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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 June 1861

T ? i''E "t,!? 3 -a-!-tHI i- locai :iilws. tlemanwas appointed chairman of the Claims Committee. " CIT.Y, COUNCILS. Board uf Amieiimew. Tho Board met al the uual hour, and was called to order by tho President. The Chair announced the following atAndiug committees'. Finance MeBsrs. Brown, Vndell, and Fish er. j Improvements :Messri. Moore, Semmes, and Broadhead. Police Messrt. B&jlej, Lloyd, and Bohrer. Claims Messrs. Bemmei, Sargent, and Clark. I- v- ' , Public Schools Messrt. Magrnder, Bohrer, and Bithnrda. Fire Department Messrs. Sargtbt, Brown, and Magruder. , "'." Elections Messrs. Bohrer j-Broadhead, and Fisher. a " ' ' j Drainage Messrs. Fisher, Semmes, and Clarke. -' Unn'nuiied Bniineaa Mcsara. Lloyd, Bich- ards, and Moore. Canals Messra. Wendell, Moore, and. Bay- ley. v v"'.jr A rnmtnnnication waa receiTod from the Mayor, transmitting the following nominations, wmen were reicricu . Corporation Attorney J. M. Carlisle. Tax Clerk F. McNerhany. Book Keeper E. J. Klo'ptor. M...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 June 1861

l.....W.LtJi . -II. 'Uinwmi I 4IIUHP1U 'i wJjjiijii- 4 H l'nt'lilUMiWHIIi"tl"l"W iiiftiWnwiftnl V" ww MBwmtwr NATIONAL ItErjJBLICAN. Publio Acti Pasted at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Ciuf. LVH-An Act MUbtutung cwutu Pcwl ItoulM. (CONTIHOED. From Leavenworth, via De Soto, to Ossawat omle. , . From Mapleton, Bourbon county, via Mag nolia and Vernon, to Unmbolt, Allen county. From Colorado City to Pawnee Fork. From Kansas to Fort Riley. From Atchison to Topcko. From Atchison to Tort Kearney. From Pawnee Fork, via Fort Wise, to Puoblo, on the Arkarsas river. From Pncblo to Colorado City. From Pueblo tip tho Arkansas river, via Cannon City, KelUr's Bar, California Gulch, and Georgia Gulch, to Breckcmidc?. From Ohio City, via Cresco, to Lo Uoy. Train Taiiqua to California Gelch, on the Arkausaa. KEKTCCKT. From Bowling Green, via Claypool and Gains ville, to Scottsville. From Murray, via Cook's Valley, and Linn ville, to Feliciana. From McKee, Jackson connty, via Willi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 June 1861

'M V: rtJtl. . H. -v4' V K-f &r $?, ". 55 -. . i pi I. M- vT- V t Ai THR'NATIC oHiiriR'EPTmi.tnA,w'' (! o v ,I',JLunF'"(ri" "" ft yflirrrj"'- lCVKRY'MOiR'l?tNG, (ll'MDAYS IXCEfrU),) Oa rjvinth meet, near B, opposite the General Post Office, by t LEWIS CLEPI3ANE k CO. TERMS. ,.. to city subscriber six and a quarter cent 'n par week, payable to the carrier!. t7iTo mall lubscrlbcrt, tbre dollar and fiftyi '2r?'!fnt per annum, payable In advance, ' vu H rj iOi NATIONAL JKEPUBlMN. For the Ktaliouftl Rfpub.Ict.il ALEXANDRIA FOB UNIdN 1 AN ACS.OSTIO BOltU, IT BIOHABD WRlOlir. rJlcated to the true Colon men of Alexandria, Vs ) Tnti " Star SpangUa Daniur." Alexandria for Union I with jubilant cry, Lifts again the bright stars and broad stripes iu their splendor ' ' Ea:h American views against Heaven's blue sky, 'Xpandiog, the Flag no true man would lur. render. As our forefathers stood Nobly stemming the flood, Dark Tyranny rolled to whelm every good, Rlstpg up Tor Columbia'. U.iirv, we,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 June 1861

