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quantity has not hor quite row "1 m
the inweaft in wwiue, Owing u am fa0t
th apt w bvew advand ima
awe ofte ati do. dIn
of the va pw AAfnsahg ie
Ia I ~ uanity b. n~tI~yof
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bpwe wads Mrr S~MU ~ ci~ pL
Pr- r iwo the qmmatity Imparld
Was .*sI n& b taluad at $iUA
6Si irabetd eenl~ha perP
in UK the mwwid ad 1 ism -, foar
hui sw nMm*' sa ohl.e *Mo
an g an o nu astf.
fat inp euN& l aith Uim tober -
bmpertawl of mos~abt."' au
poua ha meth wI'ile~ c6beimo
no anI k mp M ia i iabe rean-
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PAID UP CAPITAL $5oo,ooo.
ce fk adm Sterage Rooms, Jacksqi ville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa,
Sand Savansah, Ga.,
SThe oroidalb Groeery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jackaonville; the Florida Grooetryi
'. tbfli; the gtery branch of Florida Naval Storm and Commision Company, of Jacksoville; the grocey be~mmc
| vwafl t iMtes Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Waval 8torm Coopany, of Tampa; tlhe g
- G ~e Nlf Navll Stoms Company, of Pensacola; the grocery branch of the West Coat Naval Stors Company, of Pn
Ntl l MB 1i the Southern Naval Storee Company. of Savannah.
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rim at dfe everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Gral., ,
,, Domestic and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Toolf,
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lipmits to all points that can be reached ,the cheapest through the branch stores of the Company, adi
a attention given all orders through the main office and branches.
The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the
Consolidated Grocery Compi
asst' -Md se fCe-Stery aslMdiwf, 70x200; me tw.story hlelff. sexg90 ese wme-stry aliedA,
mUaklS the klrest space Of y Cm*,wy O tsh &le Is tlUe sth
;- .' .
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY C,.
Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tantpa. rFL., Pensacola. Fla., and SavsnnatJh G. -
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bra s.e seftse we ao =P=61e6
* ivasell -weo a ni1 aeImplee
SNm Supp&eso Pipe,
0 us. Tiess, fts.
* Advise your wants.
jMacn,- - Gergia.
A Loft ems 0r uas
of T"."ft.Ur T0191Sa@f
**A 4 a *$I a : e__
i9444itdlf4t il h t Irinii ur I II tii t
apD Wa. w. C.c. Tho as. Nr -0. DUDLRY. fslab W
pIa Hardware Co. '
Gas Muller & Co.
SSE eM Wiru
BOWEN & CO.
BOWEN & CO.
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At His New i
IS W BAY
kaffie, asd Pahosphate Supples.
6ana -Coeoftoet bad Holmis Haok
. AdA PMrulas omn Hand.
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... NATIONAL ...
h & Export Company
Of SAVANNAH. (A.. U. S. A.
3. 1. BOLLARD
A. D. OOVDITOW.
C. cLa. ms
'* I PADOWr.
. a 5. oM.
H. L. KATON.
ueedewfyf Terd C
6. W. D18M,
J. L OOwaLY.
*aW 'well eqipped aMd thoroughly enameled and ae
i=tiy sitosed at tbe erminals of the S. A. L. and A. C. L.
6r charug for storin have been revised.
evRp.B anmr OF AMOVE Flt POpMTULAft.
1-6-Re'SVH 0 M rWJA,
Me, Li and Phosphate Mules.
`a&i IHarft and Ruifle.
" from $1.50 to $.00
Agency for Lewis 1866
Mount Vernon Pure
BUILDERS AND DlALfO VI
Coatrolle Blum's Monoram and Syl
van Rye-Agents for Jungs, Cincin-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
CHAS. BLUM & CQ.
917 m 919 WeaS Bay Street.
. ,IF" -.".. JACASOnvMILL, nr.
* 1 os0@ as w6 innkA e har S n JoIu5t
EMCIN S, OILEUI
Cotton. 9aw, *Atrv O I.
Maehi Te Ie, W Oml
Shrfting. Pafnl, BEgwm tN
Rubber Belting sad Hio., M%
Mill Supptie and Too.l I
Plans and estimates furiin
Plants and Sterd brig.
Steam Pumun, Fead We abe r-4
Hot _g Ib g. .
AUGUSTA. GA. -
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Sam we 74 eatin. One day
sinst Piton te SIthefon
r anl* t r, and the next
kasin. Ii beciuse they at getS
a fast Igng to theitrot
.r f eBw ever .MU e M ard.
turn. The uteaa ant at
r the 9i weer ila w how
W thesitage. Before lng At
h se et that will eathe the
in is dermi 7ry fast-
a Mite out of tome for lamber-
\ 0t1 da" tom*s an" no?
i&gio time to bay lumber. I
d Oreid ppe*ly it will aean e
Wale seamh e Imto b an
:riad y, shoma It Us ia.
i the y tey ab m itt
in t. It will pay a hanmse
eet n tI inestment while eA-
~iAmm i us chtm arge of the
., ,-in. the Forestry, Fisk,
.mhi g at f t Losns Visitors
to the Our eat staple in al
Sbeauty, hmd atke thins in.
tar it bobi a h o amint l-
mai am is ewaned to at. Thea
is itat the -AtlIand thest
1% Abk at Ot Louis from
s to iba* relridt ia not i
Spost few days an eder was
lr~t thWestern Steel car sad Foun-
"Yividel "qally Ibetewen
mer Compa sad the
IAmber Compay, both of Oara n-
1- meriaia in wanted to build cars
-awa a Quiney Railroad.
Some of Boo B, recently burned
siais it be rebuilt at once.
Na Nlows Lumber Com-
Tanis, has ,. a a
SL IModre, of VaUsMsta,9,AS bouhft
the mawiil piat of Jeam a & ammeri,
at P6lau a.
The Imdutrial Record has Several timia
warned luabermen and mswmil men
against the eram of doing a large bsui-
wiM during the present eritical period.
That crase i to-day the cause of much
of the depression in trade.
The Southwestern Lumbermen's Asso-
ciation requests its members to ded to
its oeffe in Kamas City, Missouri, a de-
tailed report on shipments of lumber re-
ceived during the past two years, which
were unreasonably delayed in transit, giv-
ig car number and initial, point of origin
length of time on the road and loss oc-
casioned thereby, for ume of its committee
on demurrage, looking to ongrem for
Why is not sawdust the univeasal fuel
at the sawmills? Answers solicited by
the sawmill leaders of the Record. We
suggest one answer, sad doubtless there
are others, vis: its green state saw'
dust will not burn ready, ad whea ry,
it may lack body. It can be dried by pat-
ent dries and cempreued to give it body.
During the past three weeks Darie, Ga.,
shipped, coastwise d foreign, 633,000
feet of Jimber.
Word is being passed alog the line
among the members of the Southern Lm-
bet Manufacturers' Aocation to shut
down for one third of the time, until
prices get better, and at least 75 per cent
of them have promised to d so.
The sawmill of Gooding & Pierce, near
Savannah is supplied with water for its
boilers by having it bright to it in ot-
tomeed oil tanks from plae,where water
is more plentiful. Many mls in Georgia
had to shut down in June for lack of
One hy of uatimatta Timber.
There are several methods of estimating
the amount of standing timber on a given
tract, and the following which is in use
in States that have been ranged ad see-
tionied, is as good as any:
Three hundred sad thirty feet, which is
one-fourth the distance along one side of
a square containing forty aeres, is called a
"tally." T is equal to 125 pages of a
good walker with a good pair of leg, or
about 140 paces of an ordinary walker.
The estimator, caled timber cruiser in
some parts, is aeenrpse-iJ by a compass
man, who ought to be an experienced
woodsman. Assuming that a quarter see-
tion is to be estimated, and that it is con-
venuient to begin work at the southeast
corner. The estimator calls to the com-
pass man, "Go west." The compass man,
starting from the corner, goes west 125
steps, more or less, according to the known
length of his step, hafts and calls out.
"One tally wet." The estimator calls,
"Go north," and the compass man goes
north the requisite number of steps, and
calls, "One tally north." The estimator
goes to work by covering 'the 21-2 acre
squares on either side of the compass
man's line to an estimated distance of
125 steps in each direction. He then -
timates for each ortant species the
p ,< r Ty- s. eu _a .
U W. VST SmET
H. A, Renfroe Om
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&A* to Ord& at RaadpkdS Pikr Mel OQd*n Gb..
439 V. Bay Sbrm.
SA Record. Prompt Ja."
service guaranteed. South Hogan St., Jackronvi
job ok thi
The LMr"d anM C"ai Cdevi
worw" Ia Oorski
or y specialty is large waem ad heavy botasm that 4.
BECKWITH, HENbERSON & WARREN
LAME TMACTS SF TURPITIE MI Hl
Reams 1.2.3, FM nrt Nat Alf BW i t
11111t 111111111111 11till il i i i 1.*in
= Florida Cop.
: Manfwnctvrers of Turpoenthwe' Si
- General Metal Worker.
Old Sdls taken ia exchange fr -w m .-.
- Parteching through, tbhe ouWa phr -
- OrSr bmil -or wire wils wsea pl .
-- mM "tm Oift of UM d m
F Fyettevfle. N. C. S
- Mobil-. A-l.
3MI 20 2200"ToL
,-4.'r 4.; -
~ 0 J J J 1~i
S"aL-k tL 4i0 W am
i^^i^ i~ n^ s^- sli- A~ .ae
aM o h ga ,be h ns*,
the-e a dep. al the -
uge pm or qmr
tt ftvas hearing a lie
. a ad eaoungw all the trees
itm bhe wil staed in the
9inemtor -r sleds and
S-, S wit'a a ruadis of dity
01sfees gidv the. mtimagr a
Ma et the amout ot tam-
@presens is repeted
.l0Wa traet is covered. The es-
a pftml mote of the ehr-
0.10"i s thes nobase s set 4
g*oe m-- ama cover am
,a d4y, weather amd other
Dow" RO =a <
3a|rB ainre anp 1as 1
Sof the Mdeai Marble
eriamatta, Ga., Ows aadp e
ls absou teun miles frotm
i" two essine and milk
d hwber .hr su ms weeks.
a net been iet peraoi
e 1 thre win e as de er
tie p sarr the ab
P^ goin eal e toay. Iati
o msamo that the
so-bflr sat o 'e w dea
t ue r fai i, a me te-
WWtheO r l fev er, a to
starwe it bmiein r The
fr -orne'tesit -r 06
'the Iy in the
li^ ^eng tt prtitests
itag in ol t sare pr te
Ab ser nd gmost of the
ihai there will be,& deter
Ste part of ers to
ue les of the Tes
wm framiaat tha by
b soeetie be-ay. It
Sauaude of tis a-
It is au that
d Mngto old and avoid
yand guages. Thu
lip mfqr the better.
i6 see t Iwhty dealers
w uMl tsarests
n the, ater, Me
isurne sdr -a
A i. ; D;;p+
500 a purw seen e am" ag
&d4m &afford buyers a levermg,pos-
ly v esA ms to the -a.tia. O( the
t&Wr hand, the aderedta of the new code
are undoubtedly heviy in the majority
ad the em assurUae of permasen mue-
Cm will here ia aid tapmoable co-
oeaera.-New Or(ians "arbe Trade
CONDUIO OF THE l MARKT
Yew Pin se ad Cyprom the Leainf
A& ,,mm ii,4m
J, A CJi
2"9W. Nifty Stre
Leaders In Mome and 24wW. Fm OW
iag and Up-to-Date rumramhisals e.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hat.; largest stoeki tireO .
I For S0.100
Turpentine Location, of which 90,0 acres are a w being woe
with 11,000 Acres found Timber. Price..........,.............
13o000 Ames Liberty County Virgm Timber. Prim ere... ".
320 Amar Liberty Coouty lVrgin Pine. Priest per se.......
22.000 Aree Sawmill Timber on St. Johns Biver.
23.000 Aers Cklhoun County, of which 7,1W0 asM~ m e rOd.
Bancme now ready for the saw. oeated an two navigahMis -
Prire per aer ................... ....................... ........ .
