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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 June 1861

Ill II Ill I III II II batterici wero sustained by what appeared about a regiment of infantry aud by cavalry, which force we have since understood to have been some fifteen hundred South Carolinians. We fell back along the railroad, throwing out skirmishers on both flanks j and this was about seven p. m. Thus we retired, slowly, bearing off our wouudcd, Ave miles to this point, which we reached at ten o'clock. , Casualties. Captain Hazlett's company II, two known to be killed, three-wounded, and five missing. " Captain Bailey's company 0, three killed, two wounded, and two missing. Captain Paddock's company E, one officer slightly wounded, (Captain Pease,) and two missing. The engineer, when the men left the cars, Instead of retiring slowly, as I ordered, detach ed his engine, with one passenger car from the next of the disabled' train, and abandoned ns, running to Alexandria, and we have nothing from blm since. Thus we were deprived of a rallying point, and of all means of accompan...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 June 1861

jap- - jwiC-i. ,5W. ti.ifKmiL.'vmm .w-wW-Uf .il Vl'' tWwjmiHftew&esrsw OTW(W- J NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnblio Acts Faised at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cmr.'XllV An Act imklnir Appropriation (or tho Left tallve. Executive, and Judicial F.xpcruo of tlw Uorrn meat for ilia Year ending th UiirUtth or Juno, oIsIumii hundred and sixty two. t ('OKCLUUED. For wages of workmen ami adjuster!, iu ad dition to estimated deductions from depositors, one hundred and three thousand nine hundred J and twenty eight dollars. ' For incidental and contingent expanses, in- eluding wastage, foity thousand font hundred j and thirty-three dollars. I At AV 6WirtJ. For salaries of superin- I tendent, treasurer, assayer, coiner, meltsr, and refiner, and three clerks, eighteen thousand three hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, twenty-five thousand dollars! For incidental arid contingent expenses, in cluding wastage, twenty thousand dollars. Assay Office, Kew Turk. For salaries of off...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 June 1861

bXHE.NATIQNAL.REPUBLICAN.. roT IS 'PUBLISHED j ' EVERY MORNING, (nTN'I)ATS IXCltrTKn,) On Seventh rtrret, near K, opposite th Geoeril Post Office, by LEW13 CLEPHANE 4 CO. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Due iqnare, three dayi $1.M One square, four ijt...T.T...".7.....?.....T...". 1.15 One eqaare, fire days. I.M One square, fix dayi 1.7ft One square, two weckj J.7S One iqnare, three weeks 3.50 One square, one month 4.00 One iqnare, three months..... 10.00 One iqnare, ilx month! 10.00 One iqnare, one.year 30.00 Every other' day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisement! charged a new for each Insertion. Inserted only omtey ten centf a line.) " ."" Advertisement Inserted Inside,-3 J per cent. ftdTasee l'eu unci or lest conitttnia a square. c ., Z f of o) 0 itmlxcaii: TERMS, 'To city subscribers six and a quartet oenM pri week, payable to the carriers. To .mall subscribers, three dollars 'tod fifty eati'pcr annum, payable In advance. .IftOL. I. - t . i WASHINGTON, D. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 June 1861

atV.'CSCS&t Ifc ..3T .K,-""ifw.Vl " ""- ' V -e " 5 'Z! 5 1 15S !.a3!!HB&SSK r Hrewften w?vewTVSBwwwvi iKI HKIUHHUIIlHf H MfMiSHl'JI itemed j----j --3 ares. .Trwuji-ir: -iaa-v:ii " n k Publlciilon CRlce, orner of Indiana avetue and Srrond etreet. Depot tor Sato of jwpors on fcve nth street, oppoille the Oeneral Post Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. OEOROB M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, June 20, 1881. 4gtXo ftdrcrtlscrainu or notices, except to regour k& vtrtiaers, will lie uuTteJ without payment In advance - Tnc Vienxa ArriiR. Our advices leave it in doubt whether the enemy are not Mill at in possession of their battery Vienna. They fled at first, supposing that the train of empty cart was full of troops. In flight, they left their camp equipage, &c, and finding they were not pursued, they returned for this, and, as we incline to believe, resumed a posi tion watching the road at that point The six cannon in battery were protected by a pile of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 June 1861

