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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 August 1866

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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. — 31 August 1866

JmRWAimMlfc .ttWfWAnMfifrnMgm Jfi9Kajfc aaamsmtoiA QiX.MWXlM"-""" nAOOUBI It. lodj i jHtcMcn MMMnmitlr. . . . .- jjiihia I.-. . w eAtadac.'. ' ; ,"::".! ..1, 17-11. -ll . - - -- rm i ma r "" - I ieiiaaliiainaaiMaiiiit'0ro-flbe Capitol iiiuL imM'MWIyl It th potior. ' ' .lletYldetrtlae Mt, water" rbbetk BerrUrf'10, oVk'.'daaatltrni Potomac rlrer ..Parlor, Bar. JjA.Bokel.aXdBDl ulMuH Herl'JN D, Toonr 0 B .1 J Rer. J. Ill V-ffe TaaVr.tTWId j7jj caplter atreot, corner ( I ttreel, and MfUii AOaflM UOeMlBJ. JWmWi oHMniw,iwr iaiBBaWBIBlB.I..BH ,..11 TTAfcl J VJSSSSt td'f 1K tilqnnMAl IRIMHUhl .1 Mia. f Kort WdeafcoVtea.' IWtV M , Swiped Voea ft il twat.taoiajv. tterkOeori. Yl ilereekitlb. aadnar. ... i e . a " rewrdry Mtottae; HonM, Rer. B eeTlen Brawn, vaator, MIMI ot 0 and Foorteenti ttreeti''Ser. YWeAlronrnlrjf otll,An4eToh", , -r . WHlaj Cbapet, nniril 1 aaiijTIiUi ttnett, IUt. V. 8. DtllHii a. D i put 6Ttf ntll a. an .and 7lp n. laai'aa.jwe. aditi ei in lffKmAmCbftptt.'llMAtliaMtU arca...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 September 1866

Tlf f ft T '-rv." V . . I . , r i . -'' I 11 theTMnBT'reWbucm i i PUBLISHED DAILY, kin or iBTHtrunro. u Om 4tMtikiMAftr.i ,,. vo Oa. iun, fear da7a.,(,,.,tfi I u Om aqaara, ftva dara..,. v M oaaaflBAra,BtidA7a. - HO ImrMlnUr advanlaeaaaata,) par ml addl. IIwiL.TwW a web rimlHiiUi W par ml.u BdUarlal KtlHi M aaata par Xlaa, auk laseruoa. ImlHllailKnUncllwiHtUwtlti. AAtMrtUMMBM aetata. aaaeTtha kaadeof vraau,f r tUtnMM,htfmiWnmt,tmtitiHntt,Un Mala MrUaeieatoaoaaBHBeartleBaBAlf proa. BlBllaae.rl.ee Manual, a aqaara llmmuuu iknM l kaaded la baton alee a'oleeh: at orriciiu) LAWS OP THB"UNITED STATES. FMaael at tha Fint ItMUa af lha TklHr- ltfc UapM, Public No. 183J Ax Act to anthoriio the uta or the Metric System of Welzhts and Measures. J7e i( enacted by tht Senate and Etnut of ncpTcwniaiivti of ine imKcaataiaojjimtr tea in Conareu auembled, That from and alter the passage of thu act It ihall be lawful throughout the United Statea of America to employ toe weights ana meat urea of the me...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 September 1866

