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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 May 1861

V v . ( taprj"T -y r'tofM ' v-i- - H 'TTftUPJT LOCAL NEWS. NotIcf. Persons residing In tlie seventh ward will hereafter pay their subscriptions to Mr. James K. Given, who is our authorized agerjt for that ward. I Our Georgetown subscribers will hereaf ter le served regularly wllh the paper, by Z. Hunt, who is our authorised agent, and to him all subscriptions will hereafter ba paid. MtJSIO AT TDG PrISIDEN't's G HOUNDS. There will be a musical concert at the President's Grounds this afternoon, commencing, as usual, at 5, and closing at 7 P. M. It is expected that the excellent hand attached to the Rhode Island regiment will perform on that occasion. The mere announcement of this fact will, we have no doubt, be sufficient to insure n largo turnout of bolh old and young. Bevijew of the New Jerset Troops. At an early hour yesterday afternoon, the different regiments of the New Jersey troops, recently arrived, were drawn up in position on Penn sylvania avenue, preparatory to their procee...

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. — 8 May 1861

-i-i, "5W" -rvsr i-- - via.. , ' f"-r ' WST UW 11 .-,' OFFICIAL. Triaiubt J)iPAnTUiKT, atyni 29, 1801. SKALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Department, until 12 o'clock noon of Tliu sJ ty, ' the 30th day of May next, unless (bo whole amount offered be sooner taken at par, far thir teen million! nine hundred and seventy-eight thousand dollari of Stock of tho United Statu, under the act of Congress approved 22d June, 1800, authorising ft loao, and providing for the redemption of Treasury notes. This stock will bear Interest at the rate of six per cent, per an num, payable semi-annually, on the first dajs of January and July In each year, and will be re imbursable in ten years from the first day of Jan uary last. No otter, by the terms of the act, can be ac cepted at less than par, pr for any fraction of one thousand dollars ; nor can any ouVr bo consid ered unless one per cent, of the amount thereof be first deposited with the Treasurer of the United States, or either of the Assi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 May 1861

- ? f 3 "" "i 1 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PDBLI8HED EVERY MORNING, (ICKIUTJ IXntXTED,) - Oo Bev .b itrect, near E, opposite (lit flm-ial Pott Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE 4 CO. To citj lubieribert ill and a qiurUr cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and flflj Cents per annum, payable In advance. -. .- RATES OP ADVERTISING. One squire, three days $1,00 On square, four days l.js One square, live days 1.60 One square, tli days ,. i.f One square, two-seeks v , j.TJ , One square, three weeks ", s.60 Ooo square,-one month , 4,00 One square, three montbg 10.00 One square, ill montht , 18.00 One square, one year v S0.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; oncoa week advertisement charged as new for each Imerttoti. Inserted oily once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten line's or less constitute a square. afiixtral tdnaftnt Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 May 1861

( H Poblkattoo Offlc, eorsw of Indian Tnn ud 8eond ttrt. Depot tor Mlofpupeiioti 8vutti iroel.opposiiu lb Gort Ptt Office. rUBUBHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. flIOROK U. WESTON', Kdllor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, Kay 0, 1861. Exicctitk Appointments. The President has made the following appointment i Thomas Carberry, Nicholas Caltan, and John B. Hollingshead, justice of the peace for the county of Washington. James M. Fletcher, of Md., register of the land office at Vancouver, Washington Terri tory. George B. Lincoln, postmaster at Brooklyn, n.y. James C. Sloo, surveyor of customs for the port of Cairo, 111. JThe exact vote last week in Washington county, Maryland, at a special election for del egate to the Legislature, was for Mr. Fiery, the Union candidate, 3,952 votes scattering 132 votes. m ISf The secession leaders in Maryland will be under a political ban during the remainder of their natural lives. Many of them will re tire to " Dixie's Land." Jk9 We are indebted to Russell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 May 1861

f I LOCAL NEWS. Bemsadsj to Major Axdersox. About lialf past nioe o'clock on Tuesday night, tbo band attached to the New York twelfth regiment, ac companied by their friends, proceeded to Wil lards' Hotel, where Major Anderson m stop ping, Tor the purpose of giving him a lercnade. After repented culls for Major Anderaon, he appeared, and addreued the company assembled as follow) I " Fellow citizen : I thank yon for this general ontbarat of enthusiasm, bnt you mnat not ex pect a speech.. My business is not to apeak; my business Is to act." After the rendering of several airs from the band, and repeated calls for him again, he ap peared, and said: " Gentlemen : Mr business is not to speak. The time for speaking has passed. I mnst now try and do -something." Afte which, repeated calls were made for theband to play "the Star spangled Banner," which they did, nd, when the crowd were about to cheer, the Major appeared on the balcony, and motioned them to stop, which they did, and, at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 May 1861

