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XOTHIRO OF IMTIIIIVn DEVEIAirS
n THE LOCAL MAHKKT.
flir Cotton Fmrt tlarkrl nnM at
a Gain of IfiiOl Point*—Turpentine
liridT at <1 Cw*Ma, but H)rra Nat
After Nuppllr* a< This I'rlrr-Rna.
|„a Kirin and I arhaaird-Slaeki
9trong nl Hie Ailiaara—l.ural aail
The Morning Ni Office,
Saturday. Nov. IB
T> , r . were no developmrnti of great In
„r,., in the local market to-day, nhleh
act steady and In the main the name as
an yesterday. The cotton futures mar
ker dosed barely steady, with prices 2 to
} points higher. There were occasional
stror.r bursts, but they did not lass, aa
was evidenced by the quick recessions
from the advances scored. The spirits
turientine market dosed steady at 41
cents, but It was not understood that ex
porters cared for supplies at the quota
tion. whkffi resuited In practically no
business be lug done during the latter part
of the day. Roetna closed firm and un
changed. with n moderate demand pre
vailing. The stock market closed strong,
will, a number of wubstuntlal advances
•cored. Evidence of a “turn’ have not
ret appeared to the conservative market
Observers, who believe (hat even when the
market Is entitled to a reaction, there
must be something on which to baaa It.
pa- Iflr Mall was easily the leader, scor
ing an advance of 10 points at the high
est wh h was rsixirtod to be due to the
entrance of t’nton Paclfld Interests Into
the directory. The effect was to oxert
a buoyancy also In Union Pacific To
hacr and Sugar dipped toward the dote
btn r ariy the entire balance of the list
doted it the advance. The following ye
anin' of the different market a will show
the ton' ar.d quotation* aMDta close to
The Mton market Closed steady to-day,
with sales oti the spot of 157 bales. There
was H noticeable improvement In tha de
mand which was token a an Indication
of at early largo resumption of business
Offer nv# off o.b. cotton were reportwl to
be fr> and the demand decidedly better
than ■ toy. Oobd middling was
quot'd by brokers anywhere from 9‘ s to
% ci: The day’s receipts of cotton
were f IST bales.
The foliowing were the official spot quo.
taf Inr . , • • ' - aw- .... I
9 •••*' K'M HI ltl
Cotton Exchange to-day:
j This | iatat
I day. | year.
Good middling Id, 7 s.jg
Middling |!, 71-|g
Low middling 4i 'r, ji.jq
Market steady; sales, 157.
Savannah Receipt*. Exports and Bto"k-:
Receipts this day .j 4 JJ7
Reee.pts Hits iluy lat year 5,7(8
This day year before last i'.jbi
Rece.pt* since Sept 1, 19"0 411,778
Same day last year yr rff)
S<ock on hand thi.-- day 8:,,719
Same day lasi year 181.781
Receipts and Stocks at ths Porta .
Receipt* thi* <lay 31*781
Receipt* this day last year 76 9Y>
Receipts thl dry year before list.. 57.70)
Total re . Ip:* -lr.ee Sept. 1, 1900.2.811.125
-'tamo time last year .',891787
dame time year before last 3 13®. t“5
rttock at ill ports to-day 630 417
Stock rail*' day last year k?5.2K
Hally Movements at Other Ports.
Galvr.-ton -Firm, middling, 9c. net re-j
celpt*. ROM: gross rteelpt*. 11.0*4; sales,
•); atock. 1*5.117-
Netv Orleans—Steady; middling. 9 3-180.
ne receipt*. I0.lb3: gross receipts, 10,8*9
rales *•„, sic k. 811.273.
Mobile steady; min ihng. 9c; net ra
cte. 3.7:1; gro4g re> eipts, 553; sales. 2W:
•' k. 28,371.
larteMon— Firm, middling. Bc. bid; net
I- Ipts. 1,363; gross receipts, 1.363; stock,
Wilmington Firm, middling. Bc. net ra
-r'.s. 871. gross receipts. 871; stock. 7.-
Norfolk—Firm, middling. 9Nc; net re- I
■ts. 1.789: grors receipts, 1.739; sales, |
- stock. 38,735.
Baltimore— Nomlnfll; middling, 9Hc;
New York—Quiet, middling. * 9-I*c; gross
> eipts, 6.956: sales. 110; stock. 43.715.
•-ton—Quiet; middling. 9 9- 16c, net re
rr pts. 781; gross receipt* 1.578.
Philadelphia—Quiet: middling. 9 IS- 14c;
n receipts, 31. gross receipts. 84; stock,
Rally Movements at Interior Towns.
Augueta—Steady; middling. 9 7-l*V.
r■■ .i; . - gross receipts. 1561;
m s, 615; Slock, 41 200.
"in mpnts—Finn. tnlrklllrg. 8c; set re
-2.73); groes receipt*. 3,>a. amts,
'< l*oul-—Steady; middling. 9lec, nat re
" ' is. 29C3; grosa receipt*. 11.582: sales, j
i clnnatt—Quiet nnd nominal; middling,
>■. net receipts. *29; gross receipts, *B9:
- , 400; stock. 6.876.
II uMon—Steady; middling. 8c; net re
• 15.261; gross receipts, 15,264; saiea,
88*. stock. *3,695.
Duitvllle—Firm; middling. 9>*c.
'Port! of Cotton This Day.
livenion—To Great Britain. 4.089.
New Orleans—To Great Britain. 3.300;
! " e. I.OuO; continent. 4.250. coastwise.
'rtvrnnah—To Oreat Britain, 2,500.
Now York—To Great Britain, 412; contl
ion —To Great Britain. 6.332.
'* >i foreign exports from all porta this
To Great Brltirin, fT.ft; to France,
to the continent. 4,229!“' in,v
’ and foreign exports since Sept 1, 1904
To < Irea t Britain. 967 459; to France, 184,162;
*•> 'ne continent. 670.055.
SEA ISLAND COTTOV
f'o grr*t Interest developed In the sea
I cotton marker during tho paat
11 < V The dullness In other market* has
'I '■ r.tly turn reflected also 11l the s-a
” and cutton situation. Whether there
*>h b a rush by holders to sell later, re
■o be seen, but so far the demand
t,! not been sufficient to enliven thing*.
f " ,r * interior business Is reported.
Hrl*i about a* follows:
choice East Florida* 22’j*i24
k*tri choice and fancy Florida*.BH'dUl
' ira cho: e and fancy Georgia*.33*.;'tir<\
1 ioh r Georala* 22tj'i23
r xtra tine Georgius 22
' Ip'i c~and~gtock*~ nywuoi. lO^-00.
