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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 September 1861

nv w W-- , r " ?" 4'- -fr sz. trnr'w. Mrfc . a MtfS.J'. J - J W -J. fh" jw" uuw 1 1 pi iT-gy ii i il g .- ga -j'j '. in agjui'M wfji i yatt0ual JjUptfrliraii, VOL. I. . WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1861. NO. 238. ,..v.-v:vJMr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Yesterday's Eunlng Edition. J-ir Gen. Butler was at IhoWtir Dermilmuiil Ihh morning. rir Tho M ssourl Democrat cf Krlilny hhjb It his received tutelllRenco thnt Gen. lanu liau readied tort tcolt, Kansas, wiin x..;uu men, and ii fortifying lliu nelgliborhood. J&3" Col. Howaid, of tho third Maine regi ment, and Col. Jninhon, l.ilo of tho rtvond Maiuo reglm ut, bare been appointed brlgn licr generals. They both parllclpa'ed honor ably In tho battle of July 21. Col. Howard Is u West 1'olnt graduate. Viuimnck Committees. -Wo undcirtaril that apowcrfulorganlzitlonls beginning lodevclopo ltwlf throughout the country, of n seer t nnluro, but of great cflicicnuy. lis oporalir.ns liuve been inspected at various points, but no clue to ...

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. — 4 September 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. "rnblihfiTDaily, SmulajJ Bireptttl, BY V. .) MOKTAQII CO Oco. M. " attlllor. tr The publication ofllco of the Xalional 11, publican is t the norincasi cornor m u uu Neventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shop hard' "tore. Entrance on Sovonth street. Wednesday, September 4, 1861. rnosPKCTiT ok the daily ha- TIO.VAI. HKPf I1LIOAN, I'l'BLfolla.li iT WiSUIXOTON, D. 0. The attention or the friends of Republican principles, throughout the country, is Inviteil lo the subscription terms, as (jlven below, of (be MriVy Xalional Republican. It is the only paper published at tho National capital, which sustains the views of public policy, upon which the profcnl AdruinMrutlon -was broiisht Into power. Tbc postage' lo mall subscribers is rhlrt). nine cents per quarter, or one dollar and fifty rl cents per unnuui. This makes, with the ubecriplion price of three dollars and Illty icnts per annum, an aunual cost of only live dollars and bW cents. All treaties and acts ol Congr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 September 1861

-tiia-v tv-Wi-i-. " -. -?.. VT tTf.ff- A LOCAL NEWS. To ifilvtrtla.ra NoArljr four thousand coplrn nf ilm 7fr-inl-Ucan nro olrculaloil among tliP.fliMtltm pupula. tlon every tlsy, besides lliclarco number served to regular subscribers. Advrrllfnrn will take nolo accordingly. MctltlC of the Public Scltnol TriistcM. The Board nf I'ubllo School Truilics met In tbo Aldermcns' oh.imber yesterday Hfiorumin, when all tho mombors woro prcnont excopt Messrs. l'rlro und Amei. Dr. r. S Walsh Introduced tbo Mayor to the board, who Is tt officio Presldont. tir. i.uwrcnco uiicreu certain ruici lor 1110 govornmont of toachers, and, a Tier dobato, thoy vvcrc.nn motion of Mr. llolmoad, referred to tho uonvnlltoo on rutos. Dr. Ironsldomald ho had been Instructed by Iho commlttco on music, who had under con Kldcratlnn tho application of Mr. Dally, to ask to ho d.schargcd from fin liter outisldoullon, and that Ihoaoorotary he rcqiicstod to roturn to Mr. Dally his papers; agrood to. Dr. Ironsides proion...

