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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 September 1866

-..iyw h ,ji THK NA1I0NAL , REPtntt,IOAN, WEDNESDAY MOHNING. SEPTEMBER 12!! 1888. patiottul tfWmu. XjOOJCj Reception of thi President. A meeting of ths CoencsiUea of ths Boards of Aldermen and Oqbbm OouaeU wu held lest aranlng IntheAl. dernaen's chamber at City Hallj Aldnaunouu X. Lloyd In tba chair, and C.. IV Baker, secretary. . Oomrflltteee from tha following named Associa tions worn mint aad participated In tha meeting: Oldeet Iuhnbltnnte' Association: Fifth Ward National Union CInb. TOnDf Men's National Union Club of George town . National Detuooratlo Association. Employees of the Washington Arsenal. Delegation from Binder, Government Printing Offlon. OonMrraU.ru Army and Nary Union. Sixth Ward National Union Club. Fourth Wnrd National Union Club. Bxecutlve Committee of Irish ottlionf. Employees of tha Washington Navy-yard. Johnson Departmental Clnb. 4 Seventh Ward National Union Olnb. Tonnf Men's National Union Olnb, Resident Executive Committee of tha Philadel phia National U...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 September 1866

THE t NjtHONAliiREPXJtotfANf yPSBJYlimfeiBJaMjSSil wiiiriiiUiW'faAitiMi'iji'-vui;'jj;p;Vlili'i'ii ! m ggpittton. iWDaB3DAr MOBMIWQ. BEPTKltBEBU, 1M CHUHC1I Dl&KCTORT. CATSOLIC Tie ideal CMbolla shares. It Bt. PatrleVe, on Tf street norths eorMr of Tamil, etreel went, on NiiHWNliyoHUi Patent Offloo edifice. IUt. J, A. Walter, pastor, IUt. Jalner Riu, Militant, Si. Peter's Cbmreh, Capitol nui, about tbr iqtirN lYoea Uin southeast corner of the Capitol froanda. -JUt. Mr. Boyle ti tb pastor. fit Matthew's Cbawh, eorar of Fifteenth and XI etreete, ft abort distnnee north from the State DtMrtuni. Pastor, lUr.(Chnrlee White, D. D.( IUt. Mr. MeXally, uiUtaaC: 61. Mary. (German,) on Fifth, near Jt itreet. IUt. MaAtUaa All, paator. Sabbath services, 10J ft. aa., aad afternoon. 8k. Domlnick'a Church, on the Wand, Sixth street, aboat MvtdifUat between the cmil and Potomao riTer. Putor, IUt. J. A. Boktl, 0. 8. D , . aesietants, Rer. N. D. ToBnff, 0. 8. D.) Rev. J. II. lynch, 0. 6. D.J Rev. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 September 1866

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 September 1866

KJr & 'r m i I 1 ft TiMttlniKton City X. O W. J. MPBTAOH 00., POBuanEita. a F. HAN800M, EDITOR. THURSDAY MOSISa:::SEPTKMBBIll J, IBM. ABE K lit BAROEB OF A NEW revolution? Tbi New York JVmes of yesterday repeats Its not-of warning of an Impending rerola Hon. In reply to an article In the Pittsburg Chronicle It girei some plausible reasons for iU fearinga on tbat subject. Quoting the Jaw of Oongreai approved by TniPjuniDiiT ' In 1802. now upon the statute-books, wfclch provides "that from and after the 3d day of March, 1863, the number of members of .the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States shall bo two hundred and forty one; and the eight additional members shall be assigned one in each to Pennsylva nia, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Minne sota, Vermont and Rhode Island." The Times argues that If the Southern States and districts in the Northern States sympathising with them, sufficient In num bers to constitute such legal quorum, should elect Represen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 September 1866

