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Correspondence: 1900 April-May
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
 Material Information
Title: Correspondence: 1900 April-May
Series Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
Physical Description: Archival
Publication Date: 1900 April-May
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Box: 6
Folder: Correspondence: 1900 April-May
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
Politics and government -- Florida -- 1865-1950
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an Solicitor in sIuitt. Reems 403 and 405, Gardner Building,


Jacksonville, Florida, April 6, 1900.


Hon. Williaa S. Jennings,

Breeksville, Florida.

Dear Sir:

At the regular weekly meeting ef the Bryan Democratic Club ef this city, held en

the 5th instant, it was agreed by resolution unanimously adopted that thscClub *ebr

serve with appropriate ceremonies the anniversary ef the birth ef Thomas Jeffersen,en

the night of the I8th instant, and that yen, Hens. W. H. Milton, F. Myers, D. H.

Mays, J. D. Beggs and Wilk Call,candidates for the Democratic neminatien for Governer

ef Flerida,be invited te address the Club en the occasion.

The undersigned were appointed a committee te transmit te you the invitation ef

the Club and make all necessary arrangements in the premises. Promptly advise us of

your acceptance of this invitation te be a guest of the Bryan Club en the date named;

and we would assure you in advance efcerdial reception by' a large gaering of our

citizens te hear your address.

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AITORNWR AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Rooms 8, 9 AIN 10, KNIGHT BUILDING,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.


Apr. 7th, 1900.

Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Brooksville, Pla.

Dear Judge:-

I am in receipt of your favor of the 6th inst. and will say

in reply that I do not myself see how I can give the Duval--Lastinger

case very much attention until after our County Convention. I propose

to fight from now until the Convention for us to carry this County, and

I believe that we will win. We had the opposition badly beaten until

this poll tax pre-requisite was forced on us, and we are moving heaven

and earth to see that our men are qualified to vote. Sparkman is expect-

ed to return here on the 10th inst., but so far has not indicated what

he will do.

Yours very truly,

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April 9th,1900.
Hon. W, S. Jennings, Apri 9th900
Brootsville, Fla.
My dear Mr.Jennings;
S In acknowledging the teceipt of your letter of
the 6th inst in reference to the political situation with res-
pect to your'candidacy, beg to say that so far as I am advised
the condition in the West is unchanged Santa Rosa, Walton,
Iiolmes and Washington, have I believe, made no deals and are com-
mitted to no one I am, I believe in pretty close touch with
the leading men of these counties and feel sure that Mr.Milton's
friends have nothing, so far, to warrant them in claiming the
support of any or either of them.
I have received quite a good many voluntary and very grat-
ifying assurances of support for the position of Attorney-General
and now think it quite likely that my name will be placed-before
the Convention for this position. If my name should come before
the Convention, I would very much appreciate any influence in
my behalf that you or your friends might be able-to exert without
jeopardizing your own interests.
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in your candidacy for Governor. He says he may have introduced

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Hon.W.S.Jennings,

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Dear Sir:.
I guess that ere this time you have given out the idea of

receiving any answer to the letter that you wrote me some time ago,but

I have been waiting,thinking that I could give you a more satisfactory

than I could at once.

Our County Convention to nominate delegates to the State

Convention has been called for May the I7th.and the precint meetings

will be held on May the I2th.

I have been all over the county and into some of the precints

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leaders is for our delegates to go uninstructed and to divide the

vote with you Mess.Beggs and Meyers,but Lakeland is for you and I now

believe that hte delegates from there to the County Convention will

come here instructed or with the understanding to do all possible to

oarry Polk County solid for you. I think that if you could spare the

time and would come down here before the precint meetings you might do

some good.

I being a candidate it would not do for this letter to be

treated any other way than confidential and ask that you treat it as

such,and if I can be of any assistance to you I will gladly aid you

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April 26th. 1900.

Hon. W. S Jennings,

Brooksville, Fla.

My dear Judge:-

we have absolutely bee. doing nothing but running

politics during the month and are splendidly equipped for the work

that will come off tomorr w and tomorrow night. We will not know

the result here before Saturday morning.

