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

THE NAiECdtaii REPUBLfCAN, TtHESDAY MOEOTKG, A?EIL ?, 187-DOtJBLE SHEEtt OYER THIRTY TEARS AGO. xtrjiiyiacisfCEs or ax otj haits 1 CUECKSJIED CAEEEB. A KBTT TOBK ALDERMAN, A MILLIONAIRE AND A CAt.irOIt.MA SHEEP-HEIIDER- fiOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SUM. INTERESTING rEOI'LE-EimitLAzzu.-, zg. TFtom tie Sn Franci-co Chroclele.1 On Friday evening last at about dusk a Chronlctt reporter luna himself plodding along on horseback In a miserable, muddy, rocky, rutty trail in Mendocino county, ile had rid. flea sixty miles, and hsl ten miles farther to co beibro getting to his journeys end. His 'tiorsetrasTrearyanajaaea.hu limbs stilt and dare, and hfc whole being shrouded in disgust (it the tnougnt 01 tailing nis meats irom me mantel-piece for days to come. The horse shuffled along; Id the dark In his little pacing, "tingle foot gait, and the reporter sal in tbe sad dle limp, tired and flabby. The bridle-rein lay on the horse's neck and he picked his own way through the mud and rocks withou...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 April 1874

j CHE NATIONAL BlJPUBUCAN. TUESDAY MOENING, APEIL 7, ISTd-DOUBLE SHEET. 8 SOLDIERS AND BUTLER. GENERAL INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. Washington, March 17, 1S74. To Gen. BmJ. F. Butler, Xemier of Congress from JTastachvsttts: Oobui; We, the undersigned, honorably discharged soldiers, employees of the Govern ment In the Paymaster General's office, take great pleasure In tendering to yon our heartfelt thanks for the entirlng acal which you have mani fested In behalf of tho soldiers and the soldiers' widows. None can sympathise more truly 11111 those whnl nerlled their lives to uphold and sustain the cause of our country In Its darkest and most try ing hour than the brave and patriotic) generals who led them on to victory. Your recent action In Congress, In behalf of the soldiers, affords ns the assurance that our claims upon the gratitude and protection or our country have found In you an able, fearless and zealous advocate. General, again we thank you. E. Goodrich, late captain Eightiet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 April 1874

- tTsY -I I .-$ J,CIJ i 7 7" J. jm Vol. xiv. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAMORNINGr, APRIL 8, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. NO. 112. T T ' I . j- a DISTRICT INVESTIGATION THE EAEQE TOITJirjJ 01" TJESTXHfONX TAKES XESTEEDAX. SEARCHING EXAMINATION OF MR. J. W. TUOMrsON ON 6TEEET BAILWAY8-G0V-XRKOR SHEPHERD HOT A BTOCKHOLDLB ARTHUR BRIDGET ON SODDING MR. W. A. COOK ON.'T30ND3 AND TOE 6EWEB BILL-ASSESSfJlf RILEY AND OTHERS TES TIFY. TWESTIETB DAT. WASBIBOTOW, Tj C. Tuesday, April 7, 1874. Committee met pursuant to odjonrnmenU, The journal or yesterday' proceedings was road ana approved. Kr. Christy. Mr. Rives desires to amend Ms testimony given on Friday last. He has maiJe that application to me to be communicated to the committee. TESTTMONT O? WXianT BIVES. Wright Rites recalled at his own request. By the Chairman: Q. Do yon desire to make any amendments In your testimony A. Yes, sir; a few. There Is a portion of my testimony which I desire to amend. Q. Point out such portion as you desire to amend A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 April 1874

"T THE JSATlONAJb EjEPTOIJCASr. WEDNESDAY MOENINa, APBIL 8, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. DISTRICT INVESTIGATION (Conttnutt from Tint Pace.) M It. Of course Congress may pass such a law,, but the moment lidoes do so unquestionably w- m..ji. . nwuuiA mv further. Bv the Chairman: Q. When wa the Union. .Railroad Company In fact merged into " .me tropolitan railroad? A. About the 31st of August, 1873. Q. Who are the stockholder In the Metro politan railroad? A. I have aJIit here, and If the committee desire to look It over they shall .m it. Ther are 2bo in number, and the committee may examine It If they deeir8.We i bare not yet been notified .of any assessment against the company for paving the carriage way of West street In Georgetown. The Uhairman. .1 no asu you anotner ques tion; has any assessment of the cost of the car riageway been charged against your road laid onwest street, In Georgetown? A. Wo have not yet been notified of any assessment against the company for paving the carriageway on...

