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-"'‘ savannah market.
OFFICE OF THE MORN INC, NEWS, I
Savanna a, Ga.. April 27, 4p. g. 1
r ._ lOX -_Tbe market was very quiet, but
•T and unchanged. There was only a small
' n-uiil sii'l the bulk of the business was effect
s!hdav previous. The total sales for the
two days were 560 teles. On ’Change at
* ... a t 10 a. in., the market was
!wrU"“quiet ami unchanged. with sales of
h ,c, s vt the second call, at 1 p. m„ .t
't quiet and Arm. there twine no sales At
h . third and closing call, at 4 p. m.. it was
auie t and firm, with further sales of 5
L The following are the official closing
r>o t quotations of the Cottou Exchange:
Middling fair- }&
| ordinary lnal fV.. ••• •' Nominal
geo Mand- The market was very quiet, but
tfOT dv and unchanged. There were no sales
sported. Last sales were at quotations, as
'"common Georgias and Florida. U
Medium 17U r! is
Choice ■' ~~
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand April 27, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
TsliZl. W"' Maud. U l >lund
Stock on hand Sept. 1 1,140 4,804, 551 3.298
Received to-day ... 753! ... 779
previously j 27.258 703,2301 23.159 749,151
Total I! 28,407 768,277 I 23.71Q| 788,228
Exported to-day || 64l Oisjj ..!
Exported previously j 20,820 703,158 19,564 j 731,040
| Total | 20,890 763,771 1 19,564, 723.610
l Stock on hand and on ship
\ Lou rtl this day i 1,517. 4.tQ6il 4.1U>1 i."..rKB
Rice— The market continues strong, but not
luotably higher. There was a good demand,
tut offerings were light. The sales for the
4ay were 3UO barrels, at about quotations, as
Good Wm —
Country lots —so® 60
Tide water 90(11,1 10
Naval Stores—Tljp market for spirits tur
pentine was quiet and easy. The sales for the
lay were 410 casks, of which 230 casks were
tegulars at 33e ami 180 casks of regulars at
HWc At the Board of Trade on the opening
tall the market was reported quiet at 33V4c
[or regulars. At the closing call it was steady
It 333.33b;;c for regulars. Rosin—The market
(pas irregular in demand and prices unchanged.
The sales fur the day were about 791 barrels.
At the Board of Trade on the first call the
market was reported steady for water white anil
irindow glass, dull for Nto K, and firm for I
ind below, with sales of 144 barrels, at the fol
bwing quotations: A, B. C and D $1 Q2)£c, E
iliffW, FBl 15, G 81 1754, Id $l2O, I $1 40, K
|l 50'.‘M $1 80. X 82 15, window glass $2 50,
pater white $2 75. At the closing call it was
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
deceived to-day 489 1,517
Received previously 10,367 31,596
Total . 18.890 110.521
Exported to-day 639 6,046
Exported previously 6.887 33,404
Total 7.526 39,450
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day... 5,873 71,071
Receipts same day last year.. . 660 1,448
Financial—Money is iu demand, but not so
light as it has been.
Domestic Exchange Steady. Banks and
ixmkers are buying sight drafts at pur and sell
mg ut '4 per cent premium.
Foreign R.change— The market is steady.
Commercial demand, $4 86U; sixty days.
14 85; ninety days. ?iß4)i: francs, Paris and
aavre, cominereial. sixty days, $5 22U; Swiss,
15 marks, sixty days. 95.
Securities- Stocks are only clianging hands
in a retail way, and holdei-s are hardly as firm
Is they were, being willing to make slight con
sessiuns for round lots. Bonds arc held firmly
Stocks and Bonds—City Bonds—Quiet. At
lanta (i per cent, 104 bid, 110 asked; Atlanta 7
per cent. 115 bid. 120 asked; Augusta 7 percent,
tbbid, 112 asked; Augusta Cs. long, 108 bid,
110 asked; Columbus 5 per cent, 98 hid, 1)9
isked; Macon 6 per cent, ill hid, 112 asked;
few Savannah 5 per cent, July coupons, 104)4
pin. 10) asked; new Savannah 5 per cent, May
toupnns, 105 bid. 105 U asked.
State Bonds— Market steady, with light sup
ply Georgia new 6s. 1889. 103 bid, 104 asked;
Swrgia new 4)45, 100 bid, 107 asked; Geor-
Ei‘ * ,e , r cent g(4d, coupons quarterly, 10SU, bid,
iwl. asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons Jan
J“ rv and July, matui-ity 1896, 122 bid, 123
iJ in, f ro [ w? Stocks --Central common, 123 bid,
masked; Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
pKranteed, ex-div., 136 bid, 187 asked; Georgia
tonmoib ex-div., 200 l.id, 202 asked; South
Ml l"; 1 ' bent guaranteed, ex-div., 131)4
S sed; Central 6 per cent certificates,
s i ' n . t " 16* bid, 10SU asked; Atlanta and West
font railroad stock, ex-div., 112 bid, 118 asked;
lUanta and West Point 6 per cent certificates,
Kb hid. 106 asked.
