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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hull , Great INiruvrrr.
One email bottle of Halle Great Dl*-
covery cure* nil kidney and bladder trou
ble*. remove* (ravel, cure* dlabete*. rem
ittal emissions. weak and lame back',
rhetiroailem and all lrr<tilaritle# of the
kidneys and bladder m In men and wo
men. regulate* bladder trouble* In chil
dren If not *idd b> >our linguist wi.l
be rent by mall cn re- elpt of il One email
bottle I* two month* treatment, and will
cure any ca*e above mentioned. I)r K
NV. Hall, aol* mat tifa-turer. I*. <> Rox
, Hr l-oul*. M-> S-nd for testimonials
bold by all druggists and Hoiotnon* Cos.,
ruthbert. Ga . April I. I*iO
This I* to certify that I was ff*. ted
with gravel ami that I took t*tv drop*
of Halls Great Discovery and It com
pletely curiil me It I* worth 11.003 pat
bottle to any on* needing It
J. T STEVENS.
MARINE im.1.l li.llM 11.
Matters of Inlrreat to Khlpping Men
The lighthouse tender Wistaria was re
ported In at Tyhee yesterday. She Is on
her regular trip Into the**- waters sin*
plying the llghthoue* * with ol.s an-1 other
things for th- maintenance of light, and
with such general suppll- a the govern
ment furnlslie-. Immense quantities of
supplies are distributee! yearly by the
llghlhouse tenders along tie coast The
range light to be barked after In lie- city
la the one on the tow.-r of the City Ex
change, which give* the range from Fig
I*,and to the city.
The quart*rly statement of the Commi*
•loner of Navigation shows that Sod eas
ing vessel* of sx?!i gross tons were built
In the t'nlt-d State* uml oflP tally num
la-rtsl In the quarter ef*l I Be*pi. 30, I9u
Of the vessels (tunslrui hsl of w-s*l. im<
were sail anel If, strain Of the steel ve
•els. 4 were sail and 17 steam. Of the
whole numta-r I!*' were built on the At
lantic and Gulf - oast*. on the Pacific,
32 on the Great Uakes and 5k on the W- st
ern rivers The largest tonnage. 37,'-".7.
was on the Great l<*ke*. and th- n- >t
largest aas on the Atlantic and Gulf
According to the IJvcrpool Underwilt
er'a Assta latlon’s return* tli casualties
to veaael* of SUU ton* anel upward r-i*>rte*|
last month wen From w-uilier •Uuuis-.
43. founderings and alwruionme nta, 3,
atrandtngs. Including 34 total losses. 101;
collisions. Inc.uding 7 total bs* 113. fire*
and explosion*. ItK-liallng 1 total lies, 14.
other cavualtlea 71, making for the month
346 casualties, of which 35 were total loss
es. against .179 In Beptemher last year. In
cluding to total loss*-*.
Passengers by hleaniahlps.
Passengers on steamship Texas from
llalflmore—A. H. Detnera. O. Htitxke. I*.
Hunger, K 8. Elliott, M. Engler. K Coop
er. D. Klnggokl. J. Andrew* and thirty
Psssenge ne per *tr*mshlp Herkshlre, for
I'hilud-lphla yetnerday- N Williams, Jo
seph Fox. Joseph Brown. Mrs. E. New
man, Tracy Newman, Mrs. Kate M'oltvrs.
Sun rise* at 6:00 m. and set* at &30
High water t Tybe# to-day at 1:73 a
m and 5:45 p m. High water at .Savan
nah one hour later.
Phases of tbe Moon for irrlotier.
D. H. M
First quarter 1 3 10 eve.
Full moon 8 7 13 morn
Dost quarter 15 3 51 morn
New moon 23 7 27 morn.
First quarter , 31 2 17 morn
AMkIVAU AND DEI* AII Tt It EX.
Vessel* Arrived Yesterday.
Steamship llurworth (Br). Galbraith.
Billed* —W. W. Wilson.
Passed In nt Tyhee.
IJgh I bouse- tender Wistaria.
Y'essela bleared yesterday.
Hark ('has. During, Hurt, New York.—
Vessel* Went to trs,
Steamship Herkshlre. Ityan, Phllaelel
8- hooner Millie R Dohannan, Smith,
Tug Wm. F. McCauley. Avery, towing
gphooner The Josephine. Baltimore.
Fernandlna. Fla.. Oct, 1 —Cleared,
schooner 1-avlr.ti M. Snow, Norton.
