Weekly industrial record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00047910/00078
 Material Information
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: July 1, 1904
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002658368
notis - ANC5461
oclc - 45459418
lccn - sn 00229571
System ID: UF00047910:00078
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Succeeded by: Florida's financial and industrial record

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ATLANTA, The Chicago of the South,"

1Jksllj Von a .thriving town of

-?MA- doii ctly dstribting the
MK Ji|MIae Aery.
| in^aty recoguini as a,

dtipsp dasy om te te
bteaftents emu -eowee

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aof ta& Ae hpth Idro
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a mus u .1esin 1M 5.

1mo) G ift In s bl tted
i *- is ih -ar e -r

- la e pIth ina IM the
S0 i l isdragr.he ftIs* there -
teahes i.1 s left alive;

SfSay at Jda1 bmeyd a" thirty
geogib. i -PI tie Iine Iwo

Sla l aof bridk stone and
dnStz =mul m danlh .
SAtolk is, a natural

of Oosbesee:
"Ir iefult of a mhaMou

imiamUis aOR obstacles *r
SadL9ater0e tfabrie of saw
-t d ta g, j -
pmomoted by as unitp of
lo -s d.t oe.i-
W eur losei nter-

ihme aua qir

aostagiosm, ad has mch to do with
is-king Georgia the empire State of the
eth. The spirit of new life bha spread
' e tis to other southern States, whi
ae the most active in de deveipat
of their resources, and the spirit of te
Southeast is the spirit of Athlta.
"ffe thim mme ad material emi
Atlanta is fortuatey tuatel d on a ridge
,which divides the watershed of the At-
lamtic fr that of the Gulf,, and at
pd where the matral barrier of the
A a Aian cha iM broke by great gap
in the m tains Thia is the natural
point of ttersesen for Wsway line
frm the West with ftus froI the E101t.
'M& geographiml vsalgs grond is
accompanied by a topographical eminence,
ftm wch the grait d e adyantages
of Atulata are derived More than 1,00
feet above ma-ivel at its loes point
and fhm eke to twel- h Ied at
other places, Atlanta enjoys a ool, brap-
ig .atmrh.pr, with bker that blow
over the foot-hb of the BhWe Rd. The
ehii g air is a kind of a l tie
so diferet from that of the coast a
Gulf regos that a inha nt of the
low ciiri saying to Atlata during
the bad term, feels a am as if he
fad bee drinking great draughts of aerial
chmgnse. The selling surfas of the
rtr, which eapse is almost eery dl-
retion from the city affrds easy drain-
age and keep the sumndi eg n free
bam mealea I
"Atlta's phie bAuilding typif the
solid armtcir of i institutions. H t
coapicN amng them is the Sate cap-
itay wh a wa ueted at a os of $1,,
te. This stately strc td, the ha-s
oese ibuidinm theaters, cltreea the sc-
tor roMes, t3 county eout-hofe, a"d
other pubi edifes, mae up an any-
gate of IWO diftiss invested in blic

'Outside of puL buildings, the architee-
tore of Atlanta is of a pleasing character
a" hae steadily improved dig the pot
thty years. Few cities i -y part of
the United States L as show eare at-
tractive retidenr-stieets or archetctural
desig. indicating more cultrie and good
taste. PNctlae Street, the principal one
f reIdees, has a numbr of elegant
booe which would be mamaint to any
"AtLtnta is a city of hoee, and this is
rst not only in the appearaae of
Z, "tou o, nthe "t*"e of the

owners than any city t its sie in the
Southern states."
The conditions in Atlanta are so favor-
able to manftatwing indstrau that i
as. 40 etablihments, empying 14,6t
wage ear s and producing twenty-sevem
million dollars worth of goods. Firta-
ately here the industries am varied ad
hese promise a greater stability than
where ,oaly one product is handled.
The trade of Atlanta for 190 from the.
bet available data is as follows:
Wholesale .................. 40W
.a.i.................... 26,63,66
Manufactures .............. 27,6 ,M
Fuel .......... I..........
Hores and Mles ........... 6,

Total ........... ....... ","SSf
The following figures are gathered hrom
statements furnished the Chamber of Com-
merce by manufacturers, showing the
growth in the past fourteen years:
18M: Capital $B;,08,98; wage esaers,
7,57; total wages $3,065; raw rmte-
rial, 95,914, 571; valde product $13,74,-
1300: Capital, $16,0~,1M; wae earn-
ers, 9AM; total wages, a343, l ; raw
material, $8324; value produce, $,-
T707,7.- '
Mi : OCpital, $6$3.3,97; wage earm-
er, 15,S7; total wages, 95,09,3; raw
material $14,186,93; value product, Sb,-

Atlanta's principal manufacturing ea-
tabisments are in cotton, iro, mshin-
ery, lumber, sheet metal, terra eotta,
brick, fertilizer, wagons, carriages, fuari-
ture, candy and crackers, eigar. neffis,
hemiials, printing, lithographing, etro-
typing, stamping, paper ad paper bags,
flour and meal, paints, varnish, cottosee
oil and cake, ice, harness, belts, hosiery,
underwear, neckwear, woole goods, gin,
engines, sash, doors and blinds, mantes,
iron beds, spring beds, trunks, desks, ts-
blespieklis, condiments, baking powder,
bread amd cakes, clothing, overalls, milli-
ery, suspender, picture-frames and moul-

In money value, cotton goods and ferti-
liers lead the list. There are three lawge
cottonn fetaries, and Atlanta is headquar-
ters for the Virginia-OCrolina Chemical
Company, the largest producer of fertil-
ers in the South. It is also the head-
quarters of several large sawmill compa-
The Now Atisata.
ThO A few Igf e. They ne a,,
nes, bmt nmeemery to show what the ety


risy is. '-i In ae
showed rod rea i

a" pesrs a Pa

spite of a lower sl aof
was ata m,7Mu
$13JNMA. Iha 4nla^.
S- y m --, 1

Ath bilts io wel R
so the Cir Myu

Tearbshmeste u.- ot
IR in bea O I i

of the et. uoeatg.t of'

Ithe ton & f -

N"* to ?aL a Wi 5
The amiemo Tb e of Nol lt
p"Grty i. nMa .u.gm
The city o o aenirmjei

p e baM pa the
W4,3W7A, tfe nt ado
There is ao Gaktlm 44f
dbt ias limited by ta 8
46i6 as Wen per sea-
'fm the res'y. The #i
fre, ld o airer tmer
The Chter -eqi tOn
General COMi tea, eVa 40
$176,l sash fr-m wa M
Keeps the Tmram t 1 f4|
the city s te to as hi
Ipr Cast. bo nd ade;
There is amdd rg qrt
which was etei mT e by a
-at aI the = -
Coneal ar redtdM wto 04.
from the ame Of the e*tr
asciert to retire the
thirty ear&.
The expretni o h;I
yew iJM wuso,*&"
-el the r-imon ad
thria bonds, 4em..l"lyf

diLffeem is ob.bets tt fL
emend.KJ hum t
ea Ower mr fl 00 8 14

Atlanta hbasa a--e FORM
divided into thre wateih- pi|
ach. ft has *vle a!lhi_
mounted -n ad the.
beig forty men.
Them is- a Eam
cost oa 4, mrd

no". 11-0_

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tt vim Mwe asad the value
tr-iMtesta at risk w0,-

fte Ua for eighteen years

Sisson64 on sanitation
eM S0 men were en-
Broad of Heath in heep
des. There are the usual
S etto, and contagious
i ewer system of the city
Os a fa designed by
r --l-oftt New York.
au um new& M
*J 1988 i were 1941, making
SAlmortality 1764 per cent, being
0111h111dU a" 14A8 for white.

I terwerka Department of Atlanta
t lest phA in- the country
wam water at the nominal
H f a pr thousand gabons of
lIberal rtea are
h erm, a meen at the
gal, the Department pays
Jnem to the city
hare a daily pumping capee-
W-440 1 gAslo and the actual
in NIU was ,136,77 gallons
T p suply enies from the
mver, above the city, and
t aot Peaehtree Cresk. The
A frte the mountain se-
i spreely settled, and so far
Ssatisfacetory. The water
a mittsg basin, after which
al ceMeas to the city as

lfW\~ q

A01' he the ammat dishibued by
Op, armtemt, the city .pet
ae ame year in constructing

l 43i Atlanta, spent $7,91.01
sh.. I m the city has spent
Ssret sewmes 'ad side-
IRv' 'lame L34 mles of paved
111" m ,a of paved sidewalks,
miles of sewers. There are
I 1 apbhalt streets and several
iet *Ua rik. The rest is paved
Slokod, alert aad measdam.

il ame beMrtiful steeta for
i '"tee, Weaingtou, White-
dl 'i r witreeht and Capitol Ave-
SPseredt with asphalt, and this
bakes a Oe speed trhway.
*********r '*k- 1 fi' llire I ct-
b' ir, for- a continous
iaiupr, bThrsee and owa

*lH WB a uam-I pike to Buck-
ea-th of the city with a chert
Park. aixmdles beyond the
SThb forms a eontianue
li(fm miles long in a north
ts, with a smooth surface.
Ina"wnB adapted to arrives, bi-
i^ imliumobiles

I*a masy hbadsome buildings,
it b e the State mapi-
w- a H'oea, te Ormgie
_Armiavtia Bose, the PWe-


each year:
1804 .....
is" .....
1896 .....
1807 .....
1W8 .....
18f .....
1900 .....
1901 .....

190M .....
l9 ...

....... .. .. .. ..$

Gus Muller & Co.

meat Hotel and the oflee blellaes Idr
which the city is famrms. They make ie
heart d Atlanta look ike the lower prt
t4 Manhattan Island. Each hs a steel
frame, with non-combt le prttiiis,
every modern convenieace, adm a costly
interior finish of marble and hardwood.
The elevator and janitor service is first-
class, and 'lavatories, barber bsops and
restaurants are well placed. The ground
foor in a majority of these buildings is
ocetipied by banks, whose oiees are su-
perbly finished. The population of these
palatial hives of industry amounts to sev-
eral thousand, and the facilities they offer
for doing business are unequalled else-
where in the Southern States.
List of Fire-PrMf "Oa zu0ltini
'Equitable building, eight stories; Eng-
lish-American Building, eleven stories;
Austell Building, nine stories; Prudential
Building, ten stories; Empire Building,
fourteen stories; Peters Building, eight
stories; 'Fourth National Bank Building,
sixteen stories; *Candler Building, seven-
teen stories.
The aggregate cost of these nine strue-
tnut, exclusive of the land on which they
rest, was $4,000,000. They are all occu-
pied, except the two under construction.
in which space is being contracted for.
The Building Inspector's record shows
that in the nine years since the Exposition
of la05, buildings to the value of $15,256,
168 have been erected. In the same period
4,66 dwellings built house a new popu-
latin of 20,W0. Since the census of
1900 new dwellings number 2,663.
Bank DepmM.
The following table shows the deposits
at the end of the first week in December

Liquor Merchants


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1 1,00,127.8

Potal Biness.
Comparison with other cities, by var-
ioms barometers of trade, and industry,
indicates that Atlanta does more business
than any other city of 100,000 population
in the United States. As a newspaper
center it is phenomenal. The receipts
from second-class mail matter at Atlanta
were $55,58.83 during the year ending
June 30, 190. This shows that o news-
papers and periodicals Atlanta pays the
Government more than Brooklyn, Balti-
more, Buffalo, Washington, Omaha, New
Orleans, Louisville or Indianapolis.
The receipts at the Atlanta Potoffiee
for the year ending June 30, 1903, sere
$477,047.45, an increase of fourteen and
four-fifths per cent. over the receipts of
the preceding year.
Atlanta is the third insurance center
of the United States, and easily first in
the South.
The receipts of premiums reported to
agencies here are estimated at $8,000,000,
about equally divided between fire and
life insurance.
Atlanta is the headquarters of the
Southeastern Tariff Association. There
are no burdensome insurance laws in this
State and taxes are reasonable.

Jacksonville, Fla.

Whiskies, Gins,


from $1.50 to $5.00
per gallon -
Agency for Lewis 1866 and
Mount Vernon Pare Rye

Cantrollers Blu's Monogram sad Sgi
van Rye-Agents for Jungs, Cinein-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.


517 mfd 819 West Bay str .



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Cotton, Saw, Fertilier, O(l and lee '-
chinery, and Supplies ant &r4 .
Machine Toolsr Wood-Working Mlmbuspl
Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers, Lather M i
Rubber Belting and Hose, Bairke *
Mill Supplies and Tools.
Plans and estimates furnisd tfot HM-
Plants and Steel Bridges.
Steam Pump eed Water faa
Haistle OU$

TRh RECORD cm L 11 w0O111211 DOLLA30 TO mW .0 wZEL


IA i sA th- .wauid center of th

to Wbh*ain; Southern to
iie; Sothern to Birmingham;
Abentto F "t Valley; satheM to
V JaVD*y; Southern to Brswick;
it I to Augusta; *Seboasd Air
to Miagin a; bebeasrd A*r Lne
tl 6; Westerni Atiantic to
kfi -; Atlanta ad -Wet Point to
r; Otrl of Geogia Railway
f l& awshrille to

'- e m-etions of these make many
i. w ftes, oer which there are trains,
LfCr pl, to Columbus aad Albany.
lon auer aiwoy, Cemtral of
SIhe1uily and Atlanta & West
rasway boe let the contract. for
station at the emcor
ml Miamoa Btremt, nrd wll
about a million dollars on the
Alsmet her tey win spend two
m s stations a terminal facil-
I4etdl with i. It is about half

any other city In
P. T Eledmat is a re-proof
o i b at class, with sted
=&n Mr e t A. em aiu
| M t'bq Maario a ree laog i-
-a pstatm& wi thi-w
.Thms are mmerem
a, amy number to h.-o
SM Allos is he sto4p~'ala
She travel abe& e
,** is apWl beasming A
Woswt oV i of th elam.s.,
san. d d clma .