Everything indicates that we will win a complete victory in this

County. If we win, as we have reasons to expect to, our delegation

will be uninstructed and will vote for the various candidates for

Governor in this District at first. The delegates will on the whole

be friendly to yourself and another prominent candidate for governor

in this district, and I do not think you will have the least cause

to fear the result.

Tye will send Mr. Shackleford to the County Convention frori the

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A .. L :;th 1900.

Hon. "'. Jena ins R,

rootEsvie, *FIlorida.

I just in recei't of your fa'vo' o the -.'7l :... t. .i. to

"ay in ...ly that I shall 'rite -. t letter, requested by

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you in tl:at iulty.

We held ou1 precinct netings in this ,'- n... ty tont yesterday and

it resu lt ed in mo r t cirushins .ofeat ,ri or '-.: :iht .o fol-

1-.. '. Si:oniton bet PeOr :. -1- in ilis own :eoinot : .' so Peter

.11 n .o ,b d'i (3l2. L ; e . O Inty onIV' ;:.ion : .hih ..'..t. next

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cP- ", an have voter in the i e ition froa. this C a-..-y, I

lo' to see t "e dele, tion livi. t'eon .. M'yres '"'th pos-

si a fe.w. -'.ea, at te . a, for ..es an tilton. however,

the strength of tl o -tioon "i, be with you ': 1 :'r,.'s an'i I

ho. -, at *he .~i .er ti-i, ;that the entire vote of our 1--legation,

can be oast for you. You r rL assu rred t hat I a '*ig c.1 shall

continue to do all in .:" power in this County, as elsewhere, to

S'I yoTur c-" .i..y. You 1 1 place C: : fe -- o ,ly whenever

you thini TI can serve you. I an .. y .'lad. to hear -of the ,o

-.. : from Lakr County,', but I ---.oted it I hope Voplusia will do

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whic! oh !'rs. Shp ford unite.s with rle, I re.ain.,

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April 30th. 1900.

Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Brooksville, Fla.

IMy dear Judge:-

I am in receipt of yaur t.V .favors of 28th inst. in

reference to the situation in this Countyand will say in reply that I

have been watching out for the point suggested by you very carefully

and am not afraid at all of the opposition getting control of the

delegation. We are to icave a delegation committed to no one but a

large majority of them our close personal and political fr$inds that

have stood together for years in this city and will stand together

in the qtate convention regardless of any personal preferences they

may have.

We will certainly send Mr. Macfarlane to the gtate Convention. Mr.

Shackleford is very anxious to go but there is such a rush for places

on the delegation that it is doubtful whether we will be able to

take care of him, but if we are unable to send him you need not take

it as an indication that you are not properly taken care of; in fact,

in your own interest it might be better for him not to be on the

delegation, but this I say to you confidentially. He is undoubtedly

loyal to you but some of our other men might not be so if he were

there.

w;e have decided not to give the opposition any recognition at

all in either the State or Congressional reelegations.
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Apr. 2nd, 1900.


Hon. W. S. Jenni'gs,

Brooksville, Pla.

Dear Judge:-


I wrote you ,3omn days ago in reference to the report that

Ir. Lastinger was violating the injunction in the case of Duval against

Lastinger, but have heard nothing from you in regard to it. Please let

me k-LIcw whether or not he is doing so, if you feel it is cosistent

with your position as his attorney.

I see that your friend McTTaq n has co.n- out for ;7yc? for Governor,

and this but verifies his true position in regard to th! matter as I

told you some months ago.

Our Executive Committee has just met a~n- placed a restriction of

the payment of two poll tqxes on all democrats, to be paid before the

17th of April, before they will be permitted to partici-nate in nr .]inct

:netings. This is the first time that this has ever been reaoiired in

*k a precinct meetin- in this County, and shows to what desperate meas-

ur-s the opposition finds it necessary to resort. We expect, however,

to win, as the people are certainly with us.

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Jac!"sonville,Fla. April 6th, 1900.



