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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 May 1861

MM wr LOCAL NEWS. Arrival or the New York Etonm Kini' Vint. This splendid regiment roach od this city about noon on Saturday, bringing Willi them their camp equipage, nnrt immediately marched out to Kulorama, where they pitched their tents. This is one 6f the Gneat regiment that has jet reached our city. They number eleven hun dred men, tiro uniformed tery similar (o the New York seventh, and march with the greatest precision. They left New York city on the 22d of last month, and bare been on actual labo rious duty ever since. On their arrival at An napolis, the were placed in charge of tho Gov ernment buddings there, and worked fur some time there in rendering them unassailable ; they were next ordered to the Junction, where they did good service in protecting 'and 'strengthen ing that outpost) they next went to Elkton, Which place they fortified t and thence to Balti more, where they occupied Federal Hill in con junction with the sixth Massachusetts regiment; all of which service ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 May 1861

PROPOSALS. I Nam Ptr ivnrexT, j Vhr'nHif laMtatdthiki, April M,M pFAtXP I oj - f it i k . spvrai.h ' 'it M I O Ir-pni-al- r V in iinr tl a ' m. i mi yardat (uameth ) r.i MiWhumi ai tin Willi nomi on the 27 h da) n Mil n t.f .iitnthin R "1 tUlUerlouot tho Hi . filna Mini" named iln tnali-rlm and article tr.ilir r hi pi mini nchouiiii wliiih wul be HirinsiicJ on ,ppMi i m, and nl in .ul l" .. i -pit -I in rT'tii aiMrir loflT tft..ttnia iit mi "Mill m ttM i wares nnmod tin r b ih (. inn n i it ! nl iiVniiil iuVtnW tot Hit-1 taf.fc i-r tii tr.i- n lei ilifir tmii ii.uLil,or b) Hi? n i niMi i m -i U'teto -r M iho bit inn fur an) or ait .' ar ' lb pirrtnt ct,tfuji anj unt kf ift tiuUny th tjUit nj tud utll U rtiturj u hi hnnttttmiUiMtJht ,intt (ftitn ont jui n on nif' nnd ea h ind-via ai it a Orm mutt i jn the bid and icu'iucl BiJder arc hcrebv raml.'iel an 1 partlcaiarly notified that ibetr oflcn mut be iu lb loria btreinullcr presented, ucj be mall -Hi in ti ne ti r vh their dettloatiou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 May 1861

utmiwBwwuw "" jjgasamsBssmassiEGBZ THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVEEY MOKNING, (sONIIAYfl KXrtVTKtl,) 1 'On Sevaub ilreet, neAr K, opposite Hit Gcncial Tost Office, by ' LEWIS CLErHANE & CO. TERMS, To city subscribers li and a quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carriers. To matt subscribers, Jbree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable la advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days . $1.00 One square, fonr days '. 1.25 One square, five days 1.60 One square, six days 1.76 One square, two weeks 2.78 One square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one month 4.00 On square; three months t i j 10,00 One square, six' months. 15.00 One square, one year 30.00 -wr Kvery other day advertisements, nity per cent, additional) once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line! ai Church and other notices ,'aa4 wants; twenty fire cents for each Insertion Ten lines or less constitute a square. VdL I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 May 1861

rubllcAtkm Offlcn, tnmtr if Indiana avtntift and Beemid atrcol. Depot for mlonr (filter in Horonth nrct, uptioait lti General lt f mir PUBLISHED BY 1,. CI.EPHANE A CO. OKOIKIK M. WKATON', Fitller. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, May 81, 1861. LATEST FROM FORT MONROE AND THE BLOCKADE 1 MANY PRIZES TAKEN! First Aisault on Virginia! A BATTERY DESTROYED! By steamer from Fort Monroe, arriving here yesterday, wo nrcpnt in possession of tno latest intelligence from the furt and from the block ading squadron. Hampton Roads nnd their neighborhood are lively with business. Saturday witnessed the actual opening of tho war on the part of the Uuited States tho assault upon the battery at Sewall'i Point, the exterior of the line of bat teries which guard tho Elizabeth river, the ap proach to Norfolk. There are seven batteries now in position, all protected by scientifically constructed works. The heaviest is that at Craney Island, mounting thirty guns. Two batteries farther inland, mount twelve and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 May 1861

