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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Scrapbook (newspaper clippings): 1902-1910
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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ad adom-c~ommon sense. i .It was one of .tle:
ablest State papers we hale' read this
i~~~iear.l The sugg~estions wver~e pertinent,
and, if studied by our legislators, would
give them some suoud civic ideas to~
upon. Thne judici~r'y .needs legislat ve
assistance, the educational sSytem, a~nd
there is not a- better one in the ScA ,
Sneeds finan1ZCial aid, and the tax prob'm
-reqxure ~seriors st~udy. We believe the'I
areabut~ o nt upon au r

er~ietced in our State, and this bvie
strengtlened~ by the knowledge that~v
have' a G~odi-nor in, fact as well as i
name, a nian who v~illl-not brook the in-
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. as admitted top~ractice at Bingha~mton,
15rsccticed ~lawT there ubjtilApril, 186r,
:practice of law.; re geivcgpthe degree
Iri held -aui offce tiptil ME'w~as elected
:on th'e adrmittance o~~tli tate; took his
4,.rS 6; and d~Tew the terra,'-ending Mlarch
full term, arid served utnt3Ppril ry, 15S2,
Prsdnt Arthu'r as Secretaiof the Interior,
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b s ,iar he emnigratedl to the State of 1'ashjingt~on ; lo~cated in Idaho ini 1583, where hi:haP
beenl onwared inl farmung and stock raising since; was elected State senator irt h91-
11ndI reelctel~ inl IS96; wi.as elected Ulnited States Senator January'E 28, 199: too1 IiS
seat Mlarch .1, 1597:. His terra of serviced; i expire Malrc~h 3, Io. 903-
FRED T. DUBORI:IS, Demcjrcat, of Black~foot, wasbord iin Ciawford iCountyl 11.., Mal
?9, 1.S51; receiv.ed-a pubhlic-;Choo' l and collegiaite eduncation, gra~duating tr-am Yale Co -
legeinl the eldis of 372; \r as ecretaryi of the boasrd of r3Ils.:a, and warehouise comals-
sion~ers of Illinois in i87 5-;F.; v e~nt to Idshol- Terntor? in r85Jandl- enogagedjn buisine-ss
w~aj United Statrs marshal of Idabo fromt A~ugist 25, 1.%2, till Septelmbfr 1, rISS; wa~s
e-lected to the Flftirth and Fifty;-first Congre-sise as a Republican D~elegate, being the
ljst Detewalt from? l the Territor,-, ha\-ing sricured' the adlm ijson of the: Territory' to the
Unin 07 Jly [q:; ws cha;irman of' the tirst delegation fromn- the new State toj
the Re~publicanl national convention held at R~luinneapi:lts, M~Inn in June, 1892; was
elected~ to the Unilitedl States Senate as a Re-publlclln Decermb~r IS, 1Sr90, fcir the term
ending- lrh3.IS97, njd,took: his seat Ma~rch .1, 1691; was1 chairman of the Repub-
lican delegattlinffroni-his Stirte to'tth national Rep-ublican convention at1 St. Louis, j
in 1596l, andl left the convention and the pairt when tibey; declared for the single
gold standl-ard~; in 1896r was the candidate of the Silver- Republicans of Idalm for
r~eelectionl to the Senate and was beaten after fou~r weeks bllotpng by the combined
Sv.:,lts of 1.he De mocrats, Populist4, a nd Republicans, receiv-ing.3o votes to 40 for Henry
-Haitfeld, was~ nominated In State contention iln 1900~ by the -Democrats, Populists,-
anld Silver Repub~licans, beIng classed? as a Silv;er Reppublican; w~aselected to the
Urnitrtd States Senate on the tirst ballot, receiving 41 votes;.against 27 for George .
L Shoup 31nd 1 for Jos C". RIChI, and took his tseat March 4; 1901r; after his election
M\r. D~ubratedeclared himself a Demlcrat and is a full member of that party. His
term of service will ex-pire M~arch 3 I-. 1917-
REPRESENTATIVE.
.r .:. AT LARG;E.

THOMA~S LOUIIS GLENNh, Populist, of MIontpelier, was born itzBallard Co~unty
I nowrr Calisle Coulty- I, Ky:., Feblruary- 2, i84;; was edluc~ated in public school an
took; a course at the Commercial College, Evani-\ille-, Ind.; was a member of Co
F', S ndj9~~Z eutucky Cavaslry,. C. S. A., John H. Monrgan's Brigade; w~as wound
batt]~t laount Sterling, I;y., June cy, rBF64, andl was captured and imprisoned
Trans~ Itlania Univerrityv, it Lexington, until September 9 of said year, w-herishev
paroled and weznt homle; never ret-uned to the army, as his wotind (his fight sbotilder
be-ing shattered I did not heal until iS6Sj, the nmr In the meantime ~havin clo~id;.
has been twice married--to gliss Lucretia I. Stcphefis, of Ballard County, Ky., Mlarch;,
II, 15;o, wholl died January 24, r593, and to H~iss Nellie Jones, Januaryr 27, 18495--and.:EI
h~a s.iz sans; nas elected.clerk, of Ballard C'ounty,, Kv;., in 18:4, and reeleclted-illj'z~F i
iSTS; wasj elected~ to the senate of K~entucky fro~m the Secoizd district in 1887'"far-.
term olf fo~ur years, and served in regular sessions of 1897tS-83 and ISS9-90c; in IT)~
was~ admitted to, the practices of law, which he has since pursued; was elected to~n;
Fifty~-seventhl Conlgr~Ss, receivinp 8,o~Sg votes on a fusion ticket, to 276,860o for
Mocrrison, Republican.

