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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1860

ii '""" THE'NATlONfA'I REPOBlitCAN M .u lVA'TES'oyAlivRTlsibr. One square, three days.... J. .-......$1.00 One square, four days....'i.A...ii.;i.i 1.25 One square, five days 1.50 One square, six days ..,., ,. 1.75 One square, two weeks . J.75 One square, three weeks:.... (.13.60 One square, one month ...;..il.00 One square, tbree months ,..,...-, , 10.00 One square, six months , 16 00 One square, one year.. ...'30.00 Every other day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent, advance on the above.. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty, fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. r 18 PUBLI8HED ' EVEEY MOaH.IWOi (sBKDATS 'k'xCITSDj)' On Seventh street, near B, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS 'CLEPriiNE&'CO. T&BMS., To city subscribers, ill centt per week, paya ble to the carriers. To mall jubscrlbers, tbree doltari and fifty cents per annum, payable la advance. r3iV. Kitaiua Vol. I....

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. — 20 December 1860

r. """PSICNAn "KEPUBLTCAN. Thursday, December 20, 1860. Georgia. Seo our tclegraphio dispatches. The advocates of separate secession have been beaten, although by a close vole, in the Legis lature. If Cobb arrives in season, the dead weight of hit unpopularity will beat them worse in the Convention. The Feeli.vu. The friends of the Union here wero more hopeful yesterday. Senator Johnson's speech was the topic of approbation at all the hotels last evening. " The President yesterday morning nomit-.ted Edwin M. Stanton to be the r.ew Attorney General of the. United States. Tub Senate Yesterday. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, concluded his able and patriotic speech in favor of maintaining the Union. If the wealthy gentlemen in New York, who profess to have tho same object in view, really wish to do something for it, let them send on the funds to circulate at the South one million copies of Mr. Johnson's speech. Mr. Johnson presented ono view which made some Democratic Senators wince not a l...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS. BUPREME COURT. Monday, Die. 17. On motion of Mr. Attor ney General Black, Isaac I. Wistar, Esq., of Pennsylvania, was admitted an attorney and counsellor of this court. No. 232. Henry T. Bulkley, claimant of the barque Edwin, appellant, vs. The Naumkeag Stean Cotton Company. The cause was sub mltted to the consideration of tho court on the record and printed arguments, by Mr. Loring for the appellant, and by Mr. Andros for the appellee, under the 20th rule. No. 8. The United States, appellants, Claude Chana et al. This cause was submitted to the consideration of the court on the record and Srinted argument, by Mr. Attorney General Hack for the appellants. No. 10. Wm. IL Phillips, plaintiff in error. vs. George Page. This cause was submitted to the consideration of the court on the record and printed arguments, by Mr. Keller for tho plaintiff in error, and by Messrs. Latrobe and Revcrdy Johnson for tho defendant in error. No. 11. Edward Creighton, appellant, vs. John Fitc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1860

lPM,.gwlM if NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ATV0RK1NG MAN OF CONNECTICUT k AGAINBT COMPHOMISK. The following letter was written to a mem- n Ji;ber of tho Connecticut delegation In Congress : ' 1 CpitKECTicor, December 16, 1800. Dun, Sib: I trust that you will not think mo impertinent, if. in such a "crisis" as, tho prttenVl take the liberty of addressing you a lewwords; and although they may come Irora a-Ycry humble individual, yet, you remember that one tote has as much power) as another. My object in addressing you id to give you, if i may, some idea oi me tiueme interest ten at the present time iu tb3 cause of American lib erty, in the circle in which I mow. In the factory we have upwards ol lort) llvubliean Totera, and, not to apeak of the feel in us of those 1 meetelsewhere, let me assure jou that among vi there is but one feeling uith regard to ma. king any more compromises, and that is of the most intense hostility to them. We feel that our Representatives cannot make further con cessi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 December 1860

"-' -J' i ---- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCirTED,) On Seventh itrcct, near-E, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWI8 GLEPHANE & CO. plo1 3 tccs- A uautvi ' I " TEH MS. To c(tv subscribers, U cents per week, paya ble to the carrier!. ' To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cents per annnm, parable. In adrance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1860. No. 22. cm s n -- v" o y PRICE ONE CENT. i i 1 1 1 . i AMERICA'S NOBLEMAN. The noblest men I know on earth, Are men whose hands are brown with toll ; Who, backed by no ancestral graves, Hew down the woods and till the toll; , And win thereby a prouder fame Than follows king or warrior's name. The worktogmen, whate'er their task, To carve the stone or bear the bod They wear upon thsjr honest brows The'fdjal stamp and seal of God; ", 'An4"brigMer1irA theft-drops of sweat J"'' Than diamonds In a coronet. v God bless the noble worklngmen, Who rear the cities of the plain, Who dig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 December 1860

