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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 September 1866

! tll TBFmi?OKArnWftffiBQAK PUBUSHKD DAILY; ' I ilMff csn 'u ritotki.dYo. :....,.., t ,H A-. .u . Java - tf.t.I! .... j' - I oUt Oateqtare, Ira da-....... ......... I I 00 rtVeVaWaaf W?fUeYnrtAta, 0 at Mat. addl hWlkr aMteVwten'te Mr'UM.MriaMHlt. ut) aatlaM MMllMr llelat UaattUt. LeMllOtlMlMMff iiTinuti i-aawtkaaUff aader tht headset Waata, Tar MtiUelud rcH.1aaer11oa,'w tents ale, tor Xeal,,Uol aa IfiH.NtliurlUi.fM per inter BPawqeen. laaenioaa aeir prut. -aa. uawsa aw (vinirin at raajara. ;fil ,. i - T Oil 'PlfU - JT It OP 0 Sjf L SFQIJ.TOBA.'COO; " OmoibirotOit4iiritiiiTilii,l lf - WMmtMWi Att,MM.i,1ML i 1 ,.. toalo. rromali ii taatiaooii rilkikm faMokos i OT tko aoit-rohtaod. WU1 ka wijwl ol Uu lb ul "It O'.W m. , ca THUMDiT, Mh lutat,bt I , 10,000) ny THODtAHD fOUID! Of TOBACCO, r tko boo oftko troopo oospUod from IkU S.pct ' If ...... v. . " . .LVlTS-. -. -r v iMi.Hni uiMii oi pur TOUlkla la siltll you. flat., aa UkOMO. 00 BOAT laforlor to Iko TidVooausoaii' IM'i'lnf ," Tb. fco...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 September 1866

y li it,! YV. HPBTAGK A.gO., PDBLIBHKR3. " IB. T. HAN3C0M. KDITOB. TOEDT MOUnafEPtlUBRRlS. IBM BraenAtaxTHi' pbesidext YEITMBAY. "TWHtanibf TtoPAtfrbfet to the n' ' " tioAl'tHaV-ha be& the jni! for mini " Iribtlto ot Aire Hju"oraiiKjftlgnIJl'cnce fai list) porpotanf UtUfylng tba-appreclatioo ,,,.. t.,g?a4, poyular fitart, of th4,vouiio I! w rifkkh.hSirM.Cikt Magistrate of tit nation, ol)!i'JaAxUlrjUiacoiudentilt parsae. m-'ImttrtclerdV W wu ailed tipontrn rVnutaWrof otisjroisnei visitor. kmoBf ' j , Lli .1 i .-- tt... " I.TJ ,fom were Senator. Covaevof Fenmylva jobUi Ex-Qovernort Braixoar and Jonaoox, of X ntfcat Bute, lion. A. J. Bahdall, aAii other. " 'Al three o'clock p. A? n'e ivas Tislted by the headof buttso of tic Treasury. De partment, who came to extend to him a cor dial nrc4eome,hoiaea(Urihia aligning jours ney. Among thenomberpretentwerallon. " Joust WiLBO',1 Third Auditor; Geo. F. K. "J ,'Bnjixi,''(Tnltd'8uU Treasurer; 41. It ' ttctaqao, 'Comptroller of the Cnrrency;...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 September 1866

gMtonnl epHfHirntt ClTT OOUNCILA BOABO Of ALDEBRKW. Tha Board net .art eTealnej it the asaal hoori ,,, rrfildnl T. B. Lloya, Em, la tht chair. "i J recent, Metarf . Talt. Noji, time, Lewli, Edmund ton, aina, Barr, Maeriider, OilUk, A. Ltojd, Tnrton, MeCathraa and Owtfi. i TM ft! 1M befora tfca Board . a eommanlea iMOiIha Major aonottnelng'bl approval of car tel a acta.' Abo eeaomanlenUon nomlanttnf Jacob Vonda Mebrumnmliilontr of Improvement! for tbe aao end "ward, In place of Jamai vr. Bpaldlaf, daoaaaad. Bafarrad to Committee on IuDrovemonti. 2 f. Bpnli . ir. lurvoa rretntaa tie paction or wm. K. HWDIHdVIDtrirlBTl WW DUB OB BO Till" ttaenth ttreet, from New York avenue, to 0 street. Rtftrred. 4 Mr. A! Llotd pranatad tha ptlUoo-of John F. DefteM., Referred. Alao ftaeonnuleatlea from Fielding R. Dorter, ealllex attention to a pnliane. Bafamd to tha health omHtoo. no alio IntrodBoad n bill Inereailnf tha oonpon tattoo. Qgiaalerof walghUandmaaioraitolSOOpar annnjn. Referred. Abo ft bi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 September 1866