14 ob hamndeld ad korty-two
IkMeralat from the heart Of
o the l s^e- m portion sal theue
iptrB rt. In 'some directions they
or OiW miles, n in the as
ftrk, aoeator and the .hat-

senei n excellent, and there are
il ofd trucks within the
The aiform fareis five
t* th Ave trnrs fers in-
ila today part ofth city. Al-
ny spot od a ear lie, within the
Ma he rmachedk from any other
ame fare.
pl ervice to all the parim
oeqr*tsd, ,a electric line to Mar-
kis M eompleted.
lit ad Pswer.
ll well Mspplild with gas at
Lr1W *g -4so per thousand cubic
It to *0emomieml that gas stores
lr Oruse d for cooking pur-
r.a ew for heating.
atewh oft Business.
-- e-
.bo .ri- k ta is growing for
sq 'flai its popflstio. although
OWs'MWn -fast a that of the country

ea d of Trade, soeeededl by the
h : of COmmerce, has been active in
the intrets of Atlanta. All
mse thq onward movements
**ab wgite or aided
'5 puseat efh at


Gftitr msowgik Aned1t91m, .1
w. lef. J. K. ,Ot is- n.
W. Cl. oCaper snetry, has is hed-ar-
tera at th Chabor of C mmere and has
ci a powr k'nag forward the ad-
vintages Georgia a"d Atlata in the
eyes of the world.
Mutational aciLiti.
Atlanta has a imposing aray of edu-
cat l institutions, extenlig from the
public school system to the great poly-
techna institute kmowa the Georgia
lastitAte of Teeahology. There is a va-
riety of technical schools, including law,
medicine, dentistry, hadierafts, business
colleges, indtrial schools and divinity

There are sixteen white adm six colored
Grammar schools, a GirPs High School, a
Boys' High School aad a eight school. The
total expeditur these in amttions
during the year 19M was $184~,2m The
cost per pupil was $1.75, ad the number
of pupils 11,00l
There the aw al u rgaintion of Sop-
erintdt, AMistat Saperintedent,
paieipal and teachers, under a Board of
The teacher meet in normal class oem
a week, aad may of them spend their
smmer vaeatios at the summer slhonds
of the great iversities. There is a fi
prit de corps, ad excellent work is

' Atldta's great national istitutio
h the Georgia Institute ot Iechology,
sIpsted by the State o Gorgia, with
Mn OaditioMn annual appropriation from
e lty. It. has about MsO stdl s, amd
the wrk i the b. t f it kind i the
boh. Th are m-hbine shop in wood
ad 11 the metals, a hiamith shop, a
textile IdeAl, ad departmset of electrical
sad meeknical engieering. In addition
oweis m extiellt Wl in OwM nies,
Cholstry and the other Inlrtie schools,
with a good edueatio in english.
Graduates of thi institution have been
disguised for the thoroughness and

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I OOutft
0 o plan 4aLlapi iac

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0 lam iime Priam W

0 as won aiil a _fimr~r~i)

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o IS
cont ot
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Tampa Hardware Co.

Turpentine. Mill and Phosphat SuppNm&t.

Large Stock Council and Iolumm' .MW: i
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the practicl value of their education,
wheih has ehaMed them to go fto the .. .N
ops ad reeitation-roms directly into
mawfaetioag and engifteering plait.
A number of them hold very high and
sposible position in the magenent of T
great nterpries, d almost without ex-
piwa gadaMlow NOWBad oP Of SAV4
- produtive idanty.
Ther e ma stmdets attedig the
medical colleges of Atlanta. JORN R. YOWrG. e
The Athata College of Physieas ad Pndent.
Sergeoas is e of the best equipped in
the country, ad its course is very thor- J. P. WIIAMs. C. s.
oh. It I~s a ery l r e m C. W. SAUSSY. P. L SU
ough. It has a very large attemae from ALFORD, J B P
all parts of the Southern States, sad Ime J. E Y
from beyond that territory.
Th e eltce ge o Moedielie ad
Surgery is alo wll attended. Our tanks are well
The Dental College holds a position of oonVeniently situated a
eminence among insitutiat of that kid. Railways. Our charge
The members of the medial and dental WRITE EITHER
prfesions of the city rank high.
There several excellent instittios
for the education of girls, notably the
Agnes 8cott Institute, the Southern Fe-
male College and the Washington Smi- W
The Southern Military College is an A
excellent institution for boy, and Hnt-AIN
her's Seoio for oys has a ine reputation. Turpnt ne I
In the institutions of higher education, T rpe t
there a about 6,00 students, nearly
equally divided between whites and
McHeav Wagon
People of Alan have m aIed y -Wa,
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Log and Phosphate

n, Ilarmess ran

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ahm .t. *th Symds

Si U anl voted to seaedpt

o ahsaw by the recrd for

uS, Febrary 45.7, March 51.7,
May 0.0, June 75 July 78.6,
Sei, Bseminbe 717, Otober, 1.5,

w.1 iirage rainfaB is 958.B

sa several beautiful parbka
Fk, with a so and' eylorama;
f-^ wreW fais anu aexribi-
lod,; Lkewood Park, East Lake
Ae Lae. Springs mshe a laue

n ia city of hsc-he&
alrre-t4l a the attendance s am
ligPrp The city is headquarters
w*.s*-s.1; the
4 sa"l BihEop W. A. COad
4he ikfhish chureh, both live

ae several hospitals and orphan

Sioi nthe foregoig and aot
00 fremeas stei the city basi
460it- b* the master n
to see wht the city will
ready a manufacturing eentre,
depot, a health reamrt and
situated in the midst
-products which ae needed
favored with ample
seteens, radiating to all points
hiaepli ad ifth the moet pa-
pepultion a city could eer boast
g qualisM f really 4uim to op^ss
tiat WllW sheaft bet As surely a
ir l, she ia destined to be at once
am nn w York of the South.
qepit gOss -pa4 f-m rwhich
Sairuaw a supplies wheo
4i opeaed. No eity offers such
to immsnehs and masua.-
a city can show as deean a record of
d ness in every manufacturing

Lk iM looking for a glorious climate,
at r investments, a piqee where
aSktnred society can h enjoyed,
-an show the advantages the
M(ty of the South ddae.

i Jg 3 iN SW a"

!'' e m
1 yrrrs gne by thee nre few job-
ases shoesad pt ry ioods in
States, and toe few car
Hs -^ n ft t Ves"-Wry for the retail
i d0 ig anything Hlke a large
Bi a : nso r t northern maret* whne
islL oses carried large and corm-
ftj n.osi order to s ply their wants.
M O tbir days New York was headquar-
P-s' s n ins of y importance
SM tbhaght of doing buaina u
winking that market, at least

was way f large and varied

-eoks. %Bt is ricnk yue ithee li beew
a wondrfI- i ac-e. & libs jhibg -es
in the autkh hae gowa in meber as
well a' in sin, and pze carrying complete
stocks of the very best amrtamets of
goods adapted to their seet of the
country, and are in a position to supply,
in a most satisfactory mannr, the re-
quirement of the largest retail houses in
the country. OQ the other band, te large
jobbing bouse in New York have gradu-
ally goem out of buiinesm. Only a few
weeks ago, Sweetser, Pembrook & Co., one
of the largest hoses i the United States,
elsed their doors, sad to-day, strange as
ft may seem, there are only three large
wholesale dry goods houses left ih the
eity of New York. The netesity for
such houes no longer exists as the pro-
gresive, up-to-date merchant has chaged
his method of doing business. Instead of
baying twibe a year fro New York jb-
bing houses in large quantities, often
buyig too much, and often ading unde-
sirable goods on hand on account of con-
ditiea having changed between time
his order was placed and the goods wee
shipped. He now buys from the local
jobbing house just such goods as he wants,
jut when he wants them, keeping his
stock fresh with up-to-date goods, saving
freight azi loss of time in getting his
goods and above all secures Ms goods at
the vume price be woul lave to pay the
Northern jobbers.
Jacksonvilles a jobbing center has
demonstrated in a practical manner the
erreetness of the aoe statement. The
Covington Company, the largest shoe and
dry goods house in the State, are selling
goods to the majority of the best mer-
ehante of this State, Southern Alabama
and Georgia. Only last week they sold
to Mr. Frank Adams, Jasper, Fla, who is
one of the most progressive and up-to-
date retail merchants in the State, a bill
of 1W dosen shoes. Mr. Adams in addi-
tion to being State Senator ad president
of the Senate, owns three or four arge
stores, one at lake City, one at Jasper,
Fla, one at Sparks, Oa., and has interests
at other places. He is one of the most
emnervative buyers ti the South, and the
fact that The Covington Company secured
his order for shoes, after having sold
him large bills of dry goods in the early
eaon, is enclumsve evidence that thi
progressive Aad enterprising rm isi in a
position to meet pompetitn' from any
source. They carry the largest stoek ever
carried by any house in this. State, and
the rapid growth of their business is due
to their staight-forward methods. Their
motto is "Sueene for our customers is
sueess for us." Their business has grown
continually from the day located in
this city, and this year a compared with
last year, shows am incease in sales of
6 per cent.
There is no need for any merchant in
this State to go to New York or any other
market for dry goods and shoes as long
as The Covington Company is doing busi-
ness, and Mr. Covingtoa states that he ex-
peets to do business bhe&te balance of
his natural life .

Every man who visits the Pike at bt.
Lois should take an insurance policy
on his feet and on his stomach, also on
his eyes and ears. There is so much
ground to cover, so many rare dishes to
sample, so many queer things to se ad!
bear that-well, an accident pocy pro-
tecting feet, t each, eyes and ears will
be a prudent instraud.

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van o s mim Inrou
th mes fSIMON& I tafen
t id the m n am ewt
Put a beautel peas, al-
of "b e*=W~ pai be

SM k-b' mop Mokm wedi
a witwAbrio rra. The at-
Sof voioityu we ip als,
iNS t ei be, Wa Mpo

Spam odba Ig t tai
ithebe" of, I Jain
II'm *a rtrng -e being
ftebl 4r Mho wry bah. us-
SAA does tem I tJimra Wave
aUlaboir btItwas -is
the eaterram tk a
Ohsintm o "09801
wer called .6..

apy ife 4uraw than PeeL
"hy hiM hvav taken to
a" m The Matter
toeadh the qftenslaglel do-
4#"As for mwrooigtlas.
up h Q~qK2d supe.rn~-
so-bdbsffem that the
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stw e A at ts em neay omwspa
by. sw ,lPO of pImI
priel wl mMsae aevwy eam l the bei-
-. to ismr&re ~d h binood stooek term,
or is mnudm at es rers of shiom,
and enjoy wen amd repos with Ato-
lO- stem yt rand other trapyig
of wealh.
[Te, I ndBtrm Bn eard mk the above
eM I f.ei tei w~Iy Navl tan s
Reviw, of aSfaitn of the 1oth of Ju,]

t"M frM Ahmet.
Atlanta Bureau, June 30, 190.
Thbio have bre ummI- ly quiet in
ths city this week. Only one eonentio
and that bing the Georgia PFueral Di-
reeter. Naturally, they did pot make
The main bildig for the amiion dol-
lr depot i nearing -comopletio
'Th herf ge fottaff p-nt here
in unotedly that of the DeLonei Man-
ufaetwlug Co. The original works were
burned down sm two yewr ago and
replaced by bIildings of brick and teoeL
Here are made '* kinds of mchinry for
the awmill ad ultivators of the oil.
The -amp-y has a well daerved record
for i y vrifsy -ving mtinfatio.-
The only aw mauafactory tI the Soath
is lhated at Atlsta,. The Southera Saw
~W-rk 1' Boyd, preidc.t, ba a reputa-
'ti fr' good work that extemd though-
It te Southeastern Stae The pras-
'ae iawy right ad the q ity of their

The Atlanta Steel BWop o. Mhke#
be'pahg, etso ties and Vght rail, and
hav ilt up a ihge eiele of ea mers.
They praeially cover the entire South
an their deaalg.-

