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FINANCIAL and commercial
A < m: TR.niau i% orms n-
Il,r Aril Arn> Hearing on the Mar*
u , iv 111 n Arlll'a Estimate f flip
I Crop. Wlile-h 'lay linear DV
million Italea—Storks Weak anal
liaa*i-llnnp>— 'lupiipnllnp Firm m
tit i rni-Haln Firm nnd In.
, hanged—l-nral anil Trlmrapkl)-
Ttie Mornlnit News Office,
Thursday, Nov. 22.
The col too future* nmrkel developed
unpaid activity on buying at ihr opening
i,.pki> and lor a time ranged upward at
A rapid gnit. scoring at the be*t a net
4) „ oi 11 and 14 point* above the close
cl lint night. Thr closing was steady
H . | rlii * 1 point higher to 3 point*
1. wer The next news of Importance
h „V-h is being anticipated with much In
gres! in the atree;, I* the prospective
,rop estimate by Neill. It le currently
believed that this will guess the crop to
be about nine and Ihree-quarter million
tales, though It not known what may
tnve influences! Mr. Neill's conclusions
~i . e h- last gave out a guess
Tn stock market was again reaction
arc with many of the leading Issues
s on'l l; early declines, which were later
fets-wed by recoveries, and In some In.
s'ei gitna above yesterday's closing.
T n erkrt ruled very Irregular to say
t anal was so ronfueaal that It
v • .1 thi ult to form any correct Idea of
shu price movement meant. Th<
j ,ii tu.ngewt was by no means setlled
n ,t was a wholesome reaction, or
nlng of the decline which tnii.-t
■. n • e- ncr or later. Weakness wis
I it he Hteelers and Tai lllcs. though
r were made which showed re
rt ibie resisting power. Chesai>pake
ami Ohio which has moved slowly, wue
taker In hand end shoved up 2% polnta
Si.s ir and Bt. Paul closed up.
The turiientlne market closed firm at
:'j ents which was understood to be tha
mill g price after the cloning. Efforts
van- maile to hummer the market, but It
v i. not understood they were sorrowful.
It "In. closed firm and unchanged. The
(• son.ng resume of the markets wld
s nth lone nnd quotations at the clo*-
I ocal and llsneritl 'larketa.
I'otton— Firm, unchanged.
Sim ks— Week, reactionary.
Monej -Call steady. >; I per cent.
Turpi mine— Firm. ,39c.
Corn Closing V higher.
Wheat -DuN. unchangtsl.
cats * losing #> higher.
Provktlon*—A shade to 5c lower.
Cot lon deed Oil—Steady but quiet.
The cotton market cloeed Arm and un
changed to-day. with a fair business re
pirt*il In both th spot of fob. markets.
•~<le ii the sr.d were 225 lales. The re.
ceipte were tain-, against 4.053. and kKO
\<ar before last There Is much bullish
information going the round* at present,
and the effect of It Is to give the spot
markets a buoyant tone There Is some
be-Hat lon In anticipation of Neill s crop
t unite, which many believe will guess
the t iop t" 8,750/46) hales
The following were the official spot quo
tations at the close of the market at the
both u Exchange toilsy:
This j Last
! day. j year
>d middling 9 T 7 5-16
Middling % 7 1-in
Law middling J 1 ** 16 $-19
Market Arm: sales. 225.
Savannah Receipt*. Exports and Slocks
Receipt* this day I“ 1 '
K-celpt* this day last year l.*M
TANARUS; Is day vear I s'fore last s.S*>
H. . elpte since Sept. 1. 19t 499.555
s me day last year 171.1*12
Stock on han't this day 92.724
Same day lasi year 152,123
Receipts and Stts-ka at the Porta:
K-eelpt* this day 41.723
Kecelpta this day last year SO
Receipts this day year before last 34.752
Total receipts since Sept. 1, Ike. J.IC3AM
s .mo time last year ..3.7&2.t13
Stock at all ports to-day 77:*.276
Stock same day last year ** ■ >l6
Italic Movemonts at Other Ports:
tialveston—Firm; mkHllna. 9%c: net re
• •ipts. 15.49*: arose receipts, 13.196; sales.
M3. slock. 231*27
New Orleans—Steady: middling, 9 7 V;
tat receipts. 13.90.'. (cross receipts. 13.902;
.tie., SIS; stock. 293.5 M
Mobile—Steady: middling. 9 11-19 c; net
t-etpts. 165; cross receipts, 193, sales. 9HO;
• o k. 26.259.
..•rleston—Firm; mi. Mime Sf; net re
• t 's. 1,917; gross receipt*. 1.917; stock,
" iimtngton—Firm: middling. 9%c; net
t* clpts, 2,06 t; gross receipts, 2044; stock,
Norfolk—Steady; mMdilng 9,c; net re.
ceipis, 1 477; grew* receipts, 1.477; sales "6:
•lic k. 37,94)6
I: ill.more—Nominal: middling, lb%c;
tri-e receipts. 632; stock. 9711.
N‘w Vork—Quiet. middling. 10%e; net
r • ipt*. 23; gross receipts, 2.390; sale*. 61;
sits k. 41.139.
Boston—Firm; middling lh%e: net re
'*l t. 2.134; gross receipt*. 4.191.
I II olelphki—Quiet; middling. 10%c; net
" ■ ipts. 33; gross receipts, 33; stock. 4.-
l a v Movements at Interior Town*
Augusta—Firm: middling. KV-; net re
's.its 1.573; gross receipts. 1,763; sales.
■ stock, 49 337.
kl-mphlw—Firm; ml.ldling. 9 13-14 c; net
r * tpts. .7.431; gross receipts. 5.459, sales.
" Mok. 117.312
Is'itle—Firm: mitMling. 9 13-I6e: net
" elpi* 1.943; gross receipts. 6.109; vales.
• -lock. 39.391.
' Innatl—Steady; middling. >•:; net
• *t* 991, gross receipts, RSI; sale*. 25,
•I" winn—Steady; middling. 944 c; net re
‘•‘P’s. 11.713; gross receipts. 11.712; sale.
- ock. 95.415.
I.' 'ltviMe—Steady: middling. 9V
■ Of cotton This Kay:
Mil teuton—Continent. 1"003; coastwise.
Nm ' "rleans—To Great Britain, 7,941.
■ s coastwise. 1.101.
m '■ Vork—Continent. 30
‘ al foreign export* from all port* this
4 To Oreat UrUaln. 7.911 to France.
1 c to the continent. JO.
’ ’'• lorMgn exports from all port* thus
~r ’Ol- week-To Oreat Britain 105 460;
1 runce. 16.i*9, 40 (he contlstrilt. 22.233
cal foreign exports since Bcpt. 1, 19n—
-4 < (rest Britain. 1,140.099; to Prance,
to the oonflnent. 735.292
t'arleeton. Nov. 22,—Cotton mrrket
1 c middling, 911-I6c; sales, none.
