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S 4 TEE THE WEEKLY TALLAHASSEEAK TALLABAS EEAN THURSDAY iHU SDAY NOVEMBER NOTEM1BER 22 1900
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JOHN CTRI C TaicE Editor and Proprietor ProprietorlOOD Proprietor3OOD
< 100D WORK DESERVES RECOGNI RECOGNITION RECOCNITION RCOCNITION ¬
TION TIONThe TIONThe
1 The recent contest the
over
re removal removal ¬
c moval of the Capital was one of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much importance import nce to our city and andCalled andcalled andr andcalled
r Called forth the united exertions of ofall ofall ofall
all good citizens
individual and or organized organized organized ¬
ganized Noticeable among these thesewas tbesewas thesej
14 j was the Hon Geo P Raney who wh as asthe asthe asr
If r the chosen representative of the theDemocrats theDemoc
4 Democrats Democ atsof of Leon county on the theState theState theState
State Executive
Committee exer exercised exerI exercised exercised ¬
cised in their behalf his I well known knownlegal knownlegal knownhgal
legal ability Being so ably repre represented represented represented ¬
sented on the committee the friends friendsof
of Tallahassee felt no fear of the themany themany themany
many wiley attacks prepared prepare against againstler
ler ier and the outcome has justified justifiedtheirconfidence justifiedtheir justifiedtheirconfidence
theirconfidence their confidence With exceptional le legal legal legal ¬
gal experience and a power of o oratory oratorysubtle oratorysubtle oratorysubtle
subtle and rare the success success of a cause causeespoused causeespoused
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espoused by Judge Raney is assured assuredMr ass assuredltr red redMr
Mr Glover Rawls as the representa representative represeiltative ¬
tive t on the committee of Hon J B BWhitfield BWhitfield BWhitfield
Whitfield the candidate for State StateTreasurer StateTreasurer StateTreasurer
I Treasurer with his clear judgment judgmentand
and business ability was a valuable valuableassistant valuableassistant valuableassistant
assistant to Judge Raney RaneyAccording RaneyAccording RaneyAccording
According to reports from all parts partsof
of the State Tallahassee owed many manyvotes manyvotes manyvotes
votes to her favorite son jHom Hon Fred FredT Fredof
T F Myers who besides steady and andaffective andeffective nd ndffective
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affective work on the State S ate Capital
League traveled d over a great greatpart greatart
I part art of the State and by byiiis bvl1is byhis
iiis straightforward and un unprejudiced u uprejudiced Unf ¬
f 1 prejudiced speeches furthered fur hered our ourjause onrause
4 4i < cause and added tQ his already alreadylarge alreadyc
i 4 f c large arge list many new friends and ad admirers admirers adb ¬
b mirers No client had better or more moredistinguished moredistinguished
distinguished advocates than had hadTallahassee hadI hadTallahassee
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Tallahassee in Ranoy and andilvels Myers and andshe andshe
I S she had none so zealous in her cause causeTo causeTo causeTo
To these two she and Leon county countywill cOlintywill
will owe owe a debt that will vi1Ibe be repaid in inthe inthe inthe
the future by continued confidence confidenceand
and esteem esteemThe esteemThe esteemThe
The work of the Capital City CityLeague CityLeague CityLeague
League was most excellent and added addedgreatly addedI addedgreatly addedgreatly
greatly to our chances of success successThe succesThe I s sThe
The League sent forty or fifty fiftythousand fiftytbous fiftythousand
thousand tbous nQ pamphlets s and pictures picturesof
of the much abused Capital Capitabuilding Capitalbuilding Capitalbmng
building throughout the State Statewhich Statewhich Statewhich
which without doubt turned many m ny nyfoubtful a adoubtful a adoubtful
< doubtful vote into an earnest adher adberent adherent adherent
ent of our city The importance oi oithis of ofthis ofthis
this work can not therefore be over overestimated overestimated overI
I estimated and the executive commit committee ¬
tee of this League consisting o oHon of ofHon ofHon
Hon Fred r d T Myers preident Jas JasB JasB JasB
B Whitfield W WlI M Mcjlntosb M MIntosb Intosh Jr JrA Jriw I
W A Rawls Jos Al A Edmond EdmondJ
