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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

Jfc ,r THE NATIONAL REPUBUOAN, SATIJKDAY MOENING, APBTL 1874-PQUBIiE. SHEET. 3: r ; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Cards or FIrst-Clnss Krtnfc lltnmont in nil Branches or Busi ness in tne District. -,. m,T t r.'VWRTJT.T THIS DIRECTORY BEFOKE MA.KIJ" rURCHAfcES. OR TRANSACTING A-NV KIND Of HuSl taau i"""- AGniCCtTCBAABEMOTSKS. j.a. hakeb. tca.res.tsiLa.Ave., net,ui " AltClIITECTS. Uexbt R. Seabie, r-0 E " P-a "" PADCMaeV.rMU. Ale. Geo'twn. aoS eawK&.m vou; k. "enue- i fiTnnHK iciF street, near 1Mb. w .. TimZxKMtaV"- opp. City nan. 5?t. J."WbJat, M street northwest. SB THoSrsoSf ncS Law BuUdlnf.711 0 at. ? vnnsuus. TC5 6 t.. opp. Patent Omce. fc ?: Mli"No; ?oV. L Bauaiar. ih st, C.T.G ablamv. 1C F treet Jet. Mtt .and 15th. i. M. SarNDKns. 4357th st bet. p and E. Cio W. Dyeb,TI1 8th it., north oenVss J.T.K.Plant. 70S E street; J.P., Notary, Com. BAKERIES. ,..,.. O. s. Kbafft. 8. E. cor. Pa. ire. and JJth mi. O.M.LA:3,NariPle iBr'd Bk'T.TfflE.Capltol it. TVM. MACAVHJ.UKB.Vew York Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

-THE-KATtOKAIj JREPtJBIJGAN. SATUBMy MOENING, APEIL i, J874BOtJBLE SHEET. fr gfotiatml jjfepMicm W. J. MUBTAGH Editor mnd rroprletor. Tne Natioxai. RrrcBLtCAX Is pubUshea every nornlnit (Sundays excepted) at the southwest cor jieroiTlilrteenthstrMt and Pennsylvania avenue, stnd Is furnished to subscribers (by carriers) ate-fty cent per month. Malt subscribers, 13.00 per yrar; ti.W for Ix months, and $S.OJ for three months. Term la Tarlably In advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING: Twenty-are cents per line. Advertlsementsunder o..t,ril of'ForSaleorKent." "Wauled," "Lost and Found," and "Personat," twelve and a half cents per Una. THE WEEKLY NATIONAL BEPUBLlCiV jFpubllslicd every Thursday morning, and Is fur nished to subscribers at the following rates: One copy one Tear, ; three copies one year. $3; ten coplrsone year, 5 15; single copies, la wrappers, are cents each. O Allcommuntesttons, whether on business or for publication, shonld be addressed to wm. J. SIdbtagh, Proprietor, National Rk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

THE NATIONAL BSPffiSfcfOAfr. gSruSSASf fiOfcGrApltlX r 4. 18,74:-iD6UBtE BlaSM. , tiundrcd and thirty-one dollars were spent on tho road after the report, on a small portion oftt; and in the condition the road Is dot It mast, according to that rat, cost $100,000 to put tt in order. That 838,831 part is now rolled up just like a snow drlft.wlth, at certain Clstanccs apart, deep places full of water. By the Chairman: Q. Tho road Is In bad condition! A. Tes, sir, from tho manner In which the material has been put on, and the -way the contractors have done tho work. or Instance, the macadamising through the prop erty I own now was In many places not over three Inches, and it won't im-rage seven Inches, all the way through. It was contracted for a loot. And as for the road belre graTeled.lt never was graveled. v i a. Q. No (Travel there! A. No, sir; the lan ... i.i ,. (Tmrr, th bed of the road where the "fuller's earth and clay, which composes part of that country, ana some poor eauu, mm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

