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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 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. — 27 November 1866

, li t it u ilia ? . .,. ,- -tw-oahington city. Pj c - -a : .' W. J. MUBTAOH CO4 PCBLISHEIIS. j . .. S. P. HANBCOM,KDiTOB.: r- TDESDAY H0UIIltO!::i::N0TJUIBItB 37,. 1888 " J. W. r." HAS THE HORRORS.., The paroxysms into which J. W. P.'Ii oc casionally thrown render him ono of the most curious moral'trxcUcles of the times. Erer tlnce Tin PuaisixT declined to bestow the New York collectorshlp upon a friend of J. W. F. t tho earnest solicIIllon of the editor of,,;' My two papers, both daily" he has 'been in a "state of mind beyond everything," as Miss Fanxt 8o.ur.iM de scribes her own mental condition after Nick olifKicklut had flogged the schoolmas ter, her faiher. At a quarter past three o'clock on the morning of the 7th instant, J. W, F. telegraphed from Philadelphia an election dispatch, closing, ecstatically, with the following words, to wit: "All is well I" At that moment the political horizon looked bright to J. W. F. Tho social horizon, doubtless, was quito pleasant to the visi...

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. — 27 November 1866

THEATIONA,REPIANiT.JESlAY .MOBHPfQ.tNOYF,MBER,27. 1866. StiiitiEcgWi 'TOiWA-BTOKTS.: romaltl - BlHlUMiMi ' ! BTswy. i V " ' . " "itr fiirinii in. I id, v.'Tr'BW; .. . I AllMrsons who hare icrred u Tolnntfer SBcttVin tUtTntted States Nary for the fcarsf or, two, yars, and who detlra to be ex mined J for' admission to the regular Nafy, ai prorlded In the act of Congress approred JnlJB, IMS, will at once make application, addressed to Commodore 'R F. Lis, Hart yirdi (Jonn., who will notify them when, to kp'pear. ' Those who do not make application prior to the lit of January next, or who do not present thenuelTei when notified, will be conaidered ai hiring waited their claim for examlnaUon.1 Candidates wQl take with them, when summoned, their ottclal papcn showing their naral record." ' Z7" Secretary of the Nary. u in , ;- .' PfMt OMee Atmtra. "' Virginia Be-esUbUib. BwanaonTUle, Pitt 3 Iranla' county, and appoint liooert w, nor. naatmaatar. " . . Discontinued Banker Hill, Bedford Appo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1866

jtatipnal Qtyv&lUm IDS80AT MOaNntQ:::::::HOTBUlEir, IBM. VnaixiA NoiODi. There it. now Ittlng In Pocahontas cotmty, Vkv, a gentleman be tween sixty and screnty years of age, who has, in hli lifetime, killed twenty-vm hundrtd deer, lerenUen hundred of them with one run. BY has also killed many been, psn- then, end other wild animals. .Thi old gen tleman U a flrst-clias "ihootut" Another old Virginia gentleman, from Nelson county, by the name of Johk Wills, In the ninetieth year of' hli age.'U now on a deer hunt near CraigsriUejAngiuU county. Heretofore ho baa always gone on foot, sixty miles and back. This year, for the first time in his life, be entered a railroad car, and proceeded op wards of a hundred miles to the hunting grounds without an attendant. The old pa triarch has upwards of-one hundred grand children lirlng, and many of tho fourth and fifth generations. He works every day, and all the day, on the farm, and has been ac customed to do so from his early boyhood. A war...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1866