*KA I9LASD COTTON,
j, rh * tendency In the sea Island cotton
K, < during the past week was for
; *' r prl.-es Business was cn a moderate
with no apparent great desire from
Buartar to take cotton The receipts
a shrinkage against last year The
'te about nne-thlid what they were
‘tries;ending week last year
about a* follows:
"Ice Kast Florida* 73 ©24
,r * bo and fane, Florid •*■ 4-
• and fancy Georgia* 21%7|3
r ' "o,gla* IM7I
% <J*or*i a O-
Kins (nominal) 19 G
ot " i ■ >mmoo IS 8—
;' ipts in | Stocks— !iwiMli~tW*-0
past Week ..j 3.529 4.0 l
Mstrts fast w-ek 1.731; 2.271
"' pl * ,hl * net.o | 36.30* 16.337
StoTk I •! *•*
on hand | u>oKj 17,310
MURPHY & CO., INC..
Board of Trad# Building, davannah
Prtvato leased wire* direct to New York.
Chicago and New Orleans.
LOTTO*. STOCKS AMD CHAIN.
New York office. No. fl Ilrnadway.
Offices In principal cities throughout the
South Write for our Market Manual and
b°ck containing Instructions for traders
C OTTON FI 'IT Rib.
The Market Closes Steady 1 Point Oil
to it I p.
York. Nov. 22.—Early Influences
on the Cotton Exchange were bullish and
led to a decided rise In values, latter
pronounce.! reaction occurred under con
flic ting rumors and a s ramble to unload
early purchases by timid holder*. Tu#
market started Arm and ftpu po.nl* high
er on energetic hull spe ulation and a
scare of room shorts, based upon much
belli r English cables and u lignter for
ward movement of the crop than predict
ed. Claims of higher spot prl •* In th
South hcl|H-d to und. rmine the position • I
► hoit* and brought In buying for outside.
At the best level of the morning prices
were net 11-iii points above the .lose of
last night Hut sm alter midda. ih-*
mutket stnldenly became weak and Iriog
ular under hurried sales of large b.o ks
of long cotton ami pounding hv room
hears. Not only was the forenoon Im
proven!ent wiped out. but u. slight net loss
was scored before the selling movem- nt
displayed sign* of positive abatement The
bear* made the most of rum.r that the
Czar was dead. So far us Bu'.J rn mar
kets and estimates for to-morrow's re
ceipts were conccrnt-d. the hulls had ihc
advantage. Trading was sp.ismod.ca ly
active ami prices followed an erratic
course to the close, which w.i steady,
with prices net 1 point lower to 3 points
FLI t'TI ATIONtt IN FFTI REI.
New York. Nov. 23.—Cotton future*
opened steady at the advance and closed
steady. I‘ricea as follows:
| Open llign. | Los. iClosa-
January ... Ml • •• •• :• .1
February ....} 9.8* j 9*t j 975 | 9*o
March 9 K 7 9 t 9.73 | 9.77
April 1 9.83 9.88 j 9.77 i 9.7*
May j 953 ; 9.87 I 972 j 9.74
June | 9.79 9.M j 9.79 I9 71
July 97* i 9\3 970 | 971
August 9At 957 i 9 56 | 9.55
September ...j 8.82 *B2 | 8.82 |8 *8
October | ... ) ... j .... j ....
November ... 10.11 | 10.15 jKi <H 10 03
December ....I 9.95 | 9 97 j 9.83 | 9.U
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Lltrcrpool. Nov. 22-Spot, fair demand,
prices steady; American middling. 5%d
The sales of the day were lilts*) hales, of
which stvt were for *pc ulation and exi-*rt
and Included 9500 American. Receipts 18.-
tot bales, all American
Futures opened quiet and closed steady;
American middling, low middling clause.
November. 5.34d, sellers; November-De
em her. 5 30sy5 3id. buyers; De.-ember-
J.inunry, 5 3M. sellers; January-Fehru.iry.
5 Nd, buyer*; Fsbruarv-March, 5 24d. buy
et*; March-Aprll. 5 220 5 23d. buyers;
Aprll-May. 5.21d. buyer*; May-June, 5 !9fi
5.20d, sellers: Junw-July, 5 17*H5 18d. sellers.
Julj August. 5.15gt5.18d. sellers; August-
SefAemher. :> eller*
>33\V ORLF.AXg CUTTOS Fl TI ftC.
New Oriean*. Nov. 22—Cotton futures
November . 975 hid April 9 704i9.72
December ..9.73719.75 May 9 70K971
January .. 9 7hfi9 7rjune 9.70419.71
February ..9 7(*i9 72 July 9 898)9 71
March 9 70tf 71
New York. Nov 22—Murphv A Cos. r*v
Spot rollon In Liverpool unchanged: mid
dling uplands. 5%d. with saie* of lotto':
futures declined on opening 2-84d. but Im
proved during the latter part of the -eo
■bvn. closing unchanged to 1-Bbf loser
than Inst night Rumor was again circu
lated that Neill was likely lo Issue a bull
ish circular to-mnrnow. latseff on 9,.YV>n
• o 9.750.000 hale* for the crop. I respite
the above, the continent sold In Liver
pool and our market thia morning Our
locals considered Liverpool advices rath r
favorable, and we opened 84)8 points (tha.e
last night's close First sales on Janu
ary being 9 B#'. with local crowd holing;
South sold during flrat hour, taking
protlla. market advanced 54)8 loot* over
o|ienlng flgures. but the tmproven.ent
brought out Increased selling orient, anil
the demand was not suttlfleni to absorb
the same resulting In prices gradually de
clining to 9.78 c for January, closing with
in 1 to 2 points of loweat for the e
sloti. Sentiment at present I* rather mix
ed hut the tendency Is to reduce ctop
estimates to about 9.75tt.0t*). Receipt- at
ports to-day were rather moderate, esti
mated at to.iVO, against t la -1 year,
but we are Inclined to look far heavier
movement during the next thirty days.
Liverpool report* that the Indian ship
ments would .also be much larger than a
year ogo New Oriean* expects to-mo -
row 11.00) to 12,'W0 Lllc*. against 7,551
last year; Houston 12.500 to 13.500. ag dnat
New York. Nov 22.—Hubbard Bro*. A
Cn say . Rumors'regarding the publication
of another estimate by Mr. Neill to be Is
sued to-morrow has created a very nerv
ous and erratic market. It was generally
reported that he would repeat his Septem
ber estimate that the crop would be about
nine and three quarter millions Many re
alising order* have been received on this
estimate which more than supplied the
demand, and brekt- the market fpon the
hi*b prices touched about noon This dis
position to realise on the part of the out
side holdings whs the feature of the day
Receipts were light, and Southern and
foreign markets were higher, hut the
presaure to sell exceeded the other fac
tors Bnould Mr Neill's e-timate he cor
rect the question ct supply 1* indeed a
F*rtou# oi# for ih# #plniH-r#.
DH Y GOOD#.
