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AUG 23 1904
ic ;-.;... .TFor the Weekf FA9tment of Agtiimture,_
p...,WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
P ishf d Every Friday, Devoted to the Naval Stores, Lumber and manufacturing Intemst.
Va seet& sl aw2 f1 me Kaooatlpo C"=M" of a o ft- 1 000 0001Wall ASeeae as Mst EMIuRM cMiW ft an* Adkpte DePC ift. 89OX Is AnuaI C6
m i an e Organ Alo of d Asa A&~ Sep. I I wM as o f of Maee rwo s dog Vm ae AsStm im000m
Aap "M 19. s Me 01 rt e fsd ern.ler Cose' Awseclafte. Xuderseur v ef t feram Beo
Asoia tione. ONEWI Ofta of 9ft Seuethessteeu deck Graver s Aassorlttee.
T. fIVOL I 8 7
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Reduced Rates on all Railroads Granted for Annual Convention of Operators.
Om Pa asod a Third hor the Roud Trip-Penra Atinada Murt Sere Ceatcates Vhen They Purch *a Ticket to JaesOville, Wtch
Ce tate Must Be Sined by the T. 0. A. Secretary Beote Returning.
0. W AUL RATBE one fare and
a 6 -s for the rod trip has been
rntsdel for the Convention of the
lAs O tos Aocam r to be
aLis m8 il' e on the 14th and Ith"
i sp--r. The rate obsen an rail-
in N eth an South Crolina, Geor-
.lbM a, Miceiippi, Alabma, a"d
i i ma t of the Midieippi River.
Serving letter from Chirman Rich-
. b uNlt, o &eeretary J .A. Hollomo.,
: -ttr ke r ierl n.
".: rluW m ud es o d. o
S- tmat, Augml 16, 190.
n 4 3as nr sae reinto i rle A-eML
A. Mdismna, Secretry, Jackm-
Deor 1r: Each of the railroads shown
I tiasMt persma from an points
6 t Moth Cororad, mieMippi,
; lie o the inisiirp Biriver, attending
Sb Twrpetine Oprtaor' Aaoeiatioa, to
ha at aidc vfle, Fa., September
S 94- N1, ineamive, will be granted a
j o iB their return railroad fare by
soult traveled in going to the meet-
under the ruie an reglatiom bhown
go de book eret
Tflet for the etrn jourmy will be
m M dLat se rte eay to pease
'* Jlilb eaks4e=1 of the standard foe
-w. -l hw"kr ,) d*uy sind with ink
y yon, M .utary, and $ad sy Mr.
4V-, Iffim"014-Cljda Ag--- whomt
qM s. a. at Cty Ticket Offie S. A. L
1 *B* ---- Ie IB
**. Jaowar.io, vs.
M3 1a. note that the reduced rate re-
w" uIfhwill w ot apply unless there are
4oa ren Io holding properly
lf|ii atiai of the stdard formn
* a f *Mdar s at the meting, ad that the
Sawela Oh mseoag be fully advised as
1to the enlimoas under which reduced
S tes oekurning may be obtained. Youl
attnutim i invitedlo to he endoeed bIanka
m H4. Youcan secure say number o
tLone nks from this oke at the rate
sote per hadred. I beg to ggest
e- Oak yu see a supply sad mad one tc
4 Suh 4Eapt. kindly advise me by rw
Moa Ml yar as.pbanc in behALf
*or me w m for which th
arangment is made of those term and
conditions. Very repetfully,
T Complete condiam..
Pereos paying ful tariff fare going to
meetings for which rates e arranged and
who hold ertiseate of the standard form
properly executed ad stamped by the
agents at the t n points,will be old
tickets for the retr )ourey, Under the
rule and reguatio eri ftar et foth
at s-thMr (r-3) of the iret-dlosm te
fae, pls twety-yve eata, via the roaut
traveled in gong to place of meeting, a
speefed on the aertaf.
(1) Each pemma drin to avail him-
self of the reded mre m t parlhe a
fit-elss ticket (either limited or ulim-
ited) to the ple of meetg at the reg-
lar tariff rate, ad at the s e time pro-
ere from the ticket agem a ertifcate of
the standard for popery executed ad
stamped by aid agent. If a through
ticket cannot be pronured at starting
point the person sheu purchase to the
most conveniet point at whih such tick-
et an be obtalid and there reparebhe
through to the place of meeting, proeuriag
a standard certificate from each agent
from whom a ticket is purchased, aad
presenting all of the certificates to the
Special Agent at place of meeting.
(2) It is absolutely nece ary that cer-
tifcates be procured indicating that full
fare has been paid for going passage and
also indicating the routes traveled in
going to the places of meeting. No refund
of fare ean be expected because of failure
t. secure such "ertifeste-.
(3) c rtiiates must be signle with
ink by the authorized odeer of oe of the
societies or meetings mentioned herein
which ws attended by the purchasers of
the tickets, certifying that fifty (So) r
more persn heMing properly receipted
certileates of the standard form have been
in attmice at the vm ting.a
(4) Each certificate must bear the
vise of the special agent.
(5) No certificate wll be honored for
reduced fare which evideeces that less
than seventy-five cents was paid for the
(6) The starting point must be a
point from which the rate applies for the
(7) No certificate will be
All Turpentine Mern
Are earnestly urged to be in J*maroilel an the
14th and 15th of September to attend fthe At ual
Convention of the Turpentine Operator' Assoation.
This request is made, not only upon the members of the
Associdion those who ve he L.tdocre been identified
with that organization,--but upon all persons, of all sec
tions, who are manufacturers of, factors, dealers or work
ers in naval stomr It is particularly i. po tnt that all
proJuceis aMend. Conditions just now, and couditiuos
that are prospective, mad attention. Operators n mst
come together, and with he strength o numbers and the
wisdom of conser atism m eet and properly discuss ad
act upon various trade matters that are at this time before I
the turpntiae fraternity.
Let every operator in the South begin now topre
pare to be in J-asanrille on that oocr- a
which was procmed frm the ase t
starting point more tham three days
to the date fixed for the eommmsa md
of the meeting (Sunday nst isdd),
except that when a mstin i bhd it a
distant point to which the reglr tra
limits are more than three days etil-
eate will be honored which was pTem
more them three dy prir to the dai
fixed for the commeeement of the mpet-
ing. provided uch earticate was puem
within the Iuber of days "it N
it" prescribed i regoli od-war twas
as applicable fromtte tat t whiat-
certificate was procured to the la -
(8) No ertiicate will be hore whk
shows the purhae of a ticket for th
going journey more th to days a r
the date fxed for the comm*emeemet e
9) No certificate will be hoIm Ad r-
less presented during the time that the
meeting is in session, or wit three dys
(Sunday not inaludd) after t die
fixed for the adjournmet of the m ting
(10) The ticket for the return jouer
will be limited to coatinou passage
the fist train leaving the plaes of me-
ing after purchase.
(Il Certificates will not be homal
eeduetors. Thy must be proeted to
(12) Neither eertiatesta or tik-a
furnished on amount of the meeting
tranferable, and if pmrased by ay
other persons than tnhe riinal pIre a
they will not be honored but will be fr-
(13) The word "delegate" will be writ-
ten or stamped nacrs the face of the m-
tract aad each coupon of seah ticket i-
sued for the return journey.
(14) The wives ad family of dw e-
gates attending sack et w bill ab w
corded the sm oeameum as degmes
upon presentation of duly emeuted esr-
tifcates. By the term families is m nt
males under 21 yea of a and depend-
(15) Special agents will not vine r-
tificates issued at stations lMeatd ortm
of the Ohio and Potome or ween of *t
Mississippi rivers, unless there i a
mum attendance of one hundred (100) g|^
esom at the meeting, holding p.ep a
ceipte certialse .
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$3 A YEAML
2 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
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C. B. ROGER&, Fu...uft.
W. A. GALLAHER and E. A. CHAPLAIN, Vixc-Pnxasma m.
DILECTORS : C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Chmnplain, 1. A. McEaehern and J. A. Or
B. F. Bullard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Pensacola.
c. H. HODGWON, Bac, and uW
anford, of JacksoMvine;
PAID UP CAPITAL $5oo,ooo.
Main Office and Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa, Peasacela, tl,.
and Savannah, Ga.
The Consolidated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Compaiy
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of Florida Naval Stores and Commission Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the
Mutual Naval Stores Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Tampa; the grocery branch
of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the
grocery branch of the Southern Naval Stores Company, of Savannah.
Will handle everything in Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain, Pro-
Domestic and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc.
Shipments to all points that can be reached the cheapest through the branch stores of the Company, and prompt
attention given all orders through the main office and branches.
The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the
Caslst of oe fTreeStery Bldllag, 70x200; swe tfwstory baildia. 50x390, m e oe-.story Aiuldui, 80xz28
making the largest space of ay Company of the kiMl In the Soth.
Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla
Branches Tampa. Fla., Pensacola. Fla., and Savannah. Ga.
___ ._-T CORD WILL .. WORTH .LLA O ............... -
Tim scoIg warL a weRar poteU TO M ow wz.
THE WEEKLY INDUIlTRIAL RBEORD.
I o \i
I J. 0 Schofeld's Sons ;orpany,;
memo&*&.& Sjig SS&OSOOS *6-44040000000 1a
eadqur.. .rs for
No plant oomplet without oe.
SHndreds ofm tin in mG orMa
tForida, Alabamal OVp
SSoth Carolina. Writfor prUu-
lars ad prieas. We alsh maamuacte
SEgires, BMWers ad Hih
Grads MaddOLu ,
to well acar a full ndV complete
SBlier Tues, Etc.
Advise your wants.
i Macon, - Georgia.
0* e of Is W" ws tLr C sw
08090 $test$* Soto t.O OW 000 0 C,'V""'**
*W. W. GAAMMn Pran
W. TUOKAS Umsswr. CL T DUDLT. See. & Time
Tampa Hardware Co.
Turpentine, Mill and Phosphate Supplies.
j AWl~P r
B Stock Council and Holmes Hacks
Lnd Pullers on Hand.
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Tank & Export Company
Of SAVANNAH. GA., U. S. A.
A. 13 COVN9GION,
c. a. ELjjS.
J B PADGUFT.
. L. KAYTON,
W. C. POWZrL.
A. D. OOVMINTOI.
J. I. CHnsMNUT
G. W. DM=N,
J. L. CONOLY.
Our teal are well equipped and thoroughly enameled and are
mavenintly situated at the terminals of the 8. A. L. and A. C. L.
Railways. Our char.s for storing have been revised.
WRITE rmeT OF THE AaVV FOR PARCULARS.
W. R. THOMAS
Turpentine, Log and Phosphate Mules.
riu-i-. u-------------------iiiiurs~ r --
THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILE.
S . .. ..-s m- e, R_.
CAPITAL S3OO00O SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFRS $30M000
We ee Time Certiacates of Depo;st, whleh draw Bterst at the raf ftBW Ipr
ceautr aam, if held ninety days or longer.
Tarke a sutca ths au let yur svir ng sllnr .
PticUlar ttentioo p rid to Out--Town ceents. se _,dig _eo _r _...._
"When the Leaves Begin to Fall"
Watch out for Chills end Fever.
Planters Tasteless Chill Tonic
Sa sure Cure-GUARANTED TO CUE 4
We ru o reisk In making this guaranty. I
Neees, S. C. June 1, 1904.
I had beea msnering with chills and fever for the
last lye years ad had tried doctors' medicine, bat got no
reie nti I began to use planters Chill Tonic, which, I
am thankful to say, bda cured me.
Write s for booklet and special prices.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO..
a. N. PrOWEr CHAS. G. NAMRS, aENR AMNe.Lr
Preshaat. rkce-Preshent an Treasurer. Secrwtry.
.. R. Powell. Chas. 6. IMrrs, f. Mc.IILe.c P. L. Sutherlad, R. V. CorI w.
Southern Manufacturing Co.,
Cerir f West Bay am Naiei Sts.
Wholesale Drugs Commissary Supplies
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to quote prices on
anything in the drug line. We make packed drugs a pecialty and can ae you
money. Mail orders are given prompt attention.
Young's Female College,
*PrSs SPerIIren IJtL, 1904. Unsurpassed Climate, Cultured Cmmemlty, Splemli
equipment, select aRucation, Individual attention to each student, limited number of arrlg
students; road. comprehensive courses leading to A. B and aE S. decrees; ratcul of eigt
tan specialists; Musle. ocution and Physical Culture Specialtis; total cost from I to l for
ten month term. Write for catalogue to-
L COCHILANE HUNT. President.
'T1 Sept. 1st. ichmond. Ky.
under new management. Thoroughly
renovated and repaired throughout, ia-
eluding new electric elevator and our
own electric light plant.
SH. N. O'NEAL. Prop.
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUOH AND DRESSED
LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE.
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
Steamer Shipments a Speciaty.
.Heavy Wagons, Harness and Buggies. For PrIlt Dive SM Us Yur CGmlsIar CMk Oris.
-m MooXn u X Sou8M GMRAT TRADE JOURNAL.
J0101 V. YOUNG.
a W. SAW0T.
IL Al AWOMb.
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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Them advertiers awe in this Lban. If
you wa"t MWn"& leek thnugh tV&
d eam l MAt and write to the Am ap-
- 6 therem TMe rReord -a
a prompt rmspo
Gilbert, Fred K, Jacksonvill, a.
Atlti National Bank, Jacksonvill, Fla.
Commra Bank, Jacksomvill, la.
Central Natial Bank, Oala, Fa.
utile Bank, JackMonil*, Fla.
National Bank of Jacksonvillo
BOX8S AND CRATS.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jadmonvile, 1k.
Froter, Geo. I, Jr., Jacksonvile, la.
Southern Fel & Supply Cb, The, Jackson-
South Atlanti COar & Manufacturing Co,
Crai & i ro, J. A, JacksnviDe, ia.
Refroe Co, H. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Ma.
Koas, Furehgott A Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
cN8MISSON ME2 HANTS.
Bale a Mo tory, New York City.
Lared u, M. W, New York City.
Tolar, Hart & Co, New York City.
Camon Co, The Quitman, Ga.
ooerage ., The, Jacksonville, a.
Jacksonville Cooperag Co, Jacksonville,
QnUma Cooperage Co., Qiumae, a.
Kirk Jones, Jacdkonville, Fa.
Southern Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville,
ovington Co, The, Jacksonville, Fl
Koal, Fregott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville, Fla.
Lembard Iron Works A Suppy Co, Au-
Merrill-Steves Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SehoAe's Sos Co., J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
nrphy, T, Jacksonville, a.
SSchoeld's Son Co, J. 8., Macon, Ga.
ISEGBT CLAIW AGRfCT.
Flrid Freight Claim Agency, Jason-
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jack-
Getting Furniture Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig Bro, J. -A, Jacksonville, Fla.
nfree C., H. A. Jacksoville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co, Jacksonville, Fa
Comolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Elis-Young Co., Savanah, a.
