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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 December 1860

jmjmr ;; ii - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tho National RwroDLlfAV la published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and ia delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at threo dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. t& All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should bo addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANEAVCo., Washington, D. C. PUIJIilBHpRS' IfpEJQBr I Subscriptions, advertisement), and comma I nications, intended for this paper, inny Deleft at : Adamson't periodical store, on Seventh street, (opposite (he General Post Office, where copret of tho paper may , alto bo hod immediately alt its issue. . .- i o Advertisement1 should be' sent . in bfforfc twelve o'clock, M, otherwise thermay have to Hoover a day. v'' '' ' Communications npon all subjects, particu larly, with reference to pur cily affairs, wilt re ceive respectful attention. Vol. I. WASHI...

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 December 1860

NATftitfAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, December 8, 1860. t& If any of our subscribers fail to receive their papers regularly, we hope they will notify us of the fact without delay, that we may call thestttentlon cf the carrier to the neglect IS THERE TREASON IN HIGH PLACES? The Charleston Mercury of December 6tb, contain) an account of what it calls an " inter state celebration" of the fire-caters of Ham burg, (S. C.,) and Augusta, (Ga.,) on the 1st or December. la the course of this celebration, Senator Hammond, or rather, ex-Senator Hammond, of South Carolina, said : " The public property within the boundary of the seceding States must be seized upon ana claimed by them. This might cause some bloodshed, but he doubled it." Another speaker, Col. William Gregg, was more explicit, in this wise: "He ridiculed the idea that a war would arise from the secession of South Carolina. He felt confident that Government would not dare to place her hand upon her ( fur Mr. Buchanan is well aware t...

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. — 8 December 1860

Nawwi''W v v .snjr w v. LOCAL NEWS. Departure or the Putnam Phalanx. 1$ After their visit to the President's House, ves- leraay, me i'naianx wun me escort marcneu to the National Hotel, where the officers of the Light Infantry battalion dined with the mem bers of the visiting corps. The Music, nnder the leadership of Prof. Bcala, was stationed at the head of the table by direction of Quarter master Towers, and discoursed most excellent music, which received the most unbounded ap plants. It was their Intention to have paid a visit to the Capitol and other prominent points of In terest ) but this idea had to be abandoned, for want of time. Some of the members, however, visited the Capitol, very hastily, going through the principal parts of the building j others visit ed such of the public buildings as time and op portunity would admit of: and many remained at the hotel, receiving calls from their friends. Meanwhile, the Light Infantry battalion, with the Marine Band, and the National ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 December 1860

NATIONAfr 'BEPUBHCM. OniEP JUSTICE MARSHALL. 'Marshall was noted for extreme plainness or period and address, and a childlike simplicity of character. Ills carelessness of his personal attire, In early life particularly. la well known, and on one occasion, (as stated in the JAleraiy Messenger,) while travelling, occasioned his beirif refused admittance into a public house. On toe decision which we are now to relate, It caused htm the loss of a generous fee. Mar shall, when just rising on the professional lad der, was one morning strolling through the streets of Richmond, attired in a plain lineu roundabout and shorts, with his hat under his arm, from which he was eating cherries, when he stopped on the porch ot the Eagle Hotel, in dulged in some little pleasantry with the laud lord, and passed on. Mr. 1'., an elderly gen tleman from the country, theu present, who had a case coming on before the Court nf Appeals, Was referred by the landlord to Marshall, ns the less, languid air of t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1860

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The National REronLtcAH la published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) nt the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and ia delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at three, dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. t&" All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANE & Co., Washington, D. C. QSaBaiFal PUBLISHER' N,OTigES; Subscriptions, advertisements, and commu nications, intended for this paper, may be left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post .Office, whore copies of the paper may also be had immediately on its issue. Advertisements should be sent in before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may have to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. mmsat Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, December 10, 1860. ST" If any 'of onr subscribers fail to receire their gapers regularly, we hope they will notify us of the fact without (Ida;, that we may call the attention cf the carriers to the neglect INCENDIARY PAPERS THE BALTI MORE SUN. As no people are to profoundly interested in the preservation of tho Union as tho citizens of the District, they will bo prompt to exert their Influence tn all things, great and small, in pulling down disunion. And one measure of no small Importance, will be a withdrawal, by a concerted unanimity, of all patronage from disunion newspapers. We have one such published in the District itself, the Constitution, but as that has little circulation here, or anywhere else, it is beyond popular reach, and must be left to die with the orrupt administration which sustains it. The'Ballimoro Sun has a very large circula tion in the District, as many as five thousand. Our peapla, are justly incensed with its daily preaching of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1860