Unrfifr 00 *?1 Market quiet. Savannah,
• nda and Western Railway Company general
" gage 1 per cent interest, coupons October,
bid. 112 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
fm. consohduted 1 per cent, coupons January
5. 5 ; 'futurity 1597, 119 bid, 121 asked, Cen
la n,.*.!, hdatedI mortgage 7 per cent, coupons
lUmU - V,! 1111 ', llly ' "wOm-ity is<. n.'lvi bid, 114
aS: railroad tts. 1897, 10H bid. 110
li niM,i ytobue and Girard second mortgage iu
ppopons January and July,
. ! y 105 liid, 106 asked: Montgomery
b rw? , J. nrt tuortgage 6 per cent, indorsed
liid Ur^f d > *6® bid, 110 asked; Marietta
tfuGgage 6 per cent,
I,—„ as^ ed: Charlotte. Columbia and
E * !m mortgage, 112 bid, 113 asked;
taee niiVVl i Um b' a a "d Augusta second inort
'*“• >12)4 asked; Western Alabama
*7 ■iiil.!,i l’-' l b- r e indorsed 8 [so- cent, 107 bid,
Its bin *lO. Georgia and Florida indorsed,
kcond nm : 30,11 b Georgia and Florida
hd K,n .! l,id ' US asked; Augusta
Ji'l idni J'‘> . ‘“P'Tffage 7 per emit, 1083;
Sv-iit 1 iei-i 1 4 ii : Gainesville. Jefferson and
111S mortgage gnuranteed, 118 bid,
xt mr 'l Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern
bid, 116 asked. Ocean Steam
birnnin'e.i", bonds guaranteed by Central
So,!! g"- bid, I.K) asked; Gainesville, Jef
p, i,irt , ' l u l^ er i I sf uon<l mortgage guaran-
Irst’m.i-i' Gh asked; Columbus and Rome
■d ms bp nd bidiinied by Central rail
1 nor i-' I® l 'tsked; Columbus und Western
G 4 166)4 bid. 109 asked: City
mibui, I 'llii’ak'ed " Uy HrBL ‘ llurtKaK '' 7 Percent,
statist * omlml Southern Hank of
'imiitK oir??'b 0 i r ??'b 185 bid. *W asked; Mer
’"ib IM bi'l. 180 asked: Ha
ek-,1 ' W . lriwt Ciim|nv, 90 bid, U 5
b'i sy ,1 J ,u "k of Bavannsh, 117 bid
In ■ Savannah Oas Light stock, ex
“'> i)liiil ii,ked‘ : MutU *‘ HUM ,J b' ht
:].-,u- I’n I steady; demand good; smoked
i: '■yi shoulders. dry salt.si
bw; %Z loa * b-k-ar, (%■; shoulders,
K "ir, 1 Market quiet. We quote:
•- t!|.L ' ' *■ '-' I'-. 2 I'' .81 jr; Jib tbs' 7t*o,
*rn JW ii'JiJ J fimd ttrnl quantity. Iron ties
l ’.no ' P 0 1! bundle, accertlmg to
. f*"4tglng and ties in re
hi in f ; uU, "‘ higher.
i.li.,iU. .u'f 11 ' 1 , ‘ ,,, 'idy: oleoinai-garlne, 11a
UWfc e(Joslß.„, 19c, glit edge 28c; etgainery,
hi ,1 *5a39J per linnet; sup
( detuauil good.
$■ . Jbn market is striMif stnl advancing.
1 I1 1 M "“ | l lots I)rdlnar), Mr; tab-,
Imj * * * ■'¥' claoic* 4 , IN0; pffiiM-rry,
*■.'l bit-kioblghji sir I advauclng, g.*d
brin *kbt We i|unu, : Halts'
' V>l*,evs|s , rat-1. Me;
•I I ,*.,'*' * Mti C; 6*Ml*'
•m \\' II* I*. 1 *. U firm: -n*
’ 4 iiul brttwu
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No. 1. $7 50al0 00; No. 3, half barrels, $C 00a7 00;
No. Herring—No. 1,30 c; scaled,
Sso: Cod, sa.Sc.
Flo r -.Market steady; demand moderate.
We quote; Superfhu-, $3 50; extra, $3 85ai i;
fancy, $1 ortas 00; choice patent, $5 35a5 75;
family, $4 MUG 05.
} :i - [ —Leui'ius. Stock full and demand light..
5Ve quote: $3 75af 35. Oranges Market fairly
supplied;.dtnnuii.l lighter; Fieri las, s.’ 5003 35.
Apples—Scarce aud poor; good shipping stock,
$4 .ioas 00 per barrel.
Grain— Com Market steady: demand ligt*.
We quote: White corn, job lots, OSjdjc: carload
lots, corn, job lots, G3c;carload lots,
00c. Oats steady; coml demand. We quote:
Mixed oats, 4tsc; carload lots, 44r. llran, $1 05.
Meal. 6t!Vsc: Gc.irgia grist, per sack. $i 50: grist,
per bushel, (ir'/jjo.
