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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: March 13-31, 1905
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: March 13-31, 1905
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Subject: Broward, Napoleon Bonaparte, 1857-1910.
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CAPITAL $1.000,000.
W. F COACHMAN, President.
W. S. JEN N I NGS Vice President
ARTHUR F PERRY VlcePresident
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My dear Sir:

ThF: Ejaet.10a;t suit in Dasooo n':unt-. il..: itutno.'

John 7I.binIlone a "ueRntel~e e of the Cr!un~tees inct IT-.l.iits ".0., sr

the! Ir-.;iislrtive l''ii-1 grants macde to the~ Gaiinvill67_~,e,001.- :: '

Charlotte H'-r'ror 9ailway Co., which name ams (ch;n,.r- to tha

FIilorida Southlern RaiLlsay' Co. in Des0ot Co~u~t~y. is 8t for" t'.'.I' 1

on .Tun~sday of next weetik. aebmpe.- r .asa eet

fooets concerningl t.100F land' PPrants ..'th n '.'.:~-:.1.00f-oe't

bearingc- on th~is cs e and a I..rn--nnon-:In bri-"' of the 1ne )olits In--

voly~ 2ndj. -ill. iproom~i tonill;!t. or tornol;-a-r to join Iron. T.L.

Clelle~''~. an Jd.. p--0ne-=E rr such? a8ss.istnnae as I: canl oni

b-t;?.17 of the 1,inlitiff in sustamling :n s-I t~RuSbtea tile ~inst

those of thet yrilrose~. elellen:tS I: have ~-'n nl ;.~kji n L foesr20

Bre i anover thle o~~ne and. hadr a conf-'"CP 100 i~: Mr. )I

P.r n terdlay in -r-ich I: -.i:;at;--~tci thrtd :.i'-- o.S ;~ir 1 01

shoulld also atttene" this trial. no I :!in=-n it or so ini;83 jlnoma~l~nce

in vie-j of the hope t~ t;.~ r"al **!l b- ~c ~----full in 1;E auit and.

any~ ;st a case :involv~il: the3 pointss contone.:rl.F! i for'by f. I~t~Rust '

;Isfore our Savlr!em!e cour~t. in th~c naor~ fultu *0. I klRvef b---m'l. theo

Irprepration of a bill to rep~al all. cth- s: cial land. gr:at Taa-

ture~s of th~e various acts of t'.0- l.l:1ture s~ince 1179 an~rli haver

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W. F COACHMAN, President.
W.S.JENNINGIS, VicePresident .R .~
ARTHUR F PERRY. VlcePresidenl.3; l ;ntIi l, f lr
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not been type -i it ten nowr in thle butris~ of theB typ'-)rtllT on, nd, f 0.-

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draft.

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a book continuing all thes drainage lawis 0.2 te- variou-:: R~tstntnda

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J. G. ASKIN, Pn theoENT. r .M AIVc-asoN.G .N VLE ~~s$ N era


7ankl arf punnellant

DUNNELLON, FLA. 5/13th.r 1905.


Hen. W. J. 3ryan.

Jacksonville. 71s.

Mr. Qearr Sir:-

Torur farer liarek 10th, to hantl, with 'letter frm GOv. 3rewa-' -

It ealselest I thanlk you, for your kiaA exprresicas sen~tainedL thefbC la.

fepyint ~to that portion ofi yent letter regarting Mr. West's eanti offorr

President of~ Senate, )eg t* ariser you, that it I am Iermitted to reait,a

a rete rn this question, It will be pylQease to sit Mr. West in any way I

eas. I[ appreciate your effer t* r14 mes in ab~taining my seat in the --II*

genate if Mr, Brewna IeeiQes to make sentest, aI ~this is all new tl me Ik

will appreelaat anythinty that you might be ablr e to Ar fr m. I trust---

you will eeavey to Gas 3~reardl that I am wI ith the adInsPtra~ies sat-

any prressre hae n bringC to b~Zig, with the enarte skeult MLr. 3res make

fight will le appreeiated. At~ain thanlking you for your kinA expgressrion

and treatiny that. I be1~ of hel to you.


I beg to remain.,



OT'ou ~a ry truly.







LAW OFFICES
B3RYAN & B3RYAN,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


Tdarch 18th, 1905.

Governor E5. Br Broward,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Mry dear Sir*:-

Enclosed herewitht I. return letter written Mr.e McLin

by one Dave Henderson. Upon investigation I find that Dave Hender-

son is a negro whko was cauGhtL building a fire urndct Mrs. Fozzard's

house. At the time his case was brought up for trial in the Crimi-

nal Court, not believing that he had anty intention of burning down

the house but was either drunk or crazy, I announced no bill in his

case, whereupon the Judge remanded him to be examined as to his sani-

ty. It seems this was never done, although a. petition was filed

signed by Mtlessrs. Vinzant, D. T. Grayr and Br P. Blryan, and, in coni-

sequence of no action having been taken by the County Judgle onl sucht

petition, he has, I suppose, been kept in jail awaiting such action.

I have, however had him released by the Sheriff today~.

My~ failure to enclose chelck as stated was due to an over-

si :ht and, therefore, I berewiths enclose~ same+

iYouir ulnderstraindingo o~f the Ferry matter, as stated in your

letter, is the sane as mine,:

Enclosed herewith I send you letter received pfro Dr4i J.

G, Basking of Du~nnellon, Florida, newly nominated Senator fromn that

Senatorial District, in answer to my letter written to hima, copy of

whiob I believe I sent you. The newly nominated Senator's letter

has the right ring to it and I believe he will be a good member of

the next Senuate should he be seated instead of your wrhilom friend,

"Contortionistic Mioney" Brown of Mliami. I believe that it would be






r P. BRYAN .JBRA
LAW OFFICES
EBRYAN & B3RYAN.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 2



a ood idea for youb to drfop Senator Baskin a line telling him that

5 had sent you Senator liaskin's letter and that you would tak plea-

aure in, acting in compliance with his wishes.

As to the school book question, 9: am preparing a document

for you which I will send you nsot lator thain M~onday, under separate

cover, in which I go very fully into what may be saved to thie heads

of families who 'cuy books in the State of Florida.

Please accept congratulations on your campai gnl corita ii1:on

on the land question being~ sustained by Juidge ::'all. in the recently

decided case of M~alone versus 'Younana. The questions involved in

these cases, wNhile somewhat similar, are of such magnitude th~at they

are going to require a great deal of research into the authorities

annd very careful thought and hard work in order to presentC them91 to

the various judges. Governor Jennings and 1ll your other friends

w~-ere very much elated over Judg~e Ialoners victory.

Should there come any letters directed to me at Tallahiassee

in your care, please have themz put aside for me as It wi~ll probably

be in Tallahassee some time during next weeksr

With best wishes and regards,

Youirs veryr tr~ulyg



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97. H. MOO0RE, Pa~rasiNTcr.
q S. Mralb,N VIce*PREsTDENT,


i. W~. RICllHADRON, SEORRTARY.


C, II. TIITTTT`T(:, TRT"ArrRER.
I'Pt*S. 9lt NittlonllR Hallik, Ht. I.4)utir.


VICE-PRESIDENTS.


