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UI4 QLxx1I xxu NO 263 6 > > GAINESVILLK P FLORIDA TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 1 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK
INGRESS WILL NOT NOTENACT HOTI
1 I ENACT LEGISLATION LEGISLATIONlodifying LEGISLATIONOdi LEGISLATIONodifying
lodifying Odi 1ing the OhinosB hlno e Excln Exclugion Exclnf3ion
gion Act AotEADEtS dotEADEtiS v vEADE53
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EADE53 IN IN BOTH TH HOUSES SAY SAYollcy SAYolicy
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ollcy of Chinese Chine Is Based Ba B aed ed Upon This ThisAttitude ThisAttitudeEmperor ThisAttitudeEmperor
Attitude AttitudeEmperor Emperor Urged People to toRefrain toRefrain toRefrain
Refrain from Boycotting American AmericanGoods AmericanGoods
1 Goods Pending Action by Congress CongressOhlcaso CongrelSiChlc CongressUhlcago
Ohlcaso iChlc go Dc Dec 11 11A A Tribune dis dispatch d datch dtsatch ¬
patch atch from Washington D C saysOongreas says saytJCon say6tCongess
Oongreas Con ess will not enact any legis legislation legislation leglslatlon ¬
lation modifying the Chinese exclu exclusion excluston excluSion ¬
sion act Us As a result of the boycott boycottof OOcottof
r of American American goods will be reImposed reImposedshortly reImposedahortly re4mposedabortly
shortly and there there will be a greater de development development devolopatent
velopment of the antiforeign feeling feelingthroughout feelingthroughout feelingthroughout
throughout China ChinaThe ChInaThe ChinaThe
The prediction as to the attitude of ofCongress ofongres8 ofu
lead leadra leadEra leadis
u Congress > > was made yesterday by
is Era ra of both the house and senate The Thepolicy Thepoltc TheI
I I policy of the Chinese people is based basedentirely basadI basodentirely
i entirely inUrel upon this attitude attitudeIn
t In edUtts Issued by b the Chinese em emperor emI
I h peror thojpeople th people were urged to refrain refrainfrom refrainl
l i t from boycotting g American goods pend pending pendi pending ¬
i ing action by congress congressThe congressth congressThe
th The viceroys of various provinces provincesS provincesyroolatnted provincesJprpolalmed
Jprpolalmed rpolalmed S > Presfdent Prest lent Rooaevelt hatgiven ha had hadven t tfilven
given ven assurances that congress wduld wduldpass wduldpUS wouldi
i pass romediary measures and nd that the theChinese theV theChinese
V Chinese should continue to purchase purchaseAmerican purchaseAmerican purchaseiJt
iJt American goods as heretofore until untilthe untUI untilthe
I the thopurposos purposes qf f the legislative branch branchi branchof
i of the th American government developed developedIt
It la understood und rstood that hat the Chinosu Chtnosulegislation Chinosulegislation Chlnolu1egtslatton
legislation here has Ueen en making in inquiries Inqulrlea n nquirles ¬
quiries as to the Ul t propeot pro peot of action actioncongress actioncongress actioncongress
congress and is satisfied there is no nochance nowance nochance
chance whatever w atever of the enactment of ofsatisfactory ofsaUractoIltgis1atlon ofuUstctory
satisfactory saUractoIltgis1atlon saUractoIltgis1atlonDeadlock legislation legislationDeadlock leglslatlonDeadlock
Deadlock In Treaty Negotiations NegotiationsA
A deadlock has occurred occqrr In treaty treatyeg lroo lrooaegtlaUDBIetweenM treatysegmt4atioatlretween
aegtlaUDBIetweenM eg Hatloagietween Minister ln18ter vRuckftUl vRuckftUljfind RUQkW RUQkWndNa RuqkItlend
end ndNa Na Tungof Tung 1f tho ho Chinese foreign of offairea nffatres atfairce
