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(1* day was the rally In the steel stocks,
due to reports of prospects of an enlarging
export demand for iron.
The market closed Arm. with gains well
maintained. The strength in foreign stock
markets was attributed to the easier
money conditions in London and to (ha
expectation that the Bank of England
would reduce its official discount rale to
The local money market shows a slight
ly firmer undertone, but no quotable
changes as e result of the gold exports.
The sub-treasury operations show that the
process of taking up the second instal
ment of government deposits, emoanting
to $5,000,000, have not commenced and
there are some surmises as tp the effect
of the operation on the money market in
connection with the renewed export move
ment of gold. No deep apprehension ex
ists. however, as to the Immediate future
of the money market. Sugar and the New
York city stocks shared in the strength
of the day's market.
The bond market was dull and irregular
Total sales, par value, $1,100,000.
I'nited Stales s's advanced % and the
new 4's % in the bid price.
The total sales of slocks were 216.60)
shares. Including Atchison, 5 556; do pre
ferred. 10,410; Baltimore and Ohio, 8.700;
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, 13,000;
Manhattan, 6,500; Missouri Pacific, 7.00;
Northern Pacific, 8,100; Reading first pre
ferred. 12.320; St. Paul, 8.325; Union Pa
, uc, 5,735; Brooklyn Transit, 6,390; Feder
al Steel, 8,480; International Paper, 5.U0;
North American, 5,540; People's Gas. 30,-
Sugar. 20,860; Tennessee Coal, 5,710.
New York Stock List.
Atchison 26%.Tex. & Pac. .. 15%'
do pref 72%'Union Pacific ..51
gal. & Ohio ... 78%| do pref 73%
Can. Pacific .. 93% Wabash 7%
Can Sou 51 | do pref 19% j
Chesa. & Ohio.. 26%|W. & L. E B%i
Chicago G. IV.. 10% do 2nd pref ..24 j
Chic. B & Q. . .127%; Wig. Cent 14%
C I. 1 20 j Third Av 109
do pref 51 j Adams Ex 117
Chic. & E. Illi- | Am. Ex 153
nois, ex. div. . 98 ju. S. Ex 15
Chic. & North- Wells Fargo ..120
wst'n ex. div. 159%,Am. Cotton O. . 33%
C. R. I & P...106%i do pref 90
c. C. C. & St. L. oß%|Am. Malting ... 3%
Colorado Sou... 6%i do pref 20
do Ist pref. .. 44%1Am. S. R. .. 36%
do 2nd pref. .. 18%j do pref 85%
Del. & Hud ...111',l|Am Spirits 2%
Del. L. * W. .178 | do pref 17
Denver & R. G. 17%;Am. Steel H. . 20%
do pref 67 | do pref 70
Erie 11% Am. S. &. IV. .. 34%
do Ist pref. .. 35%1 do pref 74%
Great North- |Am. Tin Plate. 21%
ern pref 155 j do t.tref 73
Hocking Ccal .. 13% Am. Tobacco .. 91%
Hock. Valley .35 do .ref 12#
Illinois Cent. . .111% Anarcdda Min-
Ibwa Ceht 17% ing Cos 10%
do pref 45 Ft. R. T 69%
K. C. P. & G. . 16% 'olo. F. & i. .. 33%
L. E. A W. .. 23%Uont. Tobacco .. 34%
do ]ref 95 do pref 80%
Lake Shore ...212 Tederal Steel ..33
L & N 78',: do pref 6ts
Manhattan L ..10% Jen. Electric ..131$
Met. St. Ry. . ,154%|31Ucose Sugar . 47
Mex. Central . 12% do pref 97
Minn & St. L.. 57% fnter'n! Paper . 24%
do pref 92 do i'ref 67
Mo. Pacific .... 52% I-acled.e Gas .. 73
Mobile & Ohio . 38 |Nat. Biscuit ... 29
M K. & T. .. 10%l do pref 80
do pref 32%|Nat. Lead 19%
N. J. Central .122 j do pref 96%
N. s'. Central ..131 |Nat. Steel 27%
Norfolk &. W. . 34%| do pref 57%
do pref 76 j.V, Y. Air B. ..126
North'n Pac. .. 57% V. American ...15%
do pref 74%|Pac. Coast, f 51%
Ont. & West’ . 20%| do Ist pref. .. S3
Oregon Ry. & j)o 2nd pref 60%
Nav 42 Pacific Mail 26
do pref 76 People's Gas .. 99%
Pennsylvania .129%) Pressed Steial
Reading 173%! Gar 45
do Ist pref. .. 58%| do pref 75
do 2nd pref. .. 29%jpullman P. O. .181
Rio G. W 68 i'. R. & Ti 5
do pref 87% Sugar 116%
St. 1.. & San | do pref 113
Vran 9% J’enn. C. & I. .. 65%
do Ist pref. .. 68 ju. S. Leather . 9'%
do 2nd pref... 33%| do pref 69
St L„ Sw 9%;U. S. Rubber .. 25%
do pref 24%| do pref 93
St. Paul 114%lWestern Unior* 80
do pref 171 !R. I. & S 11
St. P. & O 118 i do i'ref 56
Son Pacific ... 33%iP. C. C. & St.
Southern Ry. . ll%i L 36%
do pref 53% j
U. S. 2s rfg reg.lo3 IN. Y. Cen lsts.lll%|
do coupon 103 IN J Cen gen 55.120%
do 2’s reg ....ICO (North Pacific 35..67
do 3s reg 109 | do 4s 104%
do 3s coup IC9 |N Y, C % S L 45.106
do new 4s reg.l34%!N. A W. con. 4s. 97
do new 4s c0u.134% Ore Nav Ists ...109
do old 4s reg.. 114%! do 4s 1t2%
do old 4s coup.lls%| do Short L 6s.LB
do 5s reg 113%, do con. 5s 113%
do 5s coup ...,113%'Read. Gen. 4s ... 88%
TV of C. 3 <Bs* .123 R. G. W. Ists .. 9.9%
Atchison iron 45.100%'S L & I M con 55.110%
do adj. 4s .... 8t |S L & S F gen G 5.125
Can. South 2d5.106%(5t. Paul consols.l7o%
C & O. 4%s .. 93%!5t P. C & P Ists.l2o
do 8s 116 I do 5s 119%
C A W. con. 7s. 141%15. Pacific 4s .... 86%
do S F Deb ss. ll7l%South. Ry 5s ...111%
Chicago Ter. 4s. ’> S. R. & T. 6s .. 71
Col. South. 4s .. 87% Tex. & P. 15t5..112%
D. A R. G. 15t5.162 I do 2nds 55
do 4s 99% IT. Pacific 4s ....106%
ET. V A G Ists. 103%! Wabash Ists ...114%
Erie gen. 4s .... 71%' do 2nds 101%
F W & D C Ist. 70%; W. Shore 4s ....114
Gen. Elec. £s . .117%; Wig. Cen. 4s .. 9C%
lowa Con. lts ..112 |Ya. Centuries .. 9.%
K C. P A G ists. 71%|M. A O. 4s 81
LA N. uni. 4s. .100%|C. of Ga. con. 3s. 91
M. K A T 2nds. 67% do Ist in 42%
do 4 95T4! do 2nd in 11%
New York, June 13.—Standard Oil, 5440
Note.—These quotations ore revised
Gaily, ond are kept as near as possible
in accord with the prevailing wholesale
prices. Official quotations are not used
when they disagree with the prices whole
Ceaelry ami Northern Prodoce.