Brobston, Fendig &C*
-saunsw- a.. JAcKSO Lr -LA. T *-
0410s 06 s 6 9 6 4 a 9 0 1P 9 1 9 9 4F
afimeu.e-Quiet Satiir sto prevail
i the North Carolina pme trade. Parkie-
lary lm ber aed for building perpoaes,
such as matliags sad jeista, is emy; in
fact, these appears to be o regular plriee,
the aares ctuatting in aseordanee with
the urgency of the buyer's needs and the
seemaity for the eller to move steaks
quickly. The available pple of these
a 4 lumerare till very larg, whils
the dsmad ha. mt been early as rapd
as was speted, that mnow or w. em. c-
Utio continaae to exit. The raae of
alues for building staks i about $ lower
thLa at this time last year, but the saitu-
tw is recorded as more hopeful, and the
fsedi at aidence amo; lmbermen
i beeoing mtieMably tron er.
Phildelpchia Thi receipts of yellow
pie have been remarkal ah e bm recently
ad iA stated that *seral ma ms are
naow* the way, moat et tihe set being
prapihaly mold. There i a bptk cal for
Tyiw pie and the wholesalers aqport
a ret des.a iof inquirj, bt they are are-
to etabte that the demad i not of the
r b hg oart. Yard orders are quite abun-
dat ad- the daily deriveri tra the re-
t4lards ind ate that we are new doing
a god mmi e .
Philadelphia. The receipts af North
Carolina pine more tha- keep pace with
the demand. The mnufaturer have an
sabml dat supply o hand to all appear-
ae and shipm ts arq made with
rom- alea Retailers e hearing faer-
aWy Fom their customers ad riag the
past week quite a lt of staff was coa-
traeted for for biding purposes which
is t be delivered alng during the sm-
mer. There in o hanged i prices.
be sold east from here. tpondbhhmhhb
Buffal-There is a general report that
Southern pe is lack, wjh prices not up
to ast year. Thi market buys rather
sparingly of it, but that, with the amount
that ean be sold east from here, is emogh
to warrant considerable attentim to it.
The tiaber demnau in bst part of the
trade and it is likely to remain good, a
there is a sarcity of all other mrt of
thber Of other sorts of Souther piae
the demI d for boards is bea.
Bost-o-There in aa inquiry on the
market for 120,00 feet of bhad pine, aad
this, ra-r the cireamstances looks quite
large. Whether it wil rm itasa order
remains to be sees. There have been so
many ufruitful negotiatioeaeof lite that
ao great hope is entertained. ales ac-
talny accomplished sine the prevao re-
port have been of distietly meagre ol-
se, embracig simply quoatities that
were supplied from stock i yard. Fr
ooring, as for timbers, the demand is
league. I addition to the asove, these
is at he time of writing, a amil entrat
peali which eal fr abot lMa feet
of' ard pine. Prices are generaby pam:
Iarbe mho migs oders, to arrive, A to.
3.5 i U.S __ a a :"
JACKSONVILLE MACHINE &W__ iON
ENGM MON AND MA
FOhJNDMR AND IAcl4DIWI
Locomotive, Steamboat, Swmill and Mine Machinery Made ad iepal. '
and Brass Castings, and machine repals of a tia a .
MARIEw INGOCS AND BOIL ERS. P AM WKAN S, .
Agent for Stationary Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Feed Water napsr 'a
mrs. Hydrants and Valves, Centrifugal Pumps, H ',se Belti g s e BaM, l
fWIa TmuHIIM WATB M IMn I EWMi '
Cable Addr- Friorida
Standard Naval Stc
DEALERS EXCLU*IVXLLY $)
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WU WWMU A UAiI 'MM 2M M
Imom maIsw-0I6 m wwmGWUJw smWuw
Standard Clothing V
One Price Pik
FASNIONAbMZ CLW7VHT S AMD #WlSU *
37 "d IV West Ba 85.0, -
a-m= a* Eawes MsS. Aeslal OI5sWIU31W 8 t
-, , ,.-A -sis'
L*A.- -*, .*-
5Mito s iedlg to
"pA 0, S*a kin-dried, all rail,
0 to $S; sap, $S to $S3.
pt two weeks, fer sailing
Sarrtd tfro the Soat, with
i'fo p arnd pine, and two ieam-
&iM t, a total ot 2jW,37
SKM|-- southern lmehr fruits
|e-(r.kee f etiatic parts, $5 to
&egnf, $7 to V7.S&
i s Xi*.-The vsi yslw pine mar-
*lersis.u There esnem to be a
a. ismt as t of umber and but
Al lt h is heard su that sore, but
w- tie mod te offers moth-
Sf special umuii as een
mr in the fae sof
deea e lewhpre. Building
i a, 65. to S".e; Atepping,
'Ipim boards, 13.56 to $14Ml;
ft, $A to St, and "A"
^n-''C yp eeeM.
jlqida CyOires funhes no news.
lhlte uhinaot is, therefmre, hard-
,tJ, I w -d fotah uttios
0 i on there part of some
S:C Sllurte and seconds, in*
h 1 w 1 3 Iinch, $50 to $61;
is but little complaint
a frase a orVi reta il
d'.ema n i good all
fit supply and -o.
iir .The Aemasd is
0" d fell ae census t so far
exi& a imsaad are eoneyrne. QU9
st aot os fe&l*: Inch, firsts
ndes,ai..W0,; in*e selects, O3&25,
(~l~~ai;LeW At~il demand for cy-
Lis neglaing to aenu itself but not
~a(e~-|h to give the maket any vi-
-'M5st retailers have soueient on
tarx earsrof tieir customers and
* wh aler have not old mukh
h iThsIr i a snmbwhat better
iwvch will always sell
ng as there is not to mueh white
m the market. Gum and cottonwood
I -i- g thii way i limited qantities,
6ae is a larger amount of maple and
r Mei)aIW hardwoods cosg down
r 6riees are :as :waNMg as the
0i41 tla of the eaoutry will wHr-
torrflus~, is. arriving 'oly is
aM s qfnt U -The leader expe
im Mler and yardmen, who laid
satrii"pion of a sMd-
B at present to dictate qo:-
orders are given only as
i needed. As stated some
only reqiest, and do
t o a l ees on aseummulatin
%aI ndulative needs. ,Values
Smalintaimed, although ey-
411 somet eke" off together
Vwosi, the trade generally be-
|~nsfid by marked quiet.
S .*"a imE.
VO Ni e that fire, sup-
b Ora h e.alary origin
em hrhi A r Iyards of
S'- s7mnw*-^*^ Orto yg
falts tLh matter *lff b raled to
the Buada comty anthoritis for veml-
Drist E *-La *
In the masamne n"Suces, Mr. J. E.
Ingraham, of St. Augmti, third vie-
preident of the Florid st Coast ai-
way, has a most able ead intreating
article a the draining of the Florida
Everagtdes. Mr. Ingraham says:
'"There e great agricultural possibil
itles in the Florids Everglde. Though
hey are yet merely a' waste o swamp
and lake and jungle, I venture to pre-
diet, that they wil be the location of
andreds of fertile farms, within ten
years, and wil by degrees develop into
one of the mset prodftive trets of
land in the world The barrier to the
utilization of the Evrglades has be, of
corse, the water,which eovn. the greater
part of them to a death 4f from oM to
aix feet. But it has hew foud entirely
practicable to drain of the watw. Work
to thi end ham already been begun, aad
t is being pushed rapidly, When it is
completed, a trast of laid 14 mies log
and 00 wide will have bee opened up to
civilization. The sie of this region is
nGt as important a the remarkable pro.
Uuctivity of the soiL The letter i r t
-nly absolutely irgn, but has been fer-
t:ii4ed by animal and vegetable life
rough many enturi I am eoldst
Uiat its crops will lift Florid to a iaee
among the leading agrisltur aStates.
Pant CrAeMiu a.
"The project of draining the Everglade
attracted the attention of BHery B. Pant
In the early nineties, but he was by no
-a nere that the sceme wa feaumi e,
ao I, acting under his direction, mudertook
.Lu ePpedition through the region. Despite
i.s proximity to centres of popalatioa, it
Sas then, for the first time thoroughly
explored by white mem. O- wan vi-
Lualy a voyage of discovery. We pad-
,ed our light boats ma ks aad mped
*'i islands that, I have good reason to be-
ineve, had never been visited by any hu-
.a bein but Semiole Indin and by
Luese but rarely. We auderwent so many
iiardships that some of our party were
compelled to turn back, but our efforts
.ere not in Ti, for we &eertained the
importantt fact that the Everglades, alon
.le whole 100 miles of the eastern side,
.'a rimmed by a rock ledge. We further-
.uore learned that all of the lakes are
.:ove sea level, ad we decided hat
*here was: nothing whatever to prevent
aue water of the lakes from wing into
..ne ocean, ed leaving the lad drained
na vents could be made in this long ledge
.f rock. The chief question before s
pertained to the practiaMility of cutting
through the ledge in various places, ah
dredging outlets into the Atantic, which
is not more than to .or three miles
away at numerous points.
"Experimenla proved that thi work
would present no great diflelties. It
was merely a matter of a good deal of
igging. Henry M. Flager took up the
project, and it is being ear~ied out by his
neutemnanta We are not only making ar-
Lteial outlets through the roeek, but are
also, by ditching and dredging turning
large bodies of water ito rivers and
kreeks which Sow into the oean. The
work ha progre ed far aough to enable
ue to predict eonldently the opening in
lorida., with- a few yars, of a great
tract of land of almost n oeeuoelted fer.-
I" fi e`
The Great H..hil& ksoot .14..
flOMug Urifts IF~r Wdafts USbuftl,&
t- no "ee.= M *IAS.A.
Tl.i Hfeethiest Sumamer Resort f
An eHo= fr ai i
AM NIODMt CONVEMMMBCB
Write for 3uirmiimLs..
MLS S, L MUITCARO,. pnpkr V19 vNI4 M
A Typkial Southern Hcmn'
NEWLY UMLT ld RRNIIN.
-VL Lw pamliemi -.
MMS A C. SKIPVOMII Pna,,ieftum VHfti W, MMA
Headquarters for Southera Pa
G001) TABLE HO
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liM L Rs a ib, hapie WIN 1 SPIN OL, R( pfif
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A New, Modemn, Highass HtLe
mGCrRnc u flC a 1d' S
Jo. S oMWu OVWn Md PS pitoi VMflE SLW&
THE NEW~ PAXTOR~ii-
Cobintgdosu Home-L ikeHA
lOOM "OR MGUUTS.
TAbl Unrwrgllwd- very Aaviw*&.,
Aa M. H. PAXTOKI Owne md 0puoein, VIITR
-wIf N 0'NZM~
Pree~eeL bias ir
A.&'ealaf W111 M WAIM W
Vhe We B. JOHNSON:
Wholesie ,Gro '0
Au. S U
I. *--.4- ^S -
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FJ Y -_~ y~- ,r ~ry
~ ~ea, ~ r
hV53@ a o -t
ri-an -fdi -a.I
ti h V far te-i
,*q#WjmLructi t'ia abeene gs.e
7 -4. ,hs t~dafes* 06
LIJa as in,*a okiie of the
ON =we 4but 2AN beereso
*a boom kr in the state 1ow
eb u~ebech in e
pounds f a thd ool of upload
1&.4S ai tam -ies tW
ps of ooSaetd ms
,AW*4w- omed* fties an
of m o1l w'ith
bet-0 ft nd evae feed
~IC~ Tla th et
isi ote*c fed, to Us
Wsold ybk, at a k a
l at s aifd, wMA 0 wid m
"MiothmU toebias. isa at proemt
, k~boe emul be fattemi omly
finead. That we aoporW 11
about M hbead, So at
0M .0 be nos, lwt inft-
r c in ma t eapahe of am h
Sthe been coop in. There
-be emenh prodded to fatto
et I-ard tm as the see-
and hbi peA oter would a
withs a- with mate
age ifthe ame eneahtis
tow pe ers
W lath -I
bestr h. Yo.am sd fa nast-
aupis ae samt eladtiens
mewar being h th.
