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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1866

rSSffSSSSSSSSSvjL ww-(rlrfJ 'fWTj "THETATIONAL "REPUBLICAN ---- , m ' PtJBUSHKD- DAILY. THEyATIONAL REPTOLI&A1, PUBIilSIIKDDAILY. . TBI rfATrtiTAS BirTTBMCAB It r.bllak.4 t7 .rataf (laa4ata .iMfM) T W i. Until. Co , 111 Hlata atrf,aa4 la f.r.lak.4 a. .abMrlten (dt arrlra) al 78 Matt mt aaealh. BATH OF ADTHTIMBO. M Oil qtn,Urt4ir 00 OHiqtm, Amy ar... J 0l4l4tlfKlriNIMM4MM oo Oaeeqaare,eU(fay....v ......... sHery olaetiay Unrtlimnti.lO ft aaai, ad.il ttotrtli TWI TH UTWtllWIlh, yt MKt.U- '"wHorUl oi ' WalT-jar .lne.eaab laeerto. Kail tatwibm, M.00 hi uimi MO) far aU .n.t . M m i-ii r.,it. t. ...... y a. a. mm. riT.MMo;aa,aa.a, Hatla oplM, 4 Mala, TBI WIIKLT aTATItWAL UrTOIUH It falUaMtrarr rr!4a, aaaiala, i Oat aT ... rar H00 TkiM MtlM .a. ,Mt, UMl taa t.,Ul ... laaal aoUeva M Mli pr lla aaefc laeartlea. voilVi. ilTNtaaWHMVIIUIttUI MMIIIWUUJM ala. Tar ftaal. Leal leaad, laeertloa, ( mbu WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24. 1866. NO. 256. Ml.' ., w m vsBf va -ii Mtf...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1866

"ftt&MMavamnf If 11 i, t i' ii' III. VI, PntiottrtI jgrpuMiam. & Voliinton City. T. c. W. J. MUBTAGH A 00, PUBLISHERS. 8. P. HAN8COM, EDITOR. MONDAY MORSraa:::::SEriEMBER 24, 18M. HOW APPLICATIONS FOR AP P01STMEHTH TO OFFICE ARE TO BE HADE TnE FRE.NI- .BKHT DEGLUES TO RECEIVE THEM. In tIcw of the enorraons pressure made .upon Tin; Presisext aloce the Philadelphia Convention by delegations and committees, many of which were self-constituted and did not really represent the communities or even the ilea he conserratire sentiment of tho communl- i front whence they came,Tni Phesidext, as we stated in the Retoucax on Saturday, has been obliged to adopt a rule by which he wdl hereafter be governed in receiving ap plications for, and making appointments to, office. That rule is laid down in a letter which has already been sent to several dele gations, and will form the text of letters to be sent hereafter to all other similar com mittees. The followingils a,oopy .f one of the let t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1866

r"7"i I flhi TOE NATIONAL REPPBTJCAN, MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER. 24., 186(5. yatt0gt'BpttMig liOOAIi 3NTETWS. Tns New Attachment Law. It will be romembered that during tht lut jeiiton of Con. ,,imi a tut'lrs patl Mthoriilnc tho Clerk of i BBprosso uoan 01 tois aisinc. to uni an u- M Uekatot Ufbr or Awing th pondsaeT of toll, wpoo ili alBdavU of orodltor that hit debtor Ii 'rrtlag or U ftbovtto ndo tho proeoitof tW soarl, erfcas moTt4orIi ftbovt to rnor torn of kls protart to vad paring Ma Jut toots. Ttao Irtt aa aader tats law tu Won Jidn Writ. la chambers, on Tharsdey. Charon A Co. is4 eat u attachment acolnsi Hanoi A Bon, on tho affidavits of 8. H. Howell and B. II. Wlauatt. Tho defendants' counsel moved to qauh tho wrltj sad, , afUr hearing tho witnesses and remarks by ooaattl. tho Judge doeldod that tho pUIotlff had failed to SistsJa tbolr tut, and ordsrod tho property ro- " , stored Hum Bradley and Bradley appears for tbi plalntlffi, aad ft. S. Davis for tho dsfonduU.. , Set Un...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1866