TUESDAY M011SIS0 l SBPHMBKB 19, 1888. Ocoaof Aum TowXD, who is writing admirable letter from Europe to the New York World, gim the following racy ketches of an English steamer scene : Three weeki go I took passage for IlaTre on a channel sUamboat. Ai I went into the cabin to select my berth I found that all the placet, tome twenty In nmaWr, were engag ed for the Doie of Beaufort ." Hit grace if to giro u the honor of his pretence to-night," laid the steward, with suppressed and almoit awed articulation. 1 recalled this dnke at the Hannch corner Tatire who recently adriaed the Admiralty to tmlldlno'tnore monitors, bocaose they were Yankee Inrentiong. lie carae along In the special can abont 1 o'clock, the boatbeina- detained an honr and a half for hia benefit, whereby all the paasen gets mused mo noon train lor rant, ana ar tired tight honra behind the company' time. lie wu auociated with a lot of Tonnar fellow, arcraging twenty-elcht ycara per baps, orerbcarwg, wall-faced, bullying ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 September 1866

."v-i - "' ' ' -' 'PJ M S.Iot- UA' itB fcrJ i VW aelatt wt I. low frlri' u if MttUR"tflATTIllVH'nPHB I V a.wV J.i.fl-1 I 1 J. X IV - ' " -- r.a,, Wi4nfMOM4i f a aw aw MiLiUilt WWfcflWMlH Ht AMLM . j y -- ''i.rii i srer.? BBteaB WBeaTaWBaW "?"".' Bairailii I A , .rr.- - . I .. .. f 1 ' " 'i Ti - m'i ;;'r 1 .Larwt -fKL WWW ii i TYK0P08ALB FOR TOBAflOO SFSBii "TIM Bum nUMmi, iuMitoshMflittr(i .-.. tBBI 1M W11 Maulr IIHlllll 11 mil l .w .wiuaaa naoyi WPiMk.MBtMKII WW M -Lnaif iMnlM' " - - ' -" " ' .. ' HIiiilMifil l V. 'A'ftX&fW 4 wn MullMli IMMT UUAr.ktMk WMM IIMftlfr U teak u fr.sftftssi'c&rfettKf Mitrrf i "t ( i "f Tc ri toiJJWM5iiir- I jpAQ ROfl A LfivFiO BrMK AT,- 1 "v ri.i;.;r-r.ry.,:??2.,!T?r-. '-r . . siiifiT,rr.,;,ss:7.,lfiTOi lkUwiH..Uri 1M. Ull:.r Ul ItahiJ iw ivlm ivr u U f tk tTM UUWinuknUielil niMliipwlMii U Mi' iimIIM ukMstUfulllr l nutni. 1 IlllllHIMillliiB Tin Tint krf milfill ill UtMt .HI brBTBBB MBBI m BIB V UaSB IkB KlMMHaa MMi-"-AIS 4. roitwllnli.T., Mlk0OTn...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 September 1866

? zrsr rihInBtonCltsr, T. O. j t y.J'.'MOBTAQg 00, PBLIBUKIta ' ' -I8.PnAN800't.KDri,OB.1iJ . . L ' '1 - WKDHEBD1T M0RSIHO, EEPRMBER 19. ISM THR.PBEarTBBHT AHCtSU HIM, , .-.ThtjMhlnglaoRirijiLfclK' tikes heart from tha bet tbat If President Johnson's re- ctption-In tie North and West has been , cither too warm or too cold, when he arrive "i ..home.WiyMhlngton h will bo received by the people with" open arms. The'Rirmu tux doetnot'iUte the reason for this enthn- v lasm on the part of 'the people of the na " tlonai: capital. The old resident are natn ,r rally ecesh; and the temporary sojonrners '. la waehlnjton, holding 'offlcei In the w m rlont departments, haro been inbeldized by " the Northern press' to throw tip' their' hats '-1 for Andrew Johnson, that he may discern the difference between spontaneous and paid '-''itipport JJotton Tramcrift. The abore'rU from a public print consid ered" the "pink of propriety In Journalism, whilst it eihalcs the moat, exqniiita essence of radical...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 September 1866

