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

mar, iiiiwm n i. " sits JZt.s tfOLstL A j i i. '"'"I'll "T'l'l'W nmm "M"" ' " ' M i , mo -imV- 7 , ..jai, i,-. jimf-ir, o I .' xfjjry ' T -! 8 t ; V S V y 1B Iireraill i i i I. .." "i v X "' A ft ' ' . I. I SI..,. , ,. . . . ..... . I VOL. I. I .. NATIONAL IlEPllitlCAN. - Prof. Mitchell has accepted the proffered brigadierthlp, and cima to this city a few day 'ugo lo enter upon Us tlntlir, when be was In formed of the tudden deaUiioCMs wile, who was. stricken down In mplcctic,Dt,pd continued tinconscldns until herdetth. Twice before (two yean ago and last year). Mm. M has. suffered from theiatoe caltse. , jZV We learn that Sen&tor Wilson has. after (having the matter nnder consideration, accept d an appointment on Ge,n. McClellatri stair, which Iwas, several days ago, tendered to bin by that gentleman. ttla'troes not Interfere with the organization ol a regiment la Massachusetts, with a flying batUryCf artlllrryttached, au thority to raise which wai obtained on Tuesday last. Sen...

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. — 23 August 1861

N Jc A. NATIONALJREPUBLICAN. Published Daily, SiiikIiija Cxrfplnl, BY V .T MTJltTACm A- CO Of n. M. We. Ion. Killlor. W Tho publication ortlce of the A'alfojol Republican Is at the nortboast corner of D and Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Fritlaj. August 23, 1861 TO ADVKIITISK11S. Thi circulation of the Rational Republican U now much larger than that of all the other dallies published In and out of Washington cir culating In this city combined, (with one ex ception,) and Is rapidly Increasing. In ad dition lo Its city subscriber, It ha also ft very large circulation In the various camps surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It l therefore, an excellent me. nlnm for advertising. 'Ill CAMPAIGN IN MISSOURI. At Bird'' I'olnt, on ibe lClh, there wero foui r'glmenls under Colonels McAilhur, Wallatf, Dougherty nndl.awlet. At Rolla, on tbe lfilh, there were four regl m?nts, the thirteenth, fourteenth, and filteenth ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 August 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To Ailvcltlncra. Nearly lour thousand copies f Hie ttiintd lican are circulated among the limiting popula tion every day, besides too largo numbsrserved to regular suhsorlbors. Advertisers will take note accordlnglyi Resrare. The lad who, early yesterday morniog, stole from the porch of the dwelling-home on Sixth near 11 street, two copies or the JlepuhUean, which had juat been Ihiown there by the cur rier, Is Informed that he was Men In the act nl pilfering, and, at hie next call, mar receive the punishment he so Jmtly merits. Frequent loss es of newspapers from that porch now render It probable that the boy Is an old offender. The Anlt-Mqnor'Lin, The actof Congress approved August 5, 1881, entitled "An Act to nrolt iltilthe ante nf snirihtmiA liquors and intoxicating drinks in the DUlrici o) Columbia, in certain cases," provides " tht It shall not be lawful for any person In the Die' trlct of Columbia, to sell, give, or administer to any soiaieror volunteer mine servic...

