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New York Slock List.
Atchison 26%| Union Pacific .... 59%
do pref mi do Ptef 75%
Balt & Ohio ... 74%i Wabash 6%
_'an. Pa*? 87 | do pref 114*
'an So 48%1 Wheel. & L. E. . 8 s *
"hes A: Ohio ... 27% do 2nd pref 23*,
Chi G. W 11 |Wls. Cent 14
Chi. B. & Q 126% : Third Avenue ...109
Chi Ind. & L... 21 jAdams Express .134
,lo pref 51 I Am. Express ....156
Chi E. & 111 91 jUnited States ... 45
r'i & Nw 161 jWells Fargo 122
C K 1 & P 106 | Am. Cot. Oil 33%
C C, C. & St. L. 57%! do pref 88%
'do Ist pref 41% ! Am. Malting .... 4
Col So %| do pref 21
do 2nd pref. ... 16 |Am. S. & Refng.. 36%
pel. & Hudson...ll2 jdo pref 88%
pel L. &VV 176 |Am. Spirits It*
pen- & R. G I*l4l do pref . 17
do pref 66%|Am. Steel Hoop.. 18%
Erie 10*41 do pref 6
do pref 321*1 Am. S. & Wire.. 33 s *
Gt. Nor. pref. ...152 l do pref 7.1
Hock. Coal 13*21 Am. Tin Plate .. 22%
Hock. Valley .... 33%j do pref 76
Illinois Cent. ...116}* Ant .Tohacdo 93%
Icnva Central ... 18%j do pref 128
do pref 42 |Ana. Min. Cos. .. 44
K. C. P. & G— 15%|Brook. R. T 57%
E. Erie & W r 27%!C01. F. & Iron 36■*
do pref 94 |Cont. Tobacco .. 25%
Lake Shore 209 | do pref 77%
j,. & N 11'AjFederal Steel 33%
Man. L 90%| do pref 66
Met St. Ry 154V4|Gen. Electric 131%
Mex Central ... ll%!Glucose Sugar ... 53%
Minn. & St. L... 56 | do pref 98
do pref 94 jlntl. Paper 22%
Mo Pacific 5114! do pref 65
Mobile & Ohio .. 38 | Laclede Gas 73
.Mo K. & T. ... 9%|National Biscuit. 31%
do pref 30%j do pref 85
N. J. Central... 129 iNational Lead ... 15%
N. Y. Central ...12W4| do pref 90
Nor. & West. ... 3372iNational Steel ... 25
do pref 75 | do pref 83%
No. Pacific 51%jN. Y. Air Brake.l34
do pref 71 |North Am 15%
Ont. & W 2U%jPaeific Coast 52
Ore. R. & Nav. .42 | do Ist pref 85
do pref 76 j do 2nd pref. ... 62
Pennsylvania ...128%|Pacific Mall 30%
Reading 16%lPeople's Gas 99V*
do Ist pref. ... 68%jPress. S. Car .... 40
do 2nd pref. ... 28 | do pref 71%
Rio G. West. ... 63 jPull. Pal. Car... 185
do pref 90 |S. Rope & T 5
St. L. & San F.. 9%;Sugar 124%
do Ist pref. ... 66 | do pref 116
do 2nd pref. ... 33%|Tenn. Coal & 1.. 7U’4
St. L. Sw 10%;U. S. Leather ... 10%
do pref 26%J do pref 68%
St. Paul 111%!U. S. Rubber ... 28
do pref 170 j do pref 92%
St. P. & Om 112 [West. Union 79%
So. Pacific 33% ; R. I. & S 10%
So. Ry 10%1 do pref 51
do pref 51%| P. C. C. & St.' L. 50
Tex. & Pacific... 14 |
PS. 2s, ref.reg.lo3%] 2nds 66%|
do 2s, cou. ...103%| do do 4s 91%
do 2s, reg. ...100 |N. Y. Cen. lsts.loß%
do 3s, reg. . ..108%jv. J. C. gen. 55.122
do 3s. cou. ...108%lNo. Pa. 3s 65%
do new 4s,reg.l3l%|M & O. 4s bid.. 84
do row 3s,cou. 131% do do 4s 104
do cid 4s. reg.ll4%lN. Y.. C. & St.
do old 45,c0u.114%! L - 4s 107%
do ss, reg. ..112%;N. & W. con. 4s. 97%
do ss. cou. ...112%j Ore. Nav. lsts ..109
P. if C. 3 66s ..122 i do do 4s 102%
Ateh gen. 4s ..101 |Ore. S. L. 6s ...125%
do adjt. 4s ...84 | dodo con. 5s ..112
C of G. con.ss. 92 |Read. Gen. 4s .. 87%
do Ist inc. bid. 44 |R. G. W. lsts .. 98%
do 2nd Inc. .. 12%;St. L. Ir. M.
can. So. 2nds ..108 | con. 5s 110%
C. & O. 4%s ... 99}*[St. L. & S. F.
do do 5s 116%j gen. 6s 122
C. & Nw.c0n.75.139 jst. P. cons. .. .167
C. & Nw. S. F. jSt. P., C. & P.
Deb. os 122 | lsts 117
('hi. Tirm. 4s . 92%: do do do 5s ...118%
Col. So. 4s .. .. 82%j50. Pa. 4s 78%
D. & R. G. lsts.lo2 So. Ry. 5s 108%
do do 4s 98 |S. Rope & T. 6s. 68
Erie Gen. 4s ..68 |T. & Pa. lsts ..111'%
F. W. & D. C. | do do 2nds ... 55
lsts 71% Un. Pa. 4s .105%
Gn. Elec. 5s ..115%! Wabash lets ...116%
lowa Cen. lsts .113 | do 2nds 101
K C., P. &G. jw’est Shore 4s ..112
lsts 69 |Wls. Cen. lsts .. 88%
L. & N. Units. 98%|Va. Centuries .. 89%
Mo.. K. & T. |
New York, Aug. 10. —Standard Oil 533®
Note.—These quotations are revised
daily, and 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
Country nntl Northern Produce.
POULTRY—The market is steady. Quo
tations: Broilers. 20@25c per pair; half
grown, Ss@4oc; three-fourths grown, 4o@
60c; hens. sS@6sc; roosters, 40c; ducks,
geeee and turkeys nut of season.
EGGS—Steady at 12®13c.
BUTTER—Tne tone of the market is
steady. Quotations; Cooking, 18c>; extra
dairies, 19<820c; extra Elgins, 22c.
