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Group Title: Miscellaneous
Title: Personal Correspondence
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Subjects / Keywords: Broward, Napoleon Bonaparte, 1857-1910.
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
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Cable o Direct United S te. ifle Co.
Direct Wires to GalvestonTexas,con-
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Mexican, the Central and South American
Telegraph Companies for aSl points in
Mexico and,Central aond6.th America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, connecting at that pl1 with the
Cuba Submarine and West India and Pan-
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in the West Indies.
Connects at San Franclst with Pacific
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Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B. C., With Pacific Cable d
Sto Australia and Ne( Zealand.
Connects at Seattle, Wash., .
with U. S. Government Lines -
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It has aJso Direct Connection
by Telegraplfor Telephone with as
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INCORPORATED
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This Company TRANSMITS and TnEL/VFRq messages only on conditions limiting its liability,which have been assented to bythe sender of the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating message back to the sending station for comparison, and th Companywill not hold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated I messages, beyond the amountof tolls paid thereon, nor in any~ase claim isnot presented in writing within sixty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission. .d W
This is an V UREPLA'T ru 3MESAGCt, and is delivered by request of the sender, ufderthe conditions a e.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY. President and General M a er.
NUMBER SENT BY REC'DB CHECK"


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S telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TILEGRAPHIC
SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVtR ONE MILLION MILES
OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000 1
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It has also Direct C
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[elegraph
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connection
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stations, making a total list of
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CubA Submarine and West India and Pan-
ania Tel graph Companies for all points Tf
X in the W.st Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific r
Cables t the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
0 Guam, the Philippines) China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria; B. C. with Pacific Cable '
to Austiraha and New Zealand. 0
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability,whichhave been assented to by the sender of the following message.
Errors can be guarded against onlyby repeating a message back to the sending station for comparon, d will not hold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmissionordeliveryof Unrepeated messages, beyond the amount of tollspaid thereon, nr ase claim is not presented in writing within slxty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an UNM REPEAT E MEiSSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the n s ed above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


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many more remote and
stations, making a tota
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and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacific Cable ,
to Australia and New Zealand.
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ThisCompany TRANSMITS and DELIVERR messages only on conditionslimiting its liability,which have been assentdt to by the sender of the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company willnot hold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated M essagei, beyond the amountof tolls paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within ilxty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an UN REPEAT EL 3MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above
nUR:')ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manage V
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Seven Atlantic Cables,
Connecting North America with alliponts
in Europe and beyond, inguding Two
Cables of the American Telegraph and
Cable Company, Four Cables of the Anglo-
American Telegraph Company, and One
Cable of the Direct United States Cable Co.
Direct Wires to Galveston, Texas, con-
necting at that place with the Cables of the
Mexican, the Central and South American
Telegraph Companies for all points in
Mexico and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to "Havana,
Cuba, connecting at that place with the
Cuba Submarine ani West India and Pan-
ama Telegraph Companies for all points
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific
Cables t the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacific Cable
to Australia 4nd New Zealand.
Connects-at Seattle, Wash.,
with U. S. Government Lines
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.
Receives No. Time Filed Check


SE ND the following message subject to the terms.
on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to.


u.llnh

Captain .;.Broward,
;.orth L;ast Corner borsyth T :n~ i liberty 2treits,
Jacksonville, Fla.,

ill be there tomorrow night or :Cond,;j norntng.

1. B. .troward,

Governor.


Chg. 7.x. Office.


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender fa message should order it REPEATED; that is,
telegraphed back to the originating office for compa *son. For this, one-half the regular rate, charged
in addition. It is agreed between the' sender of the following message and this Company, chat said
Company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery of
any UNREPEATED message, beyond the amount received for sending the same; -nor for mistakes or delays
in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery of any REPEATED message, beyond fifty times the sum
received for sending the same, unless specially insured, nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable
interruption in the working of its lines, or for errors in cipher or obscure messages. And this Company is
hereby made the agent of the sender, without'liability, to forward any message over the lines of any other
Company when necessary to reach its destination.
Correctness in the transmission of a message to any point on the lines of this Company can be INSURED
by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon, at the following
rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed-
ing I,ooo miles, and two per cent. for any greater distance. No employee of the Company is authorized to
vary the foregoing.
No responsibility regarding messages attaches to this Company until the same are presented and
accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's
messengers, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender.
Messages will be delivered free within the established free delivery limits of the terminal office. For
delivery at a greater distance, a special charge will be made to cover the cost of such delivery.
The Company will niot be liable for damages or statutory penalties in any case where the claim is
not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.

ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH. COPAIY.
-- I-INCORPORATED----
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD
ThisCompanyTRANSMITS andpELIVERS messages onlyonconditions limiting its liablity,whihave been assentedtobythe sender of theowngmessage.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station forcomparisonand the Company wilnothold itself liable for errors or delays
transmission or delivery of Unrepeated M messages, beyond the amountof tols paidthereon, norinany case where the claims not presented in writing within sixty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission. I
This isan UN REPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above. ) )
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at '




102- c wf. 1Opaid. 624p-

Jacksonville, ?loo., 5/27-07

Mrs. T. B..Broward, Tallahassee 1orida. .

congratulations from All of us

delighted at success of, Bill*

Hertense Broward.