Hargraves Co., C. H., Jacksonville, Fa.
Johnson Co., W. B., Jacksonville, Fla.
Peacock, Hunt Wet Co, Savannah, Ga
United Groeery Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
White, Walton & Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah, Ga.
Kohn, Furehgott & Co, Jacksonille, Fla
Baird & Co., E Jackskokaville, Fla.
Bond A Bour Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla
Bris Hardware Co., W. H.Valdosta, Ga.
Christopher, John G., Jacksonville, Fla.
Marion Hardware C, Ocala, Fla
Tampa Hardwre Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed Co., J. D., fSvamnah Ga.
eMeray Bam, Jadmrvle, Fla
Thomas, W. R., Gainesvile, Fk.
raig & Bro., J. A, Jacknville, Fa.
Renfroe Co., H. A, Jaeksonville, Fl.
Stdard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fa
Aragon, The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hotel Bartholdi, New York City.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Merrill-Steves Co., Jatcoville Fi.
Murphy, T., Jacksonville, Fla.
Sehofeld's Sons Co., J. Macon, Ga.
Greenleaf & Croeby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & 1ager, Jacksonville, Fla.
Bettelini, F., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hanne Bros., Jacksonville, Fla.
Spencer Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Southern Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville,
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Murphy, T., Jaksonville, Fla.
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. 8, Macon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR .URPE JalUU PRO-
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Kingan & Co, Ltd., Jacksonville, Fla.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga.
McMillan Bros., Savannah, Ga.
Briggs Hardware Co., W. H., Valdoeta, Ga.
Christopher, John G-, Jacksonville, Fla.
Marion Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S., Macon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tapa, Fla
MULES AND HORSES.
Thomas, W. Gainesville, Fla.
Salem Nail Co., New York City.
Barnes-Jessup Co, The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jacksoa-
Ellis-Young Co., The, Savannah, Ga.
Independent Naval Stores and Eport Co,
Peacock, Hunt & West Co, Savannah, Ga.
Standard Naval Stores Co, Jacksonville,
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
Baird & Co., L E., Jacksonville, Fla.
Bond & Bours Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Griling Bros. Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co., W. H., Valdoeta, Ga.
Campbell, J. R., Ocala, Fla.
Christopher, John G., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Marion Hardware Co, Ocala, Fla.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville, Fla.
Gilbert, Fred E., Jacksonville, Fla.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
Schofield's-Sons Co, J. S., Macon, Ga.
. White-Blakeslee Mfg. Co., Ririnighrm,
National Tank & Export Co, Savannah,
SBeckwith, Henderson & Warren, Tampa,
Brobeton, Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Buckman Jacksonville, Fla.
Maatee Costy Abstract Compay.
L S. Joses, Abstracter.
Bradeatow, Mamtee C ty, Florida.
Complete and reliable books, ties perfected.
Taxes paid for non-resident property owners in
Fraier, W. W., Jacksonville, F la
iUvingston SoS, J H. HO s, Via. I
Southern S4taee Ind and Timber C.,
West-Baley-Bannie Co, The Jacksonville
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksovaile, ia.
Merril-Stevens 0(, Jacksonville, Fa.
Covington Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Clyde Steamship Co., The, New York City.
Holmes & Co., Samuel P., Jacksenville Fla.
Renfroe Co., H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cyprss Tank Co, obil, Ala.
bavis & Son, G. M, Palatka, a.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. 8, Macon, Ga.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville, F.
Council Tool Co, The, Waanish, N. C.
luK tPiMgs APPARATUS.
Chattanooga Pottery Ca, Jacksrile, la.
Pine Product coM ur OL .
ettevrif, N. a
Pine Belt omnlstraei OC, Th% S1e
Standard TIrpti- Co.. 1w, Saw Ut
luRxPELmas 82UL LU
Baker, X A. BumawiI OGa.
Davi & Son., G. M, Pabtha, 1k.
Davis & SOu, B Mo Paetha, Pk.
Grivot Typewriter n t. JdrnVm
McMurray & Baker, JackaeaM 1l.
Thoma, W. B, G inw I.k
Greenleaf & Qusby C0, Ja1mh Mk.
Hess & Sianr, Jaicksovi, Bb-
Cnmmer Lumber Co., Jadainsl I
East Coast Lmber Coa, Watertw
MORTG ES. ,
WILLIAM W. FRAZIER,
Real Estate Broker.
H. A. Renfroe Co.
Stb" to Order atiReadayMad Pram MaIl Orders Girvn Pem"rus Ma
439 W. Bay;Sret. JACKSONVILA FLA.
33333 sim1il *333333 i.,, tit,, 333333133 u1mamsss
J. P. WIZJAM. President.
T. A. Jauira2d ed V rePheatt.
H. L. KATM, Seretary..
J. A. G. Cameo. Voe-lMet
* D. .. Whte. Tranrer.
-JP P.WILLIAMS COMPANY
mi naM a so fi.loh M am uI6f
-ainiorLnee 0xVAPNRU, O*OflI
mrnn- PUMALCOALU, S LA. MrssIn ef or
10netom".IJACALSOXNY3LIFLE, IK COILJSS Q5.
:Naval Stores Prodlcers are Invited to Corvepeud MI& Us.
0. A. BAu0wd
d-Ph- d I
Write mae or ris n
1P. 0-. B. amy p"-th Ib I
"sma or Ao
Job work through the
S country a speSlty.
arrestt ad Oldest Conwer lrunswId(, Ga
works ia G.ora. r
W" My specialty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do not leah
Loans negotiated for uon-residents on approved
title with gil-edged security paying interest -
at 10 per cent per ananm, seed-anually.
sponc t "oudull. Send your order for general printing to the Record
DON'T FAIL TO MOTION THE RECORD TO ADVERTISERS
III W. U'SVTU STRME,
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
mep oemma in the south.
o( i the strangest phame of Ameri-
a B in the md rush to got poaasi
f goer t lands a- oo a they are
-qen for asettem t. When the Chero-
s strip was opened for settlement there
w regulations governing the individ-
al Msietio of claims except that o one
was allrwed to enter upo the lab d until
the opening day, aad a had elsim belong
d to him who'got to it firs For weeks
rier to the opening vast hordes of heom
skers camped along the border of the
territay, and when the hur for entrance
aived thire was such a mad rush, so
mny eeidten occurred and so meh of
tibif asd violence arse that the gov-
eramet afterward adopted a lottery
mems fr the allotment of indiidual
Sdatms. In the Rosebud reservation, which
ws opened for settlement during the
d mlng days of last month, there were
- t S' tMI tracts of 10 acres each to
be 4-lrlmted by lottery. There were
wer lk0M0 *ppler *i- These appliea-
thU M i d to be made in person at certain
41 6d pots. The government prie-
Sthe lad is $4 per are regadless of
qsy or location, one-fourth cash in
adiam ad balamre in istalments of
" a yar. It requires Ave years time
a-I a atml resideme of sixteen months
a the lad to perfect a title, besides in-
in-umle details of red tape ciremloeu-
tiUs of "ow not to do it" character.
Bow these ho._scekel arrived at the
eemida on that the lands of the Chero
e strip, that were aIloted in serpraltj
the io country grist mill principle of
*t eme first serve," were "cheap'
h is beyond the knowledge of busine
who do business on business prin
Mp The rush to register and tak
a e"" in the government lottery a
qmrter smete s of aind in the Bomeb
rservatio can be easily accounted for
S proposition appealed to the oldest
*dife ot and most adtlral of human in
a t s, the gambling spirit. The idea o
gttd something for nothing has per
Svaded the human mind since ages before
SJak, the youngest son ofIIke, put up
am of pmttage against his elder broth
rea birthright. One score and sixteen
atm is have paused since this n
I talltrnMittion took place, and it i
s M a debatable question as to which-
M ai or Jake-wea out.
In the matter of "signing up" fo
-hmmsteads ia the Cherokee strip let
Stihn ve yems have suited to show the
"- iour et e b y Ave who "won out" ai
oers in t e long run. In the Rosebu
government lad lottery it can be easily
Sshw that all of the winers are loser
Sif we tak into consideration how mu
better they could have done by invest
the um amoun of money in unfenee
w lands of ti Southern States, eitb
in the hardwood, or in the Southern pi
- sections. Four dollars an acre, five ye
to get a title, a long residence in a wi
regr where the rainfall is insufficie
to produce profitable annual crops withoi
mastly irimatie, and a weary wait
yeas for transportation facilities f
what little surplus products t
dreohi, the cyclone, the pots
beete and the grasshoppers ma
lave them, to say nothing of t
ralead fares and other expenses they i
s d in registering and in perfect
their homestead titles-are what the hoa
Se of mleky tickets in the govern
Sland lottery have won. In the light
widly known ad established facts in r
gad to million of acres of unimproved
lands n the Southern States, these win-
ners of homestead government lands may *
be looked upon as losers of both money
and energy, to say nothing of the depri-
ration for years of home comforts and
happiness. These hordes of people who
engaged in the mad rush to secure homes
in the wild government lands of the West,
must either have been sadly deceived by
land speculators, railroad immigration
agents, or other interested parties, or
else they lacked intelligence, or were the
victims of inherited gambling instincts,
to have overlooked the certain and speedy
opportunities of acquiring comfortable
homes in the Southland, where a genial
climate demands only a very moderate
expenditure of physical and mental en-
ergy, and where the annual rainfall, no-
where less than forty, and on the thirty-
sixth parallel of latitude, about sixty
inches, insures that never will there be
a failure of all the crops. The meteoro- 0
logical conditions that would cause a fail- i
ure of one crop in the Southern States are
the best for half a dozen others of equal 4
Unless there is some deception pra- 4
ticed upon American-born homeseekers it
is difficult to comprehend why they should *
so invariably look to the West for cheap q
homes when there are millions of untilled, ,
and practically unoccupied lands in the 4
States of the Central South that offer far 4
better opportunities. The making of a g
home on the government lands in the
semi-arid, and, for the most part, treeless
regions of the West, is a serious and a
life-time undertaking. It means years of
toil, hardship, deprivation of the ordinary
Comforts of life, and often a sod house
to start with The Cherokee strip and all
of Oklahoma lie in the regular path of
the southwest tornadoes, and the Rosebud
lands in South Dakota lie in the home of
. the cyclone and all of them are subject to
Recurring droughts. For the same, and in
many localities in Kentucky, Tennessee,
f Arkansas and parts of other States, for
-even less price per acre than the govern-
emeat charges the homesteader, lands
a fairly well covered with timber can be
" had within easy each of transportation
n and markets. One-fourth cash payment
- secure immeate possession and, if the
s settler is dissatisfied with his purchase,
She has the privilege of selling his interest
at any time. The homesteader on gov-
r ernment land is not allowed this privilege.
is He must remain on his claim until he
it proves up his title, and that will require
e not less than Ave years if no compliea-
d tions in 9he red tape business arise. In
y the Southern States timber for house
a, building and farm .improvements iN
h plentiful and very cheap. There is a
ng small but increasing influx of new set-
d, tiers in this region and it is not at all un-
er common for the purchaser to sell enough
ne of spare timber to pay for the land before
rs his notes for the deferred payments fall
Id due. It is done frequently within a rnd-
nt ius of less than twenty miles of the city
ut of Nashville, and within hearing of the
of railroad whistles. The region immedi-
or ately surrounding the capital city of Ten-
be nessee is considered to be an old and
to thickly settled country, and yet it is a
Ly fact that a large area of timber land is
he every year cleared up for farming pur-
n- poses by the old timber destroying pioneer
ng method of deadening the timber. The
Id- same is true of hundreds of other loeshi-
nt ties in the hardwood sections of the
of South. For really cheap homes the Uni-
re- ted States government has nothing to
J. A. Craig (E Bro.
239 W. Bay Street EVERETT BOCK.
IFieders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Frnishings.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stock in the City.
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For Sale i
15,00 Ae e Timber, 12.000 acres Round, 5 crops Virgin, 6
crops yearling, 3 crops 3rd year, 8 Mules, 5 Horses, Still and eom-
lete Turpentine outfit, 0 Convicts. 12 year lease on Timber.
Freight 7c and 14c per cent.
S 0,000 aep Round Timber, Freight on Spirits 14e, LRsin
S 7e, on Railroad. Price 9.25 Ag-.
We have several first-class Turpentine locations. Write or call
on us. We can deliver the goods. Send us a list of your property
if you want to sell.
Brobston, Fendig & Co.
Jacksvile, Hrida. Bnswick, Georgia.
The Bond & Bours Co.
Sash, Doors, Rhiw As. Paints, Oils and Glass.
Stoves. Tinware, Country-Holloware.
* WEST BAY STREET
JACKSONVILLE MACHINE AnD IRON WORKS
ENGINEER IRON AND BRASS
FOUNDER AND MACHINIST
Locomotive, Steamboat, Sawmill and Mine Machinery Made and Repaired. Ire.
and Brass Castings, and machine repairs of all kinds.
MA W RINWB GES AND BOLERS. PULLEYS AND SHAPFIG
Agent for Stationary Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Feed Water Heaters and Conden-
sers. Hydrants and Valves, Centrifugal Pumps, Hose, Belting and Rubber Goods
PWER TMIuSSItI A WATER NNKS EPlMEIT A SPcULIT
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S tarldard Naval Stores
)EALERS EXCLUSIVELY IN
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Freight and Caboose Cars,
Brass and Gray Iron Castings.
CAPACITY: TEN CARS PER DAY.
Leeted In the heart f the Lrmber MDbtrlet gives as fe
tate of latest material at west east.
offer that will compare with the lands in
the Southern States.
That the exceedingly low prices of un-
feneed lands will not much longer prevail
in Tennessee is indicated by the recent
report of the State Comptroller, which
shows a surprisingly small amount of
delinquent land taxes. His explanation is
simple. Heretofore these wild timbered
lands were of so little value that the
owners neglected to pay taxes on them,
preferring to let them be sold by the
tax collector. Now the timber has become
of value and the taxes are paid promptly
and the titles kept free of clouds. In a
few years the opportunities for securing
homes in this State on far better terms
than the government can furnish them
will have passed.-Southern Lumberman.
Mr. H .E .Pritehett, a leading naval
stores operator and a member of the firm
of Pritchett, Sutherland & Co., of Max-
ville, Fla, was in the city one day this
I "~,Lartuar Dipit |
The Committees for laing Year.
The following committees for 1904 are
announced by President MeLeod, of the
National Lumber Manufacturers' Associ-
Committee on Trade Relations-John
L. Roper chairman, Norfolk, Va.; Wil-
liam Irvine, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; J. A.