THE NATIONAL, REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13. 1866. , jjMiflnal jggyttMirntt, . LQQAXi JJ W, FIFTH. VABD IvATTONAL Umob On:. -Tbli association tost last evening In Doolsy's Bell, tornir of Third street east ui Pennsylvania ave nue) the PreeMenl, A. K. Arnold, Em , In ths f blr, nd Jifflii Devlin secretary. , Mr. When-tley; from ths committee to eonfsr with the Council committee! relative to the recep tion of the President, reported thai tht conference had been held, and Col. J as. A. Tall wu appoints. thief marshal. Mr. Thornier, from tht commutes to prepare resolutions, rsportsd tho following; which wort unanimously udoptsd: Whereas U Is tb right of American etttsens to frankly express their opinions apon tho pollttael affairs of their nation; and whereas chain of nn fortunate circumstances baa clothed with legislative power fanatical perl who use It' In violation of tho principle titahlUbtd by tho bolorod Washing too, aad adhered to bj all tho (rut aad wtto itates men ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 September 1866

, 1 ! H ' THE NATIONAL . JtEPPBIJCAN. THtmSDAi. MOENlKG,- SEtfTEMTJiK. t3. 18ml. .. . .i i ) 5 IBCR'DAT M01UHWQ::.SBWKMB8R 18. 1886. ORCRCH DIRECTORY. , CATKOLte. Tha Matt Celho.lo china. U 6t. Patriot's, on 9 strael Birth, oorvjr of Trath street weft, out gqaan weat from th Patent Offlee tdlflea. IUr. J. A. W altar, partori Bar. Father Kane, aeitf tant, fit. Peter's Charoh. Capitol BUI, aW tbrto square from tha aovthaaat eoraer of th Capitol grottde, , Rot. Mr. Bojlt 1 th paator. St. MaUhaw'a Chareh, ooraor of Fifteenth and H atraota, a short cUetane aorth from tho Stat Department, Paator, Bar. Chariot Whit, D. D., Bar. Mr. MoKaUy, eeeliteat. 8t. Mary's, (Gorman,) on Fifth, soar II street. Rot. Matthlaa Allf, paator. Sabbath sorrloei, 10 a. an,, aa! aXUraooa. 84. Domlolok'i Charon, on th III in J, Sixth atroot, aboit oqoldliteot between tho oaoal and Potomao river. PartoiyReT. J. A. Boko!, O. 8. D , assistants. Rot. N. P. Yonnf, 0. S. D.f Rr. J. II. Lrnch, 0. S. D. Ror. IT. P. Ralr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

t-f. 4- ..LV i-jr an. W. tor atmi.MJtasVaVrer & 00 f thru aaalM. toesojlV . f i4,W f imbrojltBOBTOBAOo; m IJIH1.H1I aaai ftliin. sm of a ai r W.!H. 'Sia&lsSlaSf rAK?Sjrttt BallliealUII, Dt.-4U.tMM will M kHHWKHMV)ilanlinlpiiiia HAMtcfimklM. r -.,. minmiTiiiifmijiml truths1, grata eltvered wllhra thlrtr-dan frea Ik mi , .lefeftot alba eve :&&MttN with tit .ta S3Xl 'uinlVlnMii jyB kfteSj II f-'T '" " "ja- a-- Ik Bathe S 7JLfkJrlite!ft.w:?Wi j i h - - wnf vc a rtjotatttva ,WKij ad triii Biiifx MUkiUMhHnfhUiuHi lai M MM U MM IMI U 1 rtMaaaaatt t sfUkaraMaa V apaa IM atUTtrr or tha aatlr AVTB0P-0SALSVF0B MEAT wit 0Tfi Dim OeaaniAftT dv liumtn, y . jr Wintnni, A. tc a, lMtr ItttUlSMuli of tha fBTH faralakaM. h tha iiin. -akaW. wUlta rMrtt4. la dBvllMtotVatitfCMDAT. wiSWi MtW af Ifciwuc WW, at ., for All Ihifnik rr taf aad Mtttm fajgltal fat tW ma of taa tra-tva, aad u iH inaa boh iw aat ar ihu at tat r uoM, tu i WuUuin. DC: .alavaadrta, i WMklMMft, Md. f M ffoota. Hi I Tor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

