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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: March 16, 1907
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. 6a., and Pensacola, Fla.
OFFICERS.
W. C. POWELL, Presdent; B. F. BULLAhD, H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. McMILLAN, B. R. POWELL, C. M COVINGTON, JOHN H.
POWELL, Vice Presidents; C. P. DUSENBURY, Secretary and Treasurer.
LXECUTIVE COMMIITEE: W. C. Powelh, C. B. Rogers, H. L. Covington. B. F. Bullard, J. A. Cranford.
Dl.'CTqORS: W. C. iowell, B. F. Bullard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. Cranford, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powell, W. F. Coachman, ILL. Covington, C. Downing, D. H.
MeMlilan, R. B. Powell, C. M. Covington, S. A. Alford.


I NAVAL STORES FACTORS I


Paid in Capital


Stock, $2,500,000


Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.


COVINGTON COMPANY,
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS.
Dry Goods, Notions, Men's Furnishings
Blankets. Comforts, Convict Clothing,
UNION-MADE OVERALLS.


McMillan Bros.


Southern Copper
Works
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles. Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part New Work and repairing done
payment for in the country
Heavy Coppersmith ng. Steam Pipe and Special Copper Work
Jacksonville, Fla.
Also Fayetteville, N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.















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Freight Congestion in Florida; Re- The Existing Immigration Law and


port Board of Trade Committee.


the Rights of States.


The committee on the freight congestion
situation, appointed by the Jacksonville
Board of Trade, made its final report to
* that body at its regular meeting this week
The report in full was as follows:
Jacksonville, Fla., March 8, 1907. To
the Officers and Members of the Jackson-
ville Board of Trade:
We, the undersigned committee on
freight congestion, appointed by your
body, in December last, beg leave to make
this our final report:
When the committee made report in
December, and was continued, it appointed
a sub-committee, consisting of a chairman,
and Messrs. Bours, Bowen and Haines;
and also secured the services of Mr. P. E.
Peck as special agent for the committee,
to give his full time and attention to the
investigation of complaints and tracing
and placing the cars.
This sub-committee has met since that
time, nearly every day, upward of fifty
meetings having been held, occupying from
one to three hours. The sub-committee
has also, on various occasions, spent two
or three hours in the freight yards of all
lines entering Jacksonville, investigating
the conditions and making suggestions for
the improvement of the service. Nearly
two hundred complaints of consignees have
been investigated, resulting in the locat-
ing and placing of delayed freights. In
nearly every instance the desired result
has been obtained in not exceeding 14
hours, showing that when special attention
was paid to complaints, good results fol-
lowed.
Probed Deeply.
At the same time, the committee did
not confine its work to individual cases,
but looked very deeply into the causes
of the general bad conditions of trans-
portation service in this city. We have
had the co-operation and support of the
railroad companies, and in nearly every
instance where weak points were discov-
ered and pointed out to them, the neces-
sary remedy has been applied. There has
been a marked improvement in the way
that business has been transacted in the
local f: eight offices, and as a rule, there
is more clerical help employed, and the
* help is of a more efficient character. The
same remark applies to the yard forces.
The railroad companies have made some
changes in the heads of departments,
where they deemed it necessary to make
them, and the results seem to justify the
changes.
We have succeeded in obtaining a daily
interchange of solid cars between all lines
in Jacksonville. which will help to pre-
vent a congestion that we suffered from
during the last few months.
Great Improvement.
We report the conditions of the Atlan-
tic Coast Line yards, freight warehouses
and offices, as being greatly improved for
the better, and the indications are that


the present good condition will be main.
tainted.
With regard to the Seaboard Air Line
yards, the condition is not as good as we
would like to make as our final report,
for the reason that this line's service only
really got into bad shape in the past four
or five weeks; but changes that have been
made within the last week or ten days
will, in our opinion, result in placing the
Seaboard Air Line in as good condition as
the other lines within a very short time.
The Seaboard Air Line is increasing its
terminal facilities here, as rapidly as pos-
sible, and in a short time, will have ample
room for storage of cars and freight.
Urged Improvement.
With regard to the Southern and Geor-
gia Southern and Florida terminal facili-
ties: We have urged these companies to
commence operations at once upon the
construction of their new freight ware-
houses on the corner of Market and Bay,
as their present warehouse facilities are
not at all adequate to the increasing busi-
ness being done. At the present time they
are occupying two temporary wooden
shacks, which were built immediately after
the fire on Adams and Marsh, and which,
at any time may be ordered removed by
the city authorities as they are a menace
to the surrounding neighborhood, as well
as to the patrons of the line.
The Atlantic Coast Line's new yards at
Grand Crossing, afford that line ample fa-
cilities for storage cars, and preparations
are now being actively made for the con-
struction of large warehouses on West
Bay street, near the Union depot, which
will.be of great value to the railroad com-
panies and the public.
We desire to sound a warning of con-
gestion troubles to come in the lumber ex-
porting business of this city, and this
can only be avoided in the near future by
the exporters promptly unloading cars on
arrival in Jacksonville, which we trust
they will do, and thus prevent a repetition
of the troubles we had in this line of busi-
ness last fall.
Many Cars Here.
At the present time tuere are a large
number of cars in Jacksonville, loaded
with lumber, and the number is daily 'in-
creasing; but the exporters are not un-
loading as quickly as they should. We
understand that this is caused by the ab-
sence of schooners in which to load the
lumber; but we are told that there are
a number of vessels now en route to the
port of Jacksonville, which should relieve
the situation; but, in the absence of suf-
ficient number of vessels to move the lum-
ber from this port, it will be necessary
that the exporters unload the cars on the
docks, and release the empties, in order
that the mills may be supplied with cars.
We have obtained from the Atlantic
Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line and St.
Johns River Terminal Companies, blue


After all it seems that the recent immi-
gration ruling on the existing law is not
going to affect the right of States in se-
curing desirable alien immigrants, as the
following dispatch from Washington will
demonstrate:
Washington, March l.-South Carolina
officials and others interested in the atti-
tude of the administration toward assisted
immigration, held a conference today with
President Roosevelt and Attorney General
Bonaparte at the White House, and with
Secretary Straus at the department of
commerce and labor. The result of the
conferences witl the president Mr. Bona-
parte, according to statements made by
former Governor D. C. Heyward, and Com-
missioner of Immigration Watson, of
South Carolina, was entirely satisfactory
to all concerned, and the opinion was ex-
pressed by Mr. Heyward that according
to the explanations made by the govern-
ment officers, the new immigration law
will not deprive the States of any rights
conferred by former laws which may not
have been repealed or by the existing law.
Satisfactory Talk.
Early in the day lessrs. Heyward and
Watson had a brief conference with the
president. This was followed late.in the
afternoon by a second meeting, at which
in addition to those named, there were
present Attorney General Bonaparte, R.
G. Rhett, mayor of Charleston, and Thom-
as Parker, the chairman of the immigra-
tion committee of the South Carolina
Manufacturers' Association. At its con-
elusion the attorney general and his vis-
itors said the conference had been a sat-
isfactory one.
Today's conferences grew out of a re-
quest to that made by Heyward, who,
with Mr. Watson, is about to start for
Eurole to make an effort to secure tlhe
permanent establishment of the line of
steamers which the North German Lloyd,
Steamship Company has been operating
to Charleston, with a view to turning the
tide of immigration southward. The opin-
ion of Attorney General Bonaparte, ren-
dered last week on the immigration ques-
tion. they feared was calculated to upset
their plans, and the former requested that
all action in accordance with the attor-
ney general's opinion be held in abeyance
until a meeting could be held. At the
meeting today the entire matter was re-
viewed carefully, and Mr. Bonaparte ex-


prints, showing the present and prospee-
tive freight yards in this city, together
with the total track capacity for ears.
A\e 'econmmend hat these blue prints be
framed and hung in the board of trade
r(oms, for the information of our mem-
bers.
Permanent Committee.
The shippers and receivers of freight
in this city have greatly appreciated the


plained the exact meaning of his opinion.
Mr. Heyward and Mr. Watson explained
that the State did not wish to do anything
not absolutely legal in securing immigrants
needed in South Carolina.
"'The result," said Mr. Watson tonight,
"is satisfactory to all. We do not feel
that the movement for immigration to the
South will be retarded in any way as a
result of the attitude of the administra-
tion and 1 am sure that the labor inter-
ests will not only not be injured in any
way but will be benefited."
Heyward Talks Straight
Former Gov. Heyward said:
"The construction of the law as given
by the attorney general today is absolute-
ly satisfactory to the movement for immi-
gration to the South. It has never been
the purpose of this movement to bring
in contract or cheap labor. The question
of the rights and power of the State as to
prepayment of the passages of immigrants
will doubtless be set forth later by the
attorney generaL It seems certain that
the new law will not deprive the States of
any rights conferred by the former or pres-
ent laws. I was very much gratified at
the interest shown by the president and
al Ithe officials in our movement to up-
build the South on practical lines and I
feel that they all now have a clearer idea
of its economic value to the entire coun-
try."
Mr. Watson will sail for Bremen on his
official mission tomorrow. Mr. Heyward,
who is prevented from accompanying him
by the serious illness of his wife, will join
Mr. Watson later.
P. H. Gadsden, representing the mayor
and commercial interests of Charleston,
will accompany Mr. Watson tomorrow.
The South Carolinians express the opin-
ion that it will not be necessary to resort
to the expedient of assisting immigrants
to come south to the extent of more than
three or four ship loads. After the line
to Charleston is permanently established
there and the immigration station author-
ized by the last congress established, they
say immigration will drift to Charleston
just as naturally as it does to the North-
ern States, and be distributed to the
States further south.
Tomorrow night the president will hold
a conference with Attorney General Bona-
parte, Commissioner Straus, labor leaders
and Southern men interested, on the im-
migration question.


work of thick committee and its special
agent, and many have expressed the idea
that it has proved of so great value as
to make the establishment of a permanent
freight service committee, under the aus-
pices of this board, worthy of your careful
consideration;. and we heartily recommend
such a course. Such an organ as prac-
tically this committee bha been, an se
things from an entirely diffeent point of















TH BUYER'S DIRECTORY
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Buy the Sikes Patented
Rims and Heads

for Dip Barrels. Adds two inches to ca-
pacity of barrel; does not leak; drains
contents perfectly. Over 20,000 sold in
twelve months. Sold by the following
jobbers
United Grocery Co., Jacksonville and
Tampa, Fla.
Comsslated Grocery Co, Pensacola, Fla.
Pusacola Grocory Co., Pensacola, Fa.
J. 1. Sanders Co., Hew Orleans, La.
Dewoin Co., Brunswick, Ga
Bris Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
The above also handle the Sikes Patent
Dip Buckets. Write for prices, cuts, etc.


view to that viewed by a railroad official,
and can be the means of investigating
causes which lead up to complaints, and
suggest remedies that might not occur to
the railroad corporations; and with the
backing of this powerful organization can-
not but result in inestimable value to the
members of the board and the prosperity
of our city.
Respectfully submitted,
H. H. RICHARDSON,
Chairman.
G. W. HAINES,
B. F. BOWEN,
G. R. DeSAUSSURE,
W. A. BOURS,
C. H. MANN.
Freight Congestion Committee.
President Garner presided at the meet-
ing. The minutes of the last meeting,
February 13, were read and approved.
New members were elected as follows:
Morton Riddle, J. Toensfeldt, Hardy
Croom, W. D. Vinzant, Jr.
George R. DeSaussure introduced a reso-
lution in regard to securing the next con-
vention of the Knights of Pythias for
Jacksonville, which was seconded and
adopted.
Rivers and Harbors.
President Garner referred to the matter
of the appropriation of 371,500, by Con-
gress, :to improve the river in front of
Jacksonville, and also to other appropria-
tions for the improvement of St. Johns
river and tributaries, aggregating nearly
$500,000, and suggested that the thanks of
the Jacksonville Board of Trade be extend-
ed to each member of congress.
President Garner quoted from the rivers
and harbors bill enacted by the recent ses-
sion of congress, the following items of
especial interest in this region.
At Fernandina.


