Group Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
Title: Correspondence: 1906 October-December
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Correspondence: 1906 October-December
Series Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
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Publication Date: 1906 October-December
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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PERSONAL.

October 1, 1906.



Dear Governor.
I see by the papers that you have commenced a suit agains(-

two of your enemies and I sincerely hope that you will come out on top.

I thought you would want all the information abtainable, and I write

to say that I think, Claud L'Engle has told Will Croom that Taylor

made the cartoon that was used in Abrams paper. You might, if you

think proper, write to Will and request him to get all the information

he can from L'Engle to be used by you.
It may not be necessary for you to know this but thought

you would want all the evidence you could get. I am like the man iMill

-er said to his friend in the book entitled "White Blood", no matter

what they say or do to you and no matter what you do, I am your friend

all the same", and I am willing to pull off my coat for you anyday.

If I can be of service to you let me know. Whay don't

you reply to my last letter. I am holding some other parties off hop-

ing to hear from you as to your plans, etc. With kindest regards to

all, I am as ever,
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C. F. CHANDLER, Phd. C. E. PELLEW, E. M.
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CHEMISTS AND ASSAYERS.
New York, October 10, 1893.
Below please find report of analysis of Suwannee Springs Water:
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS.
The sample of water from SUWANNEE SPRINGS submitted to us
for examination contains, in one (U. S.) gallon of 231 cubic inches:
Chloride of Sodium ........--------- 0.6196 grains
Sulphate of Potassa .... .. .-----.. .. 0.6027
Sulphate ot Lim e ......... ... ..... ............. ......... 1.7772
Bicarbonate of Soda-. ..- ..-- --.... ... .......... 0.9613
Bicarbonate of Lime ... .. ..... 11.0149
Bicarbonate of Magnesia .3 ........ .4827
Oxide of Lime and Alumina ... ............. ..... 0.1516
Silica . .. ........ 0.8048
SOrganic aad Volatile Matter ---- ... .... 2.1869

Total Solid Matter ... .... ........... 21.6017 grains
Respectfully your obedient servants,
Signed) C. F. CHANDLER, Phd.
CLAUDE E. PWIS EW, E. M.
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Jacksonville Florida, Oct. 24, 1906.



Editor Ocala Banner,

Ocala, Fla.

Dear Sir:

SMy attention has 'been called to a letter published

in your issue of the 23rd instant sigl'ed by my esteemed friend

Hon. F. P. Fleming. It is gratifying to note the high plane

upon which he discusses the proposed amendment to the ornsti-

tition, which, I agree with him, is one of the most impor-

tant questions that has been submitted to the electors to pass

upon in many years, and further dgree that it is of so much

Simpor'ance that it should not be considered from the stand-
point of factional politics, or how it may affect the political

status of any official individual, but only that of interest

to the people of the State. He writes that he is opposed

to the amendment for the reason

"1. I do not think that the Everglades can be drained so
:1 as to becomee available for cultivation without the expenditure

of a large sum of, that it is practicable for the State to

raise without the serious oppression of large number of her

citizens.'

I am.not sure that I -at er his meaning of this ob-

jection. Considering it in the light of the proposed a;.iend-

me|nt,it is inapplicable for the reason that the State is not

called upon under the proposed constitutional amendment to raise

f a large sum of money, or any money,on the State or on the tax-

able property of the State to be expended in the drainage of
the Everglades.

To my mind, the "serious oppression" referred to

could only be applied, if at all, not to "a large number of

her citizens*, but about in the following proportions, accord-

ing to the land owned in the drainage district:










(2)


Southern States Land & Timber Comp-

any, of Louisana - - - - - - -

Empire Land Co., of ----------

TVississippi Valley Realty

Company, of .'ississippi - - - -

Consolidated Land Co., of Florida - - -

Frank 0. *Rrown, Trustee, of New

York (Railroad Land Grants) - - - -

FlLrida Cypress Company - - - -

Florida East Coast Ry., of Florida, - -

The "oston & Florida Atlantic Coast

Land Company, of Ruston - - - - -
Total acreage of the nine holders in
the Diainae District - - - - - -


Owned by the Trustees of the Internal

Improvement "und and the State School

Poard - - - - - - - - - -

The remainder of the territory, which em-

braces the highlands.and the lands owned by

other citizens and corporations- - - --


Acres

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748,251.24



187,201.02

800,958.60



102,933.15

83,840.00

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The individual land owners in the district have

generally paid their tax and have pet6tiuned the people of

Florida, which petition has been signed `*y the citizens in

that territory, nbeging them for relief and to support the

adoption of the proposed constitutional amendment. Then the

question arises that if the citizens living in the territory,

filled with patriotism and hope, strugCling to establish them-

selves, and tho f1axsw undergo the hardships of pioneer life

to bring into value a territory of waste lands only inhabited

by the savages, are pleading with the State and its authorities,

and begging the voters by signed and published petition, to

come to their relief, who are the "large number of her citizens*












that will be"seriously6ppremssed" The answer must be, six

foreign corporations and three home corporations.


His second reason is:

"2. It is not the part of wisdom to spend money on drainage

while the very lands sought to be drained are in litigation,

claimed by various companies under legislative, land grants.

".any lawyers are of the opinion that by vesting the legal ti-

tle of the swamp lands in the Internal Improvement '.uard the

legislature did not invest itself of the power of further

controlling the disposition of the lands. Whether or not

this opinion in sound, it is bett r to suspend operations

until the courts have finally decided."