POULTRY—The market Is steady. Quo
tations: Half-grown, 35@50c per pair;
three-quarters grown, Ss@*oc per pair;
full-grown rowls (hens), 65070 c per pair;
mooters, 400 per pair; turkeys, out of sea
son; ducks, 606866 c per pair.
Eggs—The market Is steady at 12@13c.
BUTTER—The tene *f the market Is
steady. Quotations: Extra dairies 20c;
extra Elgin*. 23%c.
CHEESE—Market firm: fancy full
cream cheese, 12013 c for 25-pound a ven
ONlONS—Egyptian. t 3.0053.35 per sack;
crate $1.80; New Orleans, $1.75 sack (79
BEANS—Navy or peas, $2.2532.50 per
IRISH POTATOES— New, No. 1, $1.5971
$2.00 per barrel; No. 2. email@example.com.
SNAP BEANS—Round, 25c crate; flat,
2So: wax. 25c.
CUCUMBERS—Per ciatf, 50cA$I.OO.
EGG PLANT—HaIf barrel, crate*, $1.50®
CABBAGE—Per barrel crate. $1.30®
STRAWBERRIES—LocaI stock, S®10:
Brea6>l>6>, Hay and Grain.
FLOUR—-Market higher ond advancing;
patent, $4.25; straight, $3.83; fancy, S:J.SJ);
MEALt-Pearl, per barrel. $2.63; per sack,
$1.20; city meal, per sack, bolted, $1.12%®
1.15; water ground, $1.17%01.20; city grist,
racks, $1.15' pearl grit*. Hudnuts'. pet
barrel, $2.75; per sack, $1.25; sundiy
brand*. $1.1501.17% sack.
CORN—Market firm; white, lob lot*
62c; carload lots. 01c.
RICE— Market Steady, demand fair.
OATS—No. 2 mixed, carload. 36c; Job
lots 118 c; white, clipped (37 to 42 pounds)
38c cars; 40c job.
BRAN—Job lol*. $1.00; carload lots, *sc.
HAT—Market wrong; Western. Job lota.
tsc; carload lots. 90c.
Bacon, Hams and Lard.
BACON—Market firm; smoked clear
aide*. B%c; dry ealted clear sides, 8c; bel
T/alna Arrive and Depart Savannah on 90th Meridian Time—One Hour Slower T‘*l
City Time. . „ .
- Schedule* in Effect Sunday, June 10, 1900. im._,
READ DOWN!I TO TH E EAST. it nmannw
„ - _ II (Central Time.) Fj~
2 2tpm 12 20am||Lv Savannah Arj 6 10am 315 pm
... . „ II (Eastern Time.) ti
IB Blockville Lv(f 300 am 107 pm
Ar NorfoTiTT7 T.7TT~777777T.f... Lvi \.~ 7'g'Sspm
12 6lam| l 38pm|[Ar Datnvllle Lt]( S 40pm| 4 jjjqT
<ooam( 6 25pm| jAr Rich mond Lv||ll <Mpm|U 00pm
2 40amf 3pmj|Ar Lynchburg . Lv Slapm - 2 50am
: D Ar Charlottesville Lv 2 06pm U Mam
Q fr m s? Ar Washington Lv 1116 am 9 60pm
3sfim 11 3x> p m, Ar Baltimore Lv 6 2*m 8 27pm
' Ar Philadelphia Lv 350 am 6 06pm
2 03pm 6 23ami Ar New York Lv 1 2 10am 3 *>pm
Bjopm 3 QOpm; Ar Boston Lv 5 00pm 10 10am
Wo. U || TO THE NOnTH AND WEST. || NO. U
I (Central Time.) |
12 20amj'Lv Savannah . Ar|| 510 am
II (Extern Ttoa.) ||
o 30am Lv Columbia Lv]| 1 23am
9 50am Ar Spartanburg Lvl| 6 15pm
12 10pm Ar Asheville Lv|| 305 pm
4 02pm Ar Rot Springe Lv 11 46ea
*pm !Ar i.. Knoxville Lv Stan
§ 10emj|Ar Lexington Lv 10 30pra
< 45am Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 00pm
* 60am jAr Louie ville Lv 7 46pm
8 00pm |Ar 3t L euie Lv 106 am
Ail trains arrive and depart from the Plant System Station.
4 THROUGH CAR SERVICE, ETC.
TRAINS 33 AND 34 DAILY, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS Vesti
buled limited train?, with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savannah
and New’ York. Connects at Washington with Colonial Express for Boston Pull
man Sleeping Cars between Charlotte and Richmond and Charlotte and Norfolk.
Dining cars serve all meals betw-een Savannah and Washingion.
TRAi.sS 35 and 36 DAILY. THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL vestibuled
limited trains, carrying Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savannah
and New York. Dining rots serve ell meals between Savannah and Washington.
Also Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savannah and Cincinnati
through Asheville and “The of the Sky.”
For complete information as to rates, schedules, etc., apply to
G. GROOVER. Ticket Agent, Plant System Station.
JAMES FREEMAN, C. P. and T. A., 141 Bull street, Telephones, Bell 850, Geor
RANDALL CLIFTON, District Passe r?er Agent, No. 141 Bull street.
HAMS-Pugar cured, 12%^18Hc.
LARD—Market firm; pure, in tlercea.
8c; 50-pound tins, B*4e; compound, in
tierces, 6%c; 50-pound *ins. 7c.
snsnr and • llce.
