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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOBNING, APRIL t-i, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. I III ft BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ContMnlnc Card, of Flmtta- . lUhment. In all Brnnene. otBml- nets In the District. ,JuiSPA,SSSt-nnk Ale Geotwn. wi coluii.blsuLav. Building, 5th street. nWfflo - La.ave.. cW,tr Hall, jf m "v JIoioAK, La. ave.. near (illy UaiL iivlinci riiar., JB..4M '.outHana avenue. xm frite. n ," C,T Hall, 5ciT J.'tV" 41 "t northwest. T iiAKiAM), ICs F street, bet.l.ihandMth. I.! M. SirMJEH. a?lh at.', bet. Dend E. ujtb W.Dyih, Hi .that., north of l'atentOrace. MXPuct 703 E street; J.P.. Solan, Coin. DAUEnlES. o. S. KnAFJT, S. E. cor. Pa. ave. and '""."V.! O.M LA-iB-Nat'l PU Br'd Bk'y.0 E.Capitol stj Wx. MACWIl.UAllS.New York Uoe-Mde Breao and Pie Bakerv. Hi 13th street northwest. BAMiSAXBBASKEES. J.H.Bo.T'lEU CO.. llanstrs. No. "'VifrArmv i-ayaper cent, on U Deposits, IT of Army Officer-cashed In adva-ice. ,,.... TtlGOSACn. Executive ave.. eor. 15tn si. nb st.. orjp. Tost Once Department. "-,?. si...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

i '1 K 4 faftomil QtfMitm W. i. MUBTAGH Editor and Proprietor. The NATtOMAfc RxruaucAX U pablbned every tnornlcjr (Styndays excepted) at tho soulhweit cor neroiThlrteenttittreet and Pennsylvania avenue, and li farnUhea to taierlbers (by carrier) at fifty cent! per month. Nan aubscrlbera, ts.00 per year; t.00 for tx month, and $1.03 fur three mouths. Tennt In variably In advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING : Twtnty-STectntsptrllne. AdrertlMmtntannder thehndof "For Sale or Rent," "Wanted." "Loit and Fonnd," and "Fenonat," twelve and a naif centtperllno. THE-AVEEKLT NATIOXATC RErUBLlCAN jipablUhed every Thnrsdar morning, and la far nltbed to subterlten at the foUowlnr ratet: One copy one, Tear, JSj three cDpleaJoo year. S3; ten copleone)er,tU; alnale coplM, Jtt wrapper. Are cents each. - '- -iAllcommonleilloii, wBetbtcpn basinets or ,fw publication, ahonid X 4dVe41Jo i. J. Watac-i, Proprietor, MAi1021.11. nsrOBLiCAS, "Watblntton, D. C. Z TUB- KErVBUCAV HAS A LARGER CIRCtT LJLT10S THAKAXT OTH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

-J; , 'fT HTiil BfVun i- aebtaw3aS3a i in Om m iiif;iiinOn7fTrn- - THE tf ATIOKAL BEPUKLTCAN. TtJESDAlf MOKSONGr. APEtL 14. 1874-BOMfiE SffilET. ii , .p, niiiigwii v 'DISTRICT INVESTIGATION Contimiri from itond page.' Kone that I know of. I merely stated what I "Would do the work lor, and accompanied their proposals, stating that 1 wouia so ur inuch money according to the advertisement that thev published. Q 1.d the advertisement require a bond to 19 glren or m thing of that kind A. I believe toot, sir. Q. And they never gave you any reason why Ibiy objected your proposal A. Not at all. O. Hon as this swcep'ne to be done: did the proposal slate A. One kind of the alleys believe it wasthepavej alleys were to be swept once in three weeks, and tho improved "alleys once in two n eeks, I believe, orvtce terta One was to be done in two and the other in three weeks Q. What was the date of the cdvertlsement "did you say in February! A. Yes, air. 0 U that the advertisement! (Reading the adve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN", TUESDAY MOKOTJTG, APKII 14, 1874-DOUBLE 8HEET. 6 ' in THE LATE COL. BASES. 80ME ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE JF BALL'S BLUFF. A correspondent or the WaiMnglontan thrt ! mi recollections of the battle In which the gallant Baker UU. It was called ont b y a former letter ascribing mo aeatn oi iacr j-rauii j ,u Col. Burt: I noticed an article fn your paper, headed 'Who Killed Ool. Baker at the Battle ot Ball'f Bluff J" I hare alio noticed It In other papers. Now, "who tilled Col. Baker" I cannot ay, with certainty, bat that he died at the head of nil com. mand, -whilst gallantly doing hu dntjr, I hare no oubt, and I could wlih that a monument might Do raited oyer the nave of every one. on either aide, who died like him, in front of their com mands. Concerning the clrcumitancei which your correspondent speaks of Ihare thil to lay : When I taw Col. Burt' regiment It we formed, except cne company. In the edge of the woodi, on the west ilde of the Ball' Bluff field, on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

