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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 September 1866

THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED PA1LX KITH ABTUITWIMO. Oa ioer, three day . WW Oae iinere, roar day Oae eqnar, Ave daya.... . 00 Oae square, six days... ........... IH Every other day edTertlBBBta,.W far t aii Honal Twlsawekdvrtin.Bt,tflF eeatwad" dltloaal. , . . THE NATIONAL RKl'UBLICAli jepiilrliiiaE PDBLIStrED DAILT. THB XlTtOIlL BITOBLICAB la paMlab.d ...ry raral.ff (Saaaaf. tmrtod) br T 1 t.Unjut a Co , Bo. til Ntata traat,aoo I. for.Uh.1 t. .abHribor. (ay Mrrl.r.) at TS ..at. pr rooata. Kail .obnrlbot., 14.00 for aaaaaii 14.00 'or all aoata, j aaa tt 00 for UrM math., rnMHcrJr, In ad Maoa. Tit. aoflo. .a. voir, IU. 00, Bla(l. aoplaa, . MBta, THB WHKLTHiTIOBAL BintBUClH . paall.aW.Tafx VrlSaf raoraliff I Oa. 00,7 oao jaar $100 Tam ooplaa .a, yaar. S.00 T.a MplM oa. jaar.lllOO. Editorial lOitm aw nat per !, iiniHh Local noUeel to eata Mr lie, Mh laeerUea, A4vrtU.aeaMeomiBffaBaer.aBuei waate,rr Sale, For Rett, Loat ul roaad, oae laserUoi, few eeate VOL. VI. I 1 ' WASHINGTON CI...

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. — 29 September 1866

tgTO'fflxiwjjuiwiiia'WiiiLUji.'.wiWiiM.ii a'j.'iBMi...nic;M,-'if 'i";-!.!!' ,., Sejajseap THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER -29. I8B. : IJnfionjil gtrinMuan. o AViuthtnuton City, I. C. W. J. MOBTAOH & CO., PUBLISHERS. s. p. HAN8C0M, editor SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 29, 18(18. EN. D1X ACCEPT THE JIISSIO TO FRANCE. Major Gen. Joni A. Dix arrived In town yesterday anil had an interview with Tut Frisiskit and Secretary Seward. Uen. Dix accepts the mission to France. As we indicated, In the BirraucAv of Thnndny, when he appeared before the Putrid At torney and qualified, preparatory to en tering upon tho duties of na nl officer of New York, he had not recoiled notice or his appointment of Minister to France. Tho reason why it was not tendered to him on Monday, instead of the naval office, was be cause the request of Mr. Biatxow, to be re called, had not reached tho Government. Wliilo it is to bo regretted that a statcs min of tho ability, clearness and strength w...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 September 1866

THE NA1T0NAL REPUBLICAN, SATUBDAY MOKNING. SEPTEMBER 29. 1866. Rational gjpMiwti. IiOOAIi 3ST3S3XVIS, BABSAtn OasitRTAiirM. Our church direc tory In another column will be found corrected for to morrow. The celebration of the hundredth year of Meth odism la Antriei will donbtleis be referred to In all the Sabbath Schools tod churcbei of that larg denomination of Christians On Eanday, quarterly meeting exercises will be held In Dambarton street II. E. church, Rer. Dr. Edwards, pastor, and In the new chapel at Tennel lytown tbert will be a moit Interesting all-day tneetlnc of tbe congregations of Ten Dally town and Weil Georgetown station. Tbli will be under tbe direction of tbe Rer. N. J. fi. Morgan. D. D., pre lding elder. V We understand tbat tbe qaarterty meeting will be held at Ryland obapel on tbe first Sunday of Oc tober, with centenary love-feast In the afternoon. At the Foundry tbe great demonstration will take place on tbe second Sunday. Rer. Dr. Hamilton will dellror the di...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 September 1866