Hon.i W S. Jennings,

Brooksville, Flas

Dear Sir:

In obedience to a resolution of the Bryan Democratic Club of

Duval County, adopted April 5th, 1900, an invitation was e-:tended

to you to ad.d.ress the Club on the occasion of the Anniversa-ry of

the birth-day of Thomas Jeff.sron, April 13th, at 8 o'clock P.M.

An early acceptance will be arpreciated by the Clubi

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Hon. W. S. Jensings,

Brooksville, Fla.

My dear sir:-

Yours of the 6th inst. received, and I assure you that I am at a

loss to answer the sime, because I would like very much to be able

to give you definSte information as to the political condition in

this county. We as yet have no idea as to who will be the delegates,

otherwise we could very sson find out how they stood, but my candid

opinion is that our delegation will not be instructed as a unit, and

that the eight votes will be divided between Myers, Beggs and your-

self. You all have personal friends in this county who would like

to see each fill the Governor's chair. The Committee has not yet

decided on a day to hold our convention, but will probably have a

meeting in a few days and issue a call. I remain,

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Hon. T. S. Jeinnings.
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tri Dear Si r:-
SIhern I explain tnat for several days past I have b en out
in ti-e noods, I trust that ill oe dsu rficient to excuse. my awnarant dis-
courtesy in not sooner renl'ring -n ,nour est T=mei favor of re.:' nt a.te,
She re in you aivise me of 'ou.lr intention to offer m3 the position of Pri-
vate secret rv, should 'rou be nominated ian elected Governor of Florida.
It wo'ul'-I se'n unnace0-srTr' to ass'sur? you hov mu'.h I a-nreoite tnis
mark of your confidence anI est em; vo'j know that I 1 -nreeci te it to the
fullest extent. I only regret that circumstances are not such that I can
accept your kindl-, overtures. The motive that actuate- me in making this
decision are very easil'r told:- From I financial noint of view, I could
not afford it. [ think th nlace is vnrth some 21?00.0 ner annuimi, mnd
practically all of that wo'.vold be exhausted in living at. the Canital. I am
m kin consiie rabl;7 'more than that ever' "ear, uinier present ".ndii ons,
st.yin at home and the orobabilit ies ar th-a.t mv income ,will increase,
rather than diminish. Again, i t w'ouli in".)lve either the absolute oreakirnz
up.of my very pleasant home, or le~itng my family nere while I went to
Tallanassee and v..jill be jeorived of tl noleasure of their society. This,
I think, is sufficient to shov you tlhat it would not best for me.
As to "r,7 candidacv for tlie Senate:- hn nrobaoilites are that I vill
make ti. race, though it is not yet fi11'; determined ,]'on.It will l.vwars
afford me -reat nleasur0 to ail you In .an', ~v' th. t I can, and I trust 11i.1i
gill not hesitate to call u 'on e at any and all tim-s.A.ain thankin-- ';ou
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you. in obrson, I am with kind re'ardi,
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April 9, 1900.



PTon. w. c. Jennings,

Brooksvil le, Fla.

My dear Jennings,

I have yours of the 6th inst., and in reply beg

to say that I expect to be in Tampa the last of this week and the

first of next, and would be pleased to see you there. If any-

thing should turn up to prevent my getting away at that time, I

will write you.

I see things are warming up all over the State, and pre-

sume they will continue that way until the conventions are over.

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OFFICE OF
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
COMMERCIAL LAW AND COLLECTIONS
A SPECIALTY.
Inverness, Fla., April, 16th., 1900.

Hon. W.S. Jennings,

Brooksville, Fla.

Dear Sir:-

Mr. J. 0. Priest has just handed me a communication to him

from Wiley Goodman in which Goodman states that he accepts a propo-

sition made by you on Mr. Priests' behalf for the adjudication of the

mortgage held by Priest on Goodman's land, as neither Mr, Priest nor

myself are acquainted with the terms of said proposition we would be

very greatly obliged to you for enlightment on the subject:

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Brooksvi lle, Fla.April 18-1900

Hori. W. S. Jeraiiags,

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Ferm No. 4 '

THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELEGRAPH CO.
THOS. T. CKERT, General Manager. NORVIN GREEN, Preeldemn
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I4I~flT INIE SAQE.