Hay -Market steady, with a fair demand;
stock ampie. We quote job lots; Western, $1;
carload lots, 90c; Eastern, none; Northern,
Hides, Wool, Etc —Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry flint. 13..,c: salted, ll’-jc: dry
butcher, "the Wool -Market nominal; prime
in bales, 37c; burry, Mattie. Wax. !Sc. Tallow,
3r. Ic. Deer skins, flint, 30c; salted, ltic. Otter
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4Uo3c: refined,
Lard -Market is steady; in tierces, solb
Dime. Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel; Georgia. $130; calcined
plaster, $! 8.5 per barrel; hair, sc; Rosendale
cement, $1 50; Portland cement, $3.
Liquous -Full stock; steady demand. Bout-
Ism. $i 50a5 50: rye, $1 SOaOOO: rectified, $1 (XU
1 3.5. .Ales unchanged and in good demand.
Nails Marker firm. Fair de
mand. We quote: 3d, St 00; td and sd, $3 35;
lid. S'i 10; Bd, $3 85; lOd to 60d, $3 80 per keg.
Nrrs—Almonds, Tarragona, 18a3)c; I\dcas,
17al8e; walnuts, French, 13c; Naples, Kic; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 13c; eoeoanuts,
Baracoa, So 35 per 100.
(Oils —Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virgiuia black, 9aloe; lard, 58c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white,
lSjjge: ueatsfoot, lioaOOc; machinery. 35a80e;
linseed, raw, 47c; boiled, 50c: mineral" seal, Me;
lireproof, iSc; bomelight, 18c.
Onions - Domestic, almost nominal; Northern
stock sprouty and unreliable, $1 35 per crate;
barrels. $3 50: Bermuda crates. $3 50. ■
Potatoes-Northern, $3 75a3 00 per barrel;
new. $3 00a5 00.
Pea a- Demand light; cow peas, mixed, 75a
80c; clay, $1 "dal 15; speckled, $1 00a! 10; black
eye, $1 3.5a! 50: white crowder. $1 50a! 75.
Prunes- Turkish 4 ;i jc; French Bc.
Raisins--Demand light; market steady; loose
new Muscatel, $3 00; layers. $3 00 per box; Lou
don layers. $3 50 per box.
Shot—Drop. $1 40: buck. $1 05.
Salt— The demand is moderate and the mar
ket quiet; carload lots, 05c, f o b; job lots,
Suoars—The market is steady; cut loaf, B%e:
standard A. extra C. 5Lk-; C yellow, sc;
granulated, powdered. 65gc.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia Syrups, 38al0c;
the market is quiet for sugar) louse at 35a40c;
Cuba straight goods, 38c iu hogsheads; sugar
house molasses, 3>>e.
Tobacco—Market dull, demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, 35ea$i 35; chewing, com
mon. sound, 35a80e; fair, 3'a3se: medium, :18a
50c; bright. 50a75e; fine fancy, B.sa9rte; extra
fine, itOeaJl 10; bright navies, 43a75c; dark
Lumber—The demand from the West contin
ues good; coastwise aud foreign inquiry is also
very active. Prices for average schedules are
firm at quotations, with some advance, while
difficult schedules can only tie placed at con
siderably advanced prices. We quote:
Ordinary sizes $l3 50(5,17 00
Difficult sizes ltl 00@31 50
Flooring boards M "05;, 20,50
Slmjstulf 18 50@3150
Timber—Market dull aud nominal. We
700 feet average $ 9 00®11 00
800 “ “ 10 OH/, 1100
900 “ “ 1100@13 00
1,000 “ “ 13 00:514 00
Shipping timber in the raft—
-700 feet average $ 000(5 7 00
800 “ “ Jfti® 800
900 “ “ 8 00(5 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00(510 00
Mill timber $1 below r these figures.
Lumber—By Sail—Vessels are coming in
more freely" for coastwise business, but the
demand is active and ready business offering.
The rates are firm at quotations.
Freight limits are from $5 to $0 35 from
this and the near Georgia ports to the Chesa
peake ports, Philadelphia, New York, Sound
ports and eastward. Timber, 50c@,$l higher
than lumber rates. To the West Indies and
windward, nominal; to South America, sl3® 14;
to Spanish and Mediterranean ports, $11(512;
to United Kingdom for orders, timber, 37(g,385;
lumber, £8 15s. Steam To New York, $7; to
Philadelphia, $7; to Boston, $9.
Naval Stores—Dull. Foreign—Cork, etc.,
for orders, 3s lOjgi, an", or 4s; Adriatic, rosin. 3s;
Genoa, rosin, 3s lOjgjd. Coastwise—Steam—To
Boston. 50c on rosin, $1 oa spirits; to New York,
rosin, 50c, spirits, 80c: to Philadelphia, rosin,
30c, spirits, 80c; to Baltimore, rosin, 34c, spirits,
Cotton—By Steam—The market is steady;
offering tonnage in good supply.