fairea in regard to the refusal rcfus l of thu thuformer tllUtormor tlruformer
former to allow the admission of r Citl Citlaesft OhlneS8 Olrlnest
nest laborers Into the American posses possesIOLI possesatot4ur osBeS osBeStOL
atot4ur IOLI in the Pacific In exchange for forthe forthe forthe
the privilege Na Tung was willing to todefine todcnne todo
do define ine the t e classes of Chinese which whichshould whichhod whichshould
should be granted rlnted rang authorizing the theItalteJ theUnttJ theUnited
United States St ue8 thus authorizing his hisgovernment hiscov hisgovernment
cov government rnmont to exclude every one w wfailed w wtailed wfailed
failed to come directly within those thoseclasses tho thoseclasses o oIaues
classes classesBill classessill < IauesIIUI
Bill to Make All Territories States StatesRepreaentatlvo StatuRepreatntat1vc StatesRepreaentative
Repreaentatlvo Hamilton of Mich AUcblcu Mlchittaa I Ijean
jean chairman of the house committee committeeon
on territories prox proposes > sos to push to a avote avote avote
vote as s soon as possible his bill for th thdmU thdm thaimx
dmU dm on of Oklahoma and Indlann indianuTerritory IndlannTerritory Indlannerrltory
Territory and Arizona and New Mexi Mexlco Mexico exl exlco ¬
co < as two state He hopes to get getit gnit gat3t
it through before the holidays holidaysThere hoUdasThore bolldaysThere
There Is a strong desire to wipe out oatall outn outall
all n the territories on the continent continenttaus continenttlLua continenttkus
taus making a aomogenlous omoglnl us union of
47 states occupying a compact oo apaot terri territory tenttorr ¬
tory 017 from the Atlantic to the Pacific PacificAUl Pac111cand
AUl and 4 from Canada to Mexico Thereafter Thereafterit
it 1 will be easy enough onoug to devise a geaelal gea gearal g gral
< elal ral territorial syUem for Alaska Porto Por For4o Porto
to Rico Hawaii and the Philippines A AJarritory AtOZ1 Adsrrltory
Jarritory tOZ1 represeatlag as a the name nam Im ImtyHes I IPHN hagrllie
+ tyHes as a a o O1Itl1JJ tlyBj poasossloa of the theIgnited UlelaUtti theTralted
Ignited States mot yet ready for stat stattbood stat11oocI stateiaoo4
bood will then to the status of these UieseCHINESE t theseseparated Iae Iaerate
separated rate 1OIMM1oII 1OIMM1oIICHINESE tsoewatouCHINES
CHINESE OYCOTT IN INRiSCO INRiSCOIt1pe fRISCO fRISCOWa UICO UICOw
Wa w It1pe Crew FerhlcMen te e Buy Buyr BuyrAny Any ef efthe efthe ofthe
the American Goetfs GoetfsSea Goe4eSea OoOSea
Sea Frae4 rraaciseo eo D Dec c 11 nTIM The aati aatiAW atlAlutrieaa satiA
AW Alutrieaa A ruts boyeoit kaa reachej thU thUport tJallJOft thl thlport
port It te tbe tWcM tWeutoa castes < o of the PacJJc PacJJcother Pa Pagtc3K11 tJe tJean
3K11 > > an ealMa ay to anew aDe yeidlers JIera is4 is4utsvr a4 a4II
other < < II < < maA aJf dtlerns e > aJers oa o hoard Mar bard their theirat tetren tksirIra
at Ira ttoers en darbsg rhvc H w the e t rtaobeoa a ea tier he r for krrthe forth foftM
th tM cMTeaJsciM aJa ef the Chl Cltlase se sail sailrs u uen tir
r en rs treiftca re twsbs ts aad a4 waiters WH wh whby h
1 by 7 rsa r rssata of tt qtr > rtthMloa M aM as auj 1 jot JIOttlttir ot
4 tlttir th ir CIIt VIr1tp Bfcsrtg t tWMII zg ubeet ubeetMina a 4 e efw
Mina the tt xar xarWIJat Iar ebada e4 a fear fearPaes
Paes WIJat y MCIOfI tat Cbiaer CIa4a were lark larkrq ek ekIt
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tier sailed UN ue atbeaelsa au et e dtf tlwMicMdias dtffJI11Mt
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a to Ibt IM Jiaaehsdas Xf till tillftt OMueeo law lawMIs