h- ' 'mi r?p nrTTrrrnTff .nwTTffTfflif Tj.np-nrrpTT :-fnrnn .TrTnuH irigp- TIIE(ZfATIQNAL."cJlEPjra TlHMiATIOML-HEPUBLIGAfv IMB43flBW3ifc!5 lfjVat i"o"JimrwATiri. yf',VHrj '5 ii Oae eaajue,. tmmi iiI7:..il. !.' ! 0MlvMlKlfs4imbItfiVtUIllWVWtr' . fWMHMa9U!W!C'ir..''.a,'l...: HtnMinfiiPi i Mutual A. HUIL.. . lt ASntOanMela IWIU M'kuMil'MMlH ..SjaaB.la.-Aawr.yesvi.i X , 1 -18 !H i !'ir:-J, nr'Fio-iiir--- .31.- i -;l ! t Ja d IV .11"' - r.l.l ..l.l.,V . !." . ,7 .i,, w1tfi.t,- Vuimnt. iMMabw It ISOtitr' -or,iqnTiH ubAsb f nVitr TO MtfAUii 'oonn. untno nut M.iiit"- ' l.nillnWll)t'ikiHVIM'irI lMftU.t lUWUUHalMll IHUMtUVlMUtiH far. r unnti an aaal...kall to .laaalla r nctiMtU, kausUMi, r Um wftnte. riUlV ailMmllwIltallKWUtuutulMtMilM M' UaA.aul Ik. farmaraaall .. mm-;fi Its. knllMllM atoll to MiftrUUta malH 52 mU r Us -laal !mu- .f IM MUMK. vu MnH rnil'M ' ' "JM . sal Ito fiUr Usittt l.fi J u art nntfl,Wr U 1-m UiXit UMtM Ala. tto BaltailMto, uM! laws r Dfilidia f ilt to IM Ml ( Mr BM, UN,...

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. — 28 November 1866

-TOE-NAlIONALHElEPeBIANrWe)NBM W. X MUBTAOH, 00., PUBUSBEBS. J . i.t.. J i. ; a tu ap.'HAirecoM,"BDrroi.', c- wkdxesdaT moehinq qvjibmi ,jM6 THE FKEtTCH KMPEROB BIHE CARDS ma PLEDGE TO' Hat. HOTE' nid TROOPS TKOM tncxire-THE vnirmmtrrATtm GeVEKNHESIT PRfTErT11. ,' ' II is no secret of this Qovernmentthat toe Fmperor Of the French has disregarded his pledge to withdraw from the soil of Mexico one third of his troops in thtt country this fall. We assert only what' wo kaowjwhen we announce the astounding fact that Nrc Ltoir, regardless of international courtesies, decided that all his troops should remain In Mexico to'slrengthen that Austrian usurper, Maxixiuam, wlthont notifying tha Govern ment of the United States of his intention. Upon learning officially tho purpose of the Trench Emperor', an earnest protest against bis action Was forwarded to him, through our Minister al the French Conrt. Tho cable dispatch dated "Pans, Not. 27," which ap pears elsewhere under our telegraphic head...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1866

THE' DEPARTMENTS. -' 7 I ' omo!AtJ .'BuMaaUiis Mr th Kmyf. '. "" ti numii mciu "- ,, ..". "ITiYr DiMmtMtM, 1 , WiiauotoB, P. 0, Nor. II, 1811. J All jot who hav served m volunteer offlMnta'tisiTJnTUd Stale. Navy for the termof Ito ye, and wSo desire to be ex- amlned'foradmbslon to the rtgnlar.Navy, aa provided in the act of Congrcsi approved July 29, 1866, will at onc'a make application, addracwd to, Commodore a P. Ln, Hart- ford,' Conn,' who fll notify them when to appear. Those who do not make application prior to the lit of January next, or who do not present themselveawhen notified, will bo considered at hsvtojr'walved their claim for examination. Candidate! 'will takewith them when summoned, their offlclal paper showing their natal record, ,, cf'Ti i -. Gidxok WmXm,0 ' r" -x Secretary ot the Na?y, Wrkof tkeKlagtliker-Uatol tk "r . .Trntrntmrn li, t t Commodore Tame Alden, commanding the-United Statu iteamer Susquehanna, under date of Havana, Cuba, November 18, report to the Nar...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1866

L VfKD?fVAr HOMING HQVEMBER.M, ISM Ao Important Salt f Bf Cabla to V, 8 and European Nauri Awoelatlon Baltimore, Not, 20 A, very Important caie, corotrig under thai present Internal Rerenne law. wai determined In the United States Clrcnlt Court to-day before Judge Giloa, being the suit of Odcn Bowie, of Prince George comity, against Q. W. Sands, late collector of Internal rerenue for that dis trict", Bowie sued to recover back taies aU legeoVio hate been overpaid the United Blatea in 1665 on ft crop of tobacco The assessment was 'made in 1865 on a crop grown in 1862 and 1863, for which years the taxes pn the crop then growing was paid the succeeding years tinder the former levenne law. -In 1863 the same product was assessed again under the amended law of 1869 as in come of preceding year, and the tax again collected, on the ground that the crop had been told in 1864, and the proceeds were liable for taxation under the law. A very strong array of counsel represented Mr. Bowie and oth...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1866

