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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLIOANrMONDAY MORNING. O0TOBERg9.-1866.. gjtotiouaJ gnWiwn. WamMngton city. P. O. Vf. J. MPBTAQII A 00 , PUBlisHERS. ft P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY MORMISQ i OCTOBER , 18M. Tn RiorLAn Arr ArroiitTxrrn will bo announced In a few days. NEW PIIAKE OF THE MEXICAN CiUEOTION. General Sheridan's dispatch to General Sedgwick spikes Ihe rum of a somewhat numerous' band of speculators In Mexican ruin. Santa Anna, OrU(ra,'Almonto, Escobe do Hull, and other distinguished patriot of tho same stripe, who wish to build tip their personal fortunes on tho ruin of Maximilian, arc warned off by Sheridan, who declares, no doubt by official authority, that tho United States recognise only Juarez as tho lawful head of tho liberal government in Mexico A 1'aris correspondent ia a morning jour nal suggest that Napoleon, while suffering Maximilian to learc Mexico, will himself at tempt to hold, by French force, the ports of Vera Crux, Tampico, Mazatlan, and others, there to collect the revenu...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1866

THE NATIONAL, BEPFBLICAN., MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 29. 18U. w gUticnal QtyiMUm " XiOoaxi xmryfrms Tui ,VisiTor tbb;Nahobai Bam Ball Otti M HinmoxTI KAtM Oam ibtwib TBI NirtOUL ABB CIO OWH. Tht -Attn imi( buibill ulweeaikeetloaalBaee Bll CUb af m aitr td tat Calm Claa tt Richmond tfaVAtnrltetfle)0, t lo'tloak, s Iht oW 'IVhr frtn6 ) RlthnMi). From tnt Btekattl Timu ofBaUrdaj- moralnf wt takt lit feUewiafteorei i - -vlATK tfttv i , fc n. i Ottoa. o. .1. rervtk.r.J.,...lt jli Clff,t.M 1 r,Biv..i aw areae, a... .a a MeLeea. a... 11 jaeie, nit a w . 4i U Paklee,a 3 1 .4 11 Ctella,rr 1 0 , I l; Botiktoa (. I 1 . 1 It IKii.lt, b S 1 . 1 10 -ImttO.lb ........ 1 1 ,4 10 Stu.n.lf... ,....;.. I BartkroaB,.!.!,. Smlta,.......!,. IM, 1 t....... Joaee.rf, siadier. 1 t. TTU1 li,p,.. Touf.'. ,..,.17 1U Teitl, 17 11 .Knn. I 1 I I I M I I Tout BoUotAl , Tlllltl I mm 1" train .A.1A.1.1 11 Jflj Calebtt-National, Parser J, Foi 1, MeLeea 4, Hoaftt 1, Satin 1 toUi 9. Union Daaltj 2. -rant J. Hindi. 1. CnU...

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

'MmMmMwMmimm -THE NATIONAJr mlm gaJionitl ItyntMirMi'. s? MOKDA 1 3IQttyiNQ- : OCTOBER 29, 1868. CAIf TIIKHE BE HAHM IV KUSMQ1 Tb wetere kl th pebbly chore, ,Tb wlidi HI klw th M1U The mibtiu klse the tallp bad Per the odor It distills TB dew drops kiss the rose it mora, Th rn dew tt ev t Tb farm aad Sewer la clrcllag "?, Thlr mystic bcaatlse weave Tk uoeabeam kiM th clo-ad al alght, The atar game klM Iht see f While ahedowe dreamy, soft aa4 light, An klsslag ea lk lea. Tb ssphyrs kiss tk baddlag plak. Thai blooms oa beauty 'a lip, lid radar btaate, through old tad chill, I la rnby nectar alp . Tb wind a, tk wavee, tk baddlsg t jwtra, Tk langhlsg, merry rllla, Ar klsslag all from mora to ve, Aid eloedc atUl klco tfct hills. Even Heaven ud arth da naat to klaa Throngh tear of sparkllag daw, la kUalaf, thea, aaa there be harm f I doa'l tklak o do 70a f Alleged Book Plraey. It will be Been from an extract from tho Court record or the Boston Post, copied be low, that an Interesting buU ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1866

