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

ftetiflual $t$vtblmvk . ii.; i' I I Xi PI WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1861. NO. 243. YOL. I. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From Yesterday's Evening Edition. NOT TO BE SHOT. PHIVATK SCOTT PAUDONaOlF. The following general order wa Issncd by General McClellan yesterday anernoon: IIiAnqoARrans Ahmt op Tim Potomac, WaMngton, &ptember 8, 1801. Genoral Orders, No. 8. Private William Seolt, compiny " K," third Vormnnl vrnlnntoor.. havlne been found entity, h nnrt martial, of rieenlns on bin post whtla a wntlnel on picket guard, bag been sentenced to be thot, and the lentoncehai been apprond and ordered to D exeouiru. .,,,,,. The commanding officers of the brlgtido, the regiment, and the company of tho condemned, together with many other officers and privates rhl regiment, have earnestly appealed to the major general commanding to pparo tho life of tho offender, and tho President of the United atAtam haa prnrt ssed a wl'h that, as this Is the first condemnation to death In this army for t...

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. — 10 September 1861

v..,.a w w-V---.tf Hrii jjv ttv,,4 ., wiwv-iUwfWBCijaAHW T: a S-v 'j iiynfrjH fa. Vj 7- -w .:-." i r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sundayi Eitfptrd, - BY W. .T MUKTAOII A OO. On. if . Western. Editor. Kr Tbo publication offlce of the Satlonal Republican la nt tho northeast comei or D and Seventh stroet, aeoond floor, over W. D. Shep herd's ature. Entranoo on Sot? nth street. Tuesday, September 10. 1861. TIIK MILITARY S1TUATIOX. We at length get the par icularscf the rebel attempt to obtain posclo3 of Lexington, of wh ch wo hive had varying accounts by tele graph. It seem that tbo rebels flrit surrounded tho town, and hivlug obtained possession of cx-Gov. King, Judge Ryland, end William ij. Field, aa prisoners, commenced negotiation? for the surrender cf a fort held by the Home GusriK Their failure In this wan followed by skirmishes extended over several days, In which the rebels lost eight killed and many wounded, the Home Guards having none killed but several wounded. In th...

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. — 10 September 1861

MMHW IJIJMMllJWUiJiJINiWtwjwKlUM 'I t LOiCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly four thousand copies of the RcfnuL Ui-nn are clroulated among tho flifallng popul. tlon every day.besldes tholargo number served to rerular subscribers. Adverllsors will take note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board nr AtDEBMiiN. Tho Board met at the usual hrir, and was callod to ordor by tho Proildent. All the members were present. A communication was received from tho Mayor approving the bill for paying Interest on bonds guarantied by tho Corporation, and tho resolution tendoringthe uso of the sohool-house ni Tititlnlurf Uminr" trt tllA GOVAUment. The report of the lntondent of tho asylum was receiveu anu pinceo. uu wo. . . The nominauonsoi nii ............. slo-ior of tho western sootlon of tho oanal, Jos. H. Downing, ooromlsslonor nf the Northern Market, In plaoo of John E. Morris, and Thus. A.Itiblnson, sweep-msster of tho first ward, Mr. Moore presented tho petition of Styles J. Bowon, praying Tor the layi...

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. — 10 September 1861

ga-ffa-yjrjs.-, ysre-PS--s- P . IT FT ( w aCy!Ssyiy5Xgsefyiva(fS3 gnr.j'-gstatat-gfeg - -- - - - - -- - i I?' 'v GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. urrtca or a wunf , ymr -(m-fi, V Purl, -Sn-nt ( S, 1881 t-nni'fisAL") will he received at tbli oglce for hrnbhln" M ' '-' A.my Wsgon "" The iiropo.il' 'lionlJ s a'e Iht price at which thy can be mrnliliH at ll.pceiof manufacture, and ih. nrloe at IIC b'y ein delivered at thl deno . the nutnb-r which can be made by the bid derwhhin one month alter receipt of tlia order, also the Lumber which ho can deliver within ore 1 he harnci-a mut exactly conform to the follow In- sreolllcailons, and to tlio ertabll-hrd patterns : t our mule harness m follows, to w It WHEEL. Two Oultoni Rreech atraD4 8 feet n Inches lone, aer Inches wide, sewed Into U luoti rlrn-s of ' Irch Iron; hip strap) 8 Icet 11 Inches long, 2. Inches wme , -nay i-irtt'l leee iuiiu,--, iiieuri niuc, niiu 1 M Inch buckles : cro-.- straws to buckle into stat Nieces, b let long 1 Inch wide, side st...