r- "V ' r ,- ;. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. FEIDAY-MORNING. SfePTEMBER 14. l88K.- W-'a M, v $ h k V ! ! J?'! it '7 , it t l.. Ml W . pticnnl gfyitWiraiu fasHlnaton City, 1. D. W. J.HDBTAOH CO, PUBLISHERS. & F. HANSCOK, KD1TOR. TRIDAT MORIBO:::::.SKPIKMBKR 14, 1888. THE rBEMBE!nr RECEPTION S WASRINGTOBr. The reception of the President and bi party, on arrirlsK on Saturday evening, will donbtl(ii be the grandest and most enthu siastic oration of .the season" In Washington. Mot only are preparations for a public dc monitration being madaon a large scale, but there li a deep feeling in the maraes of the neoole Impelling them to welcome back with open arnu and warm hearU their Chief Mairlatrate. The Insults cut upon him by crazy partU aani at some point, of hti western journey will not detract from their affectionate re gard for him. On the contMfjv they will trite to .how him that thelrtpreclatlon of him has been increased by his manly vin dication of the course he has deemed it his sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

Jt W,'i. fHK NAlfONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14,' 1866. f - Dtaitount $fyblUm Tnje Reception or tot President Mekt mo or ti OomiiTT or Aftiiitiium A nsaLlnr of the Coantaltteea ef the Boards of Alder. net aad Coaaineti OoibcIL, with tho eomnlUees of other otfuUMfoml appointee, to make imn(imiati for too reception of the President, wm hold. last OTtotog la the AMcrnen'a Chamber at th Cltr Siaii,.Aiwrai a, . imvth. in ta SMir. Mid JUT, Q. W. Calvert, Secretary. Mr. Oullek, chairman of tbt sub -committee, ro ported the following programme for the procession, which wu adopted. Marshal and Aide. k Military consisting of United BUtM Infantry. Unite Statei Marines. United BtateaCaralry. Tbt President and Part. Th Majors of WubtogtoB, Qeorgstown, ud Aiexanane, ana omen or mo deception Commit too. Tbo corporate authorities of Washington. Th corporate authorities of Georgetown. Tht eorDoraie anthoritlea of Alexandria. Btildtnt Executive Cmittee of the Philadel phia Convention. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

1 1?1' ;' THE NATIONAL REPOTBLIOAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMRElt 14. 186K."" -y w v. ... m I ! I .4 a. i ' TTntiT"gton City. T. C. , W.J.MPBTAOn CO., PUBLI8HKB3. 4 a P. HAN800M, KD1TOR. SEPTEMBER 14, MM. THE FRENBKim RECEPTION IN WASHINGTON. The reception of the President and bis , party, on arriving on Saturday erening, will doubtless be the grandest and most enthu lastle oration of .tie season in Washington. Not -only are preparations for a public de monstration being made-on a Urge scale, bnt there is a deep feeling in the masses of the tieoete impelling them to welcome back with open arms and warm hearts their Chief Magistrate. The insnlts cast npon him by crazy parti sans at some points or his western journey will not detract from their affectionate re gard for him. On the contsjey, they will strife to show him that thelrVapreclation of him has been increased by his manly Tin- dicatlon of the course he has deemed it his sacred doty to pnrsae In defence of the Con stitution and lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

';i"-n-,v '-: " THF, NAltONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14.' 1866. niiomtf lltyHfctatt, XjOCXcVXj 3BT3STVrCll. , I ...- Viut Reception or'TM President Mext- 10 OF T COKXtfTSR OP AXBAXOBMaiVS.. A ousting of th CoanltUM of th Boards of Alder, tntn aad -Common Council, with th committees of other TganisatlOB' appointed It nuxe erreogemeut forth roplo of th Praetdcut, m held last Ttnlsg ' " Aldnnul Chamber, at th City Halt-Arderman T. K. Lloyd, In th chair, and Mr. Q, W. Calvert, Secretary. Mr. Gullex, chairman of th lub-oommlttct, r. portod th following programme for th procession, which wil adopted. Marshal and Aldf. . Military consisting o United States Infantry. United BUUs Marines. U&ltod States Cavalry. Thi President and Party. Th Mayors of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, and others of th Bcption Commit too. Th oorporat authorities of Washington. Th oorporat aothoritloi of 0orgtoirn. Th oorporat aothoritloi of Alexandria. Resident Executive CommltW of th Ph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1866

