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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 March 1861

'RATES OP ADVERTISiNdr THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (suitDira EXCEPTED,) On Benrnt'i ctrtet, Dear E, opposite the General Pott Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE CO. TERMS. To city subscribers itx and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall inbicrlben, three dollar! and fifty cent! per annum, payable In advance. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days. 1.25 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days 1.7 One square, two weeu ,.,. J.7 One square, three weeks. ..,.... 1.59 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 cent, additional; once a week advertisement! charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and want!, twenty flve cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or lass constitute a square. JIS Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1861. No. 102. PRICE ONE CENT. IMP...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 March 1861

1 rxe -r r-r t r. igy Oar publication ofiice ii on Seventh street, adjini!.s Adainsou's Periodical Depot, and oppositu the General Post Ofiice. NATIONAL HEPUBLICAN. Thursday, March 28, 1861. aTword TO BUSINESS MEN. Thi paper bas now a circulation in tliia city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. CONFIRMATIONS BY THK SENATE. LociusC. Chittenden, of Vermont, Register of the Treas ury. David K. Cartter, Minister to Bolivia. Frederick Hatsaurek, of Ohio, Miuister to Ecuador. William H. Corwin, Secretary of Legation to Mexico. George W. Van Horn, Consul at Marseilles. James Leslie, of Pennsylvania, Consul at Lyons. William II. Carpenter, Consul at Foo-Choo. R. W. ShufelJt, Consul General at Havana. Willie P. Mangum, jun., Consul at Ningpo. John D. Arnold, Consul at Odessa. T. II. Lawrence, Consul General at Flor ence. Mark Howard, Consul at Messina. Richard C. Parsons, of Ohio, Consul at Rio Jenei...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 March 1861

LOCAL NEWS. St. JosEru's Male OnriUN Asylum Work las already been resumed on this Institution, situated on I street, near St. Aloysius Church. The design of the building contemplates a structure fronting 110 feet on I street, and 40 feet deep ; but only one sectiou will be erected at present, which will be 40 feet square and four stories in height. TYe building will be finished ready for occupancy, It Is supposed, by September next. Gome Sooth. One of our " city fathers," who lately resigned his clerkship in one of the Departments here, has lately received a simi lar appointment at Montgomery, Alabama, and has started to take possession of his place. His wife, it is said, will not go with him, preferring rather to dwell with her kindred under the " Stars and Stripes " than to take her chances with the misguided husband of her youth. The Pitino Contracts ron 1861. The bids for the work of paving the streets of the city under the, orders of the Mayor and City Councils, to be done duri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 March 1861

swtejrwBxsracsrssss sixszrszszKssseissasss KSMSUt&lSBSEXZBSZz IMPORTANT NOTICE To Strangers tutting WaMngton. A VIEW of our National Capitol will be pre sented to every purchaser of Uooki, Sta tionery, 4c, from the well-known establishment of FRENCH k R1CHSTEIN, 278 Pa. a v., near the Kirkwood House, feb 28 tf Washington, D. 0. PIANO TUNING FOR ONE DOLLAR. By Amaxdcs Lksk, Late of W. C. Mtttcrotl't Muiie Store. Attention will be given to all orders which may be left at this oflice. mar 14 lm DR. W. J. CRAIGEN, DRUGGIST, OORXER Or SEVENTH AND I STREETS, Wathington, D. 0. Prescriptions carelully compounded at all hours, feb 10 Cm Oranges, Lemons, &c. I AM CONSTANTLY receiving by every new arrival a large supply of Oranges and Lem ons, which I am prepared to sill wholesale at a mall advance on cargo sale prices, and hare now In store, by late arrivals 250 Boxes Cringes und Lemons 2,000 Cocoa Nuts 4,000 Sweet Havana Oranges 12 Dunchcs Havana Bananas 150 Packages Figs and Ualslns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 March 1861

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY HORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Sevinii ttrctt, near E, oppoiltt the General Put Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE k CO. TEBN8. To city subscribers ill and a quarter cent! per week, payable to the carrier!. To mall inbicrlben, three dollar! and fifty cenU per annum, payable in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. r-.- One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days 1.35 One iqnare, five days 1.60 One iquare, six days 1,75 One square, two weeks 3.75 One iqnare, three weeks 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One iquare, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; once a week advertisement! charged ai new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. GSTatiaiml chute Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1861. No. 103. r " " s x . PRICE O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 March 1861