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. — 11 September 1861

ww uwiMnwjflii. j v'cti-aLjL'jj'gfj!i'jjgj3r3gJ 1 ' ' ' ' I ...I.I .'111. I I. Ill &m m Ms I 1 H V 'if ""' ffctiattlll f YOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1861. NO. 244. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From kslcrtlny's Euniiig Etlllloii. l'KllSKCUTIOV OP UNION Mill IN Wr.HTIGUN VIIIOINIA.' Mr. N. D. Kenciatcr, n riBpcctalilo merchant el Jl.irllrebiirg, Vu., culled upon in jml'-'riUy, and gavo a uubucholy plctiiro of Ibo ri'sitlti of Iho rolgn of U-irur to which Wcalcrn VIrjjtnl.i is now subject. Ilia own cano llliiVmlui lliy slate of qiTiU-j In Berkeley county, in vtliii.Ii lie resides. llu Imu Ijihu .i lesldcnt of MarllriKburg lur tsovcrul year.-, mid is an untlt.Kiil.iCil Union uiiD. llu w.i3 doing tv large liuelnen, occu pying a store omu eighty feet louj, iinJ h.id buslucsa enough fur tour clerk), tils head clerk or f imuun, was Mr. Ourlii, lalo teller of Iho MArtlniburg Bank Some weeks ugo, frtir lng an arrest, In left home, and tnado his head quarters at Willlauuport, from ...

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. — 11 September 1861

i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Mllshed Daily, Sundays Eictptrd, BY W. J MURTAOH OO. Oio. M. Wulu, Killlor. WThe public Ulon offlco of tho A'ollonaJ lleiyublican Is at tho northeast oornor of D and Seventh street, socond floor, over W. D. Bhep hord'a store. Entrance on Sovcnth trct. Tfctlufsdaj7PJ"lber u 1861, I (KIIIOUS (IfPIWOECOJIlllTXItDBy A correspondent o( the New York Tribune, wilting (Sept 2) from "Camp Joo Holt," which la on the Indiana side of tho Falls of the Ohio, anil opposite Louisville, gives tho par ticulars of the surrender of a black man by Gen. Hosseau being substantially as tele graphed some days since. We had hoped until now that there was an error in tho telegraphic accounts, as the transaction described was not only unlawful and disgraceful to the American army, but so nearly approaches treason as to be with difficulty distinguished from It. It seein that the black man, Goree, had been the slave and body servant of Col. Bob. John con, of the rebel Camp Boone, that he h...

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. — 11 September 1861

v .. K I LOCAL NEWvS. To Ailrertlicra. Noarly four thousand copies of the Itrpub Hum aro circulated among the floating pollina tion overy day,boHleslholargo number servod to rogulnr subscribers. Advertisers nil! tnlco noto accordingly. Tile Metropolitan I'ollcc, Annexed will be found n correct list of the members already clioson for trial by tho Com missioners of tho Metropolitan I'ullco for tho eight lowor precincts of the District, which In clude! Washington, Uoorgotown, and th it pur lion of tho county west of Hock Creek. The pollco force for tho otlior two districts, com- rirlslng tint pcrtlon of tho county lying oast ol tock Crock, havo not all been appointed as yet, though they will probably be Hppolnted during the presont weoK. If porpect satisfac tion Is given during tho time ot trial, which will be from thirty to sixty days, they will then bu appointed rn tho permanont police; othoruise their names will be dropped from tho rolls: Ihird Precinct, Georgetown andthe County tcc...