CHEESE—Market firm; fancy full
cream cheese. 12@12%c for 20 to 22-pound
average; 28'pan-pound average. U%®l2c.
ONIONS—YeIIow, in barrels. $firstname.lastname@example.org.
BEANS—Navy or peas, $2.25®2.50 per
IRISH POTATOES—New, No. 1, *1.75®
2.00 per barrel.
CABBAGE—3®7c head; receipts exceed
Hreadatnff*. Hay and Grain.
FLOUR—Market firm and advancing;
patent, $4.75; 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,
sacks, $1.30; pearl grits. Hudnuts'. per
barrel, $2.95; per sack, $1,37’%; sundry
brands, $1.32% sack.
CORN—Market firm, white, Job lots,
65c; carload lotß, 63c; mixed corn,'job lots,
64c; carload lots. 62c.
RICE— Market steady, demand fair;
fancy head, 6c; fancy, 5%c.
Good 4V.® 4%
Fair 4 @4%
Common . 3%
OATS—No. 2 mixed, carload, 35c; Job
lots. 37c; white clipped, 38c, oars; 40c Job.
BRAN—Job lots, $1.0o; carload lots,
HAY—Market steady; No. 1. timothy,
95c Job; 90 cars; No. 2,90 c Job; 85 cars.
Kaeon, Hams and Lard.
BACON-Market firm; D. S. C. R. sides,
*%c; D. S, bellies, 9c (Eastern); D. S. bel
lies, B%c (Western); smoked C. R. sides,
HAMS—Sugar cured, 12%@13c.
LARD—Pure, In tierces, 8c; in SO-pound
tins and 80-pound tubs, B%c; compound,
in tierces, 6%c; 50-pound tins and 80-pound
Sugar and Coffee.
PUOAR—Board of Trade quotations:
leof 6.7S' ( Diamond A 6.18
Crushed 6.7* l Conff'i , tiom , rs’ A 6 18
Powered 6.1H1 White Extra C..5.W
XXXX. pow’d .6.l*v Extra C 5.88
*9and. gran ... ,6..iß|Golden C 573
r lh e 6.53| Yellows 5.63
Would A 6.53|
OFFEE—Board of Trade quotations:
Woo ha 26c | Prime. No. 3 ...ll%c
J ,v a 26c |Good, No. 4 ~..11%c
F“uherry 14%c Fair. No. 5 11 c
Fancy No. 1... .12%c[Ordlnary, No. 6.10%c
choice. No. 2...12c |Common, No. 7.10%c
Hardware nntl Ruidliiu Supplir*
I-IMK, CALCIUM, PLASTER AND
CEMENT— Alabama and Georgia limp in
fair demand and jwll at 80 cents a barrel;
•peclal calcined plaster, SI.OO per barrel;
hair. 4 Tibc. Rosedale cement, $1.20*51.25;
carload lota, ppecial; Portland cement, re
tail. $2 25; carload lots. $2.00(Ji2.20.
DUMBER P. O. B VESSELS SAVAN
NAH—Minimum, yard Mzea, $10.o0<J? 11.00;
car Bill*. different sizes, $ll.OO
JUMKj. ship utock. $18.00$22.00; uawn ties,
Kuns-8.5n; hewn ties, 35538 c.
Oil,—Market steady; demand fair; siß
jul. 4R5500; West Virginia black. 9$ 12c;
lard. 66c; noatefoot, tsos7oc; machinery. 16
v‘-6c; linseed oil. raw, 37V$c; boiled. 76c;
Kerosene, prime white, 15c; water whlt©
14c, Pratt’s astral, 15c; deodorized stove
Trains Arrive and Depart Savannah on $0 th Meridian Time One Hour Slower
Than Cl ty Time.
Schedules In Effect Sunday. June 10. 1900.
JREAI) DOWN;! ' TO TH E EAST [| READ UP.
N0.34 | No. 36 || No. 36 N0.33
I || (Central Time.)
13 20pm|12 20am iLv Savannah Ar | 5 10am| 3 15pra
, I 11 (Eastern Time.) I
. 21pm! 4 2Sam ; Ar Blackville. Lv | 3 OOarn 1 37pm
6 06pm| 6 10ani Ar Columbia Lv j 1 25am 11 25am
9 lopcnj 9 45am; Ar Charlotte Lv i 9 55pm 8 10am
“ 44pm112 23pm Ar Greensboro Lv | 7 10pm 5 48am
8 08am|......... Ar Nor f o 1 k
li 51am l 38pm Ar Dan villa '4 SBam
6 00ami 6 25jvm Ar Rlc It inond Lvlll2 01pro|U tOpm
- 46imi 3 43t.ni ~\r Lynchburg Lv|| 3 Hptnl 2 Mam
4 3oam| o 35pm!jAr Charlottesville Lvji 2 06pm 12 sipm
1 8 50pm Ar Washington Lv [ll 16am 9 50pm
9 15am 1] 35pm Ar B altimore Lv|| 8 22am 8 27pm
11 asam| 2 66am.;Ar Philadelphia Lv|;3 50am 6 C6pm
i 6 2iam lAr New York LvjilS 10am 325 pm
8 30pm| 3 00ptn|[Ai Boston Lv|| 5 00pm 10 10am
No - 3 II TO THE NORTH AND WEST. || N0.35
12 20am||Lv Savannah Ar|| 5 lflam
U (Easter n Time.) j|
6 30am,(Lv Columbia Lv]| 1 25am
9 50amj|Lv Spattanburg Lvj| 6 15pm
Asheville Lvjj 306 pm
4 02pmJ| Ar Hot Bprings Lv![ll 45am
l 11 Ar Knoxville Lv, 8 -6am
5 10am:|Ar Lexington I Lv| 10 30pm
7 4aam;|Ar Cincinnati Lv| 8 00pm
7 50am 1 1 Ar Louisville Lvj 7 45pm
6 00pm Ar st. Louis Lv| 8 Obam
All trains arrive and depart from the Plant System Station.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE, ETC.
TRAINS 33 AND 34 DAILY, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS Vestl
buled limited trains, with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Bavan.
nah and New Y'ork. Connects st Washington with Colonial Express for Boaton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotte and Richmond and Charlotte and Nor
folk. Dining Cars serve all meals tietween Savannah and Washington.
TRAINS 35 AND 36 DAILY, THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL Vestibuled
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 Sleeping Ca rs between Savannah and Cincinnati,
through Asheville and “The Land of the Sky."
