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Good Q d Qoveranrient o OovernnentJ ierr tJ Honesty in Public Pbllc Office Equal Equal Justice ut to All 1I Special S lal Privileges Pr PrivilegesV 0 I V f 0 o No None NoneL nar e eL yk
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Item of Interest from froatlle the Varioma VariomaState Varlo VarloState VarloiState
State Departments DepartmentsEXECUTIVE DeputaetIEX
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In consequence of certain disagree disagreements disagreements d dmenu
ments between officials in charge e of o the
Hospital for the Insane at Chattahoochaa Chattahoo Chattahoochoe C1 attahoochooGovernor
choe chooGovernor Governor Broward on Monday Mondayconvened Mondayconvened Mondayconvened
convened the Board of State Institu Institutions Institutions Institutions ¬
tions and after duo consideration the
following resolutions were adopted adoptedResolved adoptedResolved adoptedResolved
Resolved That it is the sense of this
board that the best interests of the in institution institution inatitution ¬
stitution will be subserved subseT ed by the re teirement retirement relirement
lirement of bdth b th the present superin superintendent Bu superintendent rin rintendent ¬
tendent and the physician of the Hos Hospital Hospital ¬
pital for thof thejlnsane Insane at Chattahoochee Chattohoocheetherefore Chattahoocheetherefore Chattahoocheetherefore
therefore thereforeResolved thereforeResolv thereforeResolved
Resolved d That both superintendent superintendentand
and physician be notified that theirresignations their theirresignations therreslgIations
resignations are requested to take ef offect effect effect ¬
fect immediately immedia ly upon u n the arrival ani val atChattahoochee at atChattahoochee atChattahoochceof
Chattahoochee or of their successors to be beappointed beappoin beappointed
appointed appoin by this board boardOn boardUn boardOn
On motion Capt B F Whitner was waselected waselected waselected
elected Superintendent of the Florida FloridaHospital FloridaHosEital FloridaHospital
Hospital HosEital for the Insane and Dr R L LGoodbread LGoo LGoodbread
Goodbread Goo bread of Mayo was elected physi physician physidan physiian ¬
dan in chargeThe charge chargeThe chargeThe
The following resolution was also alsot
t doted dontedWhereas d dotedWhereas > i1ted i1tedWhereas
Whereas in view of the large and in increasing increasing increasing ¬
creasing number of patients at the Hos Hospital Hospital Hospital ¬
pital for the Insane needing medical medicaluttention medicali4ttention medicalattention
attention it is considered best that twophysicians two twophysicians twophysicians
physicians be employed therefore thereforeResolved thereforeHesolvcd thereforeResolved
Resolved That hereafter two physi physicians physicians physicians ¬
cians will i be be e employed One shall be beknown beknown beknown
known as physician and the other as asassistant asassistant asassistant
assistant physician phsiclanThesalary The salary of thephysician the thephysician thephysician
physician Is i s fixed ed at 1800 per annum annumand annumand annumand
and the salary of the assistant physi physician physidan physician ¬
cian is fixed at 1500 per annum annumOn annum annumOn
On motion Dr James H Randolph Randolphof
of Tallahassee was elected assistant assistantphysician Bssistointphysician l ssiat3ntphysician
physician physicianCivil
I Civil ApJointmentsJustices Appointments Justices of the thePeace thePeace thePeace
Peace J H Butler Romeo fifth dis district distrlct district ¬
trict Marion county cOUQtyT T J Hill Mait Maitn Maitthird Maitthird
n third district Orange county countyHarbormaster countyarbormaster countyareormaster
Harbormaster Key West E E Ingra Ingraham Ingraham
ham hamNotaries I
Notaries Public State at Large LargeH LargeHL H HL HL
L Knight J JD D McLendon W G GPowell GPowelllnH GPowell
Powell PowelllnH H E Bowden W P Gifford GiffordJ
J W Walker R W Bennett Bennett Jackson Jacksonville Jcksonv1l1e Jacksonville ¬
ville L R Grimes E M7Hendryt3 M7Hendryt3E M 1 11cnd1 endryC endryCE c cE
E Ball Tampa J T Stokes R R RJones RJones RJones
Jones BalliTampa LaCrosse LaCrosse J Henderson West WestTampa WestTampa WestPampa
Tampa W J Jarvii Lovett M A ALewis ALewIs ALewis
Lewis Jennings C E Spencer Dade DadeCity DadeitY DadeCity
City itY J D Gods G03BWJ J Whiting Hyer HyerjPen HyerjPensaco Pen Pensacola Pensacola ¬
sacola saco a W B Wilder ilder Salem J L LPherigo LPherigot LPherigo
Pherigo Miami MiamL I A Stewart De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land S Y Way Orlando D W Wwear Wweat Wweat
weat Fort Fort Meade Mrs Ruby W WTrammell WTrammell WTrammell
Trammell Tallahassee J E Barnes BarnesLake BarnesL1ke BarnesLake
The following letters patent have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been issued during the week weekMadison weekMadison weekMadison
Madison Cotton Ginning CompanyMadison Company CompanyMadison CompanyMadison
Madison 12000 to gin buy sell etc etccotton etccotton etccotton
cotton transact warehouse business businessand
and deal in general merchandise etcIncorporatora etc etcIncorporators etcIncorporawra
Incorporators J D Taylor John Malloch Mal Mailoch Malloch
loch Savannah Ga B B McCallMaaison McCall McCallMaaison McCallMa1isan