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. — 11 September 1861

Li&4y8gZtiZ&&&:icmntJv tnn. anwwiHH -- t. -. ...a' gv AsiKumMaM. . I ' i! i; ii i 5; tf l GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. PROPOSALS KOH ARM V WAflO.VS ABB AUBULANCB UAUNESS. Of net or Akt CiorniTO Ann !" tor of llotoard 'd nOT' '"!?, A, rrt, XujTU I J, ISol. FROl'OSALS will be received t for furnishing, by contract, Army Wtgoo ". The proposals should state the price at which they ua be tarnished at the ptaoes of mniitujur, and .,.. 1.- . t,ih . cm be delivered at this depot, the numt.tr which can be made by the bid der within one month alter receipt of the orders also the nnuoer wwu u mu uciKcr munu um The harne mnit exactly conform to the follow. In g specifications t and to the eeubllhel patterns . four mule harden at foil owe, to wit : WnGEL. Two Qullors Vtrteth snaps t fret 0 Inches lone, ', Inches wide, rawed. Into II Inch ring; of i inch Iron, hip strap 8 feet 11 inches long, ;, Inches utile. tay pieces 2 feet long, 2i, lnche wile, wth 1 s Irch tackles . cross itrapa to buc...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 September 1861

JAwMWU, i laLi at-i u uu L. l-LH' Ll-Hllm.M JJ ILJ.J.L- JB-J.J LM. L. ltiaual tpxtMiatL VOL. I. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1861. NO. 245. m.-;':v,- i.rtv?rHc-. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TO Til IS ZOU.VVIS1. lit Ml!". I. II. IIANA101ID. !!omrni1por Kllsitortli! O, ye moil nf might, When comoa U.h conflict hour; And binvoly.lntlio Ihlckost oftlio lllit, I ut tr.illuia roi'l your iinn-or. Mnko fur llio fliK tlmt w.ivcs Ioto llio froc, Gtrlko.at wlutovor coil! Btriko for tlio aacrod c.iuso or Liberty I Strike for your I.kadkii lost! Itememljor liim who turo tlio b.mnor down, Of trn.ison'a lcorount bund A trophy ot liH wt'iir nnd ronunn, Clawed In his dying hiind! Ihfiro needs no word to in go you omvurd still ; You Mill be br.ivo .ind true : But oh, Willi Kll yiinr br.ivory and skill, Do men ol kimjnes3, too ! Tor his dear sake, who wore unon his he.irt The Itnauo f n friend, Spare ye tho tnnocont; act Meicy's part j Women and thtld defend! ltoraomhcr Ells.vorlb In your triumph hour...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 September 1861

IS NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Snndayi Eutpttd, BY V. J. MUBTAOH S CO. t Geo. M. Weston. Killtor. jW The publication office of the Xational Itepublican 1 at the northeast cornet of D and Seventh stroot, second floor, over W. D. Bhcp ltord's store. Entrance on Sovonth street. Thursday, September 12, 1861. NORTH CAUOI.INA. Among tho refugees who oime Into Fort Hattorae, and have been brought to Fortress Monroe, were some partlc, (originally from New York) who had a saw-inlll establishment on tho North Carolina coast. They report that they know nothing about any " Onion liodgcj," or the "election of members of Congress," which hare figured so largely In tho columns of sensation newspapers. The people of North Carolina, they say, merely follow tholr loaders, who are for secession, thsio people being, " general"; " (to use their dellcito laefingc) ' In modtrale circunutancM." The Union man, of tho clai9 who do their own thinking and do not merely follow " leaders," arc sllcncnl...