For complete information as to rales, schedules, etc., apply to
G. GROOVER. Ticket Agent, Plant System Station.
JAMES FREEMAN, C. P. and T. A. 141 Bull street. Telephones-Bell. 850;
S. H HARDWICK. Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta. Ga.
MURPHY & CO., INC.,
Board of Trade Building, Savannah.
Private leased wires direct to New York,
Chicago and New Orleans.
COTTON, STOCKS AND GRAIN.
New York office. No. 61 Broadway.
Offices in principal cities throughout the
South. Write for our Market Manual and
book containing instructions for traders.
gasoline, drums, 12%c; empty oil barrels,
GUN POWDER—Per keg, Austin crack
shot, $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, $5.75; 1-pound
canisters, $1.00; less 25 per cent.; Troisdorf
smokeless powder, l-pound cans, *1.00; 10-
pound cans. 90c pound.
SHOT—Drop, st.so; B. B. and large, $1.75;
IRON—Market very steady; Swede, o’%c.
NAILS—Cut. $2.60 base; wire, $2.85 base.
BARBED WIRE—S3.SO per 100 pounds,
straight goods, 23@30c; sugar house mo
HONEY— Fair demand; strained, in bar
rels, 55@60e gallon.
High wine basis. $1.25.
Fruits and Nuts.
APPLES—Orange pippin, $2.50©3.00.
MELONS—S6.KgI2.OO per 100,
PEACHES—Six-basket carriers, 75c®
$1.26; fancy free stone, $email@example.com.
PINEAPPLES—S2.OO®2.SO per standard
LEMONS—Market steady at $4.5005.00.
NUTS—Almonds. Tarragona, 16c; Ivicas,
16c; walnuts, French, 12c; Naples, 12c; pe
cans, 12c; Brazils, 7c; filberts, 13c; assort
ed nuts. 50-pound and 25-pound boxes, 10c.
PEANUTS—AmpIe stock, fair demand;
market firm; fancy hand-picked, Virginia,
per pound, 4%c; hand-picked, Virginia, ex
tras, 3%c; N. C. seed peanuts, 4c.
RAISINS—L. L., $2.00; imperial cabinets,
$2.25; loose, 50-pound boxes, B®B%c pound.
Dried unit Evaporated Fruits.
APPLES—Evaporated, 7%@Bc; sun-dried,
PEACHES—Evaporated, pealed, 17%c;
APRlCOTS—Evaporated, 15c pound; nec
Cotton RsKglng and Ties.
BAGGING—Market firm; jute, 2%-
pound, 9%c; large lots, 9%c; small lots,
2-pound, B%@9c; 1%-pound, 8%@8%c; sea
island bagging. 12%c.
TlES—Standard, 45-pound, arrow, largo
lots, $1.40; small lots, $1.50.
halt. Hides nnd Wool.
SALT—Demand is fair and the market
steady; carload lots, 100-pound burlap
sacks. 41c; 100-pound sotton sack, 42c;
125-pound burlap sacks, 51c; 125-pound
cotton sacks, 52c; 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,
16c; burry, 10c. Wax, 25c; tallow, 3%c.
Deer skins, 20c.
FlSH— Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$9.50; No. 2, $8.00; No. 3, s6*so; kits, No. 1,
$1.40; No. 2, $1.25; No. 3.85 c. Codfish,
1-pound bricks, 6%c; 2-pound bricks, 6c.
Smoked herrings, per box, 20c. Dutch her
ring, in kegs, $1.10; new mullets, half
SYRUP—Market quiet: Georgia and
Florida syrup, buying at 28®30c; selling at
32®35c; sugar house at 10@15c; selling at
COTTON—Savannah to Boston, per
bale, 25c; to New York, 20c; to Philadel
phia, per bale, $100; to Baltimore, per
bale, $1.00; via New Y'ork—Bremen, 50c;
Genoa, 43c; Liverpool, 40c; Reval. 60c; di
rect. Bremen. 42c.
LUMBER— By Sail—Freights dull; lo
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, SB.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 gal
lons gross and 5 per cent, primage. Larger
vessels, rosin, 2s 9d; spirits, 4s. Steam, lie
per 100 pounds on rosin; 21%c on spirits,
Savannah to Boston, and 9%0, on rosin
and 19c on spirits to New York.
GRAIN. PROVISIONS. ETC.
New York, Aug. 10.-Flour market
steady but very slow with buyers and
sellers, 15c apart. Rice Hour steady Corn
meal firm; yellow Western, 90c. Rye quiet.
I atl y steady
Parley malt dull.
Wheat spot firm; No. 2 red, 80%r; op
tions were steady to firm all day with a
very light speculative trade. Early for
eign buying together with the strength
in corn, further rains In the Northwest,
ml r.new and demand furnished the fac
tors Closed steady at a partial %c net
advance. Sal s included No. 2 red, Sep
tember closed 81 %c; December 83c.
Corn spots str ng, No. 2, 46%<; options
strong and higher on sensational crop
news from Kansas and Nebraska, owing
to hot weather, closed strong at %®%c
net advance. September closed 44%e; De
Oats spot firm; No. 2, 26%c; options
firmer with corn.
Be. f steady. Cut meats firm.
l ard steady: Western steamed, 7.05 c;
tamed, <asy; continent, 7.30 c; South
American. 8.0 e; compound, 6%®6%c.
Cheese strong. Large white, 9%c; small
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1990.
Turpentine steady, 42®42%c.
Coffee steady; No. 7 invoice, 9%c; mild
steady; Cordova nominal.
Sugar raw' firm; fair refining, 4 35-16 c;
centrifugal, 96-test, 4%c. Molasses sugar
4c; refined firm. The market for coffee
futures opened steady at an advance of
5®15 points, ruled fairly active and 10®2)
points higher on renswtd covering. Clos
ing cables fall to give support and spot
demand and public speculatlonw.were bet
ter. Closing firm with prices 15 to IS points
net higher. Total sales 28,750 bags, Includ
ing August, 7.80; September, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Butter firm; creamery, 17@20c; state
Eggs steady; state and Pennsylvania
at mark, 14®17c; Western at mark, 11®
13%e for average lots.
Potatoes steady; Southern, $1.25®1.75;
Long Island, $! ,62%®1.75.
Peanuts steady; fancy hand picked, 4c;
other domestic, 2%®4c.
Cabbages quiet; Long Island per 100,
Cotton by steam to Liverpool, 25c.