1 V '. i . tjjlM'iltlUlBHW!8WI mmiwuili iijiMiiiiiiw.u!i'Hiiiiiiiiiiiii!!'ff1l,,??wf'p - - - - .-.-- , I w t LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board of AuikRME.v. The' Bosrd Wl at tho usual hour, and wan called to order by the President. A communication mi received from tho Mayor, Riving notice of Ms approval of tho fol lowing acts! An act huthorizhig tho erection of Ayres's fire-plugs north of.K street. An act making appropriation for the repair of the canal bridges. , An act making an appropriation to pay ex-' penses at the pipe-yard. The following nominations were made by the Mayor, and referred t John Larcombe.a trustee of the public schools for the 6nt dis trict, iu place of Charles Abert, resigned ; and John T. Cassell, trustee in the fourth district, in placo of F. Wythe, resigned both of which were referred to the Committee on Schools. Also, the name of John E. Morse, M police man, in place of John T. Carter: which was referred to the Police Committee. The resignation of C. W. 0. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 May 1861

'6KWAIS; );miu hf l'ardi ami Vockh Afitl 24, 1W1, SKAII HlOl X-LH frr well c'ru scpnrntoly t tmlorsott " rrf,aU lUr elf Vo. (tlinid Hid cbi() iw tliu i,a y yard ttiuiiw tU TstM,) ' will l tvcctwd. at tlitA ftfltafi unit I iMui tn tb Stih d.jr of My utxl, for tnmlabUifC and dflUertog At tbo floral iuivy yards nanuM, thn mau rials and articles tnibrnci In iriittod tcbodul, wbfcti 11l b furotslkfd u ijliLUon, ami mqI Jy mall, if bo rcntated, to r-e mom duli-lng to tflir to contract Tor any or all or tbo cksp narad therein, by tho comnuiulaiita of tbo wvorat navy ytrdi, lor tbo clnawia tat tbo yards wular tbelr com mand, or by the nary agent unurat thereto, or by tbo bu reaa tor any or all tbo yard. lb pnwnl tsmfustm and mistakes in teaXimg tks ttfert, bid mfl W mewed toafca cotUaiiu cbuact or, mr tan mm ydrd n on rntrbf; and each tndlTtdual o( a firm must algn tbo bid and contract. Bidders at bereby caoilonod and particularly notified that their oflera muit b la lb Ibm teratnalUr jurKr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 May 1861

T tslsa THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (BUXIUYH EXCKrTp:!),) On Sere ,li Iter!, near 15, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPIIANE A CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter centi per week, payable to the carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable la ad ranee. o. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days 1.25 One iqoare, five, duys 1.60 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two reeks 2,75 One square, threa weeks 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One cquure, three months 10.00 (ZS H One square, six months 10 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted o' ly once, ten cents a lino. Church and other notices, and wanti, twenty flro cents for each insertion.' Ten lines or less constitute a square. J&LKXS Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1861. No. 149. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 May 1861

fGStftrito Publication OtiVe, comer of Indiana urtm.e ud Second street IX'itol lor i of p-iporn o.i Pevemb street, opposite tb General Tmt i:nM PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. GEORGE M WESTON, Editor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, May 22, 1861. !& See od the outside a racy description, from the St. Louis Democrat, of the capture of secessionists at Potosi. 19 The reported fight between a natiouol steamer and a Richmond propeller is ascer tained to be a canuic?. Q& It was three companiti, and not three regimenU, o( U. S. artillery from Minnesota, which arrived at Camp Dennison, Ohio, on Monday. JJ6JT We are indebted to Taylor & Maury for the April number of the Westminster, Hdiu burgh, and London Quarterly Reviews, and of Blackwood's Magazine. Also, for the Juue number of Harper's Magazine. W3T We are indebted to W. D. Shepherd for a copy of " The Partisan Leader." It is a handsomely printed duodecimo of 195 pages. tfif Colonel Barksdalc, of "wig" memory, commands a M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 May 1861

