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FINANCIAL and commercial.
.n*ir in (otto* mm*;* h%.
ki:t or iron it to si pout*.
, >nn ,l.rr of Hrarllli Reports Clrra
lairil. and (hr IWIIar Precipitated
lit Uirrpuul tail %>nll Sttrrrl Hall
lnu- l wrpenllne Hall* al 3ff%e After
Il,r (InalUK—Hoalaa Firm and (a
rhaned—Sloeke Irreitulat but
.|rnna Local and Telegraphic
The Morning Naurs Offlco,
Monday. NoV. 16
H last ton which matt have r-uggeiit
-1 itself touar.l th* closing In the col
! tures markej 4"-da> was as to th.
. .aits of the atnwr.nt bull m.t>
i which started during th* latter pan
, t w.ek. The wholesale alum, In*
~|j ut long cotton Started daily In
, v when a coiiihlnailc o. bearl-h
. s was circulated. among them b.
•:.e |irop<' tl'o heavy revel;* lor
• . h. easier and declining spot n*r
in th* South, reports ot the death
.... ~,r, anl other Influences equally
... I.a! th I ever slug the upwaid t-li-
Licerjiojl sold. Wall rlreel sold,
buyers lor a l<Vt risa suft.red.
~g ut the market was stcaly.
(i ne of 27 and *1 |>olnt*. about the
. i .cl of the day.
nits turpentine maiket r:o*et
with a gool demand for sup.
.• th- quotation. After the closing
t y rtronger tendency developed,
, t .. . were nigue on a ba 1* of i’%c.
. iffentng tendency, which piom
. itfb*r pliro Mm* ales *>• * I
lota wc.e inane. flk ** n
used mm and unchanged wi h
' b.li.e- . .loth* The whole al
. c.oeed steady and active. Sto k
a.ently uvercome th. reacuotu y
and in sum* quarters scored de
rj The Southern and So ith
oupa wete conspicuous for their
The following resume of the
will show thetr tone f.d quou
,.i the c.Oalhg to-day .
Local and (ieaeral Marketa.
, Colton— Easy. I-lc lower.
IrPisuiar but *uong
Call, steady. J'flJV* Pr cent,
mine—Firm. &< ■
in- i—Firm, unchanged.
-November 4c higher,
v, .1 Steady. December. %6'ic off.
... - nchanged
I— Unchanged to 12%c up in
, ton Seed Oil-Dull. weak.
T " cotton market closed e*#y at a de
f l-'.ec, w-lth enl •* on the apo. of
~n The receipts were .'>.39.’ ax-alnst
< , last year, and 8.431 year before lost.
l fair demand a* the decline,
i ~ . islneaa was hoc chi an unueu.illy
H ’iVc J '!*.
billowing were the official spot quo
i, i • si the close of the market at the
i ..r**n Ex hange to-day:
• .v.il mt<M ;ng 9’a •%
I.otv n Filing • ■ *'a
Mrket easy, sales 191.
a i . ran Kece.pts. Export* and Sto-ke
Is title day 5.3*2
1!- ;p this day last year 4.339
7 . f. .lav year before last 9.131
Re-eipta since Sept. I. 19b 1 M 6 2'J
S-.r; Iny last yeor 48!'.766
*'* .(wise exports 1.133
k on Mars I this day 91.276
-itne day last veur lM.xol
He-dpu and Stock# it the ports—
H* "li>tt this day *4 *3l
!'• i;>:. -his day list year 41cIS*
H -.pts this clay year before Inst..
IMI re.-elpt* since Sept. 1. 1W....1.U1.1U
same time Inst year 1.871M7
8 *r before hist 1.043 745
* * k nt all [>orts 10-day 764,271
6 k same .t.i y last year 1,40.711
>t!vt ' n—QuP*t; middling. net r<-
•l 1 17,.’ey. gross, 17,r>Jti, sale.-. I*3; stock,
New Or . an*—Quid; muldllng. 9',; net
• • 12.007; prose. 13.0(7; sale.-, S.77s>;
ti - k. 332.919
M<* -Kaav: middling 9*4: net re
-3.1 A-. gloss receipts, 3.134. sales,
T-.- k. 29.667.
it— ten— Quiet; middling. 9 11-14; net
v I,3M>: cross. 1.310; stock. 34.3*4.
Wilp ngton—Firm; middling, 9%; net
-■cl. gross, 3*o. stock. 4 33
N>rf Ik—Quiet; middling. 9*l: net re
■ 711; gross. 3.711; sales, 133; stock.
Itsltlmore _ Nominal; middling. 10%;
- receipt#, IM: stock 9.935.
N iv York—Quiet; middling. 10%; net
. tr.-s MtrV Progs. ISB; sales 111; sto.'k
>ston—Quiet. middling. K’H; net re-
M- 1.016. gross. 9,23*.
Puladelphla—Quiet; middling |i; net
s, MS. gross. 3*B; Stock 5.099
Dally Movements at Interior Town*—
1 igust.i—N’o’h.ng doing; middling, 9 T 4;
•• re -Ip**. 3.173; gross. 3.(21. sales. 933.
f' k S3 349
Memphis—Firm middling. 9 13-14; n*l
rs -Ipt* 5.5. M: gross. 7.45>. sales. l.St;
n’ k n4.nj.
I-oul- -Quiet; ml Idling. 9 13-14: net
tr ipts 1.571: gross, 5.044. *4ock. &7.011.
nclnnsil—Steady wnd nominal: mld
ns. Ift; net receipts, 1.770. gross. 1 770,
Houston--Steady; middling. 9*4: net re
' 19.744; gross. 13 744. sales. 447; stock,
I ouisvllle— Firm: middling. 9T4-
f xporls of Cotton This Dey—
Cveaton-To the continent. 14 293;
New- Orleans—To France. F.ISO; to the
9t\ennah— Coastwise. 1.133.
'Vilmington—To the continent, 10.&30;
' cm is* 444.
rrfolk—Ca® w (le. I.2a*.
N w To: a ;h* continent. 14*
' '• i telphls—To Great flrMam. 349
7 ’al foreign export# from all pons thia
To Grout Britain. 149; to Franc*.
• to the continent. 32.174.
Total foreign exports from all porta thus
' 'his week To Great Britain. 13.333:
: * 380; to the c ontinent. 44.499.
T,v *l foreign exports since Sept. 1, 19b':
r, te it Rrltaln. 1,’.*9.90; to Ftbikc. 244.-
•o she continent 794.174.
rle-ton. S C., Nov. 2* —Cotton eeay;
tr"ldlln*. tiage; no salee.
9RA ISLAND COTTOSI.
1 r ** about as follows:
D*tr choice Fassl Floridan 4134
1 'ra choice and fancy Florida* .71 O—
•'ra choice nnd fancy Georgias 21'41132
h-e Georgias 3ft'ft2l
htr fin* Georgias M ft—
M'e Georgia* (nominal I 19 19—
” •him nns and common 1* 17—
’ t " ' week 1,114! 4.AR
xporta past week | IS2 none
' * l P* n 'his season | 1M23; 39.4*7
'' *• Past week j SI9 3.SM
k on hand | a .4i JJ.M2
( OTTU3 FI ft 44179.