-if" THE NATIONAL KEPUBUCAN. TUESDAY MORNING. APEIIIIST-DQUBLE SH EETr T r-Ttr.3 FOREIGN PARAGRAPHS. XXTERXSTIlfG XOTES ANT TOPICS TUOH THE OLV WORLD- THE TITLES OF THE GERMAN EMPEKOR P0HT1CS IX IRELAND -HUMBOLDT IK SIBERIA -THEATRICAL FAVORITES IK ESDtiXD-A -VENDETTA IK CORSICA CURIOUS CUSTOM IKSTRIA, The Prussian escutcheon has fifty-one Adds, eomp additions having beea mads la August of list year namely, those Oi Duke or Lucttsr?, i Eolstem acd Schleswlp, Prlnco of East Fries- land and Nassau, and Lord of Frankfort. Besides beire Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, he is Margrave of Brandenburg, Burgrave of Nuremberg1, Count of Hohen- zollern, Sovereign and highest Duke of Silesia, as also of the county of Glatz, Grand Duke of Lower Rhine and Poasn, Duke of Sachten, Westphalia and Engern.ofPomeranlaunebcrg, Holstein and Schlestrlo- of Maotlebur. Bremen. deldern, Eleye, Jullch and Berg, as well as of the Wends and Cassub!3, of Crossen, Lauen burg, Mccklentnrg, Lindgrave of Hes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 14 April 1874

Otffln&AiOKAL EIPUBIJCA TUESDAY MOMNG, APK1L U, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. 8 t. " " " HOPE EOR THE DESTITUTE. THE FOIST C1TAJCITT TEJtFOJtSfAXCE JTUZJ.Y AltltAXGEXt. MISS LY171A THOMPSON AS A TICKET-EELLER-A BEAUTIFUL BEING IN THE BOX OmCE-TIIE LADIES OFTHETROOTE TO DisrcsE- or flowers in the vesti- BULE-THE GENTLEMEN BURLESQUER3 TO ACT AS USHERS-FLOWERS AND FLAGS AND PLANTS FOB DECORATIONS-A MON STER CONCERT IN PROSPECTIVE. Tbe utuitmniU for the grand charity bene fits are rapidly progressing, and the announce mentis made that the first Is to" take place at Ford's on Thursday afternoon. The pnblis will be pleated to learn that the preparations that bare been going forward so long are beginning to bear fruit, and that the scries or grand entertain ments for the good cause In which the pnbUo Is deeply Interested is about to begin. On crery band are met people who bid the project god speed, and who are working very bard tor Us complete success. No enterprise of the kind has ever before be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 15 April 1874

. . . - t . - --T r V WT - ' - f ' - --v-j---- , - i -.'- 'J 1 '.- WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDKElYHOBIfi, APBIL 151874. VOk. XIV. NO.-118. FOR SALE. -v-.,.,. .n . , m n-V tl Q TOR RAI.F. H P-VTT. "5." t. ...- .rtl,T.. f Seffii.TOSe.w: tA'fei..SiadVr D a All goods ire like new ana spoues.1 aia tlons wiil receive prompt answers, with all partlcu' Un ml addre,s. apis-li T7K)B SALE. THAT VERY DESIRABLE A: property at southeast corner of Sixth and F streets. This corner-li susceptible of-a very pro 81- aoie unpivicutHi, Acrms easy E. X.WILSON, apM tt Star Ml Seventh street. TTWR SALE TEN AflRES OARDi-N LAND. X! unimproved, nnder good cultivation, part In wvji, imkbvdidi manure on we sty""", t"' mile and a quarter from Tennallyt own, D.O. On. hl,n-,e,ri HMI.,a .. ... , .!' rRffl). SUN ,- ----. -.....a v. able, umi w" . -- - NERMAN.faardener.GeorgctownMartet. apH-3l FOR pit y t ITU "oh without the furniture, wwii- .---.S,.W..fc,wtYnt--r Tihnsic. ELTxJIBTr- LOCATED, lONTAlXWO UL TUB MODERN CONVE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 15 April 1874

