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

v U 9 M k i By Hr. !3is: Q. That was not for the Board on-ublic Works? A. No, sir; we did -for the Board of Public Works 19S,533, making an segregate of $460,"1S-1, which Is about 17i per Tent. profit. By Mr. Wilton: Q. What arc your own In dividual contracts? A. Myownindivldualcon tracts amount to about $135,000. J Now, I uirierstool you to say, day before yesterdav, when jou were on the stand, that Governor Shepherd had stock in this! A. No, elr; I did not I said there was a Mr. xouiig interested. We gave Mr. Young's stock for ills Interest. ,. Q For whose interest! A. For Mr. Shep herd's Interest in the Stow c patent. I made a mistake In sta'liiT that was in July. I think I stated that was transferred Mr. Smith Land me the origi nal stock, and it shows that the transfer was made in Kebruarj , li71. Mr Wilson You had better explain that mat ter, lest there should be some misapprehension About your testimony. The witness. I think in the letter which I wrote to Mr. Shepherd I did no...

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

THE NATIONAL IfflPUBIJN. 'WEDNESDAY HOBNIKa.'3AY eJSji-DOVBtM SHEET; G DISTBICT INVESTIGATION. TESTI3rofY OF BIXD AXD AAX XUtdLY, TAKEy srOlETLT. ITTVTl'S irrvmvT iw 1 III O'CONSEB AX 8HAM.EY A 17 ABB- INTERVIEW BE- TWKEN MATTINGLY AVD KIRTLANIJ, AND MR )I in IGI.T'S RELATION OP IT TO THE COMMITTEE OP INVESTIGATION. AntlLS, 174. TESTIMONY OF WILLI IV P. MATTINGLT. William F. Mattlrjgly sworn and examined. Br the Chairman: Q. We have been taking gome testimony relating to the whereabouts of A. B. Klrtland. IJave yon any knowledge "Bpon thaTEubjecl; and,lf so, I wSn you would state to the committee all you know about him! A. I haTe not any knowledge or his where abouts. I Baw Mr. Klrtland while he was here, and I can relate to the committee all that took plope, nd the circumstances. " - Q. State when yon saw him. A. As a pro lude to that, I desire to state to the committee this": Uiat after Fe un3erstbo5 that the com mittee had fayed to 5jd Mrtlm ft ifew York, we made eTery effort to ...

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

THE ;NAriOKAL nEPUBtlOAiT, WEDNESDAY .MOiESmG, MAY 0r 187-D.O.UBLE J5HEETT ) II1.SSAN1.011N CONTRACTS jtmoiizrnozr ; :r iysaxdjieaxs comjiji l Z.E. EErosnirxnAi i" N" t:i .vrTnr T..vnK ee- I'tAI.Ell-CONFMfT "' ThVU'H'N V ASD Ofi riVlO.N 1IETW F.F.N ME-Mt. KILlIAHD SON. SAWYEK AND BNFIKM-T1IE IN- TENAL REVENUE BUREAU IUNOUKD. Tho Committee on "Ways an 1 Smm, to whom irere r-ferrvl the several -ntntminl-aslons or the Secretary of the Treasury m answer to tho reso lution of tha lluusoor February 13, 1ST., calling upon him to transitu to the House -'coides or all contracts raado under the authority of tho Treas ury Department, in purvunce or one or tho proil slons of the leitlslatlvc. executive and judicial ap propriation hill approved May 8, 1ST2; and also copies or all schedules and correspondence and onr-rs of the Department relating to laid con tracts; and also the amount of money paid In under said contracts, and by whom, an J under which contra-t paid," having considered the same,...