MaaisonPeninsular Maaison MaaisonPeninsular Ma1isanPeninsular
Peninsular Pebble Phosphate Company Com Company Comany ¬
pany > any Bartow 300000 mining dealing dealingm
m exporting etc phosphate etc In Incorporators Incorporators Incorporators ¬
corporators C G Memminger H E EMemmmger EMemmmger EMemminger
Memmmger Lakeland E 0 Stuart Stuartliartow StuartBartow StuartBartow
Bartow liartowSpencer BartowSpencer BartowSpencer
Spencer Oil Gas Burner Company CompanyJacksonville CompanyJacksonville CompanyJacksonville
Jacksonville 500000 to manufacture manufactureoil
oil burners etc Officers Ely ElySpencer ElySpencerpresident Spencerpresident Spencer Spencerpresident
president E M MFetting Petting vice presi president prestent president ¬
dent Frank Nooney becratary and andtreasurer andtreasurer andtreasurer
treasurer W S Barnett W M Bost Bostwick Bostwick Boatwick
wick Jr directors directorsDEPARTMENT directorsDEPARTMENT directorsDEPARTMENT
r Ij V j The Comptroller has distributed thefunds the thefurtds thefuMs
funds arising from the sale and redemp redemption redemption ¬
tion of tax sale certificates for themonth the themonth themonth
month of October 1904 as followsCounty follows followsCounty followsI
I County CountyAUchua Amount AmountBrcvard AmounLAlachua AmountAachua
AUchua AUchuaBaker s f67 f67lJaker 68mIfaker
Baker 15 510 510BndfoId 10 10Dradford
114 d 03 03Br4vard 3 3IJrcvaro
Dradford tk
BndfoId ree f s T rr
Brcvard BrcvardCalhoun T1 61 61Calhoun 1 1Calhoun
Calhoun CalhounClay 2J8 23817 23817Clay 041 041Clay
Clay I6 166 166Coumbla 6 6Coumbia
Coumbia ClayCoumbia It 873 873Vade 8 73 73DeSoto
Uade UadeDeSoto L 1143 1143DeSoto
DeSoto DeSotoDaval 5 L IIn 10719 10719Dava1 049 049DlvaJ
Daval DavalKscambU 624 00 00Kgeambla 00lracambia
KscambU KscambUFranklin a 1 11J 00 00Franklin 90Franklin
Franklin FranklinGoi + 4 18 18Ga1aden 60 60Monroe
Goi Maude den denMonroe rt J1 t V M MMonroc
Monroe MonroeHIHiboro MonroeMaude 0 221 92 92HIlIbarO
HIHiboro IllitabotoJetreraoa aa + 2T8 2S 2SJeftel8O
Jeftel8O E w 1000Lafayette 1000 1000Lafayette
Lafayette 1 iO iOLake
is isLeon
Lake Jo 01 01Lee
Lee 4 18 sn snLeon
14 M MLevy 64399666
Leon O
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Levy 399666 11212 11212Marion
Marion ngoner 59688 as asMonroe
395 88 88IK 8 8Nu
Monroe h
1f t 2 2Orange
Nu a 1 IK Iii 82 82Waltoa 1120ranIire
Orange s 1AIoo 43b l9 l9PPIn 1 1Osceola
Osceola 186 186Peo
PPIn PoIlc Peo u31 u31J 1J5n 1J5nPoIlc lGl lGlPutnam
Putnam 16221 162218antA 163 0 0iwanI
Manta noa a1e a1etar
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io1UAla 1 1akuU 11954 11954wahinttou
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Waltoa WaltoaJffiRSSom 0 J n nWhtJCtO
JffiRSSom WhtJCtO Stale Trtaaunr Ucctate3 u larStte sUuin j 51t0 w wMIUTAY 101 101K1LiT 811 811Stale 619Stste at atMILiTA
K1LiT MIUTAY iYDEP DEPARTMENT IYDEAn1MENTAdjutantGencr6it DEPARTMENTAdjutantgeneral tmlfr tmlfrAdjutan
Adjutantgeneral Adjutan er i Foster isiabaent isi blent on onan on onan 1 1an
an inspection t tour ur in South Florida Flori
Capt t IF C k Brossier of of je ey West Weetbaa Westhas VOltbeen
has been commissioned c colonel y4 of o the theSecond thed theSecond
Second d regiment F S r vice viceCOlonel viceCOlonelBradah ColonelBradehAw Colonel ColonelBradohw
Bradohw w resIi resigned ned ed The new colonel colonelhas olonelbeen
has been in service lce about sixteen 8ix years yearegrid Y yearsand jI jIIU
and IU Is 3 highly esteemed throughout the thecorps theCOlJlS thecorl
corps + s
In order to accommodate oJrmodate the repre representatives rep1Csentatives representatives ¬
sentatives of the railroad companies theCommission the theCommission theCommtsaion
Commission at their request r haspost haspostponed has post postponed postponed ¬
poned the theheanng hearing set down for March
23 to consider changes in Classification ClassificationNo
No No1 1 and Class P freight rate tariff tarifffrom tarifffrom tarifffrom
from that date to March MarchAmong 27 27Among 274anong
Among the weU known Floridians Floridianswho Floridianswho
who have registered at the New Leon Leonthis Leonthis Leonthis
this week are Messrs Knowles Hyer Hyerof
of the firm of Knowles s Bros general generalagents generaigents generalagents
agents of the Equitable Pensacola PensacolaJ
J W Adams Adamsl Sanford H L Coving Covington
ton Pensacola Il E C Love Lo ek Geo DMunroe DMunroo D DMunroe
Munroe and W lb vv M Corry Quincy t uin y R RP RP RP
P Williams T E Johnson and W H HWoodward HWoodward HWoodward
Woodward Pensacola Mr and Mrs MrsU MrsU
U M Wright Apalachicola 0 i B BBurroughs BBurrouEhs BBurrou
Burroughs Burrou hs Jacksonville Q G McCor McCormick McCormick McCormick
mick lake Lake City O T Green Ocala Ocalaand Ocalaand Ocalaand
and t Geo eo M Robbins R b bhins ins Titusville TitusvilleChurch TituavilleChurch lltusvilleChvcb
Church Notice NotleetTrinity HotlceTrinity NoticeTrinity
Trinity M E Church South Sunday
March 19 Sunday School 930 a m C CH CH CH
H Dickenson superintendent superintendentPreaching superintendentPreaching superintendentPreaching
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a m mSubject mSubject mSubject
Subject The Rivalry Rhtalrv Between the theWorld theWorld theWorld
World and the Church Church1Epworth Chur ChurchEpworth h t1
Epworth League Jr 815 p m mEpworth mworth mEpworth
Epworth worth League Sr 845 p m mPreaching mPreaching