son J II Cohen W C Lewis G GSaxon GW GW
W Saxon B Gwynn who whowere whowere whowere
were all untiring in their theirefforts theirefforts theirefforts
efforts to further the cause deserves deservesI deservesa I
i a full measure of praise at the hands handsof
S of f their fellow citizens We must mustnot mustnot mustI
I not forget our many friends in all allportions allportions allportions
portions of the State who were at atall atall
4 all times sending us letters of en encouragement enouragement encouragement ¬
couragement and advice adviceand and whose whosepublic whoseI
t I public condemnation of the nefari nefariI ¬
I 1 ous US scheme helped us so materially materiallyall
j I I all ll through the campaign and with withthemJet withthemlet
f t i themlet us give full credit to the thework theh
h I t i work of the State pressf ninetenth ninetenthof
I I of which were unfalteringly opposed opposedto
a I i to the removal scheme and in every everyissue everyt
j issue issue filled their columns in in condem condemnation condemJ1ation condemiation ¬
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nation of its advocates To each eachand eachnd
i i and nd every one one we owe a debt of ofjrratitude ofgratitude ofil
il gratitude gratitudeWe jrratitudeWe
El We must not let modesty prevent
i our < > 11r speaking of ourselves for the theTALLAHASSEEA theTALLAIIASSEEAy theTALL4tILASSEEkN
TALLAHASSEEA worked faithfully faithfullyto
to advance the interest of our city cityWe I II IWe
I We gladly gave up U our columns columnsboth columnsI columnsboth
I I both news and editorial to the use useof usef useof
of f the League and endeavored to toadd toI
I i add ad in every way to the strength of ofthe ofI I
4 I I the cause The victory is most mostcomplete mostcomplete
1 j j complete It is a victory not alone alonefor alonefor aloneii
ii I for Tallahassee but for the whole wholeState wholeState wholeH
H State Let us therefore enjoy our ourThanksgivings ourThanksgivings ourThanksgivings
Thanksgivings with a cheerful spirit spiritCLARKS spiritI spiritCLARKS spiritCLARKS
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I CLARKS BUNCOflBE BUNCOflBEIn
4 In the face of the mandate of the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party against unnecessay unnecessayextravagance unnecessayextravagance
41 extravagance Mr Frank Clarks res resolution r s sj sI ¬
j I olution offered before the Democratic DemocraticOommittee DemocraticComm DemocraticF
F Oommittee Comm tt e on Tuesday to erect a anew anew anew
new Capitol at Tallahassee TalIah s8ee savors savorsatrongly savorsstronglyof savorstrongIy
atrongly of defiance defianceOf de ance anceCQmse
Of course CQmse Mir Clark knew that thatsuch no nouoh nouohr
such uohr resolution would be becarried carried ed so BOwhatcredit so1r sowhtcredit
whatcredit 1r prea the ne expected expe ted for foroffering offering offeringitjWefwLfcTsee
4 1 o h Jfi itjWefwLfcTsee it we fail UtQ to see Generosity Ge erositY ianot ianotO is not notth notthterzigeneaUyapplied
O N th thterzigeneaUyapplied term generally g era1l l applied ppIiedto to one one who wh whI whoI
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deals freely with other peopless peoplessmoney peoplessJ peoplessmoney
money m ner J nor Democracy De ocracy to those who whothus whothus whoI whothus I
thus attempt to overrule the voice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party So just where Mr Clark Clarkhas Clarkhas Clarkhas
has located himself by this buncombe buncomberesolution buncomberesolution bunconiberesolution
resolution is yet y t to be revealed revealedBE
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BE HONEST MR CLARK CLARKHon CLARKHon CLARKHon
Hon Frank Clark now consoles consoleshimself consoleshimself consoleshimself
himself by telling Jacksonville not to todespair todespair todespair
despair that the election was fraud fraudulent fraudulent fraudulent ¬
ulent in some of the western wes ern coun counties counties counties ¬
ties How about Jacksonvilles J elec election election election ¬
tion The same issue of the paper paperin
in which Mr Clarjc Clar made the theahove theahovestatement theabovestatement above abovestatement
statement there was an account of ofsimilar ofsimilar ofsimilar
similar fraud in nearly all the wards wardsin
in the city of Jacksonville Mr MrClark JIrClark MrClark