THE NATIONAL BEPUBUCAN. SATURDAY MOENING. APKIL 4, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. I0YE MATCHES IN ERAXCE. 9B XLSEWB1XIE. now marriages are amassed by LADY FRIENDS-A WIDOW A3D THE PRETENDERS MATRIMONJ AL AGENTS AND THEIR INTERMEDIAR1ES-A COOL ENGINEER-BREAKING A CONTRACT. Paris Correspondence or tbe London TIiuli 8ome weeks ago I met a lady acquaintance nt -mine, a rich, ugly, witty widow. "Did you amuse yourself much during the Carnival," I sxea. "j.o,"De axsweraVdurlDf. the Car nival I danced, and I am now of an acevthen dancing is more of a toil than a pleasure. It is since .Lent began mat I have been amused." "Vou follow the sermons, then!" "No, but I -waicn tae marchinr past of the pretenders. and I have nearly as many as the throne of trance." Perceiving my astonishment, she went on "I see you are surprised, so I will explain the mystery for you. 1 am free,, still young, too ugly to be amiable, anj I am mistress of an income of 60,000f. The emptiness of the Carnival made me turn my attenti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

THE NATIONAIi EEPUBUCAN, BATUBPAY MOBNIKG. APBUJI 187-D'OUBLGS HEET. 'POWNFALL OF COOMASSIE. -ttTJT MlITTSn AB3TT I-V KZXQ KOT TEE'S CAPITAL. THE ROYAL BESIDENCE-THE B1CH ErOILS OF WAR- MUSICAL UMBRELLAS AND MASKS OP BEATEN GOLD - TEE GOL- 0OTIIA OF FETICHISM. ' A correspondent of the New Tork JJVrS!fco .smparJedtheexpedttlonofSUGarnciWolse. !lej against t2.eK.neo. Cootaass-e, writes as toU tows : . 1 The King' private residence was a s.resg If T built edifice of atone, p!"1 "r with Kmo mortar. Every P& Ume w tr4M ioorted at immense cost from Cape Coast mutla. In appearance It was like any of those 'Wild square bulldlnjs which any one may see anywhere In Palestine or oyna, who. ut aaai fcJon of battlements and loophole. It was alto- Itether a substantial structure, and any British miercbant at Cape Coast or Sierra Leone would tcaTe oeen proua to cau suco, a nouse nu own Jtt Inclosed a quadrangle or a pared courtyard t twenty-four feet by twenty, and was two storks ri ana ni-rooi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 4 April 1874

FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY WABnuraTox wobkixo ixxbebe- NETOZXXT CAVSE. ?...s55 "of rE wkaki - """- menxs prouress-1 CHARITY ENTEBTAIKMENTS J SEES SSSS.0 CHARITT TLJTIOH BT CONGRESS. iwlv bntsurelr tie kind-hearted people of -s,1f. .r. . riiini to the wpport f tb, Savlly me. and the spirits of those Vbeb'i Y6c1nEUtnuonui..B - - Uno doubt that the people are thoroughly aronsea .- , necessity r making personal eoorcs, to maintain tha established havens of rest In '.heir midst, for, front present appearances, little or no assistance ts'to be expected from the Oovr rnmenL Ko one -witl. u name, heart and CbrlsUr .n feelings eonld,famoment,nesitaieto cu( wttn iram a ml into the movement when fnoe the lnstl- ntwm nrooosed to be benefited has been Inspected, for personal Tlsit to them woo) d prove that the work there accomplished Is a b eaotlfal and heav- ay,i oTin- and worthy me ioi'.owers or mm who eald that "Inasmuch asyejavo done It unto the- least of these mychiiaren.7ehave aono unto mo. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

jr Dijarj'ixi J. ; ;: j .:: A -k A. .'-fitiuio'i oio vy : :.:.t WASHINGTON, D. C.j MONDAY -MQBSQy Algilff G1S7&-T50VBI& SHEET, NO. 110. VOX. xiv. '" - y ' "3 -""rA T r" r jemt. ju r - '- .risivSffll'1- '(tofi- 'c - ilif 'IT ..: " -iSBt - -r , ' . ! ., ii.,........, .,! - . -i - . , , . ''.."-- - -... ,,.,.. -- ,-- . , . ,. - - Trrr-r r-r r - - - - - - "- ny?t r THE WAR DEPARTMENT. COX"X.ECXrOV or rORTXAITB OF THE SECRETARIES OF WAX. niSTOEIC ROOMSIRTHE OLD DEPARTMENT BUILDING AM. THE WAaiECRETABlU ON CANVAS-SKETCH OV SECRETARY BELKNAP'S "PREDECESSORS IS THE WAR OFFICE. ' ' ' ' In the bnildlnir oenfnled'bT a portion of -the offices or the War Department, known as the NttfttlWMt V.T"wttT 'Rnildlne-.-whlchwIU' soon be torn down, and on the site of which Ii to bo lnrntMi T.rtmrth Mrncture. now In, processor erecfimil"ojflga'e4 to contala.the State, War, and Navy Department, are two rooms, on the second floor, situated lahe extreme northeast corner, wMeti hare beWthe'tlleatre of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