THE ,NATIONAH .REPUBLICAN.-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21. iSGi. V i U ; ' ,: r i jpKatttfl gtrPttMitaa. MONDAY MOIUHSO, :::.SKrTKMBER 24, 18. Jf stcanlrr. DMerlptlon of the Pnrl Lt-L- The; mistook their own Indignant reding for emotions of piety; encouraged in them perm, by reading and meditation, a deposi tion to brood orcr their wrongs, and when tkey bad worked themselrea into hating their enemlei, .Imagined they were only hating the enemies of Bearen. In tho New Testament there waa little, indeed, which, eren when perrerted by tho moat disiujennous ci posi tion, could seera to eonntenance the indul gence of malerolent passions. Bat tho Old Testament contained the his tory ofarace selected by God to be witnesses of Ilia unity and minlstera of Ilia Tcngcancc,. and specially commanded by Him to do many things which, if done without Itis special c6mmand, would hare been atrocious. In such a history it was not difficult for Derce and gloomy spirits to find much that might be stored to ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1866

U ...... A .. JY.. .. -J- OBOBBBB !SyV'Sl?t JV&tSrjtVtt&W '. 2ffr&a&&fr. '. n rrr; i fVi r- T1IETTATI0NAX-REPUBLICAN i .1 ', Jim ' tj. PUBLISHED DAILY. ' Jlf " m k THE MnONATmEPOBLICAli tottWittoE ' PTJBLI8nr.1T DAILY. THl BaTIObTAL BlnrSLIOAB kith ADTStniiira. Oi 041 nr, threo daya w Oaetqure, few tlaj..v ? JJ OiiiwttT4&rt4fkf "J On Matrt, ilt fnya ....... I o ti9itL'TwtoMmkMTtrt-wt"r . M- dltioant . , ta pabllabed every morales (Soadaye Hepld) by Wf J.MotajCo,o SUBiaibatreel1aallararalahd t eabeerlbre (by terrier.) at TS oto per oaoalb. all aotaarlboro, WOO pee aaaom i0 for; el otoathe ; .ad tt 00 lev lkro.Uv leawlo aV aal. eouaoa. FIT eepeee year, IS5.0O, logl eoploo, $ eeota. TBI ariSKLT BATlOgAI, J.IPOBIICA , le pobUabd Try Friday Boerolaj I Oaa eepr eo yo 11 00 1 Tan eeple you, M.001 Tea eoplee . year, 111 00. ' ' Mlionu Mn.oe ffi in,fn BTiira. . 11 MU MT Una, !. lneertle. . Maun water th head of AlnrUMMijf anderUtekeMdiof Wintl.For VOLVI. WASHINGTON CI...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1866

IteMSBvywv WIWWI IWWi -1HE-NMTONAT KEPPBfcfOAI '.ii t i ., f ItofionnJ gkiniMknu. cy Wiwhlnaton City, p W. J. MURTAOH A CO , PUBLISHERS. i- - 8. P. nANSCOM, EDITOR TUESDAY HORNIKQ SEPTEMBER 19. ISM THE CLEVELAND COXVEXTIO.V PKENETATIOM OF TOE ItERO. LrfriOW) AND ADDREM8 TO THE 1'HEMIDOiT. Thecommittee appointed by the Soldiers' and Bailors'' ConfpUon, recently held at Cincinnati, to proceed to Washington and present Tui ParjuoixT with pfBcial copies or the resolution! and address adopted by that body, have arrived in the city. They are requested to meet in one of the parlors ofWilIartls' Hotel at 10 o'clock this room ing, and will shortly afterwards proceed to the Executive Mansion to perform the duty assigned them. The Block Mieep Among the Month- 'era Loyalists When the statement that II. Q. Norton, one of the vagrant Southern loyalists who arc earning their bread and butter by mating a crusade in the North against Tim PuaitiikT and tho Union, had become disgusted with his mission...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1866

9Bw -- -yr-w" '?'! WJJWsj vv" -- r" " ". '- "3?ywir'&. ;:-" TmLNAlIONALLREEUBiJCT; .TUJBSOAY1 MrtfafVtffehiOTiAMUi- &", Rational Qtyvtolitm. Omr Councils Board or Aldirmkk. Tba Boar4 mat Uat evealneat tat usual bo art tha PiMtdtat (17 K. Lloyd,1 Km ,1 In tht thalr. Pru unt: Messrs. Tfclt.CroM. Noye, Gallex, Tartos, aivtn, A, Llevd, Owen, MtCathrnn, and Barr. Tht Chair InJA baforn tht Board a aommanlta tlon (toh th 'Mtror, unclosing; a aommnnloatlon from fbwComlitlonf of tha Washington Asylum, unking certain aagfaationi with rtfartnet to th Improvement oTcaid Institution. Tht Coramlerioner tuggtttt thataa additional wing b Added to tbt Aijlam building. During tht put ytar thtrt hart ntver btt n lose than two hundred and fifty Inmalta, and daring tht fall aid winttr montfaa tbty hart aomttlmrt txettdtd thrtt hundred. Tht Cemmlnlontr alio anggaatt that a wall bt trtettd aroand (hat portion of tht prttnUaa which Affords Ingres and tgrttj to tht Inmatta. Alio, that tht lamatti bt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1866