IC.1ECTl'I'01V HroArt ).
wV. H. altronte. renersinany.t
H1. W. Imrlnousnse, Prouse*r.ny
U. II. Hor!r~rin, Tue~aascann.

Director, nform P u ttl~, nel, I. .t~s.. T. Way. lvatin.(!.

I rI I*Yr DU AND
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CAUTEo Iv A W*OON OR IRn inc vEn A\ mtO-a
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sTITLs NCIRnYTylC r)Mns a esareael-N 1WANT~o
or LURorn Io M~I?1 > AN count. IONNAtor as
TAnM "RnUISs usr ea womng Rcan


A~LASKA, CrOV. JOHN .i LIRADY. Sitka
AL;ABAMA, JOHN UIRAFT, Mobile.
ARlzowA, B. A. 'ACKtARD, Bishee.
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M\oHTANA. F HI I: I. H elena
NBrAnSKtA. I-F** I I. *'TEN+ Lilleolll.
Mr ?i.',i e;.,*FIN "i \PI.- ('atrson Lity.
as..* 1- *11 -re t i., I I'- *Ii. S. COLIIN SN asr]Itua'
NEW JER(SEY, H. 1 1 *--* Tr.1.enton.l
NEW n3EX1bo, F. tI. :'Ifi'i**F !rl- \' r..
NEWY ORKI, ZRANK Z 1ii..**\. -in. I
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His -colloncy I, B. RE. E.~rd


CLTill: r?303", 1
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Dear Governor:


mci;L cord-i~l.iy ui-;


firn Lr?-c rtdvisul-y roiilrnii;ts;-~ ~r


Lle e,-. ,' yecz~ au l:iis ar~ novs ~iic:;


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th~e service of Good


noera, hsl!l zonven"ci.ozia tL.i.il. ii!.l~!::ILLi


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THE RATIONAL GOOD1 ROADS AssocunToN,

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W. II. MIOORE:, PReSTUENT.
& S. MIZBPN, Vrce-Pa~r~les~nN r


H. W. RICHARDSON, SECRETARY.


0'. HI. IITTTTT7It. 'Tnrcasrrmen.
Pres. 3r1 Naftirnal RBank, 8t. Lolnls.


wV. Hf. JlooRE, PnREsIDENT
H. WV. IIIcraHURON.. rHEorcETARY.
C. HI. 1unrnu,; 7m.:. JimTuix nonte.
Director, O~f Pub. Rd. Ing., U, i o. Our., Ws. .C.

St.Louis..
Cox. ELlrrorT UtinAsrt
National Nusinesx Lcague,, Chicago.l,
HusRlrICL HAn~oINo.
Vice*-Presu 1ltl liIn. Mgr.. Mo~. P:Io. Rl'y, Yt. L~toli


NINETY-rIVE (ll CENT or" sysayI Lome ev
RAnLROAo, 6Tas .U1P On eXP959ss. MUBT B
Wav 1T cosrts r*E CARMERs1 oF THE UNIrwo
9TArms NELsu.Y TURet Tsses som THAN THosT
or EuROPE TO MnRKCTa AN LOuVs. TONNlamE or
FAM nRoDVerS OVea PwmM~UY aroAos


VICE-PRESIDENTS.


NONTANA, F. H. RAY, H~elena.
.\tlli..*O..i =..e L. (' \'iFavLinoln..
NY' l., ,....i.msN C ill :i- ('alrson City.
Ni 1-1 li if li i. GEN. CHAs. S. oI~SNs~lU.Nsu
NE .irs:i-; s ii I. BUDD, 'I'reton.
NEW MIEXIco, F. H. tFihh. : !.aS VegaLs.
NE' v YORK, FRAN I: -" l: *' **) I ...--
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ALABAMIA, JOHN .I rlin >1**1-1
Afr~zona, B. A. I',4. i. ri:i- ir-l-----
ARKANsS, s S. Q. ,r-E.i i.. i .''tr!il Is
CALIFORNIA, GOT' '1**. I' Il.li.l~u*i. Sacramento
COLORADO, W1LLi.151 H 11 aril.g.l Deliver.
CONINETC'TIUT SAM'L TODD DAVIS, Bridgeport.
DElaAWARE, CORNELTUSJ. t~ORRTGANWimington
DIST. OF OL~.. MI. V. RCic II.=. w'~..1,;l~r..-r..
;i: **0~.1. (. L. .151.=thi Usi].irs,
IDAHo, Gu~V. TA; I' .t~ii its*** Boise,
ILLINOS, D. W. stirre. rara elC.J.1
INDIANA. 12OBT. iUITCHIELL, I'rineton.
INDIAN TER.. J.OE M. LATIAY, (!laremore.
IOW\A, THOS. i;. RARPER, Surlington.
ITANsAS. B. P. MODOnNALD, Ft. Scott.
KENTUCKY GOOv. J. O. WV. BEOKETAMI, Frankfort.
I.**(==i u L.-T*HNZ~l~i'I f eiid~r.
?I tive i;..*. IGHN !; Hi~i., A i\ASsAOHUsETTa, Wi. L. D)ICKINSON.~~ ALn.II.T.I-b
MICHrIGAN, UgEO E. R,0WE, GEralfl rFinica.
R1INNESOTA, CGeo. W. (OOOLEY,, 11.rl n. -.pul r
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ST. LOUIS.


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U.E.E..- Lorida.


subj~ct is of more vital importancec ate 1~? 1~Y i~~ iiol~ii.lCi


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A~s Ch-il Executitive o'n people cixlo=r ,QL 'IOaiVy0:~tiI~~~ i


all great pub 1.0 : .~eo Tl' ::.iva. I11o 000~l .0l;:~~Ll~ l ;;i


orga..:.( or the purpose of c;::i on an cx v n 0('v


education, thL^us tioc~ a1-; Lha people .~'ac tt n ~c-jy tl


best. Loods of road 1


ove..n~t \'J no !ivi 011-i i3 vleio


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CAPITAL $1,000,000.
W. F COACHMAN, Presld nL
W. S. J ENN I NG S, Vice President
ARTU D aERY VePresident S301dtSI~tZltfiT11P, ZCi~t. MarPh 16,190ti.

Gov r r'o NB 3ow0a rd ,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Dear Goverlno7T:

b:r. W.,J,.Evyf!n and I went to Areadia, arriving there

iNo \fsy morning -;ith Jurdge Mialone andi Mr. T.L. Clarke. Wle consid-

er: I all matters involved in th~e suit in connection writh the

question being raised by the trustees end after considering the

plan of action fully and presuming that the def-..denit would un-

dar~take to introduce: the: act of the leg;isla~tur'~'~ approved March 4,

18'?9 as his source or basis of title to overcomei the title

vestrd in the plainti~f by virtue of the trustees deed. We then

conscidere~d objections that might be raised to the-- introduction of

this land rvan~tE, ana' I dlictated? anA had tyipe-T7ritt enl the obJeC--

tions, a copy of which I e~nclose hierevith, together with a copy.

of Judge "Fe~l;,s Order sustaining the objections upon the main

feature of the objections that wre urged as~will~oyp ear by refer-

ence to the Order.

iEr. Bryan and I arrived this .Iirning about Ftleven oclock.

:'tth best wrishes I 9in,

Yours very truly,


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LAW OFFICES
ELRYAN & BRFYAN,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. A~pril. 16th, 1905.


