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

Mouill first III lieuteJ liettltj M'li Coil licti!l . Col ''eu(J . t CrJ "rst J 'mint . Uj "en J I LOCAL NEWS. Sitecii or SccncTAnv Caueiiox. Wehore with Hutijuin the speech or Secretary Cameron, diliuieil nt Camp Cameron, on Thursday after iiiion ; niul which, I'rom llio ciowded tlale of our coluin s, wn weru necessarily recluded from publishing in jcsletdny morning's issue: "General Cameron commenced by guying a graceful compliment to the regiment, lor the tarnest promptness willi -which they had re sponded to the I'rcaidont'a rail for volunteers, to come foreran! to Washington, for the defence of the capital, ro fraught with hallowed national associations. They had come ready to sacri fice their lives, if necessary, fur the cause of the Union, and on their routo had passed through dangers which had tried their courage and lorlitndo to the fullest extent. They had como as defenders of their country, ottering themselves at u moment when the Government and (he nation nt large were b...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 June 1861

4 us Proposals for Stationery. Oincn I form or rTWtsOTvrjmTr Jtl H'AVCFuf the tewuleutli pulton ui 11 r ftiii'f I O'liLniBOfA; iM-fl. .M.'.tntlls d na.ll anllr'n lul tuakintf Bl'nnrMlN)Lji fu nulIi iuthtrjr iivu n rve ooi 11 usually inuwac i m mo gtiKraiftpi r-prnuimi utiiit iliout authority . I Uw, .n4 to IU mid pioik tnr tcrU u i ven ifl i exiton or Hid iKptirimditii an l flirt i r o "tent, an I tor Ml rr purposM," stntal ihiij.iU will iw nrum iiininuu mini lucmu), tuo loniui ni) oi Juno 'tl, at twelve o. otV., M , for nin.iohinn Urn Killowhig art! 4 of PUtkmerv for tlm uitioCthu luuLWl'..urtsiuUtit Itlie I mud Sutt, tIi : mo 1. T& reami while cap wiper, ixtra iuLerQn, feint lined. 2. 76 reami blue cap paper, extra auperfise, fUt lined. 8. M rera vLlte cap paper, plain, extra auperQne 1 w rMuni oiue cop paper, put c, eira euperuuv. 4 60 reaau white flat cp, extra u per fine 200 reams white q.wiw post, extra auperCce, fe tt lined 7. 24 reams white quarto poet, extra tuperflne, ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 June 1861

aoKSMtrszac THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN nlm -, i Wttfiii mToTiri -1 One square, three days i ,fl.00 One square, four days ... AM One square, fire days 1.60 One square, six days i .' J.Tft One square, two weeks 3.75 One square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one mouth 4.00 One square 'three 1mbnth..l...i ...ilO.OQ One square, six month, .'..v....1...."... '.f6.00v Onesqffare, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty par cent additional onco week advertisements charged a new for each insertion. IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (.MUNUAYS KXCIit'TEl),) On Seventh street, near K, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE ft CO. TERMS, To city subscribers ill and a quarter oenti per week, payable to th carriers. To mail subscriber), three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable in adrance. atiaitm If i'I Inserted only once, ten cents a line. ' . Church and other notices, and wants, twenty. fire cents for each Insertion. Ten line or less constitute a square. Vol. I. ' WASHING...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 June 1861

Publication OUtc corner of Indiana aventia and S.cmd ulrwit Depot for ! of papers oo Seventh street, opposite the General Poet Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE k CO. GEORGE M. WESTON, Editor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, June 3, 1861. Tucker, arrested at Fortress Monroe for alleged treasonable practices, was the clerk of the sutler, and not of General Botler. He was sent, not to this city, but to Fort McHenry. J"" The report in the Pittsburg papers that the town of Morgatitowu, Va., had been attack ed and taken by the secessionists, seems to haTO had no other foundation than the fact, that the secession troops at Grafton, made a foray on Morgan county, and carried off a few arms from the Union men. t& On Wednesday a special election was held in Cecil county, Md., for a member of the House of Delegates, to fill a vacancy, which resulted in the success of Andrew Mclntire, Union. In Elkton, Mr. Mclntire received four hundred votes, against fifteen scattering. JK5y" Robert M. McLane ...