TUB-NATIONAL, Wtfefay ISA. K .; Tr;j3irrrnncccUia. are, laree tare...,,, Jj! 8mBJKr.ar.K-j- ' lealM Mr llMtMk UMrttoa. auklmMrtUa. ... 7! u4 tt aU f WimU, Ff I, MM IMMIIM, W MBM laUtfWt.fj. n'raM. V-MriTy...! ftFFIOfAIi. IVlt lti;'ril 4 a 1e . .s WAHnralot.muaikoU.IIW.' I :smwiHD' xntTiiTton tobitii raTKurr ' ..1 Of BOOITIH 0I TBI ACT.TO WtUU , U.O0J?XDB,WOTBI.Tliial. ,..- - ,t t all ayaUnliau tkali U HU vllU Ha rrll ' ,iUMiUa,baaikan(4l7atplW,llM,ka ! ,lkta aaj,avau;ara,lUaJkal:H, IftMipal 7 lrattauiaatkillallaavtMaarHparua ar(ka1ialtnf, a H alUaUaa M aiW faal aartU aaall.aa Mt.: U4 aatu laa luan taill aa aaa ali. , i I. a awUaHlam tkaU aataUtUlaaalaMawai. raaM 7 laa art j laU lMka at laa Millar, aal Ika allaTll itala V7 lla Hlk imIUi af Ika Mi, aa Ika, fartkat aalatll Uat k aaa mat ratal! aa,aet U k UUal la raaalf a iraa laa Valltl llataa, aaaar ai7 lawa Ika'aaiaaal Uarala il.luaa ika ataaaal laaraia amaata t vt nf is-t 't !.' 'AHaaalhalWaa lor Ika aillllaaal aaaal7. aatkort W ftu...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBflOAN. TUESDAY MOttNlNG; OCTOBEll30ri8G(Jr Rational gfpMicau. WsaslsisuTton Clty P. o. W. J. MPBTAQH & CO., PUBU3HER8. 8. P. BANSCOU, EDITOtt. TUESDAY MORNING t l I.OOTOBIM JO, 18. DIED, , On Monday, October 29, Fsixczs A.8rw xkd, only daughter of lion. William IT. SrtriKD. The relatives, friendi and acquaintances are invited to attend her funeral at half past three o'clock on Wednesday next, at St Jolin's choreh. DEA13I Or THE ONLY DAUGHTER OF HECBETAltT HEWARD. It U our painful duty to announce, else where, the death of Miss Fxixcn A. Siwabd, the only daughter of Honorable Willijui II. SnviiiD, Secretary of State. She has joined her sainted mother, and is at rest. Her venerable father, her brothers, and friends who mourn her departure have the sympathy of all good people throughout the land. Fjurirr was Mr. Biwakd's youngest child. Like a good father, he had no "favor ite child," but tho fact that she was the youngest of hia family and the only daughter made ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1866

. THE NATIONAL EEPUUUOA.N. TUESDAY MOUNlNCt. OCTOBER 30. 1866. MiqmU, UpuUicau XjOOAXi TSTJETVSrm'. Cm Govisciu- Board of Atdcrmen.--Tha Board met leat'evetUf at the) tuaal hoar, tot President, ,T. B. Lloyd, Kiq ,ln tbe chair. Present Msurf. TaH, Micradtr. Crow, Tartar, Qlvn,.Brr, 011, Owen,. McOethran, Hojtr, A. LUrd, Md BdaoMtoA. Tfce) mlr Uld kht tbe Bear ft aomuanlo. Uonfwmth Meyer aonc-inotng kit approval of ortti tUtl." c ' HirOm prtwaUd tit petition of Thomu Co UUiJ JUfcmd ta ih Committee on Claim. to Mr. Vftrrifltrodoood bill to relay tha gutter on tfc out frpttl of gqurt) 102. Beeond ward. Puiid. Mr. Owen I&trodaoid bill trentlne; permission to Messrs. Novel, Dawson and Owen to erect an Iron railing 6 fat oatstde tha building line. Palled. Mr. Given pneented th petition of thtrty-thr barbert, asking that tbe liv allowing barber to fciepopen on Sunday bo repealed. Deferred to .thPoIla Committee. Mr. Edmomton Utrodiood ft btll to take np and relay tbo gutter on th lorth s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1866