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

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1874-DOHBLE SHEET. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Cards of FIrst-Claaa Estob- lishmcnta in all Branene of Eusi ncs in tbe District. -r-Tf-irVT!TIYTmT SHOULD CONSULT K THIS DIKKCTOnT BCTOBS Mi; PURCHASES. OR TRANSACTING AM HIND OF BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICT. AGRICTJITTKAI. WABEHOUSES. J.A. flAXEB. S2e.!ttS.!!3:La.ave., bet,8th SlOtlists. UXNRT R. SEAUE. KB E St,, Op. 1 . Aept. PAX.SDGT!;...eT-.rMU. Ale. Geo'twn. ISSSf mobSK? i- cur au. J ktohr" 1424F street, near 15th. C.T 0KtASD7lC4 F street, bet. J4lh and 15th. Lli.SArr.Dr.nS, 4.157th st bet. D ' and E. Clio W. DYF.R, hi 8th. t.. north of ,rUnt OOce. J.T.K.rxATtT 70SE street; J.F.. Notary, Com. BAKERIES. O. S. Ebaitt. 8. E. eor. ra. re. and IStb sts. c.M.LAHB.Kat'irie JbBr'd Bk'T.0 E.Cspttol st. m MACWin.lAMS.New York Home-Made. Bread and Pie Bit err. as nth. street northwest. BAXUS AND BANKER!). J.H.SQUlkit & CO., Banners, No. 1 P; "; Pays per cent, on all Deposits, ray of Ara...

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

. - THE NATIONAL EEPUBMCAN. WEDNESDAY MOBNINX. APKIL 8. 18T4B0tJBLE SH&ET. TT. J. MUBTAT?H Editor and IToprletor. The Katioxal Bircxucavls published ry looming (Sundays excepted) it the southwest cor serofThlrteenth street end rennsrirsnl "" and Is furnished to subscribers (br carrier) t nrry eenU per month. Mall subscribers, $8.00 per V"1": K tor six months, and p.00 for three month. Terme In- variably In adranee. RATES OP ADVEKTIStNO: Twenty-Hre cents per line. Adrertlsemcntsunder ..,.nr"ForSIeorIlent." "Wanted." "Lost the head of and Found. and ''Personal,' twelve and a half cents per line. THE WEEKLY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN jr published every Thursday morning, and Is fur nished to subscribers at the following rates: One copy one year. fC; three copies ono year. 93; ten copies one year, $15; single copies, in wrappers, lire cents earn. I 4V All communication!, -whether on business or for publication, should be addressed to Wu. J. WcRTAcn, Froprletor, Xaxioiux, Extcblicax, -Washin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 April 1874

T r -- t t- - - t"( s ""v y n n THE KATIOKAL feEaPtBlIOAN, WJftfrKESDAY MOBNINGr, APEIL 8rl74-dtJBLE SHEET. 5 fiampness don't dissolve then, then this bero filth end one stuff and another that runs Into the sewer will produce a kind of acid, and it will eat them out in a little while. Q. Do you know anything further! A. -that is all I know about that. " By Sir. Merrick: Q. How about the mortar and cement. Do you know anything about ihatr A. That did not work at times as It might 7crk. It was very mean sometimes. .Bomctlmes vou could not hold it on the trowel, tjnd sometimes there was so much sand went in 0 DlJtheyuSebydratuic-ccmcntorrommon lime an.' water? A. They used cement, and they ought to put two barrels In, and a barrel -of cemen'. I do cot know what kiud Of cement they treed: I never paid any attention to it. They ou 'bt to put in two barrels, and I guess three barcels; but I do not know. Q. You don't know anything about that! A. No, sir , .. By Mr Thurnsen: Q. How long wer...