I post Week | 4.175, 5.1*1
IM week | 7541 3*3
-IP!* this season | 21.741 31.2*1
post w.*k | 71.' 4.MJ
1 hand I 17.2F. 1M
< OTl(.\ Kt Tl 14US.
N ‘ w Vork. Nov, 10.—The cotton market
'd steady, with price* 1 to 4 points
' r the decline being a sympathetic
Liverpool having made an unsatle
* TV r- spnnse to our rtee of yesterday.
n felling helped to cAieck anything
"ay of o rally around the opening,
t. r. the close of Ihe ffrsi hour the
•• supplanted by a slight
• ••ring and a purt of !nve*t
-I’■ h-g . „u* <t the change in the
. the market and evetitu.r.ly in
,l Kuroj-ean sellers. Aside from
t , cterpool nterkee news of Information
> *•* "I bullish character. The
k r conditions South were unfavor
, tempe-aturea being widespread,
further frost noted over Isrge areas.
. •** *• *he ports fell considerably
i ' f preconceived |drn* and gave rise..
.ctl .i, for a further reduction In
~ m "'' m* nt n* n whole B|<ot cotton
4 ever described a* llrmcr anl atl
— . ‘ n * on ur * , ‘ n, demand from spinners
xapomrs. Cloth market reporta for
MURPHY & CO.. INC..
Board of Trade Building. Savannah
Ptlvm# leased wires direct to New York.
Chlraco and New Orleans
COTTON. ITOI M ADD €2 It AIN.
New York olbce. No. tl Broadway.
Offices In principal .-Idea throughout the
South. WrMe for our Unite: Manual and
book coma Ing tnair one foi radera
the week were encouraging. The market
far futurea ctoacl barely steady, with
prices net 2 .to 1 points lower, having
eased off |n tht last few minutes under
tTIJCTI ATlttN* IN PI Tl HES.
New York. Nov. 10—t'oUon futuraa
opened etettdy and dosed steady Prices
| Opath-i High | Low.""jctoae
January l~*.* f* I.S I;; 9.21"
Febtuary .... y2| .a j .I9 911
Mkrch .2i | as j 9a, j y
April 924 i 9.24 | * 21 I H
ay V 22 927| * 22 924
Juno 9.23 | 9Ji , *22 | ....
July 9.22 jf *; 9.21 | 9.22
August |9 17 j 917 | 914 9.14
Beptemar | .... j .... | .... i ....
Novtenber ....j 9.2 U 9At,* 20 j 9.21
Decant bar ...,| a 929 l9 j* 3
Mvcnrooi, cotton- market.
Liverpool Nov 10—Cotton: Spot, tno-1-
erate business, prices steady: American
middling, fair. s*d, good middling. & 7-191.
middling. S 11-22,1, low middling. S V32d;
rood ordinary. 4 29-ST-!. ordinary. 4 tJ-S2d,
The sales of ihe ilay were 7.<i00 ha'.aa. of
which MO were for speculation and es
port and Included 9.200 bales American,
receipts, 3MO bales, in -ludlng 19.700 Amer
Tuturea opened quiet and steady and
closed barely steady American middling,
low mtdd.lng clause November & 13tt9 14<1
sellers; November-Dei ember. i.n9i buyers,
I>erembsr-January. 9.<Kfit.<l7d buyers: Jon
usry-Fehruary. 9 06cWd sellers. Febtu
ary-Msrch. l.kbl <Hd buyers; March.
April, 9.02d buyers; Aprtl-May. sold sell
•*■*. Bay-June, 4.9Tu4 9bd buyers, June-
July. Iflltttt sellera, July -August. 4.910
sellers; August-September. 155.1 buyers.
NEW ORLEANS % OTINtN NAHKIIT.
New Orleans. Nov. 10.-Cotton futures
closed steady *
November iOlffftws • March 9.043* <w
December 9®9 04 I April 9 *#9 07
January .. 9.ra0*.0 1 May
February 9 044/9 n* June 9.479*10
New York. Nov. 10— Murphy A Cos may:
Tne market has been comparatively dull
to-day. with little nesni to Influence prices
In either dlrectlott. Liverpool reported fu
tures 3 to 4 points upon their opeuing.
closed un hanged <> 1 point lower. With
sales of *OOO. (trices for mUd Ing l-l*d
higher. The Chronicle report was eoneld
ered rather favorable, particularly from
Texas There was also on absence of any
serious frost news from Teaae and the
territories Washington expects frost to
night In the Caroltnaa and North Geor
gia Temperature haa risen In Central
Mississippi valley. Hester repotla the
world's visible supply of cotton 2.9*0.54*.
against 3,901.049 lasi year, and 4.146.519 year
before We opened 3to 3 points under
last night’s close and advanced 9 to 6
points, but ions Ihe Improvement during
closing hour. Fluctuations of to-day's
market were confined within a range of
5 to 7 points. Cotton does not appear to
be enjoying Ihe boom that la evident In
Ihe stock market, however, the trade I*
disposed to await some more positive
news regarding outcome of crop and the
demand for cotton goods Rstlmated port
receipts 32.000. against 34.9 NV last year
New Orleans expacta Monday 12.uk> to 13.-
t. against 11.199. Houston M.UOO to 17.000.
against 12.000 last year.
New York. Nov. 10 Hubbard Proa A
Cos. say: Tha feature of the market yes
terday afiemoon and to-day wae the sell
ing by commission bouse# for Pout hern
account, principally fiom tha Atlantic
slates, while Ihe Soutanes! haa been the
Local traders have again bought heavily
taking large lines of this profit taking
cotton whenever the demand from the
South was slackened Frost occurred
again in the Atlantic elates, but does not
seem to have touched Texas. The sen
timent hers Is to expect s further Im
provement ai Liverpool on Morwtay on Ihe
feeding of planters, which It Is thought
will bring a lighter movement of the
New Tork. Nov. 10—A more hopeful
tone Is evident In the dry-goods market
and though transactions have not shown
much enlargement there Is unmistakable
evidence that developments art likely to
occur beksre very long The few buyers
*l*o hate been In tha market to-day have
been purchasing conservatively, but it
recognised that the needs of the trade are
becoming more urgent every day and that
a good many who have held out will bo
compelled to come Into the market In the
: FA Rogers# Cos. L®
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I’IIE MORNING NEWS: SEN DAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1900.
Saturday. Nov. 10.
SPIRITS TERPENTINE.-The Market
for spirits opened firm to-day at 41 cents,
with sa.ea of 251 casks, and closed steady
at 41. with no further salsa reported The
demand at the quotation was light, nd
tt was the current understanding that
neither domestic nor foreign exporters
were in at thts pr.ee. Sales could prob
ably have been made on a basts of 4b 1 )
cent*. The day a receipts wera MB. and ihj
ROSINS -The rosin market closed Arm
of 1.4 H barrels and 555 barrels at ths clos
ing The etemand a, fair The ,1a >
receipts were 2.57*. and the axport* 4.176.
