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

fiirnBYT" i B ' n THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED lSVEBY UOBNIVCf, (SVXDATS XXOirTIB,) Cttttl'i itrett, near B, opposite the Oeatral Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE A CO. TEHMS. To. elty subscribers six and a quarter easts per week, payable to the carrier!. To 'mall subscribers, three dollar and fifty centa per annum, payable la advance. RVTES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days M...$1.(A One sonar, four days .-.... ufc Oas squarsnfiva days.- uo Oae square, six days j,.ts Ooe square, two weeks... j.if Due square, threa weeks j.io One suuarv, one month., aoO Ous squarsvtbrea niontbs .'. iabsV One square, six months 18 00 On. square, one year, 10.0C Every other day advertisements, fifty parent. additional once a week advertisements chargei as new fu each Insertion. Inserted orly once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and waass, tfresrtr five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. &mm iRxmK til Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY,MARCH 11, 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. — 11 March 1861

!jif'yp?''',iwwi'gvwri".v;iufcgg ( ..: i:t ,, , piii m.. -I, j. m j forth, Calhoun u the Machiavel of Blavery, ettenipling to lift It up from the subject condl t 'on where it had been left under the Constitu t on. and make it the mnster element in poll I c. Ito be continued. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, March 11, 1861. A 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 taoit excellent advertising medium. THE INAUGURAL. Copied of the inaugural address, in pamphlet form, can be had at this office. Trice, fifty lent per hundred. TOE 'EVACUATION OF FORT SUMTER. Late-last evening we learned that in a Cabi l et meeting, on Saturday, it was determined 1a evacuate Fort Sumter. If the news is au thentic, of which we havo co reason to doubt, this measure has been taken as one of concilia tion to the border States. The fort has no Itratfgic importance, and it may have been uupposed t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 March 1861

"J' ' ' ' , .Tyy ik Ni L ffffSPT' W'frT CbiminVicWobt. rAe-inWamieMoA 2WaL On Saturday. Mr. Ould. continued' nit reply to tha argument of Mr. .Brndlcy, the day neioro, upon wo.point raised by the counsellor the defence in tbo case of Russell, and wai fol lowed by Mr. Thompson for tha defence. The case was postponed until to day, when the court will render its decision. Tho caso, of Reuben Clcary. J. A. Willet, Ringgold Browning, Henry Dudley, James E. Johnson, and Joseph Creager, charged with at tacking tho Republican Wigwam on the night of the Presidential election, was then taken up. Mr. Ould appeared for the United States, and Messrs. Davidge, Ward, and Berry, for the de fendants. Mr. Ould, in opening tho case, briefly dated tbo facts of the case, and then went on to show the nature of a riot, as distinguished from n acre affray, and stating that tba charge of riot could be sustained, even though there might havo been uo previous understanding between tha attacking parties any tu...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 March 1861

ww5wSnSins!ZlK m,vimJwTey W"SI U JENKINS'S IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. 1EIt503 wishing la have Ibelr dwellings or ttores fitted up with these celebrated burn art may leave their address at 371 Sixth street, I by letter dropped In the post office, which will bo promptly attended to. Satisfactory tests will bi nude from cu exper'menlal metre, proving tielr utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2w 371 Sltlh street, Dear II. RICHARD ROBERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Newspaper Agent, So. 337 Seventh street, between K and L streets, WASIIIN'QTON, D. C. fib 18 3m M. SMITH, Fashionable Tailor, ir9. 618 Garriton tired, between I and Fir ffinia avenue, Navy Yard. I CONSTANTLY on hand a fall supply of Ready 1 - Made Clothing and Gentlemen's Famishing t 'ods. jm jo A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, AxDDuuacr CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Penn. ar., bet 10th and 11th its. I hare jnst received a fine assortment of black e:oth Frock Ooats, Business Coats, black, plain, and fancy Oasslmero Pants, which I will sel...