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

GOVERNMENT ADVJTP Malm of ifJcctlnR any propc"! that m be deemed extravagant Proposals will bo en.lomMl on the ""'op; fn iloslni them, ' Proposals for ;1,'1,"J,A"nJ1 vr..n an.l A mhiitun. c Harness" and adiltilsto ...... ...... .. VNr0v Qjartermastcr U S Army I aug 9 It M ACIIINKRY KOIl 8C11KW SLOOPS NaVT UfI-ARWISNT, itlllll or C'ONSTaLCTIIfl Aiitfiuts.l'ibl nUOPOSAbS FOR AnMl JVAI'ONSAND ..II ?.Pft3JSri : th P . of manufacture, and ?S! iS!i which they cm be delivered at this HeJt the SnmbVr which can be made by the bid d?wlthln one month alter receipt of tn. older bath" Bomber which he can deliver within one "be barn"S muit exactly eonlorra to the follow In srieclflcallons, nd to the ttabllhed patterns f our mule harness. M follows, to wit w it PPT.. Ivvo Qollors Breech itiapa 8 feet n Indies luiii.l Machinery for Screw Menm Sloops, that tlicymi) . Inches wide, tewed into 14 inch rings oi , lncu p, a.,Hngnli iron; nip straps o icei it. muucn wuri -4 '"". wide , Btaypleces a feetlo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1861

Mtnr-i' Vi Tr i wn. a. t. n. xtx ts t wesww attira! IfpuMiatL j YOL. I. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From YMlrnlny's Evening Edition. Important From Richmond! Humor of the Dentil or JclTci. son U n vis Ooufiriiteil. From several sourceis no Imvo cuiilliina lions of thu rumors of Iho death ol Jtilcriou Dt!s. It Ij nild Ihit nn Month; Ibc tieim ol his death rcaclu.il Mtnastei! Junction, and that the nrm; was In mourning. The Immediate cause of lilt death Is (aid to have been congen ita chill;. nirORTAXT FROM GENERAL ROSBNCiWtZ! He la AilvnntlnR In Give lint He o Wlie ami Floyit'a Coinmuiiit. TliU morning the Government lccolved a tclogruui troni General Roecncranz, embracing Information that be was then, with n consid erable portion of bis command, at n point halfway between Dulltown and FiatwooJa, on his way to attack Wise and Floyd, or either of them who might bo In lh vicinity of Sum meivillo or Gauley's Bridge. Ho started from Clarksburg (his headquarter) upon this c-Tpe ditlon, leaving a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sund-iyi Exetpted, IJY V. .1 MOKTAOII CO. Oeo. M. AVe.ton, KtlHor. - The public itlon Blco of the National Republican la t the northoast cornet of D and Seventh strcot, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd' store. Entrance on Seventh street. Thursday, September 5, 1801. THE DELAY EOMCY, The London Times, of August 20, publishes letter written In this city, August 5, by Mr, RiiBaell, from which we make the following ex tract : " Let us only hold on till October and we are sale.' ibai. rr toneming line u, was saio. to mo over and over ngain In tbo South by men who play no Inconlderablc part In the my tery drama of the Confederates. And whe-n 1 a'ked one ol these gentlemen, more than two mouths ago, what chance there was of the Norlh giving the South all that time, I was an swered almost In these words: " We are bound to go to th assistance of Virginia. The whole of the Koitlieiii frontier abounds in good post tlons, which can be fed by the rail from...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To Aiirerilsers. Koarly four thousand copies of Ihe RqniiU licah are circulated among tho flyallng pnpnla tloii every day,belde8thelargeniiml)or served to rngiitar subscribers. Advertisers will take note accordingly. The Police Board Klcctton of a Superin tendent. Tho Board of Pollco Commissioners nlol In tho Alderman's cbambor yesterday afternoon, with all the members pi esent. Tbo election of the superintendent being In order, Mr. Wm. I). Webb win nominated Hnd elected on the Brat ballot. Tho election wns then tnado unanimous. Mr. Webb Is a popular young Uwror of this city.' and is In politics an Old Lino Whig. In tho M3i campaign no nuca ine rmco 01 treasurer cf tho llill and Everett Association. Ho has also served In a military cap iclty.and on more man ono occasion no uas serves. vocate. Mr. Ilrmvn lntrnttlin.fi n rnROllltlon to tllO ef. feet that all the appointments to bo mado Im mediately shall bo considered temporary, and that only thoso whoiirovo themselvos'cfl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 September 1861