New York, Aug. 10.—Cotton seed oil was
inactive and about steady. Prime sum
mer yellow, 35c; off summer yellow, 34%c;
prime winter yellow, 40@40%c; prime
white, 89@40e; prime meal, $25.
Chicago, Aug. 10.—Corn monopolized the
attention of traders on ’Change to-day.
Reports of disaster to the crop on ac
count of the long prevailing drought and
extreme heat added another %c to the
previous price. Wheat did not entirely
recover from the effects of an unlooked
for decline at Bc, and closed %®%c lower.
Oats advanced %®%c. Provisions de
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Wheat No. 2
Aug .... 75’%
Sept 75%@76 76% 75% 76
Oct 76%@77 ' 77% 76%®76% 76%
Corn No. 2
Aug 39% 40 39% 39%
Sept 39@39% 39% 39 39%
Oct 38’%@38% 39% 88% 89®39%
Oats No. 2
Aug ......21% 22 21% 22
Sept 22%®22% 22% 22% 22%
Oct 22% 22% 22% 22%
Mess pork, per barrel—
Sept ....sll 70 $1175 sll 67% $1172%
Oct 11 75 11 80 11 72% 11 80
Lard, per 100 pounds—
Sept .... 6 72% 675 6 72% 6 72%
Oct 6 80 6 80 6 75 6 78%
Jan 665 665 665 660
Short ribs, per 100 pounds—
Sept .... 710 7 12% 7 07% 7 12%
Oct 7 05 7 07% 7 05 7 07%
Jan 6 05 605
Cash quotations were as follows; Flour
steady; No. 2 spring wheat, 75c; No. 3,
70c; No. 2 red, 76©77%c; No. 2 corn,
4(>%@41%c; No. 2 yellow, 41%c; No. 2 oats.
22%c; No. 2 white, 24’,*c; No. 3 white, 22%c;
No. 2 rye, 49%c; good feeding barley, 35c;
fair to choice malting, 39®44c; No. 1 flax
seed, $1.34; No. 1 Northwestern, $1.34; prime
timothy seed, $3.30® $3.40; mess pork, per
bbl.. $11.70®511.75; lard, per 100 lbs., $6 70®
$6 72%; short rib sides (loose), $7.05®7.35;
dry salted, 6%c; shoulders (boxed), $7.60;
whiskey, basis of high wines, unchanged;
butter, firm; creameries, 15®20c; dairies,
14®17c; cheese, firm, 9%®11c; eggs, firm;
Matters of Interest to llilpplng Men
It has been decided by the Lighthouse
Board to maintain a lightship In commis
sion at all times at one of the lighthouse
depots of the Fifth District, with head
quarters at Baltimore, No. 69, rebuilt by
the Spedden Shipbuilding Company, is
now fitting out to relieve No. 71 on Dia
mond shoals. Hereafter a lightship will
be kept on that shoal for three months
only, and then relieved by another. No.
69 and No. 71 will alternate at this duty.
Mate James Adams, of No. 71, has ur
rlved et Baltimore and taken charge of
No. 69. While one or the other Is there
in commission it will he held In reserve
for any demand that may be made for a
lightship on one of the many stations In
the Fourth and Fifth Districts. The re
serve ship will be ready to leave ae soon
The Italian ship Marta Raffo, Capt.
Ramondo, was shifted to slip No. 1 of
the Seaboard Air Lin* terminals yester
day, where she will begin loading with
naval stores to-day.
The Italian hark Angelo Castellano wig
shifted to the Georgia Lumber Company’s
dock yesterday, where she will begin
loading with lumber to-day for Alicante.
The steamer W. S. Cook, Cap!. Curry,
arrived yesterday from up-river points
with a considerable lot of naval atores
and other freight.
Passengers l>y Steamships.
Passengers by steamship City of Bir
mingham. New York for Savannah, Aug
B—J. A. Jones, W Kllng, H. Scherer,
Mrs. C. Ackerman, M. H. Wellman, O.
J Massey, Mrs. F. Brown, M. Blumen
thal. J. Keiley and wife, J. B. Hallalze,
M. E. Jordan. M. Krone. Mra. M, R.
Penfleld. P. B. Finney, Mrs. F. Brown,
S M Day, James Lackey, Mrs. K. Stein
er. A J. Connell. M. E. Klaman, A
lainlere. C. Chichero, J. Chit-hero, 8.
I Sun rises at 6:21 a. m., and seta at 6:48
Trains operated by 90th meridian lime- One hour slower than city time.
NORTH AND EAST. |44 |6O . SOUTH & FLORIDA POINTS] 27 j 51
Lv Savannah |l2 3Sp|fi 59p Lv. Savannah | 5 08a; 3 trip
Ar Fairfax ’ | 2 tsp| 154 j Ar. Darien |l2 3()p| 6 OOp
Ar Augusta 9 4 p 6 55a ! At-. Brunswick || 8 05a! 6 2*>r>
Ar Columbia j 4 38p, 4 36a Ar. Fernandina | 9 30a| 9 06p
Ar Asheville 1 12 lup Ar. Jacksonville | 9 10a| 7 4t)p
Ar Hamlet | 9 05p| 9 2)a Ar. St. Augustine |!0 30a|
Ar Raleigh jll 40pjll 56a Ar. Wuldo 11 25a 10 tip
Ar Richmond I 5 lea 5 top Ar. Gainesville |l2 01n|
Ar Norfolk 7 34a 5 51p Ar. Cedar Key j 0 35p
Ar Portmouth ~| 7 25a 6 OOp i Ar. Ocala | 1 40p! 1 15a
Ar Washington | 8 45a 9 30p Ar. Wildwood | 2 32pl 340 p
Ar Baltimore 10 OSa|U 35p 1 Ar. Leesburg | 3 10pj 4 30 i
Ar* Philadelphia jli 30p 2 f6* Ar. Orlando | 5 OOp 8 JO.i
Ar New York , 3 nip 6 13a Ar. Plant City | 4 44|; 5 28a
Ar Boston | 9 OOp : 30p Ar. Tampa | 5 30p| 6 30a
WFST \Bjri VOttTUWP4T va t ■-7 " 4r " Lake t itj 11 28a 9 35p
\4.. I AND NOHTHwCSI Not .0..7 Ar. Live Oak jl2 18p 10 30p
Lv Savannah | 6 30p| 7 25a Ar. Madison | 1 19p 2 30a
Ar Statesboro I 9 15p; 9 45a Ar. Moutlcello | S 20p’ 4 4a
Ar Collins | 8 4Kp 9 45a Ar. Tallahassee | 3 38p| 6 Ooa
Ar Helena |lO SOpill 45a Ar. River Junction | 5 25p| 9 40a
Ar Macon ; 3 05a; 4 15;) Ar. Pensacola jll 00p| 6 30p
Ar Atlanta | 5 20ai 7 35p
Ar Chattanooga | 9 45a| 1 00a
Ar Abbeville | 12 36p Trains arrive at Savannah from North
,wT ald ! !* and East-No. 27. sa. m.; No. 31. 257 p. m ;
Ar j 3 lOp from Florida points. UruiiHwick and Da
<s<J l l " rnbus i 1 ■ r > rlen—No. 44. 12 27 p. m; No 66. 11 50 p. m.;
Ar Albany | | 320 p
Ar Montgomery | I 7 40p 1 from th© West and Northwest—No. 18,
Ar Birmingham 11 35a|122.0nt 825 p. m.; No. 20. 840 a. m.