The mea stage i the development of
the telephar i at hand. There is on exhi-
bition at the L. Louis exposition a au-
toetie telephone syb tm that does away
with the teepho.e girl and Al the hid-
rmene to eeret an prompt Mvie. A
~rmps of the Womaytrero Rec-
ord, writag fro St. tams, ay of it:
.I. the ea of te antmYatie tlaphmei-
the A PaiMlbi hLaalt,by imAply muip-

iating a dw a, the imbtram. nt, make
the call of the persm he wihmb to ring
up. The eomti is hetantameoum is
boktuely eeret, aad: thbe is no chame
for another subcriber to ut in or in
my way interfere with the lae ai -w
Erri re dedared to be ilmpwml. the
abbe semrasy o the varims Parts of
the eqpaipon having he e established. A
tired, slepy, ndiferet, busy or '%s
eeutral ea never iatervt to irritate and
amay the suberiber, and the .beeriber
will ever e ealed on to pet a bad
quarter ofu hbo r yta to ring ff ad
ma& up another number. imsomnmntioms
ee autemafiay and Utm.er e' bang-
ing up the receiver. If the party called is
uing Ms pheoe a bal gives the bey ag-
Ml, but y -a" get him jut -as Mm A
he gets through, and he is never reported
buy if he in n- t besy. Foregaers weuld
met e elled to get an iterpmer i
aein b all up anyone who upe@b
their l angs Teh the didl the a -
bher reqid and the Preachman or Re-
nlar a whatever he were w ld be able
, with h ... in ny hia where
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Agent for Dunlap and Sietaon Hats; largest stock is thel|ti,

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Turpentine Aoeation, of which 9,0M aeaes ae now being w .'e
with 1100 Acres Bound Timber. Price........................
13.000 Am.r Liberty County Virgin Timber. Pri. pfeae...
5.12 Acr Liberty County Virgin Pin. Priem per aw.......
22M000 Aoes awmill Timber on St. Join River.
22000 Aerm Calhoun County, of which 7,780 re am e rep
Balane now ready for the aw. Loated on two navigablem tm.
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and Brass Castings, and machine repairs of all kinds.
Agent for Stationary Engines Boilers Pumps, Heed Water Haaters an '.- '
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Obsess Ope left lhat Rigt
ismam toh1 e sonav with
en b om.1b eattiont and
It wH larrie teie, bar-

islm mud to the tee of

miberlif of ,te aommittee o
6Wf f lorida DLy, July 2, sd

k tee inemesion to be held
r' taCt d, ad to extend a
Wlomee d sm of that great

^1*7 *-" I.fKANCtS, Phritt."

oddrams of a de m and r.e-,
hea m-e by rt c. Ca CaerM
s ow of. Thmai. The
A SWass bowamd, as wil be
Sof bafdb's bu known pub-
a" We wim ak addrms

anmfr 1n athe btat bUdink Ho-
S a wile abe bm t. to

sulk, wi ll be puL
gl. obalto im that Ileri wil be
a10 I0iat wt Perids day
m dis A las
didlimsi aa e meM at %a -opeai
Alnd wa emals there *i the
; e iri N in July ill be a ir-
e tw at L Ids. The pre-
for the e .leat m of Jul 4th
te a have bsee very extensive
me rave tol for
Se days dhelbuamtho. It will be
Sto wies e a deam-

h t smesmo the epegof F.the
m orsdA o ee ee
MWlb duisgsm will be theme in

ra ethat a e -pptume
6 gIt the epsoaitim irill net euw
2-t week in July. It will be
W6 th m"any mats of n -

~ qDb fa y emeitdoe at th World's
Saly &, 1R nspoltim auter-

by Rev. W. A. BAHobo, of Jack-

ofr welo.eo by Gomnor D. a.
proddent of the Wars PFair.
by Cao Chum. C G rier, pres-

Roy eYr Ga.. X. Nel., of Jack-

77oftl Hea .rank Clark, Lake City,

Au OwL G.. IL Fdora; peideat
~aS eard Trade.
Cal. A. & M&as, vise-presMeo

Ak. A. .Osiagtem, Bristol,
:1%WmjiFrp m*, Ogieraors
Th:I' -i

Address, Hon. W. J. Bryan, Jakson-

Address, Hon. W. J. Hillman, Jackuom-
ville, Fla.
Address, Hon. Mark Bennett, chairman
Bureau of Publicity, World's. Fair, St.
nvenis Prsmu.
Program for the day to eloe with baa-
quet at 9:30 p. m., Hamilton Hotel Re-
spoues to toasts will be made by Presi-
dent Francis, Captain Garner, Mayor No-
la, R. V. Covington, Col T. Appleyard
Hon. Jefferson Browne, Col .Edwin rob-
stom, Captain Corbett, Jaa. A. Hollomoa,
W. R. Carter, D. H. MeMillan, Senator
Telfair Stockton, B. B. Tatum, J. --
Cranford, Gen. A. W. Gilerist and


The Knwles & Wilsm Turpsitie Cam-

pany Apply for a 1t ster.
The latest claimant for naval
business to enter the lIsts in thi
is the Knowles & Wilson Turp
Company, which on the 2th of this
will apply for a charter. Under
company proposes to buy, lease,
and deal in lands, timber and naval
to operate mills, turpentine stills, t
eandise, to build and operate mil
steambbats, and to engage in minis
rations, such railroads not to be a
carriers, except in transporting the
eats of the corporation.
Its capital stock is to be $156
10 shares at $100 each, to be p
upon issuance of the charter, with
leg of increasing capital stock to
000, on vote of stockholders. IIts
porary eoeers are Perty M. Col
Gaineville, Fla., president; D. H. K
of Brown, Fla., vice-president; H. h
son, of Valdosta, Ga., seeretar
treasurer. A permanent organ
will be effected on the first annual
to be held the first Wednesday i
gust next. The subsequent annual
ings will be held on the fourth W
day in January of each year.

Capt. Columbus l. Chestnut, sua
te ment of the Savannah Board of T
lied in Savannah on the 18th of
*n the 67th year of his age. Capt. C
nut was an experienced naval stores
having been associated with Park
Jakson, and later with W. C. Ja
& Co. Entering business. oB his
account he met with-reverse, and
years ago accepted the superintendent
the Savannah Board of Trade, whie
sition he held at the time of his
Capt. Chestnut was a hero of the

White Spgrings
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The Great Health IL adi the 304

menlu" S3rlis fer %WIM b0suu0mN
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privi- MRSL. E ROB~Ki, ropirktr, WHITE S UN&. '
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The revival of business throughout the
West iN stiffening the market for naval
stores. The effects of bad spring weather
have worn off, and the demands for paints
and vraishes hve been greatly stimulated
and no first elass painter ever paints a
house witho-- using a few gallons of
One satisfactory view of the outlook It
that although- business is not as good as
it was a year ago turps still keep above
the 50 cent notch. The Tankers did it
with their little combination.
O our E-glish comuins ake 4 a *rm--
SOur English omak uqae a flet-dos

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Table Unicelfed.

Every Attendmi lo

MRS. H. PAXTON, Owner d Proprietm, WHITE SWtNG 0fl,

JA Mt .A.
under new manLgemt. Thor
renovated and repaired h
.elmdin new electric tlevar*
own eltric liIgt plant.
H. N. O'NEAL, Prj

a.L S. mazONOU W. IL JU. J411L LAhlEIU W. W. 0WuP
PromamL. VMSe PM& n. Sea ee. A~. ad&1M

6he W. B. JOHNSON CQ.*'

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*^i tw bo we wlting fr prim
eMif bp elow ceanto am -Bi
r 1.fe;eHw who sat at the ri' h Ai
".g fe the wa, t abr.

k; 4sy..remie dropped a few point
even s'te they were freen l$.0 tt
ai barrel higher tha at this tim
ba i e.'

.h.e is probably le. r;s
%e Mo"d this year thn ee
in Is {the cemenami op
11 who ought to knoew th.
ialm' iwill ot be larger thi

lawee the 18th of May
pt JIne thee waft at eas
A- hrirtyio mi

';1. ad. i Nruly in Apr

In iiaMw n19 w by
4but aims b
i mnl tahi it ws a year
-I Aprsls-t, t we
| 1g it wsa 7, iUght,

ohm o Las

tK Ienal VeId a
worickm. British hi

arserit -*,--
t.'ate378 barrels
q Lels WB-Marianne, 4
I~i6 AWS; And"M skotes

S'tterdam, ess .
lo wirek rui
ani, b,1 barrels
4&KwOrben. Britim

*iftea*i, LUrpeol, 0o a
h stlip, sMtes"
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Ifr-ienima Britia

hao& tUlpo barrels

p., Amy, Bio de Janeir
|Mesei Norwegian irk, H
bJ5,23 tirpaeine abi

e10,1" s Ayres 0
M utM: ShipTh Iria
Uverpbsdt la.barrl

R:rdelphk ship r
*tap Pou, Haman

l 7rizi-I

n carried in
r before.
i amg
- y--
the crop of
Syear than

sd the 15th
en route to

d Kohn Fu

SDry G ood, Clo
aiB dliwacd& Cf *
inety cents M
ao at tLha
mt to b .'.
ad in J1 a erpod, 400 barrls roi.
VWm atonah: Britih steamship
Elewek Tower, Hamburg, W casks spir-
its turpeatine, Ijahdo, ,70 ecaks spirits
wk T D-
rIlmi Imet

* A new patent is for the l of

matip a- df beat With color, too, they have a
remoa; Ams- hbiaty to aMk.
it% 300 Thee iMovenmes are avoided by
p Teraa, adalg to the rosin ei a lowly drying
e; Toeba, .-rinia fyag oba r lL mtre and
rosi pet (Drewer's pitch). The cam-
h team-hip etitmmts of this ixture may be inti-
ea spirts ately -r by boilg.d
i Maia, By the addition of the or oil mixture,
i m pak5 ersi olin of the ron l is made to
take ploe slowly aid f t ly, so that
steam ip when the va eh is dry i4 doe not becom
k '* ipr sticky again. Also the presene. of om-
i. sreminiying oie, such as fatty ols, that
- u"te iPy only dqy with "wMty, kap tah aried
rosin, 100 coating. elauti and prevents it becoming
ias steam- brittle. A emal quantity of a drying
ks twurpe- oil tay be added to am le the dytlng
sniian, Liv- properties of the varih mhamtnate. The
lu steat pressed, for instaa, may be carried oat
I, 1,0 bar by heating roia o with a mixture of
eo aicastor or amlud oil. rntaiiag at mai
a steaBship, amo of ineed oa, and mineral eo and
rW.s, Man- BMwWrb ftk As an endle:
SAmerisma. )a L aS Pr ts a er s M 150i
o, 3.316 bar- parts at NeMer's p#k are heated to 15O
[lvar, New- deg. C wth mebt t at--r-g, ad the
SI bheat se r A i ;- to i P" of ahlmMo
steamlship, oil are added" and the whole agitated.
0. bmarrel I part of this maixtre oa Mixed with
S3as pants 46 named men oil and gradmaly
n, MaCh- heated to 12a deg. C. To the hot liquid
mas 2 1-2 parts of einaate of i- nes
serth Point, M.A 71-2 parts of sWimate of asd sao
fPidp Ma dd e6664 ido a aper e -m I is No
i* barmbr deg 1 Othe rie- -s y be med itf a
M m dibw- a
***.No 2e s,--soo p.ls. ad a..o. ve
ei3k4 610. 001d ashesumaft s of Pmaeru

rchgott Compan
hing, Gents Furnishings and Hitbis

mineral oil and 80 part of Brewers pitch.
The mixture is heated to 140 to 180 deg.
C. until a light color is acquired, ad thea
allowed to cool. 10 parts of this ixtre
are mixed with 80 parts of rs oil and
the whole slowly heated to 190 deg. C,
then the resinates as before graduly
added to the hot oil and the taperatu
raised to 100 deg. C
Experiments in drying showed that the
varnish was dry within anl perfectly
hard after 36 hours' exposure. It dies
slower than linseed oil varnish, but i
superior to it in hardness; further, the
varnish does not become sticky, like other
varnishes containing rosin oil-Sa-vaaah
Naval Stores Review.

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East Coast Lumber Co


Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in CariMd.
sme..r sfipmu.su a Spscdt-y.


