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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1866

THE .NA1I0NAL .REPTJmJQAJf.cgCHTJRaDAYMOliyiiNGr. AUGUST ,2. -18(ffl. A A um 1C Tnj0IejmWwtt Jli; r r-r Ti,. r , 'iiooAii ONinwa.; ' , MABfllKntKa or.Inmiiiiiic at Oboteb'b Tbui Wa-J-tte evenlag a lim ud respectable Mcetler kM al Qrovet'e Theatre bj the Irish UfMW tof this IMttrletiV A larre n amber of ladles werefeeeirt, fcod oeaiipteeeets.atbe orchestra eheifey, e , t t TaseetlnewMbeli In pariuaooe of Ihe follow Iftff tall, lftft by seen; well-kaown e.tissni or tblt eity: " ' - 1 ,'In Tttw of tbe oontlnjcncles oflh honi the n dnln4 reipeitrc.il reqaoat that a ntii meeUat of Irish eUitooi.oC tht District be eaJIed for u early day, to lake eoorisel together and Coadopt IttbMUtMU miTbl dfD)(d BMIMOTU U the' proper onree to be panned br them, both u good. elUieneand patriotic Irishmen." . A portloh or the Marine Bud, under Professor Seal, wire present, end , enlivened tbo o-weeloa with some excellent masio. The stage wu decorated oa each itdo with tbt An.er.oau and Irtib colon. " The ...

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. — 2 August 1866

'HE .NATIONAL KEPtTBfilCAffHURSDAXVfMOKNTNG. AUGUST 2. ISfJtSr --- ""- - - mtioinl .iijMitC CD1 mi uBsPAflrog'.qi"l?t!AtquT . KatloBATUnion Convention. A Nttional Union Conycnllon, of at least two delegates from cch congressional dis trict of U the Stales, two from each Terrt Ury, two' from the District of Colombia, and fonr delegates at large from each State, will to held at the city of .Philadelphia, on the second Tuesday (Uth) of August next t Snch delegates will be chosen by the eleo torsjjf the several States who sustain the Administration in maintaining unbroken tho union of the Statei'nnder the Constitution which our fathers established, and who agree In the following propositions, viz i The onion of the Stales is. In every case, indissoluble, and is perpetual ; and the Con stitution of the United States, and the laws passed by Congress In pursuance thereof, supreme and constant, and universal in their obligation J The rights, the dignity 4ftd the equality ot the States in th...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 August 1866

-t ' V. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN m PUBUflnEDDiJLY. KITH Or ADVIRTIilNO. Oil iut(UrM4ftr 100 Oa hun, fMT 4f.t. 1 M Oat tqakr, ilk )-;? . S M iTtrf tht 4f MnrtlMnaiU, M Mr Mil. i441- initial. B41lrtat Hm M MiU Mt Ilia, auk tiMrtUi. tMtl ItUMI IS MlU Mf Ilia, M41 iBMrtltB. A4rrt!MBiata aoailaf i4trti hMdaet Wuti, for alt. Tor Btai, Lmi aa4 rtaid, oat liMrtloa,fti ttaU par Hit i aibttqitil ltrttoaa half prlco; Bis Dim r Imi Miatltita a -qur. AATtrilttBtata taoJ4 m hu4t4 la btfora alat 'tlMk p H. FAPNT e OfrTOia - DEPARTMENT" OF TIIE INTEMOB, DirriD Statu Pititr orrioi, WnaixiTOF, JtkMt, IMC Oa tht pttltloa of Lortno L. taaf ttrorfffTaf Oxford, Oblo, praItf ftr tht axttniloB of a pattat $ raited to him oa tat fiih day of Octtbor.lUl, aid rolMatd oa tat 20th of May, 1803, for ailmprOTtaitat U "Bm BIvm," for htm raara from tht tzplratloa of aald pattat, w hlh taktt plact ob tht fi(h day of Oetohtr.lMd, It U ordartd thai tht tald pttttlta bt hoard at tht Pattat Ofle oa MUItDlT, tht 17th day ...