ACCOUNTANTS.
H ;. ilutchinson, Jaeksonville, Pia.
\alter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
AXES.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.

BANKS.
S'nnmmercial Bank, Jacksouv'lie. la.
Florida Bank and Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

BOXES AND CRATES.
Summer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BRICK.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Geo. Foster, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
BUILDING MATERIAL
Geo. R. Foster, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Tampa Business College, Tampa.
CARPETS.
E. Cleveland Furniture Company.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.
Roland Woodward, Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Crag & Bro., J. A, Jacksonvills, Fla.
COPPXR S MITHS.
McMla n Brothes, Jacksaville, Savan-
nak and Moalle.
COOPERAGE.
Oooperagp Co. The, Jacksonville. Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
C. C. Betea. Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Tampa Drug Co., Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Groover-Stwart Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covingto. Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRICAL GOODS.
Standard Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES.
Merrill-Steens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Go., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iroa Works and Supply Co., Au-
-134a6 Ga.
FERTILIZERS.
Bours & Co., Wi. A.. Jaeksoville, Fla.
FURNITURE.
E. E Cleaveland Furniture Co., Jackson-
vile, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
S.otadeM's Sons Co., J. B., Macon, Ga.
FUEL
Southern Fuel & Supply Co. The, Jack-
sonvile. Fla.
GENTS' FURNISHERS.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clot-hg Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Jacksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R.. Savannah, Ga.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bous Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Brigg, W. LH, Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga
Ta Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed Co.. J. D.. Savanna. .


HATS.
t-raig & Bro., J. A., Jacki:nviv!; r la.
standardd Clothing Co.. lacooanvile. Fla.
HOTEL-.
Aragun The. .lacksonv !i Fla.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, Neu York, N. Y.
Telford Hotel. White Springs, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Scbofleld's Sons Co., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
INSURANCE.
Florida Life Insurance Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Cay & MeCal, Jacksonville, Fla.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ureenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager. Jacksonville. Fla.
LIQUORS.
R. M. Rome Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Casper Co.. Roanoke, Va.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Fltau Liquor o., Macon, Ga.
Joseph Zapf &. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tean.
MACHINE WORKS.
Scholield's Sons Co., J. 8., Maon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-

Schofield's Som Co., J. 8., Maeon, Ga.
MEDICINES.
Continental Mfg. Co., Birmingham, Ala.
The only line of medicines made ex-
clusively for commissaries.
METAL WORKERS.
Mcillau Broe. C., Jacksonville, Savau-
nak and Mobl.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, a., and Penaa-
cola, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maeoa, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla
Weed a Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
Malsby Mahinery Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
MONUMENTS.
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, Fla.
MULES AND HORSES.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
NAVAL STORES.
American Naval Stores, Co., Home Office,
Savannah, Ga.
Peninsular Naval Store. C, Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jesup Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Union Naval stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savannah, Ga.
Southern Btates Naval Store Co., Saam-
nab. Ga.
PAINTS.
Bond & Bours Co, Jacksonville Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fa.
PLUMBERS.
Coons & Golder, Jacksonville, Fla.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Stevens Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofleld's Sons Co.. J. S., Maeon, Ga.
RAILROADS.
Atlantic Coast Lie.
REAL ESTATE.
Henry Sundheimer & Co., Savannah, Ga.
Broheton. Fendir & Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
SIKES' PATENTED RIMS AND HEADS.


"Improvements Fernandina harbor, Flor- HAY AND JRAIN. SEEDS.
ida, in accordance with the report sub- Boar & Co., Wm. A., Jaksonville, Fla. Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville Fla.


SHIP YARD&
summerr Lumber Co, Jaeksonville, Fla.
errill-Steven a Co.. Jaokwovill Fa.

SHOS-WIIOLESALL
Covington Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Joe. Rosenheim & Sons, Savannah, Oa.

STZAMSHIPS
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
TANKS
Davi & 8on, G. M., Palatks, Fla
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. S., Maeo, Ga.

SUEPEUTIEU STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brunawiek, Ga, and Paes.
cola, Fa.
McMilan Brother .Co., .Jancbv
Savannah and obile.
TUPsLmar s STILL TUB.
Davis & So. G. M., Palatka, Fla.
TIRPENTINIE VATs
Davis & Son,, Palatka, Fk
TURPEn XI TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonvill, Fa.
Operator' Tool Co., GOr Cove Spris,
FP.

WATCHES.
Gresaleas & Oroeby Co., Jaekovills, Fla.
Hes & Sliger, Jaskaosmlle, Fla.

TYLLOW PIKE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co., JacBonville, Fla.
East Coast lmbW Co. WatAtow. F




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Prices on application.

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mitted in house document number 38J,
Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, $115,-
000.
"Improvements Biscayne Bay, Florida:
With a view to the completion of the
project provided for in the act approved
June 13, 1902, entitled-'An act making
appropriations for the construction, repair
And preservation of certain public works
in rivers and harbors, and for other pur-
poses,' by dredging the portion of the
channel extending to the sea from the
terminus of the channel to be constructed
by the Florida East Coast Railway Con-
pany to the depth of 18 feet, 100 feet wide,
by completing the north jetty now under
process of construction and constructing
the south jetty, $100,000; provided, that
the secretary of war may enter into a
contract or contracts for such materials
and work as may be necessary to coin-
plete said work, to be paid for as appro-
priations may from time to time by law,
to an amount not exceeding $146,000, cx-
elusive of the amounts herein and hereto-
fore appropriated; provided further, that
nothing contained in said act shall be so
construed as to believe the said Florida
East Coast Railway from its obligations
under the contract entered into with the
United States in accordance with the pro-
visions of said act approved June 13, 1902.
At Key West.
"Improving harbor at Key West, Flor-
ida, and entrance thereto: Continuing im-
provements and for maintenance, by
dredging and working on jetties or by
constructing training walls, in the dis-
cretion of the secretary of war, $200,000.
"Improving Sarasota bay. Florida: Con-
tinuing improvement from Tampa hay to
Venice, $22,500.
"Improving East Pass and Carrabelle
bar and harbor, Florida: Continuing im-
provement with a view to obtaining a
ehl nel 18 feet deep and 100 feet wide
frdm the 18-foot contour in the outer har-
* bor to a point opposite the beacon situ-
ated about 1,000 feet up the river from its
mouth, with a suitable turning basin.
thence 10 feet deep and 100 feet wide 'o
the wharves at Carrabelle, $60.000.
Apalachicola Bay.
"Improving Apalachicola bay, Florida:
Continuing improvement with a view of
obtaining a channel across the bar at the
mouth of the Apalachicola river not less
than 100 feet wide and 10 feet deep at
mean low water, and a channel not less
than 150 feet wide and 18 feet deep
through Link channel and West Pass to
the Gulf of Mexico, in accordance with the
report submitted in house document num-
ber 432, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session,
8,000.


"Improving Oklawaha river, Florida:
continuing g improvement from the mouth
to I.eesburg, Florida, including Silvet
Spi'ings lRun, in accordance \ itl the repo t
lstil ted in house docutnleint niumlb)er 782.
Fitty-ninth Congress, first si-.ion. and
for I liniitenaince. *!5,000.
Withlaccochee River.
"'li roving Withillcoachee river, Florida,
ini ;ivrdan:ce with tlie report sibinitted
in lhou-e iocuiient :linulber 483. Fifty-nintli
C'oingler e. on'l session, following route
F. $ti5.400. provided, that the secretary of
w r liay enter into a contract or con-
tracts ft r such material and work as may
I;e nect ssary to complete the project, to he
paid for as appropriations may from time
to time lhe iade by law. not to exceed
in the aggregate. $150.000, exclusive of the
amounts herein and heretofore apropria-
ted."
t31m. DeSaussure offered a resolution to
that effect and added that the president
draft such a resolution and have a copy
sent to each member of the Florida con-
gressional delegation, whicl was unani-
mously adopted.
There I:eing no further business before
the board yesterday afternoon, the meet-
ing was adjourned until the next regular
meeting.


FINLEY MAKES APPEAL.


New Orleans, March 15.-An appeal to
all southerners to stand by the railroads
for the sake of the South was made to-
night by W. W. Finley, president of the
Southern Railway, at a business banquet
tendered him here. He said in part:
If the railways of the South are to lie
brought up to the standard required by
the expanding business of Southern mlcl-
uunities, the people of the South mnust be
actuated by the same spirit of co-opera-
tion they showed in the early days of
railway building, when comunitinities vied
with each other in otfering inducements
for construction. The day for govern-
mental and municipal financial aid for rail-
way lines has passed and the many ntil-
lions of dollars that wil lie required for
additional track capacity and terminal
facilities must be obtained from private
investors.
"'The greater part of the money must
be borrowed.
"Identitied during most of nm business
career with railways of tile South, I know
the resources of its railways will be taxeAi
to thle utmost to provide the additional
facilities that will be requited. The pro-
vision of these facilities at the earliest
possible date is of incalculably more im-
sortance to the South than any possible
rate reduction or any proposition to penal-
ize roads for failure to perform services
which are beyond their present capacity.
"*I Ielieve that it is to the interest .f
the railways and the people that a spirit
of harmony and just dealing he fostered."

G. M. Davis & Son Burned Out.
T'ie Record learns with regret of the
destruction by fire of the magnificent
plant of G. M. Davis & Son at Palatka.
This factory for the manufacture of cy-
press tanks, tubs, buckets. etc.. was one of
the largest industries in the State. and had
built up a business reaching every section
of this country. The plant was partially
insure 1. Of course tie plant will be re-
built, larger and mole complete than eter,
andl ;. Davis & Son will continue to
supply tile trade with their well known
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President Roosevelt Appealed to in

"Threatened Disaster" in

Financial World.