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POPULAR GIRL SUICIDES SUICIDESIII
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111 Health Cause Cau W Woman mac n to Take Her HerLife HerLife HerLife
Life In Her Room RoomMontgomery RoomMontgomory RoomMontgomery
Montgomery Ala Dec 11 llThe The city citywas citywas
was 11 shocked Friday by the news which whichrapidly whichrapidly htc htcrapidly
rapidly spread In every nook ook and I1nl cor corner cortier ¬ I Iner
ner that Miss Jhlia Jfhlla Reid one of the themost tatmost themost
most popular young young women of the thecounty thecountr thecounty
county had suicided suicidedIt
It was as soqri soql found that the report reportwas reltflWail reportwaa
was true and thatthe unfortunate unf rtuntltc girl girltad girlad girlhad
tad ad shot herself entirely through theheal the thohead thei1ead
head with a small small caliber pistol intrchased par parchased IHrchased
chased on a trip to the city elt Just before beforethe bcforthe beforrothe
the tragedy tragedyDr
Dr J L Gaston who was called at atonce atonce atonce
once snld that the death had been In Instantaneous Instantaneous Instantaneous ¬
stantaneous She was lying at the foo fooof fooof tooof
of her5 bed In her own room when dis discovered dlscovered discovered ¬
covered by her aunt cold In death deathMiss deathMisi deathMiss
Miss Reid left nothing to indicatewhy indicate indicatewhy Indicatewhy
why she took her own life but It Is Iswell Iswell iswell
well known that ill health was tho thocause thonuse thecause
cause She bec became becme me Ill some months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago and was forced to take a rest fromher from fromher fromher
her duties as an Accountant in the of office ofnce offloe ¬
floe of the Montgomery Advertiser She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was given a vacation of several weeks weekswhich weekswhich weekswhich
which was wlSlpent spent in North Carolina but butnothing butnothing butnothing
nothing In the way of permanent f rmanent benolit beno benefit benont ¬
fit was secured securedAfter securedAfter securedAfter
After returning It was discovered discoveredthat dfscoverclthat discoveredthat
that she was not able to meet the du duties duoties duties ¬
ties of tho position held for four years yearsand yearsand cars carsand
and her resignation waa sent in How However However However
ever she be remained in service up to a afew atew afew
few days ago in order that some one onemight onemight onemight
might be trained to take the woSince woSince wo VatSince
Since that time she has done little be being beIng bebig
ing mush of tho time confined to herroom her herroom herm
roomNOTED room roomNOTED m I INOTED
NOTED EVANGELIST RETURNS RETURNSHave RETURNSHave RETURNSHave
Have Conducted a FourYear World WorldWide WorldWide
1 Wide Revival RevivalNew RevIvalNew RevivalN
New New N York Dec 11 l1Rev ttev E A Tor Torrey Torrey Forrey
rey an n evangel who had been conduct conducting conductIng conducting
ing a four years worldwide worldvide revival revivalreturned rcvlvalrcturMd revivalreturned
returned with his family famllyyoSleray yesterday on onthe onthe onthe
the Baltic HIs fellow worker tho thoSinging thoSlnglnr theSinging
Singing evangelist Alexander will willThe willO willaooniotnfiimr
aooniotnfiimr O n o1n tblmhere tblmhereThe bere bereThe
The evangelists have ave visited China ChinaJapan ChinnJapan ChinaJapan
Japan Australia and Great Britain BritainI
I cannot give the number of attendante at attendants attcndants ¬
tendants at our meetings said Dr DrTorrey DrTorrey DrTorrey
