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Received previously ..129,246 217,903
To tal 413.697
Exports— iS ' ! T ' i \
foreign .••••.•*•*..**..... 95,192 180,13*3
N ,n- York 14,431 45,056
Coastwise and Ulterior 19,023 114,101
Total 128,646 339,287
ptook on hand April 1, 1899.... 3,596 111,396
Received this week 9,115 34,179
Received previously 143,838 340,673
Foreign 102,452 197.M4
New York 19,815 66,183
Coastwise and interior 17,116 97,484
Total 139,383 360,654
Stork on hapd 17,166 113,596
Charleston, S. C., July 27.—Turpentine
market steady at 40He; sales none
Rosin firm; sales none; unchanged.
New Orleans, July 27.—Receipts; Rosin
I‘B barrels; turpentine 19 barrels; exports
MONEY—The demand keeps fairly up
with the sypply.
MONEY—The demand keeps fairly up
with the supply.
RANK CLEARINGS —The hank clear
ings during the past week were $3,369,508.18,
asainst $2,234,477.94 for the corresponding
per od last year, and *1,718.3*1,03 for the
corresponding period of 1898;
Clearings by Days—
Saturday $ 450.402 81
Monday 713,821 23
Tuesday 523.822 56
Wednesday 696,997 28
Thursday 498,221 80
Friday 554,242 50
Total *3,369,508 18
FOREIGN EXCHANGE Market is
steady. The commercial demand, *5.8594;
sixty days. *4.83%; ninety days, *4.82%;
francs. Paris and Havre, sixty days,
5 20; Swiss, sixty days, 5.2174; marks,
sixty days, 9474; ninety days, 94.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE Steady;
hanks are buying at par and selling as
follows: Amount to and including *lO,
10 cents; *lO to *25, 15 cents; *25 to *3O. 20
cents; *SO to *IOO, 25 cents; *2OO to • SSOO,
% premium; *SOO to *I,OOO, .65 premium-;
SI,OOO and over buying at 1-16 discount
and selling nt 1-16 premium.
SECURITIES Quotations generally
nominal. The Central issues are firm, es
pecially the incomes.
Augusta and Savannah R. R 110 ill
Atl%nta & West Point 125 126
do 6 per cent certificates 105 106
Augusta Factory 85 99
Citizens Bank 128 130
Chatham Bank 110 111
Chatham R. E. & I. Cos., A 56 57
do do B 55% 5674
Eagle and Phoenix Mfg. Cos 105
Edison Electric Ilium 104 106
Enterprise Mfg. Cos 100 101
Germania Bank 129 130
Georgia & Alabama 25 27
Georgia Railroad, common 209 211
Oranlteville Mfg. Cos. 160 165
J. P. King Mfg. Cos 102 104
Langley Mfg. Cos 120 125
Merchants National Bank 112 113
National Bank of Savannah 147 131
Oglethorpe Savings and Trust ..110 111
People’s Savings and Loan 102 104
Southwestern Railroad Cos. 10974 11074
Savannah Gaslight Cos 24 25
Southern Bank 155 158
Savannah Bank and Trust 118 119
Sibley Mfg. 00., Jlugust 88 87
Savannah Brewing 95 100
Char., Col. & Aug. Ist ss, 1900....106 108
Atlanta city 4745, 1922 110 111
Augusta city, 4s, 1927 104 105
do 4745, 1925 110 111
do 7s, 1903 105 106
do 6s, 1913 117 118
Ala. Mid. os, Ind'd. 1928, M. & N. 98 100
Augusta Factory, 6 per cent., 1915.109 110
Brunswick and Western 4s, 1938 ..80 82
C. R. R. & Banking collateral ss. 92 93
C. of G. Ist ss, 50-year gold, 1945
F. & A 117 118
C. of G. con. ss, 1945, M A N... 91 92
C. of Ga. Ist Incomes, IMS 44 45
do 2nd Incomes, 1945 1274 1374
do 3d incomes, 1945 6 7
C. of G. (M. O. & A. Dlv.) 6s
1947, J. & J 91 95
C. of G. (Eaton Branch), 5s
1926, J. & D 93 96
City & Suburban R. R. Ist 75..10974 11074
Columbus city, ss, 1909 106 107
Charleston city 4s, 1945 101 102
Eagle & Phenix Mills 6s, 1928 ....108 109
Edison Electric Illuminating 6s .104 105
Enterprise Mfg. 6s, 1903 101 102
Georgia Railroad 6s, 1910 114 11574
G. S. A F. 1945, J. A J 109 110
Georgia A Alabama Ist ss, 1945 ..104 106
do consolidated ss, 1915 93 96
1947, J. A J 95 96
Georgia State 3745, 1930, J. & J...10G 107
do 3745, 1915. M. A N 104 106
do 4745, 1915 11774 11874
Macon city 6s, 1910, J. A J 118 120
do 4745. 1926, Jan. par 107 109
Ocean Steamship se, 1926 104 105
Savannah city ss, quar. October
1913 11l 112
do ss, quar. August, 1909 111% 11274
South Carolina State 4%5, 1933 ..116 118
Sibley Mfg. Cos. 6s, 1903 101 102
South Bound 5s 96 97
a:, F. AW. gen. mfge 6s. 1934. .123 124
do do Ist 6s, gold, 1934 11074 112%
do (St. John Dlv.). Ist 4s. 1934.. 94 96
WEEK'S BANK CEEJAHINGS.
New York, July 27—The total bank
clearings at the principal cities of the
T'nited States for the week ended July
2ii. were $1,337,153,210. a decrease, compared
with last year of 9.7 per cent. Outside of
New York the total clearings were $5G7,-
207.040, a decrease of 3.4 per cent.
New York. July 27.—Money on call
steady per cent. Prime mercantile
paper \IH% per cent. Sterling exchange
easier with actual business In bankers
tills at $1.8794 for demand, and at $4.83 7 4
for sixty days. Posted rates. $4 84!44h1.35
and $4.88(Jf4.8*t4. Commercial bills. $4.83®
1 8344. Bar silver, 60%c. Silver certificates,
Sl’ 2 @B2t4c. Mexican dollars. 4Sc. Govern
ment bonds weak. State bonds Inactive.
Railroad bonds firm.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Excepting Brooklyn Transit Only
Small Gains Seared.