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

MAILS AND RAILROAD. AiiuANUtctiictvr me -i tin jii n.. At Tin Waiiiiv mi I'ITT I'o-t'" I he iVortWn JjiIiMujch at 1 u ilosk mil J ' t,k PM.datl) and arrives at 0 11 A M and 0 The 114'ni V.ifl closes t 1 o dock P M and nr rives at 10 ho o c.-ck A M dill) ..,., ,.d ,, 0 The .Vortw.n .Vj.7 Uo.cs at lot ocl a J; a at ii .rrar.-i'TKi.M.A and. 'J4M,,,y,nc1o 4S.I- H and., Tl office wmorenforilellveryst 1 o'clock AM dally and clw at so P M., dally. tPt,0,n 8"? dly Vhen It will P-n aM Coy r o clockA i AiMnttiir afiiu . 1 3 on1 remalnlni 0ien tlll-p M LK1VH CLEl'HAXB,' -W jtitkII vriTm MILITRY HOfTKI SPEf.ll. .VOTICCTO TRWELLER8! c HANtliCM JIOIIHS' On and aft.r MONDU August Pth 1MI rss enicr Tralni will ran follow Leav Washington at n and 7 JO A M ,2 to an I 45 1" M arriving at Ilvltlmoreat 7 11 an into A M , und at 4 0. and T tO 1 51 Leave llaltlmore at 4 -" and 9 40 A Jt and .1 tv and A I M arrivlugat Wntliiujton at Hand 10 !! v. M , and at IS 50 and a 11 P M Passenger Trains leaving Woshl...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 August 1861

- ""vsi,kv (rJ) J. 7SM U Y 1 J ! A Li. pittimtiil UpttMiiim VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1861. NO. 229. ,v.V NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From INcnlnj'i K.HiIn? Edition. NO INTKIIFKUKNCK PIIOM KSGLAI1D. 1 rom tlio London Tost (ttic Ooternmcnt organ) of Auguit8. Tho question of belligerent rights continues to excite tbo virtuous Indignation ol the North era presf. The lew short, courleoiif, nnd Bm pathtslng words which hci Mnjestj' fppii.li lodU'ds arc sure 1 1 il lnfoliitcrprtleil 01 the other bide or Ihc Allaullc. It Is of no uso tu tell our American contemporaries th.it 11 posl tion of neutrality Is both tho interest nml the duty ol this country. Thnyute Irritated and offended btaiute England liai nol formally uhkd and abetlal Hit cause of the .Yorii bi) declai inij the secessionists to be tebels and tmitois, 116 6efieto that the Government rf this ciunlry can only deal with dejurc UoLcnimenls. It is a fad thai the South liai achieved independence ; und, even if It were not so...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 August 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rnblMml Dally, Sunday. Excepted, HY W J MOBTAQH CJO- ... CJco. M. Wettan. Kditor. Wf Iho publication office of the JValiorutf lbpuNtcan Is at the northoast corner of D and Hevonlh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on BovenUt street. Salnnlay, AurhsI 21, 1861. (()UITIOtl OF TUB BREMVi To judge from one class ol accounts, it lntgni l believed Hut the hostile aimy In Virginia I- belug lavaged by disease, and that the ill clad, lll-ful, und unpaid survivors will very oon dipere, under the influence of disatls Licllon and want. If that is so, the lafest and inot humane couic, is to leave the enemy to tho operation ot time, without attempting to nuko an attack npon his lines. This Is a pleas ing suggestion, but there Is hardly sufficient "i ound lor it. Tlieio ii no lcason why the enemy should not be well fed, and no evidence that he Is not Crops throughout the Sooth have b:en good, .nd e-pecially lu the gieat farming and gtaln exporting sta...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 August 1861

I LOCAL NEWS. TsfAliverttierl Noarly four thousand ooples of the JVimd Main are circulated among the fluallng popula lion every itay.bcaldes ihalarge number son ed to regular subsoiibors. .Advertisers will lako uolo accordingly. . 6Jf uiiUii-t iitiiiiiUni; Tho regiment of TJIslrlcjl olUnloerS alllho xed to bo ralsod bv Colonel Juntos A. Tall, f i.i i..ikTAiimii tinarii ltAitittlnn. htiHulroadt some five companies mttslerud Into scrilto, .unl a large squad la svv urn In nearly every da). Bill, oiling to the fact that tho yiiartornuslei 'a and r..mmluiri'i ilrinertmont have employed a largo number of men who woto lately in our three months hattatluus, and many are also In Uen. Blnke's column, besldos a largo number who have been mustorod In villi Now York and othor stato regiments, great difficulty has been iperlenoeit Tn recruiting here. In vlow .r .!. f.nta unihneitv haM been obtained from tho War Department, by Col. Talt, to accept andi m, .ir nwrow" "UT ?,, ,7 firm and well trlod ...