f 'i . LOCAL NEWS. . , , , .-. Notice. Persons residing in tbo seventh ward will hereaflrr pay their subscriptions to Mr. James E. Given, who is our authorized agent lor thiit ward, ftd'Our Georgetown subscribers will make payment for subscriptions due for this paper to Mr. Z. Hunt, No. 128 Bridge street, and not to George 1 Lipscomb, the former agent. Departure or tue Remains or Col. Vos burou Tho corpse of tho lamented Col. Vos burgh, of the New York seventy first regiment, was visited yesterday morning by many officers of the array and navy, as well as by those of tho arioua regiments now here. The body, which was encased in a neat walnnt coffin, was laid out in the headquarters cf the regiment, Dear the naval store, in the Navy Yard, the walls of the room in which it was laid being covered with national flags. The corpse was dressed in full uniform, and enshrouded in the regimental Aug of the seventy-first. Wreaths and bouquets of flowers wero placed at the head and feet, and up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 May 1861

HWV , , PROPOSALS. NltY L'lTARTlIE.tT, Bnreavtf Va li and Dtrkr April 34, Wfl SEltXT FFuttffir wrhc'tM mmi' -i ' lio;owtla fur diet ju (ii&me t'i c i. tc-r i') i vara mi fiunip me aiu.) win i in 111 iirrfio m Ihe 'it l!i t iV tit" Mit 11 XI. I r T I I nt . d'Mrrlnff At the PMeriil lldW )n! liimn-l, tli mi I ma ! ami nt-t rliw binliriirn.1 In hi-u ti il s lir III1. UllllllW II bi iiritlilMipliniti o nnd Mil by nmll ir w rvi'ii m. t ut pi'ous ileMiiiitf to i ir r t'M.iiiirinlloriiiM or ml ifilnj . Lute mined therein, h) ihoninmunilinls if tlii-tirU i,y jinl(ropthBCliwttslir Hit' jnrdj mdof ihiircmn inatid, orbj the imjr agpiit iari"i tlu rein, r "J" l,,e "u rtau for auj or uillhr yard Jh otyktM rtmiuiV.ji u.hJ win ifi i Jrafitv IAe ifftrt, no fcW trj.J t rrcriretl trhich contain clot for wre than one yrtnt in ne tnvtlf, auJ earn indindiul or a tirm tnot lijti the bkl anil contract Bidden are here!) cauilotiM ami piiliculflr.) nntifled that their cfleri must be In the rorm bcrmaner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 May 1861

i THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED E.VERY MO UN I NO, (hundavji ktOlTTKn,) On Heve i h ttreet, near II, opposite the (Itneral Poit Oificn, by LEWIS CLEl'HANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers TTx and a quarter oenti per week, payable to tba carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payablo In adrance. iyoT) RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squorV, three days , $1.00 aiitwal Uno square, loor days 1.25 One square, five days 1.00 One square, six days 1.7(1 One square, two weeks 3.75 One square, three weeks 2.S0 One aquara, one month 4.00 One squaro, tliree months 10.00 Ono square, six months 10.00 One iquare, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional j once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents Tor each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. ' Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1861. No. 150. NATI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 May 1861

rubucMInn 018m, corner if In liana at cnae ud Soconil street, Depot ror saIu of impf" on Seventh street, on""' nuGrnmllYwHiflcr, PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. OEOtlOE M WESTON, LJIIor National itEruBiioAN. Thursday, May 23 186L $&- Gen. Butler left Annapolis on Tues day, for Fort Mouroe. CT The exports of domestic produce from NcwxYork for the week ending on Monday, wero $2,607,381. Last year, for the corresponding week, they were $1,530,119. -The Persia has arrived at New York. Her specie list foots up tuohundred and thirlj four thousand pounds sterling. t& The D. C. Pierce, Capt. Gale, sunk in the channel to Norfolk by the insurgents, put into that port in distress on tho 4th of April. She was loaded with sugar ou British account, and bound from tho West Indies to England. Her cargo appears to have passed into tho keeping of the British consul at Norfolk. tST A steamer which left Fortress Monroe Tuesday evening, reports all quiet at that time. JtSy The Wheeling Intell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 May 1861