New York. July 27.-The room traders
succeeded lt> putting prices up for a time
to-day, but they drifted downwards again
towards the close of the day, and left
only small net gains except In Brooklyn
Rapid Transit. This stock was decidedly
the loader of the speculation, and was
let ly dealt in on the strength of Insin
uating rumors that the yearly statement,
v i loh Is yet to see print, wMll show larger
t imings than has been anticipated. The
stovk made an extreme rise of over 3
!’ inis under thla stimulating Influence,
end helped the whole market. It re-
I eed a point in the late reaction when
’h" traders were taking profits on the
•'‘utsar. which came next In point of ao
'lvlty, did not fare so well. It got up
n ' one time ns much as 194 on the cxpec
-1 ion that the firmness of the raw sugar
hr "ket foreshadowed another advance In
ret ned sugar. But the late reaction en
''rely wiped out the rise. The railroad
•'*' continued extremely dull and narrow.
1 're sharp gains shown by a handful of
ks h:ul little Influence on the rest of
,hn lift which hung sluggishly back.
r: lins of over n point were established In
1 ' fa dozen stocks at the midday high
I' V <l But none of these were fully main
tained, and nothing more than fractions
*' brained at the close of the day. The
hfongth of Baltimore and Ohio was ap
parently due to tho covering by shorts.
Trains Arrive and Depart Savannah on 90 th Meridian Time One Hour Blower
- CI ty Time.
Schedules In Effect’Sunday, June 10. 1900.
k EAD DOWKIi ' TO TH E EAST. II READ XTV.
No 31~P.N0. 34 ' ' [No. 35 | No.si
J_ l[ (Central Time.) | 4
12 20pmjl2 20am; jLv Savamian Ar|| 5 lOam| 315 pm
. i ll (Eastern Time.) I| i
3lpmj 4 28am iAr Bluckvllle.. A Lv; 3 00am| 1 37pm
6 06pmj 6 ldamjjAr Columbia Lvjj 1 2Sam|ll 35am
9 10pm; 9 45am Ar Charlotte Lvjj 9 55pm| 8 10am
11 44pn:12 23pm Ar Greensboro Lv j j 7 10pm| 5 48am
s 00am|. UAr .TTTTNorfoTk Lv; | 8 00pm
13 Siam.Ttepm Ar ~Danville Lvjj~s 40pm! 4 38am
6 OOamj 6 25pm! |Ar Rich mond Lvj]l2 01pm[ll 60pm
J f? ani ! 343 pm, ;Ar Lynchburg Lv|[ 3 53pm| 2 50am
4 Scam; 5 Sspm;Ar Charlottesville Lv I 2 Dipm 12 54pm
7 35omi s HOpmi Ar Washington I,v]|U 15am 9 50pm
9 laamill 85pm:|Ar Baltimore Lvj! 8 22am 8 27pm
n ssam| 2 66am, Ar Philadelphia Lv j 350 am 6 06pm
- OSpmj 6 23am lAr : New York Lv!l2 10am 325 pm
JSjdpm 300 pm, Ar Boston Lv|| 5 00pm IOJOnm
N(> -3S|| TO THE NORTH AND WEST. || N0.35
II (Central Time.) ||
12 20amj|Lv Savannah Arjl 5 10am
U (Eastern Time.) j[
6 30am,|Lv Columbia Lv|| 1 25am
9 oOamj]Lv Spartanburg Lv|j 6 15pra
9 50am)|Lv Asheville Lv|| 3 05pn
4 02pm:IAr Hot Springs Lv ill 45am
7 20pm Ar Knoxville Lv I 8 25am
6 10am Ar Lexington Lv 10 30pm
7 45am Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 00pm
7 50am!iAr Louisville Lv 7 45pm
6 OOpm||Ar St. Louis Lvl 8 OSam
All trains arrive and depart from the Plant System Station.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE, ETC.
TRAINS S3 AND 34 DAILY, NEW YOR K AND FLORIDA EXPRESS Vestt
buled limited trains, with Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Cars between Savan.
hah and New York. Connects at Washington with Colonial Express for Boeton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotte and Richmond onu Charlotte and Nor
folk Dining Cars serve all meals between Savannah and Washington.
TRAINS 35 AND 36 DAILY, THE UNI TED STATES FAST MAIL Vestlbuled
limited trains, carrying Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savannah
and New York. Dining Cars serve all meals between Savannah and Washington.
Also Pullman Drawing Room Sle-pingCars between Savannah and Cincinnati,
through Asheville and “The Land 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. Tclephones-Bell, 850;
S. H. HARDWICK. Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
MURPHY & CO., INC.,
Board of Trod* Building. Savannah.
Private leased wires direct to New lorit,
Chicago and New Orleans.
COTTON, STOCKS AXD Glt-AIN.
New York office. No, 61 Broadway.
Offices in principal clilea thro'igtiout tha
South. Write for our Market Manual and
book containing Instructions for traders.
Burlington was marked up on assertions
that the statement of June earnings would
show better, net results than has been
foretold. St. Paul. Louisville, Union Pa
cific and Missouri Pacific were the only
railroad stocks showing any notable
The steel stocks moved uncertainly pend
ing announcements of the agreement ar
rived at by the Chicago conference.- The
local traction stocks were strong in sym
pathy with Brooklyn Rapid Transit and
Consolidated Gas more than recovered
yesterday’s decline. So far as general
conditions were an influence the market
was helped by the less despondent views
regarding the fate of the envoys in Pe
kin. held by foreign speculators. This
was largely a sentimental influence as
dealings here for foreign account were in
significant. No gold was engaged for ex
port to-morrow, and in fact, demand
sterling fell off a fraction. But it re
covered a fraction in Paris, and the rate
for call loans declined in London. London
discounts were firm, and the belief re
mains general that further gold will go
out next week.
A favorable bank statement seems prob
able to-morrow owing to the continued
inflow of currency from the interior. Es
timates of the gain by the banks on this
account run up nearly *3.000.000. The gain
on subJtreaeury operations is reduced to
trivial proportions, in spite of the an
ticipation by the government of the Au
gust interest payments. The receipt at
San Francisco to-day of $2,500,000 in gold
can he made immediately available to
the New York banks by the system of
transfer, allowed by the treasury depart
ment. But it will not figure in this week’s
hank statement. It is thought probable
that loons may have been further re
duced by repayment of German obligations
to this market.
The bond market continued dull, but
the tone was rather firmer. Total sales,
par value, $1,030,000.
United States 3’s registered declined 74.
and new 4’s coupon 74 per cent, in the
Total sales of stocks to-day were 175.-
KX) shares, including Baltimore and Ohio,
6,470; Chicago. Burlington and Quincy, 10,-
240; Manhattan, 8,100; Reading first pre
ferred. 7,500; Union Pacific, 8.250; Ameri
can Tobacco, 5,100; Brooklyn Rapid Trans
it, 49,185; Sugar, 23,598.
New York Stock List.
