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WUEN LAORI FOR COTTON .
rim TVie of a Seut Camlia s8tud
t 1, .' T f" ith m
I mnte with plemre that you have i
tom up the matter of the old ad erro- g
em-s idM that the white of the Soth S
a-i n stbnd the heat of our su, and
g'ot eqly -* habd to depend n t
m la e r. t is an idea that had ts
,q1 A kesimi and, like man t
i tM has vd d btee believed, t
hattlir g Se fac t that tlhea is t
mwsh ad'm ,t evMsmm here to riate it..
-t mas be o nposribhle to make the
bale mM beive that the Mgo is-
*-m grent. ort to mae him do as
*meh *I4iM -Theoutside wi d deaes
a t the hI t that the mgro has
bem ad always will be the greatest
ti 1 M -k ik the way of the South's
..!9*h .\\. .
m ewd A eamid to have n of
th pseiis who think that the white
->-~ ill bhe hat oI our somb-
that of te there. and wh 1
Pmows i&L aa ob up depeid a the
nqw would en d here and lit e 1
oht-laeon that would con-
6i d all doubt that the
wi1t aihr of the outh s it reidetim.
ST'h the State of South Chrolina as an
e. ,. in the loe portion of the
miego preominates, it is
Sst a pueparoam by m y point asi is
is he mrethe seeUtioim where the white
-e tin e hs own sol, with the hdep it is
4tea is may ames of negro labor.
Thbo dsa of farmers (white farmers, i
mes) work in the sed from January to
[ they do tbat you
the subject very fully i.
1- Cmanm- a the Negro, a book of
mLn htappered about two years eim.
-I remH that I used the county of Abbe-
-. Oe as an illustration. In that county
Fy fam And proof sunlaient to suetain
y ur aim. I the northern portion of
the county the whites predominate. They
mraprtt*vly small rm a and do
their own work. It is a very prosperous
setdio, ad land sells for from $10 to 25
as n Pp nthe southern portion .of the
w roes predembnaie, rut the
wte owners, which they
by poor aisg, and thlaer
IMd emn be perhaed for from 02 to 45
pr sae, eam where the owner has given
q l *-41@600 to his fkbadm kept it,
up to a ged state of cultivation. In the
S.q portion of the county lands are
--a s ae deman-- a can be sold, while
is tMe lowr p rtion there is very little
I a I o o Ste this matter
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a detail. I s in- desi to assume pou "Of course this question is likely to come
bat you are on the right line adm to urge up every time there is a labor difficulty
ou to keep it up, and in that way dispel is any northern city of the Fall River
he ignorance that prevails on the subject. type, but there is no harm in that-
he possibilities of thi section are rm- discussion will prove beneficial rather
ties if we could get it in the hands of than the reverse.
ood white farmers, and ths ce the "Undobtedly conditions are changing.
Worthless negro labor from among s Undoubtedly the cotton fields are nearer
I watch with much interest everything to the mills of Atlanta than to those of
hat is being aid and dome in this matter, Fal River. But what of that? If con-
nd I have done all in my power to dispel, ditions chance there is but one thing to
he dense ignorance that prevails in cer- do-eet the.
ain quarters as to the tree condition at "Let it not be forgotten that a stock
he South. of groceries and sign do not make a gro-
The efforts that re now being made to 0ry store, and neither do a building and
aduce immigrants to come here i a move some cotton machinery make a cotton mill.
i the right direction and it should meet "Back of these, in order to make a sue-
with every eeourageent The Mann- cess, there must be brains-courae-a-
Coine to the Carrival
All readers of the In ,tril Record are earnestly
invited to attend the Second Annal Trades Carnival,
Jacksoa ille, Fla., during the week bfgft ninig October'24.
The Carnival this yer will be a great educational
.ad ammamient fatur as 'usual better than ever before,
and along the same high plane that it ihas heretofore
been w w(ed Reduced rates over all transportation
V. R. CARTER.
S G. V. VILRO
S. H. A. McBACHERN I
SJ. A. HOLLOMON.
faeturers' Record can do much in the good
work, and the Soth feels that it an
depend upon it. Wi. P. Calhoun.
Edgefield, S. C.
Lical Movement of Cettn Milk
Even in the confuion of wild retreat
from their time-homered supretaey in
cotton goods manufacturing our New Eng-
land friends find leisure to make wry faces
at the South.
For instance, here is a leading editorial
from the current issue of "Fibre and Fab-
ric," published in Bostoa:
"Ooee again the debate is over the
topic, Is the cotton manufacturing indus-
try in New England destined to leave it
for the South
paeity-energy-patience capital. We
put capital last, because, important as at
is, brains and the other qualities come
first-they commaml capital, not capital
"When these qualities pass from New
England-when the courage to face diffi-
cultia and the ability to surmount them
's no longer ours- then, and not till
then, need anyone despair for our cotton
it. Many mills in the South haveasN'-
turned their attention to su ehse of
goods as are made in Fall River, d am
making a strong bid far the hIes of
the large elot iht :eei Lt week
it was reported that certain brolkrs who
had heretofore purchased ldoth at Fal
River were placing contracts in the SHuth
and that while the uales at M Rive
were only 8000S pieces fir the it is
claimed that one mcommi ssion -e i
New York placed orders with another
manufacturers for me the that
amount of eloth. in the pt weeks
of the strike the curtallmeMt oiprodw-
tion has been at hJas 1,500W iime of
"But New Englad beaten a out of
"Not while New Sagi mdis New xg-
We will admit that it is a bir does
for New England to ,wm Fe stidy lese
of her power in this *itoedom. tn the
fact must be confronted tha t old i-
stitutLons of New Kn-glndt bkM
ings filled with antuditeda maeineor-
" will have to make way far the new eWdr
of things that is bei..dAevelopos in the
South. We do not make this amrtMon i,
a spirit of boastfulness,. but rather -a
plain business propoaiti an, d say of
the New Englanders, even, are seeing to
appreciate the facts as they exia
In our judgment the editorial in "NAmr
and Fabric" contains very litt that i
justified by the conditions of the present
time. Quite recently the write etm
with great interest to an addmln by
most scholarly clergyman in a Southar
pulpit, relating his vacation aperimem
in "Old New England." The mister was
a child of New England, bringing with
him into the South all the loe for that
country which had become alme t a part
of his very being. Yet, in a partin o,
his discourse, he stated that if y yog
man were to ask him whether .to lcate
in the east, the west, New Mgland or
the South, he would reply: "Bemain in
the South--the greatest opportiities a
there for you." The minister then ex-
plaimed, among other- poeliar comditium,
that the time has been when the cotton
of the South was shipped to New glmnd*
manufactured in the mills thee, and
sent to the markets of the world. "Bt,"
he added, "that day is passing away, and
the cotton mills must come to the cotton
fields if they are to be able to meet the
close competition of the day."
"Of course, exceptional conditions such The minister has clear vision and uder-
as now exist at Fall River offer an oppor- stands the signs of the timns It is
tnnity to Southern mills of which they doubtful whether very many eoon man-
may be justly expected to take advan- ufacturers in New England will 'aw
stage, and it is among the possibilities that be willing to invest much kl for
the trade so transferred may never be new machinery to be plae I -i n
wholly regained by the city which lsee so distant from the
* '^ ^sp-. "
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-______ THE KY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. _
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C. B. ROGEBM, PaumTr.
W. A. GATJ.A1b mad E. A. CHAMPLAIN, Vicx-PaesDmrsa.
C. H. BOD.ON 4, '
DIRECTORS : C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Champlaih H. AA. MeEbern and J. A. Caraf ed JarmhilM
B. F. Bullard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Penacola.
PAID UP CAPITAL $5oo,ooo.
Mala Office and Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches nl Tampa, Peasacola, Pla.,
and Savannah, 6a.
The Consolidated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Compmy
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 breash
of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Penamola; th
grocery branch of the Southern Naval Stores Company. of Savannah.
Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain, Pro.
d Imported Groceries, Turpntine Tools,c.
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
Cawslst 1t we Three-Story Bildla, 70x200; one two.story blhifsa. 50x390; am one.stwry heading, 8x2
maklg the lare s of my Cerpay ot the lad In the eSoth.
Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tampa. Fle., Pensacola. Fla., and Sevannah. Ga.
TH co WILL 33 WORaH mUdrAs TO rOU KVzar w a.
TER, WBMLYT a4DUWrIALL RECORD.
+ L dewa amd weekly -
Sore the a S oo h te.1-
mowyt the fact tha the present year in
W tt-- bolninig activity, a"d
jte AdilMty ci psoearing carpatsre
Sseeal times the fat that, while the
tmiL-pSi of ImI r per capit in the
qtPera States is, aad has been, ever
,. : iM-e e war lema than in any other aee-
o Gi asotry, emm has been
S ag their fiaat oi the supply a prob-
*he. maauto for lumber at any fate
tiom, the wholesale lumber dealers have
ot been in the habit of coaideriag the
f arm ar o e- mpio of lumber in
Si, *umhbr states as a factor of ay ia-
Sprbetame the prouh l. The great
g- t $1. t,. itte es i o ed has be n far
I by the mall oatry saw mills
and generally of a low grade. neitho
.: "Wy *aour quantity suffiient to appro
daly affect the general trade.
In Making calculations on thelrobbk
fs tulN y of BSouthern lumbe-esape
aey the hardwoods, it will be wise tA
alow a onsmierable margin for home coa
.1 .io i thu oUth, A %u teeasbA o
;b -'a pa ih early au vectLa of th
South, and higher than usual prices fo
an farm prodaeta has eaamed money to b
dstrited more widely sald am pleati
fauy among the people than at any cthe
time for may years A considerable por
'se of two money is going into fan
.ulMigsi and improvemenats. If alln th
iabiir that ia going into local cousump
ti a tf high shipping grade, its with
drawal would be fel in the general trad
to a smailbe extent. A great deal of
-. however, is being used for fencing to n
S pie the decayed worm rail fences, an
for un ad down batten temant bouse
. Mrns, ibs, stables, ete, for which po
poses very rough and poorly manufaeture
sa *--be used.
Befrring to he statement that there i
now more money in the posmesion c
Sthe farmers, renters and laborers i tL
Soth than for many years past, a stat
.r t that will not be disputed by an
Ml fmrrm- I m there ir anmt
TTE CANNON COMPANY
e CAPITAL PAID
Ou Spirit Bmb ho ad wdp aw the se-
vrtM Aimac id Europe impecio
d Plans at MIGS, CARO, OQUtMAN, GA,
I, and MONTICEULO, A.
d Ad&ssm orders homr ffic,
-Act that is very noticeable. There is
more silver moaey in circulatio in the
South today thun there ever wa since
thesumtry wa settled.
Iuing the sere political strule of
oe* t or ten years between those whofar-
ored the free ad unlimited coinage of
siver aad the advocates of the gold stand-
ard, a lrge majority of the people of the
ou r States were persistently clamor-
m far silver. Well, they got it-plety
io it for their purposes, and as a oe-
quues .they have been quiet, satisled
ant eoUtiully prosperous ever sice they
did gt it.
As a present political campaign slogan
the statement tht "the gold standard I
--. iroably mixed on the country" is prob-
ably as good as any, but if, from aay
a- sa or my reason, a similar condition
"of the country's currency as that which
estted during the yeas of feree currency
agitation shall be brought about again,
the folwers of that cry will larn that
It i esatly the reverse of fa. Any-
j. isa that free people may do govern-
mrtal afair ean be "revoked." By the
by, that word irrevokable," bears the
,me Msaim a to the political afis of
. r6i 416- 4gnab uy She wwed "
,e, P. A1W
.----_ W4M,, F',
Seai ll orders for prting fr th twr-
eatm ad Commisay tr"s to the
baem ef to a i eI Im et -s0ve ...
beam t- the nergals wulr. Both are
meaniagless a pgeeranly applid.South-
Disapearaae of Premiat Lamberma.
Mr. E. B. Mullig, a prominent sawmill
man of Summit, G, -steoiusj disp-
peared from hin home Wednesday of laat
week. He left the impression with his
hands and family that he was going oB a
business trip for 'the purpose of buying
timber for his sawmill ad carried about
$1,100. His horse and rad cart wen
found Thurday near Wadley, the horse
loose in the woods.
Further investigatio showed that Mr.
Mullin had been sem in the waiting room
of the Cetral of Georgia Railway at
Wadley about 10 o'leek the night of ia
disappeara..e, Onindelable excitem4t
has bee caused here, as Mr. Mulling
stands well ad is one of'the moat promi-
nent citizens of that place. Siee it has
been learned that he wa seem in the
waiting room at Wadley the opinion is
that he left on the up-train. His mules
lumber and effects have been levied upon
and are now in the hands of the sheriff.
.L R. PO WELL.
a- a. Powell. Chas. 6.
CNAdS. 6. NAJUS, NNrWT ASV.
vice-Presideat ad Treasurer. i t.
ffrs.. mic~llaa. P. L. Sutberland, i. V. Co a.
Southern Manufacturing Co.,
Cawer of West Bay a- Mae- s Sts.
JacLkse Nvll, r e.
Wholesale Drugs i Commissary Sipplis
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to quote priso -
anything in the drug line. We make packed drugs a specialty ad ea ae you
money. Mail orders are given prompt attention.