-ILLINOIS. a

SENATORS.
SHELBY' MOORE CULiLLOM, Republican, of Springfeld, was born in W
/7 County, Ky., Novrember 22, 1529i;,bls father removed to Tazese~ll County, Ill1.,.the
followingg year. He recetred an academic and university education, wenrt to Sprin!g-
. field in the fall of rl853 to.:study law and ba~SLnC~e'. residedathere; immediately .lj~l- upi
-receiving license fto ~practfide wa electerncity attorney; "onftinibi-arp'to p]~racticelwx~i
4 took~ his seat in tl' Ho~L;se of Representaitives in.18 as si Presidential eT~"fol'"'
SIn <856on the;Fillniore ticket; was elected~a member di Sho!!~i~fie ofs represez:i Vso
:,the Il'linois legislaitiire mn 1856. 1860, r872, add ,S ii sditWge
and in iS:3; wras elected a Re-presentative from TlIhno I'ibirt~hst
and Forty-tirst Congresfses serving fro~m D.cemb flhbl3I{
delegate to the national Republican convention at~ is i2(18 2, byael
man of the 1111uais dekRation, and placed:C n m iinominatioN
delegate. to the llational:,RTepublican convention chilisn~f- uz
delctgatio~n; wasige'e g overnor of Illlinois in8ce 8
servng- fr-om .j aiy IS'; until Fe~briarr~
bee~n elected to-fthe United t st. Senate to:









se menluag9 s~a~ menacr at r-t commtigol:tpMn agg.:o;ne
,lw eHraa" ad. L isrc will ear
W'II,I; IAAP ES "MASONV R~jFifiblican, of Chich ;w!as bi
Cattaraugus. county, IN.1'.; July :, 1850; iremovide 16h~khs paird
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T.r DISTRITG~j f
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I:Probititioidi~t aa idid #`~fii-,SUB k.lliam a.


d gg; was elected todth ~Fifty-.
'F~ty-seven th ~Congreis recei\-
mocrat, 899I for WVilliam P. F..
Collins, Socialist De~diocrat.


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1108ll~ ixistg 111i;- was educated ,at`'u~l~il shql Niagai'.~~j~ra Uiverity
aw-Sch~ol, radiatingiivitiif te'di e~of II BBfin~i897;:
nitl'ite:l +i~iiuQolbin Ghcint in,87 and'illliTio~isan ii*~~;~a as ected~t t
e entike ggradig~pr~r eddvisi j3i49 vof~tli Lrier
can ~!:797:Ior RaymoffillT. .ockihghamf~i V- ta
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I te brilrlant cvompgany grteetn EallMs usneqielovelyboil ar otm. oe csi~n
rmosta cordialy Robn' asie t g eg bolue. eamine gownmn,. ith dtbey
ThraaPe s Asociauntion. was natrally hands m hade embovldey. l*' Mc-riiit
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d~oelarrd the influene ofve the pres rentls.l aei rfsopal~tst
waes s bondlesost gas human thugh, onMistso Becklyn r Pkuear s or Vb rin
and ather~angs mofe its opelyraon ast far Mrmi. Jobu nny bl orgn
trhe useful inf ompatinof gethekge-as Miss Fitchg erald, itel wihlael Boson
(hryst odalze. Th ucin a rlover' bleg stin eamniue orwnams Edithted,.,,
Tbo brainya d chivlalrous Floir da fl ow r .an 188 9mriey
, editors, bt the -eat acodnd grahe ol' Miss DotSouti, white orgnde ete toM
her augtbr indthe airwome ofover pal buried Sttslk .:tukgand wocra
thes Dee Wtelom CIty. bhvlo lue Frnc rbbnflwes
Promnentamon theladis t at IVis g~antsppedgreen eamoire gowe
mayraed the soasion hchh~ velvet; ic andel esgant.damn
Mrs. arkhll the iuec o'tharin wifes onMiss NeleBck rpietrno
richl gsbowneds in Irisha croht ac*.t, Masa becklomngr palk andirich yed as
moutedonpal bue hifon o er pearls an lower s.l Equ.,'nnle
anc te of g foot rufs tosuporati a the cream Albatros, with p~':~oi~nt lae an
seame pfing s of bluae ciffor,:n funih- lch vy ;nd profusinr, very eauiu
edthe u eflbow sleeves, and a dra pingw Miss F tHgeay W i, nuns' e lng o er h
of ythied same acrossthen bust brangh ovare whe sailk. flowqero~s. Pt
uinde a are fuity ebowe knot. Dis-l Irs. Chlds, Duroprieto Sad Bedito
mond rnamnts. f 'Te Chgampio, Avr adia,~ Fla.. wore *
Mh rs. n Reees the ao mp lois'zd ah B~ esDtSodid kk it ,Duach e, n
wdifeofp Judgte L.eut J. Reve o te lace flwrsad erl.Its