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Company /

fHas revoeltlesled the weed distANIag Baw.
S ess Ia tho Sorth. After three eaths of carefal
testg wor acUlMery at the Waycross, Georgia,
mll, we are now ready to sell direct my size 4
plawt ad awaruaftee results by our new KKIJG


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llw)ma -as at the
_S. a0 Im Share by Mr. Wnl~lmlw
a ahi 11 dosk
w e smm and web m
do wa a Me in tho
sm everything ism quiet
2"mft -fe W~he thems
awn gImm @is en hr whmmthe
,~mala-0 two -~
.am ~ tht we a"
we were tkiig a bey
S- alimed mM tht
if we ii't go-ad -
V -sma,, Mr. wiggl cary-
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W"W rid*, UL Tba m
f ocla -eeae the bome Ira
tne vaice. of Me, ma o the
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TOMra up to ift Wig-
Mm med Mr WI+C toe
"'I L kink as~ til

amy away f : hm.
beebno&. a a m 1h -
1d by Mnn, e tE -I
bet ha tM Ptank

idm&s a memitio to
em W*.WBbs 166 thle
fi b nqpW* left Ame,
#mt y about 11 .'doeL
.I wstia tl 0m a1
6* 1mo koad Via j c
adL ~rn prL iq
oa 5 rrjams,
meantt goh mp The
s e todda e at
appear to be alfe
Iwad r I g a ob maok MR

40i =leab that and N
*tU sd- self I m wb be

years basebll hem forgd to t e
to-py ibe SoeA Atlantic
01 the ir tiiamm of Macon-
~"---110.k11"t Is as

medsy onde a the cities
in Aaway 0onema t
to enjoy the baseball
~-lrb Latbp aght it ab
"dL LW to gulb fEor t

S dihe iii shs homem
^ma'Mul.abeng vs baiv

KstAt b" oam" wan uty-debt
me=I inwi th e Ihudais
boy. Zuder be e-
&e alphad for Niosime the

tWPmhska, fPt "'-
ete untoshi
1~sIa -Aw*pemrvlr

Iam t ia that baij ess tbo L 'Ift,
at what was them a little railroad stata,
Mbt is now the prosperous towm TIfton

The Ln is SUL
Aesording to the National Ptroamer
-prme beef mstimaes to rn n mer ad
higher. Packers hae not aaread this
lack of native daring the t thkir
days, aad do not know how to a
for it, ecept in the assmperim tt the
winter was harder on stock than at rst
belieed, and upona the further ampuot
that farmers, expecting a repetito of the
market of 10B, are holding ack tir
tok for ths eotiagemy. Feedrs held
aloof f the market, preferring to proat
by their loabe of lst yar rather tha
rh into additional lo feeling that
the Wow loading eaditim ofset the
lower eage of cattle pries. Theme again
wre nentraliaed by the relatively lower
pr-e for drommed bud'in the consumptive
trade. The cobined 4efeet has be the
steadily ameer receipt eo good mati
attle at point and the pesteat dse
in the price of prime steers. The proa-
-t is that rel d ime earm-ed battle
wlD rm 7 eants a so' Carmea bef ha.
bea IpraiMig up, too Ibt not in ropor-
tima to the ri in title prices. The win-
tr was gameray hard on hee stoek, and
aer trame rapmidd slowly to naditioa-
in.. TLt maed. fattenw a.nd Asnehig
tedios ad expemiee. The remt is as
above stated. The gra ma ha really not
b.gun to come, and is t likely to gSt its
ram in progress mach before August, be-
eare both gram and title had a late
start this pi.ng.

Ite Ifbge Pbta
Before te wa t there was quite a trade
o indigo in this State, san up the St
Jbams 'ier there were several pla-ter
wha made a specialty of emaivating the
ndigo panrt. But it dropped itAo "n -
sa deaostude," on account of the war
and aa ever bhea revised.
la the eighteenth enary adigp poat
were cultivated in the Southera St4es.
Thi country now imports $1,o ,M0 worth
of ndigo ervry year. -TU thade will
probably brtn to the United tate gor-
ea a t Tes e a r mmnr of 'warie-
ties of U*-; 0wdemisg pamss, a maosy
of these ea probably be eultivated t
Porte Rie. Prto oieso ay co 1Mte with
la. it is neemary to itrodce ia-
pood l methods of rnld nring inio
i"t hot Rim Hre is. a a oo ppwr-

Savannah lumbermen are great ples-
ed since they joined the Savamnah Board
of Trade by the action of President
Yiuag, of that body, who propose to ia-
augurate a plan whereby lumber exports
from that port by all routes wil be ag-
larly reported on the boards The ves-
sel sailing, the amount she arrived, name
o shipper, destinti, etc, will al be
give. For this the lumbermen have
been waiting for a long while, but never
before have been able to get it. The
matter will be alled to the attention of
the proper committees of the Board of
Trade at onee by the praident with a
view to putting the plan into working
order. This will not only bring to the
lumbermen quick benefits, following their
joining, but wig 'also be mean of
more interesting them ia the work.

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Boiernaking aoi Kepa

S tilP. RVUiLDIN and PAumPs G

JeckamaviUs, urn.

. a

S- I
Fuel and Building Material.

The Southern 1el and Supply

Anmerhcis, sean and Blmacktl Coal, Lmbe. Commt, Berit, l Ai
Foot Hean SLt, Jackesonvifl, a.

Cummer Lumber Co.



Long Leaf Yellow Pinpe.

"In the Good Old Simmer Timee

Your customers will remain well, if
like Dr. Mathews of Thomson, Ga. He
L us 15th of Janury, 1094:
4*I have been carrying Caban Relief j t.oak-
several years, ad have frequently used and .
it. I consider it superior to any premratiem m
market for Cholera Morbun, Sick Hsdael,
and an infallible remedy for hore colie." ,
you WEO% as or a ".
__ ........ .. .. i .: im - ;


OLAR. d. W 3AT. T. H. St.I MLY. a L
($9Cf i ia Irl*.)

160 FRONT ft Ra a NEW YORK.

Commission Merchs
asnd Jobbers of Neavl Stores.
Liberal Advances on Conaiginents of Naval Stores and Cotton. Iga eaiLM
YOrk Cotto and Produe Exchange. Orders executed for Cottor IPa.'g



Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iroa

T irpenfii Tels, eGi, Bltiup l,

Read the Record A

=a- MOM ru =on mWe -NIN m--. 9" fM'

v -
.... o



of -- I-. am

van& d tkf s oe W-
ILL fom eAto bet An mad

* *l "'ibl~tod wativway iin

so"F-*e SEW6 a be he ME&

04a -if thi -" 4an
aIro too inks le a e ammo
Iii-ti"A fpktha terrr" nw*NqF
~CC ep ad othec

ofp~on at imied We.1 il
bawa at bafe a 0

A.i Scs~ if s htla pas wo3t

*~Sbk fi5 L5UL r, tini ams
40 S WbMW MW t 16a001 Si

w d" go" 4a
npa06u~i the a~L~r whC~isk

beet to1 eaR atw fu aps

flow rem" whe a" bu
at- h10iaa a ov

vooubt we aided
A to somrl tho' I

bfte bet as high 'ftmle
~rc att them wo ul

~a~a~ii- snori ri N4 w W10
1rftih~e n 6w u~ o~.enhls

I amI 9 be&aIt we le ond
%woio aU!s Me it am "w"
ow be ber thee
nAl o r#0 eetYb aoin-

an be igh g bum
t ~4. essi ofW

i~otir Iads ahober .is % be

mee nms ai in be

do0 a ubmi to am Sam&nde
One to a* ol wim a
Miele "eat au hi
w2110 ib a &r Wtei of
~L~~cYI -~w Is ~

be~ -- ha at rn thsem

.Y- sinks 01~ h ~i~
mma :i' iIkm -t

*r 4'y I.huth s pia-s

Miw he~b~i.~ dee attprt

.me rcra 1
.k~L*r brinmet*
~i A.

in .sems m' t 9 l6e1t um vy of

imme e t6 e Get ologiwstl W -j I d-

stre at t U. itte, ti driro iasv
m.,Patir of ate water ayrly in MP
prpigo a m mewf The pemident 6 the
State ror Bf H tha tates that that
body Is nmdum -with & Wk w ret trt
proim t eoeetie wi te water op-
pl of maay tow, emrtsod as it is
withte dispoqat of domestl waite
When towas are heastd am river bmaks,
mands, or the seen this qunblem is not
inida to adjnt, bet man of the island
town, whiae popiatior ha grow quite
"y iiy the P tef Y. Kam .
to adopt a more ovenaiet and atisfae-
tory method of disposing of mwage, have
plod i operation a sewerage system
a the me time that a waterwork plant
was .staml..
hk at a few of these inLad tow the
- nwag is run ito a Uink" o wha h there
Mw a haber i nibte tral a" westors
portils of the 8tate, and beeteriolgel
examinatios of the water supply at ew-
tiia pham hare ashowmns rr iney the
there is some cmmeti between the
mste--m of water at the beem aof the
s and the walb wheh muply the
. Another -nsmee m this smemos s
is the seet that should oem or se
of them weal boesome cimmaad with
diasbo iy tgm b--l they wnoul .la
tornu==m- t the madersmd watrm
and tk, be the m aM ofa evaryig to
othlr parties of ieMs the starting
po-eo, perhaps, being at some distant
Thie graity of thi altruOMI is Mfy
ralkinof by tha 4versnaewif h, but
ewing to the asenee in the.4 of, by-
Pea6gist who would Ie the &mana is
Metar t xa intion 4i"i be on-
m sfat, hen th "i 1 hby-
u o ?6! a opa. a..invs a.G
Comi 4. the w ork.-rDkbtr U. & G.-
logial rwary.

to o- Iw mu-.
The aMer o aena s ivales & of
the imasy have from tie to t ie oow-
fard heamoary degras Ipa. pmems of
ItIIh-- m&--mon who have ac r-
id 1a at the bar, i the pulpit, a a-
thare, -rimm, ve e A" aeong
Im of a riginal invaesptiv.a
lqe tute of the Ustsity of alor-
Mk at their lost meeting. eMIagI the

ferred te degree of L apon two of
oMda's distinguimsed ne, vis.: IK-

"ad :en. WAem A. Bimat, of s-

Judge Mary rmsrmy etiae fd m the
CoMe uart of Ote Sie", carrying with
bim the lsae gmd steat of the people of
ia ad he will beeemberew as oe
oitbe ripeet shaola awl profoamert law-
yaw that ever wse the judidu tiea-
al, ad we eaime Mthat this beer ean-
earld upo him by the Univeary of
ilda wil hbe applauded by the 'pople of
ths 8ete.
r. Mblut Is reeno at oly a
the ahbt lawyer i R iMt may of
bhis ariadt, who have met him at the
I4, iW that he is the abehi lawyer
Iath of the Petoeme river. We a a
ime tulern atg a bplefaod smLa ad
the ON" b tof iodw a Lpo hin
* qrywe be rmIe m has igbeelow

Tov ...............a.- ""'I- I

P* uus

107K. IL 8A1OT.

IN $19.500-0

Our *1Pkft hel ad OWwwpm e g
aM a b o -4 a e no w v


Adhem aims toM GUL

'TRE I~9IDUSf~tmz
fantwes age v
than allths piilnavgr11
Supply houses ia tw e Si
combined. L
,Seadu.* orders

,to the,


The Mew rps

the 06w oIf Civ Ivommopa
-T e ro Pik
wte Ar -, af" a 0
tat 6
uremom to sum 6o4,
needIn ~ - me 4660".
tort. ib
NO hMW.Y Dfm

rv SO

* EM

TimMN 10101 mi sp l m w "an I SUMS hm~ metan of 'i ul
A *

State Agents for the Tamnwms


Launches Aofob"b i

Florida Automo bIl b
3-134 L- DAY, W..,

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MRpsu.hu. Cbe lED *'o.W
mdaU: Qsb. W- Lbe -. b WNow

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I" IM0111310A

38111 -10111 ~Sip -------f0e 000
, m si~ hshg b rwet Darn. SOS er

~t Naval Stores for a Week
J064& &aa S.Nd M1 Tarponto a"l hAw at fhIm-
WAVO %Am W ea" Toa -af4 a"IS Thm
1011-M 14 r 1t 4t1L
MML 7- 11 I jae1 JU 5.
M 41111 % 3L 2Ssa o. Y"Ir.

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swollen UK a"e0-~
wi&Thdmy Meekat


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N!W YorcJun eth, 1
?u~pu~m~Stock, 356i
brZ e& beow vey quiet thie'
have bren very ete@4
To "2e adfanem etre
b am bm a lght
: .fu 33-I~ quiet.
i~-~;J, c 5-454 qInlat.
aT4ddyl, loe 29--U-1 q2iet.
Wadvandi June 2OW-W 3-4 qyal
noa.le-flte, 1%,417 harrel.
k,:044low as bbeen quick
a fml4r dg41 toe6 tUi~ Sw
P ale e, however, have how
ACPA D, -UMS; P.10; 1,I
C6 M; HL $3X to $L40; IV*S
$Las; ;N, 4; We, S&
"Ift W"W, 15 t$ 6,.1.

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14" nim3

do sum usMm vvw
my"m 4"K l IMAU

sme u#6n MAUA WIU-
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R. 8. HAL., Pres. T C. HA.i, V.P. and Ntr. I.. S i See. mI A--.'



OCAL"A. r U. *,

Herbert A. Fod,

Go*. 1L F
. vic-POSS

The Central Natioal Bank of
An.. f

CAkPI.TA L 60,OO.%.
r. -- DmrOwa: R. L AndersOR, R. IL Hill, (lOWemos Cmp. L- -. chii,"aIA I
McKay, Goo. H. Fold, Herbert A. Ford.
ffile Acemant of 'Topma*k4)vOpW hAj Saw NM Albu AdI*W
week, A 4
and C.L I. RMINE Free. J I 31M, Wmsta U
Exporters of Pure Turpetikma OW s
Strktdy a tedisers' Cempmv.e .t
Cwssp9uium11 Usetsi JMIL L .
Dd~ erk$ Ot JakS01Wft hewu* @W-hW=60m amd


Osutract inils are reported rnriag

far thmh' qed'kr. '-.

