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Mailer* of Inter.si to Chipping Men
(.ear rail r.
The Norwegian baric Avtemore anil the
Austrlnr bark Blandlna P, arrived y.s
trrday In ballast and will load naval store*
for Kurop*. There are a large number
of tailing vmrli bound (or Savannah,
many oi which are due to arrive within
the neal ten day*. The receipt* of roeln
ar* always heavteat during December. o
thai the number of veaeele chartered will
nol probably be more iban enough 10
transport the receipt* a.roea the water
The wind ai Tybee last night waw west,
and blowing S3 mile* an hour, li we*
raining heavily all .lay Owing to the
threatening condition of ihe weather few
veer el* proceeded out during the day.
The way* ore now In readlne** In the
•hlpyerd 0 f im,- Kast.rn Shipbuilding
Company, a. Oroion, Conn., lo receive ihe
keel* of Iho two mammoth new wteel
steamahlpa which arc Intended for the
dreai Northern Railway of North
America The projected ahlp* are larger
man any vrarasl* In ihe word now build
ing or planned They will be of JD.ftt)
ion* register and 33.0rt> ton* displacement,
or 10.0## more displacement than the At
ianl: greyhound, the Deuiechland. They
„r* Iniendwl primarily for cargo curriers,
md are not a* long a* many Atlantic lln
r*. hul much wider and deeper The
principal dimensions are: Length. OO
feet beam. IS feet; depih. 56 feet Each
nearner will have live continuous decks
..tending ihe wnole length of the ahlp.
with thr.e additional partial decks amid
snip The capacity of these ships h* tre
niemlou- and the holds are such that
... ions of coal can he carried. The dead
Height carrying capacity at normal
draught Is stated ns 20.000 ion* Accom
modation* are provided for nearly 1 100
laisser.ger* In Ihree classor. The vewwels
wl'.. hive (win screws, triple expansion
ergtn * and water tube boiler*. They wiU
ha." a speed of fourteen knot* an hour,
li i e* 1 mated thai when completed the
Steamship* will cost fully (#,<00.000 They
ie intended lo run from Ihe Pacific coast
tn Oriental port* in .aonneetton with ihe
Great Northern Railway.
Sun rise* at Ml a. m. and eels at 4:55
High water at Tybee to-day at 10:15 a
m and 10 57 p m High water a Savan
nah one hour laier.
I'liasc* of the Moon for Aovember.
D. H M
Full moon . 6 5 0 evo.
last quarter 15 6 (7 eve.
New moon 22 1 17 morn
First quarter 20 11 JS morn
Muon perigee. &th. Moon ajFgee, 17th.
ARRIVALS AMD IIEPARTIRCO.
Vessel* Arrived Vesterday.
Steamship ("Tty of Birmingham. Rerg,
New Yurk —Ocean Steamship Company
Steamship Florida. Allen, Baltimore
Bark Avlermore (Nor). Sorensen, Han
defjord —Chr Cl Dahl A Cos.
Blandln* P. (Ault). Rowmamch. Mar
Schooner Bertha F. Walker, Ward. In
low Port Royal—Master.
Schooner Harry A. Berwlnd, Wallace,
Vessel* Went to Seat.
Revenue cutter Algonquin.
Pensacola, Fla . Nov >1 —Arrived, bark*
fognatl (Rail. Plulremola, Genoa; Vlaur
ls iGen Meersne*. Charleston: schooner
V ..li y Hermann. Clark. Cardenas
Hailed, wieamshlp Lllamy (Br), Muiquest.
Port Tampa, Fla . Nov 24—Arrived,
>t .mer Eureka. Thompson, Philadelphia.
Sailed, schooner C B Qliddln. False.
I ton. Mascotte. White, Havana, via
Ft rnandlna. Fla., Nov 24 Arrived,
fetmer Lew.mlka (Br), Williams. Hi
Sailed, schooner Anna rendletoti, rat
*on. New York
Apalachicola. Fla . Nov 24—Entered,
schooner Fred H. Gibson (Br). PublUrsv
bleared. Morris W. Child. Murphy. Bos
Jacksonville, Fla.. Nov. 24 Entered,
trhooner John H. May, Burrow*. New
cleared. steamship Comenche, Pennlng
ton. New York
Charleaton, 8 c., Nov 25—Arrived,
steamer Iroquol*. Kemble. New York.
Aatieo. *choonee Eva A. Danenhower.
Key West. Kht.. Nov. 24—Arrived,
, learner Mascotte. Pori Tampa, and sailed
for llavan, schooner Glaxler. McDonald,
Sailed, steamer Miami. Delano. Miami.
Pensacola. Fla . Nov. 24.—Arrived,
steamer hark Madonna del Orlo (Hal),
Cambio. Itlo Janeiro.
Notice to Mnrlnera.
Pilot charts and all hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished master* of ves
*• 1 free of charge In United Slat** hy
drographic office In Custom Mouse Cap
tin* are requested to call at the office,
tleporl* of wreck* and derelicts received
f. r transmission to the Navy Depart
I EMEU HOI M) FOR SAVANNAH.
