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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: September 1-20, 1906
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: September 1-20, 1906
Series Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Physical Description: Archival
Publication Date: September 1-20, 1906
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Subject: Broward, Napoleon Bonaparte, 1857-1910.
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,ept. 19th, 1906.


Mr. J. R. Field,

Daytona, Florida.

Box 144.

lear Sir;--


Replying to your faoor of the 18th inst,, the Governor

directs me to return you his sincere t Sanks for your Yalued

oontrtlbution to.hisa. Pralwage itraalt re Pud, and to ateure you

that same will be faithfally applied to the work of enlightening the

voters of the Itate on the merited of the pending Drainage Amrendment

to the Constitution.

-The article you eDlose is iatereating and a strot' stateme

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DELAND, FLA.. -"pt. 1, 1906.

Hon. N. 47. TFrowitrd,

Tallahassee, Fla.,

Dear Governor:

Enclosed I hand you cheek for $2., this being the

amount returned to me by the county executive committee as "left

over" from the campaign assessments in this county. I hope you

will be able to use this amount for the circulation of literature;

abLout drainage in Volusia county. This is the first time the

Volusia county Committee has ever returned anything to candidatese,

and it was like pulling teeth to get it.

I alse enclos y*ou 25 cents in stamps from J. R.

Gregory, of DeLand, an ardent admirer og your, and 15 centsin

stapmps from W. H. Minshew, of Barberville, also a good Proward

man. When you put this campaign up to the people, you did a good

thing. They ar- taking more interest in it now than ever before.

It has ceased to be your campaign, and is now theirs.

Please acknowledge receipt of stamps from Mr. Gregory
of DeTand,
and Mr. Minshew of Parbs rville.

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r.altc'nic .0 &mar or apjoi&ntriai.. -a kBuperviso)" ot 2tate Junvi ;.3,

Lu event;: .. u.tJ.-;.. by thile ,lIection of Loon. A. A. 3Litoh as

'..j.Grcl i..rmt .. ioner, ill sry thaat, when i,ht4 time comes to fpas3

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t+ure.- : ianrtrC yon that St itn my- oironta that-he people of the-

StGate will ave mgany reasons to bi tha,.fihil to thoso who stood by

her 13 this .ori;la, Sad by the.i3r effort' ma die the dra rina of theo

vearglades a certainty, Tkip ean bost be &don by voting for the

oent-ifnutional Anenda3mt i* the qookag ta'll Xelatei. wohch ams@aq et

relates.to the ryst.Aage of the Mv ~l..'erg .. .

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prselte:. ~.y where in the U'lite ;Lt;.es, rfl o ir rPv'ovement j1 boing

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ebit. -li-rewitb enloase to yo i c.0 etiorly remslutioea oIL the. rai.-,

aec of the vWerglades, =ad n- th;. nieat fnturc I will .eond uyou -s
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WAUCHULA. FLA.


/ Sept. 1, 1906.

Gov. N. ]. Broward, (

Tallahassee, Fla.

Dear Sir:--

Believing in a "Square Deal" in all things, and

that the people are entitled to hear both sides of the

Everglade drainage question, we enclose you a small

amount to used in helping to defray the expenses of send-

ing out literature, or in any manner you may see fit to

use it to bring the matter before the people.

With the best wishes, we are

Yours Most Respectfully,

Geo. M. Goolsby,

Charlie J. Carlton,

Y. E. Wright, M. D.,

Elam B. Carlton,

D. J. Farabee,

J. A. Carlton,

A. Yancy Teachy,

D. M. Edwards,

W. A. Southerland,

Beeson Brothers,

J. J. Turner,

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B. HT R SUPERINTENDENT. be addressed to the Superintendent,
B. .T WHITTNER, SUPERINTENDENT.
eight, Express and Telegraph Offices. All FR9IGHT must be PREPAID and invoices made in
DIUPLICATE, to avoid delay in payment.
RIVER JUNCTION, FLORIDA. /

S8/31st.
CHATTAHOOHEE, FLA., ------------ 1906.
Hon. N.B.Broward, J
Tallahassee, Fla. /
Dear Sir:
I have the honor to ackn w edge receipt of your favor of the 29th,
and in reply to it beg to say that you may send your check to me for the
sum of $18.80 as per enclosed invoice.
It appears that the Company had reduced the price on the cloth you
selected, together with a lot of other patterns,, 20% which makes the gener-
al cost,net,$16.80 plus the $2.00 for extra size.
Of course you understand that this is the net cost of the clothing
as I do not desire a profit on the transaction only keeping up the Agency
for the benifit of the employees of the Hospital and,,incidentally, in
order to get my own clothing upon the same conditions. If you are pleased
with thw workmanship turned out and desire to reorder at any time I will
be glad to send you samples for inspection which can be done at your lefisue
and the book returned.
Adverting to the conversation we had on the train at River Junction
recently I should like to know when it will be convenient for me to see
you for a few hours at Tallahassee regarding the write up for Human Life?
I would like to get a'few personal notes, photographs and a rem-
iniscence or so of your Cuban trips. Will also bring several copies of the
publication for your perusal.
With best re:-ards,
Respectfully,

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J. FRANCIS LeBARON, C. E.



WORK FOR THE NICARAGUA CANAL CONSTRUCTION CO.

Oct. 20th, 1887, appointed Assistant Engineer for nine months.
Nov. 26th, 1887, appointed Chief of Party for nine months, and salary raised.
Jan. ist, 1888, promoted to Assistant to Sub Chief Engineer, and salary raised.
July 6th, 1888, promoted to Engineer in Charge.
Sept. Ist, 1888, salary raised.
June ist, 1889, promoted to Division Engineer in entire charge in Nicaragua.
March rst, 1890, resigned. Company made me a present of $5oo.co in cash.


