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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 April 1861

,-riHl hiiiiiiii'i'"' 2S .SBs533 gajjw),iiAiwiiwwfipintfyifiMtgnB!aft ease 1 ? LOCAL NEWS PebsoxaL. Generals Lane and Pomeroy, (Senators,) from Kansas, are slopping at WiU lards'. Co). Delahny (who was a candidalo for 'Iho U. S. Senate) find daughter are stopping with N. Vedder, Esq., at 302 Massachusetts avenue. Tub Feemno in and About Washington MOVEMENTS OF THE MlLlTART, &C. kc. The most intense excitement has prevailed in this vicinity ever since the first announcement of the commencement of hostilities in Charleston harbor. All day Saturday, the publication of fice of the Republican, an well as those of the other city uowspapers, was besieged by an anx ious crowd, all desirous of obtaining the latest and most reliable information from the scat of war: so that, by ratio o'clock in the morning, one large extra edition was eut rely exhausted. Yesterday morning, the demand was even greater lor copies of the Sunday Morning Chronicle, which was to be seen in the hands of nearly e...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 April 1861

THE LATEST NEWS! TU8T received, direct from the manufacturers, J the moit TrieU and complete assortment of Gentlemen's, Ladles', and Children's Boots, Shoes, 4c, we ever offered In this clly. Many of the above goods cannot be surpassed anywhere for durability, style, and neatness. Wo will always keen the following makes of shoes : B. Russell's, Baltimore, Md, Gents' work Levi, Perry, k Co.'e Baltimore, Md., Ladles Dlckermon, Stralton, and Mollneaux's, Philadel phia, Ladles, Mlssef, and Children's work. It Is Impossible for you to get better wearing or fitting goods by leaving your measures and having tbem made to order. We have several cases of Ladlai and Misses' cheaper than we ever oQ'ered before: 420 pairs Ladles' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.25 420 do do LInen-llned Heel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Misses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 87 cents 460 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents Men's and Boys' Uats and Caps la great Tnrlcty. We cordially invite all those who are in search of goods i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1861

5-?K&5S53teE-4ite: THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SCNIIAY8 EXOtrrKI),) On tierr-nth ilnet, near K, opposllr Ihe General Post ODlce, by IiEWIS CLEPHANJ5 & .CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1100 One square, fonr days 1.15 One square, fire days 1.50 One square, six days 1,7ft One square, two weeks 2,15 One square, three weeks 3.6 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each insertion. Inserted oily once, ten cents a Hoe. Oburch and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. !SJaiio&l rumu&tt I B TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1861

t&" Our publication offica ia on 8evcnth street, adjoining Adamson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post OlEcc. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tneday, April 10, 1861. Executive ArroixTMKSrs. The President has made the following appointment: Washington Bonifant, U. S. Marshal for the district of Maryland. William L. Marshall, surveyor of customs for the district of Baltimore. Frederick Schley, appraiser of merchandise for the district of Baltimore. John F. Meredith, appraiser of merchandise for the district of Baltimore. C. P. Montagne, appraiser of merchandise for the district of Baltimore. Francis S. Corkran, naval officer for the dis trict of Baltimore. II. W. Hoffman, collector of customs for the district of Baltimore. E. T. Blamire, postmaster at Portsmouth, Virginia. John W. Deal, postmaster at Chambersbnrg, Pa. Philander W. Crandall, collector of customs for the district of Genesee, N. Y. John W. Ingalls, collector of customs for the district of Capo Vincent, N Y. T. G. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1861

T3yag3y'T'.- : , fcJafiffi3Suui-i 1 1 lilM'.i aMLliiii.WMnBwiinwi,i iMW.gmt'gjglS i.'jn.mmai I' ll W . V v i r i in- ll Jw LOCAL NEWS Notice. Persons residing in tie seventh ward will hereafter pay their subscriptions to Mr. James K. Given, who is our authorized agent for that ward. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. This Board met last night, and after receiving and properly referring several bills from the lower Board, there being no other business before the Board, they ad journed. Board or Common Council. A commu nication was received from the Mayor, announ cing his approval of the bill for the relief of the laborers oa ine water mains. The monthly report of the Intendant of the Asylum was received, and referred to tha Com mittee on the Asylum. A resolution was passed, authorizing the purchase of two copies of Gushing s Law and Practice of Legislative Assemblies," for the use of the Board. Mr. Jones offered a resolution directing that the national flag shall be displayed daily, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 April 1861