Jumps, that -best"
&*he railms aD all m s-
epear amnd and g
Ihoa hm Age.
t solar meters new in
hve hws that it is
e It am bei ot--
ss .. low
-- .- i p-
-. rr L 1
HIas aerevirsadetse the wes dl atlMa bas.
a es le the Seat. After three amrts ef cMaed
eistrg oar machiery at the WaycrMrs, GeeMogi
.r, we are aew redy to self dIrect ay afsae
plm t ad gvretee results by eur evw K~XR 0
PATCIr StMU PmeSSVm/R PROCESS.
STANDARD TURPENTINE COMPANY.
Kohn Furchgott= Compan
WHOLESALE DBALlRS I
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hf
MAL. ORDERS IVEBN PROMPT ATTENMOIN
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '
.,, ',v b
eea attended the e-orts a quarter of
a emtary ago that in Fraae irm coua
be melted within eiea ead b by rir-
ron oly 4 feet in dimtr.
The rt whieh atttaIed say degree
of maeess was the solar motor erected
t Denver fve year ago adt wik po-
diued nearly Ave-borse pewer wit' em-
iderable t aM. It was thee whi a
d to further eathbammtie x'e rtIa
uatil oe of the large Msar meters was
coestreted at Ia Angees two yeas
aga This motor a b haom the eodal
for marly an the othaM Mo p gig
up. It not a perfected mtar, but ift
ha attained a degree of perfection whihe
AablMe the owner to seam good work
with it. Its coat is alb so reaoable
that it is aot Ukely to limit t use to
-particular li. For individual farm 10
to 1 airs, it'is emineatly auitable for
pl mpl purpoaea or for g rating ese-
triey for ghting and power. FPr mnes
aad general pumping tatioma it i equally
The huge glass which erves for the
het reletor of the sm's alys loda like
a huge averted lamp. It is 3 feet in
diameter at the to pant 1 feet t he
bottom The inside of thi hI come
is made of glass, but not in large pame.
There are 1,788 pieces of geas, a re
rnig at such a gs lm-ra th. u m'
rays will be directly foesed upao the
boiler. The arrangemet of thoa indi-
vidal inees of glsue ins igenies 'at
muh at t*S Mees 4o theexperamat is
due to this. Bach gula prsetiealy a
sm8na-hinr which follow tim am ad
_dlei the ays at-- aestrVb point
threOinit the day.
uats as waed.
.t ",".'"." .. wm.a'e =
Nuts wm an invaluable article of food,
ad if more nuts and a meats wen
daily conemed there would be m eaMr
an" .b.. .a They mre full of or-
mile fats and are deleioes as wen as
wholame. They are not As epeaive as
at, for a for a few nuts w tstity a taste
that in not abormals, and wEN give More
w-sM wama -stXaO
nourishment than twice the same amount
of meat. They are quickly amd easily di-
gested even by people whbo my they eaa-
not eat oily things. Nuts have been con-
sidred as heavy and indigestible, but this
is not true. They are a high an-
tritioia food and being fal of fats and
taken upon a full stomach are very ait-
urally too much for the already oerloaded
stomach to take care of, and of come they
cause indigestion. Most people 'et nuts
after a big diaaer, and this is t I makes
trouble Try a little fruit and auts fdr
your soomiy meal and see how nae they
are anr how well you can digest them.-
Dr. Noe's Article Cin Waterp Magaine.
B,' I 'M
a Yard 8aPIQA='i
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T. U. M IV, se-Fre
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STHNEN STATES LAU & TIIIIHE!I I i
-nn U. WELMX Meme r.
Florida Timber, Graztd
401-404 LAW EXCHAW, .
"" geias 199m 1uI tlolillo III
East Coast Lumber C
ROUMH AND DRIs l.
LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in CarloAd
Staume Sbipma s a Sp. iy.
WATLRTOWN. FLOR:*I '-
as su t =orws sel
iaty 'iwjL~~h 8gm Vel:C is 4l psr
Week ran bs~t~h kve sd -~ Wm1
.frely "eL Neal iaawereM9r
*omeded and Muena Wa. sHel,
me hut yeses price.
Smft moanh of May add
mad e. May a31, ia at
otIel esporta of roan of
tr ir tde month of may
t May, 1M'. For the
e g Laya 31 the eprt.
aita7 bhardie sagl-t s2e,814
'&Aht AM in the same months
We seI behind aOn the May bri-
raMny ahead em the eleven
jKhW t sl lkite Wtrpeti m e re-
g "lib M in May, as agaia t 1,119.-
1k6 e r th eOlWven
irm ma the of 19rly
al.m in 11. It wil
Ot aa ere wat an incraea
--l q'tte a f W May mid a
1 the eleve months mid-
a but a demse a i j
-lEs Iompad with the
ftol tostiue have bmee
vett, -e-Ndeve ovr te trree
Li*AJt-bb wht theaw they w
slk JtI this Ism hyeld to maintaio
to ade by the
sorp .. soe y are
5 -> They do net need the money
A -'sady iP m e. is more to
'i- 1 ibir them rpled gold.
Ume eype, stI is better de-
a tletaio o a steady up-
.et sefm we hramieed the death
*"h blihBard Of Trade. Mr.
w. was ,.mnimo.ly
as Lkaguuanr at the aetg of
haM hut Friday. Mr. SassMy
imbel experience in this po-
b wa equipedI to i itW
ul&4a Si a ndval store
Iir t me of itr oldest,
t& dCty iIt week-
quaint conception when the
a the Naval 8toar Spec-
4 fat IA. Ms, *hiL passing
the tlfte of Daisy, Tem., to
Wit puehPM& gamfe from
Ma.rrty nbemAves na a
-l o. They set only eateh
Sgame as it AWes from the
bWr -h" hol wM m p -neh
S -.. .___ .
Wealmases at Bayaa, a
of this city, hes mader-
IThe priail arm is now
LgAbr. 0, w;a Mr. Cow*s
ht m bhre and Mr.
*^Htfri^^^k Akjk^ & h d
Foreign hipments of naval eakes for
week ending July Uth, 19, wfre tar-
paotime, 18W87 etskba, sMa SMa. W
the ame period a WO a y Wret, tUr-
pentine, 17,05 eadca; resia, Xf4 bar-
rels. A decrease of 6beban ries and
2432 caskm tuputniie Why, the de-
creuet Why thp greater decrease in tar-
shi Tat ea Left, LaiM with Naval
otmeas e or Lma I .
From New York. Ship Armenism, IAvr-
poo, 300 barre roain; ship Anhoria,
Glasgow, 250 bards n -i
From Baltimore. Ship BraLes Brmen,
From Farandia. British sa
teImaeip Glenwood, instei of the Ewick
Tower, that carried 4,8e0 cad turpe-
tine, as we stated lat week.
TEST FOR SPIRITS tUrPUITI.
sr the chemit of hase fest Deprtmnt
of ApInulat .
The chemist of the Geagin Depstmat
of Agriealture hk. i.t O to perans in-
tereated in the naval store busine a new
teat to be ied in deterring whether
spirits of turpentine have been adulftem d.
The method follows:
Transfer 100 e. e. of the oil to a 000 e. e.
flask, preferably of Jean glass, now add
50 e. e. of concestrated s lph iie aeid fro
a graduate, a few e. e. at a tie, agitating
the acid touhly with the oil and cool-
ing is a current or basis of water, if the
action is very violent between each adi-
tion of acd. When al the acid ha ben
added aad there is no father ie of tem-
perature on repeated agitation, add 26
e. e. of water to the lask---o t the
fAsk by measa of a double b d m eork
and a suitable bulb tube with a lrge
flas eaotaining water.
A curret of live team is now at
through the mixed oi ad acd in the
lask, at such a rate as not to project
'ay of the dark -oil ito the bulb tube
intervening betwer the lask sad odsm-
ser. Distill until the volume of ditillate
(mixed water ad oil) reaces 100 e. e.;
now separate the oil from the water and
test with a few drop the refractive in-
ex, then measure the oil approximately,
tranfer to a small dry fask of 5 e. e.
capacity, glass stoppered, and ad as meih
fuming sulphurie acid as there was of
oil, agitate violently, removing the stop-
per ociasiolly for the eaeape of sul-
-Pour the resulting mixture into cold
water, separate the oil,which foats, tras-
fr it to distilling ask and repet the
distillation in a current of team. Dis-
till to a volume of 10 e. e., separate the
oi from the water a before, take the
retraetive index, thAe polymrise the re-
SNSIPal ruILqdIQ ..m
Fuel and BulkAing Mtaftft
The 8outhfra Fue taM 8u
AMkwdt* Ofutsm sad BUedc1ith C661, lime, s1,IIo
F..t Hgan St. Flkasumw4U h
Cunmer Lumber Co
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ..
ROUGH & DRESSED L
Long LeeJ Yellow Punke,
BOXES .and CRATES.
"In the Good Old Summer Thki
fLYour customers will remain well, if
like Dr. Mathews of Thomson, Ga.
us 15th of Jauay, 1094:
"I have been carrying Cuban Idief i i
Several years, and have frequently dsee and
Sit. I consider it superior to any parMtim m
mwket for OColera Morbus, Sick
aad an infallible remedy for horne colic." .
Yao wrt.e m for a Ipla.
SPENCER MEDIC NE CO.. Chata.
__^- I MMMMMu
TOLAR, HART& 004
160 FftC)ff aa Mite v.KKW VORK
and Jobbmt of Nwil S6r.,
Iemra Advnesaa ao nmmalgumet of avlT Stases a" Com..
YosCottouand Prod~esEXchus.m Oeds ex 4CC)ecOGee tftf
___ t i. ow somi
IO6ZPR D. win.
H. D. WE*D.
J. D. WERED.L
Bar, Hoop and Bandi
MAKE A SPECIALTY OW
Tirpnfin Tuis, GI, i
Read the Record
a IL IMAT.
T. n uLAMIY.
m om - "M. n= nvm mom"
1 .-~,' *
WOiOety4ic N flld Al
Lh'hb I----u -- ~ .
VS tc-sL Lu~m' TabCIIDI~
A *JAOKSONVILLE, FLA.
Ism asum a as"&
e.L~n 4 -, m**.
swans nP u ftm~w. 10
A. U e r~ ~+
0 "I Vibeine of b~t, ter ift
'd imminkg =Muipkti mdi T"e
01 r- is -osi b, e
I~ims-t, *am*~ nowe a"d thu re-
L di takkm f m
1, Pef wmil Iiti a eewtemis
OWi~ gr N X. L43 to L. ft
~.00M IMd amd greater A-
-N, riodt -vm blow awe
bum the em1btemil saoa
D~ '7e~ihrdmgjemr)w. Tea. myr
i by -~.1 th1 06m 0 -
0 4W Zdw W2671% Aurbeft~aI
imH AU mew 3 0400, At a
taem 35&gAlm a MMIbdlyuodi
4 per .t.
US 26. 1JOa
TM NATiO!IAL 3Ag JSAM5JOF
CArfrAL $300IA -D WMmin ImiftiW
S- if b aa~aeV o-r im. r~ drr
~O^~Ll ~ -i ootaa
!. A fq -ewe
L11 =10 =0"r ="raw* Sol I I III d- Iq
Geo. T.ifford Iron W o"4
Founders and Machin~
Special attention to Saw Mill and Tuptiali~
tut.. Osmb.. 6
L -, -~
Flir"rruIkiwi 30 It fS
W. 3. LJsonfon, Vie-Pmesmat
J. W. Onhedn
A. S. PZUNDiON* ..'v
J. L. Xed~n W. .Ard aw d7i4li
X. G. Wade
Se^-' i *k
i.fdepen det Naval Stores,& Export C
NJ uv en 1r~ C 4. a se m .E 1 (A __ am 4r Ir a ,~a r
I." i avaWD duir 9 a %rVLur ul vIr PC IIULUi
SCapital Stock, $5oo,ooo.
