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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 May 1861

1 ifftViVf!fyiB7itM3i LOCAX NEWS. ADVANCE OF UNITED STATES TROOPS INTO VIRGINIA I OCCUPATION OK ALEXANDRIA AND AR LINOTON HEIGHTS! RETREAT OF TUB SECESSIONISTS! Assassination of Colonel Elhworth I TOE ASSASSIN KILLED ON THE SPOT! Arrival of Colonel Ellsworth's Remains in Washington ! HONORS TO THE' DECEASED I Immediately after our paper went to press yesterday morning, tbo 6rt movement on Vir ginia, by a portion of the troops which bare ueeu for some time stationed here, was made. Throughout the preceding day and evening, the rurning to and fro of troops, and the knowledge that they had all been ordered to prepare extra provisions, and hold themselves -in readiness for a march, tended greatly to excite tbo curi osity of the troops themselves, as well as those of our citizens who had got an inkling concern ing them. About one o'clock yesterday morning, the national limes, apinin oineuu, uie'irupuiiiuu Rifles, Captain Nally, and Company E, Wash ington Light Infantry, (Zouaves.) Captai...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 May 1861

PROPOSALS. NATT DcrARTIRTT, Eurtaufif Yard and 7fc.U.,J'rfI24,186,l SEALiD ri'tl WMA Tor c icli claw separate. , editor ' " 1 rt'potfal fo u.iss No. (hhiiio tbeiUiM,) tor ilio lint) yard l (Dim tho ardj " will bo n terns! U lliin cinco until noori on th 27th ilajr of M iy OPTt, fbr fiirnteiitr;: in t dtltvtring U Ui icvcm) w) aril inm.pit. ili miUTialfi lid arirUea rmtrarel In prii.tfit rehedukd, Mlmli mil bo futnUheJ on appllftlkn.tml Brnl by mull, If o rcquMtoil, u i creoti tlcsli li.g to clfrr to coniraU lor any tr all or the claam oatnftl tber In by tho coHmundanta cf iho icr il amy yards, for tho cIami for tho yurUi, tinJor cbeir corn titnuUf or by the tuiy aginl uoatcsi thereto, or by ibo bu tvnu lor any or all tho yards 7b prrrmJ coTiWiott and mistales in fcaJiny At frrl, no bid wll be received which contains dasta for more than vrt yanl in on ntrlfw ; and icii inJlrMual of a firm mat ,go the bW and contract. lliddtn art hareby caaUooed and part'cilarl? noUfiad that their off...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 May 1861

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (flOlTDAYfl EXCEPTrD,) On 8evenh street, near K, opposite the General Post Office, byt LEWIS CLEPHANE A CO. TERMS. To city subscribers elx and a quarter cent per neck, payable to (to carriers. To mult subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days 1.25 One square, five days...... U0 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.76 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 square, one year 30.00 Every other day adrertlsementf, fifty per cent, additional once a week adrertlsementa charged as new for each insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty flve ctnu for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. uSimffiM, mmmt Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1861. No. 153. I NATIONAL REPUBLICA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 May 1861

It PnbUc-Uon Office, corner of Indian tdu and Pecont tret, lpot fr Mtof lper on Povcntti fctrett, opixwito U10 Cmerf INwt Offlcc. PUBLI8HED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. GEORGE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, Hay 27, 1881. 9 There will be a reception at the Execu tive Mansion on Tuesday evening, the 28th In tent, between the houri of eight and ten o'clock. J6F" Major General Sanford, of New York, haj been assigned to the command of all the New York regiments In the District of Colum bia. J-The American flap; carried to Alexan dria by the Michigan regiment, and now float ing over that city, was purchased here for that purpose, and presented to the regiment, by Mr. Howard, lato M. C. from the Detroit district. S9Tbe vote in the city of Alexandria was 3G5 for secession, and 18 against it. This is hardly one fourth pf the usual vote. The Union men, constituting the vast majority, did not vote at all. 0 The Champion, at New York on Friday, from Aspinwall, brought $354,000, the sma...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 May 1861

T 1 ) ix.xvat:itAsBwijeycr--'J.J--'w' 'rlWJJ&Jmw-''l:xmmmmmi'mm LOCAL NEWS OBSEQUIES Of T1IK LAMKNTED COL. KLL3W0RTH. About seven o'clock on Saturday morning, tlio body of tlio lute Col. E. Elinor Ellsworth wns placed in n magnificent pntinelled rosewood oof fin, with glass top, rind, covered with bouquets of rare and beautiful flowers, taken to the Executive Mansion, under escort of a detach ment of the New York seventy-first regiment, who acted as n gnard of honor. Among other beautiful bouquets placed thereon was one pre sented by the Washington Zouaves, which was placed at the foot of the coffin. At the head of the coffin were the sword and cap of the deceased, while over all were tho Stars and Stripes, which were arranged with great taste around the coffin. The body was clothed in tho uniform in which be was shot, and pre sented a very natural appearance. From eight o'clock until after eleven, the hour announced for the funeral services, the doors were open, and one continu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 May 1861