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

U.I j J-SfejUMil cV ' IT I- h ft i M V i LOCAL NEWS. IKATTArKo'JTHiiTnoopiATARUNnToxMii.i.a. One iouare Killed. About eleteti o'clock on Fridny night, a sudden attack was mudo by a rebel troop on Arlington Mills, about six miles west nf Alexandria, which was guarded by a detachment nf the Michigan regiment, under Captain Roth, and company O, of the New York Zouaves. One Zouave, William Cornell, was killed, and another, William Cushman, wounded. The enemy retired after the first discharge. The Zouaves Immediately entered the woods with their rifles, bowie-knives, and revolvers, and fired several volleys at random in the direction from whence the snooting came, but could not tell whether their firing took ef fect. An employee of the mills, named Morti mer, was shot early in the evening by the same scouting party. It was at this mill (the rjrofi crty of General Lee) that a body of the Michi gan troops found the three hundred barrels of flour on Thursday last, as stated in our paper of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 June 1861

Proposal! for Stationery. O.tici IIocm or Rxrtfeumjt-nvEs IM ,-...-, UNITED MATES, Jdyfi,lMl N FUBSLAACLoC Uio ftofcnkeulh scctitm hi tlio actor OonercM of AngBt2C, lSIJ,uiL.U. " An au lcv.lli ng and mixing ipproprutiobs ror uO. oim&wu- objiiU iu LftTe been uiiMilv incluJoU In ilio tfotar. upproiirliuou bilU without authoruy t law, ami lo fix and pru Ido for certain incldeoul expense uf tbe Depertramu auj offlws of Uo eniment, tod for cither purrowi1 ne-iled proposals will bo received at this ofllco until Tuchlay, the fourth Uay ol June nXt, attWelTu'Cl"CV. U .rorrumlahinv tli r1lnu(nff ni. cf Mabooeryfor Uie tof the Houteof Reprcieuuttvci of lb United Sum, tU j Clan No 1. 7ft reams tuu cap puper, extra tuptirflae, feint 2. 7ft raani hint cap paper, extra super floe, faint lined K rmmt white cap paper, pi la, extra superfine 4 ftO ntfnu blue cap paper, plain, extra superfine ft 80 rums wbiunat cap, extra superfine e 200 reams white quarto puat, extra superfl&e, feint 7. 2ft ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1861

uMi'j wiir THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN . 13 runusiiKD EVERY MORNING, (SU.NflAYS KXCM'TKD,) On get f nth ilreet, neur E, opposite lbs Geneial Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE k CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, puyablo in advance. HATES OP ADVERTISING. Ons square, three day! , $1.00 Odo square, four dayi 1.75 One iqnare, Are dayi , 1.60 One iqaare, six days 1,75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One iqaare, three weeki 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One iqaare, three months 10.00 aO X wiJ&j&m i One square, ilx months 1C.00 r .)' une iqaare, one year du.vu , Every other da; advertisements, fifty per cent! additional ; once a week advertisements charged! as new lor eacn insertion. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. Yol.1. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1861. No. 160. r. lf ft NATIONAL ItEPUBL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1861

PabUoatka Ofice, ooratr of Indiana a-enus ud Second J- Depot kruli of papers on 8vlh tire, opposiu tlMOvuralrntonc. PUBLISHED BY L. CLBPHANE 4 CO. OEOROE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, June 4, 1861. . OFFICIAL. APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT. James Watson Webb, of New York, to be Enroy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo tentiary of the United State to Brazil. Thomas II. Nelson, of Indiana, to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to Chili. Allan A. Burton, of Kentucky, to be Minister Resident of the United States to Bogota. George E. Wiss, of Maryland, to be Consul of the United States at Amsterdam. Timothy U. Smith, of Vermont, to bo Consul of the United States at Odessa. Charles L. Bernays, of Missouri, to be Con sul of the United States at Zurich. John D. Arnold, of Illinois, to be Consul of the United States at St. Petersburg. John H. Peters, of South Carolina, to be Con sul of the United States at Tunis. Henry W. Lord, of Mich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1861