Young's Female College,
oPaeS SrPTrZR ith, 99ed. Unsurpascd Climate, Cultured .cmmity, -Tia
Equipment, select sodatlios, indlHual attention to eac student, limited aumberet--
stadeates broe, comprehe cone ures leding to A. a an S. d0egreese; ealty ofelht .
tsan speelants; MNte ml son sad PIysical Clture Specaitl; stl cas t from a o ato for
ta months term Write for catalogue to-
I. COCHILANE HUNT. President.
Tirm Sept. lt, Rchmould, Ky.
Under new management. Thoroibly
renovated and repaired throighm i h-
cluding new eletri elevator ad or
own electric light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL. Prop.
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE.
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
Steamer Shipments a Specdaty.
For Prot Direry SW UsYM CYr miy Cm limire,
U= R303RD n 2 W13 I O4992 "aBS JTAin
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THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSVILLE
CAPTrAL OS30000 IRPLUS and UN MVIH) PAROM S30am
We ae Tihme Certieates of Depolt. wMeah draw Bterest t rt saft re pt^ r
asan, if heM ninetJy day or lonr. Tke uadIaa uteg f athis k rsea aas 3
smmtfttarfyejra. Partleaulttant ta toOu-of-Towaam.loom muin'gien
"When the Leaves Begin to Fall"
Wetch out for Chills and Fever.
Planters Tasteless Chill Tonic
I a sure Cure-GUARAN D TO CR BIG 4
We run no risk In aikingr tis guaranty.
Read thi: Wili n TO
I had bass sufterng with chills an fewer for the
laa ear ad tried doctor' m ei, ot no
ree Iea .o Mse Planters Cl Toie, whikb, I
Sthankful to say, has cured me.
C. B. Boln.
Write us for booklet and speeal prices.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO..
STHE WgtfLT 1N1JUdsf~td~1rtIA1, SB&IR
. Wakr nmms Drp auvhn Degest isa
We/ sndqg OW&Mer 4i
-coM. P .peets mm r t-
r amd whbm ral have not interfered
-ka operathm have IrIlIeme ed-
y, however, saying and pilkig have
een generally himnered by rain. The
week on the whole has been favorable
for going mp and garde. The rainy
weather faring the gemination of
ende ad siding i putting beds into good
edtltm. Young fruit trees have also
bia. beadted i growth although there
in emplsit of ripeing orange splitting
-dl ctr fi gerally dropping.
Aridka, eMado-Plty rain; eae
growing Vieey; potdnes making wen;
vegetabe" being plated-. A. llis.
aole Lake, Polk-ains very regular;
Am hay op; preparing for fll op;
ss plat ready to set; eitr outlook
varies, Mee grope fn from February
isom, otlhe half Jume fruit, acme groves
oe-fo4 th er p-P. B Johton.
Invernes, Ctrum-An ideal weak for
uatahilm ad fan gsrdesg.-W. EL
KeySvlle, Hillaboreogh-ight showers;
trek nt doig we; me orange plit-
abg; cro net a good as last year's.-E
Tirum Be rh< growing
mely; garden are being plated-E. E.
Moat Dora, Lake- rderim being plant-
ed; abummat rain; tree growing welL-
0teMs, Vohds-aie daily; low land
aoade*-uom damage to eed bed; sweet
potato yield poor-A. T. Patillo.
Ormid, Volusi--High winds; light
rain; too dry for r op; citr tree
loek wel, iut have made ltte growth--
O emmbi o,. Pam -;a ha been of
great valr to growing ops; bayin
fairly saeesafl erop; corn housed.-A. A
Panasofkee, Sumter-All erops grow
iag ne; farmers gathering eon; sweel
potatoes promise good yield.-A Z. Ar
PyoWth, Orang-General rains; or
ange sptting badly; gardening progre
ing.-J. T. Capman.
BL Leo, Pse-CaQe, essava, pidsr
fair; haying proge we I-G. Sehaeid
Tarpo Sprig, Hillsborough-Go
weather far egetables and citrus fruit
ramn splitting ame- Smith.
Umatilla, Lake-Bain greatly beefte
o orange tree and potatoes; grapefruit be
giving to move.-G. V. DeVault.
Winter Garden, Orange-showers latte
part of week; eitr trees i god oondi
tfl.-A. B. Newtom.
Wintr Park, Orange-Rai daily; poo
hay weather; garden track getting wel
started.-C. H. Ward & Son.
Yalaha, Iake---aower lit of week
mame benet to gardems.-4. K Snow.
Arcadia, DeSto Heavy winds and
hai--. J. Buhnel.
Avon Park DeSoto--Rainy during the
week.-O. R. Thatcher.
ipiva, Lee---Fm showers; crop out-
look te; many plants being set-Hat-
tie E Brainard.
Cuter, DadeP-D y showers; prairies
too wet to eltivate; vgetation on high
and growing rapidly; shipping grapefruit;
ga-e rstl p.lfri.-.a aL -mod.
Fort Pierce, Brevard--Vegetables being
planted; large acreage hsh potatoes be-
ing planted.-T. J. OBrien.
Black Creek, Leon-Widy; corn being
gathered; cotton fields are white and pick-
ing progressive.-J. Miller.
Canton, Madison-xexeslive wind and
rain has damaged open cotton; some
sprouting in bolls; crop three-fourths.-
W. D. utley.
Curtis Mill, Wakua--Fair; cane and
potatoes doing well; gardens being plant-
ed.-D. A. Murray.
Hilliard, Nassa--Light showers; need
more rain; gathering corn; yield below
the average.-W. LM Taylor.
Johnstown, Bradford-Coton being
picked; cane doing welL-D. Coffin.
Mallory, Lafayette-Dry; cotton two-
thirds erop.-H. F. Hunt.
Mannington, Leon-Cool, Cloudy and
dry; fine for gathering cotton; no corn
housed; corn crop short; gardens too dry.
-A. I Manning.
McKinley, Columbia--Ocssional ehow-
ers; open cotton being damaged by wind
and rain; pickers ecaree.--Wm. NoegeL
Montbrook, Levy-Dry; corn harvested;
exceeded expectations; gardens being
planted.-*P. 0. Seller.
Monticello, Jefferson-Cotton being
gathered and marketed f .st,-. W. Mur-
Newport, Wakulls--Weather favorable
for crops and gardens; corn gathering
about over; velvet beans very fne.-L.
Pablo Beach, Duval-Very high winds
with heavy rainfall; wind damaged young
vegetables.-C. C. Dickerson.
Pellim, Duval-Showers; gardens, cane
Sand potatoes doing well.-D. B. Newsome.
Waldo, Alaeha--Weather stormy; cot-
ton proceeding; difficult to get pickers;
caa and potatoes doing fine; fall gardens
looking better; sowing rye.-T. D. Wil-
. W tern D
Bush, Washington-Cotton nearly all
open-yielding very well; corn being
housed; fair yield; gardens being planted
-J. W. Bush.
Campbellton, Jackson-Weather fine for
gardening; no top cotton crop; about
three-fourths crop.-W. B. Booth.
Cromaton, Calhoun-Plenty rain; gar-
dens looking welL-E. Mosher.
Molino, Escambia- tton looking well
--ome being picked; cane pointing freely;
turnip seed sowed.-Wm. H. Trimmer.
Mulat, Santa Roa-Good 'season for
saving hay and cotton.-J. A. Howell
Point Washington, Washington--Show-
ers, everything growing nicely; sugarcane
splendid.-eo. H. Mundy.
Prosperity, Holmes-Dry; fall crops
suffering; cotton about all open and gath-
ered; about three-fourths crop.-Joph M.
Hypoluxo, Dade-Enough rain to keep
ground wet; young pines starting fine.-
G. A. Angevine.
Jupiter, Dade-Plenty rain; all crops in
good condition; fall crop pines shipped.-
Hal. P. Hardin.
Malaar, Brevard-Six inches rain; just
what was needed for winter garde,-
J. F. Farley.
Rialto, Lee-Raining; crops doing well;
oranges and grapefruit being shipped.-
D. J. Higginbotham.
ROBERT T. LINDLEY,
S. Schfle Ms Sens
~tL Distiller's PuamM
No plant compl e wi tt .
^ Hu^ndreds of them ms i
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lasa mC apra. We aa mrl
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Tampa Hardware Co.
STurpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supple.
SLarge Stock Council and Holmes Hqals
and Pullers on Hand.
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Tank & Export Company
Of SAVANNAH GA.. U. S. A.
JOHN R. YOUNG.
J. P. WILJLAMS.
C. W. SAUSSY.
S. A. ALFORD.
P. L S
A. D6 COVINGTON.
i. HInS. f1 V. BULLARD
[JTIURLAND. W. C. POWZX
?ADGZT. WALTER BAY.
YQUNm. A. D. COVDINGON.
L L, KAYTEW,
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J. L. COs-LY.
Our tanks are well equipped and thoroughly enameled t ad
conveniently situated at the terminals of the 8. A. L. and A. 0. I.
Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
S WRITE EITHER OF THE ABOVE PFlt PARTIMUARS.
Turpentine, Log and Phosphate MMues.
Heavy Wagons. Harness and t
Heavy Wagons. Harness aud Buggies.
N TM DON' [11 r IT Ix X= REOR WRI UL
THU 'WXPUEbY *IN4$JFTItAJ -UOQ.D. 5
iuing the avais ta -k -
keis of hqge ea latesets to
nh AlsaNam Commercial and Industrial
Aairstr in annal asnion at Aaiston,
Ala, lst weak, rempreatiag the buine
r q ti of the State, has smat the
eMb Umployers' Federation,
Ma mhmstr, England:
Th lmmeril orgaaniatioas of Ala-
barm in aammal eavetion heartily invite
wyear to isit the cotton-growig
esa. Th Seth ema produce enough
etta e Mo ply the world's needs. Come
sa for yourvn
"Alhamn CmmerWil and
SThe fllU ia tel. a was also meat:
-New Irand Cotton .Masiaetures'
4-i isir, h'Bett o Woods, N. H.:
'Thn n mens sroaniztiona of Ais-
S he 6,; invention m@nd
S ito the New Mgmlsd Cotton Man-
ofooa-' A-msaoition and express the
hs- tlat ye body, reprenating so large
M int the egtou-manufacturing
wu, wl ji .i xtending to the ma.n-
*ita of i pe aa invitaton to vrit
wei m iy ad ih persn study the m-
SsoWS ad eapailities of Southern ail
a dort te, and lear thai, with the tide
e l4 esrati oe turned this way ad
wth ir pries for cotton maintained, the
Ilath wI guarantee a supply of the raw
memidl suelen to meet the ever-weam-
ing areirenmets of the world. As the
en ad steel saters of Ameries have
Always h a rhad spirt exteded an nmi-
*Ali he the iBitish Iran and Steel Isti-
te to vit this co try, we feel that the
m euf aetures of Ameries will in a
irk, i lead patriotism welome the
ii at etto. anfactrer. of aurope.
A Atam, uommuda.l an
Nw. r. H. the Proeid (I. L) Board
t he t e"adu teleriq ,
Sits i*iC 8. H. Jackson:
S 'Wrge ya r *ssM-aHon to join wIa
t ihe Bt urs.' A.moiatio in
their i attm to the cotton mauuae-
t f Great Britain and the Continent
e epe to batted the international co-
&velea cotton manufacturers in er-
ite tas hi."
mrsl telegram of like purport were
S net t the New lagnd Anmoeiatimr by
Sa nrntr of bankers of Praridasa.
eteka Woods, N. September 23.
The L qnetiom of partiipatig by the
New *Ioa 'Cotton Manufmturers' As-
s edt ia in the inita to 'the oeign
teae epeaentatives to visit this eoma-
toy ba he referred to the ibd of
aas with power to aet-MmAfae-
! team as l
Aze Uwre Numereaw.
Uaiv~no, (Ln., Sept. 24.-The general
.....,% the lumbermen here a
Ito br 4B here has been a elmage for
the b#t ta th lmber situaion. Ia-
S qaidWl -r e U aee ther is
betm, pareWng of ader being laemed
enga ia~ UW e there has been no
pagal rise h pries, yet ky quick dlly-
ries and large and diflclt sies there has
been a slight advance over prevailing
price thirty days ago. Shipments so far
this month have been heavy, and more
lumber has been shipped to date than
during the whole month of August.
Mr. W. L. Wilson, the receiver for Mc-
Donough & Co, has asked for ninety days
additional time in which to file his re
port, which has been granted. In the
meantime the business is being run as
heretofore by the receiver.
Work has been begun on the exten-
s'on of the Garbutt & Bonovan short line
railway from Garbutt & Donova's mill to
Lyons, Ga. Bail for this extension is
expected daily, and laying of ril will be
pushed forward rapidly a soon a re-
ceived. This line connects wth the Millen
& Southwestern at a point ten miles from
Lyon. When this extension is completed
it given Lyons good outlets via Seaboard,
Central of Georgia and Macon, Dublin 'f
There are te a number -of awmill
men throughout the states of Georgia and
Florida who are being benefited by the
Georgia Interstate Saw Mill Association
without coatriluting anything towards its
maieltence and support, and who have
ever en it to join the association ad
affilite with it regularly. With the view
of enlisting the co-operation ad support
of such mills, the association is sending
out the following letter:
If you are a yellow pine manufacturer,
why you should belong to the Georgia
Intatte e Saw Mill AMociation.
