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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1866

.xf , , r fy TlIE'NATIONALREPUBLICAy PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL REFUBLICAli 3V Kflttaai towMirtra. .. I, PUBLISHED -DAILY. IS ATM . ADYIRTIIINO. One niiar. three deya, fj oi qor, font day J One 9.nare, It day. .... . J Oaeoqsar, aliday JW It ery other day JrtiMu,M par Mil. Udl lloikl. TwlMkWMkUfarUMMaU.fftpw Mil. ad- Edltorlal otle si Mnte per llae,ean laaertlon Local notlca G nt Mr IU, Ml laaartloa AdfrtleieBtMm.BBdr.ho heed i of Waata.For 81. Par Rent, Loot uJFmiI, IbmmIob, U eeaU Mr Itao aeqeBt laoertloa half prla. Sis Uih ar laee aeaatUate iqura, Ad rattle inenU hoald be handed la before) alia a'tlockp n. TBI aUTIOtUt, KinrBLIOAsT Is raU.a .my nlif (S.ili; npW) r W J. ttciTl.i Co., ST.. Ill Bulk ilml,iil I. r.rLk ta ntHrttwri Or Mrtm) U II Mil. ti lb, IttU KlMftm, 01 oo r iiiiii aim for tts nils n 00 rot tint mntii, (aMfiatly tn 4. MaM. riv. .oplM .a. jmt, ass.00, IllCl opt.l, A M.U. THI WIUtLT IITIOBUL aaTOIUCAK l pillat.4T.rr FrU.7 Moralist Oi. mp? ... yMr too 1 nm mpIm oh ...

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. — 17 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLIOAN.JgEDNESDAJ:-HOILNINGOCTOBER.17. -1866- Mount gtfjntMu.m1 & Wiwiilnaton Olty. I. C W. J. MCBTAOH A CO., PUBLISHERS. S. P. IIANSCC-M, EDITOR. WKDSESDAT MORNIrTGr-OCTOJlBn IT, IBM. THE LEDGER SWINDLE. A Mr. Abboit, of New York city, new agent for an association of newspaper! in dif ferent prt of the country, received the 1) Ing dispatch from l'usi, and then tent it from Kew York to the Ledger, tn Philadel phia I This ii a roundabout way for the most enterprising journal In Philadelphia to obtain Its news from Washington. The Ledger now has the proof that It is not only a " roundabout way," but that It Is also a very unreliable source. We are surprised that Mr. Abbott, with whom we think we hare heretofore had pleasant relations, shonld employ any but reliable and loyal men in Washington to send him news. We think it is due to the public, and the Government, that Fust thonld be dismissed by all news paper publishers, and refused admittance to every department...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1866

gatiomil QifnMUm LOCAL XCT3SrWriEI. City Cocnciu Board of Aldermen. The Board met Monday ertolog at the usual hoar, the President, T. K, Lloyd, Esq , la the chair. Present Messrs. A. Lloyd, Talt, Cross, T. E Lloyd, Barr, EdmonstoD, Given, Gullok, Oitid, Lewis, and Turton. Tbe Chair; Mr. T. E. Lloyd, laid before tht Board a communication from to Major, Inoloelng a communication from Messrs. Makepeace aad Thomas, claiming $300 damages for Injury dont their property at tht depot by reason of tht latt he ? rains. Thsy allege that tht flooding of thtir bop was attributable to obstructions baring been left In tht mouth of the sower crossing New Jersey avenue and 0 street .Referred to Committee en Finance. A communication wai alio reoelred from the sec retary of thr Washington Asylum, Inoloilng sundry propo all for meat, medicine and fnel for that In stitution, agreeable to a resolution of tht Board adopted a few weeks ainet. Referred to a special committee, confuting of Mesira. Turton, (m...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1866