COPIES OF ORDERS.
"Rivas, Nicaragua, July 4th, 1888.
Sir:--On the 6th inst., and until otherwise directed, you will take
charge of all employees, equipment, stores, &c., of the Nicaragua Canal
Construction Co., in Nicaragua. You will conduct all surveys, keep
accounts and care for the Company's property in accordance with the
instructions you will receive to that effect.
You will please forward to the General Manager of the Company, as
often as practicable, a statement of the expenditures and liabilities in-
curred on account of the Company. The progress of the surveys you
will report in detail to me directly, but you will send to the Company a
monthly statement showing general progress of the work done.
Very respectfully,
(Signed) A. G. Menocal, Chief Engineer.
Mr. J. Fras. LeBaron, C. E.,
Assistant Engineer, Nicaragua Canal Construction Co."


New York, May 24th, 1889.
"Mr. J. Francis LeBaron.
Division Engineer, N. C. C. Co.,
Nicaragua.
The Steamer Alvena, leaving here on the 25th inst., will carry to San
Juan del Norte, the first load of material and detachment of employees
sent out by the Nicaragua Canal Construction Co, for commencing the
work of construction. The Company has adopted the following plan of
organization, viz:
Engineer Department,
Supplies and Transportation,
Paymaster's Department,
Medical Department.
The Chief Engineer is chief in command, and in his absence the En-
gineer in charge of the work will be his authorized representative. The
Engineer's department will be organized as follows:
Chief Engineer,
First Assistant Engineer (never appointed).
Division Engineer,
Resident Engineers,
Assistants, Levelers, &c., &c.
You have been appointed the Division Engineer. In the absence of
the Chief Engineer and First Assistant (never appointed), you will be
the senior officer present, and as such, you are directed to take charge of
the work and the command of all employees, and they will be instructed
to report to you for duty.
Very respectfully,
(Signed) A. G. Menocal, Chief Engineer.
Approved,
(Signed) H. C. Taylor, General Manager."
(Late Rear-Admiral U. S. Navy.)


EXTRACTS FROM U. S. GOVERNMENT REPORTS.
"I take pleasure in expressing my high appreciation of the valuable
services rendered by the officers of the expedition, to whose untiring
energy and devotion to'duty, under many adverse conditions, is due the
success of the surveys. With such a large and efficient staff (40), in which
the prevailing sentiment of each seemed to have been to excel in the dis-
charge of his duties, it is not in my power to make l: Aividuil rei-fere':i-,.
tomerit, but my sincere thanks are extended toi ail. y.t 1 f el ..:,nale-nt
I can make two exceptions with the unanimous approval of all con-
cerned .
The other is Mr. J. Francis LeBaron, who has been for the last six
months in charge of the surveying parties left u N,:ararau, and has
rendered v-er v r1, .i.l., services in completing ard pr-ri.retiag the loca-
tion of certain portions of the route where additional information was
deer,-.iel h..-. _--;"]v '
.i,_ t_ 1-t 1 i.rgned,.: i A I. Mvien:,lA C'hlb.-t En rj3 ir1 r
i' r...rnI- Ri ...r ...i t .h N iurn:.p.ii Ci'an.ii E'....i-. 1 i' 1.-


N't 'nJune' !t 4 .'i I ^-as piac.-i in cbhart-.' i ni'd "':..encd
the work of construction, employing over 2,000 men and 100 officers.


W e br,-T'e rarc-ull],' eiannm l tbhe uInsusUly iii IUir.., pF:i,:aic-. I..:.r-
Iugs _lrriplis Otf materials etc. n j.:hL hb.7,: tr,.s piepsred and ,illetr.i
i.adzi' the *ir-cltion of yotir chi.if enfinel.-si e iae iL 'mnjpiltene.s r-a Ri
e'xce-ii--t Iorni ., wr, .i: rAri'e,:t credit urp-n y'-ar i anoneerijg stit. '
Fr.jl ri' i..'rt or the Bioard or C'.:rnsultiu_- Enr.,iJ n?:-r on the Ni.::.i"ar..,
;'rt],i l > i[,T,':-' M tij -1
i From Rep.o.rt .:o the N'i..ar .j u:i C'ana B..ar.i. i. 170.)


Lfh- *.-'i, ls ilrlI '.:ork o tih canal lrJit'.i".gui lii ,i . bich de-
- 'cu'lE Itsj -. lc-':i :r rr jin ..iT.r-r-'?.',, L i? b~e -in 1 J u.:*u so th'e'ul'r. _L- :L to e---
caI ',, ev," .i 6ig cs-tion thitt it i- litault.-. ...r r'it; it i,,;.l-,i ,. rrctl.[:in, I..literl
a critical ixl amiintii'.II h', ni;inr :i' tie- h e r ,ntlui- r. hi tl," U.iDrt,-l Stiitc,.
aid in Eulr.pi":-."
Fr.to l Repirt iof th -HlL i,: hJob T. MbI..., ui, CL'bn;l'uiu .: trei- C'. :m ittn.,
,,u F...re,'n r .ltit:.n .U ,: te p I -[' F.pr:.-rt N'. 33 63ir,
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"W e -bliiii t .J.:i.- -, i .ii ".,-ni,...' r .i b i ..,l,' -ur of assistants to
;.:, t Lat i .1. ,'-llow l IJi'-Larce .incrion.-ic. A.;ih ri aij :ft' this nature,,we
fir i,... -.','.: I':. i..l i ,Ii',' e.', oD n.-ipi 'o, iiJ w .L'. 1 i L- aI' t,'',tU ina "iF -
I,lo: iL ,ii t ) t I 'qu l! 'Ini t'j dl -ti:i'[lii*r pr,':,i-,ri; iLaL l ." t; *: ,jini. i.eiJore
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rle, *.'iii.hi inaivL- ,\:,"ii rep:.-i-ord L',,' ,ouLr i:-Q,;_'?'iiiL no ',i'-ra i ,L, "."l -,9 l,
r .i- .' l''*I.'..: *' i -l',- i.i':' 1 l., ,-[r l te, r l ',jr:, ..,"i ',*+_ ,h .-h r,'u ~e,', i .i pl-, [et..
**ile %r0 n v. ii. t M in i >.r U;I i r Uilide tl iI
From l ep,'.r[ ,,t Lt li h'l-: T lT -,.-, (' E ;leuIi.LTr ...t' i"..,.i'i j .:k c''.'-ciiJrC
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.% o 1'1V -.1--r .'.. "Jn.] .'- _,