Torrey but I have hav just received a ca cablegram cablogram cablogram
blogram that the number of those reg registered regIstered regIsteral
istered In the different dlrr ront churches < tl afterour after afterour aCtornr
our nr services ervl 1 is 180000 including Inol dlnr 82000 82000In
In Groat Gro t Britain were converted The Thoevangelists Th Thcnngelhlh Theevangelists
evangelists will begin a revival In To Toronto Toronto Toronto ¬
ronto Dec 31 after which they the open opena
a three months campaign at Philadel Philadelphia PhUadelphla Pblladslphla ¬
phla following that they lb will Ut ben bengin baCln begin
gin a meeting at Atlanta GaWORLDS Ga OaWORLDS GsWORLDS
WORLDS RECORD BROKEN BROKENlolorado NOKENColorado OKEN OKENColorado
Colorado Typewriter TYPlwrlterWrlt Writes In On OnHour OnHour OnHour
Hour 4917 WordsPueblo Words WordsPueblo WordaPueblo
Pueblo Colo Dec 11 HItaT Ray T Van VanEttlaoh VanEtttaoh VanCtttaoh
Ettlaoh state service Ico editor of U UPueblo ttPueblo toPueblo
Pueblo Chieftain last night broke the theworld theworlJ theworlds
world typewriting record for both bothte boththe boththe
the te 30ininute and hour tests taking taklR
2600 600 words during the first tblrty miD tulatee miDatH infostee
atH tee and finishing the hour with witatotal a ajtal atotal
total of 4917 words wortsThe war warThe wordsThe
The dictation was received over the theang lileJonr thelong
long ang distance telephone from Denver Dearerk Denverdistance Deft fer feri
i distance of 130 miles milesThe mUllTIle museThe
The previous hour record 383M 383Mords SlftWor1l 3SVwords
words ords direct dictation was naade by byas b bPayt byPaul
Paul as Msnter at MadUoa Square Oar Oaren Oardea Oardea
dea en New York Nor No 4 lOS lOSProminent 1101remcnt 90LProminent
Prominent Rtabl bl Dead DeadNew DeadNe DeadNew
New Ne York Dec 11 11Dr Dr Zadoc < KOAB KOABgrsfe I Kohngrant < olu olucrdt4
grant rahbl ra bl of the tJs Central oe cNletor cNletorottsraetltei itiorj itiorjofIsraelites IKot1of
of ofIsraelites braent la Fraace died Sod la pari pariyesterday PariuJa Pails7Mteraay
yesterday uJa say a oahle taJ 10 dUpUoh re receivtd reGelVttl received
ceivtd here Dr Koan was a b bona m it itHftBfctiB ItKuht it3taatela
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CONTINUE STRIKE STRIKETO
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TO THE THE1TTER BITTER END ENDIs
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Is The Effort Being Made Ma Q by byTh8 byThe byThe
The Leaders LeadersWHO LeadersWHO LeadersWHO
WHO PROMISETO PROMISE PROMISET4 T PKOVOE PROV CIi FUNDS FUNDSPresented FUNDSPresented FUNDSPresented
Presented Address Addra to Emperor Citing CitingHis CItingHIs CitingHis
His Promised Relief eef and Abjuring AbjuringHim AbjuringHim AbjuringHim
Him to Rely on PeacefUl Russians RussiansWho RUllianWho RussiansWho
Who Desire Deal Freedom FreedomSt FrlfomSt
St Peter Peterraurg > > burg Friday morning Dec lJc
8 via Ia EdytkuhnonEust dytkutmon l hn aiit t Prussia Dec Otc9fhe Dec9rho
9 9fhe Tho local localtoadcfti leaders of tin th post null nodtelegraph nudtelegraph nulltelegraph
telegraph strike iayitiB baying received moru moruoucouruging 111010eucour ntoruencouraging
encouraging eucour glni newt from Moscow run uiuaro UII UIIaro runare
aro making a deaperato churl l > lUIt to rallytheir rally rallytnclr mil milti1clr
their followers to continue the strike striketo
to the ho bitter bltt r end endTho end1ho endThe
The promise that those without withoutfunds withoutfunds withoutfunds
funds will be provided for and throat throatencd throntened throatened
