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

HI TBE KATIONAt BEPtmilQA1tAM6lgfegt APRIL 16; 18DOtTJ33bEf SHEET: 3 - v BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Cards or Flrat-CTnas "Estf1- llslmients In nil Krttnebes or Bml tttn In the District. KTVESVBOtkY SHOULD CONSTJI.T KS THIS DIRECTORY BEFOTUB MAKING 1UIICHAKS. OK TRAKSA.CT1NO AJJY .HIND 'OS' BUSINESS IN TUE DISTRICT. A.GRICCT.TURAI. WARF.HOTJSES. J.A. CjIEEB.TCCICS.CS1j.ito., bct.Sth AlOthslS. AKClHTECTS. TV. M. Pqivdexter. Venn Bow. Trus. T.T)A"n, ft co.,615 JOi .,or.litf nt once Uxxbt'B.'Seaslk, 7:0tw,op. 1'. O. Dipt. A US DEPOTS. TAUtxx & Gnxxx: Master's rhlla. Ale Geo'twn. -ATTOIUfEYS-AT-tAW. "W. B. Wxbb. Corumblxa Law Building, 5th street. J-.dwabd .". IxGtn.sosji4S4La.ave.. op.CttyllaU. J axes A. MORCA, 458 La. ave., near City UaU. 4jIObgk Kakix. JR., 413 ouulan. avenue. C. bTORK. 1424 F street. Ufar lSlh. TlXKT A KXALX. JC D at., opp. City Hall. JIOBT. J. Murray. 31 lt street northwest. J.D.BAnRiTT,:B.74S street. . . . Xdkox Ubothxks '" O ft., opp,Pateyt OOct. M. THOnrs...

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 April 1874

r THE' NATIONAL KEPUBLICAN. JffiOJAT MQKNING APRIL lO.T.tBOUBLiJ SHEET. i - i ..- - ' I .. . ... - a... IL" ii . Of Mmai BuMtou. Wt Jt iroBTAOH;:;i...EdltorM Proprietor. natio-jai: BiroBUCAx U published every mCralnr cSondsy. excepted) t the eoutliwM. cor SerofThlrteentli street an4r.nn.7lt.DU avenue, indUfurnHbedto subeerlbert (by carrier.) at arty iu per month. .a rouoibera. P-oo r r-n fr fx months, anJ S.W tor three months. Terms In variably In advance. HJLtiS or ADVxrtnsnJO ! Twentr-llre eenti rr line. AdTertlsenients under T"?o?"B.um..v; "wanted.-- "Loj end round,-' and "rorsensV1 Iwiln and . half cent per line. TUB WBKKI-T NATIONAL BErtTBLHJAX frpsblUbcd every Thursday morning, and U far stabed to subscrllwrs at the fbUowlng ratesi One cepy n jt.r, V, three copies one tear. (Si ten topics one rear.aui single copies, Jn wrapper, Are cent. each. ACT All communication., whether on hntlntii or ftr pnbllcatlon, should he addressed to Vx. J. Mca-AOU. Proprietor, NanoHxi.BiroBi.iCAK,...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

zSbm&wssSeSSh - - T . ." r THE NATIONAL BEPUBIJClN.MtrD.Y MOBNJLNGrc APH6" i 0, i874D6UBLE SHEET. A 4 By Mr. Christy: Q. How long was Mr, QulmbtlDyonr employ! A. I think probably about torco years, in all, In onr employ, but not steady, alone fromtime to time. ft. He was an honest gentleman, was he not; -and so regarded by you! A. Well, sir, we looked upon him as a man who would work -Car our Interest. Q. Did he not do sot A. I do not think he did. Q. Why did you retain him In your employ three years if you did not think he was honest? A. Wo did not know these things until lately, j. Did he do you any injury whatever during 'the time he was in your employ! A. Yes, sir; I have found out lately that he has been talk--Ing about our work In different places, the humbug of our pavementthat it was a hum bug practiced on ths public, and that he felt .conscientious about it and that he was not coins to hare the publit use any more of It. O. Donot you yourself deem the "lronltlng" proces...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