SX3SS THE NATIONAL ItEPUJBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMlfK'1 '2d. 18(i. XS3C 1 - - -y 9.JV. If ,1 ...... iLtt-M,.. gfjnnonni gtxjmwiuiiw. SATURDAY MORHINO:! SEPTEMBER M, 18. Corti CarsmcD w. Orocnd. The follow ing is from the Annual of Scientific Discov ery: It Is not generally known that coffee that has been beaten is better than that which has been ground. Such, however, ii tho fact, anil In hit brief article on the subject, Sava rin giro what he considers the reason for the difference. As ho remarks, a mere de coction of green coffee is a most Insipid drink, but carbonization develops the aroma, and an oil which is the peculiarity of the cof fee we drink. He agrees with other writers, that the Turks excel in this. They employ no mills, bnt beat the berry with wooden pestles In mortars. When long used, these pestlca become precious and bring great prices. He determined, by actaal experi mcnt.whlch of the two methods was the best. He burned carefully a pound of good Mocha, and se...

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

jTTF-urcay' TUE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL REPOBLIOAfr (fin? flti0iml pMhlra. .PUBLISHED DAILY. RATM ADVIET18IHO, Oa B4;nare, three daye. ' Oaaaqaar, fear daye ' Oa eqaare, iv day... . ' Ala smbm IJII...i...iiiiiiiiiiiii ...WOO ... SM ... too THE RATIONAL HETtTBLICAN Ic pablliaad every moral if (Saadare except) fcy W J J MnntaeB ft Co ,No m mth itreat.aad le fnraUhed U aabaavlbera (by carrier.) at UcaaU par th. Mall Bbaerlbara, 19 M par aaaamt WOO for alx month i aad 1100 for three month, fefariooy f ad vance, rive eopleje oa rear. M. 00, tin fie optec, t eeita. THE WEIKLT NATIONAL KIPUBLICAN li pabllihad every Friday morale i Oae oapy aaa year HOD Thraa eoplea a year. fO-OO; Tea aoalee ea year, 915.00 I Every other day dvrtlameBti, M Mr Beat, addi tional TwlaweEadvertlemeBle,7er MllftJ ditloaal Xdllonai learn 00 par uaa, laaenioa. Local Bolleee U eeata wr 11b, each laeertloa Aaverua ioniiiiiifnit neaaaei Traaie,aor aJe, For Beat, Loet ut Found, dm InecrUoa, t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, ,18G6: n0al rprtha. Ci "p Wn-nlnnton City. r. C. W.J.MUBTAOII 4 CO., PU13LI3IIEH3. B. P. HANSOOM, EDITOR. MONDAY MORNINQ:: ::::: OCTOBER 1, 1869. THE HPIBIT O- THE PBKM.S. TJhe Albany Evening Journal and other radical papcra would convince tbo least knowing of their readers the real issue In the present political canvass is the adoption of the proposed constitutional amendment, in seeking to make this appear they are cither self-deceived or are wilfully trying to deceive others. The radical journals which represent the animtu of the radical party, which speak for the real leaders of that party, Bcout the amendment as a "settlement" The New York Sim, which has ever been strongly for the Union and moderate in its expressions on political party questions says : "At first they only required the preserva tion of the Union; then they demanded free dom for the slaves; then they wonted certain guarantees for the protection of the freed men...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 October 1866

