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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 21 November 1862

wgiiiiiaii m .llHHrAidJJ. HL t RATE OV ADVSSRTIaYlia. One square, three dajs ..... 11.00 One squire, four flays ' L -,- "- 1.25 One square, fire days'- -.'.. 1.50 One sqaare, six day ---...- 1,7$ . Krery other day advertisements, dfty per eent. additional. ' Once a week BdrerttsemenM charged as new jc-r each Insertion. Klcht Use. or less constltnt. a sqnar. , AdrertUementa should b. handed In by nine ockp.m. , Ry I.I ! Tine baiitjutiohau kepvhican It published every morning (Sunday excepted) by W. J. MtJBTion A Co., and U tarnished to city subscribers (by, carriers) at 88 cent per month. c Mall subscribers, CS.B0 per eunumi $3 for li months, and II for, three month, Invaria bly In advance. - Single coptee, 2 cenU.t At- TTTT n vol. -n. WABINQTON, T). Q., ffRIDAffi; NOVEMBER 21, 18feg;,, NO. 308. T..u.f t mm4mthmmkmtmikiaii it iiaiwn i. r j ; rit::'ii- - I I i'Vitf' n lit Atffit ' T '.Hf ... t.Mi , TV'iTT Kf1!1'!1! -. - . '-- ....., -.-,- -.,...- if J ' "taW-xW I AcSj Vim . ! j rrr rr...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 21 November 1862

WAHIIQTOJ, D. C.l W.IDAT. ,. - . .NOV. 81,808, T THEY DREAD TO HAVS TUB COTTON TATatt) ATTACKED, i, ,flii The New York Erprm .aye tht the Baltl, more' American agree., with on) of .he Ya!M ilnglon corre.por.aenu, inai i "It It belter to cutoff the held of the re bellion (Rlehmona) than to merely enppio its 'extremities and by the taking or Richmond and the dntnctlon of the rebellion, organiza tion which keep, their armlea In the tin, the whole Infernal coniplracj wonld InerlLbly collaoae kt once. Texas sharing In the paralysis which wonld follow. The nation haa neyer" been aatufled with the rcanllt gained by the magnificent expedition to Hilton Head, cnlmln atlng n little rite than experlmenta for estab liitalng expenilre negro corrali, nnder the an perrlslon of rnn-mad philanthropists: and much aa the reunite of the Bnmalde expedition an other frightfully costly experiment haa been landed, the aame force combined with othera In an attack on Richmond, would haTe produced results whi...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 21 November 1862

U- tQOABOTWS. . AMMantb ' BiatriT, abu Last Niobt iut out, of Mr. Goul- -dock and thajxipularyoung actress, Mite CouU I dock. .Both of these, favorite pe rfcrmers, In two great pieces, Including the pent play that coat l,S00, entitled Mxh, Advocate's Last Oiue." Mr. Couldock In th legal character of the Advocate, Antolne de Vernet Mlis Couldock Madame La .Hoes, Thefreatdramatlosuocessof tho "Chimney Uirocr, or a Story of Hearts ul Homes," will also Mrrpreseated airland Miss Couldoak aa peter Probity and Craet Entry. IA great Saturday night kill; for the benefit of Mr. BUnd. At wp have announced that the Opera li eonilng, wo now In (oral our render! that the Open will In- augurai. hi a.aaoaat rora'a theatre, on Monday night. Mill Rlchlnga, Mr. Rlchlngt, Mr.'Dunn,and a run company, wnn cnorui, ballet, ana Insreated orcheitra, will all combine their artletlo efforti to plant the Optra Irmly ai an Institution among ui, Ntxoa'e WsjninaTOn Thiatmv Wo wuh to call particular attention of ou...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 21 November 1862

