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1894-05-09-TimesPicayune-p8-TaylorInHardLuck - Taylor in Hard Lack. The senate discussed the...
Taylor in Hard Lack. The senate discussed the nomination of C. H. J. Taylor, the colored man, of Kansas, to be recorder of deeds for the district of Columbia, for an hour, while ln executive session to - day, and adjourned without taking any action. Senator Proctor . made speeches In opposition to several connrina - tion. and Senator Martin, the only speech in support. He. contended that as this ap - puiiiiiiieuL uau gone lor many terms to negroes and non - residents, the arguments against Taylor on these grounds were without foundation. The opposition made to confirmation in ' executive session today today was based entirely upon non - residence, residence, residence, and the argument was for home rule ln tbe district. lie ill luc viill let. .h. i ...!.. v on the rioor dated Oct. 15 last, signed by uayior, as the president of the .Negro Nuaonal uemocrutic league, wnicn crat - ju uauc ujci a iiuruu jlu iuid ur? Bucaaa of President Cleveland; "The iant re - former of the age," aud praises Secretary Carlisle and Seuutor Voorhees ln extrava - gant language for the part they, took in the repeal ot the Sherman law, and tells how Mr. Carlisle "obviated the ruinous Issue of bonds penulng the dilatory action . .. - .k. .Ilr.. hill '1 VI LUC Kuaic U'l - 1 LUC ltll. I i I I i I I

Clipped from The Times-Picayune09 May 1894, WedPage 8

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)09 May 1894, WedPage 8
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