Atchison 26%|U. Pacific 57*4
do pref 6984| do do pref .... 75*4
B. ft Ohio 74*4!Wabash 6*4
Pan. Pacific .... 87*41 do pref 18%
Can. South 49 [Wheel. & L. E.. 8%
C. ft Ohio 27%1 do do 2nd pref. 23%
Chi. Gt. West.. 11 jwis. Central ... 13
C., B. & Q 1267siThird Avenue ..110
Chi.. Ind. & L.. 23 |Adams Ex 123
do do pref .... 54 ]Am. Express ...153
Chi. & E. 111.... 95 jt7. S. Express.. 45
Chi. & Nor th w. 15864 jW.- F. Express .122
C., R. I. & p 10684!Am. Cot. 0i1.... 34
C. C. C. ft St. L. 59 | do do pref” .... 89
Col. South 6 |Am. Malting ... 384
do do Ist pref. 41>4| do do pref .... 19%
do do 2nd pref. 16 |Am. S. & R.... 3784
Pel. & Hudson. 110 \ do do pref .... 8784
D. L. ft W 177 j Am. Spirits .... 184
Den. & R. G ... 1784! <l® do P ref •••• 17
do do pref .... 66 |Am. S. H00p.... 19*4
do Ist pref .. 32%!Am. S. & Wire. 34*4
Gt. North, praf.lslß4 do do pref —73
Hock. Coal lSy s !Am. Tin Plate.. 21'4
Hock. Valley ... 34 i do do pref .... 78
111 Central ~..U9*41Am. Tobacco ... 96-%
lowa Central ..20 j do do pref . ..128
do do pref .... 47 jAna. Min. C 0... 4284
K. C., P. & G.. 16 !Brook. R. T 5984
L E ft West... 26 |Ool. F. & 1 34%
do do pref .... 90 ICon. Tobacco .. 26
Lake Shore ....210 I do do pref .... 7884
N 71’4|Fed. Steel 34
Man. L 91*4j do do pref .... 6584
Met St. Ry ....157 IGen. Elec 12884
Mex Central .. 12*4 Glucose Sugar . 52
Minn. ft St. L.. 56841 do do pref ....100
do do pref .... 93 jlnfn’l Paper ... 23
Mo. Pacific 50841 do do P rpf •••• 6r, V4
M & Ohio 3884;Laclede Gas .... 74
M K. & T 10 |Nat. Biscuit .... 3084
‘do do pref .... 30941 do <3° P r, * f •••• *“
K J Central ...12984 Nat. Lead 19
N. Y. Central...l29 i do do pref .... 9684
N * Western... S3 ]Nat. Secl 24'4
do do pref .... 76 | do do pref .... 83*4
N Pacific 50*4 N. Y. A. Brakc.l3o
* do do pref .... 7184iN. American ... 15
On A West... 20841 P. Coast 63
Ore Ry & N... 42 | do do Ist pref. 84
do do pref .... 76 | de do 2nd pref. 6384
Pennsylvania ..127% People's Gas ... 89*4
do Ist pref .... 89841 P. Steel Car •••
do 2nd pref ... 2844! do do pref .... 72
r G. Western. 59%jPu11. Pal. Car.,.183
do do pref .... 90 !S. Rope ft T 5*4
St L ft S. F.. 9*4lSugar .12684
do do Ist pref. 67 I do pref U 7
do do 2nd pref. 32'4’Te.nn. C. ft Iron. 71
St L Southw. 10 |U. S. Leather... 1084
do do pref .... 9*841 do do P rpf ••••
st Paul 11184(11. S. Rubber.... 24%
do pref 170%; do do pref .... 93%
St P & 0 110 (West. Union ... 7964
S. Pacific 33645 R. Iron ft Steel. 12
S. Railway 10341 <l® do P rp7 •••• **B4
do do pref .... 52 |P. C. C. ft St. L. 56
T. & Pacific.... 14*4| •
17. 8. ref. 2s reg. 104841 do 4s ®'
do coup .104941 M. ft O. 4s, bid.. 81%
do 2a reg. .....100 |N. Y. C. Isis 108
do 3s. reg 10084 |N. J c ** ss. .122
do 3s, coup. ...11084INO. Pac. 8s *6%
do new is, reg,l32%j do to ,••••• 10*84
THE MOUSING NEWS: SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1900.
do new 4s, e0u.133%1N. Y. C. & St.
do old 4s, reg..11544| L. 4s 107
do old 4s, C0U..115-141N. & W. con. 45.. 977a
do ss, reg 113%|Ore. Nav. 15t5....109
do ss, coup 114*41 do 4s 102%
D. of C. 3 655....123 jo. S. L. 6s 128*4
Atoh. gen. 45....101%] do consol 5s 11l
do adj. 4s 83%|Read. Gen. 4s 8774
C. of Ga. con. os. 91?4|R. G. W. lsts 97
do Ist ine 44%[st. L. & Ir. M.
do 2nd inc 1244! consol 5s HO
C. & O. 444s 993415 t. L. & San F.
do 5s 116441 General 6s 122
C. & Nw. con. 7sl4l%]St. P. consols ...19644
C. & Nw. S. F. | St. P. C. & P.
Deb. 5s 12044! lsts H 644
Chi. Term. 45.. 9244! do 6s 11894
Col. So. 4s 85 jSo. Pacific 4s 7944
D. & R. G. lsts. 102 t'So. Ry. 5s 10894
do 4s 97%|5. Rope & T. 6s. 72%
Erie Gen. 4s .... 69 |Tex. & Pac. lsts.ll2
F. W. & D. C. I do 2nds 55
lsts 71 ju. Pac. 4s 10544
Gen. Elec. 5s ...117 jwabash lsts 116%
lowa C. lsts ....113 | do 2nds 104
K. C. P. & G. IW. Shore 4s 112
lsts 71441 Wis. Cent. lsts... 8774
L. * N. V. 45... 9844|Va. Centuries ... 89*4
M. K. & T. 2ds.. 69 j
New York, July 26.—Standard Oil, 531
Note.—These quotations are revised
daily, and are kept as rear as possible
In accord with the prevailing wholesale
prices. Official quotations are not used
when they disagree with the prices whole
Country nod Northern Protlnce.
POULTRY—The market Is steady. Quo
tations: Broilers, 29@25c per pair; half
grown, 35@40c; three-fourths grown, 4519
50c; hens, 55@65c; roosters, 40c; ducks,
geese and turkeys out of season.
EGGS—Steady at lOtgllc.
BUTTER—The tone of the market Is
steady. Quotations: Extra dairies, 19@20c;
extra Elglns, 22®K2%C.
CHEESE—Market firm; fancy full
cream cheese, ll@l2o for 25-pound aver
ONlONS—Egyptian, 52.73513,0il per sack;
crate, $1.25; yellow, in barrels. $firstname.lastname@example.org.
