Ralph M Cheshire's comments on Senator Colquitt 28 Oct 1892
THE STRANGER WITHIN OUR GATES. Senator Cokjultt worked himself to death almost for Georgia said Mr Ralph M. Cheshire who returned from Washington yesterday I have seen him keep to his teat In the senate when he ought to have been In bed. Two months before be was at tacked with his present Illness he was ordered by his physician to rest At that time he was being mercilessly assailed by certain newspapers In Georgia which were falsely accusing aim of non attention to his senatorial duties. In the effort thus forced upon him he remained at his post Georgia will have able senators In the future as in the past but mne who will work with greatsr devotion for his people St1GEB OU "snor Cutt wrk hl t de ast Gr" .a M. Rph 1 Cl wh rt trm WagOD 1esterl. "I hTe Bn h kp b I te Set whl1 ouht hve b b moth befor wa attack wt h Ues wa orer hs pl ca t rt t te w blngmrelly uled c ne pers I pa whic faly 1 h non .e1tOra du tes I te elor tu fore upn h remine h. Plt Gerg w hve st'nator ftur a I te n011 wi wth get r oToton hi peple. L h1 beinsimerellesaly non-attention . ' , " . ' . ! ¬ , ¬ ¬ . , " " . . , . " . ! ( & - . . ' , . , , , - - , - .