L'jjitiHu.iu-j)xiiw'ijj'jLSrjgCTii-VSBCCiL. tiawmm&m'iw'rimijwm's&jxr m mtr rvmm "'fcaf aW Our publication office !b on Seventh street, adjoiuiug Adauison's IVrinilioal Depot, and opposite the Geneial Poet Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, March 29, 1881. We would thank such of our friends ns can furnish us with a copy of yesterday's paper. ' The Senate to-day coufiruicd the follow ing nominations : George Q. Fogg, of New Hampshire, Minis ter Resident to Switzerland. Carl Shurz, of Wisconsin, Minister to Spain, vice Cassias M. Clay, declined. James S. Pike, of Maino, Minister Resident at the Hague. Cassias M. Clay, of Kentucky, Minister to Russia. Andrew B. Dickinson, of New York, Minis ter Resident nt Nicaragua. Robert M. Palmer, of Pennsylvania, Minis ter Resident at the Argentine Republic. James . Harvey, of Pennsylvania, Minis ter Resident at Portugal. James H. Trumbull, of New Jersey, Consul at Talcahuono. Benjamin F. Ishcrwood, of New York, En-gineer-in-Chiof of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 March 1861

mJESSSSSSmmmtmm LOXIAL MWS. -- - - Miitixo- or tut. Republican Associa tion. The' Republican Association held Its regular weekly meeting at the W'irwam last night, which was largely attended. In the ab encei of the President and both the Vice Presidents, Mr. A. 0. Richards was called to the chair. After the reading of the minutes, the fol lowing gentlemen wcro , elected members of the Association! W. B. Williamson, John Ma son, 0. Alexander, D. C. Hlckey, and P. Lu cas. The consideration of the election of Mr. J. Fisher, which had been Dostnoned from the preceding meeting, was further deferred until next Thursday night. It being announced thattbero were several Republicans from the city of Baltimore pres ent in the room, the Chair stated that this As sociation would be very glad to hear some thing from them. A brotherly feeling existed between them. The Republicans o( both cities knew what it was to acknowledge that they wero such. Mr. Forrest, of Baltimore, In response, re marked t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 March 1861

"H3firf "vrmi Iv IMPORTANT NOTICE Jb Stronger! rMtiug IfaMngton. A VIEW of our National Capitol will be pre tented to every purthaserof tluoks, Sta tionery, Ac, from the well-known establishment of FRENCH A RICIlSTKIN, ITS Pit. av.,near the Klrkwood House, feb 26 tf Washington, P. 0- PIANO TUNING FOR ONE DOLLAR. Br Amandus Lbnk, Late 0 W. C. Met:entl't Muric Store. Attention will be given to all ord-rs which may be left at thli office. ntr 14 lm DR. W. J. CRAIGEN, DRUGGIST, OORNEB OF SEVENTH, AND I STREETS, Wtuhmgton, D. 0. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours, feb 16 Cm Oranges, Lemons, &o. I AM CONSTANTLY receiving by every new arrtral a Urge supply of Oranges and Lem ona, which I am prepared to sell wholesale at a amall advance on cargo sale prices, and hare now In store, by Into arrivals 350 Boxes Oranges and Lemons 2,000 Oocoa Nuts 4,000 Sweet Havana Oranges 13 Bunches Havana Bananas 1B0 Packages Figs and Raisins, kz. Also Candies, French Confectionary Foreign Nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 March 1861

& THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, 'ZC RltESDP'XDVERTTfSlNft. One square, three day.....t;-;..;;.!..UAi...91.ov One (quart, four day. ....... .mmit US One squara, Are days .'. l.M One square, lb day .'..tr.:.!.....;.. 1.75 On square, two weeks ...?. whiih 3.T6 One square, three week. ,......,.... l.M On Oar,'oee toon tb.......'.J...i.J..( ,..!... 4.0 One aquare, three month .....,, 10.00 On squara, ill monthi 16.00 One square, one year..., 30.00 Every other day adrertliementi, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisement charged ae new for each Insertion. InierUd only once, ten cent a line, a Church and other notice, and want, twenty fire cent for each intertion. . . t Ten line or leu conitltute a square. v IS Published ' EVERY MORNING, (sweats ixcipiid,) On StiBt tttttt, near R, opposite the General Pott Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE ft CO. TERMS. To city inbicrlben tlx and a quarter centi pet week, payable to the carrier. ' To mall inbicrlben, three dollars and fifty cents per a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 March 1861

mmmmm i i i. i . . i ' . - : - - 1 eg f J90ar publication omceii on BOvenin street, adjoining Adanison'e Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Ofllcj. NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN. i . Saturday, March 30, 1861. turx' A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper haa now a circulation in this citv larger than all the city papera combined, with" the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. Florida. This State, fraudulently admitted into the Union in 1845, has upon on area of 9,268 squaro miles, according to the census of 1860, as follows: Free persons 78,686 Slaves 01,753 140,439 Florida is said to have " seceded," but as no action of that kind has been submitted to a popular vote, and the Convention which passed the ordinance of secession, was elected upon o short a notice, that the presumption that it represented the popular will, Is exceedingly light. But even if this population of 78,686 free persons, a mere handful, were ns unanimous, i they are known to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 March 1861

