National Affairs: A Caller

It is seldom that rival candidates pay social calls on one another, but Gen. Dawes, having delivered a speech at Lincoln, could not resist the temptation to call on the Governor of Nebraska. Correspondent Boyden Sparkes furnished this graphic account of the meeting:

"Gov. Bryan carefully placed a chair for his expected visitor and left wide open the door of the executive office, a large hideous chamber, papered green and with a metallic ceiling embossed with a design of palm leaves, cornucopias and parallelograms. The Governor's mahogany conference table is so placed that he...

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