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STOCKS PRICES OFF
HIT CONFIDENCE IST THK MARKET
IS SOT IMPAIRED.
MANY explanations for it
gi r PROFIT TAKING ON RECENT
lIISE THE SIOST PROBABLE ONE.
Mmlmum Rate for Call Money
N\ a* 3 Per Cent.—No Anxiety Over
Money Market Reflected in Move
ment of Stock*—Amalgamated
t opper Again Displayed Acute Re
actionary Tendencies— Failure to
Cull Off New England Textile
Trade Strike a Disappointment.
New York, Dec. 30.—T0-day’s reac
tion in stocks received various expla
nations, but did not materially impair
the confidence with which the outlook
upon the new year is regarded.
The maximum rate tor call money
touched to-day was a per cent. The
usual estimates by bankers indicate
that the inflow of currency has been
sufficient on balance to offset the sub
treasury absorption and leave a mar
gin of gain of upwards of $4,000,000.
The changes to be shown by the loan
item ot to-morrow’s bank statement
are likely to be large, owing to the an
nual settlements. It is not probable
that any deep anxiety over the money
market whs reflected lit the day’s
Profit-Taking in Evidence.
Profit-taking ori the week’s consider
able rise was a more likely motive.
This was first manifested in New York
Central, which had its sharpest gain
early in the week, finil in which profit
taking made an early impression to
day. Amalgamated Copper displayed
rather acutely the reactionary effect of
the speculative operations which caus
ed its wide advance of yesterday.
Some disappointment was caused by
the failure to call off the New Eng
land trade. strike. The various
movements were abandoned on the re
action. Last prices were not far from
the lowest and the closing was easy.
Borrds were irregular. Total sales,
par value, $6,620,000. United States
bonds were unchanged oh call.
Sn]e of Stocks.
Total sales, stocks, to-day were 1,-
112,100 shares, including: Atchison,
19,200; Atlantic Coast Line, 700; Balti
more and Ohio, 48,700; Canadian Pacific,
6,600; Great Western, 27,800: St. Paul.
IS,200; Erie, 18,400; Erie tirst preferred,
8.100; Illinois Central, 7,900; Louisville
and Nashville, 4,100; Metropolitan
Street, 7,900; Mexican Central, 19,100;
Missouri Pacific, .31,000; New York Cen
tral, 6,300; Pennsylvania, 56,900; Read
ing, 53,200; Rock Island, 68,300; St.
Louis and San Francisco second pre
ferred, 5,300; Southern Pacific, 53,800;
I Sou them Railway. 6,600; Southern
Ijtaihvay preferred, 400; Union Pacific,
'105,800; Copper, 138,700; American Car
and Foundry, 5,600; Smelting, 8,400;
Sugar, 16,800; Brooklyn Transit, 7.700:
Colorado Fuel, 15,600; Consolidated Gas,
7,500; Tennessee Coal, 4,800; United
States Leather. 11.400: Steel, 51,600:
Steel preferred. 76,600.
•New Y'ork. DCe. 30.—Money on call
NEW YORK STOCK AND BOND LIST
Atchison preferred 101
Atlantic Coast Line • 123%
Baltimore and Ohio .' 103%
Baltimore and Ohio preferred .... 95%
Canadian Pacific 133
Central Of New Jersey 190%
Chesapeake and Ohio 4S
Chicago and Alton 42%
Chicago and Alton preferred 80
Chicago Great Western 23%
Chicago and Northwestern 208%
Chicago, Mil. arid St. Paul 172%
Chicago Terminal and Trans. ... 12%
do do preferred 23
C. f C\, C. and St. Louis 91%
Colorado and Southern 23%
Colorado and Southern Ist pref... 61%
Colorado and Southern 2nd pref.. 37
Delaware and Hudson ISS
Delaware, Lackawanna and West.34o
Denver and Rio Grande 32%
do do preferred 86
Erie Ist preferred 75
Erie 2nd preferred 55
Hocking Valley 90
Hocking Valley preferred 92
Illinois Central 156%
lowa Central 30%
T owa Central preferred 56%
Kansas City Southern 28%
Kansas City Southern preferred .. 52%
Louisville and Nashville ....139%
Manhattan L 164%
Metropolitan Securities 79%
Metropolitan Street Railway 129%
Mexican Central 22%
Minneapolis and St. Louis 54
Minn., St. P. and Sault Ste. M... 89
do do preferred H 7
Missouri Pacific 10i%
Missouri, Kansas and Texas 31%
do do preferred 63%
Natl. U. R. of Mex. preferred .. 40
New York Central 142%
New York, Ontario and Western.. 40%
Norfolk and Western 79%
Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Louis ... 77
Reading ‘ s %
Reading Ist preferred 91
Reading 2nd preferred 84
Rock Island Company 36%
Rock Island Company preferred . 84%
St. L. and San Fran. 2nd pref... 70%
St. Louis Southwestern 25%
St. Louis Southwestern preferred 57%
Southern Pacific 65%
Southern Pacific preferred 115%
Southern Railway ...
Southern Railway preferred 96%
Texas and Pacific 35%
Toledo, St. Louis and Western .... 36%
do do preferfed 53%
Union Pacific .....