n .'.(lilW .UUI OOTOBER-30rl806. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. . TUESDAY MORNING. a i j r a (i u MatioJ UmMiim c TttlMDAT MORWIWO-ihi::; OCTOBER , 18M IVSKIDWI." Oil lb. leHtli-Beld, d.i4, laid, dead. Rested brar. dresooii . k tow la the la,t lir hli created heed Slaee yasterday al aooi. Dowa oa lit ttltl.-lslJ, Mr, fair, Mr, Leakoth U white faoed aoo, Hoar all all hi lea, Ik Balled, half Of tho white faced drag oo.. Hear I, the baltle.aold, sigh, rim, alga, Oa lalha rar.aa? aoel Xre tut alahl'a snooa had climbed the eky soldisr kaalt by Ikaa. Aad prayed thread, la Ob aaalnAtakt rlU. .aw . I ...J "I ' "I. . -- r tua nvmaBta ino uii i ih wnvui IB IB Aid Ood knowe boot, tho' hie llpi art till, uia utui it toia tonif ni. fit from Iba battle ..eld, whp, wp. vnp, Ya.who loved Mm loif f IftTtr araln to awnka from, aloap Ileal in dead anonf. Bend o'er tho batUVlold, uidt, bond, Hop la poni qnlot otm ! Tite lo tho mourner, O, Bar lour, Mid. rict ere tho monrntr dleo, 1 tar poaied on j again Ik m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1866

fnp m f in rr t n frm ". I'Tinnninr n ,,. ., J bUSbM J I BBlBBBBBI BISbb r I 1 !!! ! ' i - -.- - - . . , . "i" -a !. A .... tU tr-H1 4. j .-- rjC7T77T7IXTT7I ililx rm r i k. ;m . w j, -" WJWi W mm .. ' , J " W' 1 "I kWfl I Oh Hiin,tMMariMMHMHMM ...fj Quifun, far Art ! ! ,3if(iilnrtMk, Mr ocal edej- rXM Mt CM, .ilk laoerHOa. .1 I Is si. la a nail Mb I hoadeef WllUlif l h Bo Vl tM nu4, m tawrllra, No ak miK!? ix'jzsazrxii""- "r:T-."f:r t-Ti ....... "ri'k'ifVo'rA." lelJMr rsIil Ili i w.. SDimm. 1 ' t liv Ml i lmAT OaaiaAi'e Omod, 1 1 ami sIK an.Tion to thi patmivy dii tm aot to iqualiu ApmovxD jnirta.iaaa.- - - m ui Tnri'it .ppUesUoei shell btM urfiBla In perfe. f LW' torn lie lit day efOeUtwr,im,i4 V. .M'kur'MTHkiU ir mUckkill U eleatlted hr .. nflHu,bAtullok,Or1lkrM9tftU organliitloit,. DU kfttn ti fomer ekaJl Wto n p1d. - -" & VftpyUetUmt.iUVtatUla4vftkMU tiled y ft original f -.-( erf tt ioUUr, Mi tit il!1 rwilrH ley U ! Mottoa f lft ml . tit firtlurt.UvU till kt bm Ml rM1,ur u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1866