SUGAR—Board of Traoe quotations:
Cut loaf 6.28 Diamond A 5.88
Crushed 5.28 Confectioners’ A.5.68
Powdered 5.95 j White extra C... 5.43
XXXX, powd’ed.s.9B Extra C 5.23
Std. granulated.s.Bß Golcfen C 5.23
Cubes 6.03,Ye110ws 5.13
Mould A 0.13 J
COFFEE—Board of Trade quotations:
Mocha 36c (Prime, No. 3
Java 26c JGood, No. 4 lOVfec
Peaberry 13c 'Fair, No. 5 10c
F'ancy, No. 1... .11 Ordinary, No. 6 . 9>4c
Choice, No. 2 No. 7.. 9c
linrilTTiire and Building Supplies.
LIME, CALCIUM, PLASTER AND
CEMENT—Alabama and Georgia lime in
fair demand and sell at 80s a barrel; spe
cial calcined plaster. sl-*Woer barrel; hair,
4@6c. Rosedale cement. 81.20(81.26; car
load lots, special: PorHand cement, re
tail. 82 25; carload tots. 52.00^2.20.
LUMBER. F. O. B. VESSEL* SAVAN
NAH—Minimum yard sizes, 513.00& 15.00;
car sills, $16.00(^16.50; difficult sizes. 516.60
£25.00; ship stock, $25.50(&3i>.00; sawn tie*,
I12.firstname.lastname@example.org: hewn ties, 330236 c.
OlLr—Market steady; demand fair; sig
nal. 46<Q5*jt’; West Virginia, black, 9@l2c:
lard, 58c; neatsfoot. 60®70c: machinery, 18
@2sc; linseed oil, raw. 70; boiled. 72; ker-
prime white, 15c; water white, ire;
Pratt’s astral, loc; deordorlzed stove gas
oline, drums, Empty oil barrels, de
GUN POWDER—Per keg, Austin crack
/hot. $4.00; half kegs. $2.25; quarter kegs.
$1.25; champion ducking, quarter kegs.
$2.25; Dupont and Hazard smokeless, half
kegs, $11.35; quarter kegs, $£.75; 1-pound
canister, $1.00; less 25 per cent.; Troisdorf
smokeless powder. 1-pound cans, $1.00; 10-
pound cans. 90c pound.
SHOT—Drop. $1.50; B B and large. $1.75;
IRON—Market very steady; Swede, 6%.
NAILS—Cut. $2.60 base; wire, $2.85 base.
BARBED WIRE —$3.50 per 100 pounds.
rrnlt* ami Nuts.
PEACHES—Six-basket carriers 50c(c(51.25
LEMONS—Market strong and advanc
ing, nt $4.50tfj5.00.
ORANGEY—California seedlings. $3.75.
NUTS —Almonds, Tarragona. 16c; Ivicas,
l€c; walnuts. French. 12c: Naples, 12c; pe
cans. 12c; Brazils, 7c: filberts. 13c; asaort
•d nuts. 50-pound qnd 25-pound boxes, 100.
PEANUTS— Ample stock, fair dem.ind:
market firm; fancy hand-picked. Virginia,
per pound; 4*4c; hand-picked, Vigima.
8^4^40: N. C. seed peanuts, 4c.
RAISINS—L. L. $2; imperial cabinets,
$2.25: loose. 50-oound boxes, SUS%o pound.
Dried and Evaporated Frutta.
APPLES —Evaporated, 7%@Bc; sun-dried.
PEACHES—Evaporated, pealed, 17%o;
APRlCOTS—Evairorated, 15c pound; nec
salt, Hide* nnd Wool.
SALT—Demand Is fair and the market
eteady; ce-lnad Sols, 100-pouna burlap
sacks, 44c; 100-pound cotton sacks, 45c;
126-pound burlap sacks, 54%c; 125-pound
cotton sacks, oo'-c; 200-pound burlap sacks.
HlDES—Market firm; dry flint. 14%c;
drv salt, 12%c; green salted, B%c.
WOOL.—Nominal; prime Georgia, free
of sand, buris and black wool. 21c; hlack,
18c; burry. 10012 c. Wax, 25c; tallow, 40.
Deer skins. 20c
Cotton nagging and Ties.
BAGGING—Market firm; lute, 2%-
pound, 9%c large lots. 9%c small lota;
2-pound, 8%0*9c; i%-pound, 8%05%c, sea
Island bagging. 12%c. ,
TlES—Standard, 45-pound, arrow, large
lots, 31.40. email lots 31.60.
Vila eel ton cons.
FlSH—Mackerel, half-harrels. No. 1.
$9.50; No. 2 $8.00; No. 3. $6.50; kit3. No. 1,
$1.40; No. 2. $1.25: No. 3,85 c. Codfish,
1-pound bricks. 6%c; 2-pound bricks. 6c.
Smoked hearing, per l>ox, 20c. Dutch her
ring, in kegs, $1.10; new mullee, half-bar
SYRUP—Market quiet: Georgia and
Florida syrup, buying at 28030 c; selling at
32035 c; sugar house at 10015 c; selling at
straight goods, 23030 c; sugar house mo
lasses, 15020 c.
HONEY—Fair demand; strained. In bar
rels, 65060 c gallon.
High wine basis, $1.23.
COTTON—Savannah lo Boston, pet
bale. $1.25; to New York, per bale, $1.00;
to Philadelphia, per bale, $1.00; to Balti
more. per bale, $1.00; via New York-
Bremen, 60c; Genoa. 60c; Liverpool, 45c;
Reval, 70c; direct, Bremen, 43c.
LUMBER-By Sail—Freight strong, Sa
vannah to Baltimore, per M. $5.75; to Phil
adelphia. $6.00; to New York, $675; to
Boston and Portland. $7.000 7.75; to Ha
vana, $7.00; to St. Jonn. N. 8.. $8.00; cross
ties. 44 feet base, to Baltimore, 15c; to
Philadelphia. 17c; to New York. 18c.
BY STEAM-Lumber—Savannah to Bat-*
timore, $6 60; to Philadelphia, $8 00; to New
York, $6.00; to dock. $6.75; lightered—to
Boston, to dot k. $8.25.
NAVAL STORES—The market 1s firm;
medium size vessels. Rosin—Coik for or
ders, 3s per barrel of 310 pounds and 5 per
cent, primage. Spirits, 4s 3d per 40 gallons
gross and 5 per cent, primage. Larger
vessels, rosin, 2s 9d; spirits. 4s Steam,
11c per 100 poundr on rosin; 21%c on spirits,
Savannah to Boston, and 9%e on rosin,
and 19c on spa Its to New York.