Preaching by pastor at 780 p m mSuitable mSuitable mSuitable I
Suitable music will be rendered at all allservices allservices allservices
services servicesThe servicesThe servicesThe
The public Public is cordially invited to at attend attend attend ¬
tend all al services servicesFirst servicesFirst servicesFirst
First Baptist Church ChurchLords Lords Day
March 19 Services at 11 a m The Thesermon Thesermon Thesermon
sermon theme will be The Responsi Responsibility Responsibility Responsibility ¬
bility of Choice ChoiceBible ChoiceBible ChoiceBible
Bible school at 10 a m Classes for forall forall forall
all ages of pupils A good teacher for foreach forea foreach
each ea h class classJunior classJunior classJunior
Junior Baptist Union at 3 p m Miss MissGrace MissGrace MissGrace
Grace Cramer superintendent Sub Subject Subject Subject ¬
ject An Important Question QuestionSenior QuestionSenior QuestionSenior
Senior B Y P U at 645 p m mSubject mSubject mSubject
Subject Glorifying God in Our Daily
Work WorkA
A most cordial invitation is extended extendedto
to all altpersons persons to come come and worship with withus
us Strangers Strangers will be especially wel welcomed welcomed welcomed ¬
comed comedServices comedServices
Services at St Johns every every v Sunday
Holy communion at 780 1 a m morning morningtjervlde morninserVf morningvervlce
tjervlde serVf e with communion on the first firstSunday firstSunday firstSunday
Sunday in the month at 1100 oclock oclockEvening oclockEvening oclockEvening
Evening service at 730 oclock Guild Guildmeets Guildmeets Guildmeets
meets on second Sunday in the month monthafter monthafrer monthafter
after morning service and for business businesson
on the first Wednesday of the month inthe in inthe inthe
the afternoon The Womans Auxiliary Auxiliarymeets Auxl1iarymeets Auxiliarymeets
meets on the first Monday of the month monthin
in the afternoon Literary every Fri Friday Priday Friday ¬
day afternoon except during Lint Lintwhen Lntwlien Lentwhen
when the hour is 730 oclock oclockLenten ocl oclockLenten < tck tckLenten
Lenten services Prayer every ever after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon except Wednesday W ednesd y and Friday at
430 Celebration Celebration of Holy Communion Communionevery Communionevery Communionevery
every Wednesday at 12 m Litany Litanyevery Llhnyeve Lltsn Lltsnevery
every eve Friday at 12 m Evening prayer prayeron prayer prayeron
on Fridays at 730 p m Celebrations Celebrationsas
as usual every Sunday durin during Lent LentPresident LentPresident LentPresident
President Roosevelt recently made it itknown itknewn itknown
known to certain Georgii Geo h Congressmen Congressmenthat Co gresamen gresamenthat
that he would ba glad to off offer jr r to the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow pf General John B Gordon a agovernment agovernment agovernment
government appointment if she was dis disposed dised diaposed ¬
posed ed to accept it The Atlanta News Newsthus Newsthus Newsthus
thus comments on thj th incident incidentThere incidentThere incidentThere
There was a delicate sbicitudo 8 icitudo on the thepart thepart thepart
part of President Roosevelt in the infor informal informal infermel ¬
mal Inquiries he made m de of southern gentlemen gen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
tlemen in Congress whether the circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances in which Mrs John J B Gordon Gordonhad Gordonhad Gordonhad
had been left by her distinguished hus husband husband husbandwereauch ¬
band bandwereauch were such as to make an executive executiveappointment executiveappointment executiveappointment
appointment acceptable It was a spon spontaneous spontaneous spontaneous ¬
taneous evidence of regard which was wasfully wasfully wasfully
fully appreciated by the family but the thegentlemen thegentlemen thegentlemen
gentlemen of whom these inquiries were weremade wereMade weremade
made knowing Mrs Gordons circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances were able to inform the Presi President Prcsident PresIdent ¬
dent that fortunately she was not in inneed inneed inneed
need of such an appointment Aside Asidefrom Asidefrom Asidefrom
from her own competency comp tency the widow widowof
of the beloved general has a homo with withher withher withher
her own devoted children ever at her hercommand hercommand hercommand
command so there could be no occasion occasionfor
for her to entertain the thought of ac accepting aceptlng acscepting ¬
cepting such an appointment nor for forany forany forany
any member of the family since thesuggestion the thesuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion bad been entirely informal informalto
to even enter into correspondence corr J > 4ndence in re regard regard regard ¬
gard to the matter The incident went wentno
no further than an evidence on the part partof partof
of the President of the high esteem in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he held one of the knightlicst knightlicstgentlemen knightlieatgentlemen knighthestgentlemen
gentlemen and bravest soldiers soldi rs of the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil civilIt war warIt warIt
It is announced by the Navy Depart Department Deparlment Departmerit ¬