wl-i 'J HE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1. 18(50. gtotiounl IftpttMirmi IiOOAIjNID-WS. PUNISHMENT IN THS PUBLIO ScnOOU) On Patartay morale Mlsi S Drown, teacher cf Sec ondary School No. 4, First dlitriot, appeared be fort Justice Thompson to answer the charge of era lly beating Walter S. Bastopol, a pupil Id laid school. Tha Wj wu accompanied by Messrs J. O Wilton and J, B. Brown, two of the tntitMi for the Flrit dlitriot. From too boy'i own statement It ipwiri ho wu punished for Ulktof , singing, and Jumping; out or hli place daring lohool hours Tbe teacher ceittonej blm not to behave to, and laid that bowailn the habltof behvringlnauoh a man ner On Wednesday, the 19th nltlmo, tfat teacher whipped blm ssTsrslv with a light riding whip, In dieting several bruises, and while iho wu punish Ing him he wai thrown upon the floor. Dr. Newman wu tailed to lee the boy several days after, and aw leriral bruises npon hli body, bat though the marki Indicated mere pnnlihment he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1. lbfi. gtntiottitt jgUpuMican. 53 MONDAY MORNING v : t OCTOBEtt t, 18o Teioftaiooopift Aha- the hawev the trenonll mi I Alter the uow the emerald lmj gllver stare whea the Ay la done t Af ter lb harvest, goldea aheevee, Attar tbe clouds, the violet sky ! After the tempest, the loll or WSVSSJ Qotl wooda wktt the wild go by ) IfUf tb battle, peaceful fHTII. After the kvall, the wedding belle j alter tbe bud, the radiant rose Joyful g reetlugs from sad farewells ) After tar weeping, sweet repose Aflt lb burden, the blissful msed ; After tb flight the doway ol( After the furrow tb waking need j After tb shadowy river ret Another VUU of Bismarck to IlUr rtts. 1a 7Vmn believes that tho circular sent in tfcn Hmlnmattc fluents of France bv the Marquis tie la Va.ette, Interior Minister of 1 ft W. ( ,111 ot.H.4l t.n t.il.1l1in.l I'OrCigU .tAlliUrs, will ruuikij uu juuiioiuui 'lite tendency of tills document la Bald to be eminently pacific. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1866

THE NATIONAL RKPOBLICAfi HttWiriiE PUBLISHED DAILY, a ' TBI BATtORAL BJPDBUCAH la pabllaaai .rary ajoralaf (tai4ap anapM) f W J J. Mti.l... A Co',-.. HI Hai, alr..l,a.l I. faralaaaa t. aalaorikota (07 aarrlara) at ) aaata ,af Baa-tk. all aBBa.rla.ra, IWni bbbbbi M 00 far all moBtai 1 aaa 1 00 (0, Ilia a6alVa, Mria'y in ad. M. riT.aoftlaaoa. aaar.IU.00 lBIa aoplaa, 1 ooala. TH WIULT KATIOKAL lirUBLIGAI la ,aBUtBa4Torv rriaaj raorala, t Oaa 00,7 aaa aar ttOOf Throa aoploa oaa roar, taQOl Toa ooalao aa. roar, ,11 00. VOt. VI. WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2, 1800. NO. 262. Ill F Tha Pnblla LWa f tha, Vnlttxl Btattat, a IUrtaad aavd Corractad, ar Offlclallr libllahM In thla Jonrnal by Authority. T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ' PUBLISHED DAILY. " i 0 BA.TM ADTlRTfltVa. Oi qiarlthri4ar....i...t.t . 00 On aqnaro, font dt. oo OB)..nr,iTo Java. . s oo OitNiirt, ill-day ...... 8 00 lyrf olhr tHy dTOrtlomo..U,, Mr ooit. tddl llul. Twlwk.dTrlUamU,Mpr ioiI. ad ditional. Xditorltl ao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOP.ER 2. 'J. fSational grpaMiran. ? wrtiIKto" c,ty c" W. J. MURTAOH & CO., rUBUSHEBS. a r. nANscbM. editor. TUMDATM0RMIHQ::::;i;i:i.OCT0DEB 1. 18M. THE IMPENDING C'UININ." Evcrjthlny denotes that tbo radicals of tlio North are determined not to surrender to Jtrr. IIavis without mating a Tigorous fight. The Uovenunent of the nation and the Fraternity Club of Boston are not to be handed over to bloodthirsty rebels not if the court understands herself. In order to fire the Northern heart the politicians now In power there have stirred the gentle bosoms of the poetesses of that genial clime to give expression In verse to the burning radical thought. In the iloston i rantcripi wo find an effusion from a favorite female versewright of that Ilk, Miss Kuiavkth Potsx, who ronses her warlike countrymen in strains like these : Kow, by tht blood of. btroel ahed on tht b&Ul plato, Bf It not said, 0 freemen' that they bars died in vain Let no f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1866