- Rational QtfMUm ' woMblnuto City, p, o. wTmubtaoh a ocpuBusuEna R P. HAK800M, EDITOR. SATURDAY M0ENIK0:::.8BPTBMBKR1, 18M. THE PBHMBKNT'STBIUMraANT " MARCH. . Tni PiiniDiicT started early this week upon pilgrimage to the tomb of one of our country'! mott honored statesmen In these later timet, and no looncr had he begnn his Journey, accompanied by membera of his Cabinet, and officers of the army and navy, and others whom the people delight to honor, than he was set upon by a malicious pack of partisans, who sworo that his mis sion was a political dtae, and that he was in truding upon a field which belonged cxclu Irely to his detractors. Thus far the ene mies of Tux PauioixT who arc, con sciously or unconsciously, enemies of the country hare been utterly discomfited by the outpouring enthusiasm of the people. The Mayor and Council of the city where his first stopping place occurred thonght to throw cold water over the proceedings, but even there the people, frombighest to lowest, t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY '.MOltNltfQ. SEPTEMBER' 1. 1866. liittoual ffitiMm. IiOOAIi NHWS. Miktiko or Coal Dialers and tbi Bust Mil Mm tx QiooiTOWir.Yrtenl7 at twelve o'clock meetlag of the eoftl dealers, merchants, miliars. Mi albert, Interested In tha trad of the CkmpHlM ud Ohio eaaal, ni held la the tall over the- vakel-kou)S, for the purpose of adoptlag BMnw to) eomet tha mlsmaaafemeiit of tho aaal, by whteh tbo Itrtl at Oeov-jVown he Veen kept low u almost to prevent navigation and oosnpai tbo maaafeeturere to itop work. Tho tweeting ni enlled to order by Mr. Otorfo Hill, and on hit motion Mr. Jenkln Thomas wu called to tbo ohalr, and Mr. Klobard Cropley was chosen secretary. On motion of Mr. Hill, a committee of fire u appointed to draft resolutions expressjre of tbo ob jects of tho meeting.. The Cfaelr appointed Messrs. George Illtl, Jf , Jet. L. Welsh, tit org Waton, Jdo. A. Agnow, and A. Roil Ray., n, , Tbo eommlttoo baring? retired, aftonrardi re turned and report...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 September 1866

THE NATIONAIii REPUBLICAN. "SATUBDAY MORNING,' SEPTEMBER 1M860. &timkl gtpuWiffliu SATURDAY MORNIlfan::SEPTEMDKR 1, 1866. C1ICRCII mniOTORT, CATIOMC. Th oltUit Oath olio aaaret. U St. Patrick's, co V itfttt ncrta, eoratr of Tenth itrMt wiit, oat tqaart mil from tha Pattnt Offlo adlflet. Rtr. J. A. Walter, paitorf Rtr. P. F. McCarthy, at iIsUbL SL Peter's Cbarobj Capitol TltU, aboat thrtt qvMMfroaih Booth! oorotrof'tht Capitol froandt. Rot. Mr. Boylt li tht putor. fit. Matthtw'a Charch, comer of Ftftttnlh And H strati!, short dlitanot north from tba Stat Department. Paator, IUt. Charles White, D. D.t JUt. Mr. MoNally, ajelttaat. 8t. Min'i, (Qtrmaa,) oa Fifth, near H itrtet. Rtt.MUh.aa Allf, putor. Sabbath tarried, 101 . mf"Brjd afternoon. Be. Dom.nick'i Chareb. oa tbo IaUnd, Sixth treat, aboat tqaidtsttnt between tbo eanal and PotomM rirtr. Pastor, Rtr. J. A. Bokel, 0. S. D . aaatttaatc, IUt. 17. D. Toon j. 0. S. D. Rtr. J. II. Lynch, O. B. D.( Rot. II. P. Ralph, 0. S. D.f Rtr. P...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1866

