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Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1904
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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EIqPr t the w e-m O pa M
Upir saond aienltural system music
be basd te true pesperity of a eountr3
m the uIte States. Thi Is no long
a qpe.Ms point. Commeresl achieve-
masb adt ei a i manufactures, in a
emetry of sie physical ft forn-*ion,
s a peop ad polity as our own,
e isn f ow, near precede, agricl-
id~ I
That ti ft lamrl priiple h
bh app rhmido b y the ation at large
and Our idtril poley In the past
ah a e srid oy, mut largely count
r Our prse. proud ditihat as a as-
tt- thet sel in the werM markets far
me thea it bys, a mtioa with a mag-
Mnmat halma always the right side,
Sbkh ia the export "it.
Yet me eompiemou', ve grievous, Saw
hi -r agUrltmurl sound not merely
h-d, hit for m-a time pat hlu grow
m- ai vatea fom year to year. Your
trm m iA be he producer or only
is ready with his immediate
ami r. And that law is ou mon-produe-
uti or ser, or rather a production so
m as to be enlled nmo-productionL
II the wer a reason why we should
aie poeIe mar at a meat proat, then,
ae- ey, shoul we let t It aloe, as we
a da*; lfr we hav proved indisputa-
Wy tat we ea ruke other commodities
pntahly. Or if we bd to take any of
the la Mow giver to grin, cotton, or
tr magn eroma, we might well he-
atn end draw back. But it has been
t0nw*ly m- ted in the pEtA that
am war -a be produced at a hand-
.m prdt .i A rei i great natural
a* ew he wh ra hsarlde the rich lands
of 80h Gorgia, a portion of the
mat rs d Soth Carolina, an of
hei-, mash of Alabama, Midasippi and
Tm%, m.- neary an of Louisina. If
yo tW k that the extemia planting of
janse bhere would take the felds from
sette or any other rmmerative erops,
yen har euly to remember that more than
erty per ene. of this are i now classed
as w e lhadi, and a very large propor-
tinm af he territory is adapted to no
mey paying eropr except sugareaae.
It is rally known that Americans
are the largest omnumers of sugar in the
world We Me the prodigious total of 3,-
W80 tes d this commoditly per an-
e, an average of about 70 pounds to
sery ma, woman and hild in our land,
as against surope's 27 pounds pro rata.
Nt a bad showing tis, if only we made
aB the sugar ourmelve, as we could and
aboau do. Bt we produce from beets,
with aB our boatee and encouragements,
but 1l, tpns of agaer a year, ad
from esamema in In ois a at best only
Mi teas; nothing anywhere else to
pe-k ef amst our ew colonial poe-
mnlem We ase l t.thm to pay the


enormous tribute of $140,MO,000 per an-
num to foreign countries for the staple
which with a reasonable amount of en-
terprise amd initiative, could be grown
here, to the enrichmet of a great and
necessitous agricultural section.
Another point o( importance is, that
moat of the sugar consumed by us is
still came sugar. The total came sugar
consumed in the world last year was 4,-
423,061 tons, and of this entire output
the, United State managed to use very
nearly two-thirds. iWth such facts before
us, it is a truism to add that Amer
needs sugar as she needs cotton or wheat;
needs to grow it, as she needs it for con-
sumption. Certainly ft is among the cry.
ing needs of the agricultural South.
From the full realization of this mis-
use, om rather neglect, of the producing


ida. The rast conventio- In Mada, Geor-
gia, in May, 1903, eame about so simply
and quietly that it seemed, we may say,
rather the result of natural fwes than
anything els. The cal for te gathering
was addressed: "To those interested in
the manufacture of sugarese in the states
of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ala-
bama, Miasissippi, Lasnimna, Tema and
Arkansas."
The circular briefy reepitulated the
history of the industry in our country,
setting forth uch facts as the planting
of the srst came ever grown i tie United
States, which was near New 8myrn, Fla.,
on the Halifax River, in 17I0, next in
Georgia in 1808, and finally the carrying
of seed cane from this Georgia stock to
Louisiana in 1885. Reference was also
made to the great amount of sugar man-


This Christmas Number


Of the Indstrial Recprd contain a large number of
advertisement n d enterkivig and reliablefirms wh
solict the trade of Record replies, A.aong thesb adve
tigers are leaders in abnost every line of trade, wbiae-
sale and retasL The Record aageent poin with
great degree of pride to the advertising coa- mad
urges a careful survey of them before placing orders
if the reader will kindly -e in desing wieh ad-
vertiser that the advertisment was seen in ithe Indus-
trial Record, it will certainly be pprecated by us--and
may be mutually beneficial.
Here's a merry Christmm and happy New Year to
one and alL

**~* 5311111 SI** US ItS 11115 I* MEN


power of our land, has recently come a
agricultural movement, which though qui-
etly initiated, and little noted in a general
way outside of the section moat immedi-
ately concerned, is yet destined, in all
probability, to work the needed revolution.
A movement for the great sugarane in-
dustry, this has been felicitously denom-
inated by Harvie Jordan, of Georgia, pres-
ident of the National Congress of Farmers;
while the impelling sentiment back of the
movement seems to be Ameriean sugar for
Americans, and the outgoing millions of
gold turned back into our own pockets.
It has been little more than a year
since the organization of the Inter-State
Sugarcane Growers' Assoeiation, and this
important body has recently held its see-
ad samal meeting in Jacksonville, Ir-


ufactured at a handsome proet in the
South during the active period between
1830 and 1800, and likewise the large
quantity supplied by Florida alone dur-
ing the civil war. Substantial facts were
quoted in support of all this.
"After jhe lapse of near half a aen-
tury," the paper proceeded, "a revival has
taken place in this nearly forgotten crop,
as a commercial industry, and it is to
take advantage of this revival that the
undersigned have thought it an opportune
time for the entire cane belt of the United
States and those interested in it, to as-
semble and consider plans and methso
for placing the cane industry again spon
a commercial basis."
Attention was especially invited to the
fact that enormous areas of lad pe-


eminently adopted to the aiMmilme o -
sugarane were being rapMly delad a
their timber by the lh her ma, poH f
hard npa t" tr-as f t iha,- h -.
of naval t4oe. T""h T its i-Blf Mus
at present waste areas i gpet ~ W
the forcible argument e- Itt -,
proper utilnatioa of th- priam a v
important pM lar s -
mists and s-t-em, I tthdr Im if
the taxable ra ar o9 t.t.a,---IM
and ities, and bsems ll hei belJm
upon the Igemwa pI lgg gIYOi
the entire astion Ami -I : ( Of
station "
In such wiae the hrwitas" lk :b
signed by many name- 1pr .e t
only in agriemitmrl sime but ahm i
genr industry d j n -
the South, and, beteen the timem
port nt and Uhe mmr a pa |o -

thUromh to i a B a

presentation in I r*ve Nopi ;h ai '
twas addradM gt t .lo y, a
na with at ti.oii W sagaa wB Work

-aswyof 0agrif-a aMDr. v.&W Vw.
hen.. as , V S

chie- of the buean h 10y-, V. L
Department of Agrimdtis Dr. V. C.
Stabbhaj drietm of6dX6HjBHBHBil
meant Station; Hanria TJr" Prulkin d o
the NUatiei OCsaar of ri 1a,
also by several tate Cmuhm.m d-
Agricuiture, and Ballbr rVntniWljds-
era of eane and others wbe bad ea im-
telligent ast*y to hia mttr.

The meeting was a purely pr stcl on
and the immediate rs d was te mil-
sation of the Iater-State girsms Ow-
era' Association, wh the dasdla
pose of promoting ma- gmr nI th
suar industry, as *0 w er-mB.sg ih
the south, ad ofp-ft ese aM a
stable commercial basis.. 0. Pt a, m
Savannah, Georgia, was elsetb Sb pna-
idant of the boldy s a wr+W ad tha
the same genti was, a the ai mat-
ing in Jacksonvifl, elsted by assume
vote to ueeed immlf in this nmam
offiee. Nothing comud be -e antt a
Mr. Purse is a a oft large aUWy and
recognized power, a aos' asimM at-
tainment sand thought, and yot a prei-
cal planter as well. Abe all he wa t
prime agitator of ts h iream -m .
meant, having advoed ad mra ged
yeirs, the revivalf. gri t It.
Altogether, the goat agraem 6iAl
try in the oo bib tio he
show a vast aE *e pansit n
within the net few year, and e-Mei
who have been depi the i t ad L
defect in our great agriltal aqW
may soosan d eama to eja this --
sign of mmus amp pigms s AM ,
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D.WECTO"S a C. B. Ragar, W. A. Gallamer, 3. A. Champlain, H. A. Wlakhens am J. A. Cranford, of Jasbaadpe;


SB. F. Ballrd, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Penacola.


CONSOLIDATED

PAID UP CAP


GROCERY


Co


ITAL $5oo,ooo.


i ft Offtie aad Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa, Peasacola, fla.,
and Savannah, Ga.

The Consolidated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Compaay
at Jaebosmvill; the grocery branch of Florida Naval Stores and Commission Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the
Matual Naval Stores Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Tampa; the grocery branch
a( the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Penacola; the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Penaeola; the
g ery bra th of the Southern Naval Stor Comp of Savannah..



Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain, Pro-
visions, Domestic and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc.

ikipmats 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.
Wi


The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the


Consolidated


Grocery


Company


CWAM ft 0111116 ThmStrry duIldIAg, 70Z200? owe twe-stery helidlag. 50z390; Oe eANC-tery hudlidlag, &OzO,
MiUg 9th larcet Opace of my Comoey of the klin In the Sonth.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


CO.,


I Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tampa, Fla., Peneacola.. Fl1., and S&avnnah. Ga.

m ~amo WILL W WOrTH DOLLAR TO YOU XvMTr WLsK.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RUO1D. 3


H. OBUamON.Prfe. H. GAI.AA, d.shler
W. B. OWRN. Viee-Pre.
Commercial Bank,
State Depository.
BlumaCB; 0(l. lU Lake 01u, mI
JkMiLmvlle, -- friday


TE CANNON COMPANY

CAPITAL PAID
IN 610.600.00


BARRELS
ALL KINDS.
I Ow Spirit Brrs hold and wil p.s the se
eret American and European Ispection.

Plamn at MEIGS, CAIRO, QUrTMAN GA.,
and MONIhELLO, PFLA.
Address odes to home office,
QUITMAN, GA.


UM IN IN iW A.
BUILDERS AND DEALERS IN


THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONILL
JACKSONVILLE. PLA.
CAPITAL $300,000 SURPLUS and UNMVWD PRORTS L00M00
we issue Time Certfate of Depoit, which draw intee r ata nr fas" 'eOf-r s er
am, f held ninety dysor lomr.TaL e wertaI anet a rl w sa w ni,
sometUal ljr yore. Partular aention paid to Out-of-Town aE HuiI


JACKSONVILLE RIVEZ FRONT.
Active Day are Thse in Loal hippimg
circ
These are active days along the Jack-
sonville river front and the first twenty
days of December promise to be record
breakers in shipping.
The schooner Jennie Righter arrived in
port yesterday morning with a cargo of
coal for the Jacksonville Electric Com-
pany, which she is now discharging at
their docks.
The schooner Lina C. Kaminski arrived
in port yesterday morning with a cargo
of salt and cement. When this cargo is
discharged she will be towed to Palatka,
where she will take on a cargo of cypress
lumber for New York.
The schooner John W. Dana is lying in
the stream finishing a cargo of cypress
lumber for New York. She will be ready
for sea in a few days.
The schooner Hattie Dunn, Captain
Thorndyke, has been chartered to come
to Jacksonville for a cargo of cypress
lumber. She will sail from Philadelphia.
The schooner Julia A. Trubee, Captain
Bayless, an old trader at this port, sailed
from New York on December 6 for Jack-
sonville, where she will load lumber for
a return trip.
The schooner Alice B. Phillips, Captain
Lundt, is now en route to Jacksonville
from New York. She will take on a cargo
of cypress lumber at Palatka for Bridge-
port, Conn.
The schooner Lilian Blauvelt, Captain
Goodwin, is lying at McGuire's mill, load-
ing lumber for foreign ports.
The schooner John R. Penrose is lying
at the Talleyrand docks, taking on a
cargo of lumber.
The schooner Zacheus Sherman, Captain
Cook, is lying at the Atlantic Coast For-
warding Company's dock taking on a car-
go of crossties for New York.
The British schooner Annie M. Parker
is lying at the same dock taking on a
cargo of lumber for Cuban ports.
The barkentine Boylston is also lying
at the same dock taking on a cargo of
lumber for coastwise ports.
The schooner Estelle is discharging a
cargo of gravel at the Southern Tile &
Artificial Stone Company's dock, between
-Main and Ocean streets. When this cargo
is discharged she will be loaded with lum-
ber by Baxter & Co.
The schooner Oliver S. Barrett is moor-
ed at the Seaboard Air Line Railway
docks loading lumber for C. S..Hirsch &
Co.
The brig John McDermott is also load-
ing lumber at the Seaboard Air Line
docks.
The French steamship Langwy is dis-
charging a cargo of kainit, etc., at the
Atlantic Coast Line Railway docks.
The schooner Flank Huckins is taking
on a cargo of lumber at Mason's dock for
Robert R. Sizer & Co.
The schooner Edward G. Hight is lying
at the Jacksonville Electric Company's
dock discharging a cargo of coal.
The schooner George E. Dudley is lying
in the stream. She will be towed up to
Palatka in a few days to take on a cargo
of cypress lumber.
The schooner John W. Hall is at Palat-
ka loading a cargo of cypress lumber.
Quite a number of schooner,. barken-
tines, brigs, barks and steamers are now
en route to Jacksonville from various
ports, and the prospects are very bright
for a heavy shipment of lumber from this
port during the present month.


EMERY A::=E.

it. I'. ve"rises


Southern Manufacturing Co.,
Cermwr f West Say Mrais 6.
Jacksenvllle, Florida.


Wholesale Drugs I Commissary Suppli
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to quote prie -
anything in the drug line. We make packed drugs a speelalty es a Save yoM
money. Mail orders are given prompt attention.



THE ARAGON
JACKIOMVIIU. rLA.
NOW OPEN
Under new vn afgan- it. Thoreglbly
renovated and repaired throughout, in-
eluding new eleetrie elevator and our
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 Shipmeeats a Specaty.
WATERTOWN, FLORIDA.


W. T. RILEYi
President.


J. A. 4. CARSON,
VIce-Presidest.


GEO. J. SCOVEL,
sec. mmrwfm


Jacksonville Cooperage Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF

BEST WHITE OAK SPIRIT BARRELS
Machine and Hand Factories.
8th Street R. R. Croing.


rLORitDA


tWM 1C0u B 3 mIO'S GREAT TRADE JOURAL.


NUBIAN TEA Fr.,T uver n, ...KW
BENEDICTA A ele fr w
CUBAN RELIEF fo. cr. B .... t

CUBAN OIL A ~s .'C. ....r C..
A supply of thems medicines is what every family needs to
insure good health.
Write for prices and booklets.

Spencer Medicine Company,
asaftseesa, snr ae. 4


ENGINES. BOILERS.
Cotton, Saw, Fertilizer, Oil and ee Ma-
hinery, and Suppliea and Repair
CAPACITY FOR 30 HANDS.
MaehiM Tools, Wood-Working Mahinery,
Shafting, Pulleys, Hanger, Leather ann
Rubber Belting and Hoa, Bailroad and
Mill Supplies and Tools.
Plans and etimates furnished for Power
Plats and Steel Bridges.
Stem Pumps, Feed Water Heater and
Hosting Engine
AUOUSTA. OA.


do P6 0AaW10I0A
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JACKSONVILLE.


B. A. POWELL. CEIS. 6. AWRIVS.
President. flce-Prgljdest am rrfrmorr.
P#tzrteas:
3. R. PoWell Chas. 6. EArrn, D. N. ANcMUm, P. L. Sut*.r1Mmi

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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RBMOOD.
semem=***-


lebring & BDaO.
We have much pleasure in bringing to
the notice of our many clients the name
of Sebring & Bond, who are located in
the Dyal-Upehurch Building (Rooms No.
315 and 317).
This firm now holds an important posi-
ton in the commercial life of Jackson-
ville. Their business as is well known, is
a very extensive one, dealing in all affairs
pertaining to Real Estate, Orange Groves,
Turpentine sad Timber Properties, etc.,
both in the city and State and their sue-
eem being largy attributed to their
quick peeeptio, true judgment and last
bat not least, their uniform courtesy to
all their elients.

Te S ethern antfacturihg Co.
We have aot infrequently been asked
for a recommendation to a good wholesale
drug and comminary supply stores. This.
of course, is quite possible, when we have
given the name of The Southern Man-
ufacturing Co., West Bay and Madison
Streets, for we hold the opinion that no
better ean be found in our city. They
make peaked drugs a speciality, and by
their low quotations can save you money.
We would also add that their mail order
department is a most complete one, giv-
ing as they do prompt attention to all
mail orders.

J. A. Craig & Bro.
If one can judge who are 'the men's fa-
vorites as regards sales, there can be no
doubt but one opinion, for that fine store
of J. A. Craig & Bro., 239 W. Bay St.,
seems to be continuously busy from early
morning to late at night, nor is this to
be wondered at considering the discrimi-
native taste displayed by this up-to-date
and go-ahead frm. They carry the correct
clothes both for men and boys, and all
of their famous suits, etc., have the lat-
est touches that mark the well-groomed
gentlesma. We certainly recommend you
to pay this firm a visit before purchasing
elsewhere.

The Bead & Boars Co.
Christmas time is no doubt a very busy
time for our hardware stores, so we ad-
vise all who may be desiring goods of
this class to make their purchases quickly,
and so avoid the unpleasantness of wait-
ing in a crowded store. The Bond &
Bours Co., 10 W. Bay St., is a store where
everything belonging to 8ash, Doors,
Blinds, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tin-
ware and Country Holloware can be ob-
tained at prices exceptionally reasonable,
combined with the very highest quality of
goods that the market can produce. You
surely should pay them a visit if any of
these goods are required.

Bettel ni's
No explanation is required by us to ex-
plain to our clients who Bettelini is and
whose business is at W. Bay St., opposite
the Union depot, for there must be a very
la-ge number of the people in Jackson-
ville and in all parts of Florida, also, who
have trade at Christmas and New Years
with this excellent firm, their liquors and
wines ing greatly approved of. We
learn from them that they are making
this Christmas exceptional endeavors to
ffe their patrons by quoting very low
Pieas. We therefore believe that if a


trial be given them for their special
brands of whiskies, etc., the highest sat-
isfaction will be found.

Gs Muller & Co.
We especially invite your attention to
the firm of Gus Muller & Co., the whole-
sale liquor merchants, and proprietors of
the Jacksonville Bottling Works, for they
are fully supplied with all the most pop-
ular brands of bottled goods, not to men-
tion their enormous stock of famous wines
and liquors. This firm has built up a
liquor trade second to none in Florida,
and its proprietors invite an application
being made them for their special prices
to suit the coming Christmas and New
Years trading. Their shipping facilities
are the best, all orders being filled the
same day as they receive them.