rwr.r.xrni7XTm m"TN isi..f". Reeling any rrorosaUh-t maybe deemed I flQVEKNMF.NT ADYT'S. UV- CJ.U11UU1 1 -t proposals v. Ill be endorsed on Ihe ""'"IT '" I) II O V O S M closing them, Proposals for I timi'inn "'"" ... n.l Ambulance Harness,' and '"!"'" ,0 Major II "',VN'"-' Qiartcrinasicr u o .wwj augff If M AC1IINKKY KOll BCIIKW si.oors. Navi DirARtni'Mi UlaFAU U9 ColSTat'CTKiw. vtllltl.l9Bl KorOSAI'S will be receded by tlil- mi-'ai y li mo TUBALS will nt tcccitni uy inn i ; .am ips r.m, ."- -." ...j "- .- "': llureiu inllM oVclook the Mh ol September. ln., nh toU sunder howitzer ilie roinvjeii cnt lo for The conitructlonof the Machinery of the Unite! ' b. one hundr. .1 iierini. with prm Won. f r .Ixty 81.t"?.w..looJ,0..iri..'f1t the Klttcry , da,s. to 1m c two hoiisn.,, If.ta el a ., In - . ...llMUM (Vlt PHOI'OSAI. KOll AWMY ';V The Proposals ho old ti( '" m,nof,c,ure , can be furn (I e -J t " P'JJ bc d(;Urcli .' this lJ" If'fh.'Lnber which c.n be made b the bid 1,po'l.Mn one moMh...

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

dioml $,t$viblum. YOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1861. NO. 240. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From Yesterday's Evening Edition. Reported Skirmish at Great Falls. It is reported that a tktrmlsh took placo, lait ironing, at the Great Falls, between a CO a. elderable number of rebel Infantry and our forces on the Maryland shore. The fire, which was across the river, Is said to have been kept up qulto briskly by both parties for two hours, and to havu resulted in the killing of two of our men, and the wounding several others, while the enemy are reported to have hod three killed and soren wounded. Nothing had been lord concerning it at tho War Department, up to noon to-day, however. Tho Cincinnati Oazetle states that Sena tor Johnson, of Tennessee, heartily approves of General Fremont's proclamation. OvicnTiiK Uivkr. We have reliable Infor mation from Howard Seminary up to 10 o'clock this morning, at which time everything re mained quiet. WCommodoro Darron, who commanded the rebel forc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 September 1861

en-sot MAr-),, K'.WNjiu " rtt rf4- 'iBlmVHlllw . Usssvit-sUwiiUsatMcteti 1 rr -ttm TT MEIONAL REPUBLICAN. ;. rnblhhtd Daily, Snii.Iay Exrrptrf, ft BT W. J- MUUrAOH AjOQg -V '.." .' ' to. II. Wton, tCilllor. V Th publication office of tho JValionnt jtmubUean hi At the northeast corner of D and Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shcp herd'f store. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, September 6, 19I. LOUISIANA SDOAn All accounts from Louisiana concur In repre senting that tho growing crop of sugar promise' vastly to exceed any crop beforo known. If nothing unexpeotctl happens to It, a crop ol 600,000 hogsheads, equal to coven hundred mil lions of pounds, li anticipated. Tho greatest crop raised heretofore was that of 18J3, when 449,311 hogsheads ware produced. The smallest (ol late years) was that of 1853, when, through the combined effects of droughth and early frost, only T3.9T6 hogsheads were produced. Last year, the yield wan 228,753 hogshead, and the year before, 221,840. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 September 1861

