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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 August 1861

-V h THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED KVERY MORNING, (dUNPAYS EZOCrTED,) (lb Serrntli alreet, noar K, opposite the Gauoral Poit Office, by W. J. MURTAGH & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers fix and a quarter oenU pr week, payable to the carriers. To. mail subscribers, time dollars and fifty esnts per annum, payable in advance. I NATJQNAL 11EPUBLICAN. for the Nallonil Republican. AMEHICA1 AME11ICAI IT RICUAKD'WIIIUIIT. Suggested by the perusal of a printed patriotic song by Mist II. It. II. It. a young lady of Washington city. 11 Anuria I America I the horn of the bravo, No tot can subdue thee, no tyrant cnalai a " America! America! Land of the bravo and free! A daughter of thine own strikes up her favorite harp to thee ; O'er the bright golden strings, Her practiied band fllngj, And of Freedom and Union enchantlngly ilnga. Hilt I her patriot-song not a foe can inbdae, Or tear from 1U flag-staff the red, white, and blue; While careering on high, With a bold, aearchlng eve, Our Ea...

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. — 6 August 1861

miMi , 111 rubHoatlon Offlr., minor of Miana avenue rt ?" Mrrrt. Perot for Mis of pawri on FtiU street, oppoiiui llm General roftOfflce. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH CO. oEonon r. wfhtom, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, August 6, 1861. a No advertlaemanu or Doticaa, exocpt to regular ad. Trlicrl, will t uuerted without ijmol In advauce. I" See 6rst and fourth pages, for interest !nK miscellaneous matter. ' The forty-one thousand dollars due Vir ginia under the land distribution act of 1841, and which that State has hitherto refused to receive, was paid over the other day to Got. Pinpoint. 1 Howell Cobb is to take command of a regiment, of which seven companies are al ready organized at Richmond. He will be less dangerous to us as a colonel than he was as the Secretary of our Treasury. Ex Governor Wise. Richmond papers of tho 2d instant, cot firm our conjecture that Wise's retreat is upon Lewiaburg, in the direc tion of Covington, and not towards Staunton, as stated by one of our...

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. — 6 August 1861

i LOCAL NEWS . ft! CITY COUNCILS. Monday, Augtut 5. r I Itninn n r Al.tjERME!f. The JWnl mot at tlio usual hour, uud whs called to order by tho President.' Present, all the members except Messrs. Dove, Fisher, and Wendell. A communication was received from the Mayor approving certain acts. Also one covering the following nominations : J. H. Qoddard, chief of police. W. D. Serrin, B. L. Mastln, C. O. Eckloff, V7. H. Fanning, J. H. Suit, J. F. Kin;, B. Klopfer, P. Oormley, Jacob Ab, Oe6rge Don aldson, F. S. Edelin, J. Z. Williams, J. M. Liojd, Josiah BeitzeJL Reuben' Collins, W. H. Bright, nud E. J. Mo Henry, police officers. S, S. Taylor, commissioner of improvements for the eastern district, aud Joseph E. Haw lings for the western district. William Morgan, tax clerk, in place of F. McNerhauy, rejected. F. W. Mead, physician to the poor in the seventh ward, in place of J. E. Willet, resigned. Thomas A. Browu, clerk of the Northern Market. liuury L. Oettier, inspector and Upper of wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 August 1861

lr- NATIONAL REPUBLICS OFFICIAL LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Passed at the Firit Session of the Thirty.seventh Congress. Poblic No. 31. AN ACT to increase the consular representa tion of the United States during the present insurrection. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Representatives of the United Statu ofAmericm in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States may, bj and with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoint consuls at any foreign ports where he shall deem it ad visable for the purpose of preventing piracy, with such compensation, not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars per annum, as he shall think proper, to hold their offices respectively during the pleasure of the President, and, in every case, such compensation to cease with the res toration of internal peace within the United States. And the President may, during the present insurrection, increase tno compensa tion of any consuls in foreign ports, if he shall deem it necessary, so as not, howeve...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1861