mi j i .iui in. .1 . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Hriday, December 21, 1800. Where to Find the News ! BALTIMORE 8UN iFtIIE BACKGROUND I Oar piper of yesterday morning contained a'full report oftho proceedings of tho South Carolina Convention, up to tho time of its ad journment, at 3.40 P. XI. Tho lialtimort Sun, (of the same day,) upon which our citizens have heretofore relied for early morning news, contained no report of said proceedings, save a brief notico of Ihc meeting of the Convention tit eleven o'clock in the morning. The report in our paper filled nearly two columns that of tho Sun about one square. DISUNION AND UNION. Yesterday was marked by two events, both of the first importance, but of a very different cast, and looking to consequences as wide apart as the poles. One of those events was the so cession (on paper) of South Carolina, and the second event, which will override secession everywhere, was the passage by the Douse of the Pacific railroad bill, with two lines, ono Cent...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 December 1860

v, LOCAL NEWS. Ijn UNrABALLELED SUCCESS. Tho Only Penny Morning Paper in tlio city. m Tho National Republican lias only I been published thrco weeks, and lias now a larger local circulation than all tho papers in tho city combined, with tho exception of one. Oar Local department is unsurpassed. Wo give tho earliest and fullest tele graphic dispatches. Publication Office on Seventh street, near E, opposite General Post Office, and next door to Adamson's Periodical Depot. REPUBLICAN MEETING. Tho National Republican Association held their regular weekly meeting at tho Wigwam last night, Vico President J. J. Coombs in the chair. Thn attendance was quits largo. After the reading of tho journal of tho last meeting-- The names of the applicants for membership were then called over, when objection was made to one, which, by a unanimous vote, was laid oyer until the next meeting. Several new members were admitted. A motion was made to repeal the payment of initiation fees, which was laid on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 December 1860

sts; mtd til NSfTSNAL EErUB'LICAN. For Ihe National Republican. THE UISUNIONtSTS OV SOUTH CARO- UNA. IN HISTORY. Numdih 2. Having in a former number shown what the action of South Carolina was, nt the beginning of the struggle for indcpcndcncc and prior to the actual breaking out of hostilities, I now pro ceed with a history of somo'of her acts daring the war. On the llthof May,1779 almost threeycais flcr the Declaration of li dependence a Brit ish rqundron, under command of General I'm ost, appealed before Charleston, and demanded the surrender of the fortification and town. The American force wns coinmundtd by Gen eral Moultrie, a most gallant nnd patriotic offi cer, and who aa defence of Sullivan's Island against a Ilritish squadron on ihu 2Stli of .lunc, 177G, had won for nim a reputation for during and bravery unsurpaised by that of any other officer. It wns in honor of that gallant ex ploit that his name wns afterwards given to the fort, which namo it bears to the present day....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 December 1860

awn - ri4ASrri'WMtr' mm m mysr-msfx Onejqnare, three days ."."t?E',-Z? One square, fuur days ...:.... ;.."....t.M One square, fire days ...:, ...,,;,t,t,)i,H. ! One square, six days ' One square, two weeks T....l.t Ode square, three weeks.... i.., ,.t,..ia.'&M On square, on month ,..,. .j44 One sqnare, three month '-.rUi'J l0'?2 One square, six months .7.'.".".. 11.0 One square, 6ne year '.U..I.'W.W Every other day and one k'srMltJtttVsits ments, fifty per cen( advance oath. boT ji Inserted as reading matter, ten cenM JJMvn Church and other notices, and. wants, twat five cents for each Insertion." w ' '-"""- Ten lines or less constltot a squW1- "u . i , e,l Itin - ' . ' -:l a- HEN NINO IS a. ISLAND EMPOKIIT-iC' Seventh street, near Maryland ari1'Iitim&, For the sale of v iw Boots, Shoes. Hati, Caps,'"KeAdy-llEd Clothing and FurTdsliing Gbdd.u'0 1 Particular a(tntl'on"la Can4dJWtiif':is'A THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED every morning, (SUKPATM KXCEITIP,) On Seventh ttreo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, December 22, 1860. We are informed that, at a meeting of tbe Senate " CritU Committee," held yesterday, a toU wae taken on Mr. Crittenden's proposition to "re-establish and extend the Missouri com prosaist) Una, when every Northern Senator, except-Mr.-Bigler, of Pennsylvania, Toted agtdMtit. w Cosoaiss Yssimday. The House was not In session, having on Thursday evening ad journed orer to Monday. -'iiPthe Senate, most of the day was spent upon the bill to authorize the Baltimore ami OhiojEaUroad Company to extend the Wash ington branch of said road through the city of Washington, to the Long Bridge, and to erect a railroad, bridge across the Potomac at that point, ioat to connect with the Washington nnd Alexandria road on the Virginia side. The bill, after being amended in various particulars, passed the Senate. The Senate then adjourned over to Monday. - . i TREASON IN HIGH PLACES. 1 If Mr. Buchanan, in his annual message, left the country in some donbt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 December 1860