Washington, March 14.-For more than same opinion. The president is fortifying
forty-eight hours the \l white House and himself with regard to all the facts the
treasury department have been flooded intestate Commerce Commission has dis-
closed during its various investigations.
with appeals for President KRoseielt a Ind view of this way, he will be able to
Secretary Cortelyou to take some action meet argument with argument and fact
to avert the "threatened disaster" in the with fact.


financial world. It can be stated authori-
tatively that President Roosevelt will not
change his attitude toward the railroads,
though it is admitted that the administra-
tion has no intention of entering on an
extremely radical attack on the railway
corporations. While it is known that the
visit of J. Pierpont Morgan to the White
House last Monday night to induce the
president to issue a reassuring statement
to the country in regard to the adminis-
tration's attitude toward the railroads,
and the apparent failure of the financier's
appeal, has had much todo with the panic
conditions that swept over Wall Street
today. President hoosevelt has repeatedly
said that he is not an enemy of the rail-
roads and that those that obey the laws
have nothing to fear from the govern-
ment. While- it has not been definitely
decided the president may issue a state-
ment outlining his attitude after he has
conferred with Presidents McCrea, New-
man, Mellen and Hughitt.
The conference with the four railroad
magnates, which was granted by the presi-
dent at the earnest request of Mr. Mor-
gan, will be held the early part of next
week. It is understood by those close to
the president that the railway officials
will urge Mr. Roosevelt to take some steps
to "allay the public anxiety now threat-
ening to obstruct railroad investments and
construction and as to the relations be-
tween the railroads and the government."
Since Mr. Morgan's visit to the White
House the president has held numerous
conferences with Chairman Knapp andl
members of the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission in order that he may be in a bet-
ter position to present the administration's
side of the question when he meets the
railroad presidents next week. The ad-
ministration is firmly convinced that the
unrest in financial circles has been brought
on by the arguments advanced by the
railroad interests in trying to prevent
"hostile legislation" in the various States
and not by the attitude that the federal
government has taken to enforce the laws
relating to the common carriers. E. H.
Harrimah, when he was inthis city recent-
ly, and President X. B. Stickney, of the
Chicago Great W'esti. who called at the
White Ho,- today, ve expressed the


President's Views.
The president, it is known, takes the
same position assumed when he sent his
message to congress last December and
called attention to the fact that during
the last five months-within which the
new law was operate at that time-"that
railroads have shown increased earnings
and some of them unusual dividends."
This the president believes refutes the
claims of the railroads at the time that
the new law will ruin them and emphasizes
the fact that rate legislation either by
federal or State government is not the
cause of the present panic conditions. The
president too, has referred significantly to
another part of his message in which he
said, "it must not be supposed, however,
that with the passage of these laws, it
will be possible to stop progress along the
line of increasing the power of the national
government over the use of capital in in-
terstate commerce."
In pointing out these and other passages
from the recent message to those with
whom he has talked, the president has in-
dicated that he has taken no backward
steps in his viewse as to the advisability
of making the regulations and laws still
'stronger along certain lines.
Administration Not Responsible.
Although believing that the conditions
in New York are due to nothing for which
the administration is responsible, the pres-
ident believes lie has done everything that
e< nsistently can be done to give relief to
the money market. The order issued by
Secretary Cortelyou followed by the order
of today prevents the withdrawal of large
sums belonging to the government and pro-
vides the way for the use of additional
funds in Wall street. The first order put
a quietus on the rumor that the treasury
was to immediately withdraw the addi-
tional deposits put in the banks last Octo-
her, amounting to $30.000,000. Today Mr.
Cortilyou issued an order that the $18,000,-
000 of additional currency taken out by
the national banks could be held by them,
without substituting federal for the State
and other bonds with which it is now se-
cured. This, it is pointed out, will prevent
a sharp demand for government bonds for
leplisit as security.
Another step which will put about one
million dollars a day in the circulation is


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the deposit of custom receipts in the le-
positaries as provided under the new cur-
rency act.
The secretary has also notified bond-
holders that he will redeem with interest
to July 1, when they will mature, any
bonds of the four per cent- funded loan of
1907, to an amount not exceeding $25,000,-
000. These bonds may be presented at
* once.

Ho C fereuce with Governors.
Washington, March .-fficial denial
was given at the White House today to
intimations that the president had re-
quested the governors of States before
whose legislatures railroad legislation is
pending to come to Washington for con-
sultation with him as to uniformity on
that question. The name of Gov. Dineen,
of Illinois, has been mentioned in that
connection.
In company with Attorney General
Stead, of Illinois, he will confer with the
president. His coming to Washington is
at the request of the president, and while
it is stated that the visit has to do with
another matter entirely, it is believed that
questions affecing railroads may come up
for consideration. The impression prevails
that the testimony of E. H. Harriman, in
the hearing of the Interstate Commerce
Commission in New York regarding the
Chicago and Alton transaction may be
brought to the attention of the president
byq Gov. Dineen and Mr. Stead, as it is
understood that the president is anxious
for information regarding any contem-
plated action by the Illinois officials in
the matter.
No time has yet been fixed for the con-
ference for the four railroad presidents
named by J. P. Morgan upon the occasion
of his visit to Washington Monday night
last. It is believed however, that before
the conference is held, Presidents McCrea,
Newman, Mellen and Hughitt will meet
and map out their course of procedure.
John D. Crimmins, of New York, who
is on his way home from the South, had
a talk with the president today. He de-
clined to state the nature of his call.

Philadelphia Break.
Philadelphia, March 14.-There was .a
violent break on the Philadelphia stock ex-
change today following the panic in New
York. Although the sales were not heavy,
prices crumbled, and at the close of the
market, appeared to be in a semi-demoral-
ized condition Reading led the decline,
the price for that stock following the New
York figures. United Gas Improvement
fell f-om 88 to 80%2; Cambria Steel from
.3"s. to 32%; Electric Storage from 54 to
47%: lehigh Valley from 63 to 57; Lehigh
Navigation from 83 to 80, and others fell
from 1 to 3 points. The close was almost
at bottom figures. The prices quoted for
some stocks are the lowest they sold in
several years.

Conference with Magnates.
New York, March 14.-It was stated in
New York railroad circles tonight that the
presidents of several trunk line roads will
probably deddl toPtorlow pon their plans


for a trip to Washington to consider the
situation with President Roosevelt. Presi-
dent McRea, of the Pennsylvania, and
President Mellon, of the New York, New
Haven and Hartford, were in New York
today but returned to their homes. Presi-
dent Hughitt, of the Northwestern, is in
Chicago, but is expected to leave for New
York some time tomorrow. President New-
man, of the New York Central, has not
yet gone to Washington. It was said that
there had been an interchange of com-
munications between the presidents rela-
tive to the trip and that though it was
not decided upon positively, probably they
would see the president.
President Roosevelt, it was said, has
not sent a formal invitation and there
seemed to be some doubt as to whether to
expect one.
Mr. Morgan it was stated had not made
the point quite clear to them before leav-
ing for Europe.

Promptly Provided Margin.
New York, March 14.-"The noteworthy
feature of the Wall street situation nevt
to th'e decline itself," said F. A. Vander-
lip, head of the National City Bank today,
"has been the resources shown by the
holders of stocks in promptly providing
margins. The banking position tonight is
remarkable in the fact that the call for
margins has been met with promptness
by practically every borrower. The de-
cline, therefore, would not seem to be the
result either of a stringency in money or
an impossibility to obtain credit, because
in spite of the great depreciation in prices
borrowers are able to keep margins good.
Demoralization has been confined to the
stock market. eW see no signs of it ex-
tending elsewhere.
"The action of the secretary of the
treasury is admirable and conservative.
Certainly no one can criticize it, and the
measure of relief which it offers, will oe
considerable, both in a sentimental and
actual way."

Washington, March 14.-Secretary of
the Treasury Cortelyou today made the
following announcement:
"The secretary of the treasury has this
day announced that any bank that in-
creased its circulation under the terms of
the department's announcement of Octo-
Ier 22, 1906, and was required thereby to
retire the same during the months of
March and August, may retain said addi-
tional circulation upon due notification to
the comptroller of the currency of its de-
sire to do so, without change as to secu-
rities fo- public deposits until further no-
tice. But those banks desiring to retire
their additional circulation obtained in
thll way will be required to withdraw the
'tate. municipal and railroad bonds now
lodged with the treasurer of the United
States as securities for public deposits and
substitute the bonds released by reason
of the retirement of their additional cir-
culation.
"The amendment to section 5153 of the
revised statutes by the act approved March
4. 1907, eliminated the words exceptt re-
ceipts for customs,' and the secretary of


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the treasury is now instructing collectors
of customs at places where it is found to
be desirable, to deposit their receipts with
national bank depositaries already estab-
lished in some cities as the custom houses.
The secretary of the treasury has also
issued a circular announcing that he will
redeem, with interest to July 1, the date
of their maturity, any registered and cou-
pon bonds of the 4 per cent funded loan
of 1907 to an amount not exceeding $25,-
000,000. The bonds may be presented at
once for redemption, and the registered
bonds should be duly assigned to the sec-
retary of the treasury. A copy of this
circular will be mailed to dach owner of
registered bonds.
"The circular of February 11, 1907, pro-
viding for the purchase of these bonds
at 1011/, flat, has been rescinded."
Under these announcements and that
which mad made yesterday about $46,000,-
000 will be allowed to remain in ciroula-
tion that otherwise would have been called
itno the treasury. Of this amount $30,-
000,000 represents public debts temporarily
placed in the banks last fall under agree-
ment that they should be returned to the
treasury subsequent to February 1, 1907,
and $16,000,000 relates to additional cir-
culation engaged for retirement. These
amounts, together with the $25,00,000
United States 4 per cent bonds, which the
secretary today offered to redeem, make
a total of $71,000,000 either left with the


will now receive the customs collections in
the same manner that internal revenue
and miscellaneous receipts have hitherto
been deposited with them. That porticin
of the secretary's announcement which re-
lates to the redemption of the 4 per cent
bonds of 1907 at a price equal to the
principal and interest to maturity. is the
measure intended by the secretary as the
principal source of relief to the money
market.

MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP IN SOUTH-
ERN CITIES.