1 s, V f r y fc LOCAL NEWS. The Election Yesterday. Tie election yesterday passed oir with remarkable quiet, and a very small voto was cast. The vote is very close, but tbo Unconditional Uuion ticket is probably elected, with tho excoptiou of Mr. Schamberger. The following are nil the returns we have re ceived up to the hour of going to press, (threo o'clock A. II. i) COLLECTOR. Dtxen. Balldsr. Bowcd. Pearson, lstward, 1st prec't, CO 93 - - 2d " 47 172 C 2d ward, 1st " 67 108 2d " 142 146 3d ward. 1st " 103 61 2d " 92 89 4th ward. 1st " 135 131 2d " 94 '239 5th ward, let " 90 124 2d " 157 96 6thward,lst " 88 - 2d " 256. 68 7th ward, 1st " 99 125 2d 87 47 - 9 Total, 1,617 1,499 6 9 Dixon' majority, 18. Reported mujurity. REOITItT.. Douglass. Morffia. ftnwlclc. 1st ward, 1st precinct 76 81 2d " 87 130 - . 2d ward, 1st " 76 96 2d " 156 137 3d ward, 1st " 103 60 2d " 101 82 7 4lhward, Ut " 123 ISO 12 2d " 85 240 6th ward, 1st " . 100 131 2d " 105 101 6th ward. 1st " 264 68 '2d " 7th war...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 June 1861

fcropoials for Stationery. Ornci Hocin or HsracsxirriTim UxntD SrATm, May 6, 1361. TK PUIISUAKCE of the seventeenth lection ot the actf X OoDfrcu or AugiutSO, lM2tcnmloU Au act legalizing and mkingpproprlatloiiB ror such tiecwwry objecta hs bvo been twially inctuUod lit llic general appropriatkm btlls wltboat authority ot law, and to fix and provide- for certain Incidental czncnsei of the Departments and offices or bo mment, and Tor other purposes," sealed proposals will be received at this office until Tuesday, the fourth day or Jutio next, attwslve o'clock, M., for furnishing the following arU cles of stationery for to ussorihe llouse of Reprcsdnum s of too VnlUd Butes, te : CUM. Jfo. 1. ? reams white cap paper, extra superfine, feint lined. 3. 7ft reams blue cap paper, extra superfine, feint lined. 8, M reams white cap paper, plain, extra superfine . ov reams oiae cap paper, pain, extra supenme ft. SO reams white U cap, extra eupernae. 200 reams white quarto pvst, extra superfla....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 June 1861

RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days ,VS One square, fire day) 1.60 One square, six days 1.7fi One square, two weeks 2.7& One square, three weeks 3.50 One squar, one month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months r. 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day Advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twoniy. five cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. QS&&e& 'f If -'1 TERMS. To city subscribers ilz and a quarter cents per week, payable to tbe carriers. To mail subscribers, (tree dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1861. No. 161. THE NATIONAL REPUHLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (rtl MllVI KXCKITKI),) On Mi ii'ith iliirl, neur It, opposite the Oi-o-ml Post Office, by LEWIS CLEI'HANE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 June 1861