Armenia (Br). 1.51# ton*, Scearf. at Barry,
Ardova (Br). 2.no* lon*. Smith; sld Man
chester. Nov. 15.
‘ ‘ malls (Brig.), 1.947 lon*. L,enaer: aid.
bwoneea. Nov. 15.
I’aventry (Prl. 1,579 ton*, wilsor., it Bre
men for Charleston or Savannah.
Klrkstah (Br), 1.162 tons, Christiansen; sld.
Harry, Ort. 19
l.ulse (Ger)., (new). rant. —; due Dec.
# for Liverpool.
Marla Raffo (Hair. 1.509 ton*. Ramondo.
*l*l. Rotterdam. Oct. (0.
Aline (Ital), 718 ton*. Marian!, aid. Goote,
Armenia (Ital), 1.007 ton*. Scotto; at Na
ple*. Oct. 30.
Alberto (Ral). 715 tons. Casarano; sld.
Messina. Oct. M.
Armonla (Ral), 965 ions, Tasrara; at Car
thageno. Oct. 2
l-ady Blessingion (Nor). tons, Ko
gelsladt; sld. London. Nov. li.
< narlott* (Ger), 1.24 J ton*, Hellberg; ld
Hamburg. Oci 29
iiaheth (Ger), 1.134 ton*. Rrtmer*; sld
Hamburg, Nov. 4.
> leda (Ger). 1.146 ton*. Falk. sld. Rot
terdam. Nov. 4.
Kotka (Nor). 837 tons. Erlksen: sM. Har
urg. Nov 1.
ageroe (Nor). 50* tons. Monsen; sld.
Belfast. Nov. 19.
mpfjra’d (Nor). 74S ton*. Boreaeen; *ld
Bartpw. Oct. 18.
l-ti*ta (Ral). 6*o torn. Leboffe; *sl Gi
braltar. Oct. 24.
: ban. 54n ton*. Delano, aid. Pernambuco,
*: Aiiegrei M. (Ital), M tons, Fldele;
I Marseilles, Oci. 13.
>M.i Adelaide (Ital). 4*l tons. Ollvarl;
'"* Genoa. June *; pd. Tartfa. Bept 17.
•* ,r *a T. (Ral). 73t) tons. Trapaali ld
I’rrto Ecnptdocle, Oct 3*.
Monarch iHwedi, 825 tono. Anderson; *!d.
Galway, Oct. 50.
i Scotia (Nor), 1,110 tons, Halvorsen;
" ' Belfast, Nov. 13.
r >|a Met dr* (Ital). 1,03* ton* Schlaffino;
'll Genoa, Oct. 2.
dragon (Nor). 7 ion*. Runch: at Ply-
Oxeuth. Nov. 7 (wind bound); sld Nov. 17
MURPHY & CO., INC..
Board of Trad* Building, Savannah.
Private leased wires direct lo New York.
Chicago and New Orleans.
COTTOX, HOIKS AND GRAIN.
New York office. No. fl Broadway.
Office* in principal ciriva throughout the
South Writ* for our Market Manual and
bock containing Instruction* for trader*
Russell (Nor). 607 tons, Hansen: *H Glas
gow. Nov. I*.
Stella del Mare (Ral.), 1.135 ton*. L-ivugl
nus. sld Genoa. Oct. 2
Veronica (Bt), 1.093 ton* McLeod. a( Wa
terford. Sept 21.
Victor (Nor). *ll ton*. Ostvlk. ski Bar
row. ltd. 19
\\ a.land (Nor), f*g ton*. Eriksen. ld
Liverpool. Nov. 18.
Fred Jackson 265 ton*. Halt; sld New
York N*v. 16,
Ida Lawrence, t. 79 tons. Campbell; sld
Margaret A May. 458 ran*. Jarvis; rid
Baltimore. Nov. 24.
Star of the Sea, 505 tons, Pettengall. at
Lliilt- B. Willey. 523 tons. Rivers; sld
Boston. Nov. 15
WEEKLY MtHKUT REVIEW.
Stork* Active and Irregular—Cotton
There I* a* yet scarcely any diminution
In the feverish activity In stocks The
early market was strong, and with fitful
reacttoiis prices scored a furtho substan
tial advance; latterly, however, general
weakness set in, and considerable reces
sion* from heel price* were made Al Ihe
• lose losses and gains appear about even
ly divided, but with the difference the!
In many cases gain* are quite important,
while losses are generally moderate
Strong features were Northern Pacific
and Great Northern on rumors of a con
sol rla i lon of inletesle. St Paul and Trac
tion stocks The late weakness was most
pronounced In iron and steel stock*, es
pecially Tennessee Coal
The hank statement was favorable, bur
failed to support the market, wnich gave
wav at the close under pressure of hear
selling Money was easy enough.