rv THE- NATIONAL'.REPUBLICAK t i . , PUBLI8HED DAILY. ' TIIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN i i i- ' PUBLISHED DAILY. a rai tunoaut sinrBUour I. f.WakW ott noraO (la.lara natM) If W, .MnruiaaCtT. el, matt alro.t.aja'iafarilaao. to nVmiVan (or .anion) at TI ooata r aaoala. . Kail aaW.rlV.ra, M 00 lor aaaaaM tH.00 for ftc aioatklaall 00 for tan. aioatU, itnarUb t aoa. riT.MU..a. 7Mr,9a.0O Magi aoploa, . onto, TS1 WIIHY SiTIOSiL immJCiS la ,bUako4 Of orj IMvf orala, t Oao oopy .a. yar 1 00 Tan. oopto. oi. yoar, l&OOj Taa Mptoa .a. MT.IUOP K1TM or ADTIITtinro. Ou itun, tare. Sara . Oaeeqaan, roar saya .MM , IH . 100 vao aq.are, bt aaj VB. O0..J toe. aateL.iMiaf... , s w hmalfirliT aT0rtUeMaie.S0 Mr Mil ael- Itoaai. TwIm woo aJtertUeaaeaU, li er tut as HffAi. . i v .....,..- looal ..otto 5 eont Mr lima, mh limtin MlK-IleU PQMe-jj mm www . .. IBMTUVB. VOL. VI.' WASHINGTON CITV. D. C. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8. 1866. NO. 287. ffale. Tot Kent, Loot aatfroaad, cm lasertloa, Irt eeaU M Ilia ! lima...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY &ORNING, SEPTEMBER 3. i860.' It (I -WaaUlnjiton City, X. . W. J. MUBTAQH A CO., PUBUSUERS, & F. nANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY M0RKINO::::::.8KPIKMBBR 3. I860. SIIytLL WE HAVE A MONARCHY T The higher a pendulum U drawn in one direction the further It will fly, when released, In the other. In physics, the law la atrictly true that the reaction la equal to the action. But In politic! and the moral world unfor tunately the reaction i apt greatly to exceed the action, 10 that when men'a ralnda arc by great effort lilted a long way to any partic ular hereiy or error they are apt to fall pres ently much further toward the opposite dan ger. The danger in this country now Is that the people will, through the action of disor ganlters and practical anarchists, be made disgusted with our republican form of govern ment and will fly to the refuge of a monarchy or some other form of absolutism. This la no idle alarm. There nercr has been a time since the days of H...

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

Mfmmrnmnna&mBm9 Rational totiMUm IjOOAIi JN Mi W Thklati William J. Stonk. On Saturday mornlai tha membars of the tar of this city hold a mastiff la th Council Chamber, at tha City Hall, to pnythelr trlbnta. of respect to tht memory of tht late William J. fitoM, who died at hU farm on Thursday last. Nearly ovary member of tho bar wu present. Jadgea Fisher and YVylla, of tht Dlstrlet Supreme, tad Jodgo Dunlop, of tht lata Circuit Court, wtro present. wMf- Join,Jf"bBrJ,w" o tho ehair, and William It. Woodward chosen secretary. A aommlttae, consisting of Messrs Joseph II. Bradlsy, Sf , Win. Redln, Wm. B. Webb, Uoh Caperton, and J. 0. Kennedy, wort appoint! to drift resolutions In respect to tho memory of tbo deceased. Tho oommlttM hating retired, rotornod and re portod a preamble, setting forth tho many rood qualities of tho deceased, hli usefulness ai alaw yer. Ao , with tb following resolutions) which wtro unanimously adoptod: 1. Ruolved, That wo fttl with dttp Sensibility tht Io...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1866

THE, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MQRNiyGK SEPIEMBER 3., 1866. w ; IJationnV gcjmMifau. MONDAY MORNING:::: trr.EEPTBMBER 3, 1S66. CUUnCH DIRECTORY. CATBOMC. Tkt oldatt Catholic) chureh U St. Patrick's, on V Stmt north, corner of Tonih ttrttt west, ono qui WMt from Iho Patent Offlo odtfioo. Bar. J. A. Walt, pastor; Rot. P. F. MeCarthj, a tiUnt, St. PoUr'l Ohnrta. Capitol JIM, about three quire from tha lontbout earner of the Capitol fronndc Err. Mr. BojIb If tho pastor. 81. MaUhaw' Church, corner of Fifteenth and H itrtoU, ft abort distance north from tht Stat Dopnrtiptnt. Putor, IUt. Charles Whit, D. 1)., Br. Mr. MeNally, assistant. St. Hin'i, (German,) on Fifth, near II street. Rot. Matthlae Allg, putor. Sabbath services, 10 ft. m., and afternoon. fit. Domlnlek's Church, on tht Island, Slxlh atrtet, about equidistant Utwien tho canal and PotomM rWor. Putor, Rv. J. A. Bokol, 0. 8 1) , assistant. Ror. N. D. Young, 0. S. D.f Ktr. J. U. Lynch, 0. 8. D.i Rot. II. P. Balpb, 0. S. D.( Ror....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 September 1866