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

v THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, APKLX 8, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. !"- DON CARLOS DE BOURBON. JL SKETCH OF TUB JPRETZXDEB TO TUB TJ1BOHE OF SPAZX. PERSONAL APPEARANCE, MANNERS AND POLITICAL OPINIONS OP DOS CARLOS INFLUENCE OF HIS Win TB03PECT3 FOR HIS SUCCESS-EFFECT OF HIS PRES ENCE IN SPAIN. The present pretender to the throne of Spate, ityled by his follower Charles V1L, and by the world at largo Don Carlos de Bourbon, Date of Madrid, Is twenty-five yean of age, having been born In Austria In March. ISIS. He It a powerlul looklng, dark-haired man, about sis feet one, and or f rink, somewhat cart manner. Bit face, lnee lie began to wear a full beard, has become qolte handsome, though a slightly slobbering aipest or bis mouth, not being In harmony with his minly physical appearance, spoils somewhat the first pleasing Impression. He Is a man easy of access, without any trace of haughtiness: and when seen oa horseback at a certain distance, especially when saluting people, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 8 April 1874

"RS . -- THE NATIONAL EEPUBUCAN. NESDAY MOBNIKG. MEIL 8. l&T4r-T0VBfM gffiSE'tf SOETH CAROLINA APFAHtS. &EPZ.Y OF TI1B RADICAL JtETVStX CASS TO THE IAXPAXESS. 'INTERVIEW WITH THE TEESIDEST YES ,.,TERD AY-ADDRESS BV L. CASS CARPEN TER - TOT KICK LAND-OWNERS. THE SLAVE-HOLDERS, THE DEMOCBAT3 AND , THE PEOPLE-THE PRESIDENT'S EEPLT, " Tho delegates sent to Washington to repre eent the other aide of the question as to the op pressive and burdensome taxation In 8outh nCarollnahadan Interview with the President Sjesterday by appointment. The delegation Swaa accompanied by Senators Bobertson and t-Patterson, and by RepresentatlTea Wallace, rElliott, and Cain. Alter the gentlemen -had tfbeen respectively introduced to the President b Senator Patterson, Mr.X. C. Carpenter, of the Daily Union, or Columbia, vraa had been selected by the delegation to present the reply 'to the memorialists, rose and spoke as follows: -souro casolxna BEroBE the national OOTEBXXEXT. Mb. Presidsnt: We have ...

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

THE NAOOttAlEPitfBUtCAK, WEDHESDAY. MQKNIK APBXL 8, J8Y4-DOtrBLE SHEET. 8 SOME INTEREST ITEMS. iffrsD-iys TTOrftK AT TJIE rohicE C0UAT 8KXCUEX. lEONAD HOycK'S LITTLE UNPLEASANT- N1S-M'JLL1E DEMURS WITH VIGOR - VOLOMl'N LIVINGSTON 13 OVERTAKEN BY A BB1jk IN TUB FAITHFUL DISCHARGE OF U'ia DUTIES-OTHER CURRENT EVENTS. Mo'.lie O. Chamberlln has a neat llttlo figure, anc a tappy way of clotting It -with the furbe- lZi of present fashions, and as she pranced (gently Into the court-room yesterday with her little ward In one hand and a lace dollar hand- kerchlcrin the ether the presented all the ex terior appearances or a woman created by natnro for a sphere of usefulness with a tendency to wo- raan'stfght. Mollie h had a Tast amount of trouble lately. The unsettled state or her do Tnesttc affairs has caused her much anxiety, and 'at was while she was seeking for qnlet seclusion from the care azd pester of active life that ionard Hayek wouldn't let her reBt. as. "" during the cventrg twilig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

