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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 July 1861

WWw wjfcWfticril t yftet--CtT. A $&Ua i, an1 n i itttawi-rrTr imani-tr'-iTirrf l8aiu,- feiAAaa.'ji.iil,.'fa:t'Tv--"'-2 c?rajgaiiaTscaagiiitaieA'i:atMjuaMaaiataaMto uutjtibii ubi i a ttmtxaaKjaM-mMumtmn THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED 15 VERY MOBNIKO, (uunuays i.xuurTKi",) jti .screj:h ctrcct, near K, opposite tho Gtneral l'OJt Office, by W. J. MURTAGH A CO. TERMS. To city aubserlbers atx and a quarter enti per week, payable to the carriers. To mail subscribers, three dolUra "and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. - - RATES -OF ADVERTISING. One square, three d&yg , $1.00 One square, four days 1.25 Ono square, fire days ; JO Ono square, six days ,' 1,76 Oneaqnare, too weeks 2.16 One square, throw weeks 3. DO Ono square, ono month 4.00 One square, three months.... ........;. 10.00 Ono square, six months 16.00 One square, oue year..... 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent. additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Ini...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 July 1861

i&atSL JJ -v- a o h tt te hi te PufcUuUon OfflM, onrner of ludittit avenos ud Second HTML Depot KrulotMTKr(oaSeTWtliltrie(.oppx' UiGuienirciOffic. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUBTAGII 4 CO. OCOROE U WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, July 19, 1861. 4V Ko a4vMUemenu " notices, xpt to rejularad fwrtlters, will bt luvrtM without payment la adnco The Wieklt lUrciiLiCAif. This fine paper, containing all the news of the week, is now out. Price four cents. . Jj-Tho Eon. Schuyler Colfax, we uninteu tionally omitted to atate yesterday, was among the members of Congress who was present ai the time of the occupation of Fairfax. Appointed. Lloyd Wra. Emmart has been appointed chief engineer of heating and venti lating apparatus of the United States House 0: Representatives, vice Isaac Entwisle, removed. 19 The third Massachusetts regiment left Fortress Monroe for Boston on Tuesday, and the fourth Massachusetts left on Wednesday their terms having expired. Brigadier General Fierce returned ...

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

Tf7 ' u ivn, j ! w ' N EW S , LOCAL ' Tue Ciiabe Guamis. Mr. Marion Fenwick, who served creditably as a volunteer ia tlu Muxican war, and has just li rushed a term of three months in tliu present campaign, lit about to present to the Government for acceptance a company of Washingtonians called tin Chaso Guards. Mr. F. and his fellow soldicu mostly served with company A, Union regiment, which has just been muttered out of service, and have determined to enlist for the whole war, let it be long or short. They will doubtless win laureta for themselves, and prove a valuable acquisi tion to the proposed regiment of District vol unteers. Much credit is due them for the readi ness they exhibited in volunteering their ser vices for the defence of the capital in April Inst, thsy being among the first to obey the call of the President. Escitemint ok Seventh Stbeet. Consid erable excitement was created in the neighbor hood of tho Patent Office, by a report that a barber had cut a soldier's thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 July 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Troaties Ratified at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. TREATIES. Convention between loo Unitcil States M America and Itn lfcit)r ths King ol Iho ltetgliina 0.iicliidctl ncl mgntil U Wdshlnflou, December "1 1SW rjiliOxilloni ex changed t Wuliluglnii,Oitnbir 10, IfflO llwtalim u o the iTtildenl r ilio Uuiua sum, October so, 1WH ;&V the President of the United Statu of Amtr tea: PKOCLAJITIO.V. Wncasis a Postal Convention between the United States of America and hit Majesty the King of the Belgians was concluded mid sign ed at Washington, by the plenipotentiaries of the parties, on the twenty-first day of Decem ber, one thousand eight bundled and fifty-nine, which convention is, word for word, ns follows : rOSTAL CONVENTION BETWEEN THE CNITtn 8TATS3 AND DKLOIUM. Articles agreed upon between the General Post Office of the United States of America, by Joseph Holt, Postmaster General, in virtue of his constitutional powers, and the Geueral Pust Offic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 July 1861