To the first portion of this objection, I would

like to answer by ask-ing whptis t unwise about using the

lands that were granted to this state, or the proceeds arising

frum the sale thereof, in the language of the Act of Congress

of !eptemh'-r 28th, 1850, for the purpose of carrying into ef-

fect that Act; and further, what effect the question of liti-

gation has on the subject of drainage under the proposed con-

stituti6nal amendment. Under this amendment it is imma' rial

as to the ownership of the lands. The land kanxx in the drain-

ase district bears the burden, no matter who owns it, ana

tLe constitutional amcndmient limits the --ruen to the lands

referred to in the amendment, And tliereby prevents the payminent

of the drainage tax out of the general revenue fund of the

State derived from the tax of property at large.

Lawyers may have disagreed, and do disagree upon the con-

struction of the statute governing these grants, and there are

questions involved that -even the Courts seem to disagree on,

"ut there is one question that so far as I have heen able to

ascertain, all courts have agreed upon, and that is the ex-

pressed trust and discretionary power vested in the Trustees









(4)


of the Internal Improvement Fund concerning the control, man-

agement, and disposition, for the purposes of the grant, the

lands vested in them so far as I have been able to learn, there

has never been a time during the fifty years existence of the

fund, that any court has undertaken to control the sale and

disposition of the lands or control the discretion vested in

the Trustees; during the ti,'e that the fund was in Lhe h.tids

of the United States Court, and for that matter-, in the hands

of a Receiver, the Trustees' discretion to sell lands of their

fund for the purposes of their trust was never denied them;

and notwithstanding that lawyers do disagree upon tne law re-

ferred to, we find from authentic records, beginrnng with

Resolution No. 1, approved -December 10, 1845, and Pesulution

No. 14, approved January 6, 1848 (Florida) to the effect,(and

I must not take up your valuable space to quote at length

from these papers, that "the Bvrglades being covered with

water are impracticable of being surveyed and subdivided, and

are therefore valueless to'the United States", requesting

Congress to gzant to this Ftate"the lands lying South of the

Caloosahatchee river and on the northernn shores of Lake Okee-

chobee x x x on condition that the State will drain tlera and

apply the proceeds of the sale thereof, after defraying the

expenses of draining, to the purposes of education" Copies

of this resolution were forwarded to the President and the

United States Senators from this State,

Following this resolution a bill was submitted 'to

the United Otates Senate August 12, 1848, 0o. 338, to "author-

ize the drainage of the Everglades in the State of Flurida by

the said State, and to grant the same to the said State for

that purpose. This bill was referred to the Committee on

public lands, and an exhaustive report was submitted by that

committee, together with data submitted to the Committee and
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This report states among other things that more than,

six sevenths of the territory is unsurveyed, and it is of-

ficially reported by the Purveyor General of Florida that it

cannot be surveyed without this being done", referring to the

drainage of the lands.

The report of the Secratary of the Treasury, tu the Sen-

ate uf the United States transmitting a copy of the report of

Buckingham Smith, Esq., who was in 1847 employed by the Treasury

Tiepartment to examine the land offices in Iluridia. and to :-_ke

a reconnaissance of the Everglades as a portion of the public

lands for the purpose of ascertainirg the practicability jnd

expediency of draining them, and appended to "-hich are sundry

documents and letters furnishing information on the s8'.1,e sub-

ject. This rep...rt awion: other thin-.s says: "As to :-.e

practicabilityof draining the Everglades these data woi.uld

Seem to indicate that it is practicable arnd at an expense

probably not to exceed five hunderd thousand dollars as es-

s timated by, "r. Smith in his report." QThe Couuittee recu.n-:end-

ed that the bill pass without jend-:.ent. -Senator ""escott call-

ed up the bill in the Fenate August 12, 184, covering 29
pages of Congressional report, giving minute cotail report

of his exploration of the Everglades in the United qtai.es Revin-

ue Cutter "Wallcott" to T'iaii ana referring to other :.eans

of transportation of himself and those under his corwiand,

making reference to historical data beginning in 1755, with

special reference to reports of survey made by Williaza Gerard

De .Praham, Esq., an Engineer Officer of the 7ritish Province.

Rome of his notes and materials were found in his own hand-

writing, chiefly ".t t3MkyZwpMt xKM t "historiographical and

hydrographical" which were purchased by Harvard University.

Senator Wescott sought to obtain the manuscripts from

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request being made by the Treasury Department, the University

permitted them to be brought to Washington'to be copied for

the use of the Government, with a stipulation that they were

not to be published without the permission of the University.

Under this exhaustive examiirution and report, together

with the appendix, naps, tables, etc attached thiereto, cover-

ing more than one hundred printed paies.

Congressional legislation progressed until finally in

January 1850, several bills were pending, am.n-n others, an Act

to enable the State of Arkansas to reclaim the s"~p and over-

flowed lands within its limits, were amended under direction

of the Comu.mittee on Public Lands of the United States '-enate

to conform in language and substance to An Act to aid the

State of Ltuuisana in draining- the swamp lands therein, of

18P49, and made applicable to all the States.

In the Act of Congress of 1850 will be found t!"is

la'-igage: "T.hat to enable the State of Arkanaas (which was

made applicable to Florida) and construct the necessary levees

and drains to reclai-. the swLmiip and overflowed lands therein

the w.'hole of those swamp and overflowed lands made unfit thereby

for cultivation, and providing for :ranting a patent to said

lands to be subject to the disposal of the legislature thereof,"

provided, however, that the proceeds of said lands, whether

from sale or direct appropriation in kind shall be applied ex-

elusively as far as necessary to the purposes of reclahning

the said lanrds by means of levees and drains aforeouid. The

State of 3lurida accepted this grant in 1851 with the condi-

tion therein expressed and the purposes therein set forth,

under date of January 24, 1851, at the same time creatin.-' the

Board of Internal I.:provLeent. This R.oard was abolished by

the adoption of Chapter 61o Laws of Florida, January 6, 1855,

which created the Internal Improvement Pund of Florida, to

be applied, trictlI according to the provisions of the Act
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in which is found this language: "For the purpose of assuring

a proper application of said fund for the purposes herein de-

clared, said lands and all the funds arising from the sale

thereof, after paying the necessary expenses of selection,

management and sale, are hereby irrevocably vested in five

Trustees (naming them) ana their successoLrs in office, to

hold the same in trust for the uses and purposes hereinafter

provided, with power to sell and transfer said landsto the

purchasers and receive payment for the samre, to fix the price,

and make such arrangement for the drainage of the swamp and

overflowed lands as in their jud:aent may be most advantua-eous

to tho Internal Iiprove:..ent T.und and the settlement and clti-

vation of the lands".