JmEitoibi iH)lJ4rti BnPiferajHaeaneaM tl ' . II' m"l I a i-'ii'-i a xoo&Xm xrarvro. ijif - -Tui Bas Baia. Contest Betwken thi c --'h if roi tAit xxoiuioma Vmtxxdat f V - Lltna Vicrokiovi Ai til aipMttd tbe friendly covert UtWeea toe National but hall club, of T this eitrY the famed Bxeelstor, of BrookJn, U T,ryiitnlyflrnooB, drew oat an Immense K MMtmi of the lovers of oir national fame, ffmMyoftMp!Mooi em on, whom were a large amber of WmUdiUk'i fairest damsels and eome - Ileal aetroMawfco throaflioat the entire gam mentfestedvtheir latereet by hsnd-oUpplns; and . waving of Immaculate eanbrte. Tht members of ( the National cannot rewire twrnnch praise for the consecration whloh the exhibited In thalr ar nupments for the eoufort ef tbe spectator. Am - pithoaUleel Mali have been erected, capable cf neeon. modeling several thousand people, while a fence had been eoastrected arosnd the eoath alda of (ha groaade to prevent the latnuloa of tha Ju veniles, who manifested their Interes...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 September 1866

4 w THE NATIONAL, KEEUBLICAN. ,; SVDNE8,DAy. ,MQKNIflQ, 'SEPjmU'&niaoU- r?mii& v ear toftmiMwWtfc "-"u fr aroraamr noaawd, BKmMBH.it, iim , .. . .. . b.Mf.l.t.l.llJkJ-l . ?. Sii enS,"" few mUei tnm Kliigaton, Canada. ,5 West,' to "Wandyjit, tha rlcUm being u .v.ttUe rlrt Tyenof act, named Kate -''Blbley.tHe illegitfinatn child of Sehnyltr , Sibley and a, ItfaKait. Dns, and tha I. T- 'Pf PfOTOCHlon being the refusal of the child to aay Its praysrs. It appears that on tbeWht in question the mother hd beaten Pt"ua mm raw mae lor nearly an nour, rrraa when rendered Insensible by pain and ,los of blood, thmat It Into a chair and went ' J- to bed. ' For a time the child wu heard to ,,100 M if in interne agony, bnt soon be l eama quiet, and nothing more was heard H1 H,M uiuiuujjj, tiucu a. Kiiaui EUVllUI, the room found the child dead, and immedf , ., .ately gare the alarm. UponUfUng the child from the floor, where It had fallen, a most ' rerollins tight was presented. The head, -j...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 September 1866

BW. mm - . THE NATIONAL REPpLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY; THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN rUDLISlIED DAILY. BATH Of ADTHTXStYO. On tqvtr,tkrt4tr,... ... Oil tqtkra, foir 4yt.......... ... On qtart, Irt . ..too , so , too , t W J.T.TT OTBr J MTtrwiBiiw,w www Mh waii Itoul. TwliftirMkft4TrtlMaMUlT9pr mlU- ttltlOBtl. Mttorlil tUM M Mill ft Vmk IimtIUi. LmU aUM SO MBti Mi Ma. Mlk IftMftlOl. ATtrUMBMli mbU( ai4l Ut 1.m4 of Villi, For 111. For JUit, LmI lid loud, liMrtloi, ttn 111U Mr Ui i Htiiqiiit liurtloii hUf prlti. Us lla ir ! toMtlttU a Kiairi. MTirttMMaU akuli b kaadid la Uton alai o'lluk 9 at. rilOPOHALB, pUOPOSALB FOR TOBACCO. OfflCI DtWT CtMll.tM.lY Of BtTBtllTIVCI. I . . WAiBIJiaTO, D.a,tlpLft,186. t BiilM PropoiiU lDdiptUiti.or Ihi form fariUbid lr tin nidirslgnd, will bi rmUij it IhU ifloi liUI It o'itlr ,a THUIUDAT. lOth li.tent for (A 000) FIY K TllOUtAIf D P0UXDI OF TOBACCO. fortbiBMofthilroop iippllid fron IhU dtpot, tl matt bi a food, loua utlU i( plug tobuao, u aiir i powIbU Ii iligli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REP PELICAN, TIIUKSDAY MORNING, SElTOHiLlt '20, 8m. m w. 9mt r-i,T:.. , U -voanliiuton city, l. C. j W. J. MUKTAQH A CO , rUPUSIIKRd S P. HANSCOM. KDITOB. TnUBSDAT MOBNINO SBPIKMBBB 1. 1884 ONE OFTIIF. "TRIED PATRIOTS." Among the itinerant so-callcil loyalists or Ijio South who lire now filling the role of clrctnt-preachfrs of radicalism In the Northern States Is A. J. Hamilton, who ii unsparlnjr In his abuse of President Jonxsox General IUTUCR, and all other eminent criminal law. jers, tell ns that it Is competent to show to the court the character of the .witness In all points affecting his credibility. Now, Jack IIahh toi arraigns President Jflutsov as the embodiment of moral and political turpitude. Unt what Is Jack's rec ord? Wo will not reproduce the charges made against him by the press in those States where he is better known than in Washington, but will only transcribe a po lice record made ono year ago in this citj , which will at least show that the title of ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 September 1866