Balled, lairk Navuna. Jaslyn. New York,
schooner Laura M Hunt. Cummings. Hus
Baltimore, Oct. 13,—Arrived. aieamer
Philadelphia Oct. 19.—Cletirevl, steamer
Savona. Oct. It.—Arrived. steamer
PhLadelphla. Oct. 13—Arrived, steamer
Pnllsilelphld. Oct. 19—Cleared, sieumer
Emily 8 Non ham. Charleston.
Granville. Oct. 13 Arrived, steamer
Rosneath. Port Tampa.
London. Oct. 13—Arrived..steamer I'sk,
port Tampa, via St Michaels.
lii men, Oct. 19 —Arrived, steamer Rox
by. Savannah, via Norfolk.
Manchester. Oct. 13—Sailed, steamer
Cle run. a Savannah.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Oct. 19.—Entered,
achoone r Jessie l*ena. Deveraux. New
Cleared, steamer Robert A. Snyder.
New York. Oct. 19—Sailed, steamer
Key West. Oct 19—Arrived, *tearners
Masootte. White. Port Tampa, and sall.vl
for Havana: Fanlta. Thompson, Nuevitas,
and sailed for Tampa.
Charleston. 8 <*.. Oct. 19—Arrlve.1,
ateamer Peareth (Hr). McKentle. Fer
nandlna. s. tiooners Nelson K Newbury,
King. New|vrt News; Fannie Reich,
Sailed, schooner* l*ns.idena, HlKbee,
New York; Nellie Floyd. Nellwen, George
town. tow tug Wahan.
Ciipt Samuel Galbraith of the Brltlah
steamship llurworth. whlh arrived ye*,
terday. ret>orts that on Oct. 6. lat. 54 N.
long 27 W , taissed American hark steer
ing north, with signal* K I). R P. On
Oct 12. lal. 43 N long 31 W„ 2 p. m„
sighted a steamer with signals flying II
V. D. (want assistance). She proved to
be the steam*hlp Saint Regulus of Cardiff
bound to New York. He boot- down close
alongskb The csp'aln said that he had
mr< with bad weather, his engine room
was flooded and he could not work his en
gines Had been In Unit atate for two
days Capl. Galbraith arranged for the
Hurworth fo low Saint Kegulua to Hali
fax. At 6 p m the Regulus signalled
F. O. T. W (do not wall). He passed at
lushing di-'.i <i-l 1 1 !
would not require assistance as tbe ves
aal was getting clear of water.
Notice to Mariners.
Pl ot eherie end ad hydrographic lnfor
metlon will he furnished masters of ves
sels free of charge In Unlteel B-ate* hy
drographic office ir Custom House Cap
tains ere requested to call at the office.
Reports of wrecks end derelicts received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
i nnalnlir Kiporla
IVr Ptf>um.h4t> fkrki>hir*. fr
lhi* -31 0 # bbin rtMdn. lRi hbli turnout in*.
13o.?tiS fwl turn er. Zi bbin rmin oil. '* 344
t*k MiN<K. £ti UIU hiind)M, Hit
mdw. ISK i*kirM and yarni
Pot btirk Ch*- UrtiiK- tor N* York
f**t vilow in*- lumber.—Cargo by
Cooiuy. L ki< in A. Cos
\ l * i> ruMT.
M n!n dial.). 1.K29 lona. Camilla; id| tor
Trirat uni Genoa U.irmird a Cos.
Lealta (Hr.). • <*7.( ton?* N*tw*ra**o; l<lg
for lUrnkMiu and (hn oa-J F Mini*
Kmt'ri *.-a (Hr). 143; t > . I*n. 14* for
Hott*rlain and Ifavrt* Barnard A Cos.
Ifll dir) *- t3*n*. Hlcbirdtoti; 1 fir
for Liverpool Wlldkr A Cos.
Thorn!•■> < * : hit t. *• M.ijor. f9r lirrm*
en and Havre Wlkter A Cos.
C, tv of Olou <*>ier (Hr), l,*uo tona. Mil
burn; Mir for Llv* ritool J F Minis A
Fa In don lft 1 (Hr). 2 ."6 Ion?, Hostler;
Mir f*r Hum bur it J F. Minin A Cos.
Cyt Ir hr i.- l'<* ton*. Ung; M(f for 11 re
men- B:rurhiii A <*o.
Yeator (Hr). !•’* lone, K'-rr; Mr. for
M mriifßtrr—B(rrhan A Cos
l.r-Niri ißr). I .Uft tona. pefteraon; Mg for
HarrMoha Barnard A <’o
Puritan (Hr 'im* Mg for
Bremen—Htrarhan A Cos.