ment at Pensacola that the combined combinedNorth combinedNorth combinedNorth
North Atlantic fleet will reach Pensa Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola ¬
cola Tiot later than the 29th of the theresent thepresent thepresent
present resent month and will remain there thereor therefor therefor
for or about two months during which whichtime whichtime whichtime
time the vessels will engage in record recordtarget recordtarget recordtarget
target practice The fleet will be com composed com1JOfiOO cornposed ¬
posed of thirty or more vessels but of ofUWa ofthis
this number a large number of them themwill themwill themwill
will engage in practice in St Josephs JosephsBay JosephBay JosephsBay
Bay This point is Iaolatedand isolated and in ad addition 00ditto addition ¬
dition the vessels do not encounter ncounterthe ncountertherQOgh the therotigh therough
rough weather that b l met with in the theopen theopen theopen
open Gulf where the practice was held heldl heldJUt heldlast
JUt l t year All of those that will go to t0St t tt toSt
St t Josephs ephB Bay will wlllbe be of thosmaller thosmallerelate tho smaller
eLlanad elate such as small cruisers and gun gunI
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By B S B L Bos ltdss tip T1mlI Timestfaion TimestfaionTaleatetf tJDtoD tJDtoDTalead JnloaTaleatetl
Taleatetf Talead 1 Sker S 1 rt TalKs Tai TaiEverybodv lf lfEverybodyho HIUSU HIUSUEverybody
Everybody Everybodyho whtf knows John JohnG G Cot ¬
lins llnaand and wjto wtOd dries csnotwiU not will be glad to tosee tosee toace
see him back in the newspaper Ti ranks ranksand rhksand ranksand
and on his feet with a paper of hisownThe hisownThe his hisown
own ownThe The True Democrat D mocrat No man in
the business b stness is better better known or better
liked by the newspaper nC1W8 per fraternity fraternltthroughout
throughout the tbeSta State For many years yearsJohn yearsJohn yearsJohn
John ran the old Tallahasseean andfor and andfor andfor
for much of this time he was also State Stateprinter Stateprinter Stateprinter
printer In that capacity he was wasbr wasbrought
brought br u ht into contact not only with the thepublic thepubhe thepublic
public men of oftb the State Stateartd and political politicalpush polftiealpush politicalpush
push generally but with the newspaperpeople newspaper newspaperpeople newspaperpeo
people peo lewho who during during the sessions of the theL theLe
Legislature L Le glSl turo found the h a old Tallahasseean Tallahasseeanoffice an anoffice
office a very convenient hangout hangoutThat hangoutThat hangoutThat
That old office has seen some picturesque pictur picturesque picturesquescenes ¬
esque esquescenes scenes and during the rush was wasoften wasoftenUwidcopen wasoften
often oftenUwidcopen wideopen until broad daylight
Keeping up with the House and Senate cnate
the journals during the closing weeks of ofthe
the session when three sessions a day dayare dayare dayare
are often held is by no means an easy
job It is the sort sortof of thing that thatkeepB thatkeepBrinters thatkeepsprinters keeps keepsprinters
printers rinters devils proofreaders and andmakeups andmakeups andmakeups
makeups on the jump In those thosedim thosedim thosedim
dim dead old days many a wornout wornoutnewspaper wornoutnewspaper wornoutnewspaper
newspaper slave quit work worlconly only to todrop todrop todrop
drop down exhausted on the nearest nearestpile nearestpile nearestpile
pile of paper and more than one placid placidprosperous placidprosperous placidprosperous
prosperous Leon county planter drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping into The Tallahasseean Tall hasseean office oroco to topay topay topay
pay his subscription early in the morn morning mornmg morn1ng ¬
ing has had his ideas of the newspaper newspaperbusiness newspaperbusincs9 newspaperbusiness
business considerably enlarged by find finding finding finding ¬
ing himself confronted by half a dozen dozensleeping rtozensleeping dozensleeping
sleeping typographical beauties beautiesIt
It is a fact well known to all practi practiteal practltal practitial
teal newspaper workers w war rcers that if yon yonwant YOIwant yonwant
want to size up the editorial end of thr thrmachine thrmachine thrmachine
machine you must go to the composing composingroom
room You can fool the boss but you youcant youcant youcant
cant fool the printers Tnoy set actthe setthe setthe
the copy and they know Who writes writesit
it and who is really doing the work on onthe onthe onthe
the paper Keen judges not only of ofliterary ofliterary ofliterary
literary style and merit but of men menand menand menand
and methods their good opinion is well wellworth wellworth wellworth
worth having and it must be set down downto
to the everlasting credit of John Collins Col Collins Collins ¬
lins that ull his life long he has stood stoodwell stoodwell stoodwell
well with the man behind tho case caseCARRABELLE caseCARRABELLE caseCAIU
CARRABELLE March 14 Yes it itrained itrained itrained
rained and then rained Home more moreMr moreMr
Mr and Mrs James Riles oldest daugh daughter ¬
ter Sallie r allie was WI1 was buro burn to death last lastweek lastweek
week She was wa thret thr t Md to ld a half years yearsold yearsold
old Dr B B Blunt is on the sick sicklist sicklist sicklist
list with la grippe Mr E A Jones Jonesof