fc- - - i i ii i i -1 - rrraMir i i .' iTMrMMfrrr n i i n1 i r-"" " TT- HTTT 'V vj B i I -w. w fc'' 0 a T i ;c ', c g it I: u ""- PnWtettioo Office, corner of Initiuu avtaoa and Petted tlrwt. Prl Ihr ' or riTr,oii tvmlh rtrcct, opposite 'the General Post Mbi. ' PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE k CO. ' OEOltOE" M. WE8T0V, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, June 26, 1861. H-t-: .it..j..dinnii nr nntlrt. nvrrnt tn rpirutar nd TCttUen, will b Imc-ned without payment In advnnce. " j Subscriber who Jo not file their pnxrs, and have copie of the Republican of January t 9, (No. 35,) and'April 22, (No. 123,) will con fer a favor on as, by seudiiig them to ihU office. ggr Mr. Wright,' Union candidate for Con gress in the 12th Pennsylvania district, i" elected bj a large majouty. SSF The statement, telegraphed from this city to the New York Tribune of yesterday, that the Administration are considering a proposition to terminate the war upon the basis of the Crittenden Compromise, 'is en tirely wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 June 1861

k.. :v K m:. . tm. aewr -. .WIN ' MB Wis ' rt i ;?L Oaj'feW s . ?r -, JliUtery'taovements'ln the City. -'fBttlVli. or THE accovu WISCONSIN irmvruT 'Tie seconil Wisconsin recimont reached 7s Here! at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, having 'j ('ij8ic;nauion on inesaay last, mer number t a, I nfifl mtn. anil nrn apininriinii,1 h- a (!iia bahovof twenty six pieces, led by Professor H. . i3Ghandler, and an efficient drum corps. The lrWixient ' made up of citizens of Madison ! flma anrronndincr Mrititrr: all ahle.bnrliail Ana. jK,-1 looking men. They bring with tbem complete camp equipage, ana.a siz-ponnaer brass held i , piece. Their uniforms are of grey, neat, and .. . a,ikata.ittftt mnA tliAv . b1m .nKl!4 .!.U i, '., - fc BHUUMUMl.., S.UU M.VI BiaRuv .UUU.ICU 1 I til nil T-. r ,..j.-t .:.., r .. iiLIt tl.. r t are armed with the Spriug6eld and Harper's Ferry smooth-bore musket, which they are de- sirouj of exchanging for Enfield rifles in this city. The following is a list of their office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 June 1861

?ft$ . i fc 1 i l I . I'- A . NATIONAL EPUBEICAK: Fnblio Acts Passed at tho Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Chi? LYTI-An Act wUM'ulug CfiUm Iwi Ruuti"- concluded. From Aioliu, lo some point on the ovetland mail tinge rontn from Saint Louis to El Paso. Prom M.rahull, ll&trison county, to Coffee rille, Upihiir county cil MT .1 r-4 ...! AA.-inti. .t V.t. Station, Prsirie Point, Dentou, and Pilot Folut, ..i 5jKm.n Orrnn -nnntv. I From La Orange Fayette cosuty, to Ever green, YVainmgiou county From Jefferson, via (Joffeeville. Lafavette. and Pittsburg, to Quitman. From Indiauola, via Saluria, to Brazos San tia?o, along the. beach. From Waco .Village, via Buchanan, Fort Worth, and.Deutou, to connect with theoer laud mail either at Sherman or Gainesville. ITTAU. From.Breckenridge 10 Great Salt Lake. From Mutili, Sau Pete county, via Kphraim, Limbri, and Mount Pleasant, to North Bend. From Genoa, in Carson Valley, via Walker Kiver Diggings, to Monoville. From Rrighatn City,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 June 1861