Prlrea as follow
A. B. C 11 *j J |l so
I> I *t K 1 4.7
E 1 35 81 170
E 1 tu N 110
j 0 141 B O 2 flu
I M 1 58 \V W 216
Reeclpte Baturday— Spirit*. Room
e. R R U3 22:
*. E A W 815 1.302
18- A. U Jiff 1,084
! Ausl. lark OTgu T.. Trlest 3.liß
tt tt Alleghany. Philadelphia ....115 38)
C. R. R. week, various 6 149
9 . F A W , week, varlou* go ■>
5 A. L . week various J 77
Naval Stores Stalemsnt—
Block April J. INO 2,197 142 5tK
Receipts to-day 935 2,37*
Receipts previously 3*9 *37 649 401
Total sloe* April 1 2T3.Ut* TH.485
Exports to-day m 4.774
Exports previously 238 SOR tt*6 do
Exports sin-a April 1 223.484 670.426
Block on hand to-day 39 585 123 159
Stock last year 29 941 ICA92
Charleston Nov. 10 —Turpentine mar
ket firm at 40 cents bid Rosin firm: salts
50 barrels, n. O, D. *IBB, E. *1.50. F.
9135; O. $1.40. H. 1150; 1. *] 50. K Jt.it.
M. 21.60, N. e oo; W. G.. 82 to. W W„
Wilmington. N C. Nov 10—Spirits tur
pentine steady, tO'jiplic. receipts, 00
Roaln slesdy. 21.9001 25. receipts. 166.
Crude turpentine. 81.40 and 12 40. racelpu
Tar firm, 21 56; receipts. 111.
London, Nov 10—Linseed oil 22a 9d
Turprmine spirits 31s 614d.
Rosin. Ameri an strained s*. 101vd.
Rovln Rns Is 6d.
New Orleans, Nov 10.—Receipts rostn
760 barrels, turpentine, 91
Exports. Belfast. 500 barrels rosin.
MONEY—The demand keeps fairly up
svlth the supply
Foreign EXCHANOE-Market steady
Commercial demand. fIU I ,. slxy days.
24 7941; ninety dvs, 8179: franca. Paris,
and Havre, sixty days, 5 27%; Bales, sixty
days, 6 26. Belgian. 5 21*4, marks, sixty
dev*. 9B 9-16; ninety dev*. 93 5-16.
DOMESTIC STEADY - Steady,
banka are buying at 1-10 discount and
selling aa foUAwr 225 and under. 10c pre
mium; 227 to Art l,v premium; 250 to 1100,
20c premium; 8100 to IJoe 25c premium.
2ano to DM *4 premium; 11,000 and over.
75c per M premium.
BBCCRITIES—There Is a brisk demand
alt round and light offerings.
August* and Bivannah R. R ]<V4 110
Atlanta and West Point 129
do 6 per cent certificates Mg
AuguHa Factory 82 88
Cltlsena’ Bank ....132 ...
Chatham Rank 110 ...
Chatham R. E. A I. Cos.. A 57H B*4
do do B 664 674
Eagle atil Phoenix Mfg. Cos 106 ...
Edison Electric Ilium. Cos kff 110
Enterprise Mfg. Cos. .. 108
Clonnania Rank ....190 ...
Georgia and Alabama 23 M
Georgia Railroad Common 215 217
Granltevilhi lfg. Cos 168 170
J. P. King Mfg. Cos 100 MR
Longloy Mfg. Cos 115 1
Merchants’ National Rank 112 ...
National Bank of Savannah 150 ..
Oglethorpe Savings oisi Trust....llo
People’s Savings and l*oan 100
Southwestern Railroad Cos I<4 110 Q
Savannah Gas Light Cos 244 25'4
Southern Rank 153 ]6
Savannah bank and Trust 114
Sibley Mfg. Cos.. Augusta 84 88
Savannah Brewing 102
Char . Col. ft Anr lt. B*. 1N0..1W1
Atlanta oily Ip. la 106 ...
Augusta city As. 1927 106
<lo 4*4. |5 in
do 7*. IHOB 107
v> . isis ia
Ala. Mhl hr Ind and. 193*. M 4N It 9S
Augusta factory.* |>r cent..lMS. lit IIS
Drunanrlck m<l Western 4a. 1534.. S3 M
C R. K A Banking collateral sa. $4 ...
C. of G. Ist morfg. s*. ms
F & A lit 131
C. of G con 5* 1945, M AN... 95 93>)
C. of U lat Incomos, 1544 49V* k>*4
do 2d Income* 13 IS',)
do 3d Income*. IMS 7 *
C of O (M Q. A A. Dlv.) 5*
1347. J. ft J 9* 97
C. of O. (Raton Branch), 5a 192*
J. ft D 97 SI
City A Suburban R. R lat 7* 199*4
Columbus City s*. 1909 107
Charleston city 4. 1909 101 103
facie ft Phoenix Mills A*. 1334 in* lift
Edison Electric Illumination 6* H
Enterf>rt*o Mfg *. Itti ID# ...
Georgia Railroad * 1910 115 117
G 8. ft r . 1945. J. ft J 112 in
Georgia A Alabama Ist 3s. 1946.. 104 10*
Georgia state *y. 1930, Jft J 110
do 3*4*. 1915. M A N 101
do 4V s. 1915 t ll* 119
Macon city As, 1910. J. ft J 11* ll*
do 4’ys, 192*. Jan. |>ar 10* 112
Ocean Steamship s*. 193* 104 10*
Rovannah cliy is,, quar January.
191* 110 111
do V quar. February. 1939 . .159 110
South Carolina state 4()a, 1933 117 119
Hlbley Mfg Cos. *. 1903 10!