T. e etrlage of tuapentine operators generally is invited. Liberal advances made on cmasig
interests and those of the producers are identical, as ours is purely a co-operative company. ,
Some Money and Some Timber For Somebody.
Al Producers are Requested to Call On or Correspond With Us.
E^ ^. '" *Po uesar oO rWt Us l'" ^....,, :,.
ininmw uPOO -oroe~ A IJ'aB
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
a _ % - I- 1
inSS.eS# L *urpWlu $1M00000 -
P.Nrb" as3SWIM 911000 a De ap No ere.A Year.
~of, -NAIal SNeO'res for a Week
E~h~" 41t Is I I
i 4- holiday.
#or Lust Year.
-i~. -- i..: 4.6 3.N) 60
2 o Lu
u6. ii1 *$ fl), 3.75, F,/
2m L7 5rc
1 $L46; 1.,
&,AK mh. 4A1, smarts 4L
30M saw "k, q
Jh York, July 4th 1664.
tA on bawd..L
~ 3pb. uspeate dur
1a a a.r&ke&
i # 4 1-3~C e.ir Lask
S-Vol-I a. asked
,-lan at 5614 e-
ba* met w#h gem
and -h gbaa
*l51), Sue0; K, *31;
We ; N, $1.10; L ", K,
$3. t to s4.0; x, t4J t a .S s X, 4;
WG, $6.70 to $0.75; WW, $M to SMB6
,Samah Nawal Stes SltatmiL.
Spirit. as.to m
Stock April 1 .......... M 4466
Beeapts July 7 ......... 1,47 30S
Beeeiptb previously .... 692 100,87
Total ............... 72,74 M6I4
xt July 7 -.......... IR AMM
prto paoregkml ...... 64^ 61M
Total ............... 64,777 167,7W
Stock July 7 ........... 18,17 561,5
St ek lat year ........ ,iMO @D,
Rang of armtlee .,, ,e. 4 avm-
ah r-DJy alm lame Date
| July I July I st
BPIRITS [ 7. Year.
Sprite ........ I ss% gZ%_47%
9pirita ........ I Nlrm Irm. |I m.
ale.. .........| 60 -
Romi ..........1 I m.
WW ......... 4.75
we ........... 4.40
I ............. a
Vf ............. SAO
K ............. 55
I .............. &3.4
H ............. .00
G ............ 2.s0
F ............ .75
E ............. 2.70
D ............. 2.66
C,BA ........ 2,M0
Sale ..........I m
Trti, arat `& Co.'s meww.
Spirit Turpentme. MisMuner duD-
ees prevails, but priec hu about
Stock f40 bhIrN we qote:
M b, 1- et.. Market quiet.
BRsi.-Law gres art a trife I r,
nadianms,acti, poa quir |Wt '4y.
aote: BC. .j: n.aaf; R.J;
F,74r to s3S; -G, afs to Ua3 H,
$3. to La40; I, it; K, *4O; X, ;4;
N, "4S; WG, 4.70 to Ss4.; WW, Ias
to .10.o TOLAi, HAIT 6 OD.
hnspr f trint to Uv. r
tai is ni by Jame Watt & S8o, of Laudom, fro the
mm iawmsr of emparimon we bare trmed ewts into barrds
..... q Y tarms.,
.. 1 r 0 so es0 as uiM 51
1I5,3W 174,144 1,4 177,6 14,341 17,M 14,7
.......... Sr 4,11 4,68 86,1 6, 1 711 17,3
jilf1.. 6t,6 lS 154,340 18a,60 21,02 161, ,162
iti uirpetMae (or Wood Spirit) in 13 was double
nrowx t&a. asn 187 It i interetig to aee how
S wih te pri of Americaa Turpentie.
o r A- 1 4 ..1. s 7 5.4 .4 1. l
sh lapm ..U-4 s6 34-1 36-4 27-1 33-1 42-s
in Wtem. Tlerida. Tract will cut one hudre ad
b lumbar. Baa been trIpetined and romy for th
me s the timber a be lades for term of yeoit, or ean
emtiortits in t* Statna,
W.AN, J--eenvt le, *rer
Ft3 mC~rmilr m6 uAnwmmu
lrhmh.;. ,. MT
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T-tlity .. ....534915
SB1. 8i. tlre&. C. NAHA, V, P. ad Mgr. L J. lMr.tr te
MARION HARDWA REi
HARDWARE MILL Af
TURPENTINE SUPPLIES, l
OCALA, FLORIDA. '-
Herert A. Ferd, Os.. H. Ferd, .
The Central National Bank of gi
CAPI 1TA l,
Dnmucyon: B. L, Anderson, R. S. Hall, Edward Biller, J.L Kb.b
McKay, Geo. H. Ford, Herbert A. For&
Accouats of Turpeut*.s Opem3mrs and Saw MW MuUSt
C. IL SAES. Pros. J. &. 51w. V1e6ros. map Jbtt. so
BARNES & JESSUP-COMPAAY,
NtAVAL oTfPur fACfre tim *l
LTypsrtcrs 6f Pure Trpeutlnes~ au~~ a
stiletly a Preftms' Compan .6i m t
Cries WWdSfb Oraitems
1000uI-1 Nat JaILS vIU, Pmslm"
W. ""I=1 J=U*5L Q. 3. 24 60 IL = 401
IMAY, GRA~ft a 6it
Naval Stores L'upplls a Sede4Y. 0 6,4
D .~J: ffyL n. JACKSONVILLE,
M. A. BR1OGGA President. 'HOMER BROWN, 2 VicoPuVYdd1"1i.,F./
H C. BBGIGG, let Vice-President. J. C. MoDONAWSeiotr sd
W. M. BRIGOS HARDWARE
-- a .n a n r -. .. -
ILAKUWARE, NILL amd lUIII I' UN X amIJB&L
Council Tool Co., & Holmes' Tool Co.. Tools,
Brigg's Sterling and Perfection Hacks and Pullers,
Cutters, Files, Whetters, Glue, Batting, Stralnea-
Turpentine' wagon Harness and Collars, :
Hoop Iron, Coopers' 'ools and Rivets.
Everything in Turpentine Sppl '
Send us your Maft'tO@m
* ~ ~' -.';
W. H. BRIGGS HARDWARE CO..
VAIDOSTA. GA. .
as_ _oc g _oV..
~BUY "~]Ylg~, 'I~K~
brought about greater festiousmns oa the
part of the short sellers a the tock cot-
ton is limited the world over and prices
have been over depressed a inevita-
hie result of the excessive bull speeula-
tions of the year. The course of prices has
furnished abundant evidence of eonsorva-
tire wisdom of policy in trading at the
present pime and buyers on every decline
seem to make money as readily as short
sellers. It is not unlikely that the
strenth of the technical position of the
market will operate for a father ad-
.anee in the old Cop positions al of
oure this will tend to strength. e dis-
tatt months With any cag in crop
adviers a decided advance could be looked
.for, but from weather eonditioms in the
South, it is rather diflcult to see at this
time where a change is to come from in
the immediate future. There is a ubt-
edly too much rain in te winter wheat
lPthe ~Savairamijah Nav Stores Mwketb.
/D I*"- -J904.
WS1FS Or sVKvLTIMNE
AVV 4 14 4114 a" a
U a juse a jW 4 Jew is n July1 Juw a July 31 Aucg.6
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S Auaf gsp4 UstpLf s n Sept p Oct..2 OatXS Oct. 5
WA "94 U ND 86 514 SUidW4
I Al?'S Ir 3 5.Dm.. 3 Das. 16 Dec. XL Doe, S. San. 14
*S kU. $3 .5 U 15 1- 314 @1-244
jo& Jank P'shp'. 11, Feb, 18.Peby.. 25 Mcb. 3 Meb. 10 Mok 24
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& M La s &I a 1 0 0. tI S I S IS
.8 St S 2.M .
lU 3.83 25. 2s 305 2.70 2.70 2.ds
3.3W SA O.s 2395 3.1 2.55 2A9
3*6 3&4W 3.3W 32M5 97 2.70 2.MB
25M I 2.S 2.0
u S fS s 2 EtS 2A5 LS.D
aijMco COTTOW ,nM
a JULy th-The Government
a vaidution of IS was
atham the Mi ervaide le-
iaibht was ri line wit the
dediss to about 91-4 etsa
e_ My ehamUs the da ession
Jm6il esadition of the future
n.u U resulted in a rather violent
..me time ago Oct ber sl d
tat the decline of ave or six
Sthi previous low lvl hardly
ii ny trial chtnga in the
Itji ai thae I l in mtlp
tonea .. prov.mea. f about
4i, tUlna Pines, due mainly
ih ep md" eths in IlU-
i nast be'to the heavier
Sn seeta- of the, est-
7.% fsat -ub factor has
-Sl Blm. Uat '- AA 6M II
les 'to be feared than riugiL i
eason and it is more than prebalde
the chd ge of the moo on the 13th
bing about a period of dry weather. I
clearing weather in the eottot belt,
ronldings would favor the best progre
the plant ad itseems mow th
clearing weather could be expe
Enough rain ha fallen to earry the
through some weeks now without
tional moisture and outaide'of insect
age, particularly boll weevil in the &
west, which will be with u all the
son, the outlook appears to be sat
tory. The market has had a substa
reaction so that on further advanee p
should be taken on the cotton bough
the decline. It will bea long time b
enough cotton moes to bring abo
running decline in prices.
The Exports of Turpeathie Dud ~msfL..-
ITS Or TVRE Nlrr I. Ol o s.
I .ZnGam. I sao: To Unitea Xino m. l~
.. ...-,e_-- t M "" W& .. .. .. .. S
31344 191-4 ISK48 1 9-nth IN*"
. T" "" 1 m I.N, Mapr ......... ',
.. ..*M 1,.M1s U Asut .. .... SW
... .Mm 3a74 14m Julanry ... s
.. 116,462 A8V~0 9E7^nM P ... ..M
.. ... 3 1 ...Ut a. .omt.. ... ..
m-- U-_-..- 11
as an Nethr8an, to gauss: 28g
S..3.. .. .34 Ianess ApMr .. .. .. .. .mWim
... .. .M mm an otr May .. ...... k..'
.. ..... og gR.M m .ue........ ..
... .. alM 8a NL Jm t .. .. .. 1
.... .. 4m An~nt .. .. ..
r.... 34SM0 =.1 cM tabr.. .... 41'
r .. 133,5 30,73M 361,A November .. 3*01
*.. 100,72 5,m 72,14 December .. 3,7
.... 16,4 1,, 174,M7t Jauary .... 1W..
.. 5,130 37,AM 3N8M February ... 9A.
. ... ..... 8,33 1a,4 Mareh .... I0,n.
Ian, o seaoes: To Germanys. bis AlM.
.. .. ......... nuAl u A .. .. .. .. r l
. .. ... M M. C s s5 Jlr .. ... ... SlS
..... 0 bs 2A 1at .. ...... U.5
.... nas a4 im Jauly .... .. U. ,
. .... M IL ont .. .. .. 5 I
r .. 17910 11i153 81,7 November .. S 41
.. December ..
.... 183Mo 8MR l53Ms Jammry .... SJA sM-I
... S,1 12 7.17,4 February... 17,13 4JmU
. .. ~ ...... ~. M Mar. .. .. 4, ,-
hor Me-pe In Calausn: To an other A*romgs. I
. .. .. .. a m.m April ......... .. as1 5
.. .... 8.81 Mr 8ma aray .... .. .1
.. ,. m ai L. N n Jsune.. .. .. ....-- .- -
.. .. Um J 4m aJ..r .... .. s r
.. .. .. S e Au rst .. .. .. s I
r.. .. nm a.- 8 MM Bsptember.. .. m. .