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OVER ONE MILLION MILES
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It has over 24,000 T
SOffices, including Branch
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American Telegraph Company, and One wN
)"0 Cable of the Direct United States Cable Co. u o
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necting at that place with the Cables of the -
Mexican, the Central and South American
Telegraph Companies for all points in X: 0
Mexico and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
[Wn Cuba,. connecting 'at that place with the
Cuba Submarineand West India and Pan-
ama Telegraph Companies for all points
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific
Cables t) the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacific Cable B-
to Auwlralia and New Zealand.
Connects at cattle, Wash.,
with U.-S. Government Lines *
j gnd Cables to and in Alasl. u. T. o GTHr* cos
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Errors can b :', r.l. Against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will nothold itself liable for errorsod
In transmission .- r *i.-cr of Unrepeated Night Meu;sages, sent at reduced rates, beyond a sum equal to ten times the amount paid for transmission; n in any
ease when the claim is not presented in writing within thirty days after the message is filed with 5mpany for transmission.
This is an UNREPEATED NIGHT MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the s.der, uer the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, Presiden/apc/l- neral Manager.


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France. I o i
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connecting with the Mexican Telegraph "
Co. and the Central & South American
Telegraph Co., for all points in Mexico (
and Central and South America. / t
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana, r
Cuba, and all points in the West Indies,
and to the Bermudas and Bahamas. 1
Pacific Cables to Austra-
lia, New Zealand, Honolulu,
Guam, Philippine Islands,
China, Japan, etc.
Connects withU. S. Gov- -
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and in Alaska. 24,000 4, 583
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
\ 24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This CmpanyTRANSMITS and DELIVEJRS messages only on conditions limiting its liability,which have been assented to by the sender of the following message.
Srr6rs can be guarded against only by repeating message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will not hold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated pessages, beyond the amountof tolls paid thereon, nor in any case w er laimisnot presented in writing within sixty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an UN REPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions n eabo.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General a g /.
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Telegraph Companies for all points in
Mexfigc and Central apd South America.
Lireet Wirep and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, collecting at that place with the
Cuba Submarine ani West India and Pan-
ama Telegraph Companies for all points
ai the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific
Cables t the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, C., with Pacific Cable
Sto Australia and NewZealand.
Connects at Seattle, Wash.,
with U, S. Government Lines
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have bee assented to bythasender of the following message
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the mp y wil othold itself liable for errors or delay,
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Me.sages, beyond the amount of tolls paid'thereon. nor in any case whetpresented in writing within sixty da
after the m is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is a 'tREPEATED .USSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General
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STATES AND CANADA.
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graph Offices, including Branch
Offices. It has also Direct Con-
nection by Telegraph or Tele-
phorte with as many, more re-
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in'the United States, Canada and
IL Mexico, and this number is rapid-
ly increasing.

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S Two American Atlantic Ocean Cables
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S Four Anglo-American Cables, and one
Direct United States Cable. Direct
communication with Germany and
i. -* France.
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W connecting with the Mexica Telegraph
Co. and the Central & South American
Telegraph Co., for all points in Mexico
and Central and South America.
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Cuba, and all points in the west Indies,
and to the Bermudas and Bahamas.
O Pacific Cables to Austri-
lia, New Zealal, Honolulu,
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J \ Personal.


H. J. DRANE, AGENT,
LAKELAND, FLA,

Hon.

Dear
ago, told
fight, wh
the pl-ce
bull". A
clothes o:
When
game with
"grand st
blood and
wondered
skin. Whe
his fight
As the ga:
the bulle
horA point
fo-rAthe"o
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justice o
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cated and
wishes, I


Stavnion rpan idtiduureitanu Ca.
A..O.WM SAINE.JR *5
A EIN DEPARTMENT, HARTFORD, CONN.


June 4th., 1907.

N. B. Broward, Governor,
Tallahassee, Pla.
Governor:- A friend of mine who went to Cuba, some years
me about being persuaded, one Sunday, to attend a bull
ich seemed to be a National amusement. He said he went to
and when the game started he "felt very sorry for the
after a while the bull got his blood up and his "fighting
n" and then he "felt sorry for the other fellow".
the late lamented Legislature assembled., I watched the
most intense interest. From all I could see, from the
and", every fellow who went into the ring was out for
they all had their knives out for the "Bull". I really
how the poor "Bull" would manage to get out with a whole
n the game started it seemed to me that/ithe "Bull" had
ing blbod up, and in the first pass he got first blood.
me progressed I sat up at night to get the news, watching
tins with great interest. After a while the bovine got his
ted in the right direction and from then on I was sorry
their fellow".
ile may be rather an undignified one, if I should be wri-
he Governor of the State; but I am not; I am simply telling
d personal friend the story of a bull fig.it.

ncorely congratulate you upon your victory for right and
ver the evil influences that sought to knife you, and
ou the interests of the people of the State. The consensus
n in this section of the State is that you have been vindi-
we are all glad of it. 71ith kind personal regard and bes t
am, dear Sir,
Yours very truly,




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