THK NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1866. Dtationnl lUpttMifau. IiOOAZi NEWTS. - a Tnn Bar Ball Tourney. The second day of tb be batt tourney wu opsoed yesterday morula by a match between tbe national Juniors and nln lte4 from the Exeelilor, of Brooklyn, N. Y., th Eleotlo, of New York, And tb Atlantic, or Jamaica, i.. i. An lonowiog u in seor Ficxxn IT mi. Nitionit.. Ja Jewell, .,,.1 4 Weel, c 2 i uatiex.r.i .....i rnmmluge, p ... l 1 Holt, lb s i Booth,! fa A 1 Housing, f A 1 PaleheB, ftb A 1 Alllxr,a t X Glover, I f 2 11 PBMd.Zb.t ,,, Hargeceer.a a 1 Ceseldy, a f 1 ifoninot, i d.. Tabler.1 f Merr, p Career, r f Doyle, 1 b ....A ....1 ...2 27 lft ixmxoa. 1 1 ! 27 17 4 A 8 T ft 7-1 117 Picked Nine... ...I 1 1 3 0 1 Oil national, Jr.. Umpire Mr Mills, ottheUalo Fly-catcbc National 18, Picked 1Mb 10. The main gam of th day, between tht Union, of this city, and tb Excelsiors, took place) at 1) p. m., and attracted a larg numbr of spectators, among which wa a right ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 September 1866

THE NATIONAL. .REFUTOOAN. rUBSDAY AIQIINING,. SJfl?'LEHi.JJ. 'I' 0. 1S0. Rational jgfcjiMirm THDR8DAT MORNING:. SEPTEMBER 20, 1686. Te FeUat Ame)tlse.r livaiUa of Csmada Csjwtesw plates! lie Onjeet of PIn1cr The MTmt Deaamncetl ljr Colonel llttberto aavd ike Senate. We have received from the moat rcliahle sources, this afternoon, the report of another contemplated Invasion of Canada in a short time. It appears that three hundred men have been organized in IJoston by certain parties, one of whom was formerly connected with tne O'Mahoncy organization, to leave the city and proceed quietly in detachments to Uuflalo, or some vulnerable point of the British provinces which may be adjacent, for tho purpose of making a wholesale raid" on toe nearest town and villages in their reach. The leaders of the proposed movement followed the troops of Sweeney during the last campaign to carry off such plunder ns they might find j ond they were at once re pudiated by the Fenian officers, and were obl...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1866

BSSrl ).ULTmltArt Hi. a J' TTHE IfATIONAPUBLIC AN " '"WtwnED DAILY. ' 1ATM OF ADYIITHWO. On tqitr, tfcra 7t .flX Oh aquar. f t.m J M OuMi4r.lTt4kr.ft S 00 0hq"",flx'ir I 00 ltrrkr4 UwUmiwu, to wr mi U41 MraiL TwIn ( Mk MTirtiMMMti, ft ytr Milt. ' . Mltariaf loUtM M inU par Hit, auk lit-fi-Hoa. Itaal otlM S9 taila Nf lilt, Mk liMrtloa M AtiMMt . tadartba haa! tor Waita.ror " )tl,rrftMtTLMtaa4ri4tMUMrUtt( miU 40 ptrllntttfccHfctatlaMrtloMktirprtM. flj CtxUaMrlMoiiUUUft vqvir. iii . ,-.AtTtrUiaaU afcoaM b haaaa tt Vaf ill ruorosA-LH. pnorosALS for forage. lifTAT QrAirnvAltBi' Orrtoi, I !Mttltii.r!A, JM.,s.pUibrn, 1M4 I ftldpropoulawilIntklFA ft! thla aflaa watll 13 o'alock, to., TIIURSDir. 8ub 17. lftM, for fur&liblBf Ut.DpirtmDt with FORiOl for a Mri4 of iix () moaUta, etamieiir Oatabar 1. 1M6, aid idtDff tb 31 l T f Marah, 1M7 liaUalr, tl l COBM. OATS, IUT, AMD STXIW, for of ulmaia la ! smbllc aarrlaa, Ac t t till ML or aar othai-localllrwllUa laU mbibubA that mar b dlractad. All...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1866