Union Pacific preferred 9i%
Wabash preferred 42%
Wheeling and Lake Erie 18%
Wisconsin Central 22%
Wisconsin Central preferred 45%
Adams Express 240
Wells Furgo 23a
Amalgamated Copper 71
American Car and Foundry 34%
do do preferred 94
American Cotton Oil '
American Cotton Oil preferred ... 95
American Ice 9%
American Ice preferred 37
American Linseed Oil
American Linseed Oil preferred .. 37
Ainertcun Locomotive • 36
American Locomotive preferred ..103
Arr.*rk-an Mm< king arid Refining.. 61%
do do preferred ..113
American Sugar Refining 143%
American Tobacco pref ~ certlf .. 98
Anaconda Mining Company. ......199
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .......... #l%
Colorado Furl and Iron 47
Consolidated (laa ...199%
Torn products fi\
Will Product# preferred ■►%
Distillers kH srltiss B*%
General Kl..ii|. .147% I
ItiwiisUvusi Paper 28
I beg to offer for sale the
15 000'State of Georgia 4%5. due 1912.
16.000 State of Georgia long
3,000 City of Augusta 4s, due 1934.
10.000 City of Augusta 4%5, due 1924.
9,000 C.ty of Macon, Ga., 4s, various
23.000 City of Washington, Ga., ss,
due 1 934.
15,000 City of Valdosta, Ga., ss, due
9,000 Newnan, Ga., ss, various ma
5,000 City of Greensboro. Ga., 6s,
5,000 City of Douglas, Ga., 6s, vari
23,000 Central of Georgia, Middle
Georgia and Atlantic ss, due
For prices or any further informa
tion relative to these bonds or any in
vestment securities which you wish
to buy or sell, communicate with
JOHN W. DICKEY,
strong and higher, 3@5 per cent.; clos
ing bid 4; offered at 414.
Time loans easy and dull; 60 days
and 90 days, 3 per cent.; six months,
314@314. Prime mercantile paper, 4@
4% per cent.: sterling exchange steady,
with actual business in bankers’ bills,
at $firstname.lastname@example.org for demand, and at
$email@example.com for 60-day bills. Post
ed rates, $4.8514 and $4.88. Commer
cial bills. $4.84%. Bar silver, 61%c;
Mexican dollars, 48c.
New York, Dec. 30,—The following
table, compiled 'by Bradstreet, shows
the bank clearings at a number of the
principal cities for the week ended
Dec. 29, with the percentage of in
crease and decrease, as compared with
the corresponding week last year, six
ty-two other cities being included in
New York $1,265,162,225 inc. 22.1
Chicago 155,673,142 inc. 16.3
Boston 103,571,450 inc. 6.7
Philadelphia 112.806.212 the. 16.S
St. Louis 46.205,264 inc. 8.4
Pittsburg 37,712.057 inc. 8.5
San Francisco 31,538,380 inc. 20.4
Baltimore 19,448.679 inc. 12.3
Cincinnati 19,561,850 inc. 16.1
Kansas City 17,188.551 dec. 1.6
New Orleans 19.848.545 dec. 10.2
Louisville 8.890.036 Inc. 17.6
Memphis 5,588,438 dec. 4.9
Richmond 3,913,161 dec. 1.1
Washington 3,419.636 inc. 16.1
Savannah 3.286.730 dec. 10.8
Fort Worth 5,062,720 39.1
Atlanta 2,767.941 dec. 11.2
Nashville 2,242,530 Inc. 22.3
Norfolk 1,851.967 inc. 14.8
Augusta 1,572,389 ine. 14.4
Birmingham 1,437,476 inc. 28.5
Knoxville 966,727 dec. 1.1
Little Rook 810.931 dec. 27.5
Macon 385,590 dec. 36.0
Chattanooga 720,645 Ihc. 15.9
Jacksonville 786.022 inc. 32.1
Houston 13,941.891 dec. 8.6
Galveston 10.108,000 iuc. 13.3
Charleston 1,002,425 inc. 1.5
Totals U. S $2,020,536,834 inc. 17.6
Outside N. Y 755,374,609 inc. 11.0
Totals Canada 45,720,031 inc. 13.2
International Paper preferred 76%
International Pump ...... 38
International Pump preferred .... 86
National Lead 24%
North American 100
Pacific Mail 44
People's Gas 107%
Pressed Steel Car 39
Pressed Steel Car preferred 90%
Pullman Palace Car 235
Republic Steel 17
Republic Steel preferred 70%
Rubber Goods 27
Rubber Goods preferred 93
Tennessee Coal and Iron 71%
United States Leather 13%
United States Leather preferred ..101%
United States Realty 77
United States Rubber 33%
United States Rubber preferred .. 98
United States Steel 30%
United States Steel preferred .... 93%
Virginia Carolina Chemical 41
do do preferred .. 110%
Westinghouse Electric ...' 180
Western Union _ 92%
U. S. refunding 2s, coupon 104%
do do Os. registered 104%
do do 3s, coupon 104%
do do new 4s, registered 130%
do d° new 4s, coupon 130%
do do old 4s, registered 105%
do do old 4s, coupon 106%
American Tobacco 4s, certificates.. 71%
do do 6s, certificates 110
Atchison general 4s 103
Atchison adjustment 4s 94%
Atlantic Coast Line 4s 101%
Baltimore and Ohio 4s 103%
Baltimore and Ohio 3%s 96%
Central of Georgia 5s 113%
Central of Georgia Ist inc 93
Central of Georgia 2nd inc 73%
C. of Ga. 3rd Incomes, closing 62%
Chesapeake and Ohio 4%s 108
Chicago, and Alton 3%s 82%
C., B. and Q. new 4s 101
C., R. I. and P. R. R. 4s 82%
do do col. 5s 95%
C., C.. C. and St. Louis gen. 45..101
Chicago Terminal 4s, bid 86
Colorado Midland 4s 77
Colorado and Southern 4s 92
Cuba ss, certificates 103%
Denver and Rio Grande 4s, bid ..102%
Distillers’ Securities 5s 79
Erie prior lien 4s 102%
Erie general 4s 93%
Fort Worth and Denver City Ist. 108%
Hocking Valley 4%5, bid 11l
Japan 6s, certificates 93%
Louisville and Nash. Unified 45...104%
Manhattan consol gold 4s 105
Mexican Central 4s. bid 77
Mexican Cehtral Ist inc 24%
Minn, and St. Louis 4s, bid 97
Missouri, Kansas and Tex. 4s, bid.loo%
do do 2nds 86%
Natl. If. R. of Mex. con. ts, bid. 81%
New York Centrul gen. 3%b 101%
New Jersey Central gen. 5s 136%
Northern Pacific 4s 106
Northern Pacific 3s 75%
Norfolk and Western consol 4s ..101%
Ore. Short Line rfdg. 4s 97%
Pennsylvania Conv. 3%s 103%
Reading general 4s .... 103%
St. L. and I. M. con. ss, bid 117
St. L. and San Fran. fg. 4a 90%
St. L. Southwestern con, 45..,,... 81
fIXA.M 1 Ac..
