1897-05-08-WashingtonBee-p4-TwoOfAKind

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1897-05-08-WashingtonBee-p4-TwoOfAKind - TWO OF A KIND. Frost The Leavenworth Hertld....
TWO OF A KIND. Frost The Leavenworth Hertld. Rev. and Prof, and Hon. H. C. C. Astwood has bobbed up in Washington, Washington, D. C, from .Massachusetts, and is figuring on goingabroad as Minister to Bolivia, S. A. Mr. Astwood is another great McKinley man and claims he "was early in the fight for Major McKinley." McKinley." Mr. Astwood was also early in the fight for ex-President Cleveland until he found out there was no office for him as Counsel to Calais, France. Mr. Astwood is early in the fight for anybody from whom he thinks he can get office If this thing continues C. H. J. Taylor will finally announce that he is an "original McKinley man," and that be was early in the fight for the President. Taylor declared that he made gold speeches for Major McKinley, McKinley, and Astwood asserted that he supported the nomination of Major McKinley, but flapped oyer to Byrant during the canvass. Two of & kind. j

Clipped from The Washington Bee08 May 1897, SatPage 4

The Washington Bee (Washington, District of Columbia)08 May 1897, SatPage 4
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