gtttsmrjtiw rzxzTrr&tssw THBiNAJIONAI' ;BEP.UBLICAN.WJEDNESDAY..MOENING. OCTOBER 17. 1866.f 1 tiuj,!i'jAiiiv-i''!?i.',,.?irtrin?t,'!!! ?r? mim-si 1 bi -; t - gtatioimJ g)mMican. WEDNESDAY MORNING.:: OCTOBER 17, 1868. BXPRniBNCB. f WILLIAM wmaa. OTtteef OMatebllltyi Oltu, Hw All thing ehang 1 thai In, ta maa' affair to th rest, It Isb'I quit so clear. By day th ibb, a aeeal with htm, glt; By Bafhtt tr0ae OBtl ' thararylag yr," A Eaglaad'e Leareate eell ll, still prepare II BIBBl betl I While BBf NIM f IfclBt The oibaI admlratlea f lk a .m. Bat mia, aad bII their work, Bad wen a, too, l haego not ameilagly f, ul I hare aa Mneh tball thought la wledoa tepuriae Be Tor a fw brUf yr had ro11d btwa M Bad toy hep aaiga to that spectral ho Which It a gee daydreeua bat 1 do eel taaaa To los my hop yL b that aa It may, For I aayaelf ahau change aad paaa away. Aad It may V that, la a happier spasre, " Wbn tob hait bnmd off ihia Mortal eolJ, ' ' That which ba vainly hoped aad strove for hr W...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1866

!V ,w ?r .m,. . wtota r(? Ii. . i IT -a T1IE NATIONAL- REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. atm ADTiimnro. Ob. fq.Br., IkrM ..vs.... ! OMBtarti '? .at. .HO. .ID .IN u. ,qa.r., it. .tb, ub. iqitr. us ..j. v.r4;i4irum-.MH;,v;w-u4T: IK bul, TwIM . nl ittinuiMi", j. p . "SuiWUl UO fttM.iMk UMrtlM. toriouttMurfiu.M;kiM"io AA,rUMB.u .oalBfiB.MtB. Wi,rr !, for B.BI.I.! ... MI, B.l...rUoi,t M.U Mr I 1b I nkMqiul Li.rll.Bf kslf f rlM. 'VmIUm Of liMMMHWIJ , ., Afv,rllMr4.BU BBoald b. hBd4 la bffor al.s ,to,k , o PFIOIAl. Wit DirARTMBKT. :"i ADJRTAVT OBBBBAL'l UfFICl, Wairijimto.. Oopies-ber 11, ISM nntrn iNh R Kant ati f) Hi fob THI patmint or BOUHTU8 UNDER TO ACT TO KQUAL1H BOUNTIES. APFROVBD JULY S3, 1868 1 All aoollcattoee hill b Bled within tbl period of Ik months, from tho lit day of October. IMS, nl be fore eey payments en meoXehall be dosslled by rtglmeato, battailous, or other eoparete orgealietleae, tod no eppllcetloa lied after that period shall be eet tied on til tbe former shell have beea ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1866

.waajKOTWWjigiaBI&TiaMfr tpKStf&jnmnB$s?) CE""--W swrsrTTT' u i.l.Sluw"ui"mu'J'Vll.iilwrm u'4 hiubwiwiiuinii, THE NATIONAL REP,OBIyICAJi.JHiniSDAYMQRaDGJ3.C0KlBER-.18..JaRgL- gritfonnl gtyMUm Wiwhlnuton City, I. C. W, J.MOBTAOH C0..rtIBLI3HEnS, 8. P. IUNSCOM, EDITOR. THOBSDAr MOBNINCt !. OCTOBER 16, 186. THE REPORTED CltA-NOE IN THE , CABINET. The report that lion. Edwik M. Stahton hu tendered hU reifgnalion u Secretary of War 11 without foundation in fact. We hare the higbctt authority Tor thli ttatement. Ak luroRTurr and. lengthy coninlutlon took place to-day at the Executive Mansion between Thb Fuidi, the SrearrARt or State and the GicKAWi-Cnir.r. Mr. F. M. Lander at the National Theatre. Lost night the walla of the National The atre were filled to their ntmoat capacity, and all in the Taat audience were delighted with the acting of Mra. Laxdkr. The piece was "Adrienno, the ActrcM," and in it Mrs Lax. der proved heraelf to be still in possession of the r are talent and hi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1866