">e t |„,| OB JMrart,. „ Lo .. „f 3T j
*w Tork. Nov. 2*.—l was a day of
•rial and disappointment to th#
a- of cotton and many pet Idea- 1 as
’ "• probable course of events coucern
'slues |n the near future were de
• -1 with the llret hnlf hour. VVheie
everything during the previous week
emed to favor a bull niovemenl of
MURPHY St CO.. INC..
Board of Trade Building, Savannah
Private leased wires direct U> New York.
Chicago and New Orleans.
COTTON. Slot HS AND UIUIV.
New York office. No. 41 Broadway.
Office# In principal eltlea throughout the
South. Wrie# for our Market Manual and
look containing Instructions for traders
no mean proportions. Indiestlcna this
morning before the opening ail a p. .r
--tsl to HhftfHt towarcl a disastr us b, e k
under overwhelming bear a- .c oprn tits.
The cables were astonldilngiy w.ak wt;n
Ulverpuol credited with having rent many
eciiihg otdets to our pit. Private r jmu ts
l.ad tt that the Cxat wa, dying, :h.t
b.urcpe as being Hooded with stliitig ol
der# from Southern spots and te elpts
■ • in* the next lew weeks would , i.n-
Hlarably exceed the vo.ume of tat- as.
tci. days. Under this toim d.bl uiru.
ot bcan-li lnlluen. es longi foi e I • .er
arts: lto<ks of .otton. pur. based ,rou and
'-•N I(.9>x: fur January >,n h. b, I*l :: .1
Wc cotton was assured. Thamarkc open
ed easy with pi her down sujt pnts,
under the pressuie lhas brought to hear
louw itiough they wete. the In.ttal ti(-
ures proved to be the beat ot the s> sion.
a- lu lt[ atclaUliig pr.<ess contlhUcd 111 lull
sway to the very dote. The Sou ti s-nt
uelllog oidels in grout numbers, uiiu W ill
street dumped over many thousand . aio*
wm. I, shurta desiring profile wt r* unable
t-j absorb. Them seeiued to i> n> ba;-
tori lit sight, and yvhllee o arffnal 7,-polli'
ralllea occurred, th genet al ten.lcuu , ot
the market was ateadlly downw.ir tt
the cany ettemoan the la t hope ot he
hulls was swept away ry e. timatc- fur
largu receipts at New Ori-ati and Hous
ton 10-inutro*. anl by l&cial uotlii atl ti
that Boulhern marketr. were essle ml
from l-ltr'ao lower. Tin New Orleans
speculative* rnaikc-i present* ii w *ak
fiont. nd on every hud wc-re evldcn er
that eup|*oriere of lOituii wc <- r tt a
- c\ Ntie tue hears w it momci.tarl.y
gamma strength. At the .lose* th nt if
get was steady ala dc.line ot -'• 31
points, about the .owc-st level of the nay
I LICU 11IUM l\ I'lTt U-
New York, Nov. 24. Colton futures
opened easy and clos'd steady ut the de
cline. Prices as follows:
| Open High Lk>w Close.
January 9.sh 9.A* 95S 959
February .... 9.71 |9 71 9.53 j 95.
March I 9a*. 9.73 j 9.54 •
Aptll i 9 **J 967 955 | 9.53
May I9 63 9.45 | 950 . 9.51
June 940 | 9.60 , 9.49 949
July | 9.54 900 j 9.46 | 949
August 1 9 *3 9.4 t 1932 j 974
September ... .... I6 40 4 90 ! *65
November ...| 99S | 999 | 9 86 j 9 S4
December . 986 | 986 ®
LI Vl6 it BOOL COTTON MAHKBT.
Liverpool. Nov. 24 4 p nt —Spot fair de.
mand. prices lower; Amer Fan middling
fair 6(1 gool middling 5 11-1 M; middling
5 13-33d. low middling 5 13-32d; good or
dinary 5 S-32d; cudlnary 4 39-33*1 The sale*
of the day wore h nil bales, of which 570
were for speculatbui and * xport, and In
cluded S.S I4 ) American Rccelp*' non.-
Futures opened quiet and closed dull.
American middling, low middling clau.
November 6.24f/3.2#d. sellers; November
lH--enil>er "3.Vtis.’4J. sellers; Deiemher-
Jahuary 5 226 23d. seller*;.t*niwry-Fehru
ary 5 .‘id. buyeis; Kebruary-March 5 19.1.
buyers; March-April 5.171ia.18d. sellers,
Aprll-May 5.157(5.14.1. buyers; Msy-June
Slid, buyers; June-July 512d. buyers,
July-Augu.-t 51ftd. sellers; Angust-fiep
(smber sd, sellers.
\:\\ ORLCANR 4 OTTON FlTinF.x.
New Orleans. Nov. 26 —Cotton futurea
November . 941 bid A|*rll 9.126944
U.-*mbe ...9 4469.45 May 9.4269 l>
January ... .9.41 uJ 4. June .9 4
February .. .9 4Kj9 43. July 8.4-6 J-44
March 9.4311*. 43|
4 OTTON LETTKHS.
New York. Nov. 26-Murphy A
i:o. say. Decline lit Liverpool of
3-32*1 on spots and about 8-44*1 on
futures was very much in excess of ex
udations here and caused this market
to open Irregular and weak 13 to 15 points
lower on near and 15 to 20 points on dis
tant months, and ruled easy during Hrst
hour of the session on liquidating s ties
Liverpool caWes us that th# deelln** was
caused on occotint of free offerings from
the Mouth and n raid by bear#, particular
ly for continental account. Another fea
ture that haa caused som* uneasiness
i hat Mr. Hyde of the Agri.-ullural Depart
ment Is dlspoi-ed to defer issuing final
government re|*>rt on lint .otton, until
Dec I.Y This was to have been Issued
on Dec. 1. Too boars claim that It indl
• tss that hla tlgure* are more favoiable
than he expect*-d and they ara now en
deaeorlng to make a further Invesugatton.
During (he early part of the session there
was libral liquidation by locals and for
Houlhern account w-re
,-lpel buyer*. JsntMtry ue* llr.lns from -
• lown m 9S3c. then reacted 4 to 8 i*olnts.
hut after the noon call pri e f again w.ak
ened on account of extra heavy estimate#
of receipts at New Orlecne and Houston
for to-morrow, the former expefs 17 cm
io lt.ftftn. against lft.ftßh lan year th* lat
ter 2S.om to 29.000. against 21.00<' last
\ ear, estimated port re-elpt# to-day
was 45.<m ngalnsl 41 ,<m lt year.
As indleated In our letter of Saturday,
we expect to see heavy receipt* for the
n<*xt xvrtk or two. * •dvan' * b***
brought considerable cotton. The feeling
at the close wa* bearish.
M.w- York. Nov 34 —Hubbard Bros .v
Cos *s. Liquidation has been th* order
of Be day especially In Liverpool where
the break before th' o|>enlng of our mar
ket we# s severe on# We have had a
. ..ntir.u-d stream of sslllng ordei*. which
*-omp:etly de prior* Hard the market m
lime#. Receipts showed an Improvement
ut New Orleans and Houston hut not at
ih* in'erlnr towns of the Southwest The
deullna wa a treat aurnrlse and the
Trade etc unsettled h* tt.- weakneea of
Liverpool, fm- which hey can flr.d no sat-
I3NTI4I ATF. OF COTTON CHOP.