H OKN.lVaJIJg'B.BUAOaCT0OFlv J VT ban aires)' paMlen Mil terount orthe flght dtkrtltej WoSf1,'1 W8 pdbtlsh this second cciil'SinVV Inpioie the public wlllrol- IsheU tie details of this 8rt trial tn ,thlt war of the fighting qualities of the negro on' lend t Correepcr&deaoeof the Kansas state Aureal. Mocxd Crrr, Linn Count)-, November J, 1802. , 'Dnrlrif; 'ho past few weeks reports' were o. casionallr reaching this place thata rebel force were or had gathered tn an Island In the Marias dea Cjguti rlrer, about twCutjmllMcaitofoi, and aouie eight mile from the State line In Mlt. ' srmrl. Rttmotere reaching ulthat bur town was In danger, unless' thcr were dislodged pr driren awaj, and that Mound City would toon share the aame fata ofOlathc and Bhawnectown. . picket guards were kept out every night by our cltliens, and thefts, robberies, and murders were almost nightly taking place along the line, the horses of Union men,taken and the provision, clothing, and Iwddlng, taken from thei...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 22 November 1862

rr "" m . . raaaas , r i e mb bbbbbbi Basal '. iiiiiiiniM mmmeimmivi iiimiwi.imi . mii iBw.iHii.c;ircnMrc.iT..-i mwwwih m..,.... ,. . nji n).Mi iamfJfc- .MtlftUn.. i- ,, iir.iir- .trtii' - n . ..r .n ..r..i T " T -,1, ." -j ff " "- s "T Bmw.SBBliVBBWBJS --), twBmaef- i III -THE DAII.Y RATIONAL REPUBLICAN I published eT7 morning (BundsvB excepted) bj W. J. Mention & Co., and It rurnltbed to city subscribers (by carrier) at S3 cent per month. Mill subscribers, f 3.80 per annum $3 for Is month, and II for three months, Invaria bly In sdranee. Single copies, 3 cenli, Tor the NsUoaal Republican. Baltimore and Ohio nallroa4 aaiil Ita Branches, Wo haTO had frequent occasion to call atten. tlon to thlt great and Important thoroughfare and Ita management during the rebellion, bnt nearer moro than at tho present time. lTere wo are, In the tamo predicament we were one jrear ago, with tho road rendered Imputable, and the great West and Northwest deprlrod of the means of transporting their I...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 22 November 1862

, mtw . . . ... i ... .r a j WAIII!OTO!, D, C.I BATDBDAT, -" N0V,l3,lto KXHTUCKT POLITICS. We copy lo-4y, bn oar outside, an article from Prentice' loulMllle Jmrnat, ihe, lime paper which denounced President Lincoln's proclamation of April, 1S01. colling out 78,000 men, at mad and wicked. The Journal Is Ihe organ of certain polltlclana In Kentucky, who haTe iTnce"ffectc4Toberor"1he Union, hut with an Infinite numoerofqaallBcations and condition!. They are In open alliance with the Wooda and Van Burena of New York, and It la not without significance that Ihe article of Ihe Journal which we coyy to-day, speaka or Ihe rebela aa "our Southern frlcnda." The reader will not fall to obaerre that all thla outbreak of aplte and fury on the part of the Journal, la not on accout of anything done, or threa(ened to be done, In the State or Ken tncky. It la Indignant at aomdhlng which It Impending orer the rebela of Louisiana and Mltslstlppl. It la tympathetlc In behalf of men who are waging dead...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 22 November 1862

fit ia-ef?tr'jK- u aUfritfg arft retotaewa -" . ,- T " - '"" - " '"" " "TT. " - - ""- -- - - --V?2lXMTMM-lIiw1Ml('itXiXZ.V Tr ,v i I' I I i I i i; . ;u iJ i ' i ' ; LOCAL ,-OTWS., . . ' AMummli,! 1 . Nixon Wliiit motor Thcatbe. This evening Cuba appears tn another new rotethat of Narr a tnattah In Madame Celeste's beautiful drama of the M Wept of the WUMon-wlih." The performance will conclude with "Jack Iheppard," the gay end gallant hero being personated by two penona. In the first and seoond acts by the lord? Fanny Drown, nod the, laat act by Mr. J W. Albaugh.. Certainly a very strong attraction for on night. Gnor t r'i Tu eatbk. ".W &wpjMrrf." To-olht Mitt Lucille Western will appear in her own pecu liar veraton or M Jack Shtppard," by the request of alargenumbfrbf admirers, who were unable to gain admission on the occasion of Its last produc tion, Mr. fletehell, the comedian, will appear aa Blueakln. The management are bually preparing Madame Celeste's drama of "Luelfen or, ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 22 November 1862