First-Because it is an organization of
manufacturers of yellow pine lumber, pri-
marily designed for the good of all
Second-Because it is impossible to do
individually without the association what
has been aad can be accomplished by
and through this organisation.
Third-Because it is the only medium
through which the sawmill men of Geor-
gia ad Florida can combat evils of the
trade, rest unwise and hurtfl legisla-
tio ad promote the co-operation of the-
n in betering condition, i.
Fourth-Bmesusi the periodic and nee-
sary changes in rules of inection and
correction of evils of inspection can only
be accomplished through an association
of this character.
Fifth-Baue the t entire trade, manm-
facturers and dealers, have been beneftsd
by the association The larger the mem-
bership the greater the infuence and ben-
edt and the smlle the ost. No one
shoid be willing to let all the burden reas
n a few, or to reap where he has not
Sith--Beaeuse the manufacturers sup-
porting the assiaion are paying out
their money for your benefit.
Seventh--Becaue you are getting the
result of this as 'well a the time and
thought that has been given to it, and
you should, terefore, become aiiliated
with the aaoiation and help bear the
expense of maintaiig t ad help yourself
Vighth-Because the benefit derived
from the price lit, if simply used as a
basis, is worth many times what your
membership will ost.
Ninth-Because you should give us your
moral support by joining and the benefit
of your experience and counsel in shaping
the work of the association a to do
the greatest good to he greatest num-
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7,P Aepel Bound Timber, Walton Co. Turpentine pi-
ilege only. $1.50 per acre. Water transportation.
,000 Aepes Volusia Co., Bound Timber, on Rail trans-
* portation. Splendid timber for turpentine. Priee $3.2. Fee aim-
& ~000 Aepe Hillsboro Co. Water tranportation. Sple-
did Turpentine timber. $8.00 per acre, fee simple.
S We have several choice Turpentine locations in operation. Write
S for schedules. Our No. 8 Bulletin will be mailed upon applieatin.
IBrobston, Fendig & C.
l Jadcksrmie, Flied. i nrswid Gerh.L
J. A. Craig (CE Bro.
239 W. SBy Street VEWRETT BOCK.
Leaders in Men's and' Boas' Fine Cledh-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishinos.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Han; largest Stock in the City.
3W9;-~~rrO~C~-I-'- ~C+OC8 ~ ----~~-- ----------- -
The Bond & Bours Co.
WHOLESALE a RETAIL
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paints. Oils and GlaeM.
Stoves. Tinware. Countrr-Hollowwre.
P WEBT DAY 8TkZEET
JACKSONVILLE MACHINE AM IRON WORKS
ENGINEER, IRON AND BRASS
FOUNDER AND MACHIrIST
Locomotive, Steamboat, Sawmill and Mine Machinery Made and Repained. ri
and Brass Castings, and machine repairs of all kinds.
MARIE 4NGINES AND BOESX PUXYS AMD UMAPUIP1U
Agent for Stationary Engines. Boilers. Pumps, Feed Water Hea e JOlt
sers, Hydrants and Valves, Centrifugal Pumps, Hose, Belting and BRbber Goo&d
MER TUaUeSI I AL WATER MBS EI A L IPELTI
l-----------ll---- l-- ll--see ----
Cable ssAddre Florsida s
ard Naval Stores
RS EXCLUSIVELY IN
TURPENT IN E.
M11 V10M.xvninsA" MI@MN Th1Z 33w.
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AVAt:C ND aa*aM ZVOaMM'
S T~E wNAI~rLI~FUJ5~iA~ SUIJW.
THME ~eC AGt cPAIrT, JACK-
The Cooperage CorM r Jakon-
v illem rgamed by tbo- o are inter-
ested in the ufaure and dispa ition
of aral stores, will at onee eomawime
'the ereetio in Jacksoville of a plant
which will aptemt an outlay of P760,
and will have t largest capacity of any
plant of its kind in the South. This plant
is to be located on the Seaboard Air Line
Railwy, immediately west of the naval
store yard, having I 1-2 acres of ground,
with a frontage of 975 feet, with private
doubh-end siding running entire length
of 14, giving facilities for handling raw
material ai the inis-ed product uMwr-
passed The grading of the lot was com-
menced on the Irth, and will be completed
in a ery dsbt tfhe, ready ter the eon-
tractrs to eommaee the various build-
inse~,be to rushed to
completion, as fast as is consistent with
good wwo. Pat f .trt pVachinery-ham
been shipped, and baknce will be shipped
in time to be placed in position as soon
as t buildings are completed.
Th following buildings are to be con-
strueteda. A sop, 10leti feet, with
wareomse wing 66x100 feet, two stories
High. Height from grade to erown of
roo, 48 feet, contains engine room, 20
feet by 20 feet, and toolroom, 16x20 feet.
Engi room to have 175-horsepower en-
.ginesM tyyn s, "te Thre is to be an out-
side covered platform 12 feet wide and
212 feet lng, aad one at end 65 feet
log. Te lower portion 210x100 feet, to
be ued a. cooper hop, while the bal-
ame of ate fret foor and the entire
second floor to be used as a storage room
for barrels, which will be moved from the
first floor to the second fleer wih an im-
proved elevator. The storage capacity of
this building will .be over 200 barrels
SIan a a -b-4hii stoagw room, barrels
will be mna4Pde stesd during the dull
semaa at the various hand shops through-
out Qg% p and-trida, pad thereby guar-
anteeing an. ample supply of thoroughly
eassoned barrels on hand at all times.
This building will be'uiaded with a
full line of the most complete machinery
for of, t_) b tight and
islma eV o spirits of tarpetine
barrels, barrels for cottonseed oil, sirap
barrels, sh barrels, potato barrels and
kindred packages. Improved conveyor*
win laed at each machine, conveying
the sawdust and shavings to a fire-proof
room is tihe eng e house Furmaces will
be feddiet from thi conveyor, thereby
aveidMg idling the fueL
In addition to lte sa bo, a full line
of veseeraig t machinery will be
pt i for ia lettuce baskets,
bean baskets, tomato carriers, peach Cr-
riers aPi s a-ki e* fruit a-. vge-
STIe dry kilns to be constructed in on-
nsetm. with this plant are to be in keep-
ig citn h ~s mAte.anA Wr.-
Amwe vkat 411 0 Ii-
- *ni are to be 45xI04 feet; total
heWg 24 feet; to be of brick, with graMd
ro ofma It is to be built in two compart-
=me04 to operated siny or together,
the taidrd dr k& process to be in-
*ta*.L This bding will be fitted with
te trlks, which receive the leaded
trae* which are transferred to trucks
to te eopaershop. The kilas
to e eresteo at is lan are the meat
oenee that sold be procured.
Th boiler home will be 40xE6 feet, AD
Sbr)id M tw w k et, with "--- a
trusses and metal roof, containing a bat-
tery of four m-hertepower boilers. The
Ave-foot steel smokestack running to the
height of 75 feet from the ground.
The stave mill is to be a heavy frame
construction, open below; dimensions to
be 60x75 feet; total heigl, 36 feet; con-
tains an engine room 18x19 feet, with
75-horsepower engine. In this room will
be located the machines for sawing staves
and heading, both for tight ald slack bar-
rels. These saw will cut into staves and
heading large quantities of bolts and logs
that will be shipped in by the carload.
In this room will also be located a veneer-
ing machine for cutting all kinds of crate
material. All of the machinery wil be
of the very latest pattern.
In connection with this mill will be
a yard of sufficient size for storing several
million staves and pieces of heading, that
same may be thoroughly seasoned. In
drder to make the best barrel, it is ab-
solutely necessary that the dtoek should
remain on the yard, and be air-dried at
least three months before putting into the
package. It is the Cooperage Company's
intention to furnish the operator with the
beet barrel on the market and with the
facilities they iave for keeping several
months' supply of material cut ahead,
there is every reason why they will be
able to turn out a barrel that will give
satisfaction, especially in view of the
fact that the closest attention will be
paid to the culling of the material and
putting the barrel together.
One superintendent's house, containing
six rooms, three mechanic's houses, con-
taiing four rooms, and twelve mechanics'
houses containing three rooms, will be
erected. These houses will be supplied
with electric lights from the company's
plants on the ground.
A six-inch artesian well will be put
down on the premises, so as to insure an
ample supply of water at all times.
A water tank is to be erected on the
most improved steel frame, 75 feet from
the ground; 20,000 gallon capacity. A
standard system of pipes will run through
all parts of the building and grounds,
-thereby reducing the rate of insurance.
1 The plant when completed, including
oqat of building and machinery and other
improvements, will present an outlay of
at least $75,000, and is considered by dis-
interested parties who have seen the plans
to be the most complete plant of its kind
in the Southern country. This is in addi-
tion to the money invested in timber,
which will reach $0,000. The employees
ecessary to operate this plant will be
over two hundred, the greater number of
which will be located in Jacksonville. The
capacity of the plant will be 1,00 barrels
per day, and other packages in proportion,
thereby guaranteeing parties who use bar-
rels and paeakg a supply at all tes.
No expense will be spared to turn out the
very best package on the market, and by
the excellent arrangement of the building
the cost of handling and --nuf-e-icu
"the material into packages will be reduced
to a minimum
In addition to making barrels by ma-
chinery, the Cooperage Company owns and
controls at the present time ten hand
cooper shops. These shops are located over
Georgia and Florida, and supply the tur-
pentine operators with barrels in Ala-
bama, Georgia and Florida, reaching all
points via rail or water, equalizing freights
with any shops in the above territory.
The operators will remember that there
has frequently been a scarcity of barrels,
au-ing them annoyance ad loss, and, in
ARM TauJ A LUDvn TU 2iMuiinM
. !n .i
i,-t vU" l J-:.
THE WN W INI WlqWIiXCA BBROBD.
e4S paw m -eril and bad workman-
In *imisa to t an, the company is
la-ki fOr a eating in Georgia or Ala-
.-o eet another u-tosati barrel
ptAL A central @t6ide is being M 3soK
S o reach the New Orleans, Moile,
SAtMdi, Savannah and Charleston mar-
Ti saany ows large tracts of tim-
her l s, d will manufacture the mate-
ridl oa the tree. They have already two
Slve milla in the woods, cutting white
oak staves mad heafm The capacity of
hse is s9A staves ac per day, and
the heading meda the same, making a
dly outpt of 18WIS staves and the same
9 h n-eg Th~y hae eat and t-ean in
a we -at tls time over 30oW stave.
a-d hliSg, and by thae At of January
aspe to inammma ths to over ose nd
em-heM n Ui4 w"h" wel qpee t In-
Vtme-n in the materials alone over
gl Thse staves a heading will
he sem to the Jahelovifle plant, put
-mu* the dry kil, ad manufacrsae
Wa u nne. In asltese
ito iti -swL Slaw a operatia, the
r. oepMrage (mpany will os erect in the
weeds another m~d eth sft e m paity
tue t.. abe. The stave and
--atg m- al the plant, in adlitio to
the s above mmotimoe will give a rm-
'. *M & T Oi, m f heading.
b I i t bast a tfthber snat the
*iey- hawing iW.
dir s I- tracts of white oak in
Abhom and T m
h mCaigtin0 of the Cooperage QA.-
W r I as a smisla1"
neessity and protection, one of the main
objects being to keep the operators sup-
pled with a good quality of(tarrb all
times and at a fair price. As stated be-
fore, their had been a great deal of
trouble in secring barrels, and some of
the purchased were of inferior quality;
this had not only resulted in a loss to
the inistry, but in great and general
annoyance. Those who are intrested in
this compay are the Conolidated Naval
Stors Company, the Peacock, Hunt &
West Co, and the Barnes & Jessup Co,
all of whom are dealers in naval stores,
and are thoroughly acquainted with the
trade aad the business in which this com-
pany has engaged.
The capital stock of the Cooperage Com-
pany is $100,00, and the offers are J. C.
Little, secretary ad treasurer of the Ooa-
solidated Naval Stores Company, presi-
dent; John K Harris, vice-president of
Peaeoek, Hunt & West Co, vice-preident;
C. H. Barnes, president of Bares & Jes-
sup Company, secretary and treasurer; K.
H. Mote, formerly president e the LesmA
burg Coeperage and Manufaetring Com-
pay, general manager.
B n of Directors.
J. C. Litte, W. J. Kelley,
J a- Ntris,' W. C. Powel,
C. H. Barnes, W. F. Coachman,
J. W. West.
The Cooperage Company ay be set
down as a Florida enterprise, with head-
quarters in Jacksonville. It is to be one
of the largest as well as one of the most
important industries in the State, and
a"ide from employing & large number of
.han&,and distribing sme of money
weklyd in thi city, it I to bring Jackson-
ville in closer touch with other industries
.o with an excellent class of people in
ae panta-of the State, Georgia, Alabama
an.. .1 ..h
The location of the plant is a most ex-
eellent one, and as will be seen by the
plans named for the buildings and fixtures
that the plant is to be excellently equip-
ped in every way, and will be completed
and in operation by January I, 1905.
It will be noticed that, in order to fur-
nish the operator with a high-grade barrel,
made of first-class material, thoroughly
seasoned and well put together, the Coop-
erage Company has made heavy invest-
ments, as indicated above, which it is
quite certain that the parties using bar-
rels will highly appreciate. The price of
barrels for another season will be made
as low as consistent with all that is best
to make a first-class package.
