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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 June 1861

m LOCA'L NEWS. The Troops from WAsniNOTO. It seems to be the general impression that the troops which have left the city within the past few days are oil bound for tho vicinity of Lees burg, Vn.. four miles inland from Edwards's Kerry, which latter point Is about 'thirty miles from this city, and halfway to Harper's Ferry. The fifth battalion D. 0. volunteers, uuder Lieut. Col. Everett, and comprising the Metro- Solitan Rifles, Capt. N alley) Constitutional uards.Capt. Deggei j and Company B, Turner Rifles, Capt. Krzyzanowski numbering about 130 men took boats "at the Chain Bridge, at seven o'clock' yesterday morning, en route for Edwards's Ferry. - Most of the other troops have probably taken thfl river road, which follows the windings of the river on the Maryland side uptoKdwurJa's Ferry, keeping within a "mile or'two of it' all the way. Arrest or Seceisiojtuts. On Tuesday af ternoon, the notorious John Frizzell, alias " Bull Fizzell," was arrested near his house abovo Georgetown,...

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. — 13 June 1861

ajtnwaavneamsTCiM i 'in uo r r! 171 ' Ol ) Y. erNATIONAIr REPUBLICAN. Public Aota Passed at the Becorid Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. A.n Catr. XXIX An Act authorizing a Iwui b l.n: -B tuacted ty lAe &na and House of ad ' tieprescnianves oj tnevnitea aiates oj jimcrKa lymciin. Congress assembled, That the President of oc Jjos the) United States be and hereby is authorized, b fll t uf time before tbo first day of July next, Ji Vi ito borrow, on the credit of the United States, a jtsisetnm not exceeding twenty fire millions of dol tA hilars, or 10 mnch thereof as, in hi opinion, thy odir t wxigen'cies of the pablic service may require (o s "be used In the payment of the current demands c l: npoj, toe Treasury, and for the' redemption of '' Treasarr notes now quistanaing, aua to replace ' ' in.the Treasury aqyaWunt,of said noteswhich " SS 3 Aall tiavfl fiAAn huM Vnit rnpcivod far militir dnAg. Sec. 2., Anil be ii further enactcd,TWiA. stock shall leisaued for the amouut bo ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 June 1861

m 'TftE NATIONAL REEUBLi'CAN e ,- IS PUBLI8HED EVERT MORNING, (pCNDAYS KXCErTSD,) On Seventh street, near B, opposite th General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANK A CO. TERMSt To -city subscribers six 'and ft quarter cents )r week, parable to the carriers. RATES OP ADVERTISING. fl One square, three days .....;.tfl.0o One square, four days.... -..... l.IJ One" square, fire days ,i ....'....''.n.AMI.SO One square, six days,.,.,, 1.75 One square, two weeks.. ;'.i.;.'..'. .'....,... 1.75 One square, three weeks,.... .-iM One. square, one month.'. .....,,...... 4.04 Oai iqdaio,. three monthi.l....'...i.I...... 10.00 Ono square, six months 1(00 Ono square, one year.., ,...........?. 30.00 Every other day idrvtrrtlsMMriU, fifty per cent additional one a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion.,. ,n ,j , -j Inserted only once, ten cents Una. , . , "v Church and, other notices, and wants, twenty five cents for each Insertion.1 "' ' '" '' Tea lines or lest cosstltnte aqaareC -niCTT...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 June 1861

griii rrrt '" jttMyUAtflM7nir tt laditna avtmis uid Stood ggMrecl. Docd tir u'a oT (wperii oa Etvtuth ilrNt, on t Done emir t J0" ret oracu. ' 'PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. r" I ft OEUROE M. WESTON, Edllor. "" ".nKATIONAL REPUBLICAN. can.. . co.n..'. .. : Jaji Mi yj Friday, Jnae 14, 1S61. legs "The significance of the more upon rjpmnjy, Reported In our dispatches to-day, lies Tn the fact" that it threatens the connection! of the rebel forces at Harper's Ferry with their ..frsaa.hffy' '- M"v" Junction and Rich ""aapnd, Romney is thirty miles, as the road goes, from Cumberland, and nearly due south, and is exactly west from Harper's Ferry, dis v tent fifty miles. But it is only thirty-fire miles (W.JJ,ArV) from Winchester, the terminns of the branch railway from Harper's Ferry, by which the forces at the last-named place make thchreadicst, and, at present, safest connection with the Manassas Gap road, and through that with Richmond. No very large body of troops, . mQTing in a loyal ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 June 1861