Abr if.0106k Ar n 1 hia I

mI) LL us us. si
/ 15i 1016,' 1U- 177,1451 1620.
soat (or e rtn
wim nd rw Hope MAN MAW noM 49AW

ql" -u-da&2Wp~dae (or Wod Spkf) in 1908was oubl
.i as in 10L It ke teteradt to me how
dft'*.p r Ax.leurp*AAWatiae.
.J .427 3.41 &K 1*6M
96.U 4 34-1 '14 2-1 33-1 42-2

W1,. RoomjIa. heat Will cut am hrd am
INgr. HRa bea tursatined a"d l o the
10.lu r a In loase for term of ea*, or can
iet eirp=6=60=0 =4 the *state
IABWA40my aftetw we
drn*Afr trr

I .

mporters & WholemePj O
Naval Stores -Siopplfre a Speslty.
V" Pro. pM sou. flo. JACKSONVULE,. tLrqv '

A. BRIGGS, Precedent HOMER BROWN, 2itVime-
c. BRIGS, Ist.Vice-Preeid aLt. J. C. McDONALD, Secretary rl

vvARDWARE, M1 I i~nw nufrlSUPwrf

rrrntift. MAW Co-& Holmes' Text] Von 'PrraAR

Brigg's Sterling and Perfection iucks and Pullers,
Cutters, Files, Whetters, Glue, Batting, Strainer
Turpentine Wagon Harness and Collars,
loop Iron, Coopers' Tools and Rivets.


Everything in Turpentine Supplies,
Send us your Mail Or4es: j

-1 m w-"-r O uu


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i^J u-- 4, c0. W1LT cOT-

v Rr Ylef, July 1st. ib ette mear-

eb gom a qurt be a beM at

:^- ~ jol NO pop 230 in- a
0- 7 > thin V'k Ad ens
lb of the greases iSto-

maim been the extlnve dA heavy
;t44iae ast of the mvrr. At the teem
t-r last letter a wuk gae, this
Sryig need, an# without znin,
empfiestldc-m thhrateeed. Whe
Sfood thOt as rin "had fall .ver
te mowet 8a dMad sharply to
W win toir OAt.oer and UAW
",6WnL os hll lme.t.iig -. JtA at ta
w earn, rmagMn an the
sa~ ~ Isour inesa;. u


the first good raise in Alabama and Geor-
gia and the Carolins have had this sea-
son. It would be impossible to definitely
estimate the value of the rainfall and of
horse this fact must be taken into on-
sideratioa when regarding the outlook of
future market. With te change of eon-
,dition of the Bive, an portions of the
belt sae brought up to a better average
tbu for a great many year. Anyone
conersant with the eaoitio in the cot-
ton belt must admit that the first of July
finds the promise the best, taking both
acreage and conditions into amount, that
the Soth has ever had. It hardly seem
posible that there can be too mch rain,
though that is complained of wet of
the River, because the two big crop years
were years of excessive rainfall. 'During
July and August in both 1W7 and I2 s
many of the old time rads on the Floor
thought cotton would never make any-

AN, I 10MOO or as sav&RAaa Naval Stores Plarkets.

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to look Wo a couditlba e Tn Aq 'k
* to WL Of ewoe, he qp.s mvr
made on July lIt and the sma btyag
months of the whole seas am sW to
eme. Bit with the aie raim and
condition as high on thi, with the Pcni-
dential Campaign in front of ., the di.-
turbaMnes in the Far East and a grt
many obstacles to speculation, it mst e
conceded that there is Mo dehaite 8r ise
of a bll campaign in eotto at the irm
ent time. A the semmn pfsggeese with.
out disaster, a gradually dedaiig mr-
ket is likely to be the crsev of agisa.
In the event of a fae report and a aarp
break in new erops toward or below 9
cents, there will be a chance to buy with.
he of promt The crop will --ib-
Sdteriorate during the coming tw
mouths, even with a mammoth yield s
that happening win be favorable to the
buyer on a good crop.

F61, NA6f-1V

SmIN P.11 m

81w w~iri~if
a- m-~O1i
Direst udwerwrai~
Las)kmh a

Ttc Exports o Turpenute aw
To United EKignom, in Caass: To Ualse Mag,. =
Month 4Lt49 en:-th Us
A4r ..-..'....' IUw n 2 u rAS A .. .. .. s1
aS .* .. ... .. S ,.m W U ... .s ag
Juno U -IS 14.m ..J .. ... .11
eptembrer.. .ai 3a a.. M

F r .. ...0 .. r iS 1 mme y ....
S .... a... ...... .. ..

To Beot! urn Notherlanias. iT llmni -Tr

sp. :. .. ..... .rKa M.. tai....r.n a.. ., .. am

Jume.. .. ...... 88r Jain Ae"B .. .JIM
iJl........ OI Um W mM.,. .. ... 1 -
Sptmber.. ... M, ...
oeor .. .. .. 3 1 0.. .. .. es
November U.8 38=A3
December 10064 ,7 88 "AN5,Ns .GM3
J-UY ry.... 1An JIA Tg .. r .... ag" S
February .. 5,10 33AM 35 Fe1a3ry .2.. A, .3
March .. .. ..... U 7 r ch.. .. 11'

To ourman I an fon: Gemain. inni g'no w

Ae .. .. ......... I A t ... .. 8.. .
Way ...... ..- Wm JA s.... ... .a e
r..r .. .. .. a..m UL 00 U. .... ..
t ..a ..... .M .U. easM. 4.3ngm ..... ... 3a
tober ...... ~..I 53 M Oe Mtr ..... at m.
November .. 1', 11 IT o .. N8o
December.. -47M 1, 4 r
January I... 3- 6 1M 5 --- Juau.7 .... I1)W3
February ...2%,10 1,471 ,174 Febrasry ... 317i,2
March ... 65.5 3' . Mach .. "" 5
To an oter lorong In atmo To aIn ettr n xam s aIMsS
Month iU- 210 ,MeI
AJi .... .. .... sA i 5 S M Ame ........ mU.5 Sml
JAmn.. .. .. LU. B U.*8 S* J' s .. .. .. ..... m

te..ber .. ...U Use 41 1l- J ...... 5
Jrby.. .. ..&..W. 1. a=15 I July .........
August ...... .. I Auest ... .. ..
September. ... us u.rn .A Ia.eme...., 36
etAer ........ W UA 1W3 Otber .... .. W3
November .. 33,56 ,U ,57 No embst .. L3gg
December 47,eeer ..
January ... II1 jammory.... 17,3 '
February .. 15,471 ...... 44, Feb ry ... 38,1N I
March ... .. 14,15 13,7 2s6 s March t.. 33-

Total Fore ora arts. in gaons. elma- TWO sport at A mb
tan everything outside of the UIut I me Aef Ablea s
States: as of as Ule le:
Month Ig3- 11043 2114 Meath 3.4 a4
A"l ........0 84 EL AN Ae ....... Ba
May ........ %.. .gl I 2,315 way .. .. .. ..
Jue..... ......LA.W 2AuMO XIWM Imha .... .... a
uly .........ai.umL 1.61.65 41,U@ lul ..........3MW
Aug u.. ....AM Aust .. .. ..
September.. .. .LP .35 5 spember.. .. .
Octaker ...... LOUR AN= 3.M One~e .. .. ..
November 11O61,AW,23 1, 4 November I
December ..1,a333 1.TesUIUr 1*335 ak ..
January ..763 1W s 33 JMe wmery ..y
February 4..37*17 m34 7*
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sWtow t. &A
-- sis -

ame m0. A.

- eleraa mmmh. @ J .-.-- a
t aImat e me-th

Asr A t

1:500"M Or MW ado ,

m Ina s ftn oee ta

t tu as e o Md

era. ea to sJos 0se. a

.BB eaf -t aOu Ai s etdeof

n ,-ha& territory afte t

d" r mikay a Wedendi

iii) s 0o. g of s t hagu.em o
iaLhet- we Paty hta at al
__-ft 40 a n ao i i_ ews

. damr to te we
1W satf heud a qutatfs a es
ist imtre u.mti

b prim we Ido 1g
IM ort a thiss aimal i
O UeaiWer umay ahum
MIM =Wt t Pay bea Ned

sales eve n o Ast it e
I T: Saa iamb oInd baf a a

w hne weal to y

gd lte mre is
alail oad-th

af 0wa w~ ia ss_ amin 9

i u r i rmemms ta amsm tl wS t -
l.eg ahbie aesottsam rom haMt
tss t .is fearful that sawt pini ag

it will eaesive -o qtatia tht wll
h lower, whereat the yard saulr wll
fet asf it ha.d et Ime qy by fh ng to
wait for the t eed qautatim,. This Seel-
ig will h tOhe muse dequitbg he the
iet that the yo ears was reBly

emu walt as weh as Me.
"It w hbe -ea tht hi thse hlstane the
maenegasm of the ymi wore pse epempila.-
ag abowt te M prince t the who Ts
ed for their haber, ba reatr of the
-mertaety abohu the beLtea of the mr
et I m e -Mene pre n r w l-r
Sto pay pie that wll yield the
meaIrulaters a fair prot an the year
rod, if only they c hr aowured -tha
the be i i s sod a wril he steadily
maentaied. This is maoy the attitse
of the retser, What he watn is ueadyn
a"d uniform price me tht he ea sharp
up a prot to thUe emaime oad omeetast-
ly kfaw what he is ah mt. Bot hi am
eat he does met wat to pty mer than
the misioua going prime for his lumber,
unles the stak Is e ediay ind ad he
has a trade the ,qui res i. When
.*simr a t,,a and ir rua n a he-
4 VSeMen he in an at, as and knows
Na what to da Like the company that
wret the letter quote, he wmely steOs
-yfmg for the time bi, or buys only
wenr he aiust have lmber to *a over
to MI eom erm. Now that the Waor's
fair at St. Loed is aO, the Newte deal-
orh prpoes to sit it ma" adfer father
'uywnt tei tir roerm No do NO
dba .r are pursaMag a Mse ouse. The
expedition will be the gaimer, hbt i the
meantim the wholeale trade wIe 1e-

There is little beet to i-hreigh about
SftoHe of prie batting t the pmeat
-time, or is exhartig manufacturer. ad
wholesale noit to do it. The doieailai-
tio has gone so far that it is eah seller
for himself mad the pithfork ta the
hiMlmost. Prodetle. coatinuee and the
trade is playlag the waiting game iads-
eated in, the letter here quoted, oa-
eerted aetio among rmeaufactaens to eal-
hilfy prices en a new bahe probably will
he impoesible utia roetrietios of output
on the one head ad iereame of -co-
amptio ama d dnamd on the other will
ilve opportoiy for cited effort to
establish a price hai. In the iM
it would be a good thing if the meutfae-
turers would take a moath off and whit
the Words Fair or ome mountain or
waterside rert. A two week' vaatio
for the saws and the mm who rum them
woud "we a wondrme dhag for the
better im prices. Ourtailment of the edt
t-e be the poc pEd thrughoN t
'the Southern eld, ad it codld be epee-
ieay helpful out West."

Up to the present the fity-mighth Coe-
pree has appropriated over three-quar-
ters of a billion of dollars A summary of
approriatis made by the tearks of the
Aenate aad House omamittees having
charge of the expediturea show the pro-
eie amount appropriated at etra
senio ad the first regular seaioa of
Congress to have beeon TUAw The
oppeprie tfor the army ameuntedl
to ar",Us, the for the -ny to We
- 401, taIe oer pierd a to lsOSI

Iad -.-I
.a tis at to I"im"oslm l
hatiessek mm "Men so %V Gn
isid to In It is% Ier OAlVW'9l

by od.eae *mma a see1eS.A
whai repre.nts. a ree o auhb
ovet Ote14MOS as eompe* with thr ese
treat ahb"s of the t m ema a tha
preceding Congress The ei- astr
ties ae mainly o aeeest of te -ray.
New odaes ad employments I ma -
authorimd mhit. aset aremerd engal-
itLa of iAM ,. Te hEM i 'a ha
umber of oee is hkoret J the ame of
the po-t serhe, wher the Iermse

47 for the ritrny i md Ulmams, a4
for, the aig m earpr td 814 fr the D-
potmat a common a"d labr.