In compliance with this law and in obedience to the trusts

thereby created it is a matter of history that every Act of

the legislature purporting to grant the lands of said fund ur

in any wise conflict with the duties,xK powers or trc.,sts were

vetoed by the then Governor and practically unaniiu..slr sus-

tained hb, the legislatures for twenty-five years and until

during the session of 1879, at which time a bill passec at-

tempting- to grant certain of these lands, which Governor Trew

vetoed, setting, forth his reason at length .:iuer date of ..Veb-

ruary 25, 1879.
T'ulluwing this veto a bill was reported by iio Railruad

COmiiittee of the senate attemptingc to grant certain of these

lands to a company named in the bill vetoed+ bein- chapter

3167, which Act was made to conform to Governor Drew's ob-

jection, and was made subject and subordinate to Chapter 610

creating the Trustees, as to the manner of constructing the

road and drainage, made subject to rights of all creditors of

the fund and to the trusts to which said fund is applicable,

and made subject to control, management, sale and appropria-

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purposes of said trust under said Act. That the title to the

lands is not to vest until they shall be released from the

indebtedness existing against said trust fund, expressly

stating that it is the purpose to grant the residuary interest

of the State in the lands granted by an Act of Coniress of

18b0, See Iection 5 of the Act.

And it is my information that all l.irislative acts at-

tempting to grant lands to railroad companies in 'lorida'from

that day to this, without a single exception, are -,ade subject

to the same provisions, either by the Act itself or the ,en-

eril law contained in the revised Statutes.

x athzm=tymLTxaxxiwtrk_ The only other question

that vwuuld arise is matter of opinion, as I view it, relating

to these grants is what is called certificates issued by for-

mer Trustees, some of them having been issued during the year

18f;9, upon what law or authority I have been unable to ascer-

tain, and would be glad for any one who shared in their issuance

to give the public the authority and reason for granting cer-

tificates to railroad companies to unpa'ented lands.

Therefore, it is my opinion, which was arrived at mnure

than four years ago, and has been confiriead by the decision

of two Circuit Judges, that all legislative l"nd grants are

inoperative.

I do not find in the Constitutional a~eddient the legis-

lative power of levying taxes vested in the Couaissioners.

There are no-legislative powers vested in them-- they are

merely duties. The amount and the lands upon which it is to

be levied are both fixed in the Constitutional amendment. The

Constitutional amendment determines the class of lands, and

designates them as swamp and overflowed lands, which designa-

tion is understood to mean the lands patented to this State

under the Act of 1850, and expressly deprives them of the very

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Referring to the statement thatwthe uncontrolled hand-

ling of vast smus of money which would go into their hands

Ami t dvelop a political machine of proportions greatly to

th tnjqi y of our people", this does not appeal to me SarK

.U."f t of.aer;aun..s.tice. This is a people's pro-

p.. ition submitted to them for their own consideration and

.ntrammeled vote. If there is being developed a political
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machine, who is going to develop it, and if the people develop

the machine won't it be because the people's interests demand

a political machine to cope with the political machine of those

opposing the interests of the people?.

SHe says "The taxation feature would abrogate to that ex-

tent that clause of the constitution,as it now exists, re-

quiring 'a uniform and equal rate of taxation of taxation'."

. The Courts do not agree with my learned friend on this point.

... '"%'6M fttut1onal provision providing an equal and uniform

' rate of taxation applies only to general taxation, and not

local assessments.
31 Cal. 340: 48 "d. 269; 5 Ohio 243
20 La. 499; 70 Ga. 817, and other cases cited.

An assessment is not a tax. These terms are regarded as dis-

tinct and as having a different meaning.

43 La. 15, and other cases cited
59 !Md. 378; 53 Wis. 17t.

His last objection "The power of eminent domain which is

bestowed upon the commissioners, without the previous payment

to the owner of the value of his land taken, is an unwise inno-

vation of the law of eminent domain as it now exists."
This is largely a question of opinion. I am willing to
submit questions of property of a limited area, as the right
of way for canals for drainage purposes, to the hands of a
jury of my countrymen, who in other instances are intrusted
not only with our property but with our liberty and our live.
The question -to be determined at last at the polls on the
6th of November is whether or not the voter desires to be taxed
S- and to have all the taxable property of Florida taxed to re-
claim swamp and overflowed lands for the Trustees, a few in-
dividual owners and nine corporations or whether they deem it
justthat the lands to be benefitted should bear the burden of
their own reclamation, as provided and limited by the proposed
constitutional amendment, regardless of ownership. V.S.Jenningu










Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 5th. 198.

Mr. Wt. M. MeIntosh Jr.,

Seoey Board I. I. Fund.,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Dear Sir:-

Referring to the question raised by your Board of closing
the Canals draining from Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee River and

to which I replied under date of May 1st, 1895, I wish to add some

further points for your consideration;

If the canal leading South from Lake Okeechobee from a point

about 5 miles East of Rita River as shown on Colton's Map and which

has been cut a distance of about ten miles, fifty feet wide, shall

be continued a distance of 8 or 10 miles further, and enlarged to

150 feet in width, then the level of Okeechobee will be permanently

lowered so as to prevent any water going down the Caloosahatchee River

except the natural drainage of the rainfall on the small section of

Marsh lands bordering L. Okeechobee on the west.