. .... Mzm rm ctobe .... .. 3S.
r .. 3,00 17, 47 Newomber .. -13,=6 GMS
.. 47,306. 861*1 33,6 December .. ,5 48,MML
11, Janry ... 17,1 ?7.1 -,
15,471 ...... 44,M February 31... 8 U, 1
. .. 14,1 1S 36 Marc ... 33,W7 51, 16
eas Exports. In gallons, mlelO. Total Experts of Roela barsedt W gio
ythung outlae or the Unttas IbelmEng AsW. AfDMs pa Aination
Month 1.sB- I2Us
Apr ...... .. .Um U
ayr .......... UM m.a
June.. ........Lm.1 asl.B
July .. .... ... Lr.s 1,aI
Octber...... Lmm L 1.
Bestember.. .. .1ai.M UB&-
oe br ...... 70 m eU
November .. 1,51.068 1,3,183
December .. IaM.UM I,73M46
Jamnuay .. 700,t 3. 6
February .. 4r.B77 Sal3S
March .. 28,488 11, 74
2M U Wl 'm -vMvm
MA y. ..
-wa .. .
ar .. .
8sd6 of th United smas:
la k. Month INS* s I
s.m Aprl ........ M A. M "
3.1Bn Kay .. .. .. s BS
u a~ Jne .. ..... ms sun
MtEB Juely .... .... 1 n
samm eaptomber..-... W.MP
Au oeusta .... se *-
aMAB Jammry ...
5,476s February .M,
wiB t1 ha w..s1Coa B
With energetic oreb f Lats lai
r- st past two yewsn Wh qi
-s of the moaqubou. sk ." 01
PO wour1agli to ihe a A g lMi
eted country, amd eM eat tU.i
op Paumem eanl same may teo -i
di- by ewlring it r.f uaiims i
goo.- SIM l P.*
ntial Oral vYl Si t
Direct private wire to -
at a Locael tocs and bomb
Be Phanea .
~Ji' 1p at e *nia
o it sase miess a i
^ ~ woo ebb -amo the
usa the ars
am 1O remased-
t1 I M IS o as ae
Iiet mT. OB. A.
b-Aase us. m tUohe bey @aet
47 (AdM ha Mi easW
.-ji~b~r rin S. be d-
Vla- the weati.
N I 4 Isilyrs in ts Imar-
l-IOE 4tlismber. Yis alter
!rhes a sealer demand tain
*thils I only lel. Tie
almher has ins reasse cer-
1p etim dataniec have been
S pe cent of iaerese is
4aesever hafore. Thery i a
owAs MeaN"iml rise isn tie
rh they uMad betteI sur-
&. se tat dema d to be meth
'An&'e a orspi IL wE ser tuhie to e
years toe gfw it.
t.l-bww. think of this whe tae
i .pu .e Smam. you to try to do a large
bl-Di-, a --d- t.
SOUTHERN WODS AT ST. UIMIB
The South (exempt Florida), has eaue to
be proud of its magnleermt display of
wood at the St. Louis Fair Yellow pie
is exhibited in many forms and under
many conditions, nt only to show its
utility, but its varied beauties, which are
many and for omae those beaties are
really made prominent ih a way to at-
tract the attention of somebody besides
a possible millionaire purchaser.
The oaks of the South are mao tastily
dbtplayed. A mixed lot of oaks, quartered
and plain sawed, well dressed, ad in sev-
eral designs, aure much admired Amog
these are some beautiful amd miqe arv-
ings. Our various oaaks mais hansome
and striking inside trim, ad it is no
wonder they are attracting suh great
And our cypress is also well displayed.
This wood has been carefully selected and
the exhibit is a amt pleasing oe. It
MpresisA a great ma-y diaera phase
under manufacture, especially as a- at-
tractive finishing material. It i for this
purpose that the bulk of fishing number
is used and put into eostly ant extrava-
The war in which Japan is engaged with
Russia seems to have little effect on the
trade of the former country. Indeed, the
timulating effects which have come from
and as a necessary parw t the hostilitim in
which the island empire is engaged seem
to have more than offset the depression
which might have been looked ltr, owing
to the interruptio of trade with the adja-
cent-mainland. Of course, part of th-is
explainable by reason of t fact thbt,
with a few trifling exceptions, Japa early
obtained and has kept so far practical
command of the sea. In many respects
there is a great resemble e between the
effect on Japan's trade aad that exercised
upon this country during its short-lived
war with Spain. A report recently pub-
lished in the British Trade Journal point
out tlat even the Japanse have been
agreeably surprised at the small appr-
ent disturbance to their domestic indus-
assne eato ils -'e
leoo meathae eii f at,
Oln imported 1M e i A001-
am costo, valued at sUiMaiy whmk 1%
n the prieent ieal year he hs tr
lam then IJOAOO pmai vaed at h
than $JB&POS66 Fnour, r .l l, cota
paper and it prodaets, prams, eldoeetd
hainery, elocomtive, 9soe bethar
leaf tobase constitute d importt ex-
pImj to Japan, and in all of these iept
cotton and paper subtatial reaaes re
shown over st, year. 'The larg gai
is that shown in lour, exports of which
are three times as great a they were a
year ago, Ibt, on the other hand, our ex-
ports of cotton are only about em-third
what they were i the saeal year 19 8
OUR NATIONAL BAJML
Returns made to the ComptrUer of the
Curreny a to the edition of the u-
tional banks o Jue 8 sowed total re-
sourees on htat date amoemting to ,M65,
91,W87. This represent an increase f
over $46,oa as compared with NMach
28 Lht, and of ever SPM A000 as com-
pared with Jue 9 of lst year. The spe-
cie held shows a increase of over *40,-
00 siee March 2, and of ever $1MIW
000 for the year. The eirulation shows
an increase of over $1SJlS 0 au eom-
pared with March and of over A,3,-
600 as compaed with Jume iMst yea.
The percentage of legal reerve to de-
posifs was 23.7, as compad with .It
on March 28, and 22.08 on June 9, 13.
The factors prienipaly contribting to
the success of mutual Are insrance in
lumber eirees, say the New Orsn Lum-
ber Trade Journal, eensist of dhu albe
of both heavy expense sad prots ad
the rigid pursuit of a system of Minrtiga-
tio and impection whereby al tora e
hazard are misiamied to the last extreme
With reference especially to smiling risks,
the latter egime is foud by expetienae to
mmbody every element of seeess upon a
sharply debed basis of sairi to the i-
ured. This iscesm however, pre
not only incisive prelbimairy ivesig-
tioa with refereee to questic of moral
hard, but also a rigid system of sWp-
pleia.tary iampeie at frequwat intq-
vals whereby the property Aall not ody
preserve but advance its immunity from
azard. By the employed of this sort
0 a system and te istallatio and mm-
temran meanwhile of the moat effetiv
i"6r VlmlAl of the home. try caused by the turning of the energies of modern lire pparatu, the
lijil f smeared for years of a large part of the population toward miing risks in, by anad for t
l -- a steady and increasing war. In connection with this it is noted exclusively, has proven emin
i A ~l hb er. And if those spply- by the Department of Commern ad La- eeasf'ar a highly satisfactory.
yr wiae, the pries paid for bor that Japa's trade with the United ovation hs no doubt also pr
I ine But when they States i the preset l al year shows a of some value to the old-line
Ig i~ he a supply faster tha marked increase over that of'any preyed- although it does not appear t
i e'r a mad r as of trade, of eer ing year, and the total turnover of. ia- salted in materially shrinking
ftl.' The kindergarten rule ports aad exports combined will probably These companies' experiences p
suijimy that when the supply exceed 70,000,00. During eleven mother intervention of the mutual,
d mlb6 th6 demand the price of the present feal yea our exports to justiied high rates, t, if so
| i. hin the lumber'trade as Japan amounted to $2M,713, as against because of their failure to app
its inWy othe. $19,84,843 in the same period of the pre- guards enjoined by th mutual
rsOrtLable part of the whole ceding year. This is not quite as high cost of getting the biminess a
| when the supply is e -a our export trade to Japan reed in essity for showing a pret.
in m, are bur*ng o I" which year showed i.mma pr- these elements ad the propeiti
t beth hds. There is a edases of cotton from this country by a sharply different aspect, an
m rl elie Iasb fb in this com- Japan. Our imports from the island, how- mistakably disclosing the seeret
S- tow\afkt am achiag it. ever ar at the highest in history, they success. The question is tbh
wte atne rushing the aggregating for the eleven maths' period upon the part of the latter to
PNw r-J 9a 1 not bale 4,3-7481, s ag nst the previous gh ments: moral hazard, approxi
6l i p 1tises hI e bway water mark of 1,83,361 in th eleven protective safeguards, maximum
yrt fml toi i gathe of 1. of1 t of the danse tion, costmat ar iaompem
Spiatfl st i o In our exports to Jpan for N is at- dental expense; inm- el;i
I IM Noma
se laes a
o have re-
, that was
y the sa-
is ; h eel-
if, f msy,
bas t heae W-
s onlye that lhe ne
Softhe pigdtreAan. -
crtudeia to keep slane rft I
f the gainlte. Ta-y theo
Brtoi itself suphla s *b
an entirely bfart tei k*
tmi onry a wJ l be ans b id .
aof the btren fatho .
Take t hme U aite ty tf
stade. s eUnios t rium rn ig
students of physiology, t ic
rioe, Foanudfm m neral
utomoigy, as the mi tm ain
tory and IlTAge @ .uA l.W I"*
they ae *"d loner a .
Applying 'the rao tothe mi
rifianh, we hf that he a
edtialy but i dn te1ii l .oH
to be at home'Ae
d the l), i n et f, at
vtityis oin troaiel, r
tabl ad ahmersl, a i
.op.i frtra bew to me. a
"et kinds to raime, the urmlal*i
Wi to the uram, adda a" 1|
pad Una the graai oi f 1 ta6f0
verskiy is i a pait-e to in l
himsef ad hi State ii la
liget service in delurlpg tg e
resource of or t/wonarftl Pluib,
QUAFFED FROM UMRTY -
I A novel bit of attention ai
o entertainment was titeaht .
bers of the Trpentie O
isl, which left Jaheoiatf e ok
ot Jose 3B.
Thirty mile above
is located the I sfI a 'twl '
Daisy, whaee the HBty a i
Nearly everybody knewn what
cup i. It is nwrig ar lt
methods of t*rpat ins lptiag
Herty was employed by toh
to ahe a speeal stady a ttejl
the Southern pine in fj
turpentine spirits, and the
the Frenh method to th ea
of the Southern operatoM hi
him a world-wide fame, as k
tablisahed plasme that in ,E
royalties and am dependent
tune every year.
There'is but one factory for
factor of the eops, at it
Daisy, ena. The fmtiry,,
and day, sand all the ei tii
but it is not capecitated an,-
mend for the cups.
When the Opertoea' Spehdal
ed Daisy, on the .mwrnag ot
w"s made, at the *heh
champagne puh. time
served in the Haety iea
of the party wrn
Rowers of the Teasesidi
made into bestie adM
A visit was ablnf spith
Vrog ; r, 5
,. + .
114 W. ri'esytm Jag*4 1
cap C PA W t A 3Sa o_.o P. st.h A .. Wes. Vim--as. W .r. f ... I=.V
OPBN FR -MS1BS AUGUSI I, a.
s w. .. ...e..a. .. R wi. nt. vi......i We can furnish you with whatever'yu .W
s.m i-'._ _._,, ,_,_._ ber Lands, !aw Mils, etc. and can se ur r
aW U t t. .. Write us and when in the city make Oar
bame my dtty, a w a my headquarters.
asm sboam made in e tel-m >ssme, a the representative of tL po-
6 bal hut was a feastur of Ale of Florida, who are now i the city of
SPr at at. tLoa h.t aturday. 'St. Louis, to pay a debt of gratitude, or i l
at the eBmiltoa Hotel .-rtiaRy liquidate a claim which I ow
onelC eYvem.i of that 4ay A" :t how to .etne.
tr eu tay r.R7 rii bbt "Had it mt been for the otiring al Hams, Lard, Shoulders, Cheese,, Bacon, Sausa t '
atk mlemnera from other parts mind energy of am adopted on bf Florida
i Lt .VI wer w sitig at the I knoi that we would ot hav* been per- Canned Meats, Butter, THE BB8r OSMIE
'c :oitted to aftaerae around this b-het
II edip frm the report tof uad to aight, a I am s We tht ui Eastern and Western Dry Salt Meats. Orders killed at l
i4K me, staff correspondent of tre many here who know that it i ot ket prie. Your patronage is respetfully solisted. See q
WIr ioft July 7, recites a in- the Irt effort; that it is Mot the Irst e. hiqpmpr.