y $ t ft PROPOSALS. N'ATT liirARTXKXT, wrrau t lard and Dock, April C4, 101 SEALU) ritOl -AW fur each Cms separately, ntdnrwd Mrrpwal8 frr riin Nc (namo t hoc inn,) lor!l,e imy ywil t (namoihu ynni,) 'will bo rnwvril nl ihU ufBip Dbtil noon oq llie .titi tin) v( iliy next, for luruirlitng and dIlYrriog at the several nav) jardj names. , tin inaitrUiU ndartktos mhrnwrt lit printed nchlnW, whtrh will he rurntalH'4 mi i iltCAiiitit, and noi.1 by mail, H m rc-iuchtt), Ui rcrcona L lr a UiMHrUiiontrmllnr any r aUoft!) clattses nAtntxt ttwin, by tho cmnmandanls of tho Mrral navy ardi, fur the tlatttt, Tor the yanti umter their com mand, or by the navy agent tirarvil thereto, or by tbe bu TCau lor any or an iue jrarui. 71 1X1 7b f men t-onyWfon and miifuAei fn $caling tht men. no J rfUlxrtteiduku;k contain iluxi for mor than one yard in vnt tnwh), and vucli Indhldual of a firm must ign uie dm aou luiuruci Hidden ura Iwraby caullonad aud partknlarly notlQtd that lueir oflvrji mutt bo Lu tbo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 May 1861

miuiuummiuaiimiw i i rf RATES OF ADVERTISING.. , Ono square, three days $f.00 One square, fuur days... 1,25 One square, five clays 1.60 One square, lixdays 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeke 3.60 One square, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six monthi 16.00 Ono square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted oiIy once, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. TUP NATIONAL REPUBLICAN is published EVKRY MORNING, (stMiAYK FXCFI'TH),) Ou Six, Ii treet, near 1", opposite the GeU'ial 103t Office, by LEW 13 CLEPHANE 4 CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per wick, payable to ill carriers. To mail subscribers, three dolt.ir and fifty tents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1861, No. 154. NATION...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 May 1861

U . x V p.. - PublicMlon OflleV roi uit of In-liana avenue ai I !A?ciii 1 firm. IviKlf'T vu.-rpti" "!i "rnvh mftt,ni.pct te lbs General rust Orrtc published ryiTclkpiianea CO. UEOI'.IIE SI W EC TON, l.'illlor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, May 28, 186L 5Qy There will be a reception at the Execu tive Mansion od Tuesday evening, tlie 28th in stant, between the hours of eight and ten o'clock. Jgy See on outside telegraphic news, and a description of the state of affairs in Arkansas and Tennessee. 6 The Stenben regiment embarked at New York for Fort Monree on Friday evening, and was to leave the harbor the next morning. The vote of the troops at Harper's Fur ry, is reported at 4,200 for secession and 100 against it. t- At Berkeley Springs precinct in Beikc ley county, which is in the Harper's Ferry Congressional district, Edward Pendleton re ceived 101 votes, as Representative to Congress. Tbe Union men made him their candidate, rice John Janney declined. y We learn that C. H. Upton, Esq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 May 1861

jL IMtlldlWM(WMVUltMdf LOCAL NEWS. CITV COUNCILS, llnvistiot Al.UHiMKV. The llo'ird tact ut .the itstiul hour; I lie Piusidenl in tlm chuir. A lomiiitiniculiuii was received l'ior.i the Mujor, ltitii.j Unit In- hud n proved mi net re ciueline, the joint eouitnitlee to call on tliu seen tury ut Hit! iNui) ilie linininnlion in jojcpii vtnisn, irusicu of .he I'ublic Schools, in place of A. W. M.i- I " . . . . .1 Mr. Bohrer otfered a joint resolution nuthoi- izing the Commissioners of Election in the sixth ward to use a school house for the polls; which was passed. Mr. l'ricti introduced a concurrent lesolution pioviding for an extra meeting of the Councils on Thursday afternoon ; which will adopted. Mr. Price also offered a resolution providing lor the use of fchool-houses in the iil'th ward 011 the day of election ; which whs passed, Mr. Donoho, from the Commjttco on Pub lic Schools, reported adversely to the petition of P. J. Steer, asking the introduction of sew ing machines, in tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 May 1861

