set forth tho causes which led to the separation of the State of Georgia from her con' federates. Considering tho character of tho writer, and the State whose Convention adopted it, it is a remarkable State paper. Mr. Toombs i a man of learning; and talent, and has acquired a high reputation as a statesman. Georgia is one of tne largest ana most respectanie ot tbe cotton States. It U therefore surprising that, in an appeal to the civilized world, they have staked their reputation for Intelligence and candor upon a manifesto, remarkable for nothing but a reckless disregard fortruth. It is false in the whole and in detail false in fact and in logic false in what It states, as well as in what it sup presses. I proposo to notice only a few instances, as a sample of the whole. It...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 February 1861

"l"i liin THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS FUBLI8HED eVery morning, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS OLEPHANE & CO. TEBMB. To city subscribers, six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING -r - One squar. three days . $I.0r 4 One square, four days , 1.2S On square, five days 1,5a One square, six days M 1,7s One square, two weeks j,7$ One square, thre weeks J.Mr. One square, one month ,k, 4.00 One square, thre 'months 10.00 One square, six months 18.00 One square, on year 10.0S-3 Every othar day and on.ee a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. u Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a lln. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a sqiar. 3Sffiai?al itrMicait Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1861. No. 68. lHMffiWWn X...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 February 1861

MT Oar publication office) ii on Seventh street, adjoining Adamton'i Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. MHOMOEPUBLICANr Friday, February IS, 1861. 9 Mr. Floyd, in a card. just published, peak of the charges against himself having "fulminated " in the recent report of the House committee of five. How about the indictment found against him here, two or three weeks ago in the Circuit Court? Whenjaccnsation has taken the form of an indictment, it it not pretty near " culminating ? " $ST It was shown nbout two jcors ago, that after putting np the Utah transportation con tracts to bidding, Mr. Floyd rejected all tlio bids, and then gave the contrats, of his own motion, to Russell Jfc Co, at an enormous nd tance above what was proposed at biddings iii vitcd by himself. Ez-Senator Benjamin de fended him for doing to, in a discussion in the Senate with Mr. Fessenden, The facta were admitted about the same time in the House by Mr. Phelps. Indeed, the rascality of the War ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 February 1861

HI m LtOCAL NEWS. The Concert and Presentation, Tho con cert of Compauy C, Washington Light Infantry, came off last mgbt at tho Smithsonian Institu tion, according tti announcement, and w.-lh n very successful itflair. The hall was crowded, and nearly all the military companies of Wash ington and Georgetown wcrolargely represent ed. The stage was arranged in a beautiful and piclurosque manner, tho stars and stripes oc cupying a central position thereon, surrounded by evergreens, arranged in a most tasty man ner. The Marino Band, Prof. Scala, was present, and performed several pieces in fine- style, which were much applauded. The singing was very good, so good, in fact, as to leave little to Sarticularize. The duct "Juniata," by the lisses Warwick, was loudly encored. "The Lonely Bird," duet, by ,Mrs. Popo and Master Pugh, was also sung in a manner to draw forth f ond and prolonged applause. And the chorus, vJoy, joy. freedom to-day," led by Prolessor Daniel, which concluded tho firs...

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. — 15 February 1861

Froipeetu of the Rational Republican. Believing that the tlma fau arrived when the great Republican party of the United Statu ought to be fairly represented In the, dally preis of the National Metropolis, wo hare embarked In the enterprise of supplying the cltliens of the District of Colombia with a dally publication, under the title of the "Natioxai, IUmjbucax." In its political department, this Journal will adroeate and defend the principles of the Repub llcan party, and endearor to disabuse the public mind of groundless prejudices which have been engendered against it, by the falsa accusations of It enemies. Hating the utmost confidence that the administration of Mr. Lincoln will be such as to merit our approbation, wo expect to yield It a cordial, but not a senile 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 hare more at stake than the peopl of any othe...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 February 1861

-r--isfc THE 'NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED, EVERY MOEHIBO, (SUNDAYS KICKTIKbf) On Seventh street, our E, opposite the Oeneral Toil Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE A CO. TERM p. To city (subscribers, ill and a quarter cnti perWeekj payable to the-carrters. To '"mill subscribers, thteo dollars and fifty cent per annnm,, payable In adrance. , PRICE .ONE CENT. FOUND-A RING I ( 5 TRANSLATED FROM THE FREVCD. It was about six o'clpck in the evening, the sun bad just withdrawn Tiis'laal beams, when, walking through Regent's' Park, I saw roll frorn the pavement into the street a ring which a milliner's trailing dress swopt from the aide walk. The ring was at the inmo lirao perceiv ed by an apprentice boy, but I was a second before him in obtaining possession of it. Going home, 1 wrote anoT caused to be pub lished, tho following advertisement i " Found Oh Wednesday evening last, in Regent's Park, 'a valuable ring. The owner may recover it, by addressing Sir W. G., No. 19 Berkley Square-!' Tho n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 February 1861