Freeman, St. Louis. Mo.; C .C. Yawkey,
Hazlehurst, Wis.; A. G. Summer, Jack-
sonville, Fla.; E. G. Griggs, Tacoma,
Wash.; C. L. Cross, Chicago, Ill.; John
R. Davis, Phillips, Wis.; A. J. Gahagan,
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Eugene Shaw, Eau
Committee on Transportation-C. L
Millard, chairman, St. Louis, Mo.; R. M.
Weyerhaeuser, Cloquet, Minn.; William
B. Stillwell, Savannah, Ga.; C. F. White,
Cosmopolis, Wash.; H. H. Tift, Tifton,
Ga.; W. A. Holt, Oeonto, Wim.; W. H.
Bissell, Arbor Vitae, Wis.; B. E. McMillan,
MeMillan, Wis.; Frank B. Williams, Pat-
Committee on Credit Rating Book-J.
B. White, chairman, Kansas City, Mo.;
William Irvine, Chippewa Falls, Wis.;
William B. Stillweln Savainah, Ga.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 1&-There is a
more hopeful feeling among the Savan-
nah lumbermen than there has been for
some time, and the indications all point
to a much better business for the re-
mainder of this season than character-
ized the first half of the present year.
Inquiries are becoming more numerous
every day, and some large orders have
been closed here recently. It i estimated
that during the month of July orders were
placed with Savannah lumbermen aggre-
gating 18.000,000 feet of yellow pine. This
is the season when the large railroads
make their annual cross-tie contracts
and quite a number of these inquiries
came on the market during the week.
Mr. C. W. Saussy has reenwatly bo
made Superintendent of the hermnn
Board of Trade, and the lhubersa we
very much pleased with the hmber sa-
tisties which he is furnishing tthe. The
Board of Trade moved into their aw
quarters in the Germuai Bank buli
last week, occupying an entire Saer.
The National Bank directors ae m -
cided as to the sie of the billing w11
they will erect on their site on the aemr
of Bull and Broughton streets. Two sita
of plans have been drawn, one calig fr
a four-story building and the other f
a ten-story structure. Bids wil be ask
for both styles.
Among the out-of-town lumbames ir
Savannah last week was Mr. J. K. Bl,
member of the Arm of J. B. & T. Ba,
who had the misfortune of losing tber
sawmill plant sometime ago. Mr. D .
states that his new mill i completely l
that his large dry kilae adi pa4 n ao
are in good running shape. Thi plk
is one of the largest in the State.
JOHN HENDERSON, President.
___ J. A. CRANFORD, Secretary.
CHATTANOOGA POTTERY CO..
Factory located Daisy, Tenn.
Sole Manufacturers of
The Herty Turpentine Cups
If you expect to use cups next season place
your orders now for future delivery, Prices and
all information cheerfully furnished on
Cups, Gutters and all Tools
Used in the HI IK'Y system.
Addred all communications
5he Chattanooga Pottery Company,
Jacksonville Fla. I
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pMaitr Pmat for Wayerem.
The Wayeros Electric Light and Power
empany, of Wayero, Ga., inted to
staMis a plant to produce spirits of
turpeatiae from pine wood or stump.
They desire information on this subject
4rm those who are familiar with the
W. w. Timms hIanL
The ,TLtto G tte, of Atugt 12th,
the ifartme of getting the susm boM
in his right leg broken just above the ankle
Thurday night of last week. He had
' i T Jekaomlle, Fla., to attend the
eative meeting of the Turpentine Ope-
t..srat Aso iom, and while gttg of
the train ta at the lower end of the
depot stepped into a hole, causing him to
fa, with the above stated result. He
wa drive to his home and Dr. A -P.
a- -tsa crled in, who put the frac-
lbigb IN plaster pariah. It wil re-
.qire erutehes for him to move about for
The Record jois the thouMands of other
friends of Mr. Timmons in hoping for
him a speedy recovery from his painful
'Yt. ati Com l at Svannash, in his
mpiort published last week, remarks as
*follows: "By new processes of produe-
4tiem what is called 'wood turpentine,' that
li , A&t i,*ferior quality of spirits
eff la nw being mnamfctured
in the Southern States from pine kinot
Srots, etc, which sources of supply have
hitherto been allowed to go to waste in
t ahandom- pae 4lads. The new indus-
try as yt is only in the experimental
state, but it is beg watched with inter-
Kohn = Furchgott= Company.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS OIVEN PROMPT ATTfENTION
est by naval stores dealers, who hope
that an artiele produced in this way may
be useful in the industrial arts, where
cheaper grades are utilisable, and where it
is not necessary to use the high-standard
qualities of spirits of turpentine which
so far can only be obtained by distilling
the pure gum of the pine tree."*
In discussing the question whether var-
nish-makers who cater for a mixed trade
should supply their customers with boiled
oil of their own make or purchase what
they require for this purpose, Huenchen
points out that makers in a large way of
business have the requisite plant for boil-
!ng oil themselves, and that by doing so
they can secure the margin of profit on
the boiling, whilst at the same time they
are certain of letting their customers have
a genuine article. A good deal has been
written on the necessity for supplying
pale boiled oil; but in reality the demand
for this grade is not extensive, and is
only suggested by the continuance of
offers. A point of greater importance
than colour is that the oil shall dry well,
and furnish a durable coating for the
surfaces to which it is applied. In the
manufacture of lacquer varnishes, boiled
oil plays only a minor part, raw linseed
oil or thick varnish being chiefly used
nowadays; and in this comeetion it may
be mentioned that linseed oil which be-
comes focculent when boiled for varnia
may be utilised for boiled oil, tough quite
unsuitable for lacquer varish. While
good boiled oil an be obtained with the
aid of litharge, the use of this drier re-
sults in a good deal of sediment; whereas
when half the niantity of hydrated azde
of manganese or manganee borata (1 to
11-2 per cent.) is ned, the depeao is
much smaller. Similar results follow the
employment of such driers as the rea-
ates of lead and manganese, and these
latter have the additional advatage that
the oil only needs heating to 120 to 10
(CoatUMn d e Pwe 1.)
ID. I. PLYNI, President
S X. M.IPlynn
W. B. JOHNSON, Vice-President
J. W. Oglesby
N. G. Wade
A. 8. PENDLETON, See'y & Tras
J. L. Medlin
W. B. Johnson
Independent Naval Stores & Export Co.,
Naval Stores Factors and Operators.
SCapital Stock, $5oo,ooo.
The patronage of turpentine operators generally is invited. Liberal advances made on consignments.
SOur interests and those of the producers are identical, as ours is purely a co-operative company.
I Some Money and Some Timber For Somebody.
,.. Al Producers are Requested to Call On or Correspond With Us.
THS R3CO2 D IS THE OPERATORSS* DELIATICN"
fHas revolatitltzed the wood distUIIng basi-
Sess Ia the South. After three mouths of cale n
testing ear machlaery at the Waycross, Georia
mill, we are mow ready to sell direct ay size
plati and gzaraatee results by our mew KRVG
SPATEN STeAM PRESSURE PROCESS. /4
STANDARD TURPENTINE COMPANY.
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0amen Ant Puma
Vardima Taylor Sweeey, of Mount
Washinton K., barrel-hed, patent No.
JMss, July 26, 190 Thi invention is
an improved bead for barres, kegs, bies-
eta, hogheads, boxes sad other vessels.
Abmer Barto ShefeM, of Albany, Ga.,
peter for bedsteads, et., patent No. 706,-
g., July M, 19. This invetion relates
to improements in masters, and is more
especially designed for se in bedsteads
to resolve the legs thereof.
Walter M. Wright, of Choptank, Md.,
heekrein attachment, patent No. WgO.
This invention in common with others of
e class, relates to means whereby a
certainn elaticity is imparted to the check-
rein at a point where the same conecets
or unites with the water hook.
Clyde N. Fritz, of Baltimore, Md, fly
serena, patent No. 74,703, July 26, 1004.
This invention relates to a fy mreen for
wind m having embodied there -ean
for permitting the escape of flies or other
ineeta from the interior of a room to
the outer air withet trapping the in-
seets farther tha to prevent the return
to the room after they have begun to
make their egres through the screen.
Robert Mowery, of Bot Springs, Ark.
assignor of three-fourths to John D. Tell-
man, of Hot Springs, Ark., ice-utting
machine, patent No. 7k,111, July 2, 1904.
The object of this invention is to provide
a new and improved cutting machine more
epeially designed for cutting blocks of
ice into small pieces for use in hotels and
other estasblihment ad arranged to al-
low convenient aad quick handling of the
block during the cutting operation.
George Miner Hanger, of Bridgewater,
Va, assignor of one-half to Daniel S.
Thomas, of Bridgewater, Va., hand-plow,
patent No. 764,04, July 6, 190.
This invention relates particularly to
improvement in that class of plows ope-
rated by manual power; and the object
is to provide a stretur that can be
Seasily and heaply manufactured, has a
wide range of usefulness, and can be read-
ily changed to suit the character of work
to be performed as well as adjusted to
suit the eonvenienee of the operator of
Edward Taylor Wildhmith, of Birming-
ham, Ala., eaves-trough clamp, patent No.
70J 87, July 26, 1904. This invention re-
lates to devices adapted for holding strue-
tars of various kinds while being solder-
ed o otherwise secued, more particularly
for holding the overlapping ends of eaves,
troughs or gutters, and has for its object
to produce a devies of this character in-
expensive and limple In construction
which may be easily applied sad operated
and adapted for use either upon the eaves
trough sections while being united upon
the ground or in the shop or when being
connected after being suspended from the
building or in the locality where they are
Bobert Lee ouia, of Catlin, Ga., rail-
road tie. Patent No. 76,101, July 12
1904. This invention relates to railroad
construction, ad may e said to consist
in a combined plastic and metallic tie, in-
eluding a body made of plastic material
sad a cap which is constructed of metal
aid parts being constructed d d adapted
to co-operate to engage and to hold thb
rails securely. It comprises a body formed
of plastic material and having a gable
shaped upper side provided with incline
ends, a metaLe cap fitted to the top ol
the tie aad having perforations for th
passage of the bolts, wedge-shaped wash
e and tightening nas upon the latter
and rail-supporting hMange extending up.
hardly from the edge of the cap and
having rail-flang-engaging books.
Fred M. Jeffords ad Lewell W. Jefforda,
of Kansas City, Mo., foor clamp, patent
No. 764,128, July 5, 1904.
This invention relates to floor clamps
and has for its object to provide an im-
proved form of floor clamp adapted to be ;
more conveieently used than similar de-
vices as heretofore constructed ad to
produce a minimum amount of scarring
of the floor or other surface upon which
it is employed.
It consists of a channeled base, a
plunger mounted for r~i3tn in said
channel, a head having grooved face pivot-
ed on said plunger at its forward end
and disposed substantially at right angles
thereto, plates adjustably secured at the
sides of said base and provided at their
lower edges with teeth gradually increas-
ing in length from the forward to the rea
ends of said plates, mechanism for ad-
vancing said plunger and an automatic
catch to hold said mechanism in advanced
Albert Y. Fry, of Gallatin, Ten. Gate.
Patent No. 765,072 July l, 1904. This
invention has relation to gates, is partic-
ularly applicable to farm gates, and Mh
for its object the provision of a gate of
novel form and construction that may be
unlatched and opened and may be closed
by a person on horseback or in a vehicle
approaching the gate without dismounting
or descending from the vehicle. It con-
sists of a swinging gate, a crankshaft
journaled adjacent to the gate, a roller
carried by said crankshaft, two chains or
cables wound on said roller in opposite 4
directions, one on each side of the gate,
a bar rigidly fixed upon and extending
across the gate, a link pivotally attached
to one end of said bar, one of said chains
or cables being attached to one end of
said bar and the other of said chains or
cables being attached to said link.
Jonathan Lucas, of Charleston, S. C,
assignor to William Richardson, of Char-
Aeston, S. C. Toy pistoL Patent No. 765,-
023, July 12, 1904. This invention is an
improvement in toy pistols, having for an
object to provide a novel construction for
shooting pieces of cardboard or other pro-
jectiles. The inventor seeks to provide a
simple form of toy pistol that ca be
cheaply made, will be harmless, can be
utilized for shooting small pieces of card-
board, which latter may serve as adver-
tising mediums by having printed thereon
the name of some special article, firm or
other subject matter it may be desired to
advertise. It comprises a body, having a
longitudinal slot, a trigger lever fitting in
said slot, the trigger portion of such lever
having a square front edge at its upper
end, and a slot being formed in the trig-
ger lever in a direction at a right angle
Sto said edge, and a pin passing through
the said slot and connecting the trigger
lever with the body, the trigger-lever be-
ing movable across the pin and turning
upon the same in the operation of the
John T .Simms, of amsey, Ala. Plow.
I Patent No. 765,106, July 12, 1904. This
invention relates to new and useful im-
Sprovements in plows, and its object is
to provide novel mechanism of simple and
Inexpensive construction whereby the plow
Smay be quickly adjusted to a desired in-
Selination in relation to a plowbeam. It
f consists of a beam having thereon brack-
Sets with upwardly projecting lugs, pro-
- vided with openings therein, a serew-rod
,having journals mounted in the openings
Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
Fuel and Building Material.
The Southern Fuel and Supply Oo.
Anthrmeate, o and Blacksmith Cl, L., Cement, Brisk, Palo.
Foot Hogan St. JacksonviN, Fle
Cummer Lumber Co.
ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER
Long Le&f Yellow Pine.
BOXES and CRATES.
*O sO sO 55 Sega 6.66 'S. 655.
amisim.eosmome mi -meNmesem
Standard Clothing Company
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNKISIMEA
t7 and si West Bay nt wet JAtt-l Jmvs Rd lL
8stetn and Nawa at. Spoedal Atmenlm Given t n Ors.
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TOLAR. HART & CO..
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end Jobbers of Naval Stors.
Liberal Advaces on Consigunints of Naval Stores and Cotton. Member oae w
York Cotton and Produce Exchange. Orders executed for Cotton Futmes
JOBSP D. WEED.
H. D. WEED.
W. a KRRNa
J. D. WEED & CO., U
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
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of th legs, a Mlak movably mounted
* tmh screw-rod sad having p- pero
|issl from opposite ides thereof, a
os*-atock having o- ed of a hanger
Jvted thereto, the upper end of the
iasek being provided with bifurcated arms
t nknmbra the opposite side of the beam
mi having open upper end slots to re-
dlv the pis of the block, bolts secured
-. the reia baeket and rear ed of the
il6e whereby both brackets and hager
a l rded rigid with the bem by auid
bo&a means on the screw-rod to move
thlock so as to adjust the plow-stock,
and a bolt secured between the arms of
Bev. E. H. Renolds, Sr, residing at
No. 101 East Seventh St, has just brought
at from the press of the Florida Sun
Pblishing Co., a new book entitled "A
History of the Henry County Commands
in the Cofederate Army, with rosters of
the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry
oUIy, Tennessee, with Portraits."