: l! I I,'. Ifi i THE LATEST NEWS! JUST recelred, direct from the manufacturers, the most varied and complete assortment of Gentlemen', Ladies', and Children'! Boots, Shoes, Ac, wo ever oflercd in this city. Many of the above goods cannot be surpassed anywhere for durability, style, and neatness. c will always keen the following makes of shoes: D. Ilnssell's, Baltimore, Mil , Gents' work Levi, Perry, A Co.'s Baltimore, Mil, Ladies work , Dickermon, Stratton, and Molincaux's, Philadel phia, Ladles, Muses, and Children's work. Ft is Impossible for yoa to get better wearing or fitting goods by leaving your measures and Luring them made to order. We bare seroral cases of Ladles and Misses' cheaper than wo erer olTcrcd before ! 420 pairs Ladies' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.25 420 do do Linen-lined Heel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Misses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 87 cents 4C0 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents Men's and Bojs' Hats aud Cups In great variety. We cordially Invite all those who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1861

1 nnagnnTy-r ' jymtffsssxisssssa: aasiWIimnW ' " I IT. - THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KXCrriKD,) On Seventh itreet, near K, opposite the Qtnetal Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE 4; CO. TERMS. To city subscribers U and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days . 1.55 One square, fire days 1.S0 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.7ft One square, three weeks 3.50 One quar, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16 00 One square, ono year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; once a week advertisements charged .is new for each insertion. Inserted ooly once, ten cent line. Church and other notices, an. wants, twenty tire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or leu constitute a square. QSHJcriral mbixcwft " ii Vol. I. WASHINGTON,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1861

If; tSf Oar publication office is oa Seventh street, adjoining Adamsou's Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Poet Oflice. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, April 17, 1861 Executive Arroixmnxw. The President has made the following appointments: Win. Pinkney Ewing, navy agent for Balti more, Md. J. L. Tullock, navy agent for Portsmouth, N.H. Also, the following postmasters s - Charles Lever, Flushing, N. Y. Sala Bosworth, Marietta, Ohio. D. P. Puriatou, Cold Water, Mich. F. J. Lord, Wilmington, N. C. C. W. Chapman, New Bedford, Mass. J. P. Fessenden, Lewiston, Me. Edward A. Brown, Danbury, Conn. George W. Rogers, West Meriden, Conn. T. J. Doskane, Stamford, Conn. Charles Olmstead, Norwalk, Conn. A. B. Calef, Middletowu, Conn. James Alley, jun., Dloomington, 111. A. W. Faxon, Sonora, Cal. John 0". Brown, Sheboygan, Wis. C. C. Morton, Eastport, Me. Andrew Whiting, Nantucket, Mass. t3f Of the ten gentlemen in Maryland, to whom Federal appointments were given on Monday, tour were Rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1861

aiafegaaegTiaB XOCAL NEWS. Notice. Person! residing in tie seventh ward will hereafter pay their subscriptions to Mr. James 15. Given, who is our authorized agent for that word. Movements or the Miutaiiy. Yesterday, the mustering of the volunteer toldicry van continued at tbe W ar Department. The first company mustered was lhe Carrington Homo Guard, of Georgetown, Captain .las. Goddard ; Lieutenants Waugh, llulchlns, and Ilorroughs 1 Sergeants Baker, Campbell, Sebastian, U. Kind, and E. A, King j and forty-six piivutts. On the oath being administered, every man was observed to repeat it in a clear, audible voice, after the magistrate. This company made n very fiuo appearance, and are just the men for acuvu service. Captain G. J. L. Foxwell, of the Henderson Guards, sent dowu seventeen recruits, who were mustered in the service The Mechanics' Union Rifle Company, Cap tain Rutherford, sent up a detachment ot nine teen recruits, who were duly received. Company C, of the National Guard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 April 1861

I i I ' I . THE LATEST HEWS! JUST received, direct from the manufacturers, the most varied and completo assortment of Gentlemen'!, Ladles', and Children' Boots, Shoea, Ac, we erer offered in this city. Many of the above goods cannot bo f urpassed anywhere for durability, style, and ne atncss. Yi c will always keep the following makes of shoes: B. Russell's, Baltimore, Md . Oents' work Levi, Perry, A Co.'s Baltimore, Md., Ladles Dickenson, Stratton, and Mollneaux's, Philadel- phla, Ladies, MIsim, and Children's work. It is impossible for you to get better wearing or fitting goods by learlag your measures and having them made to order. We nave several cases of Ladles and Misses' cheaper than wa ever offered before : 410 pairs Ladles' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.26 420 do do Linen-lined Heel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Hisses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 71 cents 460 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps In great variety. We cordially Invite all those who are In se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1861