XHJS JNA'rxUJNAJL. KJKJUJJUlUAJT,":,VV-KXJiliX?A!C MUJtCNrNA1 874; : fetal t$nblimu. W.J.MDRTAGH Editor and Proprietor. The National RxrcBLicaic la published every mornrnir (Sundays excepted) ml the southwest eor crorTblrleenth street and Pennsylvania "enue, and is famished to subscribers (bjr curlers) at fifty cents per month. Mill subscribers, 13.00 per year: H for six months, and (COO fur three mouths. Terms ln Yarlably In advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING: Twenty-n'e cents per line. Advertlsemenliunder the head of'Por Sale or Bent," "Wanted," "Lost nd Poind," and "Personal," twelve and a half cenU per line. THE WEEKLT NATIONAL REPUBLICAN jipubllshed every Thursday rnorolnr, and Is fur nished to subscribers at the following rates: One copy one year, 3; three copies one year. J; ten coolesoneyear.tlS; tingle copies. In wrappers, fire cents each. aT All eommnnlcstlons, whether on business or for publication, should be addressed to W, J. Mdstacb, Proprietor, Natioxai. KErirBLiCAx, Washi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 15 April 1874

.THE KATIOKAL HEPUBUtCAK. WD!&ESpA"S: HOBtfIHG. APftlt. le. 1874. ' tr- BUSINESS DIRECTORY, -CODUlulufr Curds or Flrst-CInse Estob. tidnntDd In Ml Hraneh.es or B- neis In the District. SHO mtrn rfl?f CONSULT KT-rVERYBODY BEFORE MAK1X. THIS DIRECTORY vNY rURCHAtr-B. ..'aiWa'TC.riT ft DISTRICT. .:'ln.UfllfTlN A KIND OF '.li; 3lt bMtX AGDICCLTCRAL WABEH orSJES. .J.A. Baker. s28.i2S..22La.ave., bet.Jth & looms. ABC11ITECTS. SSsTTrt. SaaBLl 7?6 K at., op. I'. O. DSpt. rALtEiGBfSfTjiaiKT-aPhlla. Ale. Geo'twn. ATTOBSETS-AT-LAW. w b Webb. Columbian Law Building. Mh street. SwisP UOBRSOLL. 54 La.ave . op CriyHall. Jakis A Moboaa, 45. La. ara . ncar5liy 'lUU. OxonoK Eable. jb.,44s '.ouiilana aveuue. O BTOim . ItM t street, near lith. XxT KiaLS. D PB- City Hall. Sobi. 3. Mee.BAY.il. tH sueet northwest. fi TuonrfOX. Thompson's Law Bulldlnr..UGs, P. R. Voorheis. 7CS6 st., opp. Patent ',,.. -rI T. MORSU.L, No. ( Col. Law Building. Mh at. S.T.GARLAStrTliM F street, bet. Jh and 15th. 4. M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 15 April 1874

THE JJTATJDONA.L ltEPUBUCAN, WEJXNE3DAX MOKNINGr APRIL 15, 1874. GOOD SEWS IORTHEMEEDY 3t01tJ! TJIOOXESS MADE XX THJS ojtASJ auJiiTX juorjsart-vr. FRIENDS OF THE GOOD CAUSE DAILY INCREASING-MISS LYDIA THOMPSON TO BEL.Ii TICKETS TO-DAT-HER RECEPTION ATP ID'S THIS AFTERNOON-NOVEL EN TERTAINMENT TO-MORROW-THE LADIES OF THE TROUrE AS FLOWER SELLERS BUTTON-HOLE BOQUETS FROM FAIR llANDS-rKErABINQ FOR A BUSH OF CUS TOMERS. The charity movement li still mulling headway, mnil !!! fntemltlnt- a larger Circle OI suppor.er- The example of those who flrit entered Into the project is being followed by others who are more timid, and who always wait to bo led. Everybody admits that the movement is a rauipnjiBviu one and should receive the attire aid of not only the charitable of the District, but also of those who may be temporary sojourners here, but who take an Interest la any project which has for Its object the amelioration of the condition or their fellow-men. That all can do something for the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

