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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 April 1866

) i . . i , . . , I... 1 1 i m. TIIENAHONAL-REPUBLIGAN urtniusnBD'jDAniT, A' 4. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 'rHBI38IIED DAILY. utb or iDyisiiiwa.. BO sa.uara.taraelevo Oulqim, tnt 4aye, .., Oaeoqeere, lf lave IhtlllUM .(4-- .7 . . . t . '. f.M ..i loo TBI S1T10IAL StTDSLIClkT Is petllekea every BtorBlaf (oaadeya exaoptad) by If. i.ktntleiaVCo.,10 lll.lk alraat, aad la faralaWt to eakeerlbers (by earrlera) al 75 coBta per saoalk. Mall eakeerlkere, IS.00 per aaaaai HOT for el oalael aad ,1 CO for tkroe saealae, lwUtlf In os. rtvo ooplee oao year, MS. 00. Basle eopfoe, S aoale, ; tng VTIIXLT KATI0 IX, IiruSLICAJl la pakllskad every Friday seoralaf f Oka eopy oao year. 1 O0 Tbrse eaplea oee year, tAOOl Tea ooplee oae' yasriison. a so . Irery otter ley edvorllMieoaBS, Mi oeat. till M M ft Mr "" . i a weea B4v erueomi este. Mil' muoaat. Editorial BAtla M mU ar Hal. Mih laaartla. ZiOMl BOtlOOe ) OOBte Mfl llB, Mk IkMrttVS AdvemaeBMate milini(l(ki keadaof Vf Bale, Tor ale, Fof Beat,LeelBaelfoaa...

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. — 13 April 1866

1 i r w ,1. I ' If I Dtatiotutl gqnMiflm. l"Witsjhlnirton City, J. Oy 'wr.j.MunTAGU a co.,runusnERs. 8. P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. RIDAT MORNlKQr cAPIUL II, 1880. sty We are requested to announce thai the ladiel of Tut President's household will hot rcceire this afternoon. OFFICIAL rAVCn OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT. The lamentations of the "Washington organ or the radicals, upon being notified to du continue the "ChrontcW furnished to the Bute Department for the Legations, were touching in the extreme. Such a wringing of hands and such effusion of tears have haruly been witnessed since the Immaculate Trottix had occasion to use his veteran handkerchief. AVc have no doubt that the apostle of unadulterated radicalism, and the champion of the downtrodden black race in the District of Columbia, (for he is 'mum" with regard to his colored brethren in Penn- rylvanla,) feels wronged and outraged by be ing deprived of the little patronage and dis tinguished honor of holding an official rela tion to th...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 April 1866

nitimlJ$tvMum. Tai 8rwo akd Brauu Funioiu. A Cosgnolt. tomalnloK tUnmntt'i'iiMAj wit and th, dtmudi of lit tollol Mutant w mil laporioia. If Otnpmau ramatn hon, tbo adlto of Ib.lrlooi.koldiiul nulla, and Ittj, ..u ,u piruaoon, w; rooiaonu or uo eapltal, unit b, budjonul aootomoi. Bottn.j sood W " pprtkoMlom. Mr. Willi.,, I,.. i. Tortt frtiht from Pari, 4 olk.r oltloa, a. .no.on ua sou suiimi adonmonU for to, ft. mil. form. If oor lad frl.ndj ikoald to to rhtla- dolpMaorNowTork, thoj eo.ld lot poarfblj nd mor. Literal artloloij tod Ih. axlra p,nM and htl(oflh Josraojwoald U loit. WlUlan It Vlow owning froibl j imd, and Import.! Partilan 1,4 ddbIi, of azo,iUlU itJt, kluk lUk mutUUi, noi.nlog robot, llm lax maollllaa, wblt. ololb coiU, (loltabl, for iprtnf.) tailor bat, for ladloo, lad!u ondargarnuot, of all daMrlptlooi, nloolj ntdoi tvallacoa, of alqutilt, worktumhlpi rib- bom with th, laUit (fini of boot, bomBlnjblrdi, to. modal. 'ion tot, of trlmmUf formanUllao and drunii m.d,M Hon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 April 1866