TiM 3U8-JAP. AM.
So far ca be hhaere faro the
report Ftmr the Per R a smalatm-
seem to point to as"d a o ewr ms ON
the opposlh fteras a m wats I eu

vieiity of thi Chae. it tM r rdes
thpmt al mral e emsetlmet he haLs,.
eme a fores id theme of Geamerl Km

h rtwyd froe- ad e- haW rajm.
n later re po o A pdome s d
neteared femiard fteam the te i-

Bse Chen wre take a minsm.frt of the
them ind ated ei su f e siet h g.
he edpor t. wre fowl y w a. b

be. en Kwolda n fnnM ,,m. .a tdn
thedargeemal e of a he -e di prI om T

swomadtesemlag of the Jaanese were @a
86 potItnaig tl S M No Yr tQM y of
Gseral Kseok arem thoe of eapmnl r-
a'Jimetdoi wrea it War Im mbe M
shortly e followed b a groet hUbth

wAy of" d asid stds. Morv, Juth s4is
Bulbwusqsery ready as aee to indiets

pear at tave Com iedLt r fee mt att
two J riil le d h thte rather
thedd bn the arisk of a ,Ont mIe s Y
sbukrdo tO Le Ih Too.rwirilab

slagular imnco M, thengh t pert s con-
witlng this ltt fortnight f gerihqu
Aee ade memi new L arn, inla thgt

the dMrcultion of a perememafy eonduted
hoanaers fairyal hfow the por o boo-
being principal aeded is td rml

aug their eterprie. of e i
In gir imas e, othergh o e parties or-
ducktag this latest of gef-rich-qidck wa

the dTcvsiti of a pafommally ttM-Rmiad
ftnuwial jioTl for the pu at o beoo-
Ing their terprieoi
In this, as in other 'cse of the mum
kid, the qaetiaon aturaly ariees why
people pesMeseml n-em and, to all ap-
pear.afe, a emaimh ammo of d mee
xper hue s dho m have -sp aMe-
-UrUe 6t ulksea r wereW m44

sow? 94 the ian-es 'tin

deal of hoek the hAt fSow
'It is et t le deied that ct

t*e i the rledt the l
Aew h awe a we fSa 4*1e

ao tdent hamai trieak1m
,Thre mB, hoI t VANa, ,i w -
Taters, 'W"r WaNAi, bW WM AS*
taoe a Ot New Iea'. Ag I
in by n.7 jardhemmy -ind ^e. 4

tiohe ro e wlny, hne f -e

proweMs othef. stas ,
a wh. r t a ed tW m ad

lua the -_M= k ;am
ltate idao s &ea" Ma i

the a e W.A ampg e umi

PrdlM--- mm eIambre A--
ea ryWi a thw is ar State

erSot t. o ,e &i -X kaet

drouexd. -h * >M ZM'r
iu tam rM, md d t arunt
Waifrsy I. eismea saw M

th the =a *p rt to mer
teesrmtem is se at

02ve the krt of

tsa they kb 4u M* hi irqf
aste ms, S NeO t I
arrd..OnM to hae a 1|e l |ra f
tom o it .. then or as,
i pohuhat thl Was 5
panne soffet, a.m at lp *
water. RoI year e 'ion,

in the bei.k w to at ^ue
..to t a thee am an WSW^

the lake Si"wago*

owe of Mtee lakes ha siawe
the root gave Way, do fe 410

41611 sines, a"t *0r10 r 4b if Rod'.
saved by a m iral this sougda
tay. it is camd tra, and do Lbv
buried in t3" city b me.

Duin th fam wIsAW

boarut bed ben utCba

pnae adj ust

ery contry in 11ap j hM MPW

beets isa t eel l

tat theyhad,



g. 19.

F& 7 '-

ju *osow a set& Abst *
-MF; An%4i rrCitr
Y:s% -s oh ask mr m
ur~iswihef 6614k_
rlbIiSlU~ iu S ota
'b. tip ..5 -
ImM -babo oibmpugh
w .b mrIir ~ryg
w-3y dooms tote
Se ~Y-- that hew.Ir
=6d" for do pest
h-o b 3 lba hina

bt~~t lia bqmh~lmm to a mr
~~tduessm of th Goers-
kwh. min*Ie~ d

i'.s SUM 4 for tam esub- ,b
~ a.~ s~thn Ofte-
W -,b poite now am tlwm

]INN peep., ,m a a"
wIfti a ead l I
J~e r ak, New JinmY,
-. - -f sof tieo*m
oftt Or -M4iL 94'. tb
wldo thde 3 wbM Ike

adhe 6dwm by tom
o.1 a geowk1a0 haw wiN ifw
'"' orhft on dowdows
web~ t h eueh
fee5 padoal uekIt

'S UdIi-'ki 161. wei e -e
g.L6 swi
NS9~iiii uL taqs ando elthr i
Y thin 6 q in qehad.-
0;muikabLe onwww T. p.km bs

=!-. .rCrir -Y~r than is atiss o

thatl~ um.ai
MIN.lw, PA~We,- g


the NaMew Onmmdis wab
ne %="Is by tS week.
*A wn Pas ho tie 6kh;

oystwo, daoo, lobewo, sbad d answr-
foosi ftdC; fi
ayt= -a so ta- i -iaM
-o w IF (Na a" bolbut a" saw
tCE;C~ipri lt k ~aI a1e.wer
an a ut aftyinNo tw-
" aud6 ibM w .I" so %mo am the
ftei4 sidrgmi aiw'&sokl iide Vw
fe"d Vaply of the Motry.
In T the ylo o1 aid hkm kM it
FlM& wasn HOMOu -K sad No
7OsL Tie MA kb 0ko tham sid
su d bm 1. tkeo elreof this I*
am" WbI& "a tan e".of lan rn"
me bown stamw Imsews 5%-
UkM -OM somay. a" ma" Air
.d tam wr trmaephaddM the .PadS
wsk seta tufte twe .eie. new rank
amf, the Indlng food &Abof the N-
-t Shte. As the salmn ae the PiMM
s _et jt a t s e a te a d e m i e I r e I
tamur bthe mthe maa~ Sbele
suwyI d mdo shu.pply man 'Suet.
sed Ti as sb hes -
by So -watd it. I6 lIa if 1
the sahea uqht swe vsbad at 0%,
Ono& 'Wry hapatot ai a, ase
26 biw f 4bdad I the .Gwbg of
spsm ae tOe UtrM w (est ad in va
wrar ws the eemhm eas ftr the

There we 131AS pmrs ons i the
bbig J61mhy, a" th v.61.o of
lagbiatiou in me"- in amw wis is
- th e_ That wa i-bi -st
Me Val altu ofbe A rhde*dfur I
iofd my be -alabbi by Go awe m-
-.w of an. qar Mw Med of by'"
"At 49 the Gameswoo aidd by he
a6 "" cbkw Het a" em6 -ato
ila 6ws lo hwMo to be pR d to help
mow the week

Dewtruetm of the Pm1i KIL
Tim mag~mifit maw a" pkanlg miff
of 0. Pa"di a co, at Dey Point, in
State. Rlon County, Fla, wIV ddeesoyed
by Am on the Ifti of June. But lit-
tie of tbe lumber w burned, an the
wind was blowg in as opposite direc-
tm. -ThWE -wI be rebilt at case
it wor bttrung Ma&er eeaosie ord"r for
mevfe m'm.5 to some mad t las from
"ie sare will be eamiereide It was
owned by a am of lialem, 1r. Peter
3oeeeeo bebng the reside manager.

UVpon Honor-4-old Upon Merit.


A a*e, A hap. Our Cat-
i or eri to g- iW .

|M d~; aft p.,r-.

114 W. Flrytk StrOW, J
4. MUr, esM. I. W9. *a. rt 4 0 sh11o yi Bo-.

We can furnish you with wht&tev
ber Lands, Sa Mis, etc., and cas s y
Write us and when in the city m uke ur

"Kingan's Relnh@Ir
Hams, Lard, Shoulders, Cheese, Bacon, Saunsage
Canned Meats, Butter, THm BaST o.
katerns and Western Dry Salt Meatm. Otdw 11ed
ket priee. Your patronage is rpeetfully sol' S
KINUAN & CO., L.., e. BAY ST.. JASrrou.LasL
r ... n,.,. ..

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may you lie leor to eineaber

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Legated s oM bmter t ft n bibWs
t at Ub ,Theuu

i4 n -- *rrs -r -

h k"s 0I capacity, hut mill
& k h- |al*a are not IsnMgheg
si is miNa are wee-
e- eating their outputC It is
r hI sr-pr i tas a inbpr

tha t Mbamp= 1=1kis do lt
lfe sat m oty &a the m-a
tas. sTexsu taibe bo *ao
Irt tht my ol the -mAl have
Sasl b ose daswn, bu t thle
a e rather large in cpaorh
ios ih WafMin ppi. Arkemls and

a airhtk. S. rteas that
e >th ,Pw a 'ormL a a"
0 p. doing as past eit

*. m uponu- the "w
r om ly and tht this ap.

In jlAh Texams heitgh t
he BLk Look gterL w ay to
rE4 nw very f average aIapa
Pam~w year and advantage in-befin
atW.6 msdtehie to build up a irad"

Stade. is ii
soeo n n orwad w eek .

a* ir mpit of sloc, so that

a sl budinge s i p o r to
o. fr so w he yards ma d by Ithe

imob M 72lerst sMone e ad &A

*%oe rt8emeto uopprituoitytl of ei
Sd*poe uslipmt.he ht i@ Iag-p,
te uB t he mamather freight r-
&ey ias Sfteg forward imber
t ginr as rintat atf tag e- ries
Ijk f t *foe who can ship the lumber
i*Mati Deals shoud keep sauh

HWsp b ab to whether oamr ort the
1m f the Souther Lumber
~ibcrt e Assocition with referee
si uII>|I|mt of the output win be

Wid 'h the manfneturaus will-r e-
| ri- k time in acordaace
awith what
dthntma anorpot

time ad thes that wil do a with the
net two week the redutie. i outpt
will be great eomgh t strengthe the
market. aome of the beat peted lmb.r-
- here ay th the daeimr are oly
waiting for ria he tobecse s4dy, wit.
om-e asarie tha L tlh mrket wail ge
strength, and that as soon as A ah ha
come a fact they will increase their stocks
on the prospects of a good late ummear
and and early fall demand.
New York City. As a role rest beoi-
nes is slow, bt an aen g proeee-
tire demaId is ia eight. Good quiries
are beiag made and a alight improwvm t
is noticeable in aome quarten, althnoh
buying is decidedly close with the em -
tion of piling. Prices are not s ArAm
airxty or niaety days ago
Bufalo, N. Y. ealers still Mad most
rts and. grades slck and the ps hanrd-
ly what they wore ast year, not sappar-
ing to haie reem red f the effects f
the lght winter demad morth. Tiber
Ias iu act irity.
Bosto, Mas. The weakMas.n the ap-
per. grades has reached om of t iowr
items though l 1-2i hemb r h -Le m=ah-'
ed rift ooring it ase at There
is an unauslly wide rang of prim A
rift being quoted t from 7 to $aWa
and B ranging from a to "B6. The
demand for Nd. o2 m aon l fiale. of.
Narrow rift i. easily the lsding satire,
the demada exceed the supply.
Philadelphia, Pa The am a a til
a bit dull for slippers a eda re aot
give freely. Th bying th is be i
dome done a limited ad the Asok for
Immediate use Fairly agd Pries arM

soe -of the lat ima ae down we a-
prd4t before tin orders c be CaPt ar
Baltimore, Md. There ias a gSeral ex-
peetatiom that the wat of the stagna-
tio has been en a that the future
will show a marked impeo r a. t&-
while, however, stocks mactine to be
arge and building mber ia prtisU-
lar e off as to val. Satling, -4
and 3-4 for instao, ca be bought for
$10 a thondi ad feet, a gat $14 last
year, and stere appea tobe os tery
firm maiteInane even of this pice. Othr
stocks are amnewhat stronger, though
stocks are large in nearly all depart-
ments. A number of building contracts
are being awarded and may bring a
marked change into the situation.

'St. Loois. Trade has bea rather quiet
during the hat week In the West the
wet weather is a serious drawback. Cos-
-siderable Arkansas and bsinaipai stcck

is being fored at prices bhw the lau-
i-da procdut, wbich, aBt lor- izau-
enees local u
Bufala. TrCoe is soas tho m l. fca,
and prices a fairly Am amd do at in
dieate ay tendency to dasea.
oqt ca Cpres i Utifynly
fmr far rail Ahilpme ls at S hm s Isr-
ihbh me aa m twa. Wat le
are in fair demm at aten' dma
lower. Some stuat Eai or at *r*,a
Baltimore. Demand is dedeully iM-,
ited, as compared with epetentM, a
stocks aa large enough to met aO in
quiries likely to develop at t ti B.
Manufacturers am fteiwai eoly oa
oraddrs though a mner sat deha an-
familiar *ith loeal esift-s oikral
stocks in considersle q lathi s to *I-
timore. Prices are sym, he pathy with
other kinds of lmber, bat the oetaok
i proig, and it is thugh that
the rae of the m wll deelio a
satisfactory amount if buses.