fjr fc ! Propocal) for Stationery. Omen Ilotnt or RcrimacxTATn ks I mtu) Manes, .Va 6, 1 861 IN I'Ul'-ll'ANCKo.'llip KM-nlrcnlri imlioii CI Hie mtct OuufircM orAUBiiilI0184J,cnl lliil"Au ail Irgillz li and making aiomtHiiis Tor sueh licccssar) dijeits a have btwausuall) turluiloil la llio h'eucraln'iiruirl.illu lulu wllhuut authority cl lsvY,ail(l lo lis aui iruv uli- fur i ii lam llickleulal t-sitiiHt r Urn Ihpartmciiti ami i Oft not .o triimctit, anil lur utlior pnrismc,' Muletl iirotmeals will lie ri-ctfUttl tu llila ullico unl'l Tile-aila) t 111 liiurlh ilu) I Jul e next , At Ivrclvc nV( rl , U , lur lnriiHlifue llic tulUm iiiif ur II Cidof atatlimi r y for Ilia lisotliii II HKuorltclirvfleiitalhes ortlMlllltwltuitM, vlt Class N 1. S reams svhila cap pjpor, extra sujwiUua, fclat Hoed. 3. 75 ream blue cap paper, axtra supcrflje, feint lined 3. &0 raat&s wtillo cap paper, plain, axtra inptrflna 4 M reams blua cap papar, t lata, ttlra aaperaM 5. SO roama white Bat cap, extr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 May 1861

tuataivm'sm THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (afKDAVd FictrTitn,) On Setea'.b itrcet, near I!, opposite the Genual Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE k CO. TERMS. To city lubecrlbcrs six and a quarter eenti per neck, payable to the carrier). To mall subscriber, three dollar) and fifty cents per annum, payable in adrance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three day) $1.00 One square, four days l.js One square, five days Uo Ono aquare, six day) 1.7S One )quarp, two week) , 1.76 One square, three weeks , 3.60 One square, on mouth 4.00 One square, three month) 10.00 One square, six month) 16.00 One square, one year. 30.00 Every other day advertisement), fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisement) charged a) new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent) a Hoe. Church and other notices, and want), twenty. five cent) for each Insertion. Ten line or less constitut a squar. 3SaBnral lumont V. J(C) Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861. No. 155. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 May 1861

i J : 1 J jfcma;- n I' W & s ft Publication Ofllw, corner of Indiana avenue and Socond Kreet, Depot 6 r ! of lupof' " Seventh street, opposlw Iha Central Pot OtSee. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPUANE A CO. OEOK.lK 11. WMTOV, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, May 29, 1861. The Cabinet are reported to be deliber ating upon the appointment of Got. Banks and Col. Fremont, an Major Generals. No tiro men better represent the vigorous manhood of the country. The latter was trained for and In the army, and as to Governor Banks, while his talents are various, they are especially ex ecutive and military. The nation would hail both appointments with pride and confidence. J-We learn that all the telegraphic dis patches recently seized in the principal cities will be brought to Washington, to bo exam ined by a carefully-selected board. The ex amination will be conducted somewhat on the principle observed in the Dead Letter Office. The senders of private business dispatches need have no fears of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 May 1861

wrtaarm mttn m-iaa T LOCAL NEWS. MORE NEW YOKK. REGIMEN TS ARRIVE. ariuval or mr. aKRMN ninr. reoimfxt. About five n'cloik veaterday afternoon, tho eighth regiment New York volunteers, lietter known as the first German Rifles, arrived, and marched lo lliu various quarters prepared lor them, on PcnnylVn'iia avenue, between Sixth ami Seventh streets. They number about 800 men, who nro divided into (en companies; -.10 recruits wilt also follow them in a fewdavs. Ao engineer corps of twenty men, well equipped neiea occasioned considerable stir through the city, that they were on their way to the steamboat landing, lo depart for Fortress Monroe. The Levee. Tho lovee at the President's mansion last night wa3 very largely attended. Nearly all the members of the Cabinet, a num. ber of foreign ministers, and n fair sprinkling of the army nd 'navy officer!!, were present. The officer and members of the vaiious regi ments now located in tho vicinity of this city were largely represented, as wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 May 1861

if . r - t i h it '. I i I I l.t 11 f 3 " KV r. Proposal! for Stationery. J Orrim Horn ar HrntracxTinm 1 I'xnto STatw, .Ydjr 0, lSfll IX MJKSCANCKnf Iho cotrutceiith ftpctt-uu (t the Act of Oonfrrw DrAigi'i'il8(,nttlwi " .n awl IcgVlz us amt nuking apprci-rtiitKiitt lot inch neiu-uury ol-jfiu a hart been uitull Included fn tli g-menil AppropriiHW bllh without authority oi law, ami to flx and proridn for rerUin tncldtDUl cineDK of Ui6 Department! fcud office of Got rommt, tod for other purposes,' noM proi-osilii will b roctlred at Ihla office twill Tin iy, tho fourth day ot Jod ittit, at tweln o'clock, M , for funiinhiDg tha following artl clea of lUHooery for the uto of lha lfousu of Reprf teatdth of tha UnlUd HUlci, tU t Clai, No 1. ?ft reama whltt cap paper, txtra up-Mflni, felnl Uoad 2, T& raami blue cap paper, extra taper flue, feint lined. M 5. 60 reami white cap paper, plain, extra tuperflna. 4 60 reama blue cap paper, plain, extra superfine 6. 60 reama white flat cap, ext...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 May 1861