UnfiouI gcpulincuu. LOOAXiNHVeS. Dark ,IUll-;Tuk Kktitobk, or Fhila.dk. rnu m. mi Union or Waibikotom Turn Kir iTOHi Victorioih After their defeat by ton Na Uonall on Tuesday lait tha membar of tho Key ton dab, now on k ?llt lo oar ttjt found eon notation In dsfeatlnr the Union olab, with whom they played on lb Union ground yeaterdey. Not withstanding tba fact that tho Union t were do feated their playing wmi blgblj commendable and bi grfttly enhanced their ropaUtton u skilful pleycri ana worth to bo ranked among thoio of tb but club of the country. Although eompar Iton are lomettmee Invidious wo eannot roeiei tho Imprer-ilofi that whIU n majority of tfao Unlom aro excellent players, Otlro aa oat eh or and lladolph m ehort stop are entitled to mora than ninal com mtndatlon. Among tbo Keyitone Cnthbert u catcher 1 Infallible, Cop exeel In batting, and Deal li dlattngulahed for tba number of hi catcher.. Tbo following U a brief synopsis of tbo Innlngi played rtnUT IRRIHOS Union to tba...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1866

t IJnttounl gtjMMicttti, THURSDAY MOBNINQ'l'i.. OCTOBER 18, 1868. What the Boston Writer are Emerson Is reading the proof sheeii of bU new Tolume of r poems tooc published this autumn by Ticrnor Fields. The title of the new book is "May Day, and Other Fieccs." -Two Ion; poems lead off the vol ume. Holmes is- busy OTer Ms new romance, the first instalment of which wilt appear In tho January Atlantic Monthly Longfellow has finished his translation of the l)ivine Comedy, and Is still preparing the not rs nnd illustrations. The whole work will appear in a few months, probably. Ills Flower do Luce" is in the bindery. I,o well has at last completed tho "Second Hones of Biglow Papers1 and having added a most piquant introduction of some hundred pages to the volume, he Is now writing a story in verse for the Atlantic Monthly, Mrs Stone and Mrs. U M. Child are both writing novels for tho press of Tick 11 or A Fields. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe Is deep in u Fate, Freewill, and Foreknowledge, " prob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1866

T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLIQAN Sfltt0ual TlfE NATIONALREPOBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. ! ' rPBUflllKP DAILY, SITU ADTBBTIIIVd. Ou qiiar,thrMdayB..t.. On Bqnara, frtt 4ayB qr,iy. thi trinoiiL xiruBMCi a MMIabal ararr ra.rauur (lara aitapUd) r W I. VoBTl.a k Co ,,. Ill Ilalb .mat, aad I, faralakat la aibiarlbtta (by aarrtara) at TS Mata par a.atb. Hall aabMrtbara, ls.00 par aaaata HOO far ala aalba aad II 00 fat tbra, aaatba, SMarto.. kf warn. na aorta, .aarur.tu, 00 uttUMrln, SmbU. THI W1IILT ATIOAl UTVtUClM a pabUibad avarr frldar aaralBf i Ob, aop7 , raar 1.001 Tbra, Mflaa oaa vaar, HOO J Taa MplM .a. rur.illOO. iT.ryolUf day 4?rtlMmU,M jjf t Adj.. Honal. Twleo a vMk tir trtUoBoaU, t tut. M KdltoriAl lMi M MU pot llM.tuk lmaortlot. UMjBUMHMtaWUMMtklHWtlra IdrtrtlMtatftt eom.afolf tba beadeof waite.fof Iftl Tor JUnl, Lett mdrotd,oiliMrtloi,t toBto mi lii oobeoqoeat laMttlota hn.it prloa. lis llaet or loaa ooiBtltote ft aqnaro AdTortlaoMoato abotJd b BHdtd ta Ufc-ro alao 'ilMk p m. VOL. VI. WAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBEICAN; FRIDAY -MORNINGrOC3TOBER-19866 n Ration.. 1 gUmoicm & XVmmblniiton City, X. C W. J. MUBTAQH A CO., PUBLISHERS. 8. P. HAN8C0M, EDITOR. FRIDAY MOMUHO" S-OCTOBBR 1. 18. CIIOLER& HOT IN WASHINGTON. Tbe reported cases o( cholera In Murder Bay are bcliorcd by the medical faculty of the city not to bare been the Asiatic chol era. Two of the natives who died were negro children who lived in filth and had been eating hone chestnuts, and the other wa an old colored man. None of them had the cramps and the collapsed state attendant upon genuine cholera. We are assured by our best physicians that no alarm is felt by the members of their profession in view of cholera in this city. PKItOHAI TnCRLow AVeio axd Aaiunix Wakivax, of New Y.rk, arrlrtd ta town yeeterde and hut a short loUrrUw with tbe Freshens. Maj. Ou, N. A. Milu declines to hare bis aama flNd as a candidate for Cougnes ia tbs Slots, District, Mass IIekj. 0. PiiKixs, of Sooth Danvers, has been nominated...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 19f 1866. ptatioturt $t$nhUnvu LOCAL 3KT3U W Conservative Army and Navy Union. The regular weekly meeting of this oiraoliatton wai bTd last evening, at their room I In rant's building, on D itrect, aear SixthCot, Jamoe A. Talt, lint Tie president, Id tho chair, and Captain Auitln acting tertry. S. R. Hereer, of MuiaebniAf, was elected a member of thtJHtAiofi.atlon. Captain MeConneH, from tho Room OommltUo naked for farther tltno for th eommlttM to report which wM granted. Tho Committee on Credential! mid a rtportf whleh wai adopted. Major Warner, from tb Finance Committee, rr ported that the account! of tho financial inerotary and treasurer were correct. On motion of Ctpt. Aaitlo, a rota of tbanbi was tendered to the Johnson Departmental Gob, for allowing the aiioelatlon the nee of certain furniture. Engineer Mockahee tntrudaoed a preamble and resolution, which wer referred to a committee, and tubiequentlj reported to tho meeting with...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1866