ALL NIGHT MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

The Tntcin ,l- i l Ocean T':le.rajpiI CoMTpan,- \ill i-c:I m.: m -cs u -, b.e :nt dirin the nih-l-, fI.r
delivery ri..t c ri Hwr thin the in. n nrr 'it tlI.. ni.t en iuinrg l ii-ilne.N s A '.,i', ar r.:'l :.:.l r t., b in n .. .
I:-r less than t '. :nt I-fI r cent- i.-lls I A.r .t -.n I. mesn-j e. "
To guard .'gint mi-r .ji:;.:s r delays, the s. ii,. r 1f a Iii: -sav'e shi..uld ordrr it REPF .\_ED i: lhir -;,
telegraphed back to tlhe .i'n g -in. l .g clII-r for .* *ni1 'i :.: I:-..,r r.li, -:,ne-htlf the rreular ite is. c(l d
in addition. It is agreed between the se.l. r if i l-. tll.- .',.:ii. rnz. andl ii- Lmpany, ii.t aidi
Company shall not be lii.,l.:- f..r m istakei. c.r ..I.L ,l in th ti-ran. iTi-- .n .r (cl r.-i ,., or l...r n. n-
delivery of any UNRPEATED message, 1t,. *i.' [li. ar._-,,o .. '.., .1 ii : r S:- l ln.- 11 t .aiine: n r i-r
m mistakes or delays in i l...n i i. ..r I. i 'li :, ,.r t.r n.. -.-l-. t cl : aty 1.11 i '1.T rn sa e l .ondl
ten tim es the sum rec. -i c t .r .- i. -. .,-, ul s!. i- 1lly iln i.ir-:l, n...r in an' cias- t r *t I s
arising from unavoidalh-: iin'.-rr it 1:i. i. i i, ; ls...- ...r t:.r err.o.rs in ciph -r or h-.:n r.re
Trr,--... .. A nd this C -.n'm p .tn' i h .-- 1 n"i :- .: l ,. t f t[i : n:li: r, ithi.ut liabilt,', to t. r\a .i i y
m message r .:r tle lines .1 an Iln. r 1. i. nI -n 'i n I .: sa to. r each its de tintii-in.
Correctness in the ir in-rrni.-i..n ,.f' i -. -I t. i -. .inr i-.n litr linr~s a thi C.,impanyC can t". i.'::,_F'
by contract in n riti'n2. st r in. aiur:i-il .in., ,i r i I ...K. ,ir.1i [i-,i na t '-. p[rem iium there. n, r tli. follo:.i iT t(
rates, in .t-i:lui, -.n to the i..i.ial[ clhar- e f i lat- ..l ni r .,--i-e \ii -,n per i- r cent t...r an; ditinancei n.-t '- ._, .l- -
inlg i,o. rm il'- s, and tw"' ,.' r Ic i. t"i.. t r a i r .iL,:r- it n' N I-np' *e t thie i:i i n, i th i
to vary the t**.: .: '. in-.4
o .-pi.n-it-ility r:',ar..lir-n m essage.s .ta,_;.i to tlhi-, Cu.mr any un', til theil i ar' l .r .-ri' -. :,n. i
a, .i:_r ., .l at ',n : o ii- t ian r m ittii n ...i' :- : a t if a m'-...i e i. "-n t to i- h 'a i ri .:e b, ii' .- .* it,' (. -.,]ii.j ',
m e rn -i 11i act. .. riLt pu ',, ,-r t- t e ti r t ..f their' n..1 r.
bl,-j- :i \i -l! be d i': -rr..I ] -r- \t lth n the c.stat:il .hr-..I free dIliv'erv lim it; ot tlhe t':- o ini l .'-I :.. E
delivery at a gr.ite, li.-tan..tv, a spi-.: ;il (.larE-: \'.-ill le n i- tP, c~in tie c t ~i Ii d,- cl .c .
The Compiany,' wiil nr" ,t b In liable frr diriag-'s u tr s itt lru'y i.rinalties in .i: i t .. \v hit-:i: thi- < ii.ti
not prc-entrd in v writing w"thln tintr. days alticr the rnr..saige is filed '-tIl tl- Cfeipany' oI. trn.a-in-.ion.
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THOS. T. ECKERT, General Manager.