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

THE NATIONAL SElPtJBLICAK. WEDNETDAY MOKNING. MAY 6. 1874:-DOXJBLE SHEET. 8 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. jtEGVi-iit skssiox otxotlt houses TlXtTERDAY. thet agree to tricked wiTn business AND CALL UrON THE GOVERNOR FOR KE-1-ORTS ANDESTIMATES-THE CODETJNDER CONSIDERATION IN THE HOUSE-TEAXt-ACT1UN OF GENERAL BUSINESS. THE COUNCIL. Tie Council met yesterday at 8 p. m.( air. Wil liam Stlckney (president) in the chair. Prayer by Rot. O. A. Hall. The president announced the following 8TAHDIKO COMMITTEES OF TUE COUSCIU National Belatlons Messrs. Baker. Golden andGnllek. Judiciary Messrs. Browne, Qullck and Buker. Finance Messrs. Thompson, Gullet and Golden. Health, Asylum and Charities Messrs. Blicy, Buker and Brooks. n-i, PutUe Works and Property-Messrs. Gulick, Thompson and Cross. . . ,. Police Messrs. Browne, Hall and Golden. Railroads Messrs. Baker, Cross and Thomp- Washlngton, Georgetown and County Affairs Messrs. Golden, Riley and Brooks. Fire Department-Messrs. Gedney, Hall, and GasSjghts M...

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

r "-rr i ' n i i i n i i ...----. i - . j . ,. , , i ? WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY HOENING, MAY 7, 1874-DOHBLE SHEET. NO. 127. VOE. XIV. ' s 1 tn fll DISTRICT INVESTIGATION. -4N OCTOOXXATtlAX XEFOJIE COUXITTXiE TESTEBDAT. the TESTIMONY OF FRANCIS P. BLAlB, Sn. MAJOR EL.I.IOTT ON THE WATER-MAIN WHAT J. O. LAY KNOWS ABOUT TIIE COST OF LAY IN O SEWER PIPE-OEBTLY ON MEASUREMENTS AGAIN. Wedntsdat, May 6, 1S74. The teenmittee met pursuant to adjourn ment. Tb journal of tbe proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. tkstihont op geobqb n. elliot. Vajor George H. Elliot sworn and examined. By the Chairman : Q. Please state what you krovr about the S6-lnch water main heretofore referred to In the testimony. A. In 1871 1 was hlef engineer of the Washington aqueduct, and by authority of an act of Congress and an act of the District of Columbia, I contracted to lay a pipe from th reservoir to New Jersey avenue, and GoTerpbrOooke, by tbe law of the District, was associated with me In that ma...

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

- - '"j1el W BW M7M e-7 - - " ' - i. 1 .... -.-,- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOENING, M4.Y 7, 1874-13QUBLE SHEET. DISTRICT INVESTIGATION Continued from Firtt Page.) - . tcopr.i Bondmen" 1 Oathi. Btnterrennnlvanta, County of Philadelphia, j George K. Wood, being duly sworn, deposes J""1 eay tht he resides In the city or Philadelphia, ta the Slate orPennsylvanla; that ho Is . . ndthat the value or his property, ovcrd above Cll debt and liabilities incurred y him, U or tea thooiand (110,000) doUan.aad that he ii ruiiy ntponilbU for the amount of bis obligation in th toregolng bond by him 0,ed-Ql0. B, wTOD. irorn and subscribed this h dT. of August. 1871. before me; J. P; Dau.HET, AMertrtan, Alderman's seal J BfJeoPntIranf,ce";et'oP'. ; Caleb H. Malln, being duly sworn, deposes and Bare thai he resides In the city tit Philadelphia, In the State of Pennsylvania; that be la a , and that the valae of his property: orer and abore all debU ane llabllltlei Incurred by him, is orer ten ...

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

... . t t -r - r "i a - -T rr TT iti.it x T j s . r y i1.,!!' r . . r , s.iiiLJii.vii(ij.j. ai-A. s. . ..at- r i i - .-. - - -w -w m jt ,. i-r.iaiu-aT.w,.. i j it r ImS yATiONAL BEFUBIJGAJJry THURSDAY MOBkESTGt-MAY fr, 1874DOTJBIE'SgEET. A BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Carda of rirut-CUL TwMf Ushmenta in all Brnlie f Bnl- sen in tit) District. "TH-irVEBYBODY SHOUI.B CONSULT THI8 DIRECTORT BEfOBE MAK1NO SlX: ffSSISSfeJSSaKip.p-n.t one AIJEDSSansais. , ,,, SILlT PALSIIU MUKl'irM aUT. V"1?: i.PMI. SI. n.n'twn. BAX'L . TALSIIH l"Vo' W. tS&n IBuWr. &th.trt. iciiwakd C lsoiMOU. 454La.ave.. op.C,tyHall. urVozfcAiiLx! jii.,4S8.ouislana avenue. Smt Niii. ! TP- City Hall. roct ." no 4H street northwest.- k-v?""""?v'; x. .,vs.-a:ih imt ist V. nfnrnnr. ?57th it.. bet. llljdt Bko W.Dyib, JllStnst.. north or raii j.tV.pVIkt 70S E street: J.P.. Notary, Com. ntirTIUVM. o B Kkastt. s. E. ror. Pa. ave. and 'sthits. n umLsit'irie 8rd Bk'y.ISi E.Capltol et. and Fie Bakerr. aSlltb street northw...