Conservative bulls do not appear dis
■ouraged by Ihe turn of the market. on
the contrary they are disposed to welcome
a reaction in order to prevent speculation
becoming too congested R |* cla m-l
tost the situation will he alt the stronger
for a Utile healthy reaction R Is not
believed that top prices' have yet been
reached bin great discrimination and
Judgmeni are urged In selecting clocks
and Ihe time for buying.
Cotton has ruled strong, and January
went <t.most to 10c. reaching 9 98c. The
close was a little easier, at 9 S9v an ad
vanre of 35 points.
The crop movement was somewhat
smaller, he|ng about 25,(wn bales behind
lost tear for the week The present dis
position Is toward lower cellmates, hut
apiuarenlly without any Immediate neces
sity for so doing. Os* thing seems cer
tain. and that Is that rue disposition ar.d
ability to hold cotton are both greabr
this year than Ihey were last year. If
this supposed Increased holding amount t
to only 10 percent, of the re'atlve amount*
left behind the crop will reach in.son.<W.
Meantime, the South Is again long, both
actual cotton and futures
William T William*.
REVIEWS OF COTTON t| HIKED,
By Haven A Stoat, New York.
The crop situation is unchanged, and It
Is now recognized that there Is no longer
any chance for an actual lucres o In tile
amount of cotton that has tsyn produced.
Heavy rains in Texas, following cold
weather, have ended any expeetaUon of
further growth In that state, and the dis
position at present on the purl of the
trade Is to estimate what the crop will
actually he. More or less Importance ha*
been attached to Mr Neill's figures, w hich
were made public on Friday. It had been
pudlcted that hla llgures would he mod
erate, and his estimate of a crop of be
tween 9.500.(0* and 9.725).00(i bates agreed
wllh the general anticipation. It might
be said that the market laid discounted
this In advance hv the increase,! firm
ness of spots and the further advance
recorded In price* for future* during the
early part of Ihe week The movement
for Ihe week continue* to be large, hut
It Is not thought that receipt* at Interior
point* wilt exceed Ui.au bales against
353(8Xi hale* last week, anti we again hear
a good deal of talk from various sections
about the practical exhaustion of supples
tn some quarters ai*J the Increased dlz
t-osltton of producers to hold back their
surplus cotton for higher prices.
ilost of the current Influences are bul
lish, and there ha* also been on Increased
speculative Interest In Ihe market, the
advance this week, having been arcom
panted by renewed buying Rom outsider*,
while the realisation of profit* on the rl*c
was not excessive At the same time
the market nas advanced about one rent
a pound within less than a month, and
lo many thl* seems for lb* present to
discount the bul.lsh equation statistically
Spots are very firmly held, bui the effect
of the recent rise ha* been to check buy,
ing by spinner*, although 14 is to be noted
that mill owner* freely admit high grades
are scarce and legitimately cotnm.inl
belter price* The Liverpool market has
been generally strong, though at the close
of the week the tone there was reaction
ary. much more so than It Is here, the
local trade being generally fuvorahie o
the ron'tnuance of the advance, with only
moderate reactions In Iho quotation*
By Jacob Berry A Cos.
The cotton market has. generally *|“ ik
ing, been very strong this week During
Ihe long period of declining prices which
followed the government report of Octo
ber with the trade developed strong bear
ish proclivities and a large short Interest
was formed. This ha* been unde the pro
cess of retreating ever since, and we
think II has been folrly well covered It
has not been the technical position of the
speculation, however, that caused Ihe
advance so murh as that of the trade with
the resultant demand for spoia. Eatmrt*
of the staple have gone on at a tremen
dous pace, and price# have strengthened
c orrespondingly. A* result, the foreign
er* have already hough' a grealer per
centage of thl* crop than usual hut a*
they tvive needed Ihe cotton to feed the
mills their sicks continue low The
American * pinners have bought !••*' of
the staple sine* the season opened than
laist year, because they have looked for
a more liberal crop and a weakening Of
prices The slge of Ihe crop must re
main mailer of opinion for some lime
lo come, but the latest estimates Indicate
that It Is not likely lo come up to the
cxpecatlons of a month ago. nod hardly
equal the estimated consumption. The
need of raw cotton In this country doc
n,.t give and evidence of Justifying bis
curtailment of purchases by home con
sumer*. and we believe that this mut
be made up for later In Ihe season.
Tha frost* In the South seems lo have
killed all chance* of a further growth.
The planter I* In the best position he has
cv*r been to hold cotton off (he m irkel,
and in the struggle over price* h< ha* a
JOHN W. DICKEY,
Keek Bad Bond Broker,
AlOt STA, GA.
Write for List.
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2fi. 15)00.
bttter position to work from than Ui*
cMfioumer. either American or foi*-iKn.
LsiVt-pMol wmn bibber io-u*y owing to
t)u* iKitili agon of Mr. NetU‘ crop *tl
mte. li’> pUor* thin crop at 9.79D.0M0
Imlo V\ *• think that tht* rhould In tho
#mni tor profit takinu. but w*ouM buy
on any Mtb^ck.