H. A. Renfree & Co.
Among the many tailors of our city to
be found in the foremost ranks is that
enterprising and successful firm of H. A.
Renfroe & Co., 439 W. Bay St. Knowing
them as we do, we feel compelled to ad-
vise a visit being paid them for any clota-
ing required by our subscribers, whether
ready-made suits or made-to-order suits,
the prices are equally as low, but beyond
this is the perfect fit they guarantee, this
being a distinctive feature with them, be-
sides which we have a pleasure in saying
their up-to-date styles, exquisite work-
manship, superior quality of materials em-
ployed are not equalled by any other firm.
Of course the Stetson Hats are an exclus-
ive specialty with them.

Greealeaf & Crosby Co.
The coming Christmas and New Year
finds everywhere the jewelers and* silver-
smiths extremely busy, and there are nat-
urally few who are not desirous of pur-
chasing gifts of some kind. Foremost
among our jewelers is to be found that
magnificent store belonging to the Green-
leaf & Crosby Co., holding probably the
largest and finest stock in this part of the
Southern States. Their special values
in sterling silver are exceedingly beauti-
ful, besides thousands of other charm-
ing articles, o well adapted for souvenir,
Christmas or New Years gifts. It is im-
possible for us to enumerate any one in
particular, you must see them, the charm
follows and if you should be unable to
personally pay them a visit, write for
their splendid catalogue.

Hess & Sager.
That merit wins every time in this busy
world of push and progress there can be
no doubt. One of the best illustrations
of this truth is to be found in the enter-
prising firm of Hess & Slager, West Bay
Street, and whether it be in their magnifi-
cent diamonds, sterling silverware,
watches, jewelry or their fine selection of
trunks, the purchaser can take it for
granted a finer selection or better values
is impossible to be found, their 30 years'
reliability being a sufficient proof of our
statement. For the Christmas and New
Years trade, they are offering special bar-
gains in diamonds which should be seen
before a selection is made elsewhere.

The W. J. Wilson Dry Goods Co.
There can be no doubt but if the dry
goods stores of our city were to close


RECORD TRADE NOTES.


JOHN R. YOUNG,
President.


J. P. WILIAAMs.
C. W. BAUSSY.
S. A. ALdORD.


A. D6 COVINGTON. .
Vlce-PreasdenL
DaUGToks:


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P. L. SUTHERLAND.
J- B PADQ~Gr.
J. B. YOUNG.


EH L. K AYTON.
Secretary an" Tre-ma.


B. P. BULLAKRD
W. C. POWELL.
WAITER RAY,
A. D. OOVINGTON.


J. B. CH N lIu
G. W. DEEN,
RAYMOND CAY.
J. L. ONLY.


Our tankr ae well equipped and thoroughly enameled and am
conveniently situated at the terminals of the 8. A. L. and A. C. L.
Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
WRITE EITHER OF THE ABOVE FOR PARTICULARS.




W. R. THOMAS

GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA,

Turpentine, Log and Phosphate Mules.


Heavy Wagons. Harness and Buggles.


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SDistillers Pumping
Outfit
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Tarmpa Hardware Co.

Wholesale
-i eHardware
STurpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supplies.

SLarge Stock Council and Holmes Hacks
SnAd Pullers on Hand.

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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5


their doors, Jacksonville would again be
in ruins. This might partially be, we pre-
dict also the ase if that fne firm of The
W. J. Wilso Dry Goods Co., 205 West
Bay Street, were to do so, for without
doubt the push, pluck and success of that
exceptionally progreaive firm under the
able management of that courteous mana-
ge, Mr. Fitzpatrick, has given largely to
Jacksonville the extraordim ry ffitajty
she now posseses. But turning to the
more immediate attention ana interest of
our leader, we strongly advise them to
at once pay thi store a visit and see the
exceptional bargains for their Christmas
selection that are to be found placed on
the numerous counters of that fine store.
Skirts and Waists, Iadies' Wrappers and
Rain Coats, Silks and Woolens, House-
furnihings, and not forgetting wonderful
values in blankets, are greatly reduced by
them to keep themselves in the front rank
of legitimate bargain donors. Of course
the Men's Wear department also comes in
under the slaughterer's hammer of high
reduction, and a a final word we would
my, go to whatever store you may in
search of your wants, we are sure you
will eventually be found to make your
purchase at this remarkably busy store,
who will save you many a dollar for the
further purchasing of your Christmas and
New Years wants.

Chas Blam & Co.
The enormous trade done by the firm of
Cha. Blum & Co., 517-519 West Bay St.,
is a proof positive by the people of our
city sad in all parts of Florida, in what
direction they place their confidence, nor
i this to be wondered at, considering the
extraordinary strides this progressive firm
has made in the past few years. No one
intending to buy wines and liquors this
Christmas and New Years should fail to
ascertain from them what are their spec-
ial prices. Of course their being the old-
et and largest mail order house in Jack-
sonville is only natural that orders en-
trusted to them will have heir immediate
aad personal attention, and their request
that their patrons should ordr their
liquors and wines early is a wise one
for you to carry out.

Jua A. Cuningham.
It has been frequently quoted to us
that the putting of furniture in your home
is like putting money in a savings bank,
being a safe and positive way of adding
to your worldly possessions, it makes you
feel better about your home and happier
and more comfortable for it. Such being
a true fact, we do not hesitate to bring it
before your notice if during the coming
Christmas and New Years you contem-
plate making a purchase of goods of this
class. Of course what Jno. A. Cunning-
ham, the well known furniture store on
SBridge Street (the Masonic Temple) is
doing in the way of extraordinary bar-
gains for the trade is pretty well known
in Jacksonville and the tSate also. A
ramble over their store will reveal some
iae examples of every style of modern
and antique furniture and we know Mr.
Cunningham will bp delighted to see you
whether you wish to buy or not. The
terms he will also make you are of the
most liberal and agreeable kind. We
would add that they hold now for Christ-
mas an enormous stock of their famous
"Triumph Bicycles" and "Triumph Tires."
Drop in and let them show you what they
ean do aad get their prices. They will
astoniah yo.


Fettings.
"The only furniture house in Florida
who pays the freight charges"
That is the announcement of this most
popular shopping place, but this, we hold,
is quite nominal to the exceptionally low
charges made by them for their charming
and exquisite furinture. We have re-
peatedly said to ourselves that it is sim-
ply marvellous how rapidly this enterpris-
ing firm has forged itself to the front
rank of Jacksonville trading stores. Nor
is this to be wondered at considering the
most beautiful furniture they display for
one's selection. That this energetic firm
have established themselves in the abso-
lute confidence of the public is a positive
fact and perhaps on our part needless to
mention, but it is a fact, nevertheless,
that Fettings have stopped forever the
most fastidious from going North or even
of the city. We are sure in recommending
you to pay them a visit, and viewing their
lovely furniture (especially those antique
pieces and French style) not forgetting
their handsome beds, carpets and matting,
you will be highly delighted and we can-
not refrain from saying that Mr. Fet-
ting has made it a life-long study to
please his numerous. patrons and that-
his efforts have been most fully appre-
ciated is shown by his immense trade
to-day. As a last word we would say
that whether you purchase or not he ex-
tends you a most cordial invitation and
that you will receive the fullest courtesy
and attention from their energetic man-
agers goes without saying.

Kohn- Furchagett & Co.
We heard this remarked last week by
a lady tourist: "Why, I declare, if that
grand store doesn't beat any one of those
in New York." Such a compliment to our
fair city naturally compelled us to ask
which she was alluding to. Her reply
quickly came, "Why, I mean, of course,
that palatial store on West Bay St., the
corner of Main St., Kohn-Furchgott & Co."
Of course, the mention of this prosperous
firm's name created no surprise to us,
fully expecting that name to be mention-
ed, and is this to be wondered at, con-
sidering the extraordinary strides of prog-
ress this important house has and is mak-
ing day by day, their well-merited sue-
cess being the outcome of the most strin-
gent laws laid down by the company as to
its management. First and foremost is
the reliability of the goods sold by them,
being only of the very highest quality;
then what is probably almost as import-
ant, the exceptionally low prices quoted
for them, which cannot be excelled no-
where in the State. Those bargains which
they are now offering, and which, by the
way, we feel compelled to call, "absolute
gifts," must be seen to be appreciated,
their counters being loaded with them
throughout their vast store, and it is in-
deed an exciting sight to see the enor-
mous crowds day after day rushing with
avidity after them. No one who has not
been to "Furchgott's" can have been in
Jacksonville, and we advise you strong-
ly (if you live at a distance) to either
send to or pay their gigantic store a
visit. In completing our remarks, we can-
not refrain from mentioning the name of
their most energetic manager, Mr. Bellah,
who with the closest attention and regard
to the wants and wishes of all their cus-
tomers, coupled with the most courteous
and genial manners, has no in no small
degree helped to make this enterprising
firm the firm of Jacksonville.


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Wines, Liquors and Cigars,

Saoe Agents far the &am A. C. esc*. &aIe tWhe **WMUeun ZnUe M-
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Creme de la Creme, bottle .... -2.00 Diamond Brand, bottle ........ 1.00
[lihJr-, .-r i I- Heart Brand, bottle ........... .7
C. C. C. Brand, bottle ........ 1.50 Spade Brand, bottle ........... 0
Club Brand, bottle ........... 1.25 Premium Brand, bottle ........ J50


MYERSON CO.,
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239 W. Say Str-t EVERETT DOCK.

Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishinls.

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.




The Bond & Bours Co.
WO ^r-,Aj & R WTUAIL


HARDWARE

Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paints. Oils and Glass,
Stoves. Tinwarue Country-Holloware.

M WT AY TR Jacksonville. Fla.

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Standard Naval Stores

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DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IN

ROSIN

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OBITUARY. grew in that country, logged it, and put
it in the Muskegon River, where it was
eventually sold to the Muskegon sawmill
Jacob Cummer. man. In 1871 his son was taken into part-
In our last issue we made brief mention nership and the firm of Jacob Cummer &
of the death of Mr. Jacob Cummer, one of Son began a lumber -operation at Morley,
the foremost and beloved citizens of Cad- Mich., but bought from time to time bodies
1llea, Michigan, and a gentleman who for of White Pine near Clam Lake, now Cad-
many years had been a conspicuous fig- illac, to which they moved in 1876, and
are in the lumber trade of the North, began operations on a more extensive
lst aud South. It was a source of much scale.
regret we were unable in that issue to More money was required and eventu-
make more than passing announcement of ally a copartnership was formed, includ-
Mr. Cummer's death, but as testimonial ing J. M. Barnett and Harvey J. Hollis-
to him, both as a man and lumberman, ter, respectively the president and cash-
we publish herewith a brief account of his ier of the First National Bank of Grand
life Rapids, under the name of the Cummer
Jaob Cummer was born in Canada in Lumber Company. More lands were
181, and his father, John Henry Cummer, bought and increased facilities were pro-
was the rst white child born in Toronto. vided for manufacturing on an extensive
The date of his father's birth was 1797. scales
The family is of German origin, and the The company built an extensive system
Th family is of dnnto o origin, aind the
igal me is id to have been Komer. of logging railroads and for several years
The parents of John Henry Cummer moved d;d a general passenger and freight busi-

dase. John Henry Cummer was a lum- between Cadillac and Lake City.
man a small way and was the found- The Cmmer interest were among the
ao. tde lumber line of the Cummer fam- first to engage in the North Carolina Pine
fly. ha son, Jacob Cummer, was sercely trade with a large plant at Norfolk, Va.,
By. ias son, Jacob Commer, was scarcely
out of his beyhopadwhen he succeeded to a44 almost from the beginning of the
Ui fathers bua It was a ster# but North Carolina Pine industry the name of
luabe experience. He was his own saw- Cummer has been synonymous with that
Y e, Better, fler, and mm crew in toto at lumber commodity. A few years ago the
r e, er, a. l r Cummer Lumber Company at Norfolk was
a time when the duties of a sawmill pro- succeeded by te Fosburgh Lumber Com
pritor consisted not only of those enum-
rated, but also in splitting with a wedge pany, and for the most part since that
the bn log while the next wias edge time the Cummer interests have devoted
wed and aning up the stub shot o the major portion of their attention to
the planks with the a. the large Yellow Pine operations of the
Cummer Lumber Company at Jacksonville,
In 1800 he emigrated to Newago with a Fa., and the Hardwood interests of Cum-
total capi htal of about 3,had l00 earned mer, Diggins & Co., at Cadillac, Mich., the
oe time fin is history he had learned t active management of the Southern end
the trade of miller and he worked t this being assumed by Messrs. W. W. and A.
call in western New York for some G. Cummer, and the Hardwood end by
ySlO He was careful man and went Mr. Frederick A. Diggins, of Cadillac, a
slowly. For some years he operated in:son-in-law of Jacob Cummer.-New York
a small way, cutting out staves, doing Lumber Trade Journal.
small logging jobs, and, as a miller, at
Newaygo, Cedar Springs, and other nearby Prominent Operator Killed.
point.
During this period he leased a small Macon, Ga., Dec. 5.-A special to the
gri mill at a now forgotten hamlet then Telegraph from Edith, Ga., in Clinch Coun-
known as Croton, on the Muskegon River ty, says that Walter Smith, a prominent
whonm he notion ried on the milling naval stores operator, was shot and killed
bsines, but also got out staves and en-' last night by Walter Foreacre, a leading
gaged in logging operations. In a modest farmer of that section. It is said that
way be was prosperous. Just at this time Foreacre, who was under the influence of
he made a large shipment of staves to the liquor, was brandishing his gun, and Smith
Chicago market which involved his entire endeavored to quiet him. Finally Smith
capital. Through a breach of trust every tried to take the gun from Foreacre, when
dollar he had on earth was wiped out of the latter suddenly shot the former, a
existence. The owner of the grist mill charge from one barrel of his gun enter-
was a New England man and desired to ing his stomach. Sheriff Sweat went to
ave Mr. ummer continue to lease it. the scene of the killing, but the slayer
h Mr. Cumm er said he h no means to p was hid out. His friends say he will give
Mr. Summer said he had no means to pay himself u later.
the rent, but a bargain was finally con-
eluded whereby the rent was to be sat-
isaed by the deliveryof thirty bushels of Manatee Coimty Abstract Copany.
wheat per month, a practical division of L S JoeasC Abstracter.
the toll Bradetow. Mntee Coety, Florida.
Mr. Cummers son, Wellington W. Cum- ,
Mr. mmer son, Wellington W. Complete and reliable books, titles perfected.
mer, at this time had reached an age Taxes paid for non-resident property owners in
where he was a valuable assistant to his Manatee County.
fthr. They soon got on their feet again, Lonsnegotiated for non-residents on approved
title with gUilt-edged security paying interest
amd they purchased an occasional "forty" at o per cent per annum, smi-annually.
of the splendid White Pine timber that resdenesol""i
RA= Yoe A furC1ie


C. H. BARNES. Press J. SMAW, VISe-Pr. RAULP JESUP. ea.-Tre-

BARNES & JESSUP COMPANY,
NAVAL STORE FACTORS.
Exporters of Pure Turpentines and Rosins
Strtly a Producers' Company. Ouaes,
Grades aMl Weiglts GOuarateed.
Deliveries at J-nksovl, Pensacola, fernandla and Savi
Corresen Selcted. JACKSONVILLE. FULA.


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SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIMBER COMPANY.

WVIMG M. WELMI, Mgoar.


florida Timber, Grazing &


Agricultural Lands.


* 401-404 LAW EXCHANGE,


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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SBECKWITH, HENDERSON & WARREN.

LARGE TRACTS OF TURPENTINE AND MILL LANDS.
Rooms 1-2-3, First National Bak BWlldisg.
TAMPA, : : : FLORIDA.
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Built Upon Honor-Sold Upon Merit.



CYPRESS TANKS, TUBS,

AND VATS.

Any size, Any shape. Our Cat-
alogue for the asking.
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BETTELINI'BS SPECIALTY.
I wil mo by eires prepaMid the followrlg:
rour full quarts Lno Comt. iSnybrook or Bi Horn By .. R L
single Botte -......... ..
I will send tour tun quarts ol amme-- Ca., Melwood Rye, Golde Wad-
dia R y. Daland Cal. To a i P rPech Brndy,. Paebh and Honey
Whker,. Gat and Manhattan Cvck'*-- of the above for ........ .U
One bottle of a y of te above .......................................................
Your bottles o t theIowaw C~ln Wine: -mnvI Port, Muscat.
Catam .. ......... .a
Single botte 411.
Four bottles sona Winkey. sa ...... sMo
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Five bottles Duafy Malt so
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THU IWI.LY Dub1a3LAL NF u D.


D TRADE NOTES.

C. C. Butler. styles of Louis XIV period are moa
Site e on to make mnt trctive. We recommend you to get
of tit entering and up-to-date liquor prices before buying elsewhere. The;
store belonging to C. C. Butler, 1001 West astonish you, and what, perhaps, is
Bay Street., as we were attracted by their to all is their honesty and fair de
grand holiday -.*.,.. -** and strek with their customers.
by the exceptional prices quoted for the
Christmas and New Years trade. Un- Hanne Bro.
do tedl l thAe plame to get your wines and The name of Hanne Bros. (this wo
lique. is C. C. Butlr's. The qualities fully progressive firm) is at the pr
they keep are of the highest and such moment a byword, not only in our
being the case, we predict for them an city, but in the entire State of Flo
exeptionally busy trade. Being a prac- Nor is this to be wondered at, for
tical *rta Ahey h ill: orders to be sent newly furnished saloon at the "P~
in as soon as possible, to avoid the slight- which is on the corner of Main and
est ldjppoin*htii to their customers, syth Streets, has and is creating wo
and they guarantee not only the quality ful attention and support. 'Tis wi
of all their goods, but to ship thm by the doubt the cafe to obtain and enj
axA,tr in ter order is received. splendid lunch or dinner. Their ehe


lh h1--Flote-Cenl Co.
We believe we are correct in saying
that the rapid progress of our city is
the direct outcome of the energy and en-
terprise of fewer of our business men
thn, is usually known, and equally cor-
m* a* -we in mentiokang the name of
that magnificent furniture store on Main
Street, managed by three of Jaeksonville's
inest citifeLs. We allude to Measrs.
Rhodes-Futeh-Collis Co., fr they have
been and are its builder We say ad-
visedly it is Florida's greatest furniture
JfWhir funmitare amadt;-elttly be
(or yQ to apppeeiate its .real value.
ther t all 4 ist an&A most ex-
qatisi designs and novelties at a nominal
eat in comparison to most other firms.
Pretty toilet tables, elegant dining j~qm
*ets, siecally in modern and French


it at-
their
will
equal
aling



inder-
esent
own
orida.
their
staff"
For-
nder-
thout
oy a
f for


this restaurant, by his art, makes you
feel that you are dining at Mauda's fa-
mous cafe in Paris, and then their "after-
theater" lunches both for ladies and gen-
tlemen are a specialty, so be sure and
pay the Falstaff Restaurant a visit.