In view of the wide-spread interest in
the question of municipal ownership of
public utilities, especially in such as water
works, gas and electric lighting plants,
The Tradesman has made an investigation
into the operation of such plants by cities
in the South which own and operate them
u:ller municipal control.
In this investigation tue views of mayors
of several cities have been obtained on
this subject, coupled with the broader
scope of municipal ownership of electric
car lines, and these views are likewise
given herewith and speak for themselves.
No attempt has been made to obtain ex-
p sessions for or against the general prop-
osition of municipal ownership of public
utilities. and while there has been a unani-
mous opinion in the matter of cities own-


hanks or offered to be placed with them ing and operating their water and lighting
as the result of the redemption of the 4 systems, there appears equally as unani
per cent bonds. mcuse a sentiment against municipal own-
The first paragraph of the above an- ership of street railways, possibly due to
nouncement relates to the offer made by the fact that no such examples exist as
Secretary Shaw last October to bring to the operation of these enterprises by
about some degree of elasticity in national cities as are found in the other cases. But
bank note issues. He permitted certain The Tradesman gives herewith a few of
depositary banks that had not yet availed t,.e most conspicuous examples showing
themselves of the full circulation privilege results of the operation by cities of their
to substitute certain approved State, mu- water and lighting plants.
nicipal and railroad bonds as security for Ga Works.
public funds lodged with them on condition Richmond, Va.. owns and operates its
that the United States bonds thus released gas anl water works plants and the re-
be immediately pledged as security for suits of each appear to have been highly
additional circulation. Under this plan satisfactory. The examination of details
national banks took out about $16,000,000 in the manufacture and distribution ot
additional circulation which they agreed Z:ast mihiht reveal to an expert. sources of
to retire at the then authorized rate -.f loss that would not he found in a private
$3,000,000 a month, beginning with March inlamt, anl if there are those who desire
and ending with August, 1907. tl:ese details in extenso, they can be ob-
Upon such retirement these banks were tainted from the superintendent of City
obliged to replace in their depositary ac- Gas Works. Richmond. Va. It is only witil
counts the United States bonds which they general results that this article purports
had been permitted under the order to use to deal. During a period of thirty years,
against their circulation, withdrawing from 1867 to 1897. the total receipts from
from the treasury the State, municipal the gas works paid into the city treasury
and railroad bonds, which they had been were $1,174,855.29. The extension and con-
allowed to deposit. Under the recent struction account was exceeded by $527,-
Aldrich act, however, the limit of retire- 213 57 for the same lwriod. or deducting
ment was raised from $3,000.000 to $9,000,- the cost of plant prior to that time of
000 per t'onth, and presumably owing to lt9ji377.26. the works. besides paying for
the high prices of government bonds in the the entire outlay and all expenses, has a
ma ket, engagements for the full retire- s-riplus of $135.905.31. To this must be
ment during March have been made, and added a reduction of cost to consumers and
$4.500,000 have been engaged for'retire- in saving on city lights of $358,074.23,
ment during April and smaller amounts u which would give a total surplus of $493,-
for succeeding months. It is believed at 9i0.54. This is the bonus to the city after
the treasury that this plan will keep in paying for the plant. Since 1897 the re-
circulation the full $16,000,000 originally s~its show with equal advantage for the
encaeed for retirement, although the priv- -ity, the net profits for the year 1905
ile.e has been given the banks to retire weinr. $132.980.64.
their circulation if they so desire. Water Works.
The deposits of customs receipts in ac- The total receipts from water
cordance with the provisions of the Aldrich wor-ks for the city of Rich-
act, is intedded largely as a convenience to mnind for year 1905 were.... $174.932.16
the collectors of customs at places where The total disbursements were.. 73.084.13
there a'e no sub-treasuries. Savannah,
Atlanta and approximately 100 others will $101.848.01
ie directly benefited. It is expected that 'dI: value of water used by city 24__.-)5.00
banks in the cift~s named, which are al-
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It will thus be seen that the city of Shreveport, La., has this to say on the
Richmond received from its two plants subject:
in net profits for the year 1906 the sum "I am certainly in favor of municipal
of $259,482.65, with no complaints against ownership of these utilities, particularly
tne management or quality of products so of electric light and water. Our city
furnished its citinms. does not operate any of these, but a pro-
Jacksonville, Ita., owns its water and posed municipal ownership has been agi-
electrie lighting plants, and these ae op- tated here and there is no doubt but that
rated directly under city control, some near future administration will put
The net profits on water works it into effect. The only objectionable fea-
for 190 were.............$ 49, ture in this connection is that politics
for 1t were o.n e. l might appear, and it could be readily un-
he net profits on elecricderstood and appreciated that this womust
plant for 1905 were......... 94,181.4 be an immediate detriment to the man-
agement and operation of these utilities."
Profit on the two plants.... .0143,446.82 City Should Also Own Sewers.
Reduced Ratea Oe-HR L. H. Chappell, mayor of Columbus, Ga.,
Mayor Pat J. Lyons, of Mobile, says: has this to say on the general proposition
We own our water works system, and of municipal ownership:
the city rates are about half what they In my opinion it is highly important
used to be for much inferior service under and valuable to any municipality, espe-
private ownership. Still this department cially to those anticipating rapid growth,
adds a very handsome profit every year to to own their water and lighting plants
our other resources, after paying interest and sewer systems. These I regard not
on bond issue. only in the light of utilities, but as essen-
"The street railway proposition is one L.als to satisfactory municipal life. I be-
entirely too large for us to bring within lieve that they can be financed at much
the purview of municipal ownership." lower rates of interest than can be ob-
Shelko Own Water, Ga and Light PlaLt tained by private corporations. I believe
Mayor Bridges Smith, of Macon, Ga., further that the aim and object will be
says: to furnish the highest grade of service at
"I think municipalities should own their the lowest possible cost, whereas it is un-
water and gas plants, and a lighting plant doubtedly true that it is the aim and
for public lights only. These require but object of a private corporation to obtain
few operatives and these must be neces- the highest rate of prices that the public
serily skiled. I do not think a munici- can be induced to pay.
pality should own a street railway, or any "In addition to this, the franchise is a
otner public utility requiring a large num. valuable asset, which enhances with great
her of operatives, for the reason that ta. rapidity as the municipality develops; and
opportunity is there, whether used or not, tnese franchises, once granted to a private
to appoint those for no other reason than corporation, can be reclaimed by a city
tneir political strength, and one politics only with great difficulty.
creep in there is no eradication. "I do not regard the construction and
"A city should own the water, gas and operation of street railways as a legitimate
light plants, and get a good revenue from function of municipal government; first,
the street railway companies for use of because they are not used by the entire
the streets." citizenship; second, their operation is not
SL R confined to the municipality. In my opin-
TM y Low iatX at Jacksonville. ion, where franchises are granted to street
Mayor W Baker, of J nville, railway companies, one condition should
says of the situation there:
The it o e be that they will maintain and keep light-
Sity of Jacksonville owns its on ed at night an incandescent light of con-
elpetrie lighting plant and also its water siderable illuminating power at intervals
plant. Both of these utilities have bee of 200 feet along its entire trolley line."
operated mot successfully in the interest Favor Ownership of Water Works
of the city. Sewer.
"The city has always owned its water lion. Alfred M. Waddell, mayor of Wil-
plant, but it installed the electric light- following to
ing plant in 183. It now gives light to) mington. N. C.. has the following to say
ing plant in 1893. It now gives light to n the general ownership and operation
private concerns at the rate of seven entgeneral ownership ad operation
prNate concers at the rate of seven cets of gas. sewers, water works, electric li-. it
per K. W. It is considered to be one of plants and street car lines:
plants and street car lines:
the lowest rates given anywhere in the "I favor the ownership of ewerae a
"I favor the ownership of sewerage an,;
United States. water works, but not of the oi.er utilities,
Favorable Results in Fort Worth. and even as to sewerage and water works.
Mayor W. D. Harris, of Fort Worth, I think the operation of them should b,
Texas, says: in the hands of a carefully selected coni-
'The city of Fort Worth has owned its mission. unconnected with the ,overnnmL.'
water works and electric light plant for of e mu.nii-aitv and acting t ::er well
a number of years, and there is no demand defined leisltion.
of any consequence that they be disposed i "TI-e experience of many c titps on t'.r.
of. sbjet of municipal ownershiip has been
'The results of the city's operation of iry discouraging. and what w s ,nce u
very discouraging. and what was once a
these utilities have not always been all sort of craze about it seems to have sil-
that was wished, but the cost of service nered down to doubt and hesitancy. it
by them has been less than it would have not to a complete reversal of opinion. lThis
been if they had been owned by private city does not yet own any of tfse util-
individuals or private corporations. ities-not even water or sewerage-but
"Our city does not own its street rail- proposes to buy out the corporations own-
ways nor gas plants. in the sewerage and water plants, or to
Favors Ownerhp of Water and Light.
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FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PASS
RESOLUTIONS ON PEONAGE
ARTICLES.
Key West, March 9.-The first and really
the moat important resolution affecting
the whole State of Florida introduced and
considered at the business session of the
Florida Press Association were relative to
the false and defamatory articles concern-
ing alleged peonage in Florida that have
been published in the Cosmopolitan Maga-
ine and certain newspapers of New York
city.
The resolutions which follow, were intro-
duced by Mr. L. J. Brumby, of Ocala, edi-
tor and proprietor of the Florida Fruit
and Truck Grower, and aroused great in-
terest.
In moving their adoption Mr. Brumby
made a strong and able address in which
he denounced in no uncertain terms the
articles referred to.
Quite a number of members of the asso-
elation endorsed the resolutions in speeches
following Mr. Brumby and upon the re-
quest of the introducer the resolution*
were then referred to the committee on
resolutions, according to the rules of the
association.
Following this action, in the course of
Iis address on immigration. Mr. Edwin
Brobston, of Jacksonville, referred to tlhe
recent prosecution of F. J. O'Hara on peon-
age charges and told of affidavits made by
two of the jurors before whom the O'Hara
case was tried in which the jurors de-
nounce1 as unqualifiedly false the state-


ment published in pamphlet form by Hon.
CUiarles W. Russell, assistant attorney
general of the United States, who conduct-
ed the peonage prosecution.
The original resolution introduced by Mr.
Brumby follows:
Whe eas, A number of magazines and
papers published in the North have con-
tained sensational articles in reference to
the State of Florida, her industries and her
citizens, charging restraint of personal
liberty, in violation of the peonage laws,
and,
Whereas, These charges are untrue and
are working irreparable injury to employ-
ers who at the instance of unworthy and
irresponsible employes are threatened with
and subjected to prosecution for peonage,
therefore,
Be it resolved, That it is the sense of
this association:
First. That the peonage statute be re-
pealed;
Second. That until it is repealed its en-
forcement should be characterized by the
utmost conservatism.
Third. That the press of the State
should unite in a vigorous effort to refute
the published slanders against this State
in reference to renditions of peonage which
have either been grossly exaggerated or
which are wholly untrue.
Mr. Brumby explained fully in his re-
marks that it was not so much the ques-
tion of the repealing of a criminal statute
but contended, in view of different condi-
tions prevailing in different States, that
they themselves were best able to cope
with the conditions involved and could
enact and enforce such legislation as would
afford protection to employee and em-
ployer alike.

THE MUCK-RAKERS.

Hen. Frank Clark's Speech Delivered in
Congress on "Yellow Journalim's"
Fabrications.
Following is the speech delivered in
congress by Representative Frank Clark on
the Cosmopolitan Magazine calumny of
Florida:
Mr. Speaker: To deal with a "muck-
raker" is always unpleasant. It is at no
tin-e agreeable to engage in disputation
with that product of our present day civ-
ilization known as "yellow journalism,"
which for a few pennies and anopportun-
ity to keep in the limelight, does not hesi-
tate to calumniate an entire community,
It is disagreeable because of the fact that
the creature in question is generally so
lacking in character and so bereft of the
essential attributes of real manhood, that
he will resort to any and every form of
falsehood to bolster up his original libel.
In submitting to this house and to the
American people the few remarks that I
shall make upon the subject of "Peonage
in Florida" as treated in a recent article
in the Cosmopolitan Magazine for March,
1907, and partly copied in the New York
Evening Journal of February 25th. 1907,
I know that I shall bring down on my
humble self the relentless fury of the
owner of those publications who happens
to be a member of this body, but who, I
do not believe, has occupied his seat for ten
full days during the entire life of the 59th
congress. But, be that as it may, Mr.
Speaker, I would he unworthy of the high
and honorable position I hold if I should
silently sit here and permit a member if
this body. either from his place on this
floor or through the columns of his publi-
cations, to slander and n:align my people.