Matter# of Interest to the Trade Here
Msnv members of the Bavennah Cotton
Kxctunge veeterday estimated what th#
cotton crop of IMM9OI will lx.
The guesae* were recorded by
Superintendent Merrlhew. anl will he
tiled away until the official announcement
of the Slie of the crop I# made, when the
estimate* will be produced and th*' near
est gueeser awarded the prlie. Out of
thlrty-#lx estimates the average I* 9.(92-
*49 bales. The lowest estimate I* 5.995.*>.
the hlghext 10.F).00. and the ne-irest to
the average 9.B9S.WS'. Heretofore :h Sa
vannah cotton men have shown theii
knowledge of cron .ondlllnns by pretty
i close eatltr.etex of th* yield. Mi ' U.
Malone was the winner last #'-a#on. hi#
estimate being very elute to the ofTl. lal
crop report. Th# extensive business con
necllone of the lora; trade with pretty
much the entire eastern Houth brings
them In close touch with conditions there,
by enabling them to six' up with reti-on
able accuracy what th section with
which they tiade Is apt io ptodtn .
The bullish element on Ihe Bay doubt
less had good reason for fearing the
JOHN W. DICKEY,
• lack and noaol Broker,
aiok bta, GA.
Write for Lief.
IHE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY’. NOVEMBER 27. 1900.
steady Increase In Ihe bear forces Bruin
..rin.-e et a well
known foundry on the lower May. hut Hits
..Istance trom the trsd.ng renter did not
rouse any gr-t apprehension among the
•ills A tid fb'.lge.i bear haa now made
0 ■< appitatance In Ihe t'ollon Kx hanse
wh'ti ,1s op rail ais are regarded tnora
-usp:. tous!>. and < special.y s.nce his ad
vent Is conrurrent with a ...g rl#e tn the
> otton mark-1 Biuln enjoys ilose teia
i.ors with a hading broker In the ex
ha* e 11- has already been Introduced
by th*- gent.rman to in'mher*. who mani
!•■*• a'.'a' lulcreet ai 'he agility the bur
dl play.- it'et Ihe tore* lly of an Intto
tlon Ke * m n ais . a|Mhle of nrr>tn*
bush,ear met fun tn l*etfrr ha*ino*iy than
H e owner of th* ••*. an that niembeis
huv. I.O! b-'eu ..tghle.l In -eelng It per
form. *; . Par must be seen to be op, re
tut' and Its automatic moveenenl* make It
none t ele agile and lit harmless ap
pears!!, e mnkee "Kii the timid fee! easy.
TI t. einher** of the New York Cotton
l.'x '.eg'- ir- to have anew prop>*ltton
put before tli-tri this week It lelate* Io
matgln rsi.r n notion, and Ihe Commit
tee of By-Laws and Holes has requeeted
• o il every nu mber give fits "p.n.on on ih
-übj . t with it view to securing a correct
Id* a of the mnriment atlaehlng to h's
prop stt tv. Huagiatlons and opinions
up- t' ho r.nl In not later than Wcdn.-s
--•*:t tt. n *f this wn-k The sub
• ‘I . e of l> pr xporlMou follows
t'n the first business day of each week
margins shell he called on all rontrai-4#
then en to make tlie price* of such . on
u i is eo i.il -o tl. closing bid price* of
'he previous business dov for like dcllv
trie ftip'h ma glrs shall be called !n
this m mnoi
Ttie pally calling the margins shall do
so before lu a. m . and shall send, as pari
of ih** margins . all a siatemrnf of all ope.i
on tracts, which stair mm* shall also
show ihe not amount requisite to make
the price# of these contracts equal to the
• losing hid priced cf the previous day for
Ike deliveries From this amount shut,
be deducted the aim.on- of any maigln
previously deposited under this rule, pro
'"••i**3 the same has not been reU**e<l
The net amount thus shown to be due
shall b the amount of margins to bo de
The lndo.Egyptian Compress Company,
which owns all Ihe patents for the Lowry
press in all countries other than Ihe
Knifed Stale.-, has organised tho Colum
bian Baling Company under Canadian
law.-, with I,’aft.e(s> capital to carry on a*
bus.ness In Canada.
The lndo-Egypt tan Company owne all
th~ capital sto* k Of the 151,1.009 stock.
15sSi.0X> represents th* value of the patents.
The Columbian Baling Company has
(wo plants, one al St. John’s and one at
St. Charles. Montreal
New Y'ork. Nov. 26.—G00d business done
in print cloths at close of las! week. In
cluding regulars at S'v per yard. \Vlde
goods very firm; no change In heavy
weight sheetings and drills, but some
lighter make* held for advances of 'wftV
per yard. Bleached cottons firm at last
week's advances, but demand quid. Wide
sheetings tending upward*. Denims con
tinue scarce and x-ery firm; other coarse
colored cotton* also Arm with light stock*
White good* In India linens, lawns and
fancy lace weaves very well sold up and
llrm in price. Brin's and ginghams quiet
Mor.dav. Nov. 24
FBI RITA TFKBE7NTINK -Th' turpen
tine market opened firm at 39.' (e-day. and
closed firm and unchanged with a fair
huslne*# doing The demand was good for
supplies a! the quotation, but there wa*
no great Inclination among factors to let
go at this price After Ihe closing the
-arly evidence* of a stiffening tendency
In the matkt was shown by the ready
selling dxne si 39i0, with the Indications
for a still better price before any great
amount changed hand*. There was pref
ix general Inquiry from all source#.
ROSINS—About all >hat ran be,said for
Ihe ro#ln matket Is that It continues firm
wild unchanged, with the demand fully
satisfactory Io the trade. There were no
development* of Inlerest during the day.
Receipts are beginning to show a slight
Increase as Ihe season for a good volume
A B. C...., II 90 J ft HO
D 1 SO K 1 15
E 1 35 M 1 70
F | 40 N I 10
U 1 45 WO 3 60
H 1 55 W W 2 85
Monday s Recelpes—
C. R. R 96 1.139
8., F. & W 356 1.5.98
A L 538 1.339
H. 8 Dorchester. Baltimore 2.047
S, S. City of Augusta. N. V... 130 14ft
Nor. bk. Knevig. Hull 1.135 1,012
Naval Btorei Statement
Stork April 1, 19(0 2,1*7 142 506
Receipts to-day 99* 4.044
Receipts previously 2*9,827 702,4 TA
Total since April 1 393.012 *49.029
Exports 10-day 1.165 3.219
Exports previously 257.070 707.448
Exports since April l 259.025 710.667
Slock on hand 40-day 3ft.4l* 136.361
Stock iuxt year 36.796 JSh.l99
Charleston. 8. C.. Nov. 36—Turpentine
firm; 3811 c.
ltosln firm, unchanged.
