1894-08-15-IndianaWeeklyMessenger-p2-WashingtonLetter

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1894-08-15-IndianaWeeklyMessenger-p2-WashingtonLetter - the State for not pas- under by of the and and...
the State for not pas- under by of the and and took are Democratic WASHINGTON LETTEB. [From Our lUiular Corrapondentl WASHINGTON, Aug. 13, 1894. Mr. C. H. J. Taylor, the colored citizen of Kansas who was by Mr. L'loveland made Recorder ot Deeds or the District of Columbia after Donate had refused to confirm the nntion to a d i p l o m a t i c iad ndor witli tho Civil Service Commission because he had violated the aw in soliciting and receiving money or political purposes from employes if the government. The combined ihock and egotism of this fellow or may bo judged by the following explanation given by him: "Mr. 'and no dcniht thinks there ore plen- y of white Democratic politicians if office to take care of the politics he party, without the office-holders aking a hand, but with the negro s altogether different. There are so ew among them possessed with suffi- :icnt ability to lead that if all the ·ecogni/ed leaders are put into office md are told to shut up and keep if politics, there would be absolutely no one left to direct affairs among colored Democrats. It is necessary hat the men who have the ability ead should continue in politics." 'erhapg a court sentence would re- luce the size of Taylor's head. Speaker Crisp hasn't always been Cuckoo, but there is no discount on iis cuckooism at this time. He even arried it to the extent of making tiling that literally taken would

Clipped from The Indiana Weekly Messenger15 Aug 1894, WedPage 2

The Indiana Weekly Messenger (Indiana, Pennsylvania)15 Aug 1894, WedPage 2
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