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

v MAILS AND RAILROAD. i llltAURMHMT OS" T11K MAIM, V At int WAsin-eoroirCiTT Post Orrtcr.. r M . dally and arm ee t .10 A vra .. --V i . o i. . M. endOP. M. he mi Vail close; i t 1 o'clock T. M., and ar ,i," it 10 so o clock A M.. dally. Ihe Wrt v'", cl08c' lt 1 o'clock and at .. clock it M., dally , and arrive! at .lo A. M. and " Vho' ifeBi!i,i'i ViJ closes at 4.S0 P. M.; and ar- "Ylie office will open for delivery at 8 o'olock A.M., daily and close at , 30 P. H., dally, except on 8nn Ny'nlicti It will open at 8 and clone at lOo'olock A M . opening again at 8 P. M and renialnlne. open lill 7 P. M. LEWIS CLKPIIANE, V. M. TTNITKD STATES MIlsITAUY nOUTEt SPECIAL NOTICETO TRAVELLERS ! C 'HANOI': OF 1IOUKSI On and after MONDAY, August 19th, UeU, Pas cnger Trains will run as follows- .., lleav-s Washington at a and 7 SO A. M., -.80 and 5 44 P M.s arrtTingat lultlraoreat 7 45and 10 A. M , nml at 4 05 and 7.TO P M. !.., llaltfmAM at 1 .rai and R.40 A U.. ana 3 45 and 6 r. M ; arriving at W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 August 1861

nTHPvKwta $t$Mkw VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1S6I. NO. 230. M&taial NAtlONAL REPUBLICAN. S ,,,77 . Prim Kntuhlay'. Buning Ftlltinn. Miumknts of Mrs. Limoi.n at Lomi bliAlii Mm. Lincoln, worlod by ex Gov tiuor NcW.ll, anil a select party, went on a trip along the toast to visit ocvtral of Ih station homes o' the coaH ginrd, organlrcil to iiHom- ami succor tho mtrlntra wrecked alon( this Jersey sbore. Tho trip occupied about llirui bourn, and during tho all"rnoon an exhibition n tho prac'lcul hui kings of th's const Rualil sjtteni wai given Iroin the buicb in lioul vl 111" MauMoii House. Tho bents wcici Lnniih-d, and luu through ttaFurf; a line shot auon an luminary Vessel fiom a mortar, and the tt'c or tho 'life car was very finely lllu? HaUd. This exhibition concluded, Mrs L gave a reception to a nuWrous party ol ladies and gentlemen. Doilswof'lh'a band uflorwarOs rercnaded Mrs j and parly, and balloons were tent up until sundown. After sunset there was a splendid dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 August 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. I'nblhhrd Dully, Sundayi Empltd, MY V. J MUliTAQU CO. i Urn. M. Wiiltn, Kdltor. tf Iho publication office of the Wational Ivpublnan In at the northoast comer of-D and H-ienth street, 6econd floor, oyer W. D. 8hep Imnl's store. Kntrance on Seventh street. Monday, AugHSt W, 1861. ,sJ-Hon. JaredW. Fuller, of the executive council ol Maine, and Hon. S. II. Blake, late Attorney General of Maine, are both here, commissioned by Gov. Washburn to look alter Iho atlalr of the Maine rcKlmenti. Mr. Fuller is at the National, and Mr. Blake is at Wlllards. M AH. Y LAND. I r the Ireuiy of secession was a disease to be i cached and cured by reason, one would imag iue flat the course of events since April would have extinguished whatever tendencies todls mlon existed in Baltimore at that period. It wiii theu thought by many to be probable that ull the slave States, Including Missouri and Kentucky, would join the Southern Con ledcracy : but It Is now certain that those two Slates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 August 1861