U-ttUIUTM DALLAS irtAKt. 'hOadJphia, nl3. Ex-Minlsttr Dallas eecived friends at bU residence this morning. Inreaponie to an address by Colonel Suowdon, kit made an curliest Union speech. .'iff VVXbe steamer PROM PORTRESS MONROE. Adelaide attired at Baltimore yesterday from Old, Point Comfort, which place th left Wednesday evening. The following particular! we glean trom lb patriot i Captain Taylor, qnarternfaiiter of the U. 3. army, came np as a passenger in the Adelaide, and stopped at Fori McHenry, where ho would procure an 'escort for the remains of Lieuten ant Grblo, on their way to Philadelphia. The remain of Lieut Greble were brought np in the Adelaide, enclosed in a metallic cof fin. They were under charge of Capt Taylor and a detachment of Zouaves. - In the fight, Lieut (treble had only one cor rmral and fonr nrlvates of tho artillery with ' him, and was killed by the aide of his gun. The escort from Fortress Monroe to the boat was composed of men of his regiment,, com- 'men...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 June 1861

IMHMMMMttHHiMWlWMMMMMI . 43w' piniiiwMBiw""uwwi'"iimii Luiyii.iiiiwiywBwwiiw n njwwwyicjiiyjsjij .jfjiagvi f'lwji'w.g.. "TtwrwwrlT Jt'lJJ JJJi-li.lllWI Pfffflf JJWB KSRv.atgte,feaawt.w.y' jswrcv. .. . ! F it i i IH J . ' "NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rH)'y$ Acts Passed ci tho Second Session a v:i b;cOf ftj Thirty'sixth Congress. 'pu. Sill An Art to supply 6Se'oiicl In the Approi--! IsUt'tnKJui'UKtxrTkMurihtSsmyMrMiiUiiRjuiMUurtf, i irt. izkMii hupdiwt tad Uty oao i,iiii;it,i,-jd 7 the Senate and Touts 0 Afitprtttntativfi of the United State of America n,ifl-CowTess asitmblcd, That the following sums l,,Jie,isud, llio.sonie.aro hereby, appropriated, to ar.MPtlj,iaiCcicDcie In the appropriation!! for tho fiscal jear ending the thirtieth of June, ojghteen hundred and sixty-onp, .out of any fcgjjtoagjr-lii the Treasury sot otherwise appro- aNConliiuent Jupeutti vfihtjlouu of Reprt-gnffaiatfru.'-To smpptaythe deficiency ia Ihn .Appropriation, for Jnnaing .documents required oj foe the first ejaQ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 June 1861

RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three daya i t...$I.0w One square, four days j jj One square, fire days .,.., jjjo One square, six days 1,75 One square, two weeks !ts One square, three weeks. 3.40 One square, one month ,,.,.., 4,00 One square,' three rniuth i..).i.i. 10.00 One square, six months la.oo One square, one year 30,00 Every otiieV'dny-advertisements, fifty -per cent additional f oncea weekr advertisement charged a new for each insertion., ,, Inserted otily once,' tea. cent line. " Church and other notice, and want, twenty. Are cent for each insertion, c Ten line or less cosstltat square. QSMxaitM TEAMS. to city Subscribers six and a quarter conta p:r week, payable to Ibo carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty oenU per annum, payable In advance. WASHINGTON, D, 0.', SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1861. Vol. I. jNfo. 170. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. (bo-MUta Kxcurri),) On 8"ntli street, near K, opposite lh General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 June 1861

r .Anr $r- s est tns-r!3?n-rtiTi i- M PnhUwJteo'Ofd.iJ, comer ot Indiana svrntie and Rfeond fttrct Deixt lor s lie cf papers on bevcDih street! oiposilo Iht ptneral Fust Offioo. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE k CO. t" l tr'i OEOHOK M. WLSfOK, Editor. National republican. Saturday, Jane 19, 1881. MISSOURI. , It will be seen by a dispatch from St. Louis, of the 13th instant, that the secession sympa thies of Qot. Jackson, of Missouri, have at length takerrthe form.of open rebellion.; He calls for fiftv thousand men. to resist "the military despotism, which Jias intruded itself at Washington' and td st drive out the itno. minious invaders who have dared to desecrate the toil," of his State. He does not call it the " tacred" soil, that epithet being confined, by long usage, to the soil of Virginia. ThUcall of Governor Jackson means open war, and that is precisely what the loyal mcu of Missouri, " of wiles more uncxpert," have desired, as long as war, in some form, was unavoidable. Rebellion, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 June 1861