"All the engineers employed on the line have been and are of known
and tried ability. Those in position of chief responsibility have had ex-
tensive practice in works of engineering construction in the United
States and the tropics."
From Report of Hiram Hitchcock, President of the Maritime Canal Co.
of Nicaragua, made to the Secretary of the Interior, Dec. 3rd, 1892.
(Sen. Report No. 331, 53rd Con., 2nd Sess., p. 20.)


"In March, 1891, the Hon. Warner Miller, President of the Nicaragua
Canal Construction Co., made a complete and thorough examination of
the entire line of the canal and of numerous works connected with the
construction thereof. The reports received from this expedition were
most gratifying, and showed that the work then accomplished had been
done in a systematic manner, with all possible care, thoroughness and
dispatch, and within the estimates of the engineers."
From Report of President Hiram Hitchcock above quoted.


"There is very little to be desired in respect to surveys, beyond what
has already been accomplished. They appear to havebeen thorough and
nearly exhaustive."
From Report of Maj. C. E Dutton, Ordinance Dep't. U. S. Army, dated
March 4th, 1892. Printed in Report of the Hon. Messrs. Doolittle and
Sherman from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, U.
S. House of Representatives.
(Report No. 2,126, 54th Con., 1st Sess.)

"The result thus far attained by this work, (Breakwater at Greytown,
Nicaragua,) is most satisfactory in its effect upon the deposit of sand,
and upon the action of the ocean on the protected area."
From Report of the Hon. John Sherman, Chairman of the Committee on
Foreign Relations, U. S. Senate.
(Sen. Rpt. No. 1914, 51st Con., 2nd Sess., p. 65.)
"The effect of the pier was almost immediate. The bar on the lee-
ward side of the pier was quickly breached by the sea, and a channel was
opened which gradually deepened until in the course of a few months a
passage was made from the harbor to the ocean 14 feet deep, admitting
vessels drawing 12 feet of water."
"From Report of Maj. C. E. Dutton, Ordinance Corps, U. S. Army
above quoted, p. 234.
(See also Report of Hiram Hitchcock, before quoted, p. 19.)

"The surveys for this work (Nicaragua Canal) were made with the
greatest care. They average about 40 miles of preliminary lines to 1
mile of actual location. The skillful thoroughness of the surveys have
secured a location for the canal that includes every possible advantage
that the topography of the country and the easy and cheap control of
the best material for its construction affords."
From Report of the Hon. John Sherman of the Committee on Foreign
Relations, U. S. Senate, Jan. 10th, 1891, p. 50.
(Sen. Report No. 1944, 51st Con., 2nd Sess.)

"Those calculations and results have been critically examined by
many of the leading engineers of the world, wi t b.:.nt aiu, r'r.- i. i: l dis-
sent from the aii iLi r'..it-I,. a "
From RepC) jr .:. rih.- H,'ii John Sherman above quoted, p. 9.

"The whole (surveys, plans, borings, estimates, &c., for Nicaragua
Canal) constitu'afi an i...i Lmulaati.n ...f -i;.: ntiflc data probablyunsur-
passed in any ctbh.r -minilal ,intIrr.ri- '
Hon. Archibali I'Col.quh.un i- E in 'Toe Ke: of the Pacific," published
in 1895. London.

Thib. .u uJljtt,.. h'lr' i- rm .' .n.a ide. n..- lu t.hi: abilihty kill alid it:.':.
Iray- of tL er i.:in.i er -vb.. ii l-,:.'d :and i'- k tedi t'l s .:.tnal, and iu thi-
elil,-rity rid ei',n alliAl. aei- *:.f ti l'ir ti-i t,]-it TLey ar.- "'r.O vinea d it
will hbe i ....,:u pl.t,: u,:: -. r_, th.: pl'in aid..,pro'l 1.' tLhe Mf rltmi -' CArn:i l

F ',rn Tr ,n T .Mor.:rgan i b ni n -V.f tII ,? '',- t _:.r, -f tt-?,:,f ri T-.
Senate, on the Construction .:,t' tilh, .Nira'Nuj (ramnl. .Jln- :ud,. 'ji.
(Sen. Re-.p: rr No: 11'13. "'ith l'_.r. Ist cs *,

TL eil .'ort .,ich ivauin C.a. li i E-s i n eri'o, L a iL .:'L re'ld., i e,.iill,
at le.it i.:, an7 -uri,; i r..I ..r uip..n -whl.La in'i g; r t .npu lir. :v.:rkii
ha L'- i_.'u .-L ri' i i'. p.n
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it blu .. I....,- ;., L f ,,'.,ii., ily ; rr, ar.. i tlhr I.e nrii r,, .,C '.v ,rk aA
tb;a ha; .r 1U 3 i ''-
Boi W'il- n r MiliIr ,n ha' u~i .':n tL.- .'.icaragua Canal before the Com-
mitt.- :. ir i.t-r-.rtal rd rir. r:i:. .':.rum.:'.=- U. S. Hou- ..i f R,:i)r,'i t'L -
ti-a-' 1lare. I.-:' ;.
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"C..'agr t..r -'ig t.ou o...mln,.i0i:. t ir'eur:.trr a.'iri e .irnun" thui
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with _ratCr .Ii1'' r'' aL.-. e'-o1r I'onId .. t. ba.- bee surer-.rd with moire
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ALEXANDER E.ORR PRESIDENT
346 BROADWAY NEW YORK


JAMES H. M INTOSH
GENERAL SOLICITOR


M.-L.