im THE NATIOyAIi'REPtlBIJOAy, FKLT) AYf MOBJTOT AERIL 10, 1874-DOUB:LE:gHEIIT. OETY-THIIID CONGRESS. SHE BASXTXG AJTJ CVRJtEXCI JMXX. IN THE HOUSE. THE r-REVIOTJS QUESTION DEFEATED- AMENDMENTS TO THE BI -U,0PTSET T0 1-TTtTTY-l .rtVOTTlVTiaTlON PO-T on-KsTTwrtii. mrp iv DETAIL REGULA TION OF RAILROADS IN THE "RRrTO- KIES - BILLS REPORTED A" a"-.-"" PASSED. ,,,. THURSDAT, APBIt 9. IS74. SENATE. Mr WEIGHT from the Committee en Finance, reported, with amendments, the Homo bill to fa cilitate the exportation or distilled spirits. Mr PRATT, fron the Oommltles on Claims, reported bill for the relief or the Methodist Episcopal church at Arlington heights. Mr. INGALLS, from the Committee on Pen sions, reported back House bill to equalise pen dons In certain cases. Also, from the same com snlttee, House bill to Increase pensions of soldiers and sailors totally dlsablod, with certain amend ments. Mr. HAQER presented a memorial of cltltens -cr California, asking sale orcertaln sratlnic lands in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

THE NATIONAL BEEUBLIC AN,, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL lb,"l87bbUBEEVSmJET. FOREIGN PAEAGRAIHS. XXTEBESTIXO A'OTES A.XD TOPICS JFItOX THE OTJ WOULD. 5a the rorE a fkeemasun j-the city of CAIBO-BBEAKFAST TALK t IN CHINA SALE OP M'LLE DUVEROEB'S DIAMONDS AN AUDIENCE WITH THE POPE-BEEB- DRINKINQ IX ENOLAND. The organ of the Grand Orient or Portugal, In ltt July number, contain! the molt Interesting--Intelligence, that In eonseQueneo of the eonv mandatorr sentence repeatedly expressed against ths Freemasons by the Vatican, a lodge In Sicily thai been Induced to publish thetaeitnat, some deeeanles sine tbey had reeelred into their lel- lowihlD Brother John Mas tat Ferettlr, the preient Tone Flo Nona. Attached to the doaument 1 a portrait of the apostate brother In full regalia. A SPITZBEBGEN"COLD SNAP." Says a writer: "No description can giro an adequate idea of the Intense rigor of the sir months' winter in Spitsbergen. Stonei crack with the noise of thunder; in a crowded hut the breathofthe ...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 10 April 1874

THE ffATIOKAL REPUBCAffl Apl&L 10, ISTDOTOIiE SHEETj 8 . OUE GLORIOUS SUCCESS. XJOS BUST BAT'S TTOJJK j-j, jjoNUXA" TUB rRESH)iafx AM) MRS. BRANT'S W TEKEV1 T1IE.B HSAUTV CO-OPERATION aECtTBKD-XEEMNQ OS" THE MANAOINU COMMITTEE -ADDRESS TO TUE iTOBLlO FOB eUORT-THB policb AXD PIKE. MEN TO BEI.L TICKETS- Yesterday w decidedly the " eneouragtajS lay ibe charity movsraont ha. y5 experience. TTheifes.tlier'wai unpropltloui Par out-otdoor- "UrttT, but the real tricndi of Ore needy are not fair-weather workers, and the -cause was mat Slally advanced. On every land the magultudo r tha rlan and file remarkable Wocrcjl It It making were subjects of remark, and th public admiration for -the warm, worker. In too cnari tablt undertalrlngf at freely expressed. Tha undertaking, it li admitted, irai at first on that required considerable oonrago to sndutako, but the persistent-endeavors toawaktnpuhllclnterest ln4he charitable institutions was at last success ful, and no those who-were originall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