The far-seeing operator would do well
not to contract for or engage barrels for
another season until they have interview-
ed or communicated with the Cooperage
Company of Jacksonville, which will be
prepared to furnish the operators in Miss-
issippi, Alabama, Georgia pad Flrida
with a first-class package it a satisfactory
BU 10R S AND DrALU IN
Cotton, Saw, Fertlmr, O0 sant1s Ms-
cnery, and S-pp.rm and R-nks.
CAPACITY O M M NrMM
Machine Tools, Wood-W rd-k MCu-m ,
Shafting. Paea, msg M -~
Rubber Belting and Heas B=a% a,
Min Sappne and Toch
Pim ad estimates furnshd 1lr PNOW
Plats and Steel Eoa.
Steam Puma Feed Wtar ihuas ed
am ew ammeamoe -me
an the mme t adMe sm R.-
m n' r lb wn.l
W. J. L' ANGLE J. W. WADIL A Q. HUN1 11,
Present. Vice-Preles t. SR are tea
Union Naval Stores Co.
1W ORURAA 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.
P11W' r ~
. FLYNN, Presideat
-- : K.
W. B. JOHNSON, Vice-President
J. W. Oglesby
A. 8. PENDLETON, See'y & Trem
N. G. Wade
J. L. Medlin
W. B. Johnsa
Independent Naval Stores & Export Co.,
- -~ ~ksdviIe, Florida.
Naval Stores Factors and Operators.
- Capit 1 Stock, $500,000.
The pitom~6of tarpe'stin )aieta generally is invited. Liberal advances made on consignments.
Our interests and those pftheproducers are identical, -as ours is purely a co-operative company.
Some Money -and Some Timber For Somebody.
AD Producers are Requested to Call On or Correspond With Us.
rU CS3U:WE PTR ZLA.
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in -A Nev Sweet.
*ses"a andf Pwtwak
Deemals. _sday der and al. Dedina
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S Qf aW's
M-~se CsInty Ahslract CImpon
-: ~ _I To='-- a=.~a
*A01lMsi "or aos-rReal I
____ on aitppreed
M. aW. LARENDON,
r I r avaires
Comidsibm eslebeoin Utcerthents.
9 lsse f8ees, owe s= In
tlma~l he rintng nd ofic
1111OW Low--jzw% TAA ~CH
PM d a 8lloe f n Corn-
uuiss e Checyir
qla- INDUSRIAL RECOR
=;ZwrrtI~rest more of them
thaft*11f the printingand office
nu py koses in the Soulth
Se~9d all orders fdA Vow-
w isxclr Checksi, ani 646'17,_ anV
denomination, padded or loose
b;~ ~ a leon 1Lrl~
G -vers t "inncwu Sttn-- L
A special from Washington, D. C., says:
The monthly stsement of the public
debt show that at the close of business
Aug. 31, 1904, the total debt less eash in
the treasury amounted to $987,39338, an
increase for the month of $6,711,916. This
increase is accounted for by a correspond-
ing decrease in the amount of cash on
hand. The debt is recapitulated as fol-
Interest-bearing debt, $896,630; debt on
which interest has ceased since maturity,
$1,841.270; debt bearing no interest, $S8B,-
368,845; total, $1I,285,374.'
This amount, however does not include
$1,007,890,940 in certificates and .treasury
notes outstanding, which are offset by an
equal amount of cash on hand, which is
held for their redemption.
The total cash in the treasury is 1$,-
400,956,003, against which there are de-
mand liabilities outstanding amounting to
$1,102981,239, which leaves a cash bal-
ance on hand of *27,975,364.
The monthly coinage statement shows
that the total coinage, exeted at the
mints of the United states during August,
1904, exclusive of 2,55,000 pesos for the
Phinippine government, was $3,182,020, as
follows: Gold, $1,385000; half dollars, sil-
ver, $672,000; quarter dollars, $676000;
dimes, $243,000; minor coins, $206,00.
Receipts and azpletures.
The monthly comparative statement of
the government receipts and expenditures
shows that for the month of August,
1904, the total receipts were $44393,390,
the expenditures $51,246,03, leaving a
deficit for the month of $6,343,212.
The deficit for the two months of the
present fiscal year is $23,750,41.
The total deeease in receipts for the
month is nearly $5,000,000.
The monthly circulation statement is-
sued by the comptroller of the currency
at the close of business on Aug. 31, 1904,
shows the total circulation of national
bank notes was $452,516,773, an inresse
for the year of $33,928,798, ad for the
month of $,300,885.
The circulation based on United States
bonds was $417,380,300, an increase for
the year of $,355,144.
The circulation secured by lawful mon-
ey amounted to 35,136,473, a decree for
the year of$3,375,180, and for the month
The amount of United States bonds on
deposit to secure circulating notes was
$419,683,940, and the amount of bonds on
deposit to secure public deposits was $116,-
KIRK & JONES
107 E. DAY ST.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
H. OISOMx press. IL n. G r AnD. anr
W. B. OWUN. Vies-Pres.
B"AXcma: Omia. PI.. Le Cy. n
,acksa0-lle, -. - ld"
MERRILL-STEVENS C., 1
Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and .Puipr...
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
Fuel and Building Material.
mu mu a
S_ ___THE W.ltfI iN ftImfsIA I f'
The Southern Fuel and Supply Oo.
Anthracite, Steam and Rlsl-lith Coal, Ume, Cement, Brisk, Pa lB.
Foot Hogan St. JacksonWil, F. a, i
Cummer Ltimher Co.'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
L ... i crWW ~-
ROUGH & DRESSED'LUMBEr
Long Leaf Yellow Pin.ii
BOXES and CRATES.
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' -* .' ; .+, ^ '''i *.: .
Standard Clothing Company ,.
One rI'ce One
FASHIONABOE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISCERS,
17 2ad ,9 West Bay Street. - .arulls, rAirr
8tet-s ad e I fat. 8pe iAttem Umi veteo maBn l.1
ee)sweswsereswswseuewesus U5WUUUPUlWV5WUI5CI **Ww.
R. TOLA. JL OL K4ANr.
T. H. mLAOL.Y.
. IL T.LAR, i
TOLAR. IAR T-
160 PrronY uah&&i .M YR)
and Jobbers of Naval Stores.
Liberal Advances on Consigan nts of Naval Stores and Cottes. Members f new
York Cotton and Produce Exchange. Orders executed for Cotton Fatume.
JOBSPH D. WAD.
Via D4. D6 ENUNe
J. D. WEED & CO.,
Wholesale Hardwre, I
Bar, Hoop and Band Irpn.
MAKSE A 8PECICAY Q40i
Turpentine Tells, 11ae,: Bafi Etc.
Read the Record.Adv't's,--
ow W T93 WWWL LA8 TRAM_ PAVZML
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
S. I MAR, Pre Ja. IB. SAW, Vse-Prem. RALPH JESSUP, See.-Tree
BARNES & JESSUP COMPANY,
NAVAL STORE FACTORS.
Exprters of Pure Turpentines and Rosins
Strketl a Prdemsers' Compamy. Guages,
-Gradeu aMn Weihts Guaranteed.
-erMe at Jiksemsv Peusela, Ferandina adIL Savam
Crre WO.e S... lteo. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
000hh000u0040"0 h24u11 lot u steum so
eI L we Pree.
T. NaSARWU. Wise.prea.
MMMI! STEM. Trems.
SiTiNER STATES LANI & TIMBER COMPANY.
0 1 0 11. Wi. Ma0I5e
COMPARATIVE PRICES OF SPLITS
.If .a Jo pect to a o the ERFt eYP
next sesa, piaM e your orders ow or .-
S future delivery. Pries and ll informa-
tim cheerfully furanished o
AND ALL TOOLS
seed in the Herty system of trpentiainag.
.. Chattanoga Pottery
aisy, Tems e.
AT SAVAUNAN Foo t ITU TRAD
Florida Timber, Grazing &
64-404 LAW EXCHANGE,
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- t-h**3 mteIttttg*iieolt uul1tiuI il IIItII"iiii
'ILS a Kwr. W. HENDBESON. G. C WARREN.
BECKWITH, HENDERSON & WARREN.
tU E TRACTS OF TURPENTINE AND MILL LANDS,
R ,ms 1-2-3, First Natloal Bask Blldiasg.
UIIA, ~ : : : :* FLORIDA.
(itr & tALM C) (C C) C.In.L.) GMCndM. S&c. & TrVm
r FLORIDA FREIGHT CLAIM AGENCY
fWe ca collect yoar Fnreit Claims against
Ra&irwads and Steamslsp Compaaies.
ChLrges Reas u afe. Yor Membership Solicited.
S as w re lrl rr-u truMbe. edersed by ff Prulc aoties
6 te Dlty CrW rnunsprttaf.i COeNrpies.
2m6 Dm-UVplImrdah Bldl. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
usml Y ELINI'S SPECIALTY.
I w s-a by aems. preqpaid the tonowing:
1e fr ea m s mLeae County. Sannybrook Rye or g BHorn Ry .. S.L.
angle 3wee a.m
I w fma tur fqn rtqe or somrs' Corn, Melwood Rye, Golden Wed-
40 M, island 06a, TOm OGk Peach Brady. Peach ad AHoey
WbT ,Ok O d Mm ahttL Ooktafll- y of thboe abo for........ SM
One tle et of e th le a ebo e ......................................................... 1.00
oeb I a 1 the Ifll wn aforn Win s: herry, Port. Mct.
CLawa ...... .... S.LO
her w wbl.er y.e,. aOe
me bte Dta 's Malat ........... .0
115 baotes ... ... au
Salk meet at n kda special Prices on applietion. All kinds at
-Iae in fn a ftom L to W. f. o.. b. Jaclonvle.
f. KrTTELINI W Bay St., Unlsi Depot, Jackssoville, Fla
Hams, Lard, Shoulders, Cheese, Bacon, Sausage,
Canned Meats, Butter, THE BEST ON EARTH.
astern and Western Dry Salt Meats. Orders filled at lowest mar-
at pries. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. 6ee quotations--
Sr. CO., L .BAY T.,ACK LL FLA
WilMAN A CO., Ltd., E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
April 1 ....................
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Wanted and For Sale
AIvertflsmeets Will e larsert r e Ias e Isrfmr at tage *f nw mes* .
For oe week, eets a l.
For two weeks, 3Sbentna line.
For three week., S oent a liMe.
For four weeks, - 5 eesa Mae.
Nine words of ordinary lenrth make oe Hle.
Headin Counts a two lies.
No dspy exceptt the beadin ean be *aditted.
Remittaaces t aocompsy the order. No extra care for oopie of ppe
coataiaini adertisemett. Copy ut be in thin okce not later than Tlirsay
moraiag to secure its-rtia I r~rd~a19 paper.
Woodsman and stiller wanted. Maust be
well recommended, sober and industrious.
Address Producer, care Industrial Record,
.acksonville, Fla. t
Wanted--mall turpentine farm of 5 to
10 crop, with additional timber for IS
crops. A. O. Wright, Industrial Beeord
Turpentine Farm for Sale.
20,000 acres of round timber with 4
crops of virgin boxes; 8 crops of older
boxes; 10 mules and horses; I new still
with fixtures; houses sufficient for a first-
class plant; most of the land hill timber;
can be bought at a bargain. For price
and particulars, apply to A. A. Scott,
Lakeland, Fla. It
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 traet of
good timber adjacent that needs to be
bought. Healthy country. Freight rates
cheap. Best opening in the country for an
investment. Not necessary for party to
be an experienced operator. Address
"Timber," care Industrial Record, Jack-
sonville, Fl. 4t
Bay a Blakeslee Gasoline Pimpiang O
fit for your stilL No. 1 ouit pum s 6
gallons per hour at a coat of 3 emi sad
requires no attention while
Started in one minute. J. P. C=ie
By experienced man as woodsman or
distiller; married and can furnish best
references. Address A. J. T re In-
dustrial Record, Jacksonville, is. 4t
35,000 acres St. Johns and Vohmia; 13,-
000 acres, DeSoto County; 14,00 ares
DeSoto County; 30,000 acres, Caihoem
County; 20,000 acres Hillsboro County;
80,000 acres Manatee County. All romd
timber. D. T. Doughtry, Room 22 Bald-
win Bldg. 4t
Wanted-First-lass stiller, white man
with family. O(n furnish good home,
and will board with family. I waft a
man who is competent to take harie
during my absence. Address P. H. aker,
THE RECORD IS THE "OPERATORS' 1t-vTAlCE"
i -- ---- ---~- ----1-
THE WEEKLY xNDulrzIAL BEUOOSD. 11
AUTOMOBILES, PUMPING OU 1 HIS
-IN CaqGoI Aineand of SuWmP In the Sasdi.
Fred E, Gilbert
29 an 37 9, 41
Wst Forsy Street
&. P. Hlmes & Cmpazy's Weekly Cot-
New York, Sept. 30.-The movement of
attM this week aggregated something
M 6 m 0 bales, or not far from the
mrest Igre f any previous season. The
Nh. reord is generally reached during
th latter part of October or the middle of
N, J mber. sa t t eariness of the high
m has resulted in considerable con-
f iun in the trade. Some are inclined to
..age that the crop must be a large one
as judged from the marketing. Others
intend that the exhaustion last season
and resting activity among purchaser
for the first of new crop are responsible
for th free movement. To whatever
eme large receipts can be assigned, the
appearance of so much cotton brought
about the anticipated decline in prices.