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

j3 ys THE NATIONAL KEPUBIICAN, THURSDAY MOROTNG. MAY 7, 1874-DOTOLE, SHEET., 1tatiBgnI fttpittritaa. 1 W.J.MTTBTAGH Editor and Proprietor. Te IU.Ti02f.ix, BrroBLiCAK U published every morning (Sundays excepted) mt the southwest eor sicrorThlrteenth street mad rcnnsylyanla nne, and Is furnished to inbecrlbers ty carriers) at any cents per month. Kail subscribers, ts.00 per year: HJ ft ill months, and JiCO for three month. Terms In variably In advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING I TwentT-flre cents per line. AdrertlsemenMnnder ib.Ie.Sf "WsmleorKen;," "Wanted." "Iost and Found," and "reraoaaV twelve and a half cent, per Un. THE WEEKLY NATIOSAt ItErUBI.lC.aJf jfnabtuhed every Thursdiy morning and 1. fur nished to subscribers at the following rate.: One copy one year, tp; three copies one year, til ten coplcioncyear.tlS; single copies, In wrappers, Are cent. each. 3- All communications, whether on bntlnes. or for publ'eatien, .honld be addressed to Wn. J. Nurtich, Proprietor, National Hitoblic...

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

V THE NATIONAL" RSSTmiIOM!,-B!USAY-MSMjMiJjS7b.OVdtTS. A. No, sir; I do not know Low; I never bail -one. Q. "This we agreed to, provided the Board -of Public Works would re-award tho contract la oar name, so that we might be the contrac tors instead of sub-contractors, or, in other words, that the pay for the work should come direct to us. Kirtland did not know that the Board of Works would be willing to do this, and, therefore, we came back to Newark about n w!b si: whim we ent awav." Now, did not you represent to those gentlemen that you iisu a cuiuracb siiu um "v. ....... - -- not you nould have it changed so as to put It in their name? A. No, sir. "Some time later, between March and July, we received several letters from Eccd, stating that ctcrythtnr was settled tn mm- nn and sLrn contract. Not havlng reccitod any ofhciai notice of the award from the Board of Public Works, we paid nol attention to iteeus icnera. iou iy juu went to Ken ark? A. Yes, sir. Q. About this business? A....

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

X fil vi rt r o TJATUOyBEFBIJCA XtLUKSff ; MOBNm&SLA niSZD'OtmE&liE&Jk . 01 BEST INHABITANTS. UTTEBrsTixa rxnsoxAZ xtrsirsis- CVS CHS OFlTJtS. AXX&JtOTALI HEMOIRS OP TUE LATE EDITRESS OP "THE PAUL PRY" AND "THE HUNTREsS" HER EARLY, ROMANTIC AND ADVEN TUROUS CABEEH-A BOUGH EXTERIOR, BUT A KIND AND GENEROUS HEART. There u a very Interesting meetinj of the "Oonscrlpt Fathers of our city yesterday eve ning; at too Cltv Hall. Dr. J. B. Blake presiding. and J. Carroll Brent acting as secretary. After the usual routine business was transacted, the Yenerable -Jaa. Lawrenson, elected a member at the last meeting, wu welcomed and made a salt able acknowledgment, and promised, at the next meeting, to fire his reminiscences of Washington since 1834. A work by Judge Tucker ef Virginia, printed by Jacob Gideon, jr.. In ISO, and pub lished by Jos. Slllllgan or Georgetown, was pre sented by Sir. S. P. Tustln, and thanks given. Then John Dowllng, esq. In accordance with an Invitation...