- .1 J'"MmSr .:t:dti WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOBNING, APEIL 16, 1874-DOUBLE SHEET. NO. HO. VOL. XIV. flV ' I "mfc'lkMbtoffi k ) THE LOUISIANA IMBROGLIO 21 OX. E. T. TREZIXGJl UX SEX'S VIEWS OX THE B1XUAT1VX. ARGUMEVT AGAINST THE BILL DIRDCT tNQ A NEW ELECTION-GOY. KLLLOOU THE LEGAL EXECDTIVK OP THE STATE IHK POWERS OP THE EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS DEFINED. On Tuesday list, the Benate being in Com mittee of the Whole, and having under consid eration the bill to restore the rights of the 8tate of Louisiana, Introduced by Senator Car penter, Senator Srclinghujsen spoke as fol lows: Mr. President: Hiring rather incidentally than by deliberate purpose taken some subordi nate part in tho discussion of this question when it was before the Senate on a former oc casion, I propose now to submit concisely my yhsws on two propositions: First, that the Presi dent of the United States was authorized by the Constitution, standing alone, and that be was also authorized by tho statute...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

mmwpPI9fTmmm '( THE NATIONAL BEFUBUCAK. THUEDAY MOIffllKGr. APRIL 16, 1874TI)pUBLE 6HEE?. T DISTRICT OTESTIGATIOTf 3rJiOCEEJTX08 BEFORE THE 'COST' H1ITEE 1'ESTEUDA.r. tfTTEllETECTIVEOFTHB NEWtoftX VStrN't tue staxd-he declines to give the name of one of his informants an exrwcit statement by hon a. C. IIMEB-EXA)IINAT10N OF ilR. Fll.-BE.nT-TilB pVlNS GASl'S OF TUB iltMO B1AMST3. TWrxTT-rtRTHBlT. WaDSESOAT, April 15, 1SJ. Tie committee net at "10 a. m., puru to adjournment. Ths Journal or the proceedings of the preced ing meeting were read and approved. 1 Tjcsnu'osr or chas. e.mxeixs. Charles:. Jenkins barlnghren duly sworn, ,-tvas examined at the Instance or the memorial ists, as follows; By the Chairman: Q. What is your business! A. I am a contractor. Q. Pld.'you ever hear of DeGolyer AMcClcl lanl A. ,1 knew the firm Tcry well. Q. Did they ever havo any contraet In this city! A. Te, sir. Q. Were you Interested In them la any way! A. I became Interested In them on the 31st of March, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

-i- T THB NATION AIj. -REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MOKNINa, APSTL 16, 1874-DOUBIiE SHEET. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Conlnlnlnscard. of Flrst-Clos, tab- JSUUICIIIS ats MS. .,.,.,. - ncss In tbc District. BSSFVERYBODY-SHOULP CONSTJI.T 6 THIS D1RFCT0RY BEFORE IAaVY PURCHASES. OK TRANSAljTlVI. Ax KlXDOFBUSl.NEbblJJTHi.UISTKIV.-l. AGHICUI-TCRATwABEHOrSES. J. A. JlAXXR. K0.5iS.532IO.aTe., bet.Slll AlOinSH. ARCHITECTS. W. M. I'OIXDXXTEK ("""rnllow. i.ir1,toCce chas. T. Davis 4 co.juw ori,-i?p6 dSL llL.Nnr R. SEAntX. 7.0 E .. op. r. o. wept. pal Dg?m'''i.. oo-tw . nnun WVG. a r.T. A W. W. bwSb, Columbian Lay Building. Sth .street. XBWARD C lMJEBf OIL, 4WU.1K., op. CUV H Ja jassA . MOBOA.N, 4M f.a. are., near City laa'L cloiGK EiKi-E. Jlu.sJa Louisiana avenue. i btimmi, 1424 V street, near 151 li. P.T.Garland. IC4Frect, bet. Hth and 15th. V,. 3. SArDSB. 437th St.. bet.D undK. Bia W. Dtib. 711 Mb it., north of Talent Office. J.T.K.Plakt. Vos E reet;.J.F..Notary,ACom. BAKERIES. j. 8. Krafit. S. E. ror. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