GRAINS, PROVISIONS. ETC.
New York, June 13.—Flour firm on
choice brands and fairly active In bob
bing way; Minnesota patents. $3,854) 1.20.
Rye flour quiet; fair to good, $3.0003.20.
Corn meal firm; yellow Western, s6c.
Barley malt nominal.
Wheat—Spot, easy; No. 2 red. 83%<, Op
tions opened weak under heavy realizing
aaused by rains In the Northwest) bul
THE MOKKING NEWS. THUKSDAY, JUNE 14. 1900.
fully recovered later on reports that rain
fall had been too light to prove of much
benefit to wheat. The rally was alo
helped by pronounced strength in the
Northwest. *’losed steady l e<B l 4C net de
cline. Juiy closed TT September. 7s'<c.
Corn—Spot, firm; No. 2, 45 l §c. Options
opened weak with wheal, but recovered
on light country offerings and a big cash
demand at the West and seaboard. Closed
steady at unchanged prices. July closed
at 44 , '2c; September. 46c.
Oats—Spot, firm; No. 2. 27c; track mixed
Western. 28c. Options dull and steady.
Cut meats steady.
Lard w'eak; Western steamed. $6.85; re
fined weaker; continent. $7.10.
Pork easy; family, $13.50^14.25.
Turpentine easy, 45 1
Butter steady; creamery extras. IS l *®
19c; state dairy.
Cheese firm; large white, 9 1 2@'9*4e; email
Eggs steady; state and Pennsylvania,
14(ai5c; Western. lO^lS l^.
Potatoes steady; Chili, $1.25£1.75; South
ern prime. $1.5(Kg2.25.
Cabbage quiet; Florida, per crate.
Freights to Liverpool easy; cotton by
Coffee—gpot Rio. weak; No. 7 invoice.
B’ac; mild market quiet and easy.
Sugar—Raw. firm; refined steady.
The market for coffee futures opened
steady with prices unchanged to 5 points
lower, and during the forenoon ruled tol
erably firm on local supiw>rt. light receipts
and increased warehouse movement; then
broke severely under active selling for
both accounts prompted by disappointing
4'ablej*. an increase In American visible and
large Clearances from the plague port.
News of eight new cases of plague in Rio
cut little figure as an influence. Rallied
partially in last half hour on covering.
The close was steady with prices un
changed to 10 points net higher. Total
sales, 20,000 bags, including July, 7.40®
7.45 c; August, 7.45®7.50c; September, 7.40®
New York. June 13.—Cotton seed oil very
dull and again entirely nominal as to
price In absence of buying interest. Prime
crude, barrels, 33c nominal; do summer
yellow', off summer yellow. 35c;
butter grades nominal; prime wdnter yel
low, 39®40c nominal; prime white. 39c nom
Chicago. June 13.—Wheat opened weak
on Northwest rain?, but recovered on dam
age reports from that section of the coun
try, July closing a shade over yesterday, a
Corn closed n shads lower and oats un
changed. The provision market at the
010.-e was 12 1 2 ®22Hc depressed.
The leading future* ranged as follows:
Open.ng. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Wheat No. 2
June 71*4672 72\ 71*4 72*4
July 72Vi®72*4 74 72‘ 2 73 J a ®73%
Aug, 73Vi®73\ 74*4 73U 74V4
Corn, No. 2
June 38V<&38l£ 39V4 38 38V
July 39U®39* 33 38'4
Aug 38V39 39*4 38 4 39V4®394
Oats. No. 2
June 21*4 22*4 2H4 22
July 21 % 224 217% 22V6
Aug 21*4 224®22*4 21%®21*4 22
Mess Pork, ber barrel—
July ....sll 35 sll 42Vi sll 20 sll 25
Sept 11 45 11 52*4 11 35 11 36
Lard, per 100 pounds—
July 6 60 6 65 6 52V£ 6 55
Sept. .... 6
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds—
July 6 67*4 6 07*4 6 524 6 66
Sept 6 65 6 67*4 6 55 6 57*4
Cash quotations w r ere as follows: Flour
firm; No. 3 spring w r heat, 71®
71 Vic; No. 2 red, 7*§76c; No.
2 corn, 38*4®39.V*; No. 2 yellow corn, 39fj
39*4c; No. 2 oats. 23c; No. 2 white,
No. 3 white, 25*4®-s\c; No. 2 fye, 57c; good
feeding barley. 37®37*4c; fair to choice
malting, 4<v?7i3*4c; No. 1 flaxseed. $1.99; No.
1 Northwestern, $1.80; prime timothy
$2.35; mess i*>rk. per barrel. $10.15®! 1.30;
lard, per 100 pounds. $6.4. r /BA67Vac; short
rib sides (loose). $645®6.80; dry salted
shoulders (boxed). 6H®6*4c; short clear
sides (boxed). s7.lU®7 20; w’hiskv, basis of
high wines. $1.23; sugars, Clover, contract
II:ix It Trices of Tonnnae Makes Dnll
Business for Local Brokers.
Business Is rather dull among the local
ship brokers. Prices are ruling high and
tonnage is In demand at the Northern
ports, due to the heavy exports of grain,
and this discourages the local brokers
from attempting anything during the dull
season. A broker slated yesterday that
he had received advices of a steamer char
tered In New York to load lumber from
the Gulf for the continent, at 122 shillings
6 pence per ton. standard. This, h e said,
la a record-breaking price, and demon
strates the demand that exists for ton
nage at present.
Among charters announced In the New
York Herald of June 12 are the following:
British steamer. 1,755 tori*, general cargo,
Gulf to the United Kingdom or Continent,
17s ret from August; British steamer,
1,797 tons, timber, Pensacola to Greenock,
117s fid. June; British steamer, 1,856 tons,
phosphate, Fernandlna to Oaddvlken and
a second Baltic port. 235, July, chartered
abroad; British steamer, 1.391 tons, phos
phate. Fernnndina to Gothenburg, private
terms. June, chartered abroad; Norwegian
steamer, 856 tons, timber, Fernandlna to
Liverpool. 115s; schooner, 440 tons, lum
ber, Brunswick to Baltimore, private
The schooner James G. Beecher, Capt.
Dunn, bailed yesterday for Philadelphia
Florida Central Ak
and Peninsular R. R. x&r
Central or 90th Meridian Time.
time table effective jine i. 1900.
All train* dally.
Trains operated by 90th meridian time—one hour slower than city time.