ir N f °w'orieans t i Ma * nimowu bu(iet parior cßrs ° n * rains
Ar Cincinnati | 7 30p 4 05p ' if an<l 18 between Savannah and Mont-
Ar St. Eouis j 7 20aj 7 16p gomery.
Trains 31 and 44 carry through Pullman sleeper tnd day coaches i<> New York,
including dining car servica
Trains 27 and 68 carry through Pullman si epers to Now York, and through
coaches to Washington.
For full information, apply to
W. P. SCRUGGS. P & T. A.. WM BUTLER, JR.. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
Phone No. 28— Bull and Bryan streets. Savannah. Ga—Phone No. 28.
E. ST. JOHN, V. P. & G. M. Portsmouth. Va., 1,. S. ALLEN, G. P. A.
High water at Tyboe to-day at 7:46 h.
m. and 8:10 p. m. High water at Savan
nah one hour later.
PhuseH of the Moou for Anirnnt.
D. H. M.
First quarter 3 10 45 morn.
Full moon 10 3 30 eve.
Last quarter 17 6 46 morn.
New moon 24 9 52 eve.
Moon Perigee 12th. Moon Apogee 27th.
ARRIVALS AM) DEPARTURES.
VeanrlN Arrived Yesterday.
Bark Zeflro (Ital), Paturzo, Cette.—
Strachan & Cos.
Vessels Went to Sea.
Schooner Chas. K. Schull, Clark, New
Fernandina. Fla.. Aug. 10.—Arrived,
schooner Mary E. Herman, Thomaston.
Cleared, schooners M. V. B. Chase, Bar
tow, Philadelphia; Helen Montague,
Adams, New' York.
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 10.—Arrived, steam
ers Sanna (Nor). Wahlberg, New Orleans;
MongibeNo (Ital). Ijavatelit, New York;
King David (Br>. Porteoua. Mobile.
Sailed, steamers Sanna (Nor), Wahl
berg, Rotterdam; Buenaventura, New
Jacksonville. Aug. 10 —Cleared, schooner
John S. Davis, Ellis, Newark.
Key West. Fla., Aug. 10.—Arrived,
steamers Maacotte, White. Port
sailed for Havana; Fanita, Thompson,
Sugua and sailed for Punta Rassa.
Sailed, steamer Dar*. Johnson, Belize;
tug Dauntless. Floyd. Punta Rassa, with
schooner B. Frank Neally in tow; schoon
er Dr. Linkes. Panler, Punta Rassa.
Charleston, S. 0., Aug. 10.— Arrived,
steamer Algonquin, Platt, Jacksonville,
proceeded to New York.
Cleared, schooner Emma C. Knowles,
Rodgers, Klizabe<thport, N. J.
Sailed, steamer Mount Oswald (Br),
Bond, Fernandinn; schooner Pasadena,
Higbee, New York.
Beaufort. S. C., Aug. 10.—Sailed. Dales
creek. British steamers Ormesby, and
Hexham for United Kingdom; sailed Boy
Point. 9th, schooner lola, Reppard, for
Apalachicola, Fla., Aug. 10.—Cleared,
harkentino Matador (Russ), Kurgur| Har
Baltimore, Aug. 10.—Arrived, State of
Swansea, Aug. 10.—Sailed, Everlngham.
Rotterdam, Aug. B.—Arrived, Arran
Liverpool, Aug. 8. -Arrived, Gracia,
Philadelphia, Aug. 10.—Sailed, Westover,
Newport News, Va.. Aug. 10— Arrived,
steamers Shawmut, Allen, Boston; Ara
Sailed, steamer Katahdin, Boston.
Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 10.—Sailed, steam
ship Maria (Span), Aramo, Liverpool; hark
Amerika (Nor), Marcusen, Port Natal
roads, for orders.
Notice to Marineri.
Pilot charts and all hydrographic infor
mation will be furnished masters of ves
sels free of charge in United States hy
drographic office in Custom House. Cap
tains are requested to call at the office.
Reports of wrecks and derelicts received
for transmission to the Navy Department.
VF/HELS IN PORT.
Kansas City, 2,164 tons. Fisher, New York.
—Ocean Steamship Company.
Itasca. 989 tons. Diggs, Baltimore.—J. J.
Maria Raffo (Ital), 1.309 tons, Ramondo; to
Id. n. s.—Dahl & Cos.
James G. Pendleton (Nor), 870 tons, Nich
uAaisen; eld. for —Master.
James A. Wright, 887 tons; Idg. lumber.—
Oscar (Nor), 720 tons, Schrader; ldg. n. s.
Paragon (Nor). 759 tons, Abrahamsen; ldg
n. h.—Paterson-Downing Company.
Passat (Nor), 854 tons, Aanontsen; to Id.
Angelo Castellano (Hal). 489 ton*, Cacace;
to Id. n. s.—Dahl & Cos.
Frieda (Ger), 1.148 tons. Folk; to Id. n.
Zeflro (Ital). 584 tons. loturzo; disc, bal
last.—Strachan A Cos.
Margaret A. May. 458 ton*. Jarvl*; Id*,
Humaroek, 399 tons, Campbell; Id*, lum
Edward J. Berwlnd, 1,024 ton*. Douglass;
Isaac N. Kerlln. 349 tons, Steelman; to Id.
Jennie Thomas, 676 tons, Coleman; 10 Id
Percy & Lillie, 479 tons, Anderson; to Id.
Harry A. Berwlnd, 911 tons, Wallace; to
Thos. F. Pollard. 677 tons, Leighton; to
Geo. Taulane. Jr.. 385 tons, McGee; to Id.