I represent in this great deliberative as-
sembly a constituency which is just as
honest, just as intelligent, just as patri-
otic, just as moral, just as law-abiding,
just as liberty-loving, and just as God-
fearing as any people beneath the shining
canopy of heaven. There is hardly a State
in all the Union that has not furnished
citizens for the great district which I have
the honor to represent here, and if you
desire to find the robust American citizen
in his fullest development, just join me
in a journey over the second congressional
district of Florida. Inustice and wrong
cannot flourish among such a people, and
while I feel that no defense against the
attacks of this man through his paid hire-
lings is really necessary, yet I desire to
call attention to some of the falsehoods
contained in the article referred to. The
article seems to have been written by one
Richard Barry. I do not know this man
Barry, and I must confess that I never
heard of him before. This may be my
misfortune, but without having seen the
man, I am constrained to say that he has
either been easily duped by some designing
person, or else he is a right considerable
lier himself.
I shall confine my remarks to my own
district, only mentioning the fact that the
conviction of officers of the Jackson Lum-
ber Company, of Pensacola, in the dis-
trict of my colleague (Mr. Lamar) was
held in the court presided over by Charles
Swayne, whose record as a judge is known
of all men.
What Barry Says.
Here is what this man Barry says: "It
was all proved incontestably in the courts
that the men were enticed to their work
by glowing and fraudulent representations;
that once on the job they were held to it
by threats; that when a few of spirit
rebelled and tried to run away they were
intimidated with firearms; that when some
finally did get away they were tracked
with hounds and brought back at the point
of a pistol; that when the law intervened
in the person of the local justice and
tried to set them free they were shown to
'e in debt to their employers and the
strenuous incident of their keep justified
on the score of an ancient statute which
gave a debtor's lody to the creditor until
tne debt was satisfied."
There is no such statute in Florida as
permits a creditor to hold the debtor's
body until the debt is satisfied. This was
a deliberate and unqualified falsehood on
the part of the writer, and the fact that
he did not take the time to examine the
statue law of he State is evidence of the
recklessness with which he libels a whole
people.
Adept in Libel.
Again I ask you to listen to the words
of this adept in the art of libel: "A dozen
tramp immigrants ran away from the
O'Hara camp at Buafflo Bluff and startled
tie inhabitants of Palatka with their story
of frightful wrongs."
The O'Hara camp he refers to is in my
district, and the head of the firm operating
it is Mr. F. J. O'Hara, a citizen of charac-
ter and standing in the State of Florida.
Mr. O'Hara and his business associates
were indicted for peonage at Jacksonville
by the grand jury of the United States
court for the southern district of Florida.
They were put upon trial last December.
and after weeks spent in taking testimony
tl e case was submitted to the jury, and a
r !i' of "not guilty" promptly returned.
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when he penned his infamous libel against
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had been vindicated by two different juries
in the federal court at Jacksonville, yet
in the face of this he holds up 0'Hara and
his associates to the whole world as -le-
mons in human form. We sre blessed in
the southern district of Florida with a
pure and a just judge. I have known
Judge James W. Locke for many years,
and no lpan ever wore the ermine who
was morn honest, fair and just than he.
We also have an able, fearless, honest dis-
trict attorney, and with the machinery of
the law in such hands, the innocent will
not suffer. I say the innocent will not
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I mean that these upright officials will
got permit an innocent man .to suffer by
reason df an unjust conviction, but they
will suffer, as O'Hara and his associates
have suffered in loss of time and money
in making defense against these false and
outrageous accusations, as well as suffer-
ing the humiliation of criminal prosecu-
tions. Mr. O'Hara is not a wealthy man,
and my information is that in protecting
his honor and his liberty in the two cases
upon which he has already been tried and
acquitted he has had to expend about
$15,000 of his earnings. If his persecution
is to be continued, and he is to be tried
on the remaining indictments which stand
against him, the probability is that while
he will walk forth from the federal court
a free man, he will be bankrupted by
these infamous proceedings.
Strange Inluence.
There is some strange but powerful in-
fluence behind these cases. What is it?
\,hy should the machinery of the law in
this great government of ours be used
to hound down and bankrupt honorable,
law-abiding citizens? Two different juries,
composed of twenty-four good and lawful
men, under the sanction of their solemn
oaths as jurors, after listening to all the
testimony, the argument of counsel and
the charge of the court, have declared to
ad the world that O'Hara and his asso-
ciates were not guilty as charged, yet we
are told it is the purpose of Assistant At-
torney General Russell and his assistant,
one Mrs. Quackenbos, to again put these
people on trial on other indictments, mak-
ing substantially the same charges as
those of which they have been acquitted.
Female Assitant.
This assistant attorney-general and his
female assistant certainly know that these
people are not guilty as charged; thev
know that no honest jury will convi.-t
them; they know that it is their sworn
duty to protect the innocent; they know
that the prosecution of the citizen should
not be allowed to sink into a persecution;
they ought to know that when a prosecu-
tion for alleged crime is persisted in when
its only effect is to bankrupt innocent
people, the government is dishonored and
the pure stream of justice polluted. How
many times can a citizen be put in jeop-
ardy upon the same charge? I have al-
ways been taught that only once could a
citizen under our benign form of govern-
ment, be put in joepardy on a particular
charge, yet we find these extremely zeal-
ous officials, one of them a female lawyer
from New York (and I understand from
the East Side) forcing defendants to trial
on indictment after indictment. charging
practically the same offense and using
substantially the same set of witnesses fo
establish identically the same state of
facts. I suppose, Mr. Speaker, that this
female lawyer from the East Side, who
seers to be the centr lling fcrce in these
prosecutions, gets around this question of
former jeopardy upon her theory that our
people are a barbarous tribe, to whom the
ordinary principles of law do n:t apply.
She has come from the slums of the East
Side of New York to prosecute correct
ideas into the heads of our benighted peo-
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SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE FOR THE WEEK HERE AND AT SAVANNAH.
Price. Sales. Shipments. Receipts. Stoks.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Say. Jax. Say. Jax. Say. Jax. Say.
Saturday ...... !727/4 72: /, 73 27. .... 263 12 4 7,88
Monday ....... 734 73',4/' 227 031 698 3621 84 57,901
Tuesday ...... 1731 731/, 290 7; 125 140 83 1 7,287
Wednesday .... 74 I 59 461 .... 116[ 63 1 7,245
Thursday ...... 741/4 741/2, 20 44 159 86 108 19 7,308
F iday .... .... 174 '1 74 '/., 168 83i 65 71 66 681 7,257
ROSIN FOR THE WEEK HERE AND AT SAVANNAH.
Saturday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Say. Jax. Sav. Jax. ay. J Say. Jaz. Bo.
\\\VW ......16.25 6.2516.25 6.25:6.25 6.2516.30 6.256.25 6.256.25 6.25
S........ !6.10 6.1016.10 6.10 l .10 6.1016.15 6.106.10 6.106.10 6.10
N ......... '5.75 5.755.75 5.,755.75 5.7515.80 5.755.75 5.755.75 5.75
M ......... ]5.60 5. 6015.60 5.605.60 5.6015.65 5.605.60 5.605.60 5.60
K .........!.50 05.5015..i0 5.5015.50 5.50i.5.55 5.505.50 5.505.50 5.50
1 ......... .4.415 4.651.6i5 4.6514.65 4.654.55 4.654.50 4.504.60 4.0
II ......... 5 4. 65 4 4. 65. 6 4 654.i65 4.6.54.55 4.654.50 4.504.55 4.55
; ......... 4.40 4.4014.40 4 404.40 4.404.30 4.404.25 4.254.30 4.30
F ......... 4.35 4.354.35 4 .354.35 4.354.25 4 354.20 4.204.25 4.25
E ......... 14.30 4304.30 4.304.30 4.304 20 4.304.15 4.154.20 4.20
I ) ......... !4.25 4.2514.25 4.25|4.25 4.254.15 4.254.10 4.104.20 4.20
(BA ..... 14.25 4.2514.25 4 2514.25 4 254.15 4.254.10 4.154.20 4.90
REPORT OF ROSIN MOVEMENT HERE AND AT SAVALNAH
Sales. Shipments. Reeipts. Stocks.
Jax. Say. Jaz. Say. Ja. Say. Jax. By.
Saturday .............. .582 55 600 696 295 5259,231 56,429
IMond.y .......... 153 18,774 3,8501,473 323 58,26 52,902
STuesday ................. 1.414 6541 945 6071,113 1,0251,625 53,315
Wednesday ............. 1.834 23511.100 500 717 81241,793 56,627
Thursday ................ 461 42612.372 1,9971 809 1,42351,410 53,063
SFriday .................. 386 1,13614,513 2,3451 218 534149,847 51,242


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construct new plants for those 1wo pur-
lloses; but there is no general sentiment
in favor of buying cr establishlii,, street
railways or lighting plants. I thlnk that
!xnds will be issued, under t!.r r.rthoritv
of the legislature now in session, and after
an election liy the people, for waler and
-ewerage, but for nothing else, except ex-
tensive street improvement.
"*On the general subject I shall not en-
Inrge. as it has already been quite thor-
)ughly discussed in magazines and new<-
;,apers, but simply say that ownership iof
any except water and sewerage plants is,
in imy opinion, unwise."
Danger of Graft in Corrupt City Gov
ernments.
Mayor Geo. L. Babcock, of Key West
Sla.. gives the following views-
"I am of the opinion in many iiitlrrces
municipal ownership of gas, electric lignt,
water and street railways wontll prove
to ie better in many ways, and 1 be-
lieve that there are cities where the own-
ership of such utilities is belic- in the
hands of private ownership. C.)rr.rptk.*
existing in many municipal government
and lax methods in enforcing go-u laws
Prove that it would be detrimental to the
general public if the same carelessness ex-
isted in the operation of such ntiltiies.
"I claim different conditions wouMl. make
it easy to decide or advance one opinion.
For an example. Key West anl other
points in Florida. Many of these conlmp-
nies never have declared dividend What
would be the debt if comparisons are made