,l m Tlffi'NAHONAL REPUBLICAN i .. PUBU3HKD DAILY. RATM Of ADVMTIiWO. Oil qun.Hro day... M 00 Ottaqtar, ftmf day I M Oa Krt f" ' OMqur,ilxTi . f M Eraryotharday AdTtrtlMBMU, 00 p? ml. addl tlouaJ. rwlt wik UtmUnmiU, U ft Mat tf ituoftu. BdltorUl BtUMI U Mitt par 111. ah UMltlOI. Looal oUoa M mbU Vr 111, nii laaartloa. A4TrUMBM iidtrtli hoadaof Waa ta. For 4lfcrrKmt(Ltlui4roaBtftiUMrtloa((M Mat mi flaoj nbaoqiaat laaortloa half prla. U life M loo ooaatltuu a tqaar. AdTartiaomaU aoall b kudo la trafor ata t'olo-tkp at. W$t THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN i i PUBLISHED DAILY. i atrai wiwrnwar nwvtrmtsaiM i U piVUihad arary moralaf (laadays aptal) f W J. Mfbtaob 4 Co ,Wo. til VUtfc itraai.aad la faraia4 ta abaarlbara (by aarrtara) at Tfaaatd pa aaaath. , n all amaarlbara, W.00 par bbbbbi 14.00 far aU oatU aad 1 00 far tkraa aioalha, imwarUAtf tn atf tMa, PiTa aoptaa eaa yaar, tu, OOj Ha(la aoplaa, S aaata. TH1 WIIKLT ATlOHlvL UTUBUCAJT la pablUhadartry Friday aaaralaf t Oaa aopy aaa yW It 00 1 ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4,' 1866. J I t : gjtatfomil gtpttMirntfc Woalxlnaton City. X. O. W. J. MUBTAOU ft CO., PUBUSUERa 8. P. HAK800M. EDITOtl. TDBSDAT M0BiaSO::::!,RPTlMBBR 4, 18M. THE LINCOLN AD JOBNRON POLICY Or RESTORATION WH 1MB CHARGED .FRONT 'ANIB. ARANtONEn THE PRINCI PLES OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, ANDREW JOHNSON OR HIS REVILERST The charge has 0 often been made by the rctllcra or Akdejw Joiixiox that he has do erted the party that elected him Vice Pres ident, and basely abandoned its principles, that toe propose to refer to the record and show that President Jouxaoii stands by those principles, and that his rerilers are the trai tors are the men who bare basely deserted -tho principles of the Republican party, and are now trying to humbug and deceive the American people by the cry of " traitor," " usurper," &c, when In reality they are the real traitors and usurpers. In July, 1861, the first practical question touching the doctrine of recons...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 September 1866

THE NAIIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY- MOttNfNG. . 8EPTEMBER 4. 1866. Stttrfttiiw, IiOOAIi MiJWg. Boakd or Atonau. The Board met tart Tlog at th. ninal hour lit redden!, T. B. llojl, Id th ekilr. Piwrat Hum Nojel, Ednunaton, Barr, Own, Olren, Qallok, and Mo Cathraa. Ik Ohalf bM Defer, tna Board a oommnnlea Uoafftmtba Major announcing hli approial of entalaMtt Alio, a aommnnleatlon from Mr. Randolph Coila, WaUr Kaflitrar, aamllttng to th. Board a plan (of abridge oftr Ilbor erS, at II street north, In oompltanoa with a molntion of th Board dirootlM Mr. Coyle to prepare such plan. He estimates the eoftoftbbrfdnftttl0,0ii.50. Itifsrred to the Cotn-alttee on Improvements. The Chair alio laid bafn-a th Tinvt Mr.mn.1. cation from Hr. Owen Thorn, ehalrman of the eom mlttee of the Young Han't National Union Clob, transmitting tha fbllovilnr rosolntlopi adopts at a recent meeting of tha Clan: Rolv$Jt That a committee of nine beappolnte4 by tha Pmld.nt of thU Clab to maka suitable svr mnrementa fo...