Liverpool via New York 39 It. 5-l(ki
Liverpool via Baltimore ty 1b jAd
Antwerp via New York B kid
Havre via New York ff. aic
Bremen via New’ York 19 ib 11-llie
Reval via New York $ lb 11-33d
Bremen via Baltimore 14 lb fyp
Amsterdam via New York 14 lb 65c
Genoa via New York 39 lb %1
Boston 59 bale 1 'l5
Sea Island 59 bale 1 75
New York 59 bale 1 35
Sea Island fk bale 1 35
Philadelphia w bale 1 85
Sea Island bale 185
Baltimore 19 bale 1 35
Providence 39 bale 1 50
New York 11 barrel 60
Philadelphia 39 barrel 60
Baltimore 39 barrel 60
Boston 39 barrel <lO
Vegetables -By Steam—<By special contract)
—To New York, Philadelphia. Boston aud Balti
more, standard crates, 30e; barrels, 40c. With
out the contract, crates, 35c; barrels, 75c.
Grown fowls 3? pair $ 65 @ 80
Chickens, jij to grown 40 (ic, (SO
Ducks per pair 50 (it. 75
Geese u pair 75 @.l 00
Turkeys |) pair 1 35 @3 0)
Eggs, country, 39 dozen 13 it 13
Peanuts--Fancy h. p. Va.. 39 lb.. @
Peanuts—Hand picked 39 lb <§i 5^6
Peanuts—Ga. 39 bushel, nominal. 75 (,c 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. redr. C bush. 50 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams 3' bush (15 (ft, 75
Sweet pot’s, white yams 34 bush. 40 (a 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy:
demand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown in good request. Eons—Market Irregu
lar. with a fair demand: supply good. Peanuts—
Ample stock; demand fair; market firm and
advancing. Suoar -Georgia and Florida nomi
nal; none in market. Homey—No demand,
nominal. Sweet Potatoes-Scarce; receipts
very light; demand good.
MARKETS BY T^LEgEAPH.
London, April 27, noon.— Consols 102 7-1 G for
money. 102)4 for Account.
New York, April 2?.—Stocks quiet hut steady.
Mouoy easy at i>er cent. Exchange lorn;
§4 Ml' jtrt t ht%. short $1 HHfji.4 KSVj. State bond*
neglected. Government Itonds dull but steady.
5 p. in.—Exchange dull but linn at $1 87®
4 811. Money easy at :id per cent., closing at
4 jM‘i' cent. Sub-Treasury bilaness -Gold.
$141.11.12,0rth: ouri-ency. $1.1,404,000. Governincnt
bonds dull but steady; four per cents. IVO-Ho
throe |h*i- cents. liX). State bonds dull but
Tho stock market took Another turn to-dAy,
and with the exception of a short period ill the
early morning was steady to firm throughout,
although the general list was sluggish and tor
the most part featureless. London had orders
to buy at tho opening, and the lietter tone of
Kurniieu.il boursos, with more paoiDc advicos,
made this market strong at first There was no
pressure to nidi except in Jersey Central. Now
England and Klebinond and West Point, each of
whi-di record -1 it material decline. Trader 1 !,
however, soon began to cover, and a moderately
tii-iii tone war, imparted to speculation, though
tile market then bees me dull. ID-avy covering
of shorts was indulged ia after the delivery
hour, and the mark and was stronger at the e|os -
than at any previous time during th day.
Heading anil Isn-kuw-idii i were active and Drill,
while .leiney Central wits weak. Ismisvlllc and
Nashville won the feature, and after Uni early
iles-liin- Dim. Western Union whs somewhat
erratic in its movement>i, and Is at present
rather an enigma to the stive* ITioes at the
opening ranged from t, i * |im; eeul. üb've
lust night's figures fm ia* gi',ii-rll list, hut New
England was up-If nisi lamisvilie and Nashville
'•, ism' cei,i <isi. ■.. bus vsr. uiurked the
eriy trading, and ac I Central, New f.ngloil-1
aud Itndim Old Mild Wesl /' .lilt broke badly,
lln High lb** ivin/iuwir l*s*t fnictions only,
tief m,ou U-iiuc very lame The decline was
cins i-.i-l is-fi-re tic- end of the first hour, an-l
ttw -uai led I r-'lcl -town. TUe volunie ot Inis,
ness allowing Heady d,s.-re*e until the loot
liour, ibougii alow but Htendy aMMWtatlofl of
values o,s j.i.i-e ’Vs-i-lcl eirenmh was shown
jfi s►/>!s uf \h** uaJ in Uw tos* toHtf
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THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1887.
was active and strong at or near the best figures
of the day. The total business was 382,000
shares. The active list, almost without
exception, is higher this evening, several stocks
for 1 par cent, and more and others for fractional
amounts. The following are the closing quota
Ala. class A,2 to 5.103>i New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B, V 11214 eifle. Ist inort. 78
Georgia 7s, mort. .10* N. V Onti*al .. .113
N. Caronr.a Os 12314 Norf. &W. pref. 513^
N. Carolina 45.... 98 Nor. Pacific 29^
So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref... (314.1
consols 1091*2 Pacific Mail .554
Tennessee 6s 7G’~j Reading 44 7^<
Viiginiafis 19 Richmond & Ale.. big
Va. consolidated. 52 Richmond a Danvlso
Ch'peak** & Ohio 7 ; G Richm'd AW. Pt.