THE IATIOX JLL MPUmCAK till an fnia-f ). Jflsbltr lUbYtVi ' Ma""M"waM ImkiA'.r. .i3.::n::.mTO:raS ""."TTT-V a .. WI(lUh4MMkMN0f(5T suefOfJT BpEiwrt.Mi uHjua&a aim u i aakalfptlaa. .11 u'sa'i'iiii -"-"" ii miirii mi 1 1 vaaan. rBV -' J w- E VVJ ' W W.nwf famthftti mmT: TwvlJlfH Mi fn , - st. i'-''i'j Jib'atLiiJ utmii' 11 ' LiMNhlMPMHIjlHI I HI I A fcU. 1 . Irffcfimr5 fiaat-ga b MrUBtMkMaMllaaw4l PI ' MgMH f Ml I1 , v " ? - -j e-" - -'rw nr nrtmrvrb. i .ff v-r r.'-yirr., -rj mjimmm xmim ""'WW iiftiA' ! Hi". illr ... -aV ,BV A',- AT th 4 akJ ". ...:'"". .-. 1 a CK JllllYlIIl '!' !i ssKfc aWyE?'. a L ,.1,1, U . Ill I MjI. . a -"eta-tamm r tt-w m -lw - ' 1 ir..iw,.vi ihtv nv Tinw rmkWisfJkmvm,.Jm4m.Jkwd 1 "'"j41".1"' i & ". -1 jiiiJiw 1 K1J.1 fiTinrrnvr 'ifiT Jrr.Dtsrj5 Tt I I I II I I II rOIJVlI. niHiTi'iit :.T-,m APPIOI in IijUiHJ .10 ivioinIM BBB wwBBiiBwyfi ! iltfiMrtn: -t.il apptvainmi im uim v-tikia ftnrttai t iTHiBHtnUtM vt.Qolak.., tt,B44 ,.-, - -.r-a.aiia...av-i-p--j-a-a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1866

I I 1 I I '.I IN. i Anuu'mn jvmuYimn t .T o rt Trtf ' " .11. ti i I ' " Tel'? a 'WrUtilnn-toTt'Cltry. IX. C t. W. J. MURTAOli boyPDBLlSHBIia ,a p. iuNlcQ "EDJTpir WIJT i'delt'9 111 'IT THURSDAY MOBNINO NOVEMBER IsVlMt ToayWvmg- been iVfpirl'bjr.tW CMcr Executive f. the, nation for' Thanksgiving nd prayer, w office if the ItircaucA'v trill be closed, and. no, paper wiH bq Issued, to. morrow, j' -' r ' ' v osri HI- ln 4:dlTHJIIWIl'I .,,-., , t( h The1 festival of i lod feeling i and gopa feedinor which ocean to-day 1 one of the best holidays ever established, In thfs country at least, , What .,cotdd bo .better thsn roast turUy,ptunvpadhng, andtnlnccple.'wilhoui fireworks, the feast which our forefathers or dalned -for expanding the heart and the waistband t After attendance at church and dev'ciii, supplications thai wisdom "insy, be Instilled into i thai mtnds of, the Congress about to assemble,, what conld he pleasanler than to alt around the substantial causes, for thankfulness thai...

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

.!,'' TTT-Jitf- ''iV.i''1': VVvl" 'V-'' rpv?ab " nrKsass-r '."-fji."!." ''1'" t iwmwi i w rie - II Bn, 'H . J IlMf titrlffJW5tWi t(t let ,tw -BavaBBmaavaBBBrBwaTrwawtJBoeaTaTiai'. !4BJA.aa llll Ii lllftlhrt miOJIMBiBaa if 1WI',7 ,, imisrssassrjiS'sss'- r ,OMH.KWlWtPIW.PFn;inM WW IW WUOHMI IV 1U RI1UU jnftTT. tMilini . ii-Conunodore , &,!, ,1m, HtrU examination!5 3eaaBBvMaf 'tWNrilh .than, heittWU4. Aitf oScW paper ,Mr-?" T!MalS3.V;l-rttVW.W"' BllftgUl lfl " t Mii M Bt-taa.a-M iy V MMmtkii .M.T)mtaMU;; P IMSMMMMnMCUM 01 JJ3 VMMMcfitB"4tMlk'r''(AkH'taU MMOkeU elySf" beHfeel." ttAi'.ltejW; 8t,toitjrti ;Wft'tftWi,,j;tIiti.i6n.TenU()n tach oonk h to Utt.- collect ei. teUln iti own pdta' (y,. fiiJUl"rtWl.he4 rate,' Twmjntnqmff u neceeoux?!- ucinaiiia1aipv.H thfl-eommaiidnfia exehAsimd. it'wiiii Utt, nomuofire, Ac, matted la the United. ttutee ma aaareeeea . to ,yeneinei an - ec foUam,.TUtCpoaktUn,lQ ce&U,pi iln wis M ef half an oonce DreDermeflt.re. quired; ' epfoirlripijn Hot oth...