A Cow federate Aoocmat oftk Rattle of . .-" Th Richmond porrtipondent of the London Timet Mti I . The raofulnr of th8 17th found General Lee strongly potted, but with no more than 45,000 men when the battle commenced. Toroncethe Federal oaxwrt. which are In the habit orreprc- s ent I off that their armies are but handifol of men lighting apalnst overwhelming1 hordes of rcoeis, ao no ciaim ibbi incir autou mwr; wm won against superior cumbers or their op ponents. How gwat th disparity waa at the commencement of the battle wai probably known to Gent McClellan. It la bcllcTed by President Davis, whose calm and dispassionate opinion will command more respect In England than the rhapsodies of the Federals, that the Southerners were outnumbered more than three to one. At noon tho ubiquitous Jackson threw him self and his dlrlslon (possibly 12,000 men) npon the right wing of the Federals. He had pre viously forced the garrison of Harper's Ferry to surrender to a man, taking all their arms,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 24 November 1862

iMi i '-inr'f M ,! lH. X i it ,t it- i if fa lt tin i. 'mtftrnw i- 1 1 TIIK 0AUVT If aWtOVAI. REPCBUCAB " It published .Ttrj morning (8on4ti itccptrtV RATKR OH .ADVURTIHtNCI. On. Kta.ro, Urn daTs . . . . i M On. sqaare, Tour days -... 1.2A Onasqaaro, fiiodsjs - ...... l.SO On. sunarc, six flays "- - - . - v1.73' ETerr other- day .drntlsemenU, dfly per cent, additional. One. a week adrrrtlaementa charged as new for each Insertion. ' ' Eight lines or lest constltsla sqaare. ' Advertisements should bo handed In by nine o'clock p. rn. - by XT, J. MOTlTlod & Co., and la furnished to city subscribers (by carrlert) at 29 centa per month. Mall subscribers, 13.(50 per annnmi $3 for lx months, and II for three months, Inrarla My In advance. ' Single copies, 3 cents. ' WASHINGTON, D. C-., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1862. : VOL. TJ. NO. 310. . iCtt")liM'iit(lVi' J Jl I'tO mftmm ItaMwifam. AM I "' I1 1 I 11 i vJH-r-t V t T From the Co.ttnruial Monthly. UN nuAau, iiT oiin a, wicour, ESQ. In the Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 24 November 1862

.J"? Pxtttixl pfttjto. IVAlHIlfOTOS, D. C.l MONDAT NOV, 84. 1862 rtQW KKVUJimimHtCTIIlN 1 TO BE AVOIDED. . If servile Insurrections can bo Molded at all, as a consequence of a civil war carried on In th pnsenc of tlaves, It will be by the IrgUls llon of Congress, by tha proclamation of the Prt.ldf.nl, and by tho proper conduct In obedl rnce thereto of onr generals In tha Held. The negroes who are offered liberty by legal methods, who are guaranteed In Hi possession by the supreme national authority, and who are pro vided (temporarily) with tha means of subsls tence In military employment and under mili tary surveillance, will bare no temptation to recover their freedom by violence and blood ihed. Servile Insurrection Is presented Instead of being lncl'ed by tha Prealdent 'a proclama tion, or by the legislation of which that prods Hon wat the logical supplement and enlarge ment. It It became the negroea are patiently awaiting the advent of our armies and the ap proach of the first da...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 24 November 1862