LOCAL NEWS UNPARALLELED SUCCESS. The Only Penny Morning Paper in the city. The National Republican has only been published three weeks, and has now a larger local circulation than all the papers in the city combined, with the exception of one. Our Local department is unsurpassed. We givo tho earliest and fullest tele graphic dispatches. Publication Office on Seventh street, near E, opposito General Post Office, and next door to Adatnson's Periodical Depot. The Secession Newi How it was Re ceived ik the Federal Metropolis. Da. ring all of Thursday, conflicting reports of the doinga in Charleston were constantly being circulated, which served to keep the public mind in a continual fever of excitement. But, shortly after dark, it became pretty generally known that South Carolina had really passed the ordinance of secession. When the news was received, the advocates of secession around town pinned on their badges, and sallied forth to alarm all creation by their movements. No toriety wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Dijooihkii. The editor of Ihe Kendall (111.) Clarion loves & pood joke, and nou-r lota nu opportunity slip that promises n ilish of fun Hero hii lut : " We have lately got a, new Bait of clothei, and no nan conld bo moro effectually din Raised. We look like a gentleman. Upon first putting them on, we felt like a cat in a strange garret, and for a long lime thought we were swapped oft". We went to the home and scared the baby into fits ; our wifo asked ns if we wanted to see Mr. Clarke, axd told ns that wo would find him at the office ; went there, and pretty soon one of our business men came in with a strip of paper in his hand. He nsked If the editor was in ; told Mm wo tiinntt im . asked him if he wished to see him particulr lr : said he wanted him n . ttint Mil -.!! . him we didn't believe he would be in ; bi si neat man left. Started to the house ngs n; met a couple of young ladies one of tl em asked tho other, " What handsouio stranger is that?" In this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 December 1860

smmmmtmWmsmmsmmamWmmmmmmmmmi THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED , EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS BXCKFTED,) On Seventh street, near R, opposite the Central Poit Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city inbicrlbora, eix cent! per week, paya ble to the carrier. To mall subscribers, three dolbxra and fifty centi per annum, payable In advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1 00 One square, four dnj) 1 2r One square, five days I 61) One square, six days 1 "'. One square, two weeks 2.71 One square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one month 4 00 Ono square, tbrco months ,10.00 Ono square, six months .-... 1C 00 Oneaquarc, ono year 30.00 Every otker day and once a week advertise ments, fifty per cent advance on the above. Inserted as reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a square. 3SSSaiml b ; ittkUttEtt Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1860. No. 24. m n - r- 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 December 1860

9 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, December 24, 1860. ' On the outside i a letter from Geo. M. Weston, to a citizen of Maine, npon the subject oftlio personal liberty law of that State. Cabinet Meeting. Tho news brought by Hon. Caleb Cushing, on his arrival in this city on Saturday evcuitig last, from Charleston, S. C, was considered of sufficient importance to call an immediate Cabinet consultation, in which they were engaged nearly all yesterday. Ri'Moks. The city was full of rumors yes terday in relation to events transpiring in South Carolina. It is said that the President rect iveil n diipalch from Charleston, informing him unless the revenue cutter, now at that city, is withdrawn, the people will take Tort Moultrie. The dispatch is understood to be from (Jov. Pidens. One ersioii is, that the dispatch referred to was to Senator Toombs, not to the President. Tho revenue was collected on Saturday, at Charleston. It was believed last evening that the Presi dent will to-dny send to Con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 December 1860

mmiMjH MNttfaMMMMI a ! U V. L661L NTETfc 1 UNPARALLELED SUCCESS. Tlio Only Penny Morning P'apor in tho city , Tho National Republican 1ms only been published three weeks, and has now r larger local circulation than all the papers in the city combined, with the exception of ono. m ' Our Local department ia unsurpassed. We give thocearlicstlond fullest tele graphic dispatches. Publication Office on Seventh street, near E, opposite General Post Office, and next door to Adamson'a Periodical Depot., SERENADE TO SHNATOB PUGH. BrEKCUIS OF SENATORS PUOtl, CBlIIENDtN, AND OTHERS. On Saturday night, a large number of the mutual friends of Senators Push and Critten den assembled at the National Hotel, for the purpose of forming a procession and proceed ing to the resideaco or Senator Pugh, to sere nade that gentleman, in consideration of the position-he had recently taken in his speech on the question of secession. Tho serenade was also intended as a compliment to Hon. John J. Crittenden, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 December 1860