Mr. Renolds served as a subaltern in
Ca. 4K," Fifth Tenn. In., sad had not
only exceptional facilities for collecting
materials for the work, but is peculiarly
quMaed by talent and training for com-
pilatiou of this kind.
The book contains 300 pages in lear,
large type, is tly bound in gray cloth
with back and side title, the latter being
ormmeted with the Confederate battle-
b-. The work i embellished with forty
The style is of the narrative type and
the d riptios of the various battles
vivid and the whole is interspersed with
iwmeats of an interesting character. The
e tlines of the several campaigns enables
anyone to grasp in a sbort while the va-
rios movements, skirmishes and battles
af the Army of Tennessee. While the
meters ae of local interest, the body of
the work is of value to the general read-
er, aad will richly repay a careful and
It is on sale at H. & W. B. Drew's
bookstore. Those who purchase it will
not only get the intrinsic value of their
money, but will also enable the author
(now too old to do anything but literary
work) to secure the necessaries of life.
Arteslan Water a Fertiliser.
Investigations carried on during the
lst year by Mr. S. W. MCallie, Assist-
eSt State Geologist of Georgia, acting in
es-operation with the United States Geo-
logica ISurvey, have revealed the pres-
Mce of interesting and perhaps valuable
ropeties in some of the artesian waters
ia the Coastal Plain of that State. Wa-
ter taken from a deep well at Baxley
sowed on analysis 5.5 parts per 1,00,000
of phosphoric acid, which would indicate
that it might be used for fertilizing as
well as for irrigating barren fields. In
other words, it may be acceptable to the
desert land as both food and drink. It is
estimated that a layer of this phosphoric
acid-bearing water 12 inches deep over one
acre of land would exert a fertilizing effect
equal to that of 200 pounds of commercial
'he Productin of Phosphate Reck in io0.
There are three States in the Union of
which the farmer should think no ill-
florida, South Carolina had Tennessee-
er t. atroe amst the eXlasive pro-
dams of phosphate roeek i this country.
They hold out hope to the owner of the
most barren soil in the United States, and
the fame of their fertilizers has gone even
abroad. Those interested in the subject
may learn the latest facts oncering
"The Production of Phosphate Rock in
1903" from a report by E. O. Hovey, bear-
ing this title, which has been recently
published by the United States Geological
Survey as part of its annual volume
"Mineral Resources of the United States
The total quantity of phosphate rock
marketed in the United States during 1903
was 1,581,576 long tons, valued at 5,319,-
294. Of this quantity, Florida contrib-
uted 8o0,33 long tons, worth 986,84;
South Carolina 258,540 long tons, valued
at *783,803; Tennessee 400,50 long tons,
with a value of $1,543,567. North Caro-
lina sad Arkansas are the only other
States that reported production of phos-
phate rock during 1903. North Carolina
reported 45 long tons of high-grade rock,
valued at $500. Arkansas reported a mar-
keted production of 2,125 long tons, valued
Florida is now the leading phosphate
producing State, its output forming more
than half the total production of the
country A comparison of its production
by varieties during 1903 and 1902 shows
that there has been a decrease of nearly
4 per ent. in the output of hard rock, an
increase of more than 11 per cent. in that
of land pebble, and that more than ten
times as much river pebble was mined last
year as in the year before.
In South Carolina the dimunition in
production which has been shown in the
reports of the last five years has contin-
ued. The falling off has been particularly
noticeable in the amount of river rock
Tennessee showed in 1903 the largest
marketed output since the beginning of
the industry, ten years ago.
Mr. Hovey's report is published for gra-
tuitous distribution and may be obtained
on application to the Director of the Uni-
ted States Geological Survey, Washing-
ton, D. C.
Jarckm ille Whlsale Lumber Market.
(For week ending Angst 19.)
Yard schedules-$1.50 to $13.00
Sound and square schedules, $9.50 to
Merchantable car material-
Average schedule of sills, 16 feet and
under, 10 inches and under, $13.00 to
Special schedules according to sizes
and lengths--prices steady.
K. D. Saps-"" and up 80 per cent
clear, $.50 to $ J.00.
$11.50; No. $8.50.
First and seconds, 4 quarter base, car-
load prices, $34; selects, 4 quarter bae,
No. 1, -15.00; No. 2, $13J0; No. 3,
$28; shop, 4 quarter base, $0.
Cypress Shingles-6fxl A's; per 1.000
pes, $5.2; primes, $4.25; 4x18, As, $3.50;
Cypress laths, $2 per 1,000.
AUTOMOBILES, PUMPING OUTFITS
Mat Complet Asortment of Supila in the Sosh.
Fred E, Gilbert
29 amd 37, 39, 4
CbOPARV PVWest Forsyth Street
COMPARATIVE PRICES OF SPIRITS AT SAVANNAH FOR FIVM T3AM
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Wanted and For Sale
Advertisements Will be Inserted it raNs Degrtmest at the PFbge aho .s:
For one week, a eetsalne.
For two weeks, 35 ceutsa lie.
For three weeks, 50 cents a line.
For four weeks, - 65 cents a ie.
Nine words of ordinary length make one line.
HeadinR counts as two lines.
No display except the headings can be admitted.
Remittances to accompany the order. No extra charge for copies o r
contain advertisement. Cop must be in this offce not later than Tn=y
morning to secure insertion in Fridy's paper.
Prefer a young man who has a very
good education and a fair knowledge of
turpentine business. L T. Hardee, Mulat,
An experienced turpentine stiller want-
ed Man with family preferred. Address
Fletcher & Murrell, Altman, Fla.
Woodsman and stiller wanted. Must be
well recommended, sober and industrious.
Address Producer, care Industrial Record,
Jacksonville, Fla. 6t
Wanted---mall turpentine farm of 6 to
10 crops, with additional timber for 20
crops. A. O. Wright, Industrial Record
Six seven-mcnths-old blood hound pups,
well trained for their age. They will take
a man's trail and follow him to the tree.
Also we have bought convict camps out
and have several suits convict's stripes at
50c. to 75e. each, also about seven dozen
blankets, cost $9.00, worth about $4.50, as
good as new: 21 single mattresses, cost
$3.75 wholesale, worth $1.50, as good as
new ticks; 12 single bunks, cost $2.00,
worth $1.00, as good as new, and a few
tents. We would be glad to give any com-
munication our prompt attention along
this line. B. F. McCall, Jr., & Bro., Jen-
WANTED-Position by expriased
bookkeeper or storekeeper. Eseeially ex-
perienced in naval stores buimesa. Ca
furnish all references required. AddrA
Position, care Industrial Record.
Accountant, twenty years' experiesae in
New York; wants position South on ae-
count of long and cold season of the
North. Address H. Leferre, M West
145th St., New York, N. Y. 4t
Buy a Blakeslse Gaaoline Pampg Ot-
fit for your still No. 1 ona t p~m -JL
gallons per hour at a east of 3 maI a
requires no attention whil r
Started in one minute. J. P. albe,
A partner, with 18 to 25 thousand dol-
lars to put into lands, turpentine and
sawmill timber with a turpentine place
already in operation and large tract of
good timber adjacent that needs to bhe
bought. Healthy country. Freight rates
helap. Best opening in the country for an
investment. Not necessary for party to
be an experienced operator. Address
"Timber," care Industrial Record, Jack-
sonville, Fla. 4t
Send all orde for piatin for a*
turpentine and cmmi- ary tmsa4ls t-
Record office to insre a Imapt dbway.
THE RZCRD IS THE "OPRATORS' RELIANCe"
10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
J. .L PaMore, Aas Huuma. Anrun r. Pasa *
Preiedeat. vie-Presidest. ashier.
The Mercantile Exchange Bank,
Cappttl, $200.000. Surplus. $100.000 f
Gewleal Bnkia. Interest Paid on Savin Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes. .0c per Year.
Review of Naval Stores for a Week
Spirits for the Week at Savannah.
SPrice Repts Sales Exp. 1903
Mon, Aug. 15 153% 564 138 275 52%1
Tues. ,Aug. 16 153% 772 459 296 52%
Wed. Aug. 17 53% 674 297 8076 52y
Thur., Aug. 18 54% 661 503 25 52%
mela for the Week at Savannah.
Monday, August 15. Last Year.
WW ............ 4.60 3.40
WG .... ..... ..4.35 3.20
N .... .. ........ 4.00 3.05
M .............. 3.85 2.95
K .... ........ 3.55 2.85
I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.30 2.70
H .............. 2.70 2.20
G ...... ...... 2.50 1.80
F .. .......... 2.45 1.70
E ............ . 2.40 1.65
D...... ....... 2.35 1.60
ABC 2......... 30 1.60
Receipts 2,810 ,sales 2,506, exports 328.
Tuesday. Aug. 16.-No change in quo-
tations. Receipts 3,366, sales 1,165. ex-
Wednesday, Aug. 17.-I and above ad-
vanced 21-2 cents a barrel; all grades
below I advanced 5 cents a barrel. Re-
ceipts 2,007, sales 1.675, exports (6,15.
Thursday, Aug. 18.-No change in quo-
tations from Wednesday's figures, except
G which advanced 21-2 cents. Receipts
2,005, sales 2,547, exports 130.
ailey & Montgomery' Review.
New York, Aug. 17, 1904.
Spirits Turpentine. Stock, 1,100 barrels.
The market for the week has been
quiet and business dull, sales only mod-
Thursday, Aug. llth, 561-2 eta.
Friday, Aug. 12th, 563-4 cta.
Saturday, Aug. 13th, 56 3-4 cts.
Monday, Aug. 15th, 57 ets.
Tuesday, Aug. 16th, 57 ets.
Wednesday, Aug. 17th, 57 ets.
Rosin-Stock, 19,950 barrels. Market
Sdull, low grades freely offered. mediums
and pales quiet but steady, sales mode-
AC, $2.00; D ,$2.75; E, $2.90; F, $2.95;
G, $3.00; H, $3.10; I, $3.45; K, $3.90 to
$3.95; f, $4.Z0 to $4.25; N, $4.30 to $4.35;
WG, $4.75; WW, $5.00.
Savannah Naval Stores Statement.
Stock April 1 ........... 6,495 44,550
Receipts Aug. 18 ....... 661 2,093
Receipts previously ..... 97,959 264,150
Total .............. 105,115 310,793
Exports Aug. 18 ........ 25 130
Exports previously ...... 84,287 244,490
Total .............. 84,312 244,620
Stock Aug. 18 .......... 20,803 66,173
Stock last year ........ 16,368 48,884
Range of Turpentine and Rosin at Savan-
nah August x8th and Same Day
SAug. 18 Aug. 17 Aug. 18
Spirits 1904 1904 1903
Spirits .... I 5414 37% I 3 I 5%
Spirits ....j Firm firm j Firm
Sales .... I 503 | 297 | 422
Rosin ..... I Firm Firm | Firm
WW ..... 4.62% 4.62%/ 3.50
W ..... 4.37% 4.371/ 3.30
N ....... 4.02% 4.02% 3.15
M ....... 3.87% 3.87%/ 3.0
K ....... 3.57 %, 3.57% 2.95
I ........ 3.32% 3.32%1/ 2.80
H ....... 2.75 2.75 2.30
( .......7 2.552. 1.85
F ........ 2.50 2.50 1.75
E ........ 2.45 2.45 1.70
D ....... 2.40 2.40 1.70
C, B, .. 2.35 2.35 1.70
Sales ....I 2,547 I 1,675 1 7
Tolar, Hart & Co.'s Review.
New York, Aug. 16, 1904.
The Industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.
Spirits Turpentine. There has been
very' little new business this week, al-
though prices are a little firmer, in sym-
pathy with higher markets South. Stock
968 barrels. We quote machines 57 ets.
Rosin. There have been some sales of
low grades, hut not enough to take care
of arrivals. Pales and mediums neglected.
BC. $2.75; D. $2.80; E, $2.90; F, $3.00;
G. $3.05; H, $3.10 to $3.15; I, $3.45; K,
$3.90; M. $4.20; N, $4.30; WG, $4.75; W'~,
$5.00. TOLAR, HART & CO.
Crops at Spriit and Roins for Time Year
0op 10S-OL Crop 1M9-03 p omf l
Spirits. Rosin. Spirits. Rosin. SpLbir M
Wamingto .. .. .. ....ll 7 18,863 113 1,31 160
Charlesto .. ........ 244 3,18 3,007 11,835 30 1
Savannah....... ..17418 6, 8 270,670 940,57 313,66M 1
Brunswick.. ....... M,00 184,527 847 244,106. 7%,M
Moils.. .. .. .. ...... I,1t5 080 18o,3 7n,273 u1,se
New Orlesa.......... ,17 133,15 33,103 106,03 21,38 n1
Crrabell ...... ..... domd dosed 3,M 32,148 8 4Tr
Georgetoirn.. ...... 7,51 44,214 10,307 46.3M 84 8
Peaeola.. ...... .. 42554 205,96 38,275 19,5 37,781
Ju. & Ferudina.. .... 187,10 63210 91,976 375,211 709 a
Tampa .............. losed eloeed 13,56 40% 4 US1M 51
Totals...... ......6535,91 2,06,2 571,400 2,181,818 10A1 A
R. S. HALL, Pres. T. C. HALL, V. P. and Mgr. L. J. KmonT, See. and Tres.
MARION HARDWARE CO.,
HARDWARE, MILL AND
Herbert A. Ford, Geo. H. Ford, P. L. W1ss,
President. Vice-Pres. Cmhir.
The Central National Bank of Ocala
CAPI TAL, $50,000.00.
DIramons: R. L Anderson, R. S. Hall, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian, Geo.
McKay, Geo. H. Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
Accounts of turpentine Operators and Saw Mill Men-a lted.
C. BARNES, Pres.
J. D. SHAW, Vice-Pres.
RALPH JESSU, Sais.-Trao
BARNES & JESSUP COMPANY,
NAVAL STORE FACTORS.
Exporters of Pure Turpentines and Rosins
Stritly a Producers' Company. Guages,
Grades and Weights Guaranteed.
Deliveries at Jacksmovile Pensacola, Fenmandhia lnd Svan
Correspndence Solicited. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
*,*******************a.@6 ********************* ;
You Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Location?
You Want any Kind of Florida Land?
SJ: H. LIVINGSTON A SONS,
* Ocala. Florida
* ******0* Youea******n0 00usiness? ******w*$w0** w*et
Imports of Turpentine to U. K
The following table is compiled by James Watt & Son, of London, from the
ofial returns. For convenience of comparison we have turned ewts into barrels
-32 ewt. equal 100 barrels.
From U. 8., bbe. .... 152,62
From France, bbls.... 161
From other countries.. 1,404
rom Rusia .......... 2,815
Total Barrels.. 167,122
Thus the import of Russian Turpentine (or Wood Spirit) in 1903 was double
that of 1902, and over six times as much as in 1897. It is interesting to see how
this import fluctuates with the price of American Turpentine.