ened evils will not occur TilL loath leiultrhave I Ihao r rhave
have succeeded in in destroying d tele telegraphic telagrllPhic telographic ¬
graphic communication with Klclt KlcltWarsaw KieftWarsaw Kicff1Varsaw
Warsaw and Moscow which was open opened Ol opened > on oned ¬
ed for a time tlm last night nightThe night111e nightThe
The executive commission has Issued Issuedanother Issuednnother Issuedanother
another appeal to the strikers ht to utand utandfirm blttllll1nu standfirm
firm until all theirdemands their IdIIU1I1ds are satls satisfied satlsned satlsfled ¬
ned fiedTho
Tho strikers claim hilt t the tleligntrj tleligntrjwho deleguteawho icltgut icltgutwho
who have returned hero > from Finland Finlandreport 1 Finlandreport < llIllitnllreport
report that tho Finns will stand out to tothe tothe tothe
the end endFrom endFrom
From 1 < ronl Vladivostok North ort h Caucasia it itla Itla itla
la reported that t tho e trltKraphcrs haveselucted have havesolucted huosclucttd
solucted a ma men a to come to St Pqtoro Pqtoroburg IQlonburg Iyturaburg
burg to kill Interior Minister Ih I 1tirnu 1tirnuvo > uVno uVnovo rno rnovo <
vo and M Mr Sevastlanoff S < tv thulUrt superintendent superlntcudcnlof
of posts po ts and telograpiH telograpiHA
A delegation from the Tula xenifitvn xenifitvnyesterday zeniFtveyesterday 10m tn tn11stcrtlay
yesterday presented prOi 11tod an address to tho thoemperor thoemlcrer theemperor
emperor fts afrol1ow afrol1owWe foliovs foliovsWe followgtRe
We abjure youl YO you majesty to rely 101 on ontho ontho onthe
tho peaceful millions of the HtiMslan HtiMslanpeople JllMMIRnpoople lttsslanpeople
people who desired freedom without withoutlicense withoutHeeDse withoutlicense
license Your majesty has removed romovoda
a burden of gnnoo 80 nOO of roubles from fromtho fromthe rom romt
the t o peasants and you 011 have hft C promliol promliolrelief Ilromlllo1rellet promlruirellet
rellet in the matter of litnJ The TheTula TheTula rllfTnla
Tula peasant expect hole > but not trotfrom notfrom Iwtfrom
from the sensoUps promises lrOm of the thewicked tlluicked thewicked
wicked Your njesty n will 111 hcnr lr thetruth the thetruth t hp hptruth
truth not from the th < revolutionists ruol 11 ttOltilt I but butfrom buttrom butfrom
from the doumn which K hleh we pray lira yournusjeaty your yourniAJeaty uur uurnUljeatynol
niAJeaty nUljeatynol not to tarry In calling callingThe call1nttThe callingThe
The emperor sfter rl t r thanking the del delegatlon t01ecUon delegatlon
egatlon said in nply nplyFor nl nlFor riolytFor
For a full rptlzatlon of the liber liberties IIbfrtin Ilberties ¬
ties accorded It I t u I neoestary primari primarily ¬
ly I to restore order This Is only ani po poslblo poslblo pos possible
slblo wUh wi h the Inarty hi arty cooperation oa of ofall ofall ofall
all the sons Ion of UussUu HUIII I know that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the needs of the iwasants p asanta are groat and andto andto andto
to relieve rfU thorn i h my constant care careWliat car carW1lat careWhat
What could be bt None 410n at present has hasbeen hatbeen hasbeen
been done but there is I still tlll much to be beacorn beacompllihed beaeompllabed
acompllihed acorn pi Uhed an and < l therefore t retorft It Is I nee necessary neeweary ¬
weary 17 to return lo peacefnl HU8rtll pur pursuits IuraultwaD pursuitsand ilra ilraaad
and aD to direct all your our efforts ertortll1o to the fur furtheraace furUleraace furtheraace
theraace of the th odjeots IB view Jew If Ifothers Itothers Ifotllerl
others follow your good axaaiple th thwork thfl thflwork Ikework