September 5, 1906


Hon. Napoleon B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Dear Sir:


Herewith I enclose to you copy of a letter which I

have just sent to Hon. Richard Olney, as Chairman, together

with the several enclosures therein referred to.

Yours truly,


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General Solicitor.


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Son. Richard Olnty, es Chairman
Internati oal0PolIeyholdere QCami-teet ,
Boston, Mass,

Dear Si ; .1
'- erewith ZI sncloset to you, as Chairani of the Inter-
.:-a: tne a t PiO Ilaeyholders'-: 46eittee,- epy of: a letter -sig.ed .bp-
., Uterneyer, dated .August P1st, n4 addressed to Mr, Keluey,
Sandada to the press .hbefor itc wrs'eft^ed by Ur. Kelase, and
pa copy of er. Kels.ay's answer to thits tter, 4ated Augest 24th,
'with 'a letter fre Mr, Ke'lsey dat.d Septemater 4th inclo-ing. to
me I. ci y of hil.u'Ag. 24ti letter to :yr Untetfeyer. I.
'also enloeioe'epy of .letter of your Committee to yr. Roladn G.,


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gaged in the management of i La work. Submitting these papers
to your Committee I desire to ask if these are the methods which
the distinguished gentlemen who form. your coa1aittee approve.

Yours truly,

(S) JUABMS H. MeINTOSH)

'enet-al Soli actor.



P Since ditatAng th.e bo.. e. ha.. .received from th ..
-.Cashier of or R Bost6n ranh OCffioe -h original 1 ltter, copy
of whAlch is enclosedd' written Gb G', R. Sohrustham, Mannger.. drate*
S"Agus 23rd, whifh "th' R4.toj"'int f thb te ter took to o rt
Boston Rrach O0ffiqpe and about which the Casihier of that office .
says in his letter f Sep6 a p,e;iber4th., transmitting it, "The'
poployhblder did .anot s9nA.greatly tipresed with the dqcieasnt,
*tlhdo1;a h he did iink t f.'tl -eoaa w tliry gaet io take .eit t
...: to stop t'i .oru.attian .l-Mtach letter."' : .
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Otto relao, Baq. ,
Superintendent of Insurance,
Albe y, sN.Y.
Dear Sir:-
Information comes to ta to the effect that ;the Agents
and Aheny XMnagers and Dit reorl ef the companies ae gathering
p eties without date for the feorthooming election with the intent .
of filling in the datep as of a day subsequent to Otkobev 18th iad
using BthU in the election ,.
This 9 a misdemsner under the sta4. .
As one lastanes we elUe the Cafe ot Thadause Bell t'he'~.Ag
cy Dtr etoa of the few York Lire Inaws mee. Oebmpa.y toe th* -Stato if .
Texr& end ask you t* notify the oenpatiei. thit the OfliteOfs will be
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Mr. 3J. R. aolatoh, General Solicitor,
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3M Blroadvay, New York.

Deat Sir:

In coeplianoe with your rea-qet I herewith isolese

sepy of letter freo this department toe r. Bamsl Vaterayer

uaer date of Aig.ust 24th 1sat together with oopy of letter

freo D. P. Kalugley, v ie preeideat of the New York LAfo

Innureae Cempay, to. this department it reppease tto ma Inquiry

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Mr. Samuel Uwterryer,

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Dear Sirt

I inolose herewith copy of tettef thie hioramlg

received from 1, P. Kinreley, Vloc-presidtnt of t. ow -Tork

Life Insurafoe Companya in response. th i reqaset fire tb

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346 Broad:way New Ya k,
Vic -Preaident's Office.

August 2, 1906
Ron. Otto ~ise y,.
Superintendent of Insuransee
State 1HuseAlbany, N, Y
Dear Sir:
In Mr, Orr'a absence I beg to acknowledge receipt
of your favor of the 22nd, enclosing sopy of letter written
to yot by eam aeel for the Intcratlional Policyholder*i
COowaittee oR ti ltt.list:
ThrftOt the ofourt y Of fwo UtUrmver, rho net only
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stating you are gatbhring proxioe without date for
.te forthoamin election. We shall denounce state-
tient as absolutelyy untrue, Please telegraph at 4no3 ,

is maor~ ngat I am in receipt of the following telegraphic
reply, datdA the 22nd, which while it aay be a littUe bit breezy,
f*tmea to so ought' to be quoted' in fill:
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S vnetrao er is a liar, I have not received or solioited
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THE WESTERN UNIOT TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCo PORATED
23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. BLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
Thia Company TRANSHITS and DELI V1ER m.ag condi g its liability, whicb hae been asentedbt by thesenderof the followng message
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q An Illustrated Weekly of
CLAUDE L'ENGLE, Editor An Ilu Cartoon and Comment

"If It's Right We Are For It" .
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Tallahassee, Florida, Sept. 7,1906.

Hon.N.B.Broward,
Tallahassee,Fla.
My dear Governor:-
I attach hereto a letter from Harper,who is the Busi-
ness Manager of The Central Union Times,the labor paper published in

Jacksonville.