Ijtaitonnl jfttpnMirm IiOOAL 3JliJW- Council pROCKDtNas Board of Alder men Tbe Board met lut evening at the usoat hour) Ibe President, T. E. Lloyd, Esq , la tbe ebalr. Present: Muin, Tatt, Bdmoniton, Given, Gulletc, A. Lloyd, Cron, Tarton, Noyee, Barr, tad Oven. Tbe Cbalr laid before the Board a coram at.! ca tion from the Mayor nomlnatlof ffm. Cam mack at poltee offlotr for tbe Seventh ward Referred. Alio, a communication from tha Mayor annoano Ing hit approval of certain aeti. Alio, a eommnnlcatlon from tha Canal Comtnls doner relative to the repair of tha canal bridges. Itrrrad. Mr Owen presented tha petition of Jana Ward and others, protesting egalost tha establishment of a blacksmith shop In iqnara No 255. Referred. Atto, tha petition of Frederick Stnti and other, for draining Eleventh itreat east, between P and R streets. Referred, Mr. Given In I rod need a resolution Instructing the Committee on Police to Inquire Into the expe dl ncy of reporting a bill to repeal atl lawi aut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 October 1866

THE NATION A REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. ISriK. Ijtotittttnl gqmMiM. iijKSbAYUOKKlNQi :::::::::: .OCTOBER 2, 1868 Manners "Coarsehing." Mr. N. P. Wil lis, that veteran aristorch of taste and eti quette, so long recognized by a wide circle of admirers and 'disciples, through the llomt Journal and otherwise, a an oracle In the above regards, gives a niece of alarming tes timony. He is struck, ne tells us in a recent number of bis paper, with the fact that the human world, as brought under his observa tion in New York city, is undergoing, visibly and daily, a process of general " coarsening. ' One of the phases of this fact Is thus penciled tn t Will,'. Am Hrn-.la. ' rnbllc manners not only between gen tlemen and gentlemen, but between gentle men and fennilos are wonderfully coarsened In New York. From difference in car and omnibus 'fare,' and greater ease In earnings, the lowest clou are now temporarily your equals, and they revenge the unexplained superiority (which they ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1866

;-- if- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. tymbikmi kt THE NATIONAL REPUBLICaIs rUBLISliHiVDAILY. TBI aTATIOaUL BaTHBHCAB la patlliaa. ar.rr raarala, (Saaa'at. ainpU.) r W, 1. Itntaaa a Co ,B. all Blata, alra.l,aa. ia raraUaa U aaaMrlam (by aarrlan) al N aaata war naata. Mail nWittm, MOO war aa.aw MM for alx .walk. aaa W. 00 f tarn naaiaa, towartaMr avfa .... 7lva.plaa.BaTaai,,3a,oot Ua,la aaplaa, Mala. TBI Wlttlf IATI0NAL IBTUSMCA" 10 pa.ll.aa4 aa.rr rridar aaaralaf I Oaa aopy aaa r.ar 100f Tbraa aoptaa aaa paai, U.00 Taa aaplaa .a. raar, I1A.00. j.t HiTM ADTUTHXWO. Oit tqiftrt, IhrM tUrf. 00 Oiitqnftr, font 4ri M Oaiqti,.rt), fTlrf..... .. oo Oa4triflx4ATt...4..(i ..... ft M Itj ... 4F Kdvartlitnttu, SO per Mat ft4Jl ttatl. Twltf Wtk Mwt!Mti, ft lt,M' Edlterlfcl moHom M MU ft- U,uh UitrtlMk ZfMftl aottwa U MtU pr 111, uh laMHloa. 1wAWtlMMaUMBllBf rf4llkk44so Wuti,r! !, rt kmi, Lmi rb4 , usomioa.tm tiu m flat tbiqnftt lMrtloai milt price, lx 11a or Imi toiitltat qtm A4vertlHt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING. I),I1)E113.H;: "Ijtatvonnl JftqittMican. WJmhnit'ton City, r. c W. J. MUnTACM ft CO., PUBUSI1KU3. , l"r . a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. TODHESDAY MORHINO OCTOBER 3, 18. BRUTALITY OF THE RADICAL "LEADER" OF THE UNITED fITATEfl HOUSE OF REPRE ' HENTATIVES. -A rebel Journal of Richmond continue! to characterize onr late President, Abraham Likcolk, aa "Ring Ape." This la evidence that the editor did not BnrrcnJcr his malig nity when L surrendered his army. Hut the rebel journalist Is outdone by the ma lignity of the radical Thaddius Stcvkns in the language ho employs against Mr. Lin coln's Secretary of State. In a recent pub lic speech, delivered in Pennsylvania, the "leader" of the United States House of Rep resentatives speaks of Mr. Siwabd thus : "The elder clown, oning to the wear and tear of age and suffering you know he had his arm broken, and his jaw broken, and his neck broken almost inducing a necessity for certain opiates, which had very muc...