Tr-rr t ovuf wwr wwiwg'J tw iw 'iwwHtWJaraajgSRtui rabUoOlon Office, cornf r of InilMiia ornio and jteer-iul Street. Depot fr enle uf pnpers on Seventh slrei-l, onnomto tho General rust ones. PUBLI8IIED BY L. CLEPHANE 4 CO. 0EOIU1K M. VESTOK, F.iUlar. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, Jane 5, 1861. MSP We receive letters daily, inquiring why I the Baltimore Sun ii tolerated as a vehicle of Oorernment patronage. Many people are in dignaut at this. One writes to us to-day, in-1 luting that to confer patronage upon it is to (tire " aid and comfort to the enemy." But the Sun, it will be remembered, lias u wide circle of readers, aud is not without influence. If the 'Oorernment advertising were withdrawn, the Sun might be disposed to do damage to the Ad ministration. Oftentimes, the most effective way to deal with your enemies is to buy them. t&N. P. Willis, poet aud editor, yet re mains in the city. It is suggested that he is making some arrangement at tho War Depart ment by which a l...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 June 1861

ii tyv LOCAL NEWS. RESULT OF THE ELECTION. Thn majority of William iJixou (Uncondi tional Union) for Colli clur, n r Jnmca F. Uali.li.), (Dim.,) 18. Snimie K. Domrliss, (U.U.,) fot Register, has 6G majority over Willium Mmgan, (Dun.) William Forityth, (Uuui.,) lor Burteyor, has 4 1 majority over Le antler Schninbergcr, (U. The following are the Aldermen elected : First Ward Dr. William B. Magrudtr, (Dem.) Second Ward William F. Boyle, (Dem.) Third WardK. ( . Richards, f U. U.) Fuurth Waid Cornelius Wendell, (Dem.) Fijllt Ward Dr. J. M. Hrodhead, (Dem.,) long term ; Nathan Sargent, (11. U.,) short term. Sixth IFurd T. E. Clark, (U. U.) Seventh Ward I nomas E. Llojd, (U. U.) The following are the Councilmen elected i First Waid John B. Turton, (Dem..) Thomas P. Morgan, (Dem.,) and George W. Emerson, (Dem.) Second Ward Z.Richards, (U.U..) George T. Haul), (U. U.,) und Grafton Powell, (Dem.) Thiid Waid Thomas Lewis, (U. 0.,) Alex ander Ii. Shepherd, (U. U.,) and T. A. Ste vens, (U. U.) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 June 1861

i Mat ocffc'iwwwtjj 'n ja ujpam"wffiTMTywj ttVMaW ttM'i ' i t $ KATT DtFARTMtIT, Bureau of Construction, J c, June 1, 1861. PROPOSALS nil) lie received at tl.tt Bureau until the 1 Slli day uf June, fur llio complete conitruction und equipment of Steam Screw Gun-Beats, Including (par, rlgg'ttg, sails, nwn Injra, boati, cables and anchors, tanks, catks, furniture, cooking apparatus, and all the outfits lor a vessel of vrur ready for st a service. The iteani machinery, the fuel fur the eauie, the armanent and provision!, will bo provided by tha Government. Proposal! will only be recelred from ship uuuuers who are actually engaged in luat oust wuiiuvis nun ttm unusuy enriiffeu in mat oust t itto kinds or mall kk sua keys onset uras ami Ui ,- - ,: ... . '.;.,. . . .. n , lieni, Ad satisfactory erldence to that effect will ' U'ir iron-dlirfrn,t lu form una construcilun, art r- which lll be exhibited at the Ueparlmenl. be reauired from imrile. nmnntlno trhn r , nt t"lrc1 "u1 Pixpu"'' hU "r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 June 1861

ivwnr''vr.-.Vtr uc-r3 gufeanl3eTni 1-L'J J Mjn " 'M ) ltlHfrlMHM a RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days .,..$1.00 One square, four days 1,25 One square, five days , 1,50 One square, six diiys 1.7ft One square, two weeks 3,76 One square, three weeks 3.50 One squarx, one month 4.00 One square, three month 10.00 One square, six months 10.00 One square, one year 30.00 Krerj other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged aa new for each insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent a tine. Church and other notices, and wantl, twenty 6vo cents far each Insertion. Ten linos or lees constitute a square. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED EVERY HORNINO, (xVXIlAYn nXCEI'TKP,) On Seie.nl, : Irr-ct, near U, oppoaite the Gim-rul Post OiBin, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter centi p;r week, payable to the carriers. To -mail subscribers, three dollars and fifty ceuta per annum, payable in advance. V?CD W cv O tmW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 June 1861