Percentage of Import of Russian ..1.79 2.:3 3.22 4.57 3.41 5.24 10.56
Av. Price Amer. Turp. in London .1- 24-6 34-1 35-4 27-1 33-1 42-2
50,000 acres timber land in Western Florida. Tract will cut one hundred and
fifty million feet merchantable lumber. Has been turpentined and ready for the
mill 8.1 5 per acre. Mill near the timber can be leased for term of years, or can
be prhaed. One ofMhe best opportunities in tle State.
C. BUCKMAN, S"ont, e.
e as g Jeo tteesrv ille, WCle
M. A. BRIOGS, President.
H. C. BRIGGS, Ist Vice-President.
HOMER BROWN Vie-Prediinr
J. C. McDONALD, Sec'y and Tres.
W. H. Briggs Hardware Co.
5 VALDOSTA. GA.
* Sole Southern Agent for-
I RIXFORD AXES.
~* Tey are the BeST. Others imitate but none do-
plicate. They are made of the best steel, have the finest
temper, hold the keenest edge, cut better and last longer
* than any other axe.
* This has all been proved by years of actual use.
* Sced vs your orders.
a W. H. BRIG6S HARDWARE COMPANY,
* Valdosta. Georgia.
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THE RELIABILITY OF OUR ADVERTISERS VOUCHED FOR.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11
%I%%%%%%%%%% WW^%^W%%^i^^^WAW cotton for a bull market. The fact that Tir at Mobt.
SOUALITY PIST-P S RIHT. the situation thus appears to the more The total exports of sawn timber for
S. important interests accounts for the dead- the year 1903 aggregated 40,3900,271 feet
le while up to date of the present year they
lock. There has been a feeling in some have only reached 198,035,716 feet, and th
quarters that some of the wild speculation indications are that the total this year
large as last year.
ton for some cause or another and this The demand for hewn timber in good
"g M Iu has done much to create a steady market and the prices are firm. The only timber
reaching Mobile comes in by rail, sad
this week and prevent aggressive short then only in small quantity.
selling Cotton does not appear t) want The demand for heartface flooring ex-
t-r ceeds the cut, and $20 to $21 is paid for
to go down very much and the prver-e four and four and a half inch strips.
IWWWi WWWWWWW^^^ 44W-----%%----W^%% market might readily take it into its
head to go up. A little speculative buying aml'l P. HolmeBsf & A
P. Holmes & Co.'s Cotton Letter. appearances and one that may readily be h t l pec buying Sam Holmes& C.
w Y A broken by internal expoeions later on by men who have made money in wheat Stn at ,
SYork, Augt .Prie move-noticeable feature about the would readily start shorts and turn prices
ado during the last few days have been nt market has been its resisnce to up temporarily irrespective of the size of Grn a
on a more restrictive scale than during pressure. Everybody talks of a crop of the crop and the ultimate trend of values. W YORK GOaON
ay week frthe season. For some re 12, 13 and 14 million bales and yet in the In view of this possibility, conservativeNEW YORK TTON EXCHANGE
Son or other, there has been a very evi- face of this prices are now where they v osCHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
d t disposition on the part of the were in the early part of June. Of people are not inclined to short cotton, Direct private wires to all e g.
ar to sell short, and as weather de- course this is not likely to continue inded- and are willing to wait more definite news Local stocks and bonds a specialty.
vlopments were somewhat more satis- nitely for the season is moving on and of the crop. Bell Pboe 853 Ba-dw- Blmek
factory than last week, there was no pro- the reasons leading up to the deadlock of
a incentive to buy for higher prices. the last three months will very oon di- The xpors TUpet C a R.
Rbdt: A market that would neither waiting some defe Exports of Turpentine and Ros .
withnappear All have been waiting some deft-
go down or up, one that wavered within nite idea of the size of this year's crop SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE. ILOSNS.
a pai limit aad was in every sense nd it will not be many weeks now before To Uited Kingdom, In gallons: To United Kingdom, barrels M I:
a imr scalping affair for pit traders. We the South will be able -o get some sort Mat ......... 10- 1-1 MonUth s-........ 1 141 20,
-hardlyhi-nk of interesting (e* BAprN.... .. U4 1041 (.L3W April .. .. .. .. 7%=- sun 04M
ean hardly think of a more interesting of a line on production. Then, it will May .... .... ~a IuW. May .. .. .. .. 7,6 16M 6,U
petaee to the casual observer than the either mean higher or lower prices. At JUn... ..... 1 r.W7 1.0.1 1.cA Jun ....... ... .,748 ,
Julatt.. .. ..... y1m. s194 1.Am July .. .... .. 11. 163 W5 11 ,
eto market at the present, but th se the present time, there is nothing to in- Augut ...... .. 1,U 1. X August .... .. .4,00 L.
who ae at all familiar with the antics duce short selling and with so fine a gen- September.. ... T11 616= S.a eptember.... S1 gS wam
of eota may readily regard the present eral condition of the growing p, it i Octobe .. ....... t1.41 4.I I.UWM October ...... 4. 41.4M 9MR
as as behn the most deceitful of all cf row rp November .. 661,638 1,9,70 9S,901 November .. 71,017 95,71 SI
m as beng te most eceitu difficult to see just why one should buy December .. 1,6,656 1,631,779 576,78 December .. 61,4 665 74 8
January. .. 228,80 37390 1U30 January ... 53,S 4X760 Y M
Coq rse of the Savannah Naval Stores Markets. Februry... 116,452 38,=0 A,41 February ... 28351 37,8 91,1
1903- -1904. March .. .. 3sS ...... ~, March .. .. 3,015 M,36 m 4%=
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE
To elgium and Netherlands, barre'
Aw. I Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 17 Apr. M1 May 1 May 8 May IS May May B To Belgim and Netherlands, in allows: pouds:
"D MD a 0 6 1-4 4 -2 4014 41 Month 19U-4M 19 10-11 Month *1-4 13046 U11 -41
m J am 1 June 19 June z July 3 July 1 July 17 ly a July a Aug. apl .. .2 .7 Included April
*3-4 41 4E 47 4A 472 -4 4 A p ri .. .. .. ... In le May .. .. .. .. 7 As e
Aug. 14 Aug. 3 Aug. V Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept 18 Sept Oc. 2 Oct. I OcL 1 May .. .. .. ... 1,ltn arll other May .......... n,', ie a a our
Nr". n11 aWA 6% 3-4 S- ND U 57 14-2 U 1-$9 -4 June .. .. ....... 1.111,N 82 Europe Juno ........ .. 1 0,14 Not
oec. 2. oct. J Nowv. 6, Nov. 1,k Nw. 3 DeC. 2, Dec. 140, i. 17, Dec. 3I, Jan 14 ly ..... 1 July ... .
a 1. N B 1 a 1--14 1-4 1-24 A t.. ...... 4,*R 614" August .. .. .. .,0 S 17a
: 1-2- ,1Septemsber.. 25.60 M.1111 4111.4111 September.._ 0.= IU 3Ilk
Jan 22, Jan. 2, Feby. 1, Feb. 18, Feby. 25 MAe 3 Me. 10 M 24 Octe .... .. 114 269 1l40 Octemo r ... S..I
65 b9 64 60 6S s0 68 November .. 133,06 349,72 381, November .. 3,91 i uM 31,0J
Me 30 December.. 100,372 58,650 67,%16 December 37,07 13,3 9W,
SJamary .... 168,73 241,150 174,27 January .... ,73 X a nSa W1I
KOSINS Februy'.. ,1 72,444 3e,01 February ... 9,849 25,9 18,2
WW WO N M a I H O a D C-A March .. .. ...... 8,713 18,74 March .... 10,192 32,21 11,814
1A 1........a a.. S I.A a .4 S 2. 2.0 2. S.1 --- -- -
AWr .... L.7 LO 8 L. S. L 1 2. 2.L 11 2 .1 2. t2. To Germany. In gallons: To Germany. barrels Ibs.
Alg U . . IU &.B LA .5 L$ 2 .5 .4 L2 L. L. 3. 26 3 Moat 3M44 1E-U 14m-2 Month 2 M 9114616 O -U4
AIN1 f. . .. a aJs LAJ 3.5 3 L I. 2. 1.4 1. 5 1.5 L April .. .. .. ......... 114,4M 112 d April ........ 4M WJIM a1
Aprl 2.. . 2a &a U 1 Ma. y .. .. .. .. 3u L, a. May ......... .. .. a I ,m al
May 1. . ... s .1 & S L1 8@ & 25 2.1 Lis LN L I LU L June.. .. .. .. 1M.e ma.2 4.0, Jno ...... ..., 0p6 41 a-
May L . . L .5 315 L. 1 2R 2.5 L1 LS LT5 1 LW 17. taly ........ *1 1U4412U Wift July ......... MU 4 W.1 111
May .... . JL.41% &% &15 L7% L% 2.7% I.27% LU Li. LW Ln L1W Augst .. .. .. ,1 1 13.4 August .. .... 1Ua 3UK
ay ..... . U. L L 5 L2 3.10 M 2L L1 LW 1 L LZ LO September.... .*9 51, TI78 September.. ... M,157 6, ,am
May ....... u L U us .5 83 L 1. X t. Lu LU 1.15 LW LI October ...... aw.I as.4 14LW October .... .. 8L, as 1 e
Jome I . . Lu3 s3. La .Sa .e 2.0 L IU L M La 13 Li November .. 179,010 110,153 81,70 November .. 6,73 42 e 12,
Jm 3. .. 3&. a0 S 2.s 2M 23 LU L. Lu L L Deember .. Deaber .. 154W 30,171 GAr
Jam 6......U . 3 LI S 6 L .5 35 L.0 I LM 1. 1.5 Januay .... 1 J .... 34,7 54 073
J ........L L1 26 2. S I 5 LU LO LS L6 LS February ... 20,182 15,38 7,174 February ... 172,136 401 86
$Si ...... U L L W IS LN LS UL Ui 135 LrM LOS L ..-
Jy ... ...3. L2 L. S. I 2 LX. L2. LIS L L 6 L6 March .. .. 66 ...... 4 March .... 40,90 6M 41,*
July . ..... .. &L L. L6 2 76 .15n LW LW LO L L
Jly 3 . . . 8 s L9. L. 2I s 2.1 5 LS u Li 1 Lt Lt To an other Morop l. allona: To all other ouropo, barrs M :
Jt ... .. 4 I 2. US L S L 23 L2. L L L M 1. 1.U Month 644 136*- 1M143 Month IMB2 13-11 U2W
August 1 .. L L4 2.5 LS .5 L L7 2U LIS L L 1L LU Apr ...... .. .. 0 r U.4R 2. April .... .. .. 3.. N 3I1 1.1
August IL. . .* 15 2. I 2.1 LK L L2 L2 LW Ma .. .. .. .... Lm SM. R..4.... May .. .. .. .. WS 41uW ,.2
A1 wt ... . S I 3 .15 2* 1I 2.S 2. LU L LI L LU Jue.. .. .. .. @6 L.6 M June... ..... .. 14,64 9,N1 SR
Agt .... 8.W 83 ..5 .15 1N 2.1 2X.40 2. L LU LU L. July......... ., 12M41 1 .41 July .. .. .. .. 4,512 1U 14",
September 4. . 23 L3.0 S3 L* 3.6 2.9 2.25 S.W F.0 L LE Augut ...... .. .a 3AN August .. .. .. M 3U18
*eptmber .I. L. 2 U 2.4 L 1 2. 2 1.5 LIS LU LU LI Sptembe.. .e. a.3 38. 110a September.. .. 4 17o= sun
September 18 U L76 26 S 6 L.2 16 2.16 IS 2.6 LU LU Octer...... 16 ,411 0.3 17.6B October. ..... .. 1, 4 11 314 I4
I Stember 4.5 4.10 35 2A.5 2. 2 2.3 Nomber 00 17,800 November Nombr .. 13,328 6,415 r,02^
Oetac r 2. .. . 4.4 4. 4J. 4U.C U2 S2.6 l Ll 2. 2.1 December .. 47,306 8,691 24,0 0 December .. 2,2 48,701 30,3
Oetber .. .. .. 4. 4. 4J5 4J.10 L 3.S 2.0 2L S 2. LM January ... 11,00 January ... 17,126 7148 IA
Otoer ...... .4 4. U a4. s5 s L2. L U. 2 La .S 3 February .. 15,471 ...... February ... 38,184 42,64 5631
Oabeer .. .. UJ &* N &16 a8 L2. 4 L. U. S US I Mrh .... 14,189 12,275 36, March .. 33,687 51,4 71TM
Ootoaer .. ...... u L. L2 3 L 2.3 0 S i 27 6 23 3 2.1 1t L3..
november .... .. .1 3.10 2. I 2L.7 .e 2.5 2.u a s2. 2 .- -
NIlamber . ... As I S. 2 Lr 2 7 2.8 2. .5 2.10 A2. 2.0 Total Poreia Exports, i gallons. Indod- Total Exports of R bagels 2 pomad,
November .. ...3. 1 .5 a &X L 2.3 -7 1 2.6 3. U 2 1 23 Ing eryth outside of the United Including Asia, Afria and Amerca ot-
Novembor .... 3.I S 2.1 I SI. 2.* .40 L.a M &@2. 1 310 2. rates: side of the United Stata:
December I ..&. 8. 5. S a 2. 25 2s 2.o 3 2 U U S Monath 6SI 2.I 121-U Month 6*6 13" 11X 14
December IT .. .. .5 .M 2.3 S M 2.5 2.U 35 2.15 2_ S.3 SM 2 Apr1 .... ..... 4, 6815 9. April .. .. .. .. 2W1M,13 In m
Deeombr .... .B s L. 2. .2 2.5 I. f. 2 2. S 1 2 9 May ........ k1 w .144 2., Mary ...... .. Lam 3M14 U
December 8 .. ..L &8M .3 US R 10 .p L. &5 us uS Jm .... .. .. ..n a 2a5 2947.1 June ........ 17*m a14 a3U1
Jaumry 14 ... 4. .* 3.5 15 3. S I. 2.6 2. t7 2.6 M3 .3 July ...... .. ..L2.11 1,.615 2I July ........ M.W W.I m
Jmy .J 4 .. .. ..4 4M uI 2I .t 1 129 27 i. t2.6 1. IS 2. Aus .. a.. sSum K August.. .. ...15 M 1.O
Jaummry .. .. .J 4M. US L a* 8 IS 2. t 5 U t. LW Septem ber L.1. ...1.t15 IMm UI September.... M W6,4 La4
February 11 ..&75 3.46 35. 30 3. 35 .20 2.85 2.85 2.80 2.75 2.70 L70 october..... L4SL L6ILM3 LWg23 October ...... m11AM S2M5 W
rFe ary 18 ...365 3.4 3.35 3.30 3. 3.06 2.70 2.70 2.65 2.0 2.56 2. November ..1,81,088 1,932J83 1,6M,574 November .. 184.8 231,43 22,479
Fruary 5 ...3.70 3.50 3.35 3.20 2.95 3.00 2.55 2.50 2.45 .40 .40 Decembe .. 1,993 9 1,79,336 1,M8J76 December 210,457 8Ua 1144A
l 10 ...... 38 $.0 3.40 3.36 .30 3.06 2.75 2.70 2.65 2.60 2 2.55 January ... 700,29 80,9S M 1,90 January ... 19%471 170,N A7,0
Iath M ...... 4.0 3.7 30 3.3 330 26 .70 0 2.070 2. 2 6 0 I.50 February .. 487,577 531,346 5 8,476 February ... 306,000 18,132 m2T,7
]gdt 31 ......4.10 3.3 0 3.0 32 3 2.96 .70 2.65 2.60 35 t46 235 March .. .. 48 118,174 2 March .... 171,548 204A33 21413
THE RECORD CIRCULATL8 ALL OVER THE WORLD.
aI THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
JAM A. rOLLOMON.
