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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 January 1874

fm&&NRcm. wmm&Ax mmmpjimmm m-Ajfm t- r w ' VOTES FOR TEE BOUDOIR ARRANGING THE HAIR.' The hair Is worn higher on the head than It sas been recently. Instead of being massed as a chignon at the back, it Is 'combed ap from the nape or the neck to the. top of tho head, and there arranged In light puffs and curls. :Heavy frizxettcs have disappeared, but false lisir has by no means followed their example, ibr there is quite as much, if not more, worn than at this periodlast year, only it is managed tliHerenUy. It is prepared In lonjt switches, -Which are all hair, and can bo twisted into a coll ami pinned, either as a coronet -or as a -Josephine knot, into loops, bows, or puffs In fcet, into Ueuty different styles, and it, is in Jlnttely more natural-looking than,, the stiff, &rral chignons which were pinned on in , 6ns avdid matsat the back or tho head. Curls of All torts and sizes, from the short fHxzy ones -to -the stiff, round: ringlets, arc mounted, ou long hair-pins...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 January 1874

. - .. --" n tp- ZIQ UOR LICENSES j OPINION OF OOL. VTJI. A. COOK TO THE BOARD OP POLICE. As the questloa of the right of-the Board of Metropolitan i-ouce to approve ur uiuivr .,... discretion, or liquor licenses Is at present creating coma comment, the following opinion, tarnished by W. A. Cook, esq., attorney for the District,; Is given: - A attorsit's Orncs, ) DlSTrilCT Or COLOMBIA, ,1 ipiciitxRT)!).. Norember 19l 1671. ..1 v sOVXn.ioR: 1 hare received a copy of the letter addressed to you by F. A. Iduenby, seeietai-y or the Board or Metropolitan rvunuu p-m m wu; T a eonmonleatton addressed toHetajtmft Williams. Attorney General orthe Hatted States, br William J. Murtaprh,- esq., president of tba Board orPoliee or tteTitotriet of 'boIumb'ivwIth areauert that I examine tle sulflect referred to lathe correspondence thoroughly. I liars made tblir examination with aa ilttle delay aa attention to other engagement! has permitted. i ., The questions submitted for my consideration mre ta...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 January 1874

i iY "AX T Tl rr"U jr, (,o 7.GLIOH ri rmii?Iffii-Jftii; c:.' T" .-wSg JOIC rrr .t, - iijh i -"v V .- 1 s Sirmuy'' : . ;ri VS,CvCvv9BBHiBLVvVyvO'' if flf . i7..u4 mtWUK .t 7 X-r -i ..I 'M 'i- r . , ' J "' ' "i . -r.i , jsj-: ilf J7.Mf,K ,.,y SI ' "ijtl r? t m vi e ji' ii i-z-,'!x. lTijtJigeij .;; . . i i r-T -. --t 7 ,m It 9 nr S$$HHKSo55,!jfc wl- t ia , i J Cawe11 J-w .. x yc- "! ill l3Kn7ml .',"-! i . 7b lii'ci tin :- HVHHIIBHHIVWnrM .- r.r.3 -.yr -. ft-,. ,,-y. ut-K L. 7 .-in VOL. XIV. XhXa inr jv.j M I isro.36; X , IV , ) FOR BENT. "I?OE EENT rOUB-STOETBBICKHOtJ8E, - viunuoucm lmproTftncnts, Ao.-viBJMirecu nortlivri t, nr tbe 1'o.t Gffice. Xcplr to m. a. MILKY. TU Mrktt Space. Ja-a iiin t 'KTBETrr tirnit"mwE.ST. A JL" I luudMinMlv rurnlKhcd snlte of roomi cm flnt floor, andonron aocond floortadjolalsf!bath- gwpgH innwinMm uoaru jat T?OR BENT FURNISHED OR TJNFUR- ISKET). a Parlor Floor; Till farnkh hand- aoDcly If dp&lrril; aultablo for a suinbcrof Con- tct: at lira atnxt, bit...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 January 1874