USKSB LOCAL NEWS RAISING OF THE POST-OFFICE FLAO, SPKECHEd, ETC. Tberc was an immense conconrse assembled yesterday morning vvitliin and Hround the Post Office Department, to witness llio mlslug of the "Stnrs mid Stripes " on thul Imililing, ahnoiin cod to take place nt noon r.rerisely. A sub stantial wooden platform bad been erected ou tho south front, Just ovtr (he main entrance, extending from the ground to the base of the second story wUdovr above, from which the flag was to be hoisted. The male primary schools In attendanco were ranged In line on the street immediately facing the building, while company A, Union Regiment, were sta tioned on the front roof, drawn np in position, reaching from one extremity to the other. A few minutes to 12, the Committee of Ar rangements, consisting of Dr. It. 0. Sidney, Bt. John B. L. Skinner, and C. F. McDonald, came out upon the platform, accompanied by tho President, the members of the Cabinet, and other distinguished personages, whose ap pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 May 1861

L FEOFOSAIS. NiTT DlPlBTUKfT, Vureau rf Yards and Docks, Apr& 24, HC1 SEAI FD 1 hOlOAlS for tsch class separably, endorsed lniva!8 for tiiwNo (nuiiit lliockees,) ir the tii )rdl(nnm tli yurJ,) " ill bo rciviiiM at this olfic until dcmiou tbe 21 day of Ms) uexl, ftr funiihtinj an I dUerlng tltio Krrm.1 ijf") yards imincd, tiie inaterUli nd arlklMi embraced in priutrd trtiidulfs, wliicli will bo rui-i'isticd 011 a rf-riilitn, and scut bj mull, if to rwpiMtod, t rrrsoi a doshU R )o filter In emit rati for an) or all oflho clasfcs named thtrciu, b the runiniandantfl of tbe scvrial dt7 yards, ft r tb) caws le-r Uio yards indcr f heir com mandfOr b the uay agcutiiearcsi Ibcrcio, or by lbs bu reau for any or all tb yards 3b prevent confutwn and mistakes in scaling tht i, no bid mil Im rectitrd which contains classes for snort than mi yard in ont etmfcj, and euch Individual of a firm tnuit 10 tht bid and col t met, lflddrs art hereby uutlontd and particularly uctiiUd that tfcsir offers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 May 1861

mmmmassmmmiiB THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED EVEHY MORNING, (SUVtlATV EXCKPTKn,) On Sovc ) li (I red, near 11, opposite tbe Genoial Post Office, by LKWIS CLKPHANE & CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days ( 1.35 One square, fire days 1JS0 One square, six days 1.76 One square, two weeks 2.78 One square, three weeks 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16 00 One squire, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, 6fty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted ouly once, ten cents a lino. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty. Ave cents for each insertion. Ten lines or let constitute a square. TERMS, To city subscribers six nnd a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mail subscribers, tbree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable to adrance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FR DAY, MAY 24, 1861. No. 151. afc ' S- y 1T. cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 May 1861