' "UJt!"-a,.irj!',t?tu"i"t- n".'1.'-" nww If w jl wlyy'f 'f.mjjl I'inwJiiiw'IfcUiiMiUMMIjiiiJiJIiwwwnMtww nw u,H,u "i."SijlWJ""J"1 rxr .1& C?C " iC 4ii"ir viiaf . Another Mcetiko or TMPiTniroK tub Indians. A second meeting of thote sympa thizing in tho misfortunes 6t the red men was helcl. last. evening at Odd Felloes' Hall. The 'atteodaucewas mucbjarger than al tho revi- . 'jSm "meeting, the Urge ball being well filled, v the ladies,' as uiual, attesting their 'interest in the cause by being present in large lumbers. VThe meeting was addressed nt considerable )ength by the venerable John Beeson, who re marked that this was a cause'ln which all sec tions, both North' and South, conld well sympa thize. It appealed to the heart of the philanthropy !c tho world over. He believed the American people wanted to do justice to the Indians, and, had only been restrained from it by the seem ins difficulties in the way. There was a remedy for it) and when'that remedy should be seized hold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 March 1861

k V 1 1 To iSirdngeriiUilingWattitylon. A VIEW of onr Ns-tlonal Capitol will be pre tented to every purchaser of Books, Sta tioner. Ac, from the well-known establishment of FRENOn & KICUSTEIN, 278 Pa. ar., near the Klrkwood House, feb 26 tf Washington, D. 0. PIANO TUNING TOH ONE DOLLAR. Br Amamjuh l.LSk, Lalt of V, C. Jfetitrotti Muiie Store. Attention will be clven to all ordrs which may be left at this office. mar 14 Ira DR. W. J. CRA.IQEN, DRUGGIST, UORJJLB OF SEYESTH AND I 8TREEW, Wathmgton, D, C. Prescriptions caretutty compounded at all hours. feb 16 6m m ' i Oranges, Lemons, &o. I'AU CONSTANTLY receiving by every new arrival a large supply of Oranges and Lem ou, which 1 am prepared to sell wholesale at a small advance on cargo sale prices, and have now in store, by late arrivals 250 Boxes Oranges and Lemon 2,000 Cocoa Nuts 4,000 Sweet Havana Oranges 12 Bunches Havana Bananas 130 Packages Figs and Raisins, ic. Also Candles, French Confectionary Foreign Nuts, Fresh Teas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 April 1861

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEET HORNING, (Sundays exckttkd,) On Small street, near E, opposite the General Pott Office, by .LEWIS CLEPHANE A CO. TERMS. To city labicriben ilx and a quarter cents per weak, payable to the carrier). To mall inbicribera, three dollars and fifty centa per annum, payable in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days 1J5 One square, fire days .?.. 1.B0 One square, stxdays ... 1.15 One square, two weeks 2.T5 One square, three weeks 3.S0 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.60 One square, six months 16 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each insertion. Inserted only once, ten centa a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. 3&SiriM wnnforc Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1861. No. 105. PRICE ONE CEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 April 1861

W Oar publication fcffice li on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson'a Periodical Depot, end opposite the General Poit Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, April 1, 1881. MS" It li itated that Mr. Whittlesey accepti the First Comptrollership tendered to him bj lh Secretary of the Treasury. AThe Washington correspondent of the Richmond Enquirer ascribes the recent at tempted revolt la the penitentiary to the fact that the convicts learned that " they were about to be tramerred to the keeping of a Black Republican warden." United States Treasury. From the state ment of the Treasurer of the United States, it appears that on the 23th ultimo thre was a balance remaining in the Treasury to his credit of $2,764,691.04. The receipts for the week ending on the 25th amouuted to $393,790.42, and the payments ."or the same time reached $852,717.27. Dominica. The Republic of this name oc- cupies the eastern end of the island, of which the western part is known as Uayti. It occu pies two-thirds of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 April 1861