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. — 3 August 1866

oeiowEiBj . 1 THE NAliONAL BEPUBMCAIST, FRIDAY MORNING, AtJGUST 3. 1866. . , i. -i ' ; ptiott.il jgmMuim Vmhlngton City, P. C W. J, MUBTAQH ft CO, PTJBLIBUERa , a P. HANBCOM, EDITOR. JBIDAT M0RHIKa::::::::::::::ACOC8T 8. 1B. tub urvBLicAn out or towh. Foreoas leaving tho elty for the country, during tho nim inoBthi, can have the BarrsLicAi nailed regululy to their addroaa by leaving their names at this omee. Tumi, .7S cents per month. THE HEW ORLEANS RIOT. Upon oar oatsldo will be found the re joinder of Mr. Kiko, of the New Orleans Timet, to the letter of General Banks which appeared yesterday. Elsewhere will alio be found an elaborate letter from General Swirr, late Adjutant General of the Btaje of Louisiana, giving a history of the convention of 1864, the recent reauembling of which precipitated tho late riot It ia probably the moat thorough and truthful history of that remarkable body that has been or will bo written. TTaV commend It to the careful attention of our readers. mAMA...

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. — 3 August 1866

-. -Mr" TatiotttI lUpufotatto IiOOAIi KT3J Wia. Tine Oldest Ikbabitavti. A meeting of Ike oldeil lahabllaata' aeioolalloa of thlt Dlatrlet was asM on WedDeeJ,. creolot In the Aldermeo'i Chamber at the Oltr . Col P. O. rTaikloetor. la tho ehelr, aod Dr. A. M.D. Darla, leeretarr JLl Ci"m?t1 1I ,ri,w l ' Wolltl0 afar to Mr Under at tho loot meello,, aad iditud.fUMTia,,Ma,," " ,,,oll,,", " Wbareaath. Waahlnjrtoa National Moaaaient, In ill prw.nl aaaalibedoondltloo, li a roproaeaori the patriotlim otthe ooaalrjr and a aoaree of tba tmoit mortlnoatloa to onrMlm and oar follow, oltlacoa from a dletanea who rlilt tbti ellri and whereas wo bolloro tba th. memoir of Waihinrtoa "i0.7V."!M """ Maalnmajiu It em wee, aa that to tnraro m.anl for the ipeedy eoaplotloa of the monamoat It la onlj ooeocearr tq appeal to them to romoTo from oar national repatalloa tb.li illfraa of iogratltade to tbo Falbtr of hla Coontrri therefore, ," KtiolnJ, Tbat a eommttloo of tweatr-ooo, Jon llitloi of tbno or tbo...

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. — 3 August 1866

i ... I i A -THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. FRIDAYS-MORNING. . AUGUST i3. 18(5B. . f O V Ol . J yaipirMwun8 acqust a. ws. Ngtlonal Union Convention. A National Union Contention, of at least tiro delegate! from etch congressional dls ' trictorall the States, two from each Tcrrl tary, tiro from the District of Colombia, and t. fonr delegates at largo from each State, will bo held at the city of Philadelphia, on the second Tuesday (lith) of August next. finch "delegates will be chosen by the elec tors of the sercral States who sustain the Administration In maintaining unbroken the union of the States under the Constitution 'which our fathers established, and who agreo in the following propositions, vis : The union of thStatee is, in every case, .indissoluble, and irperpetual and the Con stitution of the United States, and the laws passed by Congress In pursuance thereof, supreme and constant, and universal in their obligation Toe rights, the dignity arid the equality ol the States in the Uni...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 August 1866