' . V !" -r. ( Jim ATOAL-imptJBistcfAy.nHRii)A3r nkOftmNG.r apred J3. ,isog. -ii ! , I N ir.r ir '. -? .1 gttounl gtyuMfom miDAt JeOKHINO : :.Al'SII 13, 18S6 i The Frcalafeas. HowaYer much PrwIJcnt Johnon may differ with the party which elevated him to power, It U rcry evident that he haa no In tention of throwing himself into the anna of any organlt atlon which has even the amell nf rllalnvaltv nnAn ita ffarmenta. However much his views may clash with certain of tM Union leaders, no manncsuy intends, as lie haa declared, to fight his battles within the lines of the Union party. In his recent conversation with Governor Cox, of Ohio, he said his whole heart was with the body of true men who carried tho country through the war, and he earnestly desired to maintain a cordial and perfect understanding with them. After malting the most strenuous efforts to win over the Republican President, the Dem ocrat are at last coming to the conclusion that their labors will prove unavailing, if a r...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 April 1866

MNATIOmjEPUBUCM frttt3U8nKPDAn,Y, ; 777 8:::5:&v.ji":":":"""n::::l THE NATIONAl REPUBLICAN PUBLI8I AdV.rtiVJ.'.'t? "SV"-iw " qi L"voboBit.a. St.."r "'laebee la dlaaeUr.a.d ... . JAMS J Cl'ABltt. PROPOSALS POjR BBWBnT" r..p..r. win u ,V' ''.0.'"V'1 i im o'clo,m.,o. ruio iVWV'r,lf"leulll I elreej 'aorta, .AiHfsoia, for a.lldla, lower w.l, toaoaeeilt .''I ed Seveotk flmu Toe inn wll' CTT."," J" ; aiiwi araei. Itf will berbr 12 "! I teres I lie l.alde dlaaie- be le.ldi bolt l, lb. wuii tin la.bae Ia Iblekaeee l Id! bottom r ? " ??' "Ul teameaee at Ibe li. Ill wlUlk..i'" "w,i, litiM, ui raa .iral. Bidder. llUMwtt. Mw.r. A,Tk"i",V. ','. " ,l"' foot for tbo "' .Jt,l,;i,,,'"',Jlett.vaU.aaeBd IIIM, "" i?Ef;l H.l,r M """ reafaaalble tit ell ' ?.o.1m. Ki "" "r1" ' " !"' "7 seel. T if J!IH . " Ik wort. wir,l " T,U1 ' CHIlMloiit .Mb. roink "' Jims j omrBiLL. ConailMlour rosrtk Wftrl. T. B BXOWJT,' AuUtiil ConBluloaira. Jnilln rii-wrai PnorosALs pon laying watkb Witoi'i Ornci, Ctrt Bitu ) c.i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 April 1866

inin,ijjMnumum,nup HE NATIONAL BEPTJBHOAtf, SATURDAY MOBNING, APEIL 14., 1868. ft. ' A . V J t I "V In i, ! tn ;i . H' Rational UpMirm "Woohlnaton City, . C f. J. MURTAQU A CO , rCBLiailEBS. i ar.nANScoxi, editor SATURDAY MORNING:.-..:-::-APRIL It, MM. ONE YEAR AGO. In tke-year of onr Lord 1665, on the 14th day of April, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, the sixteenth President of the United States of America, was assassinated. Nothing In ac tual life erer aurpaased the horror or enor mity of the tragedy; and romance never equalled the dreadful realty of the awful crime. Absahax Livcot-t earned the respect not only of his own countrymen, but the ad miration of the world for his auitere virtues, and lofty personal character; moro than this, he had won, as no other American ever had, the tenderest affections and earnest love of the people whom he served. The moat terri ble civil war of modem tunes had ended In national triumph; conquering armies were etaroing home with their tattered ensiirns: the can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 April 1866