ft yfamUinatoia. Cltyi P. C. W. J. MUnTAQU A CO., PPBLISIIKRa B. P. ifiiNSCOM, EDITOR. WEDNKSDAT M0RSI5a::K3CTOBKB IL,.16s. THiFrmKALof the lata Miss Fkakcci A. Siwakd wilt tako place at BU John's church thia afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The remains will be taken to tho depot at tha close of the exercises at the church, and conveyed to Atibarn, N. Y.,Jn a ipecial train. THE MONITOR "XONADNOCK" SHE PROVES A OBAJCD TBI. ClfPH.IS If AVAL ARCHITECT. VRE-niSTORY AND RESULT OF HER BEA VOYAGE TO SAN FRASClaCO. The fresh' water editor of tho Detroit Tribune, who probably never understood what the term "put out of commission" means when applied to a ebip-of-war, pub lished the following paragraph a few days since: " A private letter has been received in this city, from a naval officer at San Francisco, California, statins; that the iron-clad steamer Monadrioek has been put oat Of commission, and lies at the Hare Island navy yard, where the will probably remain until tho lints." Now the above par...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1866

PiTHErNAaiONAI &Ue?'WDiNlSSl)AYTMOBNyarOCTOBEB StrtW. Mfc!J fiMfaqy JUJIVvMi fJbmwr Oii'Ari-Th mln .ndlenco toon of thti naaloal a-U ttlanlld Matkodlit EpU- cMMliMwtowui toinBbf.tknapuU Ua illf. Iirkll IM uiHimnu M ai-jaMta oh HhVAsmArr AlMl alttlt. ai wa ara aradl- .ttototMilKnt""' " uniiti sut.i. .oil la,ortaiaJ nium aaaalilllon tolnaHa I 3oai MatrafoUa. a4 nSMlt Uf h amlil aptm all i- k k MwlMUMnUI la IM araatlon. J-'HlFil Oqn iCnnrt u a diold'ad neotn. TTto'jniu.VM.Uu Ink tnr Introduce Into a nMkatbt -alnf In tbo Matropolli, and U pro , wiaooi torjr laparlor lulnoook OootrUtlBf tit mMllaf koaioi and rallalool ai. aretaaa of kuf eaatirj ago with thooa or tha ' prnt woak, ana ui Imaitaa tko tirprlio wkUb. ,,wooU la oipartanoad Ijr manr of tha toot old ,,VatkodUta if tha? won vormltud to bit, but a i- ttaglo (Isata at tkli law itnotaro lat ankllaat '' Mo, tototlfnnj ilalnod rlut windowa, toRoit aub. lona. olag aat earpoti and! jrand or-jarf. Tha loiodrju a chorea with fra. aaat...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1866

HiLtttotiN; i i Vnl'iomi) 'gfjJiiliW WEDNESDAY MORNINQ 'OCTOBER 31,1888 T "qODDKII OV SLANO. I was eourtlsg ft beautiful (trl one Bight, Weem I wen hipped ftt nlmoel divine, And longed teheerAreethed the iwMt little word That (old me ehe weald me ntn I wn trailing the wealth of htr chestnut heir. And her eyes of matchless line, When th Uld htr dear check oa my shoulder eed said, flurreh t that's belly for yoe I' ' I started Ib terror, but managed to keep Prom chowlng my Interne eurprlee, And preeeed bit lip lightly oa brow and cheek. And thcaoahcr meekly eloeed eyee. I told bir my lOVC WM M deep M lb CCS, (At I hit bar haert go pUtlpa,tlr() I would worehlp br always If ibo would -be tnlae- And oho whispered, Ob tkat't what's Ibo nilltr !' I told bar ber cheek would pot tbo rotable shame ( llf r tootb tbo ramed Orlaat pearl And tbo ocenn'a rich coral coeld aever compare With tbo Up of my beautiful glrli That bar Tola iu Ilka nnata thai cornea to the tar In tbo night lima nod owaat vn...