A week ago, it was evident that factors
generally were against the cotton market
at 103-4 cents and above It took some
days for factors to make their impression
upon the market and it was not until the
early part of the week that the downward
movement attained any momentum. As
is usual under such circumstances, the
progress is likely to be farther than jus-
tiiable and the weakness now in evidence
cannot be safely regarded as an adequate
indication of the future movement of
prices any more than could the position of
the market at 10:90 for December and
January last week. Reports from the
South indicate that the deterioration this
month has been extensive and the Jour-
nal of Commerce figures this placed con-
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pe G.. . . .. tL S .0 .qA ia Ls.4e
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Asm 1 ..... 491 & .16 L. A5S 2.7S Lr
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IJ- L ..... LI LU L3 LIS LIS L21
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Reuly .... .U La I uL3 ue .7 Lat
AI ... .... 4. L lS u2 L .1 S 2.76 tr
r 1. ... . 41 0 LIP a LS 2.70 Ln
Awgust I . . SL 4W &46 L L.I L70 Ua
Apmlr I .. L U LS a .1 &W 1 sL 2 .3
da-*t 3 ... . L U 16 L S 116 In u6
'lesp6mber II .Ls 3,. 3W 3.4 &.4 2.&1 190
.-0"Mebr is Lis &Z LSD &a &5 Lap Los
SOstbrt. ... 4.46 4. 44 4.3 4U LIS L
Perm r a .. .. ..4.13 4.41 4. 4.5 4.9 Ls5 2.70
October .......4.6 &4. 4.3 4M. LIS &25
-neeber .. .. .. L LU 3 3.u 2.8 2.I
XNwleer 3 .. ...A ,1 S. LU 2 2. 17 L.
evember ... .. AM a LSD 3 2.63 2.6
December 3 .. .. u 3. 3. 2 5 2.5u u
memaeir .. .. LU us s 1 L 2. 2.4
aOS-.. ... L.U 3u Li u. Ls 2sA 2.3t
V &aear II ..0 I S s tLa L
y-14w M.. .4. U4 L. U3 .21 &S 2.-
io Ty 0 ..13-4J3 4.3 LI 3M U 2 .1 3S
fthi, 3.It 13 A 3 S LUU LW 31 2M 15
'F~iny 11 -.2.76 245 230S 2 2 s
February 18 ....2.46 2.I4 3.36 330 .3 26 2.70
Fabne IS ......760 3A S0 3.0 sM 3 6as L70
`id34-1 ..4....3 270 3.40 3.35 &W 3.35 .-70
Mil o&1964......M 32.706 3.35 3.70
W@"b 1.......1~t 4M U&W 35 &30 2M L~o
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Us US Us
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Lis L is
LI 1. U2
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La LO LU
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Ls 1.A 1.A
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LI LI U1L
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LU LM LU
LI LU 1.5
LU 1.3 173
LS13 LSD 16
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LI LI 1.I
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La La L3
2.3 2.10 2.S
L59 L elI
13 113s L2
LS L3S 16
L2.6 I5 LA
25 L15 2.31
2.5 2.16 2.
2-85 2.5 2.75
21 2.45 2.5
2.73 2.00 13M
X5 2.5 12
2.80 3.75 2.70
35O 2.45 2.40
to be considered high. Strenuous efforts
@ a U S COR a WSERr i ellr-
To United Keindo in allons:
Mouth I1 1I3--
Apri-.. .. .. ... UISB 1MM
-le1ember- 3.31 MABN
Otor .. ....... W.4M IU
November .. 01,38 1,23,7
December .. 1W,65A6 1,631,779
January. .. 3s210 373,0
February ... 116,4 38
March .. 3,0 ......
To Belgum and Neterlaads, In gallos:
Mantk M046 311 3M81-4U
April .. .... MUn IM oalued-
May .. ... a.m aim amhr
June.. .. .. .... - ,s W.20 urope
July- .. .. .. .. 1111,1 -6 MIr
8lptember.-... 214 51U3 OUK
October .. ... MM 2@ 121M.
November .. 133,6S 34,729 IS
December .. 100,372 5 68,6 67O,
January .... e16,s Um,1 174
February .. ,130 372444 31,51
March .. .. ...... 8,713 1,74
To Germany. in sllos:
Month m3114 11049 Im-48
Aprl ........... 114. u4.1 iu2,
May ... ... RUM am aIM
June...... .. MsMm EM.a 4I0m
August ...... 1Ms1M s114
A-stu .... e 0 m usar
letember.. .,.. a Za Tiaas
october .. .. .. 0mm s.M 1 amr
November .. 179,010 110,1 81,7
December -. -
January .... 123,M 54,6A 13,
February ... 0,185 1838 67,174
March ... .. s6 ...... a,34
To an other Iarope laIanUsm:
Month 1s3e1 21348 SK-4U
April .......... 8U X SW.IS
May- .. .. ..... M 44jmn
Janu.. ......... M11K I,- *M
Junl.. .. ..... -1 M 6m a
August -., .. .in
September... 4.. ,a3 .0s UAn
October .. .. .. am am n.m0
November.. 3,00 17,800 4A,7
December .. 47,3 0 8,601 23JM,
January ... IIm -
February .. 1,471 ...... 4
March .. .. 14,18 12,75 32663
Total Forein Exports, In gallons, eto-
la everything outside of the Unted
Month 111-M 10-4 1M-4
April ........ "14,I8 -mS 91.
May ........ i-s- L MS.U m IKa
Ju. .... .....1,lm,* 2,5m SMr,9a
July .. .. .. ..SJm I A i sUMr
August .. .. .. -1.7 M.11
Septenmer.. .. .144146 X,51455 UMJ
October .. .. ---.. t-am lm1. t .m
November .. 1,861,68 1,~3,183 165,574
December .. 1,93.9 1,74, 6 ,175
January ... T7002 M 3 A mJA
February 487,577 531,346 =6,o
March .... 2-6,4A 11,174 sges
wte 40bog 200 In burp bhAin daw
and it is to be baped thbatn9rte prim
will prevail in order to 1 t11i rs to
obtain an adequate upply of e
*ana It YOU MMtn I Sin
U-ma minasi anem. v W. Woo Wo
to by inoblary me W AeLl.4 O
tbOe; U you amn a P 34-
ten.Im 09 yeaw vannstu 3
To United KInIem br 3 4:
Month 34431 4 II&4
April .. ..- .. AM 1
June .... .. ... (Ia"
July. .... .. I= 1 Mu
August... .... 4m
September .... aMw g a
Noveember .. 71,1W
December .. 81.i s6 7U-
January... s5 M MU
February ... 2M 37, 8 13
March .. .. a6,0s Ua3 t
To eLgium and IotherlbmndIs, es
Moath 1846, I143 111-4
April........ N M M rta-
May .. .. .. .... u.. 3.mma 41hr
Juay ........ 0" aM 0am
OAu t t .. .. .. r .1 4S
November .. m1l a. 3 36l
Dmemer .. 37,07 S13, I
Jaeary .... e" 6 s1M2 uSn
February ... ,a6 35,3 18,1
March .... 10M 321 11,r4
To Germar, barred M mAb n
A y---- .. ..--am -m -
Ar .. .. .. .. 4Ms (M gkg
ane .. .. .. .. II I
July....... 1 ..11M m s
August .. .. .. a1s 34111
eptumb er.. . ML Am am
Oetbr .. .. .. ass s-sm
November .. 5 ,7 41 MU 2
Decmb .. 1546 3k171 4
January ... M- ,7 s~, 3
February ... 178,12 4165
March 4.... 3,e 6M11 41M
To an other mear. arems I aL:
Momth 3110- 311" 31641
Jare .. ..... 14M 111 lM
AJuem ....... rp- Ie mae
October ..- .- .. Um am
November .. 13,= MAU
December 21.5,8 16M 39IS
January ... 17,J1I 7,43 sM
February ... 3183 42,654
March .. .33. 7 51,8 n71,8
Total Experts cc Reel, barrels M pemns
lanitdtg Aia Africaaes a Amersea o.
as of the Uate states:
Month 3211- 3911 3|m
July .. .. .. .. 29M IIAI S UM
November " 183,1 231,56 100A
January P13..4. 17 1721 IWAI
arceh .. .. 171,4I 3Md 31s213s
Febuar 30,M M111111 27
THK RECORD CIRCULATLS ALL OVeR THE WOL.D.
The Exports of Turpentine and Rosla.
Course of the Savannah Naval Stores Markets.
asruIr b OF TURPENTINE
A. 1 Ar. Apr. M Aar. I Apr. M May May 8 May 5 May May a
3 ID 10 4 6 6 1 48-2 6K-2 4
S* A Jam- Ju J J 1 aly JUly July 17 July M July a Aug.
4 41 a C4 C 3-4 4 M M
AN M AM. Aug. 3eWt. 4 Spt.l n Sept U Iept I Ot Oct. Oct. 5
IfAg WA A 1 A S,-4 S ND a 7- 1-s a 1-I -4
Ast. n, OM.L No. 6, Nov. l3 No. Dec Dec. 10 Dec. 17, Dec. U, Jan. 14
n *14 a W a a 1-4 1-4 1-4 a 1-2
Jie. Ja~ s aby. 11, eb. 1, Feby. 25 MeL 2 M3h. 10 Medi 4
I* 6 4 a so W M8
edition fraction under 70. Under these cir-
cumstances, it is difficult to see bow
there is going to be over production this
year, in view of the practical exhaus-
tion of reserve supplies following four
short crops, and steadily increasing eon-
mnnption. A very well informed m1
owner expressed his opinion recently in
saying that a crop of 111-4 or 111-2 mil-
lion would all be needed above 9 1-2 cents.
We think conservative crop views would
place the yield somewhere between 10,-
0O0,000 and 11,000,000, with the majority
looking for a crop of from II,000,000 to
11,500,000 bales. Under these circum-
stances, there is not likely to be surplus
cotton for sale at unreasonably low prices
at this season of the year, since both via-
ible and invisible supplies at the begin-
ning of the season were probably the low-
est on record. As the frost question bas
to be decided, we cannot see that cotton
in New York at 101-4 or 10 cents is not
Sam'I P. Holmes&Co.
Ste"s Beat, Ctte,
Gralin Mr PrIv
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE*
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRAD
Direct private wires to all oxnbhms.
Local stocks and bomds a special.
SO Peboe 8a3 ud Isok
12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL EEOED.
JAM S A. M OLLOMit.
Psdbl*le Evmery PA dy.
-tbi tem ase an adm a
ts-mb Udusaei a" meabea oAmesM at
Fllr, as me d-das mdatb.
Ad6fyd he e2 mntive wm m l
the tL Psts rate J A- iatr len
ra AA dopted ie nnum l ema enti-
er 11 the a ra sa of the
Adiopte April 7th, 1 i9, as the ein al
gmof the Interstate Oe Growe rs A
seeian. t Adpd ept.y 11, 13w as the
N h f erbr people by i pe t al
r eiitn opted by the Georgia tawmill
Corr v ok ADVEZiRisnH
A edteding espy (0eh=nm or aew r d-
votien ) she"LM ah 'us TaeNay
isealg to ur ne asertioa h tdhe Jee atf
the smam wei
TI= 2ECOROS OFICE&
trh pmarhemi plant and the mash *-
Straet, Jiahenvi% Fla., is the very heart
of the Geat tnrperti-e sat yoellw 8-
The Atlata, Gig, elk is beatad he the
qbb Building,. Js.M Atlanta is
te center O the great Imaufaetering
tses oaf th ertn Sth.
Tke Svamna, Ga, EM i ih the Bear
of Trade builing. swam"nu is the bad-
S g ras naval stresim iwet i the weay
The Advantagc of thr e S oth
Were the farmer of the South country
to devote half as much time to the pro-
fleson as the tiller of the soi in the
Middle States, he would have to build
ribs to hold his money, whereas the
Northern farmer builds cribs to hold corn
that is fed out to live stock during seven
months of the year. Here on the Gulf
eAast live stock have pasturage for ten
slng months. One good stock paper ed-
ited along your lie would do more for
the South. if you could get the "cracker"
farmer to read it and follow its teachings
the a hlump of Government bounty as
large as that voted in the Panama Canal
Pur ease. Happily there is no polities in
the Gulf country--all the votes go one
way and therefore there should be more
time for work in the diversiled ways of
making a living, yet there is no intensive
farming and the towns are ahead of the
agricultural communities. Many o.0 plan-
tations have gone to waste in the inte-
rior, though there is a fringe of ew
settlements in nearly every county. The
cause for this neglect in agricultural pur-
suits is not from lack of fertility or due
to non-productiveness of the soil, but is
basd on the fact tt tha there is little oc-
easion for laying away supplies for the
Something is growing all the time.
Stock live in the open the year round,
whereas, if they were sheltered from the
ehlng reins of January and given feed
they would emrge from the so-called
winter of parched grass fat and sleek.
The range cattle are as fat as moles at
this time. They are practically starved
part of the winter, and in spring the
"cracker's" cattle will be only stacks of
bones. Lumber is about the cheapest
commodity in the country, and slight shel-
ter could be had at a nominal cost. Near-
ly every kind of feed can be grown and
turf oats and rye make the finest winter
pastures when grass has grown yellow.