AMrrajrate (Hr . 1.W7 tona. Willie; Mg for
Bremen—<VN . \V. Wllaon,
hluiD tw lil (Hr . 7 I*! tona; big for Bre
men A F (’burrhill
lal* of Kei (ltr ton. Hutherlnn t.
* big f*r Bremen and Antaeri>—J F.
Mlnla A Cos.
Blakemoor (Hr.). I.ICM tona. White; Mg
for Liverpool Htraehan A Cos.
An9fi (Br.). 1 *23 <on*. f’lough; Mg. for
Havre Htrarhan A Cos.
A*amo (Ilr). 2.Cl tia. Bernent; Mg for
Bremen Georgia Kiport Import
Treti o dir), 1 (Utl tona, Barber; Mg. for
M line heater A F Churchill.
Pvtlra (Br). Brito tna. Proaaley; ldg for
Mancha Hter. A F. Fhurchlll
Banna (N>r). 2.3W> tor>a, Wahliarg; d)ar.
* argo .1 F. Mini** A (’o
Wlrrifrni (Hn. 1 vrj tona. ('lark, dlac eir
(jo.-tl F Minis A Cos.
Hurworth (Hr). 1.521 tons. Oulbralfh; ldg
for Bremen. W. \V Wiieoci
Thor (Ncr.), l.uCltona, Anderaen; Mg n s.
l!fir> YUlard. !,U tins. Quick. Mg. for
1 lonoiUlu.- Master.
Marla Laura (I# il ). 643 tons Fienga; Mg
lumber for Vltgo. Spain—Btrarhan A
NorrAkenet (Bw<! ). 1 ( 1M tona, Nordqulat;
Mg n. a—IP Ju*’hter
Alert (Nor.). ten*. An<Wpeo; Mg. n. a.
Atlantic (Ger 1.3)7 tonn. Doyen. Mg for
Nordon (Nor ). (1 ton;*. Tergersen. ldg
n. a.—Baferaon-lkiiwning Cos.
Pa mi ti r (Dan), tona. Schmidt; ldg. n.
Lizzie Curry (Hr.). 49k tona. Landry; re
turned for repair*—Master.
Sylvia (Nor >. l.flM tona; llalvoraen; ldg.
n. a Strarhan A Cos.
JulD 71k Ujcua Sweeney; to Id. lumber
Hii.-iig (Nor), 513 lona. Oleen; Mg n a
Kecord (Nor). tna. Johnaon; ldg n
Jam*-* A Wright. JW7 tona. Kngliah. ldg.
E. 8 Powell, fiTgff tona. Jonra. kig for New
York - Master.
Eases. 577 tona. Smith, to id lumber.—
Maria Tereaa (Span.). 2M tona, Caainova*.
ldg lumber for Montevideo—Eatev** A
Nlcolette (Auati. 223 tona. Favlch; Mg n.
il*nr' (Taiiwn. Jr. t 7 tons. McLaugh-
In, Idir. lumber -Master.
T A. Wirt, 739 tons; Cblllns; ldg. lum
Oha. luirlmt. 525 tons. Rurt; idk. lumber
for New York—Master.
William K Downs. 539 ton*. Rlchartlson;
l.liT lumber for New York Master.
Ella I. Davenport. 470 ton*. Dunton; ldg.
J W Itolano. 45* ton*. Wilson, kig. lum
Ida Lawrence. 459 ton*. Thorpe; ldg for
C <• Wehrum. 37* ton*. Cavalier; Mg.
Itimb i C. H Howard A <'o.
Anna E. Kranx. 573 ion*. Newcomb; ldg.
Mary R ltnlrd. 311 ton*. Cook; ldg lum
A It Bherman. 610 ton*. Johnson; Idk
lumber —Muster. *
Ch.i* H. Valentine. 53* ton*. Jayne; big
John G. Schmidt, 4.V) ton*. Nor bury. disc
coal; to Id. for Pill lade I pill*. —C, W.
Howard A Cos.
• Ileal a Free Mata.
Columbia, 8 C . Oct. 19 —Wiley Mile*
colored, convicted of larceny and sentenc
ed to fifteen month* on the Edgefield
r.iinty chatngnng. was pianloned by Gov.
Mcßweeney. The man had been too 111 to
work for sarnie time anal waa* sent hack to
the county Jail where he could get some
medical attention and care. White people,
know jig of hi* condition, appealcat to the
Governor for a pardon. The man died Ju*t
as he gait hi* hand* on the precious docu
ment that he haal beer* longang for.
Frost In Kamila twraallna.