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. — 12 September 1861

I , virvntm-TTni""'!1 Hi'jf nW'i i,1 , ifumfi hiji np,g .V LOCAL NEWS. To Artvertlaere. Noivrly four thousand copies of the llepvb (torn nro circulated, among too fluMIng iopiu tlon every dsy, besides tholargo numberservcil to regular ulijytbor. Advertisers will take note acoordlngy. Swearing In the Pollen The nowly appointed nergcnnts and p.Urol men for trial im the Metropolitan l'ollco woro on hand nt an early hour jostord.iy morning, at tlio City Hull, for tho purjioao of being sworn in agreeably to tho notlco )uhllshod with tho Mstnf uppointmenW. At the hour of noun, tho apace In and around the (Jtmtr.im Council Chamhor ucro crowded by the successful ap plicant, ui well as many opcctalors, atnoir; whomweio a numbor of disappointed appli cants. Tho Orphans' Court being ongaged in th AWoi men's Chamber, tho corcmnny ol nwcarl .fl In tho mun was porformed In tho Council Clnmbor. Tho Boird of Commissioners met In tho Mayor's offlco.at twolvo o'clock, but after u short sosslon, thoy ...

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. — 12 September 1861

KOVRRNMENT ADV'TS. nUUFUUM POll AKW V WAOONS AMD 1J AMBULANCE UAKNLSS . proposals ' && ' W.SjK? for fTh. pr7pil shouldVtat. the PrTce at which they .i I h.fnrnlsned it the pUce of manufacture, nil f'i. Mch hey can be delivered at this rivnot the numbs r which can he made by the Old ;CP0V.",- ... nnmh after rece nt of the order ."o the number which he can deliver within one The harne-s mult exactly conlorm to the follow. In specification, and to the established patteica f our mule harntM u followi, to wit WHEEL. Two Qullor Breech attaps 8 feet Inches long, 31, Inches wide, sewed Into f4 Inch rings of ,' lech iron, hip straps 8 reet tl Inches Ust, Sk, Inches wide , May pieces 2 feet long,!',' Inches wide, with 1 J, Inch buckle , crow strap to buckle into tay pieces, I lect long, Iff Inoh wide, ride ettaps 4 feet Ionic, 1 X IrKh wide, the straps 15 inches long X Inch wide, tapetlug to a point Two Billy Hands -Long side 2 feet 8 Inches .long lnchM wide, with a Inch buckle short ...

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. — 13 September 1861

BMttfMtW ftatttfuai ;"oit. T 1 ",KJ ,rn"':nt fi YOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S61. NO. 246. v m HI II 111 I I All I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Tor th N.llos.I Republican! dulii mm. BY ERNBT CLAIKB. tIneilbnmtntrpotfullyto(hKr.Hobl.KelIn, Chapliln to Baker", flrat Co'Kornti nglmeut J TART rlRT TU MARCU. Tramp, trump, trump, on to tho distant roa, Clang, olang, olang, to tho trumpct'a sound they go ; To the distant Held, whero thooarthon auleld, Leaves the lurking foo. Tramp, tramp, tramp, ovQr the stmo (hey arc, UIROK, Clang, Clang, lilt luo eariu is an ajar, And the brazon notes ever upward float, Telling mo pomp 01 war. Tramp, tramp, tramp, fathers and brother! too; Clatig, olann, clang, sons thoro and loyers true; From the Northern pine, and tho Western clime Still on the numbers Sow. Tramp, trftmp, tramp, on to tho field of war ; Gleam, gleam, glem, with tho bayonet In air, While the stars of gold, In the banner bold, Flash 'mid tho stripes so fair.' Haste, haste, haste! t...

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. — 13 September 1861

7 s- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, P-Mtd Daily, Snndayi Excepted, BY W. J. MUKTAOH CO. i Oto. M. Wit. Killtor. MT The publication office of the Xational Republican Is at the northeast cornet of D and Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Shep herd's utore. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, September 13, 1SC1. ABOUT COTTON. The Lowell (Mass.) Xnct says that the Mer rlmac Manufacturing Company bai on band five thousand bales of cotton, upon which the advance from the prices paid for It U ono hun dred and thirty thousand dollars. This Is an advance of only twenty-six dollars per bale, whereas many New England manufacture purchased cotton when the price was fifty dul lorn per bale less than It Is now. Their stocks axe even yet considerable, and they have been working up cotton during the summer obtained at the (:omparatlvely) low prices of last spring Their profit by the rlso in the article have been enormous. They are to be reckoned, not by hundreds of thousands, but millions. At the Sontb...