V V AJ - , n , rl - . a . 1- .!. '"-"- '. ' '..I.-..'' " ii " fVt !) f a. tlfc- M..,v"T.,vxr r- i -('.1 ! mi. ... if ii. I ''DJfclJU H " !'; ,V ,!"'., I llll)iaill SMSIMeMaegaaaiailfraMliaiy it. "Ball 6tores," "Candlei," &c-1801-'62. Natt Diiuuthixt, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, April 17, 1801. P PROPOSALS, leeled, and endorsed " Offer for Small Stores," or " Offe r for C.indlos," or "Offer for Salt-water So p," or " On"r for Mus Urd Seed.Black Pepper," ic, as the mm may be, will be received at thia Buretu unlit 9 o'clork A. V., on the Slat day of My next, for furnishing and delivering (oo reci tvlng twenty day' notice) atth United Statei nary yards, atCbarleitown, Massachusetts ; Brooklyn, New York; and Gos port, Virginia, luch quantities only of the follow log article! (excepting the salt-water toap and the eandlet, for each of which separate proposal! and contracts will be made) ai may be required or ordered from tbe contractor by the chief of this Bureau, or by the res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 May 1861

t; P'tsyy" "v, THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY HORNING, (ruvdats iirtrrm,) On 8e ih Btrert, near B, oppo.it. tba 8rn:rl Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPIIANE & C0; TBRilS. To clt lubicrlberi ilz and a quarUr etnU per week, payable to the carrlcn. To mall subscriber., tbrct dollar! and Sflj cents par annum, payable la advance. SSafioctM RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three Uji ...$1.00 One iqu&re, four dnjg , ijj One gqtiare, five days. i,bo One square, elz days i,5 One square, two weeks 3,Tt Oue square, three weeks 8.M One square, one month...... 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, sit months 16.00 One square, one year 80.00 Krery other daj advertisements, fifty per oeat additional ; once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent a lino. Church and other notices, and want, twenty fire cent for each Insertion. Ten line or less constitute a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1861. No. 139. ffF- lM$M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 May 1861

Tr --'- spll '' u w M M 1 M E 1 o tl Of 7 I i I (I-" 1 1 I kfc Iti I 1 r ti PnbIleUon Offlc, cornr of IndluM arena md Second trotL Depot for m1 ot papen on EflTenth ilreet, opposite tit 0aru rott Offlee. PUBLISHED BY U CLEPHANE A CO. . .. i. i OEOHOE U. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL RErUBLICAN. Friday, Hay 10, 1861, Executive Appointments. The President yesterday made the following appointments : J. C. Havens, postmaster at Chicopeo, Mas sachusetts. W. H. De Costa, postmaster at Charlestown, Massachusetts. Jacob Lancaster, postmaster at Burlington, New Jersey. James B. Hallock, postmaster at Middletown, New York. John N. Welch, register of the land office at Chatfield, Minnesota. 19 The Star mentions the additional fail ure of Burke & Herbert, bankers of Alexan dria; also, that the State revenue "from mer chants' licenses has fallen off there one half. The New York Evening Post gires the statement of a flour merchant, who was im pressed into the South Carolina service, to the effect ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 May 1861

- ( fUU '?& r-7.s -: 1 fr LOCAL NEWS. Asmval or Tiioors dt Way or Baltimore. A largo train of cars armed about two o'clock this morning, bringing one regiment of artil lery from Philadelphia, and five companies of United Stales infantry, with Sherman's linht battery front Minnesota. They passed through Baltimore, and wcro received in the most wel come manner by tho people, who cheered them u they passed through tho streets. The President's Reception. President Lincoln's reception to tho commissioned offi cers, now in the city, and their families, last night, was very largely attended, nearly all the military officers now here being present. The President and his lady were both present, and looking exceedingly well. Among tho most prominent was tho gallant Major Anderson, who seemed to be in excellent health and spirits, and was heartily greeted by his many friends. Col. Lamon. the new Marshal, assist ed by Dr. Blake, Commissioner of Public Buildings, performed tho duties of intr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 May 1861