Clark should bear in mind the fact factthat factthat factthat
that he is not the only man in the theState theState theState
State that can contest an election electionand electionand electionand
and that Jacksonville will lose as asmuch asm asmu
much m mu h thereby as Tallahassee As is isfrequently isfrequently isfrequently
frequently the case Mr Clark sees seeshis seeshis seeshis
his hobby of the two two years past pasthumbled pasthumbled past1humbled
humbled by overwhelming defeat defeatand defeatand defeatand
and like a drowning man is grasp grasping grasping grasping ¬
ing at any straw of hope that may mayappear mayappear mayappear
appear appearBe
Be honest Mr Clark Suppose Supposethat
that everything had been just as it is isexcept isexcept isexcept
except that Jacksonville instead of ofTallahassee ofTal1ah ofTallahassee
Tallahassee Tal1ah see had received the plural plurality plurality plurality ¬
ity vote wouldnt you have been the thelast thelast thelast
last man in the State to call atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to it It is a bitter pill we are areaware aie aieaware aieaware
aware brother but step up like a aman aman aman
man take the potion and be done donewith donewith donewith
with it The longer you ou put it off offthe offthe offthe
the harder it will be to take takelIad Mad ¬
ison i son Recorder He took it itSAN itSAN
1 1SAN
SAN JOSE SCALE SCALEAll SCALEAll SCALEAll
All persous who wl o know or have haveread haveread haveead
read r anything about the disease of ofiruit ofruittrees
O Ofruit
fruit f ruittrees trees know that one of the worst worstdiseases worstdiseases worstdiseases
diseases to which they are subject is isthe isthe ishe
the t he San Jose T ose scale A recent article articlewe
we read in some exchange stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the U S Department of Agri Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
culture at Washington cQnsiders that thatit thatt
it i t is impossible to eradicate it from froman
an orchard when once introduced introducedWe
We have a law on our statute books booksprohibiting booksprohibiting 3 3prohibiting
prohibiting the coming inside the theState theState theState
State of trees nfected n ected with the pest pestTo pestTo pestTo
To what extent it is enforced en or ed we do donot donot dcnot
not know but it itshoutdlie should be most rig rigidly rigidly rigidly ¬
idly idlyIn idlyIn I IIn
In an editorial l a few ew days since sincethe sincetbe sincithe
the Savannah Morning News says
tree pest known as s the theSan the5an theSan
San Jose scale has come to stay stayThat stayThat stayThat
That is the deliberate opinion of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Department of Agri Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
culture after much research There Therecan
can be no n such thing as the total totaleradication totaleradi totaleradication
eradication eradi ation of the scale sc le where it has hasonce ha hasonce
once gotten otten firmly established estab hed except exceptby excepby exceptby
by fire fireburning burning the whole orchard orchardand orchardand orchardand
and that is a process too costly to be becontemplated becontemplated becontemplated
contemplated in all instances It is isnot isnot isnot
not only on y possible but comparatively comparativelyeasy
easy to keep any certain orchard free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from the scale if its presence pr sence be de detected detected detected ¬
tected at once and immediate steps stepstaken stepstaken stepstaken
taken for its destruction n Infected Infectednursery Infectednursery Infectednursery
nursery nursery stock should be burned just justas
as soon as the infection is discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
ered After the scale has passed passedone I Ione
one entire breeding season in an anorchard anI anorchard anorchard I
orchard it may be said to have be become become become ¬
come a fixture in that orchard while whileone whileone whileone
one tree remains standing Indeed Indeedthe Indeedthe Indeedthe
the digging up and burning of all allthe allthe allthe
the fruit trees might fail to eradicate eradicatethe
the scale a ale since the chances are that thatit
it would also have found lodgment lodgmenton
on surrounding wild or or ornamental ornamentalplants ornamentalplants ornamentalplants