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

THE NAT30NAI. REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1886. I, f; I;itinii;il gttpiiMitliu. TUEflDAYMORWDfOi:;::: 8BPTBMBER1 , UM. OIICRCH DIRBCTORY. CATHOLIC 'lha titbit Catholic ehtreh It St. PatricVi, on y itreet north, ooner of Tenth ttroot waff, oat aqaare wett from tha Patent Offlee adlfioe. Rer. J. A. TT alter, pMtorf IUt. P. F. McCarthy, Ba ll I tetlt, fit. Peler'i Chueh. CeptUl HU1, abont threa qaarat from la toathtact corner of tha Capitol gronnda. Br. Mr. Boyle Ii tha putor. St. Maithaw'i Charoh, corner of Fifteenth and It atraata, abort dittaoca north from the State Department. Pattor, IUt. Charlea White, D. D., Bor. Mr. McNalty, aiilitant. St. Mary'i, (German,) on Fifth, near II itreet. Hot. Metthloi Allg, pMtor. Sabbath services, 101 a. m. and afUrnoon. fit. Domlnlok'i Ohnrch. on the IiUnd, Sixth ttroot, about equidistant between tbo canal and Potomac rim. Paitor, Rt. J. A. Bokel, 0. S. I) , Militants, IUt. N. D. Young, 0. S. D j IUt. J. II. Lynch, O. B. D.j Rtr. II....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1866

.THE NATIONAL RRPUJCAN batm or jnsmno. um qiutkrMin'Mii l.tt 00 "f l to 100 um l, Wat iim W7tJUt47,UTwMHtto,o n Mat W4I attHMsX. IIUMUI MUM M MR fn 111. NM UMrtlOft. v A4TKNMteMitlirmUuthkM4ifWMU,roT AvrtliMftU oml'lt(kMl4 U UfonftiM v umi nwimi. PBOrOSAlJfli -V )R0P.0SAia.F0H CORN MEAL Ofvtn Divot OoKvMiifforBvMam it SatlM ProMatU, U daplti inuHfjii i LT.HDUnbtt A. 1WUL tillAUluk h fA fttraiaiiff ta atoUUiM " DcptrtaMt with Ml tk -yvi .nr nanir mm iuu w UmW, IMS. kktU tb 1st of JkiurrjlMT , - Tbt K.U t b dllTra4 u th OoTmaut Wit BffnMlBQMrffttowaorkltba Wharf or KkUrokd D poljl WkabUftok. D. G.. at inch tlmM aad !! JttaiUtlM M lBj 0TWkMMt MT dlrwL fclttr JlM .ThaGoralfaaltoU daltand I. good, milbu banali.aaeh eoatalalac oa kaadrtd aad BliMy-ilx (196) poiidij to b foal croaad, tad ef ibaatabU qtkUtr kkd will U Ii MTM. Parmtat will fckiaadalk aeafaadi MU)0.mra meat may fnralik for dlabaraanaaU Blda natl b addrtf d to tka tadaralf aad, at H. 1X3 QM alratt. tkdartad "Prop! for Coti Ifa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1866

IflE NATIONAL, REPTOLICAy, WEDNESDAY MORNING; SEPTMBm 67 1866 rt l' 1 r . . ,1 , 1 ii n A i ii i i ffj ' )' t'Hi ' awB t ptioti.il jUpttMiran. -anhlnirtoii City, D. c W.XMURTAOH CO., PUBLISHERS. " a P. HAN8C0M, EDITOR. TTKDHE80AT MORHIHQ, SEPTEMBER , !St. 'A CeXTKHTION IN LEADING- NTKIXGS. "It "appears that tie contention of the so- calttd southern loyalists at Philadelphia Is lfkejy to be relieved of Its chief responsibil ities by (he action of lbs fond friends at the North. A contention of loyal Governor! and ei-Qovcrnor h&i taken from their shoulders the terrible mflUtone of negro suffrage, by declaring that they coaldn't ap prove of action en the part of the conven tion in 1U favor. How kind in those old flesh-pot school master! to hold a meeting for ihe instruction of the bread-and-batter boys giving them not only their lessons bnt holding up to their view a good-sized switch to show them how Mitigation might be visited upon them should they give looso reins to their radica...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1866