i ' 1 !l Confederate Slates to exercise the rights of bel ligerents in the right of search trill be taken as an act of war, and aa proof of alliance with the enemy thn is, the Government of the United Slates. j, But it mar Ue asked, who will take these let tors of marque ? W hero Is the Government of Montgomery to find ships? The answer ia to be 'found in tho fact that already numerous ap plications "have been received from the ship ownera of New England, from tho whalers of New Bedford, and from others in the Northern States,, for these very letters of marque, accom panied by the highest securities aud guaranties. This statement I make on the very highest au , tbority. I leave it to you to deal with the facts. To-day, I proceeded to the Montgomery Down ing street and Whitehall, to present myself to the members of the Cabinet, and to be intro duced to the President of the Confederate States of America. The President was engaged with some gen tlemen when I was presented to him, bnt h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 June 1861

r r- zzir&si$rw&Mis?m uatm m wa j u- .'-'-i?.1 rrggsEgssrS e b MlWAL republican. Arrangement of the Maili. WA5HIN0T0N CITY POST OFFICE. The NoRTnn Mail closes nt 1 o'clock nd t 8 o'clock P. M. dally, and arrives at e.10 A. II. and at 6 P. M , dally. The Wistsrx Mail closes t 1 o'clock P. M., and arrlvet it 10.30 o'clock A. it., daily The Northwistxbx Mail closet at 1 o'clock P. M., and at 9 o'clock P. M., dally, and arrlvet at 6.10 A. M. and 6 P. M., dally. The Aiixahdria Mail closet at 4.-30 P. M., and arrlvet at 3 o'clock P. M. Letters and pipers for officii In the following counties In Wtttern Virginia, are sent dally to Wheeling for distribution : Barbour, Berkeley, Brooks, Braxton, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, Doddridge, Gilmer, Hancock, Hampshire, Harrison, Jackson, Kanawha, Lewis, Marion, tiursnaii, uononganeia, unto, rreston, Pleasants, Putnam. Roane, Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, Tyler, Upshur, Wetiel, Wood, Webster, and Wayne. The letters for Tennessee are forwarded to Loui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 June 1861

maairiiim i i i RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days ....$1.00 One square, four days 1.25 One square, fire days 1.30 Ooo square, tlx days 1.75 Ono square, two weeks 2.79 One square, three weeks 3.B0 One square, one montli 4.00 Ono equate, three muntlis 10 00 Oce aquar, gtx months.. 10,00 One square, one year i. ....30.00 Every other da advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a lino. Advertisements inserted Inside, 33 per cent, advance. Ten lines or less constitute a square. - ! Ml the;- national republican IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (sUSIUTa KXCEPIID,) On Seventh street, near B, oppos'te the General Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents pjr week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty oentarjsr annum, payable in advance. ' Vii YOL,iL. , WASfflNGO, D. 0., MOKDAY, JUNE 17, 1861 tto. 171. i r NATIO...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 June 1861

s-l ib;ii wuv. ryw ;i.-m. .'''ll'itV ' u tifi I i :. Ma Publication Olflc-, corner of Iurtmna avtinia an! Second Street. Depot fur la of naprs on hevfclh tercet, opposite th General real OCc. PUIlf 13HED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. OKORCC M. WF.RION, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, June 17, 1861. -Ko adrertHvawnu or notice!, cicpt to regular aJ. Tinwra, wUl b laurtnl without najmnl la adranea. JSJ The man who bus kaved the Union and the country, is President Lincoln. From his speech at Indianapolis, which gave tono and steadiness to the (then) distracted councils oi his political friend, down to this day, ho has not turned to the right hand, or the left, in the great policy of preserving the national juriadtc tion intact. lie has never yielded, for a mo ment, to the suzgrstion of aseuling to a sepa ration of these States by any line whatever. The purposes first announced at Indianapolis, and more elaborately laid down in his Iunugu ral Address have been persevered in with a calm resol...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 June 1861