"ri IcVVi (V sMa xm& Gurtren'i Tn t ATMIvr,. ffVrfmt- Lwtfer,' n4 " rmf ne Me Mrf v.Thf engagement of Mies Liiclllehaibeen a most remarkable 6ne, and (natip porting the joung lJy so unUersall), the piiblle hate displayed thatcrltlMl taste which we hat tier contended belonged to this iwople,- In tli trueacaaeof the word, Miss Lucille Is an actress whole superior (Id Able versatility Is not to be found on tho Atuer lean stage At the present day. In tragedy she li sublime, In comedy brilliant,)!. cmmediettaorpantomW.daahliiff, vivacious, and witty He acting, whether tn tragedy, drnr, or comedy, It ft display of a native genius, the power of which n only be Appreciated by belnf witness ed. In private life the U retired, though sociable, and whether on the stage or off, she 'commands re epect and compels admiration. 'Mr. L. P, psrrettwho li aha performing At thU fashionable resort, U a gentleman and An actor ) la both tespecla essentially to. Hit position In Philadelphia, to which ci...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 24 November 1862

gPEOIAJDyQJMOE DR. M. TKUJTTS PHrata Hospital, In thi Federal Block, comer of Bemttb, and ? streets, oppoelte the Poet and Patent OfflcM. Room, 83 and M, op stairs, Washington, D. C. All disease, br prints niWe treated In ihe moit ctantllo manner, and radical cures ef fect! -In all case. SYPHILITIC AFPEC- TIONS, OOffORRIKEA, OLEET, STRICT. URES, SEMINAL yVEAKNESS, or the resoli of T0LVTTUOU3 'DREAMS, or any weak. oni of the GENERATIVE OROANStnm any cania whatever, or how lonr standing, thor oughly and radically- cured also OOUT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other cnR0Ni0DisEA8BsmifESVES, xus. OLES, BONES and VOINTSi SCROFULA, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on the ZLVBSni BOOT, and ell other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the BLOOD, from teAafrer wt ISqi may hart arUen, AKFLtOTED AND'UNFORrUNATKl No matter what your disease, let no false del Icacy prevent yon from applying Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who ia acknowledged to he by far the most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In the treatment of...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 25 November 1862

i a- i II' ' t lis. I W K Wx i J r iii .. TUB DAILT BTATIOHAI, UBPUfJCA Is published t7 morning (Sundays excepted) by Wi J. MratAoa &'Co and, It fumlhed lo city inUcrlben (bjr carrier) t S8 cent per month. , ,' Mall nbtcrlben. $3.80 per annumi' i fbr ill month, and tl tat three month, Inrarla- Wjr In ndranc. Single rople,'! tent.' EDITORIAL CniTIdCES yb. MILITARY "REPORTS. ' It la a point Terr eatllt een. that the Innlor of the tfatlopai Intelligencer) a gentleman of ram critical aetunen and profound military knowledge. Tbe recondite display of hla eru dition on the topic are truly wonderful. Take Mm fir all U all', We ne'er thall look upon Ma Ilka again." In the taana of -(bat paper of.fJaturdayjiast true to the Instinct of IU antecodenU, rather to eotertilhlthi'pwplelaa to what baa been than to Instruct' lhemaa'lo whet It to be It f gain takes up the Harpcr'a Ferry report, and treate IU corporal') guard of reader to nearly three mortal cotumna oft running commentary, for) the'...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 25 November 1862