7X$V&Sm ' :i: e if t I i. III t ; l r '' tl ItntioimJ fif iiMitm CD1 TUESDAY MORMDfa l"SKPTIMBKll Ei, 18118. ArlVy"lleCmlIer. Tlit CMco Timet mvk A aborting af fray occnrreJ In front of the Varietlca Thea tre a hi evenings since, between two well known gamblers named David Stanton and James Lary. The former ia a permanent rcaident of Chicago, and the latter, it la Bald, hails from Memphis. They had been engaged In a friendly 'contest of skill" in the gambling robma located in tho Varieties building, and there a dispute aroae concerning the wager. The precise nature of the dispute could not bo ascertained at tho time, but it Is repre sented o have been of a very trivial nature. From the gambling room Stanton and Lcary proceeded to the atrcct and seated them selves on some barrels in front of an adjoin ing saloon. Here they diaenssed their dilTerencca for aome time, in a frame of mind which did not appear to threaten serious consequences. Finally Lcary took from his pocket a re vo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1866

V A' ?;-.& ?- ', ' "r sw II in i ui ! in ill it i in wfi TTTn"t W!- ' ' -J! -" v y-..i:.. ... wjp w. VM vn-tk r ' - -. ' WK V r ) he I S i .it,.,, n Lrt.f.'A4f,'r!I,Trv "-"WV7T- . .... inwi inimniiii amaL ij lbt. gt.w r-i-rrr--irj - , .. . affrayi I lb !. a. -JI a isjT. J- - . . .1 a. i . . . ..-h -A Wt--- a" I pa T -p pm ten. .. ,rtrt4f .J...j w lif(.vii..tiM.u....tw. ICO htf JnrtMMtkfO H Mat - i r1 -. 2" "i""t iTj I R4l IV -T"X"Li""" -V. W MiTfJT-l.'IViJ -1- - J ' .. . . . M i55ifiiiHs i-. i I 4i2tf fllinll .Mmaw aw -aw yw wifwi unrnth Mk9MXmSUtirdUMiMUtrtia,lmiu a Mr ni unpiuu invratH hu pnti. i IA fai'tlee a, !" -x I i ,! ,ytj(v- pnOFOHA'IiS. Hwc lluruDAun run ituuau&i DBOPOBALS FOB T , BllAMLrBiA,PA,S.p.BBB It, KM.' -seeled propoi.li will be neeired el tail imiwi 111 CelMb, .. TBOBSDATf lpumbe V, IMS, for J .'.(Ml, ! inUMVftlf MHBtN ., eo t . t-r.hU.. thl. Da....t with BOaAOB tar a Mria4 , j el elx II) moalh., KTiuulH Petekot I, IMS, 111 IT i .. coi,6atCha7.adaw, .;-' e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1866

HHtfaULU.mut "ySf !' rf i in mmmMww XmmHlnaton 0.ty P. ? W. J. MBBTAQU A 00., PITBUSHEKS. B,rUAfloiivai bvixuu. WBD5B8DAT MOMIBO, SEPTEMBER M, ISM ' c HAJTOB OEH. DIX .APPOINTED MINISTER TO FBAHCE. "TeiitrditTHiPMaiDixt'of the United BUtes appointed Mnjor GtnerJ Jons A. Die to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister ""'Plenipotentiary' 16 the Imperial Court of France. Ttce Jon TIioelow, removed. This r Is a nomlnaUonemlnently fit to be made. ' . THE OCEAN TELEGRAPH. There la difficulty somewhere at the bot tom of the Atlantic Ocean. Mr. Fumi's cable it In trouble. It don't talk well, and when It doea talk, it announces the Important facta that '"chceae is active," that "pork is hea,vy," or that tome woman it "condoling" with tome man, neither of which Is worth a gold dollar a word to the American press, nor worth an American copper to the American people. The Mew York Herald, commenting on the subject, tavt - - "The wires across Newfoundland arc get ting oat oi repair too onen. mcy have...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1866