work of Inprovinic the tit p pe peaaats w t ooadl ooadltlon oodltl ooadltlon
tlon tl n and Rd the renation rOR I aUOft of the I reforms reformswill RformJwUt reformswill
will be greatly iimpliflfd1 iimpliflfd1Edlter IInUtttdEllllter st + apllbed apllbedHater
Edlter Will Be Held H Aestenslble Aestenslble8t
8t PetcrsbwrK Dec S rim Bjrdtk Bjrdtkhsen Jlydtklinn ydtktr ydtktrhsen
hsen Sast Prussia Dee L13reral L13reralofficers Ser ral ralofficers
orSce officers = of th the < Hewllaosovskr reel regiweat reelt >
weat a + eaL t statton i at Titarskoelielatktk T THnkOIeIo THnkOIeIoS anikoe0 0 0whleh
whleh S on Mow ott11 fay ay was sidrMMd rM4 rM4tilt by byithe bythe
the eat emperor ror r who wlf oo GOIII oowseae4 eae4 ea Its ItstrU4 Itstr Itstr1e4
trU4 tr loyalty ab1 sa I tt exptesd < rtW4 the hoso hosothat hoped hopeddrat 1t e etitat
that it mould Always 11 skew itaolf a airmly sIrly +
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have n otIM oa1 on + fee 4iir el fJ < the 1U Uwtut4 JCMh JCMhu4 1Uaa4
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rosts fearing r arlng that it would provoke provokegreater lrovokogreater Frovokogreater
greater disturbances disturbancesThe
The military telegraphers tIt ln1lhers nt Kloff Kloffhave KIftThave Kiefthave
have refused to tnke the place of the theatrlUlng theatrlltlng thestriking
striking civilians TAO T l Germnn Crl e > rmnn gOY BOVerninont gOYernmont governmont
ernmont has asked tho govornmont ot otRussia 01nU9sll ofRussia
Russia to protect tho Warsaw Wnr nrsaw lw gas gasworks has hasworks as asworlts
works which are the property roport of o n nGorman aGOfruan nGorman
Gorman companyARRESTED company companyARRESTED tonlllnAREST
ARRESTED AREST D FOR MURDER MURDERMan MURDERM
M Man tan of of Many Wives Being Held In InBirmingham InrUrmlngham InStrmingham
Birmingham Ala AlaBirmingham AltIDlrmtngham AlaBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Doc 11 110 C C CWilliams CWilliams C1VIlllants
Williams alias lIlIs C W Comics was ar arrcsv lrrC8 nrrested
rcsv rC8 rested d here cre last week as th tilt > suspect suspected ¬
ed murderer mur orof of D S Wilson a printerkilled printer printerkilled pluterkt11cd
killed about seven year cnfl MRO sgoInformntlon MROInformntlon o oInform
Informntlon Inform tlon from Atlanta A t 1 ltl Mncon Mnconand Mnconand 1 ncon nconanll
and Gainesville On n anti nd Ireonvlllo IreonvllloS rtln 1111 1111S
S C alleges that Williams has wives wivuKin wll1IIn wivesin
in Macon Iu on and Buoroe nolll and a wo woman woman woman ¬
man with whom Wllllntna lived II v ll In At Atlanta Atlanh Atlanta ¬
lanta states ncordlng to a letter from fromChief frornChief fronlChlcr
Chief Jennings that he has a wife inGreenville In InGreenville InOrocnlIlo
Greenville S C CLetters CI1lterM CLetters
Letters from from Macon show that Wil Williams WIIIIams 1111lianas ¬
lianas was married to a 1 Miss lIsK Annlo AnnloDnvls AnnloDnIs AnnieDavis
Davis In that city not many mnn mouths niouthHago l11uuthtlRgo mouthsago
ago null that t nt ho had written buck buckthere huck1i1t buckthere
there 1i1t ro to hi her r under the namo nano of CIV C CW CW
W Counts All totters spook In de derogatory Illrogatory derogatory ¬
rogatory term of tho mun and hU hUcharacter hl hlcbnrnctcr hiAcharacter
characterThH character characterThe cbnrnctcrThe
The police hon believe that they theytiate thoyhave thIIYhave
have captured n man who III wunted In Inmany Inman Inmany
many man cities Tho nlloKatlons of big bigamy hlram Iii Iiiam ¬
amy am against him are being Investi Investigated Invc dnvetitlgated tl tlII ¬
II gated ted