You will recall that I sugg sted that you might request Gus Brown
to give the paper the printing of the general election notice. It is
too late now for this oversight to be corrected. I write this note,how-
ever,as a reminder to you in case you should desire to throw some busi-

ness in this paper's way,in which event you might write a letter to Mr.
Doran,Supervisor of Registration,who will have the placing of the list
of names stricken from the registration nooks and also the registration

list as corrected. The election notice is not very much of a loss but

the printing of the registration list will run into money.
Yours very truly, /
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Cable Address P EVIDENCE" FRANK S. MANTON. Pres't.
Western Union ele aphic Code and GEORGE L. GRAHAM, Sec'v. & Treac.
Manulacture Ex ort Code used. CHARLES B. HUMPHREY, Vice Pres't.
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S.r I. 7. Branard, governor,
State of 'lorida,
Executive Tr.E..rtment,
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S'r-r Sir:

7Ye are in recej .t of 7or.r :st e:v'd favor of the 28th ult,

Le:4,; an order for one "o, 3 "Provide:1ce" Steam Pump 3r:-:e ".: -.dlss,

as per "I,* 52", wit d':-.le 5 Z7" ri-i:;.::: valve eigi.es, with

co0 ,::;-c cl'al:: stopi.'. -" -nd '. .. :ildc:.ts fit ed tc t2.:e chains

cs i. '" '. 1 .ei e .r':: G:.cln sed "-:.,. t:.-' or~.E r,

e ae le se:i. n:' y-.o'.i under .-eparate cc.-ver ie. l 'int of

dr;-..i',, -o. 4,'28 s.howT''.-r the 'i .:dlacEs "which .;, v r ose to fi.u,;i.-

on' this order a..'d ..lso l .ie .i'I ". u. 2672 s u. c;.Lai. stol...-er

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Tc- -.,e that t. is wi.cdlas is for t.:'Le Tuc ""-:.~. TT-'",
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ic' 10 uV nned ;- tL-e J'acksonrville T'wi.g ,: ";-=u:ij CompiQJI .

"e O, ill :r.ke shiie;nt of this 7 il:d.cs3 as scooil La usi:

ca. & e iLilt. h c!e a lv.LnL a little trl '.'.lr at the present tije

:..t. :. -r ;.tclders v.rho .Iave Fone o.it on a strike, ..*t .: e e pect, in

a ferv. da.:s to be able to c ..ti.,ue ir. that der:-arti:ent ac i'-fore the

strike,

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; '.' ". iwe are the sole :.:-uf.c turers circ1...! of w;ich w-e enclose

herewith. You will note th:t about all of the big Tow Companies

vessels are Lit-L. out with this towi..-C Tachine. "e also send you

copies of letters received from customers who sreakl" in the highest

terms of this machine. The flotilla that towed the dry dock

"L[TTT." to Lanila were all equipped with our towing -iachines.

We are sending you herewith a blueprint of questions which

we wish you would fill in, if you are interested in then, a;.d re-

turn to us and we will then make you a proposition of furnisshin.,,q

you a machine which will be right for your tug.

Yours very respectfully,
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All communications must be addressed to "The Chief of Ordnance, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C."
Subject: "
WAR DEPARTMENT, -

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ORDNANCE,
WASHINGTON.
September 7, 1906.




The Governor,
State of Florida,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Sir:

1. Referring to Ordnance Office letter of October 24,

1905, to you (28704-206,) in which promise was made of the is-

sue to your State of four 3".2 B. L. field guns to replace

the two 12-pdr. Howitzers and two Gatling guns with which

the 1st Field Battery of your Militia is now equipped, I have

the honor to inform you that this department i.s now prepar-

ed to direct the shipment of the more modern guns and all

their pertaining equipment, and information is desired

whether the battery at Jacksonville is ready to receive this

material and give it proper care and attention.

2. Immediately upon the receipt of this information,

the material will be ordered shipped to the State and invoic-

ed to you under existing law and regulations.

Very respectfully,




Lt.-Col., Ord. Dept., U.S.A.,
Acting Chief of Ordnance.


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to certala great terests, -who at4ght enjg.oy giving im trouble in the
way of coaiptitioan. Anathing you Iay Ae I Zamare you will he greatly

appreoataa.

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My dear Governor:

On my way to Washington I stopped at Norfolk
and took in a little fresh air alonA the Virginia coast,and
after my arrival here felt the impulse to write to you at once,
but felt a little embarrassed as to the manner in which I should
again refer to my desire to assist you if possible. But I am sure
you will apprediate my motives so let me come to the point with
that degree of frankness and candor which has always marked our
intercourse and relations with eachother.

You will remember that when you were in Washington
in July last during the evening meal we had together at the Willard
Hotel,you did me the honor to talk freely to me in confidence con-
.cerningyour desire to raise a certain sum of money to tide over your
business affairs,and after that I thought very seriously to see if
some way might not be suggested to my mind to be instrumental in
assisting you to accomplish the desired result. Finallyif you re-
member,I spoke to you on the subject at Tampa,telling you that as I
desired to make a trip north at my own personal expense I believed
I saw a way to interest Mr. L.in your behalf,and with your permis-
sion I would do so. You were good enough to tell me that you ap-
proved of my trip north and agreed to meet me in Jacksonville after
the target competition to take up the details of the plan I had in
mind for assisting you in the manner above indicated.