fum it.fj-ajj V Mkit'M"l "J"' Htiottal (Mira. c'v.-I On Ntrloiit,' 0i Tm Hatch lit. twin t Uinoo, or Waiiimtoi, aid iu Kb. tiuiui, , or BaLTiaoaa, YliTaaoir Ta. -,.', -JJinoMViOtoioti. Too outoh tamo Utwooo. ? Au?M 0 kaU "S ,f lal " U En. n,tornrtao,o'BoUlnoro, wkloh woo to ban takao . . Um m ViM7, kit wklah ml poitpnxi u ao. . . o of tho wottlor, oomo ofjaatordajr oftoreooo. " ' o t0 imuli ooth of lk Wilto Hobbo, u n. ,! 1 0 Tlolor tor Ik Uoloos, tkt Mora at tho i. .V owaJoaloB of tho iw ttwdlaf, Doto M, lotor V j iprtM 14. Tko Colon, pla;i wilk Don tku tkalr HOootomoil iklU. Bloollao, Batwook, d 8tI?oo ' tor dlitlanbkod thnuslrsi bj iplaadld kattlag aad oalohlof, wblah woo daMrrad tlaodlU from tko Jarto lanibar of qwotatoro promt. Bat two kooio rau won mado dariaf tko guio, til tkooo bj niotlloo tad Bafcoook. Tko followlof li tko TT.fo.- 0 Imams.. a Xtiitnok0.fM...., 4 Xlu&T, ...... 1 Bmo,l.t OUdss,l 4' GBaowlalr.&., 4 Prls,lb 4 Wa.hUI, lb 5 Ooldanllk, t Oornaa, ... Vron;i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1866

BwasBEKzresHBsn3!re!& BIIHUUIBWIiy i i -t t 1. I t I 1 it I i. i i i i i1 I I 'I I ' yghtr; gffifcttca& WSDNUDAt M05rSO,BBPTIMBERJ9, ue Tot cbtbt mtu of the addresses: mads recently la tie North bv the to-called Soath- , i era Loyalist ta the false allegation of their - - own Istecurlty of person and property, and - reitrkyon from tn speech at their rcipect- Iveomet and throughout the whole' South. X mora bare-faced falsehood wai nerer con- eeirtd nor mured; nor accepted for true - wtwn'as little evidence. The coolest, the ' f abkat,- and hence i the ifloit mischievous of ,.-.ta Handeren of the Southern people, is a -. NeV Orloans lawyer bv tho name of Durant. , 'ho has not templed to represent, at a com- " 'tnnnltv Afaeaaaalna ih vwtnnl. anion o whnm i lie- hat lived for yean, made a fortune In hit profession, and enjoyed undisturbed Immu nity front rtolence. though well known to hare expressed political opinions adverse to those of tho moss of his fcilow-citliena. From men...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1866

J '! V t Me national reeublicah s V PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL ItfoPUBLICAli Hq)wMir&E PUBLISHED DAILY. ,r TEE EATIOEAL BaVTMIOiX ' X MBltaa.! .var, raorala, (Iaa4afa intpU) f Wf, 1. MraTA.l C.,, U Elalk atrt,aa4 la f.raUa. U aaVaaribm (1 taRtara) al T5 amta ft mala. ItaU aalTiUra, Mm par aaaaBai'HM Tapal raaraUl I tat tl 00 fat Um Baalaa, tmymartmUf ataTa aM. FIT. aopU. .a ,af , ISA. 00, Slagl. aoptM, I ..ala. TBI WMXtr EATIOIAt MTUELICAS ' IB ,tflUr.sd,BTar7 Friday aaaralaf I Oaa ao,7 oa. ,aar fl OOf-Tlra io,taa oaa ,aar, EOOOt Taa aaalaa a, jaar.lUOO. RATW - ASTUTUISA. Om 141m, IbrM daya 0PI1BM, fOlf dayt. Ob iijiin, It 4ri(f DMA MUM. llTjiTI. tlla 100 00 If ory Mhor Say UTfftlManli.K Mr tat b41 tlaial. Twtwka4TctlMaMiU,Tr' Mil, 4 U1obb1 Editorial ioUim B for lli,Mh Uaortloa. Loll BOtlOO Mtt for lilt, Mlk llBOrtlOB AlrtrtlMMitt hbIii u4nlk kUif WMli,?er tin. ForKtltLitM rovioaslMtrtloatfra waits Mr tUt MfaMt laaorttoaa halfprlao, fix Him or Iom 00 latitat a aair AdTartUoao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1866