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. — 13 September 1861

LOCAlTNEWSr I ii . T T i i ' (Serenade . IA 'C ToActer8ls.ri. .' NtaVlr tour thousAnd eople. of the fleptio" liean are olrcuiatea amroi - "-" rr tton every day .besides thelarge number served to regular subs-rtberi. Advertisers will take note' aoeordlnglr. H ' m . a .rVulloJ'rflniMlulollMli HOBni aa .,... - v The memheri of the Board of Commissioners mat yesterday afternoon tn tho Aldermen's Chamber, all the momoers being present. Thomas J. Frailer, of the fourth ward, was nomlnatod and eleoted messenger to the Board, Messrs. Wnllaoh and Brown resigned their Slaoes on the Committee on Uniforms, and (essrs. Tehney and Bowen wore appointed in Mr. Bowon presented the following list of sergeant and patrolmen for trial In the first and seoond precincts, Who were oleoted Patrolmen, Ooorgo P. fittTalf.nobert I. McClel Ian, Kieklol Simpson. Ungan B. Anderson, Jus. Mulloy, David Cole, Isaac Ollne. Beoond Preolnot-Sergsant, David Miller. Patrolmen. John W. Pool, Tobias Talbert, Levi 0. BooseV...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 September 1861

(nmto-Mata irtJ.-AL.HM jMtnfc, . rf "- u - -. Vf IV , fv K GOVERNMENT ADVTS. " aw r-t,uiiii ( a, mi. ranpoiALS will be received t this office for 1.EJXEV:c1j .i iha nlaoee of manufacture, and 7k. nbaii which they can be delivered at. this ? ?'2? "VL. Jhlh U ha maria hr thU h!ii. depot, the number which ( . lfi.i mi mnnln .aVaBI brt the dtrwlthln out month e receipt of the order; also the number wnicn anaaM miner wuruu one Two white inch. . . -i i:Tes : States of rejecting y proposal that may be deemed extravsgaat. ( ra.Ma1a will t mmAttmA AH the eOTelOM CI' closing tem,'t' Proposals tor Fnmlstof Army - '1 ,.51- - if nd aaaa In npguu ana Mini. ii."i ..-i., jaajvr ' . -a.. ..-. r teg stf Qeartermuter a. S. Army. 5F OVEttNMENT ADVTS -TACIIINKUT von aoiiRW SLOOPS. BTktAM . '.-.-. ., The barne-s must exaejaMourorra to me iouow- fa epeciucaiioias, asM va eve asiaou-iicu iwvdiui i Tour male harness m follows, to wit : vrnr.r.i.. Two Qnllori Breech etrepe 8 feet 8 Inches loon, iu incnes wia...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1861

-j-- -1" TT w ttltlVTHTjA TT3iIJI'a OltAmtfl y , ));i jt 'J ' ' I IO j'f-' tjrvi2M..'' .1,? ,piti' f iniM!l!I3g ;.' .' .".. igM nun- i.tiiuj ,i vcNyi ., )i t lAJl I 1 ' ' -J , A ' .1 ''( i , tbinnl&v t..dica b o in m iu iliui t .i .,.',,. .,,..1 . , , i ; . VBib' 'tr v r .T" ""'" ' ' "' "" Washington, Saturday, September i, isei. ' " 'n6.'m7. NATIONAL' REPUBLICAN. ni t '- " ' ' Till- SJtLh-.Oy W-iiuwaTOw, I'm i 7-' no hT BKBiBt-WBIonilt' a fftrTlv- Htr'8J-.lrjif'oA8.nTef as1 ine-lias been soon Jr.I-fJ-lSrh-'rm ilm' Sabbath. Is simile a " wnltl (AV ni of parity.) relieved by two broad - Iir0..,i -A hlno 'nd (iter hot' shorn dtr.and crossed In front; ands, tasty bow of " -bJfct-Vln, ribbon .in htt M'lO.rnpletlngher 'adornment!. . mi' ' a Horrau for the maiden we all of us lore, . til tthiHA arvlrtA i tnndor man's duty. 'fhaffirrde Of the bomettAd tbs ball, and Ihe, v Etsr affections art warm si uorsplrlts am n.bt, k Her cbeeu are pur rsd( and bar teeth pew iabtui ji k ' , nd Mr ey...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1861