HP xwnmeamaatinapawttw THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, (nuNiurn KXirirrD,) tii Huremli Strom, near 1, opposite the General 'v'Voit Office, Ipj- W J. MUUTAOH '& CO. TURNS. To city subscribers lii and a quarter cents per week, payable lo the carriers. To mall subscribers, -three dollars sad fifty oiuts tier annum, payable In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING., On- "qtiare, lltrcodoyij .. .,, , $1.00 One square, four days 1.10 One squaro, five days 1,60 One square, six days 1.78 Ouo square, tiro weeks 2.76 Odd square, three woeks , 3.50 One square, one month i 4.00 One squAre, threo icoiiUii , 10.00 One square, six months , 1C.00 Ono square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertlsemtnts charged ns new for each Insertion. " Inserted only once, ten cent a line.' Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33J per cent, advance. Ten lines or lees constitute a square. LS Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1861. No....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 July 1861

Mm npm"ljiHMii m 'iww it ' 'i l! r t IV l.i rirt r -iamum MiftMrartMg Publication PCV, cratr of Iwtaat vtnu ud H-cond lrt Depot for t-leof iar " Sovfolh street, nppoatM lbs General lvni Oiseo. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH A CO. GEORGE M. WESTON, KJIIor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, July 20, 1861. 43T No iJrcrtiwniraU or notice, except to regular ad vertisers, will be Inserted without payment In 1tuic. SrAis to day. It u expected that Senator Latham of California, and Senator Johnson, of Tennessee, will address the Senate to-day on the joint resolution to approre and confirm the acts of the President, and answer tho argu ments that hare been advanced in opposition to that resolution, by Senators Bayard and Breckinridge. THE SUBJECT OP SLAVERY DOES NOT ENTER INTO THE CONTEST. v This negation forms the weft of ranch that we have heard and read ; but it is true only of the great thinking, moving, acting, fighting, Union men of the land. It is not true of the rebel horde. The two fold pu...

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

- w LOCAL NEWS. Arrival nr the Sixm Mains Regiment. About- twelve o'clock last night, the sixth Maine regiment arrived and proceeded to quar tern on Pennsylvania avenue. They are a fine looking body ol men, many of them over six feet, and being mostly composed of raftsmen ana lumbermen, who have, for years, been inured to thehardships of tho forest. They are calcula ted to stand the work of the campaign. They number ono thousand and forty six, and are accompanied by a fine band of twenty pieces, with a full complement of field music. Each man is fully uniformed and equipped, carrying a fatigue uniform in their knapsacks, which was presented by tho various sewing societies of tbeir Stale. Several ambulances and ono hun dred horses have becu brought on with them. In New York, they wero handsomely received by tho sons of Maine, who presented them with a handsome United States flag. The following is a list of the officers : Field Colonel Abner Knowles, of Bangor ; Lieut. Colonel Ilorain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 July 1861

tp4hlffMl)Cl(60tAfjLtaMIOW0hAftftai 61 ' .1 I . , ' ) g JTW, !. ' NATIONAL REl'UBUCAy. Treaties Eatlfied at the Socond Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. TREATIES. CooTMtio'u bttwMS lh Uolttd SUUs of America sad His Xlnj tb King ot lbs Be!!r.s. Cunc udeJ uJ i g-ied U vruhlu1on, Dommocr 21, ISM. KaUfjwUooi ox. chiuf 1 4i Washington, Oetobtr IB, 1660. rrocUlmeaby til )TWcn( or Uu Co.ud SlaloJ, October SO, lew. i A Presided oftht United States of Amer ica : PROCLAUTION. cOXCtODED. Article" JCtlH. Id tie event of o direct lino Or linesof steamships between the United States and Btlgiurn being established, then shall be a direct exchange of mails by such line of steamers between the respective exchange offi om of Antwerp on the on side, and New York and Boston on the other side, of the interna tiooal correspondence between the United States and Belgium, which shall be subject to the following postage charges, rit: Postage on eachletter or packet not exceed ing half an ounce In weight,...