SI ,THE NATIONAL REPUBUCAN, TSMSDAY MOltNiNC?, APBIL 16, 1874-tdUBLE " SHEET. &HtaI pMi.im V.J.MURTAGH Zdltorand Proprietor. TJie KATIOSAfi RxnriaJCAJt 1 published every morning (Scndays excepted) tt tee southwest eor MrofThirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenne, and li furnished to subscribers (by carriers) at afty cents per month Hill MbMrtoen, .oo per T'n VM for fix sneaths, and tc" for three months. Terms in variably la advisee. BJLTiS or ADVEfiTIStSrj: Twenty-Sve cents P" line. Advertisement! under the heid of "Fbr Sale or Bent," "Wanted " Lost Biroohd,"od "Personal," twelve and a half cents per line. THE WEEKIlY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN jfpubluned ever Thursday morning, nd li fnr slihad to inaterlbtrs it the following rites: One 4Py one year, $i;nhri espies ne rear. Ill ten tenlaostysar,tU; single copies, la wrappers, ave sts4il. 8f Ail communications, whether en snttnets or fat publlealloa, should Us aodressM to Wx. J. UcitTAOfl, Procrtstor, XAiioxU.tUrciix.iCAX, ffashfrtfta....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

THE NATIONAL BEEUBrJCAlC THURSDAY tOICNINa AJPETL i6. 1874-DOtrHEEf.' r DISTRICT INYESTIGATION. Continued from teeorwi page. v Q. You think the fifty cent part was con fined exclusively to the backl A. I think so; I am not certain. I am almost aure of It, but Iirould not lite to speak of It as certainty. The voucher will show that. Q. Do you hold now any certlflcatcs of the "Board of Public Work! A. Yes, sir. Q. About what amount! A. Well, I EOt hold many. I have got the most of them O? Tou have been paid in certificates! A. 1 hare been paid in certiflcates and in bonds. Q In what kind or bonds have you been paid! A. In permanent improvement bonds, and we have been paid in some cightcen-year f toads, and been paid in the sewer bonds. 0 What amount of sewer bonds has been valdtoyoul A. I could not tell exactly. I Suppose in the neighborhood of $60,000 or Q At what ratodid you take the sewer .bonds! A. I took them all at par all the "bonds we took. Q. Dollar for dollar! A. Yes. sir. Q...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

COAST, THUESlfflr$K5ESS8C' APRIL 16, 1874-DOUBUE SHEET. THE NATION COLORED CONGRESSMEN. HOW TUB EXPJiJLXCiriSEn JtACS za BBl'ltESBSTEJt ZK WASniXVTOX. SKETCH Or OUR SABLE LEGI5I.ATOES KOBERT B.ELLIOTT AND HIS YOUXO WIFE -OTHER COLOKED MEMBERS PROM SOUTH CAROLINA-LYNCH, OF MISSISSIPPI, RA PIER, OF ALABAMA, AND VALLS, OF FLORIDA. tSpeckl Correspondence of the St. Lonlt Globe. WASUIXOTOX, D. C. April 7, 1371. "Wlien the first black man took his place aa a Representative la tee Home of Oongrets, Aden- cans looked on with wide-opened mouths and eyes, with caajtlo criticism and openly expressed doubts of his ability to retain and fill tbe place of honor creditably to himself and to tbe wnue Bitka. Strangers, looking doirn frost the gal leries on tbe mass of legislative numaniiy wrestling In wordy battles, pitied tbe member wedged In, as It were, rare that be wouldwon be rowded out, and that this experiment would Indeed mean eTerlasUng political failure for the intrusive race. Southern spe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

