Hilary A. Cleveland's third annual message to Congress, December 6, Lamar, II — William F. Sterling Morton — Hendricks Allen G. This has been repeatedly and quite lately demonstrated.
As a reformer, Cleveland had such prestige that the like-minded wing of the Republican Party, called " Mugwumps ", largely bolted the GOP presidential ticket and swung to his support in the election. But amid calls for abolition, the reform feels seismic to some and merely cosmetic to others.
Continue or Give a Gift. King, an honored citizen of Buffalo, was then attending physician at the Providence Asylum.
Newsletter signup form Your email address required Sign up. The race was up to Congress to decide. George H. Nixon supposedly did not know about the plans for the break-in, but he did everything to cover up the scandal. He used the veto, defied special interests and held fast in conflicts over tariffs, government jobs, silver, railroad land grants and Indian rights.
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These tariffs had been implemented as a temporary measure during the civil war to protect American industrial interests but remained in place after the war. Teasley , U. She was the daughter of a Buffalo man whose own reputation was smeared by Cleveland's allies, who said he'd had a dalliance with the woman in question.
Halpin is still an attractive woman, and although said to be 45 or 50, does not look more than National Democratic committee.