THE KATIOKAL BEPUBUCAar. MONDA MOBnCNG. APBIL 6, 18?4-DOUBLE SHEET. PRIDE OF OLD DOMINION. WIZLZAX AXD itast colzeqs at WILZIA3I3BUJta. 1'RESIDENT EWELL-8 REMARKS BEFORE THE HOUSE COMMITTEE OST EDUCA TION AND LABOR UPON THE DMTRUi; TION OF THE BUILDINGS AND OTHER PPOPtBTT OF THE WKliMt.-""- ESTINO HISTORY. 3fr. Chairman and Gentlemen ctht Committee: HavlDhad the bonor or appearing before the Committee of Education and Labor of the orty.flist, and also that of the Forty-eecond Congress, as the representatlye of the College of William and Mary, I would not, -willingly, ask to be allowed to oomo before you did I not think my remarks might save time and labor to these gentlemen present who are not famil iar with the antecedents of the collere. Of those to wLom I am repeating "a thrice told tale," I ask pardon tor thus again taxing their patience. Within twelve years of the settlement of Jamestown, in 1607, steps were taken by the friends or the colony of Virginia in England to establish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

- j. AwasV- 'jaj-vjw THE-NATIONAL Iffi?UBiiICANMOKDAY'MOKNmG,' APKEL6ri874-4-DOIBLE SHEET. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Contain Ing Cards or First-Class Est"' aUnmcnla in all Brandies or BumI- ncss In tbe District. FVERYBODY SHOULD CO&.ULl THIS DIRECTORY BEFORE MAK.r 'UKClIASErl. OK "?! , itSZnVfV KIND OF BUSINESS 1" in ..j..-. AGRICPtTCnAI. wABKnojjsrs. 3.A. Bakes. K6.J3S.S3 Iamb., oet,th AlOtbsU. ARCHITECTS. W. M. PoiNbKXTKR. Vernon Kow. ChasIt. Davis"?o..6iS70i t..op.r.tent Office HxsBY R. 8EAKLK. 710 E .. op. P. O. Dept. AI.E DEPOTS. rxLlirB 4 Gseen; Massev'sFblla. Ale. Geo'twn. ATXOnKETS-AT-EAW. TV. B. Wxbb, Columbian Law Building, 8th street. James A. Morcax, m La. ave., near City HaU. OEORCKEAKIX. JB.,456'.OUlSlana avenue. O. 8TORB". 1424 F street, near 15th. Kejct A Neale, 542 1) it., opp. City Hall. Bobt. J. McnrtAT. 319 t!4 street northwest. O. D. Babbitt, 317 4K street, Ens ox Brother, 711 Q rt., opp,Patcnt Offlee. JU.TiiOMrsoj.-. Thompson's Law BaUding.7nas. P. R. VoonHEES, 7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

THE yATIOyAL,RliPTJBIJCAyeJtIoyDA.Y M&NINGr, AfffflL 0, J874r-50pUtM BBM& i ptiomtl t$Mhm. T, J. nniTAaii."""!Edilor and Proprietor. Tbe Jf MiOltll RznraLlCAWls publlihed every morning (Sundays' excepted) tt the southwp? oor; nero (Thirteen tUstreet and renntylranla avenue, aadlsfurnlihedto subscribers (by carriers) et an j eenti per month. Halt subscribers, fs.CS per Tear; tm for air months, and (2.(0 for three month. Term Is. variably In adrance. HATES OT ADVZBTISIXO: TwentyBve cents per liae. AdTertlseaenttundcr tbe bead of "for Sale ai Bent," ''Wanted," "Loit and Found, "and "Personal," twetre and a hair cents per line. THIS TVEEKIVT NATIONAL BETUBLICAN WpUBllsbad every Thursday morning, and la fur Blthea to subscribers at the following ratei: One copy one year, JJ; three copies bne year. CS; ten copies one year.Jli; jingle copies, In wrappers. Are cents each. AjJ- All communications, whether on business or for publication, ehoald be addressed t TO. J. McniAan, Proprieto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