BEANS—Navy or peas, $email@example.com per
bushel; demand light.
IRISH POTATOES—New, No. 1. $1.75®
2.00 per barrel.
EGG PLANT—Nominally; half barrel
CABBAGE—Per barrel crate, $1.50®
llrenflstnffs, Hay anil Grain,
FLOUR—Market firm and advancing;
patent, $4.15; straight, $4.45; fancy, $4.30;
MEAL—Pearl, per barrel, $2.85; per sack.
$1.35; city meal, per sack, bolted, $1.25®
1.30; water ground, $1.35; city grist,
eaeks, $1.30; pearl grits, Hudnuts', per
barrel. $2.96; per sack $1.37%; sundry
brands. $1.32% sack.
CORN—Market firm, white, job lots.
65c; carload lots. 63c; mixed corn, Job lo4s,
64c; carload lots, 62c.
RICE —Market steady, demand fair;
fancy head, 6c; fancy, 5%c.
Fair 4 @444
Comttion ?■ 3%
OATS—No. 2 mixed, carload, 35c; job
lots, 37c; white clopped, ,39c, cars; 41c job.
BRAN—Job lots, 97%c; carload lots,
HAY—Market strong; Western job lots,
97c; carload lots, 92%c.
flncon. Hams and Lard.
BACON—Market firm; D. S. C. R. sides,
VTjra D. S. bellies, B%c; smoked C. R.
HAMS--Sugar cured, 12%@13%c.
LARD—Pure, in tierces. 774 c; In 60-pound
tins and 80-pound tubs, 844 c; compound. In
Heroes. 6%c; 50-pound tins and 80-pound
tubs, 674 c.
Sugar and Coffee.
SUGAR—Board of Trade quotations:
Cut loaf 6.7B[Diamond A 6.38
Crushed 6.7B!Confectloners' A.6.18
Powdered 6.4BiWhlte Extra C.. 5.93
XXXX, powd'd.6.4B Extra C 5.73
'tand. gran ~..6.3 B:Golden C 5.73
7ubes 6.s3jYellowx 5.63
Mould A 6.631
COFFEE—Board of Trade quotations:
Mocha 26c |Prime, No. 8 ...1044c
java 26c IGood, No. 4 ~..10%c
Peaberry 13c iFalr, No. 5 10c
Fancy, No. 1...1144c] Ordinary, No. 6. 9%c
Oolre, No. 2...1144c]C0mm0n, No. 7. 9c
Hardware and Unildlng Supplies.
LIME. CALCIUM. PLASTER AND
CEMENT—Alabama and Georgia lime in
fair demand and sell at 80 cents a barrel;
special calcined plaster. $l.OO per barrel;
hair, 4@sc. Rosedale cement, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
carload lots, special; Portland cement, re
tail $2.25; carload lots, $email@example.com.
LUMBER F. O. B. VESSELS SAVAN
NAH—Minimum, yard slzea, I13.O0&14.OO;
car sills, $14.00016.00; different elites, $16.50
@25.00; ship stock, $25.00027.50; sawn ties,
$11,008*11.60; hewn ties, 33@36c.
OIL-Market steady; demand fair; sig
nal, 45@60c; West Virginia black. 9@l2c;
lard. 68c; neatsfoot. 60@70c; machinery, 16
@26c; linseed oil, raw, 37%0; boiled, 75c;
kerosene, prime white, 35c; water white,
14c Pratt's astral, 15c; deodorized stove
gasoline., drums. 1244 c; empty oil barrels,
GUN POWDER—Per keg, Austin crack
shot, $4.00; half kegs. $2.25; quarter kegs,
$126; champion ducking, quarter kegs,
$2.26; Dupont and Hazard smokeless, half
kegs $11.36: quarter kegs, $5,75; 1-ponnd
canisters. $1.00; less 25 per cent.; Trolsdorf
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. 544 c.
NAILS—Cut, $2.00 base; wire, $2.85 bass.
BARBED WIRE—JS,6O per 100 pound*
J Double Daily Service
h 1 Central or 90t h Meridian Time.
TIME TABLE EFFECT IVE JUNE 2. 1900.
All tral ns dally.
Trains operated by 90th meridian tlra e—one hour slower than city time.
NORTH AND EAST NORTH AND NORTHWEST.
| 44 | 66 f6O ~
Ev Savannah ~. —ll2 35p|1l 59p Lv Savannah 11 5Sp
Ar Fairfax 2 15p| 1 54a Ar Columbia 4 36a
Ar Denmark 3 00p| 2 42a Ar Asheville 1 40p
Ar Augusta 9 45pj 6 65a Ar Knoxville 7 30p
Ar Columbia 4 3Spi 4 36a Ar Lexington 5 10a
Ar Asheville j 1 40p Ar Cincinnati 745 a
Ar Hamlet 9 05pi 9 20a ] Ar Louisville 7 50a
Ar Raleigh 11 40pjll 55s Ar Chicago 5 55p
Ar Richmond 5 10a, 5 40p i Ar Petrol* 4 OOp
Ar Norfolk 7 3Saj Ar Cleveland 2 55p
Ar Portsmouth 7 25a| Ar Indianapolis 11 40a
Ar Washington 8 45aj 9 30p Ar Columbus 1130a
Ar Baltimore 10 OSaill 35p
Ar Philadelphia 12 Sflp| 2 66a SOUTH AND FLORIDA POINTS.
Ar New York 3 03pj 6 13a ' j 27 ' 1 31
Ar_ Boston 9 00pj 3>P C^vkinalTr.l-T^r.-.[Wn .307 p
WEST DIVISION AND N. O. Ar Darien 12 SOp 6 OOp
- - Ar Everett 6 60a 6 lOp
7 . < _ * Jl Ar Brunswick 8 05a 6 25p
Lv Savannah 307 p 5 08a Ar Fernandina 9 30a 9 03p
Lv Jacksonville 7 45p 9 20a Ar Jacksonville 9 10a 7 40p
Ar Lake City 9 35p 11 2Sa A r St. Augustine 10 30a|
Ar Live Oak 10 30p)12 18p A r Waldo 11 25a 10 41p
Ar Madison 2 30a 1 19p Ar Gainesville 12 Oln
Ar Montlcello 4 40a 320 p Ar Cedar Key 6 35p
Ar Tallahassee 6 00a 338 p Ar Ocala 1 40p 1 15a
Ar Quincy 8 25a 1 39p Ar Wildwood 2 32p 2 lOp
Ar River Junction 9 40a 5 25p Ar Leesburg 3 lOp 4 30a
Ar Pensacola 11 OOp Ar Orlando 5 OOp 8 20a
Ar Mobile 3 05a Ar Plant City 4 44pj 5 28a
Ar New Orleans ‘ 7 40a Ar Tampa 5 30p| 6 30a
WEST AND NORTHWEST.