circuit cout, b omng telyatired i at Mrs. Dr.g rawfoe rd, ear grey silk, ih
gra crpede ari cstue, with point aplque lacd e, cc r
gray Prhil h chionad art in emridery nlim slethetod stinguitshdor usd e-nn 'EM
ValHenciue lce .pearkil, ornets wa and the loriaPeswr the HatwCurLr~orn. ne
regular Paredisn Iown. Wrcetlc. B.t La bcmar.l attorney genera atc
Graham, ~ ~ ~ ~ e loke lie n rnes ams Ho. C.n B.Pakil. Hron.e mas,
amount on pae bV. A.f~n Bvz~lp, lount. Honer.JonWd, dl
gownrt of olde rode' ,ethy. Thend F.MoriUiedSaesIIrha*e
spoeial feat ur~e o to a eutgul toel- lify, M.H~ss .iones, H. Oac rawfd gress
laett wahns the artistigamanu In, ishecr by of stkte; A. (!" Croons, aouted
whic the elace iletvs, were m drhedn a rm D
and joied tom fcorm the gracefu flresgtD3 e le nhte ik dfeia r o'ine
endnseepn t lrain hufold perlorna- the8 Cica.pYpr~ oalnd e or
Mrs. Mcrna earywi of the 1100.on H.aiFl. oe
ly attired blin aik handsome crepe d
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REiPRESENTATIVES.
[RepubUignan, ,.]
Frank L. Coombs, R. 4 Julius KabU, R.
Samuel D). Woods;, R. 5. Eugene F. Isoud, R.
Victor H. Met-calf, R.


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F. E. Stevens Hienry,-P. .
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Igovernor~rn -wh hasdvoted 'his
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f .the people as~ has WIJiaim.'S. JE~n-
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. gbybmrua he has shown: what be can
' ldo fqr the- paoijle. As' a member of~
I;he Florida. C~otessio~nal delegation.
the :jenatc, hE; Lould do work for ;
Satate that liould reflect credit'
onthe people who sent hi tere

j i.he will, have accodD~lshed a are.
arianyy at or- man halS OVEr done
~there in four earj, anid at is buit Idue
~him--thaxt his gcaviceS should be re-
warrded, and. the people give him an
opportunity to expand ?Lnd dezmin-
trte pwhat he o~n do in a sphere in
hl there is much wat~k to be done
grFlorida.
Bothl of the gentlemerit here named
aD governor an~d UrTulid Staesisena~-


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Henry? M. Teller, of Colorado.
Thomas S. Martin, of Virginia.
James P. Taliaferro, of Flonida.
Anselm J. M~cLaurin, of Mlississippi.
Murphy J. Foster, of Louisiana.


John IKean, of New Jersey.
M~ocse E. C'lapp, of MIinnesota.
Henry E. BLITI1118, Of Newf Hampshire.
Alfreb B. ~ittredge, of South Dakota.
John L. M\cl~aurin, of South Carolina.










































































































































































































































































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a cloical Survey. -',
Hernando D. Money, of 1Wiisissippi.
.1 .. n Joseph L. Raw~lis, of Utahl.
Francis Mg:~iFo ,ll of Missouri.














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~tie sl~ittes, byu ,~i~ Sermice and Re~trenchment.
0 indieeueened artd- ition and Labor.
makd noi~i,~i.. a;ti, Aff ir .eilamatiou of Arid Lands.
urth 'has .rafhi di tUFactures
Soin 'as;tut politically' i.' geep, 6 tr ffi
if they just kineir wheree the .goxPf fi Railroakds.
Oceaic Canals.
~a at thbey could;'qlake.a slitte that
be le6ry ife~U .1yoken..:8i Ko sryAfa~irs, chairman,
t Defenses.
ongresrnan ~ ~ :1 Dai -nst nd Insular Survey.
~!and ithat. P. Tapperro w -oceanijc Cankis.
ej~in United ,States senator, ari -cads.
at'l N. C.I Stockton also want to. be talEpsios eec.
bied States ,aenatcors,; and that J.,. Nulur and Forestry.
,-s Fran~k;Clarri~a ad a.all'.do~ieni a~~ S &1r Branches of the Civil Ser
igrlan, tp. he don feasmdit f:,rom ah~;~rl~,d~nAd Reclzamatron of Arid La nds.
oil Foriadisritbut n6 e are rual ts.
ih what .Jannings ~antd,. qud Jan- c Lands.
lsrl.Bnieting same` merital anlety mael Ex bitions 1 Select).
'some persons by his $ileque to his,
.plns --, ay, chairman.
~.planossed Bills.
very evident that the .governor nine the Severjal Branches of the Civil Set
~a ull tha4t ainiars st~izid inia fe ege and Elections.
Eljey would :not. be ,aso anxiou to clinow tin ih aaa
7h -e wants.. .It must be agnsolizg to;
Ieng to-king :t~ha t~d~ hom rity Conference, chairman.
h re ognize tha his lish the University of the United States.
wort somues. Wd aus n Affairs.
-see the~ir anxi p ary.
,politically..on thie at~,~: tig.
'P ..iV1 :ytioins writh Canada.
-:' "., ~:. trial Expositions ( Select).


vice.