New York. Nov. 22 -The demand for
cotton goods to-day ha* been of fully aver
age proportion* Tendency In four yard
f heelings firmer after a good business
Print* ar* selling fairly well. Bleached
c-otrons are firm and l>nk as though prleew
might he advanced before long on le ullng
line* Several lines of plaids, tickings, ad
vun.ed %O%C per yard. Print cloths and
ai led line* are very firm with cool de
mand Gingham* occasionally %B%c
higher for staple line* and fancies.
Thumday, Nov. 22
sriniTS TVnPBNTINE—Tho turrn
tine market showed considerable resist
ance to-dav to the pressure which look
ed for a lime to ba strong enough to force
the price down The opening was firm
m 3$ cent*, with sales of 3CV casks, and
the closing firm and unchanged wKh
further sole* of MO cask* The
demand was fair throughout the dav
though business was restricted owing to
the refusal of factors to make conces
sions The fact that supplies could b*
had freely at the mark*, price for do
mestic account was an Indication of weak
ness to the big buyers, and they accord
ing!' held back for something to turn up
Factor* did not show any disposition to
sell for less the mark't. and In w.me
Instances declined to accept bids on a low-
FIN AXri AL.
JOHN W. DICKEY,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Writ* *t 9.lst-
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1900.
rr h**i# The receipt# were 1.173. and the
ROBIN ft—The rrnln market closed firm
and unchanged, with nothing new- in the
uliuattor The lom.in-1 #r## a# from: • #
It wmw y'sf.*ilay. wml the market looked
in * fair way to be well maintained The
re ipt# wt-n 3.382. and the export# none
Price# a# fol.ow-
A H, C |l SO I fl ©
D 1 K 1>
K- 1 U M 1 70
F 1 40 N J 10
G 1 45 W O 110
H 1 IS W W 3 16
C. R R <57 3X7
ft . F At W <r*. I.tits
ft A u 450 1,113
Naval Store# Statement—
Stock a\ prl I 1. l#n 5.117 U*.'**
Reielpt# to-day 1.173 3. >2
Kecctfti;# prevKH|y 1
Total Mnce April 1 2C..921 W 7.122
Kxporta previously 530.i. r 0 704.0 ff
Kxport# #in e A|rkl 1 .360.140
ftnx k .vn h ind t4>-day K. 771 lUAVt
ftto, k l.i#t year 38.0 W 148. M
Tharleeton. S C . .Nov 55 —'Tiiri<ntine.
Arm, 38V• roain, Arm. unchanged
Wilmington. N t\. Nov. '22. —Bptrlfe tur
pennno .fe#4lY um hanged, receipt# t2>
Roein tead>. tl Xkdl.s-*>. receipt# !.3#n
(’rude turpentlna firm SI 40|i5 e*. receipts
17- Tar Me#d). S1.&&. receipt# 91
New* Orieanw. Nov. 55 Receipt#: Ro#ln
IT . export# to Liverpool, 600 barrel# tur
I Hl*. RIC'O MARKET.
The demand of the pa*t week for rice
#howed marked enlargement; fully fifty
per cent more than the previotiti one, and
fractionally ahead of the ore prior
Price# are firm with upward tendency. In
the early week there win only a partial
re#pon#e to the hardened condition# South,
but later the relative parity wan tn#l*ted
upon and generally got by holder*. In
tcrewt ] fairly diiorlhuied. the moM con
pk*uou# movement being in Japan. whl**h
1# by all o>lde the beat trade In market *’
A < onllerahle number of buyer# Mill
hold back, retiming to operate for other
than Immediate want#, hoping for reac
tion and the cuetomary downward trend
The trade are #o far behind in their pur
chase* that large patronage would #c4-m
assured In volume sufficient to keep the
market in good form unlew# i*en-hance.
planter# losing heart around the h4>lld#v
period, begin to Indulge their usual aacrl
*Advlcea from market# along the Atlan
tic const note fr*e movement and a hrm
ner# among holder# worthy of verte
brates. HarkNan* is likewise a present
quantity tn New Orleans a# well as at In
terior point# In Louisiana. 1n fact, price*
In the latter are generally higher than
the former, henr* letutened movement In
auch quarters. Taking primary market#
as an entirety, however, the volume of
business for the wrek wa# the |.irge.-t of
the month and all the premonitory symp
toms are favorable to a further increase
Receipt* have been constantly behind
those of lost year, standing today about
fifteen |*ar cent bs#. this doe# not argue
a shortened crop but rather. ch*n*el con
dition#—prosperity which enable# the
planter to market at pleasure and sec
ondly. an outlook which gives promise of
better thing# to come.
Cable# and correspondence from abroad
note increasing Inquiry for cleaned with
fractional hardening of values. As here
tof**ro noted, stocks in European markets
are known to be far short of require
ment#. and re4*ent calls from unexpected
quarters In Houth America ha* strength
ened holders' views, both for arriving
parcel# and cargoes afloat.
Ta Image. New Orleans. telegrapha
Ix>u!sina crop movement to <kitr: Re
ceipts. rough. 596.008 socks; last year. 68. -
-sack Sales, cleaned (e#t bar
rels. last year. 183.M1 barrels. Quickened
movement: market higher and firm
Talmage. (Tmrleston. telegraphs Caroli
na crop movement to date: Receipts 19.-
850 barrels. Sales. 18.570 barrel#. Free
movement: strong; higher pr.cos ex
MONEY—The demand keeps fairly up
with the supply
FOREIGN EXCHANGE - Mark*!
steady Commercial demand. 11*3%: sixty
day*. Jltnr,; ninety dnys. II.BS; francs,
Paris and Havre, sixty days. 5.2254; Swiss,
sixty tlavs. 5.26-3,: Belgian. 5 2C, marks
sixty days 93%; ninety days, 93 9-16.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE - Steady,
banks are buying at 1-16 discount and
selling as follows 325 and under. 10c pre
mium: 325 to SSO 15c premium; 150 to flrtt,
X"- premium, lint tts fxst. 25c premium.
S2OO to Jl.ono, 13 premium. SI,OOO and over,
73c per M premium.
BBOURITIKB Money Is working a lit
tle close, thus causing Investors to hold
Augusta and Savannah B R lit'*
Atlanta and West Point 129
do 6 per cent, certificates 106
Augusta factory 92 95
CttKens' Bank 134 191
Chatham Bank 110
Chatham R K A I. Cos.. A .... 37 SR
do do B K 57
Eagle and Phoenix Mfg Cos. . 105 110
Edison Electric Ilium. Cos 107 110
Enterprise Mfg. Cos. 13
Germania Bank 139 ...
Georgia and Alabama 23 36
Georgia Railroad, Common 213 217
Oranttevllle Mfg Cos. 165 170
J. P King Mfg Cos. 100 103
l.r.ngley Mfg Cos 113 130
Merchants' National Bank , 113 ...
National Bank of Savannah 150
Oglethorpe Saving* and Trust . 110 ...