WWWAJWflMWfc'Jtf 3tf(NwtaMfcrtplrtw04JWNiWMw amm twm si tern V DMtop rpntjlican. WASHINGTON, D. C.i TUESDAT .NOV. 25. 1902. . . -- - THE POSITION. The Fredericksburg JTeroXd of Friday states tht the Potonuc Is fall of transports, and that Gen. Bnrnslde'j probable Intention la, to n bark Ma arm j at A qui a Creek, and assail Rich mond by the way of York or James rlrer. The Richmond papen of Saturday credit this Intelli gence of the Fredericksburg Herald, and adopt Its Ideaa. These speculations of the rebels will pass for what they are worth. , The pro-alarery men In ew York cily are getting up a memorial to the President, calling upon him to postpone all other moTements to the grtot object of cruahing Gen, Leet army! This means that they tremble at the advance of the Union armies Into the cotton Btates, where effective blows can be struck at the rebellion. The country understand what this cry from certain new quarters of, "On to Richmond" means, No curer, says the old Spanish proverb...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 25 November 1862

- ' Irl Is ' K fmmmimmmtm LOCM1i,NEWS..tV Nlina'ltfi.... .......... n. S.Xtl'7' eeiirul drama of Wept b.vlk WlarMan-Wlih" wai pliyedaMln, before large er.,1 faihloniMe auaiencealthli houte lait erenliyr. Cubaaeppeara e Narremattaii, od II hlghrr euceeetful In lh part. Thli erenlaa: It will tx performed for rati tlrclf the lHt time. ' Colurabui," one of Broujhl m'l happieit etlbrta, will kin bepreteated forth ecoad time. It wti produced Uit nljht for th nrit time, ud u reoelred with thoutt of ligh ter and epplttiie. Cubu ppen during the pleo and eaeeotet one of her celebrated r.irdih Bane, rono'i TiitAlmt. Fetfeet Amrn. frd'l Theatre, letteienlnftwaithe gay and 'eitlveieea ofbeiutraodtaihlon. Tlie houte wa a perfeet Jau The open tuned th moit tutldloni. All th ladle were preeent Mlit Cuollne niching. repreieated,the part of Stella la her uiualpleaelnf trie. Defer, eurlelted with Ueatrleale, the opera la pleating change. Let all our people of refined teate we Mitt Caroline and Mr. Pet...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 25 November 1862

1 1 "U gygOTATgrO TTO 12V DR. M: TGLtNT'S TrWata rfolpltsl, In tUe Federal Block, corner ofttereaib and F streets, opposite too Foat and Patent, Offices. Room! 23 and 24, np stairs, Washington, D. C. All diseases bf a private nature treated Inlhe mtut eclentlflo manner, and radical curct ef fected In all cam. srpmtlTIO AFFEC TIONS, ooxosnmBAf gleet, STRICT URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or (he result of TOLUFTUOUSDRKAiL, or any weak ox of the OENERATI7E ORGANS from anjr cant whatever, or 'bow lonf (landing, thor ooghlj and radically, rnred) alto OOUT, RBEUitATISM, NEURALGIA, and other CBRONIC DISEASES oWtit NER TES, JIUS OLES, RONES and jdlNTS, SCROFULA, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on Iht LIMBS mi .BODf.kndall other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and ' DISEASES of the BLOOD, from ieKttntr cituh thty may fiat artten, akkMui-kd ANjt ja"POttrOTi: No matter rhat yonr disease, let no. false del leacy prevent you from applying Immediately loDr. Velio, "who it acknowledged to be by far'fche moslBnCCESBFU...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 26 November 1862

bt . .-JJ J'J iLJUfc.i.v r JV ' "y .- KU-a IV- "f-. s V j . . mi - IgtetisHal cjiHiIi(Jis. i i THBBAttY NitlONAl, RKPVH.1CAH tf t Ii published etery morning (Bnnd.ja excepted) by W. J. MoTiaa A Co., ullt famished ,16 cliy'tubicrtberi (by carriers) t S call per month. Man subscribers, M.M pr annum ) M for IX inonUuirid II for thrw mont&t, InnrU bly In ndrance.- Single copies, 8 cenU. BATE OV ADVERTIIfliai One iqnare, three day. . j. $1.00 On. sqnaYe, fbor daya ...... 1J One tqnare, Are dart ....... 1.00 One square, six days --...'.. 1.75 Every other day Oertrsements, fifty per cent, additional. 1 Once . week .drcrUaantnU charged as new. for each Insertion. I ' Eight Unea or lets constitute a aqoare. Advertisements should be handed la by nine' o'clock p. mv m ; m WASHINGTONftL;C. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1862. VOL. II, NO. 312. ffliif ':$$& MqdMtm. ' i V r-i: m UNtOiniTI IM ALABAMA. - "The Atlanta (Georgia) fti(Wir has been Informed that tho cltltena of llantsTllle, Alabama; la...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 26 November 1862