the storekeeper con6ncd In (all for caning a Portugueses who had Insulted him. The health ofthe squadron was (rood that of the Saratoga unusually so. Must of the squadroti art, anxiously looking for their orders home. The third night after sailing from Kabenda, the Nighting'aU was boarded by II. B. M. steam er WrangUr, the steamer Clove being under one Lee, and the British oflk-ern were greatly chagrined at finding the bird was caged. Lieutenants J. J. Guthrie and Charles W, Haya wero-isent home in the Nightingale, Lieutenant Tvler, whose health had been bad during the entire cruise of the Saratoga, also returns in the tame vessel. The three mates ofthe Nightingale, named Hind, Winslow, and Western! t, were sent home iu the ship, to bo delivered up to the authorities. LOCAL NEWS Benjamin Franelin's Journal. We were shown, a day or two since, at the Post Office Department, the first jonrnal of the Postmaster Oeueral, being for the year ending October 6, 1776. This journal was kept by...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 June 1861

fcwi li.n. im.,.i iiiuxiihiio mtinfiv.iuii.-atr"&nr;zzzz?-,zzi.. ..;uFrf" .fmrr-n, rfszrr'vwtfi'i-.'.vx :vr itsjsAi'ViBtTP rwmRtsssnisstim$M'ii7!i TlTllJIi..'l.;JS,i.-.?;cyJil'in''' Si5.-rrW ,. I I. V NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Public Acts Pasted at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cua. jXTV. An Act maVIn; Appropriations for tin) regis , litivu, Executive, anil Juaiciai Exprnists of tho Gorflrn snout Tor Ibo Ywt ending tho IhaUelb of June, el(htMii lina Irtxl nJ imr two. Si ii tiaUetl bj the Senate and limit of Bepreuntatices of the United Statu qfAmeiica in Cvngreu assembled, That the following ami be aud the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in tbe Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereafter express ed, for the fiscal year ending tbe thirtieth of Jane, eighteen hundred and sixty two. namely : Legislative. for compensation and mileage of Senators, three hundred and thirty six thou sand six hundred dollars) For compensation of the office...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 June 1861

miiww THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED, EVERY HORNING, (fWNDAYH EXCEPTED,) On fimnth itrfet, near K, opposite the Oeiervl Post Office, by LEWIS GLEPIUNE & CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square, throe daya.,,., , $1.00 One square, four dayi... , 1.25 One'iquare, fire days 1.60 One square, tlxdaya 1.75 One iquare, tiro weeks 2.78 One square, thre week , 3.50 One square, one montl 4.00 One square, three months... .t 10.00 One square, six months. 16.00 One square, one'yoar 30.00 . Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a woek 'advertisements charged M new for each Insertion:. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Advertisements inserted Inside. 33 per cent, adrance. ' Ten lines or less constitute a square. T Bit MS. . To city subscribers six and a quarter cent par week, payable to tbe carrier). To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1861. No. 172. 1 Jl xi Sfe MTfONAL ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 June 1861

?3ni WTTa i'neiwTi mvi i ' n T in " in " hhit3.-J'-W"'i i1,"' V-lv t (I is- .-y-rifcl'l-" V-iKi'iM3ffViVW'i" Put Cui . W im J5 wy laK out'! app' &: Jar. 'i ott MO 15 thi offi. ate clei cip offi tho cig the Cft, the tin do! ier dol M ate lar ODi tWl au sat d do roi xni at fui dr th. do hu il dr tai w to V' th. hu du au fo. dr foi V th, Ql at Ct sa ca do dr t pt dc of sa m M ae se tit ai sa ra lit ff ID hi C ei 01 C t 01 ac d 0' u 01 at 81 fc d o 6' h a o d o B ll d Q a t! n' PuMlcttlon OITIco, onrner of Inuna ave n and Second street, Ijcp.il r.ir t ilo of papers oa bevenla struct, opposite the General rtt Offlco. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPUANE A CO. OEORQK XI. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, June 18, 1881. BSf'Sa advertisements or notices, eicopt to regular ad versers, will bo Inserted wliboot pnjmont In advance. Martljkd. In the Eastern Shore Congres sional diitrict, the majority of Col. CrisGeld (Union) is nearly two thousand. In the district adjoining this district, Mr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 June 1861