THE .NAUOtfXL "HEPtJBnCAN.'FBIDAT-'MORNING, OCTOBER 19rl866r jflnttowa! ggpitWcaiu finATMORklWQ' "!-J!jg9gg5l?iI "oilUKCIl D11UCCTOHY. OATROLIC. Th oldest Ofttbolld ehureh li St. Patrick, on J street north, corner of Tenth street wait, ont tdoirt wut from the Patent Offloo odlfleo. Rer. J, A. Wllttr, rjevrtori Rot. Father Kaos, Militant, fit. Pator'a Church, Cpltol mil, Rbont three squares from lae southeast oornerof the Capitol grounds. Rot. Mr. Boylo ii tb factor. Bi. Mnllhnw,i Chorea, corner of Fifteenth ud IX itrtets, ft thort diitnncn north from tb But Department. Factor, Rot. Chnrlec While, D. D., lUr. Mr.MeNellf, aaeUunt. St. Mary's, (0nnan,)on Fifth, mat II itreet. IUr. MattWs Allg, paitor. Sabbath servlcce, 10 ft. m . and afternoon, Bi. Domlnlok'i Chnroh, on tbo Island, Sixth street, about equidistant between the canal and Potomac rirer. Paetor, IUr. J. A. Bokel, O.BD, Militants, Rot. N. D. Young;, OS D IUr. J. II. Lynch, 0 8. D ReT. II. P. HaJj-h, 0. S. D Her. V. 0. Call, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 October 1866

r l' WTHE NATIONAIrREPUBLIC; n , hate ifiTMmim l. On !,?, thra day Wf Oat iqa&rtt fomr djou(iMtM 1 W OMiqw,tTtK7i I 00 On MBfcr, alx layi f lTrjthM7 adTarUaamanU, M mi aaat, 4l tlntl Til t wMk UnrttimiiK, 1 1 pw ml U AIM!. 4 "" i Editorial ioHmI SS mta 'pf r Una, k UmiUqi. Local aotlaaa IS ante ft Ha lh laMrtloa A4ritlMaiaU tomlf t vulMUabMdiot Waits, lor lala.To Rail, Mil a4 Foaid, oialiatrHoMiia mbU par 11b qatat 1a.mt.e4t -talf prta. nri l llaaa or Imb MaaUtaU a nurk "'AdTarUiamaata should U band la tufoiVala alok p m. TIIE-NATIONAL-HEPUBLICAh rUBUSnKD DAILY. TBI IATIOVAI, XirtTBXICAH , la pubUabad .vary morales (Saadaya exeepled) by W 1. KcaTioi Co ,e. Ill Klath atreet, aad la furalabed U eaboaribera (by earrtera) el Tl ocata pel month. Kail eabaartbera, Uoo pei aaaum M.00 for alx moelai 1 aad tt 00 for three mealhe, taearta.fr 4. Maee. rT0 eopleo eee year, SM.00 taile eoplee, ( acata. THI WIIXIT KATIOItAL inVBUOAl 0 publlabed erery Friday morales 1 One copy eae year M.0OI T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 October 1866