C. C. Wehrum. 376 tona, Cavalier; ldg.
lumber.—Howard & Cos.
John G. Schmidt. 450 tons. Norbury; Idg,
lumber.—Howard A Cos.
Samuel B Hubbard, 333 tona. Mehaffy.—
Howard A Cos.
Joeephine Klllcott, 343 tona, Hayc; idg.
Millie R. Bohannan, 652 tons, Smith; ldg.
Churt. H. Valentine, 536 tons, Jayne; ldg.
PASSING OP THE I'IIAIHIE DOG.
The Graziers Have Deelared a War
of Extermination Agnlnst Him.
From the Chl-ago Tribune.
The Agricultural Experiment Btatlon at
Lincoln. Neb., has just Issued o bulletin
which seals the fate of that picturesaue
little fellow, the prairie dog, the only ob
ject that gives vital Interest to the mo
notonous plains of the Far West. It Is
always a relief to run past a prairie dog
town In the interminably dull expanse of
cactus and soge brush, but Ills time has
come, and he must speedily become an ex
tinct animal, and the holes which have
one. known him shall know him no more
The industrial forces of civilization are
leagued against the prairie dog and it is
his own fault, for, innocent as he looks,
he is bad. Like Artemus Ward's kanga
roo, he Is an ’’amoosln’ little cuss,” but
he Is destructive. He kills out the grass,
end as that part of the country frequent
ed by the prairie dog Is almost entirely
used for grazing purposes, his extermina
tion has been ordered to save the land
from his ravages.
The bulletin gives the fatal prescription
in minute detail. First, dissolve three
ounces of strychnine and one-half pound
of potassium cyanide in one quart of
boiling water. Then add two quarts of
molasses and one teaspoonful of oil of
anise. Stir Then pour the solution over
a bushel of wheat, and while mixing it
together sprinkle in four pounds of finely
ground corn meal, which enables the
grains of wheat to carry a larger amount
of poison It Is u tempting menu for
Cynomys Ludoviclanus, but one teaspoon
ful at a hole ends the career of the whole
family, and the proportion given above
will dispose of a town of 600 acres, the
number of families to the acre ranging
from 50 to 150.
The bulletin further says that this year
the |x)isoning Is being done over a large
range of territory, and with gratifying re
sults, so that it is not Improbable In a
short time the last prairie dog will have
disappeared. The railroad Iraveler as he
crosses the great plains will miss llie
sight of the little fellows who have added
life and gayety to the otherwise monoto
nous scenery. But they should not have
been had. It Is to be regretted that the
learned bulletin was not sufficiently ex
plicit, It does not tell what becomes of
the prairie dog's boarders, the owl and
the rattlesnake, who, though never seen,
were once popularly believed to share
with him the comforts of home and to
dtvell together in delightful concord. Do
they also partake of the tempting meal
left nt the door and pass away with the
proprietor and his family, or do they ex
pire of grief as they witness the sad trag
Tile Boxers’ llluck Arts.
From the London Express.
Bom’ sensational details, showing how
the chi. f Boxers delude the natives into
the bell f that they are ’ lnvulnerables,''
have Just come to hand.
Asa matter of fact, it seems that they
make a regular business of the black alts
In the Far East, and rent rooms and give
exhibitions of marvelous cl* verness. which
they declare any Chinaman can repeat
himself if h .only pays a trifling sum
to them, and Joins the secret society of
the ’'Righteous Haimony Fists."
The other day a spy was smuggled Into
one of fhtse demons!: atlons, and he has
given (he following pro; hit: account of
his experiences on that occasion. Said he:
■'When we reached the place the master
Boxer and his followers were on their
knees saying prayers, during which they
threw <harms It,to water which they
drank. They declared that this made them
Invulnerable, and then th*,/ commenced
their exhibition, beginning with swallow
ing knives and so on.
‘ Th' n a man came forward and sake)
one of my ft finds to give film some blows
o i his stomach He gave him five blows,
but they did not appear to hurt him at
all. A brother of tr.ltie then asked to be
a lowed to try.
' The Boxer made no objection, where
upon mv brother, who Is a very muscular
roan, gave him two blows which very
much upset him; he could not stand a
"Another man got a chopper and began
striking his stomach with It. He, how
ever, t.ok care only lo strike the soft
part of his s'omach, and he. did himself
no harm It was Just like striking an In
dia rubber ball.
'Then the men was foolish enough to
ask som* cue to coop h!m on the arm,
saying thai It would do him no Injury.
He was chopped on the arm. with the
result that his arm was nearly cut In
' Besides this, ihey allow-d any one to
strike thim with a bundle of Iron bars,
When struck with the bundle they cannot
b hurt much, hut . tie out of our party
asked lo be allowe! to str ke a Boxer
with a single tar He got permission, and
gave the Boxer a blow which almost dis
—lf, as It Is rumored, the Kalserin goes
to England next month on a visit she will
probably take up her residence, at a well