The work on this canal had been pushed steadily for some two

years, until the Company found that they had completed $he contract

with your Board which called for the expenditure of a definite sum,-

and in fact there had been an expenditure of some $27,000 in excess

of the agreement covering the .,825,000 acres required to make the

2,000,000 acres to which a definite contract existed.

I also call the attention of ;-ur Board to the claim made by

the Company that they had the option of continuing this work to the

extent of the 400,000 acres of the Additional Reserve, and while there

does not appear to be any record of this understanding, it neverthe-

less existed; and I remember that the late Governor Perry, while still

president of your Board, in presence of Col. J. J. Dunne, urged me

to have the Company exercise their option, and to agree to do the

additional work to pay for the 400,000 acres; but I replied, that the tt

Company need not do this until the 825,000 acres had been paid for,

when J t was possible that they might continue the work. Your Board .,

Shave declined in the absence of any' record to confirm thi gauns astandlit
ing, and this Company has not cared.to contend for it;. nor .uld" I

refer to the question now, only that it may prove a method of aeeom- -

S fishing the ishes o.f qur Board in regard to the -eeing of t .h

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Hiapochee Canals, with not only of not rendering the past work worth-
less, but supplementing and carrying out what the Company originally
intended and completing in its entirety the permanent reclamation of

this large area.

I do not mention this with the desire to simply acquire more

land, by the Company, for I can purchase outright as many thousand

acres as I want at the same price that the lands cost under the Drain-
age Contract, but if the Trustees will provide the 400,000 acres for

the expenditure of $100,000 in continuing the work on this South Canal,

I think the Company might arrange to have it done.

It is estimated that such an expenditure would complete this
work,
The experience which the Drainage Company has acquired will
enable it to accomplish more work for the same money in the future

than in the past, though the records show that the work done was at

less cost than any other similar enterprise in the country,

The complete drainage of these lands will eventually add so
largely to the income of the State through taxation, that any lands

given in payment for such work will be a good investment for the State.

I would much prefer, instead of acquiringg additional lands for
doing such work, that it could be arranged that such expenditure should

constitute an indebtedness that would be receivable in payment of

Taxes, State and County, on the lands yet to be acquired by deed on

account of Drainage Contract.

I think when the Trustees are fully informed of the existing
conditions they will see the absurdity of closing the Canals now

draining into the Caloosahatchee River, until the outlet southward

shall be continued and completed as proposed, so as to take care of

the entire inflow of water to Lake Okeechobee.

Yours respectfully,

Hamilton Disston.


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I, William M. McIlntosh Jr., Secretary of the Trustees of the In-

ternal Improvement Fund of the State of Florida, do hereby certify that

the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original paper now in

my offiiciO. custody.
In testimony whereof, I have hereim-
to set my hand and the seal of the
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
pund of the State of Florida, at Tal-
lahassee,'Florida, on this, the 22nd
day of November A. D. 1906.




Secretary Trustees Internal Improve-


ment Fund State of Florida.







THE BURBRIDGE REAL ESTATE AGENCY
BEN BURBRIDGE, MANAGER
125 LAURA STREET

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., November lIt. O.&. 190o

Mr. W. S. Jennings,

1815 Main Street.

This is to notify you that there will be no re-rewal yD your present

lease which you hold on 1815 Main street and expires A.D.

1906. And that you will be required to quit and deliver unto me said

premises on the aforesaid date.

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Hon. W. S. Jennings,
Jacksonville, Fla.
My dear Governor:-

I shall leave here fo Live Oak this afternoon to do
my part toward the success of the Everglade amendment and expect to be
absent until about the 15 or a few days later. By the time I get back
the Governor will be steeled down and I sincerely hope Stou will be a
able to induce him to give me something to do that will pay me I have
been working for over a year without pay except from odd jobs that all
told hav returned me less than $60. and and a ggod deal of the work
has been for the benefit of the State but I have not felt just right
about it when I saw new men constantly coming in and the constantly
repeated reply(not to me, for I never asked any one for work except
the Governor) No opening but wEthin a few days a new man would go to

work. If I was physically able to do it I would hunt some outside work

but my old cripple wont let me keep my feet long at a time nor can I
do any very gAt amount of walking. I am not complaining, don't intend
to but I will most assuredly appreciate it if you can induce the Gov-
ernor to find me something to do. I have stayed here to keek up the
work of perfecting the records of the Florida Soldiers and I do not
consider the time lost. Had the matter been dropped the interest would
have lapsed and it would have benn more difficult than ever to revive

i, as it is the interest is growing every day. T he work had been put
off so long that people did not realize its importance until it had
soaked in and it took steady starring to work the solvent through.

I have picked up S7h Jnls for 1887; S Js forl889, 91,-93, 95, 97
and H Js for 1889 and 1891. I suppose your have thr journals for 01,03 & 05.
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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.

BILL- OF' L.A.DI1"TGi-.C=

NOTE.-The shipper may elect to accept the conditions printed on the face and back hereof, and the reduced rates applying C=
theeounder, or may, as provided below, require the carriage of tne property at carrier's liability. m
If tle shipper elects not to accept the Eaid reduced rates and conditions, he should so notify the agent of the receiving carrier,
in writing, at the time his property is offered for shipment, and it he does not give such notice it will be understood that he desires
the property carried subject to the Standard Bill of Lading conditions in order to secure the reduced rate thereon. Property car-
'ied not subject to the conditions of the Standard Bill of Lading will be at the carrier's liability, limited only as provided by Common o
Law and by the Laws of the United States and of the several States, in so far as they apply. Property thuscarried will be charged =r
twenty (20) per cant. higher (subject to a min increase of one (1) cent per hundred pounds) than if shipped subject to the M'
condit ins of the Standard Bill of Lading. / E5 3.