i -1IjWM- a .Si.. SiP r y; r. F TT T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PDBUSnED DAILY. i m i RATH OF ADYUTU1X0. 0 aqnarObrMtniri .. $100 oi ntr. rr 4r Oh liiut, it 00 Oa Miart, ts ij 1 10 twtftwttr MYMlliMMaU. M Mr !. 441 ttonnl. Twit ft wk a4TrUMnaU- f A Mr Mil. 4 tliiMal. . MUorlal atIB U U Mf Ha,ufc liMrtloi. toMl nolle U Mmtt Mr Hit. ei liMrtlo. A4TrUtmaUoaln(ai4Tthk4iof WaU,rr , Fat Rant, LmI u o.i4. lnMrtion.fii at Mr 111 nbqant liMrtloi halt prt. Is Him r 1m aUtnt a qar. A4t trili niU thoati ba handtd la Mfor alii valock p n. x Arrxaivx i oticb - BEPARTMENT OP THE INTEBIOR, Dsitid Btatbi Fatut Owes, WuBiinttm, ji)rl,l8M. Oa till petition of Lrii9 L. Utjrttrorik, if Ozfori, Ohio,' prnjrtBf farth iUaIoa efa ptalgraat4 l hlmonlhatVli 4if orolobr,lMS,Bi4 nImi4 th Mth of May, 1SU, for n luprovaia! ! .B HItm ' for htii yra from the txptrttloa of -aid tUt,whlfc tab Mm oa tha tk dayof 0tobr,lftM, II U ordmd tha thl4 MUtloab heard at tha PaUat OfflM oi W OH DAT, la 17 lh day of Spl.abr, ISM, at ...

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. — 4 August 1866

w"BiPtflV'!!giil'4gCBg! THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, -AUGUST 4, 1866.- "v- "3H3Vr"1 - -w Washington City. P. C. W. J. MPBTAQH A CO., PUBU81IEU8. t " a P. HAN800M,' EDITOR. SATURDAY MOrWIWO !::'APOC8T i. 18M. TUB BCTOIUOIR OUT OP TOW. r.rfoai UavlBf ta tiij for lb. eoaatry, dorta, III. umui" santas, tu hart the Rircsucan naUed refalarly to thai? addrees ky leas-log laelf mm al tktf Terms, 7 wale per month. a' word or advice to toe teo pie op the Bourn respect- INO TOE TWO PHILADELPHIA CONTENTIONS. Judge Jonx 0. Ukdiswood, of Virginia, and twenty-six others, resident of the States new unrepresented In Congress, baring em barked In an effort to diride the South if not to defeat altogether the friends of the Ad ministration, to afford the southern people an opportunity for a hearing, of which they bare hitherto been deprived by C it seems to us nroner to tender a advice upon the subject We hope it'wiQ W received in the spirit In which It Is given. Lord BicoH, than whom no ...

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. — 4 August 1866

p-ijtjw;--iPOtwyt';' gtotiomtriUfl'ttMJrnu. Fuheral or John lions. Tho funeral of lit lU John Ron, chief of the Cherokee nation, took ptaea 'yeitordoy morning from Joy's Hotel, porter or Eight stmt Ml Market Space, and. was attended dj avervUrre number of persons, among tboea lion. D. N. Cooler, Oommlnfootr or Indian .-fain, and dolegatloa, from iivirat tribu now U thllottv. Tbafodybovlnir boon embalmed, wm tlt l".f $? doodorftiog cut, ooTirtd with black cloth, which wu heavily mounted with illrtr handles and trlmmlnga, and. bora on tbo breast llnr plate leserlbed, "John Ross, Color of tbe Cherokee', born October id, 1799, dl.d August lit, I860." A handsome wreath or Sowers from tho Croen-houseat Ihe Iieouliro Mansion wai plaood. oft tho eoffln. Tbo fus-el tervtoos woro oondoottd by Hot. Dr. -D. P. Brown, or tho Foundry Mothodlit Bplsoopel eharcht Bot. Dr. A. D. OIH.lt., or tho Tr.frU.nth '" Biptliti ud Ror. Dr. Septlmol Initio, ol tho Presbyterian denomination) and at tho oonola. t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 August 1866