5.'l' -.'.V 5W" 'i--- I tl v M 5 ti . x t o 1 1 I J. I 9 ' " t I If f i , ( b ' Ah ; ; 'I; h JV I :, f P !-. I '. If ' I I - t tawmnato Pimm mw rioi 1 th Mplontton of the North raclflc, China teu, and DehrltiK itrtlti .1,879 CO For tiit cotnpeniatlon of tho nincrlntcDdcntof th naral attronomloit rxpodltlon to CUM, KroTlded bjrtli act of March third, eighteen undrH and Afty-one, rntlilcd " An act mak ing appropriation! for thr cnr rndinf th thir tieth of Jun,elghteen hundred and Art) two," from the tevrnternll. Heptcmuer, elghte'it hundred and fifty Ave Indefinite Forthe construction lor the UnltrdtiiatetNarjr, at a early a day at practicable, hating due rr fard to efficiency and economy, aeren ateam screw aloopa-of war, of the second data, aa resaela are rated In tua Nary, with lull ateam power, whose greatest drauxlit of water altall not exceed fourteen feet, which aloope thai) cumblna the heaviest armament and greatest petd compatible wJth their character and tonnage... .7. 1,000,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 May 1861

v BasassjseeBsVJsVjsVjsVJsVjsVJBaaBs" THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MOBNIHG, ' (SBNDAYB EXCEPTED,) RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, tbree dayi , $1.00 One iquare, four dayi 1.2S One iquare, flro dayi, 1.60 One square, itx dayi l.f S One iquare, two weeks l.Tt One iquare, three weeks 3.50 One iquaft, one month 4.00 One iquare, three xnonthi .'. 10.00 One iquare, ilx month i J (.00 Onetquare, one year 30.00 Erery other day adTertUemenU, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week adrertliementi charged as new for each luierttoa. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. ' Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each insertion. Ten lines or leu constitute a iquare. On Bere h itrttt, near R, oppoilta th Acsinl Pott Office, bj LEWI3 GLEPHANE & CO. To city inbicrlben llx and a quarter e.nts per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, tbree dollart and fifty Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1861. No. 140. pent! per annum, payable In adra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 May 1861

Publication Office, corner of Indiana arenas and Second street. Drpot Tor tnle of paper on Seventh Btreet, opposite Um General Itt Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. otoitOE 11. WKSTOK, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, May 11, 1801. OFFICIAL. By the President of the United Statu of America. H A PROCLAMATION. Whereat an insurrection exists in the Stats, of Florid, by which the live, liberty, and property of loyal citizens of the United States are endangered : And whereat it ii deemed proper that all needful measures should be taken for the pro tection of aoch citizens, and all officers of the United States in the discharge of their public duties, in the State aforesaid : Now, therefore, be it known that I, Abraham T.iniwtln Procirlpnt nf fliA TTnitBi Rffttn. An l ---,-- "I". - "' " hereby direct tbe commander ol the forces ot the United States, on the Florida coast, to per mit no person to exercise any office or author ity upon the Islands of Key West, the Tortu gas, and Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 May 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Depaktouk or tiie Remains or Law Keyes. Yesterday morning, the members of the seventh New York regiment at Camp Cam eron muttered to witness the'depnrture of the committee with the body of the late Lav; Kcjc.i, who was killed Thursday morning by (he explosion of a musket in stack which roll by some mishap. The body was deposited in a metallic case prepared by Mr. Harvey, un dertaker, and alter a brief and appropriate prayer by Rer. Dr. Watson, chaplain or the regiment, the corpse was placed in a hearse drawn by white horses, and preceded by the attending committee, consisting of Sergeant E. 0. Kettle, C. T. Jung, E. McJemersey, J. Lamb, aud H. 0. Wolfe, the pallbearers marching each side of the hearse, the com missioned officers of the eighth company fol lowing on tho right of the company without nrms, proceeded by way of Fourteenth street, Pennsylvania avenue, and First street, to the railroad depot. AH along tho route large numbers of our citizens were gathered, who te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 May 1861

(wjcmrra ncnt mar riot. teen hundred end Arty-five SOO M For second of twenty installment for (he era ploymeiit of one superintendent of farming and two farmers, mo inillr two blacksmith, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carp nter, unit one wajron anil plow maker, per imh article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and flfty.flre 0,400 00 Tor second of twenty Installment fur keeping In repair nw and flouring mill, and fur furnish- lng the necenoary tool and Allures therefor, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and flfty.nv 400 00 Tor second of twenty In toll menu for keeping In repair the hospital, and providing the neces sary medicine and furniture there lor, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred andflftv.flve 300 00 For aeeond of twenty lustallnieut for pay of a JhyiieliD, per filth article treaty eleventh Hue, eighteen hundred and fifty five 1,400 00 For second of twenty Installment for keeping in repair the building for the varloui employe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 May 1861

y h THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, (sDM)AT3 EXCKPTID,) On Seventh street, near R, opposite the CJtnstel , Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE 4 CO. TXXI1S. To city subscribers ilx and a quarter centi per week, payablo to tbe carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cents per annum, parable In adrance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days 1.2S One square, fire days ,... l.M One square, six days 1.75 One equare, two weeks JJ.TI One square, three weeks lit. 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 adrertlsemenU charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted o&ly once, ten cent line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty flve centa for each Insertion. Ten Unci or less constitute a square. OSla&iPal . AV Ls Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1861. No. 141. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 May 1861