1 H. liimjsai rt r V I." '"t 'TT itrr1 r t -A"n 7IT - skAokjUBlitek'MbbAt M6k&G. AEIL 6. 1875tJBL SHEET. y n. 4 -SlEBRATIM OP EASTER. VEJZVICES TXSXESDAY IN S03IE OX oue feincipax, cavncars. " JShiust, the lord, is risen-impressivb )SERICE3 AT TRINITY AND OTHER 1 EPISCOPAL CHURCHES-SERVICES II THE ? CATHOLIC AND METHODIdT CUUKCHE3 fiiBUMMlR MEMORIAL SERVICES ja ient, with Its solemn services commemorative Jf -events of deeply sacred significance, has jjeome and gone. Its self-denials and rigid ab fttlnences have been endured by the faithful In ftbrder that the spiritual might be made more liymtnetrlcal and the sesthetlcal developed In pore boautlful proportions. Yesterday the Sacred festival of Kaster was celebrated with its anthems of Joy, its floral offerings, Its Incense, " fixA its imposing rituals, which have all been hushed in solemn reverence in memory oi tha sad scenes in the history of the "despised, "llazarene." The joyous sound of His triune victory over death hell, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

W.'- - - r 6 THE NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. MONDAY MORNING. APRIL, 6. 187-)OVBUE. SHEET. f . i )jr TOREIGN NEWS TOriCS. . gbavuxc ssETcn of offioxax life xx st. rrtEXsnvxa. rtSCRlPTION OF A RUSSIAN BALL BY MINISTER JEWELL-JAPAN'S SECRET TOLICY-TOE HOME RULE DEBATE-THE ROYAL SIDE SHOW AT CHI3ELHUBST -AFFAIRS IN PARIS AND ROME. Minister Jewell, our minister at St. Peters imrg has written the foiiowig letter to a lady in Rochester, N. Y: ST. riTKUSBCBO. Mitch's, JST4. Mr Dim Mrs. : I wonder If ycu don't think 1 am lost sometimes. I an not, but am quite flnnly anchored up In this so-called cold climate. It has not Been cold all this winter, though I understand It is exceptional. Wc hare tad about ten days of r.ero weather, not more, ud those run fiTe or ten below only, a few Vlaya and nights down to ten above zero bat most of the time twenty or thirty above, cloudy sour weather; but now it is bright and sunny a foot or two of snow only. No trouble In leeplng warm at all. Wood Is burned mostly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

THE tffAraoKAL REPUBLrGN,,MOKDAY 0EN1(J, hksin 6,JlBji-iovS& SHEli 4 :? THE illSSOUgl BRIGANDS. THE CniCAUO HfTEE-OCEAlf TJIELB HEADQUARTERS. AX "THE YOUNGER FAMILY OF HOUSE THIEVES IHEIB SULPHUROUS RESIDKNCE-PO-IjITE TREATMENT OF GUESTS AFTER they determine not to shoot os Hang them. "Curtis" writes the Chicago Inter-Ocean from Appleton City, Mo , la the following racy style: InoneofArtemos Ward's lectures ho used to tell of an old frontiersman, who had built lira a comfortable cabin, and was living alone with his wife and family far away from all civilization. The story was given and the lcture was described In the humorist's best Tela, acl continued that the mac on returning from a protracted hunt one day, found his cabin burned by the Indians, his wile and children gone, and the bones of his stock in the ashes of his stable. The old squatter gazed upon the the scene for a moment, Artemus said, and then murmured in tones of anguish, ''How ridtcalousl" The same contrast of lan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 April 1874