NORTH AND BABT. ’ NORTH AND NORTHWEST.
| 41 | 66 | ; | 66 *
Lv Savßnnah 12 taplll :,®pl Lv Savannah —ll l
Ar Fairfax 2 15p 1 54a| Ar Columbia | 4 86a
Ar Denmark 300 p! 2 12a Ar Asheville 1 40p
Ar Augusla 9 43p| 6 r>sa| Ar Knoxville 7 30p
Ar Columbia 4 3Spl 4 6ai Ar Lexingion 5 0a
Ar Asheville | | 1 10p| Ar Cincinnati 7 ‘aa
Ar Hamlet 9 05p 9 20a Ar Louisville 7 CO. 1
Ar Raleigh |U (Op ll 55a Ar Chicago . 6 Otp
Ar Richmond \ 5 lOai 5 40p Ar Detroit 4 00p
Ar Portsmouth | 7 25a! | Ar Indianapolis 11 40a
Ar Washington | 8 45aj 9 30p| Ar Columbus % 11 20 1
Ar Baltimore 110 OSaiU 85d
Ar Philadelphia 12 30p 2 56a' SOUTH AND FLORIDA POINTS
Ar New York 3 o.’.p 6 i3a
r - Bo8t(>n | 9 00p| 3 30p| Lv Ivanna). 5 oSa| 307 p
WEST DIVISION AND N. O. A r Darien 12 30p| 6 00p
j—ss —j —s=— Ar Everett 6 50a| 5 lOp
H. 1 — * _ Ar Brunswick 8 05a 6 25p
LaV Savannah 3 07p[ 5 08i Ar Fernandina 1930 | 9 05;i
a 7 45p] 9 D.i i Ar Jacksonville j 9 10a| 7 40;*
Ar Lake Lity < .-gp 11 f.sa ;Ar St. Augustine 110 Wal
a ° ak 10 30p 12 18p Ar Waldo 11l 25a 119 4 p
Ar Madison 2 30a 1 I9p Ar Gainesville 11. (Tlnl
A i t! 11 ? 06 ° 4 4ba 3 2.)p Ar Ceiiur Key J 6 35pl
Ar Tallahassee 6 00. 333 p | A r Ocala 1 ;opi 1 16a
Ar Quincy 8 25n 4 3*p j Ar Wildwood 2 32p 2 40p
Ar River Junction 9 40a 5 25p \r Leesburg 3 10pj 4 ;t)a
a *' e^‘® acola 11 Ot-p Ar Orlando 5 OOp 8 20a
a 3C: * *Ar Plant City 4 44p 2 a
Ar New Orleans 7 40a I Ar Tarn pa 6 80p 4 80ft
Trains arrive at Savannah from North and East No. :’7. 6:00 a. m ; No 81
p. m.; from Northwest—No. 27. 5 a. m.; from Florida i>oints, Brunswick and Darien
—No. 44, 12:27 p. m.; No. 66, 11:50 p. m.
Trains 31 and 44 carry through Pullman sleeper and day coach to New York,
dining car between Savannah and Hamlet, serving breakfast and dinner on 31,
southbound, and dinner and supper on 44, northbound.
Trains 27 and 66 urry through Pullman sleeper to New York and day coaches
For full information apply to
F. V. PETERSON. T. P. A., I Bull and Bryan streets, oppoolt® Pu-
W P. SCRUGGS, P &T. A., | laskl and Screven Hotels.
D. C. ALLEN. C. T. A.. Bull and L ber ty streets. cpjoslte Dt' Soto Hotel.
W. R. MeINTYRE. D. T. A.. Weal Bro ad and Liberty streets
A. O. MACDONELL. G. P. A.. L A 9 HIPMAN. A. G. P A . Jacksonville. !
Trains leave from union depot, corner West Broad and Liberty streets. ~ '
with 628,000 feet of lumber by T. S. Wylly
Bteamer Colorado. Risk. Brunswick,
June 9. with merchandise and passen
gers to C. H. 'Mallory & C’o.. June 11, at
4 a. m.. 7 miles E. by N. from Northeast
End lightship. In a dense fog. struck (he
coastwise schooner Charles P. Notman,
from Norfolk, coal laden which sunk in
sixteen minutes. All on boanl. consisting
of thirteen souls, were saved and brought
to Philadelphia. The steamer stove in
her stem and has the forepeak full of wa
Steamer Bermuda (Br.) from Port An
tonio. which passeand up
2 p. m.. June 11. reported sunk schooner
Frank H. Hah. from New York for
head. N. C\. Winter Quarter the same
morning during*fog. Crew was saved by
the Bermvida. The schooner was owned
by 6. W. Hall of Wilmington. Del., and
was not insured.
The British topsail schooner Christiana
Moore, which sunk in Vineyard Haven
during the November gale of 1898. and was
subsequently raised, has been repaired and
rigged into a fore and aft She
has been given an American register and
her name changed to the J. Arthur
Sun rises at 4:51 a. m. and sets 7:09 p. m.
High water at Tybee to-day at 8:16 a. m.
and 8:46 p. m High water at Savannah
one hour later.
phases of the Moon for .Inne.
D. H. M.
First quarter 5 0 58 morn.
Full moon 12 9 38 eve.
Last quarter 19 6 57 eve.
ARRIVALS AND DEPART! RES.
Vessels Cleared Yesterday.
Schooner Harry C. -Trescott, Gray. New
York;cargo 350.325 feet of lumber by Hunt
ing & Cos.
Schooner John R. Fell. Ijoveland. New
York; cargo 237,608 fee* of lumber, by
Hunting & Cos.
Vessels Went to Sen.
Schooner James G. Beec her. Dunn, Phil
Schooner Normandy. Adams. Bath, Me.
\ essels Due To-night.
Steamship City of Augusta. Daggett,
New York—Ocean Steamship Company.
Steamship Itasca. Diggs, Baltimore—J.
J. Cardan, agent.
Veaaels Hound for Savannah.
Bark Record (Nor.), Johannsen, sailed
Maderia May 28.
Port Tampa, Fla., June 13.—Arrived,
steamer City of Everett. Laverge, New
Sailed, schooner C. R. Gongdon. Bails.
Irvington cm Hudson.
Punta Gorda. Fla.. June 13.—Cleared,
steamahip Alicia. Renz. Falmouth and
Baltimore, Jun* 13.—Arrived, school.er
Ida Savannah; Warner Mcore,
Tias Palmas, May 30.—Sailed, steamer
Flambro. Pensacola; June 8, sailed, New
Philadelphia. June 13.—Arrived, schooner
Mary L. Crosby. Fetnandina.
