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1894-04-07-NewCastleNews[Pennsylvania]-p2-ANegroInOffice - A XI:G110 in OFFICK. TilE'nomination of Mr. C....
A XI:G110 in OFFICK. TilE'nomination of Mr. C. H. J. Taylor, Taylor, colored, of Kansas, for recorder of deeds for the Dii»trict of Columbia, does not meet with much favor in the South. The Atlantic Evttting Connnercial eaye; “The mem here of the Democratic party all over the United States are dipgueted with the disposition on the part of the administration to give some of the beet places under the government to negroes^ whose loyalty is measured by the extent of the revenue. The President has singled singled Taylor out for promotion at the expense expense of lifelong Democrats, many of whom have more ability. This is a course that deserve:« positive condemnation and absolute repudiation The (^mvnrcial does not like that kind of Democracy. We hoi>e that the Senate will lose no time in the rejection of Taylor’s apoint- ment. Don’t pigeon-hole it, but come out like Anglo Saxon Democrats and defeat defeat his confirmation and that of every other negro w ho may be selected for this place. Force the President to send in the name of a white Democrat or let the Republican hold over remain in office. This is business; it is Democratic business. business. her her United all by United Mr. of the public

Clipped from The New Castle News07 Apr 1894, SatPage 2

The New Castle News (New Castle, Pennsylvania)07 Apr 1894, SatPage 2
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