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

V l c t . T"-- RATES 0iv5.DVERTisiNQ.I-T One tquare, three dyM....t,).fli - t$1.0J One square, four dayt ,.,....!... l.'JBJ One square, fire day. jjq One iqnare, ilxdayi. 1,75 One square, two week., ...... . 176 One iquare, threv week 3,(10 One cqnarv, one month , 4jjq One nqdarf, three months.'. 10.OO One square, six 'months I. '.At. 00 One square, one year 90X0 Every other day advertisement, ittf pot cant additional ; once a week advertisement charged aa new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. " Advertisement Inserted Inside. 33 per cent. advance. , Ten lines or less constitute quart. - THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IB PUBLISHED EVERT UOBNISO, (sospayr Bxcurisn,) C'n Seventh street, near K, opposite the General Post Office, by W. J. MURTAGH A 00. TERMS. To city subserlbcrs ill and a quarter cents pm woek, payable to tho carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollar ad fifty VOL.I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1861. No. 200. outs per annum, payable in advance. J...

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

I If ! ir f Idar ivM SMSI4 Cor rtri eo Eevnlh itrx, appottu D BY W. J. MURTAGU A CO. WKSTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, July 22, 1881. fya ulrcrt.Mniwu or actices, eiwpt Jo regular ad vutlsert, will be lowtl without payment In advance. A Hoiis Guard. The suggestion made through the columns of this paper of the organi zation of a home guard lias been approved by many of our citizens 1 bnt no action has yet been initiated in regard to it, Wc regret this; there should be a forward movement at once. The District volunteers recently mastered out of service would form nn appropriate neucleus of such. an organization; but it should be am pliGed to the extent of embracing in its active list every resident, permanent or temporary, capable of service, and upon its honorary and contributing list, every non-combatant resident of each class, whose sympathies am on the side of law and order.. In these times of anxiety and danger there is no telling what even an hour may "bring forth ; a...

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

LOCAL NEWS An Infamous Secession Outrage ViU laiimui Trtalment of an Ohio Soldier. Wo hove to dny to recoid ono of the greatest atro cities which Irs yet characterized this or an; other war, and that in pursuance of a deliberate and well matured plot against the life Of a soldier in tho Federal army. The victim was Alfted Lonian, a citizen of the United States, born in tha city of Luxemburg, Prussia, and a member oi Company E, second Ohio regiment, who had his arm broken by falling from n car about six weeks since, and whowas just returning to hisregiment. Accordingtohisown account, ubout four o'clock on Saturday afternoon, he took passage on one of the steamers plying between this city and Alexandria, on the way to join hia regiment. As he. was setting on the boat, two men, of rather, genteel appearance, camo nud cat down near him, and entered, into a friendly conversation, complimenting him upon his general appearamio, his military capabili ties, &c, and remained with him unti...

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

FY i iwvf"1 ' WM "" I i: i . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. K OFFICIAL. J j LAWS OF TOE UNITED STATES j i Pxusi t AVi Sutton of ths Thtrty-tntnth p I' Omgrnt. Pusuo No. 6. , AN ACT making uddllionol appropriations for If the support of the army for the fiscal year r I ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and elztj-two, and appropriations of arrearages ' ( fur the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eigh- i teen hundred and sixty-one. . Be it tnactcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Atner- ' ' tea m Langras assemoiea, mat the fallowing , sums be and the sarao are hereby appropriated . out of any money in the Treasury not other wise appropriated, for the support of the army for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eigh teen hundred and sixtv-two. For expenses of recruiting, transportation of icviuiu iruiu me uiuercui renaczvous 10 gener eral depots, procuring of medicat attendance, and all other expenses attending tho raising of tventy-four thousand two hun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 July 1861

