Couldent Stop The Eloquent Flow of Fiery Hamiltoian

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Couldent Stop The Eloquent Flow of Fiery Hamiltoian - Couldn't Stop the- Eoqueat flow of thi Tiery...
Couldn't Stop the- Eoqueat flow of thi Tiery EaaUtoaka Gotham Goalpi - , . Area ve m sjrstrrasa. Nrs Tors, February Alexan der Gordon, ef HamUton, Ohio, leaves for Europe to-morrow ea the steamer St. PauL Several big deals with foreign countries, ta which the great Vilea Toots Works will be the beneficiary, i. the eeeaston for the Cotonera gotag abroad ae aeoa after return ing a few weeks ago. New Tork to Just now honored fey the presence ef a number ef distinguished Hamiltonians, among them being Daniel Webster FUton. Maior E-0. Rathhone, who Waa expected -te pat tn aa appearance to-day before the Senate In vestigation Committee at Columbus, bat who spent the greater part of tbe afternoon te consultation with Fletcher -8. Heath, Colonel Joseph K. Huges, perry 8. Beath. First Assistant Postmaster General; J. C Hoove n, the well-known maaufacturer, and Colonel Robert C. McKmney. Most of these gen lie men formed a group when Coiooel Gordon dropped alone ta the Imperial Hotel. Evidently Cotonet Gordon's ire wag aroused by ths presence of .Perry ttsath. grbom he bad not mot for same time. Perry waa all smiles and salivation. Not ae the Colonel. He appeared to remember that some months ego fes wanted to rent a piece ef hto HamU ton property to the Government for post- oAce purposes. The matter was left te the First Assistant Postmaster General. That gentleman very promptly decided against Colonel Gordon and at favor ef ethers. -whe. It has bee said, nevsr do any thine for the Repubhcaa party, save for a salary consid eration. Be when the good Colonel eaagbt sight ef the suave Perry aad found himself surrounded by Hamiltonians whe -nnder- stood tbe situation he cut loese. Aay ana whe baa never heard Colonel Gordem'a English knows he never gets his --metaphor mixed, but that they drive down hard with the nreciakm of a Nile. Tnnia rut irte hammer. No stenographer on earth eeuld have followed the vehemence of Oordon'a conversation. It ta enough to ear that the situation was very unpleasant for General Heath aad his millionaire brofher. Colonel wrmm caiieo attention to m. own bard work and tiis lavish contributions to the Republican party, inttmatlnr in the same riircwe uui .Terry neatn s work for McKinley had been well oaid for la actual Leash during the Presidential campaign and a aiKu eaiarreo omce alter tn. inauguration. It didn't take the party long te understand in uuraon wee ao ionaer tributor to Republioaa campaign funds. He bad been oronksed a ttMitlaa .r h,v kv McKinley, but had been turned down by tbe HunuKe n oenatoT nanna. ana wanted it uivierstood tht while Hanaa waa ta run ii wi tne nepnoiioan . parur hot an other eent would be cootributeT .. I

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 16 Feb 1898, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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