plants and shrubbery and be in a aposition aposition aposition
position to attack any any an new fruit fruittrees frUIttrees fruittrees
trees planted in the same ground groundThe groundThe groundThe
The San Jose scale mav therefore
be called a permanent perman nt factor in fruit fruitgrowing fruitgrowing fruitgrowing
growing in this country countryOnly countryOnly countryOnly
Only recently re ently a lot qf fruit trees treeswere treeswere treeswere
were sent into Georgia Georgiafrom from a nurs nursery nursery nurscry ¬
ery located at Nashville Tenn Tenninfected Tenniniected Tenninfected
infected with the scale although the thenurseryman thenurseryman thenurseryman
nurseryman was particularly particularlywarned particularlywarned particularlywarned
warned that it was against againstthe
the law to send trees so infected into intothe intothe intothe
the State The Atlanta authorities authoritiesvery
very properly uprooted every tree treeand treeand treeand
and burnt them root and branch branchwhich branchwhich branchwhich
which is the only way to destroy the thepest thepest theS
pest We shown letter S
were a a day dayor
or two ago written to our State Ag Agricultural Agricul Agricultural ¬
ricultural ricul ural Department that causes us usto usto usto
to fear that the pest is being shipped shippedinto I Iinto
into Florida by this same nurseryman nurserymanfrom nurs ryman rymanfrom L Lfrom
from near Nashville The gentleman gentlemanstated gentlemanstated
stated that he had purchased trees of ofthembut ofthembut ofthembut
thembut afterwards seeing se ing the th action actionof L Lof
of the Atlanta authorities he wrote wrotethem wrotethem wrotthem
them not to ship his order but butwe butweI we weunderstand weunderstibis
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understand understibis derst his letter letterwas was too toohte late to lostop tostop tostop
stop the shipment pm nt This is a very veryserious veryserious verygeiIoiis
serious matter and concerns conc concernsevery concernseveryI rns every
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fruit grower grower in the State And our ourState ourState ourState
State Agricultural Department Departmentshould Departmentshould Departmentshould
should see to it that every every everr one one is ispromptly ispromptly i
promptly warned against purchasing purchasingfruit
fruit trees from the above mentioned mentionednursery mentionednur
nursery nur ery As the Savannah News Newstruthfully Newstruthfully
truthfully says once the pest is in introduced introduced introduced ¬
troduced into an orchardits orchard its eradica eradication eradication ¬
tion is practically impossible impossibleIt
It will cause the owner constant constanttrouble constanttrouble
trouble and expense to fight it itWhile itWhile itWhile
While it can to a certain extent be bechecked bechecked bechecked
checked by bythe the use of various insecti insecticide insecticide insectidde ¬
cide their application is costly and andprevention andprevention andprevention
prevention is always better than thancure thancure thancure
cure cureThe
The fallowing f taken from a state statement statement statement ¬
ment issued hy the Executive Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee of f the Tallahassee Capital CapitalLeague CapitalLeague CapitalLeague
League ten days before the election electionshows electionshows electionshows
shows howwell how weli the Executive Com Committee Cornmittee Jommittee ¬
mittee of the League Iea ue had the matter matterin
in hand Definite information fromwell from fromwell fromwell
well informed and reliable citizens citizenswho citizenswho citizenswho
who have full knowledge of the situ situation situation situation ¬
ation has been received from all sec sections sections seetions ¬
tions of the State and the Talla Tallahassee Tallahassee Tallahassee ¬
hassee Capital League is justified in instating instating instating
stating with entire confidence that thata
a majority of all the votes cast at the theprimary theprimary theprimary
primary election on November 6th
1900 will be in favor of Tallahassee Tallahasseeas
as the Capital of the State of Flor Florida Florida FiorIda ¬
ida The majority over all for Tal Tallahassee Tallahassee Tallahassee ¬
lahassee is 1269 1269The 1269The 1269The
The Madison Recorder speaking speakingof