Columbia. 8 C., Oel. 19.-Frost was
quite general over this state la*t night
nisi the night t-fore. but It was of the
llghie*! kind. Jus! scorching the tetaier
n-\ vegetation Cotton Is blooming all
For 20 Years
Dr. Hathaway has been known ns the lending spreinllst tn the rare
nf chronic diseases, "Incurable cnaes." are sent to him daily from all
J. XEffTON HATHAWAY, 11 D.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.,
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.,
25A Bryan Street, - Savannah, Ga.
offlc* Ilcur#— o to um . "lot *ntl 7to r* m. SunJtr so * m to 1 p u
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1000.
If you will buy three
Old Virginia Cheroots
and smoke them to-day you will get
the greatest amount of comfort and
satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in
a smoke, and get it three times over!
You haven’t any idea how good they
are and cannot have until you try them.
Try three to-day instead of a sc. cigar.
Three hundred million Old Virgtnti Cheroots smoked thu
year. Ask your own deler. Price, 3 for 5 cents. t
HIIMfKY l.tMlUt MEMORIAL.
1111 ■ t to ll* I Kmor) With
%lproprlatr t rreMoalra.
Emory Coilrg*. Oxford. Gw. Oct. 19
The bust of Sidney Earner which the sen
ior class will present to Emory, and which
: will be set up in the rotunda of Candler
Hall. Is now In eour.ei of ereellon. It
will arrive In Oxford some time In No
vernier and will be unveiled a* soon tn re.
afl.r as possible Al a meeting of the sen
ior class It was unanimously decided to
extend to l.ucler Knight of Atlants an
Invitation to deliver an address on the
occa-lon of the unveiling Mr Knight's
well known ability. lM>th as a writer and
as an orator, and the admiration for
Southern men of letters, which he has
so often expressed, m ike It peculiarly ftt
ting that he should l>e the orator at the
! unveiling of the first bust of a Georgia
poet ever set up at a Georgia college.
A prlge for the lies. |>etn on lamler or
his work* bos be. n offered to the college
and the production that 1* succcsafill In
winning the. prlxe will l>e read on the day
<>f the unveiling.
Invitation* to he present on thl* day will
! extended to prominent literary men of
Georgia and the South. The setting up of
! thl* l>u*t will. It I* hoped, be hut the be
ginning, of the payment of the debt of
' praise and gratitude that Georgia owe*
to her author*, and no better tdace for
the home of the but could he found than
Emory'* mngnlttren: library building
Since I-anlcr * own alma mater, the old
I Oglethorpe Fnlverslty of Midway. Go , I*
1 no longer In existence. It Is highly appro
priate that her sister college, Emory,
should jay thl* ftibute to the memory of
her men Illustrious son If Mr Knight
accept* Eninr)'* invitation, the unveiling
will occur on the day between Nov. 15
and Dec. 1. that Is most suitable to him.
LEGAL Fit.ll l FOR A RANK.
tn tlahnmn Flnun-lal Institution
Figure* tn Court.
Birmingham. Ala. Oct. 19 —A light for
control of the Tredegar National Hank
ha* been Instituted In the United Btates
court* hy E. T Id* of Johnahtirg. VL, the
defendant* being Fled Crosby oral 11. F.
| Richardson, of Mn*sachu* Its. and Peyton
Rowan J F. Rowan, \V H. Dean and
Waller Dean, of Alabama. The hank I* at
The plaintiff claims title to Ally shares
of stock In the hank and alleges that
these shares of stock became transferred
fo other iwrtie' He seek* to prevent hav
ing them voted at a forthc.aning meeting
of the stockholders
AEU KM.I.tM) MILL MEN.
Manufacturer* Entertained In Knntli
Charlotte. . N C , Oct. 19 -The members
of the New England Cotton Manufactur
er*' Association, now on a Southern trip,
i leached Charlotte m 7:30 o'clock to-night
and were entertained at the Southern Man
ufacturer*' Club. En route from \Va*h
lugton they stopped al Danville. Itelds
vtlle and High Point. After a trolley ride
here In the morning and an Inspection of
Charlotte'* mill* they will resume the trip
southward They expect to spend Sunday
In Asheville and Monday In Columbiu, re
turning to Washington next Tuesday.
Hare Result* at Newport.
Cincinnati. Oct 19- Results at Newport
Flr*t Race— Btx furlong*, selling. Har
hora M.. 3 to 5. won. with Juanet. 9 to I.
second, and Ercma, 9 to 1, third. Time
Second Race—One mile and a quarter,
selling Louisville Belle. 4 to I. won, with
Gov. Boyd, t to I, second, and Defender
| 11. 11 to 5. third Time 2 09'*
Third Race—One mile and seventy
yaid*. selling. Etta. 7 to 2. won. with
Blenheim. 15 to i, second, and Colbert, 7
to 2. third. Tim* 1:41V
Fourth Race -Six furlong*, selling Calo
iocan, Ito 5 won, with Fairy Dell. to
1. second, and Hyaldy 11, 6 to 1, third.
