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1898-01-22-WashingtonBee-p4-CHJTaylorsHenchmanDismissed - C. H. J. TAYLOR'S HENCHMAN DISMISSED. HIS WIFE...
C. H. J. TAYLOR'S HENCHMAN DISMISSED. HIS WIFE PREFERS CHARGES AGAINST HIM. Mr. R. W. Thompson, the colored Democrat of Indianapolis, Ind., who was brought to this city by C. H. J. Taylor, the deposed ex-Recorder of Deeds, was dismissed from the Government Government Printing Office this week on charges preferred by his wife. Mrs. Thompson in her letter to the s very serious husband which id not tolerate, charges against her 1 UUllt J. llllld 111 CI IV to the Public Printer would not tolerate. Mr. Palmer is a very lenient and good man but he will not permit people people to remain in his office against whom charges are made and sustained and justifies their removal for the good of the public service. Mr. Thompson is one of the individuals individuals who justified the removal of colored colored Republican printers from the Government Printing Office under the last Democratic administration. who A meeting in the n. w., condemning or the Congress , . scalping. ing bill. cannot extent by the colored what

Clipped from The Washington Bee22 Jan 1898, SatPage 4

The Washington Bee (Washington, District of Columbia)22 Jan 1898, SatPage 4
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