.f Ml i' M i-Tt.-ew'wirw rj -- rf. rt t- I 'il llj f captain first atttllery( 18, WllliamnWood, of Massachusetts, captain third infantry. - Cqptaim 13, Francis H Bates, of Massachu setts, first lieutenant fodrlli infantry ; 23, Thomas. 'J 0 Aniory, of MassachusetLyJirst lientr-o'niit seventh infantry j 35, Gouvernour KVWarreu, of New York, first lieutenant topo graphical engineers) 47, Joseph 0 Ives, of Connecticut, 'first lieutenant topograph ical engineers) 60, William 'B llazen, of Ohio, first lieutenant eighth infantry 66, Wil liam 0 Spencer, of Maryland, fint lieutenaut second infantry j 76, Henry S Briggs, of Mas sachusetts I 86, John P. Wales, of Delaware ) 96, Edward B Merryfield, of Michigan ; 116, Edwin 0 .Mason, volunteers ; 115y Henry S Smith, volunteers i 124, Corydon a Abelf, of Kentucky j 133, Walter H Pease, rolunteers. First Lieutenant 13, Charles B Stiver, of Kentucky; 26, William T Gentry, of Indjana. second lieutenant fourth Infantry j, 33, Edward J Conner, of Ne...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 June 1861

I ' III aNAJIONAL REPJJBUCAN. Paollo Acti Passed at tho Second Session . of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Our. XtV.ia-ln-Art to cany tal rff.-ct ConvenUona be tween lh Villi d Males and (ha Republics of ew Crana da ml GhU Rki. Be tt btactcd by the Senate and Jloute of Representatives of the Untied States ofAmtrx ea in Congress assembled, That tho President of the United State, by nnd with tho advice and donoent of the Senate, shall appoint n commis sioner, whose duty it shall be, conjointly with a commissi loner appointed by the Government of New Granada, to lnvestlgate,'edjust,sand deter mine tho amount of the claims of citizens of the United States against the Government of New Granada, pursuant to tho terms of a convention signed At Washington on (he tenth of Septem ber, eighteen hundred and City seven. w Sec. 2.' And be it further enacted, That the President of tho .United States, by aud with tho advice and consent of tho Senato. shall appoint a secretary to said commissioner in be...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 June 1861

I 1 SJS THE NATfoNALREPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (8UKDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near K, opposite the Oeneriil Post Office, by LEWI8 CLEPHANE & CO. RA"TESOFADTORWSINffi One iqaara, three days ;.$1.00 One! square, fonr daya 1.25 One aqnare, fire daya 1.B0 One! aqnare, alzdaya i... 1.1ft Oni aquare, two weeka..... 2.75 Oni aqnare, three weeka 3.60 One tqnara, one month 4.00 One aqnare, three month 10.00 Oni aqnare, alx months. t ; 18.00 One aquare, one year 30.00 Every other day adrertlaementa, fifty per cent additional ; once a week advertleemenu charged ai hew for each Insertion. Ihierted only once, ten centf a line. Advertisement Inserted Inside, 33$ per cent. itthuuforc TERMS. To city subscribers itx and a quarter centf per week, payable to the carricn. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. frT5tt uui...u. .1 11 f vj :. . '.onu1 ,:;' ' .i-' : ' r V0iu.w i,Mto1 .r j WAiaiNGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1861. " mi "' ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 June 1861

Tnilwi iiml.pqMtnLiijiiip iwxiyfii Publication Officii, corner of Indus avenue and Becond Mrcel, Dopol lor eile of papers 011 Eovcnlh atrecl, bbnoaitc the Centralist naiw. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE & CO. OEORQE II. WESTOK, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, June 21, 1861. Mo advtrtjfl'miinte or noUcos, except to regular ad vertisers, will be Inwrtcd wllhO'il payment ia adrance. ' Col. A. J. Butter, brother of the Gen eral, armed In the"cUy"yesterday, from Fort reai Monroe. gy-Among lue'newly-appointed lieutenants in the army is F. E. Browncll, the avenger of Col. Ellsworth. A& A court of inquiry in regard to the affair at Great Bethel has been called for, and it is probably on this business that Colonel Butler it now in town. SSf There is one placo in Virginia when the rebels, if tliey have any confidence in thei tactics, will make a stand. It is on tho She nandoah ridge, and is called Grab Hun. About all they have done hitherto is to grab nod run. S&" It is stated that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 June 1861