NORVIN GREEN, President;.





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THE INTER
THOS. r. ECKERT, General Manager.


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GE GRAPH CO.
/ NORVIN GREEN, Presidel
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NTIGfHT 1IESSAOGE.

ALL NIGHT MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

Tli.. Inr .:lin i'n.l O. :i an Tlegraph C. 'ripanr;, n ll i e, : m :ssa :, [..i bre :nt during h th e nli. 1,r
,-T liv. y not earlrr t hai the l 1 .'ni, ng t I- n t CnSi'Ig -i sinr-s daL,' at. ,', atb r':,ul,-d rate-, ut in no> -7.:-
-or" 1-- thi n t'..ent-l.v- e cents Lll-ii, i ..r ia i., j i m. g' .
T. guard a tiz.nri mntl :k.:.,rs lr oil -, I a -.i.-r o a mrs-sage shull:l: cird.-r it REPEATED T; t Iat i,
rt..l ..r: ip. ld b l 1. r th. i..ni inatin ..; e1 .." (1 ..,.,iiri- .f n Fo-ir till-, iion--hilf the rlg' ilar ri r te is chilr- ed
in aJ'd.liti It is azrci-i -ol .tl i n tl' _. i r tili f[il'e. 1i nml-- 'it4e anl thii. C(.in pany, li'at ajid
C('.m paiy hlall n..t !:'eI ll t.r m ,.ta!.. ... c .. ._ ; iii tli. tr nii 'I iio:n or c eli.e ,r:. :, r r n.:,n-
'd ci c r .t ; ii .i L .i ii LU I .i .- I l : I larnoiiint ',- -I d I r sending thie s.'ri e : ii,:r for
r- -.stai (.r dL,'i's in LIih t'.n i i. *i' I ,.r .r i, n...n h-,l>l A -1 arl', r LI-L D ni' ,Ca'i- h.e' r-]n
t n L :- t' -' im i <-: :l I..r I. 1 i. .i r,. ,. .Illyi insured, nor in an (i-:.' l. r d,' li
ari- i fo olr:,- "n i;l.i ld, ini ii;t 1i v .tf ir- ln'es, .r f-..r trr,.rs in cipher rr lr.I...ure
mn s -.. A nd ll is C. -ri pan is ht, .- in" A _,- ,. th -.e ,n'.l r V ith:iUt liabi lit', to fr..t ard any
mr es.. ,, ,..- r the l .i.s ,:.f i i., oiI. r I(. .iiL ... ii n -r. .s.*ir', to r.ach its destination.
C,,rre-,. i;'ss in [li transm-iisi. f an m -., i pi.nt o'n the ir sL-s O this Company can bi .-e w:-i )
by conti..-i:t in wnritin-. eating agQ -'e i "'inli, t r- ., ndl p iaymn E[ of prr nllitim tlere-n, at the fll- in.
ratr-, in j.Ilitiin to ti' us u. ch Char r f..r repe.:cate-d mi s.:..42e niz, .-ne l.r cent ft.r anv distance n-.t ,e:x. .'J-
i ,- ,.: m' l.-', and: t .'':lr .ii. for a i," gr'-at.-r dli Ain' -. No) m-nploy:ve o:'f t Comp ',any 1i auLithl:n ri
to ,. 1. lr- t .1,e .in,4.
i ,i -i*i-,' *.nai.il, i r-. ;ag.I i mn- .a s alta hiss to- this C,(-', l.,an until th'e s iame are l. :.n ,...l a. l.
ac.L" ii.- at o'no ,1 o h t' crinhlittinL; o(fit.r: ; at l it ia in".'. a L--3 i' -cnt tl:) uit'l i '" ,\ C -r l-'t" le C :,in 1 ,- .iii',f t
mc:s l. s '1.: i, h' I aD'Ots 5lr that -i..r rp:.. .-a the g int of the -t:,in'-ii .
M .1.. 1i,:, will Lbe- rlelivire..I tr,',-e within trh. e-Atibhli- l tice deliver', lim its of the te'rm irii l l i F..r
delivery a:t a gr'- et disiarn -e, a -pecikal charge will le m:ulce tii, .iv r the L i..f h delir. cq.
The Company \.ill niot be liibic for t larnages or stat t.r' i pcnaltis irl u,-' <.i.c \'. her the i Lnn i-,
not presented in wvriring vi irhin thirty, d.lays after thc me.nsagr, is iled ;. i lh thl. Company:, fl r raiinsnii.. .'i.