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

T .f &A?n$ nwiTTfffti' TA(pnnir yrn.'; nam ,if.."nfrr,4 .titt THE MflWqrfflPff njBU8HiirKin.T. , J THE .NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. iaa li AfiTttTIBaTQ. TBI XinOkTM, BnTUBLICUBr tk rkbUaba4 every saoralaf (laaiaya axewkied) by W' I.ktkkTaas Co , Sit Slntk elreo4,aa Ie feraleke. leeebiCTlbre (by carrier.) attl ..at. per raoelk. y Mall eabeulbrs, Sg.00 rat aaaaa H00 for all kkeatka I aad ncO for lkro nuatke, M-raHae kMoe, rltoeoiMeMl'kkr,tU.OO llngle oeploe, e eoklk. THX WIULT K1TI0I1I, XXnTBLIOiJt Jl pikllokol every f rlley m.ral.g i Oae copy aao yew MOO) Thro, ooplae eee year, 13.00 1 Tea eepleo m ye.r,U0O, A Oh Hkro,tkmia7ar ' f ou kwi feat lara...!...1,............"... tic , ID , IM ua.e.e,.T..7at.s "' vit aqun, nxBa7 Iran aaL till. UoeaiTWtkaa TattMBMlLTI HT. M1V M- sszto" 'Pii - - ' "; Ilikkalal MMi ."" r .H"a MBM MMai HlMllMPWll MUI.UM Ik Ull f full, Tot fWIMWinaUnUMWn. . , . lIMMWll kmM I Ualaa.ia Wort alaa 'V0L.VJ. WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. THURSDAY' MORNING. NOVEM...

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

Mnftflitnl gqroMiflm. & AVanhlnntort City, X. C. V. J. HiUBTAOU A CO, PUBUSIIEK& S. P. HAN800M, EDITOR TnURSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 1, 1811, GRAND TRIUMPH. The English Opera Tronpe were greeted ga!a lait night wi-h another crowded and brilliant audience. The grand opera of "The Doctor of Alcantara," was not misrepresented by the New York press. It, as they reported, Is "a superb production," and was put upon the stage at the National, last night, with great cdlt to the manager; was performed by the troupe with cxqulsito good taste, pro ducing the most pleasing effect upontho audience, which was composed of the elite T.A intl!lirinr tit the national metronolls. Miss Ricmvos executed the difficult part of "Inez to loe uigocsi b&usiucuou. "miss 7rtm Tlinnitny (a nulla nomilar. She Is pleasing actress and possesses a Totce of great sweetness, i ne young men naa oeiier not fall In lore with her. Mr. 8iqcik did the " Doctor " with great effect. Mr. Wtiu and the Puns did their sor...

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

nsf-an awMMts, DTaliottrtpttHt(attr Criminal CouRt Judge Ft'$her.- (Edw'd O.OtrrtDctoDi , Dlatriot Attorney, proeeoaHne; ) Yetterdey morning th J try In tha out of Daniel Stewart. Indltd for aaaault and battery with ln test to kill Cornelia Bullby, wm dbargid by Ibt aowt, thny Ml telas; able) to agrta npoa a jtt diet' - Oabriel Caenoft, Indicted for eommlttlof a rap npoa Agnes CAoRot, bU daofbtir, on tba 15th of Jaly laat, waa oonrloUd. Bmltbtn aod Harley for dafeCM).- The tTManM la tbli cm showed that Iht dagb Ur, about 17 jean of ago, resided with bar mother. tht father batlog deserted tba family about IS ytan (loot. About one year ago Catbot oamt to tbt how, btlog alok aod fttbft. lit wu nuritd and cartd for by hla wlft until bt rtoortrtd. On several cessions, wbllt tbtuothtr wai absent, Oaebot tan, to bar room and attempt ad U ravish bar, bot wu MghUntd off. On tbt 15th of July lest ht inoeitdtd In aoeompUiblDg hU objttt tfartattatng to m order btr If tut rtslttod. ZItnry Boyd a...

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

..! 1 I I1 IIT 1 AiViil . iff Will THE NATIONAL republican; THURSDAY MORNINGrNOVEMBER-11866r- mJ & c mp" 1 1 r f gtotioititJ gjjroMiran. CO1 THURSPAY MORNINO NOVEMBER 1, 186ft. Tlio of (ho Evening 8tar. Tbc Inquiry Into the causes of the low o the steamer hvcninp Star confirms the judg ment of the Etenmg Pott, that the -vessel was badly handled: " Her entire crew numbered only ten men, four of whom were detailed as quartermas ters, leaving the effective forco only six. The evidence shows that she laid In the trough of the sea from ten o'clock at night until Six the next morning, and that no effort was made to get her head to the wind, though her rudder was intact for most of this time, and jury masts could hare been rigged. The water was often breast high on her decks, and passed Into the hold through the hatch was and other appcrtures on the deck and sides. There was no carnentcr on board to repair damages. The hull ol the ship was staunch and tight, the engines were in per fec...