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/7y?---ro^--yv^- ^ .- ..----------. -------------., the pr 1pe y described below, in apparent good
orddA-, except as noted (contents and condition 'ff tents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined as indicated below, "'
which said carrier agrees to carry to said destination f on its own road, or otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the route to 3
said destination. a.
In consideration of the rate charged, under the conditions of this Bill of Lading, it is mutually agreed as to each carrier, sever-
aly but not jointly, of all or any of said property over all or any portion of said route to destination, and as to each party at any .
time Interested in all or any of said property, that every service to be performed hereunder shall be subject to all the conditions
whether printed or written, on the face or back hereof, all of which are agreed to by the shipper as owner or agent for the owner,
and accepted for himself or his assigns as just and reasonable.

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CONflITiONS.


L. No serrier or perty In prm1 e
Ci all or any of the property herw- de-
senribed. shall be liable for any leo
thereof or damage thereto, by causes
beyond its control; or by floods Ore,
jettison, Ice, collision, delay or quaran-
Me; or by robbers, riots, strikes or
stoppage of labor: or by leakega
breakage, chafing, los to weight, doe-
my, vermin, changes in weather heat,
tbeet or wet; or for country damage on
setton; or from any cause, If It be
necessary or is usual to oarry euobh
property upon deck or upon open earas
I. No carrier La bound to carry said
property by any particular train or vea-
sl, ar in time for any particular mar-
kbt, or otherwise than with as reason.
able dispatch as Its general business
will permit. Every carrie shall have
the right In case of necessity, to fMr-
ward said property by any carrier be-
tween the point of shipment and the
point to which the rate is given. All
additional risks and increased expenses
tIurred by reason of change of rout
iB cases of necessity, shall be borne by
the owner of the good; and be a lUe
thereon.
3. No carrier shall be liable for lm or
ttemage.not occurring on its portion of
the route, nor after said property Is
ready for delivery to. consignee. The
amount of any loss or damage for
Whieh any erraler becomes liable shall
be computed at value of the property
at the place and time of shipment unm-
der this bill of lading unless a lower
value has been agreed upon or is
determined by the classfloation upon
which the rate is based, In either of
which events such lower value shall be
the maximum price to govern mues
computation. Claims for loss or datm-
age must be made in writing to the
agent at point of delivery promptly af-
ter arrival of the property, and If de-
layed for more than thirty days after
the delivery of the property, or after
dee time for the delivery thereof, a
carrier hereunder shall be liable In any
event.
4& All property shall be subject to
meees ary cooperage baling and repairs
at owner's coat Each carrier over
whose route cotton sla to be earned
hereunder, shall have the privilege of
compressing the same, and shall sot be
held responsible, for deviation or una-
voidable delays in procuring such com-
pressjon. Grain nla bulk, consigned to
a paint where there Is an elevator, may
(anlees otherwise expressly noted here-
In, and then if It is not promptly un-
loaded) be there delivered, and placed
with other grata of the same kind with-
out respect to ownership, and it so de-
UverA shall be subject to a lIma for
elevator charges la addition to all other
charges hereunder. No carrier shall be
Mible for differences in weights or for
asntkage of any grain or seed errled
l taUlk.
L Prepeprty et removed by the pe-
eS or party entitled to receive it with-
p tweat-four hours after Its arrival at
asiMes, mar be kept in the vesel
m e, e et weltaiss rau i O


eernr, atM e te rkt of Mae owr
of said property, or may be, at the
option of the carrier removed and oth-
erwise stored at the owner's risk and
cost and there held subject to Me for
all freight and other charges. The
delivering oarrier may make a reason-
able charge per day for the detantton
of any vessel or car and for use of
track after the car has been held for-
ty-elght hours for unloading, and may
add such charge to all other charges
hereunder, and hold said property sue-
Ject to a lien therefore. Property des-
tined to or taken from a station or
wharf at which there sla no regularly
appointed agent, shall be entirely at
risk of owner when unloaded from, a
until loaded into. car or vessel; and
when received from or delivered ea
private or other eldings or wharves
shall be ai owner's risk until the ears
re attached to, and after they are de
cached from, trains or until -loaded
into, and after unloaded from. vessel.
& No carrier hereunder will carry *r
be liable In any way for any doe-
ment, specie, or for any article at
e extraordinary value not specifloally
rated in the published claslflcatkimna
anlesm a special agreement to de m,
S and a stipulated value of the artileas
are endorsed hereon.-
7. Every party, whether principal or
agent, shipping Inflammable, exploielve
1- or dangerous goods, without Drevious
full written disclosure to the carrier of
S their nature, shall be liable for all lose
or damage caused thereby, and such
goods may be warehoused at owner's
risk and expense or destroyed withomt
S compensation.
&8. If the word "order" Is written
hereon immediately before or after the
name of the party to whose order the
property Is consigned, without any con-
ditlon or limitation other than the
S name of a party to be notified of the
arrival of the property, the surrender
of this bill of lading properly endorsed
shall be required before delivery of the
property at destinatio. If any other
than the aforesaid form of consign-
ment Is used herds, the said property
may, at the option of the carrier, be
delivered without requiring the produse-
tion or surrender S this bill of lading.
9. Owner or oonsignee shall pay
freight, and average, if any, and all
oLher charges accruing on said prop-
erty, before delivery, and according to
weight was ascertalied by any carrier
hereunder; and if upon inspection, It
Is ascertained- that the articles shipped
are not those described in this bill of
ldingL, the freight charges must be
paid upon the articles actually shipped,
and at the tariff rates and under the
rules provided for bi Iubilshed clal-t
latten.
10. This bill of lading Is signed for
the different carriers who may engage
In the transportation, mverally but not
Jointly, eaeb of which Is to be bound
by and have the benefits of the pro-
vielons thereof; and in aoseting this
bill of lading the h .iper, owner ad
C .Ape as mesS gd sa eobelre