J fl ?! H h fubUcttlon Office, tornor of Iq.Iqa avenue and Second troeL l-i't for m! of papers on Seventh street, oppoelte the Oenenl Putt omco. PUBLISHED BY L.CLEPHANE A CO. GEORGE M. WESTO.V, Editor. i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, May 13, 1801. See, on the first page, various items of news, brought by the telegrams and -rails of Satur day. Executive Appointments. The President has made the following appointments : Joseph M. Fletcher, of Maryland, register of the land office at Vancouver, Washington Territory. Franklin Taylor, postmaster at West Ches ter, Penn. Walter Gladden, postmaster at New Britain, Conn. E. P. Hill, postmaster at Haverhill, Mass. Noell Sherman, postmaster at Wallham, Mass. Silas P. Smith, postmaster at Syracuse, N.Y. W. H. D. Corta, postmaster at Charlestown, Massachusetts. Jty- Thomas Ireland 13 been appointed postmaster at Annapolis and W. D. Jeuks at Frederick, Maryland. B& A train loaded with cattle and horses, from the Ohio river to Baltimore, was sei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 May 1861

wmmmBBgmmimmut m jt j Trsn 4 LOCAL NEWS. RiainioCsSERVICFSIITTIIE MILITARY. The twelfth New York regiment, Colonel llutter field, attended service, yesterday morning, at their camp, in Frnnkliu Square. The men were drawn up in front of the headquarter, and the exercises were commenced by singing the well known hymn " My country, 'lis of thee." After a fervcut prayer, in which the blessing of God was invoked on them and all soldiers who had been called from their homes to discharge the duty which they owe to their country, the chaplain of the regiment, Rev. Matthew Hale Smith, delivered a short and ap propriate sermon from the third chapter of St. Luke and fourteenth verse, " And the soldiers likewise demanded of him, saying, And what shall we do? And he said unto them, Do vi olence to no matij neither accuse any falsely j and be content with your wages." He drew a comparison between the twelve tribef, which bad a constitution, and were living happily to gether, but ten of whom rebel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 May 1861

fjiwr" '' " " "Vf,". 'f NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Proposals for Stationery. Omoi or ini Secretary or mi Seyate, April 22, 1861. IN PURSUANCE of the "net legalizing end making app'opriilion for nuch neceisary ob ject! as bare been usually Included In the gen eral appropriation bills without authority of law, and to 61 and proTide for certain Incidental ex pensea of the Departments and ulticea of the Got eminent, and (or other purposes," approved the 26th of Augait, 1842, sealed proposali will be received at this office until 10 o'clock A. U., on Monday, the 20th of May next, for furnishing the following articles of stationery for the use or the Senate, twA articlst to be of the very best quality, and to be approred by the Sec etary, Tit : Class. Mo. 1. 600 sheets prepared parchment, 16 by 22 inches square, of the rery best qual ity, per sheet. 2. 2 reams engrossing paper, rery smooth and thick, 26 by 19 inches when trimmed, per ream. 3. SO reams cartridge paper, rery to-gh, and with rery ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 May 1861

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHER EVERY MORHING, (SUNDAYS EICtPTKD,) Ob Sevejih timet, near B, opposite tVie fltnral Post Office, by ' LEWIS CIiEPnANK A CO. TERMS. ' To city subscribers )x and a quarter cents per week, payable to tho carrier). , To mall subscriber!, tbre dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payable la advance. C RATES OP ADVERTISING. - Ono square, three day! $1.09 One quare, four daji , ,j,n Ono square, Are days , ..,. uso Ono square, six days 1,75 Ono square, two week! , J.tl One square, three weeks 8.50 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six month! .7. 16.00 One aquare, one year.. 80.00 Every other day adrertlsemenU, fifty per cent, additional; once a week adTcrtiscments charged aa new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent Una, Church and other notices, and want!, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Z) ito cS o Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1861, No. 142. OX s PART...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 May 1861

sac Publication Office , corner of InJUna arena and Second tract. Popot for ante of papera on Seventh alreetf opposite ILa General roit Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE 4 CO. SEOROE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL HEPUBLICAN. Tuesday, May 14, 1881. On the day previous to the capture of the insurgent in Oen. Frost a camp, twenty one hundred Union men of St. Louis, of the " Home Guard " regiments, were sworn into the national service and armed from the national arsenal. St. Louis is impregnable against all assaults of the conspirators. 19 An Alabama regiment, 1,ICC strong, is reported to have arrived at Norfolk last Thurs day. tST " Fioneer," who sends us a second com munication to-day, is Dr. Elijah White, whoso early services to the Government and country in Oregon are so well known. Few men un derstand better the subject which he treats. t&- We are authorized to state that the fine band of the Rhode Island regiment will per form in the President's grounds on Wednesday evening next,...

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