.133 33Pa 0086 UhI

The assatil New a m at ue o

St. 1uis, Jose Fn,, which thmat-
.aed for a time ht deroy many bwimb
at the World's Fir, to-day oeeand the

and content a total les. -uiekly
did the lmes spread that the Aie ea-
pants of the build, all te ate se d
Soar, d dildfet inre seeprg wuL *e
lives, being compelled telimb dw a tre.
T'e loss on the building al el-tnt
i estimated at r8uUL The At i su-
posed to have startad hfm an. detr
light wire.
The alarm was awered bythe et
Worw Fair ire dpartm k sr l y eight
companies of the city department. All
efforts were diretad toward Raving the
Texas, German, Oriege i mai ime a
Mta gy beidMiags, al lot whice were
threatened with destruetiea em aeeo
of lying sparks. Al wee aved without
lose or daoi.p. .
The Ho e of Boo Hoe was of the
first buildings iahed for the Unpoeitiom,
It wa erected b'y h."a n Ii pa ca
United States, W- -ider the Iol at
the local board of the oader of Boo Bue.
It was divided into many ma, con-
stracted of different kt o h e s a ex-
pensive lumber. Aside from th, there
were eeaimens of rase i Mid&eh were
valued highly. It h nob t eiq* daolpl
yet whether to rebd&

P~aSS ora -a dala ; r

Tber a -wow 6114 Woka
a believed

so veno odaft~e lu
rehvainy he sav -"al
-oer. 11slw~w Ivel -::I
hen vor be dJ, -
t*-OWM* Wshe, saft~Av
Mo at -s ml

and v 11111 L111a1h 7
Ia a at -'U

he00m. I -li #as&

was a" U914M
dos Thsm hedob

st ove WM f im fir 'st~
m4~m the b~ps Wd oti4

tho sod afta sumiWI-ow
was n- t 69 wg "Iso a Mo

great go bol -Of a* 44j
ngmpa huti-o at~iP

im tows freh ahdfie 41 a
hith my friend I adchd -
ciedarst, ThM Pne

iu wins r mad idi aor
Temple &.4 -Km. th
&~~s r~, their be3e b J-i

the ranch. dese I
mo; a dona atw Smws
-h thed in~~r

srnye their w~iAm~t
wo inh fuR blam chas e
the dark gw dms at

turned he wards Us ilsdkt
ower them trailed WINl -

"What a rieh' grswthtl I
"Hsw ca yje ha ave u
fp hera e *thi Ie.ulag
Northern, int a al' i
frieumL "Yin ee, hen wei
tw ii rnhe i2 ^

from th east. AM then
Why, romes bMam Ammn y
10a oisumm ,y
Imab ak n w
hadm Wtue, jB/i

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- *' \

v-1 v
V ..

aid 'Ia-ia he bu a
-&. 1P.