St as bIB e lading agree to be bound
by all at te stipulations, exceptions
and condltlons. whether printed or
written.
1 L It all or any part of aid property
is carried by water, suck water ear-
rlage shall be performed subject to
statutory acts and to all the conditions,
whether printed or written, contained
In this bill of lading, including the eon-
ditlon that no carrier by water shall be
liable for any loss or damage resulting
from explosion, accidents to boilers or
machinery, or from any latent defects
in hull, machinery or appurtonanoes,
existing before, at the time. or after
shipment or sailing on the voyage, or
unseaworthlnese, provided the owners
have exercised due diligence to make
the vessels seaworthy, nor shall negll-
gence be presumed against any ear-
rier.
The carrier shall have liberty to
transfer, to tranship, to lighter, to call
at any port or ports, to tow or be
towed, to deviate, to asmsit vessels In
distress, to navigate without pilots, and
to load and dischargre goodJ at any
time.
if goods are landed by agreement
between any of the partle hesrte andmd
carrier at any other than the regular
wharf, stations or landing of the car-
rier, each separate package or article
shall be at the risk of the owner Im-
mediately upon such discharge.
It is agreed that If any goods are sold
short of ultimate destination, each car-
rir that has completed his an of the
transportation shall have earned his
agreed upon proportion of the through
freight, and the same, with the charges
advanced, shall be due and payable out
of the proceeds thereof; and for any
distance carried, each carrier shall, on
the same bass hbve earned and be en-
titled to freight, with charges advanc-
ed, for such part of th, transportatsn
as has been aecompllshed.
1i2. In case of quarantine the goods
may be discharged a risk and expense
of owners Into quarantine depot or
elsewhere, as required by quarantine
regulations, or authorities, or for the
carrier's dispatch, or at nearest avail-
able pqint In carrier's Judgment, and In
any suoh cuase, carrier's rponslbllity
shall tease when goods are eoAloharg-
ed. or goods may be returned br ea
riers at owner's risk and expense to
shipping point, earning freight both
waya. Quarantine expenses atof whatever
nature or kind upon or in respet to
goods shall be borne by the owners of
the goods or be a lien thereon. The car.
rler shall not be liable for loss or dam-
age occasioned by fumigation or disen-
feotlon er other aota required by quar-
antine regulations or authorities, even
though same may have been done by
terrier's offleers, erew. agents or em-
pisoyes, nor for detention. k- or dam-
age of any kind. oeaslos by saran-
ttn or the enforeames t tIereof.
it. Ay alteral-e. Sd'Ba -e era-
sure In this bill S la whleh shall
be made vtbfl the ati notatioe
hreon of tWm s e arre Ier s.
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DOORKEEPER,
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November. 19 1906.

Hon. W.S.Jennings.

Jackeonville. Fla.

My Dear Sir.

Yours received 3-nd in compliance with! your

. request I send to you today a certified copy of Sen. Com. Report

Qo. 242, 30 Cong. Ist, Session.

Yours very truly.



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Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Fla.

Dear Sir:-

Your letters of the 19th inst, received. I am

pleased to send you, under separate cover by to-day's mail, three of

our latest sectional maps of the State. I am sending three as

they probably will come in useful in your- resent work.

With kindest regrads,

I am,

Very truly yours,


Conmi si6er of Agriculture.















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November 20, 1906.

Gov. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Governor:

I am in a little tight and want to ask you to do a favor

for me or have it done as quickly as possible. It is this, we are

about ready to ship the furniture we have not sold to Virginia,

and I want to ask you to ascertain from the Atlantic Coast Line,

the Beaboard Air Line, the Southern Railway, as to what their charg-

es will be per hundred weight from Tallahassee to Luray, Virginia,

on Household goods. The Southern and I. Boast Line have each

mare a rate, the former for 1.40 the latter at 1.49 from here to

destination named, but as yet we are unable to hear from any of the

others. When you get this information kindly ascertain which will

be the most direct route and which will make the least changes, as

there will not be a oar-load. From what I can estimate from and

by the ad would say7 there will be about three or four thousand

pounds. The Southern rounds to Front Royal, Virginia, which town

is about twenty miles from Luray. If they could give me the ship-

ment and have it placed in a car here so that it would go direct

through to that place without a change it would suit most aduira-

ably, but if you can not get it arranged in this manner see which

is the most direct route and which would have the least changes.
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from T&xas, and he took nearly all of our furniture, and we will

now board at the hotel with Mr and Mrs Oroom, who is after us all

the time to come there. The remainder of our furniture we will

ship to Luray where it will be stored in a little Cottage out at

my Brother-in-laws who lives about one mile from Luray, we can

then go on in the summers and have our little suummer home where Mrs

Jennings, Bryan and Miss Grace can come and spend it with us, and

we will occasionally let you come if you can let the EVERGLADES alone

long enough to get on the train.

The route and the changes in the furniture is mainly what

I desire. See them all please or have it done at once and write

me, as the furniture is nearly crated and ready to ship. We have

got to give the house up by the first of next month.

