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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 May 1861

XOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. The Board met at the usual hour, the President in the chair. A communication was received from the Major, stating that he had approved a bill to facilitate the preparation of tho tax,books. Also, a statement of tho indebtedness of the corporation; exclusive of the funded debt, show ing the amount to be (92,667.60. Also, the statement of the account with the Bank of Washington, showing a balance due the bank of (868.84. Also, nominating Richard Howe, Daniel Me Cann, William Kiernan, Thomas L. Barch, Jo seph Z. Williams, 'Edward Short, and Thomas Crehan, police officers, in place of J. Browers, W. Neal, J. II. Irvin, J. Flaherty, O. M. Thomp son, J. M. Thornton, and Richard Evans, who have rcsigjicJ, or left tlje citj ; referred to the Committee on Police. Several petitions were received, and appro priately referred. The retrenchment bill was taken up, and re ferred to the Finance Committee. A communication was received from the board of t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 May 1861

ffiVjPksr' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. -'--f g Proposals for Stationery. Ornci or tiis SicninaYor Tni Sixati, April 22, 1861. IN PURSUANCE of the "act legalising and miking appropriation! Tor nucti necessary ob ject m have been usually Included in tbe gen eral appropriation bills without authority of law, and lo fix and provide for certain'lucldental ex penses of tbe Department! and offices of the Gov ernment, and for other purpose!," approTtii the 26th of Anguit, 1842, lealtd proposa.il will be recelred at thil office until 10 o'clock A. M., on Monday, the 30th of May next, for furnlahlog the following articles of stationery for tb uie of tbe Senate, tuck articles to bt of the very Ittt quality, and to be approred by the Secietary, rlx : Claw. No. 1. 500 sheets prepared parchment, 16 by 22 inches iquare, of tbe rery best qual ity, per sheet. 1. I reams engrossing paper, rery smooth and thick, 26 by 18 inches when trimmed, per ream. 3. 10 reams cartridge paper, rery to"gb, and with rery sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 May 1861

' ' I J .' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KXCEfTtD,) On Beve l.h itreet, near K, opposite the General rout Office, by LEWIS GLEFHANB & CO. RATES OP ADVERTISING. , One K0m'i three dayi $1.04 One tqnare, four days . 135 One square, (ire days , ;.... 1.50 One square, six dayi 1.7(1 One square, two weeks , J.75 One square, three weeki 3.60 One tqnare, one month 4.00. One iijnaro, three monthi 10.00' One square, itz monthi 16.00 One square, one year ,30.00 Every other day adTertliementf, fifty per oent. additional ; once & week advertisements charged as new for each insertion. Inierted only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notlcei, and wantf, twenty fire cent for each Imertlon. Ten line or leu conitttnte a iqnare. 3Sffiin?al N. ttmxxmt TERMS. To city tubicrlbeti ill and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cent per annum, payable In adrance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 May 1861

. & FnbncaUon Oflloe. corner of Indiana avenne and Second street Depot for tale of ipert on SevcnthJBjetai opposite U General rott Office. sral rott Office. W PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. OEOROE VI. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL 11EPUULICAN. Wednesday, May 15, 1861. We hare been requested to state that, "In consequence of more important matters oc cupying tie attention of tbe heads of Depart ments, no personal applications for civil offices will for tbe present be entertained. 1&-A "gentleman just from Memphis," reported at Chicago, on Saturday, that there were 30,000 men concentrated at Memphis, for the purpose of attacking Cairo, which wonder ful piece of information was forthwith tele graphed to all parts of the United States. When these 30,000 men show themselves at Cairo, we may find out who raised them, who armed them, and who feeds them. J-Tho Frankfort (Ky.) Commonvxalth ays that Breckinridge openly advises that Kentucky elect no members of the United States House. ...