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aem iremal "ad 11mnes Offaoe at
Amn-s.. Gae.4 asvannwu hL Ga.
Atiesd at the Postosee at Jacksonville,
la., as- meco-el-as matter.
Aote by7 the esmti Oommittee of
September 1, 19B, a its excuive offiial
Mog Adopted i annual convention
H taber 11, am the orgn also of the
Adpte April th, 1 a the official
- of the mInteae an Growers' As-
selatliop Adopted Sept. 11, 1903, as the
*- milil ogn of th T. O. A.
O---~ed to lumber people by speil
tl adopted by the Georgia Sawill
COPT Fo ADVMRTISIG.
Amerthng epy (cha gsr new ad-
tl.ts) dheLlM eachb r TuIMda
the to ne h the issue of
TE ECOR.D'S OFFICE
tie po lHl apt d the mia tf-
f-a f the adstrial Rector PMblidag
a. ae f est at N. xL Seath BH an
tJa4gheeil, ltem ra ithe very art
I the goet turpeathee amn yerw pie-
The Atlata, Ga., iee is loated s the
E oitaoe uBruiin, No. 7s Atlata is
the enter of the great m ufaictring
t ao f the estise e oth
The Smvainah Ga., ek e iu e the Board
Io T daMe bioih Savamah is the les-
ing ope aval stem market ih the werld.
AV INFAMOUS ARTICLE.
n the Pensacola, Fla., Journal, of Sun-
day, Augs'l14th, appeared a letter al-
leged to have been written at Tallahassee,
Fla, signed with the nom-de-plume, "The
Lobbybat," and from it the following ex-
tracts are taken
The Tumpestihe dwhastry.
Then there is the "turpentine indus-
try"-aU industry which under the pre-
tew of "devolopig" the State, is si-
ski ning it, am d "developing" into
dlis rea set of men who a few years
r th ught themselves lucky to grub
a a am sviet driver and petty spec-
This so-alled "industry" has done
orida more harm than all the freees,
dmimri and eycloses that have struck
SStmae in the last twenty years. And
the coloal impudence, the nerve, greed
and efroutery of the men who are impov-
eriing the State for their own benefit,
ave at lA so efectually opened the eyes
of the people as to justify the belief that
Sthe next semaion of the legislature
mean will be taken to regulate this tur-
pentine vandalism, and by a class of men
whom the professional lobbyists, these
organized banditti are accustomed to send
to Tallahasee cannot "handle."
Nothing has dome more to disgust in-
teigoet observers with this turpentine
-mis all i Florida than the peculiar po-
tical performacs in which certain of
is priests indulged during the last
ampagn-performances, by the way,
which carried the State for Judge Parke,
d held lose it for Bob Davis.
&Bht ihn another story," and de-
rves another chapter.
It is perhaps necessary here to state
that the above article wa written il
Jacksonville with its authorship adroitly
hidden beneath the date-line ot another
city, and that its author is Sam B. Russ.
And who is Russ?
A man who has never contributed one
dollar to the wealth of Florida, or one
iota to the prosperity and happiness ol
her people; a man who has lived in halt
the larger towns in the State and whose
name has never yet found its place on
the tax-rolls of any county in which he
has called a "home"; a man smart m in-
tellect but erring in judgment; eccentric
to the point of annoyance; an Ishmaelite
who is bordering dangerously near to an-
archy; and with it all a man who is per-
onalhy as harmless as the birds-that is
With the man of reason the extracts
in question have no weight, whether he
knows the author or not; with the man
who knows and is familiar with Russ it
is merely a matter of "considering the
It is unnecessary, therefore, to point
out any of the fallacies in the article.
Men of observation, whether they are con-
nected with the great commercial and
industrial interests of Florida, or nt,
know what the naval stores industry has
done and is doing for the State; they
know that the great wholesale interests
of Jacksonville are closely linked with
this industry; they know that naval
stores men are leading factors in many
of the largest banks, in the railroads, in
the milling and other manufacturing in-
terests; they know that naval stores men
are among the largest taxpayers in Flor-
ida and do as much for schools, good
roads and general and local development
as any people in Florida; they know that
thousands of people in Florida have been
made prosperous and contented by the
great enhancement of values in commer-
cial lands as a result of this industry;
they know that naval stores men are
among the first in charity, the first in
law and order, and that the State is
dotted with houses where God can be
worshipped according to the dictates of a
man's conscience, largely built through
the liberality of naval stores men. It
is useless to enumerate, and there is no
cause for argument.
Now what is behind this article of
Russ'? What is the inspiration?
The answer is easy. Russ is the close
personal friend and henchman of one Rob-
ert McNamee-the same McNamee, who
as a member of the last legislature, at-
tempted to drive the naval stores busi-
ness away from the ports of Florida by
enacting a law increasing the inspection
fees. Another legislature convenes in
April. What does Russ say: "Means
will be taken to regulate this turpentine
vandalism." That is the milk in the
cocanut. McNamee and Russ will do
the "regulating" Russ is, according to
the plans, to begin a campaign to "rev-
olutionize" public opinion. He has al-
ready written to prominent men connected
with the industry in the guise of a
"friend," promising that he is to write a
series of articles that may do them, or
their particular interests "some good."
The "series of articles," of course, are to
be written in Jacksonville, but very clev-
erly dated from Tallahassee, the storm-
center, where McNamee at the proper
time shall enter upon the scene.
Deep-laid plot, but it will not work!
Why did Russ so viciously attack W.
J. Hillman Does he not refer to him as
Sthe "convict driver," the "high priest who
k disgusted intelligent observers with his
peculiar political performances," etc.? .I
it not true that Capt. Hillman has done
more for the progress and prosperity of
Florida and her people than a multitude
of men like Russ can ever undo? Is it
not true that a naval stores ma has as
much right to represent his State in a
national convention as any other citizen?
Is it not true that Florida would have
been placed in the embarasing position
of voting to the finish at St. Louis for a
man who was not and could not have been
nominated, had not Captain Hllman, at
a personal sacrifice, entered the race and
organized an "um-niurted" ticket? RBse
knows these things; he has Io perasoM
feeling against Captain Hillman; he psa-
sibly does not know the man, and he
certainly has never heard the slightest re-
ection against his integrity as a busi-
ness man and gentleman. The facts are,
his attack on Hillman was merely a sub-
terfuge, one of the tangents to the scheme
that has been hatched. Frank Maya, the
editor of the paper in which the Rs
article appeared-and a brighter or more
popular young gentleman the State does i
not contain-was a aindidat for dele-
gate from his district. Politics "is a
wrestle between measures more than men ,
and Mayes being instructed for Hearst
was defeated. Russ has charged, and is
trying to create the impression that Hill-
man defeated Mayes. Russ knows this is
not true. It is only another part of the
McNamee scheme. Hdlman worked for
a principle. He did not know Mayes as
a man in his campaign. His object was
to get, as nearly as possible, an unin-
structed delegation at St. Luis. It was
the Hearst millstone that carried Mayes
After all, we must beg pardon for giv-
ing so much space to Russ and his article
Russ is harmless. The writer has known
him for years, and, Ixcusing his eemen-
tricities, has had a high regard for him.
He is a clever writer, a very versatile
fellow in general, sometimes a fairly good
Bohemian and poet-
But the very idea of Russ raving out
at the men who are doing something for
the State-it's almost laughable.
And the firm of MeNamee, BRoe & Co,
newspaper correspondents, "lobbyists"
and legislators, may go busted after the
There are easier "marks" than naval
NEW SAVAHNAH SHIP LIZS.
Savannah is soon to have another line
of regular steamers to New York. A
new line has been arranged for to make
the trips between these ports as often
am cargoes can be secured. The new line
will be a competitor of the Savannah
line. It was secured mainly to facilitate
the shipment of cotton, but miscellaneous
cargoes will be carried as well Stew-
art & Co. will be the Savannah agents of
the line. The Santruce, which will be the
first ship, is posted to reach Savannah
Two new trans-Atlantic lines are also
to be operated oat of this port, begin-
ning this fall. The first of these will be
the Argo line of steamers for Bremen,
with sailings twice a month; and the sec-
ond, the Anchor line of steamers for Bar-
celona and Genoa. These lines will carry
cotton, naval stores and miscellaneous
The Record is always glad to note the
progress made by Georgia's great seaport
city, and her shipping interests are nee-
A MRAN -AC T.
William J. Clark in an ricle in a
ent issue of the engineering Mags--
Ihowi that in the total vaem of
faetnes, in the vale of product pr
wag earner, in the value per sita of
mpulation, in e he total ore-powr d
n manufactures, and in the hbire-pwer
er wage earner, the United States tat
far ahead of any other eonry. In othr
The table following is emrpled fam
Mr. Clark's table te by New TYek T m,
sys a technical a u M a sh them
ralue of manufacture, the value pr wa e
arner, and the orse-power p wP
garner for some of the hi countries is
Countries. fea a the Unite. Sat
United states ..... S ae4JOa ,e 2a.
auted le th thra mt
ranee ... ......1 UU M
Mst, in r ela..... new a ,
3--4d.......... iM s31
It wl be sen tt te valu of prd-
acts per wage earor in the United StateAM
is more than four times greater than h
the United Kingdom ae d then dU
ties greater than in Germany, a pta-
Cipal competitor. On th other had, it
ihas than twice greater than in tle
nd ess than three time greater
in Autrlia, which iUdicatea that Pe
tock, in relatively new ntries, tda t
The pogrm of the United Sate 14
the pitnts brought ot in the above am-
is been very mared within the b h
twenty years, as shown below:
MUni aatae res win P.
of U..re aare per Wa e
Year. Value. rner
-...... t*srmt Ase *o. wl
am...... t tmey a.
These fRs, in the o inio of t LiTnm
I0O..... 1s.OMaM 2OD Sr
In the meantime the exports of mrn-
faturer s hae advance freel h msmAi
000 in 1880 to $43A4,0e 0 in 1M6
Mr. Clark call tes tha the sar of
labor and power in the covt prodl- i
21.l per centh in Europf with ories, "at
in the United States i 17.4 pr .
When it noted that thee average an
nual compemation of theuh te ci
United States it wina be rs, tha t
lower wages of rope ahe not aa mm
for the greater efficiency of oar I
and the machinery they ause.
These facts, in the opinion of the Time,
will tell on the exteni of tar spert
trade as we gradually feel increased Red
for it atd make the amc sar the to
secure it In all the etwo dsyal ei
requiite s for such trade, the United 6a-
has an unquestioned advantage, and se-
pesally in the otput of which our wk-
men are capable.
The Record learns that three car -l
of Herty cupa passed through the Lty
to-day for Mesrs. Edwards, Smith & Coa,
Waller, Fla. This shipment i only part
of an order for hundred thousand
cups which this firm intend putting up
Giving the Boy a Ches.
Pursuant to agreement of the Gerg
Interstate Sawmill Asocrhiti, th H IN.
Tift sawmill shuts down two day sack
week during August. This give may
of the boys a rest outside the ahbis,ma-
son, when they do not want ii-Itmb
IF YOU ARE PROGRSSIVE, ADVERTISE IN THE RECORD.
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UI00e *TlAT-S ePOIITONY NO. 0*64.
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MARCH 2Sm. 1904.
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Mr. Caoey Suggests New Plan in Dealing with Negro Labor.
Bvilc a Fl., Aug .16, 194. operators should not be master of the
itor Industrial Record: situation. Like everything i now, ad
Prlmit me to ofer some suction has been, we have no reos at all.
through the Reord to all operators work We use to bring them bak, but we have
big tree la all had lessons that teach us differently.
I don't believe I would say too much if I
labor has become so rotten util it is would estimate the loM on runaway and
almost impossible for the operator work- sorry, dead negroes to the operators of
ing free labor to get two-thirds regular the tae of Florida at $5,000 per an-
work. It is almost impossible to keep num
them oat of debt at the present way Gentlemen, this is too much to lose with-
tt w a ndle them. I hae been out even receiving any gratitude. It is a
*stan f for the last four yeas some plan foregone coneluion to offer inducements
to suKst and offer to my brother oi- to them to get taem to work. If they
tr for self-protection. I have at buy on credit and borrow dollar,
d-Maed to start out a new year by tak- why should they workt They ere for
i my ham' notes for their aeeonts, nothing, but simple existence. If they
allowing a week's support in advae see they can't get on without a check,
ra note is made. Any more after the which of course is ash, we could get all
wet i e the woodman wl tar in the work necessary to carry on our bui-
wht tiM ah and ery had bM Bade ess. By adopting the system that I
der his supervision on Saturday; then have mentioned we could avoid having a
he will receive a cheek for what he ha general resurretion called payday. Pay
dom, if he has doe enough to spare day would be when he presented his cheek.
a part to be credited on note. We, of We would not be bothered with so much
Sworld appreciate the Chane of rowdyism that we al have to contend
with. It would protect our lives from
eting k f naeo all we emuid the reckless elass that we all have to
st. I ofer as suggestion that we ep contend with. I am sure there is not an
mo book ly a eash book; and in the operator i, Florida or any other State
Oavt ne our h ads wants to change working free negroes but who has at
a. econt, or rather is nte to a some time been awaked at the dead
brh er.at, th e note hours of night to go in his quarters to
ser ope te te o to top a row. To walk up in a crowd of
trafered to the one paying the t drunken negroes with their guns drawn
In having turpentine made by the barrel, is no fun. I am sure that every operator
as most of us do, we would issue a cheek ha had it to do. I am going to ask that
to the riat at tbe same per M as though we ll adopt this plan for protection of
Sw w pocket and protection of life. Won't
someone put an amendment to my reso-
Who we went to settle with him we lution? W. B. CONOLEY.
weuM only have to count his barrels and
pay him his money or credit his note or
both, as it might be. S e o s ere
had tL The r l t P mere" commig
With the vagrancy law in tight and asry checks than an the priatin heasei
my plan adopted, I see no reason why we in the Seoth minel.