FubUettkm Office, comer of Indiins avenut and Pscnd trt. Dopotlb lootrrrioosTCDthU'Mt, orposuo Hit General Pout OfflM. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE k CO. UEORQF. M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL KErUBLICAJJ. Thursday, Juno 6, 1861. OFFICIAL. PROCLAMATION HONORS TO JUDGE DOUGLAS. luformatiun having been received of the de cease of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, a Sen ator in the Cougress of the United States, and that hia funeral obsequies will take place at Chicago, and not at this capital, as was sup posed, the President directs that the public offices be closed on the day of that ceremony, in honor of the memory of the deceased. The Executive Mansion and other public buildings will be draped in mourning for the period of thirty days. Department or Statu, Washington, June 0, 1861. 'We shall print to morrow the able ad dress of Charles D. Calvert to the voters of the sixth Congressional district of Maryland. We have the communication of " Many People " by us as ammunition for the Record bombar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 June 1861

33SS2!! W ff'gpPHWBtM 1 IX j. tf tv A LOCAL NEWS. Nrw Railway. A largo form is now em ployed in repairing the nulroail connecting tho Washington depot with tho Long UHiljiu anil steamboat wharf, in order to facilitate tin' trans portation of heavy freight to the. encampments nod fortifications over thuTtiver. A great por tion of th" road haa been torn up, and new tim bers laid down, and everything made atrnng and durable. The cirs will probably be put on tho new road in a day or two. Secretary Seward gives another of hU pleat ant entertainments, in honor of a number of military officers, to-night, at his residence, Mad ison Place. The Murderer; or Tnc United States Pickets It is undoubtedly the understanding among the people reading in tho neighborhood of the pickets of General McDowell's command and the line of pickets of the disunion!! in General McD.'a immediate vicinity, that the nightly attempts being made to murder the United States picket guards by stealthily creep ing up in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 June 1861

f I NAVY DtrABTIIIXT, Bunau of Construction, $c, June 1, 1661. PROPOSALS will he rewired t (hit Bureau until tho 15th day uf June, for the complete construction and equipment of Stera Screw Gun-Boats, Including spars, rigging, sntlr, awn ings, boats, cahles and anchors, tanks, casks, furniture, croUng apparatus, and all the outflti (or a vessel of war ready for sea service The steam machinery, the futl lor tho same, the armanent and provisions, will be provided by the Government. Proposal! will only be received from ship builders who are actually engaged In that bull. MM, and satisfactory evidence to that effect wt.l be required from parties proposing who ere not known to the Department. Upon application to this Bureau, parties will be furnished with a specification showing the dimensions of tho vessel and the description and size of the materials; also, a section showing the length or the timbers amidships. Building plans will bo furnished by the Department when a contract Is made....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 June 1861

K THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KXCETTKD,) On Seventh street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three day $1,00 une square, lonr nays 1.25 One iqnarR, fire day) 1. 60 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.76 One square, three weeks 3.60 One quart', 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 advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a Hue. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty, five cents for each insertion. Ten lines or lesi constitute a square. TERMS. To city subscribers tlx and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable tn advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1861. No. 163. 1 1cttttHiSaiiA A' Vf ' l V NATIONA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 June 1861

M Publication Ofiice, corner ff Indiana arenuo and Picnnd troot. Depot fir gal. of impcra en Seventh atreet, opposite the Graerafrostomo... PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. OEOIIQE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL HErUBLICAN. Friday, June 7, 1881. THE EEPUBIICAS" ERA. Tbli large, handsome, and well-filled weekly, for this week, Is now ready at the office of the Kational Republican. H contains all the orig inal matter of the dally Republican, Including local news Interesting to the country at large, and full reports of the woiklngj of the different Departments. It contains, also, all the news 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 Stales, who wish to be Informed in regard to matters trans piring at the seat of Government. For sale at the office of the Republican, on Seventh street. Price, In wrappers, four cents each. To regular subscribers, It l furni...

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