— —.—————— Trains arrive at Savannah from North
Lv Savannah | oT3op| 728 an< -* East—No. 27 sa. m.. No. 31 2:57 p. m..
Ar Cuyler | 7 Iop| 8 08a from Northwest, No. 27 5 am.; from
Ar Collins j 8 46p| 9 45a Florida points, Brunswick and Darien, No.
Ar Helena [lO 50p|ll 45a 44 12:27 p. m, No. 66 11:50 p, m.
Ar Attanta V.V.'.V.V.V.V.'.'.'.’.'.'.V.’J 5 30*j 7 31* Trains 31 and 44 CBrry ,hro " gh Plfllmnn
Ar Chattanooga | 9 46a| 100a sleeper and day coach to New York, In
\r 1 12 36p eluding dining ear.
Ar Cordele * 8 ° 3p Trains 27 ami G 6 carry through Pullman
Ar Amerlcua j 3 jo? sleeper to N* a w York and day coaches
Ar Columbus 6 2)p to Washington.
Ar Albany | } 3 20j> Trains arrive at Savannah from the
Ar Rlrmhiihom 1 1 7 V\ r est and Northwest, No. 18 5;35 p. in..
Ar Mobile N °' 20 8:40 *' m '
Ar New Orleans ” v Magnificent buffet parlor cars on trains
£ Cincinnati 7 Z * Z is -
Ar t-t. Louis j j j lgp Fol . f u ii information apply to J
D. C. ALLEN, w. P. SCRUGGS,
C. T. A., Bull and Liberty sts. s—both p hones—2B P.&T.A., coll. Bull & Bryan St*.
F. V. PET ERSON,
Traveling Pas senger Agent.
E. FT. JOHN, L. S A LLEN, A. O. MACDONELL,
Vice Pres, and Gen. Mgr., Gen’l Pa ss. Agt., Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent,
Portsmouth, Va. Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, Fla.
Fruit* and Nuts.
per 100. Demand
PEACHES—Six-basket carriers, 50c(0)
PINEAPPLES—SI.OO® 1.50 per standard
LEMONS— Market steady at $5.00®5.50.
NUTS—Almonds, Tarragona, 16c; Ivicas,
16c; walnuts, French, 12c; Naples. 22c; pe
cans, 12c; Brazils, 7c; filberts, 13c; assort
ed nuts, 60-pound and 25-pound boxes, 10c.
PEANUTS—AmpIe stock, fair demand;
market firm; fancy hand-picked, Virginia,
per pound. 4%e; hand-picked, Virginia, ©x
trasr3Vfec; N. C. seed peanuts, 4c.
RAISINS—I*. I*., S2.UO; imperial cabinets,
$2.25; loose. 50-pound boxes, B<3sHc pound.
Dried nml Evaporated Fruits.
APPLES—Evaporated, 7%@Bc; sun-dried,
PEACHES—Evaporated, pealed, 17’^c;
APRlCOTS—Evaporated, 15c pound; nec
Salt, IlideM and Wool.
SALT—Demand is fair and the market
steady; carload lots, 300-pound burlap
sacks. 44c; JOO-pound cotton sacks. 46c;
125-pound burlap sacks, 64Hc; 126-pound
cotton sacks, 65MtC; 200-pound burlap sacks,
HlDES—Market firm; dry flint, 14c; dry
salt. 12c; green salted, 6%c.
WOOL—Nominal; prime Georgia, free
of sand, burrs and black wool, 19c;'black,
IGc; burry, 10c, Wax, 25c; tallow* 2 / a n 7
Deer skins, 20c.
Cotton llaxiting und Tie*.
BAGGING—Market firm; jute, 214
pound. 9*ic; large lots, 9Vic; small lots,
2-pound, B%@9c; 1%-pound, BV4@BV4c; sea
Island bagging, 12Hc.
TlES—Standard, 45-pound, arrow, large
lots, $1.40; small lots, $1.50.
FlSH—Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$9.50; No. 2, $8.00; No. 3, $0.50; kits. No. 1,
$1.40; No. 2, $1.25; No. 3,85 c. Codfish,
1-pound bricks. 6V6f‘; 2-pound bricks, 6c.
Smoked herrings, per box, 20c. Dutch her
ring, in kegs, $1.10; new mullets, half-bar
SYRUP—Market quiet: Georgia ond
Florida syrup, buying at 28@80c; selling at
32'535c; sugar house at 10@15c; selling at
straight goods, 23<?t30c; sugar house mo
lasses, 15(fi 20 c.
HONEY—Fair demand; strained, In bar
rels, 551ifG0c gallon.
High wine basis, $1.23.
~ r J7¥i
COTTON—Savannah to Boston, per
half, 25c; to New York, 20o; to Philadel
phia, per bale, $1.90; to Baltimore, per
bale, $1.00; via New York—Rremen. 60c;
Genoa, 43r; Liverpool, 40c; Reval, 60c; di
rect, Bremen, 42c.
LUMBER— By Sail—Freights dull; to
Baltimore and eastward, $4.50 to $6.00 per
M.. including Portland.
LUMBER—By Steam—Savannah to Bal
timore, $6.50; to Philadelphia, $8.00; to New
York, $6.00; to dock, $6.75; lightered—to
Boston, to dock, $B.OO.
NAVAL STORES.—The market is firm;
medium size vessels. Rosin—Cork for or
ders, 3s per barrel of 310 pounds and 5
per cent, primage. Spirits, 4s 3d per 40
gallons gross and 6 per cent, primage.
Larger vessels, rosin, 2s 9d; spirits, 4s.
Steam. 11c per 100 pounds on rosin; 21%c
on spirits, Savannah to Boston, and 9',2C
on rosin and 16c on spirits to New York.
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, ETC.
New York, July 27.—Flour market had a
slow trade, hut displayed a little more
strength near the close In sympathy with
Rye flour easy.
Corn meal steady; yellow Western, 30c,
Barley malt nominal.
Wheat—Spot firm; No. 2 red, 83%e. Op
tions opened firm on higher cables than
expected and foreign buying. After a par
tial reaction the market again turned
strong. Impelled by covering on bullish
crop returns from California and the
Northwest. Closed firm at %c net ad
vance; July closed, 824 c; September, BP*c;
October, 819f,c; December, 82%c.
Corn—Spot firm; No. 2. 45%0. Options dis
played strength of undertone all day and
Closed at net advance. The im
provement was based on higher cables,
bullish crop news, covering and export
demand. July closed, 44%c.