H5"""HW! LOO A L NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. The Board'of Aldermen was not in session yesterday, the Board, at its last meeting, hav ing ndjuurned over for two weeks. pcuiin op Common Council. The Board met at thn usual hour, and was called to order by the President, nil the member In their seats. Mr. Emerson offered a bill (or the relief of the families of Washington volunteers now serv ing In the war. The bill proposes an appro- I-, pnation ot fo.uuu out ot tbe general lund, the money to be distributed under tbe direction ot the Mayor, and that no money shall be so dis tributed, unless upon a statement from the captain of the company of which such person Is n. member, that the family is in actual need, or, in the absence from thn city of the captain, then that such slatemeut ahull be made by a resident clergyman. By general consent, the bill was laid ou the table until the appointment of the committees. Mr. Callan presented a petition from 'Wil liam Q reason, asking to bo indemnified for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 June 1861

VKV-rinVT HJfc-- ; gSSSSf-'ysg ; -.yr wwat a itun'uM,vm'''!liiiiiiit':'fjS'-' Ptt Qui xnr an out Juj 1 j of. MI I J M in th. offi ts cle cip offi the oig th( fift the tw, do, er do' Set att Ur ODi tWI U Ml d do T3 tni ?! hu til drf Ui M to th hi; dc 0 fo, d fa th a at) a Cf d a P1 d( of fr it ! m u M S( t si ii m. lit K ic, b C ' m c tl 01 s d. o ti o S s f( d o i o d o NATIONAL REl'UBLICAN. Pufcllo Acts Passed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cair. XUV An Act nuklne ArproprlitbM fo r the Ljsla lU, Lxtcmiva, and JiillcialKipoiw" J ""If; Blent tor Iho Yor ending tho ta.rUin of June, ljnlen nuodrod and iixly-two. CONTINUED. General Land Office: For cash system and military patents, under laws prior to twentr-cLthth September, eighteen hundred and fifty: patent and other records) tract books and Manic books for this and tho diitrict land offices; binding plats nnd field notes, stationery, furniture, nud repair of same, and miscellaneous items, including two of tho it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 June 1861

RATES OF ADVERTISING. , One tqnare, three daya $1.00 One square, four daya , 1,25 One square, fire days 1.50 One square, alxdays 1.75 One square, two weeka , 2.7b One square, three weeka 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One tqnare, three months 10.00 One square, six months 10.00 Ono square, one 'year i 30.00 Every other day adrcrtlsemenU, fifty per cent additional j once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion Inserted 00I7 once, ten cents a line. .Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per cent, advance Ten lines or less constitute a square. itrfttxrait Gs' TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarUr cents Dcr week. Datable to tie carriers. , 1 , j , ,i To. mall iubicribera, ttbree dollar and fifty Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1861. No. 173. aents per aunum, payablo In adrance. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (hukiiats EXOEPTKI),) On i't-vtntti drift, near B, opposlto the Ouienl Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE 4 CO. NATIONAL REPUBLICA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 June 1861

une , wtC T.C7trr;;rvi-","rKrr:?v nftCr ZSZZiZZy2tJKWl ilj'. J-'Uiin i hii vn9 vwmnvwMtrni" -imilwiM" nnmiHi ii'iim it Fobllc-tUon O0c, corner of ludiuiA avt-mia and Second strict, ftennt for a1o of napers on &venlh street, rppoilt lh General row OOlco. PUBLISHED UY L. CLEPHANE 4 CO. OKOR.OP. II. WK8TO.V, Kdltor. NATIONAL hepublican. Wednesday, June 19, 186L 4W No d rtlnjnienu or notion, except to regnhr ad Tertlwi, will be lnstd without payment In adrance. J-We are indebted to Sbillington for Godey's Lady's Boot for Jul, full, as usual, of the "nicest patterns'' and reading for the fair. 19 From what we have learned of the move ments and stations of the rebel forces in Vir ginia, we are satisfied that the troops who fired upon the Ohio companies at Vienna on Mon day were Colonel Kershaw's South Carolina regiment, lately posted at Centreville. Bom ik Service. 0. II. Browning, Esq., the newly appointed Senator from Illinois, was one of the counsel of Mrs. Buruh in the recent cele...

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