am aBHHasffisasasaEsssafflasiesffl2a !3SBiBS3Hm umMjUJiBj wn VStBSmS . I !1 I I: J I I I gjatiomil UiniMtr;itt. Wnntatntrtoti city. . C. W. J. MURTAGIT CO., PCBLISHER9. S. T. HANSCOM. EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING. tSEPTBMBER 17. 1M. THE JIARTYR DUDLEY IIIN SAC RIHCE AND HCFFEKINUS ! COOLNESS OF A RADICAL CLERK. ThoM who took the trouble to read, yester day, the telegraphic report of the opening proceedings of the Pittsburg "8. ud 8." Con vention will recollect that a "Mr. Pddlet" obtained the election of "temporary chair man" of that body, and that the Convention was startled by the announcement that the aforesaid "Mr. Dcdlct" had actually re signed his place as a cttrh in the Internal Rev enue Bnrean because, as the report says, a "(wo days" leave of absence to attend the Pittsburg Convention was not grantod him 1 Startled by this piece of political informa tion which was telegraphed to the entire press of the country, we proceeded early yesterday to ascertain whether, in con sequence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1866

TBBz jfAIION-AlL JETUBLIClAN, THTJBSDAY MORNING. 'SEPTEER 27. 1866. pntionnt Qtfihlitw. IiOOAIi -3NT Jil W fi- ThR OrRAT METHODIST JCBILIIG-Wlth tb Deer approach of October, all the Methodist Episcopal ehurfiboo of Waahlngtra, QeorrHown, and Alexandria are now aotlrely eegand 1b eom pl.llegthelf errafltetnetiti forepproprfate celebra tions of the "JIvndrtdthytarorH.tWUin." The whole noatb will be devoted to thee exeraUei Ml Dieters aa member, official and aaofflelal; all lb Sabbath aehooli, with tholr officer and teach ra,wlll ddabllats unit, to theta.ua meetings, which will hereafter bo ADDODDOod, and no pal oi or ox pooio wilt bo tparod to roador all tho axereleee of tho moit iBtereitlog, edifying, and tmpr.tf.ve character. Tho cbarebei of Baltimore end other parti of liaryUod. are alio full alive to the Importaat an niversary. Wo have boon favored with a view of tho now and beautiful medal which ara designed for dlstribtt Hon la oar Babbtth Schools, On. ! about tho the and really...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 September 1866

?u 4rt?w4Mtwii,fc -i 5 A. n. I -V , t- : l gjfajfynra! UjMMiMt. antJRDAt MOnNINQ.:ErTEMBKR J7, lfllfc From Fori Jfonroc A Herniation In Norlolk-A DefeaUIn; Edltor Elopfmcut Ac TLo cottom&ry anietneM in social circles, and the absence of any excitement Just now In Norfolk, V received a sodden shock, in the raraoin which perrade the street, re sMCtlnff s. defalcation, with which the name of t well-known resident is connected. It appears that Mr. 0. 0. Flint, proprietor of the Old Dominion, a Norfolk newspaper, and the chief ftceonntont of the Portsmouth na j yard, disappeared from the city several weeks ago, and now tarns out to be a defunlter to the amount of about $8,000. The sole victim Is the National Kx change Bank of Norfolk. At a la to hour last Saturday evening, Justice Carfcrow, at the instance of tho officers of the bank, issued an attachment against the Old Dominion office, and within tbo same hour tho sheriff of the city took possession of the building, but did not int...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1866

-THE-NATIONAL-REPOBUOAN v ;i, 0 .! - rUBUSHBD. DAILY. mine AnTUTUIKv. Om ifun, thr elayn. Oneeqnare, ff daya,. I w J 00 110 une aquBre, bt . vi eqaare, aixoayp.i kM!MkM44?4vrttittU.ao Mf Mit kill. tlonei. TwltaWMkBiftlMMlitffffr niLU. dllloual Ultorlal bUm M nt par Uat,ek Uftertlea, Im1 noUeee 18 U ear lln, eaeh Itaertloa AlrrtUBiUMBlifaBdtUhM4irWuU(rf Sale, Vo HK let u4 roaad, tertloaffi eeat Mr (lie eabeeqneat laaertloaa half prle. Us line or 1 oi.llat a eqaare AdtntlMunu ehoald be headed la befor tin IMK v n XJXPIIE88E8, ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, orrici Mt nisi, avehue. BRABCn 0? NCI sit PaUXITLYAJU AVMUI, WASR1M0TON OITT, D. C. QRaUT 1AST1X, voftTBiKir, WMTiRir, aid awrrnitii ixpriss I0KW1BDIU. MtRCdlHDTH 0BlT, JKWUHT, VlttTlBLIS, ROTI8, STOCKS, B0KD8, Ac , Forward with iiM? ant llepaUl. U all ateitfblt eetloai of th aoaatry.. Thla Company hu Agendo la Ih principal railway' tow la th KOSTH, BAST, WIST, AND MOKTBWUT. tu principal olaaa at WASB1M0T0H, P 0 ,BBW TO a ST, B08TOK, PHIL- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1866