Chic. & Nort.Uw’u.lJkVjJ Terminal 39
** preferred. 1.50 Rrxk Island 126
Dela., Lack & W.. 137 St. Paul 91
Erie T)i*efei*red. MIM^
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific 30b*
new st<x*k 13V4 Tenn. (Vwtl & Iron. 41
lake Shore 95> s Union Pacific. .. 6134
L'ville & Nash N. .1. Central. . 79Us
Memphis & Char 59 Missouri Pacific.. 107*a
Mifhile & Ohio 10 Western Union... 70^
Nash. & ChatUa.. 82L4 CottouOilTrust cer
Liverpool, April 2i. noon.—Business mode
rate at unchanged prices; middling uplands
•5 9-iOd, middling Orleans 5%d: siiles 8,000 bales,
for speculation and export 1.000 bales; receipts
5,300 bales —a 11 Ame ri(!an.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, April
delivery 5 35 64*1, May and .1 une 5 2 i-04*l. June and
August and Sctptember 5 43-64d. Market quiet.
The tenders o. deliveries at to-day’s clearings
amounted to 100 Uiles new docket and ioO bales
2p. m.—The sales of American to-day were
Futures —Uplands, low middling clause. April
delivery 5 30-04 U, sellers; April ami May 5 36-6ld,
sellers; May and June .5 36-01d. sellers: June
and .)ul} r 5 3S-04d, sellere; July and AngJist
5 40-64d, sellers; August and September 5 42-6 Id,
sellers; September ami October 5 30-oid, sell
(*rs; October and November 5 27-6-M. value;
September 5 43-64d. sellers. Mark**; dull.
4:00 p. m.—Futures: Uplands, low middling
clause, April deliveiy 5 37-(S4d, sellers; April and
May 5 37-0-hl, sellers; May ami June 5 37-04d,
sellers: June and July 5 39-64t1. sellers: July and
August 5 41-61d. sellers: August ami Septmaber
5 43-0-kl, sellere; Sept cm ler and *. October 5 37-64d,
sellere; Octolnr and November .5 28-Old, value;
September 5 41-Old, sellers. Futures closed
quiet but steady.
Manchester, April 27. The Guardian's com
mercial article says: “The market is unsatis
factory to producers, who make little progress
at anything like regular current rates, which
are not sufficient to yield a profitable margin.
Neither have buyers reason to congratulate
themselves upon the results of their work. The
recent rise in prices was not followed, except in
a few* sections by corresponding improvement
in distributing markets. Transactions, there
fore, steadily lessened as quotations advanced.
The effect on the India department is seen in the
expiration of orders and the desire of manufac
turers for fresh contracts. In v. few eases they
are willing to accept very low prices. Most
manufacturers, however, in view of the unprofit
ableness of the present margin, prefer rather to
go without orders than to accept the unsatisfac
tory offers available. Export yarns were 111
poor demand in all markets. The home inquiry
has not improved; the prospects of spinners are
consequently discouraging, and they fear they
will be unable to resist a further fall. Cloth is
quiet. Eastern flections are fiat. Best shirtings
are steady, but trade is slow*. The finer reeds of
printing and other finishing cloths arc firm.
Low'd* reeds are easier. There will be a practi
cal suspension of business Friday. May 3, on oc
casion of the visit of the Prince of Wales. Mon
day will be observed ns market day.’ 1
New York, April 27. noon.—Cotton opened
firm; middling uplands lo}fte, middling Or
leans 10 13-16 c: sales 173 bales.
Futures—Marker quiet but firm, with sales as
follows: April delivery 10 54c, May 10 47c. June
10 56c, July 10 63c, August 10 69c. September
5:00 p. m.—Market closed firm; middling up
lands l0)$c. middling Orleans 10 13-16 c; sales to
dav 104 bales; net receipts bales, gross 2,100
Futures—Market closed steady, with sales of
79.400 bales, as follows: April delivery 10
10 62c, May 10 51 rg. 10 52c, June 10 58® 10 5Je,
July 10 65c, August 10 71 dj .lo 72c, September
10 38'F/10 40c, December 9 85@i) 86c, January
9 90® 9 81c.
Green & Co.'s reDOrt on cotton futures says:
“The option market has ruled firmer, with an
advance of 7@9 points at onetime shown, but
afterward somew hat modified, closing steady at
4®5 points above last evening. Considerable
disappoint ment over tb** small issue of notices
created a demand for May here, assisted by a
run of orders from New Orleans as the outcome
of similar conditions there, and that was the
main stimulus. There was, however, some oif
set in the offering of late months, and when
August reached the neighborhood of 10 7.5 c, the
supply came out so freely as to cause the re
action before noted.”
Galveston, April 27.—Cotton quiet; middling
l(%c; net receipts 41 bales, gross 41; sales
none; stock 12,251 bales; exports, coastwise
Norfolk, April 27.—Cotton firm; middling
net receipts 349 bales, gross 349: sales 59
bales; stock 9,729 bales; exports, coastwise 379
Baltimore, April 27.—Cotton firm: middling
10%e; net receipts non**, gross 2 bales; sales
none: stock 5,875 bales.
Boston, April 27.—Cotton steady; middling
10%c; net receipts 84 bales, gross 217: sales
none; stock none; exports, to Great Briain 1,351
Wilmington, April 27.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 10-ifce; net receipts 15-bales, gross 15; sales
none: stock 2.265 bales.