Vrw York Cotton Exchange
Chtfago Board of Trad*
\r* Orleans Codon Ktrliang*.
Sew York t ote* Cadtatige
Si, Louie WwrtiuM* 1 Eadiange
Milwaukee Clumber of tom inert*
Laual otli.e 41 B timet, lad.
j prltale wire# to |*rt*<tpal dlle#
R |t. OttE*. Manager
ReftwwMoe—'MrrcawUß Ag< uuka.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: MTTRDAY. DECEMBER 31. I<H)4.
JOSEPH D. WFF.ra President.
M. F. McCAULEY, Vice President.
SAM CEL L. CLAT. Cashier.
and Trust Go.
Solicits accounts of Indi
viduals, Firms, Banks, Bank
ers and Corporations.
Buys and sells Foreign Ex
Interest paid or compound
Seaboard Air Line 4s 85
Southern Pacific 4s 949*
Southern Hallway 5s 120%
Texas and Pacific lsts 120%
Toledo, St. L. and W. 4s 83%
Union Pacific 4s 106%
Union Pacific Conv. 4s 114%
United Stgtes Steel 2nd 5s 43%,
Wabash lsts, bid 118
Wabash Deb., B 66%
Western Md. 4s 90
Wheeling and Lake Erie 4s 93%
Wisconsin Central 4s 93
New York, Dec. 30.—Standard Oil,
Baltimore, Dec. 30.—Seaboard, com
mon, 18@18%; do preferred, 3T%®38%.
LOCAL FINANCIAL MARKET!
The following are the bank clear
ings for the week ending, Dec. 30, and
for the corresponding week last year:
Saturday $701,636 74
Tuesday 892.00 5 70
Wednesday 456,946 44
Thursday 569,729 77
Friday 707,373 87
Total $3,327,692 52
Last year Holiday
The following are the Savannah
Cotton Exchange, quotations:
barely steady; commercial demand,
$4.57%; sixty days, $4.84%: ninety
days, $4.83%; francs, barely steady;
commercial demand, 5.16%; sixty days,
$5.19%; marks, commercial demand,
95%c; sixty days, 94%@94 13-16 e; nine
ty days, 94%c.
at 75c per $l,OOO discount; selling up to
$6OO a graded charge of 10c to 45c;
over $6OO at rate of 75c per $l,OOO pre
Chatham Bank 87
Citizens Bank 160
Commercial Bank 109
Chatham R. E. and I. Cos. .. 53% 54
Germania Bank 150
Southern Bank, ex-div 170
Merchants National Bank ...111% ...
The National Bank of 5av...172
Oglethorpe Sav. and Trust...l33
People's Saving and Loan ..100 102
Savannah Bank and Trust. 136 140
011 %80T isnaj, ipmu-nAus
Railroad* and Indna' rial*.
Augusta, dnd Sav., ex-div—ll 6 117%
Atlanta and West Point ....155 156
do 6 per cent, certif 109 110
Chat, and Gulf stocks 11l 112
Georgia Telephone and Tel
Georgia, Brewery 90
Macon Ry. and L. pref 85
do common 25
Georgia Railroad, c0mm0n..255
Planters' Rice Mill 95
Propeller Towboat, ex-div... 96
Savannah Elec, preferred ... 88 90
Savannah Elec, common .... 16 17
Savannah Hotel Company... 66 70
Southwestern, ex-div 116 117%
Southern Railway preferred.. 96% 97%
do do common 35% 36
Savannah Brewing 100 102%
Savannah Cotton Exchange. 65 70
Chat, and Gulf R. R. 5 per
cent. Ist mortgage 104% ...
C. of G. coll, trust 11l 112
C. of Ga. cons .11l 112
do do Ist incomes 92% 93
do do 2nd incomes 73% 74%
do do 3rd incomes 62% 63%
M. G. and A 111% 112%
G. S. and F. 5s 115 ...
Georgia State 3%5, 1930 ....108 110
do do 3%5, 1915 104 106
do do 4%5, 1915 115 ...
Macon Ry. and L. bonds 96% 97%
Jacksonville Electric 0 98 99
Ocean Steamship ss. 1926 108
Savannah city SS. 1913 108 110
Savannah city ss, 1909 104 105
Southbound 5s 112
S. A. L. common 17% 18
do do preferred 35% 36%
Savannah Electric Cos. 55.... 97 98%
Eatonton 11l 112
Savannuli Almanac, TSlb Meri
dian, City Time.
Sun rises at 7:24 a. m: and sets
6:32 p. m.