" " 1. I . .. I .. .nr -, ., , --p.- -. -U.ji,!g--,i.L,jj j jfyjiijpjw.fl """" ...... ..... W 'r ill' Rational gUpttlrtican. I . . . Wonlilnictim City. 3). C W. J. MUIITA01I ft CO., PUBLISHERS. 8. P. HAN9C0M, EDITOR. FRIDAY MORNING:.!':' SEPTEMBER 23. ISM. DOCTOR RANDOLPH. Tha most effective speaker the trump card in the pock of the fire-tried legalists and patriot) from the South la Dr. Uax Dol.rH, k colored man, ho claims to have in hl reins the blood of the Handou-hs of Vir ginia. In the primary schools of New Kng land the children are taught to believe the "white man la veryonsartin," and we imagine that Till Pxuidint, if he ahould take the trouble to read about the peregrinations and speeches of the "tried" patriots who arc do ing the nasty work of the radicals in the North, will conclude that some men, not ex actly white, are slightly unreliable. Doctor IUsDomi, who Is the bright, par ticular star In the namiltonian galaxy, pro fesses to be the "Special Agent of the Lou isiana...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 September 1866

1HB NAITOKAIr itEPTJBlilCAN, FttlDAY MOKMNGt SKTElkB &--I868. Ilational gcpubliraw XiOOAijrarws. Tournament at Gikbboro. The tourna. moot uil plo-nla btt ai Qlesboro' Point y-ei tarda for th bentU of St, Domtotck'i new (Catholic) eh arch now being ret(l at th corner or Sixth trt west and F itreet louth, la tba Sereoth ward, wis irni pleasing end luccMsfal affair. The aUaraer Marion mad hour! trip from tho 8renth etreet wharf to Qleeboro, and 07 ton Veloek a Urg number of persons win present, amove whom, won minj residtnti of tht oounty of Washington, and tho adjoining countlet of Mary land. Tho band of tho Fifth United States car alrj wai In attendant; and performed 10 mo eicel loot pleon of muilo a tho lueceetful knlghti would earrr off tho ring. Tbe following li a Hit of tbo knttbti: Knight of Washington F. M. Barlholow. Knight of tht Qood CauseA. Tolion. Knight of Warer!? W Edelin. Knight of OroonwoodJ. Dooglaa Martin. Knlgbt of V ooditookT. Moiher, Jr. Knight of tbo Lono Sta...

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. — 28 September 1866

WMWOIMWrB'I.U irt THE yATJPAL, liEP.UTOPAy., FRIDAY, JflQllKlNG, SEXMhly ' PS..15HH. c gniiou.il UuiMiQii. TMDAY MOnyiNQ::::;:: SKPTEMDKR M..1I88. Tm anther of the followlor (which we find In the New Orleans f.nu-) nasi fort touched & iorl of hamen "torpedo,1 toarcely ) terrible than Victor Hogo'i "d.Ttl fish ;" tICTlKAL. II oeemed that her whole eoa formation Were charged with electrical Sret while kr eye f ae it bright id nil Motions, Like sparks from Ihe telegraph win. 'Tie said that la many disorders , Magnetic appliance cere Bat ash an cleetrleal earreet 1 mere than my aerreo caa eodure. I ranched bnt the tips of her flog, Aid felt ft sensation m rare t f Methlukc If nr arms hod eatwtued ber Tbly would hare beea paralysed there. r J. II. P. Ii.fH.CTa IIcRTrcp to VKaETATiON. The lloriiculturut for August has tho follort.ng rfclpe for the' destruction of insects which attack Yegotation, when the application can be made on a umalf ca!e. It is perhaps not too late In the season...

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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