-TH& KA!lAbNkL .KEPtJBtiCAU tUTODAY MOKNING. APHED ,14 1860. gjtotiottttt gfepufttott. LOO ALAFFA I R'8 . Sewers axdWater MAWs-Yesterday it noon proposals for the eotwtrweUea of a mw on I street Dortb, between Fourteenta tlreel and Con n action, avenue, were opened at the Mayor. Office. The MJi stated the prto for constricting .Domain aadjateral Htiri, taaa-helee and1 itenoa trape, and were u follow.: Jones CoNne, $T.IJ per foot for main,, $1.65 for lateral, $1,09 for aea-oolei, and $1.15 for trip John Cbepmeo, IMI, $t 35, $0.TI, and $1 65 Jama X. terry, $8.M. $3 60, $0 95, and $1.31, J. W, A A. D. Button, $7.20, $t, $0.70, and $L80f Wiee V Callahan, $10.34, $S 4ft, $0 95, and ll.ftOt W. McCallom, $8 ."61, $4 . $0.91, and $0.96 Tfcomei D. Lewis, $4 08, $t.0 $0 47, and $0 SOIt Jamea Chapman, $6 85, $M& $0 06, and $135. Mr Lewis being; the lowtiW. der, lb contract wm awardod to bin. At tba mum Ume.the propoeeli for la- wftUr gnalaedarlnc the eurrenl year woro r ' Jj fc Milder ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 April 1866

to. gUliwal gquMio. BaTCRDaT VORSlXd Al'KIL 14, ISM. (MTtCIU LAWS OP THeTnITED STATES. ml mt th. Flnl Boal. f Thirty. lalkCMInu. fTruo KiuoLrnoi No. 20. Jonrt lluourrtox ginng construction to the law in relation to bounties payable to sol diers discliarrcil for wounds. Be i( resolved by the Senate and lloute of Representatives of the United Statu of America in isontjrcss assemDiea, anai tuo true intent and meaning of too words "or in the line of duty" nsed in tho fourth section of (he act approved March third, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, entitled "An act to amend the several acts heretofore passed to provide for the enrolling and calling out the national forces, and for other purposes," re quires that the benefit of the provision of said section shall be extended to any enlisted ,man or other person entitled by law to bounty 'who has been or may bo discharged by rea son of a wound received while actually in service under military orders, not at the time on furlough or leave of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1866

Wf wmmmammemmmmmmemmmammmmmmmmammmm4 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN HIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN rOBLlBHBD fiAJtY. BiTM 0 1DT1KTIII1IO. -OU qi.ra.tkn.a.ri M M Oka iqaara, fear ir ,....,..... I W Oi.Iq.ir., lT.d.ri 100 Oaa aqaara, alxflTo t CO laarj alkar ,ar UrtrtlMMmU, 00 jaa mil MMI. JL TwlM mk tltortlaoaoala, llpr mllli dlttoaaX r . v uiuriu aoiiMi as hu m uu, Mk Uooruoi. La.U IOtlM ttMllHfllll, aaok. UMttlB. A4aorHo.Boata aanlafaaiot Ik koaJaat Waata,? or ala.rorJ(aat,Laolai4rm,.MliaorUo,la) MiU Ia llao I oakMqaaal laMrtlaai kali prUa. M 1IM or lo. MaMaM a aqaara AaorttMaoit4 okoaM aa kaa4td la fcoforo alao o'oloakp.to. Ll als'' r -virTv rt iJXT.' ' vmw r. .4 TUBLlBllKl)''DAnjY. Till JUTIOJUL KlrCBUOlB la filllatai ararx maraUt (laaJiat anartal) Vr W. 1. intui Co., Mfc fll Slalk atnat, uill faralakat t. 4ataarlbari (by aarrWr.) al IS Mala par H.alk. I.ll aabaartkara, ,1.06 par uaaa HW foratx maatka ) ial II 00 or tkrM maatkat f aworfaM, d . rlta aapl.a .a. Tr, IM 00. U.,1. aoplM, M.U. THI W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1866

"-'J..). " -" lOT NATIONAL kepublioan, MONDAY MOKNING, APEIL 10, 1868. it;, i 3 R R K gtionftl gtpitMitm Wonhlnuton City. T. C "W.J.MURTAOH 4 CO., rtTIHJSIIKRS. rimianscom, Enrron. MONDAY MOBOTSOnHm-JiiiiAPMLH, IBM. ' WII.MAJI II. REWARD. The crcnts which transpired one year since are without precedent in this land, and arc not likely to find a parallel in the future. The fierce commotion! and bitter controver sies which resulted In civil war arc past, and cannot recur again. The only canso which could divide, disunite, or destroy this nation has found a perpetual grave ; and In slaying the monster of human larery the principal danger uhich threatened republican institu tions has. in the' treat mercy of Heaven, been removed from us. As has frequently been aid, assassination I not an American vice. When it came It was clothed with more than ordinary terror, striking down the idol of our hearts, awakening u thrill of horror which was felt around the habitable globe. Mur der laid upon ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1866

