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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

the mum RAILWAY TIME TASSJE. G. O. & 8. F. B'y. Time Table. No. 6, north mail t\ M. No. fi. soutb " 3:3flP,M, No. 8, nortb liuiitod 1:17 A. M. No. 7, south " 1:10 A. M. No. 14 (local) north 5:15 P. M No. 1U (local; bouth b:5UA. M. Clobu RonuectioDH timip with Cotton Jlelt at McGregor, Texas Pacific at Fort Worth, and Houiitou£;ut ib WestTexnti, ut Houston. C. L Mac.ma.ni'h, Agent. 8. A. & A. P. R'y. Time Table. No.41 South Bound ::><> a.m. No.43North Bouud (iillila.m. No. 44North Bound ii.lUa.nl. No. 41) South Bound S;10n. m* Trains mulce closn oonnoctions with th« M. K. ■ST., Cotton Belt, Texas Central und Waco & Northwestero ot Wdvo. F. L. Evans, Ajfont. I. & G. N. R'y Time table. No, No No No No No No No No No No No Uouth Bound. 1, iltio at Milano Junction lgj-C) A. M. 1, due ut Rockdale 1:<>5 A.M. iS, due at Mllano Junction 0:JUA. M. ii. due at Rockdale (Ml) A. M. , due at Milano Junction M. W, due at Itockdalo 4:15 P. M. _ North Bound. B, due at R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

«W**' *.■*<! "V*** .** V ■£V5c> ■ ^ I I I it ; -! f I ! §3 ill i I . t, ght (jfeamertmiatj. Mom C. TRICE, Editor. CAMERON, - - - . - TEXAS. One that caFieth a etone on hi^h casteth It on his own head. ▲a soon as the poor barber begins to scrape acquaintances he cuta them. The sun, reflected upon the mud of strands and shores, is unpolluted in his l>eam. One of the pleasantest means of an- nullng self Is approaching such a shrine M a cottage of Burns. Gen. Shafter casually refers to the fact that while down at Santiago he bat' a visitor named Miles. No fool is greater than he who would see the vision from Clie heights of life without making the effort to climb. It is the character of consummate merit to be able to live in a retreat with honor, after one has lived in pub- lic in splendor. How will you And good? It is not a thing of choice; it is a river that flows from the foot of the Invisible Throne and flows by the path of obedience. That cousin of Admiral Dewey who intend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

BPiBSIiWtifre-iswiiaefii .1 FOB WOMAN AND HOME ITEMS OF INTBRE8T FOR MAIDS AND MATRON8. Whan Boie* Fade. Summer Is comlng-her footsteps fall In the deepening shadow of hedge and wall, But the breezes, sighing a kind refrain. Kiss her and lead her thro" Hollyhock lane. Summer Is going—her blushes fade Where the riotous climbing roses played, And her withered garlands are tossed aside In the painted splendor of Autumn's pride. Summer Is going—lier Junetlme days Were the sweetest notes In my song of praise, So my heart has fashioned thein Into a tune That measures Its Joy In her buoyant moon. Summer is going—she leaves me here With the harvest gold and Us crimson cheer, But my heart to the sorrowing rose-tree clings And ever its fettered passion sings. Summer Is going—why may not I With her to eternal roses fly? Out there In the gardens of endless June, "Where life leads over Love's path, rose- strewn. Summer Is going-down Hollyhock lane. But the cavalier asters are nodding in vain; Fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

I It i ■i I 1 1 I IS 1 I 11 I I : If 1 Cambronian Special Washington, Sept. 30,1898.— Boss Hanna haa been appealed to by Mr. MoKinley to save the House by the same methods he carried the Presidential eleoton— the unlimited uso of money. Hanna is now in Washington preparing to make assessments on the men who put up the boodle in '98. Chairman Bab- oook, of the Republican Con- gressional Campaign Committee, told Mr. McKinley that unless something was done at once the democrats would certainly elect a majority of the House. That is why Hanna was telegraphed for. If money can elect a majority of the House, Hanna is going to do it, unless the men who contributed money for him to use two yoars ago go back on him. At the present rate of progress Mr. McKinley's commission will pot get through investigating the War Department by the time the presidential campaigh open9. A week ago the commission was organized, and not a line of testimony has been taken; in faot, a majority of the commis- sio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