H til,HO All KIHMViI
Itanriftontr* I nerratra At 111 Minnn lv
thr I.ciiilliiu Mure.
Th* earning!! of the Central of Oaorgta
ItallroitJ for the week ending the aeoond
week of November were 5112.254. against
sl-6.793. ami fc.ilT.a* from Jan 1 to che
end of the n*(Unl week. agatnM $4,909,972
for the <<ere*ponding period In 189s In
creab© in grote for Ihe week In question,
Thv kroe* earnings of the ileocjus South
ern and KtOiMa Railroad for Octoocr were
$107,7,77, aK tinst $101.521 for the tunio month
I t year, ehow tng an ln *r*wee of frt.zfa
Tde expense* and taxes wrere slun,
Mrf>un*i $67,637 last year, an increaee of
fc.74- Th< nee earnlnge were $J6,672.
Msainet S:.9M an Increaa** o( SJ.6HK The
net from July 1 to Oct. 31 were $118,173, an
Increase of st.9u6.
Ex-Judge WiUi.im J. Curtis, ae assignee
of Frier, McCormick ic Cos . eto< k brok
ets. who failed laat spring, with liabili
ties of jtxjut SI3.<JtiO,OUO. will on Monday
sell at publt# auction, at fd Fourth ave
nue, New York, the remaining personal
effects of the asMgned estate It la ex
p t l*-d that another dividend ni l be de
clared for the benefit of the cndltoie in
a short time
The Central of <ieorgl* Railroad Com
pany h.iK requested the New York Stock
Ex* hnnge to lisa sj>.im. additional on.-ol
b per cent, bonds
UINRKIt t IaRWIT VIEWS.
The Financial Oatlnnk as Aren From
New York. Nov. 24.—Another week of
extraordinary activity in Wall street,
with sonH* abatement In the ardor of
buying, however, hut no development of
important •’bear'* selling There m no
apparent tltrwdity snoot the general gootl
undercurrent of the market For the five
days eating with the Jlat instant, the
Naleik of *to k* aggregated 6.2Z7.N36 ehsrea.
or an average of 1.247.567 shares per day:
wnich is a continuous activity unequalled
n the traneactlons of the Stock Ex
Rat* ly ha** there been. In a great ftperu
iative imom s<> little disposition lo chal
lenge a largo rise in prl. e* It is true,
that among tne more prudent of large op
erator!-. ther* has bean some consider
hie realliing of profits; hut such offerings
have been freely taken. So elated la
puhhc opinion over the eon firms non of
the gold basis and the prospect of com
pletion of currency reform that It t* felt
that ail investments have gained added
value an-1 that our whole financial svs
tem hits been placed upon a more solid
AnnxiK Inventors there is a growing dis
satisfaction with the low rate of eacn-
Ings flrst-r.ass se,4irltlen. especially
rahroad hond.s. Railroad sto, ks have been
largely rejected because of the unerriatn
• y of their earnings; during recent year#,
however, the restraints on now railroad
building thf* improving regulation of rail
competition, the more Intelligent and eco
nomy a I management, the Increasing traf
fic and the rising scale of net earnings—
4hes#- #usee nave produced an important
/iln in th* Investment value of this class
of se urltiee. win h Is now t*eglnnlng to
he understood and appreciated The ra
ault of this tendency is apparent in cur
rent realixings upon railroad bonds and
the reinvestment of Ihe procee<ls In ap
proved railroad stocks The result of thl*
transposition of Investment* Is distinctly
apparent in the comparative neglect of
bond? In the current boom
Ylslhlr *appl of f'otlAU.
From the New York Commercial and
Financial Chronicle. Nov 24.
The visibio supply of cotton to-night
aa made up hy cable an I telegraph Is as
follows. Foreign stock*, a* well as the
afloat, are this week’s returns, and con
sequently ali foreign figures are brought
ltvn to Thureda> evening. Rut to make
the total the , ompiete figures for to-night
(Nov 23>. w** add the Item of exports from
the Fnlted States, including in It the ex
port* of Friday only.
<Hfork at IJ ver pool, hales . 430. OH) 796.n0.)
Stock ill l>ondon la.nuo S,sso
Total Grea; Rrttain stork 446.00$ 79f*.dn
Htock at Hamburg 29,(Ml
Htock at Bremen llu.un idl.nnn
Stuck at Amsterdam l.uoo
Htock ut Rotterdam 300 2n
Htock at Antwerp 4.0 U) 4 ouo
Htoi k at Havre 9vin 175.tri0
Hto* k at 2.uno 4,uou
Hio k at Bar elonx
Stock at (lenoa I t.non 2ti •>>
Hioi k at TrPwte J.OuO 9.<0
Total continental stoke,. 269.300 601^")
Total European stocks,. 714,309 1.299.200
India cotton afloat for
Europe 46.0 ft) 1.900
American cotton afloat
tor Europe 733.000 495.000
Egypt. Brazil, etc, afloat
fur Europe 57.000 76.0 ft t
Stock n Alexandria. Egypt U2,(ino
Hto< k In Boml>jy. liwlia .. 14$.<i) lfcS.Ouo
Htock ml* S. i*orts 810.428 l.ft|s.ijs
Suc k in U. 8 Interior
towns SO6JOB 746.191
U. 8 exports !o-fcy 42A50 16.090
Total visible supply 3.289.280 4.<09.481
Of th< above, total* of American arid
other descriptions are as follows.