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

1 i w ip&wm THfi'NA'TiONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Sen nti street, near E,- opposite the General' Post Oflice, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. . RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, font' days 1.25' One square, fire days 1.50 One square, six days , , 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeks , .,. 3.50 One square, one month .-. 4,00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per eeni. additional; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. OSffiaitkl; wnattsrc TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cants per annum, payable In advance. PRICE ONE CENT. FIRST, KEEP OLD CO...

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

wmwH-nnES&jaKsjsaa;. suiauawvs "jfll'ftlW'iy.l 'ttTslsTSStBaSaawMflSirM 11- 111 ii MwwmwwMigTWCTIIWHBgffWBHW liV l i I) ititutjon minority of the committee pro poses, firal. r inJon the compromis of the Union of ttu iicies, and then to reject tho next greatest compromise, the American prin cfplu of acknowledging the supreme authority of the will cf the majority. Without these, republican government cannot exist. New guarnntiej to slavery! Twenty million) of people, p aud and happy in their freedom, to enter into new covenants that slavery shall be spread and established, and perpetuated and defended, where it never was brfon", na the in exorable condition on which less than a half million of masters will consent to have fellow ship with them I An institution which scorns the sacred nflectious of family and home I as if it had not already guaranties enough, in n representation here equal to three millions of our people, in our arms and wealth ntid strength, to take back tbeir fly...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 March 1861

I LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. Tliis Board met last night, Recording to adjournment. A communication from tho Mayor, announ cing his approval of nu net extending tho titue lor the Board of Assessors to hear and deter mine complaints of excessive assessments. Also, the nomination of Hanson Brown, for scavenger of tho fifth ward, In place of Wil liam T. Bassford, resigned. Referred to Com mittee on Police. A communication from the Water Purveyor was received, in answer to ft resolution of Feb ruary 27th, which was referred to the Commit' tec on Drainage. Tliu Board of Trustees of the fourth school district presented a paper, which was referred to tho Committee on Schools. A communication from tho Union Fire Company was roceived, and referred to the Committee on Police. The petition of Patrick Qivens, asking the remission of a fine, was received, and referred to the Committeo on Claims. Tho hill authorizing an appropriation for the relief of II. C. Purdy was taken up a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 March 1861

jywBgywwwutti jfiiiw " -t. w-.Miwas jsasswsi i - JENKINS'S IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PERSON'S wl'hlog to have their dwellings or ttorcs filled up with these celebrated burn er! may leave tlielr address at 371 Sixth treet, or by letter dropped in the post office, which will he promptly attended to. Satisfactory tests will be made from an eiper mental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2iv 371 Sixth street, near H. EICHARD H0BERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Newspaper Agent, No. 337 Seventh street, between K and L streets, WASHD.-GTON, D C. feb lD-Sm M. SMITH, Fashionable Tailor, No. G18 Garrison street, between I and Fir jriiu'a avenue, Navy Yard. CONSTANTLY on hand a full supply of Read?. V Made Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. jan 10 A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, GEKTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Tenn. av., bet. 10th and 11th sts. I have just received a fine assortment of black cloth Frock Goats, Business Coats, black, plain, and fancy Casslmere Pants, which 1 wi...

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

RBRBMIRaRSHK Ill'll Ulllil II llll li I fcllMI I II !!! llUJJJLilllMMJLilllMMMMIlWWWMWMl" Tl 1 l 1 IIH MgyMmLMMimiil IMI .liMWI I II I WM wngMCTMBMMW-IIKMWIII IWTTr.lP I IB II HlOWWIWII'ira .. 1 .SraWMwasttaaHBMB - -'"- -"" ",vp,,ff ,J,m'1 !,t"T 18 PUDMSHin) ' ., EVEilY HORNING, Onfctnii itrret, scat B, opposite the Gtneral Post Office,' by ' ' ' 1 ; nstfis CtPH'AUE & fco.; '"' ', ' run ms. To cltj subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall tubscrlbers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. PRICE ONE CENT. SPEECH OF HON. S. S. BLAIR, OF riWNSYLVASIA, IN THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES, Fesrcart 23, 1801. The House having under consideration the ro port from the select committee of thirty-three Mr. BL AIR said: Mr. Speaker: There seems to rao a strange anomaly in our politics. In the clashing opin ions of these troublous times, all appear to unit: in praise of the Government of the United States ; Willi one consent Its struc...