Philadelphia, April 27.—Cotton ffuiet; mid
dling lOKc; net receipts 24 bales, gross 70; stock
New Orleans, April 27.—-Cotton strong; mid
dling 10 3-16 c; net receipts 1.949 bales, gross 1,9 49;
sales 8,000 !>..!•• : stock 141,896 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 5,220 bales, coastwise 1.407.
Molilk, April 27. —Cotton nominal; middling
10V'*; net receipts 1 bale, gross 3; sales none;
stock 3,032 bales.
Memphis. April 27.—Cotton quiet but steady;
middling l(%c; receipts 143 bales; shipments
648 bales; sales 250 bates: stock 26,981 bales.
Augusta. April 27.—Cotton quiet; middling
10t£c: receipts !1 3 bales; sales 97 bales.
Charleston. April 27. Cotton quiet but firm;
middling 10’.;e: nota-eceipts 145 bales, gross 145;
sales none; stock 1..14 bales.
Atlanta, April 27.—Cotton—middling 10c; re
ceipts 49 bales.
New York, Avail 27.—Consolidated net re
ceipts for all cotton ports to-day 8,361 bales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 0.771 bales, to the conti
nent 690; stock at all American ports 246.233
provisions, okoceries, etc.
Liverpool, April 27. noon.—Wheat firm: de
mand fair: holders of or sparingly; No. 1 Cali
fornia Hkw/bs Id; red Wirstcrn 7s lAitf* 3d. Corn
quiet but steady: demand [hxi: - .
New Yorx, April 27. noon.—Flour quiet but
steady. Wheal, lower. Com lower. Pork firm;
mess' s!fl .sig.l7 00. Lard steady at $7 4B)s.
s:ou p. in.- Southern flour quiet but firm; com
mon iu fair extra S* 40. good to cl.jicc 8-i l' ( v)
5 25. Wheat. No. ivd. April delivery tWMf-fc
98 11-llic, May 933494 c. June 98 !-16c. Corn )fttf
)(C and options ' F' : l lower, closing heavy
with less doing: No. 2. .May deliveiy 48'sj®
June 43)41(5. is 13 Hk’. Oats a shade lower ana
No. 2, April delivery 3i l £C, May and J une 34 b, (e,
34)sc. lloj*. (juiet and aijoni steady; state 7i,
20c. Coffee, fair Rio firm ut lOKc; options
higher and fairly active; No. 7 Kin. April deliv
ery 14 uOOf.U 55'. May 1 f !KV&IS 06e. June 15 20®
15 25c Sugar quiet but steady: refiued quiet.
Molasses steady; 50test lilbjC Cotton sued oil
—31((i,32c for crude. 3i )e ,j,3'Jc for reliuesl. Hides
quiet: wet salted N'e Orleans sulectod. 15 to Od
pounds, ut^'fi.iiJc: Texas, selected. 51 to 60
pounds, in * Wool qui-t hut steady. Peek dull
and uuctu'nged; mess 01.41 7 25 ;,old, sl6 ,VJ
17 00 for new. Beef dull. Beef hams steady
at s2l. Tierce iieef firm; city extra India mesa
8- 1 B;l 1 •*). Cut meats firm; pickled lieiie'K T-’s'i.
7Wc. Hams Jiiddles dull and iman
md. Lard llf f l'< poimr lower, heavy and irregu
lar; tVesp-i'll (earn, 97 2.5 ,/ 7 to arrive. May
delivery S-. llkp.i 2*l. June 57 261)1, i .19; city steam
97: refined 97 45 iiom the continent. Freights
uluou I liull. t
C'HU'Aoo. April 27. - The big wheat deal showed
evldoiux! of going to j ieoes to-day. ll ispisal
hit! that tlie scare over the possibility of a
squeeze In May delivery baa not entirely passed,
lull certainly free selling by tho bull clique
frightened (he growing class of small lioldcrs
and developed a panicky and uncertain feeling
in the pit Helling, wa very free throughout
the entire day. This woo especially true at the
opening, when offerings were very heavy. Tig'
starting price for May delivery was l(qc, out
values dr rpie and 017 so rapidly tint parties hav
ing snip orders to fill could not execute them
anywhere near the Until s givAn—it was not the
matter of iiiire. The trouble was to find buy
er*. Kveryissly was s**liing mid no one cared
lo buy, and pi le s dropp'd fiGiHje at u time.