W. F. Saseb.
That you should buy your wines and
spirits from the firm of W. F. Seeba, on
West Bay Street, is only natural, they
having been on trial before the public, as
it were, quite long enough to need no
praise from our hands, their standing and
reliHbilty being unquestionable, but what
we. would wish specially to mention in
how well prepared they are to execute
your orders for Christmas and New Years
gifts. Their shipping facilities are of
the best and all orders will be executed by
them the same day as received.


J. D. Uim ,& C.
We are glad to note that another of
Jacksonville's stores is -akig extraordi-
ary headway, not only everything per-
taining to Dry Goods, but la every style
of modern ad antique furniture. We
allude, of course, to that mngacent store
of the 3. D. Horn & Co., Eut Bay St.,
and this is as it should be, considering
that the energetic, courteous manager,
Ernest Williams, is at the helm.

v. X. Jacobea
Our readers have no doubt noticed how
charming is the jewelry and bric-a-brae
tot be seen in the store of V. E. Jacobs,
on West Bay Street. Those who pay this
beautiful store a visit in each of Christ-
mas or New Years gifts will surely And
something satisfying, among which we
have seen a lovely colsetion of Bilver
Topped Handle Umbrellas, a suitable pres-
ent for this time of the year.

Stuart-mBerat Ce.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., the clothiers of
West Bay Street, are probably the most
correct dressers of me to be found in
our city. Their famous clothes have all
the latest touches that mark the well
groomed gentleman, and it is this firm
who have completely rerohtnired the
sale of ready-to-wear clothing. Their
beautiful store is filled with goods of up-
to-date style, esquite workmaeship,
faultless fit and superior quality of mate-
rials. We recommend a visi,

Florida Ha&rwa C6.
There can be no doubt but that the
numerous hardware stores of our eity ae
having a splendid ssm'es trade, this, of
course, being their harvest time. There
are so many newly built fe stores of


this eles that we anr auPths -f44
of them individually, although we
compelled to meaoes the name ad e--
the Amet stares ar ity. We ln
to the Florida Hardware Co., oa At
Bay Street Their handsome Ias
Christmas cutlery ad Hot StBM Steve
and all other kinds of hardware too i
eros for us to memtio, should be sem
at their store before purchasing elewhet.

ile, The Frit.
What could there posibly be prettlr
or more acceptable for a Christmas or New
Years gift for any of your friseds than
powers The beaty of such a t Nea
in their naturalness ad a mt t iei
Should you be temp ed yto
sweetheart or friend a emter of Natmr
purest work, why we reommmad you-
pay a visit to Mill, the Fhnist, e W
Forsyth Street; or a phone m-n a ge
receive equal attation. Flowers for gli
social functions ed bouquets for wed
diag are made by him with t rare,
n -mkeb'. 1 skill not to be eqmd.

Jseph Zsf.
We advise all of our reads to order
their Christmas liquors ad win early
and there is no Arm in the BSate who
we ean recommend with greater eon.s..
that Joseph Zapf, of West Bay ines
Of course this wo -----*m 4 *a 1ljw
nesmary, er everyone in ue ty -iia ho
the Sate6 of Florida, a ka thi
firm to be the leading wholeise prt
of Whiskies, Liquors, Ales, StouitDses-
tic Wines aud Mineral Wters. Thoie
whe have not arbady traded with thin
amr, WhLWt ost 1st trtMd
to them ew har plee ist, for e-rythla
is first-class i quality and they guaranty
satisfaction or money cherfirify uti


D. M. FLYNN, President W. B. JOHNSON, Vice-President A. PENDLRM ss A ftes
DIRECTORS
D.M. Flynn Walter Ray J. W. Oglesby L. Horn N. G. Wae" J. L. Medl W. B. Johno







Independent Naval Stores & Export Co.,.


SJacksonville, Florida.





Naval Stores Factors and Operators.


Capital Stock, $500,ooo. *


The patronage of turpentine operators generally is invited. Liberal advances made on consignments.
Our interests and those of the producers are identical, as ours is purely a co-operative company.



Some Money and Some Timber For Somebody.


SAAll Producers are Requested to Call On or Correspond With Us.


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We Call the Attention
I of the Operators
To the fact that we are strictly headqar-
ters for Hardware, Tinware, Turpentine
tools and commissary supplies. We quote
our best wholesale prices to the turpen-
tine trade and solicit your business.

SFlorida Hardware Co.,
S6M East Bay Street, Jadcksvile. a.
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14 West ay Street.
THE CLOTHIERS.
A Complete Line of Fine
Clothing. Hats da Furnishings.
THE

Stuart-Bernstein Co.


J 3. Te i 3. W. Motte B. Parker, Jams MeNatt, W. W. W er.
Pmi L VieeProe Viee-Pre.. Vice-Pres. See. a Tress.


John R. Young Co.,
40
Commission
Merchants.


Naval Stores factors.


Wholesale Grocers.


Savansunh S Brunswick. Ga. "
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T. MURPHY
JACKSONVILLE MACHINE I-D IRON WORKS
ENGINEER IRON AND BRASS
OUNDER AND MACHINIST


I eTi veel, Steamboat, Sawmill and Mine Machinery Made and Repaired. Irw
and Brass Castings, and machine repairs of all kinds.
MAI mUnE AND BOILERS. PULLEYS AND SHAFING.
A-t for Stationary Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Feed Water Heaters and Conden
ale.Hydreats and Valves, entrifugal Pumps, Hose, Belting and Rubber Good
NI TIAwl Mi Ai WIlT 10R R11 EIIIPEIT A IECULnT
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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MERRILL-STEVENS'CO. I

Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING end REPAIRING.
Jeckonville. Fla.
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Fuel and Building Material.
The Southern Fuel and Supply Oo.
Anthralte, BSesm ad BMlaka.mith Coal, CmaS, Cm Bs, Prtb, .iaft
Foot Hogan t., Jacksowvlke, Fla

Cummer Lumber Co.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER
Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
BOXES and CRATES.


Standard Clothing Company I


One Price


One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND P IRNISUERS,
17 ad 9 Wsest ay Street, JaMeUassve, ResIL
Stetse sad Hawes Naas. SpeesIAttAUIM ves to aI e.


It. TOUAL 4 HAT. T. n. 1uLA.OLV. 4 L roUr,
(mtabneohed 16T2.)
TOLAR. HART & CO..
160 PRONT 6 u ift NEW YORK.

Commission Merchants
a.nd Jobbers of Naval Stores.
Liberal Advances oa Couinments of Naval Stores and Oote. embh en New
York Cotton sad Prodoe Exchange. Orders executed for Cottom ataes.
JOSEPH D. WEED. H. D. WEED. W.D. KNENO

J. D. WEED Z CO.,
U*VAIA, 01 OIA.
Wholesale Hardware,
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Turpentine Tools, Glue, Baftings, Etc.


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Gus Muller & Co.

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Liquor Merchants

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Cafplty of Yard W0000 Per Month.

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Whiskies, Gins,

Rums,
from $1.50 to $5.00
per gallon.
Agency for Lewis 1866 and
Mount "Vernon Pure Rye
Whiskies
C-otalos Blum'i Monogram and Syl
vt ye--Aeutas for f inein-
MO Sd Pabst Milwmakee een.
Pile oa application.
CHAS. BLUM t CO.
l17 Wl 919 W t By Strwt.
JACKSONVILUJ, rFL
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Apparatus.

The New Process.
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TAMPA TO HAVANA.

Direct Steamhip Lie to be Put in Op
ratio.
Captain James McKay has made
announcement of great interest to Tam]
and that section of Florida-the establia
ment of a direct steamship line betwes
Tampa, Key West and Havana.
Capt. McKay propose to operate steai
era from Tampa every Ave days, tonc]
ing at Key West both going and return
ing, and, as soon as the business wa
rants it, will increase the sailings to twi
weekly.
The following is the announcement
the new line made by Capt. McKay an
business men generally will rejoice 1
know that they are now to have the a&
vantage of a steamhip line operating d
rect from the port of Tampa.

Tampa, Fla, Dec. 1,904.
To the Business Men and Others of tl
City of Tampa, Florida:
I will establish a steamship line between
Tampa and Havana, Cuba, touching bot
ways at Key West. The first stean
will be the Gumie, sailing from Tami
on the first trip on Monday, December 1
1904, at 11 a. m., and every Ave days after
that date.
Will leave Havana on the first return
trip on Wednesday, December 14, 1904, s
5 p. m., and every five days after thi
date.
As soon as the business justifies it wi
have sailings twieo each week.
The business office at Havana is f
OBcios St., James McKay, agent.
Agent at Key West, W. J. H. Taylo
Agent at Tampa, L T. Baldrick, a
McKay's Warehouse.
This is strictly a Tampa line, the steam
era departing from and arriving at t
city of Tampa, and owned by a Tamp
man. In inaugurating this line, I propose
to give those who favor me with the
patronage good service and courteoi
treatment. I propose to "live and l
live," and I appeal to the citizens
Tampa, Ybor City and West Tampa
stand by me and give me their patronage
My success will inure to their benefit an
I propose to bend every energy to plea
all and give general satisfaction. T
steamer has comfortable passenger a
commodations, both first and second-elas
For any information as to passenger
freight accommodations, rates, etc., apple
to any of the agents of the line at tl
addresses given above.
JAMES M'KAY.

CONFISCATED SPIRITS.

Three More Barrels Containing Adulte
ants Found by Inspector.
Supervising Inspector of naval store
Parker reports three more barrels a
spirits containing adulterants has be
received in Jacksonville and confiscated 1
the State. Operators who are disposed
violate the law in this respect-and t
Record is glad to note there are not mar
of them-may as well realize once for a
that adulterated turpentine will not pa
the inspection system, and a violation
the "Pure Spirits Law" is a criminal
fense, punishable by imprisonment. It
a dangerous thing to attempt. It is chess
er and far safer to be honest.


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FLORIDA BANK AND TRUST CO.
The first meeting of the stockholders of
the Florida Bank and Trust Company will
be held at 11:00 o'clock a. m, Thursday,
December 15th, 1904, at the auditorium
in the Board of Trade Building, corner
of Main and Adams Streets, in the city
of Jacksonville, Florida, for the purpose



of receiving the charter, adopt u Jng
'electing officers and the doing a sumh
other things a may be nmemary or 4di
sirable in onneetion with the w.aL -
tion of the corporation, ad al. v'iS F
purpose of trnuusacting sc oth&iW 67-
ther business as may come before al
meeting.


- TURPENTINE

CUPS.


If you expect to ue the AW YAY mp
next season, place your orders now fa
future delivery. Pries and all infore-
tio cheerflly furnished on
CUPS, GUTTERS
AND ALL TOOLS
used in the Hefrty stem of tnrpmaitilu
Address
k Chattanoomga Pottery
SCompemy,
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. Wanted and For Sale
2,

DEPARTMENT.
rn
at Advertisememts WiSM e Inserted Jm rja treatment at t Me men W ais:
F orme week. 7 oooallfe:
Portwoweek, 31centsUs. '
Sor three weeks, o ee-ts a line.
Sorfour week, a ssea. a ae.
NIne word of ordinary leth ke oa Maoe.
52 Heer ot two U-e.
l0o edi except the headinge can be Iitia
3emlttaac to aooompany the order. No extra charge for copies at
at ,
,r. ratal avetleemt. topy m" be Ina this o at ltr aOf aa y
|" In o in Friday's paper.
Wanted. PositioW ranted.
- Three convict guards to begin work at Position as woodsman, Georgia or Flor-
he once. Will py the right salary to th iida. Have family. Can give refneee.
m right men. dd L. 8 Petteway & Co, V. Jeffords, Boo Ga.
e Gabriella, F. 4t
ir wated. For ral.
S Woodsman that ea keep books and 8mal turpentim farm, 12 began
et commissary. Must be sober and give ref- for one and two year. Praty h beam
of erences. None but married men need ap. nea still On railroad.
to ply. C. H. Conoley, Wallace, Ala. nid on ree. Ad H. W. ss
Cottondale, Fla.
Id Wanted. Tupetime Men.
e To buy a frt-delss turpeatine location By a mkine Gamlia Pmi g -.
he in Florida Will the right p for A at f a ya mia G i. iS pmpl SS
c- the right place. N at wood g npce ned Pr hy r at a stf
. apply. G. A- Pett ray, Box Ieroy, requires o atint m whi l
or Mton ., Fl. t Strted in oue mint J. P. L F
ly Wuted. aOai r7
e A distiller. We wat a good, ober
man with family, 'to rnm the still another FW Sale-
season. Can give steady employ 100O00 acre turpentine ld lyi in
through the winter. Nom need apply but Manatee and Hillaboro Counties, touang
frst-cala man with good referees. Ad- water and railroad; will be sold in o
dress F. & W, Jonesboro, l. tf body or in tracts of 18p00 rem ah
partiulars, address L. eare Ind.i
ted. Record. It
r- I want to buy a flrat-dae second-hand Sea all *ders f prw ti for th
sixteen-barrel still Address T. Coursey, turpatine ad carimry tadrm to th
Oliver, Ga. t Recod voice to isAE a p gep r-0 .l,
es


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McMURRAY & BAKER,


1w Mill nnI Tu Hanrn1 e,,
We ars seevlmS d Pil-t-dt pIeamI ad m h1ag eM sgLSI
Laprebes, whis, haam band hems furun s u we ns a ~at Mon Mm
ani gl ag In temU w a Ith m L TrpfnU wane 'Sl hm a 5if. MW
forget we oaa et woes am had-nmel h-m

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
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COVINGTON


Co.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.




Wholesale SHOES -
Wholesle: DRY GOODS.



"Success For Our Customers is Success For Us."


PIE SPECIFICATIONS.

Sabjet e tf Rajstmet unr Die
at Savannah To-day.
Savannah, Dee. 9.-Lumbermen fro
parts of the United States were in
sion here to-day considering the n
of the readjutment of Southern
SpeeiCttimS. The New York lI
Trade Amoriatio. the Illinois Intel
Sawmill Asodation, the Philade
Lumbermen's Exchau e, the Yellow
Lumber Exchange of New York, the I
Carolina Lumber Association and the
gli Interstate Lumber Association
aming the bodies represented. Ther
been no readjustment of Southern
specifetions for a quarter of a cee
The specications under which the
men operate now and those by
they ship were drawn at a time
there was a great deal of timber ii
country, and it was not hard to ge
timber of a high quality. Now the
her is being cut out so rapidly that
is little of it from which lumber ca
secured of a character called for ii
speeBeations. It is to readjust the
ifestions and establish a new stai
for lumber that the meeting is held.
matter of readjustment was referred
committee, with instructions to mal
a new schedule to be submitted to th<
- free at the session to-morrow.

East Coast Antomebile Co.
Automobiles are the th:ng. Wit]
advent of good roads all over the
the motor carriages, whether runal
tonneaux or touring ears, increase in
ularity. One of the largest and bes
tomobile firms in the State is The
Coast Automobile Company, of Jace
ville. The firm has the agency for a
her of the very leading machines su,
Pierce, Northern and Pope, and that
m ar e giving the very highest sati
tion is shown by their rapidly incre

This Arm also has one of the
equippl repair plants in Florida,
up-to-date machinery and skilled me
ie. The also carry a full line of m
engine supplies. Look up the half
advertisement elsewhere in this issue


Typewriters

GRIVOT 124W. aySt
A1td~ t"e 0AVr8..the a emuarj vise Wri4.r
Leosd rwood. 8mac Prlder, Pox. Desamore,
IItas.-M alf lrae. Wrte me today.
B-M otr Ua maenhlaa tmpr cent. saving


COURSE OF PALE AND MEDIUM ROS8IS AT SAVAINAH FOR TWO YEARI


W.W.
DATE 1904-06 190-O
April 1......... *.10 I .90
April 8......... 3J9 3.00
April 15........ 3.80 3.50
April 22........ 3.80 3.40
April 29........ 3.0 3.3
May ........ 3.80 3.35
May 13........ 3.80 2.42%
May 20........ 3.86 3.65
May 27........ sm 3. 65
June 3........ 4.3 3.60
June 10........ 4.50 3.40
June 16........ 4.00 3.30
June 23........ 4.65 3.30
July 1 ........ 4.75 3.30
July 7 ........ .4.75 3.0
July 14 ........ 4.70 330
July 28 ........ 4.52% 3.40
Aug. 4 ........ 4.67% 3A0
Aug. 12 ........ 4.60 3.50
Aug. 18 ........ 4.62% 3.50


Kohn = Furchgott= Company.
WHOLESA DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



Don't forget your subscription to the Record.
WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS, MENTION THE RECORD.


W.G.


1904-05

3.75
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.50
SAO
3.60
3J5
3.65
4.05
4.10
4.15
4.25
4.40
4.40
4.40
4.25
4.42%/
4.35
4.37


1903-04
$3.60
3.45
3.35
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.271/,
3.35
3.35
3.30
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.20
3.20
3.30
3.30


19004-o
3.00
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.35
3.30
3.30
3.40
3.85
3.86
3.85
3.90
4.00
3.95
3.90
4.00
4.00
4.02%


1906-04
3.15
3.5
3.15
3.15
3.165
3.17%
3.5
SM
3.5
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
600
3.L
3.05
3.15
3.15


130-06
3.356
3.6
3.90
3.20
3M0
3.20
23.
3.80
3.6
SM


3.85
3.66

3.8
3.6
3.6
3.72%
3.90
3.85
3.87%


1903-0e
$3.40
3.20
3.15
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.12%
3.20
3.80
3.15
2.05
2.95
296
2.90
2.90
2.90
2.95
2.95
3.05
3.05


1904-
3.30
3.15
3.15
&15
3.15
3.15
3J.1
3.SS
3.40
3.40
3.40
3.40
3.55
3.6
3.55
3.50
3.86
3.55
3.57%


1905-04
$3.20
3.0
3.00

3.00
LOD
38%
310
3.10
LS0
2.85
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2.95


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THE WEEKLY INDUsrsUlAL RMBOO1D. 11

THE C. H. HAR.GRAVES CO..


Atlatic National Bank of Jacksonvills. WHOLESALE GROCERS
VaP ATS P0ORY. Grain. Hay, Feed

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S................... ....... Speoial attenfetm to Turpeairtna .md Sawallll ern 3 lrwuren..f
A FLORIDA FIRM OR FLORIDIANS.
I addition to or regar b g business, we nmintWain i Bngs Depat--518-50-22-524-526 AST BAY
t, govmsran orlo, paying interest quarteraly. 514-516-518-520-522-524-526 EAST BAY sIus.IE
We have or rt Safe Dept BO M in burglar ad freproof vaults at re-
son" a.., by month, or yar. Jacksonville. Fla.
RIENMNO i


Title end Tax Abstracts.
Conveyancing, Township Maps, Blue Prints.
We give Wpeel attention to preparation of Tite and Tax Ab-
trasts, Maps, ete, of large tranets in all parts of Florida and South Geor-
gin. To owners sad intending purchasers the results of our work are

SOnisepelYse seoleted.

REALTY TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY
LaW ambiang B uiig. JACKaOWVILUJ, FLA.


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STOCBXROWIRS TO MEET.