,J3iffi2asi . THE KATfONAIJRERUBIJCAH, MOATMORfflHG, AffL fsBOroSHEET . 8 BELP POR THE. HELPLESS. MOliE X7IJVSIASTia VOltKEBS IX IBE OlOJilOCS CAVSC THE ARRAnGEMEKTS "i?" PROGRAMME AT THE ;S CLARA .MORRIS TO TiALfSASiatTS THE MF-fsB. FORD AT WOBK-THE LA DIES IS EARNEST-ritEPABlNQ FOR A GRAND PUBLIC MEETIXO-THE CHARITY JJALL-THE PROMENADE CONCERT 4c. The public Interest In ttis grand movement In favor of charity Is rapidly Increasing, and the ar. rutgtmests for the various entertainments are being pushed lorward with all poisible energy, from every direction corns Bcrdi of encourage ment and elferi of assistance, and If all of the latter are accepted tbe tulei of entertainments would continue for a long time to come. While it U Impossible to accept all tbe oCcra of amateurs end nrcfessicnals to assist In the food cause, It Is evident from these generous proflers of aid tbsti the enlhnsiasm In favor of the grand b11' Is rapidly spreading, and the ultlmato benefits the unfortunates tn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

F 1 : ' ' ' ' VOL. XIV. DISTRICT Em:STIGATIONlfeaUthe "HlgUin'1 Ptoee"OBU,eTOTY-THIKD CONGRESS. axotuerbay woRSEtBAN thrown AWAY ON XHXTARCE. MB. CLARKE TRIES TO SHOW THAT HE HAS BEBN SUI5JED BY THE ENHANCE MENT OF H18 PEOPERTY THREE gJN- DBILD PBR CENT. TO. A. COOK TESTI- flits ON THE EVANS BONDS. KIKtTEEKin DAT. M0XDAY. April 8, 1874. The wmnlttee metpurtuant to adjournment The (tninolos of Friday last were read and approved. , TKStMONT OT . B. CLARK. "ft. B.CUtk, having been called by the me-mpriallsU,-waB -duly sworn, and testified aa fol low!: Mr.hristy. It may be proper for me to say this, that Four-and-a-half street was one of the street designated by us In our list of streets to whteh. we desire the attention of the committee to boxalled, in reference to a matter of -.failure npou the part of the Board of Public Works to projperly improve it, and to the excessive cost of-the same. Since then, however, I of course, "with yourselves, have learned from the case that the Board o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

- THE NATIONALfEEEOT ?, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. tr cjC I DISTRICT INYESTIGATIQN. ( Continued from Fit it PaoeA At one time I was Inclined to ?'""? 5?fc lon, bnt upon a mere careful oxmInticn or ta orranlo act thli Inclination has f"aTtT;i.fiv! nrfeenth section provides that JfiS Assembly ihU nerer g-raat or "' J compensation, fee or allowance to any public offl"t7.errnt " e?,.?''eI,,Uw "" ,0 laleWrendered or a contract made. ,.ir.um it uill be seen, anmles exclu. slvelr V tbeXegHIaUire, and not to tbo Board or Publle Works. , ....rv.,,,.,,.. - b,rt?. ..w.,nnld ba In vrltlntr and aliraad br the nar. tin 'makiuffthemr and besides thatlhey should ba preoeded by appropriations. But the fctihat the original contract must be (a writing, o aa to b obligatory upon the District, does sot prevent a modification of It, or an Increase of prices. Whether tueh increase should beina.de, there fore, becomes purely a question for the sound dis cretion or Judgments the board. Ami it seems in nut whn ftnoh...

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

THE NATIONAL KEPUBMCAN. TUESDAY MOENING, APKTL 7. 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Cnntnl cine Cards ot Ftrat-Clausa Eetntr- llahraenta in Ml Brnncbca ofBMt n(H in tbe District. rr-Sr-TVERYllODY SHOULD CONSULT sKS? THIS D1RFCTCRY BEFOM! MAlslj"' PURCHASES OR TRANSACTING " KIND OF BUSLNESS1N THE DISTRICTS AGRICULTURAL WABEHOCSES. J. A. BAKT.lt. ttLK&.KZLx.y'; Wt,Sth AlChsls. AnciirrECTs, W. M PotNDSXTLIt Vernon Row. ,,.. chab.t. datis a fo.v5Il:i""'i?I';,r? SSL00" lUBTR.SEAKLL, T.oEst.. op. P. O. Dept. PALtfRi 0" : MreV. rolls- Ale. Geo'twn. ATTORJETS-AT-IAW. nr kVb Columbian Law Building tfhstreet. FidcWS?oli. 4ML..ve., oVc,t HaU. J amis i A Morgan. 4 La. AYe near City HaU. uioJoE Elm. V""4? VS'SS,' """ i' fcTonli 1424 F meet near 14th. xVW Nbali, MJ D St., opp. City Hill. Krat.3.ciiiM ulmMl' K & Mob'XLL, So. 0 Col Law Building, Mh st. ? T.O ARLASlCltM F street, bet. 14th and 15th. I.. M. SArvpxRS. 57lh st.. bet. Dsnd E. Ore W I)TAB,711th ., north of Patent OOee. J.t.K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