Wilmington. N C Nox. 34 Spirits tur
pentine steady, unchanged, receipts. 86
Koala, firm; >1 J0Q1.35; receipts. 731 bar
Crude turpentine, quiet; 11.401)210. re
ceipts. 39 barrel#
Tar. firm; 31.55. receipt*. 369 barrel*
New Orleans. .Nov 24 Receipts. Rosin.
4S Uarral*. turpentine, 65 cask*.
MONEY—The demand keep# fairly up
with th aupplj.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE - Market
steady. Fomm'rcliri demand ft K\-, sixty
•lays f4.M‘: ninety day*, ft 78 7 *, fr anc*
Baris and Havre, sixty days, 5 328.. Swiss,
sixty days, 5 354*. Belgian. 5 24', mark*
sixty day*. M3*; ninety day*. 93 9-I*.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE - Steady
hanks at* buying at 1-16 discount and
selling a* fellows 3J5 and under. |oc pre
mium. *35 to LVi 14*- premium. *SO to *IOO,
20c premium; *IOO to 1300. 25c premium.
IJOO 10 11.000. premium. Il.onq and over.
75c per M premium
SECURITIES—CentraI income* ar*- low
er. seemingly following the New York
markets. Rank* stocks ar* in request at
Augusta and Savannah R R io*'£ lift's
Atlanta and Wert Bolnt 129
do 6 per cent, cartlflcates .....108
Augusts factory 83 85
Cillaanx' Bank 134 I*4
Chaaham Bank 110* a lll'4
Chatham R. K A 1. Cos.. A— 37 59
do do B 64 57
Eagle and Phoenix Mfg Cos IN 110
Edison Electric Ilium Cos 147 HO
Enterprise Mfg Cos a 101
Germania Bank 130
Georgia and Aubama .. 21 26
Georgia Railroad, Common 318 217
titanltavllie Mfg Cos I*s 170
J B King Mfg Cos W 0 103
Langley Mfg Cos ....IIS 120
Merchants’ National Bank 114 ...
National Bank of Savannah ... .110 ...
Oglethorpe Savings and Trust ..110 ...
people'* Savinas and Loan 10>
Seaboard common 11 12
do preferred 39 30
Soulhwealoru Railroad Cos 110 1104
Ravafirah Oa* Light Cos 2184 2V
Southern Batik W IST
Savannah Bank and Trust 11l . .
t-.biey Mfg Cos.. Augusta **
Savannah Brewing M3 19*
Char . Col A Aug Ist ss, 1900... 106 149
Chat. A Gulf R. R 6 per cent Ist
mortgage I'd 104
At anta city 4*. 1911 ltd
Augusta ally 4s, 19K 106 1W
do 48,4. 1925 HI
do 7s. 1949 147
do 6*. I*l3 123
A.a Mid sa. Ind'd 1928 M A N lot) 101
Augusta Factory. 6 per cent 1915.111 113
Brunswick .and Western 4*. 14SS 93 85
C It R A Banking coll ateral S 9P, 958 y
C of G Ist molg 8. 1945
F A A .190 111
Cof G con. s*. 1945. M AN 96 94(j
C of G. Ist Income* 1945 51 .'J
do 2*l Incomes 14 17
do 3*l in mrs. 1945 8 9
C of U. (M U. A A. Dlv.l 5s
1947. J A J 97 98
C of <l. (Eaton Branch). ss. 1924
J A D J7'4 9*h
City A Suburban R R Ist 7* IftO'y
Columbus City ss. 1909 107
Charleston ctly 4s. IF9 ‘.fM 103
Eagle A Bhoenlx Mill* 6-. 1928 107 HO
F lison Electric Ilium mating 6-146
Enterprise Mfg 6*. 1903 .1(12
Georg.a Railroad 6s, 1910 115 111
G, S. A F . 1945. J A- J 113 114
Georgia A Alabama Ist ss. 1945 .104 106
Oeorirta slate 3>.s. 1930. J A J. ltd HJ
do 3< : *. 1919. M A N 106 107
<k> 4 81*. 1915 119 HO
Macon 6*. 1910 J A J 114 118
do 4tjs. quar.. Jan I'M 1}
Ocean St* uanshlp S'. 1920 I*>| 10a
Savannah city sa. quar. January
1918 110 111
do 5.- quar Feb*uar>. 19ft9 100 140*4
Foii'h Carolina aiale 4<*. 193.1 .117 119
Bibley Mfg Cos. 6s. 19u3 102
Bouih Hound 5a 99 lu)
S . F A W gen mt-ge 6*. 19J4. 125 124
110 do Ist s*. gold . 1931 115 117
do St John Dlv. lat 6s. 1934 .... *4 94
New York. Nov. 26—Money on cal!
steady. sft3's per cent ; last loan 1 per
cene Prim*- mercantile pa|*er l'yss per
rent ; sterling < xchange fiim with actual
Imalnes# In bankers' bills at *4.85*51*1 6584
for demand, and at *4 KHht 8.4* for sixty
Jays; posted rates *t *-h4 x.v. and 4.86'"
4S4'j. commercial b.Ua 41 B'ia.ut I>,
Stiver certificates MfiHV ; bar silver
•CF.r; Mexican dollar# Me; government
bonds strong: state txuids strong; railroad
■TOt KX AND BONDX.
The flraellouury Turn In the Market
New York. Nov. 2** —The reactlosiary
tendency which weighed .m ihe alock mar
ket during tho latter part of last week
was distinctly overcome to-day and prices
resumed their upward courae. Tfte ad
vance was by ao means uniform, the
striking gains being confined to compara
tively few stocks- In some stocks Ihe re
sistance was not more than enough Io en
able them only to hokl their own while a
small number by positive weakness gave
a slight Iriagulariiy to the market.
The course of prices was by no mean#
determined at once. Bewr traders operwied
on ihe short able of the market lorn
considerable penud after ttie opeuu.g
They has***! their I*o*llloo on Ih' argu
ment that holders of stocks were Inclined
10 sell on Saturday on the strength result
ing from the hank statement, out |t was
not long Iwfore they dls.overe.l that they
had a small following this morning Ther
were rumors fixing about the lg>ud that
piomirrnt loear operators of last week
had been taking up long stock again
Notable strength In particular slocks. 4
companled by rumors of changes of con
trol, helped ihe market, and Ihe bear#
were finally driven to cover.
Rumors of the t'sar's death, of threaten
ing compilejtiona in China and of liner
national friction growing out of the Kru
ger demonstration in France did not aid
ihe loear* much In forcing lower prices.
Ixmdon wa* a largo buyer In this market.