After leaving St.Augustine I went to the Aragon in
Jacksonville and waited for you but as your other business affairs
seemed likely Jo interfere with your meeting me in Jacksonville I
'th wrote and telegraphed to learn your pleasure,holding myself
ready to meet you in Tallahassee or at any other point if you so
desired. Finally,however,you telegraphed to me not to wait but to
write from Washington;and now dear Governor,I am writing but I don't
know what to say except to repeat my willingness and desire to do
anything and everything in my power to be of service to you.Of course
I appreciate the delicacy as well as the confidence governing this
matter and appreciate also the honor you did me to discuss it with
me;so when this letter reaches you dear Governor,I hope you will
feel free to write to me fully and positively making known your desire
es and the manner in which I can help you. I have perhaps more con-
fidence in my ability to aid in such matters than a modet man should
have in himself,but the fact is my experience as a staff -officer in
the service of prominent men makes me see a line of tactful diplomacy
that I may successfully follow in your behalf and all I want is your
authority and direction tofollow it to the best o-f my ability.

I shall await your answer to thishere,dear Governor,
and beg that you will give the matter your earliest convenient atten-
tion as I am planning to go over to New York next week,and while ".'
there might see Mr.L. Should it be necessary I would of course go to
Boston,or elsewhere. I want to be of service to you if you think I






can be ,and if I need to aT logize for any seeming excessive zeal
I beg only to say that the earnest manner in which you talked to nh
here at the hotel that evening made a deep impression on my mind
and stirred in my heart a sincere desire to assist you if possible.
With sincere regards and compliments to Mrs.Broward,
Miss Dorcas,Miss Douglass,and your little ones at home,believe me
dear Governor,
Sincerely your friend,






Honorable N.B.Broward,
Tallahassee,
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Fernandina, Fla. August 27th, 1906.


Hon. N. B. Broward,

Governor State of Florida.

Tallahassee, Fla.

My Dear Governor:-

I have the pleasure to enclose herewith c~cdk for the

sum of Ten cents, drawn by State Health Officer, Dr. J. Y.,AMEU., In my

favor. I cannot account for the magnificent generosity on th1 .,o pt

State Board of Health in awarding me this sum, when I am not a" ae' :

have rendered any service in return for it, but as the State Health. Offij

must have some reason to suppose that I have earned the money, I will, accept

it. I have puzzled my brain to determine what disposition to make of 4is

huge sum of money, and have concluded that instead of "blowing it in" on

some useless pleasure, that I too would be generous and will ask you to

accept it as a donation to help you on your "Drainage proposition"

If you will accept and use this check, you will very much oblige,

Yours very truly,

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rT. J. L. Horeoy,

PFaua&daa, Pla.

Dear XSW:

3Iz oeknowlodglng reweipt of your e*teoa.md tnvor of '

Aungtt 97th. aundisug a oheol for .10l, iest you by Dr. Porter,

:for what you *Ay you do Sast amjow, aA that yon are saAinag it to

me as a ortribtitost to. the Fhft bfina-g rted by ae to send out

literTature n the Sbjeot at Evqrg3laqd Irelagt, 4beoaue you Ma

pulaled your braaU as to rhat airpesition to atce 0t so vast a mta,

willl ogsusr you thaot I an grOftetnul for thke motribfuter yKa nwr ts

will not be Salensly disturbe&a how to aDly- *t to a agood us, I

saolese you a piiht of literatur o*a Statse e X- sutaoe haM g4 ra-

agte f the 1repgliaAes, At prisraWig -ow pwX literature, wif tea M

you smoeve of On.B3as it is prliatld.

Sith boat wishes I bg to ..r tesa

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Tampa, Floriea, Aug. 27, 1906.

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Hon N. B. Broward,
Governor of Florida,

Tallahassee, Florida, i

Dear Governot:-
Answering your letter of August 23rd

and thanking you for the information therein con-

tained, we beg to inclose herewith a cheque for the

sum of $50.00, representing our subscription to the

fund now being raised by you to defray the expense

of distributing literature throughout the State with

a view of giving the people accurate information

bearing upon the matter of draining the Everglades.

I am very much pleased to see that the subscriptions

are coming in satisfactory and numerous.

With best wishes, I beg to remain

Yours very truly,

HENDRY & KNIGHT



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Dr. V. endry,
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Dear Sir:
la sotknwlefgiag reaelpt ef your ateeme&a aver-of Aug/
g7th, in which yren ncelose obhck ftr i0Q., to be added to the Fa=4
for tintrjibutia drsaiage Xlterature, will k ay that I appreOsateo x-
oeedingly ynar liberal eatributmiwa, saM I belive that the people
of Florida 'fr yqarsm to gomiet will be- grateful to those who aIded ta
getting out literature, thus enlightening the people, ad indueiag
thbe to have their State enter upon tle &Beilopmeat of a territet,
that will ske hxer se of the gnrateqt grlotnlturiSt states i3 the
Union.
Again thakktaig you, x. beg to remni
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ledge receipt of yrnz- kina letter of 'pt. 8th, and to tkaik you for
yonr contribution to the Vund b.eina; raised by him to sesn out drainage
literature, and for your good wi-hese and loyal support.
I hope your emrnll nephkew an you will be able to meet the
Governor, on some of h1i trips thro sgh Volusa o Cotaty, for bele g the
father of ei;.ht young ersie. he is always gld to eaet Y oan pe-ople
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r:..tion.:'. Po.ic*. LTrs Cooalttoe, in T lhtte.r wilic he sent to the

pL T o n In-iri .ncrI of tlhi:.: Ptato on ,r:. 1, 190I .

'.' h.1 v. pointrcd denial frovm ou.r Jacksonville Office' "ut av:ail-

ed oursRlv;iN; c yonr prF;fencC ini th.1 i city in order i.o l,'ar-n exaotly

w-,-.. rned, an. t. r.o rou und on which you mde a n Affidrvit, if you

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you to ,ti;mn a p roxy n 1ihat form.