i V "ii 'i ' '-1 TJWI 7 Kip. .. -fr m mtpmi mm J,0GAL..NEWS,. , ., ,To Aitvullnn. .,, Noafly four tlio"usanii" coplps of Uio ticpxul litan sio" circulated1 Ambtlg the riuatlng'p1 oliiSlii" tlon every dayibesldolholargoritiniberservcd regular fttibsorlbors. Advortltera will tako noto according!. ' A ' The Jewish Feast of Bosh li'sisristna. The opening coromonles of this Toast wero celobralfd on Wednesday evening, at stinsot, In the Jewish synagoguos of this fclty, whither al-' most ovory Jew repaired to pay homage to God. On Ihe intae, night,, tho corcm6rilos con sisted of chanting tho holiday evening prayor, aftor which tho congregation dispersed to their homes, to receive tho salutation of tholr frlcddrt, expressed In the following language : " May thy nuruo be written In the book of ,n good fear." fin,, Thursday1 mbrnlug ihe sorvlcos com mencod'at oarly dawn, aucteontlnued until high noon. The Shophnr was iiqunded.ln.homaae to Ood, In romembrancdi of Ills omniscience and providenc...

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

..iS. ,--- v 4 i ! I ' GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. PROFOSALS FOR ARMY WAGONS AND AUBULANOE HARNESS. toner f H,rrti Ayga ,3, ,$ji. PROPOSALS I b rwj tU. offley fbr cei PfffishYd at the plaoet of manufacture, ana ?J? 5?.'?. ?i?h ihsv cm b delivered at thl depo, the number which can b. mad by th. bid dtr within one month after receipt ofth order; l0 the numuer wujvu iw vwt uvutyr wiuun UB Tbe harness mutt exaotly conform to the follow ing specWcetlone, and to the established pattern s pour mule harness M followi, to wit i WnEF.L. Two Qullor. Breech strap S feet 0 lnche lour, 3 Inches wide, sewed into 14 Ineh ring of X Inch Iron; hip straps 8 feet 11 Inchei long, 2ft Inches wide ; nay plecea 2 feet long, IK Inches wide, with IX Inch buckles ; crota strap to buckle into stay net, I feet long, H Inch wide; tide straps 4 long, IX Inch wide; the straps IB Inches long, X Ineh wide, tapering to a point. Two Belly Bands Long side 2 feet t Inches long, 2 inches wide, with a 9 Inch bnckle; short side 1 r...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 September 1861

DiHHmMi w Juiiiwik.' " rr : i ' " i.. 1 1 n ii- hi 'A'lM.rmjf j;y(P,TA)f l l. Mil fl 'l) I" I l !i , (P.. M ' ' : rivr v r" - ,lt . nil i 'J 1 1!! ' - 'i nf ni7T;bAi i IT j'H ti " . ff .-. 'bv " I --sfe. J "SV " af VOL. I. , , .rrr WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1861. NO. 241. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Yesterday,' ,E tiling Mltion. THK PANIC JH ftWlTII CAKOMNA, Tho llatteraa affair has thrown North Caro lina into a pirox)s-i of alarm, an J nut without good rtafon. Tho U-il-ijh Standard of Siturday say: " There i no time for delay. W hope and believe our filem! In the Extern counties will rally promptly , to resut tho Lincoln hire lings. Lit Ihi'tn'ba cool. provld'nt, iloterm Ined, and vigilant. Watch tba euemy's move menl", and bo euro to provide against the tampering with aud, tho no ir approach of the enemy to.your nerronal property, lluinoro It beyond hW reach nt the first indication of his approach to the main land." Everybody knows whvt sort of " personal properly" it Is wh...

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

t , BtiWONAL REPUBLICAN. &-V1I.I..J IV.IU SAnilflTI KlNPttdi HT W. J MOItTAOH & fp. Geo. M, W aMttor. The pubHcatlon offloe of the JVciltorujl ihvublicon is at the northeast cornel of D and Srventb street, aecorrsj floor, oror W. D. Shop herd' store. Entrance on Seventh street. Saturday, September 7, I8L THE WKEKIjV NATIOWAI. RBPtBl.1 OAIf. Tbls large, handsome, and well-tilled weekly for this week Is ready to-day. It contains all the orlgfcal matter of the daiy, Including looal news Interesting to the country at Urge, and full reports of the workings of the different Departments. It contains, also, all the news of the day, both foreign and domestic, as well as original correspondence from all parts of the country. This Is just the paper, above all others, for our volunteers to send tj their friends at home, who wish to be Informed la regard to renders transpiring at the seat of Government. Fricn, tour cents In wrappers. To regular subscribers It Is furnished nt $2 per year....