W LOCAL NEWS. religious. At the Capitol. Rev. T. H. Btocton, Chaplain of the House, preached from Ephesians, foarth chapter and fifth Terse: "Ono Lord, one faith, one baptiam." He alluded feolingtjr to the present agitated condition of the Union, and urged his hearers to look to Ood for help. We should adopt the language of Isaiah, "The Lord ts our shield." He will tare us. Most it be said that the Government of the United States, which has risen to such a glori ous position, most tumble to rain before our National Capitol is finished? Man cannot rightly govern himself. Under Ood, havo we not a judge, lawgiver, and king? The Supreme Court is our judge, Congress our lawgiver, and the President our King. After describing several empires of ancient and modern times, he asked, what are these, compared with the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ? Worldly territories may have their boundaries, bat the Spiritual empire needs no surveyor or mosbn to mark its boundaries. The cedars of the East...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. JOHN C. CAMIOUN'S VISION. Tho following most remarkable and singular story ni furnished for the Philadelphia Quaker City, in the winter of 1819-50, by its Washing ton correspondent, and was at the time quite genorally copied into the leading papers of the aajr A renewal of the exciting issues of that tirne.render the supernatural lessou particular ly appropriate ior to day. Head it, all you who would sever with unhallowed hands the sacred bonds that unite in peace and prosperi ty'all the God-given blessings that have descend id to us from former generations. Read it, nil you who would raise an unhallowed band to pluck a single star from our national escutch eon, or erase a single stripe from tho banner of the tree, iieaa it, an ye who deliberately nnu unblushingly lay plans for the dismemberment of all that the true American holds dear, aw' the true patriot cherishes as his blood-boughi birthright, and remember, that though that hand. may be palsied in this life...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1860

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The National HsrcnucAK is published orery afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and is delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at threo dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisement inserted at liberal rates. 6jr All communications, whether on busi ness or Tor publication, should bo addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANE & Co., Washington, D. C. ' PUBttSHEKSrNOTlCEg: , .7 T,!Bffr rrt ounscnpltons, advertisements, and comma' nications, intended for.this paper, maybe left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, Opposite (he General Post Office, when copies of the paper may also be had immediately on; its issue. Advertisements should be sent In befors) twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may have to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. attimal Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1860

' L ' ' Jl ' ' i'ihi mi"! if 'ruiri . .-, r . t. & J. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, December 11, 1860. If any of our subscribers fail to receive their papers regularly, we hope they will notify ua of the fact -without delay, that we may call the attention cf the carriers to the neglect. Mr. Codb. This gentleman has at length been forced, by public opinion, to resign the office of Secretary of the Treasury. An avowed co-operator In the work of breaking up the Government, he has only remained so long in office, at the cost of bringing the deepest seem dal upon the President. It is proper to add, that the work of purging the Cabinet is not yet completed. it is currently reported that the lion. James Guthrie, of Kentucky, has been tendered the Secretaryship of the Treasury. Another report says that Mr. Holt, the present Postmaster General, has been offered tho position. YESTERDAY IX THE SENATE. The debate in the Senate yesterday, devel oped many points of interest. Mr. King said tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1860