I F i t h wfrrtii THE NATIONAl'REPUBLIIDAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (tiumuTS Ksurmli,) U Sentb elroet, near K, opposite the General Post Office, bj- W. J. MUHTAfrU 4 CO. terms. To city subscribers six and a quarter cent par wrek, payable to the carrteis. 1 To1, inall subscribers, three dollar add fifty OcnU per annum, payable In advance "NATTONAli JREPtlBLt. ATEXAN Ma3ob! 'S""j Overhauling the log book of our merqory the other da j, wo camo across the came of a popu lar comic nctorr Jim Willi whom many of our play-goers remember, and who was espe cially laniona for his style of siugiog " Bily Barlow." We think he playid last at the Na tional iu Boston, some twenty years ago. Ho wag n queer compound the cause ut much mirth in others, but never laughing himself. Iu tact, be, whose lichtest word " set the table On a roar," was a mtlancholy man through life, and finally, in a fit of depression, took himsc'll off IbW sublunary elage. lie was the hero of Many a queer adventure, of whic...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1861

I! fvMwalmn office, corner of Tndtaaa avenos Md tiw street. Iini (hr Mileof papers on Parrota street, opposit the General llwt Ufflce. PUBLISHED BY W J. MURTAGH CO OKOBOn M. WESTON, Rdllor. "NATIONAL" REPtmLTPAN. Wednesday, August 7. 1861. jfarNo advarUsrinaDia or-BOtKM, eioepl lo regular ad vtrturcrs, wUI ba tsaertrd without payment la a4vaac. J9See firs' and fourth pages, for Interest Ins; miscellaneous matter. General Bailer has returned to Fortress Monroe. sW The statement that Colonel Miles was drunk daring the battle of July 21, !i contra dicted by many witness?". 9 The pay of volunteers is increased from eleven to fifteen dollars per month. t3" Colonel liurnside has been appointed a brigadier. JttT The Star bas a story, furnished by a Mr. Collius, of the whipping, at or near Mem ihii,. of Miss Oernstcin, a young lady from d.ne. We hope 'here is some mistake about 'i. (9 It is reported, from Harper's Ferry, that con raband negrces, claiming to have escaped from seceasiou matte...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1861

If ' J m LOCAL MMS. Mutiku or tub Public School Trustees. The Trustees held their moulhlj meeting yts terduy afternoon iu the Aldermen's room, City Hull. The Board was calltd to order by Or. Ironside, wheu tho roll was vailed, and the lol lowiug noted at absent: Messrs. Larcombe, Ames, Lawrenson, McKnew, and Cassell. The monthly reports from the most of the schools were received and filed. The v hair laid belore the Board a copy of the report of the committee to answer the resolu tion passtd by the City Councils on the 13ih of May. The report is accompanied by statements showing that at the time of the adoption ot the resolution there were in the schools 194 children of six years ol age, 259 of seven, 297 of eight, and 31 of over sixteen. The number of fami lies having more than two children in the schools was 604. The number of children waitiug ad missiou iu the first district was 3, in the second 10, in the third ltJ3, and in tba fourth 70. The number of sessions of the night scho...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 August 1861

..v. e "C-pv-iwjmwi .u: NATIONAL Tx&UBLICAN. OFFICIAL. LAWS OF TUB UNITED STATES -rfl Passed at the Firtl Session of the Thirty-setenth Congress. Public la. 2S. AN ACT providing fur the better.organization Ol ine military eaiuuusumeuu B if enactsd by the Senate ami Houtt of Representatives of tht Cnited Statei of America in'Congress assembled, That the President be, aud be Is hereby, authorized to appoint, by and wiih the advice mid consent of the Senate, an officer in the War Department, to be called the Assistant Secretary of War, whoso salary shall be three thousand dollars per annum, payable In the fame manner as that of the Secre tnty of War, who shall perform all such duties in the iffise ot Ike Secretary of War, belonging to thi Department; as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of War, or as may be required by law. Sec. 2. .dnii be it further enacted, That the President be, aud he is hereby, authorized to np point, by and with the ad?ica and consent of the Senate, in ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1861