South Bound 5* 99 100
9 K A W s-n. mt'sr 6*. 1934 .124 U>i
do do lat 5s KOld 1931 115
do St John Dlv Ist 4*. 1934 94 94
WSSKLT B(\K ATAT9-4H7AT,
New York. Nov. 10—Th weekly atnte
ment of averages of the Associat’d Ranks
showr: Loans 37*5.656,500. decrease 94*71..
mn I>e|M*lta. 3*51.091.609; decrease. 3H>*
IXI.IOO Circulation. W>.7u7. <Ui. .lecrease,
112.101.1*0 legal lenderp. Itd.lß.luu. <l
crease. J2.225.V50, Specie, II hi. 3.*;,?**., <le.
cream 11.7W.400. Tolal reserve. 3*12.379.-
999; dm reuse, 54.n15.20u Reserve required,
3397,772 9JO, decrease. s2.*7U,*su, Surplus re.
serv. . 11.ftrt.560; deereas. t 1.344.350
New York. Nov. 10. —Money on call nom
inal; prime mer antlle piper. 4'*#ts> 4 per
cent Sterling exchange nomaial. with
aelttnl bueinrv* In hanker*' hills, at $1 *l'j
fit (I*4 for demand und nt ft )S(I >,
for rlxty days; posted rates, 54 tit* nod
II *s*o. I ‘.immercl.il Hills. It *O4/1 ft)',
Sliver certificate*. ntffSie Bar sliver,
64c Mexican dollars i >< 4 c. State bond*
inactive; railroad bond* atronc. govern,
ment bonds weak.
STOCK 9 AND IIOYD*.
Ilia Jump la I’liriftr Mull the Feature
of the Klee.
New York. Nov 10 -To-day's stock mar
ket was not materially changed In char
acter from that ptevalllng since Wednes
day morning "X.-vpi an opportunity was
given to test It when she hank statement
mn le ll* sppesrsnee Considering the
kind of buying that ha* been going on
during the latter part of the week and
the extent and reason* for some of the
advance* made, the market came through
she lest fairly well. The momvmary chill
which struck the market when the state-
mrnt flrst appeared seemed to pas*, hut
a fever At was on when the market dosed
and fluctuations war# wild and unsettled
under the confiding Influence* of vigor
ous pressure by the bear* and eager sup
port by the powerful bull cliques, or fran
tic unloading by weak speculative hold
ers and nervous covering for a quick turn
The earlier market shoned very mixed
conditions but the eager demand for
stock* overrode alt other influence* and
prevented much effect on prl.-ea from ths
realising, which wa* on a very heavy
scale Pacific Mali jumped n&ariy p* points
by half-point interval* on the announce,
mem of the entry of tl Vnlen Pa 'lie
Interests In the directory and Cnlon 191-
ctfle was slso notably affected The sleet
stock* showed wide and excited fluctua
tions on a continuance of the heavy spec
ulation In those ecurttl*s American
Hoop. Tin Plate and Trnnessee Goal were
moat coniptcuou* and Wrre marked up J
point* or ovr. When the market re
kt ed these stork* and other prominent
Industrial, and specialties were most af
fected. to.lng In some c.aea. between 2
am 8 points, partly recovering before the
The consternation manifested among
speculators over the shoalng of the bank
statement was due slther to foolish blun
dering or to reckless misstatement*, as
yesterday's preliminary figure* from the
bank* Ihemseives closely Indicated n fc>*
In cash, though not a* large a* the 31.015.-
2>d actually reported to-dav Tt*e extent
of this decline will inevitably lesd to dis
cussion s* to whether ea -h wa* with
draw and hoarded over election The loan
Item seems also to reflect the prccauMon
af> loan contraction of Monday, rather
than the later Iltveral policy reflected in
the money rates on the Block Exchange
The large .k-mand for railroad bon.ls af
fords a better index of the substantial
character of the buying than for stock*
2’nited Btalea new 4s advanced IS. the
refunding 2s when Issued and old 4 S.
and the 3s and 5s 4 per cent, over the
ruling call price of a week ago
The total sales of sto Its to-day reach
ed Wd**) shares. Including the following
Atehtaon, 23.240; Atchison preferred. 17.00 c
Baltimore and Ohio, 19 *6O. Chesapeake
and Ohio. 7.9T0 Burlington. 0O; Man
hattan. 8.750. Missouri Pacific, 10820; New
York Central, 9.90#; Norfolk and IVrstrnt
20.4 W. Northern Pacific. 14.*70. Pennsyl
vania. 90 goo, Reading first. 96.000; Bt Paul
12.117, Southern Pacific. 68.550. Southern
Railway preferred, 6,wn Fnlon Paeffic
*•*■ Steel nnd wire. G. 9,0. American
Tin Plats, 12,545; Totvacco, 22,250, Brook*
lyo. 12.80. Continental Totiac.vv. 9900
Fevlers 1 Steel. *3 810: National Steel. MIX)]
Paclllo Mall. 37.1*9; Peo|>le’ Gas. 9.300,
Sugar. 82.750; Tennessee Coal and Irnr,.
14.0 m. Leather. 78.226, Cmte.l States Hub.
oar. e.Mo. ,
Nw York Stork Mat.
Alchlaon 75%: Talon Pae. ... M,
*• % <*o pref TS!
Bho A Ohio n\ Waiweh .... 8
r* n ...MV,, 4. iwef. Jjv!
L* n ***’* SlVff A U K....10V
* °hlo JTS. do 2r.d pref. . J< I
C. G. Wf.l,rii l* 4 t Wlx Central. 14
<;• *A U 13*1, Third Ayr nj
C. I. A luta.. Kp*
ao pr<*f *-7V Arnerlewn Fl 143
£* * K 111 ' I !’• e E>xpr* . r.,
Chlr. A N*. ...ug% Ue’Ja Karri K* 130
C., R. I. A P—lH% Am Cotr.m Oil . 3>,%
C. C. C. A St <!o pref.. .. gt
S |Am Matting .'. pi
Sou *%j *" prof Mk
do lot pref .. 40%< A BAR. .... 4^
do 2ml prof... |C% do prof SM,
T>ol A Hud,on. 11*HI Am Spirits .... j
Del U A W...l I 4. prof 17
t>. a r. a ... i* 4 a s. ii m,
do prof 73%, do 7
Ert" 13 A. 8 an.l W.. 44%
do lat pTrf ... *7'i| do prrr . *4%
Ot. N prof 1(1% Am. Tin Plate.. 10%
Horkieg Coal .. 1* | do prof g*%
Hocking Vml. .. Si . Am Tobacco ..VI
111 CttltMl ....1 72%' do pr. f us
lowa Out 15% A. Minin* C 0... ?