THE NATIONAL ftEfrUBnM.-ISATUHDAY CORNING. AtJflTJSlV4. 18661, Hxti0n.1I QifMimp. & BATUBDAFMOIU'H'Q" ::AUOUBT 4. 188. jonn hobs , (Dm4I Tka iiiircuf iidtui TuKa'tiwdl Fall! la Ik. Wa.,, la Mflir) ..r kla alar. XaU 1 Lai all fcla NpU raa.r., Btrtaka., aUa.t, aa. tartar, t Laa tkaat aaa, wltk aa4 aarprlaa, Om Ula aoallr aaarllta. Daai 1 Tkat tkar rail" lira, la U rallkfal, .roaparaaa, aa fraai Tkalra, aliaa, kJa lau.1 kraal. Tkalra ku Ufa, aad tkalra kla daalk. Daadl "a ataad aroaa4 kli klar Ba4a4 li Hi f raat earaar t Bat vi kaaw, Ikaagk Ufa la a'ar, Ua la daatalaaa, ararraara. Daa4 kalaw, kallraa aa kt,k Llraawkara Vlrtaa eaaaat dial L aaa wkara dad a,w Ufa Impart, Llraa la all it aa PatrlaU1 kaarla. "'" Fsiacia aa Hn. jAarlia. Wiaauuroa, D C,Aa;a.n.lM. National Union Convention. A Nations! Union Convention, of. at least two delcjslcs from each congressional dis trict of all the States, two from each Terri tory, two from the District of Colombia, and four delegates at large fro...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 August 1866

-" ?iKr 'fn r r-rrfTnt!- -y ny-rstr : ni rcr MlirnpKiCTOW"(0 Tp, NAUOIf AI KEPUBUCA1N ' ' . . f . 1 r a ' 'l ' , - PtJBLISHHIV DAILT. j BATH Of AOTMTIHMO. ,Oit nun, tknt ay . .too vm ataara, ir .. i IN -r-r-A "; '1 " r-' I- 'XT' - - -a, . -a ... - .. - 3 ':.:,jBjffliii'' ''':liiim . ' va bbuvt iff aaja. 0ur,tsan..i joo 110 VaW BUBl") NX MTa ( i. I fa Mbrlaf aotioas U ooalt bit Uoa.oaak talortloa. ImjI kajjooo mmmu Ht lh,Vaok laArtloa m.i V0?"? ""Ik."4" o hands or wVaia, r.r Mo, For Boot, Loot aadYoond, ono laoartloa,fn ooata Bin Una. r loan coaatliau o-.ara. .uiiltl "" rt0,M " ' ' alas r - : aaa-aaaa-aaaa. rATiawT n OTioij ; DEPARTMENT OP TnE INTERIOR, trlti iTim r.Tirr Onion, , Sffil.,RI't5'U!?u!,l, ' rotoal eraatod to SH .! w ,.?.1.,r -or. "-. ood rolaaaod tko stk or Mir, IBM, for aa Improvement la - Boo Hlvoe," .."IVfo-m from ikooapi ratio, of oaid.at,wkiek lakoa pit., oalka Olh dayof Ooloker.laM. m.. 'J JOf" lh' bo told flll1o ho turd at the Ji" . MOBDAT, Ike 171. 417 or fcptank...

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. — 6 August 1866

,tHEJS40NAL,EECrBIJOAKJJQNI)AaiOIlNINGAUGi;St.6866 ft ivnalilmyton city. P. C W. J. MPBTAQg CO-.'PtfBfclSnEIta ' - ' &i. nANscoM, editor; ' JdOHDAT MOMnia::mi:ni:nAPaUBT,. IBM. TUB UPCBUCill ODI or.TOWB. r.rtooi 1tIs( las city for la. fctr7,,drln j lb. mm biu, eu am ui,nirnut mallei rejralellj t. thalr Unn bj leavUe; Heir Barnes e ItU oOoc Timi, t null pw month. THE AGOSY .OF RECONCUJA- ' now. 'There ire times In the affairs of nations when the loye of country must rle above the lore of party, (commonly called party epirlD'or allthat hat been gained by civil at(on would be lost Our recent rebellion waa one of them In this country. If the late President Lixcolk and hl Cabinet hadanoi been capable of riling entirely above the notions entertained by the. body of the Re publican party o.f 1856 and 18 CO, the Integ rity of our country would hare been com promised by politicians of the radical school, and the national cause would hare been lost. The time has come when this great fact ...