THOS. T. ECKERT, General Manager.,


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NIIEGrfX"T IAESSJLGLGEX.
THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELEGRAPH CO.
T SOS. T. ECKERT, General Manager. -,--/ 1ORVIN GREEN, President.


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ALL NIGHT .MESSAGES TAKEN. BY THIS COMPANY AEE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
The International Ocean'Tele.ai' Company will receive messages, to be sent during the night, f'.r
delivery not earlier than the morning oR the next ensuing business day, at reduced rates, but in no case
for-less than twenty-five cents tolls for a single message.
STo guard against'mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it REPEATED ; that is, *.
telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate is-charged .
in addition. It is agreed between the sender of the following message and this Company, that said
Company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-
delivery of any UNREPEATLD message, beyond the..amount received for sending the same; nor for
mistakes or delays in the transmission or. delivery, or for non-delivery of any kEPEATED message beyond
ten times the sum received for sending the same, unless specially insured, nor in any case for delays
arising from unavoidable interruption in the working of its lines, or for errors in cipher or obscure
messages. And this Company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward any
message oyer the lines of any other Company when necessary to reach its destination.
Correc ess in the transmission of a message to any point on the lines ofthis Company can be INSURED
by contract w-riting, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon, at-;he following
rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed-
ing icoo miles, and two per cent. for any greater distance. No employee of the Company is authorized
to vary the foregoing.
No responsibility regarding messages attaches to this Company until the same are presented and
accepted at one of its transmitting offices and if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's
messengers, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender.
Messages will be delivered free within the established free delivery limits of the terminal office. For
delivery at a greater distance, a special charge will be made to cover the cost of such delivery.
The Company will not be liable for damages or statutory penalties in any case where the claim is
not presented in writing within thirty days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.


THOS. .T. ECKERT, General Manager.


PNORVIN GREEN, President.





e rn v -T Ko1d-
lei;carefully the present pQticalt u-
ation of Florfia, and the fitne. "of the
several gi ubernatbral candidates 'to
handle the reins of government for the
S.next f6ur years, and talAfeverything.
into .consideraign w Uklieve 'that
'Judge' W. S. JBfWugs is the man .for
the place. He iL'in closer touch with
the people than any of the other candj.
'dates, and 'will come nearer caIrying;
oout their.wishes. Believing this to be.
Sa Iaot,' The Nevs wil.. ivedittssuppd r
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April 30, 1900.


Ton. W. 7. Jenn$ngs,

Brooksville, Fla.

My dear Jennings,

I have yours of the 26th instant, and note what you say in

regard to the chairmanship of the State Conventi6n, but on due re-

flection, I have thought best not to undertake the fight for that

position. I fear that. I might arouse some antagonisms that might

do an injury. This conclusion, however, is not final, but I sug-

gest in the meantime that you look around for some one else. I

should be very glad to serve my friends, but think I had better

keep out.

By the way, when does your senatorial convention meet? Any

information you can give me as to the outlook for a senator from

that district will be appreciated.

Yours very truly,

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