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

-0HE-NAlieNAJREUBLIOANrFRroA:Y--ORNINGrNOVEMBERTg7H8e6r '.KlUiil i' gntioiutl- Bm)Hiii He Wamblnaton City, I. C "w. J. MUnTAQU & CO, FOBLISHERS. . 8. P. HAN800M, EDITOR. FRIDAY M0RNniOK!ft.-!:0VI!MBK J, 18M. RIOT I!l BAIiTIMOBB. Somebody if tnrtee to jret up a riot la Baltimore, but somebody can't do it. Jt wont. pay.- The " Washington Editor" oitha rew York Timet even hasp,' the ingenuity. 'ir THE AMESDMEXT FAILS." We place upon our ouUide to-day an im portant article from the New York Eiening Pott with the aboro caption. It if aomewhat elaborately written. It contair.f some fair statements, somo good suggestions and some mistakes'. TVe shall hare a few words to say on the subject to-morrow. ABSENCE ACCOUNTED FOB. There is a vacancy in our office. The Principal Assistant suddenly disappeared on Saturday last, and begged "to be excused," to a friend at tho depot, from telling why he was leaving. He added, You will learn the reason in the newspapers." We 'take the newspapers, and...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 November 1866

AM Ijtoii Ooxberyattyi Army and Naty UmoiC . Tat rtfojar weekly meetlaf pf InU association wm "l5 eld last TMlag la Ihelr roans at Feats Bulldlnri Wilk. FmM 0c4 0'IWirntlB tha eh sir. and Cet.'RudteriJeeTeav - " '.!. Barti, Capt, Chas. Alltfl.'Col J, T. Close, Jrf 'Cpl.Jloti. hot MaJ. TfiarUnY wera nominated u ,Mabere t( th aeseotetion, nee. Ota.AatUalrrKUiOoatiUtMonOrltlft. WirtperUd favorably on a larg number of nomine. llotj and tti irr elects m mstaben of tha ss- CeptvO'Hacao. offered the followlof preamble and resolution, watch mi unanimously adopted; Xi. Where a timbir of American oltlietu an tnf i.trt)4rat4d In Canadian prisons, and art about te) suffer lha Inomlottmi punishment of death on , ,,U uatfold lot JJx4 eempUoity with tha Fsalatii id.iH vbtnu these mea have worn the uniform of tha American army with , noser, aad battled for freedom under t IJiji therefore, ha It (AMfaATbat v. Ua ooDierreUve aatlori and soldlsrs of (he United Bute, do eeraeeUy eondemn te.lha taock tr...

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. — 2 November 1866

Ai THE ; .KAUQNAX, r,KP,TJ3XiIGANT JitlDAiT . MORNING aVEMBEBn2. 1866. :n !! K$ UntiounI giWirnn. FIUDAT UORNINa:::::::::NOVEMUKIt 2, Ibfld The rrlnler and Hi Type Tiit following beautiful extract is from the pen of BucuxiW F. Tatlob, the printer poet: Perhaps there Is no department of enter riie whose det&ili are lesi understood, by itelligent people, than the "art of preserva- lire, me acnicTcmeni 01 typea. Erery day their lifo long, they are accus tomed to read the newspaper, and find fanlt with Its statements, its arrangements, its looks; to plume themselres upon the discov ery of some roguish and acrobatic typo that gets into a frolic and stands upon its head; or of some waste letter or two in ft but of the process by which the newspaper is made, of toe myriads of motions and the thousands of pieces necessary to its composition, they know little and think less. They imagine tbey discourse of a wonder, Indeed, when they speak of the fair white car pet, woren for thought to w...

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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