'fr V Tms. AyiQNAJtrBERUBLJGAN. rBIDAY MOfiNINGjBEPIrjB M -18nU m im I l.M 4x.jx! ENtatt. rRIDATMGMniO:::::::PTBMBKRli, 186. cavn.cn duucotort CATBOL1C. Tb clirt Cataoll eh-mfc la St. PAriek's, on 7 itreet north, toner of Tooth itreet west, one tqiar wNt from tW Patent Offloo edlaee. IUt. J. A. Welter, putort IUt. father Kane, aulitant, Bt. Peter's Chutfc, Capitol HU1, about throo qiarw from tho Mthos corner of tho Capitol frouada. IUt. Ut. Boyle li tho paitor. 8L M .aUfaow'a Church, corner of Fifteenth and XIatrU,jfeort dlitanoo north frou tho Btate Doportaont. Paitor, Rot. CharlM White, D. D., Bor. Mr. V eNelty, Militant. 6t. Mnry'i, (airmen,) on Fifth, near IX itreet. Hot. Matthias AH, paitor. Babbath torrleM, 10 a. nw aa4 afternoon. St. Donlnlek'e Chnreh, on tho Island, Sixth troot, aboot equidistant between tho eanal and Poioeaee rtror, Paotor, Bor. J. A. Bokl, 0. S. D., acaUtnati, IUt. W, D. Yonon, 0. S. D.f IUt. J. IL Lynch, O. S. D.) Bor. II. P. Balph, 0. S. D.I Bor. V. a Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 September 1866

I T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. tlTtS 07 ADTUTIIWQ. Oi iqakr(UrM4ri. OBtiqn&rt, foir 4mjt Oliqii, fT47l . Ob uniM , Java. ............. . ..too 1 w , 100 KTtrrotkt 4T UTMdMMaU.M Mr Mat, Mil .loitl. TwtMWMkMTrUMHMUtTfl.Mr MUM- MHorlftl MHM M ft llM.Mtfc liMrtloa. Locftl lOtttMa ftf MlteNt 111, MMk UMrtlAB. A4tH1mbmU Miluii4rlil kitiiol Wuu,r l&l. For Hoi, Lot Fold, UMrtloa,fw U Mt III I iibMqil UMrtlftil mmlt prtl. Sic Um r 1m toiatltaU aqiar A4TrtlMBaU L.ot.4 b fcudd U Wert ill 'lofk p m PnOPOHALH, "pnOPOSALS FOR TOBACCO, Oft ici DtroT Comtiniar or Scaiim-ci, I . . . . Wahimtm, D C.Sopt ,,. I toiUA Propta In dnclle.U, of tb form UtmUM br lb aiJmlf , will b r"-.lT4 kt Ikl villi ll o'clock. ,oaTHUBDAr,Xhl&iUt for (6 000) FlVk TH0UIAHD POD N DA OF TOBAC0H. for tbt ih of tb troop ippt4 from tbl 4tpoi, It mnatb a food, ion bit trtlcl ( plat lbu,uiu a ponlblt la ilarU pouid pUfff, aai ofaqaallir aot lareriortoibrdconmalr ealld "JTarr Plif Tb boitt will b mad of ttr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 September 1866