Comlate Offaial Prepam .e the First
Annual Convente.
At a meeting of the executive om-
mittee of the Southeastern Stock Growers'
Assoati, held in the office of J. A.
Eollomon Wedaesday, the program for the
Mrat annual convention of the association
was agreed upon.
The convention of the saoeition will
be held la the Board of Trade auditorium
in this city January 11 and 12, 1905, and
proeles to be largely attended. The
a*so*iatai was organized in this city, last
sprig, and the meeting of stock growers
at that time was largely attended, repre-
sentative being present from Florida,
Georgia, Alabama and Mssissippi. Among
the distinguished visitors in attendance
was Ha. James Wilon, Secretary of
Agriculture of the United State.
The program for the coming convention
includes an address by Secretary Wilson,
as he has again been invited to attend,
and the members of the executive com-
mittee hope that he wi be able to be
here. The program for the convention,
as adopted by the executive committee, is
as follows:

Weibasey, January z--Mronat Ssiema,
1o O'Cleck.
Convention called to order by President
8. H. Gaitakill, of Marion County, Fla.
Address of welcome, Mayor George M.
Nolsa.
Response, Commsialoer of Agriculture
Melin, of Florida.
S Address of welcome, President Charles
E. Garner, of the Jacksonville Board of
Trade.
Respome by a member of the associa-
tion to be selected by the chair.
Annual address, President Gaitakill.

Afterneeo Seseies, :o (O'Cleck.
Address, Range Cattle, W. G. Lanford,
Fort Myers, Fla.
Discussion of the subject, led by J. M.
Le, of Kiaimmee, Fla., W. J. Edwards,
of Oea,0 and others.
Addeas, (1) Improved Breeds and (2)
The omfdrnltioa of Beef Cttle, Z. C.
mb-s-l ot OMals, Ik


Discussion led by S. H. Gaitskill, T. LI
Edwards and others.
Address, The Cuban Market; Past, Pres-
ent and Future, W. B. Henderson, of
Tampa, Fla.
Discussion led by E. E. Skipper, Judge
G. W. Holcomb and others.
Address, (1) Fence Cutting and the Mu-
tilation of Stock, as viewed by a Range-
man, and (2) Stock Growing for Profit, G.
Murphy, of Braidentown, Fla.
Discussion led by F. 8. Hodges, P. L.
Sutherland and others.
Adjournment until 9:30 a. m., Thurs-
day, January 12.
Note-United States Secretary of Agri-
culture Jas. Wilson has been invited, and
if he can attend, the evening session will
be devoted to an address by this distin-
guished American.

Thursday, January Is-Mering session,
9:3o 0Cleck.
Appointment of committees.
Half-hour business session.
Address, The Stockman and His Banker,
C. A. Carson, of Kissimmee, Fla.
Address, The Future of the Meat Busi-
nesss as Seen by a Packer, F. P. Oonroy,
of Jacksonville.
Address, Market Possibilities, C. P.
Goodyear, of Brunswick, Ga.
Address, Grasses and Feeds for Cattle,
Prof. C. M. Conner, University of Florida.
Address, Southern Grasses for Cattle,
I. C. Wade, of Cornelia, Ga.
Address, (1) Why Should the Western
Stockman Cbme South, and (2) Bow
Stockmen are Benefited by Fairs, R. M.
Storrs, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
Adjournment to 2 p. m.

Afternoon Seassion, a OClock.
Address, Baby Beef, I. H. Welch, of
Jacksonville.
Address, Farming and Raising of Pure
Bred Cattle, D. Hughes, Ponce de Leon,
Fla.
Address by the representative of the
Breeders' Gazette of Chicago.
Address, Dirying, R. E. Park, of Ma-
con, Ga.
General discussion for thirty minutes.
Report of committees.
Election of officers.
Final adjournment.


Min.um C.utvwi friM L.at fer l*udiatae Id qp. Ad~ g- d at 2Ifte L
eoeria, JWyze, XP9.
Feetl Featlet t Ft t t tleJt Fet
8IZE8 24 1-36 31a 4- 4415 1 I -5
1 xlO to 2x0... gi 1-3 4 Irr M &X8.006f
2%xl0 to 810.... 18.00 1J O 13.0 14.00 16.80 17.J0 Sd. 0 i5.
8%x10 to Z10 .... 1JO 140 .00 1&50 1&60 18&0 2P1 Ll 0
1 xl2 to xlt2.... 14. 1Mo 145M 18.00 21.00 A 24.1 SI M 40
2%x12 to 10x1.... 13.00 13.0 14.00 16.0 180 1.00 34.0 SM 4S3.8
10%/xl2 to 2x2.... 13.80 14.00 1&50 17.50 19.50 .o0 .5ua 3MM 4M
1 x14 to a1.... 14.01 IoO 23 eo 22.00 24.5O SI a3 S S sL s 1 6A
3%x14 to 12x14.... 14.O 160 18.L 20.50 2250 .00 24O. S.6 32.40 nM
12/x14 to 14x14.... 15.0 17.00 1.00 21.00 23.00 MAS usO. M 4. M G.*w
1 xl1 to 4x1S.... 20.0 2 .0 24.50 27.50 31.00 3M.1 384I M 6 M
4%xl6 to 12xl.... 1.60 30.00 13.00 25.0 20.00 31.00 39.0 3380 4M 6 M0
12zxl6 to lS6 .... 19M0 080 2 3.00 26.50 30.00 0 3700 41.00 MO M
2 xl8 to dxl8. 4.5 S5.03 2&5 31.50 35.00 3W.01M 4.E 4
61xl8 to 14x18.... 21.00 2.00 2.00 29.00 3.00 37.6 41i 4 IM
14%xl8 to 1818.... M.M .00 7. 30.00 34.00 3. 40 MM T4M
Term: Net Ca.
Prices ae F. 0. B. Cars Savanamh, rimwick, Fe a .sJ JMadmwE


NOTICE
At a meeting of the Georgia uIterstate
Saw Mill Association, held t Jacksoaville,
Fla., March 15, 190o, the following ClaQsi-
flcation and Rules for Inpection of Yel-
low Pine were of ll adopted, etive
July 1, 1904:
Claaication Inpeti ef Tellw
PlPh Lmber.
General Rules-All lumber must be
sound, well unuvnfietw4. full to uie and
saw butted; free from uound, loose and
hollow knots, worm and knot holes;
through shakes, or round bihkes that
show on the surface; square dg unless
otherwise specified. A through shake i
hereby dedned to be through or ommected
from side to side, or edge to edge, or ide
to edge. In the mesMurment of drsed
lumber the width and thick of the
lumber before dressin must be taken;
less than one inch thick shall be measured
as one inch.

CLASSIICATION.
leearafg.
Flooring shall embrace four and Ave
quarter inches in thickness by three to
six inches in width. For example: lx3,
4, 5 and 6; 1%x 4,5,, and &
Bea ft
Boards shall embrace all the
under one and a half inches by seven
inches and up wide, including one and a
half indces in thicknes by seven in width.
For example: %, 1% ad 1% ianhes
thick by 7 inches and up, wide.

8antling shall embrace aB si from
two to five inches thicka- aad two to
six inches in width. For example: 2x,
2x3, 2x4, W2x, 2x, 3x3, 3x4, 3x6, 3A, 4x4,
4x5, 4x6, 5x5 and 5x8.
Plank.
Plank shall embrace all sies from one
and one-half to six inches in thieknes.
not including six inches by seven nches
and up in width. For example: 1%, 2,
2%, 3, 3%, 4, 4%, 5, %, 5%z7 whe
and up in width.


Dkissumm
Dimension sizes shal embras aN des-
6 inhe uaid up in thi ness se
inches and up in width, indndvlnga h
six. For example: te, ta7, 7x7,6' 3 -
and u
a t h
Stepping shall embrace am to tom a
a halinces in thiekame hby a 1,1m
and up in width. For am l 1, 1%
1%, 2 sad 2%x7 ad ap, I wid.
ReOgh eig or Iltch.
Rough Edge or Fiteh ashaB llr- all-
sies one inch and up In thkns by esb
inches and up in width, nawed e
sides only. For ex : 1, 1 2 S, 4
ad up thick by eight ahs s p wu M
sawed on two ide ly



Stand L
All lumber shall be ound, ap as eb-
jection. Wae may be allowed nowls-
of the width of the pee meseed aens
face of wane, exam oe-foath at the
length on one ecrne or ra equivalent ae
two or mone eaorerm

All sizes under anie flshe shl ow
heart entire length on on sd e ew d e,
sizes nine inhes and over shal srw
heart the entire length e two dh
sides. Wane may be allowed eM t e
the width of the piece meawue aeass
face of wane, and etendin es-feoth
the length of the piece a on- m er or
its equivalent on two or more ruma.

Scantling shell show heart on two faes
the entire length; other da s shall hew
two-thirds heart entire length on two
opposite sides. On not exceeding 5 pr
cent. of the piece, wam may be allowed
one-eighth of the width ao the pe mess-
ured across face of wae and exteM g
one-fourth of the length of the pise an
one eorer or its equival t an tw or
more e ars.


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Savamah.
Dublin, Dec. 8.-Arrived: Lord Iveagh,
SavrLah, via Cardiff.
Verie, Dee. &-Arrived: Clara, Savan-
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Baltimore, Dec. 9.-Arrived: Steamers
Belfast, Carkeston; Itasca, Savannah.
New York, Dee. 9.-Sailed: Steamer
Arapahoe, Charletbn and Jacksonville.
Punta Gorda, Dec 9.--chooner Alice E.
Clark sails to-day for Baltimore, McDon-
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Key West, Dee. 9.-Arrived: Steamer
Olivette, Turner, Port Tampa, and sailed
for Havana. Sailed: Tog Osceola, Tor-
tugas.
Fernandina, Dec. 9.-Sailed: Steamship
Pydna (Br.), Crossley, Norfolk; schoon-
era Martha E. Wallace, Ray, New York;


Jeremiah Smith, Flynn, Newark.
Port Tampa, Dec. 9.-Arrived: Mas-
cotte, Allen, Havana, via Key West. Sail-
ed: Schooner Malcolm B. Seavey, Atkins,
Baltimore; brig Alcaea, Ponthern, Havana.
Newport News, Dec. 9.-Arrived:
Steamer Dalwally (Br.), Ward, Galveston.
Sailed: Steamers Aquilla (Nor.), Ander-
son, Curacoa; Amsteldyk (Dutch), Van-
denheusel, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
Norfolk, Dec. 9.-Arrived: Steamers Pal-
atina (Br.), Jackson, Perth Amboy;
Athell (Br.), Watt, Baltimore; Granara
(Dan.), Jorgensen, Boston. Sailed:
Steamers Julia Luckenback, Reynolds,
New Orleans.
Charleston, S. C., Dec. 9.-Arrived:
Steamer Algonquin, Staples, Jacksonville,
and proceeded for New York. Sailed:
Steamers Fridtjof Hansen (Nor.), Gregor,
Bremen; Axminster (Br.), Stabler, Sape-
lo; schooners Adonis (Br.), Brown, Barba-


does; Frederick A. Duggan, Jayne, New
York.
Port Tampa, Dec. 9.-Cleared: Steam-
ers Eva (Nor.), Meyer, Geneo; Brayhead
(Br.), Moore, Galveston; Indra (Br.),
Wilkes, Bremen and Antwerp; barks Avo-
ca (Br.), Demier, Rio Janeiro; Augerona
(Nor.). G. Jertsen, Buenos Ayres. Sail-
ed: Steamer Consul Horn (Ger.), Amster-
dam and London.
Savannah, Ga., Dee. 8.-Steamers Fred-
erick, Robinson, Baltimore; Alleghany,
Dow, Philadelphia; City of Atlanta, Fish-
er, New York; Miguel de Larrinig (Br.),
Thomas. Manchester. Sailed: Schooners
Rebeceea M. Wall, Philsaelphia; Marie
Brown, New York; Earl of Abersden,
Bridgewater.
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The A nric a Forest CongressM

An Exhaustive Pi ogi am Arranged.


Extensive arrangements are being made
for a American Forest Congres to be
held at Waington, D. C., January 2-6,
19e -The oagress will b e mder the aus-
pices of the American Forestry Associa-
tion, of which HonoraMle James Wilson,
Secretary of Agriculture, is the presi-
dent. The purpose of the Cogree, as
atouAeed in the official all, is "to estab-
lah a broader understanding of the forest
in its relation to the great industries de-
pemding upon it; to advance the conserva-
tive use of the forest resources for both
the present and the future need of these
Sindustries; to stimulate and unite all
efforts to perpetuate the forest as a per-
manent resa ee of the Nation." Follow-
Ing .he a-n vement an exhaustive pro-
gramme is b&ng arranged, which will
make the Congress by far the most nota-
ble event in the history of American for-
estry.
The Congres will be thoroughly rep-
resentative of the great industrial inter-
eat which are directly and intimately
dependent for their well-being upon the
forests, as is ahown by the prominence of
of those who have already notified See-
retary Wilson of thar intention to at-
tend. Among them are the following
presidents of leading railroads: J. 3. Hill,
Samuel Speneer, Howard Elliott, B. L.
Whebell, Gen. W. Stevem, Russell Hard-
ing, Marvin Hughitt, L E. Johnson and
Colgate oyt. Practically all the great
railroads will be represented by their pres-
idMts, vice-preadenta or chief engineers.
Telgraph and telephone companies will
also have able representatives present.
The lumber interests will probably be
mre largely represented than any other.
Beh lumberme's association has the
privilege of appointing five delegates, and
a long iist of delegates is already on file
in the odee of. the secretary of the com-
mittee of arrangements. Among the prom-
inet lumbermen who will attend are: N.
W. Mesod, President National Lumber
Mg. Asaoiatio; Fred Weyerhaeuser, of
St. Paul; K. A. Long, President Southern
Lumber MfgL Association; sad the follow-
lag presidents of leading lumber compa-
aimo Garret 8cheak, of New York; Col.
Ge. Emerson, of Hoquiam, Wash., and
John L. Kaul, of irminq~-gi Ala. Most
of the lumber trade journals will be rep-
resented by their editors. The grazing
intrests will be represented by a number
of very inluential men from the Wetern
States, amomg them F. J. Hageabarth,
prmident of the National Live Stock Asso-
eiation; Jesse M. Smith, president of the
Utah Woolgrowers' Association; H. A.
SJatro, president of the Kern county (Cal.)
Cattle Growers' Association; and K. S.
SGosey, president of the Ariaona Wool-
growers' Association. oN less than eight
supervisors of forest resaves will be
present to participate in the discussions
on the reserves. The mining interests will
be represented by such men as John Hays
Hammond and T. J. Grier.
Among the governors who have express-
ed their intention of coming are Governor
Cummias, of owa; Governor Peabody, of
Colorado; and Governor Otero, of New
Mexico. The States of olorado, Florida,
Indiana, Isesourt, North Carolina, Ohio,
West Virginia, Maine and Pennsylvania
have already appointed full lists of dele.
teh. Dqlegetes are promised from most
of the remaialug States.


The interest of the Federal Government
in the Congress is evidenced by the facts
that the President of the United States
will deliver an address and receive the
delegates, that the Secretaray of Agricul-
ture will preside, and that the different
Government Bureaus especially concerned
with the forests, irrigation and the public
lands, will be fully represented. Prob-
lems affecting the forests and forest lands
as well as the great enterprises of mining
and grazing in the West, are now receiving
national attention and the deliberations
of the able men who will attend the
meeting will doubtless help immensely
toward their solution. In addition, it is
expected that valuable suggestions for the
improvement of present regulations con-
cerning lumbering and irrigation, which
are interwoven so intimately with forest-
ry, will be a result of the meeting.
The first meeting of the Congress will
be at noon, January 2, to attend in a
body the President's New Year's reception.
The four business days of this Con-
gress are each divided into two sessions,
morning and afternoon, all except the
session on Thursday afternoon to be held
in the National Rifles Armory, 920 G
street, northwest. The morning of Tues-
day, January 3, will be devoted to organ-
ization, to Secretary Wilson's address as
president of the Congress, and to brief ad-
dresses by prominent men. In the after-
noon the importance of the public forest
lands to irrigation and grazing will be
discussed. Presidents of Live Stock Asso-
ciations, men of large experience in graz-
ing, and those who have made a special
study of grazing in the forest reserves
will address the Congress. The irrigation
question will be treated by those in charge
of the Government's reclamation work, and
b representatives of the vast agricultural
interests so absolutely dependent upon
irrigatxi for existence.
Wednesday morning the subject for
consideration will be the lumber indus-
try in its relation to the forests. Promi-
nent lumbermen, editors of lumber trade
journals, representatives of woodworking
industries, and those having extensive
practical experience in forestry will read
papers. This session of the Congress will
be of exceptional interest and value. Many
questions of great practical and economic
importance have already been presented
for consideration.
Wednesday afternoon the importance of
public forts lands to mining will be dis-
cussed. The application and influence of
present land laws will be considered, and
the use of the forests in mining will be
handled by the foremost American stu-
dents of this question.
Thursday morning the Congress will con-
sider the forests in relation to railroad
supplies. The presidents and engineers of
some of the largest railroads of the Uni-
ted States will be the chief speakers at
this session. They will discuss the tre-
mendous demands of the railroads upon
the forests for ties and other timber and
consider means of solving this increas-
ingly serious problem. Officials of the
Bureau of Forestry will tell what is being
done in the way of extending the life of
timber by preservative treatment.
Thursday afternoon there will be a pop-
ular meeting at the Lafayette Theater,
admission by ticket. President Roosevelt,
Baro Sternberg the German Ambassador,


United States Senators and Representa-
tives especially conversant with forestry,
leading railroad men, lumbermen and
grazing men, and others prominent in
national life will address this meeting.
Friday morning the subject of national
forest policy will be taken up. The offi-
cials of the General Land Offiee, the Geo-
logical Survey, and the Bureau of For-
estry will open this question, which is
of as far-reaching importance as any ques-
tion which will come before the Congress.
The American Lumberman, one of the
leading trade journals of the United
States, comments thus on this feature of
the Congress:
"There will be born at this meeting,
or at some subsequent meeting which cir-
cumstances will compel the holding of at
no distant time, a forestry policy to be
enforced in all parts of this country which
will materially change existing methods


and insure that perpetuation of the lum-
her industry and the conervation of other
interests which must he instrumental in
advancing the general welfare."
Friday afternoon the Congres will close
its work with a session on State forest
policy.. Governors of States, State forest
officials, and agents of the Bureau of
Forestry who have been extensively en-
gaged in cooperative State. forest work
will treat this subject in a practical way
that will have a most beneficial mlt on
State forest legislation. Laws a-ecting
the protection and use of forests will be
acted upon this winter by legislatmes in
no less than a dozen States.
At all the sessions, in addition to the
prepared papers, thorough discussion, so
far as time will permit, will be invited.
The highest purpose of the Congress is
to point the way to the best use of the
forests.


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14 THE WUUILY INDUSTRIAL UDOORD.