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

LOCAL NEWS. TnB Miutaby Encampments. We jester day paid a flying visit to tho vutioua military encampments around the city, and found the aoldiers all snugly stowed, and the rules of camp life being followed out to the letter. Close by tbo Insane Asylum are tho " Pet Lambs," nho seem to bo greatly in love with their new quarters. The men are all orderly and obedient to their commanding officers, and are rapidly improving la drill. They are all "spoiling for a fight," however, and, if there is any fighting to be done, desire to be tho first called Into the field. The first and second Connecticut regiments (the latter of which arrived yesterday afternoon) are getting along finely at their encampment, near. Glcnwood, considering the very short time they have had, as yet, in which to get things to rights. Tho quarters for the Rhode Island regiment aro being prepared near this camp, anil a portion of them are already on the ground. The remainder will probably leave for tho grounds during...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 May 1861

SG r m NATIONAL EErUBLICAN. Proposali for Stationery. Orricx or Tin Secretary Tim Shuts, April 22, 1861. IN PURSUANCE of Ibe "act legalizing and making appropriation! for auch necessary ob ject! ai hare been usually Included In the gen eral appropriation bills without authority of law, and to fix and provide fur certain Incidental ex pense! of the Departments and office of the Gov ernment, and for other purposes," approved the 26th of August, 1812, sealed proposals will be received at this office until 10 o'clock A. M., on Monday, the 20th of May next, for furnliblog the following articles of stationery for the us of the Senate, tueh artielts to be of thi very best qualify, and to be approved by the Secretary, viz Class. No. 1. 600 sheets prepared parchment, 16 by 22 Inches squaie, of the very best qual ity, per sheet. 2. 2 reams engrossing paper, very smooth and thick, 20 by 10 inches when trimmed, per ream. 3. 10 reams cartridge paper, very to-gh, and with very smooth surface, 28 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 May 1861

RATES OF ADVERTISING. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN . ' IS TOBLISHKD EVERY MORNIMG, , (la'XIllYJ KXCIPTED,) On Beve uh arret, ncarJ3, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLKPHANE A CO. TERMS. To city subscribers ilx and a quitter cents per week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, three doll an and fifty cent per annum, payable in adTance. Kvfo One square, three dajs $1.00' One square, four duja 1.25 One squarr, nve day l.ou Onersquarc, six days 1.7ft One square, two vieeks 2.15 One square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one month ..a... 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 18 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 only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1861. No. 144. THE KENJBLICAN ERA...

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

i i iffcr r"L , PnbUcatlon Office, eornr of Indiana avenna and Bocond stTMl. Depot for tile of papora cm Seventh street, opposite) tin Central rut OmM. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. GEORGE U. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, Kay 16, 186L k 19 See on the outside, telegraphic and other new. JB&"The Maryland Legulature adjourned on Tuesday, over to the 4th of June, after appoint ing commissioners to advise with tho Presi dent, the QoTernor of Virginia, and Jeff. Davis. JSsTThe New York city bank statement for the week ending May 11, shows thirty-eight millions of specie, being an increase of three fourths of a million during the week. S&"The Richmond Examiner of last Satur day, reports large numbers of self exiled Mary land secessionists, in Virginia, offering their services to tho conspirators. More will go, and Maryland will be glad to get rid of them. S- The Washington correspondent of the K. T. Post reports that Col. (late Major) An derson believes that t...

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

MM .--rifPBfIHCIXfl. . .-j . L LOCAL NEWS. Tux Distkict Military, The volunteers of the District havo been merged Into batlal iona. and field nffipt-rs Annninted to each. ' Firet Battalion, Georgetown, Major J. Mo ll. Uollingsworth. Company A, Anderson Ri fle!, Captain Rodier; Home Guard, Captain Goddard; Potomac Light Guard, Captain Boyd) Andrew Johnson Guards, (first ward,) Captain McBlair. Second Saltation, Major J. Gray Jewell. Henderson Guards, Captain Foxwell; Compa ny A, Union Regiment, Cantata Carringtonj Company B, Captain Kelly ; Company D, Captain McClelland, Company E, (Watson Guards,) Captain Callan. Third Saltation, Major J. B. Smead. National Hides, Lieutenant Davia command ing Company F, Union Regiment, Captain Fletcher; Slemmer Guards, Captain Knight) Cameron Guards, Captain Elder. Fourth Satiation, Lieutenant Colonel Lem uel Towers. Company A, Washington Light Infantry, Captain Williams ; Company E, (Zou aves,) Captain Powell; Washington Light Guard, Captain Marks ...