"SET .?tTTi . t nr-riTu - "ZM1 - 1J-- LOCAL NEWS. RtCEFTlox. Mrs. Lincoln bad a reception on Saturday, from 2 tn 4 1. M., which was welt attended. We learn that these receptions will be continncd on each Baturda,,nt the same houri, until the cflraincnceraeut of the open-air concert by the Marine Band in the Capitol and President's grounds See the programme, in another column, for the great concert of the Mozart Society, to take place at Willards' Hall on Wednesday evening. It will, no doubt, be a rich treat for all lovers of good music such a one m we may not have again for a long time. The Ball To-night. Both halls of the In fantry Armory have been beautifully decorated for the ball which cornea off to-night, mid two bands of music bavo been engaged for the oc casion. To all who desire to spend a pleasant evening, we would say, do not fail to attend the Easter ball of the Washington Light Infantry. Easter. Yesterday, the Catholic and Epis copal churches threw aside their habiliment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 April 1861

.u m iii mmmi f BOARDING. GOOD Boarding, with or without roomi, can be had on accommodating terms by apply ing at No. 423 Duff Green's row, Capitol Hill. mar 27 tf BOARDING, By the Day, Wtek, or Month, with or without Room). MRS. H. A. MILLS, having taken and Stted up, In handsome style, that large and pleaeant house, No. 904 Pennsylvania avenue, third door east or Third street, between the St. Charlea Hotel and Adams's Express Office, near the Capitol and railroad depot, Is now prepared to accommodate Translxnt or Permanent Quests with pleasant rooms, with or without Board, nor 26 IMPORTANT NOTICE 7b Strangers visiting Washington. A VIEW of our National Capitol will be pre sented to erery purchaser of Books, Sta tionery, 4c, from the well-known establishment of FRENCH 4 RICHSTE1N, 278 Pa. av., near the Klrkwood House, fob 20 tf Washington, D. 0. PIANO TONING FOR ONE DOLLAR. Hy Amaxdcs Lent, Lalt of TF. C. MtUcrolt's Music Store. Attention will be given to all orders which may be le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1861

- JW- W'.. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SBXDAYS KXCKriKB,) On Seventh street, near K, opposite the General Foil Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers tlz and a quarter cent! pet week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscriber!, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In adrance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.06 One square, four days 1.15 One square, fire days 1.50 One square, six days l.ja One square, two weeks a.T5 One sqnare, three weeks J.BO One square, one month 4.00 One square, tbreo months , 10.00 One square, six months 10.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day adTertlsements, fifty per cent 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. 3&tio'imI Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1861. No. 106. r n s ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1861

' Our publication office is on Seventh street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, April 2, 1861. )Sf We are requested to announce, that hereafter the President will receive no visits on business, except between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M. J9" See our telegraphic dispatches for the latest news from the Connecticut election. So far as heard from, the Administration has been triumphantly sustained. 19-It is reported that the Secretary of the Treasury has ordered all the vessels seized at New York, for having clearauces from officers in ports of seceded States, to be released, and the fines incurred to be remitted. There is no conrt in any civilized country, which would en force fines in such cases. Where the entry of vessels into ports is lawful, their clearance with papers from the officials actually in authority cannot be unlawful. If the United Slates do not enforce their jurisdiction in Cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1861

LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board op Aldermen, This Board met last night, and the following communications from the Major were received : The nomination of John B. Williams as commissioner of the northern market, in place of James S. Holland, resigned. Also, the nomination of Samuel Drnry as police magistrate for the fifth ward. Also, 'the approval of an act passed on the 30th ult., for the protection of holders of prop erty sold for taxes. Also: an act to amend an act entitled, An actauthorizing certificates of indebtedness to be issued by the corporation, approved Janu ary 2, 1861. Also, an act making an appropriation for certain expenses incurred in the distribution of Potomac water. The joint resolution which proposes to re lieve F. S. Walsh was reported back with an amendment, and adopted as amended. A bill was introduced, making an appropria tion of one hundred and five dollars, for cer tain expenses at the pipe yard ; which passed. A bill waa'introduced, authorizing the erec t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 April 1861

THE LATEST NEWS I JUST received, dlnct from the manufacturers, the molt varied and complete assortment of Gentlemen's, Ladles', aud Children's Boots, Shoes, &e., we ever ottered In this city. Many of the abore goods cannot be surpassed anywhere for durability, style, and neatnen. We will always keep tbe following makes of shoes : B. Russell's, Baltimore, MJ , Gents' work Levi, Perry, k Co.'a Baltimore, MJ., Ladles' work Dlckermon, Stratton, and Mollneanx'i, Phtladel- fhla, Ladlei, Mlnei, and Children's work, t li impossible for 70a to get better wearing or fitting goodi by tearing your meunrei and hating them madx to order. We hare several caiei of Ladlei and Mlsiei' cheaper than we erer offered before : 420 pain Ladlei' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.25 420 do do Linen-Hoed Heel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Mlnei' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 87 cents 460 do Men's Lined and Bonnd Shoes, 76 cents Men's and Boys' Bats and Caps In great variety. We cordially Invite all those who are In search of g...

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