firised 4,800 .bales, arid sis the last ship is oaded and off, business may bo regarded as suspended until th9 receipt of.tho new crop. SOUTHERN MAtp-ITEMS VIA LOUISVILLE. Louisville, June 20. The Memphis Bulletin says that 600 muskets shipped by the Federal Government ,for the men in Weakly county, Tennessee, full into the hands of the seccders. The Union city troops at Memphis wero much in want of arms, whole companies being un armed. Southern Kentucky will soon secede, says the samo paper, and then Qeneral Pillow will move to support them. In Monroe county, Kentucky, near Helena, several negroes were arrested lately Tor an at tempted insurrect on. They were hung. Their Slot was, that the white males were to be mur ered, but the females and children spared. The Austin (Texas Gazette has been in formed of a secret Umou association in that Slate. from foutiiess mokroe. The, steamer Gcorgiana arrived at Baltimore yesterday, and reports matters quiet. No ad ditional troops or vessels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 June 1861

VS-Wnr MTIONXI REPUBflcXN.' Public Aots Passed at tho Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Osir. XUX. An An making Appropriations for the N"rl Some fur tbo rur ending iho thirtioUi of June, eighteen hundred and slilv-lwo. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Ilepresentatices of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That tlic following sums be and they arc hereby Appropriated, to be paid, out of any money in the Treasury not other wise appropriated, for the year ending the thir tieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty two: For pay of commission, warrant, and petty officer und seamen, including- the engineer corps of the navy, four million (our hundred and thirty-eight thousand five hundred and seventy-seven dollars. For provisions for coramision, warrant, nnd petty officer and seamen, including engineers and marines attached to vessels for sea service, one million forty-two thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. For surge ons' necesjnries and appliances ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 June 1861

1 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN in PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (hvndats excepts!),) On GcTcnth street, near R, opposite the Geoertl Post Office, by LEWI8 CLEPHANE k CO. J Vt i otJ n Y(- iH r) crv) RATES OP ADVERiSlN, One square, three day! I..;.....,... -Jii.oo One square, foar,day , i.n One square, fire days 1.50 One square, lizdayi .. 1.7B One square, two weeks .". 2.75 One square, three weeks .". ."3.60 One square, one month ;..,....., 4.00 One square, three months'... ;.....'.. 10.00 One square, sLi months lc.00 One square, one yearr 30.00 Erery other' day advertisements," fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion k r - Inserted only onoe, ten cents a llna Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per cent, adrance. ij j va j!3Vtwois TERMS. To city subscribers lit And a quarter Cent per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty oenU ir annum, payablo In adrance. i.S - T-71 r , '-. J M,"VnT. I WASHINGTON, D.C, SATU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 June 1861

. . .. r--.-i' 'rtfflf?tl t i t Pul Can & t tn be ou wl tit oc I H I. P; ft ( t A&ct oorocr of Indiana arcane and Second 1 Ibr nle of papers on Saventh street, oppoaita aire ineral rwt Ofllco, PUBLISHED BY L. OLEPHANE A CO. QEOROE M. WESTOK, Editor. NATIONAL KEPUBIIOAiV. Saturday, June 22, 1861. WXoadTertiatjraenu or noticea, axwpt o regular aj. vertiaara, will be inaertM wlthoutpatmant In advance. q t m Appointments itm PErsiDtHT-Edward Trowbridge, of Connecticut, to be consul of (he rnblleaj T Tt. . , "saieeofhbwSZiM: William Porter, of, Louisiana, to be consul of, ( . . the United Stales at Tripoli. Western Virginia, It turns out that the John P. HaUeracfccidt, of Kansas, to be con-1 burning of the New Creek bridge was an Isolated sul of the United States at Moscow. i movement, the rebels who did it returning im- William P. Nast, of Kentucky, to be consul mediately to Romney. Colonel Wallace, who of the United States at Stutgard. commands the national troops at Cumberland...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 June 1861