do Vrf 44 > Brooklyn R T.. (*%
U K A W. ... 38% 00l Ku-I A I . 01%
do pref KIR Copt Tot a-.o .. *4
Lake Shore ....*lOl4l do prof Oku
k * K 71%t Federal Steel .. 4.%
Manhattan L ..107 | do pref. 7*%
Mrt. St Ry i7% ‘-an Ktecdrlr ..1R
Mr*. central .. 11% Ulucone Sug.ir .. *s%
M A St laoule *! do pref :<M
do pref 104 [lntrrn'l Taper .. 75
Mo Pa el Hr .... HU do pref 71
Mobile A Ohio 41 ! laclede Oa ... 70
31.. K. A T 11% Nat. Bi’eull .... 21%
do pref J 5 ] do pref 54
N. J Crnt 135 , National Lead .21%
N. T Central. .13 7% do |MOf K
Norfolk A YV... 4'4 National Sleet *<
do pref 7* do pref 92
Non hen Pac. .. H N. Y. A B l*i
do pref 7;% N. American .. 1%
Ontario A W. 21% Pae Coaat .... *1
O. Ry A Nav.. 41 j do lai prof. .. k&
do pref 74 do liid pr-f *4
Pennsylvania ..IS% Paetfle Mall .... M
Reading 11% People** Oa .. M\,
do lat pref ... ClVPren Steel Car. 55%
do 2nd pref .. 0% do pref tT%
Rio O. W TO Pullman P. Car.lll
do pref M |B. R and T 1
St. 1.. A 8 F. II ] Surer 121%
do let pref .. |i do pn-f 217
do 2nd pref... 31 jTenn. C. A I *>7%
Bt 1... 8* 14%; U. 8. Lecher.. 18%
do pief SJV do pref 7 %
Bt Paul 111% U. S. Rubber .. 74
do pref m%| do pief 15%
St. P A 0 113 Weeiern Union.. M%
Sou. Paclfl .... 41% R 1. A 8 I*4
Southern Ry. .. 14%' do pief 41%
do ptef ro%; P. C. C. A St. L.. £5
Tex. A Pae... 11
IT. S S* ref. ;U . K *T. M TO
reg, TOSS; * tf *1
do roup IOJi, N T. C. lit ....10*
do 3*. reg. ...no ).M. J. C O 5* 12ti
do 2s, roup .. 11044'North. Pm-. 3*. 70
do new 4s. <lo 4a 105
do now 4*. c'p.l*s' N Y.. C. * Bt.
do old to. roe 11< | Louis is 10**4
do old is. cp.lK N. * VV. C. 4* S<V
do s*. roe lUiiiOro. Nav. lgt ..lt
do ss, r’p .114 do 4a HU
D of C. 3 65a. .lam Ore. £ L s ..7’4
Meh.. con 4a .101*i do roc 5a ....1114*
do adjt 4a ... MS Read Oati to ... \
Can Sou. 2d 107 V Rio O. W lat. W*.
C. * O. 4*s* ...ÜB*, St. I*. A I. M
do 5a 139 I con 5* UU*
C. of On con. |Bt. L. A 8 P.
in 35 I gon a ........125
do lat Inc .... 6<t ■Kt Paul con. ..172
do 2.1 Imo. ... 15 Hi P., C. * P
C. A Nw. con. lata IK**
7s ISl‘, Si P., C. 4c P.
C. A Nw. S. F | 5a lIP*
Peb 3a 117' Sou Par 4a .. t3\
Chi. Tor 4a ... *t I Sou Hy 5a ....113
roi Sou. to ... Hit*iS It A T. 5a.. 70
D. * R. <f. to.. W’a Tox. A r*< lat 115
Brio Urn. to ... 771. 4 2d *r>
r. w A D. C. t i on Poc. 4a ..101
lat 73 jWubaali lat IK*,
cion Birr. 5a ...113 do 2d* .... ....104*4
low. Con. lat ..lls‘, Wool Snore 4a ..112 ,
I*. & N. I" to #VjWlac. Con. lat.. *7 J .
M 4 O 4i T.. M Vn. Cant *u .
New York. Nov. 10.—Scand*rd Oil 4k2|
Uuiiih) A I tt.'a Mark I.ri|or.
Now- York. Nov. 10—A memorable week
In the etock market came to a fl't n*
cloa* to-dny. Little raoro can ho raid
than that Ih* dealing* virtually reflected
the state of mind of the public, crowing
out of Tuesday - * election. Th* trading
was In aitnpiy enormous volume, natur.
ally well distributed and resultad In w.da
fluctuations In prkta.
The <%>y open'd with no atngl* faetor
of novefty offered for conalderailon Lon
don. Indeed, sent In a higher range for
prices and for the Ural limr this week
foreign bouses bought heavily in this
market presumably In odvance of n#*t
week's teakimr.t upon the London Stock
Kxchange. which. H is expected. will dis
close aoma interesting condli on*.
Prior to tha publication of 'he hank
statement. th probable showing of th#
latter wit eagerly dia-tiaaed, but the
conclusions r adial did not api>ear to bo
n fn' tor In the Intter trading. The mar
ket naturally furnished some senmllor.al
features, particularly In th* Industrial
quarter anti among the specialties In
4b* Uttar Pacific Mall wag g congpicu-
■SR* Southern Railway.
Train* Arrive and Depart Bavannah on 9f>th Meridian Tima—One Hour (Dower
Than City Tima.
Schedule in Rflact Sunday. June 10. 1900.
*lal> powjTJ ¥b YMiE'BaRT.' ]; reap l'p"
No 9t No J* (Cem>a 1 fime \ No as No 99
lFßpm IT9nan> Lv tav,innah 777. Xf,| 9 l6am~"l Hj-m
(Eastern Tims.) |] J
t ilpm, 4 29am Ar Ytiackvllle Lv 3 ohsml 1 01pm
9 vjpiu C loam Ar I'olumlda Lv I lAttm 11 J4am
9 lOpm 9 45am Ar Charlotte Lv | 9 l-'pm I iAm
H 44(-m.12 Smu Ar Oreen>hPro l.v 7 10pm 9 49am
1 * ,ii> Ar . Ni ; Ik 7 . Lv 4 Sn.jna
It Slam 1 Npai Ar ..................... iaV I 49im 4 39am
< 00am T|an Ar" Richmond 77777 Lv 12 Olptn 11 40pat
2 40am 9 tapm Ar ..77 Lynchburg Lvi 1 Uptn 3 l*vun
llsm 9 35pm Ar Charloi tear Ula Lv 2 09) mu 12 Mm
7 Siam l 50pm Ar Washington Lv It 19am 9 ipin
9 l.'m It Xpm Ar Halt more Lv ' 332 nm 9 31pm
1! sr.itny 2 s*am Ar Philadelphia Lvj 9 Warn o9pm
2 00pm asm Ar N<-w York .Lv 13 Warn 395 pm
3 Supin 3 oipm.Ar Ho<ton Lv, 4 gup.il,lo Mem
No 99 TO THE MOKH AND WKWt. i No
(Can-rai Tlirw i
liSOani Lv 1 Bavannah Ar bl&aia
(Gaels n Time )
OVun l.v CO umbla 7. Lv 1 79am
9 s>wm Lv Fpartvnburg Lv;j I Ilpm
12 l"pm Lv Aabevllla Lv 9 uAiun
4 iCpm lAr Hot B,u ing* Lv J 1 45 im
7 Shun Ar KnoxvUie l.v , a 29am
5 !oam Ar Lexington LvlOkhnn
7 45am l Ar Cincinnati l.v 9 00pm
4 00pm Ar 8t Lent* Lvjj 9 (dam
i A | i . ,
All trnlna arrive and depart (nun theplant System Station.