irrwrrv9 iwwiwM awiwrmn nyyFinremfiuaa.uumFWJitfimnrrwniPWMeri LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. A Spicy Time The $260 Military Appropria tion Hill A Muss. Board of Aldermen. Vico President Captain William W. Moore In the chair. Several hills were received from the Mayor, ! L L.J I -.1 !.-J t 1.1 I ' wuicu nau own Buoraiueu lur uis Cant. C. W. C. Dunnlncton Introduced a bill which he thought required Immediate action, and therefore moved that there be four-way fire plug! near Second street east and Pennsylvania nvenae. The bill, on its third reading, passed unanimously. Mr. Thomas J. Fisher introduced a bill au thorizing curb stones to be set in front of squares number one hundred and twenty-six and one hundred and sixty-three, which passed without discussion. Mr. Joseph F. Drown reported back a bill In reference to the collection of taxes in arrearage, which bill had been presented to the corpora tion attorney for his opinion ; and, after some amendments in accordance with such opinion, h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1860

mZm - -fir i-vr--. ii'1 NATIONAL RErirBLTCAN. For the National Republican. THE KIND OF EDUCATION NEEDED IN OUR COUNTRY. , continued. There Is a Browing conviction in tho minds of all the thinking, intolligcnVand high minded men of oor country, that the worker education must be more carefully and specially directed to the development and training of the mental and moral part of our being. This is empbat. '?.". money-making, money-loving, and materialising- age; when sordid selfishness tri-' nmpni over the better part of our natures, and can see nothing good in human efforts which iiouiiuk kuou m nnman etlorts which will not exalt the " mighty dollar." and provide will not exalt the " mighty dollar," and providi incre&npd fjipilitipa fnr ntitratnal aA .........l .-.. ification,sothatitis almost impossible to make the devotees of wealth, fashion, and luxury, see or feel that the intellectual and spiritual are of mOrfl lmtMlrtAnra tflftn itlA animal atirt ilia n. sual. With all the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 December 1860

-i-jj'tj j ! jjiEjrjgqjtyiywj TEEMS' r0P SUBSCRIPTION. The National TisrcnucAN lj published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and it delivered to city subscribers at aiz cent per week, mail subscribers at three dol lar! and fifty cent per annum, in advance. Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. Ji- All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANE & Co, Wtuing(on, D. O. 'Gl PUBLISHERS' NOTICES. Subscriptions, advertisements, and commu nications, intended Tor this paper, maybe left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite Ihe General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had Immediately on its issue. Advertisements should be sent in before twelve o'clock, M-, otherwise they may have to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our cily affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. afiociral rcmcait Yol. I....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 December 1860

lSmi m NATfONAL BErUBLIOATs1. Wednesday, December 12, 1800. t&m We shall on Monday next Issue this 'paper In the morning, instead of the afternoon, as at present. y Wo aro Induced to" do this from the fact that our subscription is so largely on the increase, that we find it Impossible to serve our subscri bers with the papers at a reasonable hour In the afternoon. In making this change we incur additional expense; but, as it will be tho only penny morning paper issued in this city, it will give It a very extensive circulation, and consequent. ly must command a large share of advertising patronage. t6F The National Republican has been published but a little over two weeks, and now has a circulation in this city larger than that of any other paper, with the exception of one, and Is Increasing each day. Mr. Bioler. The distress of this gentleman seems to be remediless. lie knows that the Democrats will give him no tariff, and he fears that If the Republicans give him one, it will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 December 1860

1JJ1.I T.'A ! JJ-U JJ '.l-U M ." JMJLW.W f1J"."Jl l'l'-U1 l ft LOCAL NEWS. NATIONAL CONVENTION OP UNION PRAYER MEETINGS. The third annual session of this association convened last evening at Trinity Church, (Rev. Dr. Butler's.) Kre the hour had arrived for the opening exercises, the capacious and elo gant audience-room was completely filld. Iter. Gardiner Spring, of New York, then read the hymn, commencing, " All hail the power of Jesus' name I Let angels prostrate fall," and the whole audience united in that interest ing part of public worship. After which, the vcnerablo Doctor offered a most fervent prayer, and then read the 102d Psalm. lie proceeded to remark, that the whole course of human events has hut one tendency to lead our minds to the living God. Whether in a re ligious assembly like this, or wherever duty urges us, we should look to him. Man's ex. tremity was God's opportunity. lie underval ued not the counsels of men, but the prayer of faith can avail much. Oar hope is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 December 1860