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

S2itS5pMiv-- '"T,' v.Tr.mP""i'i "irr- ii imuiji, muni irn 'friunjii i " "" ' 'g'.1 " l1",Mtiir'iHi i i -n tSKStti. wS t- 3-r--twp-n7r. Htf lr. K i r i f i f crepares herself to Irad In a ff nfederacy byuf- tgij.iun. rU(mtirPiwiigyygairE;ciBfg (he ywinpt lead , tb ,Cyn,'ede.r fW! thlrljTf four StiUVi(d:it1ri)iniMltoade1(i4tbi!rlll M fc&Mrnl to loilow in one or (even ot eigii Ht)d will liv berou way, and nulwilhstaiilif g 1114 tba prtse nt polity In conceal II, one of lh-se wAyi Ij a blghwitv to Afncrf, over wboso bloody trade men and women shall bo torn Own their boiaen.andioinidgnert to bondapi. rirlhtexpe dlllon I see tbeir sails spiead, with the Palmetto boldly emblaiouod on tho escutcheon) while irt It' corocr, scarce legible, "S-e ttmpef tyrannii" will tell y .u hoar Virginia will hare (alien. Bir, ii .beller there Is too much home-bred sense la the border Etatei to give up the ad' vantage of our fathers' Union; and your ac tlou, one way or tbe other, with regard to New Mexi...

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

t:oca"l newsv VisW To"Tit Prksidkxt. About one o'clock vesteriaythb officers of the array, now In thin city, assembled at the War Department and proceeded to the Executive Mansion to make an official call on President Lincoln. The of ficer! werein full uniform, and preseuted quite a brilliant appearance. Visit or rni Oitt Authorities to Mb. Crit tenden. Yesterday, at noon, the committee appointed bytthe City Conncili called on lion. John J. Crittenden, at bi roomi in the Nation al Hotel. The member! of the committee Were individually presented to Mr. 0. by Mayor Jier ret, who, after a few momenta baa been (pent In pleasant intercourse, addreued a lew appro priate remarks to Mr. C., in which be expressed the high appreciation inwhich he was held, on account of hit valuable ittvicel in the Houses of Congress, hit devotion to the welfare of the Metropolis, and their regret at bi departure from nnhlio lifn. Mr. fierret then Dresented Mr. Crittenden with a copy 01 tne resolutions ot resp...

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

WflOWMr mBPIMW -ft ll IV I J ' I I . J TOE AaERIDAN CQIIL'STAREWELL. nVfjl4 I "J fate, to go fo'th trtigcr u ,ea y Beet home la ay own bathe Surrender 'ferjr'ensu toVave ivfrJdanger, aacrjpcnlj iq obey yqur i,pnnuaad, WcraJlpoUorthe love tli&t I bear to my nation, Were It liot for the honor (hat's due to my station, DJ6fJrflnRUttoUa&WDr,fotoyfcrfcllUoli,u , I,Mt'ar had accepted Coluin&ui, aduut' Farewell f mjjop,dejrjitflToKColojajbu t Farewetl tpjiojicenca that have merit up my life I " (J t i. AtHM&U of tkf cbintryjlliow toon mait leave thee. (i ' TftfeagagA'lrl n'e'woTk1oi"polittcal strife, gllV U WJ AUG, uuu 4 uinike (1U feiKVtU I go at your'.kld.iilog Columbia, ad Ion I AdTefto to (he1 well, with tlio old oaken buckej,, The wide-spreading mcadovr, ,tbe foreat and glen i i Nore. shU 1 Join In the eporU ot my play mate!, To catch the wild bird and the Innocent wren. Ye days of my childhood, how soon are wo parted ; MyMtMiEril old'manslon,"uow soon It's deserted; R...