of the prospects prosp cts of our soon having havinga
a Southern connection over the Pal Tallahassee 1allahassee Pallahassee ¬
lahassee Southeastern Railroad says saysSoon saysSoon saysSoon
Soon our Capital will have accessi accessibilitj accessibility accessibility
bility on her side and then no place placein
in the State will dare tackle her for forthe fortbe
the Capital knowing the overwhelm overwhelming m ming ¬ S
ing defeat she gave three of the theStates thcStates theStates
States most enterprising cities when whenshe I Ishe Ishe
she had only one railroad that gave gaveher I Iher
her corainunicaton on with the various variousportions variousportions II I
portions of the State StateOfficial StateOfficial
I IOfficial
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Official returns from fortytwo fortytwoof fortytwoof
of the fortyfive counties in inFlorida inFlorida inFlorida
Florida received by the Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State give the vote for Governor in inthe inthe inthe
the recent general election as follows followsJennings followsJennings followsJennings
Jennings Democrat 25693 Mac Macfarlane lL1c1 lL1c1farlane Macfarlane
farlane Republican 63U 63 4 Morton MortonPopulist 1IortonPopulist MortonPopulist
Populist 700 In this vote Mr MrJennings MrJennings S SJennings
Jennings leads the remainder of the theticket theticket theticket
ticket by more than one thousand thou and
Tallahassee Tallah 8 ee is fortunate in inhavin inhavinsuch > having havingsuch havingsuch
such men as Bloxham Henderson HendersonRaney llendersonRaney endersonRaney
Raney Fred Myers and others to go goout goout gcout
out in the field and buckle on their theirarmor theirarmor theiarmor
armor to fight in her defense defenseMetropolis defenseMetropolis defenseMetropolis
Metropolis MetropolisJacksonvilles MetropolisJacksonvilles MetropolisJacksonvilles
Jacksonvilles Gala Week WeekThe WeekThe WeekThe
The Gala Week this year is larger largerand largeiand
and better than ever The Theaness new newfeatures newfeatures r rfeatures
features will be especially attractive attractiveThere attractiveThere attractiveThere
There will be a parade of the city e y de departments departments departments ¬
partments Merchants ts Trades Dis Display Display Display ¬
play with 500 floats fantastic parade paradewith paradewith paradwith
with over 5000 OOO in costume a grand grandfloral grandfloral granc I Ifloral
floral parade with over 200 traps and andau am I Iau
au drr dwobiles obiles It is estimated that over 1 15OOO
5000 will be spent in decorations decorationsin 3 3in
in the floral parade alone Three Threeafternoons Threeaiternoons Threafternoons
afternoons will be devoted to horse horseracing horseracing horsracing
racing the finest horses ever seen in inthe inthe ii 1 1the
the South have been entered The Thestreets Thestreets Thistreets
streets will be full of attractions attractionsFree attractionsFree attractionsFree
Free shows will be given twice daily
Acrobats Trapeze Performers Tigh TightRope TighRope 1 1Rope
Rope Walkers Song and Dance DanceSpecialties DanceSpecialtie DancSpecialties
Specialties etc The best of Bos Bostocks Bostocks Bostooks
tocks shows have been signed and anda andanumber a anumber 3 3number
number of other excellent attractions attractionsThe L LThe
The railroads have given a rate of ofone ofone o f fone
one fare for the round trip with 50 50cents 50cents 5 D Dcents
cents admission to the race track trackAll trackAll traclAll
All these features contribute to make makethis makethis e ethis
this the best Gala Week we have haveever haveever e eever
ever had Every Everyone one should come cometo comcto C Cto
to Jacksonville and participate in a aweek aweek aweek
week of Hilarity and Gaiety There Therewill Therewill Therwill
will be plenty of accommodations
for all and full information can be besecured hesecured besecured
secured by addressing the Gala GalaWeek GalaVeek GalaTeek
Week Executive Committee Jack Jacksonville Jacksot1ville Jacksonville ¬
sonville Everybody come comeHon comeHon comeHon
Hon John M McKinnie Dead DeadThe Deadrrhe DeadThe
The news of the death of lion lionJohn lionJohn HonJohn
John JI McKinnie which was wasflashed wasHashed wasflashed
flashed over the wires on last Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day was read with great regret by a alarge alarge alarge