of the Tallahassee Iron Works is in intown intown I
town to contract with the Hayes Ha cs Lum Lumber Lumber Lumber ¬
ber Company to overhaul thoir tram en engine engin engineMr ¬
gineMr gin e Mr W H Smith of Moultrie MoultrieGa Moultrict
Ga has moved to town and will board boardat boaraat boardat I
at the Bailey House until he can build buildas
as there are no houses here for rent rentTwelve rentTwclve rentTwelve I
Twelve months ago there wore twenty twentysix twentysix
six vacant dwellings Since the G 1 1A K KA P PA <
A R R acquired the C T G the thepopulationof I i
populationof Carrabelle has been stead steadily stead1Iy steadily
ily increasing Several dwellings are arenow arenow arenow I
now under undcrconBtruction construction The Hayes HayesLumber i iLumber iLumber i
Lumber Companys dry kiln is nearing nearingcompletion nearing nearingcompletion ncaringcompletion
completion Mr C H Parlin says saysthe saYfthe sayqthe
the Democrats are the controlling power powerhere power powerhere wer werhere
here Yes and we now have a TrueDemocrat True TrueDemocrat TrueDemocrat
Democrat in the person of Judge S J JGiles JGiles JGiles
Giles for postmaster Mr B Bell is isagain isagain isagain
again a citizen of Carrabello after an anabsence nnabsence anabsence
absence of seven years The Carrabellosand Carrabello Carrabellosand nrrabellosand
sand in his shoes got in its work at lastThe last lastThe lastThe
The steamer Tarpon brought the thebiggest thebiggest thebiggest
biggest freight for this place in her his history history ¬
tory last trip There were eight carloads car carloads carloads ¬
loads for G F A stations and Mr MrJ
J D Cay of Tallahassee had three threecarloads threecarloads J I
carloads of hay and grain and another anotherfor I
for Ashmore AshmoreMr Mr 0 B Dickinson is isquite Isquite isquite
quite ill and his brother Mr C H HDickinson I IDickinson IDickinson
Dickinson arrived yesterday accom accompanied j jpanied i ipanted
panied by Dr W L LMoor Moor Ho is ro reported roported 1 1ported
ported better tietterMiss Miss Janie Blocker Blockerhas t
has returned from an extended eXt ndcd visit to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Stewart in Tallahassee Capt CaptJohn CaptJohn I
John R Blocker is as lively as a 10year 10yearold
old boy and enjoys the graphopnone graphopnonemore
more than any lad in town townIRA townIRA
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New N Nit wi front Jr rum Aa Old OJ FrUaA FrUaATuskegee ra t tTuskegeer ITuskegee
Tuskegee Tuskegeer Ala March 9 1905
Mr John JohnG G Collins CollinsTallahassee Co CollinsTallahassee UnsJ
Tallahassee Fla FlaMy FlaMy la laMy
My Dear Mr Collins ColUnaTho Tho mail mailbrought
brought me yesterday a copy of thefirst the thefirst thefirst
first issue of The True Democrat It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the first intimation I had of your yourpurpose yourpu yourpurpose
purpose pu e to ufefti a paper paperthe It was also alsothofirstTiowal alsotho
the thofirstTiowal first l1eWS I have havhad had from from Talla Tallss ¬
hassee since the first week after the theold theold theold
old Tftllahasseean lost its Identity for forin forin forin
in making the shift my name was in insome insome Insome
some way way lost lostI I oupportB a from the themailing themailing themailing
mailing fist ist It had been there eversince ever eversince
since you y u put it there and always on onthe onthe onthe
the same generous terms And Andyou Andyoumust you youmust youmust
must know how much pleasure it gave gaveme gaveme gaveme
me and mine to hear every week from fromthe fromthe
then the old d Capital Capital City and nn to keep track trackof trackpeople
of ita people and an its progress p e a I thankyou thank thankyou thankyou
you very much for putting me on your yourmailing yourmailing yourmailing
mailing list and I shall hope J10p ope to send sendyou sendyou Bendyou
you something from time to time Umethat thai thaiwill thatwill
will prove my appreciation myapprecatIonYou
You will be glad I knew to hearthat hear hearthat bearthat
that I am in superb superbealtti bealUi nealth and happily
located loca in one of the pleasantct jpleason test pas pastorates putorates pastorates ¬
torates in Alabama AlabamaYou AlabamaYo AlabamaYousurelq
You Yo Yousurelq surely iUr ly h have vo my beat wishes for forabundant forabundant forabundant
abundant success successYours amceessYoura successYours
Yours very veIYJrulf truly
Considerable of a sensation has bMcaused tebean tebeancaused been beencaused
caused b by the e filing < 4tMfirianhav t Y on onthe 01tho
the BtH 8Uilns fast by Hon HonJ jrWaltefrKehoe jrWaltefrKehoeState J Waltet altet 1 o0 o0State
State Attorney for the First Judicial JudicialDistrict JudiciaDIB JudicialDistrict i
District DIB h of proceedings Jinga to toefiect effect the
disbarment or Q Hon Bent S Liddon a awellknown AVelknown awellknown
wellknown citizen cltl en and nd attorney of ofMarianna ofMarlahna ofMarianna
Marianna and formerly formerlyChief Chief Jutiticeofahe Jostled Jostledof Jw tlc tlcof
ofahe of the he Supreme Court of Florida Thegrounds The Thegrounds Thegrounds
grounds stated in the motion are 1 1Because 1BeeauBo 1Because
Because the said B S Liddon has beenguilty been boonguilty beenmIltt
guilty of f deceit and andinisconduct misconduct in his hisoffice hisofflce hisoffice