Going After Williams WilliamsMacon Williamsmeon WilliamsMacon
Macon Qa Doc 11 11UotocUll Uotoctlvos + s will willloavo willleave
leave today todu far or IMnulUKimm 1JIlUlu ill m to bringback bring bringback IIrln IIrlnbaclt
back to Macon C C Williams alias aliasC
C W Counts to answer u bigamy bigamycharjto hllCllUchar hlgaoychargo
charjto char Letters found on him Indi Indicate hilIcato lndlCato ¬
cato that ho has wives IvOM la Atlanta Atllln Kn Knoroo I Iioroi II IIoro
oroo oro oroi + 8 C and Macon A warrant warrantWMH wnrunti warrantwas
was M14 Aworn out by II his hi Macon wife lastnight last liutnight Ill I Inlht
night nightVETERANS nlhtVETERANS nightVETERANS
VETERANS THANK < ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTFor T TFor
For Statement Concerning Confederate ConfcdoratDend ConfdtrateI ConfederateDead I
DendVIckMburg Dead DedNlcktlhurg DeadVicksburg
Vicksburg Miss DOG II 11oncrAI 11oncrAIStuJlhcn 11lunernlStephen Ouncrn OuncrnBtejihen
Stephen fl 1 > Loi L < M commander cornll1 ndor of tin theUnited tinUnited t1l t1lUn1tJd
United Confederate VutvrAtiff on huhalt bo bohalf
half of hlmrelf un IUl1 > l thAt orKHntxHllon orKHntxHllonIIAA
has written n HH follow a to IreHldniit IreHldniitTliiHMloro ItrttMhhtUlILO Iresldentltaseveit
ltaseveit ltaseveitIlIodoro ILO <
TliiHMloro IlouAevolt President of ofthe ufthe ofthe
the United Ulllt d I States 81tttlI talesMy My Hear > ar Sir A Atho As Asthe
tho K general ii fHt rommander of It the lh Unite Unltt1ConffftifUCi UnitedCrrnttierata 1 1ConfmlerHtM
ConfmlerHtM Votoraus Vc tru orBauJjwUomi orBauJjwUomiand
and for them I MIH Honllug you mythanks my mythanks mythankA
thanks for tho imrMnraph In your our men menage metsage
age rccominotiilliiK that the K general generalgovernment iieml iiemlgov
gov government raraetit caro for tho graves grav of con confederate contedtlrate confederate
federate dosd and especially 9olall those thoAvwho lhOlilfwho thosewho
who died led in northern prl tlrbonl on during duringthe lurlnicthe Iurln Iurlnthe
the war ar I desire to iAy that this parsgraph par parngraph r ralrph
ngraph In your our mnuage 1110 IA exooedlng exooedlngly
ly gratifying to me m personally personallyWith IJ8r IrersonallyVlth on811 on811Wlth
With kindest regard for yourself yourselfpersonally yourselfpersonally ounel ounelpttMmllUr
personally and for tho welfare of your yourfamily yourfamily our ourtalnU
family talnU I am your truly trulyBtftpheit trulyiffI truly41U
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QCORQC BELL ELL WILL RESIGN REIGNAssistant RESIGNAssistant EIIONAMllunt
Assistant United Unit itates ltat tats Attorney WIll WHlQuit WIllQuit WillQuit
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States Attempy for the aorthera ill illtriot dis disriot I Itrlot
riot of Georgia said S4 that in the Hear HearftttMro MMrftUtu pearfwtsro
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INSPECTOR DISMISSED DISMISSEDBy
By B Secretary Secr tnry Department Com Commerce OommerCb Cosinerce
merce and Labor LaborSEVERAL LAborSEVERAL LaborSEVERAL
SEVERAL CHARGES PREFERRED PREFERREDThe PREF RftED RftEDThe
a a aThe
The Investigating Committee Stated Statedthat Statedtha Statedthat
that tha the Inspector Conduct Did Not NotMerit NotMerit NotMerit
Merit Even Censure Much Lets 1 Re Removal Removal Removal
moval and Charges Were Frivolous FrivolousWashington Frlvolouulihlntun FrivolousIVf
Washington IVf ulihlntun U Uo c 11 Secretary SecretaryMutciiir Sucrot1r Sucrot1rMulCllr h 1 1lutcalr
Mutciiir Hu Nccrotary < jrot ry of the ik IlllltrlIUUI IlllltrlIUUIor > imriu > utii utiiat