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JONES, of Nev;ada.. .. .


To Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the
Senate, chairman.
Commerce.
Finance.
Public Health and Nationlal quarantine.

Geological Survey, chairman.
To Audit and Conltrol the Contingent Expenses of su~
Senate.
Claims.
Foreign Relations.
Interstate Commerce.
Private Land Claims.
Territories.

National Banks (Selectl, chairman.
Foreign Reserv'ations and the Protection of Game.
Indian Depredations.
Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands.
MIines and M~ining.
Pacific Islands and Porto Rico.
Public Lands.

Standards, Weights and 10easures (Select), chairman..
Claims.
Establish the University of the United States.
Forest Reservations and the Protection .of Gamle.
Interoceanic Canals.
Patents.
Five Civilized Tribes of Indians (Select).


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lusular Surrey.

as organized in the Di trict of Columbia.
Col umbia.
h the U~niversity of the United States.
3ings and Gro~unds.
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is a:Sr Wmirlb~ e
in offical si~l'ot; is.pri shown .t~hen i the
ilefenders of ahbuses .a~u ~t ~i. oBr rtrid r~'
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.*fNot so aith the ~:rp~ses of.te snict
p2~lain people, howeverr,. llThe know-.1tdeyk
lito~be an unassajlablh- facthLt that 1'erk~ i
verfy effort of .Govelrk' f Jenningsnr :ut eysth
.troigbylt his otlioicali.casreer ha li howelif-e .~
edin the iterest-of ai~the pe ple ansa. the ih
an hat every tax-payerin oFloid a,- aftrin neeking
wi-tjhout anyI (3rass or 'distinction; has dvf a:
iien. uniformly dealt wif,~; ,4E as- the .~V 8- B. 0
-~ trdibbs of- ev-erj i n terest andl every lim. seekifg~
peerson who p~ays t ies Idn unliforin~- .to all 1 ot
ilessenepd. The people kno.- that I/oiiw.'k and ria ni
b electing WV. '8, -Jerifhig~s to the jticut panhP9
I lified St~ates Se-nate, thdy will bare I h.Mkdi
ei~esentative in that b~ody mho is Ing dily 1
;i 6t .,afraidto~ support A aggressively ove R
d3~a.,fidfend~'b unlnhmgyteiter- onhe
it.oi al thi-e peple~ and not mer~ely ue s e
e~oa powerful and favored Jewv. ('"'' e c .4 0th.~
e knew that .. S- Jenniggs as theppiia
Mo> will contin udi~ti admirable ti gv
leof W..R. Jen~itiigs as'aoar- ing zil~~~irf"si~PY~ted
y iving fa~~ithI cfidberence ,l heb
-demooirntle foirmls and ]
useffortl t'sece th .erdact- han, ia. Tlllr i C lc~e rf Georgicl
6~a.we in 01 De thtfere. sa. Johln C. BeLl, of Colorado.
r L_~- Rice A. Pierce, of Tennes4see.
nlhcelnas E Benitoni, of alslssori..
grQe ~ilt~si ,t a Der Georgre WI. Taylor, of Alabaman.