a MOu Implication office lion -Seventh tint, adjoining Adamson'a Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Poet Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, February 18, 1861. sW'TheRepublican caucus last night, unani mously approved Mr. Bingham's force bill, which authorizes the collection of revenue on shipboard, onUide of insurrectionary port. It kwiU be pressed to iu pejsage next week. ' 3 sW The CommittM of the Peace Confer ncBBiade thUwport. yeUrdayt .It is a plan of conciliation, embracing the Crittenden and Guthrie propositions, and the resolution! of the Border Bute Committee. Thil estab lishes, the Missouri Compromise principle north of the. line 0(136 80', and north of it popular sovereignty. Tjbe Conference will probably be in session several days. sJ9 The armi, worth eight or nine thou sand 'dollar, recently seized at Napoleon, Ar kansas, were, intended for the regular troops on the frontier of that State and Texas, who are now defending the people. from Indian raids. W Reli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 February 1861

h PPaHMMMaMMMMMMMB 0 T.nn ir. n?.WG t MJMiYj'"!'-" ' J-1 '.. flviciftAt 'thi Canto.. Rev. C. C. But ler, D. D., rector of Trinity Church, will preach, in the Capitol Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. RsrOBttcis Mef.tiko. The meeting of the National Republican Association, held Thurs day evening nt the Wigwam, was numerously nt tended. Major B. I). French, the President, In tho chair. Messrs. E. S. Frederick, Charles Gaskell, D. Giddings,and T. Lowe, were elect ed memben of the Association, and several applicationi were received. Mr. Cltphane announced the presence of. a delegation 'of thirty from the Republican As sociation of Baltimore and in a neat address, welcomed them to the meeting. Mr. Gleason, the President of the delegation, replied in a handsome manner, thanking tbe Association for the reception given them. Mr. Blaomberger, a member of the delega tion1, addressed the Germans present in their own language. The President, Major French, being called upon, made a 'short speech, i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 February 1861

'JiWft -, th d.lited'tVrWnu'. arv of-'ee Republican Kleifor cf the United i State, In Convention asembled,,ln discharge v of tlit duty w ow to our'contliliisnU and our country, unite in th following declarations : Tint. That th history of th nation daring tb lest four jtui hu folly establlshed'th pro priety nd necenltj of th organisation end per petuation of th Republican party! and that tn cantjrUfh calltd It into.eilitenc are perm, niniiithtlr. nature, ud bow, roor than ver tntan, demand It pMCfnl aad constitutional tinni. Tht th malteaa of th principle promulgated la th Put if Hon of Independence, ud aabodltd fa th Federal Ooattltation, " tbt . aU awn ar creatat taaal j that thayar endowed bytaatr-Creator with certain unalienable rights; ' thatataoua the,! lire, liberty, and the par alt pjMppiiMU that to secure theee rights, CtovaiatMnt. are, Instituted among men, derivlog Utf)it power from IheconeentofthegOTerned,'' as tatial to th preservation of our republican tstttRatlons; an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 February 1861

wwn ' ' "" ""' " Mu. . . ., TftE NATIONAL REPUBLICAk 13 PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh i trett, near E, opposite the Oenrtal Post Office, by LEWI8 GLEPHANE & CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oi jqaare, three dayi,...'. ....tXM One equare, four days. TlJs Cwjqnare, five days 1(M S" Witt", six days Iti 0MrfcVtw fHki. . 1 is Oa squart, three wseka...". jja Onesqaart, OsWsaonUi....... ajx One square, tlrre months 10.00 One square, six months noo One square, on year ..10.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent advance on the aborat, Inserted as reading: matter, Un cents a Rat, Church and other notices, aad wants, twenty, fire cents for each Insertion. Tea lines or leu constitute square. ' ationaf TERMS. To city subscribers, ilx and a quarter centi per week, payable to the carrtera. To mall subscribers, three dollara and fifty cents per .annum, payablo in advance. Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1861. No. 70. ac fcky Vr''' bb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 February 1861

JM fft. ' MPOur publication offlce'ie on Seventh ' street, adjoining Aeemson't Periodic! Depot) 'and opposite the General Pott Office. MIONAL REPUBLICAN. Xonday, February 18, 1881. FUTURE ACQUISITIONS OF TERRI TORY. In considering the probability of obtaining the aieentof three-fourth of the Statea to inch an amendment of the Conititution aa will re quire the concurrence of more than a mere ma jority in Congreu to the future acquisition of territory,' public attention seems to be confined to project of acquisition on the tide of Mexico. It may torn ont that no acqaiiitiom in any other direction will ever be made, but the im prearion that the annexation of the British Provinces it pottible and detirable, hat to much foothold in the public mind, that it will certainly create opposition to any restriction which shall make inch annexauonlmore dif ficult. The bearings of constitutional amendments are so various, that tome of them will probably be overlooked In any scheme of amendments go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 February 1861