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I -71 .- d to '- nAble to -u: '.i o .*o, 'ith f or,'t'e' in-.romta-

tion corncrrninl- tlc'h ubject of r- letter of th3u rth inet.

In that 1- -tter, I ,Trit thnt in trying:; to Oestbllsh the truth

or falrity: of the lett 'r '%' ich l"r, G. ". ScruN 2.-l, ?:.x:.-er of the

IntW'n..tlo. .l] Policylolders ComdUiitCI.ce, V'rot you on the; 1it inst.,we

*had t'.leG.:p.. ..d our j.aclksonvll e. Office, and I quiotd. th.e vwire we

:ha_ r-'c.-ived in ecpl.y, disclaiiingr all Iknol,:cd:-e of any, ini orper

ari.bn n tlhr. ptrt of :-.n;.- of our r representatives at t>.". point. That

do.- ..atc': t iatd Ictt ti x-.-ov. Jonnings was then at the TarlborougEh

yotel, .Tc. York.

We thereupon sent ?r. (org'ole T7. HTubbell, one of our f--neral

Counnc-l, to '.le "arprll)orou,-h Totel, in order to le rn di::ctl.ly from

the men c o was sa id to hav ma t eo ave affidavit referred to by ior.

ScrughF..am jur t ;.:hat trranpired, Lanl, particularly the n.ae of the

agent who wa:s charged with having! endeavored to scur-e an undated

prosy, etc.

This no rnini ; '*r,. ubbell hands me a memorandum, of which I en-

close a copy. I have sent a copy of thi s mmorandnum to Gov.Jcnnings

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Jcnnin,:-'. .lt;. contr licts :'. iscru,;.x-n :,.n' czates he -.'rc '1no affil

davit ," at-v8 r, ,i ;;ar. not :ru-'ied to i.-n a pro-:y .nT cl:ve the date

"bler"., 2,?..- c h'c A 0 flo :A.oiy r.t' .. any ,ox:.. wa/ o. r of _orAd t.o him

cont. in.t- t-, r;..c3 of'e c:;r. ,_. 3"-'':.'c "'. LT'u.rton, AlbTa P o. :no on,

@.nc :2 tI->nd fl. Ttanzrd.

It .ppo.as, t- rE..*...' o":' ... t.,e c.. 'r,; c i.f v.t .in;t this Con-

paty y'. ci-.rur..a.:I, "., to fc lcifyinu its liz of policy:older- for

a.r un'ro:. .'hy rpu;nrposcr '.sts uponi r foun.]rtion ncr uttcrly flinr'-. that,

in f .i'. li,- t of this r..e n~ora.l.t-r., '"r. ScruLh;nzL' s letter to you of

n b-,'-,r- l'.-'t c.n be read onl'r -i.t fer.linr:s of amazement.

,7We hIave becn info'Med -i:.uit on den-ind. of Gov. JTrnnin;'s, M'r.

Scrugh.- hR.r: ;cent a supp-leienntary letter to you, eit-her :A*ithdrawing

I~us first letter or greatly nmodifying it. I presune as you were

good enou;-h to send us: th., original chr.-'1es, you will prolablly file

with us a. copy of any additional statanent Mr. Scrugham may make.

Very truly yours,


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Hoa. i'.. C,~0oae,

Trilby, Florida.

Dear Sir2:--

The governorr directs ae t0o a sO pledge recetit of

y;' r favor of the 12th Inet., enclosing Money OCrder ifer 12.04,

amount of collection made by you for the Drainage Literaturre Fund,

and return ou his sincere thank-a*ior your efforts l t his directlo#l,

and to assure you thatt rame wll be faithfully applied to the -

pMrpose of enlightealag the voters of the- State oa the merits ".e

of the paedins Constitutional Amendment.

V.jth kind regardse, .

your very tru -.


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Mr. J. Hampton Jones, ..

Jaecksonville, Fla. .
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ear Sir:--
STho OoveGror directs me to r.knowledge receipt of
yru r favor 'of the 12th inst., ecloeing eheck for 10.00 to W.

aprlis6 to o th' alrulatioa of rainbage literature, also to taank
you .eeortially for your subetential asetistnoe and to aseu r "

you .that same will be fAithftlly aprlled to the work.of eunlghte4*
'.lag the voters of the tat e on the' sanrta of the pending C0atit-

tio al Amonemont.
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Mr. Charles R. Cot,
Vlansia Coauty,
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Ts Governor &ireeota ms to acknowledage receipt of yotr
favor of the 5th ilat., encloaiig 5' cente In stamps. to b'
S appllo4 to the circilatida of dainAage literature, and to rstura
youa le sieare, thanks for yOur valued. coatlributtion ana to asdaar
S yoak that. ame will be faithatlly applied to the purpose of
. nlUghtealag-the voters ft the State on the merited o: the pend it
Stranaage AfBenoment to the Conatilution,
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Dear fir:--


bI bag to aokn

llth i nt., enolosing ehoo

the GovErnor is Mhir arawa

to return yeo bhi s tscere

of yhrs' ctperatia with h

as to thq merited of Araialin

your contribution will be 1

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k to rr. order foi 4 00 to t.i

e ox:ansea. The Gov.ernor rteato m.e

hanks -for this subatentiUa evidence

im in his efforts to eal~ htaes the people

Be propolitton ana to asgoure yougatbat

raithftall4y appliedd to the above purpose.



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Sept.llth.1906.


Mr4 J. Emmett Wolfe,

Tallahassue, Fla.

Dear Sir;--

Referring to your favor of the llth.ulto. I am sorry

to say that same was (overlooked in our correspondence, and I

enclose cheque for $5.00 to be used by the Govenor in his drainage

*npen~ss. .