r . i . ' o - ' J .tti'sftr-'t .y i ei pi -'' : MH I -A Is. a.?- '. .vv- T . -.-: .if WASHINGTON, P. C, SAT0irAT:;MOIG4IWlJ'll-. ISTft-DOTOLE BEDBET. NO. 115. voixm.':. I - -J" 4. i. . .,. . .in,v.rjLt agi ifepbifOTt 4&S&. jOJ sJT A laf W i ra " M , &v 4.1" ax a x &vw & DISTRICT INVESTIGATION THE CVJtKENCT qttjstioit zx xjus jiovbx xsrr.Rrr.itES. testimony mcniroRXAyT-TrnAT ltjcas . KNOWS ABOUT THE'WOKKJDN K .STREET -WHO IS H. H. BIKOHAM-IIILTON OS JJEASDItEUETiTS EVIDENCE OF C. E. BARNEY LETTER FROM SAMUEL ETKONO. . "rwEKTr-rntRD cat- " . . jRinAT; April 10. 1871. The committee met at 10 o'clock a. m. pur suant to adjournment. The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Mr. Christy. I desire first to call attention to tie fact that in this response in writing ftirhished yesterday Jby'lheTJIstriot government, that the prices paid for " various matters herein stated were not riven. Mr. fcjhepherd. The Touchers aro scheduled and are in the room, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORSTEBTG, APRIL 11, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. 2 DISTRICT INVESTIGATION. (Cvntlnutd fn Firtt PasO A. Te, sir. Less one square, where the mar ket Aouse stands. I put the curb down. t , o. Ton put all the curb downl A. Tes, sir, O. Too put down sewer torn what point to what point! A. From Fifteenth street to Twenty-second street. iv . Bj the Chairman: Q. Who JM"fW Bewer from Ninth street to Fineenth street) A. John Chapman; that was from Ninth to Twelfth. ' i . . -iv r-Bylhe Chairman: Q. Did ha tare another contractor did he do- It under this! A. I do not know anything about what authority he had, sir: but I know that he did the work. Thertrwaa-a "man by lhe mmo TTJrennan putting-one square of sewerage In on the south side, between ThlrtccnUu and Fourteenth streets. By Mr. Wilson: Q". Do you know who did the-graVHhg underneath the wood pavement thegradiiujjbrthe $urb-way7 . A.. Yes, sir. Q. Who was that? A. Mr. Matthews. Q. Who Is Mr. Matthews!" A. He Is the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

THE KATIONAIi REPIIB2CAKSATU?PAT MOROTNG, APRIL 11, l74-DOIJBLE SHEET BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Curds) of Mrt-C!as Eitnb- Uihmcnli in nil Brnnertea or Bnsl ncn In tbe District. KST-FVEEYBODY SHOULD CWNSTTLT & THIS DIRECTORY BEFORKWAKIIjO THBCHAbES. OR TRANSACTING AVV KIND OF BU8INESS1N THE DlbTKll-T. J.A. BAKSH. JB8.taS.931La.ave.. bet.8iu10lhsts. AltClHTXCTS. TV. M. PoixDKXTEK.VrrncnRow. ... niAS. T. Pa VIS Jt CO.&U .th st.,op. P2S onca IlBXBT R, SiAnLt. 710 E st., op. 1 . O. Dept. PAiJfDGw"t.Hrr-.Pl.lU. Ale. Gco'twn. ATrOBNKT8-AI-IAW. TV. B. Winn. Columbian Law Building, Mi f tract. J Avxs A . MonOAX, -OS L. ave., near city Hall. CxobgkEaru. .n..4S8'.uis ana avenue. C. 6TORKV KM F etrMt. ' M"- . K ?: MoB5iSrS-o. cof. Law Building, "h st. cJtVg AMJuSfcHM F street, bet. Hth And l&th. I,. M. SAVNDxnp, C5Tib !.. bet; D and E. ixo. W. Drat, hi stb it., north or Patent Offlee. J.T.K.PIaist. T08 E atreet;J.P., Notary, Com. BAKERIES, o. S. KBArrr. 8. E. cor. P. ne. and lS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