THBiNAONMi.teEEIJBLICAK MONDAY MORNING. APTHTTi 16, 1866. DMi0ttttt StpttMiram LOCAL AFFAIRS. PiRiMKif'a Affairs, A copy of tho fol lowing resolution wu transmitted to the foremen of all tha Art apparatus la tha etty t Ornoi Ti Comrtestoaxae, ) WliiIMTOVj April 0, IMS. To fas QJIecrf d JfanWf 0 (As TPasA.Bft'o-. Ctfy TrXrjarfmf Qiitliiiix t At ft mUfif of the Commissioner of the Fir Department, bold this evening-, tho fol lowing resolution wu ttDtoImonil adopted : JUmtv$d That tho Commissioners Uko great pleasure) la tenderlne; tholr iloeoro thanks to tho officers and memberi of tho Washington City Flro Department for thotr untiring and fearleie ior Uon la oabdalng tho dertraetlro eorjflnjrnUon it tho United States Arsenal la this city oa tho night or the 6th Initant. Daring tho burning of tho itoro hoaio, whort a Hrgo number of loaded ormi woro picked, which from tho Intense heat woro oofttUring their deadly content! la all directions nd while dangers of f:?al Vplosions nrroandod t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1866

THE NATIONAI ffilfOAK. MONDAY MANNING, APBlt 16. 1866. n IV fniioKJiI KUpttMiflra, MONDAY MORNINO::ri:-:::::i'AVUIL lfl, 18ft. orrictli. andmcw joiiitsorr, lree1clent of the United ftUteo ef America Xo atl and ..? Ir fo tsAom (JUm prutnti stall come, ending i "Where a, a treaty was made and conclodeit at Ihe city of Washington, in tho District or Colombia, on the sixth day or March, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-fire, by and between Clark W. Thompson and KobcrfW. Furnas, Commls- alone n on the part or the United States, and E-iU-man-tha, or Joseph laFlesche, Gra-ta-jnah-the, or Standing Hawk, Ua he-ga-ihin-ga; or Little Chief, Tah-wah-ga-ho, or Village Maker, 'Wfth-no-kc-ga, or Noise, 8ha-da-na-ga, or Yellow Smoke, Waatch-com-ma-nu, or Hard "Walker, Tad-a-ga-he, or Fire Chief, Ta-su, or "White Cow, and Ma-ha-nin-ga, or No Knife, Chiefs or tho Omaha tribe of Indi ans, on the part of said tribe of Indians, and duly authorized thereto by them, which treat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1866

fer wm4mmmmm THE' MHONArBEFUBIICAir , PUBLISHED DAILY. iTw of iDTianino. Oiwnm,Urwtr ;. Ott !, fovr 4n MOO SAO 4 100 tev lr, all tj ....... M ftleiU. Twin w,k UvntlMatsta, f pn Mat. t4- dlttMti. ' JUItorUl BUtM M iU yw . IiMrtUa. lbotl ioUmi 10 mU mi 11.., Mt UHrtla A4TrtUmUHlifa4itkkM4irWiU(ror wIrorXit,tiMAFadtnlairtl9a,(M miU jwr Ila , nbiMal liitrilA kilf prlM. Six Uin ot Ini oaitlttU a aqttra, A4varUMaitaU i aaaalA aaauOd la Mon alaa 'limit p. m. LITHIlAnV. rjTARPBR'B MAGAZINE. Y0LCU1 U, MDMBKB 101. KKW YORK, j PHIL, ll. Taa rMil wrtoa of Coifrwt fall UUU naar rtipMU tha nut nmtataaa la LW fcUurv ( our Oemamtal. U eeortac vita mtMU r-1-wWt.ljr nrf-4 from mtif qitrttn. the X4Uori of tb Harm will asuad ih-JoTBLT UtciDor Cca rromt&tbl BBMuina proao', lk arfamMU kr lkUty akaU U JtaaatedVu I, aad tk. f ilV ?!! W1 U tm, with abitracU f alUmroruat 4ocanau vkkh ff b.rn.r form a t hi Kri lo prwat a Uj mi,.,,,! , f f uU aad of tbo "itnAJivto.1!. "-'" i KVff,V.w 0f 'B1 Dfparlmtal will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1866

- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOKNING,-APBIIrl7r I860.- 4- -i Rational Umbta. 'Woahlnccton City, 1. D. W.J.MUIITAOH & CO.rUBUSHEnS. 8. P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. IUXSDAY MOItNIHO APRIL if, 18M. ATPOISTJ1E.VT OF COLlECTOIl FOR NEW YORK. II. A. Sxttiic, Esq , president of the Na tional Central Bank of New York, was nom inated yesterday by the President to be col lector of that port. The nomination was tent to the Senate-, and referred, according to practice, to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Suttiu was born in a small town on the western slopes of the Catsk.ll mountains in 1619, was educated for mercantile pur. knit, and was reared as a merchant. By his own energies he established the great bank ing house of which ho is now president, and which enjoys the confidence and commands the support of tho largest and most influen tial commercial men of New York. It is gratifting to know that even the leading political and business men, who severally la bored to procure the appointment of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1866

THE KATtONAL .KEPHBLICAN. TPESDAY MOBKING, APRIL 17, 1886. pMiottttl QtyMtntu LOCAL AFFAIRS. Council Pocinro Board of Alder await,. Tha Board mtt last tTtnliif at th vtaal bonrj tha Viet frettdent, Mr. Tarton, tn tlit eoatr. Frtitat i Ueeira. Brows, Hcjm, Croat, Can Held, Magndtr, acUlta, MaCathron, Barr, JL Lloyd ana ItwU. Tha Chair laid before tnt Board a aommafilea tlon from the Mayor, aanoooetog; hit approral of aa ael to set tht enrbttonte and paTt tha footway on tht north aldt of 1 street tooth, between Second and Third streets out Aa aot to trade and par tht all In aqaart 901. Atio, a com moot ot Ion nomttntlof E. A. Adami at lot end ant of tbe Washington Asylum, In plaot of Mr. E. natthlnaon, deollned. Referred to Ajj. Ian Committee. Subsequently reported baok and unanimously eon Armed. Alio, a oommanleatlontraiumlttlnf a petition from Thomaa E. Wilton and L. If. E. Cookt, pray ing tht remission of a fiat. Beftrrtd to tht Com mllttt on Clnima. Alio, an Invitation to tht Boar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1866

te latitat gcpMiora. 1 'V 3CSSDAY MORNINQ Al'BIL IT, 1849. ' omciAi LAWS OF TIIEUtfITED STATES. PaBeod at th. Pint ImlM of th. Thirty. Rlnth C-cr... TPcBUO No 31.1 An Act to establish tho collection diitrict of 1'ort Huron, the collection district olMich Igan, tho collection district of Montana and itiatio, ana to change the name of tho collection district of 1'enobscot. lit it enacted by the Senate and ITouse of jjiccriu4tci tiic uniceu orates ojtmer tea in Conareu attembled. TW not. n1. lection district, to be called tho ihstrict of a vi iiutuu, uw, ana ine samo is nereoy, es tablished in the Stato of Michigan, which shall embrace tho mouth and cntiro shore of the Saint Clair river, and tho counties of Batnt Clair, Lapeer, Tuscola, and Saginaw, and all the territory and waters of the State of Michigan!? tag north of said counties and ...'." A' "ie principal meridian,- and a collector Sill k. .nnn:'-1 reUo rrt ""on, hb.ehir,pbTth.-..i. po.t -ai ?d district. And the said collector s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1866