Tile In.jvr—Sieu hot! gone out before the opening
that (die clique i.ere uleiiit to ssll, and for tho
llisa um nimuies there w as a serauitiie to realize
set loiu witnessed oil tho Kx* iiaiig-*. May do
eliiiml 21 qc pi H2c, while Julie di eluvst lo aod
July ■i|i‘ During the e* Ip-ne-’i'. day divqqs I
|o Dqe la'low .June, tlmugli lids |fseuimn was
uiiliM'(|tieiit 1/ nat rowed down again. Wlieu sell
In;; i*euM and pt small ux*'*ut ujs rutt*rs Itviiii bj
etuujmr 1 notes, ami tqey came Pi tie* euieluMtoo
lliat some of lie* firms identified with Him eii.pi.*
null itoegb' very iiwli of Ju r aiul this nauMul
a firmer I. oUiig May ivliziiv I J*y‘. Jun.
and July In Um'mftsrn.smi. lioweter. illng
sip ■ n. of a tuarM d**. iq.'ion and '!iy
dnazf*ai bi a 1 'p■, aiul cPwvd tor the day at as* .
or * 4 lower 1 orn yiotrc-ia*. June t lower Mini
Juij „if) lower 41 w.t fowod dltfi 'sk to MUM
lyac M*e i*y'* oiereairooe teit Dim trrvai*'*4 lei
Hof appearod to bo that tho clinquo intended to
shift the load of cum-ins " heat to June on other
parties, relieving the fear in a measure of a May
“corner C.leurinvs from the seuiioarti were
170,000 Imslieis. The amount of wheat on oooan
passage increased bushels. Fhe we.Lk
ness in wheat wasrellectod in corn, and through
out the day speculative offeriiiKS wei-e free,
causing a decline of the market dosing;
at uearlv inside tprures. Receipts were leas tiiau
usual, and estimated arrivals for tomorrow are
also small. Oats were weak, ami prices declined
‘jc under very free speculative offerings. Mess
pork was uuolianged. There was a strong press
ure to sell laid, and prices broke off -.Me, closing
at inside figures. Short ril> des-liiicd Cl 'Be•
and closed at the lowest prices of the day.
The following were the cash (mutations:
Wheat, No. J spring BtUttßlV : N<>- spring
7t.ji.7Bc: No. 'J rcu rIl-y ''(.rl■>,!' Cons. No. 't. Sr ; t 4 e.
Oats, No. 2, ttftijc. Mess pork fan 50. 1 jird *0 ,v>.
Short rib sides, loose. $. 50. Dry salted shoul
decs, boxed, fl> 00-0,0 10: short clear sides, boxed
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
April delivery.. 88M BHW §1))
May delivery Wvj ■ k d'i 88)4
July delivery 82)5 88)J 82^,
April delivery.. 38)6 88)6 37')
May delivery 8836 ht-Is 38
April delivery... 2794 G
May deliver 1 - ... 28)r
July delivery... 21I)r SO
April delivery. S2O 50 .... ....
May delivery. 20 75 ....
J une delivery... 20 75 .... ....
April delivery .$7 02)4 $7 OS’s 85
Olay delivery 7 02tJ 7 02M4 0 85
Ju-.ie delivery... 7 720 7 02)v
April delivery .$7 85 $7 B 557 SO
May delivery.... 7 63 7 05 7 50
June delivery... 7 87)6 7 87)6 770
Baltimore, April 27. —Flour firm hut dull:
Howard street and Western superfine $2 50®
:l 10, extra $3 2S<f#B 75, family $3K>( 4 50, city
mills superfine $2 50(23 00. extra $3 2o((/ 3 75. Rio
quiet; red 02g£l)5c, a-.nberOOfa.iltlc: No. t Mary
land 95c bid; Western higher: No. 2 Western
winter red, on spot and April delivery 93c bid.
Com—Southern higher; white 4"> 7 snc. yellow
48fi,.19)6c: Western steady but quiet.
Sr. Louis. April 27.—Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat firm and %c. higher; a sharp
Chicago weakened the market for a time, but
tin- close was firm, with May hie and June
higher; No. 2 mi, cosh May delivery 81 (q>
••>B|Sm', June closed at Corn.
May delivery active, closing !4e higher: all else
dull and lower; cash 35U'e.35VMC- May delivery
:i'i 1 4 ---r :>V..c, Julv 36)4@36)i>c, closed at 36! p-.
Oats, May delivery weak and lower, other op
ticus steady; cash 28-to. May delivery 21 'V„u
273,0. Whisky steady at $1 13. Provisions dull
aha lower. Pork, old mess irregular at sls 00:
new sl6 60. I,ards6ts.>. Dry salt meats- boxed
long clear 75, clear ribs Si 872t5, short clear
SB. Bacon—shoulders $6 12,Mj:3;6 25. long clear
$8 25(3.8 87*4 clear ribs $8 25g?,8 50, short clear
$8 60$ 8 67)6.
New Orleans, April 27.—Coffee strong and
higher: Rio cargoes, common to prime, 73!50.
Cotton seed products dull and nominal; prime
crude oil 27c, summer yellow oil offered at 36)4
(ioikie. Sugar quiet but steady; Louisiana o[icn
kettle, good common to fair 4)ss64flc; Louis
iana centrifugals, prime yellow clarified 5 7-16 e.
Molasses quiet but steady; 'Louisiana centrifu
gals, strictly prime to fancy fair to
good prime 22@25c.
Cincinnati, April 27.—Flour in good demand.
Wheat firmer; No. 2 red, 83c. Corn firmer; No.
2 mixed ll)c. Oats weaker; No. 2 mixed. 30c.
Pork weak at sl6 25. Lard heavy at $6 Bb(if,7 00.
Bulk meats dull; short ribs $7 70. Bacon firm;
short ribs $8 75, short clear $9. Whisky steady
at $1 13. Hogs quiet and easy.