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. — 29 November 1866

I ! ' ! m li ! i i 1 1 i i' ... r.i, it fil I.' !' U . 4' J'1" J A art A i - , -j--. . . .. . T , 1 f. . - nAT'br'Hox.'OAYB Jomtio.-iThe '-' ceM of tha Hon. Catb Johbeo, KtvUUtkx rlllc, Tennessee, on Friday last, rcmaru ar? otoeeMlieH feneration' of jraMtneri. Henit natrriof the Bute of Tamemtf clQirrerWoraettlea, wUdcrncfs. He" Vm liberally educated," and nfUr. '-reading law went Into the practice of that p'roteiaion, and ierf lomi'tlnMCM a Judge, of the Oir'cnlt Conrt.t-'TeTy tarty Id life, howeTeT,';ka en gaged (a Chi political contest, of the day, am about mjear ,1828 he .was1 choBea 'tj represent blr district in Conyrtss, and con tinued JcT.ierre In that capacity daring the whole of "the elghtyearsof General Jac.sox's administration. ' At' the time of President1, Folk's election Mr. Jonxsox was selected by J that oncer as hli rostmaster Ueneral, J and eerred until the 3d of March, 1849,',. ')' - itmmmmmmm What followi' lajroni n.Ol'ascow 'papery "A pious, church-going composito...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 December 1866

AdijiaeaaaBJa ilMjitolti beedael WeaU,fe tele, tit W-t, ttSSm&ti eae laeenlea, few Mate per uaei ntMfHilkMMl kalfprlea. MndlMMiU .rtnM. U kaalet la before alee e'elook'a.ar. DlA '" J I i (mmii1, M ' t boinoa t VllfillilMMfl - ir3rKl0ffi'A , tw'tW aeooxiTioxs inniTan Of aBUIIlle DXDI TH, ACT TO M0AU1 10L' 7".rur"-iK""t""Sf jvfln . ' -.'i..j-..-.T- 1. AllafpUeal alx eaeatka. la, froa fie lit day if OeteWAiat, sad ht rare HrwVHVt WW ? ?!M,lW,7 flaoelklle!e,P olkt eaMerHBleAlteBej ul applleettoa tied aflat Ikal aiiied ehellbe Hi tie! 111 tko foraef aMI kevt beoefeld. I. He applleatlea akall M eattrtelBOd iilm Mil pealed by tka arletael 4M-CM the eeldler. aad tke lll rhJU7i nth uWiv U totNei the farther aatavlt leal he kAftetreeelrea, Mia he ea Ullel tdianBltawejaa the WlMM Balaam ealea aay lawa erre,eleuee palette tke eel af Tear Wt.HM, imh miWHiulllKMrmHWPWiif dare to kla lariat the late nMllfhini tad aim uaprhaaUae bet hy ahai aetata, earrlrlkt eaaeeMekall ft I IM L7iJSJttWS7r,p f...

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. — 1 December 1866

" -V Rational lUpbtaw, ' fVaahtimton City, X. C. w. J.MUBTAOU oo, publishers. 8. P. HAN8C0M, EDITOR. BATORBAY ioipniO. , DKCKMBKK'l, ni THE REHOVAI, OF THE FREKCIa TROOP FBOJH MEXICO., , Official Information hu been communion ted to thli Government that the French Government ji now fitting out a fleet of transport' at Brest and would dispatch them as spoil M read; and at an, early da; to Mexico; when the remoral of French troop, to the amount of oni third certainly,' will take place. The embarkation of the""other two thirds will not bo delayed beyond May or June, J.867.1 , The above information haa been received by our Government since Its recent em phatic 'demand for an explanation of tho French Government why It disregarded its public pledge to remove 'the Erst quota of troops this month. , ABIQRUCE. Venetia, just acquired by Italy from Aus tria, is one of the richest provinces of all Enrnnn a eonntrv which, though it formed onlv one-seventh of the territory of Austria, yielded on...