"" Governor N. B. Browa_d,
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Tallahassee, Florida,

My Dea-r Srrs-

ESnclosed herew~ith I: send you copy of letter I have writC-

ten to Governor Jennings.

Ir desire to call your attention particularly to the plan

advanced by mae to terminate the otherwise interminable litigation

against the Trustees.

I have not jumped at this conclualon, or failed to investi-

gate itls so~undness in law. I am firmlyr convinced that it is th~e

only course that will accomplish, anything~ on the lnan question

dlulrig yTour administration, unless of course all. suits, claims and

de ;landsl are compromised, wrrhich, as I nrow view it, seemrs somewhat

remote, though I believe From several long talks I[ have had with

prospective dra~inrage peoples here that some of the suits can be

compjromised and drainage begun within a veryr short time,
You know I am Very much interested in your1 land scheme

being carried out. It was th2e lan feature of :.our platform that
first enlisted my ardent enthusiasticsu sulort. Up~on thle success

and wise management of this matter on yrour part anda by j'our Trus-

tees not only delpend~s to a large extent, th~e welfare of the Statte,

but certainly our own~ political standing, You might call this

matter to the attention of Mr. Croom and Col, Williams, an of

course all others that you desire and see wihat they =`hink about

it. Governor Jennings and I wi~ll perhaps be in Tallahansre Le th


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SLAW OFFICES
BRYAN & BRYAN,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 2




early part of next week. I am going to bringe a drainage act up

there to submit to you and Governor Jennings an the other Trustees

and lawyers, if I can get it in shape by that time.

Very respec~tfully ;rours,

W.lJ--G.







.P.BRYAN 4 W. J. BYAN
*LAW OFFICES
BRYAN & BRYAN,
JACKSONVILLE, F"LA.


















SI avo -~ :. >n -.` ':..;.1. 2,cC)E1Sd r .1 t ii:-: reci?:l.1;r to0 'Zc

st!..:r? of tl wra.ous suits,- inse$.t-it:6:f n -;lnst t?.3 2::.1;.!stesc 07 th~e

Internal l 7:; *o1-re-. : t '':id. :. 0 . .-.Yo b en : o;erred to us In comisel

fa;I t~he 'T:: ..nL~teos, i.:-'. I, s:o dZ::-~ 2'?:.'o I-it Iron a lon .'.' -in7




are n '.:il; it, lot Tno F... L state sorsn oli tl~s

ro cons for 0 .!; : t'ons

*' ? .:c hes e~ the Iafnt mnal I "^ove;rientL 2.4 1.- I~-r vo.10

coit c.?i'-.- to ahir c: ..*e inl troot~' since "n:l;::.'; Gitl 1'~..;) 5,cert .inl in-

.1 in?_ -:- _lt .3 m1-; :T av o-::?f 10 .:..1. L~an~ds_:?.: _ ., c. For s:y ocif it

o :18 on.-c:r t:*rl_ in .0 t ruct act, ?:..o:! ': ro' anag o';."n'u of the ac-

corT7 ~ lnk3:Lant of th~e `1.71 o:. r, 0.0 i,:: f t~rus, ~7l~. en-. 11:- sl` of:ings very

littIle ha bct acco 1.i.rl:~i.od 2.ITo~ is no0t co~1. ani a teflction on 7~i r

acl:..inis 'lat~io:n. ose anrl~inintwitive or.' ica...o 1~--.rc b!-o:! TrlusteesB bu~t

n il.elr CO.. for', as a fact. O h ll-. ~ c:=sn?.n;drn~

vol1 fi: i: Envo3 1,;: s enirely, or I-r.2tic.11 al!nl.!glttel:- 6 nine-:'.. i".1bo~it

._l : e tav b oBn ImanZ obsrt~acles in 0.e 0.::2.- andl;' . ii (. aliccl cl.'ficient1 rec!:onsr

;h i n t :~ a~~ic of the trlact ha.ve nlo= b,-ran more non.'el-, accomi~ lih.71.d,

h o ..c ouar folia.As i- a both .;1;.. ther ?.inl1I*l::' :1e ar

"-10.n- S1itsB al`~ Clf.i:`s l-:rilnct the Ini;_ove".---nt1 :';eld'. :t:triou~s L,cr-slaturoc


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SLAW OFFICES
BRYAN & BRYAN, *,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


:.--Ve attenpt ed.f to ty**In t C .:.---.l: n ':I *. co.-.: esj to i.-; ev3l en t rafl-:'l--7C fT e:-.o

::ich are a :.":: for lan a s Lhj -...I:.Led,3 n.11~ o0~?.j coP -n e :ch e 1-.:..:-

l::r ;;aZiti-c. rli: ..' lJ ;.-.; torn~ina?~tionl of --wtPI Suits, or aI moreQ :. --.. .- .ble..i~

thrre -Io ` .'.:: suit. 7~l: on -, t eclaimrrs .: .'.r a C' t 0 ..1. .t or

now7 boCi~l:- u3r---~ E. a to~E L. & ... Flor"'.~i.a: .1t Coast, 6110 T:L-.itel ov..ts,

thie Str,:-:_; T1;-11'-. suits, :."' n- c;; o ,... -i that :'?a; be conrtentl'"-:.nt..

are suits 1:;.- i.1.0 C, R.1F -,Foia otonE-,J T .. .E .

South~ ~'lorida E.;*. or ".:.lr . ci ;n e-tc r.-. nauxsea: 1 ". C.10, t- are

some .ca'.na :': e copanie s !: .lc: I:. 'ul est-.-<: ;-:.-t co~ins n:--a':l_; I ~tl a

:.Lto:s of t,.3 In ornal T:-1- core .cat Ptur ~'ild.

.* T.* .tees of" the Int.-: 1.1 I .;-eove;:l~? Fnt ?id. -::en~t tGo dis-

chUjl`r --c . it rust ~thies. -70s both 1mowz i-- :: r ,c 1.. uld tuor~dT: :e t~o

do ::o ..: t, lit~-~\3leti .01 in allr 1 robablilityS '. :1.1' on?Sul :u:6l. 1minjielaton

be at 10:ast; '-::po _ 11;- 7anteel. rentl".l- ining7 t.)~: .m 0....- so Gi nrq" 3, ou.

-rl-:el.c at least !.:7 21.,1.19..10 resi te 1.nkP e i-.i

dutil"es co ? :;,fCteS.

