Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, Jul 26, 1900.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, July 26, 1900

might by neglect be tempted toward other political highway*.A recent speech by General Grosve-nor in the House has attracted the attention of our people far and wide. The title Is given as follows:“The Colored Citizen—His Share in the Affairs of the Nation in the Years 1*97-11*10- Fifteen Thousand Participated in the War—The President's Generous Treatment of Colored Men in the Military and Civil Service of the Government.”This is a clear and comprehensive analysis of one of the strongest deliverances ever heard in the south end of the capitol.The speech is eloquent in praise of the Negro in politics and history, and will have an extensive circulation.vative estimate and does not take into account a large number who have been appointed since these statistics were gathered, notably five hundred or more employes under Director Merrlam in the census office, and fully a hundred in the government printing office.Gen. Grosvenor estimates the salaries paid to colored employes in the other departments of the government and brings forward a recapitulation and grand total, shoeing that In the army and departments the government paid the colored people last year Kager to swell thefigures to imposing dimensions, thegreat forecaster of presidential votescontinues:“Then when we shall have addedintothepro?ngeiselviternbos*tentOf iingan aingpeataXetionfrormenQUftriveEiof ha ki Mae