lAlverpool sts'k. bales .... 373,000 7(Kt.ooi
Conrinentnl stocks 45£.<j00
Amerlc.in afloat for Eu
rope 733.000 496.0ft*
I’. H stock 810.428 1.045.39*
F H interior stocks $AT,.v>2 71$. 193
U. 8. exports to-duy 42.850 U.s9o
Total American 3 79G.080 3.483.281
Ea*t Indian Brasil, etc.—
L4vetpoo4 wtOv-k 67.000 93.*)00
London etock 15 on 2.ftK>
t'ontinental slocks 39 jnO 43.2U0
Zi.dt.a afloat for Europe
Ivgvpt. lirasli. et*‘.. afloat.. $7,000 78 000
Htm kin Alexandria Egypt 132.ftn 158.Ofti
StCKk in Bomrxjy, India . 148.000 183.9 ft
Total s>asi Ind.o. etc 491 yn 558.300
Total Ame rican 2.795,060 3 452 2:
Total visible supply 3 289.280 4 029.4 M
Continental Imports past week have been
9* "00 hales.
The above figures Indicate a decrease In
of 730.34 bales is row'i>ared with Iminu
d.te of 189$. a loss of 1.346.129 bales from
189$, and a decline of 4*7.644 hales from 1897
book tOTII Hi.
‘•Eugene Norton a Tale fiom the Rage
bush Land,** by Ann#* Bhannon M nroe
Band M Nally A Cos., pu’ daher-. New
York t’loth. 81 25. This Is k piece o
charming hesrt-blogrsphy. and well worth
reading Catharine Musgrava has devel
oped all the amUbte features th her moth
er's character without her timidity; and
all the mental strength of her Bcot< h
father without hla disposition to tyran
nise. Catharine <'ome upon the scene In
Berlin, on the concert platform, where
•he ha* been i laced by her German m i l ’
teacher. Possessing . fine vote# and
thoroughly trained, she la. nev*rtheie<e,
about to collapse through stage fright*
The accompanist begins the prelude, but
the singer cannot make a sound; while
the ayn;*ithetlc pianUt begins over ug ln
to give her time, her eye* wander tn wl and
seaivh for help over th* audience, and
suddenly the laces all heconv- converged
in on* face. "A iuir of calm,
gray eyes meet and hold her as by force "
And this tlm* she 1* able to *trlk* bar
note-rich. full. perfect Bhe sings
straight through to the end. never taking
her eye# from their keeper and wins the
hearty Oemafi Bravo! Bravo* Th *t prlr
of calm, masterful gray eves’* h mu n
to do with the heart history of Catharine
*'RMa.“ by L*aura K Bichard# Bsna
Estes k Cos.. Boston, publishers. Cloth
sl. Tha reader null find this story full
of exciting incidents, but fully as excit
ing ones occur In real life There #s
nothing improbable In them The char
acter* are strongly draivn and the ory
w a deeply Interesting one Th* lus
trations are by KtheMrrd B. Barry.
“Phaetlion. , ' by llenry Abbey. Htyles
A Klerted. Kingston. Near Y’ork. publish
ers Cloth 75 cents This charming lit
tle volume will give pleasure to thowe
whose Interest In public*;lorn* lewd*
them to read It Heckles “Fhaethon**
there are three stories in verse, each on ’
of which |s well wrorth renting
“True Bear Stories.** by Joaquin Miller.
Illustrated, cloth. 12 mo. price 81 25 Rand.
McNally A Cos., publishers. New York It
X°e without raying that anything writ
ten by Joaquin Miller wrtil be Interesting
Of all the subjects h* has choaen to wrMe
on there Is non** more interesting to boys
than bear> And when stories nf hears
written by Joaquin Miller, vouched for
as “true.” arid exquisitely illustrated by
Percy Berlnger. arc to be had there
ought to be ,i large demand for the book
containing them In the “Introductory
Notes ' Dr. David Starr Jordon, president
of Stanford Jr . Fnivcrslty. has
contributed such Information as enables
one to read Intelligently of the different
kinds of hears that figure In the stories
And at the end of the volume Is an ex
haustive “Scientific Cla ral first ton of
Bears " edited by Pjerre \ Berlnger In
closing the hook, therefore, one feel# that
he has learned about all that ia known of
“Nigger Baby and Nine Beasts.** by
Alma Fioren.Y Porter The EEsa Pub
lishing Company. New York Cloth 81
Tnose who find pleasure in readtna ani
mal stories wlii appreciate this hook
There are of them In IhN collection,
and all of them are good Thev are not
only good stories, but they are well writ
ten The volume Is certain to be a popu
There is a distinctive hokdav fl * vor
about Alnslee’s for December There are
real Christmas stories in “When B.tnla
Claus Went Wooing by Joe Lincoln, and
“The Rag Doll,*’ hy Eugene Wood, and
the contents In general suggest the sea
son 'The Great Interrogation.* hy Jack
Ijondon. Is powerful love story of life
in Alaska and “The Deserting of Hcrgr
Heath.** hy W. A Fraser. Is an admir
able hit of sentiment and humor Nor
must we overlook “The Ballad of Ohadl
Frye.” by Holman F Day. whose work
remind* us a little of Hood, although Day
Is a Yankee of e purest strain A
striking article In this number is “The
D'Artagran of the Business World,** by
George L Fielder. It the life atory of
William C Whitney, and Is of exception
al value, because It contains much tht
seems to be Inside information and also
he# • use It is not one long. Hired A
Smith. 238 William street. New- York city.