Take this one illustration of how they
don't do things: I called on a native far-
mer, who seemed to live very comforta-
bly, and asked him as to the extent of
his operations, "How many acres have
you in cultivation?" I asked. It seemed
to me he puffed on his pine ten minutes
before he replied: "Wall, about thirty, I
guess." Then I asked him in detail and
found that he had ten acres of cotton
that yielded almost a bale to the acre; one
acre of cane that produced 300 gallons
of molasses, which he sold for 45 cents
a gallon; five acres of ill-tended corn that
produced about twenty-five bushels to
the acre; a few acres of oats that were
cut and fed in the sheaf, quite equal to
the best Indiana oats. He had a few
acres of upland rice that yielded equal to
any of the irrigated crops, but had made
no effort along that line. He had two
acres in Irish and sweet potatoes. The
Irish potatoes he sold for $1 a bushel,
and the sweet, averaging about 100 to 250
bushels to the acre, sold for 85 cents to
$1 a bushel. He will have a second crop
of Irish potatoes this fall. With a gar-
den crop, this was all he had. You see
how careless he was when he said he had
thirty acres in cultivation. The home-
stead had been in the family a generation
or two, and he had never burned out 25
per cent of the stumps. His house had
never been painted and he had lived in it
twenty-five years. "Really hain't never
got around to hit where I hed the time
to paint hit, but will some day," he said.
I spoke of the shallow plowing and the
lack of crop rotation and the need of prop-
er fertilization. I found that he fertilized
every year by putting the manufactured
fertilizer in the hill with the seed. After
I had quizzed him a while he turned and
said: "See here, if you lived here you'd
do jest like 1 do after a while; you'd
make money so easy you'd all set 'round
and smoke your pipe and swig a julip in
the shade, in place of working' so hard.
I make a sight more money than eny of
yur farmers up thar North on a 200-acre
farm. Over thar I have a lot piney woods
cattle and wild hogs; I have 500 to 1,000
sheep that bring me a profit of $500 to
$1,00 a year in wool and increase."
"Well, why don't you band up the sheep
at night and protect them from wild hogs
and dogs, and watch to see that the
eagles don't get among them at lambing
"Wall, now stranger, jest you figure' out
how eny of you fellers can make more
money than I do and as easy, and I will
try your new-fangled plans. I have a
daughter in the classical school at Pensa-
cola and a boy at Tulane Medical Univer-
sity at New Orleans. I kin draw my
cheek for $1,000 at the Mobile bank."
Then I went up in Baldwin County,
Alabama, ten or fifteen miles out from
this city and I found a German from
Racine, Wis., who had raised 450 bushels
of early potatoes, and the best I had ever
seen, from three acres of newly cleared
land. He said he had paid something like
$10 an acre for the land and spent sixty
days clearing this small tract. He had
planted $4 worth of his poorest potatoes
to the acre and used $15 worth of fertili-
zer. Of course he had made money, for
he sold his crop in this city at $1 to $1.30
a bushel. He was a poor man when he
came to the South a year ago. He had
been working for other settlers and there-
fore had not done much on his own ac-
count. He had crossed up the native big
frame sheep with breeds from the North
and now has a start for a fine flock of
sheep. "The sheep never have anything
the matter with them, and I will make a
lot of money out of my flock," he re-
marked. Then I learned what few people
know, that the raising of Angora goats
is getting to be a still better industry on
the Gulf Coast; that their hair is used
for fine wraps for ladies, for plush car
seats, and that the animals go to the
Chicago and Kansas City stock yards by
the thousands as goats and come to you
Northern people over the butcher's block
as mutton. These goats are the best things
the farmer can have to clear up the land.
This coast country provides a future
source of supply for the North in fruit
and garden truck. There are miles and
miles of peach orchards in South Alabama,
where there were only stumps of longleaf
pines a short time ago. But let me re-
mark that the work of improvement is
being done by men from the North, and
there is a world of work yet to be done-
There is some peril in the fact that many
of these lands are being bought by large
syndicates and prices are being advanced
rapidly. It should also be borne in mind
that there are many sections without any
clay subsoil, where nothing will ever be
produced, but it is my observation that
there is fortune, also health here for mil-
lions of people who will never have any-
thing of their own if they remain in the
As to native stock. The cattle are a
poor lot, descendants of an old Spanish
strain, showing a breed of over a hundred
years and further damaged by being cross-
ed with Jerseys, so that they are a non-
descript lot, from which the earth should
be relieved. Once in a while you will find
a man who has brought in thoroughbred
lerefords from below' the quaran-
tine line and made a success in crossing
the native cattle and doubled the size of
calves at weaning time. Herefords are
the favorites, because they are the best
rustlers, and never grow wild on the
lange. It is told as by authority that
several of the big packers have their
agents picking up the best grass lands in
the South for future grazing. The local
demands in all Southern cities are now
supplied witl dressed beef from Kansas
City. Most of the native hogs go to Cuba.
The Cubans want just that sort of a
hog. Some of these razorbacks would be
formidable foes if you were to meet them
in the woods; they can run like grey-
hounds and leap across fallen logs with-
Recently I drove across the southern tier
of counties in Alabama and was struck by
the sturdy corn. In no other sections had
there been such a change from cotton and
hell to corn and prosperity as in this
tier. The corn in many cases will average
50 to 60 bushels to the acre. The cotton
is fine but weedy, and in most cases in-
jured by the heavy rains of the late sum-
mer, and neglected from the great lack of
The negroes are leaving for the North
by thousands and there is a scarcity of
farm labor. The Government statistics
show that last year 80 per cent of the
crops were raised by white labor, anl
year the percentage will be egh*. Th
also is a scarcity of carpenter and bl-
ers, and the question is, why them
of working men North, thrown out by f*
recent strikes, do moi go Soth. Me-md
up alongside the average "eraier"f -
er, the latter the best nat I red
honest men I have ever mek, tLh '
man from the north wad e a paigf
of hustling vigor anmd Meniprly
The net coclsion that I weUd wr
is that the building of the Pa
starting a revolution in the a h
manufactures and in agrieltue md I
believe there will be more lameI M
to the Gulf coast next yea them at s
time in the history of the entry. Maj
certainly there is great eed of new bhe.
The South has great opportunitibt i
not taking advantage of them to the i-
est.-J. M. K. in Colema's ral WeA.
Bradstreet's has the following to my e
trade in the Southeast:
Charleston.-Wholesme merekti sft
lines report business as being goa. NO-
tail trade is picking up. The eolm en p
will be somewhat short, but not em
to materially affect the trade. Cb0m-o
Savannah.-The cotton market is s-
tive and steady. Exports are ineree
and receipts are as large as ezpei
Naval stores continue to Lmetlite, .d
largely to manipulation, but tbhe a-m
is not affected appreciably. Jobbing ad
retail trades are improving.
Augusta.-Cotton crop in this ae
is about 10 per cent above that of la
year. The corn rop is the beat
in years. Farmers are very icheehl -an
are generally in good condition, ad em-
tinue to gather cotton rapidly. A gea
increase is noted in fall trade. ()eh-
tions are quiet.
Atlanta.-Trade is steadily imprig
in all retail lines. Jobbing trade gpod ir
the season with improving ebiti-o.
Factories are having a fair trade
Jacksonville.--Cotton crop is below te
average. The yield of pieapples -
citrus fruits is promising. Extemive pp-
arations are being made for winr f -
dening. A greater inquiry prewa Ar
real estate than at any tiHm sine t 8
freeze of 1805. Tade continues pod
and collections are fair.
Birmingham.-Practically an chea hIa
occurred in the iron market, the bim be-
ing still $9.50.
Montgomery.--A continuous period go
favorable weather has enabled farmems t
gather their crops very rapidly, sad et-
ton is being marketed steadily -etwilf
standing the prospect of better Ie.
Jobbers in groceries and hardware spet
an exceedingly good volume of beseas,
while other lines also show imprw let
Retail trade shows decided impeinw i
and collections are fair.
Chattanooga.-The weather hat been
very favorable for farmers andt g al
conditions are good. Jobbers andt
facturers are having a good bu nes and
collections are entirely satisfactory.
Memphis.-Wholesale trade is ga.
Collections are fair, due to the eM e
season just opening. Improvement h eat-
ton crop throughout this seetin is d
to recent rains. Crops in general 'e
Little Rock.-The weather fer the pst
week has been quitq favorable "to r s,
which has opened rapidly. Trade I I
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ans i improving and collections are
-.,,iw &eias.-Oeneral binmess contin-
a- to prove. Jobers report good trade
gWot Wort.-Ctton is being rapidly
pabdwe, bt reports are hat farmers
me idinag for advaes. The crop in
this set om will show quite an increase
oer poI le years. Trde is improv-
ing and eslltiob a are picking up.
D* Ilm-enral crop conditions remain
nahml Md. Heavy local rains Thursday
'*Wrg somewhat damaged cotton and
retarded picking. Some few planters are
w psile holing for a advance in prices,
a generally the product is being mar-
eted as raily as possible. Jobbers re-
pert that eptembe compares very favor-
ay with the same month last year, both
as to sals and colletioas.
We--Cae. tto in this section is praeti-
'-s y epen an is beiag picked a rapidly
a the seareity of labor permits. The
weather has been favorable, with the ex-
es e of shows. However, receit
Save aot come up to expectations. This
1f attr ted in part to the scarcity of
labor and to the fact that some of the
fmmers ae holding for better prices.
Tade generally has been stimulated and
aeeeletons are satisfactory.
Mr. Caad-an Balds.
Mr. Waiter F. Coahman, vies-praident
S o the Coold ted Naval Stores Co, will
see have one of the prettiest homes in
Ja- rBe. The home is to be a large
fit Ar. struture, situated on a high
'h orelooking the river. Work on the
grso id is ow goiag oa
The house will be situated On Riverside
Avenue, between Post and Lomax Streets.
W. T. (Ctter ha the contract for pls d.'
a buha& d along the river front, and for
dredging to a depth of six feet the entire
Iat6M f the lkbhed.
SAbet the middle of this bulkhead there
wlI be an opening wide enough for
IamssLhe t enter, and there will be a neat
ttle hurber there to protect them from
the water. A roof will be placed over
SL . Hitehae is in ebarge of the
nd ng work, and a number of men ar
a taking sand and ,iling .i h,
is khep d anl the bewes. *Tb
*-k i p'greessig rapiy.
Savannah as a Cette Pert. .
Many records are being broken at the
Savannah port in connectaos with the
movement of this year's cotton crop, one
ot the most signifanit of which is the
lageiy increased number of big tramp
steamers to go there for cargoes of cot-
ton and their increased tonnage.
So far this season the tonnage repre-
sented by cotton-carrying ships whicn
nave put in at Savannah has been 8,
i54, which is greatly in excess of the same
season in former years. This tonnage is
represented by thirty-eight big tramps, ex-
elusive of sailing vessels of all kinds, and
also exclusive of the coastwise lines which
carry great quantities of cotton from this
port to New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and other points.
Cotton men generally are inclined to
the belief that the exporting points will
eventually be narrowed down to Savan-
nah, Galveston and New Orlesas, as there
is already a tendency amoag cotton men
to get together in each section, and this
may be the chief cease of the yearly in-
creasing business through Savannah, an
the eosequently increased demand for
cotton-carrying steamers at that port.
With the vast amount of cotton terri-
tory atributable to Savannah, it is be-
lieved that in years to come it will be the
leading exporting market of the world for
cotton. Galveston now leads the world,
with New Orleans second and Savannah
third. The concentration of the receipts
that now go through Atlantic ports
through Savannah would easily place it
ahead of either New Orleans or Galveston.
The ships that have made .he port of
Savannah so far this season, up to night
before last, are as follows:
John Barry, 2,008; Cty of Gloucester.
1,673; Aboukir, 2,147; Homeward, 1,291;
Carntorr, 2,273; osebank, 2,470; Ta-,
542; Castle Ventry, 1,915; Nordcap, 2,294;
Eb, 2,523; Hermine, 2,416; Louisiana,
2,921; Cecilia, 2,672; Hathor, 1,815; Pyd-
na, 1,855; British Trader, 2,171; Angus,
2,20; Lesirne, 2,346; Drumgarth, 2,353;
Iord Devonshire, 3,112; Glenwood, 1,253;
Zeeburg, 1,65; DImdosia, 2,165; Glen Arm
Head, 2,527; Alabama, 2,7; Lord CurMon
2338; Goodwin, 2,90; Winkfeld, 2,575;
Daventry, 1579; Cape Corrientes, 1,060;
Selma, 2,233; Albis, 1,432; Margherita, 2,-
077; Dalton Hall, 2,265; Hillgrove, 2,45;
(reatham, 1,531; Larne, 2,010, and St.
C. H. HARGRAVES CO..
Grain, Hay, Feed
Special attention to Turpeamtie nd Sawrmill Meas R.
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514-516-518-520-522-524-526 EAST BAY Wa iLt1
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Minimum Coastwis Price List far Ierchataable Rdles aga. Ad el t t fw4
Gergia, Julys, 04o.