Suit Involving Millions of Acres

Litigation T sting Almost a Century,


After seventy-six years' litigation, a
Forida suit, involving 3,000,000 acres of
land was decided by Judge Locke in the
United States Court at Jacksonville this
week in favor of the conmpii.i.t i and
against the United States.
t was the suit of Theodore Dalcour et
a. vs. the United States, and involved
what is known as the Forbes purchase,
consisting of 1,200,000 acres of land east
of the Ap---hiol-. river and 1,800,000
acres west of that river.
Suit for possession of the lands em-
braced in the Forbes purchase was first
intituted in 188N, under the act of Con-
gao under which all Spanish land grant
claims were brought. Judge Breckinridge
of the United States Court decided at
that time against the claimants on the
geond tha under the act of Congress
of 1818 the eort had no jurisdiction to
pa upon the title to the grant, because
the grant was dated subsequent to the
time the treaty between the United States
and Spain allowed for confirmation of
title to such grants.
Oo. W. W. Dewhurst, of St. Augustine,
who has been attorney for complainants
in the suit in which the decree was ren-
dared yesterday, has contended all along
that Judge Breekinridge did not pass upon
the merits of the grant in his decision, but
only a the question of the court's juris-
dieton at that times
Attorneys for the Government have con-
teoded that the decision of Judge Breck-
indge was nal. In 180, Congress en-
ated a law authorizing suits to be again
brgt on Spanish grant clims and pro-
vied that thee giants, made during the
Spanish occupation of Florida, might be
oafrms&
Cosotbltie Sougainad
The United States did not take pos-
session of Florida until July, 1821, and as
this grant in controversy was dated Jan-
ury 10, 1818, it came directly under the
terms of the act of Congress of 1860. In
his degree Judge Loeke decides that the
act of 1800 directly authorizes his court
to passupon the validity of grants made
after the time mentioned in the treaty,
but prior to the time the Spaniards trans-
ferred the sovereignty of Florida.
It appears as a matter of history that
before Florida was ceded to the United
states may large grants were made by
pain, and among others were two im-
mese grants, one known as the Forbes
purchase, comprising 1,0000 acres of land
east of the Apalachicola river, was made
to John Forbes & Co, or rather, the Span-
ih Government confirmed the grants made
by the Indians to this land.
About this same time Forbes presented
to the Spanish Government certain claims
for losses and advances made the Govern-
-mat by him. The Captain-General al-
lowed these claims, and made a grant to
Forbes of 1,800,000 acres of land on the
wet aide of the Apalachicola river, em-
bracng what is now Franklin County and
a large portion of Washington County.
While these proceedings to secure the
great were begun in January, 1818, the
grant was not actually made until March,
1818, which fact prevented the grant being
coaErmed, under the former laws, prior
to the act of 1800, as all former laws re-
stricted the courts to the confirmation of
grats made within the terms of the


treaty not later than January, 1818.
After the passage of the act of 1800,
the heirs of Forbes employed counsel, who
instituted suit in 1875 in the United States
District Court for the Northern District of
Florida.
Caused a Delay.
Soon after the institution of this suit
a gentleman from Scotland came over here
and secured a judgment against the ad-
ministrator of the estate of John Forbes
for $2,000,000 in the Circuit Court of the
State of Florida. As soon as this judgment
was entered, the counsel in the land case
realized that to continue the prosecution
of their claim would simply be prosecut-
ing in the interest of the judgment credi-
tor, so the prosecution was delayed until
they could appeal the Circuit Court ease,
wherein judgment had been secured.
It was not until 1887 that the judgment
was reversed in the State Supreme Court,
and the case was dismissed. In the mean-'
time all of the counsel in the land ease
had died or become inipecitated Then,
in 1891, the United States Courthouse in
Jacksonville was burned, and all of the
records in the land cases were destroyed,
not a vestige remaining.
In 1886 Colonel W. W. Dewhurst had
been retained by certain of the Forbes
heirs to contest the judgment for the $2,-
000,000, on the ground that the debt had
been paid. In his investigations in that
suit Colonel Dewhurst had made memo-
randa of the pleading in theland suit.
After the fire which destroyed the records
in the United States Court, he had the
data, but not sufficient to restore the lost
records. In the meantime, though Colonel
Dewhurst had found that the counsel who
had obtained the $2,000000 judgment had
made complete copies of all the records in
the land suit, and had the same in his
possession.
Restored the Records.
Then the point was to get these copies,
Colonel Dewhurst finally succeeded in get-
ting these copies, and the widow of Ed-
ward Janin, former counsel in the land
suit, produced the data kept by her hus-
band. The court became satisfied that the
copies presented were genuine copies, and
in 1896 an order was made by the court
restoring the records of the long suspended
case.
Then the real contention began. The
Government made every objection possible
and contested vigorously every point pos-
sible. Special assistants from the office
of the Attorney General were associated
with the United States Attorney for this
district and it has been a hard-fought
case. The suit has been pending for such
a length of time that many of the original
parties have died. It has, however, been
revived in the name of the legal repre-
sentatives of those who died, against the
continued objections of the Government's
counsel.
After that Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pen-
sacola, one of the most brilliant attor-
neys and counsellors at law in the State,
was associated with Col. Dewhurst, and
the latter says that Mr. Blount's assist-
ance has been invaluable to him in this
case.
The Government has contested the con-
firmation on the ground that Judge Breek-
inridge's decision, made in 1830, was final.


Counsel for the complaianta finally pro-
duced testimony to show that the Govern-
ment had discovered the original grant
made by the Captain-General of Cuba in
1818 and produced this original grant in
evidence.
When the original grant was produced
it appeared that although made in March,
1818, it had been altered to purport to
have been granted January 10 181. The
Government's counsel cotended that the
alteration nullified the grant. Measr
Dewhurst and Blount produced authori-
ties to contrary and yesterday they se-
cured their decree.
Settlers Not ANeett.
Fortunately for the present holders of
some of the land conveyed in the original
grant, the act of Congress of 1800 provides
that suits brought under the act should
not interfere with titles made by the Uni-
ted States to lands. At the time the
suit was brought there were something
over 1,000,00 acres of the grant not dis-
posed of. Now there is still about 400,-
000 acres which under the decree of tVe
court will have to be patented by the
United States to the complainants in the
suit. The court directed that patents is-
sued for all of the land held by the Gov-
ernment and embraced within the grant
and that certilcates, or scrip, be issued
to the complainants as compensation for
the lands included in the grant which
have already been disposed of by the Gov-
ernment.
Therefore, settlers on the land holding
Government titles to the same need not
fear that they will be dispossessed.
CoL 3. N. Stripling, United States At-
torney, representing the Government in
this suit, has given notice of appeal from
Judge Locke's decree.



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The Wire Virgin Gum Co.,
h now ready to give you all the information you may want coserning the
way we are now gtheing virgin gum from high boxes. By the s of a
tin lip put up dose to the chipping and so arranged to cause the m to
strike wire and follow same down to the box, not striking the fae co the
tree. Wire is fastened on by two small nails, one just above the lip and
the other at uppr edge of the dbox, and stretched tit so ae to ke
gum from drippl off, thereby making virgin gum and more of it. There
are many benedts ad big pay where parties can get a good many igh baes
For further information write to
THE WIRE VIRGIN GUM CO.. TIFTON. GA.


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erbert A. Pord. Geo. H. PFrl, P. L. Wats,
President. Vice-Prs. Camser.

The Central National Bank of Oeala
OCALA, FLOBIDA.
CAPITAL, *50,000.00.
DrucrosU: R. L. Anderson, R. Hall, Edward Rller, J. K. Chrisin, Ge.
MeKay, Geo. H. Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
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WE WRMTING ADVXRTISERS
MEOrrNOn T=H RECORD.

CYPRESS WATER TANKS
Bet in the World
For delived pries write,
Crs Tank C0.h Mebnit,


KIRK & JONES
DRUGGISTS.
107 N. BAY ST.
MAIL ORDERS 80LIOITED.
dACKSONVILLE. PLA.


M. W, LARENDON,

Naval Stores

Coirmission Merchants.
ROm, 9URPmTnm TA, PITCH,
Gm T"EX, iM ETC.


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Trade Checks
FOR THE

USiMSIRi Y i IhS.
THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD
manufactures more of them
than all the printing and office
supply houses in the South
combined.
Send all orders for Com-
missary Checks, any color, any
denomination, padded or loose
to the

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Must Hold Down Box Cut
Carraway, Fla., Dec. 2, 1904.
Turpentine Operators' Association, Jack-
sonville, Fla.:
Your letter of Nov. 29th to hand anil
will say that I am with you at any and
all times for the protection and better-
ment of our industry. I hope all the
operators can see what is ahead for us and
hold in before At is too late.
W. E. CARRAWAY.
Fenholloway, Fla., Nov. .0, 1904
M!r. H. A McEachern, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Dear Sir: We are in receipt of your
favor of 26th inst. relative to the con-li-
t'ons anl prospects of the turpentine mar-
ket.
We trust that every operator will stand
by the promise made to the T. 0. A. at
Jacksonville, and as for our part we only
have few boxes cut last season and ex-
pect to reduce this at least to 20 per cent.
less than last year, regardless of what
others do. Hoping you may be success-
ful in showing the operators where they
stand, and the great necessity of the re-
duction in box cut required by the Asso-
ciation and that they will act accordingly
before it is too late,
C. B. M'LEOD & CO.,
By C. B. McLeod.
Standard Clothing Co.
We believe we are correct in saying that
the Standard Clothing Co., of 17 and 19
West Bay Street, are probably at the
present moment bur most progressio-e
clothiers in the city. This is their Christ-
mas gift, an offering to all: They will
give to every cash purchaser of 50 cents
or over, a coupon and when you have
traded to the amount of $10 they will
present you with a splendid gift of a
Busy Bee Talking Machine. This is cer-
tainly an exceedingly generous offer. Of
course, their up-to-date stocks of clothing
and hats for both men and moys are most
complete, besides which they probably
carry the largest stock of exclusive makes
of clothing of any firm in the city.
Leake & McNel.
We are pleased to notice the great trade
that is being done by the firm of Leake
& McNeil, the druggists, at all of their
three stores on West Bay Street. It is al-
ways a great pleasure to recommend our
friends to a firm from whom all medicines
can be obtained with absolute security as
to the prescription department, and also
that which is of equal importance, the
character of the drugs dispensed, these
being of the highest quality. We would
also with to point out that the quality
of the soft drinks to be hand at their
stores is on a par with their drugs, viz.:
the very highest.
The Rathakeller.
If the expert.diner does what we expect
he does, being continuously on the look-
out to please the "inner man," he will
surely find his way to that most elegant
saloon recently opened by that enterpris-
ing caterer for the public, A. Jacobs, "The
Rathskeller," in the Blum Building on
West Forsyth Street. We believe that
Jacksonville has secured (or its Christ-
Inas present the most charming and desi-
rable of all gifts. Its table d'hote is sim-
ply superb and cannot be surpassed by
any of the most ifted French restaurants
in Paris. Of course it is amply supported
by the choicest wines, liquors and cigars,
and he who has not dined there during
the coming holidays, can be said with all
truth not to have been in Jacksonville at
all.


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Fo1 Sale
SSeven Room House, corner Hubbard and Sixth BA.t, SpriagL Ters.
Eight Room House, Fourth Stone of the saest resdemees in the eiy.
SExtra large lot; house ha all modern improveme.rtA Owner having lty.
SSpecial price for quick ale.
Eight Room House Oak St., Riverside; all modern; ales yar, barn
and buildings. Houe faces the river. Very durable.
Lots in all parts of the city. Now is a good time to invest in Jackma-
4 ville real estate.
North End lota are the greatest value ever plser on this market. Ol
Down and $1.00 per month.


SBrobston, Fendig & Co.







SThe Rathskeller
S117 Wet Forsyth St.. Jacksonville, F.


Imported 4 Domestic Wines,
3 LIQUORS AND CIGARS.


Select place for dining. Finest service in the South.
Business Men's Lunch 12.00 to 2 0. Open Sundays.

ALEC JACOMB. PILOPMITOBL



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C.C. BUTLER

: The Mail Order Man of J.ckonvllHe.
Wiahea you the compliments of the mass
* and would like to furnish

i Your Christmas Jug

My stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars is complete.
Try F" ur Fun QOuares of ear F.men

Union County Rye "::::.- $3.00
Write for Plese Lt*.


McMurray Livery, Sale and Transfer Co.
HORSES AND MULES.
We carry the largest stock of any stable In the oty. ad have alway
on hand 1W to =U bead at all khtes a ie. It In asi dt ear, tvs
us a call or write for what you want.
Z. W DAXAOM, Manaer., Jadavlf


"Kingan 's Reliable."

Hams, Lard, Shoulders, Cheese, Bacon, Sausage,
Canned Meats, Butter, THE BEST ON EARTH.
Eastern and Western Dry Salt Meats. Orders flled at lowest mar-
ket price. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. Se quotations-
thispaper.
KINGAN & CO., Ltd., E. BAY ST.,JACKSONVILLE, PLA.


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TE RECORD'8 OIICES.


CI. aen hio e t Ha. ix Smh San
Stro, Ja avifll, Nio., in th very hert
of the 1y1t tulretine and y w im

MMe Aim, Oa., OEM I is ated the
Eumitas 3RiiNg e. mI Atlanta is

tmade at the ethire oSeth.
The hr ih. Gas, ee is in the Beard
d Tmft h gl lmeaak is the Ia-
g om a l tes mmu t he the wU W .

PATMNIZg ADVERTISERS.
Readers of the Industrial Record are
urged to patronize advertisers found in
these colmnna. They think enough of
your trade to solicit it through your trade
journal In soliciting it they offer you
bargain. The Record's advertisers are all
reliable-we accept no other kind-and in
patroniing you will confer a favor not
only upon the advertiser but upon your-
self and your paper.

OVKE-PRODUCTIOW-LOOK AT COT-
TOM.
The salvation of the naval stores indus-
try depends upon conervatism in produc-
tion. Over-produce and the average ope-
rator will-lose money; many of them will
lose everything they have. Hold the pro-
duction down to a place below the con-
sumptivr demands and all will be well.
It is up to the operators to "make a
break." Right now, at the beginning of the
box-cutting season, is the time to con-
sider. The curtailment must be in the
box cutting. No better illustration of the
wisdom of this appeal to hold down pro-
duetion ean be given than in the record
that the cotton market has made in the
last few year. Look at cotton a few
months ago at fourteen cents and over.
Look at ft to-day at less than eight. Mil-
lions of dollars lost to the producers.
Why? Over-production. Too much acre-
age. Too many boxes will mean the same
thing to the trpentine operator.


THE RECORD FOR 1905.
The management of the Record Com-
pany is preparing a number of New Year
surprises for its patrons and friends.
In the first place a great many im-
provements will be made in the Weekly
Industrial Record. It will appear largely
in a "new dress," and the editorial de-
partment will add many new and interest-
ing features. Regular correspondents will
be established in the large market cen-
ters, a travelling staff correspondent will
be placed on the road, illustrations will
be used more frequently, the naval stores,
lumber and all pine product markets, as
well as the grocery market, will be given
closer attention, and on the whole the
paper will be better and brighter and more
entertaining and instructive than ever be-
fore.
The Industrial Record has had a most
phenomenal success. For this it owes
much to the true and faithful friends it
has made among the "men in the woods."
That it has enlisted their friendship is
because it has been true and faithful to
them. The Record is the champion of
the producing interests. It has stood
loyal to this interest; there is no influence
under Heaven that can make it waver.
The Record enjoys a large advertising
patronage. The reason is apparent to any
business man. It is the one paper fead
by all the turpentine operators, a large
number of the sawmill men and business
people generally. An advertiser is looking
for results. The Record has been able to
produce results, and the consequence is its
advertising space is valuable and in ready
demand.
This is the happy Yule-tide season when
we should be mindful not only of our
own happiness and comfort, but of those
around us, and especially those who are
not so fortunately blessed. Happiness is
in making others happy. The New Year
will bring new hopes, new aspirations, new
plans. As the old year is dying amid the
season of peace a nd good cheer let us
all make the most of it, in decency and
love, and be prepared to enter upon our
new year's duties refreshed in mind, morals
and body.
To this end the Record extends to all
of its friends the compliments and best
wishes of the season.


UP TO THE PRODUCER.
To the producers of Spirits and Rosin
in the South:
There has been much said about curtail-
ing the consumption of naval stores, but
little done in the last year. I see in last
week's Record a remedy, if applied. That
is, call a meeting of the association, form
resolutions and stop the anticipated heavy
cut. I see danger staring every operator
of naval stores in the face. I have lived
almost as long in the naval stores busi-
ness as Congressman George D. Tillman,
of South Carolina, said it took to raise
a set of d- n fools, which he said was
every thirty-five years. Now, brother, I
don't think it takes thirty-five years to
raise a set of turpentine fools. We every-
one know what put spirits to 66 cents a
gallon and we all know what will put it
to 35 cents or even lower-no use for
me to mention what it is. Will you ac-
cept the opportunity of using the remedy
to put spirits back to 65 cents? If so,
call your association together, form reso-
lutions and carry them out and you can
save the good business (while I am out
of it, I love it) and carry it to a sue-
cess.


Don't say you ea't do.it. How was
it when we tackled it four years ago. You
haven't half to do we did then. I have
followed this business from Charleston,
S. C., to Jacksonville, Fla. I have seen
the ups and downs of the naval stores
market for years, but I have never seen
a time when low prices for spirits and
rosin would be so ruinous as now.
Heretofore you had cheap everything,
now you have a top price on everything
you use.
-One more thought: Every man who
breaks in the turpentine business in the
future will never own another. We are
too near the end.
Be brave soldiers, front the evils and
kill the enemy. D. R. EDWARDS.
Lawtey, Fla.


PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT.
The Bureau of Forestry is making ex-
haustive tests to determine the best grade
of creosote oil for use in wood preserva-
tive treatment. The supply of the kinds
of timber which are naturally most re-
sistant to decay is diminishing so rapidly
that substitutes will have to be found
within a few years at furthest. Already
the railroads are face to face with a tie
famine from the exhaustion of the woods
hitherto most used, especially white oak.
There are plenty of substitutes, but they
all decay so fast in their natural state
that though their first cost is low their
use is very expensive. In Europe this
difficulty was met long ago by devising
methods of artificial preservation by
which, for example, a beeeh tie, which if
untreated will decay in from four to five
years, is made to lat thirty years or
more. This result is obtained by impreg-
nating it with ereoeote oil.
Other preservative materials are in ex-
perimental use in this country, but none
gives more promising results in the in-
creased length of service secured. At
present mot of the creosote oil for this
purpose is being obtained from European
sources. Quantities sufficient for our use
are produced in this country, but the
grades are so many, and, for the most
part, so inferior that they are but little
used.
About 1,000 samples of this oil, both
native and European, have been tested
by the Bureau to determine what grade
gives the best results. This involves find-
ing out the grade of oil which both moat
readily enters the wood and also stays in
the longest time. The first will hasten
and cheapen the process, the second will
insure the greater permanence et the
treatment.
The necessity for wood preservative
treatment is beyond the theoretical stage.
It is a question of recognized and vital
importance, especially to the railroads and
telegraph and telephone companies, whose
bills for constant renewals of ties and
polesare enormous. The oil tests the Bu-
reau is making are therefore of large and
immediate practical value.