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

THR NATIONAL TiEPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3. 1SG6. pntiouiil Upfrtatt. 'IUm Ball Match B.ctwkx thrSkcom) Nimi or tb Union akd Potomac A match gun of baa ball btwn tbn Union and Potomao aroond nlnta took plaen ywterday on tb gronnda of tb foraar, aid reolt4 In a victory for tb Potomtoi by tba following Mora: Criojt. o, a Potomac, o. a Ollv, .... 4 1 Dow. ,, fl S Mills, Lf .4 1 Patlit, If S S rtrioi,lb. 4 1 HIU, tb 3 S Shepherd,, f., S Treok, of,.,, S 8 Taylor, fib 3 8 Curtl, 8 b .,..4 1 Lethrnp, 1 b 3 4 Fletcher, lb 1 s Rudolph!..., 8 1 Korbeek, 8 8 Harmon, p 1 1 Faroham.p 3 4 Parker,r.r 8 1 Allea.r.f. 4 8 Total 27 18 ToUl 87 U ikbum Barnes. 1 I 3 4 0 7 8 0 Total. Potomac 4 01830881 Uatoa 1 31080801 18 Umpire-. Frank Daniels, of tba Jefferson CUb. To-da j, at tb uinal boar, an Interacting cam between tbt flrit slnai of tb Potomao and Union elnba will tab plao on tb gronnda tooth of tb Whit Hooan. Th match batwaan tba National, of Waablnr ton, and th Paatlmoi, wblob waa to ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 October 1866

ir jgatlonal jjUjmMifnn, WKDNESDAT MORNIWQ.."..: OCTOBER 3, 1868. French Wine and the American Tariff. Seizures of French wines by the customs authorities of the United States, on the pre text that they are declared at less than their real value, are continuing. Letters arrived this week (says our Paris correspondent, an nounce that in the course of a very short tinle not fewer than $300,000 worth of Bor deaux wines had been confiscated at New Orleans alone. This is ruinous for French dealers, and if it continues longer, the trade must eome to an end. It is alleged here here that the Board of Customs of the States employ spies in the principal seaports of France to ascertain the quantities of 'wines embarked for America, and that they send out fraudulent documents, representing that the value of such wines i. higher than It really is; from which it follows that the ex porter, even though declaring the wines hon estly, can hardly cscapo confiscation. In sorno cases, it appears, the s...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1866