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

wfiviinMKKemi mrsmmmm&MmmmmmmiK saMaeBawraHacaBSBMBaoascWBCBcBaaaccBBBBBBBBaaawBaBeeaaaaaaBaaaBc NATIONAL HErUBLICAN. K Proposals for Stationery. Of riei or tui Secretary or mi Ssxati, April 22, 1861. IN PURSUANCE of the " net legalizing nd making appuprltion for anch necorsary ob jects at have been usually Included in the gen eral appropriation bills without authority of law, and to fix and provide for certain 'Incidental ex penses of the Department! and offices of the Gov ernment, and lor other purposes," approved the 28th of August, 1842, sealed proposals will be received at this office until 10 o'clock A. M., on Monday, the 20lh of Mar next, for furnishing the following articles of stationery for the use of the Senate, tuck artitlti to be of the very beet quality, and to be approved by the Secretary, vli : Class. Mo. 1. 000 sheets prepared parchment, 16 by 22 inches square, of tho rery best qual ity, per sheet. 2. 2 reams engrossing paper, rery smooth and thick, 20 by 18 Inc...

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

RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days , $1.00 On square, four1 days 1.29 18 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, One square, fire days 1.MI One square, six days l.T1 One square, two weeks 3.18 (SBSriATS SXCSTTFtl.) Oq 8et ..h treot, nsar K, opposite Iho 0neral Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE A CO. r TERMS. To city subscribers li and a quarter cdU per week, payable to tbo carriers. To mall subscriber!, tbree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. One sqnare, tnree weexs o.ou One square, ono month , 4.00 One square, tbree months 10.00 Oie square, six months 16.00 One square, one year ..30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per oent, odlltional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, tea cent it line. Church and other notices, and wants, twwty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or lees constitute a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1861. No. 145. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN For lbs X.tlonal Itopublcaa, THE FL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 May 1861

rnblicaUon Offlo, corner of Indiana avonne and Second street Depot Tor Nile of papers on Fetenlta street, opposite tin General rol Cmke PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. OGOROR M WESTON-, Editor NATIONAL EErUBLIOAN. Friday, May 17, 1861. Exlccthe Appointments. The President has appointed Rensalear Ackley, to be post muter at Rondout, N. Y., and Friend W. Smith, to be postmaster at Bridgeport, Conn. Jfr See outside, for telegraphic and other Sr" At Baltimore, the brokers disconnt Vir ginia money at 10 a 12, and North Carolina at 12 per cent. Gold can be bought at 1J premium. Kb?" The Europa, at New York, brought one hundred and twenty-Are thousand dollars in specie. tf On Wednesday, General Butler ordered the release of John II. Spencer, who had been confined & week at Annapolis. The reason as signed by General B., is the cordial reception of his troops by the Baltimoreans, and his con sequent " anxiety to remote all possible cause of offence." (& Major Cunningham, Paymaster Uni...

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

: LOCAL NEWS.. AnniTALor thk First Michman Keoimekt and Otiilr SflLMLitH The Michigan First Rifle ltegiment, Colonel Wilcox, tminbering 780 men, Arrived last evening about ten o'clock, and inarched lo Woodward's building, near tho corner of Eleventh alrcct anil Pennsylvania avenue. Aa they marched Ui with their Gne band of twenty-five pieces, playing the national airs, the; were greeted with unbounded ap plause. " The; left Michigan on Monday last, and topped at Camp Slifcr on Wednesday night. The men are neatly uniformed, with blue jack ets and pants, and blue caps. The regiment numbers ten companies, the most of whom are from Detroit, Adriau, and Jackson. The officers are Colonel Wilcox, Lieutenant Colonel Comstock, Major Bidwell, Adjutant Fairbanks, Quartermaster Gray, Surgeon Brus j, and Assistant Surgeon Smith. Tho companies are commanded by Captains Lum, Writhington, Whittlesey, Roberts, Hub bard, Clarkson, Butterworth, Oraves, Roth, and Abbott. In the same train the Carbondal...