Norfolk. June 13. Arrived, slearner Kin
nesmore (Br.), Pensacola, and cleared for
Fernamiina. Fla.. June 13.—Cleared,
schooners Gcodwin Stoddard, Andersen,
New York; Jennie S. Hall, Watts, Fall
Jacksonville, Fla., June 13.—Entered,
schooners John T. Deering, Locke, New
York; Golden Ball, Gibbs, New York.
Cleared, schooners Charles D. Hall,
Falkenberg. New Haven; Thomas Wins
more, Conwell, Philadelphia.
Entered and cleared, steamship Algon
quin, Platt, New York
Charleston, S. ('., Jutfe 13.—Arrived,
schooner Bessie Whiting, Dayton, New
Cleared, schooner Bert ha F. Walker.
Moore, Sparrow Point. Md.
Sailed, schooners Charles G. Endicott.
Bailey, New York; Percy and Lillie, An
derson. New Ix>mk>n.
Pensacola. Fla.. June 13.—Sailed, steamer
I'rsulrt Bright (Hr.), Coode, Tampco.
IVotlrt* to Mnrlncrn.
Pilot charts and ail hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished masters of ves
sels free, of charge In United Slates hy
drographic office in Custom House. Cap
tains are requested to call at the* otfl *•.
Reports of wrecks and derelicts received
for transmission to the navy department.
Ilninl .On permit lon.
From the Cardiff Western Mail.
The Czar of Russia is said to be very
superstitious, and to have great confidence
in relics. He wears a ring in which he be
lieves is iml>eddetl a piece of the true
cross. It was originally one of the treas
ures of the Vatican, and was presented
to an ancestor of the Czar for diplomatic
reasons. The value which the < znr nets
upon the ring, with its Imbedded relic,
in shown by the following fact: Some
years ago (he Czar was traveling from
St. Petersburg to Moscow. He suddenly
dl*4'Overed that he had forgotten the ring.
The train was Mopped immediately an.l
n special messenger sent back on an ex*
press engine for it.
—Dr. A. M. Stein, registrar of the Pun
jab University, has obtained the pernrtr
slon of the government of India, and also
that of the Chinese government, to ex
plore Khotan, in Chinese Turkcatan, this
Ocean SteamsniD Go.
New York, Boston
-AND- . v
Unsurpassed cabin accommodations. All
the comforts'of a modern hotel. Elec<rio
lights. Unexcelled table. Tickets includs
meals ond berths aboard ship.
Passenger Fares From Savannah.
TO NEW YORK—FIRST CABIN, S2O.
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP. $32; IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, sl6; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TKiP. S2L
TO BOSTON-FIRST CABIN. $22;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP. $36 IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN. sl7. INTERMB
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP, $28.00.
The express eteamshlp* of this fine r
appointed to sail from Savannah, Central
(90th) meridian time, a* follows:
SAVAMKAH TO SHEW YORK.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. As’tlns, FRIDAY.
June 15, at 6 a. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett. SAT
URDAY. June 16. at 7.00 p. m.
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith, MONDAY
June 18, at 9 p. m.
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Lewis, TUES
DAY. June 19, af 10 p. nt.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt Burw
FRIDAY', June 22, at 12:30 a. m.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Asking. SATUR
DAY". June 23, at 2 p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett,MON
DAY. June 25, at 3:30 p. ni.
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith, TUESDAY
Jupe 26. at 4:30 p m,
KANSAS CITY, Capt. Fisher. FRIDAY
June 29, 6 a. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Rur.
SATI RI)AY, June 30. at 6:00 p. ni.
SAVANNAH TO BOSTON—DIRECT.
CITY OF MACON, Capt Savage
THURSDAY, June 14. at 6 a. m.
,YE\V YORK TO ROSTOV
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savog-
FRIDAY", June 22, 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage
WEDNESDAY, June 27. 12:00 noon.
This company reserves the right to
change its sailings without notice and
without liability or accountability there
Sailings New York for Savannah dally
except Sundays and Monday* 6:00 p. m.
Ballings Boston for Savannah Wed
nesdays (rom Lewis' wharf, 12:00 noon
W. G. BREWER. City Ticket end Base
enger Agent, 107 Bull street. Savannah,
E. YV. SMITH, Contracting Freight
Agent. Savannah. Oa.
R. G. TREZEVANT, Agent, Savannah,
WALTER HAWKINS, General Agent
Traffic Dep't, 224 W. Bay street. Jack
E. H. HINTON. Traffic Manager, 8-
P. E. I.E FEVRE, Superintendent. New
Pier 35. North River. New York. N. T.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH TO UALTIYIOHC;.
Tickets on sale at company’s office.-; to
the following points at very low rates:
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
BALTIMORE. MD. BUFFALO, N. Y.
CHICAGO, ILL. CLEVELAND. O.
HAGERSTOWN. HARRISBURG, PA.
HALIFAX, N. S.
NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK.
First-; lass tickets include meals and
state room berth, Savannah to Baltimore.
Accomnuxlalionif and cuisine unequaled.
Freight capacity unlimited; careful huti
dling and quick dispatch.
The steamships of this company are ap
pointed to sail from Savannah to Balti
more as follows (standard time).
D. H. MILLER, (apt. Peters, THURS
DAY. June 14, at 5 p. m.
ITASCA, Capt. Diggs, SATURDAY', June
16. 6 p. m.
ALLEGHANY, (’apt. Billups, TUESDAY,
June 19. 9 a. m.
NEW ORLEANS. Capt. EIdrIdge,THURS
DAY' June 21, 11 n. m.
D. 11. MILLER. Capt. Peler*. SATUR
DAY'. June 23, 2 p. m.
ITASCA, Capt Diggs, TUESDAY, June
26, 1 p m.
ALLEGHANY', Capt. Billups, THURS
DAY. June 28, 5 p. m.
NEW ORLEANS. Capt. Eldrldge, SAT
URDAY, June 3D, 6 p m.
And from Baltimore Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4:00 p. m.
Ticket office. 39 Bull street.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav. Agent,
J. J. CAROLAN, Agent,
W. P. TURNER. G. P. A.
A. D. BTEBBINB. A. T. M.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General office*, Baltimore, Md.
. 1 - 1 !!
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank book* Iron*
Morning News, Savannah, Oa,
a^ rs Operated by 90th Meridian Time—One Hour Slower Than City Timw
READ DOWN. II Effective May 27, 1900. j] : 1 READ UP.