Moon, last quarter, rises 1:44
High water at Tybee to-day at
2:50 a. m. and 3:16 p. m. High
water at Savannah one hour later.
Low water at 9:14 a. hi. and 9:32
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Steamship Homewood (Br), Jorgeh
sen. Charleston, light.—Strachan & Cos.
Steamship Lucia (Aus), Zaceylch,
Philadelphia, light.—Strachan & C 6.
Steamship New Orleans, Klrwan.
Baltimore, assorted.—TV. TV. Tull.
Steamship Alleghany, Dow, Philadel
phia, assorted. —TV. TV. Tull.
•Steamship Kansas City. Lewis. New
York, light.—Ocean Steamship Com
Steamship 11 Piemonte (ttal). Parda,
Fernandlna. phosphate Rock —Strachan
Steamship Indiana (Br), Oundry,
steamship Epsom (Br), Cox, Bremen.
Baltimore,-Dec. JO.— Arrived, Lexlng
ton. Savannah: schooner Helen B.
Taft, Port Tampa,
Philadelphia, Dec. *o,—Arrived,
steamer Mrrrltns-. Savannah
Jacksonville. Fla., De. M.- Cleared,
schooner Kali field. ToniHn. Pome, p. U
Rail. 1. rteumer Algoh.juln, Staples
Key West, Fla, Dee. go Arrived,
steamers Ousels, Olasn, Havana, and
sailed for Tampa; Olivette. Turner,
port Tamps, and sailed fr llatane;
<U* Kdgar V Coney , punts tloids
and saMsd for Willi stlissi*r
a if' e b nsik fn tow.
Railed, tug tiwawie, , Tortuga#
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA
Schedule Effective Oct. 6. 1904.
Arrival and departure of tralna.
Central Station, West Broad, foot of
on r E y ® treet - except for Tybe*.
90th meridian time—one hour slow
_er than city time
Macon * Augusta, Colum
bus* Montgomery, Atlan
_ • 7 00 am
For Augusta. Macon. Al
bany, Atlanta, Birming
ham and Montgomery...* 1:00 pm
For Augusta and Dublin...* 3:00 pm
For Egypt f *-00 pra
For Ouyton ... ._. t $: 41 am
Fwm Guyton t 7:60 am
From ,Sgypt t 6:40 am
crom Augusta and Dublin..* 10:55 am
From Montgomery. Birm
ingham. Albany. Atlanta.
Macon and Augusta • 7:00 nn
From Stillmore and States
_ boro t 0:10 pm
From Atlanta, Macon and
Augusta #:10 pm
BETWEEN SAVANNAH and TYBEE
Trains arrive and depart at Tybee
denot, Randolph street, foot of Presi
Lv. Savannah 16:10 a. m.. *9:00 a.
m -i *2:30 p. m.
. ,Lv. Tybee t7;00 a. m„ *9:55 a. m..
•Dally. + Exoept Sunday.
Parlor Cars between Savannah and
- A an * a on trains leaving Savannah
< ■OO a . m., arriving 6:10 p. m.
Sleeping cars between Savannah and
Augusta. Satannah and Macon. Sa
vannah and Atlanta. Savannah ar.J
Birmingham on trains leaving Savan
nah 9:00 p. m., and arriving Savan
nah 7:00 a. m.
For further Information apply or
J. S. HOLMES. C. T. A P. A., S7
Bull street. Savannah. Ga.
Charleston. S. C\, Dec. 30.—Arrived,
steamers Apache, Staples. Jacksonville,
and proceeded for New York; Co
manche, Watson, Now York, and pro
ceeded for Jacksonville.
Arrived Dec. 29, barkentine Frances,
Fletcher, Port Tampa.
Arrived Dec. 30, schooner Eagle
Wing, Morgan, Philadelphia.
Cleared, steamer Tynefleld (Br). Vig
New York. Dee. 29.—Sailed, steamer
Huron, Charleston and Jacksonville.
Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 29.—Sailed,
steamer Trojan (Ital), Olcese, Spezzia;
barks Guiana (Nor), Hansken, Buenos
Ayres; Maria (Ital), Traptni, Genoa;
Uniao (Port), Cachem, Oporto.
Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 29.—Arrived,
steamer Sabine, Young, New York, and
sailed for Mobile; schooners St. Mau
rice (Br), Copp. Manzan; ship Palamos
(Span), Mass, Valencia.
Punla Garda, Fla., Dec. 30.—Arrived,
schooner Edith G. Folwell, Kensey,
Port Tampa, Fla., Dee. 30.—Arrived,
Steamers Maseotte, Allen, Havana, via
Key West; Shawmut, Risk, Philadel
phia, via Key West
Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 30.—Arrived,
Tmik Caterlna (Ital), (Salto, Point A
Sailed, steamer II Piemonte (Ital),
Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 30.—Arrived,
bark Cordellera (Nor), Carlson, Swan
sea (in distress.)
New York, Dec. 30.—Arrived, steamer
Iroquois, Charleston and Jacksonville.
Trieste. Dec. 25.—Arrived, Anna, Pen
sacola, via Algiers and Venice.
Hamburg, Dec. 28.—Arrived, Amstel,
Pensacola; Elfle, Savannah, via Dart
Portland, England, Dec. 29.—Arrived,
Fridtjof Nansen, Charleston, for
Liverpool, Dec. 30.—Arrived, Gadi
Notice to Cnptnlii* of Vessel*.
Vessels arriving at night will be re
ported at the Morning News in its
dispatches, without charge, if captains
will confirm reports of their arrival
to No. 241, either telephone.
Notice to Mariner*.