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. — 1 December 1866

w iftmuzim ,0KTKtok TAanTTAs .w'i. m.th inr rru THE NA110NAL ftEPlTBLICAJN. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 1. WflBT" atlA 11 "i1 H'l '"" ' XiOOAXj curat i in A9 btiuui V(,TrrAuTke twelfth aaawel4Mt.ra1'af ',' Aiiftw't Botletr of WuHtb'M(pjli ef Bfc Aaortw'tdaT, wu Miilf n'Akix': ' Aa electa! ail akeatiailal'djBBerjWAA prorideikp "SsaAtma," wboa ak ka 4mmtlT xl4 klmMU t pron tbet i aimer aMM U miikta kttrtltr arts on tht mit'.ttlrjajj after tkukiUIdc. whtn sua art PPm4 to Hare 1-ejill eetea aal Jraakta." Tht appttlilar character of Ika repeat waa aoted ky all pneent, nj tkt good fteilac which perradrd Ik irapuywu iiumwhIi wltk thtkippr elreeaKaaeii In'WhleV kiy were pilot! tkreats Ike ittattaiau orjtb '(8otr , and committal af tt.lo.Ulr.t- - i t r , ' 3 , - TkikltuMitM'ri(r..Tr R. Smith, Sap.riaUal.at of tha OoTtmntat, Bottolt Oartea, wko ll pfeild.tt ot tkt 8t- Aaartw't Sool.tr. Ha (tnU4 with IaIt7 " eortlalttT WitUM tko oceailoB matte j tmjt aaa Peel alaeAaallr eAheaM, At at hea af Uek...

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. — 1 December 1866

TIIE NATIONAL BErtTBUCAN ItEADIKO FOR TUB MILLION.' CIRCULATE ! CIRCULATE ! CIRCULATE I ft"' It It mm! feit! j true Ifatt tht political eampaf(i. opon which tht eoaiitry lijnit tnttrinjli to W erlilt of TMt ImporUnet. Upon U will depend tot dearest Interests of the United States Qortrnrntnt and people. Having paiied through the ordeal of a otfi! war triumphantly, li tematni to be deeldsJ whether tbe legtttmaU frnlti of Iba united labori of tboie wbo vnlied, without refpeet of party, for tbe pvemiitlon of tba OoTernnent shall be turned to bitter ashes, and tbe dlianlon which Southern rebeli could sot accomplish lhalt be effected by Northern pelttfcleni IDE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN bai aliMa battled for tbe QoTerament and the flag, and now, when disruption of tba Union js courted by axtremliU who, nader tbe (ml of pore patriotic principle, are ravenou for polltleal power end place, tba NATIONAL REPUBLICAN till bettl'i for tba flag of our Union. It li to ba an ardaotu it niggle, and wa ask ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1866

' "' ' '" n i I u ..I. - bbb xnyunr . JgSUUFN ,Amuiy aa, Ithe national republican hi J' ii u.rr LreMlaaca1fuBBX Man -M--.v-i.jr--.. -j .-..ifc .! '' tuiitSMpMM-&S b. fi .4 lm'Mn ste WTnTT'"1"" rir-r .; ii j " -i ii m BTI.OI AL. sl,r ml 4-iim . lftfA-aftft. An .1)1 , WAaxintw, spMbat 1., lit. ); avuiirMmuftokiioB tbb rtrmira swMawmsJTn" ' - tAlUppnAUliajBAUMSM ArpMM ' uiHHM;uamtu,4f 1aaa m'-wiiit-ii, U aUl ! IM ttt - kM ftli .- ,titoWt-UiiWHWt-lmf.4i;-1' r MaM 7- aMttaAl AMkATfA ai Ik aaUlar. kai Ika Ii-MottnoNkyU W-allU-MUAtlUi-.-illU ootam am m mi -. i-' .t. L.v.":.":.i"..-:7.-r::r :jPW W"W" uajiaaiaiaa, SSBWCS 'AntV'-litt, a-anBtiyaiii l ttUoMM, UM- U'VI H-lM-i mulj-t tyitr-i-V in m-n ii t JMWtlUllMUMIrniMt4WMi((j-7 kM rrtwlMtU mm, Ik rjrMU liunl U uuwHMwrikt-aUMqltiMil. .-.T-fciAnMalr--lUM.knl tl-UM rirmuUr Oa. (u't Mm, u. tha ii ill kM 4 UU imil Aill- rWV irtOrMl If nlMtat, U MtM f MjM- l.,UIt)wVr,lMU,rku,7u riilrM r M-flf,l- BUT1IB--U HAM MtA AAA WJ tmitkflfi'nmtml kf U .U1...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1866