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

b. S!SSmmmmmmsm,stsmsmstammmsmttsmks. RATES OP ADVERTISING.. 1 On square, three day ;.$1.M One squai , four days 1.25 One square, five days , 1.B0 One square, six days ,,..., 1,75 - One square, two weeks j.jj Oie square, thre weeks jjr O ic squarv, one month 4.00 Oae square, three months 10.60' Oie square, lli'mon'thi 1C.00 Oiesquate, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisement, fifty per cent." alJltlonal; once a week advertisement! charged is new for each Insertion. Inserted oly once, ten tents a line; Church and other notices, and want, twenty. five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a sqnare. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (tCKIUTil KXCIPTED,) On Si inf 'tnet, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE & CO. ,1 atttmal &r TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable, to the carriers. To rca'l subscribers, three dollar) and fifty, cents per annum, payable la advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 March 1861

sSlagggss sWSPrrft61 :--av3--s44 : Y '"Our publication office ti on Seventh street, adjoining Adannon rrnortical uepot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, March 14, 1861. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN'. This paper has now a circulation iu this city larger ttiau all the city papers combined, with the exception or one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. THE INAUGURAL. Copies of tho inaugural address, in pamphlet form, can bo had ut this office. Price, fifty cents per hundred. tvS" Tho Sonata yesterday confirmed the following nominations: George W. McLellan, of Massachusetts, to be Second Assistant Postmaster Geuernl. Dewitt C. Litllijohn, of New York, to be Consul to Liverpool, and Win. II. Vosey, of tho samu Stale, Consul to Aix-la Chapclle ; and Goorge Harrington, of the District of Colum bia, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Colonel Sumner was nominated as Brigadier General, iu tho place of General Twiggs, (stricken from the ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 March 1861

t A LOCAL NEWS. fc SwtEVaDE to Caul Senear. Last evening, a large number of our Gorman citizens, accom panied by Wagt.or's Band, serenaded Mr. Bcliurx at his nuartcn. the Oermatiia Hotel. After an op propriata air by the band, Mr. S. , in iue nts upprnrnnce, anu was auoresica m German by Mr. Daumgras. Mr. Schurz re plied in a few appropriate remarks. A bv Will; Hoi Wo are compelled to omit the speeches to- ' to day, but they will appear in full In, to-morrow's ' issue. Presextatiok. At a meeting of Company C, Washington Light Infantry; last evening, a committee of the Zouave Corps, through Lieu tenant Walter Benner, presented the corps with a handsomely engrossed set of resolutions, neatly framed. Captain Stevens, in a neat address, received the tiifk on the part of the Company? The resolutions are intended as a compliment to Company C, for the many acts of kindness rendered the Zouavo Corps. Tho concert ar.d dig presentation of the Washington Light Guard, which was to have taken pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 March 1861

Bi0 -i fcxwwnrwciw "in ' jttMwilKPKu''vU, . sssanaaas : I; l! I Uk I nIT VOOD AND COAI. CONSTANTLY" on hum), a n .istorlment the very licit qunlily of RED anil WHIT ASH COAL, of nil ', which we wl I dellvi to any part of die clt.v l tlio shortest notice an at moderate price ; 2,240 pounds to the ton l ftll CttflCJ Also, HICKORY, OAK, and PINK WOOD, I cord length, or sawed and split to any slie re quired. SHERIFF k DAWSON, South (Ide I'n av , bet. 3d and 4J ata and west aide 4 at. and the Cajal. mar 1 2w JENKINS'S IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PERSONS wishing to bare their dwellings or stores fitted up with these celebrated burn ers may leave their aldress nt 371 Sixth street, or by lcttr dropped In the post oClce, which will be promptly attended to. Satisfactory tests will bo made Irom m czper'mental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2w 371 Sjxtli street, near II. Millinery, .Fancy Goods Cheap. MR.C IIAMMERSCliLAG,432 SeTentli street, between 0. and II streets, keeps constan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 March 1861