known coast resort with her three young
est children, but ins will |tiy the Queen a
short visit. In order that the little Prin
cess Victoria may make her great-grand
mother’s acquaintance, as Her Majesty
has never seen the only daughter of her
Trains Operated by 90th Meridian Time—One Hour Slower Than City Tlmfc
RBAi) DOWN. Effective Aug. 5,1900. |j KEAPTJP
- I9g ifg |79 || North and South. || 23 j 35 jT6 | 111 | |IT '
t.,|. i_ i, v 5~46a| 3 05a 1., ...Savannah..... Ar,, . •* , . pliToajll 30p
1- loa|ll st*a; 4 ISpjlo 30a| 6 28a||Ar ...Charleston Lv||U 15p| 5 50a| 3 lup 7 41a 8 OOp
I J 33a| | J 25pj|Ar Richmond... Lv|| 9 05a| 6 48p| -
I I < hlal jll ..Washington... Lvjj 4 30a| 3 07p|
I I 8 30a| j l 03aj[Ar Baltimore Lvj| 2 55a| 1 46pj
1 110 35a> I 3 50a Ar ....Philadelphia.. Lv|;l2 20p|U 33pl
I I 1 15pj j 7 OOajjAr ....New York.... Lv|| 9 25p| 8 55a|
I I 8 30p| j 3 OOpjjAr Bosion Lv|i 1 00p ! 1200nt|
■" j Bj .3 : ■■ sVanr~~ m i*2 J_J*~
5 OOpj 3 2f.|> s 05a 5 20*| ;t l ;i||l.v tavamiah .... Ar|l 1 401|12 10a|12 lOpdl 50a 10 15a
8 (lip, 5 t.,p 10 50a| 7 .55a; 6 25a Ar Waycross..,. LV||lo 55p ; 5 4.5aj 5 45a 3 25a
12 50a| 9 ::op| 2 15p| 2 16p| 2 15p||Ar ..Thaiuasvllle Evp 7 oopj 7 :Op 5 45aj 5 )6a| 3 35a
10 .ii>|> 7 40p 12 50a 9 -fM I x a |Ar ....Jackronvlllc.. Lv| X .Kip: s 00p| 8 o)a| 7 30a’ 5 OOu
| 2 05u| 5 40p: |... ,|jAr ... Sanford Lv|'|l2 6p| | 1 00a 1 00a -
I | | 2 20p| 2 20p||Ar ...Gainesville.... Lv|j 2 4p| |
I I | 3 16p| 3 lOp jAr Ccala Lv|| 1 40p| I
1 1 110 50p|10 60pj|Ar .St. Petersburg.. Lvlj .. .. 6 00n| |
I 7 30u;10 UOpilO 00p|10 OOpjjAr Tampa Lvj| 7 00a 7 00a| 7 36p| 7 35p
I 8 )ojlO 30p|10 30p 10 30pi|Ar Port Tampa.. Lv | 0 25a 6 25n| 7 00p| 7 OOp
I | 1 10a[ 1 10a| 1 10u[|Ar ...PutMa Gorda.. Lv|j | | 4 35p| 4 36p
1 1 1 10 45a|10 45a.[Ar ..St. Augustine. Lvlj 6 20p| 6 20p| |
I 00p[ :i 15a 325 p 52* a l.v —Savannah Lv|lio" 15a 12 10a ~ |
I 6 45p, 5 15a| 4 BOpj 6 4tk) jAr lesti|> I,v s 2;*a lo 50p| | |
I 8 35p| 7 10a| 6 25pj 8 05a|jAr ....Brunswick... Lv|| 6 40a| 9 05pj | |
NORTH, WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
15 i -I Via Jesup. || 16 |36 15 | 35 „V 1
8 OOp 5 isOa l.v Savannah Ar||lo iaa|l2 10a | 5 00p| 8 06a||Cv Savannah Ar toltal lUS
* 45p| 6 40a||Ar .. Jesup.. Lv|| 8 20n|10 50p; 8 in, 9 20p Ar M'lg'tnerj l.v 7 45p|U 26a
3 00a 1 15p| Ar.. Macon . .Lv| 100a 2 30p 7 10p| 6 50a||Ar Nashville Lv j 9 00a 2 21a
6 20a 360 p Ar,. Atlanta . .Lv 10 45p 12 Of,p 2 30a|t2 25p Ar Louisville Lv I 2 55a 9 12p
9 46a 8 40p Ar Cha'nooga Lv 6 Dsp 6 45a| 7 o,a| 4 05p||Ar Cincinnati Lv 11 Oop 5 45p
7 S)() 7 50a Ar. Louisville Lv 7 45a 7 45p 7 20a| 7 16p||Ar St. l.ouls Lv 3 oop 8 28a
7 30p 7 45a Ar ClncUmotl Lv] 8 30a 7 top] | || (L. & N.)
7 04a 6 00t>! Ar. St Louis Lvj 9 lop 8 oSa[ 7 32a| ||Ar St. Louis Lv 8 OOp
_7 lna| 5 lopl Ar.. Chicago .Lv| 8 30p 9 00p| I |j (M. & O.)
6 40a| 4 15p||Lv.. Atlanta . Arj|lo 35p ll 'i'Vi 8 09a! 9 IKpMAr . Chicago ,T.v 7 0(lp 1 50p
8 05pi 7 15a Ar. Memphns .Lvij 8 20a 9 t'u >
9 45a| 7 10a|!Ar KansasCUyLvjj 6 30p 9 46p 4 12pj 3 05a||Ar.. Mobile . Lv||l2 oßp|t2 20a
* (and unmarked trains) daily. 8 **Pl 7 40a:,Ar N. Orleans Lvjj 7 st>ai 7 45p
* BunJay ’ 5 00p| , 20u||Lv Savannah Ar |lO 15a|12 10a
< y ' 1 45n|H 80p||Ar.. Tlfton ...Lv I 2 16a 6 20p
Through Pullman Sleeping Car Service 3 45a 2 10p| Ar.. Albany ..Lvj 12 Ola 345 p
r North, Fast and \\<vt .m.i to Florida .... | 5 20p Ar Columbus Lvlj jio ooa
Coaaeetloai made i I’ori Tampa ill> aNintM for Koy W est and
Hnvnnn. l-*avln4 I*rt Tampa Monday*, T’mrsdaj* and Sntnrday* m.l
I I :o<> p. m.
j H. Polhemua, T P. A.; E. A. Armand~ City Tkt. Apt., u* Soto Kotali Phono H
B. W. VY’JRICNN, Passenger Traffic Manngor, Savannah, Ga.
McDOKOUGH & BALLANI'YNE, hjT
Iron Founders, Machinists, ■ ' 1
lacl*eiu|4h a( B o urni.Vee t msoi, rliirrr. of htntlua.
* r ’ “ nJ rerukle KaglitM, Vertical and Top Russia,
Cra Mills, ,agar Mill and I’ans. Stia fll.g, l-allcys, eta.
TELEPHONE NO. 123. iTT
Ocean SteainsniD Go.
IMew York, Boston
cabin accommodations. All
the comforts of a modem hotel. Klectna
lights. Unexcelled table. Tickets Include
meals and berths aboard ship.
Passenger Pares from Savannah.
TO NEW YORK—FIRST CABIN. S2O;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIE, $32; IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, sls, INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP, $24.
TO BOSTON - FIRST CABIN, $22;
FIRST CABIN BOUND TRIP, $36. IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, sl7; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP, $28.00.
The express steamships of this line ara
appointed to sail from Savannah, Central
(90*h) meridian time, as follows:
SAVANNAH TO NEW YOHK.
KANSAS CITY, Capt. Fisher. SATUR
DAY, Aug. 11. 5:00 p. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. Burg.
MONDAY. Aug. 13, 7:00 p. m.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Asktn*. TUES
DAY, Aug. 14, 7:30 p. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett,
THURSDAY. Aug. 16, 9:00 a. no.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Smith. SATUR
DAY, Aug. 18, 11:00 p. m.