with other lines under municipal govern- crated by competent offleals the result
ments? I believe we will be educated up would be the abolishment of taxes, whih
lo the point of municipal ownership an.1 would be hailed with delight for the very
that Glasgow is showing the world a liv- simple reason that taxes never have been
in, example of what can Ie done after and probably never will be Justly distrib-
piihlic opinion has been educated to that uted among the taxpayers. By operating
standl;,oint-when we, the people of Amer-4 theap public utilities at a proft every per.
ia. have finished guessing and ex! i.rimnent- son who used them would contribute to
i-'u with municipal affairs and will base the public treasury and would tl no
,ur opinions on facts and have decided burden in doing so. and furtherimoebeing
that the word 'politician' is being mis- a stockholder as a public eltisn he would
used. have an interest in seeing these -thflng
"Then, in my opinion, this question will nroerlv managed and kept on a jyhlg
solve itself. The American to-Jay is in a basis.
state of confusion, looking ever at the "This city does not own any of itp pub-
almighty dollar, and it is becaus- of the lic utilities at the present time, ol has
glorious country in which we live. For- voted $250.000 of bonds to either btr the
signers are teaching us lessons in econ- nresent waterworks or build a new one.
omy. and soon we will not only be able This is as far as it has progre s in
to demonstrate to the entire world that we municipal ownership, but the peopi~by a
have not been spoiled by the dispensation larre majority, are -i faror of mabelpal
of providence and blessed by beinz the ownership and Mfi aT!ijllqu tt It only
richest of all nations and knawn ais .;eh a question of time t' l liht and
to all the world, but we will. with the oas will be added a aj iy la&ri the
experience we are rapidly recoivinui. know ownership of street raflW -.adas-
that we must turn our though' toi the man (Chattanooga).
many who need our strong arm and proud '
American hearts. And in turn municipal NOTICE OF APPLSU*2W 9*I DII-
ownership will be brought about without CHlu ., e:.
trying to decide it, and without force. In Notice is hereby tll ,uilla a ofc
my opinion, the press will shortly be able law. that the underall Adm -fra
to solve these things, and is doing so, and tor of the estate of .Joe ne C. 8. MU-
vour effort is to be admired. I would macher wil make reaii of his fld ae-
that T could, in my humble opinion, give counts and apply far a lal settle s a
existing facts that would aid you in bring- discharge as much adminiatrator to N.
ins about a speedy solution. B. Phillips. County Judge of Drval (bu ,
"My city has no municipal ownership of Florida. on Monday. .Tune ld. A. D. 1 .
any public utilities. and I have yet to hear JAMEB M. s-nUdu
a sound argument on it showing it would As Admialstertor iat -Eb
be an advantage. All people are judged C. 8. uhiSmer.
by what they have done, and greater bur- Nov. U6 IS- .
yf


W. H. Briggi
Sole S
VALDOS
jobbers of Mill and Tu
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(lens should not be shouldered untO those
already undertaken are executed pte tably
and fair to the many, regardless aa to
what have been the oceompanying con-
ditions. We have been trying to approvee
upon our municipal affairs. If anaact of
mine has benefited the general plib of
tlie town in which I was born, ;l and
good. It was only my duty; but A ad-
vent of Flagler's gigantic unde=tking,
'the railroad to Key West,' con i me
that he or such as may follow i way
of thinking can and will assist ever
they go to bring about modern bli
utilities where cities and towns e do
it. after which the coming genrat will
take up their part and if oppre4on ia
demonstrated, then right will predQ inate,
and if required the ownership wilWgo to
the people."
City Shwold Own Its H
Mayor Chas. H. Bliss, of Penaaoo Mla.,
says:. I.
"A municipal plant properly oerated
should be just as remunerative to t city
as it is to a private corporation. [These
are public necessities and should beowood
and operated by the public thron the
chosen officials and should produeLa rev-
enue for the public for the pure of
reducing taxation. I am not an aroeate
of operating any municipal plant co est
but of operating it at a reasoabl profit
above cost of operating and repa s mad
this reasonable profit should be ed to
meet the other expenses of the miwpal
government and as far as possibleto re-
duce taxation. In many cities wer these
things owned by the mumiefldaltv mid OD-


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L S. NASH. Preeident.
J. F. C. MYERS. Vice-Preident.

American


S. P. SHOTTERL.
Chairman Board of Directors.


Naval


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(OF WEST VIAGINIA)


G. M. BOARDMAN. Treasurer.
C. J. DeLOACH. Secretary.


Company


Exporters and


Sucessers to S. P. Shetter Company, Paterson Dewning Company,
Dealers in All Grades of ROSIN, PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE.


TAR, PITCH. ROSIN OIL and all other products of the pine tree.


HEAD OffIGES: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
BRANCHES:


NEW YORK
PHILADAlPHIA
CHICAGO


ST. LOUIS
CINCIMHATI
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WILMIGTON
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TAMPA
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NEW ORLEAN8
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6 Full Quarts
Carolina Whiskey O" L.u
Cmnl Lwh Er d a mong@ @a-nleils.r It is a well aged
artld and in a estima fr r maperior toethe deceptions and mix-
tuer dold bw rresoaminblo mall erdr whlkhr hou ns t .00 to .50
ga P oao. Wemakea speeilpriose CAROLUNA WISKEY to bhow
U mte we a no afraid ~a kimd a eamtition Our plta eor four- H.
ftrm o. nat u tolTet Mil rderh e bou in the word.
3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FRZEE. go an .
wi pI by ewmm hto qtea a C.ank Whlskeya- we
Be x bue mIumlr y., a aml bottle e ech,.
S|Z..." ".oM ae d C r'a 12 Y1er Old White Cr.
A IsmAL NOITCI We dei ver th oe enxprv p paid arywah
in north Clia Vigin and West Virinia, but custmera living
m eher ita te d by Adamm or Southern Exprem Companies.
it ratOc. extn. Buyers t of LrMi ippi River raiding oo
mcan other expns lnes must *nd L96 for the 6 quartm and 8 1mple
attl and we willprepay expre. Pimit eah with order and addr:
1TI H CASPERB CO., Eac., Roa1oh1e, Va.
(Aslh Wl.8 l, uS. C.) Ow.rn of U. .eistered rtllery No. 6th Dist., V..
An wAhikisr nmad m-deor --, Ifr i Un. of U. M. or..rs and u-r n-e-d E..der te
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THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. DraucLts: Ocala aa .ake City
The largest leading State Bank in Jacksonville. Is conducted in an old-
fashioned strictly conservative manner and is subject to regular examination
by the Comptroller.
lrIndividual and Savings Aeeounts solicited.
H. ROBINSON, W. 3 OWEN, B. GALL.AnD,
Preset. Vice-Preideat. C.igi



E. PRITCHKE. TTPro P. L. SqTHERLAND, Viee-Pre. A D. OOVINGTON, ee'y
.. P. COUNCIL. Treas and Gm' MU.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.
Mauforwr9 of Hfj rarfTo rows
ft ae'-s 4-aru0efeje.


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Brick and Building Material.
Whe you meed these, Portland Cement Plaster Paris, Hard Wall
Plaster, Hair for Plasterinl Shingles, Fire Brikk or Clay. Write to
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-ad esinr weisxigy uouuse 1
6Oe LS (uataslikae im 18.L)
OLD SHARP WITLIAMB-Pure Fine Old
Rye. B- the gallon U.0; tour full quarts
3.0, eOres prepld.
GEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Pennsylvania
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the gallon
2.15; four full quarts t.OO, express prepaid
ANVIL RYT-Pure Substantial Pamily
Whiskey. By the gallon 2.50: four full
quarts 8.9N express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE--By the gallon 12.25
four full quarts U.B. express prepnid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Dflect from
Bonded Warehoue; fine and old. By the
gallon 3.0.; tour aud quarts I.50 express
prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN Itch
and Mellow. By the gallon S2. .: four full
quarts 0.1. express prepaid.
We hladlo al the ledtin brands of Rye and Bourbon Wblukle i:n the market
and wilUl ave y from 5toS per cat on your purcha. end for price list and
catalogs. Maile free upon awpp ltion.
The Altmayer 4h Flatau Liquor Company
MACON. GEORGIA.


ARAGON
JA4CKONVILLv., LFA.
Under new management. Thoroughly
renovated and repaired throughout, in-
eluding new electric elevator and our
own electric light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL. Prop.


Turpentine Cups *
IMPOrTATr.
As our supply of eupe is liited, we sug-
geat that intending purehasrs sed In
their orders promptly to insure delivery.
Fer PriMes On
Cups, Gutters and al Tools
Used i the Marty eys se
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pie. But who is behind her? Why should
the department of justice at Washington
seemingly ignore our very capable district
attorney and turn over to this woman the
entire machinery of the law in the south-
ern judicial district of Florida. The hon-
orable attorney-general of the United
SLates, in his lengthy letter just read to
the house by the clerk, does not tell us,
and he evades the question of the cost to
the government of these prosecutions for
peonage which I sought in my resolution.
Phianthropic Person.
He also seeks to convey the impression
t.at this Mrs. Quackenbos is a very phi-
lanthropic person, and that she is .o
moved by pity for persons held in slavery
S in Florida that she is devoting her time
and means as a gratuity for their libera-
tion. But the honorable attorney-general
will not say what salary she is receiving,
although he does admit in the face of his
statement as to ner great work of charity,
that she does get a salary from the gov-
ernment. How much does she get? The
attorney-general says, "The understand-
ing of the department being that her com-
pensation amounts only to what she is
obliged to pay a competent person for
taking her place in the office she has es-
tablished as above described, her own ser-
vices being rendered gratuitously." Now,
Mr. Speaker, it seems to me it would have
been an easy thing for the attorney-gen-
eral to have told us how much money lie
was allowing this woman lawyer. Why
evade it? Nobody who ever saw this fe-
male lawyer believes for one moment that
she is working for nothing. No one be-
lieves she is working for actual expenses
only. Why keep the amount she receives
from the government a secret? Is any
one else paying for her services? Is she
employed and paid by some one other than
the government ? If so, who is it?
Unfouded Charges.
And again I ask, Mr. Speaker, why are
our people being so relentlessly pursued
in the courts on these unfounded charges?
What is the purpose? Is some one using
the courts and the press for the purpose
of keeping immigrants from the State of
Florida? We have within the State of
Florida millions of acres of rich, unocc i-
pied lands that can be had by actual bona
fide settlers at an extremely low figure
per acre; the honest industrious farmer
within a very few years can reach a state
of independence by tilling a few acres of
our fertile lands; we need the honest in-
dustrious immigrant to help us develop
our wonderful tSate, and our people are
now taking steps to acquaint the world
with the splendid possibilities of Florida.
Can it be that these prosecutions and these
libelous stories have a common origin, and
S that the object is to impress the prospec-
tive citizen with the idea that life, liberty
and property are not safe in Florida?
Why, Mr. Speaker, there is no State in all
this glorious Union that has within her
borders a more law-abiding and justice-
loving citizenship than you will find be-
neath the clear blue skies of Florida.
Churches of every denomination stand
in every portion of our fair State, their
tall spires pointing toward heaven in si-
lent protest that we are a lawless people;
on every hand can be seen a building
erected with money appropriated from the
taxes cheerfully paid by our people, and
dedicated to the education of our youth
in order to it them for the duties of eiti-
aenship in a Christian State; that in spite
of all the precaution taken there are oceas-


ional violations of the law, no man willA M J O
deny, but that our people wink at these
violations and encourage a system of slav-
e:- is as base a calumny as ever was LIFE AND 8AYINOS
charged against any people and I hurl 't B aMl wilX
hack in the teeth of our detractors as a A lk M1 II1 agents arMe coinig money. Band il fr Eausg
./L U Ooutfit ad Contract for territory.
willful, deliberate, unvarnished lie." l Bs Ek, aPrM isa. Lo fICMON LS CO, ATLATA
Picture of Governor