NATIONAL RErUBLICAN. Friday, May 24, 1861. Tnr. REPonucAX Eka. This large, hand tome, and well-filled weekly, fur this week, is now reaily at the office of the National Repub lican. It contains all tho original matter of the daily Republican, including local news in teresting to the country at large, and full re ports of the workings of the different Depart ments. It contains, also, nil tin newt of the day, both foreign and domestic, as well as original correspondence from all parts of the country. This is just the paper for our volun teers to send to their friends in the States, who wish to be informed iu regard to matters trans piring at the seat of Government. For sale at the office of tho Republican, on Seventh street. Price, in wrappers, four cents each. To regu lar subscribers, it is furnished at $2 per year. W. J. Murtagh k Co., proprietors. See outside, weekly list of patents. Also telegraphic news. t&" A full regiment of national troops, raised in Virginia, is now encam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 May 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Pkeifmation of a Flao to the 8evltu Reqimlm Si'Lfciies, ftc. An immeuse throng was present yesterday afternoon at " Camp Cameron," to witness the grand dress parade and renew by the President of the seventh regiment, and the presentation of n magnificent flag to tho fame a gift from their lady friends in New York city. About half past five o'clock, the booming of canuon announ ced the approach of the Colonel of the regi ment, accompanied by Adjutant General Thomas, U. S. A , each of whom bore upon his arm a handsome lady friend. A few minutes afterwards the President of tho United States arrived in his new and s'plendid equipage, In which were also seated Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Oriswell, all looking remarkably well and cheerful Mrs, Lincoln especially so, after her brief but pleasant visit to tho North. The troops having been drawn up in line, they were reviewed by his Excellency, Adju tant General Thomas, and Col. Uutterfield of the 12lh New York regiment, alter which th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 May 1861

PROPOSALS. Naty Dxtj.ctii.wt, EurrnU of lcinff and Act, Jjntl 24, 18fl SUAM!) I l:ul (H.I for ich c an nrparutcly, uvU rwJ ' 1 r p-ils rtir 4 i-wt No tiunic tut, cti tor iim n n yiinUt (miiimilio inJ.) ,u l.o utuvt l ul tlim t HUr utililiiMiu tm tlieSTitiiluv ot Hi) lust, for litnmliiig uui delivering at tlm tttrttl nt unli innuil, Uio iiiiiermtn find artlcit-fl cmbrat 1 in riulnl ntlfdulcn, which will bo ruriiisbfl on apiwjitiou, and tent by mail, If to rcqufMH, ti it reuiti detiriiiK to offer M coutrnU lor atir or Ml or itm cUsset iMttcl linn In, by tlio cututnundauiR of tlidK'UMl iutjt yards, i r tho c la sacs for the ynrtls imJr tlirir coin maud, or by tbe ha j agent noarem thereto, or by the bu reau for any or all the ) ardi 7b prevent confutum and mistakes in scaling tkt offers, no bitl mil le rrmrrd uktch contains classes for more than vne yard in oni encetnpt, and tch tndlvlduilor a firm mutt also Uit bid and col tract. Didder are hereby cautioned and particularly notified t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 May 1861

rr4k . ' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (KU.VIIAVS RXC'KPTKn,) On Seve "li itreel, near B, oppos'te the Oen'ial Post Office, by LEWIS CLKPHANK & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers ilx nnd a quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four dayr 1.21 One square, five days 1.50 Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1861. No. 152. AOJA NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE NORTHERN TEMPEST, bt o. w, lioht, The lightning flashes in tbo sky ; Tbe thunder now begins to speak; Our Eigle site, with iterant eye, Upon bis bravest mountain peak. The country's flag is proudly flung, With nil its start), upon the breeze ; And Freedom's voice, with trumpet tongue, Is sounding over land and seas. Our Hero left, with noblo trend, Hh Sumter walls, but not his plume ; And only when lie roused tho dead That slumbered in the nation's tomb I T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 May 1861

rubUcalkm Cffloe, coiner of Indiana aYenue and Second lime rtenot for sal a of porf on Seventh street, opposite tho Centre) Poet Ofllce. PUBLISHED I1Y L. CLEPIIANE A CO. OEORGK M. WFSTON, Kitllnr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, May 25, 1801. DEATH OP COL. ELLSWORTH. The murder of Col. Ellsworth yesterday morning at Alexandria, occasioned a grief and Indignation among the soldiers and citizens here, from which they were not perceptibly di verted by the excitement of the attending mili tary events. His youth, the high opinion and hopes formed of him, and the cruel sudden ness of his death, all conspired to make the tragic termination of his career, the theme of all tongues. Col. Ellsworth was twenty-four years of age. He was born in Saratoga county, N. Y. His father and mother, of whom he was the only son, are both still living in Mechanicsvilie, N. Y. They were reduced to narrow circumstan ces by reverses in business many years ago. Col. Ellsworth lived several years at Chicago, but l...

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