Pilot charts and hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished masters of
vessels free of charge in the United
States hydrographic office, in Custom
House. Captains are requested to call
at the office. Reports of wrecks and
This office operates a time ball on
the roof of the Cotton Exchange,
dropped daily at 12h. 00m.00s. (Sun
days and holidays excepted), 75th me
ridian time. In case of the failure the
ball is lowered Slowly 5 minutes after
12. Clarence Hatch.
COTTON—Savannah to Boston, per
100 pounds, 25c; to New York, per 100
pounds, 20c to dock: 2Sc lightered; to
Philadelphia, 20c per 100 pounds; Bal
timore, 20c per 100 pounds.
COTTON— Foreign direct to Liver
pool, 28c; Manchester, 28c; Bremen.
21c; Hamburg,-. 24c; Rotterdam, 26c;
Barcelona, 38c; Havre, 35c; Antwerp,
LUMBER—By Sail—Freight, active;
to Baltimore. $5.00; to Philadelphia
$4.75; to New York. $6.62%; to Port
LUMBER—By Steam—Savannah to
Baltimore, $5.50; to P. R. R. or B. and
O. Docks. $6.00; to Philadelphia, $6.00;
to New York, $6.25 per M. to dock;
lightered. $7.00; to Boston, to dock
Schooner Palmer \Vu* All night.
New York, Dec. 30.—The big flve
masted schooner Singleton Palmer,
which sailed from Boston for New
port News Dec. 6 and concerning whose
safety much fear has been felt, was
riding at anchor, safe and apparently
übinjured, last Wednesday off the
Maryland coast. This report was made
to-day by the captain of the schooner
John B. Coyle, which arrived here to
day. The captain said that as far as
he could see the Palmer had not suf
fered as a result of the boisterous
weather. The Palmer was lying about
thirty miles south-southwest of Win
ter Quarter ShoalS.
Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Company.
MID-WINTER SCHEDULE NO. 25.
Subject to change and Individual postponement without notice.
POUT TAMPA-KEY WEST-ttAVAXA LINE.
(Touching at Key West.)
Effective from Port Tampa,, Fla., Thursday, April 14, 1904.
Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays,* Thursday* 11:40 p. m.
Arrive Key West Mondays, Wednesdays, Friday* <5:30 p. m.
Leave Key West Mondays. Wednesdays. Fridays 8 30 p. m.
Arrive Havnna Tuesdays, Thursdays, Ssturlays 6:80 a. m.
Leave Havana Tuesdays, Thursdays, .Saturdays 12:00 n’n
Arrive Key West Tuesdays, Thursdays. Saturdays 8:30 p. m.
Leave Key" West Tuesdays. Thursdays, Saturdays 10:30 p. m.
Airlve Port TmnpH Wednesdays, B’rid iys, Sundays 6:00 p. m.
MIAMI-KEY W )>T-HAVANA LINE.
(Touching at Key West.)
Effective from Miami. Fla., sailing Thursday, Pec. 8, 1904.
Leave Miami Sunday*. Thursday* 9:00 a. m.
Arrive Key West Sundays, Thursdays 10:00 p. m.
Leave Key West Sundays, Thursdays.,,,,,,,,, ~11.00 p. m.
Arrive Havana Mondays. Fridays. 7:80 a. tti.
Leave Havana Mondays, Fridays ........... 4:90 p. m.
Arrive Key West Mondays, Fridays 11 mdngi
Lexva Key West 7u*d-‘>. flaturday*.......... ■ 11:10 a. rn.
Arrive Miami Tuesdays, Saturday* 6:00 p. in.
Effective from Miami. Fla., Thursday, !n. 6, 1906.
Leave Miami Mondays, Thur5day5..,,,,,,,.,. ..,..11.40 p. in.
Arrive Nassau Tuesday*. Friday*,..,.,.,., 1:69 p m
L**te Nassau Wednesday*, Malurdays 19 90 m.
Arrive Miami Thursdays, jiundsy* 6,99 a. in.
Tha time shoan show 1* 99iti meridian standard rims, asnopt at No*.
m< kl7. HHA PER, Traill Agent CHAR. L MYKItM. Manager
J*< ksonvills, Fl*.
Trams arrive and depart Savannah
Union Station by Central time —one
hour slower than city or Eastern
Schedule Effective. Nov. 6, 1904.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST. _
Lv Savannah (Cen Time)) i 00p 12 1*
Ar Blackville (East. Time) 4 50p 4 l.>a
Ar Columbia 6 30p * 00a
Ar Charlotte 9 40p iwa
Ar Greensboro 12 35u 12 MP
Ar Danville..... ....| 1 45a K 10p
Ar Richmond 3
Ar Lynchburg 4 SEE
Ar Charlottesville b 50a 6 10p
Ar Washington 9 lb* l * *®k
Ar Baltimore 11 25a II 3P
Ar Philadelphia 1 50p 2 3:>a
Ar New York 4 13p 43a
TO THE NORTH AN 1) WEST.
Lv Savannah (Central Time) ..113 La
Ar Columbia (Eastern time) ... J 00a
Ar Spartanburg I® oj*n
Ar Hendersonville s ® p
Ar Asheville 1 boy
Ar Hot Springs (Central Time) 23p
Ar Knoxville ®
Ar Cincinnati £
Ar Louisville f
Ar St. Louis * °®P
Trains arrive Savannah as foll 5V?' 8: .
No. 29. daily, from New York. Wash
ington, St. Louis and Cincinnati. 4.0
a. m. _
No. 30, dally, from all points e.,
via Jesup. 12:10 a. in. , ,
No. 33, dally, from New York ar.a
Washington. 3:30 p. m. . , .