Mr. Speaker, in the Cosmopolitan article,
a picture of the governor of Florida is
presented, and underneath the picture this
"muck-iaker" states that our governor "is
willing but powerless to put an end to
peonage in his State." I wired the gover-
nor to know if this man had correctly
stated his position, and I am in receipt
of the governor's answer, in which he flat-
ly denies the assertion of this man, and
on the contrary declares that the State of
Florida is not only willing, but amply able
to enforce all her laws. This man has not
only slandered our people, but has delib-
erately hisrepresented the honored chief
executive of our State.
Again, Mr. Speaker, this perverter of
truth and wholesale "penny-a-line" slan-
derer places in his libelous communication
a picture of Mr. H. M. Flagler, a citizen
of Florida, and who is president of the
Florida East Coast Railway Company, and
underneath that picture says: "Henry M.
Flagler, of the Standard Oil clique, whose
Slorida East Coast Railway is largely re-
ponsible for slavery conditions in Florida."
Mr. Flagler has builded about six hun-
dred miles of railway within the State of
Florida, and this system was built through
a veritable wilderness; he has builded a
system of hotels along this line of road,
which has made the East Coast of Florida
the Riviera of America. On the payrolls
of his company in the State of Florida to-
day are from eight to ten thousand em-
ployees, and it is notorious in that State
that no man was ever more kind to, or
considerate of, those in his employ than
is this man, Henry M. Flagler. His enter-
prises in Florida have been the direct
cause of providing happy and contented
homes for fully fifty thousand people, and
yet this miserable libel-peddler charges
j..m with establishing a system of slavery
in the State of Florida.
Assault on Wealth.
I thank God, Mr. Speaker, that He gave
me the courage in this day of indiscrimi-
nate and riotous assault on wealth, to
deal justly with the rich man. This rich
man is now, at the very moment when
"yellow journalism" is painting him as a
monster, at an expenditure of millions of
dollars, engaged in the work of linking
tue city of Key West to the mainland of
Florida with bars of steel, and it will not
be many months before, under the magic
touch of his enterprise, the snort of the
iron horse will be heard in the Island
City of the Gulf.
Well, Mr. Speaker, I have already taken
up too much time with this creature Bar-
ry, and the miserable publications which
act as seer to carry away the "muk-
rakings" of such as he. I will content my-
self with attaching to my remarks clip-
pings from certain newspapers in Florida,
which show how our people regard the
dirty attacks of this irresponsible scrib-
bler.


Walter Mucklow,
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUHTAI
RoBom* 46-47-48 Mutual Life Bd
Telephone 278S
JACKONVTILL, LLA


PLANTERS


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I i-- THEJOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.

Theme four great remedies, Nuhbl Tea, Bneuirta, Cuban elief
and Cuban 011, are the joy of the household. With them near at hand, a
man is ready for any emergency. He has a safe, reliable and speedy relief
for wife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you an keep the
doctor's hands out of your pockets, and yet have a healthy, happy fanmy.
Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall them.
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will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Complaints, Prevents Chill ad Malarial
Fever. Cures the common ailments of children; and as a laxative toeais i without
an equal-afe and reliable. In the liquid, it a extremely palaktabl-e children
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women, and classed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth beak to the laded woman,
who has gone one suffering because she thought it woman's lot. It will ear for the
young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young woman for the sared
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For colic in horses it is an infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in Ave
minutes.
CUBAN OIL-The Best Ben and Nerve diment. Is antseptic for 0ets,
snagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cure insect bites and sti ,
scaks and burs, bruises and mores, chapped hands and face, aoe and tender fee
Relieves rheumatic pains, lame beck, stiff joints, and in stock cm wire fines eats,
cratehes, thrush, splint, collar sores, saddle gall, and diseased beeot

Writ u for Prie..

SPENCER MEDICINE CO., Chattanoogal Ten.


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DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

We simply ask a call. We can show yea, at correct and emey
saving prices, many papers of loose pare whie, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is or desire to codnote betin the largest

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Jamies MONt.
Vine-Pres.


w. W.Wilder,
Sec. & Treas.


John R. Young Co,


Commission

Merchants.


Navia Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.


'-2.,; SavA unsh dh Brunswick, Gb.
ssi 'iibbsss r ,ag ,r suu ua ea aa rr aId e e s gee e ag aaa si -
Si:-~


SUMMER LUMBER COMPANY

JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Rough ss Dressed Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.

BOXES AD ORATS.


I S.wSchofield's Sons Company, 1

SJ. S. Schofield's Sons Compan~,
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D. C. ASLEY, Presidert.
B. W. BLOUNT, lit Vice Presdent
sad General MIanser.
CARL MOLLER, 2nd Vice Pres.
G. A. PETTEWAY, 3d Vice P-es.
S. H. BERG, Sec. and Tres.
A. C. BACON, Asst. Sec. sad Tres.


DIRECTORS:
B. W. Blount,
B. A. Carter,
T. G. Culbreth,
A. S. Pendleton.
B. G. Lesinaer,
Carl Moller.
W. T. B. Harrison.


-PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.

Commission Merchants

and Wholesale Grocers
Jackasonville and Tamnpa, Florida.

Capital Stock, $1,000,000.


SHeadquarters for
; Distiller's Pumping
u Outfit
4 No plant complete without one.
SHundreds of them in use in Georgia,
SFlorida, Alabama, Missiasippi and
South Carolina. Write us for partico-
* lars ana prices. We also manufacture
4 Engines, Boilers aid tilh
* Grade Machinery,
Sas well carry a full d complete
----stockof-
SMill Supplies, Pipe,
; Boiler Tubes, Etc.
* Advise your wants.
SMacon, - Georgia.
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., ROOSEVELT CONFERENCE.

railroad Magatex Decde that Such a
Coue is Not Wise.
New York, March 15.-McCrea, Mellen,
Hughitt and Newman, the four railroad
presidents for whose visit to the White
House J. Pierpont Morgan arranged be-
fore his departure for Europe, had a con-
ference at the Grand Central Station in
this city today. The whole situation was
canvassed with great care, and it was
finly decided not to go to Washington.
I Is iuderstood the reason for this con-
waol-was that the four gentlemen in-
vlvgl did not feel that they had any
proper mandate from the railroad corpo-
ratiis to represent them. They felt that
they could not assume the position of a
ad oiaituted commission to formulate
or -present the views of the hundreds of
railrad companies which in turn are own-
ed by millions of shareholders. They ree-
ognised that the railroad managers of the
United States are not themselves in per-
feet accord, and that until some method
could be adopted for securing a consensus
Ot. opiunon, a. visit, to the president would
be idle. At the conclusion of the confer-
ence the various presidents left for theit
homes.
E. Harriman will leave this city to-
f r Virinia to join his family at
o0 e ietorts of that State.
im ,- in making the announce-
ment of his intention of taking the trip,
said that he did not intend to stop at


Washington, either on his way south or
on his return. Regarding the Wall Street
rumors that the control of Union Pacific
had passed from his hands during the re-
cent violent slump in the stock, Mr. Har-
riman said that the report was quite in-
correct.

VALDOSTA TO NASHVILLE.

Construction On the Gap in Georgia &
Florida R. R. Is Being Pushed.
Valdosta, Ga., March 11.-The final sur-
veys of the gap in the Georgia and Florida
Railroad, between this city and Nashville,
have been made and the contract for con-
struction will be let immediately.
Secretary C. T. Williams, representing
John S. Williams & Sons, the Richmond
bankers, who are behind the road, has
been here several days and has just spent
some time along the line of road. He has
been in this section of the South quite fre-
quently during the last year or so, but lie
did not know what strides are being made
in this section until his recent leisurely
trip over the road. He was ainazed at
what oe saw. Speaking or the section of
country, he said:
"The great progress of the South is
shown nowhere to better advantage than
on the line from here to the Carolina bor-
der. I have been amazed at the amount
of building that is going on. The music
of hammer and trowel is heard every-
where and the chief difficulty is in getting
men to do the work. Saw mills, oil mills,
variety works, guano factories and va-
ricus kinds of industries are being erect-


ed, and little places that were no more


NOTICE TO NONI-RJIDEtT.


than postoimces a year or so ago are ueing In Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Creult
converted into prosperous villages. of Florida, in and for Duval County.
"Every year is bringing the South near- In Chancery.
er financial independence. and nowhere G. A. Henry vs. Creo. Henry.
have I seen this spirit more thoroughly To Creo. Henry:
manifested than in the Southern section. You are hereby required to appear to
At one point on this line, where three the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
months ago there was nothing but virgin you in the above entitled cause on or be-
pine forests, there has just been estab- fore the 6th day of May, A. D. 1901.
lished an industry that will furnish ninety- "The Industrial Record" is hereby deig-
two ears of freight a week and will sup- nated as the newspaper in which this order
port a village of 500 people. with stores, shall be published once a week for eight
churches, etc., which are now being erect- consecutive weeks.
ed. There are many immigrants coming Witness my hand and seal of office this
into this section from points further north 19th day of February, A. D. 1907.
while many saw mills and turpentine stills P. D. CA88IDEY, Clerk.
are moving to the railroad in order to get By E. R. HEDSTROM, Deputy Clark.
the advantages which a trunk line af- C. B. PEELER,
fords. Solicitor for Complainant.



Standard Electric Company
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

X EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL X



Fiast Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipments a Speclalty.
WATERTOWN. FLORIDA


L W'viote


C. B. Parke
Vioe-Pres.


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W. APHBURN, Moultrie, Ga. NEMANUEL Brunswick, Ga.
W. R-BOWEN, Uitsgerald, Ga. D. T. FURSIL Savannah, Ga.
SJ. J. DORMINY, Broxtoo, Ga. R. G. KIRKLAND, Nichols, Ga.
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Southern States Naval Stores Co.
Savannah. Ga.
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4 M of Jacksonville. Fla.


Portable, Staitiury Egl.s and iel er
Sa Mill and Workil Machluory.
Portable Outfits a Specialty.
Write for audseme ilust'd 1906 catalog.

22 Ocean Street.


THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK.

et Jachkoavle.


Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHAMRLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnifent sateamhip.e of this lin. e a appointd to sa as fllo, wesi as
Obarietem, S. U., both ways.