Tl.nr a -to of o`:tc :.!1i o .11:. .ciot iJ:lab: coul to no;ntion~ed

su est no!! very pertinent; zing::iviesst "I~enz :.ill 1:..: 1;1 :on1.' litigation,
and :1 wll f bi sue tshe C~)tl~ruc.s it. ""-' int eyr luxvor the: 1 :10


to do rno? "t: 01te a' elnieI.Ln. t:, e rut ci




:' yTlan _ro:- diLospos t : of 7ll sitjfS, cln. i.:s and cnZtention']1T

10 :ing;1~l to th L-e uiltin a:te acc:om~plllInklant of the3 r~ pucr.an.' of, t a '1_ rct

crea ..in~r the thrust flu1d in to ~ uve t'jo T7.~rutees of" te Internaill Inpyrove-

nont.. Flunld. file a bill_ in ethe nature~ of, but niot a bill ofT in~teela;1ndocr,


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LAW OFFICES
EBRYAN & EBRYAN,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.





bt? a bill3 known n1 $:~."IC.net 7^ mot;Zice as aZ :i..:~ fori LInZstructjions or

I';ilect, 1. n1. I 2n"'.'.e looke"~ cari Lfu.:.~.T nto $1.0 .T.:be."ant~ive la on 11.0



that such a bill~ ::ill Ile in ---uityi anel -1 accomp~li h .I- clic-a~sit~ion

of all. 8uits, r-1T'f 7_!c 1:1' :: n/13 htsoeverI a,-n-t4 t :e R-ci;.roteo thaxt

ae novi :-:o\:r of or can ascertain ;.l:'ofore tihe f~l.l -- of" r.".n'1 a s .}.ZI,

chacoturce all ..::-ae m::its, 1..,etoude ou upc '...1

vitihinr one _*:- f1ro clate. I ;:;lieve that~-l jl:oI=n rel::.ive_ to th1e claims

of each cl-- nantl could ber soQ set up~ as to0 call f~or no -cr!:, and t .at

thae c- \'~ couil. be F':. ::rial to the :;girl-o Court 1;- "` --nx Ju *I o

andaci 7. 1 ect.. o itL;-the"uire:-a Cout ithin ta very- ;;..-a::



I;f the :.s-p autuct Tstiees .el:-:Pns in"$ ; P .1 l in ivo

defeni~cve attit:ude n n a el'Telt--:ina:.:. to r

ternJinatee. Pu nere :.::e East, Cocrst andc L, cP I;. Raiilroa~d a .Qits wereC

diet. 1: inois in .." '-.uor of 11.0 Tru~ictoon,:r thes J. T. & .. ", r:-: r'lc )ll:1

So~tlsthier, etc., ~ra;ilroar10 would c. cZt1 onTendli that i :~:.dl? c-mo; '.713 di"-

fesren~t, nr?: hall;rraCing? an~ita 'Pculc1 1:I- filed.~ Go''-.-c~.o ~lr ;db is veryr

stron.:;1; commitin-1 to er31nest,, vjfigorous action on. Ite,~ i st~ of ;!the

S,ate '1~ :_B-efozence to its I7lnds. In52 rmy humb11le opinion all. Ii-in

pro:11nres andr~ all the vigorov~r, act;ion "J:_n.t hc erl:. dislplay in 57.0: dol-

fensive .-ill amnout to voerg little unlansr afi~jrnative suit is u~::]Lu:-

uiaken b,; thE? TEalStooS as I have~ :inl?-ilnate, and I ta;lieve thart eT-1-yt).n11,r:

inz the3 --n-vr'i of azll ofE us shoufl. 1.it dioneC to at --t l~~: `Z Un~.^.l?.=.te li5t.'ic-ntionl


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.





as eaur~l as: To. .:.11..1.2 ithin~iU hiE ': l.~.1. twL:t~ion.

~1~.Mothe?,r feature of thec cas:e i~s -''C nle -:e tie ??~:.ULo s ;_'. _-

takc ?to winld upi all litigation, and3 file cal~l ar bji .1 on~ thl-eir is, t, so:1

of: 1. ert r til.:-n 1:~::. clahoul's w9il :. sa. to c10 rit, if -t2 oir

tor':e,- n ;inll:. ..ize "..~ o .::elves wi'... th~e sliroc l e t, as no cle.~~J at thy al-

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as --0~11 as theo a~.:Ione:.):ri bi1 (e-- thie E .-t Conast ?.::il ra Cr.:l:.1 n.It

oGcc:-..r- to me, b 0 :evera, '11~:L ti :on >.18 makre ax notion t~o diancso thiZs

lact ne~it of :.~ .r0 f,, S& H. mle 1: ~.:.:? ol~ SUlt; is 'tiil na .nellt "..1- a

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vart2iousLc rrant so a co riticr. t ur oniic -e.-~, uci as F.::.! r, / f+one : o: ;,, iLn-

for: atiSon on thne ct~ilinn-e sch-.-:PLe, done!1. : -- 20 etc. an~:1 cl-uintit~utional

anadnents;I~-t anet statutory ena ctcments, l. :lCore weB a .-.nl COnZfer with~ the

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J. M., BARRlS,
ROOMS 19, 20 AND 2tCASTLEHWALL.
111 WEST FORSYTH STREET,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,






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i I nei it to ~oe a rl1.." of .jC?0r' rdti--l O:In to c~all -?- 1? at-

tenti-Jon to the foll'~ : 1. facts:

.. .., ,.v ..>r i ,the 1 5th inat- ; t a t b h



an." (ii- at the tral of as -e 1 .j'i t~q Al,-: Jacobs1 7 of haviV'-r: SOli

lie -crr on SEm/- ,:~ t'::r I2th in L:l~ilt, in viola~tion of "ch:e cityg a .'. . no

on th~at a-;tect;, I Droceeeder? atc l .lief tO tl :';f: itail Co~u~rt: ;--11I~.. ,~

court not yet havri l ;convo .----1. I waJS inf3; by 17 -; noj~.! n Geo-rl-, S,

Joi=0.,it-the e the arrest of Jacobs, but "tha~t ha ~ .---"r '~t:.--

ing of his ow7n i:'!no~^ I t ;e "G the Tiol).at~ion of thke or:riim neeC e~nci; tha"t het

had :. 1-. t^l :or .-:2t atL ther ror ;..rt ri-n I;d of r:. A. G. Hartrids.gfe, States

Attorney fo~r tiis: Circu~itj '. ? :~.,lf~icRZ Sn at iEast ainolu, or a lit-

Lj1e af+,.--::-, I.idnti,;lt of tha~t C ....'.-r n-ilbt.1 he wa~s :.coo;;~ 1 li, ear Yaeded*4lipL dL,

re-1:r1urrant, on~ _iD~l f=.i ..rt t juslt sZouth of Forsiythl Stree~t, and, noticed



thze .:- .iwrolnt; th-.-t 'I: fo--n r. Mr. Hal:-trxiF.;e ci qite c`..` 11--T :...." can notcin;;

himself in suich no .i.-:,r :1' ;t, bu.t for Mtr. Hartridge's To-o1:.inl~. : e riin

position he woul~ have i:, himn under Frre~st; t:.-) :; F. Ha~t-ri-?;- 'D.P-l:.

S- in thart he : ~r'.cony;l, I. -ti~vely a :-`-'t4 t-i..... prevrio -14-rom

Jacob!s, theo :.n- t.etor of the Rathskeller 2'.ich is siturte~ on Pors s~t?



Jatck7n!1110 ai H/nr; demrandier thatL he (thie 7.01210- a .~) elnil? nrrest Jr.cus ---




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r-,' bi-- him beforee th're kunric >1~i Court i~th next mnorniing fo~r virolRtioi n

of the city ordinance: .rol:.5;ibit .~~ thet Sale: of lii?.Quor on .. '7T; th~e

poli~cer::an UtPted?, =oir~Over,~ thatl-l he CiikT3eii to0 1?. .0 an art-s:.ct (:I -the

NrJ:::::e of a T1;:r---I-a !..n, r;ut~ th t Mir., EiR~rtri CP~F threa~:te- tof h~ve: lil.

