1894-08-28-ReadingTimes-MrClevelandsPartisanFinesse

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1894-08-28-ReadingTimes-MrClevelandsPartisanFinesse - it a a a Air. Cleveland's 1'a.rtisan Finesse....
it a a a Air. Cleveland's 1'a.rtisan Finesse. No wonder that Mr. Cleveland has not acted upon the report of the Civil Service Commission, recommending the dismis sal of the blatant negro demagogue, C. H. J. Taylor, whom be made Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia, for having violated the law against soliciting soliciting 'campaign contributions from Government Government employees. That report gave him the alternative of snubbing the Civil Service Commission and winking at a violation of the Civil Service law, lor which he always professed to have such great respect, or of dismissing his special protege from an office to which he should never have been appointed and probably never would have been had not the Senate Senate refused to confirm his nomination to a diplomatic position. Taylor says be has no fear of dismissal. He has mads Mr. Cleveland believe that, as the head of the Negro Democratic League an organization organization composed of negroes who have been given otliee and those who expect to be given office by this administration he controls a large number of votes; hence Ins certainty of being protected As a matter of fact, those who should know do not believe that there are one thousand negro Democrats in the United States. w

Clipped from Reading Times28 Aug 1894, TuePage 2

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)28 Aug 1894, TuePage 2
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