tgivrr^r# * vl irfAsfyi/ M8SSQ&1 Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing, m '. t' ' .•>.• VOLUME I. CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1R, 1898. Industry $ And Liberty J The Light of The World. NUMBER 41 I 2600 Pairs of Shoes From Boston, CfooSnsiati and St. Lysis, Received IMs WJzclu Biggest Shipment Ever Brought to Osibuopou Lowest price child's shoe (regular 25 jtj cent'seller) at 15c. k Highest price men's and Women's,.. $.400 k An extra ordinary* lino of Dress Goods, Waist; Silks, WHAJD A WOljlD OP KINDS IN BETWEEN. WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun- | day Shoe or a good Plow Shoe for 75c. B If you want your | S moneys' worth of § 8 style we have it! S 8 cowt cioths.cor.d*oioth, If you want your g § Drnp3 de Dane, the new moneys' worth of 8 8 faln'ics fov wom*n Wear We have it also! $ ij? are h*sre in abundanc S After spending Three Weeks in the 8 1 North our MILLINERS has returned—Fol- 5 lowing her comes a!! kinds of STYLISH 2 M/LLlNERY. This department is our 5 n'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

a;. | I Mi 111 FOB BOYS AND GlELS. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. Willi#'. A m<Ddntgt, a Story for toail Amritua—WkM Soag •( lUpwci Miui—A Bmi Olrl Hrl(i4«-Wk l W« Owe to IpuUnlii A Little Adventnre. A redbreast sat in a cherry tree Singing tier sweetest song. While an owl perched high, on a bough near by, Was doaiag the whole day long. "Ah, me! Ah, me!" the robin, said she, "You laay old fellow, go along! You do nothing but sleep, and sleep and sleep, And I tell you it's wrong, wrong, wrong!" The old owl winked at his carping friend, But he never uttered a word; For you know right well, so X needn't tell, That the owl is a very wise bird. Boon dusk stole stealthily over the sce e, And the robin flew Into her nest; But the owl was as bright as the fairies of night, As the sun lay hid in the West. Now, two bad boys, two very bad boys, Determined to do their best To chase robin away, and then easily they Might steal all the eggs In her nest. i But the owl on guard In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

j / 1 .... \V' nave von« Been sick/ HANDSOME PICTURB3. Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly some of the chiU dren are just getting over the measles or whooping cough. Are you recovering as fast as you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities? And Isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but It will remove all Impuri- ties from your blood. It is also a tonic of immense value. Give nature a little help at this time. Aid her by removing; all the products cr disease from your blood. If your bowels are not just right, Ayer's Pills wil! make them so. Send for cur book on Diet in Consti- potion. Wrtio to our Dooiofm. We have tho ezrlun'.re Aervleea of ■nine «f the most •minont pliyil- clans In the United States. write freely end receive a prompt reply, without ro«t. Addreti, DIt. J. C. ATER, Lowell, MBit*. Only ft Short Tim* Remain* in Wbiek | to Oat Them Free....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

THE CAME £ I Kff:/ BLOUNT C. TRICE, COITOR AIIO UAHAQKR. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SITESOIfcrFrXON. One Yoft?, (58 namU'Vu) fl.W His Moatlii, (D8 number) M Three Month/), (18 ndmber#) ~8 SiugJe Coi>y 6 AiMrie* All communications atidruuke all or* derajjiyabta toBlount G. Trie# Cameron Tex:m. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15. \80fi. K«KBf- mm«** ii For President in 1900. Wen. J. BSIYAN. ffi&mooMtSfi Tiokai For United States Senator: CHARLES A. CULBERSON. Far Governor: JOSEPH D. SAYERS, For Lieutenant-Governor: J. N. BROWNING. ey-General: T. S. SMtTH. For Land Commissioner: CEO. W. FINGER. For Treasurer: JOHN W. BOBBINS. For Comptroller: R. W. FINNEY. For Supt. Public Instruction: J. 8. KENDALL. Railroad Commissioner: ALLISON MAYFIELD. Associate Justico Supreme Court: T. J. BROWN. Associate Jud^a Court Criminal Ap- peals: M. M. BROOKS. Judgo Court Civil Apdealo, Third Su- premo District: W. B. COLLARD. For Conwess, 7th district: R, L. HENRY. For Floater Rep. 72nd District: SAM LITTLE For R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