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Inclosed you will find check ff rr $3. '-0 to assist in distributing
literature u-pon Everglad-le drai.nag-e- One dollar is from Mr. W. H. Bart, of
Maud, one dollar from Mr. A. J. Wineate, of Zolfo, and the other from my-
self. I a.m glad to inform y,rou that a .ver.'; large majority of the *peo-ple of
this county are with you a.nd there is no doubt but that 3. large majority
will be given in thi. county for the -ado-ption of the Constitutional amend-
ment. Four of the newspapers in the county favor it and the other, The
Puint Gorda Hera.ld, is not opposing it very strenuously.
I hope ryou will be _ble to address the -people of DeSoto county at
some time soon at one or more points. Practically the whole county,r would.
gather to he-r yjou discuLss the drainage issue, everyone seemingly being 1
much interested. Very truly C 'ours,

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Sef:t. 17th, 19 6.


Mr. Juames B. Chalmers,
Jac&Isonjrvlle, Florida..
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The Governor directs me to return you his
eaicere thanks for your valued contribution to the ftUa for the
circu.ation of AraiSage llterattre, mnd to assure you that yeo's
contribution will be faIthfully applied. to the -work of enlighten-
Ing the voters of the State as to the merit of th penadai
C natitnCutional AmentAdmrnt


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Tlid C,)mpanyTP.ANSiTITS and DELI F R Errsors ln h. uaird',d acian t onl'hy repe-it.lrn m -eli e i. ,-,rn 3n I| t'u ir li I I ..nt .i.. n lland, the mplnI n.:.i h:i.: ii t" It hti'e f.orerr :.r c.r.el-v_
in tra .c nil-loio rdelirery..t tnrepearti ble ,nei t~',id LtheaL ,int.io t iC ...:li pa tlier:u, n.r in arvo .- wh' rhe- lium i ...t pr-ie r-d in writrlg w tithinslo lx
da. s tfrer ie r mne ar"c e i.dliejd -ith thi Ccrmp., i for tran r mi-.. u
This; san iNI EPEA l BI5CSSAGL.and iadeu'rrcd L, re, uet of tb hese er, uondr the crt e it.to n',o am 'dj tinb:;e.
ROBERT C. CLOW ;. Presild nt and Ceneral Manager.
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S THE LARGEST TELEGRPHIIC '
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O[ER ONE MILLION MILES ''
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AND CAN AD .

It lids oier 24,000 Telegraph
wl Offices, including Branch Offices.
It has also Direct Connection
by Telegraph or Telephone with as
many more remote and .smaller
stations, making a total list of
oser 50,000 in the United States,
Canada and NMeico, and this num-
S ber is rapidly increasing.


Seven Atlantic Cables,


Connecting North Amerlca with all points
in.E.iropr and beyond, including Two
Cables of the American Telegraph and
Cable Company, Four Cables of the Anglo-
Am:rcTici Telegraph Company, anrd One
Cable bn the Direct United States Cable Co.
Direct Wires to Galve.ton, Texas, con-
necting at that place .ith the Cables of the
Mexican. the Centraland'South American
Telegraphs:..omparnies tor all points in
Mexico and"Central- and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, connecting at that Flace .wilh the
Cuba Submarine ano West India and Pan-
ama Tel graph Cormpanies for all points
in the Wet ladies'. .
Connecls at San Fraiicsco with PaciFfc
Cab'es t the Sandwih Islands, Honolulu,
Gu.im, the PhiliFpiny, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B.C., with Pacific Cable
to Auitra Li and ,New Zealand.
Connects'al Seattle, Wash.,
i.'th U.S. GovernmSent Lines
and Cables to ond in Alaska.
Exclusive connection v. ilh the Great
North-Western Telegraph Co. ol Canada.


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ThstC(',mpr'ayTR NSMIITS.nd DELlVRFCnies aer-r.ol rir,oi,.'r.n Ii Ain.s ,t I.,an ar y.,hi-l; b hrlt'e ienenra d : ? y t rh: b th -r.r errf rtheCl':llo:.nin m.:~.'sa
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY. President and General Manager.
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OF VIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

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Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct C
by Telegraph or Telephon
many niore remote and
stations, making a total
[ over 50,000 in the Unite
Canada and Mexico, and I
Q her is rapidly increasing.


SeveC A tlnflie a
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Cables. f the American Tel.
Q Cable Company, Four Cablgs of
Am:rncan Teleg'aph Compc n
S Cable of the Direct Unitedetate
S Direct Wires to Galvespgni"
nectnlg at that place wjlfihbe'C
Mezican, bhe Central'andSouth
Telegraph Compapi"t'?it all
S Mexico and Central and Sp.ut
Direct Wires vna CalI t1
I Cuba, connecting" at'thati place
S Cuba Submarine and Weit lndi
S ama Tel. graph Cbompanies flo
in the West Indies.- "
Connects at San Francisco v
H Cab'es t the Sandwich Islands,
Guam, the Philippines, China,
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pa
to Au-traia and. New Zealand
CjnnecIs at'Seattle, Wash.,
S with U. S. Government Lines
S and Cables to and in Alaska.
Exclusive connection with t
I'] North-Westerd Telegraph Co.


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Subject: Contributioai


isr, _. M. Brese.,

Bookledasge, Fla.

Dear Sir.--


The Governor directs me to acknowledge receipt

of your Tvaluo contributions to the DraBiage LJterature Fuade

aid to & samre you that same will be falthtIly applied to th-

work of ea3lihtetli$] the voters of the State es the.aterits

of the pending Constitutiamal AReaament.

With klmd r egard, :

oursa very truy,


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