Fifth Race—Six and a half furlongs,
selling Donna 8- ay. even. won. with Hru
lare. 5 to 1, second, and l-ake Fonso. 7 to
1. third. Time l:2o‘y
Sixth Km* One mile and seventy yanls.
selling Earl Fonso, to 1. won. witti Net
tle Regent. 3 to 5. second, and The Slug
gard. 4 to I. third. Time 1:45!*.
parts of the country by physician* who
have had dcmonstr tted to them the In
variability of his cure* To him no caW
!• ’'h**!* less " lll*' method of treatment
Is his own. It Is a system which has heer.
developed and perfected during his long
years of active, constant practice.
l)r. Hathaway ha confined himself to
the treatment of chronic diseases—those
of the Hlotxft. the Nerves and the Uenltal
and Urinary organs Ills cure of Varico
cele and Stricture without operation, by
noons of a paln'eee home treatment. nr>*
the marvel of the medical profession. Men
who have lost the vigor of nature or whose
blood has been polluted by contagion are
brought luick by him to a perfect state
>f health and energy.
He invites all those who have any form
of chronic disease or weakness to call at
hfs office, or write him. for free consulta
tion and examlt .it.on and advice He will
also send free. In plain wrapper his new
>4 iage book and se’f-examlnatkm symp
tom blanks, to anyone who writes to him
[ In condder.ee.
REVIEW OF THE MARKETS.
CONDITION OF GENERAL TRADE
HI RING THE PA*T WEEK.
While tbe fait** Market Had aw
I nprrredriited Decline tbe 4;fleet
of II Mil* Not Greatly Ihnna In w
Decrease in llaslnre* Farmer*
Holding Thrlr Cotton Through thr
Decline—i urp.-iitliif- Firm nt HU 1 *
Cents—Rosins Advanced During
the M eel*—Local and Trlrgrnphlr
The Morning New* Office.
Friday, Oct. 13.
The week closing to-day was an xe*|v
ttonally good one In business circles con
sidering the check in cotton trading
caused by the declining tendency In both
the spot and futures market*. This dis
turbance serve! to put buyer* on their
guard for u lower market, and pending
development* they dll not care lo do bus
iness on the boat* cotton w* being of
fered at. The fact the market kept drib
bling off did not help matters, but gavs
buyers reason to expect even further de
cline* tlmn those scored dur.ng t"ha early
While trading In the cotton market was
greatly restricted for the reasons given
business kept up fairly well In other
branches, which makes the volume for the
week show up well. The clsarlng house
statement to-dny show* the clearing* to
have Increased something like So per cent,
above the same week last year. Other
ronnilerallon* were prominent In holding
up the general t'ohime of trade, so that
after all the most unprecedented slump In
tho recent history of the cotton market
may not show' It* effect very much on
One thing which the drop tn cotton
teem* to have brought out prominently
is live fact that farmers and other holders
of cotton seem to be In position to hold
tbetr product for the prices they believe It
will bring if marketed in an Intelligent
The declines did not bring a rush of sell
ers. The fact Is that holdings are Indif
ferent about selling, and certainly are not
doing so at unreasonable concessions.
Realising that a scare that would bring
about the wholesale dumping of cotton
upon the open market would result ds
sstrously to price* holder* are offering It
slowly, and wkh that precaution which
Indicates that they know what they arc
doing. As nn evidence that a mnjorlty
of farmer# tn Georgia are In position to
hold their rotten ,t may be noted*that the
lo .it bank* are said to have funds for of*
pur|*o*e of further accommodating coun
try banks, but which have not lieen called
for. Indicating that the country tanks are
not being called upon for further funds by
The siUrtts turpentine market ruled
Arm throughout the week, with the de
mand good a steadily advancing prices
There was fslr kiqulry to-dny at I9L,
cents. Rosins closed Arm and unchang
ed. with th demand good There were
material advances during the week The
wholesale markets were steady and fairly
active. The following resume of the dif
ferent market* will show the tone and
quotations al the close to-day and their
condition during the week:
Th* spot cotton market closed quiet and
unchanged to-day. with a slight improve
ment In the demand noticeable. Sales on
the spot for the day were !.18) bales, for
the week ending to-dny. 3.371 upland* and
Mg sea Islands, anti so far this season. 22.-
935 uplands and 5.270 sea Islands As has
b.en mentioned from time to time the
disturbance In the speculative markets
ha* liad the effect of producing a decided
check In the demon*! during the week,
ind the evidence* of a recovery are yet
to'hs seen The cotton futures market
dropped steadily throughout the week,
closing to-day with prices net unchanged
to 2 points lower The situation Is still
unsettled, with the trade hopeful for an
ear.y resumption of business on a larger
The following were the official spot quo
tations at the close of the market at the
Cotton Exchange to-day:
• | This | Last
I day. | year.