tfi'&l I n ' tt THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNIHQ, (SONDATS EXCEPTED,) On 'Seventh street, near E, opposite the General 'ih viArfirto nP A mrVDTTQTMn IL n jftrtliiO VAT,.-fVLJr AUA.jaiJ,aAva.yW,!l One sonare, throe days.. j..l......w...$1.00" 3Slrficri?al fine suu&re. funr dars ,...j....WV,lt1. " One ignore, fire day , r-H'rri'-'rHSl One aoaare.eUaara LV.SAl.ii'W l One iqnare, tiro weeks. ....,,..,.......,. ITS One square, three weeks ..., ......,jvJ.M, Dae square, oae month .' ' - One square, three m6nth........T.A.T,.)r'9?- One aqaare, WWonth.'A.-'.....l.W.!;U.t U.00' One square, one year :;;....-..miii..M.i...3o.00 Erery othetylay aortUementij'flftyjMr cent. additional ; once a Week adrertff ementfvtiarged a! new for each insertion. Inserted 6nlrbnc, tet'Wtfkl HbtVwrs Advertisements lmerted lneldt; StyptFOtiW adrance. ' Ten lines or leas' constitute aaqtsiara, 4 uB Ql Post Office, by 1 VJ?"'." LEWIS CLEPIIANE CO, .nl s , 1 ' W- TEH MS. To 'city subscriber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 June 1861

WT wwnwpi ...ij.. .u-jni wuijmwxmanwwww m-T-l'' "("J r "V- fK '-'a I H '! . 1 I It. K - m Publication Ofllce, corner of Indiana arcnai and Brand L stmt. Dpot tor tilt of piper on Seventh ttreet, oppoilte the Oaatrai Tost Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE A CO. '!? OK0B0E M. WKSTOK, Editor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, June 27, 1881- 4VN adTartlMinents !, Mcoft lo regular .4 tarWan, will bo lncrll wii'""" WnMBt In advance 10" Subcribra who do not file their paperf, and hate copies of the Republican of January 9, (No. 35,) and April 22, (No. 123,) will con fer a favor on us, by sending them to thi office. r The fifth Maine regiment was under or der to lenTO for thii city yesterday. Tbc sixth Maine regiment is expected to leftto for this city on the 8th of July. t& Lord Lyons, accompanied by the Secre tary of State, officially visited the President yesterday, In order to deliver to him the royal letter announcing the death of the Queen's mother, the Duchess of Kent. a9Tbe degree of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 June 1861

qjfwwif !! ?."... ' wmmmem&EaHtmems &immimmt0mm LOCA-L NEWS. Military Movement! in the City. AHR1VAL or TBI ORICK-MOUHTAty BOTS. The second Vermont regiment, numbering 950 fine-looking men, neatly all of whoirt tro ix-ooters, and plucky in proportion to their Tieigbt, arrived here at two It'clock yesterday afternoon, and immediately proceeded to Isher- wood's farm, near Banning1 Bridge, where they went into an encampment They are neatly uniformed in gray, and very well drilled. The? bring with them complete camp equipage, and everything necessary for a protracted campaign. They also bring with them an excellent baud and a full drum corps. The following is a lUtof the officers t Colonel, Henry Whiting, St Clair, Michigan. Lieutenant colonel, George J. Stannard, St. Albnns, Vermont Major, Charles H. Joyce, Northfield. Adjutant, Guilford 8. Ladd, Bennington. Quartermaster, Perley P. Pitkin, Montpelier. Surgeon, Newton H. Ballon, Burlington. Assistant surgeon, Walter B. Carpente...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 June 1861

W4Wltl.JlJJ.WWWWWWBSHI 'V i I t 3 IS.!1 i A & h ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Public Acts Passed aTfho Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Chat. UXr An Act lo provide k tcmK.rrr tevcrnmenl fcr , ihe Terriur y vt Colorado Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress. assembled. That all that part of the territory of the United States included within th following limits, viz s commencing on tkeihirtylorenth parallel of north latitude, where the twenty-fifth nieridtariof lohgitude west from. Wasblligtau crosses the same ; thence north on said meridian to the forty-first parallel of dorth latitude; thenctTnlon'g said parallel west to the thirty-second meridian of longitude west from Washington; thence south on said meridian to the northern line of New Mexico , thence along the thirty-seventh parallel ot north latitude to the place of beginning, be and the samo is hereby elected into a tempo rary Government by tho name of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 June 1861

