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Five Rising Young Men

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In tl i e üarkcsl jjeas iC the war live young men were aworti in aa newt elected repretentutlveg in the 381 h congres. James A. (Miiiclil was 33 year t age, and boni in CuyahoffH coui.ty, Ohlo. Jam6t G Blaine wa58, and born in Pennsylvania; William lï. Allison was Mi and horn n rnry, Ohlo; J.uiiis K Wiisdii aaï6, and bom in Newark, Ohio; and Willlam Winriom was 36, aml bom In Belmont, CHfio. .Mr. W'intl'ini aloue Ii;kI Bcrred bafore ; all the otbers uien eitfered congrea f or the Üi i time. Kuur wen' born Ui Oblo, tlmugli the tive Uien icprcsciitcd fout TIn-v (Mine tu kiiou each oüier well. The lerce atruggie ol civil ar, glories of structlon, tlicy shnred torether. To-day, the youugest of Um ür ie pretMent. The next In c;ti, tonner speaker, becomea of tato. The oldcit in yeara mul service hei IiK secretary of' the tre.i.-nii-. berau-c the tbird in years declinci!. n. tlic liftli memher oí thls ÍTOHp, Mr. Wiko f luwa, vvill probably ttike the seat in the senate vuonted hy Imva's war iovernor, Kirkwood, who Itjiue8 Presiilent Qarfleld's stcretary ol the interior. Viih tu o in thcscn.itc, two in the cabinet, and one in thewhtte hodse, the littlc party of live young men of 1mí: will have some


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