"SSS ., .xccafOBIJCAlT, THUESbAY MORNING, APRIL 16, isi-DOUBI SHEEfr. Ji-j- .4 AirrisicAX woxax Aiioxa-xns jitiAVXixs or ran jsajt. MYSTERIES of the bath in constanti- MOrLE-TURKIMI BEAUTY UNADORNED 1I0W THE BATH IS ADMINISTERED-AN ECSTATIC EXPERIENCE - WONDERS OF 5CHE TURKISH FEMALE TOILET. lOUve Harper's Letter to the Alta CaUfornla.j C02.STATivorLi. February I., 1374. I have read, certainly not less than fifty times, elaborate descriptions of genuine Turk ish baths, by Bayard Taylor, Ross Browne and olhers, and I have always had my Imagination filled with the combined ecstasies of being Bcrnbbcd with hot water and perfumed soap -end lcod sherbet, and I made op my mind not to leave Turkey without ha-ring had that de lightful experience. Tou know that I belong to the softer sez, and that they do not bathe promisr-tously here as lu Baden, Long Branch and many other fashionable places. This bath where I wnt Is for ladles alone, not even the 'common herd" beta admitted, forthe charge ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 16 April 1874

-VK- ",. -''few to w BALM FOR THE BRUISED. A CHAXCSFOnTHE DISPLAY OFBE- XEroziarci: to-day. Till, MATlXEE THIS AFTERNOON - MISS THOMPSON ASA MANAGERESS-HER EX PERIENCE AS.A ttCKET SELLER YESTER-DAY-''BUY A SUTTON-HOLE BOUQUET, SIB" TITE WUNO LADIES OF THE THOMPSON TXOUrE'srUBLIC RECEPTION TO-DAY-SAt.ES OP TICKETS AT THE DE-TABTafEfrS-THE rOLICE AND FIREMEN ACTIVELY AT WORK. i The charity movement Is still ercatlng'tanch dlseusrfdsi In ill circles of society, and the benevo lent at -using their Influence and making n effort to Tender the fond to be railed 6rasufi cient tcnount to bo of service to the Institutions or the District. The season or dissipation and prayer belt- passed, tho charitable rlchtly argue that actcor benevolence tro properly next In crder, ana' as the charity moTement is the popalar ex dteraentorthehour, even the most fashionable Ve giving It their countenance and support. If anything can bo aoeompli-lted by making a com blned and energctle movement In favor or ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 17 April 1874

- -- WASHINGTON, D. C, EEIDAY MOENI3HfG;APRrDar, U87UELE SHEET. ' TV t , -., -V t - -I - .. VOX. XIV. NO; 110. - w ---.-z-N,r"Nocrz:' . h .rW a .m. .w a. k. .rV .am. h ..m. v a aw ..&. .. 4 Wl'J'M I v w m - ii rfts . I ,1 V DISTRICT INVESTIGATION TltOCEXSJXQB BEFORE THIS M1THKB YESTERDAY. C03I- THE TESTIMONY TAKES YESTERDAY-THE DeGOLYER & MCCLELLAN CONTRACTS -EVIDENCE OF MESSRS. NICKERSON AND CHITTENDEN BRIGHAll AND THE K STREET COXTRACT. The conclusion or the testimony taken on Wc tresdey will be found on the sixth cage. TWESTT-8IXTH DAT. TlICRSDAT, April IS 1574. Tbo committee met pursuant to adjourn ment. The, journalof yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Tbfe Chairman submitted the following com munication and incloeure from Mr. J. C. Mc- KeJdea, which was ordered to be printed : SBC0X9 HATIOXAI. BAXXOF WABUnsira, I April 15, 1874. "PiAn Sin: I hare the honor to ham to nana too von bet District securities" pur. chased 1st thic hank, wl th date of navment or ea...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 17 April 1874

r ' , V . ', s V TBE NATIONAL BiTFXJBliCAN, FBIDAMOBlitoG'APJRIia?. 1874:-DOU13iJE SHEET. DISTRICT INVESTIGATION (Uonltnveajrom Flrtt resell i Bv the Chairman:.). If Mr. DeGolyer was llTrinr irhit trntilil rni .hnilt the manner of his laying his pavements! A. Well, If he was living and hero I would say to him ha w an unscrupulous contractor; tnat it no coiuu get a contract without mnch reference to the price, be would endeavor to do the work so as to make something out ofit without any refer ence to the manner of Its execution. I say that for myself, fn"d I say that his general reputation in Chiraco where he is tnown as a contractor, audience having learned that fact, I cautioned him particular when ho came here to abandon his style or doln" business, that he got a good price for his won: and that it was his duty as I said, to do a good Job, but I never could make him understand that it was a proper thing to do his work well. By Mr. Stewart: Q. Too have been observ ing wood pavement...

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