KANSAB CITY, Cap!. Fisher, MONDAY,
Aug. 20, 1:00 p. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. Burg.
TUESDAY. Aug. 21, 2:00 p. m.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Asklns. THURS
DAY. Aug. 23, 8:30 p. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett.
SATURDAY, Aug. 25. 5:00 p. m.
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith. MONDAY,
Aug. 27, 6:30 p. m
KANSAS CITY, Capt. Fisher. TUES
DAY, Aug 28, 7.00 p. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Burg.
THURSDAY, Aug. 30. 8:00 a. m.
NEW YORK TO BOSTON.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, MON
DAY, Aug. 13. 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, FRI
DAY. Aug. 17, 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, WED
NESDAY, Aug. 22, 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON, Cap 4. Savage. MON
DAY, Aug. 27. 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, FRI
DAY, Aug. 31, 12:00 noon.
This company reserves tho right to
change 14s sailings without notice and
without liability or accountability there
Sailings New York for Savannah dally
except Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays,
5:00 p. m.
W. G. BREWER. Clly Tleket and Pass
enger Agent, 107 Bull street, Savannah,
E. W. SMITH. Contracting Freight
Agent. Savannah, Ga.
R. G. TUEHEVANT, Agent, Savannah.
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent
Traffic Dep’t, 224 W. Bay street, Jack
E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, Sa
P. E T.E FEVRE, Superintendent, New
Pier 26. North River. New York. N. Y.
Wool, Hides Wax,
Hlgheat market price* paid. Georgia
Syrup for *al*.
A. EHRLICH & BRO,
Wholesale Grocer* and Liquor Dealer*.
111. 113.115 Bay street, went
1,000,000 HIDES WANTED.
DRY FLINTS s4% e
DRY BALTS 13%c
GREEN SALTED 6%0
417 to 421 81. Julinn street, west.
P CHICHESTER'S ENQUSH
Original am) Only Wenulii*’.
tt( kT-jda for ft, 11 II KST Fit’s ENGLISH
L* , in l(KI bn ! Gold iiirtßlllo boicii *•> !
—/Sf| with bln* rlblwio Tnlt* no tt hrr. llt-fuMi
7*4 S4 wl Duugrronii Mnbatltullon* and 1 n>ilu>
I J nr tlou*. Buy of your f> ruggt*s. or •en'l 4c. In
1 W ataoipi for PartlcMUrn, T(lnioMlnU
V 0 fur l,iMll6,"*n Inin, hy rr*
P tnrn Mnlk 10,00 TcatimwnUii Hold by
I ill Dni||lni < hir-heater Chcalcnl Vn. t
Itniloo thl liiptr Rf ndlffon *4jurc. Pill LA . PA.
Sold by L. H. Bruaavlf 4 Cos., U hvi*. In>t Orl*nn.
%. uvco. y
Schedules Effective June 10, 190®, *
Trains arrive at and depart’ from
Central Station, W'eet Broad, foot of .
90th Meridian Time—One tiour slower than
Leave Arrive ",
Savannah: Savannahs i
] Macon, Atlanta, Coving*!
•9 45am|ton, Mllledgevllle and 00pm
IMlllen, Augusta and ln-| "
t 4Sam| termed late points. |f6 00 pm
lAugusta, Macon. Mont-j
|gomery, Atlanta, Athens,!
*9 OOpmjColumbus, Birmingham,|6 00am
lAmerlcus, Eufaula and|
I [Tvbee Special from Au-|
t® Uptn[gusts Sunday only. |MO 2oid
is oopm| Dover Accommodation. |f7 48atn
t 2 00pm( Guyton Dinner Train. |t4 60pm
•Dally. t Except Sunday. fgunday only.
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND TYUEB.
75th meridian or Savannah city lime.
1.r.-a vj. SAVANNAH.
Week Day a— 6.2v a. ua., av.va a. m., 3:35 p
ni., 5:25 p. m., ti:so p. m., 8:25 p. m.
Sundays—7:46 a. ra„ 10:05 u. in.. 12:05 p.
m., 2:25 p. in., 5:25 p. in., 8:50 p. m.. 2:23
I Week Days—B:oo am., 8.00 a. m., 11:14
a m.. 6:15 p. in.. 7:40 p. m., 10:10 p. nt.
Bundays~B:oo a. n., 8:35 am., 11:10 a.
m, 1:00 p m . 5:50 p. m., 7:40 p. m . 10:lj
Connections made at terminal points
with all trains Northwest, Went and
Sleeping cars on night trains between
Savannah and Augusta, Macon, Atlanta
Parlor cara on day trains between Sa<
vannah, Macon and Atlanta.
For complete Information, schedules,
rates and connections. apply to
W G. BREWER. City Ticket and Pass,
enger Agent. 107 Bull street.
W. B. McINTYRE, Depot Ticket Agent.
J. C. HAILE, General Passenger Agent.
E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager.
THKO. D. KLINE. Gen. Superintendent,
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH TO BALTIMORE.
Tickets on sale at company’s offices W
the following points at very low rales:
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
BALTIMORE. MD. BUFFALO, N. T.
CHICAGO, ILL CLEVELAND, O,
HAGERSTOWN. HARRISBURG, PA.
HALIFAX, N. S.
NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK,
First-class tickets Include meals and
state room berth, Savannah to Baltimore.
Accommodations and cuisine unequaled.
Freight capacity unlimited: careful han
ting and quirk dispatch.
The steamships of this company are ap
pointed to sail from Savannah to Balti
more as follows (standard time):
ITASCA, Capt Diggs, SATURDAY,
Aug 11, at 4:00 p m.
ALLEGHANY, Capt. Foster, TUEBDAT,
Aug. 14, at 6:00 p. m.
TEXAS, Capt, Eldrldge, THURSDAY,
Aug. 16, at 9:00 a. m.
D H. MILLER, Capt Peters. SATUR
DAY, Aug 18, at 12 noon.
ITASCA, I apt. Diggs, TUESDAY, Au.
21, at 2:<K) p m.
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Fostor. -THURS
I 'AY. Aug 33., at 4:00 p. m.
TEXAS Capt. Eldrldge, SATURDAY,
Aug. 25, at 6:00 p. m.
And fiom Baltimore Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4:00 p m
Ticket Office, 3ft Bull street.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav. Agent.
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
W. P. TURNER. O. P. A
A D. STEPBINB, A. T. M.
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
■nd work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books from
Morning News, Savannah, Ga.