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city old whom ho tho Eh- and getting ac. It to manner. woro wlfo, Mra. Eh. n In the ho hero, ob- nt the throw secured fow oven- whoro pulled do the street. hlu call treatment honu* him. to Ler their character nnd told money, ALEXANDER H. SULLIVAN. "A VIlo eoimplrnry Kxplodctl" A Com- nitmlonUon Kroni nn IrlHhtuaii. In tbo tircniriff Democrat of last Monday Monday ftpponra na article taken from tho fT/ii- tetl fri*famin t defaming tho character of Alexander H. Sullivan. Duriuj? tho time of Mr. Sullivan's presidency of tho National National Land League, not n word wns said against him, but now that ho has asserted hejlnullcnablorlght of every American citizen, citizen, of giving bin support to tho party, which ho thinks will best represent tho dooplo, nothing is tobad to snyabout him-. Tho following communication from an Irish-AmorIciiu citizens; a business man In this city, gives additional light upon tho subject and will woll repay perusal: I saw In thy Davenport Daily Democrat of October eo, nu article It ended "A VIlo "tonaplra^y," which defames tho charac- :or of GOO of tho noblestdecendenttt of tlio [rlbh. race In America, .Mr. Alomdor 11. Su'.'tlvan of Colcngo. I understand tills conspiracy proceeds from J. O'Donovan Kossa, promitod by somebody In Davenport thnt thinks there is nobody here who knows A. II. Sullivan's career better than ho does. I would simply simply toll tlio gentleman It happens to como front tho wrong plnco this tlmo, as I oon to be acquainted with Mr. Sullivan nearly ten years, nnd durlugthotime whon lie w»s clerk of public works under the presidency of Redmond Prlndvillo. U was at that tlmo that tho only thing thoy can bring ugalnat Mr. Sullivan c:imo up. It was tho tlmo whon tho biblo In tlio public schools became the subject of much Interest. .- Mr. A. II. Bui 11 van la ono of tho best writers In this country, took tho sldoon which ho belonged, tho ildo iimlmaiEicd by tho Catholic church, for which P. M. llnnford then superintendent superintendent of public schools lu Chicago, criod to dofuino hor character, by pub- llehlog InfiuaoiiH storlos through tho press, but through tho courtesy of Mr. English, a niomher of tho board of education, education, Mr. Sullivan became acquainted ivltli tho whole mutter and wnltotl on Mr. (Innford, n s k c d h l m n s a could ho defuiuo tho character of a lady, whom bo admitted ho did not know, ;r tholr no

Clipped from The Morning Democrat23 Oct 1884, ThuPage 3

The Morning Democrat (Davenport, Iowa)23 Oct 1884, ThuPage 3
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