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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 November 1866

T1IE NATIONAr ItEPUBlICAfl THE N'ATIOXAl, REPUBLICAl, . i i - PUBLISHED DAILY. ' m rbuLianED daily.' situ o untnnn. On aqBtr,tB.rM4ara w Oaatqaart, felt i7,.(.Mt ... w Oa. aoaart, It 4ayt ! . w Oil aqaara, atlta,....,.! f lTII7 0t7 MntDMMBU.M J . llOlll. TwlMIWMkUTMtlMMf' M.4. "UtBBi. .. ., . llmtlMHiUiMlMUMtti liUMI WuHlir lll,ritiil,M ullml, llMftUi.lm Malt pit flit M4Mt laaaitlaai ir aria.. A4T.rtlaanttt akaaM fe fcaadtt U fctfor. lilt l.'alttk p ib. o PPIOIAL, Wan DiMiTHrr. iMRiir OeiBaib'a Orrici, I WitatiOTOir. September II, 1 HI. 5 BULKS AND KEQDLATIOirS TO TBI PATHIRT OF BODITIB8 OKDIR TBI ACT TO IQUALIZ1 BOOHTIM, APPfiOVBD JOLT 13, 18M. 1. All applleatleae aball be 114 within the perfoa. f ill month, from tat lit day of OetoVer, ISM. aac be- fort aay payneate art mlt.it.tlt bt elaeeUe4 by xeglrasaU, battallona.or otbtr eeparate org aalntleae, tod Bt application lied after that perle4 inaii t iti Med BBMllht former tballbiTt been paid. 1 Wo application ahelt bt eatertalaed b...

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. — 3 November 1866

'WiwnammmmFi9mmmmmmmnv9Wm THE NAUONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1866. "VVnslitimton city. X. O. W. J. MPItTAOH A CO., PUBLISHERS. S. P. HANSOOM, EDITOR. SATURDAY MORNING:': NOVEMBER S. 18. "IF THE AMENDMENT FAIM." In our Issue of yesterday we published an article with the above caption taken from the New York Evening Pott, anil promised to jay a few words on the subject to-day. The question Is of great Importance to the whole country, and should be calmly considered and candidly discussed. The spirit in which the Pott deals with It is admirable and worthy of imitation by the people ond press of the Union. We shall endeavor to follow its ex ample in what we have to say, and before leaving the subject, notice an article In that paper, of the 24th of September last, of a similar character. In the article of yesterday the Post urges on the Southern States the adoption of the proposed amendment, because, among other reasons, its "rejection will cause another " political s...

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

THE NATIONAL KEPUHLICAJN, SATURDAY MOBNINO. NOVEMBER 3. 18(itj te DationiU UpHblint. iiOOAii TsrmrsTsrm. Board of Foucr Commissioners The Millar meetlnr of lha Board of Metropolitan Po llee Commlutcen u held at their rooma, on Tenth atreet, on Thunder afUrneon, all tha mem ber! preient Sergeant Stephen A. Calhonn, of the Fourth precinct, (Fint ward,) wu reduced to tht renki for TloUtio tha ralei and reruletloni Tht Board rtflommtnd Michael French ti ipcelal patrolmen at tho itorei of Davli, Oalt, and others, od Ponnijlvanla avenoe. Thebondi ofF. A. Boiwel! and W. 0 Ilerper ai polio ma filtrate i without pay wtrt approved by tb Board. The Hceniei ofanomberof Tjenoni la Qeorre- town to lell liquor were approved, and a largo num ber wtro rejeoted for various eeaiee. A eommtttoo wai appointed to prepara and report rales and regulations fortho government of tho Board relative to liquor dealera lleenfcl Major Rlehardf lubmltted to tho Board a report of hli oxamlnatlom In tho police ivitim...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 November 1866