THKOCOII CAR kr.nVICK, ETC
TRAINS 33 AND 94 DAILY NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS Vaatl
huled limited train*, with I’uilmgn Drawing Rouin Bleeping Cara between Bavan
nah and New York Connects ai Washington *-!th Colonial Express to" Boston.
Pullman Bleeping Care letewn Chari jgtr and Richmond and Charlotte aid Nor
folk Pining Cars Nerve *l4 me, I- between Savannah and Waahlngtot)
TRAINS 36 ANT' 3* DAILY. THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL Vestibule*
limited trains, carrying Pullman D'awlng Koom Sleeping Cara between Bvven ah
and New York Dtnlng cars aerw all meals hstacen t)*>annalt and Washington.
Aleo Ihillman Drawing R<m Bleeplnc Cera between Bavannah and Cincinnati,
through Asheville and Tha Land nf the Hky "
For complete Information ea lo rt># schedules, stc.. apply to
O OROOVKR. Tlekft Asent Want System Ktatlon
JAMFK FMKBMAN, C P and T. A . 141 Bull Street Telephones- Bell. <;
Georgia. 930. <
B II lIARPYVICK, Aseletanl Genaral Pnespnger Agent. Atlanta. Oa.
ous feature, the atoek recording a sensa
tional rise whtch was presumably based
upon the entrance of some new import
ant financial Interests In tha management
The whole of the Industrial quarter was
deculedly strong, conspicuous gains ap
pearing in American Tobacco, United
States leather. Steel Hoop. American Tin
Plale and I‘reseed Steel Car Tha bank
statement furnlshad only another one of
these series of surprises wblch hav#
characterised five figures for tile t**t
six weeks or more. Decrratsea appear In
every Item The most astonishing of
which was th shrinkage In loans which
amounted lo 96 472.900 In view of the
enormous speculation of Ihe week a
large rise In this Hem had been looked
To-day's showing would Indicate that
the expected tranefer of wtocka from
strong hands Inlo weak bee by no means
taken place. The loss In cash, which
amounted to M.OH.mo. was fully double
the largest preliminary calculations, and
was undoubtedly an Incorrect showing
of tba real money movement of tha weak
In consequence of tha decrease In loans
and In cash, deposits shrunk fl'l.W !IJO.
hence surplus reserve decreased only II
244.(991. and Iha bank* now hold 14.006.001)
In excess of tha lawful requirements.
MiaraCLI.ANKfSI 9 MAHKRT*.
No* These quotation* are revised
dally, and are kept aa near aa possible In
aerord with the prevailing wholesale
price* Official quotation* are not used
when they disagree with the prtcee whole
Ceastr, and Northern Prefsee.
I*OULTRY —The market le steady Quo
ta'lone: Brollere. *o4)i< per pair; half
arotvn. 454}fide; three-fourth# g own. SStl
40c hens, *tr7*c. roosters. 904J50c; duck*
504775 c; geese, 75cQ*l .
EGGS Steady at Vte.
BUTT HR—The tone of th# market I*
firm Quotations: Western creamery. I*B
34V4C. New York suit delry. 19021 c.
extra Elgin*. IMMr
CHEESE—Market firm; fancy full
crcnm cheese. I3vyc for 39 to B-pound
average. 39f|2u-pound average, lie.
IRISH POTA*n>EB- Northers, 11.90
CARD AGE—sfl7e per heed.
ONIONS—YeIIow. In barrel*. 3240
crate*. 90c; red, 11 90
Hreadslugs, liar and Grata.
PLOl'R—Market steady; patent, 3130;
straight, 32 90. fancy, 13 75. family, 33.50
MEAL—Pearl, per barrel. 32 20; per sack.
51.25. city meal, per aa<k. bolted, tl 12*48
1.15; water ground. 31. Mil 1.7V4; city gnts.
aack*. 31.20; pearl grits, Hudnuts, per bar
rel 32 75; per aack. 1122*4; sundry
brands. 11. 17(481 SO sack.
CORN—Market firm white. Job lota. sc;
carload lota. Or: mixed corn. Job lota,
63c; carload lofs. 59c.
RlCH—Market steady demand good;
fancy head, ft*; fancy, 5(4e.
Fair * <M'9
OATS No J mlaed. carload. 33V; Jot,
loir 3VfiS*c. while clipped, cars. 17c; Job.
BRAN—Job lot*. 9*c; carload lote. 9dr
HA Y—Market steady; No 1 timothy.
*24c Job. *7'v cars: No. 1, 35 c Jib; 12*4 care
Sugar and Coffee.
Cut lu if 4 3l|C,|amortd A 5*4
Crtihed I.StTonfectlonera' A5 7
Fow terrd * 9|White Extra C... 8.49
XXXX pow’d. . 3.V4 Extra C 54*
Granulated s.td Bolden C 5.14
Cube* U fellow* i.l
Mould A *.*,
Mocha 3*c iPrlme No 3 11 c
lava *c ' Good No. 4 10**c
Peaherry 14 c Fair No. 5. 10'ftc
Fancy No 1....12 c Ordinary No I. 10 c
choice No 2—l!(4<-icomir,oi, No. 7.. (4c
Hard ware and Building Sniipllra.
LIME. C AIeCII'M, PLABTER AND
CEMENT—Alnbama and Georgia lime In
fair deir.nnd and aell at *• rente a barrel;
special lilelned plaster, |l on per barrel,
hair. 44)5c Hoaedale cement. ll.IOfil.13;
,load lot*, special; Portland cement, re
io(l J 3.8; carload lota, 17 '■")2 ft
LUMBER F o It VKBSKUI SAVAN
NAH—Minimum. yard (lava. 31050Q11 U).
cur hill*. 12V<t,l!P' difficult etl*, 31494
4>l*.uu ship stock. 116.‘0f,1e0. sawn tie*.
|*oiy<js.(; hewn lies. 25*)SAc,
OIL-Market steady; demand fair, sig
nal. 45t)50r. West Virginia blade. 94713 c,
lard. U, . neaeefuoi. oli7*W;. machinery. 1*
f)2ic; llnaeed oil, raw. life. tllfd, 73(4 r .
k’roeene, prime white lie. water white,
13c; Pratt’* astral. He; deodor'ied ftiove
gasoline, drums, ll'ftc; empty oil barrels,
SHOT—Drop. 31.50. B. B end large.