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

THE KA'JLTONAIi !UBIJCA..THTJJSSpAYOia!airGf MAY 7, 1874:-DOTIB:LE SHEET. A GOOD TEX-MEE WALK. 2TR.AMES GOnitoy BEXXETT OUT- TTAJ.KS mt. johx wnivrzr. "ivlvt early risers savt in tjprer fifth ayevue yesterday mobnino a stout pull tiiiwugii tue mui1 if fokihiam-jir. bennktt'stime iuoub, 4 MINUTi.3 AD H SECOXD3. A ten-Lille match.say the Now York World, for $3,000 a sMe was walked yesterday morning In this city by James Gordon Benn;tt and John "Whipple, bciu; won by the former Inl hour, 40 minutes, an 153 second. The match has been In prospect for some time. Mr. Whipple has been the especial walking gentleman of the Union Club, and had gained much reputation amon amateurs for speed and endurance. Therefore, when the match was announced Mr. Bennett was no favorite with the betters. He was not at all known as a pedestrian, In fact, and the odda against him were heavy; In one Instance it is aaid $100 to $50. Large sums were staked on the match, the average odds being $100 to 175. But Mr....

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

rf TUT? TP1IUI7P A YPt? O A TTCV ' Young-; W. V. T., Mrs. Martha llowland; W. Ilia lXiriilAlOi2i WiUOli. See.,Tbeo.r.Beld;W.A.S.,Mrs. Auule Piatt; W. F. S., Hon. D. P. Holloway; W. Treat., Miss I Jennie Polklnhora; W. Chaplain, Geo. A. Mark; THE SCXIPTVItAI. SIGNIFICATION OEVf. Marshall. F.M. Heaton; W. Deputy Mar. WISE. DlFfERENCE BETWEEN TIIAT WHICIIJ fcUAll DRANK AND TIIAT L'SED AT THE MARRIAGE AT CANA-KErLY OF RKV. G. O. BAKER TO "VINNUM- INDEPENDENT ORDER VT GOOD TEMrL ARS. T tit Editor tt fas National Revultlcan: Sib: A friend recently placed In my band a copy T the "Washington StnUntl of May 2, torlt fOB my attention to an article headed "A Jew Defending Christ Against our Christian Rev. attends," purporting to be transferred to Its col umns from the Chicago Tritune. The original Article would appear to have been written by and Is -signed by Jewlst rabbi. That the learned rabbi. In common with some prolessed Christians of to-day, may and docs labor under misappre hension and ...

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

.aaahsess r OKY'.-U MLLLI T VI "I VriOt Vlfc rATV .1 T'l.M nalUJJa-T8r ,Q YAH .0!! 0 -, 7-.?na 3i.j ,'aan? DfHTAO A f ? " V x t-j. r r i- - .L- .i j . lfl.!1 -;;. T-. " T-1' . u.a - I -.- r i lav- aw w- i ' aw -- "ioccfcssloi'i'--'----,, . ' " 'wr-.-'w - ifli . w - .- -...a , .. m. a. n I '-'r'""-' ' . - tL , . i i ,,, i steals..-- , , i - r I ! ' " ' .j t . . - - TOL. XIV. . WlSHmCKTON, .DT.a; J5mnY:MNlKG; JTAY 8, 1874-D0TIBLE, SHEET. . . DISTRICT DJYESTIGATION. jtEFxscit AJna vnrnicATivx or uormxoit snEPjitxj). HIS TESTIMONY IB A. rotL REVIEW ASO EKJfUTATlOH OF THE CI1ASQE3 Of THE MffMORIALDTS VlSniCATE3 THE P0L JCV OF THK B0AKD-T)T TTJBTJO WORKS in ltiQAXD-xo rAvtuixvra'AND seweh- JltiE. TmntSBiT, May 7, 1874. v The committee met pnuan' t0 ajoura Tment. The Jocreal'oT the proceedings of yesterday iu read and approved. OOTHtSOU . . BBBPHEKB REC1ELED. Bj the Chairman: Q. State what knowledge yonkavetf ray. of the eorupiracy allescd In the fint-chzrge as orgaril2ed between certain p...