xiWci&uti teas3aruFfauui.iWMrt J LOCAL NEWS. To AtttrcrtlSers. Nearly four thousand copies of the llqmj. hi.au arc circulated among the floating popula tion every itay.bosldes theUrge uumbenverteil In repdlur subsurlbora. Atfvorll.era nllllako iiute accordingly. Arrest of Mayor Berret! .iVTMOJT OF THE COVJTCUjS A SUCCESSOR TO BE ELECTED. CirTAI!, T1MILL AND DEUTE.XAMr WILWi, of the jiumb uurps, mm LADY REBELS ARRESTED! More Arresls-Amonjj Then an Alleged ooulliern i!orrespomIft l Owing In Iho arrest of Mayor llirret, liy ui 1I01 of the War Uonarltneut, Iho't'orpor.itlon attor ney, ou Hatiiiilay morning, add round a nolo lo William T. Dove, Ei., piosldontof the UmiiI ol AMerm in, lu i olallon thereto, and informing him that, agreeably to the pininlons r tho charter, an cloctlon hhouhl lio held In (III the plkce thus mado vacant. Accordingly, Mr. Dotro addressed a note to oacli momber of Iho Councils, loquestlng them to meot In tho after- At tho annotated hourqullORgoodly number o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 August 1861

GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. tlllOI'O.'SAI.H FOR ARMY WAGONS AMD I' AUHULANCB HARNESS. Oinaiii Amir Ciothixo anr Egci-aor., Comer tf Howard ami Mercer itreeti, .Vest York, Aya t3,W. FltOI'OSALS will be received I this office for liirnlshlng, by contract, Army Wsgon Harness. The rroiHl 'hould ' "w P" t which they ran be furnlshe d at the places of MHfketan, and S? price at which they can b d""" ihi depot, the number which can be made by the bid. .ler w thin one month alter reoelpt of the order, also Ihc number which he cm deliver within one W I he barncs mu-l exactly eonlorm to the follow-in- srcclrlcallons, ind to the established rtttcrna Four mule harness aa follow), to wit ; W1IF.KL. I mi I'ulliT!" -Ilrccch straps 8 feet A inehet long, .v. Inches wldc,tewedtnto ttlnoh rings of i Inch iron, hip atrip d feet 11 Incbea long, i; Inch's wide May pieces 2 feet long, ill Inehet wide, with I ' . Inch buckle I ; croaa straps to buckle into stay t.lecra. tt feet lone 1. inch wide: aide atiana 4 Icet ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 August 1861

-f5;..& Uatx0iwl IkpMiatt. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1861. NO. 231. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Ycitrrdn)'i Kunlng Edition. NOTKS UPON TUB WAR. Svhcston, wh ro Gen. 1'lilow Is posted, Is ten miles from Chatlcstown. Tho Utter place is on Ins ruitroad trom Bird's Point to Fulton, commonly called tho Cairo and Fulton, and was the scute of tho tecont gallant surprise ol a party ol the enemy, by Col. Dougherty, com mandlnij an Illinois rigiment Itmincrs sent out Irom ItolU, and who re turned ou Iho 22(1 Instant, reported thnt 7,000 cf McCullougb's force were then at Bolivar, twenty tivo miles north of Springfield ; that he had broken up his army Into detachments for the greater convenience (f subsistence, and that he was advancing upon Jefferson as rapid ly as his load quale moans of transportation permitted. Prisoners taken from us at Wilson Creek, but since released, report that there were 1,200 Chcrokees present at tho battle, but not par ticipating in It. and that Ihc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 August 1861