Ietl Fe et F t Feet I Feet et It f L i t
SIZES 20&U 21-25 2S-30 31- 3- 40 1-40 46M 1-
1 xl0 to 2x10 ... .$12513.54-l4.$1tL 18.0g0& 0 U -
2x10l to 8x10.... 12.00 12.50 13.50 14.00 15.50 17.0 20.00 2. 2 SL O5P.
8%xl0 to 10xl0.... 12.50 1300 14.00 15.5 .5050 18.0 21.00 9. Wu YM
1 xl2 to 2x12.... 14.00 15.50 16.50 1800 21.0 214.00 2oo M 2
214xl2 to 10x12.... 1300 13.50 14.50 16.50 18.50 21.00 24.0 231.56 4 43.
104x12 to 12x12.... 13.50 14.00 15.50 17.50 19.50 2O.00 25ea 30 6 MU 460
1 x14 to 3x14.... 1.00 19.00 205 22.00 24.50 27.0 33.00 37.661 44M8 G87.
3%x14 to 12x14.... 14.50 16-0 1800 20.50 22.00 24.00 2800 3M3 4MO MO
12%x14 to 14x14.... 15.50 17.00 19.00 21.00 23.00 26.00 30.00 34JO 4. MO
1 xl6 to 416.... 20.50 22.00 24.50 27.50 31.00 34.00 38.0W M 42JM M
4%1l6 to 12xl6.... 19.00 20.00 2.00 25.50 29.00 31.00 35.60 3. 480
12%x16 to 16x16.... 19.50 200 23.00 26.50 30.00 33.00 37.0 41.A SM .M00
2 xl8 to 6x18.... 24.50 25.50 28.50 31.50 35.00 39..00 43.0W 46A T7L
6%x18 to 14x18.... 21.00 22.00 2600 29.00 33.00 37.00 41.00 45.6 5"7.6 =J
14%x18 to 18x18.... 23.00 24.00 27.00 30.00 34.00 3800 42.0 48M M 6 7
Terms: et Cash.
Prices are F. 0. 3. Car Savauh, Brunswaick, Fernandina m ad J naa .
At a meeting of the Georgia Interstate
Saw Mill Association, held at Jacksonville,
Fla., March 15, 1904, the following Classi-
flcation and Rules for Inspection of Yel-
low Pine were officially adopted, effective
July 1, 1904:
Clasfication and Inspection of Yenow
General Rules-All lumber must be
sound, well manufactured, full to size and
saw butted; free from unsound, loose and
hollow knots, worm and knot holes;
through shakes, or round shakes that
show on the surface; square edge, unless
otherwise specified. A through shake is
hereby defined to be through or connected
from side to side, or edge to edge, or side
to edge. In the measurement of dressed
lumber the width and thickness of the
lumber before dressing must be taken;
less than one inch thick shall be measured
as one inch.
Flooring shall embrace four and five
quarter inches in thickness by three to
six inches in width. For example: 1x3,
4, 5 and 6; 1%x3, 4, 5, and 6.
Boards shall embrace all thicknesses
under one and a half inches by seven
inchess and up wide, including one and a
half inches in thickness by seven in width.
For example: %, 1, 1% and 11/ inches
thick by 7 inches and up, wide.
Scantling shall embrace all sizes from
two to five inches in thickness and two to
six inches in width. For example: 2x2,
2x3, 2x4, 2x5, 2x6, 3x3, 3x4, 3x5, 3x6, 4x4,
4x5, 4x6, 5x5 and 5x6.
Plank shall embrace all sizes from one
and one-half to six inches in thickness.
not including six inches by seven inches
and up in width. For example: 1%, 2,
2%, 3, 3%1, 4, 4%, 5, 5%, 5%x7 inches
Sand up in width.
Dimension sizes shall embrace aMll s
6 inches ad up in thicknes by serv
inches and up in width, ins dia six by
six. For example: eA6, 7, 7x7, 7x8,
Stepping shall embrace oe to two a-
a half inches in thickness by seven ieabi
and up in width. For example: 1, Ifc
1I, 2 and 2%x adup, wi th
Rough dge er lMt.
Rough Edge or Fliteh o D e M
sizes one inch and up in thic I b
inches and up in width, swed oa
sides only. For example: 1, 1%, 2, 3,4
and up thick by eight inches ad up wi,
sawed on two sides only.
All lumber shall be soaud, sap a*-
jection. Wane may be allowed eome-ela g
of the width of the ie meassed asm
face of wane, ex'.eding eme-lbuth a
length on one corner or its _qrlal -41
two or more corer
All sises under nine im ad
heart entire length on oWne S M ;
sies nine inches and over sha ew
heart the entire length on two gi&ew
sides. Wane may be allowed V." 4
the width of the piece m uieas
face of wane, and extending Hntl ad
the length of the piece one emarm
its equivalent on two or more eseare
Scantling shall show heart on two fB
the entire length; other Msies a -
two-thirds heart entire length a txe
opposite sides. On not exeasedg I -r
cent. of the pieces, wane may be abt*d
one-eighth of the width of the piee nM-
ured across face of wane and tending
one-fourth of the length of the piece em
one corner or its equivalent on two ar
50,000 acres timber land in Western Florida. Tract will cut one hudred al
fifty million feet merchantable lumber. Has been turpentined and redy ferl -
mill. 285 per acre. Mill near the timber can be leased for term of y~ or
be prehased. One of the beat opoortniti in tte State.
C. BUCKMAN, Wefo t .o ;.-
IAIMr, AND PROGRNSSJYL
SOUTH ATLANTIC CAR & MFG. COMPANY
Brass and Gray Iron Castings. -
CAPACITY: TEN CARS PER DAY. I
Located n the beat of the Lmber District Jives us adv-
tate of Ihelas materi at lMtwst a9st.
Thi Spae Rmerred
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Approved by Dr. Herty. Made of a MANUFACTURSRS OF
strong but soft light metal. They are
.he rI hih.ill not inr BEST WHITE OAK SPIRIT BARRELS
Sae i MNail GOa Machine and Hand Factories,
79 Psa St. Ar rwk, N r. 8th Street R. R. Croesing
Also Headqlurter for Galvanized and
Tinned Nails, Boat Nail, Spie, Round JACKSONVILLE. FLORILDA
Iron Rods, Ete, Slating and Roofing
Nails, Slaters Tools, Copper Nails and m
Tacks. The West.Raley-RannIe Company.
Quitman Cooperage Co., 114 w. Forsyth Street, JacA ar lle, Fla.
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Acorg to sp om of ber Lands, Saw Mills etc., and can sel your property.
Board of Trade, Savannah. Write us and when in the city make our office yW
Ab- ..A headquarters.
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from $1.50 to $5.00 Any size, Any shape. Our Cat-
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Controllers Blan's Monogram and Syl the W. B. JOHNSON CO.,
van Rye-Agents for Jungs, Cinein-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application. Wholesale Grocers
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I me Half Years Bu.sine.
The ofial reports for the first seven
moatha of this year show a very large
deeream in the receipts of grain as com-
paed with the corresponding period of
st year. Statistical internal commerce
retm show at twelve primary grain
marlts 30,844,0 bushels of grain report-
ed ad arriving in July, against 42,655,464
bmhels in July, 1903, being a decrease
of 273 per cent. For seven months the
difereee was proportionately much less,
te higher prices of the closing months
of the crop yar having helped more near-
ly to habae the receipts of this year
with those of 1903. To July 31, 1904, re-
eeapt of grain aggregated 299,0,86
brels, and 326,001,85 bushels in 1903,
or a dleeae df 8.2 per emat
i etodek receipts at 5 interior mar-
kets during July show the effects of the
packing house strike in the reduction
from 2,620,046 head in July, 1903, to 1,-
554,451 head in July, 1904. Carload re-
ceipts at Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha,
St. Louis and St. Joseph fell off from
52,752 cars in July, 1903, to 30,741 cars in
1904. For seven months ending with
July, the total receipts of stock at 6 mar-
kets were 18zi0346 head compared with
17,742,707 head in 1903, and 17,32,114
head in 1902. Consumption of hogs alone
at 4 markets during the first six months
of the year averaged 1,048,250 head per
month compared with 460322 head in
July, being a decrease of 55.2 per cent.
Grain receipts at the Atlantic seaboard
during July were larger than those of
either May or June, amounting to 12,813,-
733 bushels. In July, 1903, the corres-
ponding total was 18,492,370 bushels.
Among these five ports of Portland, Bos-
ton, New York, Philadelphia and Balti-
more, Boston alone shows an increase in
receipts for July this year over those of
July, 1903. For seven months, however,
none of the ports show a record for this
year equal to that of the preceding year,
the totals being 94,02,00 bushels to July
31, 1904, and 151,513,374 bushels in 1908.
Last week we published in our "Em-
pire News" some special statistics con-
cerning the production of turpentine in
the East Indies. These figures are very
interesting, as they show what the Co-
lonial Office and the local government are
doing in one section of the Empire, and
suggest that the operatic mig be i.a
peated elsewhere. Very rreatly the q
tion was rained in our column 'W 'WS
turpentine from the West aie- If
such experiments am we desribd ar be-
ing made in one part of the kmpir, w
should any likely spot Itglf1 'It
is a subject of importance for the Geuer-
meet, as they dabOal we eom ny e r-
tunity of helping to repair the9
fortunes of or Wde Imlin em mi; ~t
is important alo for the isthaitm e
the islands, whe walB a-uie o -"
fit from the developiet of a mr M -
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edel lit sad write to the am ay-
r- g ha m TMhe Biod -faanes
Beaty Title ad Trt Co.
Ohat, Fred I, Jakaifle, f.
AthaM National Bank, Jahekmaoill, la.
Co-ammrl nBk,e Jamanvill, 1a.
Omuta Natiomn Beak, Ocda, Fbi.
SDkal Jai kaosvif s, la.
MaiUl Bunk dof Jadillu.
O11" AND CRATES.
co mmr r Oa, JaC mavill, Mlr.
PatmS Ge. ., Jr., Jacksonvi, k.
Soutera P A Bapply Co, The, Jackson-
wrtll Atuftepr & M fin O,
Waa ee a re.s '"
SRa to.,i J. A, Jacksonvill, F
Kal Furockott & Co, Ja&cdkBoilms k.
Baikgr &t Mortgmyy Now York City.
ITTri1 1If W, ro Yorat City.
Toler, Ht & Co, NeW York Cy.
ielty Title ad Tret Co.
CAR-- Co, The, Quitman, G.
Ooagb Co, The, Ja so, incon, v.
Sota M06Iutnrige Co, Jaelkonil e,
Kehir amet, C&a0. JaikrMville. n
Cmlp.hr, John 0., Jmaao k, 110.
I Idre Works f faviy O., An-
C O, Jaeksnevle, fi.
Scloaws Sm C0. J. S, Xao, GI.
San o., J. 8., Maeo1, a.
Xre aph Q a0
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Fedl A Supply Ca, The, JaMk-
P furniture Co Jacksonrille, Fla.
g flTm ruTS' .u1-(&
mmo.K J. A. Jacksdmoa a.
al wthin Co., Jacksonvill, a
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Coura~ied Orocery Co, Jaeobnile, Ia.
\ H lamo- 0&, Savannah, G.
lar&eVs Co., C. H, Jakmsonville, A
aa Co., W. B., Jadkonville, Jam.
~6M uant & West Co, Savannah, Ga.
4G.cery Cka, JakasovlFlae,
W1Walto n C&., Jjacsonvile via.
WHiaN Co, J. P., Stvannah, GM.
Bas4 Bouran Co, The, Jacksmoille, A.
Marie Hardware C0., Oala, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Weed Co, J. D., Sav Ga.
MeMuway & Baker, Jakwonvill, Fla.
Thomas, W. R., GainesiLe, FIa.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jaksoille, Fl.
eafroe Co., H A, Jack ville, a.
Standard nothingg Oo, Jackldoie, Fl
Araoa, The, Jatcksovill, Fl.
Hotel Bartholdi, New York City.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C., An-
MerriA-Stevnc a JacksaonviDe, Fa.
Murphy, T, Jacksonville, Fla.
8ehoeld's Sons Co., J. S, Maeon, Ga
Greenleaf Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hes & Slager, Jacksonvie, Fla.
Bettelini, F., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Cha., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hanne Bros., Jacksonville, Fla.
Spencer Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Southern Manufactering Co., Jacksonville,
Realty Title and Trust Co.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply' o, Au-
Murphy, T, Jacksonville, Fla.
Sehaoed s Sons Co., J. S, Maeon, G-a
MATERIALS FOR juRPE PllUs PRO-
Schofeld's Sons Co, J. 8, Macon, Ga.
Kingan & Co., Ld, Jacksonville, Fla.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga.
MeMillan Bros, Savaannh, Ga.
Briggs Hardware Co, W. H., Valdota, Ga.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville Fla.
Marion Hardware Co, Ocala, F
Sehofeld's Sons Co, J. ., Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fl.
MULES AXD HORSES.
Thomas, W. R, Gainesville, Fla.
Salem Naa m., New York City.
Barnes-Jeaup Co., The, Jacksornille, Fi
Consolidated Navil Storea Co., Jackson-
Ellis-Young Co., The, Savannah, Ga.
Independent Naval Store ad E ot ,
Peacock, Hunt & West Co, Savannah, Ga.
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Union Naval stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
BMainLA.Co., EL B..J onville, Fla.
Bond & Bours Co., Jaconville, .