*aie* to that account being ectimnied ai
"" I I row The Koulhern Rwilwat
stocks were In special demand Many ru
mors were current of developments in the
ompany. in.xju*l!ng an alleged lease to the
Pennsylvania and a cornua increase, of
dividend No authoritative sane non ix>uld
b* had for any of these rumors The
common and preferred sto* k* advanced n
extr. me 3 points each. Strength was radi
at'd first to the Southern group and then
10 the Southwestern. In whl ia some strik
ing gains were recorded. Both the pre
ferred stocks, on which dividends are paid
o are earned. sn*l the low priced common
stock* for which dividend proapecla are
nmote at the best, were afTrcnd allk'
Th* *0 to> ks he.*! e prominent place :n
the advance Gains in the gtoaip ran from
1 to nearly 3 pulns. The more northerly
granger# came into the movement, espec
ially Burlington, hut dnl not show
marked strength. The leading specialties
wer*. very siiong. including Sugar and
People’s (la*. The local trurtlon# allowed
a good recovery and Consolidated Gwa was
conaplcnous with u rise of 4’. The ai"i
eiockw were dc tldedly unsefihd .and Steel
and Wire showol a* ul* weakneas at times
Report* were current of S'>C‘"* centre,
versle* between ihe great combinations tn
Amalgamated Copper gave wav on an
count of the meagre detail* of the con
dhloeis and resource* of tho company’!
statement to tho exchange to a'cure ad
mission ut the stock to the unlisted de
partment. The drop in tni* slock end a
disposition to reullzu made the tone of the
.-losing unsettled and prices were below
the best But the gains in Ihe railroads
were well maintained Money ciwitfnuyl
easy here and hardened In London, result
ing in higher ralew for sterling exchange.
There was a very large buying of 81.
Lout* Southwestern bonds The martlet
otherwise %va* strong and quite active
Total sales par value It.HO.ftd)
Untied States refunding twos when Is
sued and Ihe fives advanced •. and Ihe
three* . per cent on the lasi call
Th* total sales of stocks to-day were
904 MO ehare*. Including Atchison 27
Atchison prater**!. .U.juo, Baltimore and
Ohio, 6.90 ft. Chesapeake and Ohio. 21.309;
Chicago. Burling on nnd Quincy. lo.Jjft,
Louisville and Nashville. 2" W' Manhai
■an. 24 409; Missouri Pacific. *6.7<ift. New
York Central. 9.190: Missouri Kansas and
Texas preferred. 5.900. Norfolk and Weit
ern, 5 4h' Northern Baclflc, 22.000. North
*rn P*c|fle prefeired. *.3<*i; Pennsylvania.
10.300; Reading first preferred. 9900. 8t
Luuia and Ban Francisco. 4,100; Bt. Louis
nr.d San Francisco second preferred, 5.400,
St Louis Kouthweaiern. 5.900 ; Bt. Lout#
Houthwestern preferred, 21.4hn. Rl Paul.
25.40". Southern FNictflc. 15.10". Southern
Rollwav. 188.300; Southern Railway prefer
rill, (C.oift Texa* and Pacific, 21.001). Unlull
Panne. 34M0. Union Baclflc. 7.300. Amal
gamated Copper. 21.000; American Smelt
ing 5.909. American Steel end Wire, 41.-
3fi; Tin I’.efc, I' Nift; American Tobacco.
6.440, Brooklyn Transit. 23.200, Continental
Tobacco, 7.0*1". Federal Steel. 16,300; Peo
ple's Gas, 19.000 Sugar 57.90" Tennessee
Coal and Iron. B.fV); United States Ruin
New York Slock L!*l.
Atchison If* 7 , Wahaah 88:
do pref S3 7 * do pr*f 21V :
Baltimore A O. 81 W. A L. K 19-',
Can. Pacific . 87 | do 3d pref .... 28 7 .
Can. Southern. 5(85 Vli. Ceneral .. 10
r AO Ss B. A O. pref .. 84 7 V
C. Ot W. 14*a Amal Copper . 96 7 t
i . B AQ .. 127‘a Thlr.l Avenue. 112
C., Im! AL. . 23 National Tube 61*.
do pref 58 . do pref 1028*
C. At: HI M l "! Adams 115
C. A N W 164 V. Am. Express . 161
C.. R 1 A P 116 7 * U. 8. Express. 48
C. C. C A 81. L 67 Well* Fargo Kx 130
Col. Southern .. 76, Am. Cottuei 011 31
do let pref ... 43 do pref 90
do 3d pref .... 18 Am. Ylaltlng ... I 7 *
Del. A Hudson IKS do pref 21
D. L. &W. ... 180 Am Bm. AR. 49
D. A It G do pref 95*4
do pref ...... 77 7 , Am. Spirits ..... is
Erie 13V. do prrf 17
do l#t pref #' Am Stewl H 29%
01. North pref I*l I do pref 76
Hocking Coal.. 16 Am. S. A W. .. 49*6
Hocking Valley 3*Bi| do pref *7lB
“SR* Southern Railway.
Trains Arrive and Depart Savannah on 9011* Meridian Timo—One Hour Blower
Than CHy Tltna.
8. hedule tn Effe* t Nov 15. 1900
READ li*w>.' TfTTTI K*E Alf j 111 'DIP.
No 54 N*> . (Cetntai - Tune 1 N > .. N . .t
12 55pm 12 .' am Lv .Savannah Ar,| 5 loam. * lai-rn
(Eastern ’lime) |i I
4 31pm 4 JSani Ar Blackvllle I.v| * onm| 1 07pm
* 95pm 6 lolum Ar t olumbta L*|i • sftni 11 -ana
1 u. 9 Isalu Ar Char lotto I- v. 1 9 kpm ' "•"*
H 44|uiq .. Ipm Ar tlieen.larro L' 7 lupnt, a 4&ain
’ ■ " "Ar .’~.77..'.r.. Norfolk T. L'i .. ..|*(Wpin
■pm Ai Dam 1U ..".... I.* 40pm 1 4 Slam
2spm|iXr" .7~Rlc|inmnd~....' L’ 12 01pm i! 09pm
- 1 " 43pm Ar t.v h‘ uiv Lv 3 r.2tatii 2 Soa
4 Awm 5 t pm Ar Charloa tesvllle Lv 3 tkapift U 54|*m
7 5-ain x.a -, -a* ,\r Washlnglun Lv ;!l 15atn 9 hiMi*
9 loam II tspm Ar Halt anure ■■...*.*,■* Lv, 8 22am 8 27pn*
It -F.am 2 ,6.,m Ar Phlhidelphla I.vi: 3 sann, 6 05pm
2 UJpna 6 2.lam Ar N w York Lv, 12 10*m 135 pm
30pni 3 OOpmjAr rtotim . ... L> x>piii l loam
N " i ■ TO THE N'IRTII AND WHM ~~ ffP* •
i (Central Time t ll
13 20am i.v Savannah Arif * INam
(La tarn Time.) .
6 Ikm l.v 0. 0 umhla loV|| 1 7am
9 5- lain I.v bpartainhuig I.v I * 15pm
13 10pm Lv Asheville Li; * "6pm
* '• A 1 . , Hot Bering** Lv||ll sem
7 Jupm Ar Kiaux* itlw Lv • 25*m
5 lvani Ar Lcxlogtoti L*v| 10 Jop>
7 45* m Ar Cincinnati Lv | • lpm
6 90|*m Ar si Louis Lv S main
* *em Ar Louisville Lv|l 7 4tam
All train# arrive and and. purl from the Plant Syetem liallet.
TfIROUGH CAR SERVICE. ETV.
TRAINS 33 AND 34 DAILY. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS
bulrd limited trains, with Pullman Dtawtng Rokmu Bleeping Car* between Savan
nah and Nt * 5 "tk * uni" .ta at with Cohmlal Express tor Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Car# tietween Chaiirtto and Rhhmond and Ctiarlntl# and Nor
folk Dining Cars Berv* *l4 meal* between Batvannab and VVaahlngron
TRAINS Si AND 36 DAILY. THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL Vfsllhulcd
limited trains, carrying Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savannah
and New York Dining Car# serve all rneala between Savannah end Waetalngton.