(i;~E the pl --.: -L,) abrEol.e.r3 u unlege~: h\L madert- thell- '::L....t at, hE L -ciii hej

!. ttder~ to> Lifftelb ha of Police *1-1 :@-~.0 ther arreTtst. !Yir. Ja7cobS li?F

:~1_t ;.-, voluntarily stated to :.r tb~~t .'e Ilr -oT L:'.'c~i :1et t-

ridge on :-'n'lrl-r ni,_'t, a! ?rou~ld. not lie about3t it ito 17r-T ou~t oft jail.

or :"ran1 ~."'.--- a fi~ne, *-9li. staite-.the facts to bei 0 F:o"llo :7 y

He saiRl thkat nan-tl ten o'clor1-., ;c. lF.15- hll L eT.8 .-

ri::; ai 21 WOln other senltltienn :r:.; tro Indies~ ORl'er inlto hnist o' 2

:-o 0 at :; hatL .:- !' .ril' e \wsc .''r: 8 sole ron'" 12cuu to

him- ( Ja~c:-- -) andi ctat"erld :.t hi ~ev .o:-. ,Tcl r'ii n >.ot sell Iliqor onz

ha 7 "E .. 1 t he ( .- Fl:.=. ." ith J. .. n -.art 2 1

(1 .Li: :I-.I' that~ he desired to give thiem som~e th~ Ih: or;

i.' -t. He ( JC!,_ '7r; told TI~il-t:..i:i 2 thrt he1 r5.ii1 .i-~ Se=ll ri' 1.- li11 : Oror

-s on :n1:. . ^ 7.t st_-lriclfy to 7'-.11..' ~' th thc f;;-".0 Z-law andT. ci:..' or--

6.inR ...10 flnci c0001 not 1':I...^LY vi';; his .7- -.-i .t,; -iakat ..P.~ I12~rio. ~e t`-*

;I -esLted to him t?'wt he (Jacobs) T":-\s 'no? he (HerIr"..*_e) wass, ::~ "Ili!

he (Hartrji .~) e) an17r .~~at7 at i! (JcrRot'), iff he (J?,'1bs)~ WOr!~ le~t 1.:.1~

;-ve thec: wine; and whe~ln he (Jacob--:) p'..:Po1iso-a in rsS?'.:ii, .n I .~ to

hijm. ;twt (Hartritz:e) 41o no-7tedd "-.^:rt he (Jnco:-Is) .*--: his te~l-- .::u,.d to :.0I

r;e..iile, :a. c' 1-. the en r;--v. the S;-.,
it. c:..:** fromu the St- 1.l010 01u; buy~t Jaco'os de-l':1'--:. to '9, 1 is, e-PT ZJ Yi-

riie agai n ri-:iii-rldn him (Jaco'!:;) thlat he (Jrr4.w)c !.i-. The he (Hairt-

r1-1,e) wias, andi stal e..-1 hat hle (Ho-:ti. r:-o) v 11l prop :;t Jr-~obr; illi:<

let hi~nt llr~ the wiine; that, u~n*1--u' itsr T? cis.l~-~ tent insis- to~ of I'r., Ilpr~t-


ri 'Gje, he let Mr. 7 rt-it:ige ron-. his friends ha 6 -t,,;o btles


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i;- ithi thleir sup ',.; thalt, '::n j\T fR.Hr'tL-n' idge- 3 aR;C to ~i~tlet tje

b~ill, :ifterl Ztheyu 1I hail their -~r:, He-r-tiiiridg~e bs,;-:c viol- f.ly

abut.ivre of Jatcobs ,on~i .amused him (J'aco'os) ofr I::e..:_'. *_ himr (I::'i.=-:j.ide)

an extar-tiionste -::~'-ce flor thle v;in~e, :.''iftr consiirr jt?or 10~lA bu of

Jacobs, Ha~rtS1Ri 0p lefllt the~ ret~.~; r7ront~1S out retv1 i.. R shior7t .tine1( rfte--

---'cl ol :'0 - incl:3:n--LZ abusive of' Jacobs, tso imoob so 11~t ltb

f~or thui~ :~:. 't inoist::nce by~ ;7 frl~~i~e on 0 ir 1: 't --ircFf t ::t l.12. Ha-r;-

ri'.:: ~;e s no ciYr?'l -.11:- not to be THi .nil fo -' : he < ':, th 20:r

woulld.have be<..- iseinornal iclPifficltyI betvreen Jacobl-s andl~ Elrltric' e.

I ~lid :!-it i;ir.:. It :-r:,er, in the rt! e-?i Of ia - :I '1 h

-'in~e Jacei~;s othkerwise, f'or~ Ie; tO ?:, i: tr!~2 he hsi" s-t- to ae to rlnla-

::-t :` i in th~e Pi' : OS, 13---
0.1~: .;M. .-:t'r canr: the rarreslt, '":;- foots c0- .1~ be

b o.'. *', outt i-11;.;r. I therteforc- in-.1 r. n U':1ooCnS isS' .'. fat onlc, 1-

H~ar:ictridg, And Tr'i thei case: contii-rv:c ?ntl tlifr neixt I.. :- -'::-: ,. In

lisbol" in~forced t;hat '~- a L;: rolicoman went wniith th"re af:-!.-eni; to - --"e

M~r. .:-:l-etricige, he :foundm hin in -11. in a hoursi of ill-for! m in thisr sity

about ten o'cl~or-. lin.>nct -:. l_; the niex-t I1-r --- theC cas..: was~ contiZ-

.!-- untcil t -.,--':--". This. 0-,< i;' ;fn -'-P John L;. DI ~ ett olr '"od inz the-

Munic~i 1 -em:;.t as attorney for Jcobes's -;: ple- guilty to their the.rge

Y.:i'- i' the f.ine w7hichr was asse:--n-.el~., ":; .: lis no possible question
asi to Lthe trulth of1 thesa irt be men -er -rt-., i` youz -.-'.1."e:


it, the evi anice act.tlt- I-htE.'iim: those- Trts can -I.. obitinl .-. In fre-t,

Mtr JF.: ir- 1.de '.1.11 not '10.13jelf -.1ner- them. I nI thlis b .. rose to ~f 1-'s

r-r':I..iLtted: j..:-: tliu~thl !.\" th1 ::rets to so mBnY _so":s'~ ".\-'t 3 ::'::':I reeum h

wil o n'. -r .r-. nly: \;-:rous~e nT:!f l- i/ in? in Lthat hne s

so :rent1; ~ .. 7 ni Sl tL thfXat bI. cir'. notl I.*,livZle ; t ! rC,: -'/TC





Th mre is no 90 asbli: riorbht of thie pr.ct .thatf the plea of guil2t:

me~ide tiis n~o-r:.i:: p-!r nMr, Jaco--`.'. 1P9 *thi : ?Reslt of an? R7T:.'.i:--n -ne:'t T~?.Ce



Iam sctis~ffied, re~lia~bly in'7~:--a -:-1~ that M Hartrile't y-rlc the fine. ?.

fi:.- i -ascel~ on Mr.31 JcTots Wia~ only~ $150.00, whricha, .ini my Opinion, war'S

aml~-e piunith!..nrt to Ijj b in under thie o~irem7Uistnesii RIs I ?cm convri:?-or tha8t

h-e is, ordinarily s-. -'liI: a very la-r--abi'1nc, and g~ood cit-izen, anzd

is~ not; Eiv:n to vt~~anting the~ law, anci only yielded to thel- l:-r'1-stent~

p~ersuacsion of Mlr. 'i ;.teiLs A~ttorneyr Hartrnidge. I t do t 2: i.01 that Jus-

tice, good3 ,7ar-~19 or DlubililC pol-icy require th;at; Mr. Ja~cob~s, whrio hias maar:-i~

Ly tacl;1 the trut~h, srhould be further punmish i., butt it ic; forl --On~ 1

Governor of thet -'~u-Ze to a-: Iwhether or nlot one.: action on, thie :par-t of

the 'totier- Atto:.'jr c hall be~ overleool.r-:- Thce f'rotsc Ire all generally

knowrn 7 '.n:! the8 :I-op~~ler of Jaclic.orrille.