.'KmCia THE NATIONAL EEPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MORNING. JASTtJABY 8. 1874; .i ii.ii i.wji.iajmcmfgBMI 'i jgjteiiflufli gqyuMicim .J.MUKTAOn.. ..Editor and Proprietor. i i The National KxnjBLICAJr Is published lerery jnorolnr fSnndaye excepted) at the southwest eor- nLUunh .. nil Pnincvinl BVuMlrle. neroi iiwumiMw -. ...-j. - 7 and Is furnished to subscriber! (by carriers) aftSftj. etnupcr bpbiu. Hall subscribers, $3.00 per year; $1X0 for six,. ISOnUlB, UU ,-.w im M"ra fcww B . Variably la advance. ' BATM OF ADVERTISING: Twenty-five cents per line. AdTerUsementsonder the head of "For Sale or Bent," "Wanted," "tort &d Found," and "Personal," twelve and a half (eats per line. THK WEEKLY NATIONAT. REPUBLICAN W published eTery 8alurday-norBrnv.nd la fur aiabed to subscribers at the following rateas One aopyone year, IS; three copies one year. 13; ten copies one year.tlS; single copies, in wrappers, are Vents each. a-AlleommnnleatiOBS, whether on bosteers or lor publication, should be addr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 January 1874

asaela. Tt THErKAppBIjqATmK ru THE J.IAMOKD ERACELETS. It was during the plmlcst days of the cin- lire. Never was Paris so gay ; In fact, It was therfe day of the Emperor, the last fllckcrim: blaze of his greatness ere his glory departed iorcver. All Pans Knew that lie would grace the opera that ti-gut and add to its rami lustre .the glittcnru: pomparslUrcumstanccof power. Accordingly all that portion of Paris who had the necessary number of francs cnt to the opera, end, m 1 onor or so stcat ai occasion, Mous. Blam-ais, the director, was to produce "LaProphete." The overture was over ; the Emperor, accom panied hy the Empress, radiant In her beauty and riittcrin w.fj jew els, had just entered the royal box ; his suite, nuiformed In every color ofrthc rainbon, stood grouped In the back ground. In another moment the bell would tingle and the opera commence. But In an In stant of time, when every round was heard, the second lox to the right of the Emperor was opened, ami the curtains w...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 January 1874

-4A- t-l. i i.ni.u; iiihiii.i -' WH.I- " i.' j'limtywf ffwMHWMrgijw the 7TioNAir:toiJB:pta I87 wrWlf.,1 . aslH CASE OF GEN. 0. 0. HOWARD jjiotueb coxaruxicAixox mox THE SECJtETAJtX OVWAIi. THE ACCOUNTABILITY OF GEN. HOWARD UST OP DEFICITS AND OVER-STATE-TIIEXTS TN TRI ACCOUNTS OP GEN. BAL- LOCH-THE EXAMINATION STILL IN PRO GRESS. The Seeretarv of War transmitted to the House crRmresentatlves vcsterdaT afternoon farther VMnrnnnlMllon In relation tO the alleged lliegU- laxities In the Freedmen's Bureau by General Howard and General George W. IJalroeh. Te Seeretarv states that on December IS the Adju tant General of the army completed an Investiga tion hased upon information furnished over the Signatures or the Treasurer ol the United States and of the accounting oOleera of the Trcasurj. This investigation involves (through General iih int Hfchnminv Affleer of the Frecdmen a Bureau,) a responsibility and accountability of the late uornmi'sioncr uoscm m vfv and shows that funds of the U...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 January 1874

gy gfrftRniflBgy' fg.aimwi'"":-i rfP'irSPrinr " .'T3i.( TKJLJ&t&&JLnCYCLl rLjoixzr'rrinr ..,., iji I " J-JMI jyii..., J .. -n i '.'r'pto vi? j VOL. XIV. WASHINGTQNf JP, .Q. MOBNING, JA-NUAHY:9, 1874i NO. 37. 1- A . K-4-K tg - - - --r TrrTr JX Xt- t. . . -- -j ...,,.,,. - j V VTlMiF'7sr --" --- ; tin i.i , .1 ,i.Li i.t m i . ". -; . . . . " ! , - . v , , -uuv -wii, , .--ir- ira"Ju..xvAXvuyy mi it. -s y tWLJ fc." - -; cwt-i . - n i ;..pto vi. i i? - -F Ttm v,,'i''li,!(l . 1 11 .. .W ,r------- ' HKB i tfm 2 r-C l 1-1' fI "r rl I J m M7m ' - ...vrr-r IT rl I 1 1 rl I rl 1 T-v-- ,flOHK J .1 r . Il ItII I vi I II , , ; . . . a. . i ' -j .. ' . r ' i . ' ' ' ' T. - . . ' i i - 0 !t .J :-z I to, 7 FOB EENT. iriOH RENT FinjK-STOKYBBIOKHOIJSE, JL" with in(xtcn Improrrmcuts, ""'" UII.KV. T1J Mtrket Biacr. Jt-Jt 1-IQ I SSTnEET NOKTHWEST. A .1 1 1 lin(tuMi.Alv nirnUhftl Cltlte of VVOIUS OU iirt Door, n.n unron M-cona uoor,qjoiuno:un tt'om, -witlnor vrlthout hoard. jabt TJIOR RENT FUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 January 1874