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

-ai. jzsr. -vx I THE ifATTotf AL EEPUBLICAN. IfJDAYiMQBHB, &A 8, 18T4:-DOUBIiE SHEET. amusements. ;tjie ttermM m dotfdnssti, fws courts, harmed. . , i f f --r, -, . -V I- l ' S. , JENKINg-REILLY.-On Tnasdsy, th April. p I A CATHOLIC PILGRIMAGE. MEETING or THE CATHOLIC SOCIE TIES AX CAME OIL t't.t.. L.V Alii. THE UATUUltlU bUClETIES IV 1'AOAi" CIPATE-A UNION OF THE BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON SOCIETIES ONE OF THE FEATURES OT THE OCCASION-ALL THE ORGANIZATI02.S TO TURN'OTJT IN FULL REGALIA, WITH MUSIC AND BAN. NEBS-PROGRAMME OF THE CEBEMONIE3 AT WHITEUABSH. Tb officers and delegates of tha Washluj too Catholic societies met last evening In Car roll Hill, to complete arrangements for the excursion to Whltemarsa on Ascension Day. Mr. Broderlck called the meeting to order, jna T. D. Day, of the Hibernian Benevolent Society, No. 1, was chosen chairman. On a call of delegates, the following socie ties were fonnd to fee represented: Knight of St. Patrick, by Lt. John F. Kelley and James Co...

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

v5"0$j."- &N. ft1 . 1,1 6 I - IV tl W fl a: 11 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Containing Card of -rt- tnl. llLsaeta in Ml Bnnrne or Boal- -eaa in tno District. EBTBODT SHOnCONSTOT tsS&Z3SS5M&- :?.Y"sTAran5Un:ip.rxtOBc. Ilmaw Geo',,rn tr b WXOColun.bl.n l4 Building, W street. Swaim OioiitsoLi 454 La.ave., op-CrtyHall. Slwii. jR.,4M'mun avenue. imi?ic " street- near 1Mb. ,. JtoBT J. mubavi 4 stmt northwest. TM?l?5?Bra. &!??- Si V. DYUi-hi sth .t.. north of ra J.T.K.rtAST. SOS E street: J.P.. Notary, to' BAKERIES. A ,. ... O 8. Kha T . S. E. eor. Pa. ave. and J?"1,"'-., wx, MjicWIi.UAM8.Ktw York "-Maae "" .ind Pit Bsxerv. a5 13th street northwest. .BANKS AND BANKERS. J.H.rXjuixK CO., lianaers. No. "?,, fll'v rays per cent, on all Deposits. ray or Army Cmcer cashed in advance. , Ficos Co. Executive are., c or. 15trt s. . UXJUtAX AalXKlCAS SAVIBOf BAX..0. hours! St.. opp. Post Offlce Department, j.?!.' Jjum.'tolp.in. Saturdays, open fro-4t0P' srvn."AflVaKrlue,ftr?n, SAT1IB. TCUCO-Kc...

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

-ul i"i7fl"" niw- . "1-6 ' JP y - Lt S t II I 11 I ,1 MmA ppuMwrn Tf. J. MTJETAQII Editor and Proprietor. The National. ExxtrBLICAS It published -T Toornlnr. (Sundays excepted) at the eottth "" nerofThtrteenih street ul rnniitT- ""i1 and U furnished to subscribers (ta.-carrlers)atflny ntiiup Ynnnth- Mat! subscribers, s.oo p van f .-.. -. .r-.jirr months. Terms in tnontna. and SE.03 fn- three monies. variably In advan-. pi a-ltS OF ADVZKTTSnf O : Trort-JKeentt per line. AdTerttiemjntinnder ttaTSSf "ForBaleorBent," "Wanted," "Lost l!S?oVnd.and "Personal." twdve and a naif cents per Una. ..... ,.- TH7 n.-vicTrv.Y WATTOtfAt, REPUBLICAN 1, published era Thursday morning, and Is far- nisbea to uoseriDer a. ; - --- copT one Tear, (-; three copies one Tear. BS; ten coplesoneTear.tU; single copies, la wrappers, fire cents each. JtW All communications, whether on hnstnets or lor pcblleation, should be addressed to Wx. J. iIpbtagh, Proprietor, Nat iovaj. BxrtTBuour, Washington. P. C. THE REPUB...