Oats—Spot steady; No. 2, 27%c. Options
quiet but firmer.
Beef steady. Cut meats steady.
Lard firm; Western steamed. $7.15; July
closed $7.15 nominal; refined firm; conti
nent, *7.43; South American, 88.00.
Pork firm. Tallow dull.
Petroleum steady. \ 1
Rosin quiet. q A,
Butter weak; creamery. 17'&16*ie: Mate
Cheese steady; large white, 9i/9%e; small
white. 9%ia9%c; small colored, !S>t,7rO%c.
Eggs firm; state and Pennsylvania, at
mark. iv&l7c for average lots; Western, at
Potatoes firm; Southern, ?1.5001.75; Long
Cabbage steadier; Long Island, per 100,
Cotton by steam to Livoriwol, 23c.
Coffee—Spot Rio steady; No. 7 invoice,
9%0; mild quiet; Cordova, 9%®*13%0. Fu
tures opened steady and unchanged to 5
Points higher and ruled quiet all the fore
noon with little further change. Slight
oix’nliig Improvement was due to room
trading; European market news of indif
ferent purport and Brazilian advices too
conflicting to afford a foothold for new
ventures. The market suddenly advanced
10 to 20 points In mid-afternoon, following
a rise of % franc In Havre, presumably on
higher exchange rate In Rio. Shorts were
leading buyers, sellers scarce. Closed
steady with prices nqt 15 to 20 points
higher. Total sales, 12,000 bags, Including
December, 8.20<55.33c; March,
May, 8.60 c.
Sugiir. raw strong; fair refilling, 4 13-32 c;
centrifugal. 96 test, 4 29-33 c.
Molasses sugar, 4 5-32 c; refined firm.
COTTON SEE It OIL.
New York, July 27.—Cotton seed oil was
, i shade Readier on the firmness in lard
products, but otherwise as dull and fea
tureless as ever. Prime erutle, barrels,
34c. nominal; prime summer yellow, 36%
4j37c; butter grades nominal; off summer
yellow, 36%0; prime winter yellow, 40ff
41c; prime white. 40e; prime meal, 126.00.
Chicago, July 27.—A good cash demand,
higher cables and unfavorable crop re
ports caused a rally in wheat to-day,
September closing over yesterday.
Corn closed %4ilc and oats %@%c higher.
The provisions market was strong; Sep
tember pork closed 33c, September lard
12%c and September ribs 10@12%c im
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Wheat No. 2
July 74%@75 75% 74% 75-It
Aug 75 70%@75% 74% 75%
Sept 75%'676% 76% 75% 76%
Corn No. 2
.July 38%®>38% 39% 38% 3876
Aug. 38 39% 38 39%
Sept 37% 7138 38% 37% 38%
Oats No. 2
July 22% 22% 22(fi22% 22%
Aug 22% 22% 22% 22%
Sept 22%©22% 22% 22% 22%©22%
Mess Pork, per barrel—
July .$ll 65 $ll 90 *ll 65 $ll 90
Sept. 11 75 11 95 11 72% 1195
Icl rd, per 100 pounds—
July . 675 6 77% 675 6 77%
Sept. 675 6 82% 675 6 82%
Oct. . 680 6 87% 6 77% 6 87%
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds—
July . 685 700 685 7 Of)
Sept. 6 87% 7 02% 6 87% 7 02%
Oct. . 685 697 % 685 6 97%
Cash quotations were os follows: Flour
easy; No. 3 spring wheat, 72%c; No. 2
red. 77%7j77%c; No. 2 com, 39%0; No. 2
yellow. 39%c; No. 2 oats, 23%©24%c; No.
2 white, 24%'d24%c; No. 3 white, 24'025%c;
No. 2 rye. 6*%c; fair to choice malting
barley, 444745'.:; No. 1 fiax reed, 50c; No. 1
Northwestern. $1.50; prime timothy seed.
$3.17%'53.20; mess pork, per barrel. $11.3067
11.84; lard, per 100 pounds, $6.67V 2 ©.80;
short ribs shies, (loose), $6 95®7.35; dry
salted shoulders, (boxed), 6%@7c; short
clear sides, (boxed), $firstname.lastname@example.org; whisky,
basis of high wines, *1,23%; clover, con
tract grade, *B.OO.
THE HYACINTH III.OOKADS,
Rieers, Creeks mid Lakes In Florida
Sanford, Fla., July 27.—The Jacksonville
Metropolis recently published a humorous
dartoon representing Capt. William A.
Show on the bow of the steamer D. Mur
chison, late of Savannah, pushing aside
the water hyaclpths to allow the boat to
proceed on her usual trip from Jackson
Now, there Is no fun in this burlesque
of the hyacinth blockade of our rivers,
lakes and creeks, for the peat has reached
that point where patience ceases to Ire a
virtue and righteous Indignation takes Its
place. For the past two years appeals of
the most pressing character hove been
made to the general government to take
hold of this matter vigorously and give
us some kind of Immediate relief, but still
the delays go on and (he hyacinths mul
tiply with alarming rapidity on all sides.
The Morning representative has
Just mode a round Trip daylight Inspec
tion of the pest between the city and
Jacksonville, and was astounded at the
rapid Increase of the hyacinths. Above
some of the railroad bridges the most of
the rivers and creeks flowing Into the Bt.
Johns re solid from bank to bank, while
below the bridges, In many cases, steam
ers and rafts have very hard work to get
through. All aiong the St. Johns river,
la coves and bends, there are great masses
of hyacinths lodged, as well as against
line piers of the four draw bridges on th
giver, This makes navlgatlya between
Traina Operated by 90th Mertdian Time—One Hour Slower Than City Tima.