Ja ; "i pr :i;:.xoi: - Jk.tJi. .. X J.. ! r I'll J' ' $ I,!-: fir. . J ? .i v ! ' ' " t- 'A THE NATIONAL REPUBIJCAtrtJESDAY MpKiOT&;ABKIIi .7, J.874-DQTTBLE SHEET. T -w J xi . - r i:-' j: ,::u'ai vi kx-ja'. r af j0al fpuMirm W.J.MURTAGH..., .Editor end Proprietor. The Xahoxai. Ruxblicax Is nbUAe every morning (Sundaye excepted! t U southwest eor erofThtrteenttttreet and Pennsylvania avenue, and Is furnished to subscribers (by carriers) at firry cent per month. Kill enoscribers, SS.W Ir ywr; S4.00 for etx months, and JS.CO for three months. Terms in variably lii advance. KATES OP ADVETiTISTNG: iwenty-v cents per line. AdTerttaementsunder tl.hilor"rorSleorEent." "Wanted." ".Loit apdronsd."and "Personal," twelve and a half cenu per line THE WEEKLT NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Ifpnbllsbed every Thursday snornlns;, and U far sUkcd to subscribers at the foUowlng rates: One copy one year, (3; three coplea one year. 3; ten oopleioneyear.ais; single copies. In wrappers, nV ceatseaeh. es JKf AUcom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

::.TO" 71 j THE GENEROUS RESPONSE. mom: lr.tnx rjiiEKBt ran the HOOK AXV rJllEXDLESS. x ns3 i.ydia xnowrsov and troupe to - LESD TilEinAJIJ-MEETI.NO OP LEADING LADIiS to.morbov-t:ie joejkffeh- "BON CMJB-THF. AUAbOEMEST3 FOB THE tNTEKTAIVMENTb ritoailEsSlJfO TUE COLORED ORl'ilAH UOilE-COBEE-SPONDENCE The seir assumed task of the obaritably un wind workers In the community Is beginning to bear very ripo Trull The enthusiasm la favor of the movement Is rapidly spreading, and the glad tidings Is snnounoed that society Is waking up to the evident necessity that exists for assisting the charitable Institutions or the District to the ut Hrmost curat. Although the rigors or winter ere no longer to be feared and the poor are 1a no danger of suffering from coldyet the several hos pitals and benevolent homes hereabouts are crowded with helpless ani suffering men, women and children, whom society Is -bound to support, aadwho ire thrown upon tbehands or the. mana ge of those several Institutions...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

i THE NATIONAL EEPHBUCAN, TUESDAY MOENING, APRIL 7; 1&74-DOUBLE SHEET. THE UTAH DELEGATE. jhoujiext snoirxso iitat ro j.raj.3iY xs sot MEXICAN. THE MORMONS DID NOT GOTO MEXICO AS C1I1UNS, BDT AS AMERICANS-DID NOT CLAIM PROTECTION OF MEXICAN LAWS POLYGAMY NOT AUTHORIZED BY ilEXI- CAN LAWS. The following Is the brief or n argument mtde tefore the House Committee on Elections upon the Mexican point in tho contested elec tion esse of Maxwell vs. Cannon: In justification of the practice of polypimj, two things are presumptuously claimed by the Mormons and come of their apologists and de fenders, under the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, as follows: First. They say this treaty with Mexico, made and ratified on the SOth day of May, A. D. 184S, secured to the Mormons, under the Mexican colonization law, Mexican cltlKHsnip, and second, that when the Mormons enteral the Territory of Utah, polygamy existed as a part or their religion, and, therefore, its prac tice was secured to them under sa...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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