jn-az TO2a3S5&3 aEsSSKeEHHEKJSSS wym THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNINO, (SDNDATS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE It CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days ".. ..$1.00 One square, four days :;1.26 One square, five days ;.. 1.50 One square, six days 1.75 One square, twowesks.. 3.75 One square, three weikj 3.50 One square, one month... , 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six monthi 16.00 One square, one year.. 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; one a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten centf Una. Church and other notices, and want, twenty five cents for each insertloa. Ten lines or less constitute a square. QSSffimkl itfmxOT TERMS. To city subscribers ill and a quarter ctuti per week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty centt per annum, payable in advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1861

mMiaMT3anm 8 ,' tsW Our publication office in oa Seventh .street, unjoining A damson' Periodic! Dopot, "Md opposite tho General Post Ofhce. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, April 18, 1861. EitcuTiTE ArruixmcN'TS. The President yesterday made the following appointments : Edward 0. Carrington, (American,) U. 8. at torney for the District of Columbia, John M. Fleming, U. S. attorney for the east ern district of Tennessee. Joseph Oilman, XT. S. marshal for the district of 'New Hampshire. Wingate Hayes, 17. S. marshal for the dis trict of Rhode Island. George Leonard Davis, paymaster in the navy, vice John W. Nixon, resigned. 09 We nnderstsnd that the commission of the lion. Green Adams, as Sixth Auditor, was signed yesterday. C-We shall believe that tho Age of Chiv alry has not gone, if Virginia makes herself n party to the quarrel of South Carolina, against which she has protested from the first. In deed, what is asked of her is something more than taking a part in a quarrel not her own....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1861

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Slw s m pftatf jst.4c n , a ft L LOCAL NEWS. Notice. Persons residing !n the seventh ward will hereafter pay their subscriptions to Mr. Jama E. Given, who is our authorized agent for that ward. AsoTnea Mimxo iv Behalf or Free EFEtcn and or iue Umax. Another Uuiuu meeting waa held at old Trinity Church, on Hfth street, last night. The hall was crowded, amongst whom waa a fair, sprinkling of Indies. a lie raceiing uaviug uceu cuueu iu uruer, Vf. Krzyzanowski, Esq.', President of the Ger man Republican Association, was first intro duced, and entertained the audience very hap pily until the arrival of Hon. J. Ilutchins, of Ohio, the first regular speaker announced to address the meeting. Mr. Hutchins, upon taking the stand, was greeted with luud applause. Hn remarked, in commencing, that bo was glad (o find here what bad heretofore been something of a novelty in Washington a meeting in behalf of the free dom of speech." But ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 April 1861

I Mi V . t...r ---gg " v THE LATEST NEWS! '" TtJST received, direct from the manufacturers, T J the mot varied and complete assortment of ""Gentlemen's, Ladies', and Children'! Boots, Shoei, 4c, we erer offered In thli city. Many of the above goods cannot bo surpassed anywhere for durability, style, and neatness. V o 5 will always keep the following makes of shoes : B. Bnssell's, Baltimore, Md.. Gents' work Levi, Perry, k Co.' Baltimore, Md., Ladles Dickermon, Slratton, and Molraeaux's, Philadel phia, Ladles, Misses, and Children's work. It is impossible for you to get better wearing or fitting goods by leafing your measures and having them made to order. We bar several cases of Ladles and Misses' cheaper than we erer offered before : 410 pairs Ladies' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.25 420 do do Linen-lined Ileel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Misses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 87 cents 460 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents Men's and Boys' Hats and Cats in great variety. We cordially lnrite a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1861

-Al tj.." njwpj m.'mjii sj n57?SfJlDB THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (80NIUT8 EXCEFTCD,) On Seventh ttreet, near K, opposita the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE 4 CO. TERMS. To city inbicrtberi ilz and ft quarter centi per week,, payable to the carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollart and fifty centi par annum, payable In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days .'.'. $1.00 One tquare, four dayt 1.25 One square, five dayt t. 1.50 One square, six dayt 1,78 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeks ,' 3.60 One sqnar, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six monthe,.., .18.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; once a week advertisements charged at new far each insertion. Inserted oi ly once, ten cent a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. ',. tzi;e Ten linet or leu constitute a Iqnare. OS&tioi&I' V Vol. I. WAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1861