- -! 'J g.- 1" THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3, 1868. f r Rational grpWiau. SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 3, 1868. The tollUon of Dntlctt on the Car jrnc or Mpiralah Vessel The following circular, addressed to officers of customs, has been Issued by the Secretary of theTreasurj: Triaicht Dipartmixt. OoL 24, 1666. The Spanish Government having decreed a suspension, for six months, of the export duties hitherto exacted atthe island of Cuba and Porta Rico, upon merchandise exported thence In vessels other Hi an Spanish bottoms, to take effect upon the publication of the said decree in the Oazette of Havana, the corresponding discriminating tonnago duty laid h) the first section of the act of June 30, 1H1, will not be exacted of Spanish vessels arriwnffln ports of the United States, pro tided that on each such arrival there be filed uith the Collector of the port a certificate of a Conml of the United States at the said elands, showing that the Spanish decree aforesaid...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1866

Wsxvyr -BIE-NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN 'I THE NATIONAL REPUBLIOAfr PUBLISHED DAILY. 11 VJBHKD ij'llVi.i ? 'Mlumnmixo. Oa. M..M. BAra. Jm... .i.. ,.Nf TBI kUTIOlTAL BimreXIClH Is faallsael everr aaoralaf (laadays szupled) r W J.KcaTAea k Co.,BT. (11 math etnel,aad la faralabad ta aaburlbara far earrlera) al TI Mate per aaealk. OniUII few dare.., i 1 w 4oaeeare,ivedaro v f ? 'oyn.ti;tiii4,i..... 7. I mratiarfer IniUMattt'.M fw ecae. flu. MoaALTvrtea amah MveittaenwaU,TI per lU. msu eiBeentere, as 00 per aaa .oo For an Hoataa aad tl 00 for thru moalae, (iraJty In i Me. atveMpteeeuoTMr(ISa,00 laf lo ecplee, I uata. TBI WUKLT JTAT10MAL EITOBLICAH la pabUehed every f rldar moralae t Oae oopy eae year tlOO) Three eoplu aaa rear, S00l Tea eoptM oae you, IIS 00. ainoaei. ,J- . Sellerlal,nolleee M ante jlhi,mk laeerlloa. tOetfaoUeeeeeiU per line, aehjaeeTttee JtlliUl sale aaaalalualer she heeia ef waata, lor We, I.iitmt.I'Ort .adrenal, eBelaeerUoa, tew aoata Of flao MtMtaMl laMrtlaaa halt Brtie. lis...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5. 1866. -c I l jgntiotral jjqmMican. Vahtnuton City, X. O. w. j. muktaou a oo., pnpusnEita. S. P. IIANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY MOBNINQ.:' : KOVBMBKIt , 1886. "IF THE AMENDMENT FAILS." In our list Issue we showed 1. That each State as It came Into tho Union under the Constitution stipulated with the others, and with the Government of the United States, that the "Constitution of the United States shonld be the supreme law of the land, and the judgesla GTcry State should be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding." Therefore an act or ordinance of secession must be null and roid, because it is in conflict with the supreme law. 2. That all executive power Is given to the President, and that it was his imperative duty immediately to employ all the means at his command necessary to pat down the rebellion against the Constitution and laws of tho United States which followed tho pas sage ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1866

THE NMIONAL REPUBLIC A.W. MONDAY MOUNINU. NOVEMBER 5.'18ti. liUiomU ci)uI)Ucuu LOOAIi JNJJBJVVfl Suicide. Mrs. Eleanor Anna Scott, a lady wko resided ob B street foala, near Sixth itnt wort, committed talelde on Saturday morning last hj outline; bar throat with a rtior. Coroner Wood ward tu notified and gammoned a Jary of Inqoeit. From, tho avldeaee befora them It appeared that for owa Um put Mn. Boott haa bta laboring nnder deraagencat of mind prodaeed by dop etody on rollflosf meltert. II tr hatband notleea n ehengt In ber meaner urorml devi iloce, bat did not ap prehend u; itrioai cenieqaenoe antlt on Friday ronlBf, wbtn Mn. Seott Informed btm that ibt feared was an able to oontrol henelf, and for fear ah e might do lomobirm to herself or olhera advised blra to affect arrangement by wbleb aha eoald be admitted to tbo Insane Aijlam. Oa Saturday moraine about six o'clock, wbllo Mr. Boot! tu engaged la making a fire, bo lost ilgbt of nr, ana upon loosing id id jara aiioovona nor sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1866