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. — 6 August 1866

latiouiiJ ' gitpitMuim, t ,-. ,,.: 4 .i :. rr.t . . i ,,t-hi ...'J. l At. L-j ZiOoaxi wnmnrm. Sabbatd Obbebvakciu. Yesterday arai eon f the wort dellc Mfui Sandayi of whole year. ,Th Mkooli of WftiklagUa,, Georgetown, and Al ,erMrVU were well el tended, Hnau of praise frem tknmtia of happjr nUeleea children mended the .thrva of the Mort filch, end tht egeretcee of Iho 4vft tteodlDg1jroUritlor The ehorehei rw nil wall il.e4,wIU attentive oontverntloui Oijlng eUeeoartce delivered, end, we are) credibly lnonnd, U ninbir of eommanloatitc la each uetufTwai KtAUr then for mere! months put. 'At tht Weiley Chapel the Rev, Dr. Amu, their J-d, preached hli Introductory dlieonree. Ilia toil wu from the lllteentb. Verio of th ronrth chapter of .Spheelane.' J .Trent whom tb wbol bod, 011 Joint to lather ud oomptottd b that whloh every Joint rtppllilb, ftoeordinf to tht effect a el worklnc In the neeiureor every pert, meketh Inereeec of th bod unto th edttjlng of Itself In love," end tbo Btlr lob...

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. — 6 August 1866

THE NATIONAL REEUPIJCAN, . MONDAY MPRffftTG. AUGUST ,6. Mb -JJ ntioual gqruMtflffl: MONDAY MORNCTQ.:::: ::AUQUST 6. 1M6J CHURCH DiaBCTORT I CATSOLIO. Tbe Mwt Catholic) eatnb, ti Bt, PelrUVi, oi V itreet north, eoraer of ?emtc street wait, oh MiinwMirrHU PeteoU Offlee ed.lee. Hot. J. A. Welter, paiteri But. F. V. MeOertby, u iliUot, 61. Piter'i Cbupfc, Capitol Hill, akoi- tbree gqaarea froea tha aotleit eoraer ( the Capitol gToaada. Ber. Mr. Bojle U the paator. Si. MaUaav'e Caeruh, eorotr of Fifteenth aw! H atreeta, a abort dlaUitoe north from tho Stale Department. Putov IUt. Charlie While, D. D , Ear. Mr. MoNellj, aeautaat. St. Mary'i. (Qirmu,) on Fifth, star II ilreet. IUt. Matthlai Allg, paitor. Sabbath lerTieei, 101 ft. m., and afternoon. . a , St. DomlalcVi Church, oa tho Island, Sixth tract, about equidistant betwiin tho lenal and Potomae rlror. Paitor, IUt. J. A. Boko!, O. 6 D , awUtanto. Rot. N. D. Younf , 0 8. D Rot. J IL Lyneh.X. fi. D.i Rot. M. P. RIph, 0. S. D j Rot. P. C...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1866

