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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1860

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. The National BcroBUCAN It published, every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Secoad street, nbd is delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at throe dol lar! and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Jgy All communications, whether on usl ncss or for publication, should be addressed to LEWI8 CLEPHANEACo, Washington, D. C. PUBLISHERS' IfOTIQBS. Subscriptions, advertisements, and comma nications, intended for this paper, "may be left at Adarason's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office, when ooplei of the paper may also be bad immediately 'oti' its issue. Advertisements should bo sent in be'pra twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may hare to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FIRDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1860. No. 16...

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. — 14 December 1860

NATfONAL RErttBLICAN. ,0 Friday, December 14, 1860. ,0a the outside trill be found the Addreu of Geo. M. Weston, Esq., delivered befaro the Republican Association last evening. It U reported that Gen. Caas has resigned the office of Secretary of Stale. The canse i aid to be, on account of the Cabinet refusing to afford a proper defence for Fort Moultrie. .- . . ffSf We shall on Monday next issue thir paper in the morning, instead of the afternoon, as at present. We are inductd to do this from the fact that oar subscription is so largely on the Increftse, that we find it impossible to serve our subscri bers with the papers at a reasonable hour in the afternoon. In mating this change we incur additional expense ; but, as it will be the only penny morning paper issued in this city, it will give it a 'Yery extensive circulation, and consequent ly most command a large shore of advertising patronage. tSS" The National Republican has been published but a little over two weeks, and now has ...

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. — 14 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS. NATIONAL CONVENTION OP ONION PRAYER MEETINGS. THIRD DAT, KTEltltfO SISSIOIT. ' The Convention reassembled last nitt at eight o'clock, according to previous adjourn ment , , The congregation ng a' hymn. The President read a, part of the Uth chap Urof John. After which, "How. sweet the name of Jesus is," was 'long, and Mr. L. G. Bingham, of N. Y., led in prayer. The President, Mr. W. II. Fowle, then' read several letters, containing reqaests for the prayers of the Convention, which, he said, were not in order yet he'felt it his duty to allow their reception. ' Among the' others, an unconverted gentle man, the head of a family of eight members, was anxious for himself, and especially for his two eldest sons, who were apparently uncon cerned in relation to the interest of their souls. A mother asked prayer for her family. She is a member 6( the Trinity Chnrcb, of this city. Mr. Bingham remarked, that in order to carrv out the designs of the last Convention, it would bo neces...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1860

N.4PQPL PP.UBLTOAN. c6aircsioitED. "VVTjlte the American rmtty iu in existonco in this city,' proacript ion" in" every form seemed 4hen to be' the order of the day towards the members of that party. Now we nave to record an instance of an industrious mechanic, who was employed at the Capitol, being discharged for stating, la the presence of a master, brick layer, that he believed the election of Lincoln was, not so great a calamity to the country as the election of Breckinridge would hare been. Wo think these Administration' flunkies will soon discover that the proscription of mechanics for political opinions will be ruthcr an unprofit able business. Mohe Anok. Bcciunan, tdi ALttacD Muiim-mn. Al fred Dachanau, the young man arrested at a village on the Erie railroad, on Monday, charged With the murder of Mrs. Shancks, was brought back to New York on Thursday, in custody. On his arrival, he was met by a large and excited crowd, who threatened to lynch him on the spot, but the officer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 December 1860

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The National RcrDBMCAff ii published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at tba comer of Indiana Avenue and Second street) and is delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail aubscribers at three dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in 'advance. Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. tSf All communications, whether on usi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPIIA.NE k Co, Washington, D. C. PUBLISHPIIS' NOTIC. Subscriptions, advertisement, and comma nications, intended for this paper, may be left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office, whore copies of the paper may also be had Immediately pn, its issue. Advertisements should be seht'' in befora twelve o'clock, M., otherwise tiiey may have to lie ot cr a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu-. Iarly with reference to onr citjr affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. QSKimkl Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 December 1860