'-- - t" ' nJirniww T ' '"",", VI I..pib r THE NATTONAIi EEPUBLIC AN. FRIDAY MOBKDTG. JANUARY 9, 1874. s i . gjtetaal UrcMfam "W. J. MUBTAGH. Editor and Proprietor. r The National Hetoblicas 1i published every morning (Sundays excepted) at the southwest cor ner of TWrtwnthitreet and Pennsylvania avenue, and U furnished to subscribers (by carrien) at Stir cents per month. Hall subscriber!, (8.00 per year: H09 t0T Blx months, and 12.00 for three month. Temu In variably In adTance. m BATES OF ADVERTISING: Twenty-flTe cents per Sine. Advertlsemeutsnnder tneneaaor"jroroaieorii:"n ..., ana Found, "and "Personal," twelve and a half cents per line THE "WEEKLY NATIONAL BErUBLTOAN Is published every Saturday morning, and is fur nished to subscribers at the following: rates: One copy one year, ; three copies one year. "; ten copies one year,i5; single copies. In wrapper, are cents each. aj. AH communications, whether on business or for publication, should bo addressed to Wat. J. Kcbtagii, Trop...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 January 1874

jp ;v-i. ?? - -wsv3rfcSM" K f-- THE ffAaJOyAIixSBPra $, i? I ! JfOBS ABOUT AN ADMIRABLE WOMAN. Tho 'Washington correspondent of the Louis ville Courier-Journal says that "Mrs. West moreland, in her sketch of Mrs. General Eaton, omit! cl some Important facts. The old lady resided so many years in 'Washington that even now her name is frequently mentioned. There "was much gossip alxrat her during Jackson's administration, and he dissolved his Cabinet because the lad C3 refused to call upon Mrs. Eatou. We are apt to call these degenerate days, but should our military President of to-day attempt such a role there would be such a howl of virtuous indignation that he would be crushed. Another well-authenticated fact concernine Mrs. Eaton and the hero of New Orleans is' that one night Mrs. Eaton had the toothache and a hot brick was wanted. When Gen. Jackson heard tlut such a thin? could not be obtained, he had a brick forced from the fireplace In his sitting-room at tho White Douse and ap...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 January 1874

-"' "w'e" BtJllPWWlt'tl.M-ltLtgWlta! r 1 THE ffATIIONAX l!EPimiJCAFRIDATf6B!rora, JANTfRT 9.4v i 7 K , ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION. TROPO-im OIMAKIZA.TIOS OF JE.Y VIX&EJtS LXJ AJIClirXECTS. MTTUAT., IJEXEyiTASD BELr-VKOTECTION Itb OWECT-RErOKM IX TIIE TOOFES SlON EEI)ED-T1IE CODY TO BE rUKI KIF.l) OF ALE UXWOllTUY MEMDEItS. Some time s-nco about thirty or the civil engi neers and architects or this District eonoelvcd tho Idea of bondln-; together anil forming a society for their mutual benefit and scU-protcctlon, and 1 1 i ;..,vl a rircnlar to their fcllow-mem- bcrs ta the profusion looking to that end, of which the followlnu; Is a eppv: .-,. Convinced that tho establishment fj socleg crcn-Ineers In the District or Uolumbla 111 moot with uecervl approval, and win indeed answer a ,St W felt by many, If not the lare raoiorlts ?rLTuch.cietlesare nox ciistlhs In all tho j.romtoent cities of the Vnion, and only Washing ion tt yet behind. , ..riii,nfnir,c nf them, and tin DcneQt and ad-ran...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 January 1874