office us attorney ttorn in tho courts of the theFirst UteFil8t theFirst
First Judicial Circuit ct re uit of Florldai2 Florldai2That Florida 2 2That 2That
That the said s d B + S Liddon baa been beenguilty peenguiltyof Deen Deenguiltyot
guilty guiltyot of unprofessional act actwhfcb which unfit unfithim U unlithim fit fithim
him for association with the fair and andhonorable andhonorable andhonorable
honorable members of the profession
3 That the said B S Liddon has been beenguilty beenguilty beenguilty
guilty of dishonest conduct in the discharge discharge dis discharge ¬
charge of his hisdutica duties as attorney in the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts of this circuit U The s specifica specifications specificatlons ecifica ecificaLions ¬
Lions and proof upon which this thus extra cxtraordinaryprocecdtng extraordinaryproceedtng extraordina
ordinaryprocecdtng ordina proceedi is based will not of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course be publicly known until the thehearing thohearing thehearing
hearing of the motion at the next n t regu regular re relar regular ¬
lar term of the court at Marunha In Inview Inview Inview
view of the prominence of the accused accusedpublic ae accusedpublic us d dpublic
public opinion concerning the case Will Willdoubtless wilidoubtless Willdoubtless
doubtless be suspended pending the hear heartern hearIng hearing
tern T Wauon W ton MatfacU NadulaeThe MatfacUThe Ha dae daeTbe
The New York Herald HeraldpubUehos publishes the thefollowing thefollowing I
following racy review of Tom Watsons Watsonsnew
new magazine The reader will note notethe notethe notethe
the fact tn t that thatVatsonisthe Watson is the most 1n < HJt1 radi radical r11dtcal dl dlcal ¬
cal of wouldbe wouldbereformo1 reformers i1 but > ut he befalls befallsapparentlY fails failsapparently failsapparently
apparently to substitute a structure for fortnat forthat fortnat
tnat which ho would pull down about aboutour aboutour
our cars > The Herald H rald says S > > 8 after de describing describing doscribing ¬
scribing the cover coverHoby coverHe coverHo
Hoby He by no means writes as a defeated defeatedcandidate defeatedcandidate defeatedcandidate
candidate Carefully studied t he says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the election affords more encourage encouragement encouragement encouragement ¬
ment to reformers than any event eventwhich eventwhich eventwhich
which has happened since the civil war wax1In warIn warIn
In smashing tne fraudulent scheme of ofGorman ofGorman ofGorman
Gorman Hill McCarren McCarrenBelmont Belmont the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people proved that there was still such sucha
a thing as public conscience conscienceTo con8 lence lenceTo
To tho presence of Mr Cleveland inthe in inthe inthe
the campaign he lays the tremendous tremendousmajority tremendoUtlmajorityol tremendousntajorityof
majority of the vote against Judge Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker Apparently Parker had no con conception concoption conception ¬
ception of the bitterness bitternesawith with which whichthe whichthemasses the themasses theml18aeB
masses hate Cleveland he says aYsBe aYsBecause Because Be Because ¬
cause ho was cheered by the selfchosen selfchosendelegates selfchosen selfchosendelegates aellchosendelegates
delegates to the St Lou 8 convention conventionbecause conventiont conventionbecause
because he was given < < Iven a cutanddriea cutanddrieaovation cutanddreaovation cutanddried cutanddriedovation
ovation by the business men of Now NowYork N NowYorkcitythoDomoc W WYork
York YorkcitythoDomoc city the Democratic atcbraseaseeded atcbraseaseededto bosses seeded seededto
to think that tho more of Cleveland they
forced into thecmpaignJthebatterHhV thecmpaignJthebatterHhVcountry tbeem tba eampeignihpbotter4hecountry bettertbe bettertbeountry
country would like the taste of it So Sothey Sothey I Ithey
they not only kept Cleveland on exhibition exhibi exhibition exhibition ¬
tion in the most conspicuous manner mannerbut mannerbut mannerbut
but they dug up u John G Carlisle Arthur ArthurPUG ArthurPue ArthurPue
Pue Gorman Olney Olney of Massachusetts Massachusettsand Massachusettsand
and other Cleveland fossils until Par Parkers Parkers Parkers ¬
kers identification with Clevelands Clevelandssecond Clevelandssecond Clevelandssecond
second administration was complete completeand
and when that happened he adds in inhis inhis inhis
his breezy manner it was goodbye goodbyeParker goodbyeParker goodbyeParker
Parker ParkerHe
He charges that there is no reasonable reason reasonable reasonable ¬
able doubt whatever that Parkers man managers managers managers ¬
agers had pledged themselves to another anotherissue anotherissue
issue of bonds referring to the inci incident incident
dent during Mr Clevelands second ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration which has been severely severelycriticised soverelycriticiscd severelycriticised
criticised adding that to get more morebonds morobonds morebonds
bonds you only need another President Presidentwho Prosldentwho
who will take orders from Belmont and andMorgan andM andMorgan
Morgan M organ at secret midnight t conferences conferencesTo
To Carlisle he pays his respects by bycharacterizing bycharacterizing bycharacterizing