ir 11 a' word to business men. This paper hai now a circulation In this city larger than all the city papers combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a most excellent advertising medium. NATIONAL RENJBLICAN. Pridy, April 19, 1861. Executive ArPOHtTMiKT. The President yesterday appointed Robert Murray as the U. S. marshal for .the southern district of New York. $& The several letters of the " Confederate " commissioners to Gov. Seward are published, together with a memorandum by him, made on the 15th of March, but a copy of which was not given to Ihem till the 5th of April, the de lay being iu accordance with their understood wishes. Tho gist of Gov. Beward'a memoran dum is, that being governed by the views an nounced in the President's inagural, he cannot recognize any States as out of the Union, or negotiate with them upon any such basis. It is a most important State paper, and we shall give it in full to-morrow. B6T Ex-President Fillmore made a speech at Buff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1861

tnszm tSz t-wiLiA' iMWi-r: raij.iwfc Wl"TW"( V t- ft i LOCAL NEWS. Noncr.. Persons residing in the seventh ward will hereafter pay their subscriptions to Mr. James K. Given, who is our authorized agent fur that wurd. Tne Union Meetino Last Niout. Not withstanding llio excitement existing In the lower section of the city Inst night in relation to military affairs, a largo, audience again as eembled'nt old Trinity Church last evening to listen to the uddress announced to be deliver ed by Gov. I3ebb, of Tennessee. The meeting was called to order by William 0. Parsons, Esq., of New York, the chairman of the former meetings, who addressed the au dienco very briefly, but eloquently, on the question ot the day. He then introduced to the audience Gov, Bebh, who addressed the meeting for over three hours in a strain of fer vid eloquence, which enchained the attention of his auditors throughout. .He remarked, in opening, that however the great question pre sented to the people of this country...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1861

T fit W THE LATEST NEWS I JUST received, dlrtct from the manufacturers, the moit rarled and complete assortment of Oentlemen'), Ladles', and Children's Boots, Shoes, Ac, we ever offered In this cliy. Man of the above goods cannot be surpassed anywhere for durability, st)le,and neatness. We will always keep the following makes of shoes: B. Rusiell's, Baltimore, MJ , Uents' work Letl, Perrjr, & Co.'i Baltimore, Md., Ladles' work Dickermon, Stratum, and Mollneaux's, Philadel phia, Ladles, Misses, and Children's work. It la Impossible for on to get better wearing or fitting goods by tearing your measures and having them made to order. W hart ssroral cases of Ladlei and Misses' cheaper than we ever offered before : 420 pafrt Ladles' Morocco Sewed Boot), $1.25 420 do do Llncn-llned Heel Slippers, 75c. 320 do Misses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots, 87 cent 460 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents Men') and Boys' Hats and Caps in great variety. We cordially Invite all those who are In sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1861

.Ml I ' inwil...MWrwWli WKMJfWIJMJ 11' aEr- a eauiuiiiK i n the National republican IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCKVTr.D,) On Soeath itreet, near E, opposite (he General Post Office, by . LEWI8 CLEPHANE CO. TERMS. To city labicrlbers ilx and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall inbtcrlberf, three dollars and fifty centi per annum; payable In adTance. . - .i .3 RATES OP ADVERTISING;-! One square, three days...,..'. , $1.00 One square, four days , 1.25 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days ,..,.,( i...,..Lj I J One square, two weeks .....'........ 1.Y5 One square, three weeks 1.80 One sqnarv, one month i i,...f. 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One squaro, six months.. 18 00 J One square, one year., , 30,00 . Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent. ' additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. '' 1U Inserted oily once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants twtntf five cents for each ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1861

n I CJLJ' m UlgUlj b UIIIJMMJJJ5JT3 ! : i I r i 'i tST 6nr publication office la on Seventh street, adjoining Adarasoa's Periodical Depot, and opposite tbo General Post Office. ISoNAL imrUBLICAN. , Saturday, April 20, 1861. t&- On our first page, Gov. Seward's reply to the Confederate Commissioner. OFFICIAL. By tht President of tht Untied Stales : A PROCLAMATION. Whereas an insurrection against the Gov ernment of the United States hat broken out in the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Ala bama, Florida, Miasissippi, Louisiana, and Texas, and the laws of the United States (or the collection of the revenue cannot be effect ually executed'tberein conformably to that pro vision of the Constitution which requires duties to be uniform throughout the United States: And whereas a combination of persons en gaged in such insurrection, have threatened to grant pretended letters of marque to authorize tSe bearers thereof to commit assaults on the lives, vessels, and property of good citiz...

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