I: rearLt the : -me~nity~ of e-11inil- thiis to .our~1 attention,

but, i~n D"~- opinion, it; is 1ac duty'J to =r so.


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i. H. seAsR. LAW OFFICES
P. M. ODrOM.
J. Ml. BARRS,
ROOMS 19, 20 AND 21 CASTLE HALL.
111 WEST FORSYTH STREET,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

i;9u.*oh 20, 1905.





Gov., N, B, Prj?:"inr( .

T'-all~aha~tst,- 710..t

Dear Si~r:--

I wjrotie won Saturday th~e frlats8 in a n~atter about whitich I:

thou~il~ t rit; nr ;t.Yl to .ive yeti; rliaC~iibleF inTfo-~. ;- ton. I cdici thili

w~ithou) t f!~ri Cdesire to IInfluenjC~e you13r action on the fac~ts.

I Pa.i T!Or" infor\7 -' -that'I 7.~ HariTi: id a. real~izes f .1 :?r the~ ef--

LfLCt --7' (` 1!i.15, anel~ is =tnxious for anl o-~rr ar'tunt- t nil is---

a iR?? of hirnfilf .

I nam slso i.nfo> -.0-4 thlat he has p~lacce his rest-.' titon of

..e :,:' 'ico r1f jStates:i A~tt~oLney inl the~ hatnrds of Mr. B. H.f 'n v.- stt, ithl

in::tru~ctions:- to Rselive~r it to -a int~:re-iiatel11- af~tl:kR h hall hacve again

taken;Y one= !'rink of an1 inoiLX cantI; and.r' that2 Mlr. ;: .:nett1 ;I!:: deter. :1l~de

toi form ..*1 to vi tha9t ....7,:- i .- tl n 11~ --ricotelv if Th*. 2 1-t:.'if -- ta Lkesf



I dio n-ot nown wishi to :Influenc~r e ye'-.:r' act:i #:; in a tter 1.c-rle

I know thaet onJly youtr ownii ideal s of' !ouir c~-luty wc~ill Ico:ntrol, butz I w:ish

you7 to haveri before? yrOu ~1- 1. the faIcts I haveiF befr~ne 11C, andL I do not;

wishb 11. jc.'Z Lt tt I trojr2t: you~ `?t" -1 'r tLo be= taken as n iniictatlion

of ..:': cesire as8 to a pr action on :-wr, part.


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MIathematics--J. B. Logue Secretary--K. W. Eastland
Languages-- HIG H c----. o. Smit
Alvina B3rennecke J. Mi. K~eys
Music--Mabel Palmer M I~rs. E. S. Garner


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W. T. MAY. VICE PRESIDENT. N. COLVER, SB
KENNETH BRUCDE, SUPERINTENDENT. JAS.A. McLEA
W. G. EDDY. M. A. WARRE
~~MRS. W. J. GEYSER. OAABU
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1)E FUNIA;K SPRINGS, FLORIDA

267 STUWvaaANT Ava *'~to ,, / <2 Eff 2# &
BROOKIYN. N. Y.


ORETARY.
IN. TREIABURER.



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My dear Governor Breward,-

The peoplet in Weh~stern Florirda area leaking forward with delight to
your coming and we are expectirng* rtio give yo ther greatest~ recepgttenrr

ever .given on the Chauttangua Platterm next Saturday af'trnoon.rgr

I am inclosing herewith the inted announcement wH~ich; we are specially

.issuing, telling the peeple that your have arranged to leave Tallhass~ee

Friday afternesq so that there mriay be no doubt in their mind of' your

arrival hetre Fridlay Night Pleasec send me a telegram just before

you start so that I can send it Friday Afternoon up and doaYn the Rail

Road to all the Stationer saying that you are on the train. This will be

of mrjaterial advantage to usle I am sending out fifteen thousand cir-

~" culars relative to outr Saturday meeting; and expect tor hLave De Funiak

filled to thet best limits of its hospitality. Awaiting with pleasure

your coming I remain,-

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OLEVELAND,~ O,~ Id* Cind,1905.



Bon. Napoleon B. Broward,
Governor of Florida,
TallaLhasseeeFla

Although rather late, I hnope -y.ou will, allow me to conexrat~ulate
you on ro~ur anocess,wh~ich I always prediic~ted. lIf ary was alive she's v.S.~ tell
you tha~t I a2Vlwys Siai "we would marke youJ Gove~rnor". She ~nlauged at it, but
I. would Live a good deal if she was alive now to see it,and be proud.
I was always a UnHtional fR-epublican,but in State polities I: always talked
and voted for Broward. YouI iay not; know it,or believe it; or oa-ire, but I did
all the same.
NUow I sup~POSe you1 think I am jolllyinrg lou to get a job. "kell,that is about
trne, bu~t I am not worrying- about it, anda if I dlont; get it,it wont S1onk~ me.
I will calm y;lourfears,hzow~ever,and state in the beginnings that the? job,to be
attractive to me mu-st be a good one, and I k~now you have looo good democrats
.pulling- :our leg; for every things in the line of jobs that youi have to givera>
But of course a man is always looking ourt for business, and it mlight; happ~len
that :on should want a report or inspection or something of that kind,from a
man outtidei of the state who had no interests or no prejudices, and w.ho is
.perfectly independent anid had just as lief tell rNr. Flagler he is chea;ting,if
I found he was,as not,or as soon as I wd. tell ainy other maFn.
J.ow ytou knoi mw, and youl know. something-1 abhout myr engineer~ing bili~ty,and so
I willi any~ no more,on1~ that I h-ave a very good recommendation from ga,wh.
youi was kind enoughi to give me in 1896, and w~h. I ari treasulring; very highly.,
Your know I have done a good deal of wior for :op, personally, If I had beenI
able to do it all myself,instead of having to put that fool Snekett on it,
you wd. never have had anyT oanae, to complain of its cost. I hiave k;nown you
for nearly a quarter of a centuryzever since youl used! to pull. the bells on
the jetty tug. I will sol~nowledge that I was a little put out, with you for
not signing myl papers to be appointed Captain of a steamlboat~b tut I 1have since
learned that there is a U~nion of M~asters who a every strict about letting a
lan~dlubber in at the cabin window,ao I dont bleo.me you now,and it turned out
for thle best, for thle vessel was w~recked.
If I had h~ad any idea that yTou was going to be Governor so soon, I never wd.
have written the letter I did to yrou, you1 betit
au~ll, youL have got hold of the samne rope ClevelaRnd h8A, and I expect yrou will
haul yourself into the Presidency, hand over hand, :yet, You hvav gotten now
the highest gift of honor your state can give you, and I hope you hav nt got
the "Big; Head" also, so that yrou wont remnember me.
iBesidees,between you~ and I,some folks think that the people; of F'lorida sought
to erecdt a io~numnen to me,or vote me a pension, or give me a house and lot,
like they did Dew-e;, for my discovery of the Phosphateall Theq do thnt arOt
of thing in France, where our ancestuors chme from,:rou and I, bult for my u
cart, I wd.i prefer a-good stick of carndyr now~,before I a dead, and dont; ca~re
%o g6o into the mornument b-isine~ss. I suppose you will saylyou wiont get either