mi imiiii in m m -NATIONAL REBUBLICAN, Pobllthtd Daily, Sunday. Eietptcd. BY W. J- M1IBTAOH CO. Geo. M. W tn. tcdllo. MW The publication offloe of the National Republican la at the northeast corner of 0 and Seventh street, second floor, oyer W. D. Shep herd's tore. Entranoe on SAventh .Street. gtlnrday, September II, 1861, TV It kCH-LY NATIONAL REFtDLI- Islargelfaidsome, and well filled weekly .for this week U ready to-day. It contains all Je original mailer or tie daiy, Including local newr ttAthitiii to tiro country at large, and T tUl-rrpott o the workings of the different Departments.' ft contains, also, all the newt .;oI44e dVi bplb Jorelgp and domestic as well - , - -Tj . r .11 .. m as original THMTcwenutucTj iium mi ymw vi untry.. Ms'jnst the paper, above all others, lot BW( J5 jonr vMtinteers to send ti their friends at home, nrt-njio wish to be loformed la regard to matters WlAtpirlt at the1 seat of Government Prlci, i-, fonr cents in wrappers. To regular subscribers "K" ro...

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. — 14 September 1861

,'.;,u: 5T - Us3 LOCAL NEWS. .HisuyTpuAhoWidveoples of the ncpvb tadhi.U dKmlatefl among the floatlngpopula- Vilenfivery dayjbesldes thelafge number served oreguluubiwrlbori.' Advertisers will take , of TH iIRBNADis .' , (' IptichofMr; Holt. ', The, following are the remarks made by Hon. Joseph Holt, on Thursday evening, on the OeoaslOD of the serenade, which, from the. Crowded' state Of oar columns, we were ore; Vented from publishing the' fie t morning i vM ' .ftUeWUt'iens ; While I am delighted at this maniiesistion,i am wholly uncondemns ni nav Ing said or done anahlto merit the Men com fitment of your presence bertvat this hour of he sight, or merit, these kindling strains of muaio.witn wntonvyou nav iniieo. tno air around mv dwallins. But while I am thrs wbollr unoonsoloua of having deserved this distinguished honor, I beg you to be assured tbat I am most enteral for it. .under any clr- ouffistandos. I should desire the highest grail flnktfnn frnm nnMSMlnrr "'the! aonfldenco a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 September 1861

w -run ,.)jH, lt it t ft.- 6.. t out t 1 ti. U I ., GOVERNMENT ADVTS. 1 ' .Vrtrorl.JitlS,18l. .-PROPOSALS will .b7"' ll ffl! .2?" f0' i can be furolsneJ nt the places of manufacture, and ine iriS it which ""J n delivered at this deiwi.ilie numb, r which cin be made by the bid der within one month after receipt of tne order; al-otae number which he can deliver within one week Tlie harnes mttit eiaotlr eonlorm to the follow hit srsclllcatlone, and to the established patterns I Four mule harne at aa follows, to wit : WHEEL. Two Qtillort Breech straps 8 fret lnchea lonf, 3)a Inches wide, sewed Into It Inoh rings of i inch iron, hip trapt 8 feet II Inches long, 2V Inch-s wl.le , rlay pieces i feet long,3X Inches wide, with IS i'Ch UucK.lt' i oross straps to buckle into atay tieo-, 6 leet long, IX inch wide: side straps 4 leet iong. I H Itv'h wide; the itrape 15 lnchea long, i it cli wldu, tapering to a point. Two Belly Hands Long tide 2 feet 8 Inches long,! jnolies wl'te, wnh a 3 tuh buc...

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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