In M<durt* Mwgaxihe for December ap
pears the first instalment of * the
latest and the most Important novel from
Kipling’s pen From the beginning It re
veals Itself as a masterpiece, worthy alike
of Its theme and of Hs author B 4
“Kim** la not th" sole feature of prime
literary Importance of the number. An
thony H|m begins a series that will be
welcomed by every wise reader. The
Toily Dialogue*." won for this brilliant
writer his first prestige The “Doily” of
thos# beguiling conversations was an art
let** creation, a personality absolutely new
In literature, yet trife living An arti
cle f permanent value in this Isstie 1*
the first of two In which are related “The
Ivist Days of the Confederate Govern
ment." This was written bv the late
.Stephen R. Mallory. Secretary of the
Navy In the Confederate government He
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“Klm“ are by Lo< kwood Kipling, the au
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WHY BUFFER 7
BoM under *usrante t following slot**;
HonMnaki's. Jones'. Masonic T>mple.
Knlxhl s. W F. Reid's. Marlows C\. ve
tand e. Iwnn'lly *. and W. A. r>tfman"aj
LIIG'MAN BROS.. Snvsnnsh Ga . and
W. F. REID. 6; s\. Distributors
JOHN G. BUTLER,
Palms. Oil* and Glass Bash. Door*.
Blinds and Builders' bundle* rialn and
Dsrors'lv# Wall Taper, For4r and Do
mestic Cem.nis. Lime. I'Lsler and Harr.
Bole Agent tor Abestln* Cold Water Pi nt.
3) Congress street steel, an 1 It 81. Julian
Trains Arrive and Depart Ba.xnnah on toil. Meridian Time—One Hour Slower
Than Clly Time.
Ckfiedule tn Kffect Nov. It. I*oo.
ni'AJ'M UN ¥6 TIIE ISA#. , RKAD VP.
No .44 No 36~]| (Centtei Time.l No Y* No 13
irssr.in :3~>an> Lv tvavannah Ar | t loam, 3 la, n
(Eastern Time.) | |
4 21pm, 4 jKam Ar lllatKvllle Lv, 3 (Ham; 1 Wpm
* Kpu 4 lAint Ar , otumhia Lv l int II Jam
ltq.ni 4sini Ar .. Chailotie Lv | t Kpin * oam
11 44ptu : J3|>m Ar Green-boro ... Lv 7 i*pm 5 Osm
1 toam rj’Ar N..r(..iK" Lv|!.” • > .
12 Mam i M|>m lAlr ~ Danville Lv;; t 48pm 4 Don
BMum < 25pm'Ar R! htnond I.v I2 olpml. n>oi
2 Slam i43|.ni Ar Lv bhtitg ~ i." Lv I S Itm. S M
4 35am 11 pot Ar Clistlmtee.llle —....... I.v 2 totan.U Mtmi
* 25ant 4 .iunltAr Wsehlnglon . Lv ill 15am, s sv lll
* 15am II s,|.nt Ar Uajlmre I.v nro *Dw
11 Mam J .'dim Ar Tt.ii ,d<<l|>hu Lv|| 3 60am| 6 85pm
303 pm 6 23.1 m Ar N w York Lv|il3 10 mi 3 2>pm
3 3op.n | enpm Ar ik> im lx 100pro|v> Idtun
N " ** TO THK NORTH AND WI ST I No 25
(Caßtrul THM.) I
uidem |Lv” Savannah Ar I Mkßk
(la,-leu Time )
Mem ILv , o umbta Lv | 1
t beam I.v SperLmbtirg Lv ! 6 l..pm
1J lopm Lv Aahevtli* U un
4iC|.m Ar |lot Bprlngs Lv!|ll Y>*n
7 vpm Ar Knoxville I.v j * Stem
Ar Lextngion . I,v‘ 10 JOrnn
7 45am 'Ar Cincinnati Lv X tpm
•""I'm Ar si Louis L'
7 MarnAr Louis villa , , l.vt; T Cam
All train* arrive and depart from thet'laul Myelrn. Station.