u- wimmjm.r t. Afvl-iint9t 'i 4:!- I iii i -"" T f I WAMIIIfUTOX, D. C.l TVEDNESDA.T MOV. , 18(13. THE POSITION. The Indications art lh,t " Intend to resist tha passage of Ilia Rappahaabock at Frtdtrlckibnrg bj oar army, without regard 10 the destruction of that ancltnt city, which anch resistance raaj InTolre. The topography I j ald to ba farorabl. to disputing tba passage or tba rlrer at that particular point, and onr forces maj ba obliged either to pais at aome other point, or to wait for tba erection of new works to force a passage at Fredericksburg Two causes of delay are, howerer, no worse thsn one, where either of them would be tie clsWe, and If our army could not more upon Richmond until the railroad from Aqula Creek to Fredericksburg is completed, It Is of no ton sequence, unM thst work Is done, that tba crossing of the Rappahannock Is obstructed. Our army at Falmouth, opposite Fredericks burg, Is now supplied by 'teams from Aqula Creek, and from Bella Plain, the last dista...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 26 November 1862

H W ' LO0AL NEWS. AMMctttnlij t ' V Voiiba'iTil4IC '.'flf AnrM'-'niI enehaflU lag op ratio spectacle will be again ,-epresented'at Ford's 'llrstelati theatre thli evening la nlllta magnlAeence. It performance, Uit night, called out the better class of amusement seekers,1 end hundreds who have never attended public placet of f ntert alnraent before, but who could not withstand the attraction now oflered at Ford's temple of art i SO, they .were present, and rapturously testify to the numerous beauties of Balfe s opera of he " En 'chant res," v, Mist1 'Caroline RlchlngS, our American prima ,4onna7fn'the character.of Stella, elicited round at" , ter round of the heartiest appfause Her singing waa'realrjreatranclAfftollstcnto. Mr. Peter Web togs, as Rarnir, was well received) and, when we consider' this gentleman's age and the inany jeare he has been engaged In the harrasslng business of actor and mftnap?, we certainly think his per formances are remarkably well done. Thedsnclng, by the ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 26 November 1862

.! I g p.e bi:A.tflN"6r g e , piL.Hi'WJj'iwfi iiUpiUi,li n Federal Block; corner of Serenth and T streets, opposite the Poet and, Patent Offlcea. Kooms 23 and' M, np stairs, Washington, P. C r. i i , Alt dlseaeea of a prirate nature treated In the mott tclentlfle 'manner, and radical cures ef fected in all caiea. STPmLttHf AFFEC TIONS, OONORRBVCA, OLEET, STRICT URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or the result of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, fir any weak. vtMofthtGRNERATirEOROANStromtuj came whalerer, or how long Blinding, thor oughly and radically, curedi alto QOUT, RIIEUXATISiT, NKVRALOIA, and other CHRONIC DISEASES of the NERVES, JIUS CLES, BQNES and JOINTS, SCROFULA, BLOTCHES n tbJ-PACE, ERUPTIONSon the LIMBS ml BODT, and all other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES or the BLOOD, from wAarmr raw list may W arUen. AKFttOVED X'Nti lWF'dKT&i'ATK 1 No matter what your disease, let no false del tcacy prerent yon from applying Immediately to Dr. Velfny, who la acknowledged to he by farthemottSTJCOESSrULPn...

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