An Alcohol Swindl
The following clever swindle has been
practised upon many Paris chemists lately.
Owing to the heavy duty on alcohol all
sorts of schemes are devised to smuggle
it into Paris without th knowledge of the
octroi. Therefore, when an individual pre-
sented himself to a certain chemist and
explained that he had been successful in
bringing into Paris a large number of bar-
rels of alcohol and was now offering it at
extraordinarily cheap prices, the chemist


jumped at the opportunity at strikg
bargain. A few days afterwaes the bar-
rel arrived. "Take a sample ad .vify
its strength," said the smunger. The
chemist tapped the barrel, sad n. a
measure with the alcohol which amn aFt,
He found that the alcohol was indw
of the inest quality, ad pold the am
asked for the barrel. Unfortunately, how.
ever, the only alcohol which the ba l
contained was held in a lile tin me
placed immediately behind the bang-bal
The remainder of the tub was 11se w1i
Seine water, which was not evm gCItd.
The swindler triumphs all the mr, l-
cause the victims dare not complain to
the police.

Auborndale, Fla. De. 8, 1186.
Industrial Record, Jacksounvre, FIL:
Gentlemen: At the regular s-tig
to-day of the Pol Omanty 8 4 -Amsls-
tion of Turpentine Operator, the fellow-
ing resolution was passed, and we trIt
you will act upon this matter as re-
quested:
Resolved, second, That this Bm-Asso-
ciation request all factors to ask ther
customers through circular letters to e-
duce their ent to as few boxes as paei ,
and where they are in a position to do
so, not to cut any boxes at all, far te
situation looks dangerous.
G. V. TILMAN, Prst
A. P. MALOY, V. P.
J. W. CROsBY, Seey.

Amang the Operates.
H. E. Pritehett, of MeRae, a., was
among the prominent naval store me
in the ety this wk.

Mr. F. R. Moinnel, of Bartow, fla,
spent last Tuesday in the city.

W. N. Mattox, a leading tnrpentin ope-
rator of Cartersville, spent several day
in the eity this week.
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Capt. W. Hillman, of Ive Oak, was
among the operators in te city yestr-
day.

Mr. W. C. Jackson, of Grmen Osaw
Springs, spent several days in town this
week.

D. E McKeithan, one of the best known
young men in the business, located s
Baldwin, was in the city to-day.

Mr. U. Durham, of Middebrg, spent
last Wednesday in te city.

Mr. F. A. Coleman, of Camboh, a.,
was here yesterday.

Mr. D. R. Edwards, of Lwtey, was ee
to-day.

Mr. J. W. Callahan, one of Georgia'
mast prosperous naval stores manufartu-
rers, spent several days in Jacksonviml
this week.

W. W. Brown, of Oange Pak, was
among the leading operators register
at the Aragon this week.

Mr. A Campbell, of Durham, Fl, speat
Tuesday in the city.

Mr. J. C. Edwards, of Waller, Fa, wa
in the city this week.

J. R. Wilon, of Callahan, spent Mrdy
in Jacksonvile.


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Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture Co.
312-314 Maln Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Exceptional Special for Christmas.

We want to call your attention to a few special goods that we have exclusive sale
on, Besides these we are in a position to give you anything in the furnishing line
for less money than elsewhere. Being connected with the various Rhodes Stores of
the South, we buy goods in larger quantity and give our customers the benefit of the
Discount1


BED#BOX COUCH,

z. As a bed this couch is comfortable, fall si, and aen account of its being male
of cead makes it free frees bugs.
As a box, it is roomy and the liini being cedar, your clothes are alway
kept swet and free from moths.
3. An a couch it makes a hanmlm. piece of furdtur cver with fablcord
-looks just like leather, nd isold under a strict guarantee.




Ro F, C, Steel Couch and Davenport
Thui i not the cheap one that is usually sold, but oe that will make a good bed and comfortable as bed and coach.
Come and we will show you both and will sell you none but the best. Accept nomebut the F. C.




Buck Stoves and Ranges. .
Thm goods. are mold under a guarantee. You make no mistake when you buy
a BUCK, from the cheapest store to the beet range.



Cedar Box Couch,
Yeu need one of these in your hoeae. We want to sll it to you. A look at
these goam will convince you that they cannot be excelled. All ot of town bus-
ies promptly whipped.

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FOR. CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
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Fw Ladis anmd Gentlrenmn


Breakfat a Ia carte. Luncheon 12 to 2:30, 50c. Table d'hote
dinner, 6 to 9 p. m., 75c. Oysters on half shell. After theater
lunches a speealty.


25 MAIN STREET,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


A Handsome Basket of flowers
Sor a
Choice Bunch of Roses
Make a tasteful and appreciated Xma or New Yers present.

SMILLS, ?he Florist,
PHONE 715. 36 WEST FORYTU STIE T .
Will give prompt attention to your order.


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Comfort on rForida RLoade inured by
our Cars. Superior In Quality of Work-
manaip and Material. uoethr with
Correct Enanerlng aLnd Deligne.


G. R. CRAMPLAIN.
P. L. SUTHiERLAND
SViAe-P9ia09tL.
I. A. CILOOVER.,
Semoieay 4 'Tremew.


East Coast Automobile Co.,
Dealers In

Automobiles and Marine Engine Supplies.
18-20-22 OCEAN STREET.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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.Special Inducements in Furniture
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE

We are making special inducements in Furni-
ture for the holiday trade. We expected to be
in our new building for Christmas, but have been
disappointed, therefore we intend to close out
every piece of Christmas goods at ACTUAL COST.
We have a large line of fancy and medium-priced
Dressers, Toilet Tables, Desks, Center Tables,
Sideboards, Chiffoniers, Bookcases, Iron Beds,
Lamps and Rugs; also a fine line of Dining
Tables, Art Squares and Fancy Rockers from
$1.00 up. 40,000 yds. Matting at 15c. per yard.
Dinint Chairs and Rockers a Specialty.
Cal mid see or re mlt wbat you desare.

JNO. A. CUNNINGHAM, RLDLE INFurniture
Masonic Temple, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



V. E. JACOBS & CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1890.
Our Success the result of Merit.
General Satisfactin to our Customers
Uniform high quality of our wares.
14 Y earsStandard of low prices enforced.

Fine Diamond Jewelry, Imported and Domestic Clocks, Rich Cut Glass,
Stylish Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver Tableware, Imported Decorated China,
Solid Gold Watches, Sterling Silver Novelties, Sterling Handle Umbrellas,
Gold Filled Watches, Sterling Toilet Sets, Imported Bric-a-brac.
and everything vuually sold in an up-to-date Jowelry Store.

V. E. JACOBS t CO., Popular Jewelers,
311 WEST BAY SIKLLE,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Man Orders Receive Careful Attention. No Charge for Engraving.
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J. PAanmO. AumR 8.& HumamMa. Arnas P. Paar
Presmeno Viee-PrmeseMLam. c r.
The Mercantile Exchange Bank,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
CpitlL $200.000. Surplus. $100.000
STATE DEPOSITARY.
Gem al Pmins. Ineso Pad em Savins Depositi. Safe Deposit Bozes. WO per TYr.


Review of Naval Stores for a Week


Sfaite for the Week at Savamh.
Price Repta ales Exp. 1906
Mon., Dec. 5 4 1 69 68 86 66
Tues., Dec. 150 1 80 151 584
Wed., Dee. 7 481 317 100 0 O
Thur., Dee. 8 48W 1 478 00 0

Reim for the Week at Savanah.
Monday, Dec. 5. Last Year.
WW ........ .. .10 3.0
WO ......4.... .75 3.25
N ............ 450 3.0
M.. ............ 4.0 2.0
K .. ...... .... 3.90 2.80
I .............. .3 2.55
H .. ........ .. .80 .36
G .............. .. 26 2.30
F ...... ........ 2 2.20
B--------------------.55 3S.20
D... ..... .... ..32J% 320
ABC ....... ..... 50 .0
,Receipts 2,00, salesl,32, exports 8,919.
Tuesday, Dec. 6-BRoes firm; receipts,
2^41; sales, 1,864; sipments, 4.067.
Quote: AB, $2.0; D, $2521-2; E,
$.55; F, 0; 0, $26; H, 2.-80; I,
$35; K, 3.9; M, $ 30; N, 4.50; WG,
*.75; WW, *5.1I
Wednesday, Dee. 7.-Rosin firm; receipts
1,486, sale 1,731. Quote: A, B and C,
$au 1-2; D, $.2 1-2; E, $2.55@0$.57 1-2;
F, $.57 1-2@$.60; 0, $U 1-2@(.66; H,
2.8 1-2; I, 3.3; K, 3.90; M, $430; N,
4.50; window glass, 4.75; water white,

Thursday, Dee. 8.-osin frm; receipts
S,1a; msals 3,1s; shi entos 6. Quote
A, B., C,$ 1-2; D, W 1-2; U$2.5@
$2.7 1-2; F, $57 1-2ag.00; G, $.2 1-2
(4.65; H, 2.7s5S2.77 1-2; I, *3.00o
$ I31-2; K, $3.90; M, 430; N, $4.0;
WG, $4.75; WW, $5.10

savmieh Naval serm As tm
Spirit. Roain.
Stock April 1 ........... 6,48 44,550
Beeeipts Dee. 8 ......... 478 2,926
Receipts previously ......156,238 467,
Totalb ............168,211 514978
Exports Dee. 8 .............. 35
Exports previously ......12,251 464,011
Total ..............129,21 44,363
Stock Dee. 8 ............ 33,000 50,15
Stock previously ........ 10,353 75,139 j


Tolr, Hart & Co's Rview.
New York, Dee. 6, 1904.
The Industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Spirits Turpentine-During first half of
the week market continued to decline un-
til sales were made below 50 cents. Mar-
ket reached bottom Friday, after which
it advanced steadily in sympathy with
higher prices South. Stock, 965 barrels.
We quote Machines 53 cents.
Rosin-The market is rather quiet, low
grades easy, pales steady. We quote BC,
$2.90; D, $2.95; E, $3.06; F, $3.15; G,
$3.20; H, $3.26; I, $3.00; K, $4.10 to $4.15;
M, $4.86; N, 4.85; WG, $5.20; WW, $5.46.
TOLAR, HART & 00C.

Bailey & Montomery's Review.
New York ,December 7, 1904.
Spirits Turpentine-Stock 910 barrels.
The market during the week has dis-
played a more steady tone, owing to the
advance in the Southern markets, and
business has been on a larger scale.
Thursday, Dec. 1--601-2c. a. m.; 60 c.
p. m.
Friday, Dec. 2-60c.
Saturday, Dee. 3-401-2 a. m.; s1c. p.
m.
Monday, Dec. 5- c.
Tuesday, Dec. 6-S c.
Wednesday, Dec. 7-63.
Rosin--Stock, 18,450 barrels.
This market has had a setback on the
lower grades; pales, however, are steady,
business fair.
AC, 2.90; graded, D, $3.00; E, $3.06
to $3.10; F, $3.10 to $3.15; G, $3.15 to
$3.20; H, $3.20 to 3.25; I, $3.60 to $3.66;
K, $4.15; M, $4.60 to $4.65; N, $4.80 to
$4.90; WG, $.05 to $6.10; WW, $6.35 to
$5.40.
Mr. Richard M. Sasmett, one of the
most popular young men in the naval
stores business, and connected with the
Hillman-Sutherland Co., has purchased an
automobile to take his friends around in.
Dr. Chas. Herty, of Green Cove Springs,
spent several days in the city this week.

Anyone Wishing
a limited amount of paper cups to be
delivered from January 10 toFebruary 10,
and as late as March 10 can get them
of Vickers patent by writing-
E. L VICKERS,
TITON. GEORGIA.


SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES RECORD FOR 1903.04 AND TWO
PREVIOUS YEARS.


1908-04 1902-03 1


TrbaLs ............................
Toai l .. ......... ....................
Sirie ..................................

Mb a, Wb .......... ....................

=Rlt.- eMC.............................

New York
RPeaa &% sb ..............................
k ...... ........................


ik .............. .........


198,647
650,988
844,586

188,398
752,270

98.884
888,171

85,658
87,853

59,351
826.746


292496
940,507
1,23838

296,430
975,428

206,109
504,178

42,765
138,121

87,556
387,784


1901-02


814,846
1,071,440
1,385,786

814,876
62,687

217,446
585,042

53,797
129,059

48,633
898,586


IT ed0 b 9189100 we Ism than 190.5 by AsW gata and of athf 239450 hawk


Crop at Spirit

Spirits.
Wanumml .... .. .... 1
Charet.. ......... SM
Savanna.. ........T1761
Brumh k.. .. ......... I6
MNam ...............S
New Oriem.......... 9..3.
Oumraell...... ...... loe-
Georgbtow.. .... ... 7,
Pmmeola.. ...... .. 4,W6
Jax. & Femadim.. .... LiJ1
Tama ...... ........ I-ed
Tota .... .. ...... AMUA


aid Roean for Three Yew&
Ros4n. Rode -

am 36110 3A15 N151

134,81 a" 2"j" "As 9510A
131 I%1 161 *A U owUe
Iwo ^1548,4 5,m.,
desed oft =AM =T . =TP

4'91W4 10,331046M5 AM1 sU
SOON 535 near 1513 3I6U
uuun apes an1 :NA"
npn -9k =U ~_
InU 571,6 3,11.13 Sl~ 6648rr


TI adf T phetimt to U. I
The following table eompied by James Watt & Se of liead- fr the
ofieial return. For eomvenimes of eomparison we have turned swts lato hbrisL
-320 ewt. equal 100 barrels.
1I7 I08 100 1o 1K1 1M8 1 38
From U. S., bbl. .... 1561 17 3,7 1406,3 174M44 i 'l 14U
From Frana, bble.... 161 a" 517 23 1-- 6 4A
From other countries 1,484 S 50 0s1 Ma on MI
15,3W 174,3 149,942 177,53 196,341 7TM6 Id140
From Russia .......... ,815 4.18 4,08 8,j1 M 711 11,JMS
Total Bares .. 17,1M 170 lAW 164 IM4 1 0 SG1g0 IM, l4Mgg
Thus the import of Rusia Turpetine (or Wood pirit) in 1MI was deAnl
that of 180, ad ovr six times as muh a in 187. It is ntermting to m how
this import fustuates with the pries of American Turpentie.
Percentage of Impat of Rus ..1.70 2.33 2. 4.57 341 5.6 1OM
CAv. PriVc A PR. TuIrp las .3.14 S6 3-1 ,T4 U1 WT1 T 4

COMPARATIVE PRCU OF UPIU=S AT SAVANNAH I=3 HT TYEAI


April 1 .................
April 8 ..................
April 1.................
April 22 ..................
April 32 ...................
May ....................
May 13 ...................
May 20 ..................
May 27 ....................
June 3 ...................
June 10 ......... .......
June 17 ..................
June 24 ..................
July 1 ..................
July 8 ...................
July 15 ....................
July 22 ...................
July 28 ....................
Aug. 4 ...................
Aug. 12 .........................
Aug. 19 ..................
Aug. 26 ............ .....
Sept. 2 ........... ..
Sept. 9 .............. ..
Sept. 16 .......................
Sept. 23 ...................
Sept. 30 ...............


19046-f
ND
53
54%
0%
56
53%
54%


83%
56

53%
52%
52%
53%
53%
58%
51%
64%
SZ%


a
53%
54%


1903-04
ND
50
49%
47
45
45
47%
47%
49
45%
46
46V%
47%
47%
47%
48
49%
40%
582
65@%
54
54%
56%
57
556


AL A. BRIGGS, Presideat.
aE C. BRIGGO, 1" VlaePredeaL.


1918-40 I UU-4
42%
4% a%
d43 -dS %-U
43 5
45
46 U1
45% a%
47% U
48% 3S%-%
47% 34%
45% 33%
44% 36%
44% "
43% 34
46% U
44% 3a

48"
46% 38%
47% 34


m10 1m0wN. 10 Vie
J0. MODONlIA Sse'y a


51%
5%
40
a7%
404A
47
46
40
40


46%

43%
48%



25%
WA


27%
Dr


I.
eepncless,
MAlsms.


W. H. Briggs Hardware Co,


VALDOSTA. GA.
Sole Southern Agent for-

RIXFORD AXES.


They are the BES. Others imitate but aoe do-
plicate. They are made of the best steel, have the fiest
temper, hold the keenest edge. ut better and last nger
than any other axe.
This has all been proved by years otatual us.


SeUd us year ordera.


W. H. RIGGS HARDWARE COMPANY,
Vaesta, Gerg.


Printing Send yourorder to the Indti
Record. Prompt nd atisfactory
service guaranteed. South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.


, TBH N TAn n.RTT OF OUR ADVIRTISRS VOUCID IOR.


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. . E -+ r, - - --


The Ckhlatier*-eev Drug Co.
That merit wins every time in this busy
world of push and progress, there seems
to be no doubt, and thi can truly be said
o The Chrisate-Groover Drug Co, whole-
ale drug bea of this city. Step by step
they hav- scaled the ladder of progress
until rno, reaching the top rung, they
-ta preeminent among the most reliable
wholsale drggists. If you go to their
ie store you will see how perfect a piece
of machinery it is, and although we with
pleasure speak of the splendid qualityy of
their Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals,
EBtraets. Rods-Water Supplies, Stationery
and French Perfumes, we cannot refrain
from speaking in the highest terms of ad-
nmration of the exceeding courteous atten-
tion when entering their store, received


not only from all the gentlemen with
whom we came in contact with, but from
both Mr. Christie and Mr. Groover alike.

The Diamond.
The Diamond is owned and operated by
Col. Max Myerson, one of Jacksonville's
and Florida's most influential and pro-
gressive citizens. Col. Myerson was until
a few we ks ago one of the largest eloth-
ing merchants in Jacksonville, but recent-
ly dispose d of his clothing interests and
is now en;2 "ed in the wholesale and retail
liquor bueiress. The Diamond carries a
most complete line of wines, liqbrs,
beers, cigars and mineral waters.
The Record can recommend the congen-
ial colonel to its many subscribers and
advises them to call on him when in need
of anything in his line.