StXHl3G7-s-rsuii" - w - NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tublislictl Dally, Sundays Exttplnl, BY V. ,1 MUKTAQ11 & CO. Geo. M. Weston. Ktlltor. MP The publication offlce of the Xalional Hipublican I at the northeast cornor-of Dnd Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shop, herd's storo. Entrance on Seventh street. Tiif sclay, August 27, 1861. js.lt will be wsen pretty soon, whether the nllloni who Impute to the Secretary of War all (lie misfortunes of tho campaign on the Poto mac, termltntlng at Dull Run, will credit him I slon, but not the entire force. Secretary Chase with that KnrlH. nf victories which General Insisted that MoDowoll was the man for that TIIF. 8KL.KCTION OK CIKN. McDOH'KM.. The Washington correspondent of ke New Vork Herald says : " "This effort to ruin the reputation! of Gen. Bcott Is. still persistently followed ; hence the numerous statements that hare appeared In the journals abont what was done by Scott, a large nronoruon ot wnicn are a ounaie oi ues. man ufactured...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 August 1861

riTTrrTiTi T'iM' 'i fryflwr iyi LTBr?t!rYMFr: tj' jav ? LOCAL NEWS: To Ailvortltcra. fJonrly four thousand coplesof llio Hipud Item, are clrculatod among the floating popula tion over? day,be8ldos tholargo nnmborsorved to regular subscribers. Advertisers will talco UOto accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board up Ai.iikrmen. Tho Uo.ird met at tlio imual hour, and was called to ordor by llio l'rosldent. All llio mombora woro present, ox cent Mr. Wondoll. On motion of Mr. Drown, llio annual appro priation bill was taken from the tablf , and re ferred to tho Commlliee of finance. A communication was rccolvcd from llio ro ulster, transmitting the account? of tho receipts and oxpondlturos for the yoar ondlng Juno (lOth last. Tho rocqlpts were 2H.OOO. Tho papers weie ordered to be printed with the nrnrnnriiiiprf. A communication was received from the sur; x oyor, in nnstvor to a resolution from the Hoard calling on him for an ostlmato lor building n tower on Thirteenth stroot hotwecn K street an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 August 1861

V- ! &zr- ..;;JISIWWSSWB' Zfa)rarreni:3rvrMuuHi.)immnmiKm r.OVEUNMENT ADV'TS. Omir 01 Amir Cioim,,. ad Kgri irioi. Corner oflloMri and "V"?'!. .Vcw lork,Auga I 3, 1811. 1'ltopOIAL will be received I at thli i offlc. for yL.r.r.f. ...,h.rulilth can be made br the bid dcr within one month alter rMelpt of the Older: iitoollu r.umucr hdicii ne can aeuver witnin one WClio tianic mu ' exactly conform to the follow ing fi cct'ica tons, and to tiro eetabllshed patterns : Kiiirnul: hirnessai follows, to wit. WHEEL. 1o ijullir Irccc'i straps 3 feet 6 Inches lone:, li.ihe. wide tewed luto 14 inch rlngaof i Inch ir.ui nlo ulrln 3 !eet 11 Inches Ion. 2f Inches w li nay tlcccs:! feet long,2!f Inches wide, with l ' . hah ' ucVc. croM straps to buckle into ttajr pled-, t Itil long, i'i men wiac: riae simps 4 H'.tln4 i . huh wide; the straps 16 Inches long, t..l. . ! I. tfl.inrlnn li, a nAlnt ' 1 III VI I, I IV IW'. 1 ..1 " .-...... 1 w 1'n.liy liant' Long side 2 feet 8 Inches long, 9 tiu'.t.r i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 August 1861