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

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. . - 'L. . Proposals for Stationery. Ornci or tbi AscaiTAtror tn Sivats, April 35, 1801. IN PURSUANCE of the "net legalising unci making appropriation for such necessary ob Jecta a hare been usaally Included in the gen eral appropriation bills without authority of law, and to fix and provide for certaln'lncldental er- pentca of the Departments ana omen 01 me uov , trntntnt, and for other purposes," approved the 20th of Auguit, 1842, sealed proposals v.111 be reeelrcd at this office nntil 10 o'clock A. M., on Monday, the 20th of May next, for furnishing the ' following artlclea of stationery for the me of the Senate, sue articlet to be of the very but quality, , and to be approved by the Secietary, tIz : j Class. No. 1. BOO sheets prepared parchment, 10 by 22 incbes square, of the Tery beet qual ity, per sheet. 2. 2 reams engrossing paper, Tery smooth and thick, 26 by 19 laches, when trimmed, per ream. 3. SOteaniscartrldgo paper, Tery to"gh, and with Tery smooth s...

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

WWWW. . .t.-M. fe THE NATIONAL REPUnLICAN is published EVERY MORNING, (rundayh Rxi'itrTrf),) On Seve ,.h treet, near K, opposite the General PCjit Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & 00. r-CKjis. To city lubscrlbers itx and n quarter centi per week, payable to tbe carriers. To mail subscriber!, three dollars and 6fty cents per annum, payable In advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. h-wiiiiiiiwwi One square, three day! $1.00 One square, four days 1.2li One square, fire days , I.SO One square, six days 1.7B One square, two weeks . 2.75 One square, three weeks 3. DO One suuar, one month 4.00 One square, three months , ...10.00 One square, six months .,.'1000' One square, one year 30.00 urery otner day advertisements, titty per cent, addlilunal; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Inserlloj. lnseited oidy once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or leas constltnte a square. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 18,...

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

PuMkalkm Offlce, corner of Indlint kvm-os and Hernia street, lvpnt for m!o of nrrs on (Seventh "treel, orfos'te ili Gmttl Potl Office. PUBLI3I1ED 1IY L. CLEFIUNE ft CO. OEOROE It. WL8T0N, IMItor. NATCONAL KEPUBLICAN. Saturday, May 18, 1861. Letter from Harper's Ferry complain of the drunkenness of tho officers. J6t?" Ross Wlnnns was released from arrest on Monday. Jay- A company of sixty meu from Baltimore county, have offered their services to the Gov ernment, which have been accepted. Two other companies from Cockeysville (Md.) have offered to serve. 19 Ross Winans, before his release, gave his parole, not to act openly or covertly, against the United States. J09 The Governor of Massachusetts has ordered the purchase of two hundred and fifty thousmd dollars worth of arms iu Europe. Tho Governor of New York has also ordered large purchases there. JS Three regiments are to be raised in Kansas, two for three months, and one for the war. With St. Louis on this side, and Kansas on the ...