NEWB ITEMS. Maryland Ooxorissional Eliotiox. The following is the remit in the Sixth Congrea- eionol District! Anne Arundel," Montgomery, Prince George's, Charles, St Mary's', Howard, Calvert, 0lTort,tI. UrrlaH.B. 018 074 1,304 COS 819 717 132 685 101 1,137 8G3 389 20 'Official. 4,194 4,033 ''Calvert' majority in the district, 161. The NVj Department had received dii patches from Capt. Rowan, of the steamer Paw nee, enclosing 'reports of Lieut. Chaplin, from which it appears that he had' reconnoitered nt severs! points where' he and liis small party drove in tome secession mounted pickets, when returning musket shots were tired at them. This compliment was acknowledged by dis charges ofv&ntster shot from the Reliance. Lieut. Chaplin captured nine boats, which bad evidently been used for the transportation of secessionists over the Potomac. H destroyed five of these boats. The town of Booueville, Mo., where Governor Jackson made a, Bland against the Federal troops, and which Gen....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 June 1861

MafvrwiBW i pi! I "J. j o't w t(.t dl e, i ( I 1. ! 1. I tit ft NATIONAL ET.ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICB, Washington Citt, June 21, 18(51. B-All persons applying for letters in the following list will please Bay they nra advertised. LADIeTlIST. Ambrose, Fannie A'nadale, Charlotte Averill, Mrs Brooke. Margaret BaUey, Miss M E Blanchfield, Ann Belford, Mrs Burnfcam, Mrs L F Bartlett, Mrs A Beacbam Mrs M R Barnett, Miss J Bartlett, Mrs Jno Barnard, Adalino Bowman, Mrs II M Barton, Mrs A Crist, Mrs D B Cox, Frances 0 Crown, Sarah E Cox, Mrs Ann Coombs, Mrs M E Carroll, Mrs Chandler, Carrie Donaldson, Nancy L Donglas, Miss Mary DeBell, Miss Mollie DnTall, Julia Delahay, Miss M E Dnnkinson, Emma Dcfalco, Mrs Dunbar, Mrs Sarah Denton, Miss Lizzio Dumas, Mrs C M Davis, Miss Jeuui Davis, Miss Mury Endecut, Miss II Emmons, Mrs French, Mrs Laura French, Mrs S A Felix, Miss Sarah Fairfax, Annie Flathertv, Miss W Gross, Miss M R Gates, Mrs Mary A Gleason, Miss Annie Gongell, Mrs E ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 June 1861

RATES OP ADVERTISING., - Ons square, three days $1.00 Oae iqaare, four days. i.'.i.... 1.15 Ono iqaare, fire days 1.50 One squaro, ilx days .... 1.75 One square, two weeks Z.7B One squaro, threa wesks ,..., , 3.40 One square, one month i... ;..;.. ).U. 4.00 One iqaare, three months 10.00 One iqaare, six months.... 10.00 One iqnare, one yoar v.V..i ,J..... 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent. additional; oncoaweck advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. , . . Inserted only once, ten etata a lino. Advertisements inserted inside, 33J per cent, adrance. Ten lines or less coaatltuteajqoro. ' TEH MS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cent! per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty eenta per annum, payable In adrance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1861. No. 177. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (sUNlfATS ktXCEI-TED,) Oo Seventh street, near 13, opposite the Goeral Post Office, by LEWIS CLEP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 June 1861

srtXffmiwiiMHmij iiiy w v V ToMlcAUon Office, corner of Indiana areoue aod 8cond tittti. Depot for Bale of r"Pr a Seteuih itrcct, opposite lh General rwt OQce. PUJBLI9HKD BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. GEORGE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ! Monday, June 24, 1861. JWo adrsrCununU or nonces, nctpt to regular aa- I vartiasrs, will b lnsartad wltboat payment In alvanc. I i fSf Serfctor Fesseuden arrived hers ou Friday tvening. a, I $Sf We have received from' Caaimir Bobn, I of this city, au excellent steel plate engraving of the lato Judge Douglas. 19 The release of nasi Winans and the appointmenf of Emory as lieutenant colonel, were both strongly advised by Gen. Scott. We 'ntion the fact for tho bcne&t of his specia' -dulators, who are condemning the Adminis tration for those acts. t&" Instead of accepting the bids made for gunboats, the Navy Department has fixed tho prices which it will pay, varjlng with the time j within which the boats are delivered, so as to give a bonus fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 June 1861