THE HATIONAIi REPUBLICAN. , (MONDAY , MORNING. fNOVJEMBER 5. .18(36. i y Jflalional Qtytibliau. MOXDAT MORNING NOVEMBER 5, 1868. Cnrlonn Occupation In Pari. A list was lately published, compiled from statistics of Farli trade, of a number of enrioua occupations and manufactures, sup posed to be peculiar to Paris, although probably many of them are to be found in London There are, however, a certain number of what aro emphatically called "Farls articles," of which that ingenious and industrious city has the monopoly. Among these are tho following: Twelre manufactu rers of artificial eyes and eight of pastry cooks' jackets, two makers of skates and forty corncuttcrs, eighteen wholesale mus tard merchants, botch constructors of light ning conductors, seven of speaking trumpets, and three bechiro makers, eight manufactu rers of wooden heads for barbers and bonnet makers, and three of corkscrews, sixteen dealers in vanilla and thirteen in leeches, fort) nine cutters of hares' hair for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1866

tlhje fltitfnal fayiMutoxL THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. RATI Of ADTMTW1KO. Oi I4ara,ttraaara......- i.h...m.Ww OMiqurt, few 4ftyii ? J OMtuttftkf$t a oo Oaaaqaart, til tart 4 IN Ttrrtkr4ft7 MfrtlnwiH If ' HoaU. TwlMBWMkUrrttMBtitf,fpr atat.a4 4tuiU . ., ... THE NATIONAL REPUHLICAN a - --- PUBLISHED DAILY, TBI IUTION1L BinnJLICAK U pflluibaj trtrj uonlis (SniJiri znpUd) frr W J. Kcitjoi k Co , 111 Kliti itrMt,a4 ll firiUatl to iilurllua (by ttrcUn) l 71 cuts par noilb. am lanenMn, MOO pi tiun MOO ror six neilka ul 1 00 tot lira tki, fxtarfai Sy l ti i FlTMploisxHr,is3.oo Mll Mpttl, S Mils. TBI WIIILT HTI0I1L BITUBLItUff paMliht ' ivirr Prttsr msralsf t Oit fop? ptar W.OOI Tim toplai oia pur, i 00 1 Ti mplM n U, IIS CO. Nltanai Itmaaa wwm ptr iut,iHi iBMrun. La-tal Bote U MkU Mr lUt, M latfrtloa HIWIIHIIIiii iiiiiii mi mini nRi,ror tJ.7orUatTLtB4 ?! lMrUom,fit tta,tt VOL. VI. WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. TUESDAY MORNINU. NOVEMBER 0. 1866 NO. 202. parUati ukMqinl tatarttaaa aalf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6. 18(56.' ! re VaaUtnittaii City, X. C W. J. JTUBTAOH A CO , rUBLISIIERS. S P. IIANSCOM. EDITOR. TUESDAY MORNING ! NOVEMBER t, 1888 THE SOLVENCY OF UXCLE HAM. While John Bull Ii obliged to measure hi ttepa very carefully under the burden of his public debt, Uncle Sam strides along with an Independent air. If the Union can be re stored, and all the States work together har moniously In matters of trade, wc shall ab sorb, swallow, obliterate tue national debt In a few short ) ears It appears from an abstract of the forth coming report of tho Secretory of the Treas ury, that the national revenue, for the finan cial year ending June 30, 1866, exceeded tho expenditures by 837,001,857 36 During that car, also, tho receipts from Internal revenue increased by $100,000,000, and from customs $90 000,000, as compared with the preceding Tho cash balance in the Treasury, at the end of the year, was 8130,660 815, against $858, 309 on the 30th of...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 6. 1866. national jUpttMiim , , , . .. , LjygT' ' "I ' ' ' 1 IiOOAIi JTBTgVB. City CoBxeru Board 0 j4Wrmen. The Board m.l lest lbt rmul to lw. Pres at, Aldermen Barr, Edmoniton, Oollek, Nojei, Owsb, TbiUb, Tail, MoCathran, Qlrefl, Lewis, and IK. Pn.14.st! Thomas B. Llord, Eiq Samuel V. Horns .eeretary. The Chelr laid 1for. the Board ft .omma&lottlon from tb. Mayor, a&noanolng hit epproral of eertaln sets. Aim, eommanlsetlon neklng th. following ttomloktloDj for trattsss of th. pabll. lahooli. Flnt DUtrlet J. 0. Wilson, J. S. Brown, ud J, P. Testln. Second Dlitrlot Wllll.m J, Rhtu, William R. Woodward, and B F. Unrler. Third Dlilrlct F. S. Welih, T. E. Clark, and William 0. Johnaon. Fourth Dlitrlot J, E Holmead. William J. afarta.h. anil J, T. Caai.ll. Troasorer, B. F. Morsel! 6eereterr of School Hoard, It V. uolsean. Korarroa to tne uomnm t. on Pabllo 8ohoo1s. Aim. a ftAmraBnleatlon from th. Maror. tranl' mining ft letter fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1866

THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY .MORNING.. NOVEMBER 6. 1866. h iJatwiwJ ItyntMirm TUESDAT MORNING . NOVEMBER 0, 1890. ITXUII. Tax lloston Trailer says that abutter ud cbit dlr In Boston filled for $100 000 on Friday, tad that a book pttbllihlog Ana wu re ported to bTO suspended on Saturday. There were about 87,000,000 worth of new balldloga pat np In the elty of Chicago during the lest jeer daring which time eight new eba rebel were added to the ell Mtsa A Nt ie DtCKitsoN is now talking about "Something to Do " If she would look Into tome of oar well kept honsei, and observe the fair joang motberi caressing the ami ling chenibe, ahe might gain a suggestion for ber theme Pnv. Bulletin Among the Prussian subjects who n ill profit by the annuity recent) promulgated li Madame Aialog, who edited the Journal of Varnhagcn Ton Enie, the publication of which work led to her flight. Reports from Iowa state that the wheat crop hei yielded twenty baihels to the acre the beat aw made The fro i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1866

"?r .t flatniaTov ,f)Knfofow yj.n;wwmv.r .tf aot.th -nsw .tkottaw renr TlMtttSmAN rUBUSHID D. AXLY. I ,tTA8lim ill of 1 BimrMM.M ?SBfe5fc,r,""!!r.si:::!:::i!::;,l ! Sufll.MrM-atrtw UM,eak laeerttn. l Mk tutrttM." I nil ejaa late ! HvrtyTf it 1i t"- fi "'i . .-..., O WAS VBrAITIHTf f ' 'lunAvraimAL'iOrrtra,! . ., WAeiiiorOT, aeitomber It, 1M. J svtHlnrkMvuTion ro thi patmit I OT fbCltni DHDIR TBS ACT TD KOAUIl .,J1OUItTIES,AFPOyiD JOLT M. 1100. ,it . ,L Alt snUeAtlaie aleUte IM wllhtA lit period of rltt maltha, freii l lil ay OclMw.l im. W I M ,fc.'k.fiky'U ir.:iuae,BalI MieUeiUeA by MfMMteuUaavrrtkMMWt '!'" u le o,plt.aliba lie ATVev, that perUd .hall be eel- n.1 itn the farmer abeita. paid. ' ' L Ftfrf""T'"" tWtrUlu4 aaleee MM-, Balltltt.rl,itl dla.BA-l.af the oollter, u Ika, lardavn NMu'ei vy u. it Menci m lie hi, an if nutier el evil thai ka Ut MIMMtti, ut le aa' npimw ,u.r to Ik MS Cfrtr Hf. If, awr. 'JhaiilW Uaity (.t wr t I' oUiroerrle. rdV 4ankrkU'iiWUMUUHUUlu,4ma4V.t. i. An ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1866

lHE.NATIOKALREPUBUOAyt BDNESDAYMOBKINGt NOVEMBER 7, 1866. B sflatmal toiMrm ..miigton;c'ty' p. c. ; r j MPBTAQU A 00- rPBUBnEIta. H. P. HANBOOM. KDITOB. pKMPAg HORmMQi.R0VBMBBB7. 18tt THE RETUBMS. s Up to tie hoar of going to press (4 a. m.) (be election returns generally vrere quite .mail. Those of the "National Union parly" . had not eren began to come in. Owing to thelr'meagrenera and ont'ef charity we pott pone all comment until to-morrow. Per haps something in faror of onr party may tnrn up before daylight. Never too lata to be hopeful. In the meantime we are feeding onr bantam rooster on "hard-tack," and nursing the October leader. THE ELECTIONS. Yesterday, elections were held in tweWe States of the Union, as follows: New York elected a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Canal Commissioner, Inspector of State Prisons, thirty-one members of Con gress, and members of the Assembly. Votes were also cast for and against n constitu tional convention. New Jersey elected fire members of C...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1866