(wwBwiiwm,.'.' ;,viillwwfflM yatt0ual kraMtr;m VOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1861. NO. 232. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Yesterday' Evening Edition. per Tlie court marital which has been In wlon nt Alexandria, baa acquittal Colonel MrCnnn of lliei charges lirougbt ngtliisl him. The men oi his regiment received the announce menl with Hie greatest riilliitl.uni. Tiik 1'oLiTtrAi. UiVPAinv Opkvkii iv Mahv- UNn. On Sal unlay lait, n nimbler Union meeting waa held at Illsiilg Situ, in Cecil county. It continued during tlu iliy, und w.i n, very li irnionioits nml etUliulastlo Urii'iti demonstration. Among the epeikiirfl were Hon. J. T. MtCulloh, J. B. Seidouslrleker, and Mr. Bradford, thn Union candidate for liny ernor. In the conrce of bli speech, lio pli'dged himself to the " uncompromising support of I lie Union and the Constitution, ng.ilnst nil nts.ill nte, come Irom whatever qnirlcr, or in wli.it ever guise whether ai men of war or as mem hers of a peace party." We. look wit...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 August 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PublMinl BY V .1 ll.iilj, Sitiiifd Eflt(l, muktaoii v Co Geo. .'! Wl KilUori j- The publication offlco of the A'aTional HepMwan I nt tlio northeast cornet of D and Seventh "tret, sevmid floor, over W. 1). Shep herd' store. Kn'rinre on Seventh street. Uriliiesday, August 2S, 1SC.I, COTTON. 1 he prlvnlf property of all the citizen or siibjfoH of on enemy, may be conflscatWI, ac- ronllng to the law of nations, Mid as n ell upon the luuil as upon the sea. It Is a popular or- tor. IL.it this right of corjuVation by the con cpieror Is conOned to property at sea. It Is If j' commonlypTerctseil upon the land,although vv 1th iifliclent frequency, and ao entirely at the dls rretlon of Hip conqueror, as to preserve the light fl cm being lost by disuse. Compulsory let les ol upplles, nnd (o called) contribution' unpoMil upon tow ni, are examples famlllir In the nio't modern wars, mitigated as they are tioin lint ancient rigor which not only stripped ihf ooniiuered ot everyt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 August 1861

" LOCAL NEWS. To Ailvertlacrs Nearly four llioul.iml copies nf llio, ..jMit. llcan ro tlrcul.ilr-il umong tlio lln.ithii; pLpiiU. Hon every (Uy.bciilJestlioIargoiiiimliur nerved to regular suliscriliui . AdvorllbOM nilltako nolo accordingly. Tlie l'ollre Comml.sloncra. Thn Bo.ird of Police hold their mooting yos torday afternoon In (leorcftOH n. The time was occupied principally In discussing the ilulms of randld.iteR for appointment. In relation to the appointment of patrolmen, It was agreed that they mint First. Do able to read and wrlle tho Engllih language. Recond. Be cltlrna of the United Slate. Third. Havo been resldeuMorthe Motropoll tan Police District during a term of two years preceedlng their appointment. ... 1'ourlh. Never havo been convicted of crime. I'lflh. At least Ave foot eight Inches In height. Sixth. Not over forty llvo or under twenty five years of age. .... . ... Soventh. Of good health and sound boilji and , ,. r.ighth. Of good moral character. The appointment...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 August 1861

GOVERNMENT ADVTS. I)llOI-U"IAI,H I 1 AMnt Oil AltM. ..H1 V . ., I. IIKM ? Orrici or Amir Ciotiiixijaihi Mi' """ (time r f IhiMnl ond Vrrctr t"' , l'KOl'OSALS ulll be received at this olne' for lurnlshlng, by contract, Army Wsgoa Harness 1 lie prop.isals .I.011M state Hie price at which they ranbeluiulHliedal the places or raannfac tun, an 1 tl,e irloe at wliMi I'"-)- '" b delivered Bt thl Irm't the number nlilJi can be made by Hit- bid derwHlilu '""' nn'1' """' "ltt of tin) oiler aleoltie number ildeh he can deliver wllhin one Ihe harness mn t exactly conform to I he feline, jug hi edilci'ions, and to the ertablilieil lattet tip I uiir mult harness as follows, to Hit WHhl.L. Io (jullora Urtecli straps 8 fict c Inches Ion i'j Inches wide sewed Into 14 Inch rings of '. Inch Iron hip strap 9 feet 11 Inches long, 2i4 Lichs wuie siay pieces J leetiong.se, Indies wide with 1 i loch buckles crosstrais to buckle inlo etaj lleees b lent long, l, lich wide side atiarJ 4 left long I), Inihnlde...

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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