.' JL j? r; t; THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN r 3 PUBLISHED DAILY. xinn or ADTiXTiiito. On qm,tkfdrff"ti" Oiilqtlta, ff f,t i ,9100 I M 100 I 10 vmm bMJVbWV, t Om tmtf ilx4kjtt , ......, KTrr4A7 .UTrtiM.MiU,M ff Mil tt.kl Tllrf lint . I.BlIt - llu. -. Mil. UL -a an ww na vn aa-vi .-.,. pf 41ltMfcl , - r- MttvrUl MtfoM H MlU H' HM,MMh lltttttw. Lm1 ftoiUat mu ft 1U, nk Uwrtlea. A4?rUMMiU oMlftf Wvlk bMitof WuU,Tr HI. Tor !!, Loft ulwi, M U-xmiot, ttn MM ywUMibMtwtlaMrtiHlikirpriM. ' lis Him r Im Miitiiit t quti. A4rrtiMaiu hol4 fe ku4 I fcfn U -TPAXjaprr noncon. VEPABTHKNtF TIIE 1NTKBI0R, JL , Uitio Statu Fitut Orroa, A . WuriksTov, JilrLlHt. Ob Ik rtU(4Br Umw L. LMgttwrtl, ot Ostvrt, Okl, pnylr for lh nttMtea ft pU;tmU I Bla sa th Mb -Jtj rOttoUr, IMS, i4 rtlMMd a (& Mtk of Mijr, 1M.1, for aa lp.til la "Dm HItm," for htii ran from titazHratita eTl4Uat,atk UiM plaea oa the fth at Oetoaw.lftM, II U ordond thai tao mM mIIMob do atari at U Paual Offlea ca MOftDAT, ia 7ta daf of toptonMr, 1...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1866

MWMPMPUM TJILLU nnl ftipts3mm-g 'fl.-rrirAKBOOMi'BDn'OR" TTIWity M0WmrnT!l:1'iAPTOaT T. 1M4. TUB HCPCBUCAEI OCT, OV.TUIVH PeraoTJaf.la, Ij Ar, tt. oountrr, 4nrlnc thtfitBBfr'npilifeAB baValaa Rbpcblicam M,,f4iwV'1'l'.MlH jVbW tislr naBMS at ibis oflec Terms, 7ft eenta par nasta. o( , TJWE NEW ORLEANS RIOT. .miWB,cow4o'oij1 w wonliWl ourcoliunni -rtt tie txtggeratcd statements, pro and con, 'kbbut'ttii lata liot in New Orleans. It was ,' moltacnoly and disgraceful spectacle An 'trai..aP Investigation is now progrtMlnff, Ipfiswl upon Inquiries nude by Tin Prisi. but, nndertheiopenrliion of Major General SnixrniK. When this iscbrnpletowethallbe .in possession of, with authority to use, each 'information aawUcnablotho public to judge correctly for themselves about the affair at New Orleans. Two facts are already Tery clearly demon strated i .First, thai the reassembling of the convention, so far as It had authority in law to, do so, was a farce. Second. It would hare ended in a farce in...

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. — 7 August 1866

gjtoti0ttfcgyttMirog. WlV jxjrr. xJocjyvx--T0-iir7rfii- T. I. IO A UP 14A4 ,t.4.i-A (U' "Mil I .. Board of Au)RBi5T-Tbo Board met last '.VinloViii ' tt turfml ' hourf IfcV triesltlet.. T. ' K. Lloyd, Esq t Id the ehktr. Treses t: Mann. Turtoo, Xl50ijik fait, MoCetaraa, and Croat t hkirlttl4WforiU Beard ft uo.munl.u . HdfrfttttH Mater, wnoa.iwlnt' He approval of irUl4'4W,'""V0 u ' w,', i ('w wa eooleenpleted U build, as speedily at possible, ' Mw itotloa hocne for th Metropolitan Police of JttjsJ filiihTMiaet; as nr act of December 18, 1809. W rmiwllnr tht Hoard to'kppolot one of tti nam .Wm member of the Joint committee provided for in ftltlMC.Hjmt i , ( 1 Alio, eommuDleatloa from the Mayor lugget i Inf tee WeesUy h wU u propriety of xtendlflf too tint Ulofrlog the abatement of six per ornt. for Valutas for prompt payment.3 Tblt, tba Mayor iaya, will greatly accommodate those la arrears for ibe Usee, aa well aa (Militate Its collection. R farred to the Committee on Drainages Mr. Kdm...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1866