wmrwtri .. uj,u-i-: THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER' 20, 18J56.' gufioiwl fcuttMirau. Wnsbliitlton City, i. C. W. J. MUBTAOH k CO., PUBUflHEIia 8. P. IIAN800M, KDITOB. SATUBD1T MlNIQ;::i:.-OCTOBBR 10, ISM. KA1LKOAB FOR M1XITAKV USES. One of the moat extraordinary develop mcnta of Ingenuity, (kill and energy mani fested by the Union armies doting the war was witnessed in the management and manipula tion of railroads for military purposes. It is an absolute truth that tracks were laid in North Carolina on somo occasions as fast as the army could march with its baggago and supply trains. Tho vast importance or this anxiliary to tho ordinary means of transpor tation on some of our movements in tho South can hardly be estimated by the "home guards;" nono but a Quartermaster and Com missary can realize them to the fullest ex tent. Uen. McCau.uk, who superintended the United States military railroads during the war, has just made a report which shows the important part hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 October 1866

-J THE NA1I0NAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER SO. 180(5. Tax Fumu' StEiii It frill be remem bered that the Columbia TnograaMoal Booiety, at a meetlna; hell oa awaraay eroalnf lait, adopted th. following unndmnt to lk ml. of prlew, to take afoot on Monday, the 15th Initant i "Oompailtori and pracrmen mploytd bj tka wMk ahail iw.It. not leei than 3 per wtek, ! jit hoiin to oonatltote a day from th. lit of Ootobor to Ik lt of Manh, and Ua boon to ooutUtt day from tbo lit or AptU to too lOtb of Septan. ber lulutTo. For ixlra work, SO eenti Mr boor i fUr 11 o'olook, mldoljnt, 75 elnti ptr bow, (. cept on moraine popon.)'' xbo proprieton of job printing oO tbrouhont tbo oily boll a mooting on Thwdajr orinlnr, anil It mi deoldel not to aoeodo to tbo now rale, but to eloio tbolr offlooi at 11 o'oloek ynUrfiy. Aiaord Inaly tbo Joarnejmen win nettled, and at 11 o'clock work wai itoppod, they Mfulni to work sndor tbo old loaje. A petition, ilgned by tbo proprieton, ni alio ost to tbo O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 October 1866

mujwwj"wwiu,iiiuiMii lauMuaiif MPMnm WlPtn THE "vNAHOMAJL KKPUBMCAN. SATERDAY MORNING, OGTOBERyi2(W8bU Jali0al Umltatt. C& to dATUKDAY MORNING; : OCTOBKB 50, 1868. r s: ; . ' ' LOVB AMD AGE. BT TIOMil LOT! MA COCK. I played Uh 7 ld CO Will pi blowing , Wheal was ell aad you were four) WhiD gailende weaving, Sower belle thro elng, Were p ensures soon to please bo more Throng h graves aad eneadi.e'er grass aad heather, With little playmates to end fro. Wo wandered hand In heed together Bat that u slaty years ag o You f row a lovely roseate maiden. And still oar early love wu strong f f till with no care onr daye wtro laden, They f Uded joyously along f lad I dtd love yon very dearly How dearly, wordi want power to ehew I thought yonr hoart wai toached a nearly, Bat that wu fifty years ago Tbou othor lovers cams iron J yon, Your beeoly grew from ytar to year. And many a splendid circle found you Tbo eentro or Ha (Ulterior ophcro I taw yoo I hen, flret vows forsaking, On raak aad wa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1866

&' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN THE NATIONAL' REPUBLICAN TDBUSHED DAILY. . ' ' BATM iDTlTIO0. . Ol tntrt, thr 4rt .. M , OntiqitM, foit 4trft. " ?S Oh tqairt, It eUr.... ; Oi iqttr, ilx 4tv '" ; iJr lTrrtktrdar UtmiMaMtM iyt mi t4. Moitl. TwU Mk UnnlMiuU, H ft mbLM- Id 1 to rlil otlm M Mti pr Ub,mb liwtloB. lMftlBoMelUMiUMrlli,MfcUMTtUt. Ell. lor JUnt, Lot M oi4, lMrtli,l MBtt pr 1U I kqt IbmKIobi btlf prl. lis IIbm r lu totittlat ft !. AdTrtIim.tU iiovU hui li Mfort ttat oclokp.a. aa. A P0BLI8nEDt DAILY. TBI RATIO .TAT. AITOBLIOIM ti tobtUkti tt Motilitr flsftJiTi mmbUJ. t W J. MnT.ua k Co ,. fill Hi ilk itwltiid U fariak4 w iiBMnwri tf irrim) it 75 iiU pr noitk. am tiMcrum, a.w ytr uim KOOTot ilx ttoitb i ud t 00 (of IkiM noatki, ffttaWoMy to , . riTroplMoiiru,tM.ool WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. MONDAY M0SN1NO. 0CT0BEftS2, 1866. BUf IB OOplM, f Mils. TBI wiixlt KATioaiL nraiueiv VOL. VI. NO. 270. ' BbUkd tttrr Vrldtr normUf i Ot totT oi rtu 1001 Tkro oopUa oat jnr, laoOfTti oIm Th. Pnkll...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1866

easBuuweajpaFjsnwjsats rt5ftmtfcg,U,Ul!.il:lii3 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN,-MONDAY MORNING,. OCTOBER. 22.. 1866. gjtoitoiwl gtiniWiwu. & Wn.hlwtton City, P. O. W. J. MPBTAOn & CO., PUBLISHERS. r. HANSCOU, EDITOR. MOSDAT MOHNINO:: ::OCT0DEtt SI. 1868. the wiesidests Visit to hai,. TIMORE. To show how completely tho fanaticism of patty may Overthrow the Judgments of men it Is only necessary to state that when the departure of Prescient Jouxsox to Balti more yesterday morning became known, there was great fluttering among some of the "knowing 'ones" of the radical persuasion. They jumped to tho conclusion that Tin Pbisidxxt had gone to aid Gov. Swax.x in Inaugurating c(tU war in Maryland ! Of course he had gone to the front to arrange the plan of the campaign. The teachings of tho radical Journals have wrought such influences upon the minds of somo of their readers that whenever Mr. Joiimox raises his foot they imagine it is p kick somo loyalist, and when he puts it down it is to ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1866

THE NA1T0NAT REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 18G(i. Uaitonal cpuMuau, IiOOAIi 3Ni jm WW. -The Printers llrik-Ke)UaaT erf tht ColnrabU TrpvcmphlcU VcMlatv At an adtonnied meeting; of the) Oolambla Typo graphical Society held Satarday evening at the Council Chamber, City Hall, to hear th report of th eommlttet appointed at tho prarloni meeting to wait upon tbo employers And lnfonn thorn of tht adoption of tbo loala of prices, Inolndlng tbo elght-honr rola, tbo oommltUo mad tht following report: Tht oommltUo to whom wai assigned1 tbo dntj of notifying tbo employing printers of tho Dlitrlot of tbo amendment to tbo seals of price and tho honri to conitllaU a day'g work, beg Uaro to re port That on Monday morning they proceeded to carry Into effect the wishes of the loclety by calling on and notifying all tbo employing prlntere (except Mr. Towen and the publisher of tho Rtpublic, the former being elok and the latter not In hli offloo at the time) of the action of the eoclety. Meii...

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. — 22 October 1866

THE NATIONAL' REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 1866. Rational tywMmtu, MONDAT MOBNINQ:::::::::.OCTODER t 1888. IN MKUOflV OP WALTER SAVAGE LAN DOR. Back to lli dower-Iowa, aide by ttl, The bright months bring, New-born, the bridegroom ltd lb hrls. Freedom and Spring. The swsat U &! laugh from set to sea. Filled full of eon: All thingc eon back to her, being (r J All things but One. In many a lender wheateu plot, Flowere that were dead LIt, tod old torn revive I bat not That holltr bud. By thl wilt wandering waste of see, Faraorth, Ibnr On race shell never tarn to me A one thl year. SbtU never null aad tan end rest 0 ml m there, Xfor oil moit sacred hand b prest Upon my blr. 1 came ob whoi thoughts bftU linger, II.li ill before; Th youngest to Ik oldest alegar That goglead bor. I fiend blm whom 1 shall aot flal Till all grief Bd, In holiest age our m'ghtleet mlad. Father had friend. Cat thoa, If anything tad art, If bop there be, 0 ep rlt that mea'a llf left par, Mea'a dea...

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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