No. 34, dally, from all points West,
via Jcsup, 12:55 p. m. _
THROUGH CAR SERVICE. ETC.
Trains 33 and 34. The New York
and Florida Express. 4 cstlbuled
limited trains, carrying Pullman
Drawing-room Sleeping Cars between
Savannah and New York. Dining Cars
serve meals en route.
Trains 29 and 30, The Washing!on
and Florida Limited. VeatlbuleJ lim
ited trains, currying Pullman Draw
ing-room Sleeping Cars between na
vannah and New York. Dining Cars
serve meals en route, Also Pullman
Drawing-room Sleeping Cars between
Savannah and St. Louts, through
Asheville and ’’The Land of the ky.
For information as to rates, scheu •
ules, etc., apply to
C. H. ACKERT, G. M., Washington.
D. C. „ .
S. H. HARDWICK, P. T. M„ Wash
ington, D. C. _ r
W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A., Washing
ton. D. C.
BROOKS MORGAN, A. G. F. A..
Atlanta, Ga. . ,
It. C. BLATTNER. Depot Ticket
Agent Union Station, Savannah. Ga.
E. G. THOMSON. C. P. & T. A., Sa
vannah, Ga.. 141 Bull street. ’Phones
To Baltimore & Philadelphia
Tickets on Sale to All Points North
First-class tickets Include meals and
berths Savannah to Baltimore and
Philadelphia. Accommodations and
The steamships of this company are
appointed to sail from Savannah as
follows (Central Standard Time):
•NEW ORLEANS, Capt. Kirwafi,
SATURDAY, Dec. 31, 12:30 noon.
ITASCA. Capt. Crowell, TUESDAY,
Jan 33 p. m.
CHATHAM. Cjyit. Hudgins. THURS
DAY. Jail. 5, 4 p. in.
FREDERICK. Capt. Robinson, SAT
URDAY, Jan. 7, 6 p. m.
ALLEGHANY, Capt. Dow. SATUR
DAY, Dec, 31, 12:30 noon.
BERKSHIRE Capt. Pratt, WED
NESDAY, Jan. 4, 4 p. m.
MERRIMACK. Capt. McDorman,
SATURDAY, Jan. 7. 6 p. m.
ALLEGHANY, Capt. Dow'. WEDNES
DAY. Jan. 11, 9 p. m.
♦Steamship New Orleans entries
second class passengers only.
WM. W. TULL, Agent.
J. F. WARD. T. P. A.
Ticket Office 112 Bull street Phones
124. t „
W. P. TURNER, O. P. A.
A. D. STEBBINS, G. M.
J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. and T. M.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
Print Cloth Mai-ket.
Fall River, Mass., Dec. 30.—The
sales In the print cloth market for the
week are estimated at 50,000 pieces.
Buyers have shown but little interest
In the market here during the week.
Regulars are being held firmly at 2%,
with wide and narrow odds at that ba
sis. It IS expected that before the
new year Is far advanced tl)e market
will take on a change for the better,
and It Is firmly believed that the buy
er is low on stock that he will he
obliged to come Into the market very
soon in order to supply necessities.
Kew Year** Hook*.
’’The Simple Life” (Charles Wagner);
’’Bethany” F. Watson); “The Geor
gians’," "Good Manners on All Occa
sions;” "The Gratters;” Beverly of
Graustark;” "Kingship of Self-Con
trol v For saU ■ ill’s News De
pot, No. 18 Bull street, corner of
Bryan, No. 2, eas.t. Savannah, Gk.—ad.
ga aboard Air Line Hallway. Ile*t
Line to Jacksonville, Florida,
The Seaboard Air Line Is the short
line, operates Pullman service on all
trains to Jacksonville and Tampa, and
makes the quickest time. Only four
hours, Savannah to Jacksonville. Tick
et office. No. 7 Bull street; ’phone 28.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Cos,
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOV. 18. I*o4.
Train* operated by 90th Meridian Time. One Hour Slower than City Tim*.
- 83 I *K I *4O 1 NORTH AND SOCTffi I i * I *45
* 4 2 a l * 35a Lv Savina* 1 2 60a, * 02aj 6 30p
it I- i ll ** 55a Ar Charleston Lv 11 4Jp 6 58a 330 p
14 ” p | I <OP Ar Wilmington Lv| 3 Sop| -
1 !i*| 45p Ar Richmond Lv‘ 9 05aj 7 25p -
k „; a ’ U SOp Ar Washington Lv 4 30a, 345 p -
if „ a ,' •) 1 40a Ar Baltimore Lvi 2 37a| 2 lap -
!> kit 1 , 4 Jsa, Ar Philadelphia Lv 13 10a 11 r,sa
-r-Wgn I 7 80a’Ar New York I.v 9 25p| 9 25* -
t *39 i SOUTH i *4O ! *ss 1 *32 j_* 22
. Is K p ; 9 -a 3 lfalLv Sara on iff Art t Hal * 45ai lUj **P
20 OOri ll 3 40a 8 1 Brunswick Lv' | I ' 4
1 ot) 6 15pn -°p * 05a Ar Wuycres*....... LvllO 15p 6 TOY: 9 50a, 6 30p
2 rn„ I 20p 10 40a Ar .. ..Thomasvllle Lvj 3 10a 6 15* 2 3op
2 •<()„ 1 55p Ar Albany Lv 1 45a 2 -op
g 5 40p 11 ssa!Ar Balnbridge Lv; 1 40a 5 GOa 1 oop
. * lSp'Ar ....Montgomery Lv) 7 45p 6 50a
. .7 Jsp 1 45p’ 8 40a lAr Jacksonville Lv 8 05pl 9 00a 330 p
J ;“ p 345 plt 49a Ar Palatka Lv 4 50pj 5 35a
■ .... .1 m ; 00p! 3 JOp , Kr winter Park Lv’l2 52p 1 10* -
\lla? a I lop 341 pAr Orlando Lv l 2 41p! 12 58a -
f ®‘ a ! ? 47p 4 21a Ar .. Kissimmee Lv’l2 01p| |l2 12a
- a 3i a . 9 15p! 6 QOplAr Lakeland Lv,lo 25a 10 20p -
. ..... t 00a.in SOp 7 25p Ar Tampa Lv: 9 00a 8 <®P
. 2 i-' 1 10 40pl 7 35p Ar.. Tatnpa Bay Hotel...Lv 8 40a, 8 25p -
8 42p).\r ....Tarpon Springs.... Lvj 7 20a!