THE NATIONAIi BEPUBLIOAK; SATURDAY OIINGrAPSfL li, "1874-DOUBLS SHEET. prffomrt pMwm W. J. MUBTAGH Editor and Proprietor.' Tbe Katioxax. nxrcBttCAjr U published every tnotnlng (Sundays excepted) at the southwest eor BerefThlrteenthslrect andreansylTasU avenue, analsfan.lsl.edto subscribers (by carriers) at arty een taper month. Hall subscribers, 88.00 per year: K for atx months, and $3.00 for three months. Terma In variably la advance. KATES or AHYIETI3TNQ: Twenty-five eenu per line. AdvertUcmentsunder and round," and "Personal," twelve and a half THHWTRirT.TWt1TftviT a..-n....a - ..A.AAV.1AU i.j.ru ili-llsAA jrpsbllshed every Thursday morning, nd Is fUr nlfthed to arahauiHH. ..- j-ti . n at. w. .WalUltaJag lilt.; VQC copy one year, e; three copies one year. S; ten ooplesoneyear.taj; single copies, In wrappers. Are cents each. Iff" All communications, whether on business or etpnhllcaUon, should be addressed to Wi. J. MCxTAon, Proprietor, KAnoxAi.Bxmu.icav, STHX PKPTTRTTnMV iris a r ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

!EM KA530iTAiL.ilta?tJBtJOA, SATtmDAT msss&GrXEEfiz&t H !5Wj!. - TAXING CmmCHPROrERTY -JO HA" J). CULJtK TJCJtSUS Tar BOARD orrvnzxc wobks. -AN ISTZBESTINO STUT-fcHALI, CITIZENS PAY FOB THE IMMIOVEMENT OF CnUBCH PROPERTY MB. CLARK SATS "KOI" MB. CAUILL SATS YESl"-TBE JURT "TAIL TO AGREE. On the lth day of March Mr. John D. Clark commenced suit against the government of the -the District of Colombia, and the ease we let for .the 24th ultimo, when Mr.W. A. Oook,tbrthe District, appeared and filed a plea to the juris fllctlonor theJojUce, on the ground that the bill -.showing an assessment of I1M.0T on the premises tt cannot be cut npiouto allow the plaintiff to ne for inch a mm as will bring It within the Jurisdiction of the justice, (Oharles 'Walter.) This plea was crirroled by thajusUBe,andlIr. Clark requested a trial by jury. Yesterday afternoon Mr. KlmmeM summoned the following Jury: A. P. Fardon, Wm. Dickson, J. W. MeKnlght, John Van Bis wick, Walter D. Wyvlll, A. Qleason...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

"THE NATIONAL EEPUBLICAir. SATURDAY MOElTOra 'APKTIj llVl874D'OUBLE SHEET. - 6 TILE SPIRIT OF CONGRESS. :r.Mr.,Orth.J The actual circulation In tM country atpres. ent la about 810.85 to eacb infflviaual. in ber-BanTltJ-a,bout $38.80, and lnjrance-vrttbln a fracUqn of $S4.75 to each IndjTWual. It thus appears that while, tbe amount In this country i.n.i.tmnirnch Individual, tso iTcrajro iraouni of circulation In tbe three foreign conn. trtel I have named, ana wu.cu i.ui m u.o front rank of civilization, commerce, "d man ufacture, is $33.60, being 11.85 to each Indi vidual more than the amount of circulation In this country. THE THREE SIXTY-JIVE BOND. General Butler. The great advantage of the three sixty-five bond Is that Instead of lending It to a trust company or to a savings bank, wblch will have to loan It at a hlzh rate of interest to some one else In order that It may make a profit out of It, it will be lent to the Government. Ana every dollar thus loaned to the Government brin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