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

'f JjLm LOCAL NEWS. The Suootino Case. The examin itlon of the soldier, John Reynolds, elmreod with shoot- ing George Dcnnuon, another soldier, night before last, wits bad before Justice Dunn, nt I lie central fiuiKllioimf , yesterday motninp, Mr, w barton itpLenting lir tie delence. Mr. John CamiiMl tt si il'u d that on Thursday afternoon, nbout loiir'n'clock, the prisoner and another mun, a vcrj big man, camo into the Olubu Hotel, eti Seventh street, near the 1'titent Office, nnd culled lor drinks. They appeared to be vi r j friendly, one iluiming the other lor nis Drothcr. llio prisoner was cm leu reie Dy the other, who was called George. After drink ing, Georgo nuked Petri to pay lor the liquor. Ptto said certainly, and put down ft $5 gold piece, Petolben said, "George, you don't want mo to piy lor everything, all day J" and George aid 'Nut" mid put down a $1 piece, and told witness to give him the $5 piece. Witness, supposing Ibera to he brothers, gave mm me money, as he was mo...

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

PROPOSALS. Natt Pzpartmitt, Bureau qf Yard and Vockst April 24, 1191. StALED FROr03ALS for Mth c'ui trpiUiKaljr, cmloi l " PrcpoiaU fur chis No. (naino tin ciaes,) ui t i-mj Tr4 t (filiuo tbe yard,) ' will bo tvcuvci fit lliia rulrc ubtUooonon thtSiitiilnjrcif Uij do11.it itwulfMntf and df Umlog at tho ttevf ral navy ) rdj nml, the imivrlais nd Articles viubruccit in prluloil KhoJulw, wiih.l wi.I bo forDliliotl n upr-licatiou, ami mm l mail, it to ifi'jeiH, to frsom dtHrlng looflVr tuioiiirntt luriny iifallofllw wloiiti named tlierciu, by tbdrutiimjiidinl nf llo iirr.u nayy yard, for the clowea Tor lli jnrda under their coin, aiand, or by the mry nffent warun iliorctn, nr by h ba. rwu for an) or allthfl jard 2b PTfrw ctmwwit an J miWri in m?iv Me trr, no Ml ntt U rarimf trAicA contain clattrt for mm than one yaid in one fmrfcr; and each iadlTidual or a Ann must tfti th bid ael cuntfACt. , . , , Bidders are hereby caullotjcd anl parilcuurly notified that their oflijri must be la the ...

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

r . ' - i ZSRS THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, On RT nil HfM, near R, opposite the dnni-ral Poet Office, by LEWIS CLT.PHANE A CO. To city subacrlbera ilx and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carriers. To nail subscribers, three dollar and fifty cent! per annara, payable In advance. RATES -OFADVR.XISINa o? One square, three daji , ."..".$1.00 One square, four daji j.; 1 1.35 Uno square, tire aoys 1.80 One iquare, lixdayi , 1.7ft One iquare, two weeks..! i .1 3.75 One square, three weeks 3.50 One iquare, one month .'.. 4.00 One iquare, three monthi , 10.00 One square, ill monthi., , 10.00 One iquare, on yer....jji....i.......30.Od. Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent. LS) JOSCS additional ; one a week advertisements charged at new for each Insertion, Inserted only oncef ten cent! a line. Church and other notices, and, wants, twenty fire ceaU far each Insertion. n ., Ten jlnei or leu constitute a iquari. " Vol. J. WASHINGTON, D. C; MONDAY, MAY 20, ...

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

ZA. rlt -M Publication Office, corner of Indiana areauo and Foeond Iron. Depot for kIc of papers on Seventh street, opposite the General rest Office. POBLI3HED BY L. CLEPUANE i. CO. GEORGE M. VESTOK, Editor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, Hay 20, 1861. 9 Sea oo the oulid, telegraphic and other news, And an interesting article, from the New York Evening Pott, on the subject of flax cotton. " "e J9 Bishop Whjttingham, the head of the Episcopal Church tn Maryland, has issued a circular letter, threatening with ecclesiastical punishment such clergymen in the diocese a shall omit tho usual prayer for the President of the United States. IjttJ-The recent Convention at Wheeling rep resented twenty-eight counties. Those coun ties contained, in 1850, a population of 207,063 white, and 8,8915 slaves. Their present white population is about 250,000. t&- Nathan Sargent, Esq., of this city, has been appointed commissioner of customs. US' Ex-President Pierce has written a letter to the Boston Fos...

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