Grimfing Bro. Co., The, Jackonille, Fla.
-Briggs Hardware Co, W. H., Valdosta, Ga.
Campbell, J. R, Ocal, Fa.
Christopher, John G., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fl.
Marion Hardware Co, Ocala, PFl.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville, Fla.
Gilbert, Fred E., Jacksonville, Fla.
Merrill-Steven Co., Jacksonville, Fl.
Schoield'. Sons Co, J. S., Macon, Ga.
White-Blakeses Mfg. Co., Birmingham,
National Tank & Export Co, Savannah,
Beekwith, Henderson & Warren, Tampa,
Bohston, rFedig Co., Jaconville, Fla.
Buckman, C, Jacksonville, Fla.
Fraier, W. W., Jacksonville, F.
4LtvbA* &t1n 1 J. ., 00m, 6rB.
Southern States Land ad Timber C.,
Wees-Raley-Ranmie Co, The, Jacksonville,
Cummer Lumber Co., Jackonrville, lI.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonvile, la.
Covington Co., The, Jacksnvlle, Fin .
Clyde Steamship Co., The, New York City.
Holmes & Co., Samuel P, Jacksonville ,Fla.
Benfroe Co, H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cypress Tank Co., Mobile, Al.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Schofled's Sons Co, J. S, Macon, Ga.
TITLES AND TAX ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title and Trust Co.
Christopher, John G, Jacksonville, Fla.
Council Tool Co., The, Wananish, N. C.
Chattanooga Pottery Co, Jacksonvile, Yln.
MORTGAGES. F Rm
WILLIAM W. FRAZIER,
Real Estate Broker.
III W. FORSYTH STREET, JAIKSllOl. U
H A Renfroe Co
H. A. Renfroe Co.
Suitb to Order at ReadyMade Prices Mal Orders Give Per d
439 W. Bay Street
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etUerille, N. C.
Pine Belt Cmoato Cao, Th
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Baker M. ABr. ik, Ga. 6
MeMillan Bro., araash, Q
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Davis & Soan. 0. Palia, mk.'-
MeMurray k Baker, Jackadmol, lha.
Thomas, W. F, G ainsville, Fa.
Greenleaf & Crosby C., J aedm i. 1hi W
Hess & Slager, JackMuaml, a. I
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East Coast Lumber O., WatrA ,
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Si olal Notice.
Spirits and Rosin are on a Boom, and so Are
iCelebrated Stills and Fixtures.
Siery operator that has used one made by us realize a saving from a gallon to a gallon
and a hlf of spirits to a barrel of gum, to say nothing of the improved grade in rosin madf
by using our large, rapid condensing worm and smooth boiling kettle, which heat uniformly
mn-q..acate the steam in a manner that no spirits are allowed to dry up before reaching the
roadenser. 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
&o- by negligence and delays. Repair work through the country a specialty.
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: (For the Regular Retail and Commiury Trades.)
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. Cremery, 00 lb. tubs.. 21
A. C. Cremry, 90 .. 22
10 . 25
A O. Cremery,0, 1 lb. prints
Fancy Fll Cream.......... 11
0-lb tin.... 64
S 0-lb tub....
60-lb tin. ........... 84
translated Sugar, bhle..... 6 85
eeption Blend Moch and
Java, 801-lb ecns to case,
per b.................. 22
simon Pare, 80 1-lb cans to
ease, per lb............. 22
"eeWCoffee good. ......... 12
Geen Coffee, medium ...... 9
QOer coffee, common...... 8t
Arbackles Rosted Coffee, 1
lb packages.......market price
Lion Brand Coffee, 1 Ilb pack-
Boosted, 1001b. drum....... 17
Ground coffee, 10-lb. pail.. 15
Extra fine quality.
Caddy Green Tea, 10 lb..... 40
Gnpowder, 10 lb.... 27
nglsh B'fast, 10 lb.. 27
ormoa, 10 lb....... 27
Pagoda Tea, 6 and 10c sise
10 lbs to cae, per pound-.. 40
Ga and Fla, in cypress
barrels, per gallon.....
Car Lot Lot
W clip'd,1251b,2 10 2 12
S 1001b,1 75 1 77
White 1251b, 200 202
White 100b. 1 60 1 62
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 65
fancy..... 1 65
Va. Seed Rye, per bushel..
Highest Grade Patent in bbls
per bbl............... 5 60
Highest Grade Patent, 96,
12 or 24 lb sack.........5 60
Highest Grade Patent, in
12-lb sacks............ 5 65
Pillsbury's Best ..... 6 25
S Pillsbury's Best bbl ....
Flour, Gold Medal ......... 5 15
S 6bbl .... ..
Flour, Boss,.............. 600
Meal, per barrel............. 350
92-lb sacks .......... 1 50
Grits, per barrel........... 8 60
92-lbsacks....... 1 60
Good............... ..... 4
Choice ................... 51
Fancy Head............... 6
Salt Tomatoes, 8s, Chief.........
Tomatoes, 2s ........
00-b sack................ 100 Clayton, 3e...............
10O4b eaek............... 50 Clayton, 2 ...............
lee Cream, 20O-lb aeks..... 1 00 Sifted Peas, 2s ...........1
S 100-lb sacks..... .50 Rose L. J. Peas ...........
Pocket Saltin bbls., 8-b.... 265 Okra, Tomatoes, 2s ........1
"* 2-lb.... 275 LimaBeans,2s ...........1
String Beans, 3s..........
Pei)ppr String Beans, 2s ....... ..
Baked Beans, 8s ...........
Whole Ground Pepper, Baked Beans, ls...........
10-lb tin .... ........ 17 Corn, fancy, 2s............ 1
Ground 1-8 tin, 8 dos to box Born Tomatoes, 2s.........
sifter top, per dos...... 45 Beauty Beets. 3...........
Ground 1-16 glass pepper Sauer Kraut, 3s ...........
boxes, per dos......40 and 80 Saner Kraut, keg..........
Pumpkin, 3s ..............
1 Sk Lew me car iots 100 bale i
ar Lot Lot Sk lots qa
W.Corn,llOlb, 1 88
1001b, 1 24
Md corn,1101b,l 81
-. " OIb,1 21
1 48 Choice....19 50
1 29 No.1 Tim. 18 00
188 No. 2 17 00
116 No.1 Cl'ler 17 00
Pineapples, sliced, 2s, 2 doz
to case, per do ........ 1 10
Pineapples, fancy 2s, 2 dos
to case, per doz........ 1 40
Cherries, 2s, 2 doz. to cae
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 doz................ 1.45
Peaches, 8s, two dos to case
per doz................ 1 90
Peaches, pie, 2s, two doz to
case, per doz........... 1 46
Blackberries, 2s two dos to
ease, per do. .......... 1 00
Damson, 2s, two doz to case.
per doz...... ...... ..
Brandy Cherries 2s per cae8 85
Mixed 80-lb pails, per lb... 61
Gum drops, 0-lb pails, per
Freich cream, 80-lb pails,
per lb................. 8
Sticks wrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per Ib........ 8
Sticks unwrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per lb........ 6)
Evaporated Peaches Extra,
254bbox, perlb....... 9
Choice Evaporated Peaches.
25-lb box, per lb....... 84
Fancy Apricots 25 Ib boxes. 18
Ex. Choice " "
Ev. Apples, 50-lb. boxes..... 25
Ev. Apples, 25-lb. boxes.....2 25
Ev. Apples, 48 1-lb. package 80
Ev. Apples, 24 252
Currants, cleaned, 86-lb. eas 60
Prunes, Calf cleaned S5-lb
b<.x, 40-50............. 6..
Prumes, Calf cleaned 25-lb
box. 60-60............ 7..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 25-lb
box, 60-70............. -8..
L. L. Raisins, 8 crown..... 1 75
L. L. 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, ....
Seed Peanuts, ....
Mixed, 25-lb boxes.......... 11
Almonds............ ..... 18
Brazils ...... ............. 12
Peacans.... .............. 12
Filberts ................. 12
al0 nuts .................. 14
Cotton Seed Meal
Car 100 Lec mi
lota Sk. Lot SLk LI
Cottonseed Meal 27 00 27 50 28 00
Hulls 1200 12 50 1800
Atlantic, per grow.......
Cedar Pail@, 2 hoop...... 2
Nest Measures, 5 pieces... .
Twine, boxes, per dos.... 1
Sieves, per dos. No. 18... .1
Bucket,2 hoop pails,per doe 1
Scrubbing Brushes, per dos r.
Ax Handles .
Two dos crates per do.. .. 1 20
9- Crown Combination.. ..- 20
178 Blue Jay.............8 00
176 Diamond Glass .........8 35
O. W. D., 17 inch, per dea 1 06
Clothes pin, five gross to bx 7
Oysters, 2 dos to case, pr
Sardine, American, 100 to
case, per cae ....... 8 00
Sardines, cae lots...... 8 6
Salmon ls, Tale 4 dos to cam
per dos Alaska...... 90
Salmon, Is, 4 dos tocaa,
per doz Col. River ... 2 5
Salmon, 4 dz to case, per dos
Beardley's Shredded Cod Fih 90
two doz in tins......: 1 80
Canned, Hominy, 8lb.... 96
New Cape Shore Mackelr
20-b pails............. 50
Sea Sides, 1&2-lb brick, 40
Ibs to box......... ... 40
Grand Bank Codfish, per lb. 8
Reliable" Hams, 8-10 age ....- 1434
"Reliable" Ham 10-12 avg .... 141-2
"RBeHie" Has, 12-14 agv .... 41-4
"BaMlble" Shoulde 7- avg .. US-
"Reliable" Califorma Ham, &-S. l1-t
Breakfast Bacon, light ar........ 151-
D. 8 Beies, 16-18 a. ......... 934
D. Belies, 20-22 av. ........... 1.
D. Bellies, 2-30 av. ........., 1.4
D. Plates .................... 7
Bacon Plates ...................
D. 8. Butt .................. "-
Balog a a uag ............... T
sf in an D...............T
Batter al Qhes.
"Strawberry" Creamery, O-lb tib
eiiable" ful ea's eb
-Reliabe" full ream eimes .;.
"Indiana" Pun Laf ..........-m...A
"OaIr I pod ...... I.
"RelabM Oned BDs, Is ...... .U
(orod Bed, ......
a Roast Bed, Is ........ L2
Roast Be, ........ 2M
Potted Harl sa Toqu
1-4 .. ...................... .
Shood Bef, l-s .,-.. 12
Vinso BM%%, I lfta
Toi ............... L-
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Tuday, Sept. 13, at 3:00 pm ..OOMANCHE ....Sunday, Sept. 18, at 11:00 am
Thursday, Sept. 15, at 3:00 pm .... ARAPAHOE ..Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 1:00 pm
*xNEW YORK ..Thursday, Sept. 22, at 4:00 am
Smday, Sept. 18, at 3:00 pm ..IROQUOIS ....Friday, Sept. 23, at 4:00 am
Tmday, Sept. U2, at 3:00 pm .AIGON UIN .... Sunday, Sept. 25, at 5:00 am
Wedmesay, Sept. 21, at 3:00 pm .APACHE .... Monday, Sept. 26, at 5:30 am
ri day, Sept. 23, at 3:00 pm .... COMANCHE ... .Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 6:30 am
xHURON ......Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:00 am
turday, Sept. 24, at 3:00 pm .xx'MOHICAN .... Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:00 am
Momiday, Sept. at 3:00 pm .ARAPAHOE ......Saturday, Oct. 1, at 8:30 am
Wedmeday, Sept' 28, at 3:00 pm ..IROQUOIS ......Monday, Oct. 3, at 10:30 am
FlMay, Sept 30, at 3:00 pm ..AJIONQUIN ....Thursday, Oct. 6, at 1:00 pm
SxNEW YORK ...Thursday, Oct. 6, at 1:00 pm
itmday, Oet 1, at 3:00 pm ... APACHE .... Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 12:30 pm
S-BU ton rvia Brunwick and Charleston. xFreight only. --Boston via
S WE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
ossee usuvlee etweem a emsmvlle, Boeton and Provtdemoe ad anl a Mne-.
: P tmI, Onllas at Charleeto Both Ways.
rb -L. ................... ..............ron Lew Whart. Botom
'. .................. .. .... .....rom foot of Catherine Btreet. Jackamrilbo
CLYD ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Between Jskmmarvil nad s orfeC.
Sl epp at Pblatk Aster, St. ralels. Berford (De Land) and intermediate
odifip enm M. 3Johs urhr.
STEAMiER "'CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"
a -Isei to *all aa foelm s: L~Mae JaaksonvUle, Sundayf Tuedays and Thurs-
us .1 -. Retinma-r. leave atnford. Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays *1 a. m.
Et l .i...................... Jamodri................. .....Arrive :. a. m
I. Lae U .......... .........PASeti' ...... . Leave .40 p. m.
-nSe ll a ..... ...... ........... tor................ ....... Leave 2:0 p. m.
- N L 4ae 6 a. .... .. .............t. tFancms.............. ......... Lve 10 p. m.
S .................I ..... ......Beratord (Deland)...................... Leave B1. noon
AntWr Ss a. .|... ................Ba.. r....................... ILvea a1 a. m.
SA. 10:0 a. m4.................. terprise ...................L. L 10:00 a. m.
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
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*urpentine and romin.)
Hay, Grain and Heavy Harnemss
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