33BA330StAti fctHBUCAK, STOED SHEET.' t ui I. lOREIGN PASAGRATHS. ZTtTJERESTUra XOTES AXD TOPICS rE.031 TUB OLD WOULD. origin or orEKA. uourFEKS-snxM bat tle IN ENGLAND BAB MASQUE AT PARIS-VICTOBIA'S GARDEN PAKT1ES-rUMP-BOOM rBOJIKXADK VIEWS IN CHINA-FOBTS IN ALSACE-LOBBAINB. How many artists tn opera boufTo hall rrom the muslo belli t In Paris, a. " .imu,... nt.tlT-. mnm derived from tilt atftt-cotuerlt. Mm. Theo began her career et the Eldorado; Mm vrrld. made her itbvt at the OaTo du Ceant, u did the well-reputed Maria Sui. The Eldorado again gave Judie, and the CaJe-Moka yielded the ramous Theresa and the teaor MichoU Mme. Caalmlr, the dnenna otth Opera Comlque, ama snt of a tcf-conctri tn Brussels, ua so aid Zulrae Bouffar, irhom Offenbach subsequently found at Emi and persuaded hor to go to Paris. Schneider and Marl Clco alio hive their lime from thli elaii of entertainment, and finally Btondelet, cr tho Varieties, was one employed at t he Oafo dee Avenglea. A SHAM FIQHT. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 11 April 1874

t- - YZr THE tf AGONAL REPUBLICAN, SATUiffiA MOENING,-AEErL li; I87r-DOUBEEl-BHEET. "8 &a THE POOH bFTHE PEOPLE. SHE FRIENDS or ttJ$-JtZESTJLSS HARD AI tfoSK. THE TICKETS ON BXI '.E-WnERE THEY MAT BE PROCURED 'OBE AIDEKS IN THE WOBK-DESEBVj'jjg CHARITABLE ISSTI-TOTlOJfS-lKTJ'BESTING LETTER FROM AN ORPHAN-TUTJ POLICE AND THE TIBEJIEN A LIVELaaiYALBY PROMISED FOB THE MED At. AX ADDEXSS. A iitfft or sharltablo entertainments for the tellerdf Cie poot having been proposed, the re iponseltas bees both Immediate and generous. The-Iidles Having the-matter In charge desire to tat this Snelhod of thanking those to wheat the are already Indebted, and or presenting the stibject tmt to those whose co-operation they Ie- dre. ItaVeuldbe tnperSnons at this time to call j attenti An to mo urgent neea mat exists iot me tUnro'Xlhat can be done In the way of charity, ai -well for the institutions established for that pnr pos 4 a Tor individual eases. 'The success of the present venture is, we trus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 13 April 1874

w .fO-jaroAcre. ?Y3xnoTti Miilrj'I x-JdoK ban wj-1--X5k-" f-f-nii i" r.ici.I'-iV3 WiiPUM m saianflS . L -.RafiQSK- m JV .71 tTHfrT?" rtrritfTr AHTi 41yTwMji iB' r .iu j wi .iiiihi ii-.-hji h?.'h rH ;.v .. m .m -r aA"Bwl -bt -1 -PlTKSI H fl m H .H H H m H ..JA'I B M -H "--a Mi H H B -'-'i AH"" H - yhL m. H.j .J" 4 LvkLjiK r-c- yff-rmr f&r T iiutw.wmt' "'-y .-s-nyj - tv - 0 7an:lfiil3 itcU ton n-xi 9. ,fcT8X ,81 JEPIA . oiviauafi iiA:oiTAi am? jia "7.00 A T3KOEI .ta-ii'.-i'-f .t -JO ill' 'm--. - BBBk rt3YAs. oK1iy jj ...... .r,v ,--I Li i.'i .ill. ' i f-rnrtg ifioT v?o: fc-iafcanlg) ,OI.y33 jX -'.a:j 18' trf !" . , .- ". .- r- .. 7,A'VITF'" IT" "FDUSALEjg -;-. TJOitALIC. Avifi? nR .A, ETT TETEJ BI. THE-rOTmmmEt SfeYerfTrofSE. LUIBLY l.O.0ATEP-pNT,AJNING ALL THE MODERN -"tWIVINIENGES. SUCH AS HOT AND COUP WATER BAfft, -RANGE, eriAUAu jr;v".jAii "Jo?Jrury'ifjT EAi.n j PACES socTtr.irtr&rp&ES-aBEPAiDT Forsddl'.itasttMrtleiners hrftrtoi. . 11YEI!. A ilA:iZIllS3 uza'eoa-ylvanta...