Trusting I am not troubling you to& much and with kind-

esi regards to all, I am,

Sincerely yours,
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THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into between Thomas S. Marshall, party of the
first part, and The Old National Bank of Centralia, Illinois, The Merchants' State Bank of
Centralia, Illinois, The First National Bank of Vandalia, Illinois, The American National
Bank of Mt. Carmel, Illinois, The First National Bank of Flora, Illinois, and others, parties of
the second part, who are the creditors to the extent of ninety-five per cent in amount of all claims
against Thos. S. Marshall, The Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, The Kinmundy Coal
Company and The Famous Store Company, except the existing mortgage lien holders.
WITNESSETH: That the said Thomas S Marshall, of Salem, Illinois, being the owner
of the major portion of the stock of the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, the Famous
Store Company, and of the Kininundy Coal Company, and the owner of the Sandoval Cannery
of Sandoval, II'inois, and the said Thomas S. Marshall also being the owner of divers fans,
town lots, and other property, personal and real, and being indebted in a large amount to the
parties of the second part, and the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company being largely indebted
to the various persons mentioned herein as parties of the second part, and the Famous Store
Company being likewise indebted and the Kinmundy Coal Company being so indebted, and
it having been ascertained by the said Thomas S. Marshall and by the said creditors of the
said Thomas S. Marshall, the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, the Famou- Store Com-
pany, and the Kinniundy Coal Company, that the assets of the said corporations and of thei-
said Thomas S. Marshall are inadequate for the payment of the said indebtedness if disposed
of at a forced public or private sale, and all the parties hereto being desirous that the said
creditors may be paid in full all their legal demands against the said Thomas S. Marshall, the
Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, the Famous Store Company and the Kinmundy Coal
Company, it is covenanted and agreed between the parties hereto as follows:
FIRST.-All parties other than Thomas S. Marshall signing this agreement, whether their
names are mentioned in the caption hereof, are, and are to be considered as parties of thl
second part to this contract.
SECOND.-The said Thomas S. Marshall shall convey all his real and personal estate, ex-
cepting his household goods and wearing apparel, to Trustees for the benefit of the said cred-
itors, the said real estate to be conveyed in trust to the Illinois State Trust Company of East
St. Louis, or any other responsible trust company, and the personal estate shall be tr in-f.-rr,.,I
to seven trustees to be named by the creditors of the said Thomas S. Marshall, the Coal and Mining Company, the Famous Store Company, and the Kinmundy Ccal Company.
THIRD.-The capital stock of the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company shall be increased
to such a sum as shall be found necessary, not to exceed $258,000, and the said Company shall
issue twenty year, five per cent bonds, optional at any interest period, for a stun not to exceed
the capital stock after its proposed increase, said bonds to be secured by all the property of the
S:'ndoval Coal and Mining Company and underlying coal rights.
FOURTH.-The increase of stock of the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company shall be
divided pro rata between those now holding the stock of said corporation, either as collateral
to loans, or held in their own right.
FIFTH.-That the holders of said stock in the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company shall
all enter into a written agreement with Frank F. Noleman, as trustee, pooling their stock for
the purpose of elective powers only, and shall abide by the decision of a iii ijrit, of the seven
trustees in their ballot. The said Frank F. Noleman, trustee, shal' be instructed in writing,
by a ballot taken not over thirty days prior to date of election, signed by at least four miem-
bers of 'aid Board of Trustees, empowering him to cast such a ballot for the members of the
Board of Directors for the ensuing year. In case of the death, resignation or removal from
Centralia, Illinois, or inability of said Frank F. Noleman to continue to serve as such trustee,
his successor shall be selected by a majority of the said seven trust-es, with like powers and
duties.












SIXTH.-The creditors signing this agreement shall at the same time by ballot select seven
trustees, each creditor being entitled to one vote, which trustees shall serve as directors of the
Sandoval Coal and Mining Company for the first year after their election, they to be appointed
.as such directors by the retiring board, and as such directors shall manage the affairs of said
Coal Company, elect its officers, and direct its business for the benefit of creditors, and they
shall be re-elected from time to time in thie mnianner designated in the fifth paragraph of this
agreement.
SEVENTH. -The said trustees so appointed by the creditors for the first year shall act as
trustees for said creditors and the said Thomas S. Marshall, and shall receive, hold, sell and
dispose of all of the personal estate belonging to the said Thomas S. Marshall, the Famous
Store Company, and the Kinmundy Coal Company, for the benefit of the said creditors, and
the said Thomas S. Marshall, a.,d they shall, by a vote of the majority, direct the said Illinois
State Trust Company as trustee to sell and dispose of any and all real estate held by it in trust
for thebenefit of said Companies, Thomas S. M trl ml, and their creditors; and said proceeds
of sales shall be applied by said trustees in the payment of the existing mortgage liens against
the said Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, until all of the existing liens have been dis-
charged, or to repay any indebtedness which the directors have necessarily incurred in order
to successfully operate said mines, and then the balance, if any, shall be applied pro rata
toward the payment of the bonds issued by said Company to the creditors of said Companies
and said Thomas S. Marshall.
And the seven directors of the said Sandoval Coal and Mining Company each are to be
elected annually as provided in the fifth paragraph of this agreement, and shall be ex officio
trustees for tie said Thomas S. Marshall, and said Companies and their creditors, and shall
succeed to all the powers, rights and duties which are held by the said original trustees ap-
pointed by said creditors.
EIGHTH.-It is further agreed that the amount of the existing mortgage liens against
said Sandoval Coal and Mining Company shall be ascertained, and such portion of said niort-
gage indebtedness as the funds which can be immediately realized from the sale of thie property
in the hands of said trustees, shall be paid; that a trust deed shall then be executed upon all
of the property of said Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, including coal rights, to secure
an issue of bonds not to exceed the sum of Two hundred fifty thousand dollars, hearing interest
at the rate of five per cent per annumi, which said trust deed and bonds secured thereby shall
be a subsequent lien to the balance of said existing mortgage liens.
NINTH.-That the trustees appointed hereunder, as soon as the full amount of all of the
claims of the parties to this agreement and the creditors of said Companies and said Marshall,
other than said mortgage lien holders, have been fully ascertained and settled, shall cause to be
issued said second mortgage bonds upon the Ira.1-.. rt) of said Sandoval Coal and Mining Conm-
pany in such denominations and for such periods as they shall determine, and shall proceed to
distribute said bonds among said creditors pro rata at par values according to the amount of
their several claims, and that the same shall be accepted by said creditors in full satisfaction of
theirsaid several claims as aaid several claims as against the property of said Companies and said Marshall.
TENTH.--It is further agreed between the parties hereto that the claims of all persons to
whom the said Thomas S. Marshall, The Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, the Famous
Store Company, and the Kinmundy Coal Company are indebted, shall be submitted to the said
Board of Seven Trustees by the respective claimants and adjudicated by them, if thU same
can be done, and if the amount cannot be satisfactorily determined between the said respective
"claimants and the said Board of Trustees, then the claimants shall be required to establish
thle amount of their claims by a suit in the proper court but they shall obtain no preference
over other claimants by reason of such, suit, andt shall release their judgment when the amount
of their claim is finally deteruinef(l.