Course of the Savannah Naval Stores Markets.
1903- -1904.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE
Arw. Ar. a Ar. I Awr. n Ar. S My ay 1 Mar May U May1 May1
NO m 3 6 1-2 -n4 43-3 6
J s 5 Je- Ju me J me Z July 3 July l5 July 17 July 2 July a Aug. I
a4 4a 4a % a4.4 a M s
Aug AN& K Aug. B ePL 4 feptL U 6et U ept. Oet. Oct. I Oct. U3
1 8r WA UWA UA a4-4 ND M ND 5 1-S i1-2 4
O 3. 1 01. 2L oI 4. MNo. No. Dec. Dc. 1. Dec. 17. Dec. n, Jan. 14
*1 G U N M 11-4 N 1-4 1-2-4
Jan. Jan. M by. 11, Feb. SIFeby. 5 Meh. 3 Meh. 10 Me: 14
a* a so as


LOSINS


WW WO N M K
AEL L ......a.* 8M S.NM 82.4 SL
ra . .... .L Ls 3. 1L4 3.L
Aes a . . 3M. 6 8 LMI LO
Awl 1. ... 8.5 .s s l
AgR M. .... L& U5 U ". Lie
My L..... .3 U5 3 .1L L
May L. ... . Mi LS .1 .1a L.
May .... . 3 L 83.17% L8.1U e11
May ..... L. L8 U5 L .l 1.
ay B. . . Lis La. L2i 3.3 LI

June 1 ..... US Us Us a LIS
Jme 3 ...... 3 8.1 U. 8.5 2 m
lru ..... .. M.. M. 1 M i.
JEt .. .... .S t 8.I U L
Jy. ...... M8. MB M. ML M.
OuV 9L . . .4 LS Las Los A
Jly ...... . .6 L5 L LIS L U
Jur .......3. M. 3.6 M.5 Ml
AMay ..8.M 8.i a. s.
Axg U. . 3. L L3 L35 8.6 153
August .. .. .U S Ls. L36 &I
Agl. ... 3 .LI l LO L. .1



A- B .... Ml US Mi U. Ml
tambemoar 4 ... Ia L4 &a L8.
g ganmbr U . LAS 3.i LS L. L.
SeSntmr 1 .M 3.S 3.M 3.M 3S.
o-embetr . .464 4. 4A3 M4 .1
olt..r I ..... .4.10 4. 4Z. 4M
OgaI IL .. .. .. 4.& 3 4 o9 4U o
member a .... ...t La La Lo L.1
ober a .... a .4. M LL lS .M
November .. .. ..M M.L 3.11 L3 3.5M
lNeember a .. ....M .5 3 LI ML .L
M-evamber a ...6..A L5 LS 8 I S
Desmber .. .. M L L3. I .l
Desmbwr a .... it Mi MS M. Ls
.s La a .... M l 5 M si M .
r a.. ..s IS ML Ms 15 L
jamar s ... .4.At &. US .15 L
seemewy n A. AM IS La LZ
aamm 04.... .4A 41A- LO 5 I
February 11 ..1.7 3.45S 3.3.23 3.
Frbary1 r ...&M 2.45 3. 3.30 3.5
February 5 ...3.70 3* 3. 320 .M
UMh 1 ...... & .6 S.40 3J.5 3J
Marc N ......43 3.3 U3. 3.S 3
MasNh a ......AMe MW 5 &.3*


I H




La LZ
3.5 2.4.



&U 3.5
Li 14

La 1.41
lO Ui


La 3.LI
3S 3.LA
M7 LI
2.70 &.
.3 3.5

&i ti

3.5i .L
W 3.O
3.106 M.


Z.M 1.4
M.1 S.3.
3.3 S.*
&.5 &3O

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MN 2.K



3.20 2.6



3.o6 2.70
.o6 3.005



3.05 2.76
.5 2.70
3.M O.70
3.3 3.7


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V. U
3.13 3.
L. to
ML LO
Li La
LS LI
LU LI
LU LU
1. 51.1
LI LI
L LI
1.S L1
La LU
LU L1
LU LW
LW LI
LW LO
LU LU
L1 LI
LWS Lis
LU L"
LI LO
1.M LU
UDi La
ULU
tM tM

1.3) 1.1
ML US





LN tm3



US US
2.21 .U
3.a3 .5




2.65 2.60
2.50 2.45
2.65 2.@8
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LA LO
Le UiL
1.6 LW



LI LIU
LIS 1.11

LU LIB
LI LU
LIS LB
Le L9
1s LU
La La
LUi LI
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LIS Lis
LU LU
LS LU
L/a 1.1

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LW LM
LN 1.
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3.5 31.



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3.70 3.70

3.40 2.40

3*63.33


AUTOMOEIES. PUMPING OU 1 i IS


GASOLINE ENGINES,
Cm AinAm I di Sq o -& In thi Sds.


SFred E. Gilbert
29 and 37, 39, 41

West Forsyth Street
i *kavs Ft
Ii


SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE.


To United IKg6aoss, I
Month 014M
Apri......... IL
Jue ........ IL
July-------
AugsIt.......
Sept--br. .. .
Octeb" .. ....... 21M
November .. -I1*,
December .. lW63,6
January. .. mu
February ... 114M
Mar .. .. Mh


181621 M.M
1,811 1.11,316
5,0%= 1.111"M
u1,33


10,531,76 576,7
1.1HAS



am, 166,56
5,363 mum
5U1 .5
SUA11 lJ01
nU saCn
...... SAMI


Te Belun as d N ethrlands In. afla.:
Month 46 11- 1191-1a
April ..... .. U.. MU ua Idclud
Ma .......... IM l AS adn otr
June.. ........... 6AI 33JA4 -urpo
July ........ -104.-11 8 m,
Augst ........ AI 3,MB
September..... Ias, 3 mum
Otober ...... 303411 3M 3114A
November A -067 SWAN 87 1,
December .. 1063TS W5UM J,1
Ja1u11rr .... 10M30 311,101 174,M
February ... J51 37SAM agg
March .. .. ...... IU 13474
To Germany, Ina mnUs:
Motess M4SE 133.6 g.4
Awrm ................ 34115 uSm
May .... .. .. 3 31. U GI .N
June.. ...... 11U 4 430. 1
Ualy...... .. .8.11 3 la 111.a
Augut .. .. CLU BR
ptember..... -UM nU nUmR
Octob ...... A .Mi M MA
November .. 179,303 11,1O 1,7
Decemb -
January .... 1MM AWB S1UN
February ... 2,I i 1551 7.174
March .. .. ,56 ...... 4,AM
To all othr urope la Ghlles:
Mouth 313.6 133-6 133-6
Apr ...... .. uo 0. 4 .*
May.. ........ A.Mu 8SA W 4m1
anoe.... .... LUI O8L4
July ......... U 5, MLM .43
AuIust ...... .. M MI
eptember... .. 43M U1. .A
oeter .... .. Mom am ,aM
November.. MLM ITA 8,
December .. 47,4 I I 3W
January ...- 11,A --
February .. 1,471 ...... 44
March.... 14,1 It S75 3
Total 1orelms Bzprts, l *galle. aeamd-
tar overyt la eautae ot the United
states:
Month 1304s 1B-6 101-640
Awrf .........4A M ms Nga
ay .. .... .. ..M1 U ,14
mne ...... ... l,3.m3 tS.53m 2".11
July ......&..sL.m.. 1.1.6A 8,4B3.
August .... .. Lt.U1 UM.4
September.. .. .1.16 UK 14 = i4 3 .
Octoer .. .. .. 1 Lo M I.WJ
November .. 1,51.588 1,3,1 1,0l.74
December .. 1,MM 1,793Ju 1,3.1T75
January ... T=j" M --,M
February .. 48777 8JI34 A,4
March .. .. M6A4 11IT4 3am5=


To Unlta
Moeath
Apri .. ..
ay ...



November

January .
February
arsh ..


the nation, and they can and should be
offa t by restu from the *a-m n for-
ests. Under similar circumstauas the
forest possession of other great nations
form an important soure of revemie to
their. Government.





teo a g$eail i


The Creation of a Forst Rerve.
The creation of a frt reserve in the
Department of Agriculture will have for
its important results:
First. A better handling of all forest
work, because it will be under a single
head and because the vast and indispeam-
ble experience of the department in all
matter pertaining to the forest reserves,
to forestry in general, and to other forms
of production from the soil, will be eas-
I and rapidly accessible.
Second. The reserves themselves, being
handled from the point of view of the
man in the field, instead of the man in the
office, will be more easily and more widely
useful to the people of the West than
has been the case hitherto.
Third. Within a comparatively short
time the reserves will become self-sup-
porting. This is important, because con-
tinually and rapidly increasing appropria-
tions will be necessary for the proper care
of this exceedingly important interest of


RLOSNS.:.
K1iSdmc barresm I IM:
mum tm-a rna-
625 a m 1.4
0.306 46: 30 .63
.... 3.3 5 6.
... W I.AS WM

.. 7M1 .,7 63
61AM "A" 73j.
uam,1 rr7m lam
.. ots aue3 a4


Te elelu ea NoUt.rltand. mmbarre. s

A ..3....1.. M. ILM Tnduage
May ...... .... ...1 jM n aethr
July gut-- M 1- 41 .
A ...... 4M a.=

rcsbur .. .. 3km *M

Demb, ..r 37,7 ISM- 23 4
January .... 6, ,1m 15,6s1
February ... ,O 5,kn 1
Makr .. .. -11 31 11,14
To ermeany barrels Ils.
1bth 11104 106 1K-6
AaU ...... 4a M M.0l
May ......... 3.M 34 W.I
Juo .... ... S.I 4u. am
Jlr .. .. .... J1 M M u*
Auusut .. .. .. 3US AU.1
.mm... .. 3,13 3.3 31
November - 5.71 4.M 3433
DeAm .. 1e,407 3D,171 A4N
Jaaury .... 34,7 M S 6,73
Febary ... 17%.136 40al5 5 7
Manrh .. .. 40,36 60,3 41,1
Te an ether furope. barrels M Ia:
Meth 1"I-m 13-a6 IM-a
April .... .. .. S. I3 I .21
May ...... .. .*.1- s .k 3.L
June.. ........ 14.064 .M 6.
July ...... .. 4.51 51.m 14
Auust .. .. .. L3. .1
septembar.... MW.0 1I.3 m5
Oetaber.... ..... I M.4 11i.
November .. S13,M e,415 M
Deembesr 4,70W1 s,31s
Jaary ... 17,IJ 7,148 34M
February ... 38,184 42.54 5,I
March .. .. 3A 51,34 71,3
Tetal Eaepr a R1in barrels M edms ,
Inxadu ta As r. Afriesd e Asrea et-
Ose or th Unite atats:
Montt se4 1336 2m5
Aw ........ U 1m 1U3 11M
lay L. .... ..13. U1 MlU a
Juna .. ...... 8AM Is anJ
Jauly........ .. m M.10 a
usgut .. .. ..I. n.. .
nsptme ..... ns 5 ,m mu1
Oustee ...... MU 31N 13
November 1.. 1,11s 11, 2m100
Deusmber .. S1W,45 9,A 11A440
January .. s,471 I1Tm, ,1jeM
February ... 3MMI I rmr 7,S
Mareb .. .. 1715 In a4 =14m1


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SteLiek Seu Cttea,
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NEW YORK OTTON EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Direct private wires to all exehangea.
Local stocks and bond a speialsy.
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The Exports of Turpentine and Rosln.







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HlONEST 5500 I RIQHT PRICES THE MAIL ORDER DRUQ HOUSE NO DELAYS 7 5 w


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THE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS.T


JACKSONVILLE.


Original
Chocolates
Delivered .ny place. Expre_


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Agency
eZnd Bon Bons.
or Mail. 51.00 per pound.


123 WEST BAY STREET BAY. CORNER BRIDGE STREETs oPEN ALL m*IrT 215 WEST BAY STREET
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Standard Clothing Snaps for Christmas
COMPANY. AND NEW TYAR.
ONE PRICE. ONE PRICE.
4 Q eeba's Monogram .... 10
6T1 Beela's Mmoram .... 6
Snow About This? 4Qt"LnMo.Ry.... ::
I Qt. Carntion Rye ........ a4J
12 Qt Carnation Rye ........ L&
One bottle Brandy. 4 Ql. Monogram May d ..
Two bottles Port. 6 QtW oor Matyld 4.7
Two bottles Sherry. 12 Qta. Mooram ylad .. a
One bottle Angelies. 4 Qts. Cream of Ke4nMte ..
One bottle Museat. 6 Qt. Oream of y ..
fashionable Clothiers, On eisag. l2QCrm of Katey 11.4.
Two bottles Zinfandel.
HOattes am :! One bottle Champagne. 4 Lb. USi TMilli S 4.3I
t One bottle White Label Whiskqy. I 6 UM Tl I hrll Ub
S17 MI Wet tay L.S Jt ONIUL, r.A... ILe T--TM / er 11./-
SPretty Packages. Fine Goods. I (*Tm ) wWU
Everything in Men's and Boys' Ready- The above are the very finest old 4 Qta. Old Maryland Rye ....
to-Wear Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Ex- California Wines. Try this sample 6 Qts. Old Maryhad Rye ....
tra Trousers, Sweaters, Cardigan Jackets, ase of botQts. Old Marylnd ye .... 1
Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Silk Qts. Harvet King Orn .... 430
6 Qts. Harvest King Oira .... 4.5
and Linen Handkerchiefs, Linen Collars Al fo 12 Qta. Harvest King OCrn .... 0o
and Cuffs, Silk Mufflers, Smoking Jackets A or 4 Qi. Seve Yar Old Car.. S A
and Bath Robes. Full Assortment Suit 6 Qts. Seven Year Old Cor.. L8
SCases, Handbags, Umbrellas, Rubber Coats, Just the thing for the Holidays. 4 Qts. Cat alley on..
Ponchos and Poncho Blankets. 8 Qts. Catawba Valley Crn.. 30
HATS AND CAPS. 12 Qts. (oaawba Valley orn.. 8.75
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The Governmment and the Forestry Question.


President Roosevelt in his annual mes-
sage to Cogress this week had the fol-
lowing to say regarding forestry:

It is the cardinal principle of the for-
est-reserve policy of this administration
that the reserves are for use. Whatever
interferes with the use of their resources
.is to be avoided by every possible means.
But these resources must be used in such
a way as to make them permanent. The
forest policy of the Government is just
now a subject of vivid public interest
throughout the West and to the people
of the United States in general. The for-
eat reserves themselves are of extreme
value to the present as well as to the
future welfare of all the Western public-
land States. They powerfully affect the
use and disposal of the public lands. They
are of special importance because they
preserve the water supply and the supply
of timber for domestic purposes, and so
promote settlement under the reclamation
act Indeed, they are essential to the wel-
fare of every one of the great interests
of the West.
Forest reserves are created for two prin-
cipal purposes. The first is to preserve
the water supply. This is their most im-
portant use. The principal rsers of the
water thus preserved are irrigation ranch-
ers and settlers, cities and towns to whom
their municipal water supplies are of the
very first importance, users and furnish-
ers of water power, and the users of water
for domestic, manufacturing, mining and
other purposes. All these are directly de-
pendent upon the forest reserves.
The second reason for which forest re-
serves are created is to preserve the tim-
ber supply for various classes of wood
users. Among the more important of
these are settlers under the reclamation
act and other acts, for whom a cheap and
accessible supply of timber for domestic
uses is absolutely necessary; miners and
prospectors who are in serious danger of
losing their timber supply by fire or
through export by lumber companies when
timber lands adjacent to their mines pams
into private ownership; lumbermen, trans-
portation companies, builders and com-
mesrial interests in general.
Although the wisdom of creating forest
reserves is nearly every where heartily
recoganid, yet in a few localities there
has been misunderstanding and complaint.
The following statement is therefore de-
sirable:
The forest-reserve policy can be success-
ful only when it has the full support of
the people of the West. It cannot safely,
and should not in any case, be imposed
upon them against their will. But neither
can we accept the views of those whose
only interest in the forest is temporary;
who are anxious to reap what they have
not sown and then move away, leaving
desolation behind them. On the contrary,
it is everywhere and always the interest
of the permanent settler and the perma-
nent business man, the man with a stake
in the country, which must be considered
and which must decide.
The making of forest reserves within
railroad and wagon-road land grant limits
will hereafter, as for the past three years,
be so managed as to prevent the issue,
under the act of June 4, 1897, of base for
exchange or lieu selection (usually called


scrip). In all cases where forest reserves
within areas covered by land grants ap-
pear to be essential to the prosperity of
settlers, miners, or others, the Govern-
ment lands within such proposed forest
reserves will, as in the recent past, be
withdrawn from sale or entry pending
the completion of such negotiations with
the owners of the land grants as will pre-
vent the creation of so-called scrip.
It was formerly the custom to make
forest reserves without first getting defi-
nite and detailed information as to the
character of land and timber within their
boundaries. This method of action often
resulted in badly ehom boundarie and
consequent injustice to settlers and others.
Therefore this Administration adopted the
present method of first withdrawing the
land from disposal, followed by careful
examination on the ground and the prep-
aration of detailed maps and descrip-
tions, before any forest reserve is created.
I have repeatedly called attention to
the confusion which exists in Government
forest matters because the work is seat-
tered among three independent organisa-
tions. The United States is the only one
of the great nations in which the forest
work of the Government is not concen-
trated under one department, in conso-
nance with the plainest dictates of good
administration and common sense. The
present arrangement is bad from every
point of view. Merely to mention it is
to prove that it should be terminated at
once. As I have repeatedly recommended
all the forest work of the Government
should be concentrated in the Department
of Agriculture, where the larger part of
the work is already done, where practi-
cally all of the trained foresters of the
Government are employed, where, chiefly
in Washingon there is aomprehewive
first-hand knowledge of the problems of
the reserves acquired on the ground, where
all problems relating to growth from the
soil are already gathered, and where all
the sciences auxiliary to forestry are at
hand for prompt and effective cooperation.
These reasons are decisive in themselves,
but it should be added that the great or-
ganization of citizens whose interests are
affected by the forest reserves, such as
the National Live Stock Association, the
National Wool Growers' Association, the
American Mining Congress, the National
Irrigation Congress, and the National
Board of Trade, have uniformly, emphat-
ically, and most of them repeatedly, ex-
pressed themselves in favor of placing all
Government forest work in the Depart-
ment of Agriculture because of the pecul-
iar adaptation of that department for it
It is true, also, that the forest services
of nearly all the great nations of the world
are under the respective departments of
agriculture, while in but two of the small-
er nations and in one colony are they
under the Department of the Interior.
This is the result of long and varied ex-
perience and it agrees fully with the re-
quirements of good administration in our
own case.
Every administration officer concerned
is convinced of the necessity for the pro-
posed consolidation of forest work in the
Department of Agriculture, and I myself
have urged it more than once in former
messages. Again I commend it to the
early and favorable consideration of the
Congress. The interests of the nation at
large and of the West in particular have
suffered greatly because of the delay.


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Old stills t"e"n m exchea for
4 new ones. ahim through the coun-
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Buyers' Directory


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pring therein The Record guarantee
a prompf repose.

ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title and Trust Co.
AUTOMOBILES.
Gilbert, red I., Jacksonville, Fla.
BANKS
Atlantie National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
OCmme-ial Bank, Jacksonville, IFa.
Omtral Natimal Bank, Oeal, Fla.
rematile Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
National Beak of Jacksonville.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Commer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BRICL
After, Geo. R, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
ovhtemn Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jackson-

CARS.
South Atlantie Car & Muuf-etrilg Co.,
Wayerm, Oa.
CLOTHING.
raiA Bro., J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
s Co., H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING-WHOLESALE.
Kohal, uregott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COMMISSrIO MERCHANTS.
Bailey Moatgomery, New York City.
Larin, M W, New York City.
Tola, Hart & Co., New York City.
CONVEYANCING.
Treaty Title and Trat Co.
COOPERAGE.
COnon Co., The, Qitman, Ga.
Cooperate Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jackasoville Coop ge Co., Jacksonville,
1M.
DRUGS.
Kirk & Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-4WHOLESALE.
southern Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville,
Fa.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Oovington Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Koha, Furehgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES
lamnlrd Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Merril-Steves Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Seas' Sons Co, J. 8., Macon, Ga.
gusts, Ga.
FOUNDRIS.
Murphy, T, Jackonville, Fa.
BehOBAed' Bo8n Co., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
FUEL
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jack-
mville, Fa.
FURITUREBB.
Getting Furniture Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GENTS' FURNISHES.
(haig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
RBafroe Co., H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Coolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ellis-Young Co., Savannah, Ca.
Hargraves Co., C. H., Jacksonville, Fla.
Johnson Co., W. B., Jacksonville, Fla.
Fateoek, Hunt & West Co., Savannah, Ga.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
HATS-WHOLESALE.
KohN, Furehgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Baird & Co., L E., Jackskoknville, Fla.
ed & Bours Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
W a HardwamrCo., W. H.,Valdoeta, Ga.


Marion Hardware Co., OeMa, la.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
HAREMSS.
AceMurray A Baker, Jaekmville, Fla.
Thomas, W. R., Gaiuneille, V a.


HATS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Renfroe Co., H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HOTELS.
Aragon, The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hotel Bartholdi, New York City.
IRON WORKS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C., Au-
gusta, Ga.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jackoaville, Fa.
Murphy, T., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S, Macon, Ga.
JEWELERS.
Greenleaf & Croeby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
LIQUORS.
Bettelini, F., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hanne Bros., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Macon, Ga.
MRDICITKS-
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Southern Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
MAPS.
Realty Title and Trust Co.
MACHINE WORKS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
Murphy, T., Jacksonville, Fa.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S., Macon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
CESS
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
MEATS.
Kingan & Co., Ltd., Jacksonville, Fla.
METAL WORKERS.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga.
McMillan Bros., Savannah, Ga.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Briggs Hardware Co, W. LH, Valdosta, Ga.
Marion Hardware Co., Oaa, iFa.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. 8, Macon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
MULES AND HORSES.
Thomas, W. R., Gainesville, Fa.
NAILS.
Salem Nail Co., New York City.
NAVAL STORES.
Barnes-Jessup Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Ells-Young Co., The, Savannah, Ga.
Independent Naval Stores and Eport Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Peacock, Hunt & West Co., Savannah, Ga.
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
PAINTS
Bond & Bours Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
PECANS.
Grifliing Bros. Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Briggs Hardware Co., W. H., Valdosta, Ga.
Campbell, J. R., Ocala, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Marion Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.
PUMPS.
Gilbert, Fred E., Jacksonville, Fla.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
White-Blakeslee Mfg. Co., Birmingham,
Ala.
TANK STORAGE.
National Tank & Export Co., Savannah,
Ga.
REAL ESTATE.
Beckwith, Henderson & Warren, Tampa,
Fla.
Brobston, Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Buckman, C., Jacksonville, Fla.
Frazier, W. W., Jacksonville, Fla.
Livingston & Sons, J. H., Oeal, Fla.


Southern States land ad Timber O,
Jacksonville, Fla.
West-Raley-Rannie Co., The, Jacksonville,
Fla.
SHIP YARDS
Summer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
Merrill-Stevems Co., Jacksonvile, Fa.
SHOES-WHOLESALE.
Covington Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
STEAMSHIPS.
Clyde Steamship Co., The, New York City.
STOCK BROKERS
Holmes & Co., amuel P., Jacksonville F.
TAILORS.
Renfroe Co., H. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
TANKS.
Cyprn Tank Co, Mobile, Al.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Schofield's Soj Co., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
TITLES AND TAX ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title and Trust Co.
TOOLS.
Christopher, John 0., Jacksonvill. Fla
Council Tool Co., The, Wananish, N. C.
TuxPSBzJias APPARATUS.
Chattanooga Pottery Co., Jackdasonvi, 1a.


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The Record's Special Quotations on Staple Goods.

(For the Regular Retail and Commiamy Trades)

The following wholesale prices, subject to market fluctuations, are corrected each week and are published by the Rec-
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Butter And Cheese
A. C. Creamery, 00 lb. tubs.. 21
A. Creamery, 80 " ..22
10 " 25
A 0. Creamery,50, 1 lb. prints
Faney Frll Cream.......... 11

Lard
Compound Tin.
6" 0-lb tin.... 661
50-lb tub....
Leaf Tin.
60-lb tin. ........... 84

Vinegar
Red Apple Cider bbl........ 86

Sugar
Granulated sugar, bhls..... 640

Coffee
Reception Blend Moch and
Java, 0 1-lb cans to case,
per lb.................. 22
Simon Pre, 80 1-lb cans to
case, per lb............. 22
Green Cofee good. .........12
Green 0ofee, medium ...... 9
Gream ooffee, oenmon ....... 8f
Arbeokles Boasted Coffee, 1
lb pa s...... market price
Lion Brand Cofee, 1 lb pack-
ae. ............. market price
Boasted, 10lb. drum........ 17
Ground cofee, 10lb. pail.. 15

Tea
Extra fne quality.
Caddy Green Tea, 10 Ib..... 40
Gunpowder, 10 lb.... 27
SEnglish B'fast, 10 lb.. 27
Formosa, 10 lb....... 27
Pagoda Tea, 6 and lO siae
10 Ibs to ease, per pound-.. 40


Salt
200-lb sack............... 100
100-lb acek............... 50
lee Cream, 200-lb sacks..... 100
s 100-lb sacks..... 50
Pocket Salt in bbls., 8-lb.... 2 65
' 2-lb.... 275

Pepper
Whole Ground Pepper,
10-lb tin...... ....... 17
Ground 1-8 tin, 8 dos to box
sifter top, per dos...... 45
Ground 1-16 glass pepper
boxes, per dos......40 and 80
Corn
O sek Loms
Car Lot Lot Sk
W. Corn,llOlb, 1 88 1 40 1 49
S 1001b, 1 24 126 1 84
Mxdeorn,llOlb.l 8 185 146
lO 1lb.1 21 128 186


New Syrup
Ga and Fla, in cypress
barrels, per gallon ....
Oats


Car Lot
W clip'd,1251b,
1001b,
White 1251b,
White 1001b.
Mixed 1251b
1001b,


M0 Sk Il. 100
Lot Sk Lots
190
155
180
145


Car lots consisting of Hay, Oats,
Corn, of 20,000 pounds, same a
100-sack prices. Cash, 1 per
cent in 10 days on Grain.
Wheat
Wheat, 100 lbs., choice. .... 1 85
fancy..... 185
Va. Seed Rye, per bushel..
Flour
Highest Grade Patent in bble
per bbl ................ 6 25
Highest Grade Patent, 96,
12 or 24 lh sack.........6 00
Highest Grade Patent, in
12-lb acks............ 6 25
Pillsbury's Best ..... 7 60
Pillsbury's Best bbl ....
Flour, Gold Medal .... ..... 7 40
"* a bbl ........
Flour, Bos,............... 725
Meal
Meal, per barrel............ 350
92-lb sacks........... 1 50
Grits
Grits, per barrel..........8 50
92-lb sacks....... 1 50
Rice
Good ............... ...... 44
Choice .................. 65
Fancy Head............... 6
Broken ................... 24
Canned Vegetables
Do.


Tomatoes, 8., Chief ........
Tomatoes, 2 ........
Clayton, 3s................
Clayton, 2s ...............
Sifted Peas, 2s ............ 1
Rose L. J. Peas ...........
Okra, Tomatoes, 2s........ 1
Lima Beans,2s ............ 1
String Beans, 3s. ..........
String Beans, 2s ..........
Baked Beans, S8..........
Baked Beans, ls...........
Corn, fancy, 2s............ 1
Born Tomatoes, 2s.........
Beauty Beets. 3a..........
Sauer Kraut, 3s..........
Saner Kraut, keg..........
Pumpkin, 3s ..............
Hay


car lot


Choice....
No.1 Tim.
No. 2 17 00
No.1 Cl'ler 17 00


100 bale Ia
lowa qatity
1750
1650
17 80 15 50
1760 1550


Canned Fruits
Pineapples, sliced, 2S, 2 dos
to case, per dos........ 1 10
Pineapples, fancy 2, 2 dos
to case, per do ........ 1 40
Cherries, 2s, 2 dos. to cae
per do................ 1 30
Apples, 3, 2 dos to ease, per

case, per dos.......... 3 00
Peaches, 2s, two dos to cas,
per dos............. 1 4
Peaches, 8s, two dos to case
per do................ 190
Peaches, pie, Is, two dos to
case, per do ........... 1 45
Blackberries, 2s two dos to
case, per do ........... 1 00
Damson, 2s, two dos to ease.
per dos................
Brandy Cherries o per case 85
Candy


Mixed 80-lb pails, per lb.. 6
10-lb 8
Gum drops, 0-lb pails, per
Ib.................. 7
French cream, 80-lb pails,
per lb.................. 8
Sticks wrapped, 25-lb box,
aborted, per lb........ 8
Sticks unwrapped, 25-lb box.
assorted, per lb........ 6.

Dried Fruits
Evaporated Peaches Extra,
25-lb box, per lb....... 9
Choice Evaporated Peaches.
25-lb box, per lb....... 84
Fancy Apricots 26 Ib boxes. 18
Ex. Choice " "
Ev. Apples. 50-lb. boxes..... 25
Ev. Apples, 26-lb. boxes.....2 26
Ev. Apples, 48 l-lb. package4 80
Ev. Apples, 24 62
Currants, cleaned, 6-lb. ease 8 O
Prunes, Calf cleaned t-lb
box, 40-0 ............ 6..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 26-lb
box, 0-0............. 7..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 2-lb
box, o-70............. 8..
L. L. Raisins, 8 crown..... 1 75
L. L. Raisins, 4 crown ......1 80
Seedless, i-lb packages .... 11
Citron, 10-lb box ........ 1 60
Peanuts
Fancy, H P, per pound.... 64
Extra H P, .... 6
Seed Peanuts, ..
New Nuts
Mixed, 25-lb boxes......... 11
Almonds.................. 18
Brazils ................... 12
Peacans.... ............. 12
Filberts ................. 12
al0 nuts.................. 14
Cotton Seed Meal
car too Le1s400
lott sk. Lt s. IA
Cottonseed Meal 2700
Hull 10 60


Matches
Atlantie, per gross......... 47
Wooden ware
Cedar Pails, 2 hoop.........2 90
8 hoop ..........
Nest Measures, pieces..... 80
Twine, boxes, per dot.......1 50
Sieve, per dos. No. 18......1 00
nested ...... 00
Baeket,2 hoop pails,per do 1 40
Scrubbing Brushes, per dos.. 80
Ax fHadlesu
Two dos crates per dos.. ..1 20
Washboards D
78 Crown Combination.....2 20
178 Blue Jay .............. 00
176 Diamond Glass ......... 82
O. W. D., 17 inch, per dos 1 05
Clothes pins fiv grosstobox 7
Canned Fish
Oysters, is, 2 dos to case, per
do ................... O
Sardine, American, 100 to
"ase, per 0s ........ 860
ardines, 6 ese lots........845
Salmon is, Tale 4 dos to case
per dos Alaska........ 90
Salmon, Is, 4 dos to ase,
per dos Ool. River ..... 2 8
Salmon, 4dx to case, per dos
Beardley's Shredded Cod sh 90
two dos in tins........ 1 80
Canned, Hominy, 81b...... 96

Salt Fish
New Cape Shore Mackerel,
20-b pails............ 8 60
Sea Sides, 1&2-lb brick, 40
Ibsto bo............. S 40
Grand Bank Codfish, per lb. 8

Klngan's Meats.
"Resibu Ham, -10 avp .... 148-4
"eudil Has, 1-12 avP .... 1414
"'Rseb am, 1-14 sav .... 141-4
-"bReish" banm, 74- arrv .. 11"
"Uiadh~ ChifrMia H0-, 6- 1*
Breesakt Boo., Ut av. ...... 1i14
D. a Bdes, M- avr ........... 0
D. 8. BeDies, 2e-M ayr......... 91-3
D. lat .................... 73-4
Bmeo Plats ................... S-4
D. Bats .................... -4
Bl :p a N-u ............... 7
sa-p tIa aD ................S.ts
S"I e asd ses.
"Strawberry" eaimery, mIb toae a
l 1b tubs.. U-1.
"Reable" fan erean des .... 1I1-2
3p10s6 LaLd
"ladiWm" Pure Iaf ........... Tf
'bea-Foan" Oo omp ......... abk
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"BaRdibW Omad Bsf, Is ...... LS
S onrMne Bd, fs ....... S
SRast Bad, Is. ....... U
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better and more satisfactory
printing supplies-letter heads,
envelopes, commissary checks,
pay-roll reports, etc., by having
us make them.

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M RA LS II MARBLE, STONE AND BRONZE " v- "' "
tela h leTablet to the most elaborate Mausoleum.
Wae, oer ee to me us-our dalgs will please you. iJ
~OVTHIRN MARBLE AND STONE CO. A A1.411- 1t -
bes 5e-w rwe C. LAMAMncE, Measer.
Co $*n r 1 l eII. 1. 4 Sath Ifstoas street.
Jgel-ksuiis. Fla. ef this eigJ
Anm ill n S-ote. Marble Moesia ad Tile. The wll be
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YI WaVt a SawUIN Location? T Ora:* uetdlea Tro rdonit C Journ
5 *Weekly Iaduatrial Record of Jack- 5lr2
Y* WelOville aa Bavannah as taken Its place
Yu W nt amy Kind of florida Land? mea t the leading trade Journals in the to1
S Unltd t and as an authority on lum-
I l* V: t ?sd -- 1 *tores It to being quoted not
Y M Business? Only by the best and most caefuUy edited I '
an s r Wrtte o s papem in this country. but by tho se
I o J. H. LIVINGSTON & SONS, h ropths ao. e tendon trd Ubpaper l
Ocala, Florida o ns to the Record' view ora mart con- fo
admties. Mg. I
$10 ##44006 to* t "4 to 6*>** C-',4 $4This weeks lamoe of the Industrial Rec- a
.rN Is even better than usual. sand it is
a tring and ntsrtalnin general Indu. trIau l
K itrt in addition to Its value Ha
Clyde Steamship Company a tho ebamapon of the two spefflo Indus- v
to s ft represents. It is brtmtl oa noew Joh
stories of development n the Southeest. plait
tmong th blndg the story of a half-mill- fend
ea-dollsa corporation organized In Jack- Ok
S eaville yesterday. and the organistlon of H. 1
eeral othlr corporations during the and'
-Oek In eor and Florida. W
It has t the pace for euterprls and It Walt
et urves the great measure of success wick
It Is reeving, both In Its subscription and
advertising departments.carrylng as It does,
,r ha8eone of the largest advertlaing pat-
Srovages give to say of the southern tra .
S ournals. som

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MEW YORK, CHAIALESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
t Ons1 mmummmof this N are appoited to sail as follows calling
A C.both WaY&
as 924"AN11. Charleston and New YorIl 9PLUJ UJJ P. P I 3U55.N.N CQ
....APACHE ......Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 4:00 am SPECIAL BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS. C
aturd Dee. 3,t 8:00 pm ....AIXLONQUIN ......Thursday, Dec. 8, at 5:00 am 80 YEARS RELIABILITY.
jdsy, DI%. 4, at 3:00 pm .... COMANCHE ......Sunday, Dec. 11, at 7:00 am
Wed -sry, Ba. 7, at 3:00 pm ..xMOHICAN ......Monday, Dec. 12, at 8:00 am Hess & 'lager,
Piday, De. I at 3:00 pm ....ARAPAHO ....Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 9:00 am W ,
st4;,*JB. 10, at *l pan ... .IROQUOIS .... Thursday, Dec. 15, at 10:00 am 6 t
G~ rr, at I pN' ..I UOIS ....Th.riday, Dec. 16, at 10:30 am Diamonds, Silverware, Watches and Jewelry
b 13, at 3:00 pm ....APACHE ......Sunday, Dec. 18, at 12:00 n'n CORNER BAY AND CEDAR STS. AND 11 & 13 MAIN.
W 14, at 3:QO pm .ALGONQUIN ...... Monday, Dec. 19, at 12:30 pm -6-0-6 y -0imi0rn-t66"- T ---- rrs- nin-
16 t I 3:00 pm ..COMANCHE ... Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 4:00 am
.*NEW YORK .... Thursday, Dec. 22, at 4:00 am
Biday, Dee. 1, at 3:00 pm .... xMOHICAN ......Friday, Dec. 23, at 4:30 am
Tuesday, De. 0, a 3:00 pm .ARAPAHOE ...... Sunday, Dec. 25, at 6:00 amal Stores M ar et
Wednueay, Dee. 1, at 3:00 pm. ..IROQUOIS .... Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 8:00 am N naval Stores M ark et
Friday, Dae. 3, at 3:00 pm .... APACHE .... Thursday, Dec. 29, at 9:30 am
aaterday, Dec. a at 3:00 pm ....ALGONQUIN .... Friday, Dec. 30, at 10:30 am
*xHURON ......Friday, Dec. 30, at 10:30 am
tfdray, Dee. 2I, at 3:00 pm .... *XOOMANCHE ..Sunday, Jan. 1, at 12:00 n'n
Thrday, Dee. at 3:00 pm ..xMOHICAN ....Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 4:00 am Published Daily in The
aturday, Des. 31, at 3:00 pm ..ARAPAHOE ......Thursday, Jan. 5, at 4:30 am
*xNEW YORK ......Friday, Jan. 6, at 5:00 am
via Brumnwlek and Charleston. xFreight only. *-Boston via

THE CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
ar st se v d s eweem Anmeeonrvle, Boestom and Providence and all Ia-s
Sam VkiOaX Gallm at Charlestom BotL Ways.
sm -wmKirt su slrns. Twelve to Sixteen hours ahead of any other
J .... .... ....... ........ ..... .. From oLer Wharf, Boton daily Florida newspaper. Subscribe for it now.
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CL ST JONS RIVER LINEMONTHS
i otweem #aesronvtl and Sanford.
megg- at Vattba. Ast. St. ranl a. Beroaford (De Land) and Intermediate
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W.JSTEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Sa te to as : Jaksonville. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thur. PR
date 0 M an lease Seaford. Wonda. Wednesday & Yridys 90: a. m.
*PPW P$$1INORTHBOUND,
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V. . ROMara t JR. A. O.e Pass Agent, 04 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Pa
Wa. 4 COanl, JL. 4d l M g., Ja rllli. C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Supt.,Jaek'ville
Nt Heans Street. Jacksonville. Carte
L, A. P. A. Now York, CLYTD ILNE. G. A., ew Tusse lis o
.L-.-ur n, WM. P. CLYDE CO.
"al a e. OGeneral Agent Jaclkonville, Florida.
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