Sr FO(TAL NETSr Aoint. Mr. James E. Given ii 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 duo for the paper most be paid to Mr. L. B. Parker, who U now the agent for that ward. $sW Copiea of lion. C. F. Adams's speech, recently delivered in the United States House of Representatives, can be had at this office, price 60 cents per hundred. Services' at tiie Catitol. The services yesterday were conducted by the Rev. 0. M. Butler, who delivered an able discourse from Phllippians, chap. 4, verse 22d " The saints of Ctcsar s household." He commented his dis course by giving a description of the house hold of Cresar, and those who composed it. Their pleasure was derived from everything unseemly, and debauchery was the reigning ge nius of the palace. Some of th...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 February 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. A gentleman of leiiare amuses himself by writing an essay every month, entitled " Stndiei oa Slavery." Ue has handed u hie February number, containing 4 plan for the settlement of Ota slavery question, for publication. STUDIES ON 8LAVERY. February 4, 1861. I will addresa thii February number to the Hon. Green Adams, whose speech delivered at Odd Fellows Hall" on Saturday, January 2, I have just finished reading. To the Bon. Oreen Adam; Representative In Congress from Kentucky. Dear Sib : I notice near the conclusion of yonr speech the other evening, that yon say, " I will surrender all my slaves to save the Union j" " I will give all that! possess to save the Union." It is just and proper, if you are willing to sur render all your slaves to save the Union, that you should be paid for them. The Constitution says " private property shall not be taken for public use without just com pensation." It may be for the general welfare that the slaves should be liberated, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 February 1861

PmWfeuuataaiUi JUJUC, ao THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBpiKD' ' f iWY Joshing,, (SCXDAYB tXCEI-IED,) On BeTenlh itrctt, near E, oppoilte the General Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE A CO. TERMS. rr i jM3 "3i' - , To cut subtcrlben, ill and a quarter cents per week,, payable to the carriers. tofflall'loticrlben, ibrte dollari and fifty cenU per annum,' payable in advance. PRICE ONE CENT. i'--- ' -i CONFIDENCE AND CBEDIT. .Tie day vatldark,lh market doll, The 'change was thin, gazettes were full, And half the town was breaking; , The countersign of, cash was "stop," , -Bankers.and bankrupts ibut up shop, 1 lAnd honetl hearts war aohlDg. When near the 'change, my fancy spied ' "A' faded form, with hasty stride, Beneath griefs burden stooping; Her name was Credit, and aha said Her father, Trade, was lately dead ; Her motherCommerce, drooping. The ravfoYal Snewa Vrbut to' Sear .WaaWltiaredTbthib.adfla' For 'And nobody w'pnl d trust her, .'Wat acV r tndniiry had tried "To" jaln' fair Credit ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 February 1861

rSBE mxv,- MiMlntlon officenil om8Tnth street! adjotnfog Adamson's Periodical Depot, ad.opposite the General Poet Office. 'NATIONAL KEPUBiJCANy Tuesday, February 19, 186L "MILITARY PRINCIPLES." It was upon " military principle," that Mr. Walker, or Nicaragua notoriety, and who was thoroughly indoctrinated with the opinion of the chiefs of the Gulf State conspiracy, whoso friend, agent, and pet he was daring his whole career, proposed to organize his Central Amer ican Republic. It was by an organization upon "military principles" that he proposed to " hold in check" the numbers of the North. This is all the purpose which, speaking for his Gulf-State co conspirators against the lib crties of North America, he dared to avow, but it was not the ontire design which those men entertain. Ruling the black race by a domestic institu tion, they seek, at once to secure the safety of that institution, by nsing np in armies that portion of the white population in the planta tion States which is ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 February 1861

a LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board Or Aldermen. This Board met last night. Several communications were received from the Mayor, announcing his approval of various bills, viz s An act making an appropriation for the repair of certain gas fixtures in thu Centre market. Also, au act for the relief of Moses Minster. Alsoj joint resolution1 of respect to James Buchanan, President of the United States. Also, joint resolutioi instructing the com miltee before Congress to request of that body the transfer and surrender to this Corporation, certainengine-houses, apparatus, ic. Also, Joint resolution in relation to a bill now pending before Congress. The petition of A. A. Gant and others, de siring remuneration for services rendered. Referred to Committee on Drainage. The bill providing for authorizing the Major to employ an extra police force at the inaugu ration, was taken up and passed. The petition of J. II. Whaloy, asking the remission of a fine, which was referred to the Committee on Cl...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 February 1861

-? x iryr?v K'i'l$ BEPUBLICAN PLATFORM. tmhrt, That we, the delegated representa tives of the Republican Bleciori of the United State, in Convention assembled. In discharge of the duty we owe to our conttituenU and onr country, unite In the following declaration! : iVri. That the history of the nation doting the lift four years has fullj established the pro priety and 'necessity of the organisation and per petuation of the Republican party, and that the causii'whleh tailed It Into existence are perma seat in their nature, and now, more than ever bafeca, demand ite peaceful and coutltutlonal trlaspb. BmmJ. That the maintenance of the principle! promulgated In the Declaration" of Independence, and embodied In the Federal Comtltntlon, " that all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among theie an life, liberty, and the pur suit of bapptnen that to secure these rights, Ooternmenti are Instituted among men, deriving tbeUJust...

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