COTTON RECEIPTS. Ill limited,..' 1th " ... al) uortli, • R|MfAY TIME TABLE. S. P. B'y« Time Table. i mail * i .M. , " *: >p. M. 1:17 a. m. 4:10 A. M. 5:15 P. M ttl) *outh - 8:60 A. M. Jini <_.ti«i; in*do «'HU Cotton B'-lt At f"ShhT'Sfle " Ff'n worth, aud (art & W.«tT.S\'f. at Houston. jt. M. LvuiS, Ai;e!it. 8. Mst A. 1". R'y* Time Table. No.-intli No..Birth Buiiid, o n No.Borth Bonnd-v <n • m- Tvltlko vvi^ t-Ue Mi K. ii TrStton ^ttfe^sCeutral and Waco iweutero or***; L Ageat l& C. nTb'J Time tabic. ^jutU Bound. No/dueut'Miiano_JaacUou ^osa! m! H:l« A", M! h:4d a. m. 8:86 p.m. 4:151'. 11. < i i t 3:10 A. M. HUB A. M. 3:31 H. M. , 8:55 P.M. 10:15 A. M. 11:07 A. M. A.UBUUi- u I So|dm* t KirtJiii*1" Nol du« at KiUino Jnna.ou... Nol duo at ' Mol dun *t MllanoJoni tiou... No| due i:t Rickiiwe . North Bound. ■Nol dm at figi'M*}*;. • • •••• • Nol dnn at MiUW"JJn(-tlo,J- • "" J, <lna at RooWfW' "^ _ .J, dno at Jlllsno J«uc .ion . Null, due.ut llockdwf.• • • • • ■ fl, d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

:> THE : /■ & / A Wv-t\ tip# 1 p L - I / mmm ttteroniatf. rillCK, Kditer. 'A TQ.WN IN VIRGINIA- fredericksburg rich in his toric memories. TKXAS. of Marye's 4111 Where 7,000 OU that Is bouchl ty j Northern Soldiers Worn Hacrlllced VuriiiMCi Mad Attempt to Lee's Impregnable Position. to IS tor m Edom In useleza nr. 3 But few people who are horn fools ever succeed In living it down. It la noble to keep still, and the re- buke of silence Is like a keen sword. Lots of people are too conscientious t« He and yet manage to suppress the truth. A man gets the last word in an ar- gument with a woman, but it's because she gives it to him. The people who are buying Cuban junta securities would be easy for an amateur gold brick operator. The government has just ordered 10,000,000 cartridges. The world mustn't forget that America is loaded. The settlement which is making fastest progress in society and crowns the exit of the century Is the brother- hood of man. The power of one man to comp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

TALI % ?NEM| OVERT W8*DAY verthW< ^Y'8 SUB qWN"LAST ECT. 'Let UoptlM, Let HI 8c,Mwf—Book of Pi >1; lurlli., far** j—The HnniafzUtenee. RMON. Euemles Be mi, Chapter )tru||lH of A pr<K8lon was for led to carry the ark^ sacred box, i hlch, though only the feet nine inc es in length and fou^et three Inches in height and depth, |s the symbol if God's pres- ence. the leaders of he procession lifted th ornamented an brilliant box by twogilden poles run/through four golden |ngs, and startjd for Mount Zion, tfithe people charted the battle hymn .' my text, "Letjbod arise, let his envies be soatterec The .'amtronians oflScotland, out- raged y James I„ wljo forced upon them sligious forms jthat were of- feusivtand by the terrible persecution of Driimond, Dalziel jnd Turner, and by th oppressive law of Charles I. and C|rles II., were| driven to pro- claim rar against tyrants, and went forth i light for reilgfous liberty; and the mjntain heather became red with carnal, and at Botilwell ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 15 October 1898

.1. a "■ T 113 nv .. i mil's cipiim. :*vm jsm$ ' , A HSS 'Hi Special to Tub Ouibboxian V \ i w ' Kif | mm-. \ Washington, Oot. 7, 1898.— The covert threat to reopen the war by sending a strong fleet to the ooast of Spain, sent out from Washington this week, wae ostensibly intended to soare the Spanish government into direct- ing tho peaoe commissioners, at Paris, to speedily accept the propositions made by the Amer- ican peace commissioners, but its real objeot is to try to make votes for republican oandidatos for congress by stirring up the war spirit among the people, and asking them to stand by the administration because the war isn't over. It is a queer sort of voter that this sort of thing will influence. That tho Spanish peaoe commissioners will quibble and delay as long as possible is the natural thing to expeot from Spaniards, but every fairly well- informed person knows that Spain is just as much bound to acoept tne terms of peace imposed by this government as Greece was bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