Mwwwjjwuim Waahlnitton City, X C. W. J. MURTAGII A CO , rPBUBIlKRS a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. FRIDAY MORSIKQj I WtPIBMBER 21, 18 RAID UPON THE PnESinEVrT If any man, or sat of men, supposes that the office of President of the United States is a bed of down, he or. they had better come to Washington nndttslt the Execntlre Man sion any day and observe the comers and goers. The crowd of offico-sccVcrs begin the siege of the White House about nine o'clock in the morning of each day, and they never leave in the afternoon until they are notified by the proper officers of tho household that Tin PauiDitT has gone to dinner. hat remains of the crowd then slowly mores away from the Mansion much after the order of a fnneral procession. About seven in the evening the anxkms ones begin to collect again and taVe their placet in lie ante room the first comers getting the best pl e$ upon the sofa. Men. women and children fre quently compose the groups. Now and then we have observed a Senator or Repre se...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1866

Zirwm?mZ&Tfr$&3fr 1HE NATIONAL ItEPUBTJOANt FRIDAY MUKmNG SEPTEMBER 21, 1866. vSSffrnZwWKfrvA trvy fii0g9f9Vf0KBB MrTRnroLm Police Hoard. This Board attembled at their room, on Tenth street wtit, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Th polle report, fur tbt quarter anoint; Jin 40, ISM. wbleb wu Uld before the Board by Mil or A. 0 Riehard. km reoetvad and approved. Tk nambor of arrtiti mad by tha deleotlv "eorpt Aarinc tbat pariod wa 137 tb amount of property reported lost or stolen, $20,449 15; tb .mount of property rooTrd by tb eorpe, 8,02 J 95 nambtr of robberies reported, 163. Thevomberofiialiaaeei reported to tb ikbI tarT force, 1,6&3j nambr abated, 1,653, amount or floei Imposed, 20 80j nambtr of deed hone and eowg removed, 57. Tb regular patrol for mad ft,U4 arnitl. of. whom 4,913 wcr na1a and 1,341 wr fame!', 1,305 war married and 3,849 wr single) 3,894 could read and writ and 2,460 eoald not. Th nnmbr of euu In wfcloh. flni wr Imposed wi S,M7f dltmirad, 2,118 tarnad...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1866

infl JAfciablto ' IlE$Ml RlOKNIN(j; SKPlEMRKM'ai. 1SG(. SJational lqntHiQtu FRIDAY MORNIXO :::' SEPTEMDER 21. 188 A. A necontretlon Item. 1S B. Forrest. R. Chalmers, formerly gen erals in the rebel armies, and sereral others, in Memphis, telegraphed yesterday to the Soldiers' ConTcntion at Cleveland: The soldiers of the lata confederate army met here to-day and deputed, the under signed to congratulate your Convention on Its efforts to restore peace and quietude to the country, and to express their deep sym pathy with your patriotic purpose; and fur ther, to assure vou that the confederate sol diers are entirely willing to leave the deter mination of their rights as citizens of the States and of the the United States to the soldiers of the Union. On our own partt we pledge security of hfe, person, and property, and freedom of speech and opinion, to alt. Amass meeting will be held here to-morrow night, to give forma! expression to these sen timents." "Whereupon the Tribune sneers: "I...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 September 1866