From New York, Iem Jaibavilb tz
(Pia 36 aerth River.) STAMeXRL ~ Chi asa new Tk
Friday, Meh. 1,at3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Wednesday, Meh. 6,at 10-.O
Saturday, Mch. 2, at3:00pm... ALGONQUIN ...Thursday, Mcl. 7,atl0:00km
Tuesday, Mch. 5,at3:00pm. .. COMANCHE ....Sunday, Meh. 10 at 10:004m
Wednesday, Mch. 6,at3:00pm.... HURON ......Monday, Me. ll, at 10:0tm
Friday, Mch. 8,at3:00pm ..... APACHE .....Wednesday, Mch. 13, atlO:0am
Saturday, Mch. 9,at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Thursday, Meh. 14, at l0:OtO m
Tuesday, Mch. 12, at 3:00 pm... *ARAPAHOE ... Sunday, Meh. 17, at 10:00m
Wednesday, Mch. 13, at 3:00pm... ALGONQUIN ...Monday, Mch. 18,at l:00am
Friday, Mch. 15, at 3:00pm... COMANCHE ....Wednesday, Meh. 0, at 10:00nm
Saturday Mch. 16, at 3:00 pm. .... HURON ..... Thursday, Meh. 21, at 10:0km
Tuesday, Mch. 19, at 3:00 pn ..... APACHE .....Sunday, Meb. 24, at lO:Oam
Wednesday, Mch. 20, at 3:00 pm.... IROQUOIS ....Monday, Mel. 25, at 10:00pm
Friday Mch. 22, at 3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Wednesday, Meh.27,at 10:l0t
Saturday, Mch. 23, at 3:00pm... ALGONQUIN ...Thursday, Meh. 28, at 10:00am
Tuesday, Mch. 26, at 3:00pm... COMANCHE ....Sunday, Me. 31, at 10:001m
Wednesday, Meh. 27, at 3:00pm..... HURON .....Monday, April 1, at 10:00a
Friday, iMch. 29, at 3:00pm..... APACHE ..... Wednesday April 3, at 10:00k
Saturday, Mch. 30, at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Thursday, April 4,at 10:0m


4"6 on Savings Deposits

A. F. PERRY, Viea-Presoent.
W. A. REDDING, Ohaber.
AMa Oasher.


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SJOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
~~rANTACTUVdltE AD JODBERS OF


SHOES

SAVANN AH. GE ORGIA
"Best SLhes Made for Commissay Trade."
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Hundreds of Lumbermen
ARE LOSING

THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
Each year investigating worthless propositions submitted by un
reliable brokers.
We have spent a great deal of time and money investigating
timber lands in Florida and Georgia, and are prepared to give
you absolutely reliable information regarding any tract of any
rize in either State.
Propoeitions that we offer have been investigated by our ex-
perts before being offered on the market.
You might have your bank look us up before consulting us.
Correspondence with bona-fide purchasers solicited.


Brobston Fendig & Company
asz Wet Forsyth Street. sz ewate Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA BRUNSWICK. GA.


*Jacksonville to New York direct.


CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUThERN LINES.
Freit Service Between Jacklseo Baetea a PlrevMee, afe alU 3stW 7t
Caig at Caletam Seth Ways.
FREIGHT ONLY.


From South Side
Lewis Wharf, Bost


guam htot cohln 1100
,, e omwO L


"Va Charleston. *Via Brunawik.
Friday, Feb. 1.............. *KATAHDIN... ..........Friay, Ub. 5
Wednesday, Feb. 6.............. "CHIPPEWA............Satuday, Feb. 1
Friday, Feb. 15 ............ "KATADIN ............. Friday, Feb. 2
Saturday, Feb.23.......... .... CHIPPEWA.............Saturday, Med. 2
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Between JackamvllM a"l flsgr.L
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bersford (DeLart), sat Inermeal
landings on St. Johns River.
STEAMERS "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
AND "FREDRICK DE BARY"
Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily emnpt Batwday at
3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford daily except Sundays at 9:30 a. .
SCBHDUL
SOUTHBOUND m
Read down | --
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Leave 8:45p.m. ................. Palatka .................... : -0pm.
Leave 3:00 .................. Astor ........ ............. p.
................ ............. resford (Dela d) .............. 1: p. m.
Arrive 8:30a m. ................... Sanford ................... L sav.
Arrive 10:00 anm.l .................. Entprise .............. ...L ia.
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rancl Office 290Broadway, New YOrk.
L. D. JOES. rT. P. A L. scama, CA.
Jacksouvlle Fla. Leomssr. Ia.
WV G. COOPrR, Jr.. A. CL M ILNE, I . A.
Jrcksoarvle, Pla. Pier JO N. R New rYrk
C" P. LOVELL Sept., Jacks t ille. Fi.


FUEL AND BUILOINA O MATERIAL.


The Southern Fuel & Supply Co.
Fooe fimm S rwi. ar woft isAk,


General Banking.

Q I. GARNER, PresMeUt
C. B. ROGERS, View-Pridt.
G. J. Avent.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL.RECORD.


Prospectus Florida Immigration Number of the Weekly Industrial
Record.


The INDUSTRIAL RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY will issue at some date on or about the
first of May next, a special number, to be entitled "The Florida Immigration Number."
This edition will comprise something like 100 pages, carefully compiled and edited, and will be inter-
estingly illustrated, all illustrations bearing upon the subject in question and designed for the purpose of
attracting to the State of Florida desirable immigrants, both from the domestic immigrant centres and
from foreign countries.
It is the purpose of the Industrial Record Co. to issue an edition of fally 50,000 copies, and to circu-
late it by its regular channels of circulation, augmented by the industrial departments of various railroads
coming into the South, and through individual and corporate interests throughout Florida which may
have their own individual sources of distribution. It will be mailed to all the newspapers of the country,
with requests for favorable mention, and will be advertised through the leading magazines and farm jour-
nals, to be sent upon request to interested parties who may have their attention thus directed to Florida
and to its advantages from a farming, commercial and industrial standpoint.
In order to attract the attention of those people who may not read the English language, an epitome
of the entire edition will be printed in several languages, namely: German, Italian, Scandinavian, Rus-
sian, and as many others as we may deem advisable.
The edition, from an editorial and compilation standpoint will cover all subjects setting forth the ad-
vantages of Florida to the capitalist, immigrant and the homeseeker, and will have a large number of
special articles by well known authorities on the various phases of the immigrant situation. Among these
will be articles by Commissioner Watson, of South Carolina, telling of his visits to Europe to get immi-
grants and the establishment of an immigrant line between European points and South Carolina ports;
an article setting forth the means used by other States in the South in inducing immigration-the officials,
amount of money expended, etc.; an article covering the work being done by the railroads in inducing do-
mestie immigration to the Southeastern States. The edition will also contain an article from the Gover-
nor of the State of Florida upon the subject in question; from the Department of Agriculture, giving
detailed and tabulated information as to Florida lands, advantages, opportunities, etc. It will contain
among other things an article on the effort now being made (and we trust will have been accomplished by
the date of the issue) for the establishment in Florida of a Department of Immigration, which matter will
-. come before the approaching Florida Legislature. It will contain articles from the heads of various com-
mercial organizations in Florida, notably from Mr. Rawls. President of the Florida State Board of Trade;
r. Fuller, of the Tampa Board of Trade; Capt. Garner, of the Jacksonville Board of Trade; Col. W. P.
Corbett, Chairman of the Immigration Committee of the Jacksonville Board of Tradi, Mr. Edwin Brob-
ston, whose efforts are well known in immigration work, and others. It will contain in a concise, paragraph
S form "one thousand facts about Florida" for the quick reader who wants to know all about the State be-
fore visiting it. It will set forth the advantages of specific localities for specific purposes; for instance, the
fruit section, the vegetable section, the general farming section, and the opportunities offered by Florida
today for the location here of large maunfactories and smaller industries of all kinds. It will contain facts
of interest regarding the various towns and cities of the State, their adaptability and desirability, matters
of transportation, etc. It will deal with every phase of the labor question to attract desirable labor to this
State.
All in all, the edition is planned upon a most elaborate scale and is planned to cover every point of
interest that may appeal to the man who has his eye on Florida and to the man who is looking for a
desirable farming, manufacturing or business location in the South.
The editor-in-chief of the Industrial Record, Mr. J. A. Hollomon, will have directorship of all articles
prepared for this special number, and the detail preparation will be in the hands of a staff of competent
-_: writers, already employed for that purpose.
S This "Immigration Edition of the Industrial Record" will no doubt mark an epoch in trade journal-
s"' jism in the South, and it is fitting that the Industrial Record should issue an edition of this kind, in view of
af l he a-.t that it is the exponent of the leading industrial and commercial organizations of the State, be-
.m, iAiag-the official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association, the Southeastern Cane Growers' Asso-
aw ajation, endorsed by the Georgia-Florida Sawmill Association, etc.
In preparing the data for this special Immigration Edition, much attention will be given in gather-
ait ia',r g .Jacts and figures which will prove valuable to the energetic and progressive organizations and private
citizens in getting passed by the coming Legislature a bill creating an Immigration Department and in ask-
ing the Legislature to appropriate a liberal fund for carrying on this great work.
The Industrial Record will work hand in glove with the Florida State Board of Trade, and individual
boards of trade of the State, in their efforts to successfully solve the question of increasing the population
of the State with a desirable citizenship.


Cay & McCall
1M3 WaURAMM


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LIGHT SAW MILLS
SHINGEL AND LATH MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES
EtIMes BelWra, FItbUs and aipasi

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AVGVUTA. oOI3LGA.

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ANJIEUSER.-BUSCH
St. Louis Lager Beer
Whoeile
Linrs, Wins, IMIwl Walte
Write for Prices


TYPEWRITERS.
All Makea S10 Up.
Underwood No. 4 GOaod as
New $80.00
Oliver No. 3 New $75.00
Reminton No. 6 New $75.00
GASH WITH ORDER


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THE BOND & BOURS CO.
WHOLESALE a RETAIL

HARDWARE
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.


Successful Men
appreciate, use and advise Life Insu-
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is worth following. Insure in

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Schofield's Pumping Outfits.


Manufactured Especially for Turpentine Distilleries,
Plantations and Pumping Stations.


This cut
represents
the manner
of furnishing
water to still
tub prior
to the invention
of an outfit
that has
met with
such universal
commendation.


Employing this
method of water
supply, is a sure
evidence of lack
of cool water, to
run the still a
full day, also
an inability to
secure the proper
quantity of spirits and
as well the purity
thereof--
KEEP FRESH SUPPLY
OF WATER.


OLD WAY CF SUPPLYING WATRi.
No Distillery is Complete Without The SCHOFIELD

PUMPING OUTFIT.


In calling attention
to this Pumping
Outfit, we
have no hesitancy
in recommending
it to all Operators
as one of the most
valuable adjuncts
to their plants.
It is easy to operate,
simple, and will
pay for itself in
a short time.


They are made in
two sizes: No. 2
and No. 3. Larger
sizes furnished on
special order.
We have arranged
this season to take
care of your business
and to ship immedi-
ately on receipt
of orders.
Write for our cata-
> logue and state what
Size you want.
i) Write at once.


THE S HOFIELD OUTFIT.
We have made this one of our special studies and pride ourselves on having almost
every Operator in the Turpentine Belt using this Outfit.
We are also prepared to furnish Engines and Boilers of our own production, as well almost
anything around a saw mill, including saw mill itself.
WRITE US fOR PRICES, GIVING YOUR FULL WANTS.
Address the Manufacturers J. S. SCHOFIELD'S SONS CO.. MACON. GA.







GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.. 41 West Bay Street


Diamonds,
Watches,
Fine
Jewelry,
Clocks,
Cut Glass
Novelties
Toilet
Articles,

Prompt
Attention
to
Mail Orders


Wedding
and
Anniver-
sary Gifts
Sterling
Silverware,
"1847
Rogers"
Plated Ware

Comparison
of Prices
Invited


At the Sign of the Big Clock, - Jacksonville, rla.
__ WRITE FOR CATALOGUE


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Illustratina and Engravina Department
OF

THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.
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