'tjrf a K-i;- i ...,. i, .j ua-,:.. j Boabd., or X'omhok ,'OooKcn-DintD Pbocibdikib. Ia tie Beer of Common Council, en Monder iTMlaf, Ht Jot, Ireae the Commit. let n Pellee, hmM mhwl nmindtlln, blIllM4uirtnUM A eel reralallof Ihe nl ef nMlww r leleileetlng- llquore,'; ap. I JM "' pmwea m foiiowi: ' ' ' kMMm 4imin eauueo 'An Ml ref . idaa i Bale. egVaalrUaeaa er . IntaalMala Han.'.kMcm Jan . 18 JJ. aad ut ether .t pteaBeretoferteetBecllaretettoatothe ,ale of BpliUieeJM other llqaorv bo tail tl game an kerwajrreaeeUol, eeturM the aaqe prohibit as? peeae e ewrtoae wlo tear hare been lair lleeaaee) aadar azlftlaftawi of tela corporation la keep opea their vlaeee of batlaau for Iba aula of 1m... .1. fetter or other nail llquort, Between Ma heart' of a eeioee, p. a., ana oaiceB, p. to., en Bandera: uaraMliataotkiaa la thla act eoatalMt ahall Meeee4rae4te repeal, eller or amend laid act er eUtBevetia to far M It hernia ' oiproealr men tlened." " ..,. ' - - ' .The Ull wm Mcompiolid'k a peti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1866

l:i li h n fv Vvx T.M. v;oj i - - S-OBPAT KOBJnWQirOTtlCBEB T, 18C8 AirJCKiolATisT A correspondent wfltci ni that there must bo second Ron Dninr.ln the city on unknown young tidy with a wonderful talent for pIntingl ,gTob'jtWm.Ooj corrcpondmy : "In s dingy salesroom on lower-Fifth street, ftroand which are rough, surroundings of old furniture, books, wd scraps of iron, , rags and broken glasMrar, bangs a painting, -lwtu by twenty Inches in siu, representing arroup of cattle and horses in a barn-yard. Tte'flgurcs'are lopcrfcct that they seem" to Una out from the rcanra. and are exqui sitely 'finished. The snrronndings .'nr ad. rolrable-tho water-trongh; the pigs with their feet in the food, the fowls about going to . Wttandtho dim twilight, are perfect, and evidently the work of master spirit. It was brought by a young lady poorly clad; whq needed sorao money to. buy food for'a' sick motherland the dealer 'ndranced one dollar anifaftaV nponlt. 8h' had fainted it her self, and bad bee...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1866

29EK3jCb33Z3S23! EXSECTES .iiiiuiu ,iwiwii''t.W'wjljMffBN -THE-NATIONAUREKIBUCAN. rpBiiifiuKDbljtv. Oaa aqaara,tBtaeaara.i.lWfl-v" Ornqun, fats aa,a...;in.t.uMni 9 MM,lU7fc,-.ltJ.... MOv tlaalTliaraf4Tfa1taaBUaB,f'rW1.aat.aa- liJKSil,MM"lT'ul.A UttltU. taaalMUaaasaaaaiwtli.aaaklaaaru.. 1 i A?lfUiUMtf WMimA4MUtMUl vfaali,ll BaIa1T.tBBl,Ialaaaaaa4, OMUHrtll,( aaata -OTftaaaa3aattltaMtlaMkair,11.a. ' ,jllaa.fiaataaaUBBIaaBqBaiiB, i r AavaiUaaaaata' saoala ha fcaaaad la Man ! 6 irviai ai. Wla rtvl ! ll r AjMtTAIT0uiBALOfrf0l, Wiiiraarov, Stptiabf r tl, 1M. i) KtttW AND BTODLATIOlTi fOB TR PiTMtHT iT Of BOUITIII DMDBK TBI ACT TO IQVALUI BOUflTIM,ArFKOVID J0LTJS,lM. , 1. Ail ilittUoM ifcaU b 1U wllil U ttti t ll IBOitlii. from lW lit difrDUVr. 18M.MA 1-i for pivmnU itt MAI, it'll W UhII bj, rfflmtlU, UtUlIoii, of MM MTUtH ' OTf 'iot, IbS bo tppllettloi flltxl ttW tiki fhU U.v.1 o ,. UA iilUtho fomoroiUlBovo tooipsli. 1 VO IppllCfctlO llull bo OlUrUtttd BllOU MtOft) Sil4 br Uo oHf lut 4iMb...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1866