Rational JUpfctanv COXRKTATITB AftXY AND NAYT ChIOW. Tke resTaUr weekly Meeting of tha Conservative Amy ud Havy Union wee held lut eronlng In tfa hOouMU eatober at tke City Hallf Ue Vlee Prest "dent. Col, J mm A. Till, 'a U nnalr, and Lieut. . Wallet eeeretary. OoL Tali, on Uktog the ehalr, thnk4 lb Awoolftilon for lb t koner conferred wfow torn M tke ImI beetles;, and sM ho accepted 'Ik position, knowing thit there; wu work for the AmooUIIoh to do to aid In harmonising lh feeling In oil parts of tie eonntry. .The euw wu s. Mod - ono, end with such leader M Andrew Johnson -their work would bo sueoeesruL Tbo mlnatot of tbo previous meeting baring been read and op prorud, Lieut Gooding; from tbo o am m It tee to so loot offieett or tbo Association, rtportod tbo names of Ue following gentlemen as officers, and on no tion, thy woro elected. Vlea President--Brevet Capt. A. C. Warren. 111. Sergt. John H. Thompson, Ohio; Lieut, Q. Q. Bleb toOnd, Malnei Lieut. H. Clay Gooding. Indiana opt. ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6. 1866. I" y ntiml tfWUm tfgpj NJHDAT MOW WO, BIPTIBtBER ft, 18. CHURCH DIRKOTORY. CATBOLIO., ' Tn4t CataolU eh. U SL TetricVs, on strl north, toratr of Tenth street west, on MunwNtfrmtk Patent Ofl wdiflM. Rt. J A. Walt, paatotj IUt. P. V. McCarthy, a eu rut' bkuth, Capita nin, aboit thr iqiHMfrMlfal NBlAMtt tOTW of lb Cpl.Ol gim4s.' Bejr. Mr. Boyla if th pastor. 81. XUtws Ck.wh, corner of Fifteenth and Hbtmtifti short dlstaaoa north from.tht Stat iHpurtmnt, Faster, IUt. Chart WUU, D. D.( Bar? Mr. MeNally, aaatstaot. fllMasVa, (OmuJiB Flflb, near H street. Hot. Matthias AHf, pastor. Sabbath servlcei, 10 t. m t and afUrnooo. m, ivoiwuqp unarm., on to satana, diiid street, aboat qatitstaat between th eanat aad nwnii irvr. ruior, ttv. i a. aotti, v.&u, astfsUataReT. N. D. Yean;, OS.D IUt. J. II. Lyneh. 0. B. D ( Rev. II. P. Ralph. 0. S. D.j IUr. . 0. CalL O. a. ft. St. AIojsIbs .TMs ipUodld Umpla li on North .Capitol atrt, corn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 September 1866

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 September 1866

r. ft! I'l' gtataal UjroMiran. 'WiMHlnvton Cltye I. O. W; J. MUBTAGH A CO., PTJBLIBUKRa a P. nANSOOM, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNIMO-:i SEPTEMBER 8. 1888. THE PREMDEHTfi BPEECIIES. The ordeal through which Tnt I'sksidxxt Ii passing on his journey to the West has brought out In stronger relief than ever be fore the salient features of his noble char acter. It Is true that his speeches do not suit the critics of the radical persuasion. They find fault with his rhetoric and con demn his style, but their attempts to combat his logic are utter failures. Tin President goes forth to meet the people In all frank ness and sincerity, and if, in any part of the country, some of the people forget what is due to his official position and their own self respect, if any portion of them become the agents of designing demagogues in making bitter assaults upon the Chief Magis trate, they must not complain if his rebukes to them are as sharp as a two-edged sword. One thing Is certain, the great heart of the...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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