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Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 January 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATUKpAY MOBMNGK JANUABY 10. 1874 ftataal QtgnVRm W. J. MTJRTAGH Editor and Proprietor. Tbe National Eipublicas It published every morning (Sundays excepted) t the southwest cor ner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenae, and la furnished to subscribers (by carriers) at ofty cents per month. ' Mill subscribers, $8.00 per year; H0br months, and .00 for three mouths. Terms ln Yarlably In advance. KATES OP ADVERTISING : Twenty-live cents per line. Adrertlsementsundcr it,. h..H .r "Vnr Rale or Bent." "Wanted." "Cost and round." and "Personal," twehre and a half cents per line. THE WEEELT NATIONAL REPUBLIOaK lspubllslicd every faturday morning, and U fr nlshed to subscribers at the foUowms rates: One copy one year, 2; three coptes one year. 5; ten copies one ycar,au; single copies, la wrappers, v cenu eacb. M9- All communications, whether on business or lor publication, should be addressed to Wat. J. Mchtaoii, Proprietor, National BxrunucAX, Washington, D. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 January 1874

THE NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. SATUBDAY .IVf OBNING, JANUARY 10, 1874. ffc ll V .HUMOROUS PARAGRAPHS. Broken rpirlt a I ran ly e-ueh. XiTna's hoa 1 u'tnry., which la lt sols reliance, at lnijiroTiti A parlor malcli-popplng; " question In the urawlng-room. . What is the r.-.v age roraparjont Whr.tne parsnn-agpto e h-, 'TrnsieUon..ilialr"lsa Detroit editor J lr. ttro.iuc.iuu ; :. e-rsrc lube. - Miss Antli 11 9 s-tv concludes her prayers 7Uu-"Aiaenaiiaiviraen." ' Itts ncebte 1 nu cr the Now Mexico mining stockholders toll an oro true tale. A how out - .Wnk whisky. HJ,raM-' flndsnodlffico'-vInhrcaklnsH'tomae-canter. Some ae . Her 'fcnd,7?:SSfhu Iarno-elnc:.i.rorafeworhlsrw la this couilrv. " x One great different between Byron and-B In early youlh 'hit the one was a Harrow boy, the other a p.owbor. .-...a..,,. A Bed faouk. ,A. J.) iarmer boasts that his hens let Sega tSellril-beat Tht r'0CI on8nt to bo taken Into cusoirdy. . Miss Battle- .ii a oonqnat as B J -beautv-ataPl-bilelplila fair. She ...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 January 1874

THE NATIONALEEPUBIJOAN, SATTJJRDAY MOBNINGr, JANUARY 10. 1874. r $ U u i F THE SUFFRAGE QUESTION. UrETIXG OF TUB WASHINGTON AS SOCIATION YESTERDAY. k NEW TIIASE OF THE SUBJECT-CONSTI TUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE IGNORED AND THE OPINION OP THE DISTMCT BUrREME COURT TO BE MADE TUB BASIS FOB FUTURE WORK. A meeting of the ladles of this city Identified with the suffrage movement was held yesterday m the lecture-room of the Young Men's Christian Association, with Mrs. Sara J. Spencer In the chair. The meeting was called for the purpose of consultation and arriving at some definite plan of action before the meeting of the national conven tion, -which assembles next week. The attend ance was confined to the ladles who attempted to register last year, and a few of the more promi nent gentlemen friends of the movement. Mrs. Spencer, In calling the meeting to order, stated its object, and said that she had for some time past been In consultation with the leading Jurists and lawyers of the Distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 12 January 1874