Good middling !*V i~ 1-1*
Middling |9H , 13-13
le>w middling |s\ |g 613
Market quiet, sales 1.383.
Receipt* Fast Week.
| UpTf Re.
Receipts of Colton— land Isl'd
Receipts past week .! 57.543 3,193
Same Week .ost year 3|.3(>1 3.133
I'artltulars of Receipt*—
Central Kallreud it 1.134 234
8., F A M' 3,535 1.741
Charbwton A Savannah 1.300,
River steamers 333
Beaufort steamers 13 2
Seaboard Air Line 7.317 1.139
Bxporta last week 152.3 K 1,442
Bam-- week last year |90.273 733
To Baltimore j 93*
To New York I 3.992 290
Philadelphia j 33'
Inland j 11 1
Manchester I 9.439 1.151
Barcelona I 7,925
Bn* k on hand nisi ship* 97 70* 4.343
Same day iaM year its 529 11.5*3
Savannah reee pts exports and a ode—
Received thl* day * 344
Received same day last year* J.oOl
Same day year before laat 7 Mi
Receipts past week 3 .747
Seme week last year 37124
game week year before last 34.877
Received since Rept 1. 18 9 34' 3M
Received him time last year 273 651
Export* Past Week-
Exports thl* day, constwls# ;)g
Exports this day. continent 92
Yoar Fall Sait}
look up STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES —the famous whole*
sale tailored ready-to-wear garments that the best
dressed men in every city of the United Slates are
wearing to-day in preference -to 1 made-to-measure
because they make a saving of
one half their tailor*s bills.
without sacrificing one jot of style, fit or serviceability.
Suits $15.00 to $30.00. For sale only at
B. H. LEVY & BRO.’S.
Export* past li. coastwise .... 8 25*
Export* wk Inland 2
Export* pas, weak, continent .... S ITS
Export* past weak, Franc* Nona
Export* pant week Grant Krltaln .. 10.*3>
Total export* part w, *k 54 Jit
Export* tit nor Bept. 1. 1900—
To Oreat Britain 60 .'.20
To France 1,181
To the continent 125.8*
Total foreign 181 491
Total coastwlae 71 9 2
Total export* 257.431
Export* Same Time Lsast Year—
To Great Britain 29 241
To France 17.988
To the continent t-2 S3r>
Total foreign 12*78*
Total roaatwlae '9 904
Total export* 195.8*:
Stock on hand thl* day l'2.'k>7
Stock on hand eame day lt year M 114
ltecelp.s and Btock* at All Porta—
Berelpta thl* day 13 7
Thla day la*t year 36.0:2
Thla day year before laat
Kerelpt* past week Jl7 0 3
Same day* laat year 2 4.5 K
Year before last 42 .'■7l
lota I receipt* since Sept 1. 1899 .. .1 504 VS
Same time la*t year 1.277 4*l
Same time year before last 1,824.7*1
Slock at all porta to-day n*.IS7
Stock same day last your 50.*.'43
Dally Movement at Other Port*—
Galevston—Quiet; middling. 94; net re
ceipts. 13.308; gross. 13.208; sale*. 256. stork.
New Orleona—Steady; middling. 9 13-18;
net receipts, 19.232; grows. 19.931; sales.
2.130; slock, 101.184.
Mobile —Quiet; middling 9. net receipts,
1.322. gross. 1.322. sale*. l.<6)0; siock. 24.773.
Charleston—Quiet; middling. 9',. net re
ceipt*. 1.375; gross. 1.175; sales. Wk); stock.
Wilmington—Firm; middling, 9>,; net re
ceipts. 1.150; gross, I.llft: stock. 29.31
Norfolk-Dull; middling. 94. net re
ceipts, 2.47*. grow, 3.478; sole*. 199; stock.
italllmore—Nominal; middling. 9.; net
receipt*. 7*9; gross. 4.975. stock. 3.2*8.
New York—Quiet; middling, 9,; net re
ceipts. 98; gross, 5,781; stock. 37.187
Boston—Quiet; middling. 8 15-1; ne re
ceipts, 2*98; gross. 17.872
Phllad.lphla—Quiet; middling. 10; net re
ceipts. St); gross. St); stock. 4.38*
Newport N'ewa—Net receipts, 1.71*. gross,
1,71*; stork. 832.