ErtVE'NTH.-It is further agreed between the parties hereto that no priorities shall be
obtained by the parties or any of them entering into this contract, and that all of the parties of
the secon- part who have obtained judgments on their claims, shall release the judgment.
TWELFTH.--It is further stipulated and agreed that the said seven trustees forming the
Board of Directors to be elected by the Sandoval Coal and Mining Company shall handle the
affairs placed in their hands in such a way that the claimants having claims against the said
Thomas S. Marshall, The Sandoval Coal and Mining Company, the Famous Store Company
and the Kiniundy Coal Company shall be treated exactly alike as respects the payment of
their respective claims, and .hat no favoritism shall be shown any or either of them in any
way, but that the said trust shall be executed by the said trustees for the benefit of all the
parties of the second part to this contract and to the best interests of the said party of the first
part.

THIRTF'SNTH.-It is further agreed that if it shall be deemed to the best interests of the
parties of the second part and of the said Thomas S. Marshall, that the directors of the said
Sa.ndoval Coal and Mining Company, who are ex officio trustees, shall be changed from time
to time at the regular or any special election for the election of the directors, then the persons
so retiring from the said Board of Directors shall cease to he trustees as herein specified and
the incoming or newly elected directors shell be deemed to be vested with all the power that
the first seven directors had under this contract as such trustees.
FOURTEENTH.-It is further agreed between the parties hereto that the said Thomas S.
Marshall shall make a full andt complete statement of all his business and affairs including all
his assets and liabilities on the twenty-ninth day of October, A. D. i9o5, and lie shall also
maoke a full and complete statement of all his dealings and transactions and all sales of his
property and payment of his debts from the first (lay of July, A. D. 19o5, up to and including
October 29th, 190o, if demanded by the Bo.ird of Trustees, which shall include the disposition
of his bank stock and other property field and owned by him so that the rights of all his
creditors cin be t ju t.: 1 and passed upon by thim said Board of Trnutees as provided herein to
be elected and appointed.
FiFTEENTI-H.-It is further agreed that a compensation of Five dollars per meeting and
railroad fare shall be allowed each trustee attending a monthly or any special meeting ot said
shoard of Directors or Trustees. Their absence from said meetings shall be deemed relieving
sal Board from a paymentIt above escried. It is further agreed that to properly manage
said mining property the directors shall be empowered to employ competent help.
SIXETEENTH. It is hereby stipulated and agreed by and between the parties hereto that
this agreement shall not be obligatory upon any of the parties hereto unless copies of this
agreement shall be signed up and agreed to by the creditors of Tihe Sandoval Coal and Mining
Company, The Faimons Store Company, the Kinimntndy Coal Company, and Thomas S. Mar-
shall, other than thle bond or mortgage holders of said companies or said Thomas S. Marshall,
who are the holders of not less than ninety-five per cent in amount of all of the claims of said
Cemiranies and Marlhal other thlmn said mortgage and bond claims.
S.VENTR'EENTH.-It is further stipulated and agreed that this contract slihal be printe.l an l
a copy mailed to each cred tor, who shall endorse upon thle same the amount of his or her
claim, and slall in addition thereto attach thereto a sworn statement as to tlihe correctness of
his or her claim. And if this agreement meets with his approval lie shall sign one copy here
oi', thereby signifying his consent to the foregoing settlement, and ratifying and affirming the
same. Each creditor shall have a right to vote the annexed ballot for the election of the seven
trustees for the first year, and by signing this instrument lie will signify his choiceof the seven
candidates named thereon, or such other names as he shall substitute in writing thereon. And
this agreement, when so signed, shall be mailed on or before November i6th, 1906, to 1H. M.
Warner, President of the Old National Bank, of Centralia, Illinois, who was elected chairman
of the committee of seven, at the general creditors meeting heretofore held at Salem, Illinois.


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Amount of Claim,





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Dated this,.....----... (lday of November, A, D. 1906








Creditor.


BALLOT.


Instructions as to ballot: If the creditor desire to substitute other names as

trustees, he shall draw a line through the name printed on the ballot and write

in the name of the trustee he wishes to substitute in the space to the right.


C. E. Hull, Salem, Ill.


L. L. Kagy, Salem, Ill.


W. M. Fogler, Vandalia, Ill.


H. F. Pixley, Flora, Ill.


Jno. Robertson, Sandoval, Ill.


W. D. Richardson Centralia, Ill.


H. M. Warner, Centralia, Ill.


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