large circle of friends and acquain acquaintances acquaintances acquaintauces ¬
tances all over the State especially in inthis inthis inthis
this city where he was so well known knownJohn knownJohn knownJohn
John McKinnie was a man of more morethan morethan morethan
than ordinary ordin ry ability and has occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied positions of public trust us and re responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
sponsibility for many years all of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which he filled with honor h nor to himself himselfhis
his party and his State As State StateSenator StatSenator StateSenator
Senator representing Jackson coun county county counY ¬
ty Y he always alw y did his full ull duty not notonly notonly notonly
only towards his constituents but to tohis
his State at large And always en enthe ¬
joyed the respect and confidence of
his bi Senatorial colleagues He was
frequently called to preside overttie overttiecouncils overthecouncils overtliecouncils
councils of his party as Chairman Ch aT1 of oftheir oftheir f ftheir
their State Conventions COQve 1tio lS and dhisrj his rul ¬
ings were fair and andimpartialtohid andimpartialtohidand ndimpart impartial al to o friend friendand me d dand
and foe He was a true and tri d
Democrat of oftheo the old 1 school schboliQne LOne LOnea One
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did d id not nofhave have to ask as how 3 3o1n ol o n Mc McKinnie McKinriie tIcKinnie ¬
Kinnie stood on this or r tharj thatlIssue thatlIssueHe issue issueHe issueHe
He was wasaiways always with his partjf parttfight parttfighting fight fighting ¬
ing i ng its it tattles standing squarely on onts n
ts platforms pla f rms promulgated by it in inconvention ill illconvention monvention
convention c assembled assembledHe j jHe iHe
He died at his home in Majianna Majiannaafter MaHannaafter Maianna Maiannafter
after a a lingering illness and leaves le leves ve a amother amother amother
mother and many friends to fnourn fnournhis
his h is loss lIe was State Attorney Attor ey at atthe atthe athe
the t time of his death and the Circuit CircuitCourt ircuit ircuitCourt ircuitCourt
Court of o Jackson county suspended suspendedits sU p nded ndedits
its i ts session session in his honor H Hf was wasburied wasburied as asbUrIed
buried an Saturday last with Wlt Pythian Pythianhonors Pythlanhonors Pythianhonors
honors in i the family burial ground at atMarianna atllarianna atMarianna
Marianna
j jCivil
Civil Appointments AppointmentsGovernor AppointmentsGovernor I IGovernor
Governor Bioxham has made ma e the thefollowing th6following theollowing
following f civil appointments appointmentsE i iE
E P Chaffin of Warrington to be benotary benotary benotary
notary public for the State at atlarg atlargJohn at1argJohn larg largJohn
John C White ot Tampa to be benotary benotary benotary
notary public for the State atjlarge atjlargeWalter a at1IarreWalter ilargeW
Walter W alt r S Graham of Miami to be benotary benotary benotary
notary public for the State at large largeE
E GHill G Hill of Lawtney to ie e no notary notary notary ¬
tary public for the State at large largeMark largellark largeMark
Mark W Munroe of Quin4y Quin y to tobe tobe tobe
be notary nota y public for the State S te at atlanre atlarge atlarge
large lanreHon largeHon largeHon
Hon J Walter Kehoe of 3Iar 3Iarana ftlarana jiarLana
ana was wa appointed State Attorney Attorneyfor Att rney rneyfor
for the First Judicial J Circuit vice viceJohn v vEzeJohn e eJohn
John II McKyme deeeased deeeasedLetters deeeasedLetters j jLetters
Letters Patent PatentSecretary PatentSecretary i iSecretary
Secretary of State Crawford last lastweek l t tweek
week issued is ued letters patent for the theincorporation theincorpor
incorporation incorpor tion of the Local Union UnionCarpenters lfnionCarpenters UnionCarpenters
Carpenters and Joiners of Tampa TampaFla
Fla with wit a capital of 5000 i The Theorganization Theorganiza Theorganization
organization organiza ion will buy and sell real realand realand realand
and personal property erect build buildings luildings buildings ¬
ings and andother other improvements J C CGrisnelLi CGrisnelli CGrisnell
GrisnelLi D F Morton and W V T F Ft FSCltt FSctt
Scott are arb t among the incorporators incorporatorsLetters incorpor tor torTetter