People's Savings and Loan ......160
Seaboard common 11 12
do preferred 29 JO
Southwestern Railroad Cos 109% 110%
Savannah Gas Light Cos 21 4 25%
Southern Bank 134 156
Savannah Bank and Trust 114
Sibley Mfg Cos.. Augusta *4 RR
Savannah Brewing 102 104
Char.. Col A Aug Ist *s. 1900 , 10* 19*
Chnt A Gulf It. R 5 per cent Ist
mortgage 102 104
Atlanta city 4s. 1922 1"7
Augusta dty 4s, 1927 106 I*6
do tV. 19# 1”
do 7*. I*B 107
do 6*. I*l3 122 .....
Ala. Mid sa. Ind'd. 1929. M A N.IOU 101
Augusta Factory. 6 per cent.. 1915.111 IIS
Brunswick and Western 4s, 15*9 kj 95
C BRA Banking collateral 5* 95 96
C of O. Ist motg. 3s. 1*43
F. A A 1 121
C. of O con. &. 1943. M A N 95% 99%
C. of Q. Ist Incomes. 1943. .. 51% 53%
do 2d Income* 17 13
do 3d Income*. 194.". 3 9
C. of G. (M G. A A. D4v.) 5*
1947. J. A J 97 JR
C of G. (Eaton Branch). sa. 1926
J. A D 97% 99%
City A Suburban B R Ist 7*... .106%
Columbus City S*. 1909 .107
Charleston city 4*. !9ff ion 103
Eagle A Phoenix Mills e. 1913 107 110
Edison Electric Illuminating $ I<*
Enterprise Mfg 6s. I*o2 .KB
Georgia Railroad 9s. 1910 115 117
G 8 A F . 1945. J A J 113 114
Georgia A Alabama Ist sa. 1943. .104 106
Georgia state 3%5. lt*>. J. A J .110 112
do 3%a. 1915. M. A N 106 107
do 4%*. 1915 119% l!t%
Mscon otty *. 1916. J. A J 119 113
do 4%*. ciuar.. Jan I<* lit
Ocean Steamship ss. 1920 lot 109
Savannah city 3*. quar. January
1919 110 Ml
do 3a, quar. February. !** ... 16* H*94
South Carolina tate 4%a. 190 111 lit
Sibley Mfg Cos. ss, 1M M
South Bound 5a I* 100
ft . F & \\ gen mt-ge 4, im .135 ljt*
<hi do Ist Js. gold . 1831 115 117
do 8t John Dtv. Ist 4s. 1834 ... 84 M
New York. Nov S3 —Money on call
steady at 3gp4 per cent.* lasi loan 1 per
• ent. Prime mercafllUa paper. 4ft4V par
cent Sterling exchange firm with actual
business In bankers’ bills at )t X4V% for
ihutiand. arul at 84 Kl for sixty days.
ed rates, $i Ki and 84 Commerrial
bills }| m%. Silver !■certificates. 84**
fitful Bar silver. 0V Mexican dollar*.
She Government bonds strong Htate
bonds Inactive Railroad bonds irregular.
BTOTKI4 AMI BOM>l.
The Market (loses Weak aad He
New York. Nov. 23.—There wss tho
same eph and flow In tsi-day'# market
that hav# charactetlsed It for several
days past. Neither the beglnnln .ior
the end. however, was so wll d.lu and
as yeaterduy. The current ■ and cross
currents were very confusing ail and
mado It dlffh’ult to analyst* the tone, ex
cept during a period of pronounced reac
tion. which developed after the oiveulng
and an equally pronounced tecovery be
fore the close.
The close itself wa# reactionary and
weak, tinder the Influence of a violent
break of 4' 4 point* in Aine'ican Hee| and
Wire. That #to k got up to 81 in the
general rally of the market, nut plunged
downward to 4*4* In a few mlnut *# n*l
closed about there, with heavy offerings
still coming on the market. The pro
fessional trader* In Wall #<r**t have
worked for some time In the faith that
they were following the bull leadership
of a romhinatlon of forces between the
moM notable spaed la tor In the street and
a newer and almost equally ne op
erator who nuikt' hi mark and a deep
one at that. In the speculation In #4e*l
stock* during the la.“t year #nd a half
The break in ftteel and Wire, ("omtng near
home to thl# alhged #|wculirtlve r.itn
blnatlon. served to unsettle sentiment
very considerably at the cio-e The b*r
contingent succeeded in pretty well get
ting the upper hand early tn the dy
The market open'd with price cur ent*
moving In whirling eddies There was
continued strong absorption tn 'ms of
yesterday’s strong Mocks, the lo at trac
tion# and Bt Paul being 4 on#picuo is.
Later a strong demand developed for
Chesapeake and Ohio on buying said to be
for Phtla<lel|hta account. Thl# st'S'Jc
moved up an extreme 3(6. Thl* move
ment however, wa* not sufficient to dis
courage the profit-taking and bear pres
sure. which had been more or |e-s mani
fest. especially in the steel stocks, from
the opening, ami the whole market fall
away without much support to the lowresi
of the day
The rally wa# Inaugurated In Hr. Paul.
That stock wrae carried to ISO and ih-*
other Grangers, fttigar. the local traction
stock# and (General Electric made the
readiest response An effort wa# nude to
continue the movement by the time-hon
ored device of bidding up the Vanderbilts,
but this proved unavailing In face of the
acute weakne*# shown by the Meel mo ks
The news of the day was little regarded.
Some disappointment wa# felt at the ces
sation of yesterday’s heavy demand from
I*ondon. That renter turned a< tier to
day to the extent of about gi.668 shares
on balance. There w.# a failure of ex
(tei-ted heavy demand for #tak from the
West, which wa# cut off from wire com
munication yesterday. The hear# were
also ln lined to make capital out of the
re|*orte4i dispute among the diplomat* at
pekln and their ta< ttc* were Mvwn In
the circulation of a rumor that the Csar
was *lead. The mHiey market ebneed no
signs of any sire#* from the large specu
lation and wa# appreciably easier on th
large receipt# <f Australian gold here dur
ing the week. Bierling exchange hard
ened on the large selling of stock# hv
The bond market wa# notably sitong
in spots, hut weakened at <vther point#
Total ala>* par value. £I.SISO 0 Pnlted
State# refun'iing 2# advanced an i the
new 4# % per cent, on the last call
The total #ah# of etock# to-day were
1.1*9.50 share#. Including Atchison. 4*.1<0.
Baltimore and Ohio. 18.800. Canada ft4Hth
ern, 11. MO; Burlington, 19.‘JTi; Hock I*l
- Big Four. 17.00>; I^>ul#vllle
and Nashvllh-. 0.310; Manhattan. 41 40;
Metropolitan. 11.300; Missouri Pacific 11-
Missouri. Kansas and Texi# preferred
j.40". New York Central. 2*.7*#); Norf Ik
ami Western, W.KOO; Northern Pacific. 82.-
900; Northern Pacific preferred.
Pennsylvania. 2v3*; Hcm ding first pr
ferretl. 18.300; ftt Louis ainl Bn Fran
cisco. 8.30. Ht. Paul. 3..200. Bout hern Pa
cific. 34.U10; Southern Railway preferr##!.