'. ,:.-r i 1 r IS PUBLISHED EVERY M,0,B,NINO, (flCNDAIfl EZUrPTKO,) '" On Seventh street, near'.E; opposite 'the General Post Office, by i LEWIS GLEPHAltVrfoVCb; To city subscribers ilz and ' quarter cents) .per week, payablejto., the cerlersi) , , , To mall subscribers, three dollars end fifty cents, per annum, payable In adf anae. r r?&1rT MuBLICAlfe FOREIGN ITEMS. Prspsni ftr tho New iTorfc Evfiitog Post J The Edinba-th stone, masons, after a strike of three mouth'; duration, hayo compelled the master masons to come to their terms. Mr. Hullab, the well known composer of it r !. l' w;ii; 11 i i. jautio lor toe juimoa, in a recent lecture? oombatted some of the notions of Wagner, contending that" the treasures ol musical sci once at our disposal are not only inexhausted, but inexhaustible." Passports for Dutch and French travellers art now reciprocally abolished. (There are one thousand fire hundred chiffon iers or rag-pickers in Paris, and they earn aooui a iranc a uay only. ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 June 1861

Sim iii u mhrmwntifmmmMmamsmsfism - a V ' , i" t i f 5 t t, l- Ltol COCt '4 v f 4' I. iti 1 1 ?! . t fl' K i W H I' I )l bi fiti L1 tf IPMl il', w null mm MKtmmfmsr-MmiJt & t j J uMKMlou Omor, WrCfr'WInctuaakTimie STPrconT-! r v ,in tor wi rn papers on wrmin iveei, opposiie 1.01 , . i . s I PUBLISHED BY' L. CLEPHANE k CO. OEOROE M. WEflTtf, K.lltnr. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, June 28, 186L I 1ld.jfXo MTPrtlwmena or nlcr, Mcrpt to trrnlar ml TertIMn, will b lnrertt without pavmmt In ulnntf t'sj i Eif uatiov. In seeking to copy into the Republican ) esterday two articles from the New York Tribune we directed the compositor to ' ' cofjf cne of them-fromHhe Republican of the day before. He'tbokins'teBd, an article from the-Mobilev7?en''' by whivh the design was , rather overdone, the object in copying the two . v articles being to contrast their tone and spirit. i' , A Ciunge or Tactics. The two Ohio regi- roents taken on board small steamers at Bel Air, " and supposed tobe intend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 June 1861

V 9 -lH tf(6'iaJijys. Arrival or th1 N.-.'Y, Twmty-Eiohth Reoikmt. The Nr V. twenty-eighth regiment, ColDonnelly, arrived here at two o'clock yen (terday morning. Thef nnmber 7t0 men, and .'a're uniformed in dark bide jackets,Uight bine nuti, and fatigue eABeyv Jhey br(ng with them (Tult drum com) Vi I The lit of offictnlaa followi : "-ColdBl--Dudley Deiielly . c LiehU Colonel R. J. Brown. t Majgt-J.A..M1J1U t Adjatot Cha. P. wot. Quartermaster EIj. Sheets, w. Surgeon DrA. M. Helmer. -- Surgeon' Mate Dr. Reagan. Ubaplaia nrr. m. riwt. i Company ACept. Cook, Lieut T. Long, Ensign, vacant - 4 J& v. Company B Capt. W: W.Bn, Lleit J. D. cJndd. Ensisrn J. Walsh, r! , adopted by the, military authorities hereor the proiecuuilyi iiiuiioneiYe pcrouiM iruiu mo ro'wdies'who h&VH crept Into a number of the regiment", and done quickly. 3 9? rJudd, bosign i. Walsh, rf r "; ., Company CCaptW. H.ltapts, Lieut. W. 0. Warns, Ensign K. Vicka 1 Company D uept. l. A. .own, went, ueu. DTi,Eniiin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 June 1861