ii'iA 05p Ar St. Petersburg... Lvj 6 -
• J 9 40p!Ar PuntaGorda Lv 6 45a 4 03p
- *p|, u OOpfAr Fort Myers Lv 1 5 30a| 2 45p
—rr-j —j NORTH, WEST AND SOtTTHWBST. ~
-g—r-l YJ.a Jesup, I5 [ *37 *57 I Via Montgomery. j_*sß *22
8 son * V * B * v *nn*h. Arl 9 Aall 9 15a 6 45plLv ..Savannah.) Art 9 45a 9 3Jp
7 fltn' aI• •• • Jesup.... Lv 7 45a'; 6 15p 8 05a!Ar .Montgomery. Lv 7 45p 6 30a
3 861)1 a • Macon... Lv 2 15a] I L. and N.
8 V i " A ‘lanta... Lvltt 50pj 3 17a 7 ISp'Ar ..Nashvtii# . Lvf 8 30a -
5 , Chattanooga Lvi 6 30p i 3 20a 2 20a Ar .. Loulavllle.. Lv 2 40aj
J2 p i7 r -Louisville. Lv 7 40a 12 Oln 7 20a; Ar . .Cincinnati.. Lv'tl OCp -
? 1. • Cincinnati. Lv 8 2Qa 1 SSp 7 20a Ar ..St. Louis.. Lv 8 45p -
i ; , r -B*. Louis..Lv 10 04p M. and O.
6 j r •••Chleigo... Lv 9 OJp 7 36a Ar ..St. Louis.. Lv 8 31p
8 irai* •••Atlanta... Ar 10 15p [ 4 10p 9 lSa'Ar ...Chicago... Lv 7 OOp
I) 10,1* ;; Memphis.. Lv 8 15a 1 2 55a 4 12pjAr ... Mobile ... Lv 1 17p 12 3fla
—Lansas City Lvi 6 Sop|J 7 15* 8 15p| Ar New Orleans Lv 9 25a 315 p
•Dally. ' - - -- - ;
trains into and out of Charleston are operated by Eastern time.
Elorlda° UKh I ’ ul,man Sleeping Car service to North. Blast and West and to
Dining cars on trains 32 and 35 between Savannah and New York.
t, . leavln k Savannah 3:15 a. m.and connects at Jacksonville with Pun
man Buffet Parlor Cars tor Tampa and St. Petersburg.
,eav *ng Savannah 3:00 p. m.. connects at Jacksonville with Pullman
ttuiTet Sleeping Cars for Tampa and Fort Myers.
•„ioV° nn< * ot |? nf ' Port Tam tut with U. S. mall steamship of the Penln
"oi ir lin d Occidental Steumshlp Line, leaving Port Tampa Sundays, Tues
days and Thursdays nt 11:15 p. m.
if. ‘V’ EMERSON. Traffic Manager, Wilmington. N C.
I:,- J- CRAIG, General I’hss. Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
*' I; I-UAHY, Division Pass. Agent, Savannah, Ga. '
M. WALSH, Trav. Pass. Agent, De Soto Hotel, ’phones 73.
■ c - n, “' T ™Kn, Union Ticket Agent. Bell ’phone 235, Georgia 911.
1. C. SAPP. Ticket Agent, De Soto Hotel. ’Phones 73.
AIR LI INE RAILWAY.
Schedule Effective Nov. 27, 1904 -90th Meridian Time-On* hoor slower lhu
City Time, south of Columbia; E astern Tlnie north ot Columbia.