THROUGH CAR BKHVICK. ETC
TRAINS 33 AND M DAJLT. NEW YORK AND KUIRIDA EXTBEBB Vaatl
buled limited train-, wllh Cullman Drawing Room Hl*,q6ng Car# between Sav.nu
tt.h and N.*w York Comte, ta ai Wa.-htnuton with Colonial Kxprea* (or 1t..-ion
Pullman Hl.eptng C.ire between Chaildte ami Richmond and Charlotte art# Nor
folk Dlnlnx Care Serve all meal* between Savannah atal Washington
TRAINS 35 AND 36 DAILY. THK UNITED STATES FART MAIL VesllhoDd
limited trains, carrying Pul!m„n Drawing Room Bleeping Car* t.eta-een Savannah
and Near York Dining Cars serve nil m-ala between Savannah and Washington
Also Pullman I’raalng Room Sleeping Car* between Savannah and Onclui.atl,
through Asheville and “The Land of ( a Sky."
For romplete Information n# lo rates. e*'hevlulea. ele . apply to
F B GANNttN. AI V P A O 31 J M CULP. T M. W A TURK. O. P. A ,
Waahlngloet. D. C,
S H HARDWICK. Aes* Oen l Pans Agent. Atlanta, Oa.
tj GROOVER. Ticket Agent. Plant System StaSlon
JAMES FREK.VIAN. CP A T A 141 Bull elreet. Savannah Ga . Phonea
Useful : Articles
Is Composed Partly of the Following:
PORTIERES FOR FOLDING POORS
HOT STUFF STOVES.
INLAID LINOLEUMS AND STRAW MATTINGS.
READ’S ODORLESS REFRIGE RATORfi.
UPHOIATBR7 GOODS AND LACK CURTAINS.
BUCK’S STOVES AND RANGES.
AXMINfITER AND VELVET CARPETS,
IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS.
KIIADER TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
LEATHER LOUNGES AND ROCKERS.
VKSTIBULK LACE AND LACE PANELS
IM FERIAL BABY JUMPER.
MANTEL SCARFS AND CHINA SILK
PEDESTALS AND LADIES’ DESKS.
COUCH AND TABLE COVERS
KEROSENE OIL HEATERS.
WILTON AND SMYRNA BUGS. ALL SIZER
COMBINATION BOOK CASES.
Thera are only a few of Ihe thing, we have. We hove Just what you want,
and the quality and the price Is always right.
Our Motto. "Not llow cheap, but How Good," la carried nut all through the
W# want lo sell for CABII. but If you have nol got all the rash, and your ref
ers nrew ore right, your credit will be good for Ihe tvaiance.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
I Malarial poisoning may show Itself in regu-i
I lar chills and fever; or in hard headaches, j
| aching bones, sore muscles, indigestion, nerv- J
jjousness. ■ # _ *
■fbhill and Fever : TonicJ
|l GREITEST HLARU AID AGUE CORE If THE YOBU). |
/is a positive and never-failing specific for bil- j
[ ious fever, malaria, chills and fever, and for all
Ithc distressing complaints due to living in a ,
malarious district. j
"1 hod f ,m and ago. for lv. wntks. and no mher rant'd. I ng to, k 1
Kss s.r hrarallwd m bat. 1.1.1. I saw .oar l.ipptnaa'a Chill and Favor Toole
i spoortlsod, and 1 bought a bolt!., and It has rfl.ctod a porfoct curs, and would .
- x .!wi add that for penons ia dslicato borlih It w lb*- boat lonic th*. corona* >
p.Uxk Btn.rr, Savtansh. (Js., August Od. 1(00. •
o LIPP3II4 Hltiit., Ilragglala, Soli, Proprl.torn, J
to* i S) Llppraan’r (floret, wavannab. Ga.
kXSSiW 50c- pop bottla. All druggists tall It.
jg , ■ be , wJSSBW
Prom lb* noil rrlcfcratrri mwuufwriarm, both flrs-pronf mud
burglar proof safe* and ranlf door*.
\Y> carry an Immense aiork nf Fire-proof *afe*. Oar •fork em
brace* a eery elegant line from TB9 to 4.0 U |Mand* t Inelaalve,
• Ingle and doable door*, aad a elalf to oar establishment to In
spect these elegaat *fe* will be a source of mach profit and In
struction to our friend*.
The price will he na low mm any really Fire-proof ftafe can be
made, and oar motto I* Qanllty and ftafety of the flrst import
•end or call on u* for farther particular*, catalogue and prise*.
Wholesale Agents for Manufacturers
of Fire-Proof Safes.
Trains operated by tilth meridian lloh
One hour slower than city tuna.