NATIONAL ItEriMIOAN. Pablio Acts Passed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Our LXV1II Mi rl I HiJ. ! r l!u ltyuuul T iii tandinir ITuii r) .V li t' u lli rlK a Lnnli, In rogtit Hi ui I flx tlir rmloou Iiu rt iiI lor other 1 urpocs Be U enacted thr Senate and Home nf Representatives of the I nihil fdaUmj Amertra m Congress assenibhd, That the I'res-dent of the United Jtalfs be, and hf rehv i, authorize 1, at any lira" within twehe month from the pas sage ol this act, to borro, on the credit of the Cnited Stated, a sum not exceeding ten mil lions of dollars, or sj much thereof as, In his opinion, the einMicm cf the public service taav reauire, to be implied to the pavraent of appropriations made by law, and the balance ol treasury notes now outstanding, and no I other purposes, in addition to the monev re ceived, or nhich may be received, into themu I sui) Iroto other sources. Pioiidid, That no I stipulation or contract shall be made to prevent I the United States fru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 June 1861

)Ji Ztfie wW i MKlim itwiirt iM iKMibiBtef n - r"T ' n n i f1Ma h awaawiM a s j 1 HATES OP ADVKRTISING. 6nr pqunre, tbrooiitjs $1.09 1 Ono square, four days 1.21 I Ono sqimro, fire days U1 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBL18HE1 EVERY MOKKINO, UNDATrt EXUhPTED,) On Seventh ttteet, near E, oppokit the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO, TEH US. to city subscribers six and a quarter cents pr week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. una sqjare, suuays -...., i.u One square, two weeka 3.7S Ono square, three weeks 3.69 One square, one month 4.0) Ono square, thrse months 10.0) One nqaare, six months ICO) One square, one year .V...30.01 Every other day advertissments, fifty per cea additional; encca wesk adTertisemenU charge 1 m new for each Ins'rtlon. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Advertisements inserted inside, 33 j per ceo.' advance. " Ten lines or L'.s constitute a square. 1 Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 June 1861

vaj V -ir- SI Fvl El i) 4 ! , hi i'ft I'M N1. ft j, u 1 publication OOe, corner of Indiana it cntia and fcxoud I ttrM, Depot for wile of paptn ou ffevmlli ttrrtl, oi unite I IbyfeMral Pmt Offlf e. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPHANE 4 CO. li UkUHUK VL WKslUN, I.UItor. f RATIONAL KLPTJBLICAN. .today, June 29, 1861. 4ST Uo dwrUomnu or Bouna, except in tefi'M a V niters, Triil ' InstrtM wMkw iymm in aJviace ,JaT" With Wiufield at headquarters here, to catch rebels in strategic nets, and the Misses ScMtroverUe rivef, whtrwin -men,-especially Connecticut cnrrtaine,U enn hnrdly be said that cither party ,n this wnr, rebel or loyal, -ill come out scot free. ftSafG. W. Morgan, Esq., organist of Grace Church, New York, stopping at the National HCteVhas been Invited to supply the organist's place at Dr. Pjne's Church to morrow. Mr. Morgan, like til the test of New York, Is oftht military, boing a member of tho famous City Gijard, a corps of tha niuth regiment. It is expected, however, that he will be at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 June 1861

M I From nr Second Edition or fiaUrtir. FIGHT AT 'MATTHIAS POINT-1 CAM. WAKD, OF THK FKEEBOKH, . KIILEfll V , cnitD mifniiQ wnitwnrn'i v i TJn.ucoQul Attempt to Plaat a Satiny , by Captain Wri I A liUl&ER OF THE REBELS SUPPOSED TO v BE .KILLED I , ' The steamer Pawnee arrived at the navy LOCA L NEWS, Arrival op tiik Fifth Miink Uliiimisvt. Tim finh Maini ipj-iintnt, which Jeft Portland on Wednesday morning, nrriveil hern about seven o'clock fast night. This regiment num bers about one thousand men, and comm com pletely equipped with everything necessary to a protracted campaign. The have a apUi.aid band with tbem, fed by Professor J. Cole, and numbering twenty-four pieces, besides which they hare a full dram and fife corps. - The regiment are accompanied byLlentensm Colonel J.' F. Miller, of the Governor' btaff, and 0. D. Hares, of the Qaartermaster Gen eral's Department of Maine, and serernl otter . I .1.:. :-- t...:. L. lJ -r n . LmilimT mo wuu iibto u nil luicroai, iu vub .ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 June 1861