I jt A- ar. , - ' ationa WASHINGTON, D. 0., THUES DAY MOBNINQ, APRIL 9, 1874-t-DOUBLE SHEET. VOL. XIV. NO. 113. tx " .1; t ,.r, irfiBHIi'iiiililii 111 I DISTRICT INVESTIGATION WIIZFUZ, 'WASTE OY AXOTJJEX DAY EIT31E ME2I0XIAXI&TS. v -EXAMINATION OF H. A. WILLARD, VICE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE BOARD-A. WATSON AS A MATHE MATICAL EXPERT THE DEGOIAEB 4 AfcCLSLLAN PATENT -STATEMEXT BY HON. Ct B. FARWELL MR. B. S. DAVIS' ACCOUNT OF HIS TRUSTEESHIP-ABSENT WltMESSES-EX-GOVEBNOR COOKE TO BE FIMJDCCED. TWrHTT-PIRET DAT. Wednesday, April 8, 1674. Tbe committee met at 10 o'clock a. m. pur suant to adjournment. The journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. TESTH10NT or AtJOCSTCS wat? on. Augustus Watson, a witness, called on be "half of the memorialists, having been duly worn, was examined. Bj the Chairman: Q. Look at that paper and state whether yon compiled the statement therein contained or not! A. I did compile it from the report of the GoTernor and the repor...

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

fey THE NATIONAL REPUBUCAN. THURSDAY MORNING; APRIL 9, 1874DOtJBEE SHEET. JISTMCT INYESTIGATION. ( WTUinufj from Fint Poor.) member; he Introduced me to him. He said, I think, that he was In the auditor's department of the Board of Public Works. He said he was where it would be easy to get money when wo got through with our job. The gentleman came up on to the street; we sat down on the curb stone and talked the matter over perhaps for an honr. He told me the board would give him a contract for 40,000 yards of pavement; that he wanted to know the best kind of Dave- znentto put down to make money out of, and. nuuia HKe to euner go into, partnership with somebody or he would sell the contract. I asked him h6w much he would take for his contract . He said he -would take, he thought, twenty-five cents a yard bonus to pay him for thetontract. I then had a talk with Do Gol yerkbut he did not see fit to release me, con sequently I had no further talk relatlvifto the matter. Q. Do you know ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

THE NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. THURSDAY MORNING. APREL 9, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. 3 8' "V "? A T-J&FT f 'nETIOAIi BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Contnlnlngr Gudi or First-Class Estnb llshnicnts In all Branches or Dull ness In ino District. Ki5fFVERYEODY SHOULD CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY BEFORE MAKING . PURCHASES. Olt TRANSACTING ASY KIND OP DUSIr, ESS IN TUB DISTRICT. AGRICULTURAL WABEITOCSES. 3. A. Bakes. !CC!)CS.E32li.Te., bet,uth A lOthsts. ABC1IITECTS. VT. M. ToiNUEXTiR VornonRow. . Chap. t. Davis eo..6l5Ttrst..labrnttce HxxnYR.SEAnLE.7io Est., op. P. O.DtpU - ' ALE DEPOTS. Faxmxr & Green; Master's rhlla. Ale, Geo'twn. ATTOBXElfS.AT-EAW. W. D. V. EBB, Columbian Law Building. Sth stmt. EDWARD ( lr.GERSOI.I- 434 U.tre op.CltV Hall. J axes A Morgan 458 La. ave.. near Olt y Hall. Geokoe EAJU.X. jb.,4&6 Uuiilam avenue. J. Stork. 1C4 Fsmet. near lath. Kekt a Neaie, 342 I) at., opp. CUT nail. Robt. J. Murray. Ill t street northwest. O. D. Barrett, 317 4'4 street. Edson Brothers, 711 G St., opp,ratent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