M i li I a B i . I-1 In 1 j J. 5 i K1 h :) i gjtational grjinMfraii. Wonhlnirton City, 1. c. W. J. MPBTAQH A CO., rPBLlSHERa ft P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. SATUBDAr MORNING:: SEPTEMBER li, ISM. inE RECEPTION OF THE PRESI DENTIAL PARTT IN WASHING TOl. In thla city the busy note of preparation for tbe reception of Preildent Jouxso.i and hii party ii heard everywhere, and, although in the great municipalities through which the I'retidentlal party hare passed they hare enjoyed banquets and illuminations exceed ing in their richness and brilliancy an) thing that thli city may be able to produce, they will receive an ovation in Washington which, for genuine enthusiasm, has not been sur passed in their tour through the country. And this will happen because the citizens and residents of Washington, most of them at least, know Annmw Johnson thoroughly. They knew him before the war of the rebel lion began; they knew him during the war; knew him after the war was closed, and they know him now. They ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER -15,-1860. pntionnl $t$nbUm The Schuktein Fmt. The annnal Schuetten fact of lhn WathUitton Sohustien Corpi will h commenced tl tha Park, on Seventh street, on Moo4t ntxt, and eontlnoe ootll Friday. A number of .anted fnwti from various sections of the) country ar expected to arrlva on Monday, and will be received at tht depot by a commit Ua, and OMorUd to tho City Hall, at wbfoh place, at 9 o'clock, tho procession will bo formed, under the marshalsblp of Mr F. Stoesh, headed by tho moonUd band of Lfao Fifth U. B cavalry, which wltl pail up Pennsylvania avenue to tho White Home, and from thence, by way of F and Seventh streets, to tht Park. In tho prooesston the mem bers will bo mounted or In optn carriages. There will bo In tho Una a largo oar, on which will bo thlrty-otght yoaog ladies, odo representing; tho Qoddoai of Germ an I a, aaothor tho Ooddou or lib erty, aod each or tbo othort representing; ono of tho thlrty-ils States a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 September 1866

THE NATIONAL , REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, jSLPirEMFlvR 'CrfStiG. : Vt m Rational UpitMiram 9ATURDAT KOMtVQ". SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. CHUnCII DIRKCTOIIT. CATIOLtO. The olJeit Cat holla church li Bi. Patrick's, on y itreet north, eorntr of Tenth etreet weit, on iqatn wm! frem toe Patenr Office edifice. Rev. J. A. Walter, pMtori lUr. Father Ku, militant, St. Peter's Charch, Capitol Hill, about three iquerti from tht loutheuit oorner of the Capitol gronnd. IUr. Mr. Boyle la the paitor. fit. Matthew'! Church, corner of Fifteenth tod II itrttti, a ehort dlitauee north from tho 6UU Department. Pallor, Rer. Charlei White. D. D., Rev. Mr. MoNelly, Militant. Bt. Mary's, (German,) on Fiah, near n itrttt. Rtr. Meithlai Al)g, paitor. Sabbath it trie ei, 101 t. m , ud afternoon. Bt. Dotnlnlck'i Chureh, on tht Iiland, Blith trttt, ftbott eqnldlitant between tht can el tod Potomao river. Paitor, Rtr. J. A. Bokel, 0. 8 D , aiilitenti, Rtr. N. D. Young, O. B. D IUr J II. Ljneh, O. 8. D Ktr. XI. P. Ral...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 September 1866

yi- Tali NATIONAL REPUBLICAN T&tiAional- HepnbllcjM THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. rUDUHBED DAILY. RATH or lDTTTa. Obi iiaero, three (ar I OS Oaeiqiere, fowl 4r - J J2 Oae equare, ive dare w THI HiTIOBIL KIPUBLICi Is abll.to4 9tnj moraltr (Baidiyt axttptej) br W l. Meirtoi Co ,o. til muh urMi.iil ii firai.wi loiibMribri(l(7 ftrTlri) at T8 MaU aar aaath. 1 Inrr ttkit lit MtirtlMMiU, N Mr mi eddl MotU. TwlaMk4rttMato,TFr eeal.ed dlUonal. u aaMatiaati, M.OQ aac aaaaai M.00 (ai.au maatha aai 11 00 for tat a noalhi, laaoHooy fa k. annex, TlTa loplaa oaa jraar. au. oo, ftdlMnai 101000 M mbw fwui,w uwnuw, LoUBoUMiMftlflU.MaUMrtlB. AdTtrtlMBMlta MMllfl BBdertke heeds of Wli,T0F Sal. For Real, be uiFMil, taeerUea, f-m seal sr III 1 latoMfttmt taj-arttoae half price, r at llu A. .uoj.a.iltealA a ueaaeaa VOL. VI. WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1868. BUf la aoalM. B taaia. Till WIIILTITlTIObTlL MrUBLIOlS U paMUaa4Trj ttiinj noralaf I Oaa aopy aaa 7ar 12.00) T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 September 1866