re T' ' T T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN i. i - rUBUSHED DAILY. pwMirtra, THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN . m v - rODUSHKD DAILY. HATX9 ADTBBTHIHO, On qtftrt,thr4n ( !, fom? itf Oaifcr, -. thi. KATiokAL ttritueit la patllak.4 every aaoralec (Saelaya eieepted) by W J I. BtoBTAaa 4 Co.,a. AH Hlatb treel,aad ta faralab.d to eabaerlbere (by earrtera) at TI eeala per raoale. Kail aabeertbere, MOO per aaaami MM for eta moolhe aid n 00 for three ealba, teeariaofy ' oeuMa. flveeeaUe oae year, 134.00 llagle eoplee, S eeate. TBI WIIXZY IATI0KAL tlrsSUCAS 11 pabUaked every hi ley auralaf I Oaa eopy oae year 1100; Thro eoplee oae year, W 00 (Tea eoptea .a. year, IIS 09. ..is oo ..100 ii: ii Ult qifcT. 7 ... too Ktm-t ttfcf tUr ft4TniMmnti.AO Mr bL addl Monti. TltftWMki4TiTtlMmU(fABr MiLt4 llMotaVl. Mitotlal lotUM M miU par Uaa,aMk liMrtlo. Loatl aottcaa U uoti par llaa, aMh ltMittoa. AdTartltamanta aonlar vadarlha kaaisaf Waata,Tor f ala. lor Rait, Loit tad roval, oia .itr.loi, tt U par llaa t aabtaqaait lia...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNCNG, OCTOBER 4, 1SGC. gLttiottal UmMicnu. AVoaUlnitton City, I. C. XT. J. MUItTAOU ft 00, PUBLIS1IKK3. a P. IIANSCOM. EDITOR. THURSDAY HOftSLNQ :;:: OCTODEK 4, 1888. ATTORNEY GKXKItAL, HPKEIt'N JlSTiriCATIO.N OF PBHtl IENT JOIIXNOVN FAKDOaf ritOCI.AMATIOX OF MAY 29. OS BECOMSTIlf CTIOM " OT NEEDEDKETORATIO. OF OllDEtt" DESIBEW1-MEBCY MINT BE LARGELY EX TENDED. InTiewofthe radical anti-par Jon, position recently assumed by Mr. Kx-Unitcd States Attorney General Bid, we deem It proper to remind him and onr readera of bis " opin ion," uliicli bears date "Attorney Ucncrnl'a Office, May 1, 16G5," and announces lerlnin doctrines which no doubt not hae been fur gotten, if not by the Honorable Kx-Attornry General himself, at leant by some of onr readers. A careful perusal till detelop the fact that Tux Pkuidxiit, in exercising the pardoning power, has acted upon very high radical authority ! It is well enough once in a while to qukken the memory of our n...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MOllNING. OCTOBER 4, 1886. gMiomtriUpMuim XjOOAXj DB0TSlT7r. TlIK OlOUT INHABITANT TllRIR MEETING YtiTEBDir. TA Bny of rtitf Ymt Aga Jtoj$ Again Jon pk It liradlrf, Eia , ths Champion Iap FrorMarbU Playing, Racing, tV .They Jav4 i Stag iXiHM TbetneetlogOflheOlcHsHli habitants' AaaootaUoti al AaatoslaQ Iitand yeiter day wai noil pleasant and agreeehte affair. Ai etatedby ui leverel dayi ago, Mr. Wm. A. Brad ley, tba proprietor of lb Island, Invited Ibo mem ber! of the aiioclatlon to hold tbilr October meet ing od the .eland, liter which they were to become hie gaeiti The invitation wu accepted, and It w determined by the ait oclatton that lome of the ports of their childhood davi iboald be Indulged In. The tnembere beg to to arrlvo on the III end about half pait 12 o'clock, and to a ihort time over eeventy of the old gentlemen were preieat, among whom we noticed Bamuel Weill, Eiq , aged 80 yearif Noble Hurdle, 69; Jeiie Mpioomb. 70. Wlllard Drake, B2...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 October 1866

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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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