s I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE MAIL ROBBER. 1 rRAOUEXT OF EKOJ.ISII HISTORY. When the tyranny and bigotry of tho last James drove his subjecla to take up arms against him, one oi the most formid ible en emies to his usurpation was Sir George Coch ranc, a prominent actor in Argyle'a rebellion. Forages a destructive doom seemed to hang over the house of Campbell, enveloping in n common ruin all who united their fortunes to the cause of the chieftains. Tho same doom encompassed Sir John Cochrane. lie was surrounded by the King's troops long, bold, and desperate, was his resistance ; but at length, overpowered by numbers, he was taken prisoner, tried, and condemned to die upon the scaffold. He had but a few days to live, and the jai)cr only awaited tho arrival of his death warrant, to lead him forth to executhn. His family and relatives had visited him in prison, and exchanged with him the last, the lung, the heart-yearning farewell. But there was one who came not with the rest to receive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1860

,, j,n, i l in 'i i ' " II I " ' II " ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tho National RErunucAN la published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at tho corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and is delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at threo dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. tSF All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPIIANE & Co., Washington, D. C. PUBLISHERS' NOTICES. Subscriptions, advertisements, and commu nications, intended for this paper, may bet left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had immediately on its issue. Advertisements shoold be sent in before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may have to lio over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. flSfiSo-itkl mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1860

z.r?uai.. i- M I NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. Thursday, December 13, 1860. tT We (ball on Monday next issue this paper in tho morning, Instead of the afternoon, as at present. We are induced to do tliis from the fnct that our subscription is so largily on the increase, that we find-it Impossible to servo our subscri bers witb tbe paper nt a reasonable hour in th afternoon. In making this change wo incur additional expense; but, ns it will bo the only penny morning paper issued in this city, it will giro it a very extensive circulation, and consequent ly must command a largo share of advertising patronage. ' B6T" The National llcpublican has been published but a little over two week, and now f has a circulation in this city larger than that of any other paper, with tho exception of one, nnd it increasing each day. COTTON. The burden of Mr. Wigfall's speech in tho Senate yesterday, was the supremacy of cotton. With two hundred and fifty millions of exports, the cotton States, in his judgment, ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1860

vww LOCAL NEWS. NATIONAL CONVKNTION OF UNION PRAYER MEETIN08. SECOND SAT, IVKXIKO SESSION. The Convention assembled list evening, nc cording to adjournment, at Trinity Church. There was a largo and apparently earnest con eregatiou of delegate! and friends of Christain Union. The President, Mr. W. II. Fowle, on calling the Contention to order, read the hymn com. raencing, " From all that dwell below the sun," which was sung with zest after which; he read the fort; sixth Psalm, Iter. Mr. linger leading in prayer. The Chair appointed Messrs. linger, Sunder land, and Mr. Joreph Bradley, as a committeo to prepare an address to send forth throughout tho country to all the Prayer Meeting Associa tions. On motion, it was ordered that the reception of reports be the special business of the even ing. Mr. Hamlin, of Boston, gave a brief account of the rise ana progress ot tho Union Prayer Meetings In his city. They were first organ ized more than ten years ago, and are the parent of fifteen hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1860

' -Cn: .- ..i.i-. JlI -i i NATIONAL KEPUBLTCAN. DIRECT TAXATION. Mr. Hunter believes tht with the protection of such revenue tariff M the proposed South ern Confederacy will enact, manufactures In Virginia will bud and blossom like the rose. This delightful anticipation is incontinently knocked in the bead by Mr. Rust, of Arkansas, who says : "I take it (or granted, that if we have a purely Southern or slave labor Confederacy, wo will immediately inaugurate free trade in its unqualified sense. The people of the South are not to be alarmed at the sight of tho tax gatherer. It will not be difficult to convince the least enlightened among them that it will be infinitely better for them to pay ono dotlar directly than ten indirectly for tho support of any Government under which they may live." We remark in passing, that a preliminary test of the capacity and wiilingnem of certain people to pay direct taxes, might bo made in Arkansas, in the shape of a lax to pay the in terest on the deb...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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