LOCAL tfEWS. Military Movement in the City. ARBtVAL or THE NKW YORK TWRNTY-SIXTH ItkOlMGNT. A train of cars arrived here at noon on Sat turduy, btinging the twenty-sixth New York regiment, direct from Elmira, where they have been encamped somo timo. The regiment number about 800, and it made up of well developed, sinewy men. Their uniform 1 a dark grey jacket and pants. The whole regiment U prorided with Serviceable overcoats, and all the necessary equipage and accoutrement! for war. They went into camp north of the city immediately upon their arrival. Officer t Colonel Christian. Lieutenant Col onel Richardson, Major Jennings, Adjutant U. Smilb, jun., Qunttermastur Dlackwell, Assist ant Quartermaster Pease, Sergeant Major Kingabury,8urgeou Coventry, Paymaster Blng hum, and Captains Caalemai., Wetmore, Jen nings, Palmer. Falrbanlu, Davie, Brandell, Carl, Arrowsmith, and Dlackwell. ARRIVAL or TOE MEW TOOK TWENTY-NINTH HKOIXEXT. Tho fine body of men, numbering 780 rank and file, arriv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 June 1861

SSSTJ?' LtnBM4K-Jwm TM W41WIWWffl1WW i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnblio AoU Failed at tho Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cur. LVI. An Act lo refund to tho Torrltorjr of Uuli Ibj Eipdmi Incurred In suppressing Indian Umtllltlci lu Uio ytr eighteen hnndrtd and Blljr tnr. Be it enacted by Hie Senate and House of Representatives of the United State) of America in Congreti aMenoiea.'! hat there shall be al lowed and paid to the Territory of Utah t oat of any money In the Treasury not otherwise ap propriated! the autn of fifty-three thousand five hundred and twelve dollars and twenty tents, tu reimburse said Territory for expenses incurred in suppressing Indian hostilities in said Terr! tory in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty three, being the amount so expended, less the excess paid to officers and soldiers by said Territory, over the rates allowed to the United States troops serving outhe Pacific coast in the same year. ArraoYiD, Febroarr 27, 1861. Our. LYU. An Act...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 June 1861

i in i i ills- mt THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 10 PDBMOHED KVr.RY MORNING, (RUNIUTS KXOIOTI'II,) 03 Sovtnt'i llitct, near K, opposite the Gencrl Pott Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANK & CO. TERMS. To city subseribers ilz and a quarter cent p;r week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, tbree dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days , $1.00 One square, four days.. 1.25 One square, fire days 1.80 One square, six days 1.15 One square, two weeks l.li One sqnare, three weeks 3.60 On square, one month........ , i.OO One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One square, one year; 30.00 Every other day advertisements, 6fty per cent. additional ; once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion.'- -' " " Inserted only once, ten cent a line)." ' Advertisements Inserted lnslde,"3j per cent. Advance. ' '" " Ten line or less constitute square. 50 -ftor ty C aixocnm Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 June 1861

IH I Ull I. MUwrfr TWW ,JIM WM" J.f W B 1 ! H U ' : r-ubllcillon Offlce, corner of Induuu arcane and Stecmid Mrort. Depot Ibr tils of papers on dcrentli street, opisl! th Central ltKt OOloo. PUBLIBHED BY L. CLEPHANK A CO. OEORrjE M WESTON, Fdltor NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN. Tuesday, Juno 25, 1861. jwKo advertisements or ooucm, except ta regular ad vertlsofS, wlU be totl without raiment la advanco BSf Senator! 3umner, Collamcr, and Bing ham, hare arrived in the city. (Capt.Brackett,of tboU. S. cavalry, has withdrawn his resignation. 8QT Kentucky desire to occupy a position of neutrality. She desires to stand with her hands in her pockets wbilo traitors destroy the Union, the Government, the Constitution, nnd all that makes American life tolerable. SSf The communication which we publish in this paper from a " Tcnnuscean," is furnished by Dr. W. B. Hurley, late editor of the Nash rille Democrat, which rendered ch efficient service in the causa of the Union, until it was silenced by the mob. P...

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