Built Upon Honor-Sold Upon Merit.
CYPRESS TANKS, TUBS,
Any size, Any shape. Our Cat-
alogue for the asking.
M. ( .) DAVIIS a SON, pPALATr. FLA.
A. & P rETI, w.. JWsams J& LAIETCER W.W. STMiLUN.
PrmieaLt. vie Pro.. Ge s nf5mer. AMt. Treasurer
6he W. B. JOHNSON CO.,
a-r A aL & raPELIETe
w. A. t=SMI
The West-Raley-Rannie Company.
114 W. Forsyth Street, Jacksmvele, Fla.
4. I. WEST. Prs. r. E. West. Vice-fPes.. . S.ose. Vice-Pro. V alsm. J c.. S e. .
We can furnish you with whatever you want in Tim-
ber Lands, Saw Mills, etc., and can sel your property.
Write us and when in the city make our office your
Hams, Lard, Shoulders, Cheese, Bacon, Sausage,
Canned Meats, Butter, THE BEST ON EAIErT.
Eastern and Western Dry Salt Meats. Orders filled at lowet mr-
ket price. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. See quotatione-
KINOAN & CO., Ltd., E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
iIU*( I,*i *Sl*l** *IUiliIl **stooe IIIim g*Ulosepuiq
] Florida Cop-
SManufacturers of Turpentine Stills and
SGeneral Metal Workers.
S Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones.
Patching through the country a specialty.
Orders by mail or wirewill receive prom
0 attention at either of the foiowug w-ork:
Fryetteville, N. C. Savarnnlah. Ga
SMobile. Ala. Jacksonville. Fi..
'aI l $ SMool 18IO861 lOs l I I I liti I .180 1 .111 8*....000
C. H. HARGRAVES CO.,
Grain, Hay, Feed
Social attention to Turpentie wild Sawsmill Re.'lreal a
A FLORIDA FIRM rOR FLORIDIANS.
514-516-518-520-5-522-52526 EAST BAY basLtak.
W. J. L'ENGLE
J. W. WADE
IL 0. HI7Ge,
So"~ asati .
Union Naval Stores Co.
NEW ORLEWN& LA.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can offer at present quite a large number of desirable
locations in West Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. Lib-
eral advances made against consignments. Correspondence
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.
-PID, ImED ODmlE AN&- PROGRR8S1VL"
a. W. qwv
14 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
MAVAL STORKS DaIAETET.
(Cosafu m pga t.)
deg. C, as compared with to 2 .
C. when the oide ae ed. For the var-
hlh-maker it is an advantage to prepare
his own driers, since e has all the appli-
ames at hanl, and can in this way re-
duae the cot of his boiled oiL-"Farben
AmIa the Operat.
Mr. L Bor on of Denver, Fa., was here
Mr. J. Sutherland, of Peoria, was in
the city this week.
Mr. A. B .Shaw, of Brooker, spent last
Wednesday in the city.
Capt. J. R. Powell, a member of the
rm of.J. Powell & Co., Rural, Fla, was
here last Monday.
Mr. .L V. Doud. wb recent sold
is interest at Center Park, was in the
city a day thi week.
Mr. Broward, of the Arm of Broward &
Meleahey ,of Dural, F, spet erarl
days in tow this week.
Mr. W. M. Doean, prominent aval
teo a operator.of Banter, Fil, spent sev-
eal days in tow this week.
Ou erngenial fried, Mr. D. Wil-
Hams, of Grees Co Springs; was a wel-
come visitor to the city this week.
Mr. W. B. Myers and family after
spending a most deilghtfal summer at
Pablo Beach, have returned to the city..
Mr. H. A. MeEachera, vice-president
Coesodated Naval Stores Co., returned
last aight from a mbsinesa trip to various
points in the State.
The may friends of Mr. D. H. MeMilan
will be deighted to learn that he is rap-
idly mpovig in health and wil soon be
at is desk again at the Consolidated
Saval Stores Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Cromartie passed
though Jacksonville this week for points
in North Carolina where they go to spend
their vacation visithit Illl .| rela-
tie.. Mr. Croit.a ~i ~ i the
turpentine bsinM Ai a.6
Unidt Stats avy Tets of Oil Fuel
The board appointed by the United
States Navy Department to enquire and
report into the sabjeet of oil fuel has now
made public it conclusions, of which the
following are the most imortant:-(1)
No diflalty should be periend by an
intelligent ireroom force in burning oil
is a .miform manner. (2) While the ue
of steam as a spraying medium will un-
dabtedly prove mot satisfactory. for
8geral purposes, the results of the tests
show that the cosumption of fel oil
cannot be forced to as great an extent
with steam as the atomising agent as
when higly heated impressed air is
ued for this purpose. (3) In every oil
fel installation special provision should
be M e for tie removal f the water
)hat will collect from vario sources at
the bottom of the supply tanks. (4) The
evaporative efficieny of crude and rened
oil is practically the same, no matter from
what locality the oil may come. The
danger of using crude oil is much greater.
(5) In order to provide a uniform'supply
of oil to the burners, the oil should be
heated by some simple means. (6) Where
oil is used as a fu61 in a Scotch boiler the
introduction of retarders in the tubes will
undoubtedly increase the evaporative ef-
fciency of the boilers. (7) Where crude
petroleum has undergone a slight refining
or distillation, no ill effects result to mod-
ern steel boilers. From the standpoint of
endurance of the boiler, the advantage, if
any, is with oil. Crude oil, however, by
reason of its searching and corrosive ef-
fects, has a greater tendency than reined
oil to attack the seams and tubes of mod-
ern boilers. For marine work, therefore,
no crude petroleum should be used, and
particularly for ships making long voy-
ages the fuel oil should undergo some mild
distillation before being placed in the
tanks. (8) Under forced draught condi-
tions and with water-tube boilers, and
with the use of oil as fuel, the solution
of the smoke question is nearly as remote
as ever. Where a limited quantity of oil
is burnt in a Scoteh boiler, however, and
retarders are used in the tubes, crude pe-
troleum should be smokeless.
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Tinned Nails, Boat Nails, Spikes, Round
Iron Rods, Etc., Slating and Rooing
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The JMWET. KinM of doble-board ma
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The New Process.
Ixtrnets tib sports without dmterep tes
weead bre. Runs out a charm m n ls tn
twenty-four bours. Maes frm tmw towe
forty-ive sanone ftm heard oa weeD.
Mans pure wmtse wNs SlMt. f froms
the odor o tar or dresser. No clu al
used in reaming the spartM. Mesa t be
imemls eao onems after coe fam en -
No trouble with -products. th spirits
pronounced to be far the fin e tr pro-
do d and f m wed. Only onm rde
of spirits prod n ed that the -0st.
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worImen. The erboapet mahine lMsd to
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This Space Reserved for
Gus Muller & Co.
Jukuma hflU WN"
'JLea lS.. Uaa!s va,./ne.. :m
from $1.50 ta o es.00
Agency for Lewis 1866 and
Mount Vernon Pure Bye
from $1.50 to $5.00
Agency for Lewis 1866 and
Mount Vernon Pure Rye
Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl
van Rye-Agents for Jungs, Cinin-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517 a4 519 West Bay Street
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 15
THE COVINGTON Co.
Wholes al SHOES -
Wholesale: DRY GOODS.
"Success For Our Customers is Success For Us."
IRams s of a Labor Scarciy.
Already there e forecasts that the
Smtth will have a rop of cotton this
year which will tax the planter to handle.
A iter from Meridian, Miss., says:
"Te nightmare of a threatened labor
famine for gthering the banner cotton
op of the South, soon at hand, has forced
the big planter of Msim ippi, Texas
LAulaea and Alabams to co-operate in
fratie haste. They hae hurried scores
of labor agmets to New York ,Chiago, St.
Lia an many other large cities to in-
dUe laborer to aid in the harvet.
'ragemets have been made to bring
%M Polah and Hungarian miners and
their families from the strike regions of
Colorado to the eauton eids, their tanas-
p tt o being made. Every immigr-
tiol mcomisaimer in the South is at work
see.rig great numbers of families to
"Te appeal of planters to Southern con-
ema to ask government aid in secur-
ig plenty of labor has been acted upon.
The department of labor at Washington
ha1 informed the Mississippi congressmen
that within six months over 150,000 Ital-
lan immigrants will land in America. As-
swane is given that 40.000 of these will
lad at Southern ports, and that 30,000
will have come by October, the busiest
part of the season. The haste of the
planters to secure labor is pressing be-
ause the cotton men believe prices are
"The Mississippi crop at this time is 8
per cent. greater in acreage, 5 per cent.
better in condition and a week earlier
than last year. Misissippi cotton men
ar optimiatie and predict a crop of 12.-
Along the Gulf.
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 1&8-The influence of
the small cut of sawn timber is at last
becoming apparent on the Gulf, as the
market appears just now to be in better
shape than that of any other product of
the yellow pine log. The manufacturers
of the Brewton, Ala., district seem at
last determined to keep the cut down to
the actual needs of the shipper. Three
of the manufacturers who make the bulk
of the sawn timber on the Gulf and who
formerly cut sawn timber exclusively,
have built new mills to cut both timber
Several of the mills which have been
temporarily shut down for repairs, or be-
cause of the lack of demand, have com-
pleted their repairs and are ready to run
again ,but prefer to remain idle in view of
the sant log supply and unsatisfactory
prices now prevailing. Several contracts
have been made at 1 cents, and it is
COURSE 01 PALE AMD MEDIUM ROSIS AT SAVAXAH p O TWO TEARS.
May 6 ........
May 20 ........
June 3 ........
June 3 ........
July 1 ........
July 14 ........
July 8 ........
Aug. 4 ........
Aug. 12 ........
Aug. 18 ........
reported that there have been some spot
sales at higher figures. Te cut will con-
tinue small. It is now just one-half of
what it was last year, and while it may (
fluctuate,'it is predicted that it will never
again equal that of 1903. Manufacturers
are now fully awake to thet fact that
their standing timber is fast disappear-
ing, and they seem determined to hold
that remaining at its full value. But
while conditions on the Gulf are much
brighter than thirty days ago, the im-
provement does not seem to be rejected
abroad, according to the latest reports
from the other side, where it is noted
dullness still pervades the buying centers. I
WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS MENTION THE RECORD.
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FLORIDA FREIGHT CLAIM AGENCY
We cam collect your Freight Claims agast
Railroads and Steamssp Compauls.
Charges Reasoa9e. Yaor Memberslhp Sollcited.
We save y al rr o trk. ae Ab al mPUb Uce*es
Is t1 CIty cnrT Traarta Co s.
216 Dal-Upchurch ldi. JACKSONVILLE. rLA.
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Machinery and Mill
b tow, hw Pe Malnd muttls, Bolts,
Nuts, Cut ad Cast Washers, Black-
smth's Tools, Lbernnan's Tools,
Packof dall Kihds, Railroad Material,
Painted aid Galvanized Cornrgated
OA C.KCHRISTOPHERL ,
STATE AGENT FOR.
ATLAS ImES ai 1LEr4S0OUMiL STEAM FERM
WORTmIGTON STEAM PUMPS, JEMKS' VALVES.
MSSTOWS SAWS. FLnTKOITE RM #F
CUrTiS MANUFACTUMmG C.'S Mi Mhadsry.,
I e.oaC SAW MuLS, GRIZERT MWO PULLEYS,
nOYrS LEATHER BELT,
nEW JERSY CAR SPM m u in C.
ma am Rubber mwse.
SLVEINTE SO.ER CMASUMB,
momW[ MMF. C.'S Cat Ir M Sprt Pu ll
McCAFFE FILES, MONARCH EMERV WHEELS
DANIELS' PPP Stew Pa kM
A. LESCMEN & SON, Wire R .
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Business News in Georgia's Gate City,
SAVANNAH NAVAL STORESECORD FOR 190304 AND TWO
Aita, Ga., Aug. IL-Already the in-
diativr for a ood fal buiness are ap-
art Atlanta ha had the m* atdie
urm ir in the hetory of the city, an
eo-ei eial and indiatrial interests hold-
ing ap w all, d the fall al waiter bmid-
el will probably be a record breaker.
as important report to the Georgia
atate raired eaminraion, Ho. J. Pope
Mk,, .herma of the commnsmi, re-
omeI- that the fares on all important
railoads in deorgia be reduced from 3
eata to 2 ents a mile. The report and
its important recommedation will be
taken up at the next meeting of the com-
Tbi mmsbe of eas earryng peames
ftr* lhbr a to distant states reported
Aug. aon reeas in the history of
the i :e. Ib Ab Is L wh is for
the tMiht-ifour hours ming at midnight
Mman*, Amg 1, 1M ema left the Rapire
Staff t Oof eath for New Yek aad
other -gn perta, cahye 6 gi
Sp A .Fwjw t U y be a hoe 1t8 e ar
$g ri r th lraito t e eo.
ve iof fier Plmeia ar a e ni-ge
A 02iB 53 h is t, shown in the
tax li e of 101 ties in the State
o0a0" tatie eouaties bot yaer.
ndwl A harrUl has been ethoim State
adesao t aWtteitd theat ler a eon-
teil oIf NMlrer Pnlmbers of the Uni-
ted 6ati aed Canada, which will eon-
vete ia S. Jm somae tim ain Septm-
ber. N1 in sow pre'ait of the Georgia
Amoikta of Master Plamber.
iimVtion hm been received by the
Atlata branch of the Greater Georgia
Amwelatlon that two carloads of home-
seekers will shortly come to this State
fom the West It is stated that each of
he number has not les than $1,000 to
inest in homes in Georgia, making the
cambtind wealth of the party, as near
as can be sscertained, about $600,000.
W. E. Wimpy has leased the Brown
buildig, corner of Alabama and Pryor
eeta, Mad he expresses a purpose to
estabish the largest wholesale and re-
tSa f11tre hedbe in the entire South.
r. W o is at recent engaged 'n the
hMiatre bi-ea ii Savamah.
The cold storage plant for Atlanta is
now an assured fact. D. J. Stevens, of
Cincinnati, one of the promoters, has bem
here as a guest of the Piedmont and gives
it out that all the machinery for the plant
has been purchased and that it will be
shipped to Atlanta some time within the
next few months. Land for the plant has
Property transfers, aggregating $350,-
000, which involve land situated in and
around West End in the Seventh Ward,
have been made to the Louisville Prop-
erty Co., acting for the Louisville &
Nashville Railroad Co. This is the route
over which the Louisville & Nashville
Railroad will come into Atlanta.
W. H. Witham, of Atlanta, has organ-
iced a beak at Ringgold, Ga. The direc-
tors are: J. A. MeClain, J. C. Bryan, W.