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

"Tt- r THE NATIONAL EEPUBLICAKj MONDXT. MOBNIK. APfitL 13, 187 - .X. - '? U himml gtepMirm W.J.MURTAGH ..Editor and Proprietor. The Nationai. JlErcBLiCAK 1 published every morning fSundays excepted) t the southwest cor EerofThlrtrenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, end Is furnished to subscribers (by carriers) at nrty cents per month. Mill subscribers, ts.t per yrsr: tt.00 for six months, and tiOO for three months. Term In Tarlably In advance. KATES OP ADVERTISING t Twenty-live tents per line. Advertlsementsunder ..f,,rforrorSaleorRent." "Wanted." "Lost andFonnd,"and "Personal," twelve and a half -JlnLY NATIONAL frEPtfBLrCAN it published every Thursday morning, and U fur nished to subscribers at tho following rates: One ccpy one year, ; three copies one year. $3; ten copies one year,SJ3; single copies, in wrappers, dye cfntseacb. kf All communications, whether on business or for publication should bo addressed to Wx. J. JIurtach, Proprietor, National BzruBZ.iCAzr, M athlngton. D. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 13 April 1874

'V TEE yA0JQAiLJ?EPIJBIJCAyMO3srgA MpRl&;.RIE. 13, 1874) n j 1-4 i COATi BUSINESS DIRECTORY. XSontalnlns eijda Ftrat-CIaea Eatab- laments in nil ranches or ijubi- ncss In the Sjilfiit- t'JSTVEIlYBODY SHOULD 'CONSnj-T B THIS DIRECTORY BEFOJRE MAKING MJRCHASE8. OK TRANSACTING ANY KIND OF BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICT. loniCULTiniAl, WABEUOCSEJ. j.a'Uakeb. ffis.res.ssLa.Bre., wtt" UanTECTS. VT. I. Foivdextcii. Vernon Bow. ... n. T. Davis ,o..lthit.jOp.rtntoac OliKTK. Seaelz. 7iOEst., op. P. O. Dept. Vus depots; ,, ,. PAikut A Grxex: Master's Phil. Ale. Geo'twn. iTTOKXEirS-AT-EAW. W. F. Wxbb, Columbian Law Building, th street. XdUhd C. f xoausoii, 4S4La.are., m.CttTHU. -?iia A-itOBOA". " are., near City HaO. Ear Kiui-x, S42D st., PP- CKtHiU.. Hoe. J. Murbat.IH 4X street northwest. M.uoiirsox. Thompson's lwBallong.niu si. i! voosniis. WSOst, opp. Patent Offlce. S. 1 Ucasxzx, No.s Col. Law Building. Sth it. C.TOablaxd, 1C4 F street, bet. 14th and 15th. I. 1. Sackdirs. 43S7th it., bet. D an...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 13 April 1874