ITHE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (hcndats FXCWPTRn,) (Wdwiral MeMiiw On Seieath itrcet, near R, opposite the General Pott Office, by One iqUare, til LEWIS CLEPHANE 4 CO. TERMS. To city tubtcrlbert six and a quarter cent One iquare, en Veai, Kvsryotber day advertisement1 additional J one a week adrertlntnl ai new ror eacn Insertion. Inierted only once, ten cenUi I per week, pay ablt to the carriers. uhurch and otner notice, I Bre eenta for each Inaertlon. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and flfrjr Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1861. No. 156. I cents per annum, payable la advance. Ten line or lew comtltnU a oczjxy-y V v C NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tbs National Kepubllcao. A RECORD OF THE DAY. ' 1 am wrannad In dismal tlilnlclncl." AU't WM UuiiEiuU Well. Bitting at my garret window, half asleep and Halt awake; Or perhaps I might be dreaming, For come hideous thing kept screaming In my ear, " It Is too late." And there came all o'er me stealing, Such ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 May 1861

V -The situation U becoming Itvt several points. nu forces an in tight 3env Butler U receiving re- idly, that it cannot be many 7 twos choose between an r ,-". m Perryville V'f; r. e Northern Cen- 7 ' - " O.1 ;" ith the large con- ?' 'hambersburg, which Pl "Wr. r . arrisbarg papers, can W iVV but a movement towards ky frj from that quarter, r rom me ,e, regiments are advancing upon t The only line of retreat for the ene- sr Ferry, is through the alley of I this is being: menaced br the ad- fou city, and this menace will be when the Manassas Junction u snar be expected daily. ents of the enemy can only be fcsttan early retreat from Harper's most be early, to be made at all,) ion for the defence of Rich- probable. ' i,MttS. items, Aa, on first page. i .U , BlSTSItljl tl. Mnl nttl. liava iho ei rf,"i"snnlfct) volunteer regiments of Illinois 1 far One rears, but that eleven i U'nsUiskm, for the same period, are s uuo the field. danOTi Bines, captain 'attached to Col. Roger A. at, consis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 May 1861
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 June 1861

m . " V Uj i yin mmn Mimimmwmf-' wnr' , ' imj.tr mlfmMi mmwiw jfftfE NATIONAL REPUULICAN V r RATES OP ADVERTISING. ft?Ji J IS PUBLISHED EVEjBY MORNING, One sqoaie, three days $1.00 One iitiarx, four days 1,25 One square, C days i,o Ono square, kixdayc 1.15 One square, two reels J.75 One square, thre week? 3.00 One sqn&r?, oae.ma&lu , 4.00 One sqnare, three month. .1 , 10.00.. I x One square, six months 10.00 One square, one year.,.. , 30.00 Every other day advertisements,' fifty per coot, additional ; once a week advertisements charged at new for each Intertlou. Inserted only once, ten cciila a line. Church 'and other notices, and wants, twem) fire ctnts for each Insertion. Ten Unea or lees constitute a square. ' o o f (ti'sp j vxvmr.n,) '" arrnnr l)u xioili tfteet, nenr B, oppomtH the. General Pout Office, by VS. LKU'i CLEPHANE A'CO. r i F V sw Qr JCS) TRJ1S. t t. dty sabicrlbers six nucj,t, quarlr .eala I r ii I, payable to the carriers, 'J mall subscribers, thru dollars) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 June 1861

Y IuMltl!oi, Offkr. corner of Indian arenue and Second lilroel. PewH.tr r 14 of iwivrs on Seventh tiretl.opuoflitA hlio General rent Ofluf , PUBLISHED BY I,. CLEPHAN1? A CO. OEOItnU U. WESTON-, Editor. NATIONAL ItEPUMJCAN. Saturday, June 1, 1861. - . ... ... i g- -- a SVe are requested to announce that, until , farther notice, tlie President will positively see ho one before nine o'clock, A. M., or alter two o'clock, P. M. Condition or Judge Docglas. A dispatch, received at twelve o'clock last night, by the father-in-law of Judge Douglas, dates that Senator Douglas was then very low so much so, that hopes of his recovery were no longer entertained. Fiohtat Aquti Creek. Information reach ed the Nary Department yesterday afternoon, by the Keystone State, which reports that, on passing Aquia creek, at noon, the Freeborn acd Anacostia were engaging the battery there with success. The Navy Department immediately dis patched two men of war down to support Cap tain Ward. Thqte was little i...

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