nHfy'MZ ' "'""' "- x ""' W, ' W?frA4n:.&K??&uffi THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. JSktimutl lpMiM. TIIE NATIONAL RKPDBUOAI, a PUBLISHED DAILY. miTxs or ADnmiina. Ou iqitrt, Una depe .......... 00 One a,aere, foar dare... ....... Oaeeqaare, Ave dare. S 00 OBeequare,eti4afe. t SO Iverf otker da? adTerUBeieeate,M ptr eeoL addl tloanl. Tarlaa waak adTarttMMaaU, f f par eented dltloaal. -" Idieetiel .atlaaa M eeate per llne.eick In tertian. LeU aeUeee M aaata par Ilia, eaek laeertloa. AdvortleeB.eata eeeriafandet Ua keeda of WaaU, Far lata. Tat Kaat,Laaaa4 Toiit,aiataiaTtlaa,fm aaata par line) aaaaaaaal laeertWae keif price. Its llaaa at laaa aaaitllita ft eqaere, AdverUaeeBla ikonld be headed It Vetera also elek p. m. TBI HAnoitAt HXrUSUCAS I. MttlaaW ...rj BMralBf (Btalsr. T.pU4) .7 W J. KraTAsa k Co ,. Sit Stalk rtn.t,aa. I. farilakt. t. tabwrl am (17 aarrlan) at7SMBt.paraioaU. Mall iaU.rlb.ra, II W par aaaara H 00" for six noatbl 1 sal tt CO for tarn jaottaa, tnarlatt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 September 1866

Jii&itiiam.imii m - . 11 'ill" THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MOBNINGUSEPIiaMRSrt. 2:2. ,1306. . sscst: I I I I -.! UiiHi(ttii. tViuehlnn-ton City, J. C. w. iTMTjnfloirA co"ruLiaiiKius. a. T. HAN8C0M. EDITOR. BAXUBDAT JIORNtNoXSKPIKMnEn St 18M. IIEALTII OF HECBETAIIY SEW ARD. Wo an happy to learn that tho health of the Secretary of State continue! to improve, and that he will probably be able soon to attend to his official dalles. REACI1INU rORIVAltD, A few dayi ago we published an article from a Southern journal expressing the view that no limit to the exactions of tho radical party could bo relied upon as their ulti matum. They said " if we should ratify tho proposed amendment to the Constitution wo have no guarantee that this would secure our rcadinission to representation In Con gress." That tIcw of tho Intentions of the radicals is fully sustained by the following extract from an article in the last New York Independent, the editor of which was present at the radical Con...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 September 1866

ZtSMefK&rknmf THE NATIONAL REPUBTJOAN, SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 22. 1866. TZ!Z!Z!!!vuievfn' 'fy'i'g5frtM ptofiottat .gUpuMtoe IiOOAIi jrirws. Tine Scntfmiit-FwT. Th disagreeable weather of jeiterday preTented perioni from villi lng tha Farx U wUneae the cloelog aoeneiof tht BchaetBea-Foit, and Ttrythlng about tht lace was dull, there being bat few vis-flora protest. A largo .amber of tht members of tho oorpi wort preaeat, It being the daj for the attribution of tht prliei. Tht tne inhere oongregated In tht banquet halt, when the Fifth earalry band wtrt .Hallooed, and ana ltd theauelTet daring tht day by rooal tonilo, telling itorlet and quaffing fiehaetien wlot aid lager. Tht larft flehuetien bottlee wtra pawed arotnd and frequently emptied. At 9 o'clock In tht moraine Shooting Muter Keuler, with Menre. Math, lTeeie, Hertlg d Heme, btgan to inect tht target!, and gave tht name of the following gentlemen at entitled to receive prim: 1. Twelve; twenty dollar gold pltcta: to Phil...

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. — 22 September 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNIlVG.SElTIFHJ': 22. 'J8W5. w I." il 1 1 ,' I t II " lit gjitfioiial Jtpiilliail. C? SAIBBDAV MORNING.'! SEPTEMBER 22, IBM. Clcverl Told. There a sensation story afloat some lime ago about n man ' In Mobile who, in committing sniclde, cat on" hit head and hid it so effectually that no one has ever been able to find IL The clrcnmatance excited the enry of tome chap out 'West, who thus telle of a horrible affair that recently oc curred out in his tection: An Indian there who had lived unhappily with fifty or sixty squaws, determined upon suicido. Desiring that no ono should be able to Identify any portion of him, ho cut off both legs and carried thera about fivo miles into the woods, on foot and alone, lie buried them, and then cut off both his arms, which he carried some fire miles further and buried. Then cutting out his tongue, that ho might be unable to tell any one he might meet who ho was he proceeded several miles further, chanting his death...

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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