E. Bigger, J. R. Jones and 8. D. Talia-
Railroad maps for the State of Geor-
gia, thoroughly revised for the year 1904,
showing the exact location and route of
evey road in the State, and by what
system or corporation owned, have been
issued from the office of the railroad com-
mission and are being variously distrib-
uted among the statehouse officials. On
the reverse side of the map is printed
the name and county in which it is lo-
cated, with abbreviations showing rural
free delivery routes.
E. 0. Painter in South Florida Buying
Mr. E. O. Painter of Florida phosphate
repute passed through Ocala yesterday to
purchase phosphate for his acid plant in
Jacksonville, where is making a great
success of his phosphate business. The
editor of the Star has a soft spot in his
heart for Mr. Painter, for he is closely
allied with the newspaper fraternity, be-
ing himself something of an editor, he
having been for years the head of the
Agriculturist, published at DeLand, and
where Mr. Painter, years ago, embarked
in the making of fertilizers, and his Si-
mon Pure brand gaining a reputation sec-
ond to none in the State. His business
has grdwn to such an extent that it de-
manded a larger outlet, which he found at
Jacksonville. The increase in his trade
last year was 43 per cent greater than the
year previous, which his editorial brothers
will be pleased to hear.-Ocala Star.
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BECKWITH, HENDERSON & WARREN.
LARGE TRACTS OF TURPENTINE AND MILL LANIS.
Rooms 1-2-3, First National Bask Bullrflg.
TAMPA, : : :' : i FLORIDA.
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KIRK & JONES
107 E. BAY ST.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
H. ROBIN SON Pres. LH. GAIJrr.r~ OmaWir
W. B. OWIN. Vike-Pe.
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SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIMBER COMPANY.
mVIas I. WELetL Musor.
Florida Timber, Grazing &
THE WEEKLY~i INDUSTRAL RECORD.
THE WEEKLY INuurnUItiAL BREORD. 1
Spirits and Rosin are on a Boom, and so Are
Mc MILLAN BROTHERS'
Celebrated Stills and Fixtures.
Every operator that has used one made by us realize a saving from a gallon to a gallon
S and a half of spirits to a barrel of gum, to say nothing of the improved grade in rosin made
by using our large, rapid condensing worm and smooth boiling kettle, which heat uniformly
and generate- the steam in a manner that no spirits are allowed to dry up before reaching the
condenser. Twenty (20) outfits shipped last month, but a full stock left to select from.
Write for full particulars and place your order with this reliable firm and save annoyance and
loms by negligence and delays. Repair work through the country a specialty.
McMILLAN BROTHERS' SOUTHERN COPPER WORKS.
SAVANNAH, GA. JICKSONVUILL, FA.
MOBILE, ALA. FAYETTVILLE, N. C.
Half Tones-Zinc Etchings
Illustrating and Engraving Department'
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.
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better and more satisfactory
printing supplies-letter heads,
envelopes, commissary checks,
pay-roll reports,'etc., by having
us make them.
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nldim orders, 12 in. an under amse
to P.BO; aldMng oders, 14 -i. and ul
SaO to SOO; yard orders, ordinary as-
yin eaa, 4a2 S to ."00; ship to@k,
, eme = hed eOk N NM to 7Jrm;k etoek,
4a f. average, 3 to 5.00; heart face
sding, 1 in and 11-2 in., a.J0 to $LUS;
1 i., wide oads, heart fae, Saeg to
PUM; 114 and 11-2 in. wide boards,
Psuo to s3.; 2 in. wide plank, heart
lfas, 3OO to 31.0; kila-dried eap ddUa
,.4A $C13. to $1ISM; kiln-dried --o-p
m$1 to Pmn o; ye-dow ml
heads (knotty), $13m to 914J ; ydBw
ong Ledf Yelw Fieing.
Car heart faeo rift DM&HBk, 1U-lb
t l- eounatd lx3, $~o to $40; 'A"
rift DMAHBk 19-1m1-4 eo d 1,
M to $.00; "B" rift DMIAHk 1i-1
I4 eomndtd I1x, l ea to Ma D0; 'A"
lt DM&HBk l1-ledz I-4 o-tesd 1,
S UaMS to SMJo; "B" Flat BUKABk 13-
lam1-4 ematod I1x, W$1J0 to t M; ka.
I Cosmic DMAX Bkl-lEt21-4 eonted
or 11-8 in. add *G. Stermer sdp-
mB et flat grain ooring $1 Ies per
theman abh e prhie.
Coese Pric Curta t F. Q B. Now Yerk
Marks. Inombur rouh or drea d:
Tank stoek, 11-2 to 3 iache, *A.75 to
lM.756; Flst a Sod Sta, 1 to 3 inhm,
SU5 to *5.75; Selects, 1 to 3 idhea,
$.ILB to $1.; Shop, 1 to imlaes, lS
Laer p~ oa 8 ineh dd $1 per 100 ft;
om10 ib add per. ft; Mo 12t inB
ad $30O per 100 ft.
Bevel siding. 1-2a inch dlear, D to A,
$11.76 to *2.M; emilg, 3-8a4 or insh
dear, D to A. $13M to $St ; 1-4a or *
inh dear, D to A. la0o to *Vmi; s5-
tor inca deor, D to A, 5 to $111M;
Pbooriang, drop Y g anr d seeir 4 or 6
iah, D to A, *7.75 to s$.75
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Oapecity of Yard 800,000 Per Month.
, E CANNON COMPANY
Or Spirit Baer ho and wll s the se.
vea-s Afemican ad Doropea h=pe*-dM
Wnub at MEGS, CARO, tarANr4 GA.,
and MONICELLO FLA.
Ads ders home oBfce,
FIME INSURANCB-L wt a
nea H. Grese & Co., 9 and PMk E ig.
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Naval Store &6 Cotton
I eMdal duaee mal at b
-iuf C--'1 1 adhile.
COTTON EvCHANGE su LDMI,
SW IoKK C1TX.
Quitman Cooperage Co.,
HIGH CLDI SM lT SELS
AccordlBC to s>iape amaem of
Beard of Trade, Savannah.
Dip and Syrup Barrels.
J. E. GORNTO & CO.
& Sp*cia*ty.. *
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FROM $1,50 TO $6 A GALLON
O Sm inpRyt 6 6.
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N WIlffM R% $4 al
111omR N, $3 G.
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Plans and estimates furnished for Power
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team Pump, Feed Water Heater and
W. T. RtL.,
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The Record's Special Quotations on Staple Goods.
(For the Regular Retail and Commissy Trade.)
The following wholesale prices, subject to market fluctuations, are corrected each week and are published by the Rec
ord for the benefit of the large commissary interests throughout the South reached by this paper:
Butter And Cheese
A. C. Creamery, 0 lb. tubs.. 21
A.C. Creamery, 0 .. 22
10 .. 25
A. C. Creamery,60,1 lb. prints
Paney Full Cream......... 11
-lb tin.... 64
50-lbtin. ............ 84
Red Apple Cider bbl........ 86
dranulated Sugar, bbls... .. 6 8
Reception Blend Moch and
Java, 30 1-lb cans to cae,
per lb.................. 22
Simom Pure, 80 1-lb cans to
eae, per lb............. 22
Geen Coffee good. .........12
OGen Coffee, medium ...... 9
oe- coffee, common...... 8f
Arbumkles Roasted Coffee, 1
Ib packages..... ..market price
Lion Brand Coffee, 1 lb pack-
Roasted, 1001b. drum....... 17
Ground coffee, 10-lb. pail.. 15
Extra fne quality.
Caddy Green Tea, 10 Ib..... 40
Gunpowder, 10 Ib.... 27
EngUh B'fast, 10 lb.. 27
rmosa, 10 lb....... 27
Pagoda Tea, 5 and 10c size
10 Ite to awe, per pound.. 40
1004b sack.............. 100
100-lb ack................ 50
Ie Cream, 200-lb maeks..... 1 00
100-lb saeks..... 50
Pocket Saltin bbls., -lb.... 2 6
". 2-lb.... 275
Whole Ground Pepper,
10-lb tin...... ....... 17
Ground 1-8 tn, 8 dos to box
sifter top, per doz...... 41
Ground 1-16 glass pepper
boxes, per doz......40 and 8C
m Sk Low a
Cuar Lat At
W. Corn,llOlb, 1 38 1 40 141
1001b, 1 24 126 1 2
Mxdeorn,110b,1 88 185 1 8
l00lb,1 21 128 1I
Ga and Fla, in cypress
barrels, per gallon.....
S 1001b,1 75
White 1261b, 2 00
White 100lb. 1 60
Car lots consisting of Hay, Oats,
Corn, of 20,000 pounds, same as
100-sack prices. Cash, 1 per
cent in 10 days on Grain.
Wheat, 100 lbs., choice..... 1 6
Va. Seed Rye, per bushel..
Highest Grade Patent in bbls
per bbl................ 5 60
Highest Grade Patent, 96,
12 or 24 lb sack........6 5 60
Highest Grade Patent, in
12-1b sacks............ 5 65
Pillsbury's Best .... 6 26
Pillsbury's Best bbl ....
Flour, Gold Medal ......... 5 15
Flour, Boss,............... 600
Meal, per barrel............ 360
92-lb sacks........... 1 50
Grits, per barrel........... 860
92-lb sacks....... 1 60
Good.... .................. 44
Choice...... ............ 6
Fancy Head............... 6
Broken...... ............ 2)
Tomatoes, 8s, Chief........
Tomatoes, 2s ........
Sifted Peas, 2s ............1
Rose L. J. Pes ...........
Okra, Tomatoes, 2s ........ 1
Lima Beans ,2s ..........1
String Beans, 3s..........
String Beans, 2s ..........
Baked Beans, e ...........
Baked Beans, ls...........
Corn, fancy, 2s............ 1
Born Tomatoes, 2s.........
SBeauty Beets, 3s..........
Sauer Kraut, 3s ...........
I Saner Kraut, keg..........
Scarlo tsIi Oale
SChoice.... 19 50 2000 2
I No.1 Tim. 18 00 18 50 1
I No. 2 1700 17 80 1
SNo.1 C'ler 17 00 1750 1
Pineapples, sliced, 2s, 2 dos
to case, per doz........ 1 10
Pineapples, fancy 2s, 2 doz
tocase, per doz........ 1 40
Cherries, 2s, 2 doz. to case
per doz................ 1 30
Apples, 3s, 2 doz to case, per
doz .................... 90
Apples, one gall, one doz to
case, per doz........... 3 00
Peaches, 2s, two doz to case,
per dos................ 1 45
Peaches,-8s, two doz to case
per doz........ ...... 1 90
Peaches, pie, 2s, two doz to
case, per doz........... 1 46
Blackberries, 2s two doz to
case, per doz........... 1 00
Damson, 2s, two doz to case.
per doz.... ;...........
Brandy Cherries 2s per case 8 86
Mixed 80-lb pails, per lb... 61
S 10-lb 8
Gum drops, 0-lb pails, per
French cream, 80-lb pails,
per b ................. 8
Sticks wrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per Ib........ 8
Sticks unwrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per lb........ 6)
Evaporated Peaches Extra,
25-lb box, per lb....... 9
Choice Evaporated Peaches.
26lb box, per lb ....... 8
Fancy Apricots 26 lb boxes. 18
Ex. Choice "
Ev. Apples, 50-lb. boxes.....4 25
Ev. Apples, 25-lb. boxes..... 2 25
Ev. Apples, 48 1-lb. packages 80
Ev. Apples, 24 2 52
Currants, cleaned, 86-lb. case 8 60
Prunes, Calf cleaned 25-lb
lx.x, 40-50............. 6..
Pruaes, Calf cleaned 25-lb
box, 50-60............. 7..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 26-lb
box, 60-70............. 8..
L. L. Raisins, 8 crown..... 1 75
f. 1f. Raisins, 4 crown ......1 80
Seedless, 1-lb packages ....' 11
Citron, 10-lb box ........ 1 50
Fancy, H P, per pound.... 6
Extra H P, .... 6
Seed Peanuts, ....
Mixed, 25-lb boxes.......... 11
Almonds............. ..... 18
Brazils ...... ............. 12
Peacans.... .............. 12
al0 nuts.................. 14
Cotton Seed Meal
Car t10 Lessleo
lots Sk.Lot Sk. Lt
Cottonseed Meal 27 00 27 50 2800
Hulls 12 00 12 50 18 00
Atlantic, per gross ......... 4T
Cedar Pails, 2 hoop.........2 20
4" 8 hoop.........
Nest Measures, 5 pieces..... 8S
Twine, boxes, per doz ......1 W
Sieves, per dos. No. 18.....1
S nested....2 00
Bucket,2 hoop pails,per dos 1 4
Scrubbing Brushes, per dos.. So
Two dos crates per dos.. ..1
78 Crown Combination.....2 0
178 Blue Jay............... 00
176 Diamond Glass .....:. .8 5
0. W. D., 17 inch, per dos 1 6
Clothes pins, five gross to box t
Oysters, is, 2 do to case, per
Sardines, American, 100 to
case, per cae ....... 8 8
Sardines, 6 case lots........ 8 -
Salmon is, Tale 4 dos to case
per dos Alaska........ 90
Salmon, Is, 4 doe to case,
per dos Col. River .. . 2
Salmon, 4 dz to case, per do
Beardley's Shredded Cod FIb 9
two dos in tins........ 1 8
Canned, Hominy, 81b...... WI
New Cape Shore Mackerel,
2-lb pails............. 8 e
Sea Sides, 1&2-lb brick, 40
lbs to box............. 2 4
Grand Bank Codfish, per Ib. 8
"Reliable" Hams, 8-10 avge .... 1434
"Reliable" Hans, 10-12 aRe .... 141-1
"Reliable" Hamn, 12-14 avs .... 1414
"Reliable" Shoulders, 7-9 avge .. U154
"Reliable" California Hams, 68. 101
Breakfast Bacon, light ar....... 151
D S. Bellies, 16-18 a. ...... ..
D. S. Bellies, 20-22 av. .......... 1-I
D. S. Bellies, 25-30 v. ........... 914
D. S. Plates .................... 7
Bacon Plates ................... a
D s. But* ................. e".
Bologna Sausage ............... 7
Sausage i aln ................7s5
Batter sam Cham
"Strawberry" Creamery, 00-lb tabs U
30-lb tate Ml-
"Reliable" full cream ebtes .... 11
"Indiana" Pure Leaf ........... =--
"Iea-Foam" Oompoaud ........ .
Kiagan's Cmd e Ieta.
"Reliable" ormed Ber, Is ...... 5.
"Orned Bese, 2s ...... SM
Ro-t Bee, Is ........ LU
B ast Beef, S ........ r
Potted Hai sad TOe. s
l-4s .......................... i
Sliced Bed, l-fc .. .. IM-
Viernna San g., U ..
Tripe .................. Le
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS
AND WHOLESALE GROC S:.":
Savannah and Brunswick, Ga.
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Hay, Grain and Heavy Harness.
Capers' Tools ad Naval Staes Hardware Our Spi Md
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