Al*o Pullman Draw ing Itoom file* pins Car* belwren Savannah and CtncUmaU,
through Asheville and "The Land of th* Sky."
For complete Information •10 r*t a eahwiul*#. etc apply to
s’. S GANNON, 3*l V P. A O. M J M CULP, T M . W. A. TURK. O P. A.,
Washington. D. C.
8 H HARDWIt-K A>#t Oeni Pass Agent. Atlanle. Oa.
G GROOVER, Ticket Aacnl. Plant Sveteni Station
JAMES FREEMAN. C. P A T A , 141 Bull atreci, Savannah. Ga . Phone* 850
Illinois Central 12 7 *>'Am Tin Plate.. 43(i
lowa Central .. 8)84' do pref 8*
d*> pref 46 Am Tobacco .. IftX’j
L. E. A W. ... 36’4: do pref ISA
alo (>ref 106 ;Anaconda M. Cos 49>-
L.ak*- Shore ... 310 1 * Brooklyn R T. 74 7 ,
L. ti N 83<i Col. Fuel A 1... 558*
Manhattan L 110\ Coni. Tobacco .. 36
Me, 81 Ry. .. 1738 j do pref 93'6
Mexican 0n... 138. Federal Steel 49',
M. A 81. L V do pref 76
do pref 99 Gen. Electric., l'i!
Xlo Pacific ... 60S Glucose Sugar.. 5S
Mobile A Ohio H do pref 1"2
M. K A T ... 11% Inter Paper 22*.
do pref 364, do pref 71’4
N. J Central.. 143 Lai'ledn Gas TIVJ
N. X Central.. 141', Nailonal Rlsrult gx
N. A W 438. do pref 934
do pref 99', National .. '2988
Norihcrn Pac... 71*. do pref *4
do pref S2' s National Hteel 37
Om. A Weatern 24 7 #i dn pref ) 92
Ore Ry. A Nnv. 43 [N. Y Air Rrake 165
do pref 76 'North American 19’i
Pannaylvania.. 14M Pacific Coast .. 59H
Reading 138.; do Isf pref ... *7
do Ist prof .... 62N do 2d pref .... 67
alo'2d pref ... sov. Pacific Moll ... 44
R. G. W 72 People'# Gas .. 101
do pref 94 Pressed Steel Car 51%
81. L. A San F. 198;j do pref *s'4
do Ist pref .. 71 Pullman P. Oar 196
do 2d pref .... 46% Stan R. A T. .. 5
81. L. S. W. . 14% Sugar 1*4%
<k> pref 96'i' dn pref 116
St. Tau! .. 129% Tenn 0 A Iron T2'4
Si. Paul pref 1771*, U. 8 leather.. 14>i
Si. P. A 0m... 130 | do pref 75%
Southern Pa. 41% U. H llithher ... 31%
Southern lly. .. 17V do pref 59
do pref 65% Weatern Union 84
T A P 19% R. I * S 17
Union Pac 72% do pref
do pref 918; P. C. C. A Bt. L. *B%
U. S 2*. rePg I do 4s •* I
registereal ... 105 V. M A O. 4#, hid AM.
do coup ......l<>sß. N. Y C. Ist* JM%
do Is. reg. ..110% M. J. C. gen. sa. 135 j
do 3s, coup. ..11"', Nor. Par. 3* ... 7"%
do n*-w 4s. reg 137% do 4* I"*%
do new 4 " cou 137% N. Y . C. A B*
do Old 4s. reg 115% L*ul 107
do old I*. COU.IISVV. A W con 4s 99%
do 6#. re* 11384|Or*. Nav. lal* 109
do s*. con (a 113*. alo 4s 11)4%
D. of c. 3 65s . 124881 Ore. S L 6 ...128
Atch. gen. 45..101% do eon 5* ... HR
do adj. 4s ... 88 I Reading gen 4* 89%
Can Sou 3d#' ma% R <l. W. I*l# 100
C. of O. con. 5s 96%: St L. A I M
do lit Inc., bid 608a conaol 6s 112%
do 2nd Inc . ofd 15% Si I- A (tan h
C. AO. V% 101%, general 6* 127
do 5* 120%; St T coned# '175
C A Nw. con. S4. I’.. C. A P.
7, 139 1* H* 1 *
C. A Nw. 8. F ,and" *" “J*
dot#. U "9 /*
Chle. Term 4. 93 Sou By k- ••• *%
Colo Sou 4s M SB* T. 6* .. 70%
D A R a 4. KO% T A T Ist* . Ilf 4
Erie Gen. 4# .... 75 j do 2nd" .... ®
1 iv Ar £> C. Unton lar 4a
UtV . .. ..... ? Whah lsm 0... UH
Gen Electric 55.142 do 3ndb* 104%
la Cent. Ist* llVs Weet Bli"r* 4# 114
u A N uni 4s lom, Wl. Cent ltt*.. 6%
M. K A T Ms 70% Va. centul*_
New York. Nov 26 -Stindard OH. 7A>
Murphy A Co'a Stock Letter.
New York. Nov 26 -The atock market
opened active nnd for the moat part
strong the Industrial quarter furnishing
some exeepriona to th* g.nera! tendency.
Ameriean Steel and Wire ' • ron
splcuou* feature In Ihla last rospec). the
stock d*' lin.ng rapidly from Ha level of
gaturrioiy. Huar aiai> failed partlclpata
in the general firmneuaa, while the to
bacco slock* were all generally steady
Noteworthy advance* In the railway llt
were ecred by Northern Pacific preferred.
Atchison, the Southern Railway
Southern Pacific and Cincinnati A Ohio
Th** l.irK** In Soalh^rn
immon were again a mairer of . 'enment.
although naturally, (he advance In the
slock wa# lee* pronounced than thar In
the preferred. Th* *o-ra!led Junior Van
derbilt slock# were all decidedly strong,
notably Canada Southern There was no
decided change In outalle condition* hear,
log upon the market over Sunday Com
mission house* renorfed the recelot of
large buying order* for non-prof-salon* 1
account, and It wa* chiefly 'o 'hi* that
the steadiness of the market in the early
dealings was owing Total sale* 90>,84S
Note—Theae quotation# are revlaed
dally, and are k-pt as near a* possible In
accord with (he prevailing wholesale
prices Official quotation* ar* no’ uaed
when they dlsogre* with ihe prices whole
C nunlry and horthem Frodace.
POULTRY—The maakel la steady. Quo
lationa: Broilers. 30835- per p*ilr. half
grown. 45850* . three-fourth* grown. 559
60c: hena, 6&f175c; roosiera, 40Q50*.. ducks,
505i75c geere. Tscßli 0u
EGGS—Fresh candled. 8c; cojkl storage.
BUTTBR-Th# tone of ihe maiket la
firm Quotations: Western creamery. I*B
24V . New York tute dairy. 39823 c; extra
Elgin*. 25'u 26c.