Union Pacific. 6.W0. Union Pacific
preferred. 14.9 U). Hmelting. 16.701; Ht*ei
and Wire. Tin Plate. 7 10*; Tula -
co, 13.800. Brooklyn. 61.800; Coiorailo Fuel.
#.4<J. Continental Tobacco, 8.MO; Federal
Steel, 34.'SOu, People# Gas. Sl.tOU, ftugtr,
W.Nju. Tennessee Coal, 21,8.0; United
States Leather, 9.8u0.
New York Stock List.
AAchlaon J 9% l.'nlon Pacific ... 72%
do pref *.!% k> pref 92
Balt. A Ohio . $2% IValatsh 9
Can. Pacific ... *7% do pref 21%
Can. So 59% Wheel A L. 8.. 1%
Ches. A 0hi0... 39% do 2nd pref. ... 2*%
Chi. O. W 14S Wl*. Central ... 12
CM. B A Q ....137% Third Avenue .112
Chi Ind A L... 23 Adams Express.l3s
do pref 57% Am Express . .160
Chi A E. 111... it* U. Express... 41
Chi A Nw !6a% Wells Fargo Ex. 132
C. B. I A P .116% Am Cot. Oil ... 31%
C. C. C. A fit L. 67% do pref *1
Col. 80 7 Am Malting .... 5
do Ist pref. .. 43%i B> pref 23
do 2nd pref .. IR jAm 8. A Refng 50%
Del. A Hudson 116 | do pref 95%
Del. D A W....1M Am. Spirits 1%
D. A B G 23% do pref 17
do pref 77% Am Steel Hoop 30%
Erie 13% do pref 77
do Ist pref. ... 40 |Am. 8 A Wtra.. 47
Gt. Nor pref 191%; do pref 99
Hocking Coail 16 ,Am Tin Pkne .. 43%
Hock Valley.. 39 | do pref 3*%
Illinois Cent 136 Am Tobacco ...110%
lowu Central... 30% do pref 134
do pref 47% Ana Min Cos ... 50%
L. Erie A W... 39% Brook R T 79%
do pref 17 Col r. A Iron 53%
Lake Shore 210%iCont Tobacco .. 17
L A N 2\ do pref 91
Man. L 113% Federal Steel ... 50%
Met St. By 173% do pref 79%
Mex. Central .. 13%;Gen Electric . .170
Minn ASt L 64 iGlucose Sugar M
do pref 108 ! do pref 102
Mo Pacific 59', Inti Paper 23
Mobile A Ohio 4(' do pref 73
Mo K. A T 11% Laclede Gas .... 72
do |, r *f 37% National Biscuit. 39%
N. J. Central 144 do pref 92
N. Y Central . 14“% National 1-ad .. 2<i
Nor A Western 44 | do pref *6
do pret 91% National Steel ... 37%
No Pacific .... 72% do pref 92%
do pref 93 1 If. Y Air Brake 163
Ont A West 25% North American 19%
Ore R A Nav 42 I Pacific f'oaat ... $6
do pref 79 | do let pref, ... *6
Pennsylvania ..143 1 do 2nd pref. ...97
Reading I* ! Peel Ik* Mall .... 43
.Jo Ist pref ... 3 People's Gas .. .MB
do 2nd pref i% Pressed H Car 33%
Rio G W A* i do pref
do pref *4 IPull Pal. Car 199
St L. A 8 F... 17 U. Rope A T 5%
do Ist pref ... 73 Bugsr 135%
do 2nd peel . 45% do pref 119
SI. L Sw H iTenn, C. A Iron 75
do pref 55 ;U 8 Leather ... 15%
Si. Paul 1' do pref 76
do pref 175%'t?. 8. Rubber .. 33%
St. P A Om. ..121 1 do pref 93
So. Pacific .... 41%;Weat Union .... 94%
So. Railway ... 14%;R. I. A 8 16%
do pref 93% do fcref 9t%
Tax A Pacific.. 19 P. C. C A St. L. So
U. 8 2e ref. 104%,N. Y. C. let ...161%
do coup. .....KH'S'N. J, C. G. 1#..136%
<io la. reg. ...UO% North Par . 3a .. 71%
do Is. cenn*. do 4s 104%
do new 4a. raa.137% N. Y., C. A St.
do new 4a, c'p.l37%j IsOuta 4s 169%
do o*i 4*. reg 113%,N. A W. C. 4a..
Tralit* Arrlva anj Do par; Saiannah an 9<Hh MrrfflUn Tun*—One Hour rloavr
Tliaa City Tim,
fktirflula In Effect Nov 15, 1990
Kl v'> piMVN 1 fft'fllE EAST HI ND IT
No .H No #"[ ~“ (Omial Tlroe 1 N ■
li 39|an 12 Wain jLv Bavmnah 777....h’.'TT. T. Ar ] 5 loam, 3 15; in
tKa*trru Time ) |; |
4 21pm, 4 T&atn Ar Ulackvtll* L,v|| 3 Ooam| I OTpm
* 9o>m <i 10.,m Ar i oluinM* L.v I .►■’in 11 -Min
9 IPpni 9 tin Ar Chuilotie I.v ; 9 spm X liktm
11 44pm 12 22pm Ar (11004111*110 Lv 7 :opm 5 48am
TflKim Ar . ..777777777777. Norfolk L •*w
12 M.im 1 .4pm Ar .7 .77.7 r>*n villa" 777.7 77 .77 l.v o tOpm t S'am
25pm Ar 7 HI h-manl .... l.v, iioipm n "V"'
2 41'*ni 343 pm Ar Ljrn' h ' ir* l.v, 8 ;.3(tni 3 :•*““>
4 35am - .Y,pm;,Ar Chariotteavllla Lv 1 08pmJ12 94;n
7 35*m x shpm (Ar Waahinglon Lv ill 15am| 9 Bps
9 15am 11 3&ptn Ar Baltunarn l.v|| 5 28am * 2 pm
11 35am; 2 .'a,.,m Ar Fhll tdelplila Lv ( I I.iaml 8 95pm
2 atpm 23am Ar N- m York Lv 13 loam: 32 pm
* 3l*pm 3 p pm Ar Ho t n l.v
No St. 1 TO THE NORTH AND WKHT. | No 35
U lOatn Lv Havitinah Ar sif im
Ovartarti Tlmt >
4 3km Lv Columbia I,' 1 1 ?Bam
9 stm Lv fp,riiit)ttii|[ Lv 8 15pm
12 Irtpm I.V A*tp vllle Lv 3 tWpm
4 02pm Ar Hot Hprlit*. Lv 111 L'.tm
7 20pm Ar Knoxville Lv \ 8 25am
5 10.1 m Ar Lexington Lvl 10 JOp.n
7 45am Ar Cincinnati Lv * oopm
8 00pm Ar fit Lout* 7< v! * '**m
7 stt*m |Ar |a>ul*vllle U| 7 Lain
All train* arrive anti depart from theT’iartt Syelem Hlatlon.