NATIONAL KErUBLICAN. Saturday, December 15, 18GO. '" j 4ST We shall on Monday next issue this ! paper in the morning, instead of the afternoon. ' To the People of the Untied Staler. A RECOMMENDATION. Numerous appeals hnve been mado tn me by pious and patriotic associations and citizens. id view of tho present distracted and danger mis condition of our country, to recommend that a day be set apart for Humiliation', Fast 1N0, and 1'kayeii, throughout the Union. Iii compliance with their request, and tuy own sense of duty, I desiginato Fridjy, the Uh day of January, 18G1, e !.!- 1 I .L- .L- . . plo assembiron' that day, according to tneir j several forma of worthip, td keep it aS a solemn ' paJj hi The Union of the 8tates is at the present ' moment threatened with alarming and imme- ' diate danger-panic and distress of a fearful character prevail throughout the,land-our la- u.: ..i.,: :.i.... i . .i i UUIIUU UUUUIBUUU Bit, RHIlUUh CUIUIUj UlOUba OUU ' consequently deprived oftho means ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS. RiLtatocs. Rev. Thomas II. Stockton will preach In the House of Representatives at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning, on the " Lordship of Christ." The Fourth" Presbyterian Church, Ninth street, will be reopened for public worship to morrow morning, when Iter. John Chambers, of Philadelphia, will preach. At the New York A-ienuo Church, Rev. Dr. Spring, of New York, will-preach in the morn ing, on " The value of the Gospel to our Amer ican Institutions." At the Thirteenth street Baptist Chnreli, Rev. Dr.'Sampson, Presidentnf Columbian Col-' lege, will preach in the morninp, aud Rev. Mr. Senate, of the College, at night. The Young Men's Christian Association will have special prater meetings' at their rooms 6n Monday next, at 9 A. M , and at 7 P.M. The object of the meeting is to Invoke the Divine blessing on our cquntry In it present condi tion. , , Strmnnc Codkt, YcstKRnXT. On motion of A. WHIImsJ0E'q., A. W. Arrington, Esq, of Illinois, was 'admitted an attorney and coun sel...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. -x. VIRGINIA THE WHIQ. The Richmond Whig presents tho point strongly, that secession, as proposed by South Carojina, is no remedy for alleged Southern grievances, bat a cowardly running away, and abandonment of alt the public property and ail the Territories to the North. The ICAtjfsays: " It Is not our purpose at present to euter into any elaboration of our views in reference to the pending crisis, but only to hint at them in a very brief manner. In the first place, then, wo are for exhausting all rational and honorable expedients for obtaining a redress of Southern grievances in tho Union, before1 taking up our hit and walking out of the Union, To this end we are for a State Con vention for a Convention of the Southern States and for a general Convention of all tho States. And if, through the instrumentality of these various Conventions, we cannot effect an adjustment of the differences and difficulties existing between the North and the South, then we are in ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1860

THE NAT iONAL REPUBLICAN ' IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MOilWIHO, " (srj.VDATB EXCEPTED,) On Seventh itreet, near K, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers, tlx centa per week, paya ble to ft carriers,, I To mall subscribers, three dol!txs and 'fifty centa per annum, payable In advancel ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, fonr days 1.25 One (quare, five days 1.50 One square, six days 1.75 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 square, one year 30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. QSSSattkl Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SfMbAY, DECEMBER 17, 1860. No. 18. it, n r iM -, - n askaoj- y PRICE one cawr. ALONE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1860

T NATIONAL KErUULICAN. ' - . t Monday, December 17, 18G0. THE AMBITION OP SOUTH CAROLINA. A correspondent at Charleston, of ft New YorV citjr paper, says : I " Any ofTeri of compromise in relation to the ' hi aver j question which, ruay hare place In the proceedings of Congrev, will prove utterly vain no far -as South Carolina is concerned. An) concessions to slavery will net meet her cose. She considers the anli slavery movement us , only one or her grievances. She wants freo ! trade, and l.e will have it. Shu ii hound to ' make her seaport ft great city. What Paris is , tv France that Charleston is to South Carolina t nnd Charleston will have her y. both in and I out of the Convention and the Legislature. Iflhcre ever was a case of sheer unit persist cnt " bambtoilement," as Colonel Benton would call It, If he was now living, it is the attempt to mislead the country Into the belief that any grievance in respect to slavery is the cause ol the nulliGcation of South Carolina. The und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS. Religious. Yesterday was another very tin- Sleasant day for church-goers, and somewhat iminishedtne attendance at the various places of public worship. But'some of the churches, where the services were of special Interest, wero very largely attended, and there was a reasonable attendance at all the rest. Fourth rrubyttrian Church. This church, the main ball of which has been closed for im provement and enlargement, was reopened yes terday morning. A very largo congregation was in attendance. After an appropriate hymn by the choir, the pastor, Hev. J. C. Smith, offered a very fervent prayer. Rev. John Chambers, of Philadelphia, then delivered a very impressive discourse from the 2d chapter of Ilaggai, 1st to 9th verses, in clusive, lie observed, in opening, that this congregation was. not hero.for the purpose of self gratification. Their object was identified with time and eternity. Whatever is intended to advance the great object of Christ, viz: the salvation of mankind,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1860