I tetiaml fuMiroa. T. J. MUBTAQH Editor and Proprietor. The irandXAt, BxruBi.Ica.if li published every """""R iouuuji excepted) at we aouurwest cor BerofThlrteenthstreet ul Pennsylvania avenue, and Is furnished to subscribers (by curlers) at fifty nu per month. Mall aubaaiben, (8.00 per year; $1.00 for lx months, and 2.00 for three months. Terms In variably in adracce. Twenty-fire cents per line. AdTertlsomrnUunaer .. . & v. waii,v, ucui, -- inieu, "iiDss fcnd Found, "and "PeraQn&V twclrc and a half S" All communications, whether on basinets or --- ,.--...-, tuumu ire auurcuca lo uc. rf. MBETAOn, Proprietor, Natiokai. Ezfcbucut, Washington. D. c. , REPUBLICAN HAS A LARGER CIRBU- i6U.?i THA -AFT OTHER MORlTIKa PAPER Iff TUB nrcTDtnttnnA. ....... . ....m,,! yr jjuUXBlA. The Largest Single Sheet News paper In the World. TUUK3DAY M0RNISQ.:::::::::::APB1L . 1CTJ CONTENTS OF INSIDE PAGES. Seochd Page District InrcstigaUon, (continued from first page) Third Page Hoopskirts and Heal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

T - which was above the regular rate of excava tion. tj. The amount of additional cost resulting from the presence of the railroad company on that street? A. Tes, sir. Q. lias the matter also been referred to the District attorney for his legal opinion as to the amount properly chargeable against the rail road company! A. Thatisreferredtotheattor "iiey to know If that Is not properly chargeable to the railroad company. Q. You made that reference! A. Tes, sir. Q. Assessments have not yet been made on thatF street property! A. No, sir; rat that I -am aware of. O. Tou were Inquired of by Mr. Wilson In re gard to the mode in which the January interest was laiscd. and also in rezard to the hypothe cation of sewer bonds. Does the Board of Pub lic Works have anything to do with that! A. not Inns: wnateve r. Q. Yoj were inquired of, also, in respect to the arrears of pay dun to lamp-lighters. Does the Board of Public Works have anything to do with that! A. I am not aware of the fact that th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

....---"7.:rrr. fS 6 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOEN1NG, APEIL 9, 1874-DOtTBLE SHEET. - ,FT fP - arWal-. I e i 4 t LS ta K Ol ot e In Pi DO er e t bpi 1st plei itU TOREIGN INDEBTEDNESS. ITS AXOUXT, OB WHAT IT CONSISTS, AMD UOW CONTRACTED. BANKERS'1 ESTIMATES-JSirORTS AND EXPORTS-BALANCE OF TRADE-SPECIE AND BULLION SMUGQL1NQ AND UNDER- I VALUATION'S FREIGHTS INTEREST EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION - EX PENSES OF AMERICANS ABROAD. Dr. Edward Young, chief of the Bureau of Sta tistics, has prepared an article from approximate sad generally reliable data, giving; the following lev of oar present foreign Indebtedness, which will be found of paramount Interest at the pres ent juncture. The Doctor says that the abore -question has been repeatedly asked daring tie past four or fire years, the replies to which bare been numerous and the results various. The amount of our foreign debt, Its gradual Increase, and the annnal burden of the Interest chargo con stitute sn economic subject of crT ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY' MOENINGK APRIL 3 1874-DOJIBIlE- SHEET. r .v.K. FOREIGN PARAGRAPHS. XNTEZESTIXG KOTES AXB TOPICS iUOX THE OLD WORLD. jeitish society intelliqence-the fir&t earl of 6hrewsbury-the span ish court and coetes-deoay of the TUlLr.RIES-DANClNQ IN INDIA. The Russian ro yal family it about to contrast Mother ausplelonj raairtmonlil alliance. The Vienna Print says that the Emperor or Russia It expected at Stattgart tell month to bs present at the betrothal of his niece, the Oread Duchess Vera, with Date 'William Engene, of Wurtem terg., Tho erect irlll pot an end to a long standing disagreement betweon the houses of Bo imanon" and Wnrtemberg, which datei lrta the beginning of the present century. ERITIbH CHUBCH LIVINGS. The Bishop of Lincoln his struck herd blows at the evil of simony, or of bnjlng and selling church livings, which seems, be says, to be In creasing in the English Charon. Sometimes the advertisements or livings for (ale an set forth With e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 9 April 1874