-1 1 SJ . 32 f 6 | 78 |i North an I So:uh.”~ : ; ia 35 | tS- TTui jit
v> *2^l' '"Da7TToa7Lv .... Sava n tiuTT.T.Ar! 1 50a| 7'ssa| fifoptl 10a It
• *® a l ll eO-‘ 4 li> 10 30aj ti .Sa Ar ....Charleston.... Lvjjt lap 5 aOa; 3 10p| 7 41a 8 OOp
I * 01a —ll 20p Ar .Washington... Gv ; 4 30a| 3 07p|.' j........
I x “I 1 ' 1 ('•■>■♦ \r Baltimore.... RvJ| 3 56a| 1 46p|.,
| J ’Oa Ar ...Philadelphia.. Lv 12 lA)p 11 33p| j..,*.,..
I i 1 I,r ’P| | 7 V% Ar —New York. .. Lv | 9 25p 8 55a'
I 8 MPI-• •■ i 3 fOp Ar BosU LA 1 'Xjp;l2
( 78 *
5 00pj 3 2ip soSa 52 a 215 a f.v .'...Savannah.... A" i'SaiTf lOalU lilpUl SgSpClfa
8 Oupj .. t.ip io 60,i 7 I ;.p.i \ r ... Waycros*. . Lv 10 alp 9 55p| 9 66aj 9 BJa| 7 o#w
10 Aipf 7 t0p.,2 "0a 9 2.'.aj 7 ::oa Ar ...Ju. kionville.. Lvi 3 30p| 8 OOpI 8 00u| 7 3)a| 600
J 1 ® 3 CO;. 12 02p 13 02p Ar .Palatkt Lv 2 40p| 5 OOp 4 OSai 4 05a| ...
i - Oea a 4<;p| |... Yr Sanford. .. Lv',l2 spl -| I 00a, 1 00a .......
I I | 2 20|C 2 20) Ar . Gainesville .. Lv|[ | 2 40p;..! (~...L
I 3 I6|. 3 I6p; Ar .. .Ocala . | jV | 1 40p|...... .1..
I 1 I®“' 1 I®l I K'a Ar . PUnt i Gorda.. Lv]! I. . 4 35p 4p
1 Ar S A . t i... c top (tbp :
I s ®®P 2 15a 326 p 5 20a Lv ....Savannah:..: Lv 10 15i|12 10a|....:
] J ii p | * JJ 1 ' 4 501,1 11 40a Ar Jesnp Lv# 3 2IWIM 50p|
I*“P 7 loa| 6 2ep! 8 05e Ar Brunswick l.v 6 40n- osp'
NORTH. WEST AN D SOUTH W EST.
' la J,,U P- jl |3O 15 J 35 ||Vla M.migomery.jl 16 ] 36~
0 OOP, 20a Lv Sayan.lull Ar!|id l-.a 12 l.u .Wp Lv SavannatTArnloTSal'll 155
o tap! b 40a | Ar ...Jesup.. Lv., BDa 10 50,) 1 35a 2 15p Ar Tlio'svllle Lv'i 3 25a 1 4Up
~ OO.i, 1 lap Ai . M.icoll Lv l tUa J 30p 8 l()a| 9 20|> Ar M'tgomery ),\ , 7 46n; 8 30a
5 2uh| :i bOp Ar.. Atlanta la 'lO 47>p 12 u',p 7 )0p 0 50a Ar Nashville Lvn 0 00aI 3&•
945 a g top Ar Chamuiga Lv 005 Pi 0 45a 2 30a'13 25p Ar Lou Is villa Lv 1 2 55a| 9 I2p
7 30p| 50a Ar. Louisville l.\ . tail , 4q> 7 05a 4 05p ,Ar Ciiirinnatl Lvj'll OOp 5 top
i *, A| uuiclcnatl Lv H 3-si 7 i'i> 7 2oa| 7 Kip Ar St. Louis Lvu 3 ssp 8 J 2S
7 04. r 6 OOp jAr. Si. Louis L\ | 9 15p| 8 OSaj | ji & N.)
7 17.1 5113. Ar.. Chicago .In 8 ;p| 9 OOp 7 32.,| Ar Si.' Louis Lv j S OOp
5 40a 1 16p 1.v., Atlanta ..Ar 10 35p|1l 30a || (M. A O.) ||
S 05p| 7 15a Ar. Mempiins la\ s !* "| 8 9 Isp Ar.. Chicago Lv|| 7 OCp I ,'4p
JL 45a ‘J 0 * 1 Ar Ivans 1-Cltyl.v ti ,:ap 9 i .;> , Ar Mobile .Lv | fflTMpjirai
• (and unmarked (mine) daily. 8 :U>i> 7 40a Ar X. Orleans Lv 7 56aj 7 45p
t I'lih ex.-ept Sunday. f. 00i 5 20a |Lv Savannah Ar[jToTlSaTlt'tii
SMintlays only. , 4 - a V 2 ;>op Ar.. Tlfion ...laV|| 2 15a, 3 300
Through Pullman Sleeping Tar Service i 45n J 10p Ar.. Albany .. Lvjjl2 01a! 346 p
to North. Last and West, and to Florida . . Ia 2op Ar t’olumbus Lvj| (10 00a
PLANT STEAM SHIP LI Ml.
Mon . ThuiMl.iy, Sat . 1100 pm Lv Port Tamia Ai 3 :U> pm. Tuea. thirrs”
Tues., Fri., Sun., 1h) pm Ar Key West Lv ill 00 pm. Mon., Wed . Saf
Tuea , Fri., Sun., 9 00pm 1 Lv Key West Ar 10 00 pm. Mon., Wed.. Sat.
Wed., Sal., Mon., 00 am Ar Havana Lvj **2 30 pm. Mon., Wed.. Sat,
J. 11. Polhemus T P A. I \ Armand, Cit> Ticket Aft I>e Sato Hotel. Phone S
B. W. VYRENX, Passenger Traffic Manager. Savannah, Oa.
Georgia and Alabama Railway.
Passenger Schedules effective June I, 1900.
Trains ojxruted by 90th meridian tl me—one hour slower than City Tima.