characterizing him as the representative representativein
in Congress of the whiskey trust and andGorman andGorman andGorman
Gorman he declares is the representa representative ¬
tive of the sugar trust Bryan he as assails assails assails ¬
sails bitterly Beware how howyou you trifle triflewith trinewith triflewith
with radical he tells him Bo assured assuredof
of this William you cant ride both bothhorses
He advises President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevolt
velt who wh he says leans to radicalism radicalismto
to press forward a parcels post st law to toilllIlt to toinsist
inrist on railroad rate legislation and to tooppose tooppose tooppose
oppose a ship subsidy 8pbsidyUnder spbaidyUnder
n Under the heading Hearst the theJnyth themyth
he says Because ho Is not perpetually per perpetually perpetually ¬
petually making mal ing an exhibit of himself himselfa
a good g many shallow allow politicians sneerat sneer sneerat sneerat
at W R Hearst and call him a myth mythBecause mythBecause mythBecause
Because he is not everlastingly on his hisfeet hisfeet hisfeet
feet reeling of speeches which come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from nowhere and go go nowhere the av average average average ¬
erage regulation orator looks down downupon downpon downupon
upon the modest silent man from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York as a very inferior mortal indeed indeedYet indeedYet IndeedYet
Yet W R Hearst with all his shyness shynessand I Iand
and silence has a way of hitting out outquick outquick outquick
quick hard and sure that does more moregood moregood moregood
good for the people than all tho orators oratorshave oratorshave oratorshave
have done in the last decade decadeFiction decadeFiction decadeFiction
Fiction poetry and essays com complete completea leto letoa
a magazine of the regulation oize alzeAmong oizeAmong lteAmong
Among the visitors from abroad regis registered registered registered ¬
tered at the Bloxham this week w k were wereP
P A Baker and wife Columbus Ohio OhioJ
J H Jones one8 Lynchburg Va John H HHoyt HHoyt HHoyt
Hoyt and wife Delmar N J J R RBowman RBowman RBowman
Bowman and wife w fe Nashville Nash ille Tenn H HE HE HE
E Swain SwainWalthnm Waltham Mass t Gt C G Jones Joneswife Joneswife Joneswife
wife and child Baltimore William Gibe Gibn GibefWn Gilson
son > n and wife Chicago H i J Lassell LassellGbverflville LassellGlover LassellGloveravillo
Gbverflville Glover vm N N Y C A Spies Wash Washington WaahIngton Washington ¬
ington D C CVNXVX11 CGuests v vGuest
VNXVX11 X S W N V N NGuesta
Guest from a distance lsia ce at r the Leon Leonare Leonarc Leonare
are G B Jones Washington Waahi D D C CRev CRev CRov
Rev R E Armstrong Manga M MenUs P L LC I Ic IC
C E Saunders Indiana Mid O M MGalintln MGaUnttn MGalintin
Galintln Dr Hattie t Schwcnduer and andNorma andNonna andNorma
Norma M Schwenduer 81 Joseph JosephMich JosephMich JosephMich
Mich F H Agnew and wife Pitta Pittaburg Pi Piburg Pittaburg
burg G H Nevins Columbus Col bUJ 0 0Chas 0Cha 0Chas
Chas B Duffy Worcester Mass KUsJ KUsJH J JH JH
H Conklin Loll Angeles A IOlCaL Cal and andMrs qndMrs d dMrs
Mrs Stevens Dallas Texas
Fllerlda Fieri era State ten Cellerfft Student St14 Was WbasTA WasTfce WlaTJa
Tfce Beaert BeaertFrom 0 0From UelteetProm <
From among the entire cnti number of ofcompetitors ofCQmpatitors ofcompetitors
competitors for the th Rhodes Rhext8sScbolafship Scholarship
only two succeeded in iR passing ing the ex exnminntton ex examination examination ¬
amination Mr F i W WBuckholz Buckhblz a astudent astudent astudent
student of the Florida State College Collegeand Collegeand
and Mr P H Whaley a graduated graduate rof of
Kqnyon K nyon College Ohio Ohio and for five fiveyears fiveyears fiveyears
years a resident of Florida Mr HrBuck Buck
holz is l a Tampa boy and has received
his entire college training train Ul in Tallahas Tallahassee l llahas llahassoo ¬
see The echolarshi scholarship will l b be given to toone toono toone
one of these two young ou gentlemen ff ffGovernor in
ten days daysGovernor
Governor Broward Superintendent SUpcrtn dont
Holloway H lloway and several 8CVOr several other members membersof D CJPoorsof
of the Governors cabinet eabin made if short shortvisit ahortvisit t tvisit
visit to the State College last Friday
corning The Governor addressed the thestudent thefitudent a astudent
student body in his WSUsuaI Usual forceful style styloand 8tYleand styleand
and impressed upon u On thtoi tb ri ni many Important fmportant im importont
portant fo fnctsrelatfug facts < ita relating to the thewslfartof thewslfartofo welfare welfareofour of ofour
our o r native State Ho stated atat d that he hewas hewaspleaaed a awas
was waspleaaed pleased very much with the ex excellent excollont tteoUent ¬
cellent condition of the college 1tegend and its itawork i iwork itswork
work workSuperintendent workS workSuperintendent
Superintendent S pcrintond i1t Holloway also Is spoke s oke V
to the students He said that tho most mostpeculiar mostpeculiar mostpeculiar
peculiar thi thingjabout thiJf about the educational In Institutions mstitutiona institutiona ¬
stitutiona of Florida was that the th pro process process process ¬
cess of evolution seemed lie mod to be reversed NV ecI