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-1 .hae readl with Intei s~t th~
' 4 ut my~b~t't dpc: t o 1 opi~00Imitteep
~hey Say, a ay aai~r rekid'e~n~ los~led fs Jafie
justly tils. -~~~te inem ier e%.t4 1
f ~~ ilstue ofl Wailes' lclailt -anat l
le 1 luJ~ry ~without i.f~singrid tji fu
are are som ~e ~~ithk to ~ a would, nake red~ii~d: a 'ver'dieE 1
ei Star cannot. uilderstilarldiid~: ; 1 ac
eiit actions of out Stath lei .~fl
Thi~ere nas 'not hcm'ear a'amagn..fo p an
years in which a~sp~iggits ~foi legisla- I::t-would -bya,;n
tLve. honors have not asservera~ted on psychologyy ~to ab
the aj~ymp witu .de tervor.e o neg-- rlepudlators ilj., th go
pliytes that this.oltd Confederate: v~irP itheys chaiige':;la!ces t9
erans who b~attled so brisvely~for' Thrand haive the lb'tate .4.
constitsulozial rig-LS of' the Stlh contract In bailk p I&
were *'not only Firorby' of our hge those passing-pnj~
rSespect., but a~ their old .age and -fee- ypou unlessfy
bleness of body, -the Stdte. shpould ce~nt. from- ir
throw. over thein ttaie aegis Strif r for." We~lJiky
ze~ction. and: care- iai-seseen19t ~th~e races of a
to dpresporisiveralibrd. -- ~in ei conditions.,1
sheart~sand to t all Had ,Tne ~St'ar d@ e~
alet It -be: done. .. thrieastsi buti : :*. in
ut in the face~of all this ,a bill~ is ~casbe and ,is the
eddown to-grant a penp isib~h-l .: are beginiipng'
ktnonth to Gerferals .Finley~~L~ M~ Ti $4lk casei ,eg
ler, who haie. long since ?doiing: into ot
thrs spore years and (~qen em oli
the brink i~of .ue gra~ 4, square r
aged. dependence aeteIimtanel
their relatives, when ~it. is ~thie nd I eM$E;;n
duty and.sbould BeS the n igh privilege@ in'
of ~the Sitate which tebey. H~aVe so lhie- of Florilda (q ~ I
roically served, to..provid8e or r WI:Ppale l es' c
temnporal needs.. tac?-
Again, and along this .line, 'the e $ 4 .
:-sam~e candidates for .political honors A DEBT O
Frnd emoluments, scat0. fijtth.n ve- 1 The Senate ysr
:cy:.o spirit, that tohched ~the sense and appropriating .$-!lI;t
honoi* of every hearer thart:die adm- mentC of what is
;monsealth should' deal with jastleil Be~ard claim 6re
an~d equity towarari all dren, esellY ear ago -In.t
a uld every pl dge and contrc that led to thit .ai
inade by .the State~be limited up to anIndian War- GIi.
jult~illed to the very, letter of thee~qzg Fhi B6iz ~di
K R,theg. did alwea on the :~nor o oerpopsiioe
pdt..proBiud .sovereignty, and hatl notnoIlyomt ad i
gifid act should be~n t- tai nt -iti glor !Jeied; and oingdeb'
aild noble t* Ith't even. 9 Wgas partici by the,
th-o sitspicie .~(~P if presto r~rlie mebeth of ,A
I; from rTallahaissee are tan, or f; Hi in
ace' of rient eaeh
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:~'dt879, Vitep: Ihuiork d~oine -u8
-General -rb h~e' fomid tion'~l.ilp w)
m.thelleg- sIebs Mu'nt' .fforts r~eh d. 'th
;oitti .S8;. :I LT1 erii. W i'a&i.~iiie~ rb8 thb6e~
:r~l.-~e ~ce ia in: Ci ture it o -ma~k~ia 'cnt'rai e 1~thr
ag~e ilid Mr .'o.tie -settlie zdeg

ad~l crdi o
Ing: .ns.n~ip~ nie ,i~ ;Yia
gIP Jint le to.15:. pec. qept.i~~ .UnL::'
motitinvolved~ h.nesa~.ildul b~;
fofflae servica-enarepa;e &ha,~i
~j~~~:~::i~~,,~':~~;:.!-lium :penetierincilrred jt:~~ and:@Pnq'.
e lT l ingd mjsai-is~ijak 1 !
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fl~o~pE~ in7h bh l e. g;Pr'a rteu av b~i~~i~Qi$eirpe~i
jas ba i ris yff; ou
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~jiis~iia C J~:;~~lo~~;. ej ail: AN'THIPSGL?
ud jia1 ro Cerai mem berli'o -'lt he Sthte:
@ 2ee li i- te are'just now pladi'ing-hemself
r;b i~ntrm oou n the unenviable. any 'd~isgraceftiP~
tl.gl~e Rf 11 am in~u~~~ de of declaring thai~t af obligai!
idb~ljars,.:so taLT~hi:' ntract inade 60 ey~ii Sca'e.adfE7
:ugiy~q~ 1..,; tree .zio"Sbr b Qa onj
Urre written. Bfy vbtiji~jg: ie!s
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fle prda C. C.'W~lso~ ,, 1W
c impose the minor* ,ini
8~'~ii':t! judleiary commnittie, i
~i' ~~is t IVIr. Wailes should ropi
i~ly ,000,g i for his services b rs
a the cbotract made a~nd, chtered~ ufaLc otlethr
takeerithe' St te ofi Florida] is atlon v
ntleman, ad which has neti~ ha oep
b-pgated ip any mannot, caiJ'LL; L
~'paym int.: 3pittim offil~ftdds opri ..~
~'the :~total amount wdiCl0 ie 4 Ltest
' ito collie 'from the nla~tofl~j:1F I o~.Pr t~t;L E
me nt.' ?1 -. tLT
e 'estima ~gentenents Dilda a %n~t
iin;a dep ,h~ole of. n' s at
I-deir!Ato ishy lt


omhplission .elarmeqd by7 Mr.i S. 7- Cla
; .~:1n,;otbei*.~words? they. tabl age
i~. Lewis- th pa V wallig~ sai
stuse `to haff~l rLhe money ove: Ltori
is'ribt :dnl dirant lpji~otj e in~
wmis, but it 8 ra~rik iito' dulatend~ ge,
I-:vailes .;.. : Of
;.the Indrlitzi Wh~ii f01dima~~i4
states- governme .~~i
idrii -of Mr. WhCil.le .tti 4 a
ted agett, is' plal fr 10
h~ias a, valid editrad hat
y5; p,erformed 4[6 fe i
,That tie should -e tl
oi* dollar and -c~jt':t c:
tir: -am'ourit'-r ofi~' ~ ~ t
~Iphe canniot .be, vlz~~isp~s
iii bill,'' to wantonqp esema
a~i~ re -of anth "ftis a rre oo
Jied~ an. sec el ca se