. r.l Ji't- JW.ii""" j ' i n " f : : FHE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PtJBMBHKD EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) u Seventh street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by W. J. MUBTAGH i. CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING." One square, threo days' $l.i)0 Ono.squnre, four davi...... l.-'5 One square, fire days JjiO One square, six days 1,75 One square, two woeku 2.76 One square, tnrea weess 1. 3.50 Une sqnare, onomontn 4.00 One square, threttinonthSA 10.00 une square, lit montus.. 10.00 us.a1 une square, one, year 30.00 TSR it 3. To city lubseriben ill and ft quarter cent er week, payable, to tbo carrier. To mall subscriber!, three dollars and fifty ints per annum, payable In advance. Breryoiner day odTertuements, nny per cent, additional ; onoe a wek adTertlsenicnta charged new tor eaca insertion. Inserted only, once, ten cents a line. Adrertlsements inserted !nBidc33J per cnni. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THU'jiY, AUGUST 8, 1661. i -i . inH adrance. Ten line or less constitute a square. ' lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1861

Tw"wJwmfJugiuMi.niiiiMi.t - Ai--- - lh 5! Ii It' If U concluded FROM riRST rxoE. said assessors shall furnish to the collectors of tho several collection districts, respectively, within thirty five days after tho apportionment ia com pleted, is aforesaid, a certified copy of such list or lists for their proper collection districts, and 'in default of performance of the duties enjoined on the board of assessor! und assessors, re spectively, by this section, they shall severally and individually forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars to theuse of the United States, to be recovered in nny court having competent jurisdiction. And it is hereby enacted and de clared that the valuation, assessment, equaliza tion, and apportionment, made by tho eaid board of n-sessors, ns aforesaid, shall be and i remain in full forco and operation fur laying, levying, and collecting, yearly and every year, tho annual direct tax by this act laid and ira l posed, until altered, modified, or abolishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1861

F S Publication Office, corner of Indiana Anna and rVcond r t. Hi ml for lain of papers on Hevtnlh slreel, oppot lit 10 (Icnrral I'ost Oflko. 'UBMSHED BY W. .T. MUBTAQH k CO. UEORDK M. WKSTON, Kdltnr. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, August 8, 1861. 43 No advertisements or notices , txctpt to regular ad erthwrs, wlU b UiMrttd without payraaat in advance. CSF The bills passed by the House increns' ng the number of cadets and mldshtpmeu, ailed in the Senate. 8 Gen. Rufus King has been assigned a ommand at Baltimore, under Qen. Diz. B-J. C. Lamon, of Bnffalo, New York, las had accepted a regiment of cavalry. Jtgy" Tho pay of volunteers is increased to hliteen dollars per month, and not to fifteen. Jgy California dates to July 27 state that Fort Buchanan has been attacked by the Apaches, who carried off four prisoners and levcnty-llvo mules. O Prince Napoleon and suite returned om their visit to Mount Vernon nt n late lour on Tuesday night. Owing to the intense beat, two of their horses f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 August 1861

! IM I ' Office of the Secretary and Treasurer, FolDUH's H'H, i JV ar the Ciiy if Washington SELED PROPOSALS will be recelv.d at this office until Tuesday, (no"n ) the 20lb )f Augu-t, 1861, for the construction of to ulldlg, a the Soldier's Home, somewhat slm Jar to the two now there, known ai ifficcra' luarters. i Tho plana and specifications mar be examined !,' at this office, where all information relative to !' the location and character of the buildings will !jj Je given. i,l Every offer for the construction of these build ,' Ingi must be accompinied bj a responsible writ- teu guarantee that, If tin bid should be accepted, tha part or partirs will, within ten days, enter , Into an obligation, with good and sufficient ae i' Curl tr to erect ihe proposed building according to the plana and specifications which have been, l or may hereafter be furnished and adopted. The proposals will state the difference between facing the walls with while stone or marble, similar to the building...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 August 1861

.THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT KOBVIHO, (SDNDATS UOBCTID,) On Seventh street, near K, opposite the General Poit Office, by -W. J. MTJRTAGH k CO. TERltB. To city. abseriber tiz- and a quarter cont per week, payable to the carrlert. To mall inbicrlben, three dollari and fifty eenU per annum, payable In advance. Cjs V.jf, sua -U 7i:, Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY, ATJG-TJST 9, 1861 isffflatt. ' l iH M. 1 bHj bH LK. LH iLv y Lm. bV i LV 1 , i7 ii r A .-. ill vl "ii ii r I'.-i.iTi'. "t , ;, ,! ,-; giam. -i r rLi u ' i ? ijfini' -nil FJ 1,0 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Patted at the Firit Seititm of the Thirty.tevmth Congrett. IPcdlio No. 41.1 AN ACT supplementary to an act entitled " An act to authorize a Natu national Loan, and for other purposes." Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative oj me unuea states oj America in Congrett assembled. That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to Issue bonds of the United S...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 August 1861

r Kjgmfrjwg-z. acre ?Offli )f A bulli! ar t art Th' 1 ;thol. I, J I, ,n' Into curit ., totl : torn !. T , full ', tlm) ,1' bcli ! J , otht :, ii 1 &' . Bor 'and F' for an tf to ta W 1 M ai cl 'i Mo, I , C 8 ti fc i P i I t Publication Office, corner nf Indnna ivfnn arM rVeond street Per1 f"r ' of I!" na " '", ,lr",i "ppooiw lli General rnst Office, PUBLISHED DY W. J. MPKTAQH h CO. 'oEOBQK M. WESTON, Kdllor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, August 9, 1861. ,WNo advertiMineiiU or notlcw, except to regular ad vuttfier, will be Inserted without TttVmtDt In adrioce WSf The office of the National Republican has been removed to the northeast corner of Seventh and D streets, over W. D. Shepherd's bookstore. OUT TO-DAY. Tho Weekly National Republican, full of the most interesting and entertaining matter, is out to-day. If you want a paper containing a full account of all the important matters trans piring in and around the Federal Metropolis, bay the National Republican. Price fonr cents. $&a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 August 1861

LOCAL NEWS. m Movements of the Military. Tilt: FIRST PENNSYLVANIA ARTILLERY HEOIMENT. We had barely time in yesterday's paper to announce the arrival of thia fine regi ment the first regiment of volunteer artillery ever organized. It is composed of eight com panles, and numbers over eight hundred men. This regiment has forty-eight guns, (six for each company,) of which thirty-two have already arrived. They are 6. 12, and 24-pounders, a large proportion of which are rifled. Many of the officers and men have seen active service, and the progress in drill of the others has been very rapid. The officers are : Lieut. Colonel, C. T. Campbell, commanding. Senior Major, A. Lewis. Junior Major, A. H. Danforth. Adjutant, achellenberger. Quartermaster, Bent. Surgeon, Dr. Riley. Company A Captain Easton, Lieutenants Paulsgrade and Slits. Company B Captain Cooper, Lieutenant LesbiL Company C Captain Simpson, Lieutenants Burns and Barnes. Company D Captain Flood, Lieutenants Dougherty and McLaugh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 August 1861

nwftVinSBtiitfw v"mricv it lii ! SB ?0. IftK. ;.W l-SJ I be IB . int' fcu lh fac tin ' fee I mi 'oil 1 : ft dt fo' tc I" It u M a il !c s ti Is I ,' Offloe of the Secretary and Treasurer, Solpiir's Hrai, X-ar the City of Washington. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received At this office until Tuesday, (noon,) the 20th of August, 18C1, for the construction of tiro bulldligs, at the Soldier1! Home, somewhat sim ilar to the two now there, known as officers' quarters. The plana and specifications may be examined at this office, where all Information relative to the location and character of the buildings will be given. Every offer for the construction of these build ings must be accompanied by 6 responsible writ ten guarantee that, if the bid should be accepted, the party or parties will, within ten days, enter into an obligation, with good and sufficient se curity, to erect the proposed buildings according to the plans and specifications which hare been, or mar hereafter be furnished and ado...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 August 1861