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from me. I have~ had no reason to coml- in~.ir since I left Florida, for there is
lots of money u2p th~is way, atnd I findll that; theyt e~xpect to payz a2 Civil Eng;i-
neer a ,od big fe~e, and it is easier to get ..'soo.oo pe~r mront~h hereabhouts,
than it was .50.co in -la.
Since I left Fla, I: hiave dlone nothing but4 Consullting nei~r~Ieering,, andl so if
the State should want, my services in any direction yrou may figure on ,500.00
per month and all expenses, as what they will have to pay, and they will get
the best in th3e Prke-7rt, for the money. Or if they should want a brief e-amine;.-
tion and report,c:1R7es will ruin all the :ve; from I'Eoo.oo to ,,l7ooo.oo and e~x-
penses.
l: name is now before the President for one of the new Panamat Commissioner--
for he? 18is going to thrown the old Board overboalrd,-and putn in some new men,--
but thel e:-:I: he never appoints any one recommend~ed to him, burt pickrs ouzt his
owvn mten, and theyr mulst be! :rouing men, Andi I acm no longer in. that class.
Well,when :-u get enou,)i of honors and want to make some monegr,drop me a
line, for I am in the same old business of nak-3in:peoptle richi,ars 3 did in the
phosphate business. You- know a good many men of in:c;sonville wvho :have vwept
blood bFcaurse ":they did not; make a million drl~ars,'::hen; I I asked them to in
that deal. I hrave atnotherT discovery now,wh. is as rmuch better than, the lihoe-
phates as that ":-a: better than1 dit-]ing: gophere, but I'm not running around giv-
ing it hanyl to people wiho are too confoulndedi ignorant to urndersta~ind.
Yloutr friient always:, especially now yout are Governor,





CAPITAL $300.000. SURPLUS $400 000.

archh 22nd.,1905.


Hon. N. B. Broward, Govenor,
Tallahassee, Florida.

Mdy dear Govrenor:-
I wrote you several days ago that if anything came

up to you about A. G. Hartridge, I would appreciate it if you took no
action until I could see you. ::r.. Barra afterwards made charges against
Katrtridg~e, which bhe forwarded to you and subseqluently wrote you reqfuesting:

that you return the charges and his letter. The reason that he did this

was because both he and I thought that there was a chance now to make a

man of Hiartridge and eventually perhaps to cause a reconciliation between
himself and his wife. Hartridge'st great enemy has been whiskey -

through it I firmly believe has come all of his troubles and misdeeds.

Hie has placed in, my hands a letter addressed to you as Glovenor tenderingl

his resignation as State's Attorney which I am to foMrwad to you upon

proof being furnished me that he had or would at any Future time touch. a

drop of spirituous or malt liquors. This letter I hav-e placed in safe-

keeping and will at once send you same should he break his pledge.
Should hes be removed fromt his of'ficet at the present time it would be a

great blow to his old mother, whom we all love and revere, and I: fear it
would also result in divorce proceedings being commnced by hris wife.

They have two little children and I havz~e great hopes now tha~t he has
reached the turning point in his life and that hits mode of living in. th

future will be such that a, reconciliation will finally be accomplished.
With personal rewards, I remain,
Ve ry truly your







LAW OFFICES
BRYAN & B3RYAN,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i



PER!SON~AL.


M~iarch 24thi, 1905l.


Governorr i i3. Irow~ard,

Tallahassee, Florida.

DeBar !'ir:-

I~n compliance with your request and my promise, I, on

yesterdayy mrade arra,~g~~.lntgemn to secure all, th~e stock that youI will

need if, upon invest -ation: you desire to take any of it, Thear three

;Sentlemen witai whom I have talked, who have cha~rge of t:-e rusinesss

expressed themselves as very desirous of having you interested in

the business for several reasons. Th~ey are'fighting for their lives

of course znd I doubt whiethier th-e investment will be~ avery pay~in~G

one to begin wvith though~l a great deal of money has been m!ade out of

such business byr a number of gentlemenn in the last few years. How-

eve~r, I[ do nobt see any .roasono why your Tiowing; anld Wrecking; Company
should not do an enormous am-rount~of very profitable Business.

I am to have the details of the new business explained toa

me at an early date andl willl then advise you more fully and, in the

meantime, I am sur~ie t~hat as r.Puch stok~ as we want can be secured.c
With test wishes and regards.

Yours very truly,


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March 30th, 1905,


Govetrnor N, B. BRrowa~rd,

Tallahasisee, Florida.

Dear Sir:-

Enclosed herewith I send letter received this day from

Hon. J. G. IFaskin of Dunnellon.

I hiave written him ~thkat I would send you the letter and

ask you to0 confer with the Secretary of State in reference to heaving

the nam~e of J. G. B~askin certified to the Clerk of the Senate.

Will you please haijve this atte;.ded to?
Youra~ very truly,



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March 29, 1905.





Tall~ah~asser-: T18. P;-RMPAL'Z.



I haverrc you.!r flavor of the: 27thi retulrr.ir.E nie the tw~o letters

which I wrote you.

I ar re"fornir.,S- the letters to youx, as it is possible that, in

view! of thre rement~:: Z ciSrc~Umstan~Ices, YOu m~;Y kish;1 to a7ct on the jca~tter,

air. if so, you: can useR them as t~-hovy?7! they?~ hadi~ not b7een returned to me.

If, hlowiere-r, you do noti in~tendi to act in the matter,, please return

it-:.: to iis again.

I do not return thle letters; to vou inow to in any nway a~ttemp~t

to force action on you~r par~t, but sitily because I think it li e:Fly

thac, under the fa~cts as the1Y exist, and after thinking over the matter,

if you willJ take tli!:e to think i~t over, you w~ill dee.:c. it I'ol". du.ty to

act ;n to act, 9''o!`tly and to rerJ.:OVE Mur.r H:-ll.tridge from office.

I ]!:lt ;:(en gositilvely instruzcted by~ Mlrs. Ha~rtridge, andi re-

a~uested by Mr. Dillon and his son, M~rs. Hartridge's brother, to ..repare

and file bill for divorce for Mrs. Hartridg~e against Mr. Hartridge as

Soon1 an I ccan d~o so.