31.75; chilled. 31.75.
IKON- Market very Heady. Sweda, 5(4'.
NAIIJ Cut. 12*0 har. wire. U 25 beue.
BARBED WIRE--33.14 per 1(0 pound*;
straight good*. a®*te; sugar bouae molas
ses, lit) 20c
GUN POWDER—Ptr keg. Austin crack
shot 34 00; h ilf keg $2 75 qunrer kc* t.
It 35; champion ducking, quarter keg,
32-25, ieiiesit win, Haaur’i Mituseivee. half
kegs. 311 35; quarter kegf. 35 73; 1-pound
esnleters. 31 ’*>. leas B per cant , Trols
dorf emokeleas powder 1-pound can*. 31;
10-pound cans. 99c pound
Rail, Hides and Wool.
SALT—Drmaod Is fair and In* mark’d
steady, carload H>' * bw-pound burlap
sack*. 44c. 100-pouml cotton aack, 43',
l|A-poun<l I’Unap savka 4v**c; llu-pouikl
rollon sacks. 49(4**; 2Z5-pound burtap sacks.
15c: 125-pounat collou sack. Me, 30-pound
hur'ftn efti'ka Ug>
HIDES—Markgi Arm. dry Ouu, U(*j
dry salt. ..qc; green salted. 6c.
IVOOI-Nominal, prime Georgia, free
of sand burrs and black wool. I9r. Mack
16c; burry. 10c. Wax. 28c; tallow. *Hc.
Deer skins 20c
Fruit* and Bata.
Al’l'btA-Nottnern variety, H xqi t*.
GRANGER—(I la I 17 704)3 50
PRUNES Ata to s*. 10": Yus to Ode. *Mc.
•Os to 70s. 7c. Tu* to Am, tVfcc. 80s to 9u*. 6c.
96* to Uu*. sltc.
BANANAS -212501.00 bbnch
LEMONS Market *taady at 81.50
COCOANUTR-44 00*4 35 per 100
PKANUTR-Ample stapk. fair demantl.
market firm, fancy hand-picked. Virginia,
psr pound. Bc, hand-picked. Virginia, ea
iras. 4'c; N. C. seed peanuts, 4c
NUTS-Almonds. Tarragona. 16c, Ivlras.
16c; walnut*. French. 12". Naples lie;
p>"arts. 12c; Braalla. lie; filbert*, lie. as
sorted nut*. 50-pound and tt-pound boiee
rattan Bagging and Ties.
RAGGING—Market firm; Jule. 114
pound. JMc; large lot*. 2*c; small let*.
l-p..u*d. 84,419. 145-pound. M*4J*S", sea
Islaiul bagging. I2VYC.
TIER -fltandard, 46 pound arrow, large
loie, 1140; amali lot*. |! 20
*, Kama and laird.
BACON—Msfk* firm; D B C R aides.
7%c; D. 8 heiliaa. **, (Eastern), oc
lOTdlng to average six*. D. S Iveillea 1(4"
(Weeiem); imoke.l c n sides 245 c
HAMB-Mugtr cured. ltQltHc
LARI'-Fure. In tlarce*. 2Kc; In gb
pouad (Ina and 2D-nound tuba. 244 c.
"■impound In tierce*. 2(4c; 14-pound ling,
and 90-pound fuh*. 284 c
(tried aad Rraporalrg Fruits.
APPLEB—Evaporated. TO7Hc; un-dtied.
A PRiroTß.—Evaporated. 10c igiund.
RAIBINR-L L., S3 10; Irtyietial rablrtefe.
22 75; bin** 60-pound boxrg. 94)" pound
PKAt'HKB- Rveporatod. pealed, ITMc
FISH-Mackcrel. half-barrels. No. 1
•B.ol'. No. X, rot). No 2. ffi.7s. ktu No
1. II 20; No 2. $] 19. No. I. 26c. Codltoh.
1-peund brick*. 6'4c; 2-pouod brick*. 6c.
Bmnked herring, per bo*. 17R12.- Dutch
herring, in keg*. sl.lO, new mullrta. haif
bsrrcl*. M 78.
HYIU’P- M.irkM quiet; Georgia and
Florida syrup, buying at natr, selling
at 22t|35c; sugar house at 10818 c
HONEY—Fair demand; strained, to bar
rel*. SfdJOtc gallon.
High wines basts, ll. tl.
CO PI ON—Savannah le Boston, per
cwt.. tv. to New York, par rwt.. inn; 10
Philadelphia, per bale. 31; Baltimore. 31.
FOIikIGN DlßErr—Bramen. 49c; Liv
erpool. 40r; Hamburg. 43c; Genoa. 90c.
Barcelona, r. Manchester, 45c; Havre.
43c; Antwerp, 53c
LUMBER—diy gall—Freights steady; to
Bultlmote and *o*tward. 3110 lo 33 75 per
.M., Including Portland.
LUMBER- -Ry Ste.rm—Savannah fo Bal
timore. 34 00. to • R It. or H and O
docks, 7514; to I’hlladelphla. 197*0 per
cwt. (| pounds to foot); to New Jork
134 per M. IT3 to dock; lightered to
NAVAL STORES- The market la firm:
medium ala* v easels. Roam—Cork, for
orders, 3% 6d per hartal of fio pounds, and
r per cent prtmag.. Spirit*. 4* 9>l per
49 gallon* gross, and I per cent primage
Mrgn vessels, rosin. J; spirit*. 4a I
Steam, lie, per 100 poVjnde nn rosin; 3H4c
on aplrlt*. Savannah 10 Boston, and 9(40
on main and 19c on apirl’a to New York.
grain. PHoviainea etc,
Nrw York. Nov 10.—Flour— Market
qulel but held SQI9C higher on the
strength in wheat (Vlntar patents. M.OOtf
4 33. Mnnesou patent*, tl 0044.35.
Rye flour quiet, fair 10 good, 12 OQ4M 3a
lorn meal quiet, yellow Western, 99c
Rye dull; No. 3 Weetern. c
Hurley dull; feeding. 42<iv
Barley malt qulel. s*Bl(r
Wtivat—Spot flim. No. * red. 90(*e: op
tions were firm and higher tbie morning
on atrengih abroad, local covering, pro
p*cl* of lessening receipts and a sharp
rise in corn, eloped firm t V nel ad
vance. ilarvh clowd Me. May cloaed.93*ec.