THROUOII CAR SERVICE. ETC
TRAIN# 33 AND 34 DAILY. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXTRESS Vaetl
bulecl llmltevi train*. lth ruiltnan Dra lug Itoom Sleeping Car* between Savan
nah and New York Connecto or Waeblngton with Colonial Hip re, * for fto.ton
Pullman Sleeping Care batweon Chari dta mol Richmond and Charlottn and Nor
folk Dlnln* t hit * Serve all meal* between Savannah and 45 a*htngton
TRAINS 35 AND 38 DAILY. THE UNITED STATES KART MAIL Vcltbul*d
llratie.l train*, carrying Tullmtn Drawing Room Sleeping Car Mut Savannah
and New York. Dining Car* *ervo ad meal* between Savannah and Waahinglon
Also Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cara between Savannah *nd Cincinnati,
through Asheville and "The Lmd of lha Rkv.''
For complete Information ,a lo ratio. *• hedulea. ete applv t,>
F. 8 GANNON. 3d V T. &Q. M J .'I CULP. T M . W. A TURK. O T A..
Wasfrlngion, I) C.
S H HARDWICK Aral fim l P* Agent. Atlanta. (1.
Q GROOVER, Ticket Agent. Plant System Station.
JAMES FREEMAN. C P A T A . 141 Hull ctre, I Savannah Oa . Phone* USA
do old 4*. c'p 1154,1 Ora. Nav. Ist ..109
do s*. reg ..1124. do te lot
do or, coup ..1134, Ore. 8. L * ..127
D. of C. 3 85* ..U4V: ilu oon 5* ...lt.’>
At eh , gen 4* .101*.| Read Gen 4* .. 89'i
do djt 4* .. 88:. !(* O. W Ist 100
Can Sou. 2rt ..108'e. 3t. L. * I M
C ul Ga 5... KV ton. 6* UTi
.k) l*t Im* 814. 3f V * A F.
do it Inc. hkl. 18 | gen 8a 127
C. 4k O. 45i* ...lOtHISi. Taul con . 174Vk
do 5* 118 St P.. C. * P.
C. & Nw. C. 7*. 140 | l*t 118%
C. & Nw. 8. F. |St. P . C. A P
De4> 5* 119 5* HJ’i
Chi. Ter. 4* ... 93 |Bou. Par. 4* .. 834,
col. Sou 4a ... 84 ,Bou Ry 5a . 111%
D. * It G 4* .100 jS. It A T. Ha .. 71‘a
Gen 4* 74% T A P. l*t 11
F. W. A I>. C. | do 2d 82
let' 78 Unton Par 4w .. 10* 1
Gen Elec, im .I*3%;Wabash I*4 It*' ,
lowa Cen l*t ..118% tki 2tl 104’,
L. A N. IT. 4* 99’. West Shore I* ..lit
M , K A T. 2d 70%W1< Cen. Ist . *7%
do 4* *l’<V Cent 92
91 A O. 4* .... 85%
New York, Nov. 22 -Standatd Oil 740 Q
Mnrpby A c'o'a Blnrk l.elter.
New York. Nov 22—The stock market
opened active and extremely Irregular
The London market for American* showed
In the early cables at material recessions
from the local dosing level, a circum
stance which was partly responsible for
the noted Initial tendency of the local
market. The local tmctlon Issues were the
features of the early dealings, all of them
advancing sharply, although toeing par;
of their gains In the subsequent dealing*.
Sugar was the at tlvc feature of the Indus
trial quarter, and after opening lower de
veloped firmness Apart from Sugar, the
Industrial* were the exception. Tb.-t" were
no development* overnight In the local
1111atidal situation bearing upon the mar
ket. and little new* or gossip was eurrent
in regard to *|iedal atock* The dealing*
here for foreign account were in tremen
dous volume on both aides of the market,
with buying order* predominating Total
■ala* to-day 1,391.74** aharea
From the New York Time*.
Seaboard Air Line securities were all
strong yesterday, and though none of
them was very active in this merkel.
they all showed large net gains The
common stock sold up to 12 and closed at
11% bid. a net advance of H of a point.
At the close 29 was bid for the preferred
slock, showing a ncl gain of 2% points,
and the bond* rooe from 69', lo 72. The
reason for the sharp advance was the re
ported settlement of the Ryan suits
■ gainst the company.
HIMT-LL.IRBOI’t M tRKETR.
Note—These quotation* are revised
dally and are kept as near ns poeslhl# In
accord with the prevailing wholesale
prices. Official quotations are 1101 ward
when they dlsagreo with the prices whole
(ssntrr and Northern Produce.
POULTRY—'The market I* steady Quo.
tatlon*. Broilers, 30t>35c let pair, half
grown 45ft50 . three-fourth* grown. 558
ODc; hen*. 65fJ75c. roosltr*. 40650 c. ducks.
50ft75c geese. 75ctl$l .
KKIS Freah candl'd, 22c, cold storage.
BUTTER—The tone of the market 4*
firm Quotations: Western creamery. 19 n
34V ■ New York slat* dairy, 194123 c, extra
CHEESE— Market firm; fancy full
cream cheese. 13%c for 20 lo 22-pound
average, 2S*tJn-pourut averages, 13c.
IRISH POTATOES— Northern. $1.90
CABBAGE—SfI7e per head
ONIONS—YeIIow In barrel*. IX6O.
crate*. 60c. red, $1.90.
Breadstuff. Hay and Grata.
Pfyit'R—Market steady; patent. M SO.
straight. $1*0; fancy. $3.75. family. $l5O
MEALr-Pearl, per barrel. $2 70; .prr suck
31 35: city meal, per sack bolted. U.12%8
11.15; water ground. II 154*1 17%. city grits,
sacks. $1 3". pearl grits, Hudnuts. per bar
rel. 1X75. per sack. 3123%; sundry
brands. 11.17%81.20 sack
CORN—Market firm, white, Job bus. 65c;
carload lot*. 2<-; mixed corn, Job lot*. 92c.
carload lots. 59c.
RlCE—Market steady; demand good;
fancy head. 9c; fancy. s%c.
Fair 4 84%
OATS—No 2 mixed, corlosd. 22%c; Job
lots. $5839c; white clipped, car*. JRc; Job.
I!RAN-Jb lots, 95c. carload lots. BV
HAY-Market ateady; No I timothy.
96c; Job, 96c; No. 2. 90r Job; 95c. care
ftwgar and < offre.
Cut loaf 9 19 Diamond A 6.34
Crushed 924 Confectioners' A 5.94
Powdered 4.9i White Extra C.. 5.31
XXXX [tow'll . 5*9 Extra C 9
Granulated $ 64 Golden C 5 05
Cube* 3 Yellow* 4 94
Mould A ..$ 96;
Mocha 2* e'Prlm* No. S 11 c
java 29 c Good No. 4 |6%c
peaberry U e Fair No 9 16%c
Fancy No I....ll%clOrdlnary No. 6 9%c
ChoLv No. 2....11 cjCommon No. 7.. s%c
Dried and Evaporated t rain.