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 12 January 1874

At THE NATIONAIi REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12, 1874. M I ktwunl $t$Mtm. TV. J. MURTAGH Editor and Proprietor. 1 The Natio-val Repcblicak li published every 1 morning (Sundays excepted) at the southwest cor- nexofThlrtecntli itmt and Fiunsylvanls avenue, and Is furnished to subscribers (bycsxrh-rslatflrty cents per month. i , Mill subscriber. SS.00 rr Tear: 81.01 'lor art months, and S2.C0 for three months. Terms ln-1 Txrl&bl) In advance. - V,4 . RATES OF ADVERTISING: Twenty-five cents per line. Advcrtlsrinentsnnder the head of "For Sale or Rent," "Wanted," "Lost smdFound,"and "Personal," twelve aud a half cents per line. TOE WEEKLY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IspublUhcd every Saturflay morning, and is fur nlsned to snbserlbrrs at the following rates: Ono copy one year, $2; three copies one year. $3; ten copies one year,i3; single copies, la wrappers, art cents each. Mf All communications, whether on basinet! tr ior publication, should be addressed to ffK. J. Mcbtago, Froprieto...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 12 January 1874

.. V V m m ITEMS ABOUT WOMEN. ttuakerirrty ' the color still popular among bnuei for traveluT'S dresses. EmbroIOery rcmr"nUnS , ,TJ" lrei U the latest, and very hands,. " " -Britrham Yonnjr it B.tlD.Pllrtl!?JlaI-..S! doesn't wunt any women con-" 0Ter thirty tout to Salt Lake. No man Is safe these times. A eOu. g Sing has had notice of a breach or. pmlse suit serrod on him. The stralBhten.np-Mary-Jane-andJhow-y..nr; treast-iiln attitude has superseded theOreelai. -ucuu in r-eona. . A cynical lady, rather lnellned to flirt, says tnoat men are like a cold, Tery easily caught, but very hard to get rid of. Paris ladles arc weiring a gray felt hat turned tip on one side, and witu a pink rose and long drooping feather as ornaments. Detroit ladles are said to be the most prolifio In the United States. Tho last census gare orcr 300 pairs of twins and 98 triplets. An Ohio lady bases her claim for a dlroree on the ground that on one occasion her husband put her to soak In the rain-water barrel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 12 January 1874

: .-:'', ."wra THErKATICWf tBJblANe MQffPAY MOBNiyG, Jj4KHA;BYa2,18T4L THE CHIME 01? ABORTION. MVllliVROFTllKXOTlljm.' t K. EDWARD T. LEON ARRESTED FOB THE KlUh-HOW. WHERE AM) WHEN TIIK WORK. WAS DONE-SfATEJIEM OF THE DYING VICTIM. On Saturday afternoon tme of the officials from -JwColumWaHospi taland Lying In Asylum eallod it polite headquarters end notified Chlcr Detee Uo Clarroe that there was a young woman In the institution mho was dying from the effects of an abortion, which had been recently produced, t wa supposed, by Leon Thompson alias Ed ward T. Leon, a man who has been several times previously arrested on tbe same charge, but man aged lo escajic. The case was assigned to Detec tives Mrgeat and McEltresh, and they at once rueeededtothe hospital, and were VishercdJnto the room of the dying woman. Her name and residence were hrst ascertained, and then a state ment or tbe causes which led to her present con dition requested. The woman is about twenty-two years of ace, fair c...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 13 January 1874

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 13 January 1874

gtofitfmU llfjmMiratu W.J.MUBTAGH Editor Mid FiWptltor. The Natiokai. Rxtublicaw I published .very tnornlng (Sundays excepted) at the southwest aor nerorThlrtcenth street nd Pennsylvania avasine, and Is tarnished to subscribers (by carriers) at irty cant per month. - v ,i .J V months, and .00 for three month. Tumi In variably In advance. BATES OlfeU)VXBTISn?a : Tweaty-nve cents per Una. Advertisements nnder the head of "For Sale or Kent," "Wanted," "Lost and Fraud, and "Fcrsonal," twelve and a half cent per line. THS"WEEKLY NATIONAT;bEPTJBLi0aX J published every. Saturday morning, and 1 far- Bitnea to (uDscnber at the following rate: One OPT, one .year, (2; three copies one year. S9; ten copletoneyear.ttt; sdiiglt copies, In wrappers, are cents eaclu Jo?" All communications, whether, on buslnsss or for publication, should be' addressed to Wx. J. VxmTi.au, Proprietor, National RartJauCAir, Washington. P, C. TUB REPUBLICAN BAB A. IUBGEX CtXOU IJLTIOXTIUJ! ANT OTHER XOBHIKO PAPER JIT T...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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