Dally Movement* at Interior Towns—
Augusta—Quiet; middling. *4; net re
ceipts. 1.892. gross, 1,701. sale*. 436. stock.
Memphis—Steady; middling. 94; net re
ceipt*. 4.846; gtoas. (.013; sale*. 3.300, stock,
St Doul~Steady; middling. 9 5-18; net
re.Tipis. 2.7*3. grow. 7.796; sales. 578. stock,
Cincinnati—Quiet and nominal; mid
dling. 10; net receipt*. 339; gross. 139;
Houston—Easy; middling. 9; net re
ceipts, 18.048. gross. 18.048, sale*. 1.(00;
Louisville—Firm; middling. 9%; net re
ceipt*. 262; gross. 2*2; stork, 275.
Export* of cotton this day—
Galveston—To Qrsat Britain. (.248; to the
Now Orleans—To the continent, 5.(50.
Savannah—To the continent. 92; coast
Baltimore—To Gnat Britain. 2.0*2. to the
New York—To the continent, 50.
Boston—To Great Britain. *.ol
Newport News—To Great Britain, 1,(14
Total foreign export* from nil port* thl*
day; To Great Britain. 17.156; to the con
Total foreign exports from all ports thus
for thl* week: To Great Britain. 121.237:
lo France. 27.731; to the continent, 106,187
Total foreign export* since Sept 1, 1900
To Great Britain. 528.531; lo France. 90,-
788; to the continent. 3*5 515
Charleston. Oct. 19.-Colton, quiet; mid
dling. 94e; sale*. 100.
IE4 I*I.AM) ('OTTOS.
Business In the **n lslarvf cotton mar
ket for the week ending Friday wa* not
large, as Is shown by the repon-d sale* of
919 against receipts of 3.272 This Is due
largely lo an effort to hammer nrlces
Buyers are reluctant to trade on the
prices holders srs asking
Prices about as follows:
Extra choice East Florida* 234024
Extra chotee and fancy F10rida*..234924
Extra choice and fancy Georgia* 23'vf1236>
Choice Georgia* .^24023
Extra fin* Georgia* ~.22
Uacalpu eud Stock* - >I3OO-01. JM* Hi
Receipts past | 3,772; 3,9*1 1
1(2 Broughton Street, West.
Some confusion in arranging stock, but well pre
pared to take care of our customers.
We don’t know all about the Furniture and Carpet
business, but our thirty years' experience with the trade
of Savannah is sufficient guarantee that we know SOME
THINGS. Call and be convinced.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
The Old Reliable.
Exports past week | 1,332. 733
Receipt* this season | 9.10 P 18,165
8 ties past week | *n* 3.102
Stock on hand | 7.818; 11.585
Charleston. Oct. 19—Sea Island nt on
Receipts 337; exports. Havre via New
York. 19; stock, 1.257; sales. 361. Fl m.
fine. 24c; fully line. 35c
COTTON FI TURKS.
The Market Closes steady With
Price* 3 Paints Lower,
New York. Oel. 19 —Operation* In cot
ton futures to-day fell considerably be
low the recent average day - * transaction*
and the variations, while of a IS points
ranged, lacked significance. The opening
was steady with August 4 points lower,
and the other month* unchanged to 6
points higher, thl# being quite out of line
with the marked strength, and the ac
tivity In the Liverpool market. For a
time price* followed a slgiag course with
t he trade all at sea, as to Just which way
to turn. Heartsh Ideas eventually pre
vailed and prices slowly tapered off undcr
selllng of ou:side long cotton and over
sales hy the pit contingent Europe sold
sparingly here on the decline, and the
South offered small amounts of the Jan
uary and March options. The extra gov
ernment report bearing upon the Texas
crop damage by the storm'of Rept 8. pro
duced no special effect upon aentlment.
the information having been pretty thor
oughly discounted here. During the after
noon the market was listless with a weak
undertone; January fell slowly to 9 IS
sub-equently rallying on light covering
by short*. The week-end statistic* were
ful.y ns formidable as anticipated, and
helped to depress the market after the
noon hour. AI the close thr market ruled
steady with prices net. unchanged to ]
point* lower. Sentiment at that time was
FLI CTI ATIONR IN FUTURES.
New York. Oct. 19,-rotton futures
opened steady and closed steady. V’rl'-es
iOp*n i Hlghr fL*wT| Cloa*.