APPLE*— Evaporated. 707%c; sun dried.
APRlCOTS— Evaporated, 16b pound;
nectarmeo, 10c. # ,
RAISINS- L L . 12 10. Imperial cabinet*.
32 75: loose. (*i-t*mnd boxes. 8%, pountl
PBA<TIKS Eva|iotaltd. |.ile<l. l.'r .
Hard Hurt* aud Itultdina Supplle.
LIMB. CAI/'lt'M PLASTER AND
Cemrnt A It, terrm and Georgia lime In
fair demand and sell at Mi cent* a barrel,
special cabined plader, >1 u® per t,artel.
Uatr, 4it > Rtoudab* cement, 81 20ff1.25.
carload, lots, *|tectal; Portland cement, re
tail. 4.’25: rarload lots. 13 nniv pi
Ll itHKK F < 14 VESSELS SAVAN
NAH .VllnlmtMu. yard rlivs. lit) uoo 1109,
oar *lll*. SI2 509113-48'. dlfllonU .I***. 14()
81 woo. ship slock. Ilf. >w< l t*', ii.ii He*.
Dt*mß 50. hewn tlet. 3-u3B*
OIL Market steady, demand fair. lg
nai, 4.>qsb< . West Virginia black. 9<ul2r;
laid. 58c: neatsfn.a ug;7uc. machinery, 18
U23c, 11 lirec.l oil, raw. Til’.' hollerl, 78%c.
ketoeene. i*mo white 12, , water whits,
lie, Pratt's astral, 14c, deulorlsed stove
ga.oline. dtuni). 11 Vis , empty oil barrels,
SHOT Drop. H 50. If B. and large. If TO.
IKtiN Market very steady; Swede, 5%-
NAILS -4'ut. 12 18) base, wire. 32 25 lta*
BARKED WIRE S3 So per 100 (•ounde
<H'N I*OWDER- Per kt-g. Austin crack
stmt. It Oi. half kegs. 37 25, quarter kegs,
11.25; champion ducking, quarter k.-g,
82 25. Dupont and Hasir t stnnkele**. half
kegs $1125. quarfer keg*. $5 75; 1-ponnd
ranl-ler*. 3100, Ir*. 25 per rent ; Ttol.-
dorf rmokrles. powder, 1 |toun<l tana, $1;
30-pound cane 9A- pound
►all. Hide* nnd Wool.
SALT- Demand Is fair and the market
steady; tarbeid lota. KYi-pound burlap
nark*. 44c, H*Vpound cotton sack*. 45c,
no-pound burlap sacks. 44%c; 110-pound
cotton sack*. %c. 225-pound tiurlap
sacks, SA-, 125-pound crMton sacks. Me,
230-pound burlap sack*. *S<-
llnt|J4 sl,rket firm, dry flint, 13%c
dry salt. ll%c. green salted. A-.
WOOl.— Nominal, prime Georgia, free
of an.| burs and black wool, 19c. black.
18c; hurry. 10c Wax. 2Sc; tallow. 3%r-
Deer aklna. 2ftc.
Frill* and 9sti.
APPLES—Northern vwiiety, 12
ORANGE#—(FIa.) 32 .'mul'd per boa
PRT'NKH Fw to 60s. Mr. Ml* tn Os. *%r;
80s to 70s. 7r: 70s to 80s. *'yc; MJ* to 9tW. c;
tt's to lor*), 5%c.
LEMONS- Market steady at 12 50.
PEANUTS—AmpIe stock, fair demand;
market firm, fancy hand-picked. Virginia
per istund. 4%r; hand-ptrked Virginia, #g.
fra*. 4%c. N. C. seed peanuts. 4c.
NL'Ttt—Almonds, Tarragona. 18c, Ivtcav
lfe’. walnut*. French. 12c. Naples. 13c;
pecans. 12c; Rraxll*. 13c. filberts, 13c; as
sorted nuts, 50-pound and 35-pound boxes,
Colton Massing and Ties.
BAGGING—Market firm: Jide, 7%.
pound. M*r; large lota, B%c; small lot*.
3-pound 7%r; -na island bagging. 12%c.
TlßS—Standard. 45-pound, arrow, large
lota, $1.30; small InCs. $1 33
Karon, Hams and Lard.
BACON—Market firm; D. S. C R aide*.
T%r; 1 B bellies, s%c (Eastern I. ac
cording to average elxe; D H Retiles, B%C
(Western), emoked C, R sides. B%c.
HAM#—Sugar cured. imol2%r
LARD—Pure, In tierces. B%c; in 60-
pound tins and (Si-pnund tub*. B%c.
compound. In tierce*. B%r; s)'-pound tins,
and m-pound cubs. B%c.
Mine ELLAXROt *.
FlSH—Mackerel, half-harrel*. No J.
33.Wi; No 2. $7 00; No $. $5 75 kit*. No
I. 1130; No. 2 $1 10; No 3.85 c Codfish.
1-pound brbks. SV. 3-pound bricks. 8c
Smoked herring, per hos, 17#19r Dutch
herring. In kegs. sl.lO, new mulled*, half
barrel*. $3 75.
SYRUP— Vlarket quirt; Georgia and
Florida syrup, buying at 28f!JOr. selling
at 324135 c; sugar house at 104115 c.
HONEY -Fair demand, atraiucd. In bar
rel*. 55ff0r gallon.
High wine* basis, $1.17
COTTON—Savannah to Boston, per
cwt 2Sc; lo New York, per cwt., 30e. to
Philadelphia. |>er bale, |l; Baltimore. sl.
FOREIGN DlßECT—Bremen. 60c; Liv
erpool. 40c; Hamburg. 4s-; Genoa SJ--;
Barcelona. U> . Manchester. 46c. Havre.
40c; Antwerp. 40. Revel, 50c Rottrrduw
40c Trieste, S3 INDIRECT-Liverpool,
3583* Hamburg. 49-, Gothenburg. 53c
LI’SIBKR-By Ball—Freights steady; to
Baltimore and eastward. $t.M to $6 75 per
M Including Portland
LUMBER—By Steam Savannah to
Baltimore. $6 *; to P R R , or B and O.
docks SSM, to Philadelphia. !6%c per
cwt. (4 pound* to foot); to New York.
$6 30 per M $7 25 to dock; lightered to
Boston $9 M
NAVAL STORES—The market la firm;
medium sis* veasele. Rosin—Cork io
order*. $* 6d per barrel of $!0 pounds and
5 per cent, primage Spirit*. 4* 9d per
40 gallon* grow*, and $ per rent primage
Large vessel*, rosin. Js; spirit* 4s and.
Steam, lie per 100 feunds on rosin, lt%-
on aplrtta. Savannah to Boston, and 3% •
on rosin and 19c on spirit* to New York
GRAIN. PHOVI!<. ETC.
New York. Nov 22 Flour well sustain
ed and fairly active without change.
Rye flour, steady.
Corn meal. firm.