CHEESE-Market firm; fancy full
cream cheese, 138yc for 20 to 8-pound
average. 39^3"-pound average*, lie.
IRISH POTATOES—Northern, 11.10
CABBAGE—SAc per head.
ON lONß—Yellow In bgrrais, 12.60;
crates. 10c; red. fc.OO.
ItreaolaiufY, flay and Orala.
FLOUR—Market steady; patent, 14.19;
atralghi. *3*o; fancy. *3.75; family. *3 50.
311 C Alo—Pearl, per barrel 32 70. per sack,
ti ■: city meal, per sack, boiled. t1.128y0
$1 15; water ground. 31 15rtl 17%. city grit*,
sacks 11.20; pruri grlis. Iludnut#. per har
rl. 3275. per sack. 1122%; sundry
brands. 31 t7%4(l 3" sack
CORN -Market firm, white, Rah ktie. 65c;
carloud lots. 62c; mixed cum. Jub lota. 63'*.
carload lore. 59c
RICE-Market eteadv; demand good,
fancy head. 6e; fancy, 4%c.
Fair 4 114%
OATS—No 3 mixed, carload, 33%c, Job
lots. 35®3*c. w hile clipped, cars. 39 . Job,
BRAN—Jot* lots. *s*-. carload lot# V*
HAY Market ateadv. No 1 llmothy,
90 , Job. 95c. No 2,90 c Job. 85c. oar a
Xuaar anal ( ogre.
Cut loaf 6 19 Diamond A 9 94
Crushed 6ft < 'onfecrionera' A.4.94
I’usil'C#l 5 >4 While Extra C.. 4 34
XXXX pow'd . 5 99 Extra C 5 29
Granuiaied 5 at Golden C 6 05
Cube* 5 96 Yellow* 4.94
Mould A )|
Mis ha 26 c|l*rlme No 9 11 e
Java *9> '"Good No 4 .... l')%r
Peuberry .14 e Fair No 5 . lo%c
Fancy No 1 U%c|t trdlnarv No. 6 9%r
Choi e No. 2....11 c'Commoti No. 7.. 9%c
Dried n**l Evaporaleot Fralta.
APPLES—Evaporated, 7tfT%c, sun dried.
APRlCOTS—Evaporated, 10c pound,
RAISINS U 1,.. 1210. Imperial cabinet*.
12 75. lonee. Bft-pound boxes, 9%c pound
PKAI'HKJI— Evaporated, pooled. 178*c;
llurdware and Mulldlna Supplies.
LIME. CALCIUM. PLASTER AND
Cement—Alata an.* and Geurgla linn- In
fair demand and sell at 8" rent# a barrel,
special cabined plaster, 31. is) per t.arret.
hair, 4t|6r. Itoaedalt* cement, ll 2nt|1.25.
cat load. kd*. special; Portland cematit, re
tail. 12 25. ■ urload lots. B'tuu2.3.
LUMBKR F O. B. VEBELJ< SAVAN
NAH Minimum. >acl sixes. RO 506(11 00.
car sill*. 112.50gf13.uu. difficult sixes. 114.UU
Ul9(to, ship atock. 116 is(|l*.uu. sawn ties,
58.004(8.50. hewn lie*. 36fj38r.
OIL-ilarkri steady. demand fair, slg
nal 431(50*'; Weal Vlrglnlu black. 9U 12c.
lard. 58c; nealsfout. 60870 c. ma- hlnary. 16
n2sc, linseed oil. raw. 76',jc; lolled. 78%c,
keioeene. i*rim*- while. 12 , water white,
lie; Piatt's uatral. 14c: d*od*>rlxed stove
gasoline, drums, l!%c; empty oil barrels,
BIIOT-Drop, 31 so, B B and largo. 3175,
chllle<l fl 75
IRON Marker very steady; flwede. 5%c
NAILS—Cut. 32 60 ba.e: wire f? 23 i,e
BARBED BVIRE—33 50 per 100 (rounds
GUN POWriKR-I’rr ke# Austin crack
shot. 310". half kegs 12 15, quarter kegs.
31.26; 1 nampion ducking, quarter kegs.
12 25; Dupont and llnxard smokeless, half
keg# 31135; quart-s kegs, 35 75; 1 pound
canisters 3100; less 25 per rent ; Trols
dorf smokeless powder. 1-pound cane, 31;
10-pound can*, F* pound
■ all. Hides nnd Wwnl.
BAI.T- Demand Is fair and Ih# markal
steady; carl-ad lota, impound burlap
sacks. 47c; 100-|>ound cotton *a< ka. 48c
ll(hfoun4 burlap sack*. 51%*-. HO-nonnd
cotton seeks. 52%c, ir.-fa.und burlap
sacks. 51%: 125-pound cotton sack*. 5989 c,
3V>.pound burlap nocks. 91c.
HIDES -3iark*i firm, dry film. 13%c,
dry salt. H%c. green salted. 6*-
WOOL—Nominal. prim# Georgia, free
of Mand bur* end black wool. Re. black
16c, burry. 10c Wax. 25c. tallow. J%c
Deer skins. 20r,
l-'rull* and ffnfn.
APPLES—Northern variety. 32 MflT3 50.
OR ANGKS-iKla t 32 no ,„ r Ikjx
PRUNES—4O# to 50* Its- v>* to 60s B%c.
60* to 70s. 7c. 70* to 30*. 6%c; Bf# to 90*. 6c.
90a to 100*. 5%c.
RANANAB—3I 55®2 (to bunch
LEMONS—Market steady al 32 iO
COCOANT Tg-34 25 per lot'
PEANUTH-Ample stock, fair demand.
market firm, fancy hard-picked. Virginia
per pound, t'.c; hand-picked Virginia. #x
tra* 4%c: N. C seed peanuts, Ic
Nf.’TP—-Almonds. Ttirtngona. 16c, |v|cax
16c. walnuts French. 13:. Naplew 12*’:
pecan*. 12c. Flraxllt. lie; fllherla. 12c: as
sorted nuts. 30-pound and 25-pound boxes.
Cotton Dagalng nnd Ties.
B AGOlNG—Market firm; Jut*. 2%
pound, 6%c. larg* lota, 884 c: small lota.
2-pound 7%c. ,ea Island bagging. 128 y
TlES—Standard, ((-pound, arrow, large
lots, |1 30; amal) lot*. 31 32
Bncou, flaui# nnd Lard.
BACON—Matket firm. D 8 C. R able*.
7%c; D, B bellies, 6%c (Eastern), ac
cording Io average else; D B Behtea, 3%c
(Western), smoked C. R ld#e B%c.
llAMS—Bugar cured, 1184612%r
LARD—Pure. In tierce*. B%c. In 50-
pound tins and sl>-pound tub*. B%c
compound, tn tierces. 6%c. SU-pound tine,
and F’ pour.d tube. 6%c.
FlßH—Mafterel. half-beirel*. No. 1.