NATpNAL KBBUBLTOVN. I THE BALTIMORE SUN. Washington, December 13, 1860. Muse. Editors: Recently the Republican, In noticing the disunion sentiments of the Bal timore Sun, cautioned our citizens.of the dis astroos, consequences to property which must inevitably ensue from disunion. Would prop erly only suffer from a disruption of our Union 1 Would not nil business, of every description, certainly tease 7 Washington has uo inde pepdent source of commerce, but all her pros perity is dependent upon the circumstance, that ahe la the nationnl metropolis. Disunion, by destroying the Government, would abolish thi metropolis. Then the mordants' goods would i rot in tho store, the mechanic nnd cleric bo i nnven irom nis employment, and the property holder deprived of his rents and his wealth. And this is not all. Ruinous to every descrip tion of interests as that would be, it would bo but a trifle of the terrihle consequences which must attend disunion. No doubt, in the furious struggle of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1860

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SONDATB EXCEPTED,) Oa Seventh street, ocas E, opposite the General Post Ofllce, by LEWIS CLEPHANE A CO. TSRilS. To city subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carrier!. To mall subscriber three dollars said fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. hates dp ADVtiilTisni'd. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days , 1.25 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days , 1,75 One Square, two weeks t, 2.J5 On square, three weeks ...'.... ;,.. S.60 One square, one month 4,oq One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 18 00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day- and once week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, tea cents a line. Church and other notices, Mid wants, twsnty five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. ifflnifoit C J?CV 51 C K X Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1860. No. 19. , PRICE ONE CENT. Parson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1860

m inim tia ij iWIPWXW NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, December 18, 1800. Tu Senate; Yistkrd ay. The great feature of the day ih the ipeech of Judge Wade. The galleries were densely packed, while liter ally thousands were unable to get in. Judge Wado always speaks well, but he never spoke with more power, as he never spoke upon a greater occasion. He scouted the fallacy of peaceable secession, and warned the South Crrolinians that they took the hazard of revolutionists, to be honored as heroes if they succeeded, but tiilio treated at rebels If they failed. The Committee ok the Cams. Wo learn that thn pnmmittpn. vpttArdav. voted to take UP , 4 J7 . II. W. Davis's resolution in repcct to the fugi .. I l 1.. .. ...r.,iu I live slave law. Aiierapis weto uiiut-v.ij made to give precedence to other propositions on' other snbjecti. Mr. Reuben Davis, of Mis sissippi, retired in a miff, in consequent of this action of the committee. Mr. II. W. Davis's proposition is, in brief, that the free Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1860

I 1, . . - LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. Tho Board met last night. Messrs. Dove, the President, Drown, Bayly. Bohrer, Clark, Donoho, Dunnington, Fisher, McNcrhany, Moore, Trice, Ward, and Bemmes, were present. Tho monthly report of the Orphan Asylum was received and referred to the Committco on Claims. Messrs. Wallace, Savage, and Dels, petition ed for the remission of fines ; petitions referred. Mr. Dunnington mado eomo remarks in ref erence to the lire-plugs near the northeast cor ner of Second street and Pennsylvania avenue, which called forth a discussion which was par ticipated In by Messrs. McNcrhany, Fisher, Ward, Bohrer, Price, and others. During this discussion, many of the details of the Water Department were called forth, and a communication was presented by Mr. Dun nington from tho Registrar's office. It seems that a misunderstanding exists between somo of the officials, and their respective duties do not appear to be clearly defined. Some of the Board we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1860