S Lift W .y -. trii EI VU B i.tif n iw it m i it ' ij & F ! KIJ . B I ! I RATIONAL REPUBLICAN. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE, Waiuikqiox Citr, June 28, 1861. aQTAll persona applying for letters In tie following list will plew" "y they are advertised. LADIaoLlST. Abereombie ,Col J J Andrew, Mabel Atridge, Mis Agnes Augherton, Georgie Austin," Miss Ellen Bryen, MUi Molhe Broom, Miss Lucy Brown, Miss 0 Brown, Mm Lizzie Bates, Miss Ella Bates, Mrs Juo A Breslin, Mils Rose. Buchau Mist Lnttes Butler, Mri Bilker, Mn W V7 Brad;, Mrs Catban Clark, Miss Jane' Chase, Amelia Cbase, Miss Sarah Cor, Miss Marietta Clover, Mary A 2 Carman, Sarah CaywooaYMiss C Caldwell, Miss 1, Clifford, Mrs B CloDDler. Mrs boon, Bridget "A O DalyJ Mis Mary , uonertyvaary loroty, Sirs Ann Deoeaie, Mr I Douglas, Miss Sarah El warts, Fannie Fuy, Miss Margaret Fletcher, Eliza Fletcher, Mrs R M Fowler, Miss R A g Owynn, Miss Lucty Grimes, Miss S M Graves, Mrs Mary Qriines, Mrs Jas Gould, Mias U Orab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 July 1861

9, THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN' IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (SDNDATR EXOXTTKn,) On Seventh street, near K, oppostto the General Poit Office, by W. J. MURTAGH k CO. e- TERMS. To city subscribers ilx and a quarter cent! per weak, payable to the carrier! . To mU subscribers, three dollar and fifty cents per, annum, payable In advance. RATES. OR, ADVERTISINO. . ,1 One iquarey three dayi.n?..A,;..W.l..J f 1.00 One fquare, fonr dayf .........?..... 1.26 One square, fire days... t ;....., ...1.....1..' IJMr tt ; One squawlx days i., I.7N One square, two week .......?..j;ia S.Tfr One square, three weeks. ........ MO, , Oris square, one month 4.00 On .quaraj three tmq,. l.'..:.'.nd.Wy One square, lx month.'..:..?.... 10.00 One square, one year ....1 ..30.(K Every other day;arttoeaientj, fifty per cent,, additional ; once week advertisement charged at new for each Insertion. .,., , . IwertrfWy6ne,ieeis?U , . ' Advertisements' Inserted Inside, 33j per cent, " advasce. ,,.,.,, Ten lineV or less con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 July 1861

rabllcaUon OBca, eernsr f lalian avemia'aaa Second treat. Depot for sale of papers on FavenUi street, opposite Hi0orJ'o.Ofllo. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUHTAGH & CO. OEOROK M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL ItErUBLIGAN. Monday, July 1, 1801. 4VKo advertlsementi or doUcm, axcept to regular ad. vtrUaars, will bo InssrtM without payment in advance, The Situation. There is nothing new In the military situation. The concentration or national troops at imspomt continue, ana van at an increasing rate. It ii atmmed ,07,010; writerij from Hagers town and Williamaport, that General McLellan, with a largo force from the West, it to co operate with Central Patterson, either by a direct junction, or by acting on the rear of the enemy. This may ba tho ultimate purpose of General McLellan, bat, for the present, he seems sufficiently occupied with clearing Western Virgina of hostile troops. He has certainly fire regiments at Philippi, and it seems to bo agreed that he has moditatod an expedition up the Kan...

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