READ II ’ T READ
DOWN [I UF
'No. 19 No. 17 f ’ No. 18 j No. If
6 30p 7 25ajjLv Sava rnah Ar 8 26p 8 40x
7 lCp S OSa’iAr •. Cuy ler lv 7 43p 7 57a
9 lap 9 45a* Ar Siatt*e)oio Lv 5 15p 8 Oift
8 46p 9 45a jj A r Collins Lv 6 09p 636
10 bOp 11 45a,jAr Helena l v 4 06p 4 40%
8 03a 4 lap jAr M icon Lv|fll 3011 J 55nt
6 20a 7 35pj,Ai* Atlanta Lv 7 50a 10 Up
9 45a 100a |Ar Ch.itt antjoga Lv 3 06a • OOp
8 03p Ar ; Fitzgerald Lv 12 65p
1 40p Ar Cordele Lv 2 lOp
* 20p Ar Albany Lv 12 0011
11 35a 12 25iit Ar Bn mi nghatn Lv 4 Up
4 12p 3 05a| Ar Mo!>ile Lv IS SOntl
8 7 40aj|Ar New Orleans Lv 7 46p
7 30p 4 05p Ar Cincinnati t .. Lv 8 30%
7 20a 7 lOpj;Ar Si. Lo uls Lv ....... S 66p
All trains run daily. " '
Magnificent buffet parlor ears on fra! ns 17 nnd IS. *nr .>
AT CT7YLER with Savannah and* Slat esboro Raiicvay
AT COLLINS with Sdllmore Air Line. Also with Collins and Raidivllla ruillroaX
AT HELENA with Southern Railway
AT COKDKLE with Georgia Southern and Florida Railway; *ljm with Albany)
and Northern Hallway.
AT RICH LAND with Columbus Division. -
AT MONTGOMERY with Louisville an and Nashville and Mobile and Ohio Wat|
For rales or any other Information, e* II on or address
W P. SRT’OGS. C. P. nnd T. A . Hull and Bryan atreeUk
F V PEERSON. T. P. A . Bull and Bryan atreets.
A. POPE. General Passenger A gent.
CECIL OABBET. Vice President an and General Manager.
McDonough & ballantyne, sT
Iron Founders, Machinists,
UlQiL.ini 1,., Ilullrriu.k-i.. mn nuf a r 1111 cr. of Slnllon.
r, on.l t'uri.blr l.ugtnr., l.rllril aiu.l lop I'nnnlu,
ion. Sugar Mill nml runs, SbafltuK, I'ullr,., tin.
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
1 Spells lor iiseil.
480 Oourtland Ave., |
Atlanta, Ga., April Ittth, 1900
Columbia Drug Company, Savannah, 1
Gentlemen —It givos mo pleasure to
heartily recommend “Infant-Frif n1
Powder,” and to ?ive to you a singu
lar little coincidence connected with
During (he Cotton States and Inter
national Exposition I was pre*ented
with a little box of this |>owder. and
was bo pleased with it that T was ex
ceedingly anxious to get mote, but on
looking at the box I found nothing
ibut Savannah, Ga., no other address.
1 have often wished I knew where
♦o get It. This morning's mail brought
your circular with < n- losfd sample. I
immediately referred (o my lx>x, md
found n was the "Infant-Friend Pow
der.” It Ib without doubt the best
powder I have* ever used.
MRS. YYm. KING.
For sale by all Druggists.
• COLUMBIA DRUG COMPANY,
COIPAGM GENERALE IKANSATLAUIIME.
DiUKUT LINE TO HAI HE I’AMls (France)
bailing every Thursday at 10 a. m.
From Pter No. 42, North River, foot Morton at
La Champagne.. June 21 ;!.u 1.0rra1n(!.... July 12
I,'Aquitaine • June 28 l.a Bretagne July la
l.a Touralne . July fyl.aChampaghe Jily 26
First at: ng (if ’lew twin-Bcrew express
•t( arner La Lorraine from New York
July 12. 190 C.
Genera! Agency. 32 Broadway, New York.
Messrs. Wilder & Cos.
Black Eye, Pigeon and Cow Peas
Potatoes, Onions, Peanuts, and %U fruit*
and vegetables In season.
Hay. Grain, Flour. Feed.
Rice Straw. Magic Poultry and Stork
Our Own Cow Feed. etc.
213 and 215 BAY, WEST.
W. D. SIMKINS & CO.
Id *thly recommended as a remedy for
luntf and ua a preventive for
v typh old, malarial and all kinds of levers
Axenta, K. ruiigtira A New York
R Y CO. y
Schedules Effective June 10, 1500.
Trains arrive at and depart from
Central Station, West Broad, Foot of
SOlh Meridian Time—One hour slower thaw
IMacon. Atlanta. Coving:
•1 <sam |ton. Mllledgevllle and all|*6 OOpo*
, Intermediate points. |
IMlllen Augusta and lri-(
tStSamjte,mediate points. |t oopm
|Augusta, Macon, Mont-t
laomery, Atlanta. Athens,
*9 OOpmjColumbue, Birmingham,!** 00am
jAmerlcus, Eufaula and!
ITybee Special from Au-| "
56 15pm susta Sunday only. |f 10 25am
t 6 Dover Accommodation jt7 48am
<2 00pm | Guyton Dinner Train |t| Mpia
•Daily. tKx. ept SundayT” (Sunday ptllp.
BETWF. F X SAVA NX A H AX D TY ft EH.
7atli meridian or Savannah city time.
LFAVF SAVANNAH. '
Week Days—6:2o a. m.. lOtCfc a. m., 336 a.
m . 5:25 p. m., 6:50 |). m., SSJS p. m .
Sun,lavs 7:15 a. m.. 10:5*5, am,. 12:05 p.
p. m., , 25 p. *n., 6:50 p. m.. S 31
W eek Days 6:00 a. m.. 8:00 a. m 11 1*
m 5:15 p. m.. 7:d* p. m., 10:10 p. m.
Sundays—6:oo a. m , 8:35 a. m.. 11 40 a.
m . 1:00 p. m., 5:50 p. m., 7:40 p. m. 1010
Connection”, made at terminal points
with all trains Northwest. West and
Sleeping ears on night trains between
Savannah and Augusta, Macon, Atlanta
Parlor cars on day trains between Ba
vannan, Macon on<l Atlanta.
For complete Information, schedules,
rates and connections, apply tea
W. G. BREWER, City Ticket and Past*
enter Agent, 107 Bull atreet.
V 7. R. McINTYRE, Depot Ticket ASant
J. C. HAILE. General Passenger aSSI
E. H HINTON. Traffic Manager
THEO. D. KLINE. Gen. Superintendent.
ONE MILLION HIDES WANTED
DRY FLINTS 150
DRY SALTS iTI
GREEN SALTED ; ”
Buyar of Old Rails, Scrap iron and Mat ala
117 to tm St, Julian street, went.