Novmber closed 74(tc. December eloaed,
'.•urn—Spot strong, Ne. 2. 4\c; options
market waa fairly aetiv# and stronger,
totluemed by llghx eountry acceptaace*.
firmnee* In English markets and a short
snare ai Chicago; eloaed firm and ThfHAc
net higher; May cloned 4*7*o. December
closed, 43(, c.
(isle—Spot Steady. No. 3, 35(4c; options
.nactlve but steadier
Beef steady; family. 310SUQIl.il; mesa.
99 9fdi9.:*). b<-ef barns, 20f|21r: cut meal*
quiet, pickled bellies. 9Qllc; pickled
shoulder*. 9c; pickled hems. 9fl9'4c.
lerd firm; Western •teemed 7 Mr; No
vember closed. 7.47Hc; nominal, refined
firm; cuntlncm. T Wfc; South Amerloon
*23c. compound 6Q4*c.
I’ork steady: family. 115 YAH OO; short
clear Ilf) 17c: mesa. fll.noqil.H
B)tcf strung, creaatr). ie6Ml4c; state
Cheese dull and weak; large whße,
10(4®1<eV; small while, I9(4flllc
Rgg* strong, state and Pennsylvania.
2Sfr:HSc. Western regular packing at mark.
Tallow firm; city, fe.c; country. i%4fi%r
Pelr.steum easy; refined Nrw York.
D.35; Phllsdelphln ard Baltimore, If.gi:
do In bulk. 31 T 5
Rosin ate.idy; strained common to good.
31 47*401 .It).
(Continued *0 Fag* Twenty-¥w*4
Train* operated by 90th meridian tltnfo.
On# hour slower than city time.
In affect Oct. 1. 1900
Lv Ravannah Dally Ar Bavanrval*
1 II amt Savannah | I M ana
6 96 am; Wajrcroae. 110 15 an*
< I# ni Jackianvtlla (12 to a’n
* oo rm; and Florida. ..... ] 2 20 pm
I •) am l savannah |2 to am
JtYaiii ..Charbaton |7 56 am
II 29 on and 8aH.......... A 14 pm
at 1 "it Vaapa with nfo
Insular and occidcnlal steamers leaving
for Kry West end Havana Mondays,
Thursday* and Saturdays. 11 06 p m
Call at Ticket offices for further Infer*
J. H mi.HEMT'R T T A.
WARD CLARK Cly D-ln-t Agent,
lb) Soto Hotel Phene 72
R W WRKNN. Passenger Traffic Msa
mgf'r Bdi%amuih. <i u
Schedule Effective Sept to 1904
Ttalne arrive el end depart from
Central Run km. West it rood,
foot of Liberty street
90th Meridian Tune—on# hour slower than
wa v# Arrive
Augusta. Mann. Atlanta.' *
•2 48*m c.wlngioi: Mlllnigevtlle *0 00pm
land all Intermediate points
: Augusta. Macon. Atlanla,|
1 Athene. Mum comer y, Oe
•2 >|vm iumi'u*. Iltrmlngham. Am- *4 20am
_ Jerlcu*. Eufaula ami Troy.|
DovVr Acommodatl >n t" Pam
tl tbi'tn Guyton Dinner Train (♦* supm
•Ilelly fEirept Buitday
BETWEEN BAYANNAH AND TYREEI
75th meridian or Ha vannah cliy tint*
Morv,ley only 025 a to Daily *xoapt
Monday 2J6 nv. DaUyJOOp m
Monthly only 715 a m Dally ageapfl
Monday 10.25 a. m. Dally 220 p. nv
UonnectkHvr mad* al terminal p4nta
with all trains Northwest, Waal and
South n ew
Bleeping "ere on night trains between
Hevannah and AuguetA Ma otv. quanta
Parlor car* on day train* lietweea Ka
vannah. Mi'-qt and Atlanta.
Fbr cognplete Informal km. • h-dtdea,
rate* and reeve:action# apply to
R G. fiHEYYFiR, City Thckct aad Pa os
cog '■( Age.it, itff Bull t-resi.
w R MCINTYRE. Depot Tkvket Agent.
J. C HAILE. General Passenger Agent.
R 11. HINTON, Traffic Manager
THICO D. KLINE. Gen fluperimandasM,
Double Daily Service
The abort line to Norfolk. Waahlqgtom
lUlttmore. Philadelphia. New York aad
N5 44 No
Uv Savannah. S A. L~R>M2 J.Spmll Up m
Ar Columbia. 8 A. L*. R }l 4 t j*e~
Ar Raleigh, B. A L, Ry...|11 *7,,m ll ...am
Ar Durham. 8 A. URy 7 Simt 1 14pm
Ar Pateraliura. 8. A. U R> I Uatr 4 Mpm
Ar Rlrhmond. H. A. 1 Ry & lam i tu.ua
Ar W Mhlngton. Prime. . 4Ax re JOim,
Ar llalttrnore, paima 10 oBam,U pa
Ar Phllatlrlphla. Panna..,. 12 npm 7 Mom
Ar Nan York. I'mna | Upta, 4 item
I No 44 ; No *
CTKavannah. S A l. Ry;i2 pmjll 59pm
Ar Poriamouth. S. A. I. Ry, 7 Otiamj 5 50pa|
Steamer* Iravr Norfolk dally. exeepA
Sunday, for iialllmore. Phllada pblv and
Nen York, and dally for R aahlntton.
The atiart line to Montgomery. MoMta
and New Orlean*. leevtnt Savannah al
7 2* a. m, arrlvln* at Mont*omry 7 4B
p. at., at which point clom connerUon ta
made with the L A N. R R . arrtvln*
at Mobile 1:48 a. m and New Orleana
1: 40 a. m.
The abort line to Kem*lvlin* Jaekiuaa
vlile, Tampa and other Florida polnta
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1a Savannah. S A. I. Rv 4 tie*m 1 tf7pm
Ar Fermutdlna. 8 A.l* It . 1 fiam 1 Spa
Ar Jat kaonviUa. HAI. Kv 1 la 7 40pm
Ar Tampa. B. A. L. Ry....j 5 hipm 4 Ham
MaanlHcani Pullman buff'd pleeplnc cat
nervier to Wanhlnkton. Baltimore Phila
delphia and New York; al*o to JackaoA
villa and Tatnpa
Dining care from Savannah to Hamlpt
am) Richmond to New York
Buffet parlor cara Savannah to Mont
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The “St. Louis Limited”
And aU Western and Northwestern Slaioa
Leave Cincinnati 13:® noon.
Arrive Indianapolis 3 26 p. m.
Arrive fk louia 3:46 p. m
Arrive Chicago 6:40 p m.
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made In Union Depot at 81. Loul*. and
to all point* In tho Northwest at Chicago.
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