Im Ax: SSMMSfiWM Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing. amcfonian K WM VOLUME I. CAMERON. MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOJ *ER 22,1898. Industry * r, And Liberty i i? The Lijjht of The World. NUMBER 42 2600 Pairs of Shoes From Boston, Cincinnati and St. Louis, Keceive^i this Weefc* Biggest Shipment Ewer Brought to Cameron Lowest price child's shoe (regular 25 | cent seller) at 15c. k Highest price men's and Womon's... $.400 2 WHAT A WORLD OF KINDS 2 IN BETWEEN. S WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun- g day Shoe or a good Plow Shoe for 75c. § If you want your moneys' worth of style we have it! If you want your moneys' worth of |j! wear we have it also! fi An extra ordinary line of Dress Ooocle. Waiat Sil' ks, ft Covet Cloths, CondeCU itli, Drupe de Dano, the now rabrics for women's 1 ,vear jjj are hero in abundance , j?j SS&SSSS'SSSSSe'S'S p Alter spending Three Weeks in the,8 2 North our MILLINERS has returned—Fol- £< g lowing her comes all kinds of STYLISH i S MILLINERY. This dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

" . js / $he (feumeroniatf. BLOUNT C. TBICE, Kdttar. . - • - TEXAS. CAMERON, No maa evor becomes too shiftless to give advice. Borrowers are like piecrust—very abort and very sweet. Wben It comes to manual labor th average man Is an immune. It takes more tban nine tailors to make a man out of a cigarette dude. The average man lets good opportu- nities go by while waiting for a better one. Ignorance loves to wear borrowed garments, and go out riding with wis- dom. Those who are always looking for favors are not the most willing to give them. Low living and high thinking will produce better men than high living and low thinking. Prof. Charles Eliot Norton insists on viewing his country through a smoked glass, expecting to find it in eclipse. Securing the consent of an heiress to a matrimonial alliance is a promising business engagement for a young man. < You cannot do wrong without suffer- ing wrong. Treat men as pawns and ninepins and you shall suffer as well as they. It Is In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

FOB BOYS AND GIRLS. BOMB OOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. The Bhcm of the Kittens, * True Story for the Junior*—QMIj'i Arith- metic Leaton—Dora am Jiek Tha Butterfly's Grave. Poor little butterfly, Dead on the walk! Take him up, Rose, With a violet stalk. Now In a lily-leaf Let him be wound, His coffin a pease-pod Thai. Johnny has found. In mamma's flower-pot Dig him a grave; Let the geranium Over him wave. Rest, little butterfly, In your nice bed; A rose at your feet, And a stone at your head. The Rescue of tha Kitten*. "Let's go and see the kittens in the «ngine house!" said I. "All right," answered Dora. "I'll come too, said Jamie. "Let me come with you!" cried Jack. "I'm afraid it's rather dirty for your alipperB," I answered, doubtfully. "I'll carry him across," said Dora- she was the biggest. It was Sunday, so we did not race round the buildings to the engine- house, as we should have done on a week day. We walked sedately round. Jack in Dora's arms. When we got to the eng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

KB ". T5X-:.. K l>" J" ! ' x := I 1 tw j: -! ./ . II UMERONIUL BLOUNT C. TRICE, EOITO* AND MANAGER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION. OuoYaar, (fci nunib r<) Six Months, (20 number) 5' Tbree Month*, (liJ uurabors) ~ Single Copy Addr-faa ill eoiumunieatious u-.idmake all c;- ila repayable toB'ouur C.Trioo('umoiou Tax SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18: . Fpr Pf$>ident in 1900, Wen. J. BiiVAN. Po&ri«wa'A'Svj Tickot. For Uiur.0'1 States .Senator: CUA!tL*0S Af CULBERSON. For Governor: JOSEPH D. LAYERS. For LSaut;enunt-Uqyernor: J.N. BROWNING. For Attorney-Genontl: T. B SMITH. For Laml Commissioner: 0150. \V. FINGER. For Treasurer: JOHN IV. BOBBINS. For Comptroller. • R. W FIN LEY. If or Sup't. Public Instruction: J. S. KENDALL. Railroad OotmuiHBioner: ALLISON MAYFIELD. As30cinte Justice Supraino Court: T. J. BROWN. Associate'Judge Court Criminal Ap- , peals: . M. M. BROOKS. Judge Court Ci^il Apdoala, Third Su- preme District: W. E, OOLLARD. For Congress, 7th district: R. L. HSNRY. R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