A L D~p6 4VN || Effective J une 17. ~ei>). ~jj READ~UP. _ <
JiLi i *2 I*l6 |7B |J North and South. || 23~ 35 it 5 l >l3 I Hi
10a||l.v ... Savannah Arq 15m 7 Sa| 6 leplll loa,U 30p
lea 11 50a| 4 19p|10 30a| 6 28a ; Ar ...Charleston.... Lv||U 15p| 5 50a| 3 lCp 7 41a 800
i 8 23s| | 7 23p ;Ar ....Richmond... Lv| 9 05a| 6 48p|
I 7 Ola| ,11 2Dpj|Ar ..Washington... Lv|j 4 30u 3 07p| -
| 8 20a| 103u||Ar ....Baltimore.... Lv | 2 55a| 1 4*pj -
|lo 35aj 8 50a; jAr ....Philadelphia.. Lv|(l2 2piU S3p| -
I I I 16pj 7 00a||Ar ....New York....- I.v|| 9 25p| 8 6ua|
8 30p; 800p||Ar Boston Lv|| 1 90p|1200nt(
7 188185 I 53 j |T = South - || 78 |36 | — 34~f"32 14_^
6 OOp, .1 ijp| 3 Ota t aSSTSISajjLv ....Savannah.... Ar | if... . lOp ll 50a|lO~15a
* 2,'PI f ASDjIO 50aI 7 35a| 4 60aj|Ar .... Waysvtlle.... Lv|| 7 OOp! 1 5 45a| 5 45a| 3 25*
n J O ,' 1 ? “? I> l 2 16 *l 2 16pj 2 15p[, Ar ...Thomnavllle Lv; 7 00p| 7 00p| 5 45a| 6 45aj 3 25a
10 80p| 7 k)P!I2 50aj 9 26a| 7 30a:]Ar ....Jacksonville,. Lv|| 8 30p 8 00p| 8 00a 7 30a 5 00a
|lo 80p| 3 00p| 12 02p]12 o:’p)|Ar Palatka I.v|i2 40p 5 OOp I 4 05a 4 06a
I * **“l 3 Iop| | ||Ar Sonford LvjjlS 05p 1 00a 1 00a
I | 2 20p] 2 20p||Ar ...Oalnesville.... I.vll 2 40p|
I I lp| 3 16p||Ar Ccala Lv|| 1 40p|
1 1 10 sOp|lo 60p [Ar .81. Petersburg.. Lvl . 6 00a|
I 7 3a|lo OOpIIO OOpjlO OOp||Ar Tampa Lv|:7 00a 7 00a| 7 35p 7 35p -
I 8 lOa'lo 30p l 0 3iH|lo 30p ,Ar ....Port Tampa.. Lv|| 6 250 6 25a| 7 OOp 7 OOp
I I I 10aI 1 10a| 1 10a||Ar ...Puma Gordu.. Lvj] | | 4 3Sp 4 36p
I |.......)10 45a[ 10 45a||Ar ..St. Augustine. Lv|| S 20pj 6 o)p]
I 3 °°PI 2 8 25p| 5 80aj|Lv ...Sav mn.ih.... I.v lu 15a 12 ma .......|....
I 6 s I7a| 4 50p| 6 40n,iAr Jesup Lv!| 8 20a!10 50p|
l sPl 7 |oa| 6 2Sp 8 05aj|Ar ....Brunswick .. Lv|) 6 40a| 9 06p| |
NORTH. WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
~15 |it || Via Tea up. || 16 jB6 15 jis ||Vla Montgomery.|| 16 |so
i 2 P I 5 V Ar 10 1„ ,r: :n ;l | x ~v Savannah ArillO 15a| Ili
fft'ftWff * Ev 8 80a|10 50p 810 , 9 20,, Ar Mtg mcry 10, 7 45p 11 25*
*5 J o" ' !' V m 7r’“ 7 10p| 6 50a|IAr Nashville Lv 9 000 2 21a
6 30a 360 p. Ar.. Attanta ..Lv 10 4f,p 12 OsP 2 30!13 25tiiAr Ig*ui.“Ville Lv 2 65a 9 12r>
* 7 rnl’i Ar ?: l 'rr !' V S1 ,U 70f,u| 4 Ar Cincinnati Lv Hoop Slip
1 7 60a Ar. Lxiuisv ille Lv $ 7 4T'P 7 20a| 7 16i)IIAr bt LouH Lv 3 66r> 8
7 30p 7 45aj Ar Cincionail Lv 8 30a 7 OOp “ P AF J
7 04a 6 00p| Ar. St. laouis Lv i* 15p 8 OSa 7 S2;il lIAr bniiia Lv 8
7 li>a & 10p| Ar.. Chicago .Lv 8 SOp 9 OOp 1 j (M AO ) P
6 40,! 4 15p, Lv.. Atlanta , Ar| lO SBpjll 30a 8 09a lgp! Ar.. Chicago .T,v 7 OOp I son
8 0.,p 7 15o| Ar. Memphns .Lv| 8 20a 9 OOp
9 45a 7 10a)(Ar KansasCltyLvj 6 30p| 9 45p 4 12pl 3 OSallAr.. Mobile . .Lvj|l2 6Sp|l2 20
• (and unmni kvd tralMJ Uaily. 8 7 40a|[Ar N. Orteane Lvjj 7 85*| *
t Dally except Sunday. 6 OOpiT2oaijlTv Savannah Ar||lo 15a 13 10*
ISunday only. 1 45a112 Sop]|Ar.. Tifton ...Lv|| 2 15a 5 20p
Through Pullman “Sleeping Car Service 3 45a 2. lOp! j Ar.. Albany ..Lv||l3 Ola 346 p
to North. East and West, and to Florida j 5 20p||Ar Columbue —•— 1# 00*
Uonneetlons ma.le nt l*,rt Tnuipa with steamera tin* key Weat and
Havana. Lenvlnig l*urt Ttimiut Slondliys, T’huratlaya i.uil Nntiirdaya at
11 tOO |i. ill.
.1. H. PolhemUß* T. P. A.; E. A. Armand. City Tkt. Agt.. De Soto Hotel. Phone 73.
B. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, (la.
McDonough & ballantynis,
Iron Founders, [Machinists,
UlarAsiultlia, netlermzjceee, manufacturer* of Station
err and Portable EcgiiiM, Vertical and 'Pop Huanln* '
Wr MIU., Sugar Mill sad Pass, Mi* It Ing, rallcye, eta. -V
. - TELEPHONE NO. 123.
Jacksonville and Sanfonl anything but
Capt. Shaw has appealed over and over
again to the proper authorities for the re
moval or nt least Hie abatement of th©
nuisance, but no action has yet been tak
en beyond a hasty inspection and limited
experiments. \Lleut. Markham of • lie
United Slates Engineer Corps, in the office
at St. Augustine, says there is no money
available to use in removing tho pest. Tim
government propose*, however, to build a
hyacinth boat to aid in the proposed exter
mination; meanwhile some experiment*
will I** tried on the Upper St. John's- with
chemical destroyers' of the hyacinths.
Lieut. Markham, who evidently knows
very little alout (he magnitude of the pest,
suggests that steamboat and sawmill men
send out gongs with scythes and cut loose
the interlocked masse* so that In detached
bunches they will float down the river and
out Into salt water where they Will be
destroyed. There is very little comfort
in this suggestion, fdr the detaching plan
Is old und lias proved a more temporary
and expensive method of relief, ns have
all other simple arid inexpensive plans
Now*, there Is but one thing to be done,
end that must be done a* soon as Con
gress assembles. At least $200,000 must ba
appropriated to Inaugurate the work of
final extermination, and as the Work pro
gresses other large ums will have to be
added. It is no boy's play—-no holiday af
fair, but the magnitude of the evil and
Its rapid growth call for immediate ac
tion. and that to be final extermination.