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1. 4 4& & & 4 E xrcLati and great credrt is due~ the local com-
ines 31i rrittee in ebharge.
The members of he Florida Prress ittee 0~ Among the distingulshedl guests
Association and a rge party' of In- Frs. from other paits of' the state and from
v-ited guests -spent yesterday' on a nittee 0 Pensacola were, Governor William S.
pleasure trip around Lbe bay. Thc!y Jennings, Secretary of State. H. Clay
assembled at Palalox wharf shortly ,i Can Crawftord, Attorney-General W. B. La-
mar. State Comptroller A. C. Croom,
after P o'clock in the morning, and qucer T Sate Senator Pred T. Mlyers, Collector
at g:-10 cast off the lines and headed ~arbo-r of' Customs John E. Stillman, Deputy
for the navy yard. As the steamer Collector W. A. Allen, Postmaster Rix
Columbia left the'wharf, Prof. Chaf/ Ml. Robinson, City\ Clerk WF. C. Jones,
fers s '$er popular brass Inand dis- Hon. J. B. Roberts, Hon. A. M. McMil-
coursed popular airs. lan. Railroad Commissioner Henry E.
The weather man had predicted Currre DayV. Hon .W. B. Wright., Harbor Mas-
sqlually\ weather the previous night, ious I ter David B. Sheehan, Com.. Wm. Baz-
but the day dawned bright and beauti-, zlell, Captain T. E. Welles, J. W. Bul-
Sful, with a stiff breeze in shore, which Ilard, Miss Katherine Bullard, R. E. L.
created a noticeable swell, causing in th, 'Daniels, J R. Keller, F. C. Horton,
some~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~f ofrs th aiso tepryt lo on Wlrd Captain .F.Zzan
vepry solemn, and owing to the rough ;gbt~r wifdeos, Mrs.F. Mele, is B Besshie
w~eather on the outside the steamer did6 in Lnesrth at hs.B aki
not venture over the bar, but went IDr. Boulter and wife, Capt. S. C. Cob'b,
far enough to receive a few samples u"s, ch rs. H. B. Grabam, Scott M. Loftin,
of hatba might be'expected. ,rs. H. E. Horton, E. W. Peabody, Tismes-
On the way to the navy yard, Gover-irs. Union andi Citizen, Jacksourtile; T. J
Dor Jennoings stood on the upper deck in. Appleyard. Florida Index. Lake City;
and w~as informally introduced to many, H. H. McCreary, Sun. Gainesville; J.
of the brethren of the quiL1 and the Claim W'. White. Fraternal Record, Jackson-
ladies in the party. He was~i to Ieluor'Tr ville; J. W. Caldwell and son. News,
spirits and had a pleasant word forl Canal Jasper; C. L. Bititager, Star, Ocala;
all, and seemed to take deep interest IFred L. Robertson, Register, Brooks-
in the sights and scenes of the trip I- ville; Miss E. Nellie Beck, Courier-
Attornoey-General Lamar also came in rs Iformant, Bartow; E. G. Mack, News,
for a large share of attention, being a ewahbitdhka; Philip isaacs. Press,
popular man among the journalists. resses; Fort MyIers; Daniel Grillis and daugh-
andi of a commanding physique andl ter, Advocate. WSestville; Geo. W'. Wil-
military bearing. htson, Times-Union and Citizen, Jack-
Arriving at the navy yard the party sovile Sumpt L.Lwy Suhr
was landed,~ and made a tour of inspec- 11sl Pythianao Tampa; D. E. Thompson,
tion of the various buildings and in- Record, St. Augustine; Mr's. Sal-
tricate machinery, under the direction Ilie E. Cummings, Rambler, DeFuniak
of one of the head men in charge, and sing. ISlrings; Oliver J. Farmer and wife,
the various machines were.opei~ated- s anli?`ianes.-Democrat, Bronson; Chas. F.
'showing the weirk they can accomplish iBurgman and daughter, Preedom, Sea-
Just before the tour of inspection was breeze; Frank L. Mayes and. wife,
completed the governor's salute of tee on JJournal, Pensacola; T. B. Hitson and
seventeen guns was fired in honor of w ife. Da~il Capital, Talalbassee; W. E.
the distinguished _guest. Foreig Pabor. Pineapple, Pabor' Lake; John
The importance of Pensacola in sidetoi es R. Willisie and wie ul foster, Cegag
naval and maritime matters is not gen- KesW.. hlyadsteNw
lerally recognized, and even in official Gainesville; A. R. Parrish, Metropolis,
circles it is surprising bow little is Miami; W'. Hic~kman Carter, Florida
known, when as a matter at fact, this iz 1 Sdchool Journal, St. Augustine; John
navyg pard has many advantages that D~enhapm, Pres Pensacola; QlR artene
cIannot be equalledl by any other Uodi. as. ae rsPnaoa ...Gre,
t~ted states.navy yard, and'it-is only ?regMetropolis, Jacksonville; Mrs. 'Neva
i since the Spanish-Ame~rican war that C. Child and son; Chamlpion~, ~Areadi
the government has come to realize its eien Frank Horton and wife, Deoutdinty
many points of superiority-, and only esc NwAada.h.YMl ,N s,
recently congress passed an appropria- tc o Dunnellon; W. Hi. I ene Reptibli-
tioni of $-10,00,0 for thle improvement of can, Carrabe~lle A..;G Mqq~ Tmes-
the slaire. It enjoys the .disthliction Courier, r"la'~ ~x. na.. I-;T~~