:swai2?rr3i TraMflXL KBPtMISJXN. APPORTIONMENT FOU MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. In the House, December 13, Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, introduced a bill, of which the following is a cony i. Be U enacted In the Senate ami House of licprttentaliveaaftne Untied Mates in Congress assembled, That frdm and after the third of March, eighteen hundred nnd sixty-three, the number of members of the House of Represent atives to he apportioned among tho several States shall be ascertained in the manner pre scribed in the provisions of this act. Sec. 2. And be it Jurther enacted, That so soon as the present and such subsequent enu meration of the inhabitants of the several "Mies, directed by tho Constitution of the United States to-be taken every ten ) firs, shall he comnleted and returned to the office of the I)e partment of the Interior, it shall bo the duty of too oecreta-y ot tue Interior toascertiiii ine nggrcgato representative population trithin the tereral Statu, including inose bound to service for a t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1860

it. ..'" ' ' I i THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh itrtet, near B, opposite the General Poat ODlce, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TEIIMS. To cltj subscribers, six cents per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and Bfljr cents per annum, payable In advance. One square 1 three days fl.00 On square,' fotdarc.ia.,:5aM3S,"l.. 1.25 One square, five days............................ 1.50 One square, six day 1.75 One square, two'ttek:'.';.iJ...,..0,1;1.;...' J.75 One square, three wsks......ij.'jv,'j3:;f3;50 One square, one m,onth.....,w,.,...ni)oo One square, three, months ... 10.00 One square, six months.. .'...'.. .'....'..r..'.,., ,.-.'! DO One square, one year .vVi.f.1 30.00 Every other day stud fence week advertise ments, fifty per cent, sdvancs on lbs above Inserted as reading matter, Un cents a line. Church and other notices and wants, twenty fire cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1860

' NATIONAL, .KEEUBLTCAN. Wednesday, December 10, 1860. Conantsi Yestkrhay. In thn Senate, Mr. Crittenden introduced resolutions proposing terms of compromiso of existing inter-State difficulties, and made a speech in support of the same. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, made a Union speech, denying the right of a State to secede, and takiog strong ground in faor of tho en forcement of the laws, regardless of pretended acts of secession. In the House, the resolution offered on Monday, by Mr. Crawford, of Georgia, was laid on the table. The day was mainly devo ted to business. The 18th of December lias come and gone, and the Union still survives, notwithstanding the predictions of Senator Hammond and othera to the contrary. Whether it owes Its continued existence to anjthing else than the pestilence which frightened the delegates from Columbia, is not altogether certain. THE COMMITTEE OF THlRTY-TUREE. In this committee, to-day, on motion of Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, the propositions of Mr. D...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1860

rmx T -- LOCAL NEWS. SHimsoKUM Lectures. The lectures at the Smithsonian will commence this evening, nt 7 o'clock. Professor Fairrnan Rogers, of Phil Bdelpliia, will commence a course of lectures on " Civil Engineering j " tho particular branch of the subject to be treated of lo-night being, " roads ana bridges, and the principles involved in their construction." Tho course will prob ably be one of great interest, and will, no doubt, bo largely attended. Another Festival. TbeladiesoftheYoung Men's Christian Association mission school; at the corner of Fourth and 0 streets, commenced a festival at the rooms of the Christian Associ ation, opposite Brown's hotel, last night. It will continue during the remainder of the week, when a great variety of nice things will be of fered for sale for the benefit ot the school. Drop in. Comtakt C ills BoMETniKO to 8ay. Com pany C, Washington Light Infautry, assembled nt their armory on Monday evening, the -17th instant. Tho endorsement of certain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1860

)' Hy"! NATfONAL KErUBUCAN. WADE ON THE FUTURE OP THE UNION. v. fled themselves .with thincs nasi ami nreaent. bat have boldly encroached upon the regions of the future. Airy imagination has hence had ncli'tiW We In their budget of argument mod reasons. Many a man has been misled 'by these fanciful portraits of a future of which not one idea in n thousand stands a chance of ever being realized. Mr. Wade, in his unan swerable speech, delivered yesterday in the Bcnate, undertook to compete with the seces sionists tn this OMault on things to come, mid, wo think, with infinitely more good elfect than they. He said that he felt the more reconciled to the proposed losaofthc Gulf States, from the consideration that the States which would be left would be immediately put into a position to ac cept the protectorate of Mexico, which had been hitherto withheld from us by reason of the alienation engendered in that country by the ultra slarcry and filibustering policy of this Government. With t...

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