There Is but one wny to accomplish this
much deaf red object. The work must b*
started at the very source of the Bt. John’s
river and every creek and stream and
cove, etc., from that source lo the o< an
must be cleaned out. Not a single hya
cinth must be left to propagate anew
crop. For myself I would not take the
contract for $300,000, for f urn convinced
that the job finally' completed In a proper
manner Will, If undertaken, cost the gov
ernment a million dollars or very near
that amount. This i* a Wg sum. but tho
St. John’s river is a big river, big enter
prises line its banks and demand an open
water course whenever needed. This Is
no hasty view* of the matter, but the re
sult of long and thorough investigation.
CHOCKED IIY A LIZARD.
If Caine Up In Her Throat Time and
From the New York Press.
Marcus Hook, Pa., July 24.—While
drinking water several weeks ago Mrs.
Anna M. Jones swallowed a small lizard.
The reptile lived and thrived Inside of the
woman, and after a few day* made Its
presence felt. Several times It climbed up
Into her throat. Physicians were cal ed,
and every possible means for dislodging
the lizard were tried, but without ovall.
The reptile successfully resisted all the
devices of the doctors to bring It out.
Medicine* were administered which It
was thought would kill It, but Mrs. Jones
continued to be aware of it* presence lu
her stomach, and could describe Its move
ments from hour to hour. Sometimes she
felt the lizard dangerously close to her
throat again, and she lived In constant
fear that Itv one of these upward excur
sions of the creature she would be choked
This fear gjew upon her, and her men
ial cond*£(pv> became pitiable. She would
awake a*, tne middle of the night and cry
out tTiat she was choking, and then be re
lieved by the departure of the lizard for
other portions of her body. After thcee
frequent scares the woman became ex
Last night she complained of a choking
sensation. A physician w* summoned
hurriedly,, but before his urrlval the wo
man had died In great agony. The strang
est part of the case Is that the do-tors
were able to find ho evidence of strangu
lation. All autopsy may throw more light
upon the mystery by locating Iho where
abouts of the lizard. The autopsy will be
Physicians are divided In their opinions.
Some believe that the lizard did actually
try to force his way to the outer world
again through the woman’s throat, and
actually choked her to death. There are
others, however, who think that Mrs.
Jones dread of a violent death had so tak
en possession of her that It affected her
heart, snd that she died of heart failure
while Imagining that she was choking.
ANGERED ADMIRAL KE6IPKF.
Rrltlsli Salute Cat Hint Off With Too
London, July 21.—The Globe’s naval cor
respondent at Taku writes;
“Admiral KetnplT has raised a storm In
a teacup on the salute question. Ho Is
second Ip command of the station, and
thus enltled to eleven gun* as reur ad
miral, and this was recently given him
by the EtvJymWo, ut Jokotwrnu. 110
Schedules Effective Juno 10, 1960.
Trains arrive at and depart from
Central Station, Went Broud, foot of
90th Meridian Time—One hour slower than
Leave - “ Arrive
Savannah: B&vannahs j
| Mac on, Atlanta]' Oovtng-j I
•8 *sam|ton, Milledgevllle and Jl|*6 OOpta
jlntermedluie points. | ,
|Mlllen, Augusta and In- I
f8 45am| tar media to points. 0! OOpta
(Augusta. Macon, Mocrt- ’
(gomery, Atlanta, Athens.
•8 OOpm|Columbus, Birmingham.i*o OOonj
lAmorlcus. Eufaula and)
JTroy. I j
(Types Special from Au-|
|6 15ptn|gusta Sunday only. |BIO 2&ai(l
t 8 00pro| Dover Accommodation. |t7 48am
$2 OOpmJ Guyton Dinner Train [ti
•Daily. tExcept Sunday. tSunday oiiiy,
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND TfBEE.
75th meridian or Savannah city time.
Week Days—4l.2o a. or., iO.aj a . m., 3:35 pv
ni . 6:25 p. in , 6:60 p. m., 8.25 p. in.
Sundays—^7:4s a. in., 10:06 a in., 12:96 pi
m., 3:35 p. in., 5:25 p. m., 6:50 p. m g.<js
LEAVE TYBEE. i
Week Days—6:oo a. m., 8:00 a. m., 11:13
am., 5:15 p m.. 7:40 p. m, 10:K> p. m.
Sundays—6:oo a. m., 8:35 a. in., 11:10 . 1
m, 1:00 p rn., 5:50 p. m., 7;40 p. m., 10:13
Etn. _ , ;.i
Connections made at termlual points
with all trains Northwest, Wist and
Sleeping cars on night trains between
Savannah and Augusta, Macon, Atlanta
Parlor cars on day trains between Sa
vsnnab, Macon and Atlanta.
For compleia Information, schedules,
rales and connections, apply to
W. G. BREWER, City Tleket and Pass,
enger Agent, 107 Bull street.
W. R McINTYRE, Depot Ticket Agent.
J C. HAILE. General Pnasenger Agent.
E. H. HINTON, Trafflo Manager.
TIIKO. D. KLINE, Gen. Superintendent,
Wool, Hides Wax,
Highest market prices paid. Georgia
Syrup for sal*.
A. EHRLICH & BHO;
Wholesale Grocers and Liquor
Ul. 113.115 Bay street, wort.
1,000,000 HIDES WANim
DRY FLINTS 14140
DRY SALTS 1864,,
GREEN SALTED 6%0
417 to 421 St. Julian street, west
claimed thirteen guns, stating that no
American admiral got eleven guns, their
value being: Admiral, seventeen; vice ad*
mlral, fifteen; rear admiral, thirteen.
"To this protest Rear Admiral Kempjf
was Informed that the captuin of tni
Endymion would give him as many gun#
as he wanted. If there was sufficient pow
der on the ship, hut until America pub
lished Its regulations we hud to go by,
"The Orlando, arriving at Taku, knew
nothing of this squabble, and rubbed K
In by saluting the Chinese Rear Admiral
with thirteen guns, then the Russian rear
admiral with thirteen ,und then the Unlt
ed Stales rear admiral with eleven guns.
The Newark hud the good taste to return
—Sir Robert Biditulph, who will relin
quish the governorship of Gibraltar to bn
taken over by Sir Oeorge White, Is a
Brlilsli general who has achieved a great
reputation as tin administrator, but who
lm* not seen much fighting. He was ap
pointed to the command of "The Rolck’’
In 1893. He has been Inspector general of
recruiting, quartermaster general and di
rector of military education—high admin
istrative posttii which he bus tilled with