Sb mlut: jpaditwe of the nerg add the inteMi- KIWAN & CO. Ltd., B. BAY ST., JACKSONVILL, A. '
2 a" ma. m D W uS t. enMe of his life that he has give for theo.
Oh qweat of the visit of the aen0t of others; it in not the trot time
0 f- oridts to 8t. Imb that I hale had the pleasure of presenting i1eSI T. ~h irF~ ai GCtrr, retabe ,
L D-RlA t at the Hamilton Hotel. im with a token of the eteem ia which Vim- P"
Msmo ian really app6iated e i held by his comrades. -
qi tbe party foued acommoda- "It becomes my duty and my pleasure
ald M Stry way agree- .0 present to an adopted aon of Florida
ti sole objection that it in evidence of the appreciation which we '
e dipta e from the Iuim eel for what he has done for our pleas- ..
,at 1e lsy. This objetio wa .me on this ocamio, and when I think .- .
mi immmuh as the mm- A all that he has aecomplihed it appears
Hrty had but little bmes marvelous to me.
>aitVrm of the city. They -t is a edit to the 'State of Florida; ( U '
.6jclet ave animtes ride from that a poor boy from another State shoid
ad there, as many others have done,
a eM w na a rra e .t b :.retically penniless, ad, in the space of
e B and P. L. OStherlad. It a few short years, found a trade journal
OE Mr& to thase gtle- that stands among the foremost trade te hi 1U1 ft TO Mll
p te aMl for arr*maging fi :-ape's A America.
"~~ ihe1p0ty entertainment. The "I would not disparage his energy; I gja W 9e. P am a r M-A
t 1 tet efforts of Mr. Hol- would t disparage his intelligence; I .
w1a shwn later in te even- would not disparage hiv honesty; but I do "A '_ :~. s
- r. thinrlsad pre tedl him ay had it not been for the loyal spirit of C. H.
i e own Pr"h bowl, being the Floridians and Jacko "" L C H HA GRAVE S C
S *.Imprqiom of appreestiM fet ig up his ohan in every undertaking,
-prty far he t-riaM, e0rgy exer- that Jackasnvinl would not have been to- W H O L] SA LE G
L king after their comforts "I am prold to look at it; I am proud
arrival in St. Lain. Editor that Jacksonville is its home; I am proudGrai ay Feed
as baun h of eaer, ad when to elaim it as nor own. Day by day I r i ,
She generally suceede have seen its circulation grow; day by day a
5 T thienad. ~ I have aen its pages filed with adver- a aeno to Trpte nd Saw ll I |
made speeehs at the ban- tisements from all quarters of the globe; A FLORIDA FIRM FOR FLOREHAlS.
p. a the oe tht provoked day by ay I have seen it grow ial- 514 -516- 518-52- 522- 524 526 EAST BAY
| m than the others was that ens di prestige; day by day I have ree-
afr.6 o He paid the State ognised that the bamesty, the patriotism JucksOft ille. fia .
~.-! 1i* a tribute of appreciation :nd the loyalty of its eitor, coupled with
dith toast to Florida and the support of his friend, has made it op J. WX 0.e ii6
-to i- s of the greatest papers in Ammie, and is W- J- "a J. v e-W i e. l G -
hi gicet of Mr. Sutherland in pre- s in recogRition of its merits, due appre- .5d0
aie takea, to Editor Hollomon and riation for what he has doea for his neig-
as givat bebw: bore and fellows, that I present thi- taken
a 4-hue s .of our esteem, knowing that I wi yetl u IO N aVa O
:--A the delightful pleas- ave the opportunity to assemble ar .und ,.
s spiieoua ocea sofade into the banquet board when it s lsd with MNLA. ALA. NACmOLA, Fr. INOW ORAJ '
wIth me compared with the the most delightful jumnc ever eoneoete.l L ALA.
Ssal now about to enjoy. in a Florida home; I present this as a
Upon Honor-soa Upon Merit. NAVAL STORES FACTOR
S, Supplies for Turpentine Operat
AND VATS. Can offer at present quite a large number ofmdsirtaiii
locations in West Florida, Alabama and Miisssip L
Any sixe, Any shape. Our Cat- eral advances made against consignments. Coes
Saogue for the arskig. solicited.
AVm oN. rar.ia Prlacipal Offce: MOBILE, ALA.
agag.g, ... "a0 .a...JUw
___________________O II Wa .~s, d
Freight and Caboose Ca
Brass and Gray Iron Castin.
;ITY: TEN CARS PR I
- Located In the heart of the Luiber Motrlet De w,
tade of 1111064at m r at honest OtW
ir-t er St. mi trip to amy be-
I A. U o'mo."
a nd ds:-T ia is
WL~tI Vhe last ten months
Ma Mr hampypriven to
ti to by Mr. fStherland,
i thw peopaie Plorida, a token
t*ie daivuae to teE you of my
Weds almost &M
i hr .U$W1S }jwt wed, ia f nt bet-
- 81 n111 Sintae. I IIR there
Imtbsfp. to lve tawe many years
flS I hoe to,die there
i* "Mplase me better othan to
tmly~irtesuaof State so
N |ll| whe have o kind ad o
has grown year by year. I want to say,
as he said, that without 'the inis0ene,
without the'financial and the moral sad
intellectual support of my friends it oould
not be and would not be what it is to-
day With their sup~r, the same that
I have now and what I always hope'to
merit, I can promise you, gentalmen, that
it will be a larger and better ad greater
paper in the future.
"I have very much enjoyed tis trip so
far; I trust that-we shall all enjoy itto ts
ed. It was a great pleasure to me to
use what little influnmee I aeold toward
getting, up this party. I kew that if
n-e came together, enjoying eah other's
hospitality and tl other' .1 paioa-
snip that the trip would be mh more
pleasant for us and that was the only ina-
centive that caused me to get it up.
W" t the a rputaid this Mr "It want to say that when pawing
he ea poketa of to yoea omern- through Atlanta the other morning, one of
i al ida. The Record bh the most prominent newpaer men in
lm l s; it started sal--it that city met our train and he told me
that Jaeksouville was the oly town is
the 8outh that eoud send out a speeil
train of such representative people, s I
believe him, regardless of what we all
know and apfteciate as the 'Atlanta
"I thank you again, friem,. for thlr
'token of your appreciation. I hope that
I shall always merit yom esteem-if I
don't it will be some error of
it certainly eant by of liTa"1
New Jersey has as ettf
roads on the model sreet at
Psir. Dtemonstht f tlof
which the New Jsq NW
are givr frot ti to e
Meeker, State Sperintn
whm M i- Char tea- irhfMi.-r'1
has the exclusive right to manufacture and
HERTY TURPENTINE APPARAUS
PatebteeW Feb. 3, 19S.
Infringenmeits of the Patent will be vigoroIsly preoee
CHAS. H. HERTY. Green Cove lpvnw I-
S MIIHeNDXRSON, PresideDt.
__. T H E a--
J. A. CRANFORD, e1sa l
L CHATTANOOGA POTTERY CO. .
I-.. .&vW. Tenn. Jacksonville.
I OIS Ma 4numfactuz of
The Herty Turpentine Cu'
to use cups next season
your orders zCoW for future delivery. Primes uC
AI 1CIAI ~i h~i~5~.4"bAbt.qllf~1 ifiwe.6 LaI i Jrel
Gil L1ALIJ1 Q.1 Ilj u irx-i~uiy %LE EJE'w .iL
Cups, Gutters and all Tools
Used in the 1it' lY system.
Is*ibira .1& communications
She Chattanooga Pottery Company.
4- Bogle" -rn n -
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V DATIB 10- MUO40 4-064s 1i9m-Ot 1904-0 190B-0 19-W6 6 I4 -0 1904- I1-3 6.4 i
An at 4 s Ls eLe. on- I ......... *LIs "m $Les 3. a0 SA3 $63.4s a 3Jo Me WM as,', .
& 'M2 I April 8 ..........3 3 3.7 3.45 3.0 356 3.6 3.l0 .I3.30 3M U& 0S .
Aprl 1 6....... S3 3& 3.00 33 3.45 3s 3* 3.15 315 .m o
-- -pn s........ s.e so s asr as Hos a.e a~ .s .. : sa: Z
Spr 1 22 ........ 3. 3.4 3. 3.46 3.4 3 ..1 3 .6 3.1 0 3 3
1 .. 2 29 eA April 9 ........ 88 & 35 3.600 3.M 3.45 3.15 3* .M.10 3Ws 34 Um ',
Ma ........ &.M 3a 6 3o 3a26 3.36 315 3J 3 10 1 .-
f, / M 3 a May 13........ 3.88 2.4% 3.0 &27% 3J3 3.17% 3.12% m
S 4 L May 20........ 3 .856 M 3.356 3 .2 3M & m
May 27........ 3a.6 310 3AS 3a6 &.40 3.25 U 330 Us . 'Go. o 4 30 1 a I.7 ee. Jae 3........ CM M8 4.05 3.30 3.86 3.0 S30 3.16 .9 S M &tla*
Ju1n le........ 4 3.40 4.10 3.10 &8 2.35 M 3 2 U .
6, 3 7 U.0 ee. J 1 ....... 4. *.3 4.5 3.10 s3. 6 00 3.a 2.35 aI *. ,
J. a ........ 4 3.M3 4 5 3.1 3.0 00 36 2.6 3.4 .
; ta. a pe.a to ureis he
wI t ith adulterated spir-
em a* Ul a I per Cent
6*u yateaP THE COVINGTON COMPANY,
Iatabiterai the lower in
i the ` faT il. II I D is 635T6M1eotFU11 SiWO2-e
- r --- ^ SIM S AI NY DRDS.Y I v.
yet BOMD INm, Ba skin Jackson lnevP rm..-
ml yf timmu hL M TKsa- Vm: 2SC Ch"s SL
S... it-tu pe- We Sell Merchants Only. ;
p tesrtem wh the leftne- .
-mi t e .f6 ,k e'. .
the e i nfg amesti ve Wh.
.6a se &t ves, rati .
* "... ihl R.OUND T-
J i m;mg be amh) ex-
*** Lbf left f O Desirable Tracts For Sale. .6W ve ids
Buyi be elered doing
h.av. e m der the th"r
m ZINO NAILS "lhe BoW ,oursi
wea A bas HARDWARE
-^.L ', . b IIeKNd Ht em.,h. a .. ,,";'jof.a
s-- s T r DoorsI, RIds. Palats. 0 and
B.l..... lo a w UL1 Mo n *w *IT LR ARG II A .'
A. IN s for Gala i ,ed a ndi ,dns MAYd Sossp pis i
BTln"abe lSals, Bost Nails, spikes, Round
Irn Res, Ae", slating an s i
a the atia Nals, aters Tools Copper Nails aat S
7 Jass ek Re -
") J- L Io,5a m, O cn lid Maetta Coe.ktal..--. 7 of te ao ran ......,-
J'-T J une. ti One bottle oflaor om =f elbSe.............................. ........; ........... .
tt o t2mTailr-S. Made Shirts :
TUE KMN TmIAT FIT FLORIDA FREIGHT CLAIM AoENCY
31. M. I.. .. We ca. collect y...r Feigh Clam.s agatWt
s a ji-'a llroads amnd St eamslp Cb mg mles.
....-caI es a; reas .. re ... "'Alrsa e tsae: L .
iSr.-' W .anni MBE.S.. f.save yesanN W. Bay tP. oCIA'ILMiY.bd JpW r#lt
K .*- s o....'e..... mo 6.. SPN .*'
]had ....112 5o. BTTEull Is spmitAs oLT S Cp
......s ....e I will send by er esio preop the feBran ,: P e r
2J WCT Four M quats Ianona CMM cgok I"r Me HECK R...