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

-. I, w , tli---M r m f Ji.il TOCAL NEWS: - rri-j-r.. OP. Ailvartlaera Staarty torn thousand, copies of (bo Rcpud linn its olroolated among the floating populn' tton ovcry day,bo8ido8 Ihelargo number sorved to reeralar abtoriborg. Adverllscrt will take nois aoonrdlngly. Hoard of Police Commlisloners. The Board of Police Commissioners met yes terday nfternoon, In tbo Aldormon's Chamber, when nil tbe members woro prosont. The Commlttoo on Rules and Regulation (Sonars. Bowen, Brown, n.id Tenney) reported nsorioioffuIosooverlngaboiitlGOpngesofiouls cap papor, all of which were adnptod. Mr. Brown withdrew Ills resolution, offered a iud saw, mooting, in reunion to rnaair appointments temporary until tho 1st November, b' which time tbo appnlntoos bo fairly tried, and submitted the Ml at the last mooting, In relation to making the i aay 01 osciulJ following rules to bo oksorvod In the appointments, wuicn wero aaoptoat " It belnsr lmnortnnt that noraons appointed on tbo pellcd force ba such ...

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

i; iii)ny4"jjwyiw M.'lf"l "MJt T "Mll9WmmmM'rmm9 I" Djwagggi n a .1 soil's A ,lt.. u. a 'J 'Mum IMWWiW' """"'"'" " mi BuayUkiBM utlll , ltl, M ic-y . V ". GOVERNMENT ADVTS. PUOt'OSAUS KUlt ARMY WAUOND AMD AMBULANCE HAntE8S. OrnoR or Akht Ctoimxa akd tqtlrAOt, OinKT 7fuwtnl ana Jfercer itrrdt. iVem York. .4 lfftl 13.1801. PROPOSALS will be received t this office for farnlshlnsj.by contract, Army Wagon Harness. The proposals should state the price at which they nan be furnished at the nlaees of manufacture, and the price at which they can be delivered at this aepot. ine numuer wnicn can oe mauo or we Did' dtr within one month after receint of the order aim the number which he can deliver within one wee The burners muit exactly conform to the follow fog specifications, and to the established patterns i Four mule harness as follows, to wit : WHEEL. Two Qnllors. Breech straps 8 feet 6 Inches Ion, K Inches wide, sewed Into 14 Inch rings of ,' Inch run; nip siraps s lees u incnes long, zh ...

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

i . i . UttMMti. ?,. filfi ,'''f(i U I ' vs i ' j ' a I, VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1861. NO. '242.: I CVV' -J M ttuup iitu ia NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Salimlafo Evening Edition. A LETTER FROM X'RKHIDKNT Ml. COLN TO GUV. JUAOOPFIW. Was'iUNaroN, D. 0., Aug. lL To Ills Excellency B. Jrn, Oovtrnor of Vie Htate of Kentucky -Sm : Your letter' of the 19 th Instant, In winch you "urge the removal from the limits of Kentucky of Vie military force now organized ami In camp rcllhtn said State," Is received. I mAy not poBses? full and precisely accu rate, knowledge upon this subject, but I bclicro It It true that thcro Is a military force In camp within Kentucky, acting by authority or thu United States, which forco is not very large, and U not now being augmented. I also bo lieve that some arms have been furnished to this f jrco by tho Unltod States. I afro believe this forco consists, exclusively of Kentucklin? having' thiir camp in the immediate vicinity ol their own homes, a...

