. örace Greenwood, writing from Washington to the New York Time, says : "The reputation of the Eepublican party for economy has been very tenderly nursed as a virtuous and respectable thing, buta cöraplioation of diseasos in the form of ' rings,' subsidies, land grants, increuse of Congressional salaries, Board of Public Works enterprises have been too much for its delicate constitution. It is only kept alive by this pitif'ul parsimony of cheaponing tho labor of women. Let it go, brethrcn. It is past praying for. GWe the squabg a show."