January | 9 2S"| 929 | ' 9.21~
February 9 22b j 9.35 I 9.16 | 9.21
March | 13 | 9.28 | 3,12 | 9.n
MkV I9 22 927 | 9.14 9
Jun< ‘ I ®2 924 | 9 11 i 9 19
I • 919 ; 9.12 | 9.15
August I 901 | 907 i 901 | 9Og
September ...) .... j .... i ....
October | 9 30b 9.40 927 9*2
November ...| 9 23h 932 918, 9 24
December ...| 9R 910 | 9.15 j 9.21
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool. Oct. 19-Spot, moderate hue-
Ines and price* steady. American middling
fair. 3 l-32'1. good middling. 6 11-130: mid
dling, 5Sd; low middling. 5 7-I*l good
ordinary. 4’vd; ordinary. 4*4. The sales of
the day were OOO hales, of which 500 wer*
.for speculation and export and Included
5.300 American. Receipts, 8.000 bale* In
cluding 7,300 American.
Future* opened quiet and closed easy.
American middling low middling claues.
October. 5 24d value: October-November.
SimiM buyers; Novsmber-December.
S(7d buyers: December-January. (.0493.03d
seller*: January-F'bruary, 5 0298 Old sell
srs; February-March. 3.001 buyers; Mar.-h-
Aprll, 4 32d buyers. Aprll-Mey. 3.(1d sall
. May-June. 4 nd sellers; Jnne-Juty.
3.6 M sellers; July-Augut, L5794.3M sell
era; August-September. 4.8104 52d buyers.
New Orleans. Oct. 19—Cotton fu(ure>
October .. ..*(( bd March 9<B)}|,(
November ..9 01419 03! April 90 0'77
December .19419(01 May t.o>9 fl*
January .. 188.8.131.52.01 June 900909
New York. Ocl. 19 -Murphy A Cos *ay:
A* far as news was concerned (here wna
nothing In the advices of the morning to
account for the ateadtne** of the nttov
market. The fear of the froet extend me
over South Carolina and Georgia, prove I
to be groumllese aa the morning weather
may shows,] higher lemperalure* through
out ihe entire cotton bolt. In addlth n to
the better weather In Ihe south Liver
pool future* declines after Ihe opening
losing practically all Ihe early gain F r
Ihe lira! lime ihl* week Ihe demand f r
cotton In Ihe local pli was large enough
lo cause an advance of a few po n • in
Ihe (ace of a removal of Ihe a ImuUiln*
factor of yesterday and an absence of for
eign support. While a greater degree of
weakne** might have been ep-cted t
morning market waa Irregular and aft r
Ihe rorly advance relumed to laM n ghi s
prices. The comparative steadiness of 'h
market wa* attributed to uncertaint> f
ihe site of ihe crop and Ihe genera! dl c.
cllnailon to follow the short aide 1* r
about two hours very little cotton *,•;-• -
ed for sale and what aelllng occurred wa
for Southern account, rather than tor
The volume of buatnese in Ihe locil <•-
changea wa* about the smal-e* l
week After opening foreign bou **
bough! modersiely while prof*-k*n
operator* were more Inclined to bu> l an
sell on Ihe fellure of prices t > <l* linn
materially. The commission ho * h usl
net* continued moderate, which I* exp* •
ed to be ihe case until there Is sort* I
dat lon for crop estimate*.
New York. Ocl. 19 -Hubbard Bro A <’"•
say: After the opening the market* wr
quiet and ateady within a small rang"
awaiting Ihe supplementary report of
government regarding ihe Oelveeton t rm
damage though II had been Inc u led "
the bureau of Oct. 10 It gave 'he re -
mated damage at 68'jOD bale-, much I
than anticipated. Receipt* in the 8c '
west continue on a large scale while 1
decline ha* had Ihe effect of checkins t *
movement In the Atlantic when plj* *
era are di*(K>*ed to hold last season. *
policy was auccesaful a* all the cot: ■>*'
had ahon cropa. Now the Bouliwc
staling freely. Liverpool cloard easy
ahade lower than yesterday The I ‘
trad* have been Ihe long aide eipecttns
a reaction over Sunday.
WEEKLY COTTON KEPOHTt
New York. Nov. 19—For the week *oJ
Net receipt* at all U. 8. porta dur-
Net receipts at all U. 8 port* dur-
Ing the same week last year J”
Total receipt* to Ihl* date
Total receipt* to aame date
Exports for the week •*! .*
Export* for same week last jr*ar.. l*
Total exports to this daio ** '
Total exports to samt data la*
yaar *5. r
Block at all t 7. 8 porta **
Btock at all U. 8 port* aame time
laat year *?'*
Stock at all interior town* **
Block at aH Interior town* same
tint last yaar