RATES OF ADVERTISING. . One aquare,'thrMdaya...i....i i J.. .$1.0 One square, four days.... 1.25 On iqnare, fire day .-).. .nlffQj One square, ilz day .. 1.15 One aquare,' two week i..a.;.i.. 3.75 One square, tbre week 8.(0 One square, one month 4.00 One quart,' three months) ;. Aj..J. 10.00 One aqnare, ill month 16.00 One iqnare, one rear..., 30.00 Every other day advaitiamnenU, Wrper eeot additional once a week advertisement charged id new for each insertion. j Inserted only once, ten oent a linej; , Advertisements Inierted tnitde, 33 per cent, advance. Ten llnee or less conrtltnte a quart. n 1 t p't TERMS. Tii city subserlbers six and a quarter cent pur week, payable to the larrien. To mull subscribers, three dollars and fitly Oeuts per annum, payable In adrance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JULY 23, JL861. No. 201. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLIBHED KVEEY MORNING. (sDNnAY!! tXrKrTHU,) On S'u'rntli street, near E, opposite the (Inner! Pout Office, by W. .1. MU UTAH IK A O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 July 1861

imMjmjmtMr- -- i -r.-.. wit' ! ! I rubUcsttaa Oflc, cortHT rt TedinAoTtou ud Beoond trfct " IViot for mI of irr on SoreoUi ttrect, orposit tii Ctnrf rest offl. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH & CO. UF.0HC1E M. WK8TOK, KJIIor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. 'Z7 Tueid.y, July 23, 1861. - No alf Miflrmnia !, l ,0 rf ulr J t . jiiwrs, will It m-rffU wlibout rrmat In titttitr j0 Our thanks to Messrs. Taylor & Maury, and also to Mr. Sbillington, for the August number"of Harper's eTer Welcome New Months ly Magazine. J9 We are ranch indebted to the gentle manly agent of the Associated Press for facili ties afforded us Sunday night in preparing our account of the severe conflict At Bull Kun, tr General McClellan, who has beeu sum moned to the command of the army of the Po tomac, is expected to arrive here to-morrow. General Rosencrantz takes his place in com mand of the army of Western Virginia. i MT Major General Banks has been assigned to the command of Major General Patterson's division of the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 July 1861

LOCAL NEWS CITY COUNCILS. UuAHD op Alderuen. The President laid before tho Board a communication from the Mayor, approving the joint resolution author' izing the Mayor to cause the newer un Thir. teenth street to be repaired. Also, a communication nominating James Ilenning for sexton of the west burial ground, in the place of G. Graham, deceased. Re ferred. Also, nominating Charles Walter for police magistrate of the seventh district, In place of Thomas C. Donn, rejected. Referred. The President laid before the Board the in tendant of the asylum's monthly reports for May and Jane. Referred. Mr. Brodhcad offered a joint resolution ex pressive of their regret that the Union troops had been unsuccessful; which was passed. The chairman of the finance committee re ported back a bill relative to the disbursement of the city on account of the levy court. Laid on the table. Mr. Brown, chairman of the finance commit tee, reported back the retrenchment bill, with amendments, and said, as two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 July 1861

b y !' i u - Navy 8uppU8-18ei-,62. u NAVY DKrAftTIUNT, J iBnreaU of Provisions and Clothing, n A Jun 26, 1861. SEPARATE PROPOSALS, staled and endorsed "Proposals for Navy Supplies," will be re reived at this Bureau until 9 o'clock A. M. on Wedneeda, tbo 24th day of Jnlv next, for fur nlihlng and dellverlng'fon receiving ton daj nollew, ereeplfor biscuit, for which five days' notice lbAll be glien for every twenty thousand pounds required) at lb United States Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, such quanti ties Inly of the following articles at way be re quired or ordered from the contractors by thn chief of this bureau, or by the commanding offi cer of the sal J Nary Yard, during the fiscal year ending Ju'uo 30, 1862, viz: Blscnlt, flour, rice, dried apples, pickles, on gar, ten, bcanj, rnalnsies, viuegnr, and whisky. Tlio biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet superfine dour, of the manufacture of the year 1860 or 1801, but shall la nil cases bo mauufac tnred from flonr made of...