Single Botles ........... ......... .
I wM Bond for tt l qUarts of ow Cmaern C MMerM & e. R M a.ent
in Rye Holland Gin. Tom. Gin. Peach Brandy. Peft sA USM
WhM y. Gin and . .anhattan Cocktal-.ay of the abshe. 2r......... .
3o ath es aboviestt e .f.. .. .. ......... sue m
so for Sol1 Piour bottles fhe following Cusef. Wines. set
l Single bottles 5
Sbo lems P rOW mbotls W. o. Whiltay own&..........
a V,,: ._" "- '...... . mtl s b... -.-. ...
F. S.- BLAN_-K to ILA. s -. Js- on .A
LUSWMO L C.- in. ing 31 3
us 1LmU ee ME F. ETTELUNI, W. Bay 4L, mppu.mImesl Ip IOt,
wass W h wNIU wanto -mT c ae.
4 l sI rro~ssYU oot:;
'.a-wdk t fat
~~~ma ~ada Pa agl oT. acks
ft"A1 AMD TUSACC
ffc~i Co, 3.karu NiJas.mle
Oak Jr., Jultm"I, Mk
"ik6_ 8"Jb0D.a b% Jakma
-w W0 m wak.
W C.. J Ne Yorknowrty. e
J0A, Tha dmarrn, Ga.
A.~ Thjadcowge Fla.
1~~ibsa Copcugo., jacksouviile,
i& Wame, New ~Ihs, my.
kii,~ ~~ A U- a0"nw w iy
QmLasvei Drug KV11 Fl, a.kevi
akq Jam e, Jackuon bvi% "S.,
--- .M00 jmcasaville, k
iJit 0., Jacksonville, Fla.
~~~~~ Co, .S. M m Os.
#810 Onk, Gu. T.. Mason, 0a.
'1,Je.43ao, amT tsw. M
Base CO., 3. 8., Maso.. Ga.
3- 1111 CLtAIM AGENCY.
Ybadst chm Agnc, jadmn
Fad& BaUI1I Coi., The Jack
11t.1$id orsmitre COn, Jacksonville.
H. A., Jaekmovlfle, b
0b,- 0-. 'U. Jackseow'Ifle, 11a.
pmta Weto.,Savannah, G&.
& o. jackacavifl, Fla.
6arion atopher7 r ai eGp.
Marion Hardwar Cs. Oala, Fla.
Tanma Hardware z ., ,o 1k.
Wed & Co., J. D,
MeMurray & Baker, Jaksonvile, Fla.
Thomas, W. R., GiaisilW Fla.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jaekmnville, ias.
Benfroe Co., H. A., Jacksamonvill, a.
Standard Clothing O, Jaksmovwie, Fla.
Aragon, The, Jacksoemvil, Fla.
Hamilton, The, White Ppnd Hk.
Hotel Batboi, New Ywrk City.
Kendrick House, The, White 8iU, hr1.
New Victoria Hotel, Jacknovillte, Va.
New Paxton, The, White Spriap, FU.
Pritchard Hoe, The, w h st 1k.
Zahm's European Hotel, J .
Gifford Iron Works, Geo. T, Tiftn, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & 8uiply Co, Am-
Merril-Stevem C., eJaekimvdm F a.
Murphy, T., Jacksoville, Fla.
ehofeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maeon, Ga.
Oredmleaf & Croeby oI, Jack.orvine, Ifa.
Hess & Slager, Jacknoeville, lIk.
Riles, R. J, Jackaonvflle, la.
Florida Automobile Co., Jacksod ill, Fla.
Bettelini, F., Jacksonville, It.
Blum & Co., ch"., JaekMamsvil, P .
Bowen & Co., JaeksoMville, 0a.
Gornto & Ce., J. &., ValdUsta, Ga.
Hanne Bros., Jacksonuve, r1.
Spencer Mediine Co., C( tt.aao, Ten.
Gifford Iron Works, Geo. T., Tifton, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Murphy, T, Jacksonville,. Fa.
beholfeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maoa, Ga.
MATERIALS "OiR luftf..mths PO-
Schoield's Sasm Co, J. 8., Maeon, Ga.
Kingan & Co., Ltd., JacksowiBle, Ita.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga.
feMillan Bros., Savannah, Oa.
Briggs Hardware Co., W. H., Valdosta, Ga.
Christopher, John G., JaekaovEfl, Fla.
Marion Hardware Co., Oeal, Fla.
Schofeld's So-s Co., J. 8., Masos, O.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
MULES AND aORE .
Dillon & Penuel, Marisan, Fla.
Thomas, W. R., Gainesville, Fa.
Salem Nail Co., New York City.
Daraeu-Jesup Co., The, JacksoTvile, 1a.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
Ellis-Young Co., The Sa aah Ga.
Independent Naval Store amd export o.,
Peacock. Hunt & West Co., Savanmah, Ga.
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
Eaird & Co., L I., Jaiksonville, Fla.
Bond & Bous Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Griffling Bros. Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co., W. H, Valdota, Ga.
Campbell, J. R., Oealasis, Phs.
Christopher, John G., Jacksonvfle, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Ma.
Marion Hardware Cie, Oeala, Fla.
SaodMfMt Ia f o, J. 7, >n
Whne-lskesse mfs. o,, nkrii
National Tank & Export Co., 8asm
National Transportatio & Termia C
Jaeksov m*ie w
Neckwith, Heade e &o Warom, Tam
Brobmtue, FVmdf & Co., Jacksonville, I
Bueksan C., Jaeksonville, Fl.
Fraier, W. W., Jatr,,avfme, la.
Gifford Ornpay, JaadmmrrD, rF.
rivgs H So=6, J. H, Oesal, Fla.
SoUthern States Land sad Tinber C
WIMt-Ralsey-Raia O., The, Jacksmail
Cummer 0LBr Jasommila, Fak.
Merril-tevrn C6, Jaeawvk pia.
Covingto Co., The, Jaekmonvile, ra.
Cochrane's Book Store, Pala, FPa.
Clyde Steamship Co., Th jw Yoark Q
Hohme & Co., Samul P.Jadckmsvillse
Jaceamile Brokorw OI, JAernl
Ciaeaglini A Bro, John BI, Ja1kenvl
Reafroe Co, H. A., Jaeksoaarll%, Fij.
Pins Produt (Omrn ,
Stane IdKTurmmumneaat, i
Is. Boher, M. A.,
]Davis a Hz. G. K, aft^,
0$rVot Typewrierbaw ~
MeXura & zai
(ireenleaf & caveasby h
EAst Coast IAU~ber Wf, W.
I I3 333 1161 --t -- I I I I -sEs M0.
3313mei 33t1l3 m*
*J. P. WU~AsM Prealent.
T. .A. SUNS *A mnbVies.Pke.Id.a,
J. A. 4 a
JI PR WILLIAMS C0M
*Nvala Stomca Predmu amc Invltd to qe~
TAM cowNf~emues" jse F-
"ImakeesleeftGasoline Puasp, 'e
irrlgatkju Task 3%IWy an DrIge ewM.
No.l Outat ea a esdtJ of IT, a k l ". O ,-
Writs ed Ar aWNM to- '
WHITE-BLAKFSIP FF MANUrFACTVW
me Igbam, Aft
.' ; *>
C o pa.
Manufacturers of High Grade
astern White Oak Spirit Barre
)rders sent direct to us will receive prompt and careful attention.
Ve are now prepared to furnish barrels from six shops advantageously located.
J. C. LITTLE, Preside
1. MOTE, Geeral Manager.
nt. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vice-Preident.
C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Trewaurr.
JOHN E. HARRIS, C. H. BARNES, J. W. WEST,
W. C. POWELL, W. F. COACHMAN.
2 C I --- ----- -- -'~~~~~lIIII~~II~LM~l
Spirits and Rosin are on a Boom, and so Are
| Celebrated Still* and Fixtures.
very operator that has used one, made by us realize a saving from a gallon to ganp;i :,
iq a half of spirits to a barrel of gum, to say nothing of the improved grade in mro mmin ma
V oi' ag our ar e, rapfd condensing worm and smooth boillag kettle, which heat uniformly ,
Sii generate the steam in a manner that no spirits are allowed to dry up before reaching ghe
Ser. Tweaty (20) outfits shipped last month, but a full stock left to select from P :.
for full particulars and place your order with this reliable firm and save annoyance and
by negligence and delays. Repair wprk through the country a specialty. '
E tiC ILLAN BROTHERS' SOUTHERN COPPER WORKS, ,
SAVALNNH, A. JCKSONVILLE. L. F LA.
t- MOLE, ALA. FAYETTEVIE N C. .
S'WW erV u4a3 tMAMs 1ae.
at the Ud,
phf someis of
whichare g. d.
~ mq ~ie pliants, m
isejarac, a" there-
fa"W S lnadrug plya% of
~We an now importing larg qua.-
fa -' iss he cuifivalotd is
gE as alotoad ane aso
* atunisyntuto medicinl ta
PD 0;,"* ei b" im ife =kft~
tL ak tt aT id loSS Iin a
.' mflog shout 13 feet in
ML~r' thetiew~lith wlehwaasb-
0 bed%, affording eany acm to
*W-P Jaripbso ad closerlicrutin
LjsLtbm. The Iels give the
names of the plant.,
Aw~byd is medidu, ad thm
ae etranged in their natural
W5albodboo the now gmeraly
Ngleur Pri syste Tha
tC' ly' .in. i- the fast po-
S*e -M ad includes in this
.s Veai .4e member ad oe
rth from the farmer's
sa e~meyemarasndeae groas,
atk n d elik lurniphed Wy the
eadb in eee and .the
of the k r & -source
ta o the farmer, also pus-
a lI i"v plant for the rot
a-stdmentd emists aund which
spod ries, will also be found
.so another -1hut which has
Iay n the market on beeount
su pp, namely, the Csuara
*Mrth I bark of which is em-
-pokweed, m-tard, pjmon
-ad daddies, well known
e. part of the eoustey or
Shere growing in a state of
mite7 Ibelladonas, heus
-tn p mo a mereaotic
p earring jnimipsyJ in IaR-,
Imprted into this country in
Sa also shown..
San i- y, the members of which
it ile ie, i well represented
herba as laamder, pen-
NMN"W- u savory, thyme, pep-
h^^""' q^ pp, Mniw Be, m^ate-nil
1 bie, waletrian, tasy, wrmaseed,
* ari nd many other plants mbre
^*Irart-t as drngs, are grown in
SdT. rt of thee plates,
I*'" s thy are folnd in the drug
ft I I the ideaor exhibit of
kJtpL- pLant indatry, as are also
Sactive primpiles obtsied ofr
., / -
4.-~: L 4w
-(CAL), (rY unigraol~ Iny
to fjorlila for send-
lJuad dahs to bo ak suCeeS miant
,aedion in the United Staeht W b have
mot Sam a Oache I mkm tUhe yrm.
Oh! Codhla, C earbihl whwre art then,
OaewMa Shalb -sMetler Oli -ra hiids
her diminished head and cover her dhamed
faee? Wake up and show n ext a-
son, ripe melons on the 28th day of April
You can do it if yeo try wisey.
To Mase em a Ow d .
Good bricks have often beea made frm
Florida delay; why shoul we buy oUa
building materials from othat 'Stata
Jacksonville is a large coamer of bricks,
and Floridians Ao be e to se ure
contracts from a city like this which
would justify them in beginning busmei
-we have miles of streets to be paved and
the tramnportation, at least, might be
saved while the cot is kept at 4om.
But if day be not convenient, how
about sand? Country Life in America
"Bricks are now being made of ean and
and ground quicklime that are said to be
as substantial a graite. They eost .Ai0
per 1,000. The mixed igediets are
forced into a strong steel eymlder-mold
by means of a screw. After te air has
been sucked from the eylibCer, hot water
is admitted, the rock being formed by the
resulting pressure and heat."