No. 43. |No. 31. | NOKIH AN e sul’m |No. 84. 'jNo.l* "~
W ioam.lß 2tpni|Lv NEW ttillK .1... .Art 4 l&prnl 6 80*a
7 23am; 2 OopmjLv West Phtledelphl* Arj 1 45pm 2 36am
J .’unit I lOpmjLv Baltimore Ar;U 30am,1l 17pm
10 uOaiiij 6 25pm ILv Washington Ar 10 10am * 36pm
2 20pmll0 00pm Lv Rh limond Ar 6 36am 4 65pm
9 25am| 9 06pm|Lv Portsmouth Ar 8 00am 6 30pm
7 00pm] 3 40ani;Lv Raleigh Ar 1 25am 11 46am
3 20pm| 5 00am|Lv Wlhnlugion Aril 30pm 12 46pm
12 19uni| 9 54aru;Lv Camden Ar' 7 45pm 6 24atn
12 20am]l0 00ain]Lv Columbia Ar 5 40pm 4 25am
4 40a 111 j 2 25pm.|Lv HAVAW4H j„v l lopn> 12 luatn
7 43am| 5 02ptn|Ar Darien Lv 10 10am 5 15pm
7 55am! 5 30pm|Ar Brunswick Lv 9 60am Si 40pm
10 20am| 6 40pm|Ar. Fernofldina Lv 9 00am 5 15pm
8 45um] 6 50pmiAr JACKSONVII.I E 9 00am 7 50pin
10 50am ]Ar St. Augustine Lv 7 40am 5 50pm
I 01pm 2 06am|Ar Ocgla Lv 2 21am| 1 01|in
5 45pm 7 35ainlAr Tampa ....Lvi 8 OOpml 8 50am
11 10am |Ar Lane ettr Lvj J 5 36pm
310 pm) lAr Tallahassee Lv; f 1 63pm
No. 73. |.No. 71.! WEBT. |No o 4
4 30pni| 7 15am,Lv sAVASiNAIi Ar 8 20pm|10 00am
6 40pm 10 35am Ar Statesboro Lv 4 15pm| 7 60am
7 09pm 9 49am Ar Lybns Lv 5 37pm. 7 20atn
335 pm 11 19am Ar Helena Lv 4 05pml 6 00am
3 OOain 4 20pm Ar Fitzgerald Lv 9 45am
7 28am 1 25pm Ar Cordele Lv 2 05pm 6 40pm
9 30am 335 pm Ar Albany Lv 12 05pm 7 00pm
8 35am 303 pm Ar Amerlcus Lv 12 32pm 5 10pm
II 00am 5 15pm Ar Columbus Lv 10 15am 2 15pm
j 56pm Ar MOWTHOMKRY Lv 7 30am
7771 7 15pm|Ar New Orleans Lv| 8 15ptn|
Nos. 31 and 34, .-;LAI:oAUD LX.I*HKBB, solid vestibuied train. Through
Pullman sleeping cars between New York and Tampa. Cafe dining car*.
Nos. 43 and 66, SEABOARD MAIL, through vestlbuied train* Cullman
buffet sleeping ears between Now York xnd Jacksonville.
Nos. 71 snd 72. WESTERN EXPRBBS, connects at Montgomery for New
Orleans and Southwest. .
Full Information at City Ticket Office. No. 7 Bull street. Telephone No. 24.
Savannah and Statesboro Railway.
SHORT LINK — THROUGH TRAINS. '
No. 73* INo7 71*1 ~ ~ [No, firiiSrffi
4 SOpml 7 15am]Lv Savannah Ar 8 20pmji6 00am
6 40pmll0 SRamlAr . States boro Lv 4 OOpjnl 7 60am
•Dally. tExcepl Sunday. On Sunday* train 71 arrives Statesboro #:35 _
SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
FOR NEW YORK.
CITY OF COLUMBUS, Capt. Smith,
SATURDAY. Dec. 31. 12 m.
KANSAS CITY, Capt. Lewis, MON
DAY. Jan. 2. 1:30 p. m.
CITY OF ATLANTA, Capt. Fisher,
WBIDNESDAY, Jan. 4,3 p. m.
•CITY OF MEMPHIS, Capt Burg,
FRIDAY, lan. 6. 3:30 p. m.
•CITY MACON. Capt. Asklns,
MONDAY. Jan. 9. 7 a. m.
FOII BOSTON DIRECT ( FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS.)
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Dreyer,
MONDAY, Jan. 2,3 p. in.
NACOOCHF.E Capt. Burroughs,
THURSDAY, Jan. 6. 3 p. m.
RATES SAVANNAH TO NEW YOHR.
First Cabin $20.00; First Cabin Excursion. 132.00; Intermediate
Cabin $15.00; Intermediate Cabin Excursion, 12100; Steerage, SIO.OO.
SAVANNAH TO ROSTOV.
First Cabin, 122.00; First Cabin Excursion. $36.00; Intermediate Cabin,
$17.00, Intermediate Cabin Excursion. $28.00; Steerage. $11.76.
Meal* . nd Berth furnished without extra charge on First and Iqter
nv 'llate (■. bln ticket*. Tickets on sale to nil point* North, East and W#st
Ships sell on Central Time, one hour slower than city time,
•Steamship* City of Memphis and City of Macon carry only first cabin
Obtain copy of the Green Folder from your nenrest agent.
The company reserves the right to change Its sailings and to substi
tute ships for those above without notice and without liability or account
For reservations or other Information apply to your nearest agent or
address. , _
J. S. HOLMES, WM. P. CLEMENTS,
CHy Ticket snd Passenger Agent. Traveling Passenger Agent.
L. R. VANDIVIEItE, Oommsrclal Agent.
17 Dull Street. OertnunU Bank Building, Savannah, Os.
G. C. HAVAOB. Agent. Ocean S H. Wharves.
W If. PLEASANTS. NI-YV Vnilk J ’ C HORTON.
Vice Pres, end Gen. Mgr. I’*-*’ I s/I\ !\ General Passenger Agt.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL AND WORK ORDER TOUR LITHO
GRAPHED AND PRINTED ITAHONERY AND BLANK BOOKB
FROM THE MORNING NEWS SAVANNAH* GA.
CITY OF COLUMBUS, Capt Smith.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 11, 8:30 a. m.
KANSAS CITY, Capt Lewis, FRI
DAY, Jan. 13, 10 a. m.
CITY OF ATLANTA, Capt Flshef.
MONDAY, Jan. 16, 1 p. m.
•CITY OF MEMPHIS. Capt Burg
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18, 1:80 p. m.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt Johnson,
MONDAY. Jan. 9,3 p. m.
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Dreyer
THURSDAY, Jan. 12, 3 p. m.