Letters patent were today issued issuedby isslledby issuedby S
by the Secretary of State for the tl e in incorporation incorporat incorporation ¬
corporation corporat on of the W V A Dcnliam DcnliamCompany DenhamCompanj DenhianiCompan
Company of Pensacola with a capi capital capital ¬
tal of St 0OUO to conduct
a ship shipbuilding shiphuil shiplnildlng ¬ S
building huil < lmg business gs sell general mer merchandise m er erchandis ¬
chandise own and operate launches launchesand
and othqr ot h r vessels and engage in ingeneral a ageneral agen I
general gen ral brokerage and commission commissionbusiness commissionlUsine I IlusineS
business The stockholders aje J JE f fE
E Barr W V A Denham and J r F FDunwacjy FDunwaq FDniiva
Dunwacjy Dunwacjyi Dniiva
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We y e alp a F advised that Mr A Pope PopeAssistant PopeAssistai9 ope opeAsslStal
Assistant AsslStal General Freight l Agent of ofthe ofthe o I Ithe
the Seaboard Sea Sealoard oard Air Line Railway Hail way who whohas whohas svh svhhas
has sincp n its enlargement to include includethe inIudithe
the Floiiida FI0l1 da Central and Peninsular PeninsularRoad PeninsularRoad PeninsulaRoad
Road been ibe m Assistant General GeneralFreight GeneralFreight GeneraFreight I
Freight Agent of the Georgia and andAlabama andAlabama am amAlabamat
Alabama Division thereofwith office officeat
at Savannah Sava nah became on the 15thinst 15thinst 15th 15thinst
inst also als91 Assistant General Ge eral Freight FreightAgent FreightAgent r ight ightAgent
Agent of f the Florida Central and andPeninsular andPei1 andPeninsular
Peninsular Pei1 nsular Division and nd that while whileMr whileMr whileMr
Mr Popes POp s headquarters will be e atSavann atSavannah
Savannah h he will maintain an office officeorganization officeorganization officeorganization
organization at Jacksonville in some someshape someshape someshape
shape to give prompt courteous and andintelligent andintelligeqt andintelligert
intelligent attention to all freight freightmatters freightmatt freightmattrs
matters matt ls pertaining to said Division Divisionand Divisionand Divisionand
and that it will behis be his great pleasure pleasureto
to do alt al it is possible by courteous courteousattention courteousattentioil
attention to aid in every way iij it de developing developing developing ¬ S
veloping not only the freight re reenue reenueof enue enueof
of said railway r but to promote the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various commercial and industrial industrialinterests industrialinterests industrialinterests
interests of the territory the said F FC FC Fci
C P Ry reaches and he
us of his desire to invite correspond correspondence ¬
ence aqd a aid d interviews at all t timewith mes meswith
with all shippers and receivers offreight
freight freightMr
Mr Pope expects to spend a fan fanportion fairportionqf faiiportion
portion portionqf qf his own time at Jack Jacksonvilleto Jacksonville Jacksonville
sonvilleto sonville to the end of giving per personal personal personal ¬
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middle of o the stream fishing for forsheepheadwhen forsheephead forsheephead
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swimming across the river and With Atfithout Without ith ithout
out a second invitation Mr Harrell Harrellsoon
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old stag who it seems when Mr MrHarrell llrHarrell MrHarrell
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him over j the head would plunge plungeforward plungeforward plungeforward
forward and ud defeat the lick After Aftertrying Aftertrying Aftertrying
trying in invain vain to capture or kill him himMr himMr himMr
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line so the next time he came in inreach inreach inreach
reach he threw his line over the old oldfellowss oldfellowss oldfellowss
fellowss head ead hooking him in one oneeye olieeye oneeye
eye and ari after going down downstream dQWIstream d wi wistream
stream for several hundred yards he hemanaged hemanaged hemanaged
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to pound him over the head which whichsoon whichsoon whichsoon
soon made Mr Harrell the happiest happiestman
man in St StMarks Marks for he had a Hun Hundredpound lundredpound ¬ I
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