- sV' e THE NAKONAL EEPUOAN, MOKDAY MOKOTtfG, APHTL 13, 1874. n.. BOlffiS FOB TIT. HOM "LESS. and entire tronpe for the r,iUne benefit. Miss1 P a??..00.0 Sttreit In the affair! of tne District, but n. v... .... .!.... SKETCHES QmLIGETOf ffiWfrlffWTr ffizmBiLXBJmSRM E0i3affi51 'SIEF JUSTICE WINES AND UQTJOKS. TEB. w--' 7S -. rmsevaxE&&a&c3tttti3KQ&. -4!mtATWA511r: r.rrxcc or -i-iWj -- - '" ViT i.--i. ii, . . - - .TrT ?..-. t-a alia. iA jj-iu. ... .. ..rSt'sS-llObTTrAL-TIIE' AGED H2$ AND WOMElS nOME-lNDU8TBIAL:JI0ffc a-juocL-TnELYpiA tiiompsok mahnik ON WEDNESDAY MISS CL&HAgtfOBBIS' aiteabance in "caju.e"-aale;of HOKETJ-.' .. -Aim r ebaritablt entertainment! fothe Wllef of. the. poor having been prpped,'tlia re-monse-lMtienbot.t,lnmed.atB 'tad Kenerous. The. ladles. li&Tlcg.iho matter In chi'r jtjxSeilrft to take this method cr Uioiaog those to whotntney re already indent asfl.oEiimeTitlBr tbessb jeet anew 14 tSosVwbose,eo-opr ap.tbay flxtin. ItouU-liir'rflu'3n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

'--, -. -'-'J 'f-T-'" k WkSHlHGTOSr; P. C, TUESDAY MOKflgSTGy APKDJ 14; 1874DQUBLE SHEET. ND.. 117. VOI. XIV. -hr 1 II 1 'I I rl I' ESKIBBSKK -J' ril-v-l,l,-I'i-'I I :I-l'-l"i'T:l ""-'-' i 91 - I -' TVHHHHPflflllllBllBIIIIIBfilllllllH1 .F' - - ' I ,- -,- I I m nHiBliHB i - . sK - v , . - -' !i.l.''H(jl .. . - . ' ' - - i . 7. l I Of i a . ) n DISTRICT INVESTIGATION XSA3IXXAT10X Or SETEKATi y ESSES OX 2I0XDAY. wa- SAMOEI. lfflVTON TELLS ABOUT PENNSYL VANIA AVEKUE EAST-JOHN 8. COOK'S MEMORY ItEFRESIIED-HON. .R. C. PAR DONS WAS ATTORNEY, TOR DE GOIrER 3(CCIELIiAX 80,00) WORTH-PRANK OAS 8A.WAY AND THE SECONS NATIONAL BANK-JOHS W. WRIGHT, -8. M. HOPKINS AXDA. 1I.GIBS0N. TVtKSTZ-TOVKTn BAT. W.OVDAT. April 13, 1374. Vho committee met pursuant to adjourn ment. The Journal of the proceedings of Friday lat 'Were'Tead'and approved. EAstCC HILTON RECALLED. . Banroel Hilton, a witness on behalf of the memorialists, recalled and examined: The Chairman. What do you desire to show byilr. Hilton! Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

-. V J o. .i r r ti ja. flT ,1 Ifcti raEfNOapKtKEUBIJLOA 0?UESDATJTMOBNINa, J&RHll 1874-D0TBLEg8HEET r kn DISTRICT MYESTIGATION. tComlautiJroa FtrtlPasM haTe; and, if to, what were thoyl A I dJ not know that they had any facilities that could bd deOned aa superior facilities. j Was there an understanding between any of the board and your bank president, vlee president, or cashier that if you would pur chase, Touchers At a price below their par value that you could go to tha treasurer of the board end secure the payment oi those Touchers? A. That I cannot say. .Q. Was that in fact done! A. Ido not under stand exactly what you mean. Q. Was your bank in tha habit of purchasing vouchers, and then transferring them to the board, and securing the payment In full of th06e vouchers! Witness. Do you mean transferring at ones to the board? The Chairman". Tee, or within a week or within a month! A. We bought the vouchers and then sent them to the board, and collected the money on them when...

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