NATIONAL BEPUBLIOAN. PERSONAL LIBERTY LAWS. We publish bolow n loiter upon this subject, nililrcsseil by ono of the editors of this paper, to n distinguished citizen of Maine : Wamiikutox, Dec. 20, 18C0. Unfits Dwinel, Kmj., Jlanyor, Maine: I) Kin Silt: Your favor of the '.Mb instant, of which I have already hurriedly acknowl edged the receipt, deserves the more -extended reply which I nuw propose to give to it, and which has only been delayed so long by the great pressure upon my time. I am exceedingly gratified to find that the "personal liberty laws of Maine are not fairly open to some of the objections popular ly urged against them; that they neither nul lify, or proposo to nullify, any act of Con grunt i, that they do'not conflict with the pro isiotis of tho Federal Constitution, as it pounded by the Supreme Federal Judiciary ; utid that, although it is nut probable tli it nnv practical good is accomplished by them, neither do they intolve any practical nm thief which would bo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 December 1860

i I i M Mi jm 4 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORKIHG, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh ttreet, near E, oppos'te the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE CO. ! n rtdi rti inTTDnTicrun n.ir) un tu y xi A loivx. Ono pquarr, three days.............. ............ $1.00 One square, four days.... 1.15 fln An liar Rtn i4t.a 1 KA One square, six day-. ......... l.TS One square, two week 2.TS i One square, thre week... M One square, one month iX)0 One square, three months 10.0O" One square, six months...., 18 OO One square, one year ..... 30.00 Every other dty and once a week advertise ment, fifty per cent, advance on the above. Inserted reading matter, ten cents a line. Church and other notices, and malt, tweaty 6te cent far each Insertion. Ten lines or lets constitute a sqsara. TERMS. To city subscribers, six centi per week, paya ble to tbe carrier. To mall subscriber, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. Yol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 December 1860

r y NATIONAL KErUBLICAN. Tuesday, December 25, 1860. Qr In order tb give all peron t mploycd in this office an opportunity to enjoy Christmas, no paper will be issued to-morrow morning. THE THICK OP NEGROES. A "primeboy," worth $2,000 in flush times, was offered thirty days ago in this city at $1,000, and again on Friday last at $500, without finding a purchaser. A widow lady in this vicinity sold last week for fifty dollars, a " boy,'' about fifty five years old, for whom she was receiving a hire of eight dollars per month. 1 here are four millions of negro slaves in this country whose average price, including nil ages and conditions, exceeded five hundred dollars each, prior to the recent ngitntions, and no article of property was paying a higher income than slaves at that valuation. The aggregate exceeded two thousand millions of dollars. It is easy to calculate how much has been lost by the depreciation which has occurred, and how much remains to bo lost by that civil war which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 December 1860

mm. Hft- LOCAL NEWS. UNrAMLLELED SUCCESS. Tho Only Penny Morning Paper in tho city. Tho National Republican has only been published thrco weeks, and has now a larger local circulation than all the papers in tho city combined, with tbo exception of one. Our Local department is unsurpassed. Wo givo tho earliest and fullest tele graphic dispatches. Publication Office on Seventh street, near E, opposite General Post Office, and next door to Adamson's Periodical Depot. THE ROBBERY OF THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. FURTHER FARTICCLARS HAKY OTHERS IMPLI CATED. Sinco our paper went to press yesterday, we bare received a great variety of information, reliable and unreliable, concerning the robbery which we recorded yesterday. We think the following particulars concerning the matter are reliable, as they have been obtained from the beat authorities. On Thursday last, Godard Bailey, who is the law clerk of the Interior Deparrment, and who figures most conspicuously in this matter, placed in the hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 December 1860

NATIONAL HErUULICAN. THE HOUSE ON THE POTOMAC IN 1676. Standing on a bluff above the river Potomac was a small log house, two stories in height, with n kitchen and dining-room on the first floor, and two bed-rooms on tho second. Old Spellmnn, the owner, was known in tho vicini ty as tho greatest Indian hunter of his day. The red skins feared his rifle, and when it came to a rough nnd-tumble fight, they feared his powerful arm more than his rifle. Of course ho was marked among the savages, known to each warrior, and held in awe by all. Tho Indian who would tiring in old spellmans scaip would De reverenced, worshipped, and bo regarded as a molto and example for all )oung warriors to imiute. lho t'.imity of opeumnu consisted ol llie lather and mother, daughter and son. I he parents were well ad anced in years, but fct ut hale, and hearty. The son was a young rami of promise large muscular frame, and, like his father, possessing a Herculean power. The daughter was a girl of eighteen, la...

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