Instead of f the commonvschools e mm iehoolB paving
the way for and upbuilding the colleges
the thocol1 colleges are strengthening 8 Dathe ing the grad graded gra graed ¬ <
ed schools in their work workI11e
The normal department opened in i full
blast this week at the College During D rlng I Ithe
the first few fewdayaupwanl days upward of f a hundred
have been enroPei enro ei in this department departmentalone departmontalonJ
alone alonJ swelling the total to Llatte attendance dancet At
the College to over four furhUn hundred andrepresenting and andrepresenting sridreptCSenting
representing thirtyeight counties out 6utof outofpapossible ut utof
of of ofpapossible a possible fortyfive in the State St te
The good that this work is s doing dorpgtor for I
the schools of the State cannot be ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed in words More efficient efficieiltteach efficieiltteachers teach teachers teachera ¬
ers have been sent out by this depart department de demont departsmont ¬
mont than from any other institution
in the State Before tho term fA over overat overat q qat
at least two hundred and fifty t achers tacherswill tacherawill < acherswill
will be benefited b by b Y this depawmwt depawmwtLast d depai oP t tLast
Last Friday evening the thoCH ch chAji chAjiwas j l Ii Iiwaa
was the scene a ene of tho mo most exef excfflfciw xcr
bate that th t has ever occurred in innaltto Innaisof the K Knatoof
natoof tho societies of the ColIegerThe College The
hall was crowded early in the evening
and everyone went w nt away well pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with the program programThe programThe programThe
The question was Should This Gov Government Government Goveminent ¬
ernment Own and Operate porto Railroads RailroadsThe
The affirmative was most ably de ¬
fended by Messrs 0 P Dickinson and l V VW
W H Woodberry Woodbe while tho negative negativewas
was supported sup rted by Messrs R T Kelly
and C T Hancock The affirmative affirmativewon
won by a vote of 2 to t 1Povertr 1 1PovtrtrStriclita 1u
u PovtrtrStriclita PovtrtrStriclitaOne Povertr srickL srickLOne
One of our numerous competitors for
the job work patronage of this this region regionand reglonand regionand
and we have them in every county in
Middle Floridaseams Florida seems to advertise it itself itsolt itself ¬
self as povertystricken in circus circusposter circusposter circusposter
poster headlines Thats not what Is
the matter with the theColUns Collins print shop
What troubles us most is to t faithfully
handle the largo volume ot work that IB isconstantly IBconstantly faconstantly
constantly crowding In Whcnournew Whcnournewspeciallyconstructed When our ournew ournewspeciallyconstructed new newspceintlyeonstructed
speciallyconstructed office building is isready isreadYt isready
ready and we are printing Tho True
Democrat on the pow power press which whichwe I Iwe
we have ordered our ourtroublos troubles will cease ceasePerhaps ceasePPrhn I IPprhnps
Perhaps PPrhn s our competitor in Its foolish i iblundering
blundering blundering way Intended to convey the
idea that we are Hp povertystricken vertystrlcJ en
Looks that way from its bluster and andsilly andsUly andsilly
silly bragging about about ab about ut how rich it Is
Thats about as near the truth as it ever
is likely to get We Weare are no nearer be ¬ l
ing poertystrickon ve 8trickon than it is to
being beln urich rich Besides people who whowant whowant whowant
want printing dono do not give it out to toany toany toany
any concern com cm rn because it la poverty
stricken any more than they do to toanother toanother toanother
another because it itls is richor richl richtrorblaima Jtorbtalrns claims
to be They go where tho best and andcheapestcheapest andchcapCtStchea andcheapestceapest
cheapestcheapest chcapCtStchea e8t because becauaebestwork best beatwork work
is done That s why we are getting
about all the job work we can do doJob doJob doJob
Job printing speaks for itself Ours
does So does that executed by our ourcompetitors ourcompeUwrs ourcompetitors
competitors Compare them I It isnt isnta Isntaqucstion
a question of who has hnaortbJnks hasor or thinks hb
has hasthe the most money or which whl h of any anyl
two twoprint l print shops is the biggest or the
itrichest uncliestIts its the class orwork of wor work that
is turned out We are willing to show showwsamples showsamples showsamples
samples with any similar institution Instltutf f in
the State and especially e pc tally would we woCha chal ¬
lengo comparison of our work with that a aheretofore
heretofore and now being done for tho
State StateW StateW
W A Thomas and E A Rice of
Virginia arc registered < < nt tho Leon LeonS
S M Clyatt Clyatt convicted fu in nu the t t
district court of peonage a i and w wpealed who wHQIcalcd r rppaled
pealed tho case to the U us S Supreme S9P u 0 I
Court Courthas has won wortthecasoJusticoBrrewer the case Justice Brewer
delivering the opinion opinionwwv oplnfonThe 3 V
wwv > s vx
The following Bainbridgers i brf ers were N at ats
Wa tho M Bloxham Ler this s week J J Taylor t tGeo
W M Legg gg and d U S JCorTOthe Cox Other 3
Georgians Geo mnli were ere C H Young y T R jr jrTindall er
TindaUc Tind Tindall l C lW W Cook CookJ T J M ScottJ Seo ScottJ JJ
H GriAin W M Meadows and J D Dr
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