or comntorce and labor today Inhl dis dismissed lUSmllllHlll ¬ t tmissed
missed the charges nm IUIilo lo by h tu tuworlds l1lorhlli ttowurlds
worlds fair navigation compiiny of St StLouts SlLmlls StLouts
Louts uualtui Archibald tlonlon local localInspector 10cIIIU811tctllr localLnspector
Inspector of I the United Status nixvlua nixvlualion nttvluatlun
lion buronu at that pout poutThe Ilo t tTho t tThe
The Investigation Invulltl nUol1 was conducted condul tod by byAMfllHtiuit byA r rAsslstaal
AMfllHtiuit A IHtnnt Secretary Murray and Dcpu Dcputy OCPlLty Doputy
ty Commissioner ClImlA lonor of Corporations CorporationsSmltit CortlOrll1onlSmlti CorporationsSmolt
Smltit SoviiiUieu charges In all wore worepreferred w r rprorcl1uJ a aprota
preferred prota rud In 11 general lnorl1l alleging offlotal offlotallucompontpncy offtolalincumpantency ttlclalInconIHltfIC
lucompontpncy misconduct and Itn Itnproper Ionmproper 11 11prnlllr
proper lUcrlmlnntlon between steam steamboat stean1mt steamboat ¬
boat owners na wull as acts of opprr opprrBlou opprtlIon upprslot
lIon tiRUlnfit particular owners ownorsMoth ownullnol ownerscloth
Moth nol h parties wore represented by bycounsel bycounflul byCOUn801
counsel mid H 1 < number of witnesses witnessesan
an well 011 as n tho rooorda roor ts of tutu office officewore officewor officewore
wore examined examinedThe oxnmlnnd1h oxantlnodThe
The 1h report of tho committee com mittto stated statedtlmt statedthat tatcH1tlUtl
that they lh found nothing In Inspector InspectorUorilonM hUJ11eolOrllurlonM InspectorOurlnns
UorilonM conduct or his hi office whlifa whlifawould whl whICtrvwtitl 1 1would
would merit oven U n couture much let letremoval Ie IetlI1ovll less lessrcnnoval
removal i that while he lORd certain certaininlAiakos C1 certaintnlstahos rhdn rhdnIIIll1talwa
inlAiakos they tho wore either errors of oflaw otJlt oflaw
Jlt law in tho tie Interpretation of some le lewd I IJld legal ¬
wd iiivMtiojji II < UMUtIJ8 or were due to to an earn earnwit earne 1rn 1rn1M
e wit 1M + I nil 1111 oomo o05 lenUoIlM ntlotin desire to bring bringnunut brlnl1J11ut bringnbmut
nunut 1J11ut a proper condition of affairs on ontho UUtito onto
tho aiuainhoHts II tUftlll hOKlI In hU Jurisdiction JurisdictionThe
The 111 < ohttrn harries iH wore ore declared to be bewholly bCtwhull bewholly
wholly whull frivolous and nd without merit meritand meritatll moritand
and it wax atatud that In the making makingof
of If them and In lhs III ItA effort to sustain sustainthem sustniitthem lutRlnthpnl
them hero WAS not Indicated A 1 genu Renudue genulue lIenuIU
due IU dMlroon dlHllro on thepurtof tile part or complainants complainantsto
to Improve tho efflolnnoy tftrialtlllo of the boat boatliupeodon bo bo111ltltctlon boatlrtpctctlon
liupeodon service but some ltCun other mo motlvo motl motlvrr
tlvo tl ve tiHving IUI vlnl nothing proprlnty to 4ft dewith 4ftwith 1 1wJrh
with tits nfflfloHny or Integrity of the tltHInapbtiiora thltIrllluctor theinapcetora
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Inal Libel Llb Charge ChargeBomon CharGeDoLon ChargeBoaton
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ly t grand jury failed tllIc tI slay Iud to return an anliullotmimt InIlItlotnlllllt anIrtrlletmont
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wo who had boon held for that holy boilyby hc holyby y
by 11 tho municipal onurt on the charge chargeof cbarlof
of crlmltiAl tilml tuurtThe tilmlThu
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runes flnc W Marron th thus proprietor of theBoston the theItoston UteDoton
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