VL'Ji'. -Wnahtntrton City, It O. ; T. J. MUItTAQH A CO., PUBLISIIEB& 8. P. IIANSGOM, EDITOR MONDAYMRNIK(Y:: DSCKMBBR f, ijkt TUt WBK.HEFOBE:ONGBESS. The CoDgrcti, which meets thin day at the 'Cpltol, is Inrcited with' grand privileges and charged vvjth "grave responsibilities. Their opportunities for doing good or work ing tU to the nation are inch as fall to the lot of but Jew "Congresses." The legislation for thlrty-stx States Is devolved upon the , Representatives of twenty-six Statei, under circumstances which increase their added re sponsibilities an hundred fold. Had there been no rebellion, no revolution, no civil war; had the Representatives of ten States obtained "leare of absence" at a time when everything 'was working well with all' the States, tho additional labor Of legislation might hare been assumed by the twenty-tix with a reasonable prospect of, discharging thelrjnereased duties to the satisfaction of the whole country. But In this crisis the extraordinary legis...

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. — 3 December 1866

.THEaDEMRMEMS. .am aa ' ' "M sh9W -.l Cf Ti i r" ie ", ,h.-M yi n ,HtToiraitJElB omoui' t SSL suaswirXl5SSJ , S'Af jpahoaf jvhti1 hare ler-red u Toiimteer ueOcen-In theCniU4",,8tatei,N'aTvtar.tW erai ofUwo'.'yeers, and who desire to be es emlned ' for1 admission to th regular NaTj, rtM prOTlded in the act of 'Ooo(rroai approved ,;JiiIy 2811866, vfll t once make application,' aaareaaea lo'uommodore b.av mi, iiart- TJfotd; Oonn., who' wUl","ittly. them jrlitti.to appear. Those who do not main application "Prior to tbj lit of January next, or who do ' not present themselTei when notttiedVwfll b j C coDsioereti ai qaTing Tnuvet weir ciawi ivr elimination. - Candiditetwfll takei.vclth them, when' innimoned, their offlclal papers .Viiwlng their jiVal record.'?-' '". & vs i-.-sr-j '-.:'' ? oidwi will.,-' , j r-' .B. SeercUiy of the Natty. '.'lWipa'tchM hT been receded by the Nary -DettartmentfromOept Win. Beynolds, com 'maadm the United Blates- iUamer' Mcka- vrenne, under date of Octob...

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. — 3 December 1866

THE HATIOirAIr BIMBHOAIf J READINO FOR THE MILLION. CIRCULATE! CIRCULATE! CIRCULATE! It li minir.itlj tr Hal Ik. polilleal eapiln upon which tta. ooantrj I Jail ntirl't I' ' irlltl of tut Importaiiea. Upon it will daprai tbt daaraat totaraaU of tba TJoltad Bute Qomamant od paopla. Uariag paiaad thro.ga tha ordaal of drll war triampbastlj, It ramalni to ba dacldad wbatbat tha l.gUlmata frnlti ot tba oilttd iabora o taoaa wko ssltad, wltboul wptetofpartj, for tba p.-MarrtloB of tba OoT.rnmaot aball bo Uraad It oltttr iibai, ud tba dliaotoa wUoa Soatbani taUla aould not aegompllih ahaO ba (faotal bj Hortharn palltlelwu. TOE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN bu alM.i btttlad for tba QoTarcmaiit ud tba ttg, aad now, wban dlarapllon of tba TJaloa ja ooartad bj oxtramlata wbo, ttfidar tba golM of pora patriotic principle, ara nTanou for political power aad ploco, Ika NATIONAL REPUBLICAN itlll battlti for tha saf of oar Union. It U to bo an nrdnou atraggla, and wo aak In all llneerltj that tbo frlendl of...

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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