t1 . ' I '. " I J " -" - . ,- I . THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7. 18(5(5. ghrfiounl jgfjmfrta- TUESDAY MOWOWQ. :r: ::.:.. ABQPBT 7, 1B46. CHURCH DIRBJCTORY. catwolio, Th oldest Cainollo chorea, la Bt. Patrick's, oa f street aorta, Mrsff of Tulh itraet west, on niuare whI fruu the. Patent Offleo dlflot KeT. J. A. Wallar, pastor Ret. P. F McCarthy, b listen!, 8(. Pain's Charon, Capitol HiU, aboat tbra sqaaraa from Ik aoatbeeet eonier of the Capitol groufe, Br. Mr. Boyle li tbo paetor. Bt Matthew's Charon, corner of Fifteenth and II itrttU, a short distance north from tbt State Department. Putor, Rot. Charles Wbito, D. D , Kot. Mr. MeXally, assistant. Bt. Mary', (German,) on Fifth, near II street Iter. Matlhlaa AUg, putor. Babbath services, 10 a. a , and aftarnooii 61 DomUlek'i Cbnrcb. oa tbt I land, Sixth atreet, aboat tqaldliUot between th canal and Totomu rlr.r. Putor, Rot. J. A. Bokel. 0.8.D, assistants, IUt. N. D. Yonne;, 0 fl. D j RaT. J. IL Xyaoh, 0 8.D Rot. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1866

555175 ..v THE NATIONAL, REPUBLICAN VoutisimJ TurtiTj, 7, l i. ! n anvzATTBtlfl. Oh saaars, tkraa tars ... Oh iqurt, tnr Say Oassaaars.avaSara . ..tlOO .UN I. too ..aw OaaBqBars,alx Sara.. ..'... nqi Btiac fir MtMluniti, M pr tlMftL TwlBS ft VHk 4TtUMBtlU. f S M rat. Ual. tar aaata- Mlwria) aaiiass U aaata tr Uae, SMB. llMrttil. bW asUaaa SO aaata M ll, Mk laaatuaa.' AAtMttMawaU BBMlu MlafflBB aaajaaf Waala. Im 4maHB(ia mhikj Ws,lacaat,LaMBa4raaa4,aalaaarUaa,lm raU F u" I iinrani uu pn. la llaaa n laaa aoastllata a aqaara. Baat ASTartliaanatt steals aa aaaltd la talon 'alas 'aleak . laWs'thiiYnited states: fuiM M tke riret laaalM W thBtTklrti ' " nlMnOMajyaaa. - 3 ' Fcbuc-No.'112. " Ax Act further to prevent smuggling and for other purposes.' m Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Reprttentativu of the United Btatei of America in Cohgrae auemlltd, That, for me purposes oi mis act, ine term vessel, whenoyer hereinafter used, ahall be held to lnclade every description of water-craf...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1866

TEDET NATIONAL REP IJBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNINGr AUGUST 8, 1866: Spiwr "w r t , t i i X W. J. MUBTAQH A 00, PUBLISHERS. ap.gAirecoic.KDn'OB. WEDNESDAY M0RHIH0:::-:::APQUST8, 1388. Tim KKVBUCA OUT or TOWN. P.rKie leaTin, tka ellj for ta eonstrj, darlnf th. Valasaet 'vuatas, aa Irn 'la, BtrciLicM malUt ncilwlj to thotr iddr.il j leering thilr iiiwi at Ibis offleo. T.rma, 7ft seats perNooath. .' ' BB THE EDITOR OF THE REPCBLI CAN TO A MEMBER OF CON GREM. The Editor-in-Chief ot tho Natiohal Re rcBUCAx' tenders his compliment to the Honorable J. D. Baldwix, member of Con gress from the 8th Massachusetts district, and editor and part proprietor of the VTor cwter (rfass.) Spy, and bega respectfully to Inform him that hla leading editorial in the Spy of tho 6th Inst., entitled "Successful Missionary Work," la a tissue of unblushing, wilful and malicious falsehoods. The editor of this I ournal is neither the agent of any clnb or clubs, or of any man or set of men, In Wash ington or elsewhere....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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