SAnd the Charleota News and Couris,
commenting on this, adds:
"Two plants have recently been estab-
lshed in Charleston for maid briek by
inew processes. We do not b e that
either of the process followed in Char-
leston is exactly the same as noted by our
contemporary, but there ought to be mon-
ey in making bricks at J0 a thousand,
and selling them at $8 a thousand, or even
$5 a thopsand, and it might be praetiea-
ble to adopt the lean sad and ground
quicklime method hee with proat."
Will not some good Floridia with the
interests of Duval Comnty at heart and
the necessary capital in hamd look into
the matter and see what ass' anes may
be had for patronage?-Times-Uniom.
Reas in DeelapsmL
There is no question to-dy so intimate-
ly conneeted with the idistrial agri-
eultural development of the South and o4
the whole country which means so much
if solved, to the educational and moral
welfare of every community, which will
so affect for good the permanet pms-
perity of every legitimate interest, as the
question of improved public highways. No
eomomie, no eommercial-questioX of policy
or enterprise ha ever come before the
people of th South which more vitally
concerns her welfare. No agency, no pol-
icy of encouragement, no picture of your
opportunities will accomplish so much in
making you great in wealth and industry
as a system of good roads howeyeombmg
your farming distriets. There I nothing
else which meas such prosperity for the
farmer and and-owner, which means suh
rapid factory building, which wiD burden
your railroads and ports with trafle, put
money into the vaults* of your baks,
which will give your cities growth. There
isnothing that will so aid you in your
educational facilities, and which will give
you an all-round development aecti all
your public and ocial conditioua-M. A.
Hayes in Southern Farm fag mri
wa aPaq. a
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Th recolie sof sp(ilt eW eass i t dsby 9la t9cma, adof I wast H. W
State Agents for the famous
Ar tounoble ,and 3
Florida Automobile 4
152-134 E. AY ST., JACKSONVILL ''
__. 33W O P. -'.._ K. GAILAX3 t
H. BOmNSON s. Prs. e AALJAD. CaneW
W. a. OdWra. Vie-Pre.
Bfatcam: Oe s. h. LasCe Ia. Pa
Jackso uaae, --FlsriS
KIRK & JoNes
107 E. BAY ST.
MAIL Om~anRS SOLICITED.
JACKSONVILLE. C ..
TIE CANNON COMPANY
Our Spirit Banes hold and wA pml the s
erest American and Burofep imptea.
Pao at MEIGS, CAIRO, QUniAN, GA.,
and MONTCELLO, PLA.
A4ress o-rdra t bone Afe
PACS X* A dI1 NORRY hlUA
Tar lboil Wr-A~
than all the printing
supply houses in tl0'e
Send all orders far
missay Check., aMyir
denomination; padde4 e
The New P
Erxtrcts the aarts waket
med kme. Roe
twenty-ou r a b aoer
p mounted o be ft har
dured a"d &fr Was^
or AnMAYINLY Ma3
Bum at Maset manrf Ut
We ebaluao eobawbr .a t
quality orf r e- I
P~ 0 owm
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.~~~:f 9- ..;: % ~.P- ~'
j i n, M y 6 )
*Vdikie mAedules, 00S0 tO
d OME, A sMet and
~*b i ------db to AIM
0 'V mad up pr RIoo
4 9a00 4 quter bse ear-
am; ahab 4 urha "
Se. 31,. 4=; N. 3
4 4POWh bins% St
~M a 11 Aa, erlA
fM; 4A~ $am;
'in kt u M bave.
tOam theyas 3 Proaswebd
i* Oy L
,0Kr am f1 Sa
'7Xd Via 1warn1W
w Hi warn 13-
Mi~t~or ra is-
New,5 usda, IN to 3M-y AD.
1,= Wo 3, -pef
r. id ip 1g lS t
1pl$S ft emIt
Y 1133 to Plfa; *L tor
A, P655to JS5-a
B ol AI to 3arn.1
16 1,J to 3 iumb d
M A add $1 Per 1JW *4
IAW ftPO ; M 12 1se
7, a der4 oA
s, 4M; PR& o 4
.A. 0*0 Imm fffIft f kid
ddbkw end RR18m% 4 at
JQM ftom $10 to 4W
oI Omb & 08., 9 aa n ruk u.,
jaebm~ F.I k: v s.
10001 rnAWI INUYEW& 1062Mu
ame a" 3eemuL NkM yes
Bem& Oe 4kw auG .m aubt
or Shipp&lu" Poat.
h* W~inr-RaIIq Tumbd
MR W. LARENDON,
'9 raIft siued, x" T
Cemrlio M mr58
Nawal S1r A Co0M
asl t ------ -, 1 -' IC
NUW TlK "t
-,r am Aims^ I
~a-i I, of ThMI aw~b
Iadwe= ko I
teas VA to sads.
3. MXLX16m P"Ifser
Quitman Cooperage Co.,
fptad SyIr n arelL
J. E. tOONTO & CO.
FuN $1.56 To $ A ULLN
Mg Mft $36Id
J. L. oNT* &
wat PRO N 1CMT3O mcW ibii- '
Best PUMP int thie' W
Fromsm, 40 to 7" GU.s .otV & o
Write or can eM
29 W~eM Foryth .~. Mu. .s...
IWanted and For 8aI0*
Fram wv. waaflIb
For rw.to, -5 Osman a low
wod.ofo laar toghkamMe
no ~iL1:bWbq f t 1010h ab 4MM AI
So E eagapt th1 n Imediat -u be af i. ',-
mmittsaam, to &"mmPs t" Omer. NO Lza ckbye fis
mtaYadyegemt. 08M tbe in thi 40210a
aneur* fieserummis ~Hprisn"pop
oaI @ti,,~ :. -
An improed wood trac tram saugims;
pp; forlwpr- as or
1 Vinkers, M0116 G&,O.jor Par
For SR'l ,
LOW rakte to market. 11 ibrmadm
00 tamm 40L iseyng bod raft Wet
V-woMk and KmtwlkY 4dhw7 100OSAN
livery. 1AW tam UW& YU*.g u60
Mak WL Vioa delivery. 10 U
1b relayfog stedl walk, West -Vkgl d-
lihvery. 1fm Joseph Doe& (3MPNaly, l-
53 Hut St, C Yaciamati, ON&L
ed --mam *ftfamIy 1E.1
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cWR CMary SpertmS'"~f*
Paltetto:i Pkrk Sto 14 E.
bliss & 01., prontfe
J. A. 4L CA"SN,
Jacksonville Cooperage C
BEST WHITE OAK SPIRIT. B U
Machine and Hand Fa.etoria-.
8th Street R. R. Crals, .
You Wa a Turpulm lousis?
YOU WM& a Sawmnh leoUMem?
CA Ma or
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Saer; Aud Cheese
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(4ruj )5^0, 1 Ib. prints
dsneC~er bbl.....- 16
mated gar, bbhs.....
k ad NMeh and
,0 1-lb ean tocae,
aD 1-lb cas to
E ebedium.... 9
...... market price
Coffee, lb pack-
....... arket price
i 0ab, drum ....... 14
10-lb. pail.. 1
ea, 10 lb..... 4Q
1, 0 Ib.... 0
I ast, 10 lb.. 46
amea lO Ib....... 44
sT, 6 and 10c sise
'l eo se, perpound-.. 40
s, 200-lb ck.....
S 10lb sacks.....
S A1bbl., 8-lb....
ta 4 i
... ... ... ... 1
n4 ose & A to box
rpr doz ....~.. 846
ft r pepper
Hi~kirdoc... .40 and 80
t Lot let
Ga and Pla, in cypress
barrels, per galloe....
S 1001b,1 75
White 1251b, 2 10
White 1001b. 1 67
Mixed 1251b 2 5
S 1001b, 1 64
Car lots consisting of Hay, Oats,
Corn, of 20,000 pounds, same as
100-sak prices. Oasb, 1 per
cent in 10 days on Grain..
Wheat, 100 lbs., choice..... 166
fancy .. 1 7I
Vw. Seed Rye, per bushel..
Highest 'Grade Patent in bbls
per bbl.....:.......... 6 75
Highest Grade Ptent, 96,
48or 24 lb sase...... ..6 7
Highest Grade Patent, in
12-lb sacks............ 5 75
SPillsbury's Best .... 6 00
Pillsbury's Best bbl ....
Flour, Gold Medal ......... 6 2
6" "6 bbl....
Meal, per barrel............ 360
92-lb sacks.......... 1 50
Grits, per barrel........... 60
S092-lb sacks....... 1 00
Good ..................... 5
-Choice.... .. ............ 6R
Fancy Head........,.'... 6
Tomatoes, 8s, Chief........ 90
Tomatoes, s ........ 80
Clayton, 2s.............. 70
Sifted Peas, 2s.......... 1 40
Rose J. Pes ........... 80
Okra, Tomatoes, 2s........1 20
.LimaBeans,s ............1 00
String Beans, 3.......... 90
String Beans, 2s.......... 70
Baked Beans, 8s.......... 90
Baked Beans, ls.......... 45
Corn, fncy, 2s ...........1 40
Born Tomatoese,2s .........
Beauty Beets. 3...........
Sner Krut, 3s ........... 85
Saner raut, keg..........
Pumpkin, 3s .............. 90
No.1 Tim 1
No. 2 "
ear lota nM lat
1960 20 00
18 00 18 60
17 00 17 80
17 00 17 80
Piesapple., sliced, 2s, i dos
to asper dop...r.... 1 10
Pineapples, fancy 2, 2 dos
tocae, per dos....... 1 40
Cherries, 2s, 2 dos. to cae
per dos............... 1 30
Apples, 3s, 2 dos to case, per
do. ................ 90
Apples, one gall, one dos to
aee, per doz........... 3 00
Peaches, 2s, two dos to cau,
per o.............. 1 90
Peaches, s, two dos to cam
per doz................ 1 40
Peaces, pie, 2S, two dos to
cam, per dos.......... 1 76
Blackberries, 2m two dos to
assp, per dos........... 1 00
Damson, 2S, two dos to ase.
per dos .............
Brandy Cherries 2' per cae 8 8
Mixed 80-lb pails, per ilb.. 7
"6 10-lb 8
Gum drops, 0-lb paile, per
Freuch cream, 80-1b all s,
erlb ................. 8
Sticks wrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, per lb........ 8
sticks unwrapped, 25-lb box,
assorted, perelb........ 8
Evaporated Peaches Extra,
26-lb box4 per Ib........ 9
Choice Evaporated Pechs.
35-lb box, perlb.,..... 81
Fancy Apricots 26 lb boxes. 18
Ex. Choice ....
Ev. Apples, 60-lb. boxes .....4 26
Ev. Apples, 25-lb. boxes......2 2
Xv. Apples, 48 1-lb. packages 80
EX. Apples, 24 2 52
Currants, cleaned, 86-16. cam e 00
Prunes, Calf cleaned 56-lb
Ixx, 40-60............. 6..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 2Slb
box, 50-0............. 7..
Prunes, Calf cleaned 26-lb
box, 60-70............. 8:.
I L.. Raslins; 8 crown.... 1 85
L. L. Raisins, 4 crown ......1 90
Seedless, 1-lb packages .... 12
Citron, 10-lb box ......... 1 0
Fancy, H P, per pound.... 6*
Xxtra HP, "' .... 6
Seed Peanute, ....
Mixed, 25-lb boxes......... 11
Brazils .......... ..... 12
Pean.... ............ 12
Pilberts .................. 12
al0 n te .................. 14
Cotton Seed Meal
lo s Lo sLot
Cot emed Meal 27 00 27 50 28 00
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New Cape Shoe
20-lb pails... .........
Sea Sides, 1&2-lb briek,
lbsto bax... ..
Grand Bank s
"Rdeiae" Bak, wIS m ,4
"ReuisMe. Sh& M m. 7 9
"Reltbe a"0rm1m, T.m an 94
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78 Crowsa omubaitia.. .
176 Diamoed s6 .
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Oyaters, Is, 2dosU -
Sardines, Atnria, lt ik
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