Rye. quiet. }
Barley malt, quiet
Wheat—Spot firm; No f red. 797*0; op
tion* were generally firm sit day except
for an Interval of depression al noon un
der realising and ehofl selling Strength
was Inspired by higher cables, unfavor
able Argentine crop news, export buying
Train# of>+r€#d by 90th m#rkSb*n tlta■#
On# hour #lowr than city timx
In effect Oct. 1, lid).
Lv tUvunnah Imiljt. Ar. ftv*nn#b
5 IS *m| Htivunnih | 1 00<m
f I anij W.ycm##,... 10 If am
*lO #m ...... .Im k4snnvilli* jl2 10 n n
6 00 pm j ani Florida. j 7 w yua
1 am) s#\ nm#ii J (6 am
■' ♦*'* >\ —Ch#rl##lon.. 17 in am
It Kn'n| .. nnfi K##t ,j< 10 pm
U Ar Brwns*wlclC
1 \A • I
* ’W Brunswick |t OR am
906 |m Jump ... 6 iB pm
S\i*nn#li Mini .... j 7 10 tn
1 h p I pm
Conn#ctloifi l Foil Trn|m with l*#n
inrulAr xrvl OiC*d**nt#l *!f,iu4*i ioiving
for K#y Wmi mid I ||sv m.t Monday#.
Thur#<liiy ami ftttturdxy# limp m
Call at Ti. b#t OlTlcfi for further
J. 11. POLHEMI.’S, T P A .
WARD CLARK Cl > Ticket Agent.
IV ||nt#l Phono 79
B W WRKNN. PiiMncr Traffic Man*
axrr R/ivannnh. On.
fl’he.ftile Effectlv. Sept 10. 1909.
Trains arrive at and depart from
Central Hlatlon. West tlioad.
fo.fi of Utterly street.
90th Meridian Tim. On. hour slower than
■Ah V 9 Arrlva
Ougusta 51....) Atiai. a
• 45.40 Covington. MlllwigevtllelN OOpin
_ iand all Inlermedlat* jadnts;
I Augusta. Marta). Atlanta, f"
M ntgotnery, Co-i
•9 GOpmdunibua, Klrmlngham. Am- I ** OOons
lerLu* Euf .uia and Troy |
t 8 ortpm Tm sr Ao-ommodallon |t7 48am
ti txtpin Guyton I tinner Train. |fi supsn
•ftall) tt; -e;.t Sunday
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND TYREEI
75th meridian or Savannah elty tlmo.
Monday tody na. a m Dally xcht
Monday 980 a m Dally IOV p m.
Ilnndty only 715 a m Dally #*cepß
Monday 10:25 a. m. Dally 530 p. m.
< 'nnnermwi* mad. at terminal polnta
with all train* Northwest, West and
Hi* cpinjr ' .'ll on nlirht tr#tn# M<n
Hf vnn.ih #nl AufuMn, Mirnn, Allmi#
Parlor rmr on A *y rmln# hr<wrn A#*
vannah. Mam* mui Atlanta.
For tYtmplpt* Information, i' hrduitl,
r#t# "'iißfl' Mon# fif-lv fo
w a. HHKWBit. CUy Tirkft #iml P##-
•Mtr Agont. lOT Hull #tr##t.
W R McINTYRK. Depot Tick#! AffMt.
J C. HAII.K. <*#ner#| i’.tti#nfr Agent
K H IIINTON. Traffic Muntfrr
TIIKO. D. KUNG. (Jen Hii(erinin4ixt
Double Daily Service
The Short line lo Norfolk, Washington.
Baltimore. I‘hlladelphla, New York and
| No. 44 | No it
Lv Havnnnah. 8. A L Ry|U Js|.enlll Mima
Ar Columbia. # A L. Ityj 4 38tan: 4 Dan
Ar Raleigh, H A l. Ry... 11 37pm 11 imam
Ar Durham. 8. A. L Ky.. 7 UDamj 4 19pm
Ar IVlersburg. 8. A L. Ry 4 13am- 4 38pm
Ar Richmond, H. A. L. Ry 5 15am 6 40pen
Ar Waabliigton. Patton... 4 4f<m 9 JOptn
Ar Daltlmoie. i’enna KMttimUl 25pm
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Lv Savannah. 8 A L Ry(l2 SbpmlU S9pm
Ar l’urtan>uth, 8. A. L.Kyj 7 (n*to| 5 Mpm
Steamer* leave Norfolk dally, axcept
Runitay. for Baltimore, Philadelphia and
Na York, amt daily In W■thlnftji
The short line lo Montgomery. Mohlia
and New Orleans, leaving Savannah at
7:2$ a. m . arriving at Montgomery 7:49
p. m , at which point close connection la
made with the L. A N R R . arriving
at Mobile 3:06 a. m. and New Orleans
7 .40 a. m.
The Short line 10 Fernandln*. Jackson
ville. Turn|ut and other Florida point*
| No 27 | No. U
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Ar Kernandm*. SA U Ry' lSaro Mfm
Ar JackaonvlU*. HA I, K> ; !n 7 4upm
At Tampa, 8 A. I*. Ry....| & lopin' *
Magnificent Pullman buffet deeping ear
aarvlca to Washington, Baltimore. Phila
delphia aiHl Nr York, aiao to Jackaon
vlllo an'J Tampa.
Pining cars from Savannah to Hamlet
ami Richmond to Nw York.
Ruffei parlor cara Savannah to Mont
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Ticket Office, Mull and Bryan etreeta.
In Ihe ttouthweat and a fair upeculatlv*
support f'loaed firm and partly Ho nod
higher March closed *lc; May rlaaOd
; Novetnta r 77*4; December. 7774 c.
Corn—Bpm. aleady; No I. 44c; optlona
Irregular, but generally Arm. following
the Wei Higher ruble*. dlKtppulntlng
receipt a, tlmhlliy of short* and th<> wheat
advance all had an Influence. Cloaed firm
at %*!*,<■ net advance. May cloaed 4244 c;
December closed M'aC.
Gala—spot ateady; No. 2. 26 Wc; opt 100a
dull but fairly steady
Beef, ateady; cut meala, quiet.
laird, coaler: Western ateamed. 17.75; r*-
flnel. weak, continent, r At. South Amert
. an. tf.to, . .impound. 4i*V.
Tallow, firm. city. 474 c. country, 4144V4c.
Roaln, quiet; lurp*oUne, ateady, 4>HO
Rice, ateady. *
Sugar, raw, firm but quiet; refined,
roffec—Spot. Rio. ateady; mild, market
quiet The market opened aleady with
plicae unchanged to & point* tower and
for a time rub-.l harely needy with liqui
dation prompt following bearteh advlcea
from foreign cofTee market*, heavy port
and Interior Braalllan receipt#, alack apot
demand and unfriendly domoatlc statis
tic* latter there •• a alight net gain
recorded, due to rovartng and light naw
buying baaed upon a Anal rlae of 74 In
the French market At the cloae (he
market again turned eay under freoh
milling and wae Anally barely atendy.
net unchanged to 5 point* lower. Total
aalaa ware 41.500 bag*. Including December
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