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

Jtft. njwv-dro,c-' v- - ifO -KT 7 uwmuwltis'uezi,,zilitiiv'Vi-'M!,til'i'L'ij t:. oyiwrBiftR'awtrawaajta UT jLh. y NATIONAL REPUBE Published Mh nunl) Elf3fcdi BY W .1 AttJItTACrH. Oeo. Weilon. nllo. jvjrThe public-itlon rffloeof thj Xailpnal -KnwWrnrrrtrsl II"' iwilliiwsfuuTUBT uf B Aiuf hrPIOTe. wiuv"u"' ....,.,.. ' 'Moifday, September 0, 1801. " The report !n'TattTnul'trryweitiIr.n' leiligencer, of a retrograde movement, from the valley of the Kanawha; by CfenMaVOoirlt8 not tally at allirHH rport!n last Thurrday's Cincinnati Prist, that, on tho previous Band jy, (September l,)"u victory was tron;not far, froln Ganley Bridge, by tho, eleventh Ohio and bcc ond Kentucky regiment, over 2,500 jf li'toyd' troops, who lot28 prisoners, 1n addition to a large Hit of dead and wounded- Jf thli re port li confirmed, t paU a very gbol face on affairs la that quarter. Trom MI'jouri, it does not seem, to be fully confirmed, although tnejV probable, that Mo CuIIourIi has retired' to Arkansas, with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 September 1861

---. w'tWVa-felfM nWMIUUU"' !. iiihiijl uiLmmurm l ' I I "" ' 'nt muM-Ur LOCAL' NEWS: ' ToAdrvls-tlact-a Naarry (bar thousand copies or ihs 'tVyiid Nam are elrouiatec? Mnocg the fluatioR pnpula Uob Try day.lwsldet tbelargo number served U regular aubtorlborj. Advertise will tako mote aooordlngly. Thallstbena Corpus Case. Tho casa of Wllllnm A. Northern, who was brought out from the ponitentlary, bofora Judgo Morrlck.'On'Wedhosday Inst, on a wrll of habeas corpus, It will bo recollected, was postponed until Saturday tq allow tlmo for the Government to procuro ovldance. The pris oner was brought Into oourt on Saturday morn ing by Mr. Kliii?, the warden of the iienltcn tiary, who testified that the- prisoner hd ad mltted to htm that he was trlod beforo the U. 8. Olrcnlt Oourt for Virginia on the charge of ejrnnezzung letiors wniie no was in mo employ of tho Post Office Department, apd that ho was convicted und aantunccd tb ten rears' Imnrls onmont In the penitentiary of tho District of...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 September 1861

5S5j!aw,v?(iiK &u&MLii&L-.tmvvim,it-!i4mws (ll t-L-t.VJ3jZrxi. XixWissstiftHassii. iraa h aaaMaaTllaaH I I ' l GOVERNMENT ADV-TSr TUU1PUSA1.H KOIt AJinr wmodvmasd ""OsKtf Ar riot iiho d f "JJJ"! Cumo- mini jTi;., .Ye I or, JJ" IB, I1" ' 'pBorosAW ..in ,'J&52!Le faf tESlwK wMrt IhfT t delivered at' thl. alen&tlif numb" which can be made bv the bid Srfwlihin one month alter receipt of tu order t nkAiriNlldkt III PiaCW " M1III11UIUIV, mi'l Jjo tha number which ha can deliver within ccc week Trie harnets mmt eiaotly conform to the follow nr speculations, aad to the entablbhed patterns Four mulo harness m fullowt , to wit WHEEL. Two Qnltor Breech atran s feet A lnehM Inn all Inches wide, tewed Into 14 loch rings of ; Inch Iron; bin straps 8 rect 11 lnchea long, si; inch wide ; atay pieces 3 feet long, -IK inches wide, wllh IK inch buoklos j cro, strap to buckle into clay clean, 6 leet long, IK lach wide. tide ettaps 4 reei long, tit men wioe; ine straps is luenra long...

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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