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

;T'WCSrBfiWHW SW THE NATIOtfAjVREPUBLICAN 18 P0BLI8HKD -EVERY MORNING, (8UNUAT8 RicrrfcD,) Un H-temti street, near K, oppose l the (luirl Post.Office, by W. J. MURTAOU A 00. TSRM3. To city subserilfcrs six end quarter cents per week, payabje to tbe curriers. 'To mall subscribers, throe dollars and-dfty oants per annum, payable In advance. RATIONAL REP GEN. PATTERSON'S COMMAND The Brand arrar uuder Gen. Patterson t moving as the centre of the advancing forces, consists of.three divisions, eight brigades, Iwen-' ty-eignt regiments, a eeige train ana conlpa-. nlos of cavalry, artillery and infantry. The r fourth regiment of Connecticut is divided in o 1 'iwo battalions, and Is doing guard duty.at'fi t . geratown and Williamsport. The thifd'itd . fourth regiments jpf Wisconsin volunteers a aououess siauonea rear xiairerstown. rno- . first regiment of Maryland volunteers is gdard'j ing ins canai oeiween narpera gerry ana pv WilHamsport. The fifth regiment of tbe Pehn ylvania reserre corp...

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

tmaatamaiytarotnta. m.; t- a.': nf)(itiiiijifcii SB t 1 I 4 Cj"fl)licUoo OtBot, eor-er c Indiana evatrtS an Second Cllsrort. .Den tw ul of I ii- ni on Stream lUwl, cvpoilu r UwOnerafl"otOin. '-DBHSHKri BYW. JMUBTAOH CO OKOUOE U. WSSTOK, Xdltor. J;JNATIOiNAL REPUBLICAN. Nrraira'i WedmetdAj. 'July 84,- e 88L ?4ru-ri,wul liri.Vu) b inwtt wltioutlyniBt lo'adanc jfjf The President and Seeretary of State "TcsteHayfternooii visit- the 1ldier In the rariods came on, tha other side of the river, and were everywhere received with the gr eatetljjnlte(J StMM Rt lhe Exhibition of the Industry enthusiasm. JsjT Capi. A. W. Beuham, U. 3. A., of Gen. McClellan's command, who distinguished him self in the Oheat Rirer engagement, i in town, and eaji Get. McClellnh will arrive- to-day. '.U A 111, II i J'l T ii ili. ArponiiKD.-Wa leam that the President niij "appointed James BHnlmei, of New Mex ico,' (late" of Kansas,) -Secretary of that Terri tory, rice Miguel A. Otero, rejected by the -8eoal. t n i, i...

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

I0'Cit.L;fN'BW.sS. Hcjiamty. -We are pleased to see tliAt the returning troops wero well, received and at tended to by'soiue of onr Uuioo citizens t they cr rtatnly mtlled the besi of Irenlmeiit. Lieut. Knox, with ninety-fire of his " Fire Zouaves " were well breakfasted at Willard's Hotel, on the morning of tielr arrival, through tbe exertions of Lieut. John Pearson of the fourth regiment. District militia. This gentleman also Secured the service of a surgeon, and Went around in search' of the wounded, and had them (.roperly dressed. In passing along B street south, in the seventh ward; we noticed the house of Mr. Ellis and Lieut John Pearson thrown open to the soldier, who" were invited in to refresh themselves with good wholesome fdbd. Those who lutded them were also famished with hats, coats, and other garments, .The cheerful countenances and thankful ralle,'told in deep, thongh voiceless eloquence of tkt'gratl tude of the poor soldier. The Natlooel Rifles, Natioual Guards, and ...

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

SSSH Navy SuppHp 1861-'62. Navy Dipahtmint, Bureau of Provisions ruiI Clothing, June 26, 1801. SEPARATE PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed " Proposala for Navy Supplies," will be re ceived at this Bureau until 9 o'clock A. M. on Wednesday, the 24th day of July next, for fur nlshlng and delivering (on receiving ten clays' notice, except for liUctitt, lor which five days notice shall he git en for c-rery twenty thousand pounds required) at the United States Nary Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, such quanti ties only ot the following articles as may be re quired or ordt-rcd from the con'ractors by tho chief of this bureau, or by the commanding offi cer of the said Navy Yard, during the fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1B02, vli- Biscuit, dour, rice, 'dried apples, plclles, su gar, tea, beans, tnolassw, vinegar, and whisky. The bWcult shall be made wholly trom sweet superfine flour, ol the manufacture of the year 1800 or 1861, but shall In nil cases be manufac tured from flour made of the crop ...

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