33 00. No 2. 37.60; No I. IJTS; kite. No
1. II 30, No. 2. 1110: No I, 3Sc Codfish.
I-pound bricks. 6%c. 2-pound bricks. *c
Smoked herring, per bog. 17619 c Dutch
herring. In keg*. 3119; new mullet#, half
barrets, n 7*
SYRUP—Market qtdet; Georgia and
Florida syrup, buying at 2a6*#r; aelllnc
at 226 Me: sugar house at 106IF
HONEY—Fair demand; strained. In bar
rela. UpSOc gallon.
High wine* pasta, 11.>7
OCU9 Fit *ol4*ll TS.
COTTON-Sa van oa h to Boston, pgr
Trains operated hy 90th meridian time-.
On* hour slower than city time,
lit effect Nor. 95. USX)
All Traiai 1
Dan* A Savannah
3 19 ami Hnvannah (13 16 ant
* M am Wuvitaea ....... j 1 on am
8 10 am Jacksonville....... ,10 15 am
3 25 |gn, and Flolda ,12 4a pm
" pm point* ! 7 00 pm
1 *) em Havannah T 45 am
6 I" im ..Uhariueton |7 40 am
i ' ' pm ii ii. < u * 55 fan
A i lirunswtcli
6 4> am Brunawi. k 3 06 am
* pni . . Jeaup |l5 pm
R.iv.innih end.—... 17 1* am
i' its M 5 pm
Cnnne, dona *1 Pull Tampa with Pen
insular and o,<'dental ale imer* leavtaff
for Key West and Havana Monday*,
Thursday* and Haliuday*. 11 uo p. m
Call at Ticket Olllcea fur further inf***•
J. H. POLHEMUB. T P A .
WARD CLARK Cliy Ticket Agent,
I>* fiotn Hotel Phone 73.
R W WRENN r*#- enger Treffle Meae
eger. Bevanneh. Ga
ffchedul# Effective Bept 19. 1900* .
T'eiua arrlv*' at and depart from
Central Hlatlon. Weet Broad,
foot of LH**rty tiraet
90th M'-ridtan Time -tine tocur alowac thaw
B*' aiinah: Bavanwah:
hl| Macon Allenia
•I 4&am Covington, Mlllrvigevlll* •# 00pm
land all Irtlernnillal* fintnt*|
(Auguata. Macon, Atlanta.,
AI hen*. Montgomery. Co-|
*9 00pm lunabue. Birmingham. Am- *4 40am
(tWcua Mauls and Tro>>
** o(>|M" Dover Aivommodatlon |4l Ma
t? ft>ni (iuyiorx Dinner Train '4 kipaa
•Daliy. IKx’ept Samlay.
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND TYREE.
751 h meridian or Savannah city tltna
Monday only 625 a tn Dally except
Monday 9.30 a m Daily Joop. m
Mnnd.iv only 7:15 a m Dally exeepg
Monday lo js a rn Dally 390fx m
' onnectiona mad* at terminal point#
with all trains Northwest, Weal aiad
Hieefkng earn on night train* between
Savannah ami Augusta. Mi. on, Allaotw
Parlor cn on day trains between da
vanimli. 31m oi and Ailanta.
For comidete Infoi irsai lun. shedulaa.
rates and < "nnection*. apply to
W O. BREW gat. CHy Ticket and Paae
•ngcr Agent. lOT Bull airect.
W R 34. INTTRF-. Depot Ticket AgenL
J C lIAII.E, General paaarnger AgenL
E H HINTOX, Trafftc Manager.
THKO. D KLINE. Gen Hu par In tendon L
Double Daily Serviq
The short line to Norfolk. WsahlngtoW.
fhililinur**, Phlloulelphla, Now York and
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS
No 27 North and East 5 ijo am
No. 33 Denmark anal Lo> al Bla
,lon" 10 30 am
No. 31 North and East 12 |o pm
No 44 Jackxonvlllo and Florida... 1 59 pm
No 72 Montgomery and West 3 25 pm
No 74 Helena and U *l Potato... 9 45 am
No 66 Jacksonville and riorfdn...ll 50 pan
DEPARTURE OF TRAINB
No 27 Jnokeoiiviaiv and Florida... a•• am
No 21 Ja kaonvllie and Florida 12 18 pm
No 41 New Yotk and Baal 1 53 pm
No 34 Denmark and Augmta 2 55 pm
No 71 Montgomery and Weal 7 25 am
No 73 Helena and Local Station* 6 20 pin
No 66 New York and Last 11 59 pm
Magnificent Pullman hnff.-t sleeping ear
service to Washington. Baltimore Phils
driphla and New York; also Io Jockaan
villa ami Tamt>a
Dining cars from Havannah lo iiinlat
and Richmond to New York
Buffet parlor cars Havannah lo MftWt-
For additional Information apply ta
Ticket Office, Bull and Bryan streets.
cwt . 75c; to New York, per rwt„ 25c; t
Philadelphia t>er hale, fl; Baltimore. 21.
FOREIGN DlßEUT —Bremen. 40C. Uv
erpool. 40c; Hamburg, 43c; Genoa, 52c;
Barcelona. 55r. Manchester, 45e; Havre.
40c. Antwerp. 40; RevoU, 80c; Ro'fardaw.
4tß . Trieste INDIRECT Liverpool.
25413*.-; Hamburg. 4"-; Gothenburg. 43c
LUMBER By Ball-Freight* steady; to
Baltimore and eastward. 14 50 lo (3 71 per
M Including Portland.
LUMBER—By Bt earn Savannah lo
Baltimore, WOO. to p. R R., or B and O.
do k# IS id; to Philadelphia. MSfc per
cwt. (4 pounds to foot); to New York.
16.40 per M. 3725 to dock; lightered to
Boa ion 23. N).
NAVAL STOREB-The market la flrmf
medium ala* veaet*. Rosin—Cork, far
orders, 3* 6d per barrel of 310 pound*, and
5 per rent, primage, spirit*. 4s 9d per
40 gallons gras*, and 5 per cent primage
Large vessels, rosin. 3; spirit* 4* id.
Steam. He per 100 pound* on rosin: 11V4c
on spirit*. Savannah | u Boston, end 3%0
on roeln and 19e on spirits lo Naw York
GRAIN. PKOVIHIOWa. ETC.
N'w York. Nov 36.—Flour modera'alv
active and steady, without quolah'a
change from Hhiurdey. Kye flour quiet
Cornmtal firm Kye efeadv Barley
steady. Harley malt dull
Wheat—4fpoi. easy; No 2 red, 71 %c Op
tions were very dull all day Del#ye.l vis
ible supply figure* end general apathy
on Ihe tort of foreixn houses and uutaM
era kept price* within a narrow rang*
Opening easy under local selling preaaur*.
Ihe market later rallied, with corn, but
finally yielded to realising and closed ease
at Bt6%c net decline. March closed 90%e;
May. 79'ac. Nov< mix-r. 74%c. Decetadar,
Corn—Bpot, firm; No. 2 43%. On!urns
market was firm and higher, although
rather quiat. like wheat. The strong ad
vance In November at Chicago was a
feature, sirpplemented by higher ce-des
and liberal seaboard clearance*. Closed
strong at %68vc nat advance. May, 42 Vj
December, 4484 c.
Oeta-SpcM firm; No. 2. 2t%c. OptlaEs
quiet, but eteady.
Beef—Firmer. (%t meals quiet; pt< kll
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