In effect Nov 3'., ism
All traiiT~ 1
Lv Savannah Daily Ar Bavarmali
3IS am| ....... Htv anna h jlj 10 am
5 am ...... Way oe* j 1 lx) am
* W am J .. kmiivllle |IO IS am
3 25 I'm nut Ftntda 13 44 pm
OU pm i-ame ! 7 00 pm
1 3i am Savannah ‘J 45 am
9in am ... Charleston ;7 50 am
I <vt pm nut E.ihi 6 55 pm
Lv Hrunsalik Ar llrtmawlck
6 40 ,ni (trim ,v 4, k .. a 05 am
••05 pm J. ,ip ... [6 25 pm
1 , k -I, ~. 1 i’U
ConticctKata at l'uil Tampa wllh Pen
insular an,l D.iidental ,i liner, leavlnff
for Key w.at and Havana Mondays,
Thursday, and B.iturdaye. 11 00 p m
Call at Tlrkrt ttfi a for further mfor
J. H. ft *l.ll KM US. T P A
WARD CLARK. II v Ticket Agent.
Pa Rot., lintel Phone 73
B W WRKN'N I'arsenger Tr .lfie Mm.
ager. Bavannah. Ga
■——• —r= .J22'.JB
Fffrt'flv*f> F#pt Ift. !!.
Train* arrive al and tffpirl from
('cntral Hiailon. V\>*t Mro*4,
fn>t of Liberty atroal.
9ftfh llriifiian Titn* on* hour zlowag lhaa
lAugnt M i4.fi AlUniii.!
•8 4&an Covington. Mlii*ia*vlll* M Vprr
(and ali lntrm*il!*t* polnl*|
\1 r *n. Altunin.|
!Aihet>*. Monunmifry. Co-|
•9 oftf>m|lumhu*. Mir mlngbam. Am- *8 00am
Jarlrua. Kufaula nrwl Troy |
♦8 00pm) lovpr Ait omniii'liiilon jtT 4tam
12 uopm Guv (on Dinner Train '|t4Aoptit
•Dally. IK5* j*t Hunlay.
rrtween bavannaii and ttbek*
75th meridian or Havannah rlty tim*
Mon<9a> only $ 2f* a in Dally *zo*ps
Monday 930 a m Dally 3 ftO p. m.
Momlav only 715 an Daily xo#pl
Monday 10:26 a m Dally 6SO p. m.
a act km* made at terminal |*>!nta
• llh all train* Northwest, Weal aivt
Hlpppirif car.; on night train* br(Mn
Havannah an.l AuguMa, Macon. Atlanta
Parlor car* on day train* b+fw+o* da
vnnnah. Mm r* and Atlanta.
lor t , nilftr In forma i lon. acha9ui*a v
ral** ami turn*. <i(q4> to
W G. BHEWCMC. nty *IT krt and Pa*a
rngrr Agont. 197 Hull *trr#t.
W II M9TNTYRC. Dapot Tick *4 Ag*n,
J C IIAIDK. Gf-iirrai l\ AgraL
K II HINTON, Traffic Manager
TIIEO D. KLINE, flan Bup#fintmd*nfc
Double Daily Service
The ahnre line tn Norfolk.
Haltlmor, Philadelphia, New York sad
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS
No 27 North and Last 5m am
No. 33 Denmark and Iwtral Hta
,lon 10 am
No 31 North and East 13 10 pm
No Ti M mlg unery and Wel 3 2t pm
No. 74 Helena and Loral Points... 145 am
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS - " ---
No H Jacksonville and Florida sml am
No II Jarksonvlllr and Florida 13 14 pm
No 44 N- w York and Kaiel 1 M pm
No. 34 Denmark and Atigtirla 3 55 pm
No. 71 Montgomery and Weal 7 25 am
No. 73 Helena and laical Btallons, 6 30 pm
Magnify cut Pullman btiffe# sleeping oar
service to Washington Baltimore. Phila
delphia and New Yurk; also to J.ickaan
vllle and Tam|ia
Dining cars from Havannah lo itamtot
and Richmond lo New York
Buffet parlor cars Bavannah to 31,at
For addlllonal Information apply to
Ticket Office. Bull and Bryan streets.
gßwwwawor" * -^"' , "T*^Tw j "w i raßawßaw l '
lIZ m / J 1 1 * MMiB
■*"' • * 4$
■II never h. oosl over 3S#i "ia |
I per year The average coal X
I for Ihe lam IT vare has. hoan a 8
I I rifle over 17 O' per year I
II I iHE BERT „ial the largest acci
dent Insurance corporaltun for Conmtar
rial Travel,rs In ihe world. We have a
membership of over 2J.5H Wa have a re
aerve funvl of over 1145 *4)O. N> > commercial
traveler can afford lo bo without iha pro
tection We give him Write Ihe Hecretarr.
who will cheerfully give all lnformafloix
II D PIXLET. EDWARD TRE7VETT.
fTasllent Be, * Traaa.
TINE FLORIDA ORANGES.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES of all
SEED RYE. SEED OATS
HAT. ORAIN. FEED. Ft.OUE,
CHEESE. BEANS, Peas. RFa Straw, ala.
We I). Him kins & Cos