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:i ran attempt prk'"rdde .t land
1 Frt Branes, ut oowig to.
Ibeavyg sea, could be plade, andt
prow. was turned or Fort Picke
IEr~le an ampl beon was serv

,polsd the party., and it is needless to
IShy that tbey did it ample justice.
~tibe menu comprised clam chowder,
Fried fish, salad, coffee, gumbo, etc.,
land after satisfying~ the inner man
Ispeeebes were made by some of the to
distinguished visitors. After the I~n
speech-mak~ing the party boarded the
steamer andl returned t~o the wharfh,
arriving at 5 o'clock. It was the in -
tendjon of those in charge to ba~ve n
visited the life-'aving station, but it E
w~as ascertained that the landing was
toio risky and the tr'ip was abandoned 1
much to the disappointment of many
of the party. Taken altogether, it
was one of the mnost delightful trips r
hbat the state editors ba\e ever made. 22ii

S*Quiter a~large n~uarer.of a citizeqns.
and voters of y~pesirjill preriFit 'wfrealls
lout a~t the political meeting i~n 1906on
day night to h~e~ir GF W.. ni~6ngsi irs
Florida.'s -popullgr gprerno :t ~:an .ai
.date for ThitedrStates seinat~:;~~ri!:. @ls
t~he politleal issues o Onie, ay@i ~P..
Inle~is~were toithe.frontal;shejr a iq
-are when it, coinese, to 'decorating ti
fixing -up for_ such pochaionsh Ibe:
house. was nicely: ..lightk( :aid~ -th~
s~peaker's stand. decoragte? with roqs
Bud- other'beautiful flavird~rs vn-e
Governor's picture wa ,~'sl~;~debotat
*4-ane grass and*(rros a '~-Go~r erit~.S~d~
ni~ings'. speech wsasi I tncd 1,p~
grea~t.iriterest -and he :-nade ti aev~ n
Impression. on..the :people~p9


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I.utsli--hedl byf the gen o* wh6 it.
*4 dre' 1 m brief,* an uns
qualified~~~ '910ote of.he Lfagoj pjlat-,
o~rnl, .anod I. mis.6d. b~t"sfln h
pathiggttlcon of W.~ J. r~ni 9(i o
:ifr;i. a logi~an co:nclusypu..;bbut l.dule tr$
i}ilm as thed greatF--:t- rEpreRSepTatiive of indt*
:RlBtfo~rm. To rllgate turr; would 'be-- fo
lrelegate the plpyatfrm ardr;torelegaste.(he
,ptqifoi~rm *25 ti,o surre'i~k Ur i.t Democratic
pa rty tro t he Rt pulilica n- pjr a ."
O' (PPOSED TC) JIMPERIAI.,ISM. .;" (
**Judgef w~hat ideas dol you h.-,id] ort.telf
t'h/* goloey of ri1e.i amirustra.tslort at*1ash