mxtmal tnWmi WMlilnnton City, P.C. W. J. MPBTAQU A CO., rUBLISnEItS, 8. P. ItANBCOM, EDITOR. THURSDAY M0BHINO:-;:S0VBMDBRS, 18. IF ANY MAN HAULM DOWN THE AMERICAN FfcAG NHOOT 11191 ON THE SPOT." The sentiment contained In onr caption was ottered by the temporary chairman of tho National Union Convention at Philadelphia. It ij to-day, and has been crcr since It was first uttered, the sentiment of the American people. Tho Convention to which wo have alluded, above, endorsed the man who ut tered those noble words, and, at the same time, repudiated the copperheads who at tempted to crawl into the Convention. A few weeks afterwards, in the State of New York, the very men who, in the Convention at Philadelphia, applauded the speech of General Dix, a speech which ran through tho cable and electrified the Old as well a the New World,threw tho General overboard and nominated for Oovcmor of that State tho representative of the "Peaco Democrats" who were not allowed to enter the councils of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1866

ESQ wivminifWi ww'am.W.'M THfl , ff AltOAIi .KEPtyfiLrOAJfrTHimSDAai MOHNNGJ yNOflEMiBERl8; 18(i(i. maw? . rr A'yiiFaawiBgpTB tational lUyuMipu. IiOOAIi NHWS. PawnsSokr One's Coat. A colored wocaaa, name omk Kelly, wm yesterday ar .mtedbyOffleet Jeboeoa, af the BeooadwerrJ, for the latveBy of a aoai and hat, the property of Da vid M. Barf, rod tha boardtof-lotue af Mri Sal, Ho. 313 Pen&ijivaiilA avenue. Tba accused waa b eerveat In taa tense and stole tba property, walob. aha altonraria pawnad for $5, representing that a nan named Wright had tent har with tha eoat. la tha afternoon aha retained with tha hat, represent ing that Mr. Wright did not raealra aaoagh for tha eoat to pay hji doctor1! bill, and pawned tha hat for $3 mora. Tha eoat and hat ware afterward! Ideatlted by Mr. Barr. Justice Moraell aaat har to Jail for wort, concluding that toll man Wright we! all wrong, and put tha naughty Emma Keller la limbo. The Grand Masonic Loooc -The follow ing officer! of thl! lodge wo...

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. — 8 November 1866

Rational fUpuMirxn. Thursday Moaunia November s, is. Ladle' DrcMwa In Parla la Crino line Oat ol Fmitiion? The correspondent of tho London Pott at Paris, Luring received letters from some ladies in England begging him to inform them whether crinoline is in or oat of fashion In Faris, writes in reply: " I meet in the streets of Foris, and some times at an orcning reception, a toilet of the period of the First Empire; short-waistcd, and certainly thcro can be no crinoline or iron-hooped anything under a somewhat scanty robe, such as Ladr Jersey danced in at Almack's In the days of Qcorgo IT. You sco the pretty feet, and some idea may be arrived at as to how nature has sculptured the whole of the graceful female form. At the promcnadoJn the Bois j ou meet with ladies whoso dresses gracefully respond to the movements of the frame; and certainly there cannot bo any leunningly conceived substructure of steel and textile, substances under that empire stylo of costume. "I there foro conclud...

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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