RATES OF ADVERT-IsiNG. One square, three days. '..7..'.$1.00 One square, four days .1 1.2S One square, fire days ......... 1.80 One square, six days 1.75 Ono square, two weeks .....,....'.. 2.75 Oae square, three weeks 8.50 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 Oae square, six months 10.00 Oae square, one year 30.00 Eiery otbor day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; once a week odTertlsements charged as new for each insertion. Inserted oily once, ten cents a line. Church and, other notices, anil wants, twenty, fire cents for each' insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Sewnt liett, near H, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. D litres TEH MS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per atfbum, payable, In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 15,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 March 1861

UiniihSiMii,M i. sssssgsasia JaM-MST ' Tag? I' MT Oar publication odjco is on Seventh , treef, adjoining Adamsoti's periodical Depot, 'and opposite the General Poet Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, March 15, 1801. THE INAUGURAL. Copies of the inaugnrat address, in pamphlet form, can to had at this office. Price, fifty cenu per nunureo. . All tho accounts which reach us from Ten nessee are of a most cheering character. Se cession has no hold upon the sympathies of her people, and in no event will she desert thn stars nnd stripes. The following is an extract from a letter re ceived at this office, yesterday, from Kingston, Roane county, East Tennessee : "The Inaugaral gives general satisfaction in Tennessee. It is lookeu upon ns breathing proper sentimonts, firm nnd conservative. Ten nessee knows her duty. She knows her inter est, and she will faithfully perform tho one, and firmlr abide by and preserve the other." It is denied in official quarters that any un usual naval display ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 March 1861

5 I B LOCAL NEWS." TnC SeBENADK TU OjtRL Hcuunz AND Cab arcs M. Ci.ay. Ihe Girnian Republican As sociation, accompanied by Wnyner's fit e band, assembled in largo numbers at the Wigwam on Wedncidiy evening, nnd from thencu pro ceeded to the Oermama Hotel, on 0 street, for tho purpose of serenading Carl Schurz. Ar riving in front of the hotel, several airs wero played by the band, after which Mr. Schurz ap peared at on upper window, when he was ad dressed In the German language by Mr. P. Baurogrns, on the part of tho Association, who spoke us follows : REMARKS or MR. DACUORAS. Mr. Cai I Schurz: The German Republican Club honored mo with the appointment to ad dress you in behalf of its members on this oc casion. Although I regret that their choice fell upon ono so unequal to the present tusk In his power of speech, yet, with whatever power of expression I can command, 1 declare in the name ot all Germans here, thnt we cherish you with the highest esteem and admiration. In you wo rocog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 March 1861

.-ij!1X$WW5$ f"w'- rwssBmassjxasrrT sjy w Mi1 1', iapra WOOD ANJCOAL. CONSTANTLY on hand, a Urge assortment ol the very best quality of RED and WHITE ASH COAL, of all sizes, which we will dcllvei to an; part of the city at the shortest notice and at moderate pricei ; 3,240 rounds to the ton in all rules. Also, HICKOllY, OAK, and PINE WOOD, lr cord length, or sawed and split to any elio re quired. SHERIFF & DAWSON, South aide l'a. uv., lict. :id and 4 ata., and west aide 4 at. and tho Canal, mar 1 2w JENKINS'S IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PERSONS wishing to have thoir dwellings or stores fitted up with these celebrated burn ers' may leave their address at 371 Sixth street, or by letter dropped In the post office, which will he promptly attended to. Satisfactory tests will he made from an experimental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2w 371 Sixth alreet, near II. Millinery, Fancy Goods Cheap. MR.CU1AMMERSCHL.YG,432 Seventh street, between Q and II streets, keeps constant...

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