Ajm. I favo~r a law re--tricting pauper im-
migraittron, and t-he po:licyj thc -adtnnestra-
rion is pursuing is to ajnner millsolcs of
tha clsi t popl unerthe forma of.
is~nprialism. I thinke it ia-nalso derrtr~imenta
.to usc intere-ste o~f our own~i government.
It causesp us to keep nn exzpengle~ stand~l
a counitry:a riht An be 1,nhab~it~s i MC~ ,
iterr chitish~il,. 808 l76lie Te tifact those
ps;rj ple ar~e Ltriled- r-c:the- ram :ibilQpenTi
anci (tilt fil; yltomifed Ci';ba..~
';."\Thats is you.OpT )ituOn as. to the
of the wgrB'" ,e.I
"I *illO nt thihkit i. founilded .Upon jus-i~
tiie. for th- i:aln.ot thlat;:thire-hasebeeno nod
ac~t g Congres3 tp ).aSutliorize <1e luring:
arTHE CUBAN. QUESITION.
-"Are you indfnid to`'faid.r the ar~inex
(10.n off..Cuba or thet complete 'ifilillmeht
of r~ur pirQrrige of perfctl independenCo ?
..T amn'iri rfatof.i' o(the .compliate (llfilif I~
merit of.ocur promi-ff of iri;lesseriderfee; 1
wanrkt, ite i itns are evenitred''fo 1919e a
ipubicr to .t malihesc. ThP'aritcaioatc
of 10@ Ijland wqould.be deptrimefital:to trie
mh. .,2, n~ireccs an,> proppe }Ly of Foy I
~ada. Jt'lwoild necessarily inc~re-asetheld ek
1 ensfo.ouri Sta.ti govertimefnt in kee~i~ping
our )ellow- fever andl n-ou1<1 lybird' tb<
he~Falt~h of the .11eopild of Florida. j nl*injt
woulathl lgreb; `andiin~ ;.yd;U 't~ ~e1
the_ materiar&l.,intate'Z D tas soL sh
would~ .as .,depIse. the.,gosen
larg~eiource. of revenue~g'Jai 9E irketit-1, eti
ahidulcy.Dear Lairge Ijifo >cirtion11: f .thbu.
denl of ,taxation. Ingd l tally; -,i r rwriuld.
prarctically,. caus /the rentpval of -the 'cig it
trianuif alct-uri ng:1,ridu stryd!no w so .'p:~rospr-
oJu4 in Foloridaand; such ini E-mBlem 2o
.sttengthn, back to, the raland of Cuba-'
CPOP~SED "f' o TRUSTS.;;E.
.Judge, how i10 o.il~zrt JfragoEdth us as~
.tley are now. arveloping"?, -

acfare o~ 't he ';oljn~tr.' ..
.';What polic;y woilld gcrizitrol :o:u,:ri .28
a~neral way, if BIeClated' Gover~.no~r?"`l.~. i~
111 wjul isirsi uponh r-dne onamy'ti~
of the' State, reconunend ar liberal po p!
th. as t e lna idons 16ir~e' raji

free srholar lhty far Blria lu e)Lt,. oth
grch ico my 0lj eachi of our St to ib tftir

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STATE CAT .~~FCi~S ~ j
"Judge~-; as3 to the control1 of State, con-

'.I fl;'nr the leasii ptem, but I be-Sr
Ile'"e its a differFnt s m from the on

i;o hame- i c;-ntrrl hendquartrern fojr

where' aUl tF dlecrepit and sickr sholubl b tfa\ .
pr~operlyl cared~ for. an1 thr- able;-bodirodi
arnlcE rease-rl io: iworth tij. al:'c~v
Yvoul faVlj lib. rHl Denblons to disabled .s
and~ incligerit 6.vi-Co~..tifederateh Bldier~s andrs
.ie- .? re 9

THE SUPREME COU~RT. a
**Juiigr, the iongtezrd condition of tiel t
docikrr of thle Sllprcmr Co urt ir attrscting -
.1 ,Trcat de-tia ofatte.ntiion ICoul ;oui it.- r
JlIrcat art. sp. lclift measures tha.t yJu
r;ou~ld re~-commejndi to the~ Ltegislature Ifor\

"I shojuld su~gget to the LegidaltuTr
thatr the neicssity' was sl gr~eat that re
lief cas immediatEly demlandrd, fojr I be-
Hieve that the rCEUit of thr; conditon of .g
thie I-lcltckt of th~e Supreme Corurt has been
as Irs~jllrse..a to the urrop. rty Involied in
Iitsaioniin. In the loP; of".'alues, as our
flteze., Th;I rElic-f oul~d bE reached b' ann
incrre are of the number of 3udges~. !.1
coruldl also be rcmedieid byj the- enau~merit
of 1 general law 'creating coulnty course in
ea~ch iount,, the Circulit Court having ap-
p'llate ju~risak.Elots o\'er such caseP, which
wouildj~ thu reliev-e the Supreme C'ourt:
"I al4Io ia'.or tna creation of at State
aboard of eqlualization. onder such a. plan
as ~an cet forth~in the-.bill introduced in.
thle sessions of the- Lcgilaturre in 1693 and
li4E.. 11eb ha'e, In my o-plnio~n. $30.l.Or)jD,r).]n
v~ofth of pr~pert:. Iothe- State' that ought
ro be 1ssessedl, and o~nl!- about 365,000,000i ip
rl.0 be found on the tax. boo~ks.' -
**I se rthat thie treasurer reports a con-
stant siirplusa in the treasury od' several
hundrel thoursand dai~lars?" -
Soime of those funidP are tr-ust-funds,
but ouitside of thlje I do-nor [.favor aliyl
surplus In thei treasury.J I think the- en!-
culation should be carsfully. made to keep
the w~arrants at par, and no surplus. 1Yg -
nre- clrlr-llg bo~kur 531l)00,000-al the time,
when a rruch smaller sum would be sur-
citient to paY all d~emandsa as they ac-
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