wwwmmgwi wi THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTESIIjEII 17. ,186. Jh- I f. Rational U,)uMir;ui. WMhlnaton City, I Q W. J. MUBTAOU A CO, POBLISUEU3. a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY llORNma::s::.SEPTEHnER 17, 18. THE FREMDER-ra WELCUitE HOME. We giro in another place fall details of the grand and hearty reception accorded to Thi Paranx.1T and hia party on their return to the Capital Saturday evening. Snch a demonstration was nerer before witnessed in this city, except, perhaps, on the return of the armies, when crowds of people were at tracted hither from all parts of the country. Of' the citlsens of Washington and the Dis trict of Colombia, there has nerer been so lane a tarn-out on any public occasion. If Tu Pumscrr and his party had not been detained beyond the hour when they were expected, (between fire and six o'clock,) they would have witnessed a still more brilliant and gratifying display. Hundreds of ladies were upon the arenaes, accompanied by their little children, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING.' SEPTEMBER 17 1866. gfotiomrt, gfoMjitoii. IiOOAIi JtfJtUWI. NiTinwit. Truth odcm io-oUht . Tho IotWltoV. Tha let Wltol.. Accidbkt-Oo Stordy morning, about l o'clock, a wotkata on tbo Trtaiary xtnion, named Jam Donnelly, employed In tainting th rigging of lb dorrftxi for holtttaff tbt frai.lt block for tbt gateway now.btlnf eooitraotad on tbt arenae, between th Fretldtat'i Iloato and Trtntary bfllldlng, fU from tr, wbtr ha vu tecuring on of tbt Hot. 2I fell frosaafalght of aboat forty foot, and itraek, hand first, to a plf of co!. Dr. Oarottt wu at one tnmmoned, aod foaod blm bad. bratitd, bat, 10 fir m could b aiortlnd, not ttrortlj Inlartd. IT may, bow avor, bo hart InUrnally. Tbt tafftrar wu inmt dlaUly taken to Lincoln Boifltal for troatmtnt. To-NionTl To-nlghtl Ice Wltchl Grand opening of National Thtatt! . Inquest.- Jastico Walter on Saturday afternoon hold an loquiit over tbt body of tho man who wat ran over by th care on Friday avoaln...

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. — 17 September 1866

i-fT; Bgi 1 1 j a - THE NATIONJI REEUBLICANU(MONDAff'( MORNING? SEB1EMBKR l7lS6ti;t p h If rY i ' i' !. if. M I ,: i " jptiomtl gjjiuWiwa. MONDAY IOIlNINO::::tBPTKMBKa 17, 1866. Of llHCII PIBBSCTORY CATH0M0. Tha oldest Catholic church li fit. Patrick', on P itrMt north, corner of Tenth itra-u watt, on square wet from tha Patent Offio edifice. Bt. J, A. Walter, port or Rev. Father Kut. Militant, St. Pater's Churen, Capitol Hill, about three) tqnare from th tonlboftit corner of tht Capitol groundi. Key. Mr. Boyla li tha paator. St. Matthew's Charon, corner of FlftMiith an J II itreeU, a ihort dlstuc north from tht Stat Department. Pantor, Bar. Cbaxlea Whit. D. D.. Bar, Mr. MeNuIly, Militant. St. Mary, (Oarman.) on Fifth, near n itreet. RT. Metth.aa AH, putor. Sabbath nrvioci, 101 ft. m.t and aflarnoon. St. Domlnlek'i Church, on tht Island, Sixth itreat, about anUliUM between tha canal and Fotomao rWtr. Paator, Rev. J. A. Bokel, 0. S. D , naslituoti, Rot. N. D. Young, 0 S. D. Rev. J. I...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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