rrlehtppsi -rf o
amt -M u W1yX n
go" ? ebarn weth

;i~s. G haL, ad timbr ess
[ii~~*011M M4LC AI W4L -Ae

0. abouto t a d alo

~~~ia manp an" ot
0*06 tbe

W"s a pow onadfi Ywsc
241";q I WAW book UNAta

IJM lua

4IS-Got am.&&r

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rg~b Le pmw r

I iimsad w bter


WAr ste'e aa the sM t wa te.
-at"" mas dumps utahe thoemamds.
Sesot of pod hker stasd Ser vines to
Smb ever. edd my arm ia"They o hbe.
ami to go -ver- .1oa theo 8 a nd 1
Aba ma modie a fertn oat aof saer
560.ps. ThMy Med. W" -s... -W
the way out here is t to pick be m
tae y*"e eatn the brst ad tar-
bey: dmU., they am so afraid oa seet
ram &At they ao saviag thea bet timber
while thay amet. That Are two years ago

amery is tas KkrIp I-pe Co. re-
ehr i.n ha. tMed a repot showing the
assets of the mpany to be SeMaar ad
the BabMlauis MO*3 3L

7. Kentuky Itave a heas bemam ber-

me1 o- d it in etoed that the eo-
pay has a dy seemed a aeo ract with
k l).*ollt Aft l ary of buetwe ,s a" tat 1pso

At the as. l meutig t wek
at st. E M of the Sortheim Lnarmb
4^ ~jB^Bc-^ vaimiS4 M hiB tI s
mkab Janaury 1 of 74j,71A fee of
l.mIwK bm diss igh S tae s, .an
ust f free h inft .e

Is thd ANy, -Wetboar *an- sam"M so
.a th.r .m ir he negia, n o. i&aps in
emrg'-ath ii mm, t ai tase me
win be r ing" is that -tate. Nearly
every day mark the losing down of a-
ether l sad the net of mmib nt he
operation hbas grown to be a very large
or. The strea-M are a lor and it ha
been almost inmpuniAe to get water 'Sfor
steam. The .nmtbuamp of the dry ape
for fr weeks longer wfil it is believed,
pratisaly aut of the output fsom ath
State for the time beaw.g

In spate of the fact tat the ote
has been eat dow eomidershy ,by the
losing down of so may ml ihe tih
* aghbohomd of Atlanta, prie have ao-
tined almost below the prot mark and
the market i exeedingly qouit. Zowy
els of lumber is o. Framing stock
good, which some time fa were in large
dead and brought good prime, are off
ft.. $1 to $EO. Shingles are of about,
4 ceats, while thare i preucaty a
eat sml bsmines, the price offered by the
railroads be lg imoeadeltedly low, In-
quries in an HEa eortinue aily good,
but aders are still sere.

Up to the pireent time i North oar.-
gin the debaead for lubebr has sm a-
mot entirely fro the asti, the frrri
having parhdsed very title. It In biBr-
ed tat the demand will pick up nsimer-
ably this math. A soo as the arm-
ot hanll have fntLohd with tioer orqp
Iunberms 'epect that they will begin
ildEing mad mueh expeetatiMo *is based
upon the good efteet which will be brooch
about. With he output t down ad the
d d Increased, the month ehod em
better prices and the few mil which wll



Sthe Record all you know, that will Interest others.

Sust to A "orl W Advertise your place.

'Y#owe the RIcord pay the bill.

~:dOt' 0 w thAe Jeord make a bill.

r your PrInte .Statimnery.

Isne and W te Order lot yourCommissary Check$

on the Secretary of the 7. 0. A. i

1 Intthu Icf ial Dn rgAr (1fiFf


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When you Visit Jacksonville

t se the.Record and be at home.

J.ns *fl. W. m etH
TNa Rrtional La

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Wv ary wOI be Pt | I

S. mb af teM-o t e

I tWh en or, ms Oe *

J. L. Brooks and D. P F; hv
a sawmill at Morns, Ga. The r_
is alIready i Gepratie.
a. & Kin, of tL W rl -
pay, T-*-o am, lef ts
me King lumbar omagaby ia
at manufatring ime $ea
rate a retail yard esmhaiely. h
The W. & Pratt Iobr..
Atbatn, Mhis WiftIa M&aL ,
a"d sole propritr, W EmA
tem rsorder'8. cot he in .s i
fo r Loing a sewm af et
In rfaree to rnafleg tem ft
road eam. i" Pratt of eWs f
!wonms= ambr dsesn ina ,
Her company hWO so yrdhea
-hs beu operatiet a t1a-- essio a
the ear t was n how fat sto
pay bad aoUd Ihr sfr eeM n s
tha etarlood Sie, wiM is
a ety erdimane.

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'Jnu )wty 4d the U&MMip
#A d"P Fla., hen hem
~~toWO in~ Isw ansu -th
(hrpay and *A
Thlb he. bee

ofb a brm m
bwearW, her. b
proerty cauist. arge

ICpi. ahedirgrkin -qu lai
r whi plant Ii oa the

aoo bee pn daing
tai~b im I aImas W.
weD. an tam engOY pasted
ims been emplad be take
"Admak diprtaa. 'On
re" the e empany plant
r, uihb, d kiln,
"'a" asamillatLYON&,GIL

is'no en gae of dacuth
'A* the- wit the meIna at
0' -IL.~ ad the Manaada
4301 Thy 2%W t get
k fhr their doto. "se vein
ibpdA MRy amn it
n w to to timm f" tfidr
AC Thne essat showers in
"ba by %-veg-

to.L. iiim iiin-- s auam s*-
pert i. in. i y to, ,a-uwer,. the
western demand show a de ded improve-
mat, with orders fr the pat three weeks
amounting to about 10i0i feat. The
eastern demand remains satiftetory to
the Floridians and is at faity good prices

The Florida railroads how a disposi-
tion \to comply with the ear. equipment
law and at the expiratim of the time
limit to July 1, extended them to equip
their ars the committee from the Geor-
gia Association charge will take action
to have the law enforced. The amt meet-
ing of the amociatiou will be held at
riftoa, July 12.

Riusa Trpentine
The question is asked if Rasnsi tur-
peatin ean be dBilled in a resin stil
certainly it ean, but with great risk. E-
p eeialy if it be ditilled over sedi lye,
*o great a heat eavea the atrpetie to
prime, and if it ase starts priming over
A Ire, good-bye to the ceatents of the
tilL Spirits of turpentine can oly he
safely distilled by the wet tea press
so extensively ued in redistilling tr-
pentine some 70 or 80 years ago, drtag
the tim eaphlMe la-p w re 'vesas.
ITh LAdo& makers of sential oi ditil-
'ilJg plant supply eBealt steam-j ated
copper s L@ :wM emald e uea for thi
nurpoee very euacmieally. The exhmert
team from the, engie might be fond
.wpOy suoient, if the engine h a hih-
prvesre ome, and a boy could be trained
to work the still.

lhWWIY inteaeted in,41 he eb1 heal-,
neas a though AW OIbass
Tui Geatur Georgi. Aapodat is mr-
tafily d o gaVet wht hr i liNe..
They houla" at as spans o is-ian
ordr to -b tfi Simy srmWI

Ageat many of the fok ass
pointed at the doreis tht peer
Kloeek probaMy was nt mn
her. is as aseanting hr tmste.
Overhevrd an autho, hi rat
tati how his edeat bhea had jmt
the light of day. wo M ans the
right for iMsMM (3ertai ly A, h
had better be saving mmer to pA
pbi.her for east of s.. war "ba

*Cs +-rj a..'i k ~.;
TAWBNd Dr.~ Mat*

TeRoft X".
TOMo~kIL E\~_jy

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-ar wOa oa 4t flu-


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has the exclusive rigt to mufad"ture adt, AlA

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a" M yew Waa fe Cfor Inftng~i atof 6e Pataft will be v4iJE05l3f Im qj I J T
-MY eft -f aft p is CIEA& a If.
in ith bamh& adr

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3d"gb Maaofacttmers d

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'The Herty Ttu'pmntino e

Ifyou eapNct to. uMw W idX 5QW

you orders for "-Yk: MI F

all hlorimailoo ci erfuj 'jjI4 i

Cups, Gutte.*. eI io3s

Used in the UIIN&CY system.

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Chattanooga Pottery Cmpany.

Jacksonville., r. ; I y t

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~imlaa~p.4 m thm Part at

-srrl the lumber'uptw
so 0 1g., for the Aetr dx
.w pa*P t year wwre *.Wlt
git the iw the -an
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INS. loft
133. 1604
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19,08 17,11

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inigmil a Jmft 44 meim n-
at". p oft atachwum~e aid 46ms
dbaed howetn pokt. Of thow mn-.
5 afte'14M ildl'S pdts. AB dt
dwis amwif hm =Adlae for
i O %9 00awtwine Ves-

jp tnow of 45$01*, nadenpc
M*33 sew; tMWLs eallg 9eM. Md
cs1me now Twa Tty-e d Ui
bavi~g sa aremte temn of
a"W inI" Ym4,AW, fH
f* of*iU e 147
luAhm "ebee entering frer for.
arl d 104 arM dgak o
'334 .1ba4 46 me; the ive Ven-
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DATE 190445 13M4-0 199M-6 190m-01 190-46 Ill0-ft 190-46 104 l iB-0 l 9L46 i
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Si..8....... 3.6 s 3.75 &4 3M a3 3 5 3.n3 Z .1
jw jSril........ UP 5 3 6 35 3. M 315 'SAID m0 Ls
April 2 ........ & &40 0o U.6s 3.S 3.U &s 10 3.16s s oN
April ........ .e0 3.s & 3as 3S 3 X. 310 1o s.s 6 o
Buy 6........ &as 3 3. 3M6 3S5 3156 m &.10 3L5 30' 2 &.
= 133........ &W L42% 3.5 3.27% 3UD 315 3.63% &2 3
May 27........ 3 s 3A. 335 &40 3M. 3.3 3 3.a a3. m
Juae 3 ........ 4A 3a 4 41s 3.30 5 2 & 3..15 & 40. i
Jwa 10........ a. .40 4a 3.10s a u a
JuI ........ 4 M* 33 4.5 3.10 3.0 &S 30 S
be S.:...... 40 sj 4M9 &1 3.90 SM 20 sw


WM TE: 2568 Ch SLr

We Sell Merchants Only.

for imntwrI parts were as flnowr:
amber, 18,76,460 feet, of whit 470,-
MO feet wa ecyprem ar thd e Umrte
pie; rmilmd aerostie 3=,6; mkiugle
aIg hiallesi d 8,66 in hblk; mal
stars, 17,15 pacaa; kaoun, 10M5
mas; fruit aad vegataMb, a, pack-
ages; bam of tobee, 250; miseelkn-
-tMm ftb B ., 9.5m,1w pam ..ha.
The expot to ftliga part cowa ef
of 1,81,M53 feet of lumber, 120,300 sin-
Sin balk, 619 aedr log ad 2SM

Ike value of the foreign export" was
Ta'ke as a whole, the baaes of the
port *bow a edatant imroyweat m
deeper water ia secured the bar and in
the t. Johns River. It i believed that
the ft sk tx.a I will a further
impromet, and that thi year win
break anl recarda.

TalloraMade Sirts

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a ito lr~t *** ^g~^^^-*ip,^,^^ ,; :i
Chars"4viiriN< Wre maswn Sho an amdemI us. me0Arsee as ease mes
as the
20 Dmrp-Vapeasessest

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Supplies for Turpentine Opera

Can offer at present quite a large nai tq et de. t
locations in West Florida, Alabanma ad Missinsippi
eral advances made against consignments. Corai .~~
Prlclpal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA:-

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Orders sent direct toau will receive prompt and care
We are now prepared to furnish barrels from six shot

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I. MOTr, .Gese.n Ma.ger.
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at. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vi-Pridnt.
C. H. BARNES, Se.retary a d Trenurw.


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Celebrated still and PFxturea.

.. very operator that has used one made by us realize a saving from a gallon to a galloa"
t' i i a half of spirit- o' -barrel of gau, to say nothing of the improved grade in roae made
l. sing our large, rapid condensing worm and smooth bollla kettle, which heat uaifonaly
i gead gefate the steam in a manner that no spirits are allowed to dry up before reaching the
Trwety (20) outfits shipped last month, but a /full. stock left to select from.
.Wrte for al particulars and place your order with this reliable firm and save annoyance and
S m bf egigence and delay. Repair work through the comtry a specialty.






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=AmbkA 111K if

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3 1611 J. 111116116 01021S, 5aJ Y

411 JasuomyilL lb.

~4~iaIII hiau I & C., asksmE

01-aLu-~ -arn
IaIoIo aa, Nwbou Jr Ity

?L5- ILisIg. Co., Q.Fm, am.l
am*= Co.,&Z*w i

1~Co. The,lir Jasha~Le CLB.
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~~~~4 L3~SmW 11.1 Jaekmae.ft
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S au, Jakwle Inl

-r p & OIL, Jadckauvil, 7.
A M" "07 NowYUork 1k.

-e NOW York ,Gm.
.Vgww o. 06
i,4hA OW10. =Z14 Fla .

OL, be,-Aw w-m, 11L.L

~ gS-a- "A' _& AR~b

10011L1 LbaJ. GILr~IL

2'- ~ ~T, ka a, mwdma, FAI

J I:~Pi ~ Agency. 114

:;-- :(pll4 googk V04 Tbs6 Jewlt j

Eft. J. A Jad=KvW Fla.
0106,1L 186,JCdMCRVM% rM

ILI acknonvill, Flo
W44 (30, Savanow a

JQ Hrdwatl, W. N.,Vabat, Go,
Jo G., JadhonvW, Fla.

Ne mmy sx. 00, Oasis, Jim

Thonas, W. R..' Gaimvi, Jim.

ankiff A RM. '&' adwovins via
f6 C*. IL A.JevwswwM%'rb
Standad es"In OL. Iabwavie. P%

g., PThe Jacsuvlkill, "L.
Komd Buk Boaff, Now York Cur.
Kedric kHas, The, Wpft,= 1%2r -

G~mb Iora. Mesh. Gas T., 11, I
Oaks, 1% Wilke Spr~w Fla.
Zews ww wan-ftimi, An.

blow -wo b*L a" T.. =606 90
tambard boe Waft & 844h O., An-
swift Ga.
Nmvill-Strm Co. Jashamylle Lb
Murphy, T, JaekaamvilII 1k.
Odwold's Son (3., J. a9, Meson, OIL

Greemlemf &md Ce COn., Jaekaamvill, Fla.
Bors & 0 Jan aemysilf Fla.
1 J110 Jmekaauva e a M
Friday Automoile Q6, Jeekaomville, Fl..

6 llettelln, 'r, Jaekaamvib4llsb
mhoss a Co., (bm., Jaeboaamvs, rLb

Min Brw., JaewoiEw, kAL

Speners Medosin ca, Chatteaiogrn, To.

Giford Iem Wer Go.. T., THfo, Gm
Lombad lIes Nysa. a &upply Oo, An-
gesta, GIL
T Jaekwowvllb, As.
f!2tr AZ C..,J. a. Mors., Ga.

=hIlI -r III~C I
aws Hawa Boro Co., W. IL. aMason GIL

Ceorletephe, IIb.w Loiq U. ahavilJm
Maingis 00 u~dax (haw ul., Fla.
SLB Brionew Ga.L
memo=a loa, ss. S., GIm

Bri Hardware Co, W. EI, Vloim.
Cbristapher, JAM Q, fd=OUVI% rAr
Morio. Eladwar OL, OMd% rd
Seboadre Doe Ck IL, Yoomp O
Tan" Hrdwar Cluk, TWE^ Fla
Dill, & Pemud, Marianna, PLb
Tbhame, W. III GabbeMye, Flm.

Salem Nail C, New York City.
11axaMsJ4rnu CO., The11, Jamille, Jim.
Qiuwshitgpl Novel Stoem Oo., Jackawn-

X lAl-Yowmg COo, TUs, Sawamh, G16
Iudqemim Naval Sare and Expert Co0
Jaiekamville, Fla.
Peaopa, Huat & West OD, Swwainh, Ga.
Standard Naval Stare Co, Jacksonvile,
Ui go Naval Stao Co, Mobil, Abm

. Baird Co, L K., Jacksonville, M.
Baond Bours C., Jacksonvifle, l.
Griag Browm. Oo., The, Jaeksarmvi Flm.
B Hardw Cs., NW. kI, Vahiamim, Ga.
3. 3., la. Fla.
H~tepbaJob 0. Jadmaavifle, Jim.
(3.., Tampa, 1k.
Bmh (hak. 1k

t~i~opha, Joh n., JackaftDel lb.
Gilbert, liFed IL, JackomvIf Fla.
Manrili.Staen s(b, Jasmawlie WI.
ShBoasd's Soes C4oJ. BJ'- SMan, Ga
White-Blakrnl~ee Mf. C10., I IM,
1&= rL YfBTW AGIL ir

National Tank Export Co, suvemah,
Natiaml Transprttion & lwrmia 0O8,
Jacksnvill, via.
joseelb Ira C0., lamec, Cincnti, O.

Deakitb, Hdheran At Winxau, TAmp4m
Braboton, euaig & CO, ia kag.yM, M
Buckmans, C., Jdmashmie IL 4,
Fhrder, W. W., Jaesomvile, Flo
Giffod Compainy, Jaekaawvll., 1k.
Illgei emSamaJ.E.,Oaolk.1
Sohears SBtaes IAd ad T1i 0.. Q,
jackwonmvfe, Jim.
Wmb-Raloy-Rannis Co., The, Jackaeowif

Owmr Lumber Cb,Jeekeasile lb.
Memriil-Stevos O., FJlaU, Jm
Covitom MO, The, Jashamyl Fk.

Cochdno Book Stare, hsajg AL

Clyde Staship Oo., Te Nw rkOft (Nhy

Haoeas & Ox, Samed P., 6ainmw ing
-Jmckaomvine aovkreg 4Oz, Jaremwlk,

eafrae Co., EL A, Jasheauvil,

Ceproso Task Go" r
DlavisL&age a C ,
Sebo~dd'a Jo., Op Jd

CSuMeil TOw OlC,

chttanerp P4 b:Q

Fu Produt Construetion 4104.
ettevile, W,
pine, NO o ompr42-
W. C.
Standard TW 4Oil 144

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MOMMi~lk Bros, m% 4116'r:_js
V0331WTUM22RL go-k
Davis A Sam, G. A., PaMA*, Jb

Daovis & Son, G. X., Pabdk, J

G(vot Tner NjmoJbi

Clark, Choa. A., lIse, J-de~~
Meuray & t JI pe'

Tbomam, W. IL Idwb,

0604 Lawl aw _1L,

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Commission Merchants.

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New Victoria.

Offfts Beard fat Trade ladig.
JedteTefe tler.setal.
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Qitman Cooperage o.,

Aoo mril to UoseeISesitn of
Bard of Trade, Savannah.
Alm make
Dip and Syrup Barrels.

Skbmk Trade



FlM 1.56 TO$6 1 LLWI

Sole Apttt

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Pumping l)1US1Ur

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Best PUMP int the Wort&
Friom 40 be 700 Gaflam of W~. per Mavwb
Write orcn eanie
29e Wet FS- Na' Mom a
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Wanted and For Sa .

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Prinittas t aeeinaa the esie. Vs oa'ebm in.
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sale, eight themad aass, in 0m8i
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address Ick Box 43, Adl, .

For Sale.
Twenty-barrel stMl ad IatwIr; M mep
boxes, plenty heads; 16 aey mext sema;
4 mules, L.oago, 1 horI s ad bmg am
railroad; want to aMMe fim--;
Melvin a Co., rto, dh OR, l .
Fo Salfe
Six tbopusdm amres lad, 4,JUMW- fet
eypreu, 2,00o00 feet p be I ar; b-
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*tore, new*paer aad pbat, or aestaml -I
develop amm; good eoCay btoe; ir s-
ian wells; Ime vegtle IsM. JoId a
Harris, St. -m FkL

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C.Cremusy, 00 Ib. tabs..

1 .b p1 lb.
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S' IMbt t....
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l-a, ...........

AppleCide .......

sujar, bbl..
0 bbi..
l) bbLa..

Die"d *osh and

101-lb me to

~x LIQ Po. ......... 10
Mediuma.... 9
afmtow coffee, 1
~. lb ~ neaziet 1
0Coftee, 1 lb pack-

V twm.......
10-1b. Dlb pea.. 14


v sr" 30bIf. ... s
B~fY ~P; .21" ~ 10 lb.. 46
10 ,Olb .....
otOis, Perpound. 40

Aask .............. I O

2W jeOLb seeks 100
104-b saiks 50.
2b-l... 26

a. Pepper.

104b tin.. o P.,... ........ 21

', r 18 Use8 dosto bo
7 final per doz.. OD


New Syrup
Ga ad Fla, in cypress
bars, per gallon..... 80
Cor Lot It -L sets
W.clip'd,1251b,2 20 222 225
100b,176 177 180
White 125b, 10 222 216
Whit 1001b. 167 1 69 172
Mied 1251b 2 6 2 7 210
S 100b, 1 6 16 1 68
Car lots consisting of Hay, Oas,
COCB, of 20,000 pound, mine as
100-oek prins. Cah, /1 pr
cent in lOdaa on GOrin.
Wheat, 100 Ib., choie..... f 65
." faY ..... 170
Va. Seed Rye, per busel..
Highest Grade Patent in bbls
perbbl............... 6 75
Hiest Grade Patent, 96,
48 or 24 lb sack.........5 75.
Highest Grade Patent, in
12-lb ks ............. 5 75
Pillbury' Belt ..... 6 00
Pillsbry's Beet bbl ....
Floa, Gold Medal .... ...:. 625
bbl ... ..
Mel, r barrel........... 850
B-lb sacks.......... 1 50
rit, per barrel........... 8 60
2-lb acks....... 1 60
God..................... 6
Choice...... ............ 6
Fancy Head.............. 6
Brenk ................... 8
Casned Vegetables
Tomatoes, 8, Chief........ 90
Tomatoes, 8 ". ........ 80
Clayton, a................. 45
Olaytoni, 2 .............. TO
Sifted Peas, 2 ............1 40
o L. J.Peas ........... 80
' kra, Tomatoes, s .......1 20
Lia Beans,S ............ 00
trying Beans, 3s......... 90
8tring Beana, S2 .......... 70
Bake Beans, B........... 90
Baked Bean, ........... 45
Corn, fancy, s............1 40
Born Tomatoes, 2s.........
Beauty Bets, ............
Ssr, Krant, 3s ........... 85
Sauer Kratt, keg..........
PumpkiS, 3s ............. 90

Canned Fruits
Pineapples, sliced, 2s, 2 dos
to case, per dos......... 1 J
Pineapples, fancy 2s, 2 doe
to case, per dos........ 1 40
Cherries, 2s, 2 dos. to case
per dos................ 1 a
Apples, 3s, 2 dos to case, per
doz................... 90
Apples, one gall, one dos to
case, per dos..........'. 3 00
Peaches, 2s, two dos to ease,
per dos................ 1 00
Peaches, 3s, two dos to cae
perdo............... 1 40
Peaches, pie, 2s, two dos to
,case, per doz........... 1 75
Blackberres, 2s two dos to
M r per do ........... 1 00
Damson, 2s, two dos to ease
per dos...............
Brandy Cherries 28 per case 86
Mixed 80-lb pails, per lb... 7
10-lb 8
Gum drops, 0-lb pails, per
Ib ...... ........... .
Freuch cream, 80-lb 'pais,
per Ib................. .
Sticks wrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per lb........ 8
Sticks unwrapped, 25-lb box.
assorted, per lb........ 8
Dried Fruits
Evaporated Peaches Extra,
25-lb box, per lb....... 9
Choice Evaporated Peaches.
25-lb box, per Ib.......
Fancy Apricots 26 b boxes. It
x. Choice' " ....
Ev. Apples, 50-lb. boxes....4 25
Ev. Apples, 25-lb. boxes.. ..2 2
Xv. Apples, 48 1-lb. package 80
Ev. Apples, 24 2 f
Currants, cleaned, 86-lb. cae 00
Prunes, Calf cleaned 96-lb
box, 40-60 ........... 6..
Pruies, Calf cleaned 2-lb
box, 50-0............ 7..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 6-lb
box, 60-70............. 8..
L.'L. Raisins, 8 crown..... 1 86
L. L. Raisins, 4 crown ......1 90
Seedless, 1-b packages .... 12
Citron, 10-lb box ....... 50
Fancy, H P, per pound.... 6
Extra H P, ....
Seed Peauts, ....
New Nuts
Mixed, 25-lb boxes......... 11
Almonds..,......... ..... 18
Brazils ................... 12
Peacan1.... .............. 12
Filberts................... 1
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Ax Handles.
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