E5 M. THE NATIONAL BEPUBIICAN 'V' fib':i j'U;r Wat TIIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. ruBLianED' DiXLV. LC I .w . IM ,'JOO , M Uil KATM or ADTUTUIXO. xftOM'aq.ar, tar I7I.I( M.,.i(tM r Oaq, leaf 4x THI V ATIOVAX. KtTUBttOUr I pibllrital Mtrj Monlaf (Itya txrt4) j W. J.MVST14I kCo.,, Ill VU.1 MrMt,M U fmrmUU4 lo ibMrlbrt (fry MirlmJ at 1$ miU pr raofttb. Mfcll labMrtUrt, M-00 pr Miim StOO for .lt ilkt ti4 9X00 tot Urt Moat, feMrfaftiV U ad 4M. m MplM ryr, lU. 00, lllf W Mpl, I MfetS. titi vrxiiLT jrinoiriL xtrunuckv ! pblUkJtTry f HHf ttoriUr j Om tofT !, H 00; ThrM toplM om xmt, $3 00; Tarn MplM rw lis oo. via vourVf BT aijl.i Oiirian,iliiu ;.,,... ..! t)lftllTlMftMklJMrtMMll.flm Mat.. 3 J ) 11 Till 3 ,- ' kllmilil aell U Mats MlHk laurUaa. tlMtl aoll 13 eet per Use, eM. litntlfta . UiiitHanti eoalsi aaaettt tdiKWuli,7 l,i"MHit,Ul.alitlea au Mf 111 I .bee.Ml iBMTtteaaAalf MJMbl lnumulwmintwtiquK ... VOL. VI. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 18, I860. NO. 120. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1866

toE NATIONAL MOTBLICAtf, "WEDls ESDAY MORNING, .APRIL 18, 1866. -flf m gjtatiounl UmbU(it, 'Waxblnittoii City. T. O. W.J.MURTAGII 4 CO.rUBLISIIEna. a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. WKDNI8DAY MORNINO APRIL 1, 18M. AUKAMSIN AM) UEORGIA. The great plan which has been ucribod to the adminiitratlon of the affairs of the uni verse" out of evil (till educing good " has not only been prominently Illustrated by our late crentful history, causing the wicked Institution of bondago and the dangerous heresy of secession to disappear by the in flictions of civil vtor, but the evil counsels which prevailed respecting the constitutional method of dealing with the southern States after the close of the contest and delaying the all important duty of restoration, is likely to result In dispelling the fears, mastering the prejudices, and quelling the passions of the less reflective portion of the country. We cannot conceive of a more thorough triumph and vindication of that humane and wiso policy commenced by Abr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1866

M NiTtoNAL BEPTJBttOAN. WEDNESDAY MOBKING. APRIL 18, 1866: gjtatityint gttllicnm LOCAL AFFAIR8. . SOLDIER-I' ARD BAILORS Mill MEET ING. The nui meet, oat voder lb aoepUas of the Sol dUri end Sellers' UnJon, fceld at the City Assam 11 Booms od Louisiana, itibm last evening, wu large and eoluuetastlo. Tb hall wu erowded, ft tery Urge number of ladles forming a portion of tli audlenee. The meeting was called to orderly Major Mont, mod Gen. John V, Varnswortb, M. 0 , wu ehossa JrridBh On taking the chair Gen. 7. returned hU thanks for the honor conferred npon htm. II lad served In tht wir two years, and know some thing about tht bravery of tht soldiers and lallon. Tht eoontry owed a dtht to thtm whleh could ntTtr ht discharged All ortr tht laod wtrt mn who tin wonndtd and disabled, and tht places should ht given to thtm, and thty should bt eartd for. Oeneral Green Clay Smith, of Ktntueky, wu In trodoeed, aod iatd ht did not expect to bt called tht flnt one, but General Fernsworth wu up ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1866

WIWIMM frHE NATIONAL OMblPUBUQAN. WEDNESDAY' MOBNING-. dLPEIL 18. 1866. gjtataitf UjutMtau. WEDNK3DAV MORNING::-.:: APRIL 18, 1888. SOONER On X.ATKII. Sooner or later the etornu hall beat Oftr my elambere from head to feet( Sooner or later the wlndi ahall rr la the loaf great above my grave. I anall not heed them where I II, Nothing their onndi lb alt eigntfo Nothing th headttone'a frat of rain, Nothing to mt tb dark daj'i pain. Sooner or later tbt ion shall thine Wilh tender warmth on that mound of mtna, Sooner or Utar, In lummir air, Clover and TioUt blonom there, I ball not faal In that daap laid rait Tba heetod light fall over my breail, Nor arar not In tboaa hlddan honra Tba wind-blown breath of toning flowtra. Boonar or Utar tba ttalnlaii nowi Bball add their hnih to my mate repot; Boonar or latar ahall alant and ihlft And heap my bed with their dattllng drift. Chill throegh that frown pall ahall leem, Ita toneh no colder ean make the dream That reck not eweet and i acred drea...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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