k THI5 NATIOITAJu JEffitTBLlOA, HtTESCA? MOKNG. AF&TL 9, i874-DOUBLE SHEET. 8 -it. . . WAHNGTON PRESBTTEPif SECOND AND Z.AST DAY'S PJtCjtjjED- inos ojp the sxxod AITOINTMEKTOF STANDI '.Q COMMITTEES -ANNUAL RETORTS Ojl VAUIOU3 8UB JE( Ti-THE CHUBCB.S AND THE TEM PERANCE MOVEMENT - INTERESTING BISCUSSJON-SHAVL rRESBYTERY INTRO DUCE RESroNS'.VE SERVICES? The Washlngtun city Presbytery mst at 9 a. m. In Dr.Cester'e Metropblltau Church, on Fourth trcet,east. "V. II. Login moderator. Half an hoar m epeit la le otlonal exercises. I Tbe roll was called, and. the following pastors were pftscnt: Ben. J. C. Smith, Mason Noble, "W, T. VanDcren, J. E. Nonrse, John L. French, IX H, Riddle, jr., John Brown, J. S. H. Hender son, 9 S. Mitchell, P. F. Bittlnger. Alex. Falr Hsv, J.N. Coornis, John Chester, J. G. Mason, W H. Logan. . K. V. Romondt, T. E. Mnrphy, Geo. O. LUtte, S H. Howe, T. W. Simpson and L. Weslcou. htxikq rXDirts. O. Kntglft, N. W. Picrfon, O. B. Bailey, Oeo. B. Bvhren, D. Davids...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

- ta- --' I -II J- 4 -!.. I j ... a a. J u it . .4 j i; I .sdteft.T - .V - i "C -.., , rival . VOL. XIV. WASHINGTON, D. O., FJRIDAT MOKNINGr, APJEUL 10, 4874-DOUBLE SHEET. NIO. 114. -, -.. It 4 rPr "t"XT " -V 1" Tt'-'r"rt,rT- T-t jiAiaammuHiain. DISTRICT INVESTIGATION TJTJS. JUS GVZTElt AXIt 3PCEELZAX IVIKJmVO COATED CTS. A BONOS ft NINETY-SEVEN THOUSAND TOLl,AKS PAID BY A FIRM AND CHARGED TO TRANSIT ACCOUNT ACTUAL. COST COMPARED -WITH BOARD TRICES-JOHN COLLINS AND EX-GOVERNOB COOKE TES- TWEKTT-SECOSD DAT. Tbubsdat, April's, 1674. The committeo met at 10 o'clock a. m. par "CUanl'io adjournment. T&3 Journal of yesterday's proceedings was reW and approved. TESTIMOXT Or KOBEKT M'CLTU.AN. "Robert McClellan, having teen called at the suggestion of the counsel for the memorialists, "was duly sworn, and testified as follows: By Mr. Stewart: Q. Where do you reside! A. I reside In Chicago when I em at home Q. What is your occupation? A. It has been that of a contractor. Q. Are you a memb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

-i "'---' -! TH NATIONAL BEPUKLTCAN, FRIDAY MOBNTN&. APEIL 10, 1874-JDOUBLE SHEET. DISTRICT MYESTIGATION. (Conttnutd Oram Firtt Paqe.1 ably odd of them or more than that, maybe doe months. I think one of them was nine months. O. IIow Ion? had this 25.000 note to ronl A. That was the first note that felly du, I think, and probably that was In sixty days. 1 do not know, bat it might have been (thirty days; I would not be positive now as to! th iccgtn 01 time. I I Q. How long had these drafts to run! A'. They were payable on demand They Were made on sight. , ' Q. Were the drafts made payable to your ., m ii nt t TTnw . tliaw 4.w. iln ...u, km ukuviuqii uun hmb uwj uinu.uvjuii(c member! A. Yes, sir; I think the drafts were ctadejpayable to our own order. Q. Were they promptly paid! A. They were promptly paid. . . , . Howlong after they were issued until tbeywere-paid! A. Via not know. I handed them to George K Chlttenaenwhen they were tj. Tour' firm paid them, however! A. Yes, Q. Do...

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