s,,' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVERY MORKINO, (SONDATB EXOITTED,) On Seventh street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by W. J.' MUBTAQH & CO. RATES OP ADVERTISING.. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days , 1,26 One square, fire days 1.50 One sqnare, six days , 1,75 One square, two weeks 3.T6 Onosquare, three weeks 3.B0 One'squoiv, We' month 4.00 One square, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One square, one' year, . i ......30.00 aSSnmi fireryoiner day advertisements, arty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged a new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. AdrertlsemenU Inserted Inside, 33J per oent. adrance. Ten line or lees constitute a tqaan. TERMS. To city subscribers iix and a quarter cent! per woek, payabte to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty oents per annum, payable In advance Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1861. No. 217. NATIONAL TtEPUBLICAN. THE TR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 August 1861

sw mi i ii m wjy'rv:'J-:v;5aMiMCTii lJ i . r T-.T j,;,;.'.;. ii n' ii'im i JwiipyIMgrtiwiTlWi aaiiriiwttLiMMUiwaaatwwiwi!i PuMioUoa Cfflce, comer of tmluiM tvmui) Mil Socond iirMt Prpot rorutooT prrs on HTtnlh street, oppwlte Um flc niW ro-i Offlc. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH CO. IIKOKOK M. WESTON, Kdllor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, August 10, 1861. J- No drti'nirtu or doUcm, tier pi to regular td T misers, will be io'crtcJ without rarmmt la 4Tnci. JsThe President yesterday appointed Maj. Randolph B. Marcy, paymaster United States army, to be inspector general of the army, with the rank of colonel. 'Mr. Breckinridge was serenaded on Thursday evening at the Eutaw House, Balti more, by friends, whose political complexion was marked by their cheers for "Jeff. Davis" and " Beauregard." Mr. Breckinridge attempt ed a speech in reply, bat was cut short by the hisses and outcries of the patriotic portion of the people who were present. 8" A regiment was marched through Penn sylvania aven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 August 1861

a LOCAL NEWS. Movements of the Military. AltBlVAL OF TUB NINETEENTH INDIANA. The nineteenth Indiana regiment tbe first regiment from that State which has yet reached here arrived by rail at four o'clock yesterday morning. It has the fall number of men, 1,046, with stout, hardy frames, and one uniformed in gray cassimere. They bring with them a drum and fife corps of ttrenty-fonr pieces, and will be joined by a band of twenty 'pieces next week. Two companies are armed with the Enfield rifle, and the others with the regulation muskets ; bat it is expected that the entire regi ment will soon be furnished with the Enfield arm. The following is a list of the officers t Field and Staff Colonel Solomon Meredith, Lieutenant Colonel Cameron. Major A. Back man, Adjutant J. P. Wood, Quartermaster James S. Drum, Quartermaster's Sergeant Baker, Surgeon Dr. Woods, Assistant Burgeon Dr. Henrick, Chaplain Rev. Dr. Dale. Companies were formed in regard to tbe seniority of captain's commissions, as f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 August 1861

JsiSrrjSftsSESiiaKSs ssswwnjwnsrcnsS AM '"v-cWT&rWT&rji I'- !' Office of the Secretary and Treasurer, SoLDim's Hrili, JV ar the Ciiy ef Washington. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at Ibis office until Tuesday, (non,) the 20th of August, 1881, for the construction of two butldiags, (it the Soldier's Home, somewhat elm llr to the two now there, known aa ifficers quarters. The plans and specifications may be examined nt this office, where all Information relative to the location and character of the buildings will be given. Every offer lor the construction of these build ing must bs nccomp inled by a responsible writ ten guarantee tint, If the bid should be accepted, the party or parties will, within ten days, enter Into an obligation, with good and sufficient se curity, to erect the proposed buildings according to the plans and specifications which hare been, or may hereafter be. furnished and adopted. The proposals will ttatothe difference between facing the walls with whit...

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