I1'~lwi surejt thaZt I i,'.~ro a mistoke- rhenl I wrote to you tha~t your

frien ~s here ionl4:r 13e. fnaisjfied wC1. F~ithl V.h'te:ver you difd. I have, !ryaslf,

had very, veryr little to sayr abnout the subject, but I have heard a great

deal said :hrot it w~herever I have :: en. I had not the remotest idea

wh~en I ~rot~e IT fjilrst le~tter to YOU, thatL youa wiould.~ hesitate twentyl.l--

fourxi hours about Blunse:lF~Iing a Man foT1 o~ffSice ''bio ;.rl us ed his office,

or the fact of his being an officer, to induce a liquor seller to sell

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I have usFedi m i~nfloallnce, as far as it nenst, thus? far to pre-

vent thle ~filing; of a. bill for divorce by Mrrs. Hartririce, but the bill

w~ill be? filedt early next week, and this wi'll c-rtnirlyl "oring~ permatnent-

ly before the: State the factsi of Mr. Hartridg~e's action, a~lther.;;h,

I. think you will1 be -~u:.-rvisied to jEnew hlow nearlyr universal is the2 knowl-

edg~e of those facts alread~y.

ISC~-ry opinion, if you d~o not I.r1:Tlf.tly remove Mr. H v-t--irpe

from office, yTou will nevtrT be juzstified; in rrenovin2~. any officer froml

office during your term~r of a f':i~ce, a~s a more flneLri!7t case can not,

in m~y opinion, be favrd:. Unlt for the st'rol.ute deteroin~iation to file

a billZ for divorce, the: !et;.er Ta'it. to Ror:-~i itint diie ou~t, but, in
view of this fact, it zre-;p~mrobab~rp 8-ite P. d over the State it seems to

me. But for iMr. Dillon and~ his son, isllliam, waho have "Dothl been rUnr-

ticular friends of r;in~e for I;nny you-rs, I would absolutely refuse to

have anything to do wuith thle divorce proceerding~s, butZ, under thre cir-

cumtances, I can not do so.
I haverl heardl considerable co!...:ent f~rlus fact that Mr. Hart-

ridgEle, under all the circumr~sL~'itances was at the thzeatre last night c-

oupiLYng a prominent seat in a box.
But for the fact th~at I realize that I D~:r:.r a ]in~~tske in rper-

mitting mTysetlf to be inriucedsd to crite or~~ a se~on4~ letter cln the su-

ject, I would not wrritce you as I: am WrT~itin, nor, indeed,~il woulbTd I ',:rit~e

you this letter but for may absolute confviction thert your faillure to act

andlr to act promptly in the matter will seriously afflrt yroua ;r F.minlc~-

tration throughout the four years to oome.a Of cou~srs you:' r'nowI that~

I takre a verytj deep interest in the rsucc~e.'P of yorO adm;inirstration, and!i

aspTecia~.ll in its repurta.tion for eleanlinecss one. for a dtle~ill;rmi~tion to

perform your duties conscieniiously a~nd fearlessly.




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I was in Tallahannee last; Satu~r~"rlny, and ca~lledi at Your house

about e-ig ;t o'clock in the nIoir"i~nS hoping to see you and yourr f~hlyl~lj

bothi, but learned that you were out of towin, a~nd thzat I was a littlel

too early for thle rest of the fanlly. I would hav~e liked very mu~chi,

i:deed., to have sieen you ln Ene~ a talk with you. There are several

matters of considerable importance whichz I wrourld have liked to talk

over with you. One is that I believe th~at an arrrangerl.ent can be made

which~ will viery greatlyT assist you in clearing up the n~orAl atmosphere

around;;'i the leg.icsl;ture. I am inrformetd thate th1e Atlan~tic coast line

and Searboard, interests aire both desirous of putting an end to graft-

il!Cs and blackr-na~illing br legisla~tors and lobbyists; and they hatve, in

my opinion, c~ome1 to the conclusion that the course pursued by Mir.

Dillon in thi~ State, Ipolitically, is the correct one for them to fol-

low.,

I shall7 try to see you as early as possible, and woulci comne

to Tai~llnhasee n~ow but for the fact thaSlt I ;- ve to go to Daytona to-

morrow and to Gai-nevi~ll thre next daly, andt I am very~l, very Imu1ch press-

(.5 writhz sork. W~orkr! lRst n~igh~t until a'bou~t one o'clock 8.4t the night

before until later.

Pleas cons~idor thi~s colJnnunicat~ion confiden:-tal and pe-rsonal,

and ei~th~er retain or return to me, as you see fit, the le~tters~ on the

Easrtridtge mrattler. The feeling: here grows stronger every day onz that

subject, as none~ of us can understand. how it would? be possible for you

to app-oint; Ha-rtridgee for another term. after what~a you knmowF of him, and

we~ can not understandl~ what possible excuse you will have to refuse to

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Hion. Napoleon P. Broward,
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DCear Sir:-

e6 have given ourselves the honor of transmit-
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a m~agazine which seeks to reflect current history by means of
the best news li;!in~s frlj .all the newspapers of the '"orld.
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: Parry Mfg. Co., Indianlapolis, Inld. Watson-Stillman Co., New York, N. Y. General Offices, New York, N. Y.
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TiF WII.T.IM McCARnour. DANIEL~ C. RIPLEY, J. A. JEFFREY,
r American Leather Co., New York, N. Y. United States Glass Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Jeffrey M~fg. Co., Columtbus, Ohio.
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J. W. VAN CLEAVE, H S. CH~AMBERLAIN, Hi. D. MORTONu,
Buck's Stove and Range Co., St. L~ouis, Mo. Citico Purnace Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. W. T. Garratt & Co., San Francisco, Cal.
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General Offices: 170 BROADWAY, (Maiden Lane and Cortlandt Street,)

NEW YORK, MZlarchi 31, 1905

IDear Governor Broward:

me have a very great interest in printing in the

columns of our American Industr ies, official. or.--c..n of this Association,

copy of which. I enclose herewith -- and ~which wve hope you read r-Cularly

as you are on our complimentary list to receive it re~~ularly -- anythir-..-

-ich the Governor of slorida mi hct be willing to say to the manufacturers

of thke country -- some 75,000 or 100,000 in number who read our paper a

little more closely thai-n they read an other -- as indicating what de-
veolay went your state is showing in mcanufiacturers, wht further develop-
ment you hope to get at, wvhat the policy of the lawp-makers and. of the
administrative branch of the government m~a;, be -- so far as you would
feel Ilike outlining it -- with preference to manual~ facturers, and, in short,
an., ~thing of that nature, perhaps to thie len!gth of 1,500 words, more or
less, which would enable the manufacturers of the country to know how
your state looks upon its industrial development and tries to make it
as effective as possible. We realize that this is ask-in, a great dtal
of a very busy man, yet such a paper as you could easily dictate in
fifteen or twenty minutes -- being presumably the straight-a wa;r y business
talk of a business man --- would be just the thing. Or possibly certain
memoranda mnight be prepared: by one or more of your various departme nts
for which the Governor would be willing to take the responsibility. At
all1 events, be good enoug~lh to help, us in any wayJ thatt you can, for wve
have at heart simply the same thing- that you~ have; namely, the better
prosperity of all.


Y-ouruVhc- me,~ L Xat~r truly,

Hon. Napoleon B. Broward,
Talla~ha~sse, Pla.




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