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

-m ioBiTOG.4ux18f 4&T JkT: rjMM ftipifmTnATjiJJ j- alf - - X. "' -v- i iT' I , ft i ' IV !"' rAll Ihe joints aro to tie thoroughly tilled with , mortar, anu the courses properly leveled up. A proper alternation of Jietilcr and strotcbers la to oe laade, lu order to secure thorough bond 'throughout. The top or the wall 1$ In no C3So to be plastered, itlnles so ordered. When required, foundation stones are to be fur isuhcd and laid. They must be found and or good quality, and or such ircncral dimensions u may wo specified. Where dry wall Is necejsary.lt mult be well Snt truly laid, and by Hoe. Kvcry stone mast liave a fair and eTen bearing, and the course be well bonded. All joints and crevices to be thoroughly pinned and wodgod. Tho stone must be or the character and quality described In section 1. Where coping-stones are necessary, they mun be furnished or granite, sound and of .good qual ity. They Ire to bo cut to the shapo and dimen sions given by the engineer, and dressed and...

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

... . i . jm. i i us.. TTt: V V THE'NIOKlx" REPtJBliCANi 3mibATMblaSBsflkrA StDbtfglgBffiET. 6 (! if w I -Miffi. CLARK'S COSTUME. fc - . - "WHAT A PRYING REPORTER S HEARD AT A COUNCIL Dp EEFORMERS. At precisely fifteen -" ta twclTe yesterday, an .s"0 lady 'with the light of truth bcamlm on tte ena of her nose an&aMg bundle p-wher arm, skipped np the stairway lead'-StoAnthonj-'BHaH. At the top of the airway she vu met by the "Vicegerent of "el Christ," etc. Dr.. Pifikham, L,L, D F R. 'S., the great moral reformer of Urn age. The Vicegerent greeted the attenuated female with a holy smirk and a warm grasp of the hand, and after a moment's street -cotamuDlon ush ered her Into the hall. The lady was the good Mrs. Clark, champion of the dress reformers, and the bundle under her arm contained some thing which she wished to show to the Udics who were expected to be present in the hall when she entered. Having entered the room, Mrs. Clark ob scired with considerable chagrin that there we...

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

Mill,'., nil -" THE NATIONAL EEPUBLIOAK. FRIDAY' MOENIKG. 1M.Y 8, 1874POtJBLE3 SHEET. r; ysiiMtmmvmm'mjmMu mmmmmpres&7mtMH S5 VI m V I I K r TOl'ICS FROM ABROAD. A- ISTJOt XSTIXf) EXGZTSIT TIBXT OV A.3IE1ZICAX V1SAXC13S. . a KF.vinw of Tnr. inflation roncY I. VMABTINE'S CUAEACTEK-DISPLAY ok L ACES SCOTCH TAKE ADVICK PROM CAW.YLE ItOSSIAN UAMBL1NU-A BEL'S' SELSSCv'VDAL. rFruin the- Tall Mali Cazctte. J The extraordinary scries of votes bjr which both Houses of the American Congress nave determined to make an enormous addition to the amount of paper money afloat in the United States, and virtually to adjourn to the end of time the payment in coin promised on the lace of all American notes, proves, we are afraid, a Rood many things besides those which, the American press conceives to be made clear by the success of the so-called "Inflation" policy, It is, indeed, plain enough, as our American authorities observe, that the quality of Ameri tan statesmanship is alarmingly deteriorati...

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

'wuw.''-l'""ai - .THE HAOftiL TthbABWAu6mim4t MAY1 8,' lB74D6UBiiE5 SHEET, - ' - ' ' . : - ' i US! I THE ARKANSAS TROUBLES. AXD XSCJI'JC O-F T" JUDOBS. JltnCEB SEACLE AND BENNETT BZLATE Timii ttvrr.itiKSCE -SUIT OF BKOOKSJ AOAIN'ST THE STATE TREASUKER-A MANDAMUS ISSUED-SITITATION AT LIT TLE ECCX - STATEMENTS FEOSI BOTU EJDES. LlrtLE Hoc. May 7. Juilccs Searic ami BenwiU publish the following statement of tbdr capture and the manner of their release; After our capture on the train we were taken ftorn the railroad platform at Argeta across the river In a skiff, and thence , alter walttog for orJers from the Baxter authorities to otr captors, we were taken to St. John's CoJfcge. Wc wanted to know of what crime we rcre guilty. Bennett commenced to write at the college a lettfcr to Governor Baxter. Williams, on seeing rj0 tans occupied, vahl: "I suppose you, would rather see Baxter himself. If you borne with me you shall eec him." Be then took. -us 1b a contrary direction to that in whic...

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