BnRflttWUMmiN* v* * the mm < At TV rmy\M.Tt RA8LWAY TIME TABLE. o. c. & s. P. JBt'y. No. «, north mail N". >V MJIltll •' No. ?, north, limited, So. 7. south " Time Table. . :«< i>. SI. . 3:1.1'j?. m. 1:17 A. M. . 4:1M A. M No. 14 (local) north 5:15 P. M So. 18 (local) south SilQ'A. M. ('losacanptv.tionaiuaile with Cotton Knit at McGsvyov. Texas Pacific ut Fort Wovtli, uutl Ho'.ifcton East & West Texan, at Houston. R. M. Lyi.i.h, A^ei.t a. A. & A. I*. K >. Time Table. No.41 b'rtiili *3oui.(l :!#in.m. No.42 North Uounil, 6:80 n.m No. 44 North Hound :i:10«. m. No. 13 South IVmud S:l<> tt. m Trains muke close ooimeeti'ms with the M. K. &T., Oottou Do.'t, Toxm (Vutra) and Waco A liurkaWi-Mel'o (A WO 'o. S\ tj. kvakb, Asf^nt. I. & H. N. R'y Time table. South Donv.l. No, 1. tine at Milano Junction l~:4o A.M. So. I, duo ut Uoekdata 1:05 A.M. So. It, due at Milano Junction !I:1«A. M. No. S. duo at llockdule l':40 A. M. No. ti, duo tvtMllano Junction M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

T it "i, WJUA. > f. |- I III, . .. P £} Fight with - an Octopus. i Louis de Rougemont, a famous trav- eler, describing bis adventures in the Wide World Magasine, gives this ac- count of an encounter with an octopus in the pearl fishing grounds near Sing- apore: Tbe greatest enemy the divers had to fear in these waters was the dread- ed octupus, whose presence occasioned far greater panic than the appearance of a mere shark. These loathsome monsters would sometimes come and throw their hor- rible tentacles over tbe side of tbe frail craft from which the divers were working, and actually fasten on to tbe men themselves, dragging them out in- to the water. At other times octopuses have been known to attack the divers down below, and bold them relentless- ly under water until life was extinct. One of our own men bad a terribly narrow escape from one of these fear- ful creatures. I must explain, how- ever, that each evening, when the div- ers returned from pearl fishing, they roped al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

IBjWiiiiliiiwuiiiiii 111111 Owi't Tobacco Spit and Smoko Your Ufa Awe* To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mac> Belie, full of life, nerve and visor, take No-To- Bsc, the wonder-worker, that make* weak men atrong. AlldruwUta, 50c. or 11. Cure guaran- teed. Booklet and sample free. Addreaa Sterling Kemedy Co.. Chicago or New York. He is indeed Ignorant who is ig- norant that be is ignorant. lleauty U Blood Deep, Clean blood means a clean skin. No H uty without It. Cascareu, Candy Cathartic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by wirrlng up the lazy liver and driving all Im- purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug- gists. satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Warlike generals and summer girls delight In many engagements. How'i ikli? We ollerOne Hundred Dollars Reward for any rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Culurrh Cure. F. J. CHENE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 22 October 1898

r~ *mvml 2. ./ ii I \ i A"\ K I Wmmp''. jnfeti-'' ■ Mm b* .#3® •> & 8y ••'s • • : •*• r"*" spirjnl to Tub Caubuomuk. +ivaFjrjFu\ Washington , Oot. 14, 1898.— It was fitting that Mr. Perry Heath, who is acting poet- maeter general while tho post- master goneral is on the stump, p,np who owe hie present position to Boss Hanna. should bo the mouthpiece of the administration in informing the Federal office holders that they are expected to pitoh in and take an aotive part in the congressional campaign. Being n newspaper man himself, Mr. Heath know that this in- formation oould be more adroitly given -through the newspapers than by means of personal oom- munioationsto the office-holders. He gave out aoarefully prepared interview with himself, this week, in whioh ho invited the office-holders to oome to the rescue of tho g. o. p. Having taken a sufficient quanity of one-sided testimony for >uso in the congressional campaign, Mr. MoKinley's al- leged investigating committee will ...

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