Louisville. April 27.—Grain quiet: Wheat,
No. 2 red 82e C‘>ru. No. 2, mixed 42'. Oats,
No. 2,31 c. Provisions closed quiet: Bacon,
clear rib sides $8 62)6, shoulders $6 62>y.
Hulk meats, clear rib sides $3, clear sides
$8 25; shoulders $.5 75. Moss pork nominal.
Hams, sugar-cured sll 75©12 50. Lard, choice
leaf $8 25. j, 3 50.
Liverpool, April 27, noon.—Spirits turpentine
29s 3d. Rosin, common 3s 4)4d
New York, April 27, noon.—Spirits turpentine
dull at 88c. RoSlti dull at $122)4@1 ‘27t3
S:UO p. m.—Spirits turpentine steady at 88®
Sfi'qc. Rosin firm at $) 22V.(A1 27U.
Charleston, April 27.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 34c. Rosin, good strained 85c.
WiImiNOTON. April 27.—Spirits turpentine
firm at 83640. Rosin steady; strained 80c, good
strained 85c. Tar firm at $i 25. Crude turpen
tine firm; hard $1 30, yellow dip and virgin
New Youk, April 27.—Rica firm and in
New Orleans, April 27. —Riee quiet; Louis
iana, ordinary to prime 3'ki3r.4)^o.
Fruit and Vegetable Market.
The following specials to the Morning News
a-e publishtvl for 1 !i'‘ benefit of our Florida and
Georgia readers and those interested in fruits
and vegetables, and can bo relied upon as accu
rate and reliable:
Cincinnati. April 27.—Strawberries, 25@30c
per quart; cabbage, $3 50per crate.
John O. Moore & Cos.
New York, April 27.—The Savannah cabbage
via to-day's steamer sold at $4 00 per barrel:
marrow peas. $.! 00 jx'r crate: small. $2 00(3;2 50
l>er crate; choice beans, $3 00@ 150 jier crate:
strawl strides, 3041-500' p.,-r crate. Florida pro
duce in good condition sold at good prices.
G. S. Palmer.
MINIATURE ALM AN AC—THIS DAyU
Son Risks 5:19
Sun Sets 6:36
High Water at Savannah. . .11:32 am 12;00 m
Thursday, April 28, 1888.
Bark Gylier (Nor), Halvorsen, Rotterdam—
Strachau & Cos.
Schr Annie .$ Connant. Blatchford, Boston—
Jos A Roberts & Cos.
Schr Elwood Burton. Warrington, Pliiladel
phia —Jus A Rolierts A Cos.
Schr Maggie J Ijnvreuce, Grace, Darien, In
ballast, to load for Rhiludelpitia- Jos A Rolierts
Steamer Katie, Bevill, Augusta and way land
ings—J G Medloclt, Manager.
Bark Mercator (Nor). Wilmington, N C.
Schr Henry I’Simmons, Darien.
Schr Kate V Altken, Brunswick.
Fernan lina. April 27 - Arrived and cleared to
return, steamer State of Texas, Williams. New
Cleared, schrs John W Tinguc, Budge, Rich
mond; Tamos, .’Joule, New Ixindon.
New York, April 2.5 - Arrived, schr* Mos.es B
Bramlial). Woodhull, Fernandina: RcUe, illake.
Jacksonville: Willie L Newton, Combs. Fauns
wick; Thomas 1* Ball. Ryder, Savannah; Job H
Jackson. Lewis, Do boy
i’RSsel through iti il Gate bound east, schr
Effle J Simmons, Bulger, Fernandina for New
Cleared, schr D D Haskell, Haskell, Key West
Bristol, April 35—Arrived, bark Camplx-li
(Nor), Simmons. Pensacola.
Beocliy Head, Ai>ril 21 Passed, bnrk Marianna
Bertha (tier), Peitsch, Savannah for West Har
Dungeness. April 23-Passed, bark Jno Black
(Bri, Ste ens. Pensacola (or Delfxyl,
Hull, April 25—Arrived, steamship It F Mat
thews (Brh IlofT. Coosnw. S C.
Kmsale, April 21 -Passed, liark Sjomaudeu
(Non, l.undc, Saiummli for Belfast.
Liverpool, April 33- Arrived, bark Nora (Nor),
Andersen, Brunswick, I in
New Castle. E, April 24 Arrived, bark Dygden
(Bus), Ektnnu. Darien.
Reval, A)inl 18 - Arrived, bark Moland (Nori,
Omundseti, Suvuim ib; 21st, steamship Eglan
tine (Hr), (iriinwade. do.
Hottardam. April 23 Arrived, iMirk I/'onida
(Kali, Trafionl. Savui'iiab
Sharpness. Aiirli -1 -Arrived, Itark Agatha
(Nor). Hansen, Pensacola
Sciiiy, April 24 -Passed, brig Freden (Nor),
Langaker, Apaliwbicola for——.
Asplnw.dl, April 9—Arrived, sclir Ada Bailey,
Sailed, tstrk Royal Tar (llr), Johnson. Peusa
Havana, April 21 Sailed, acbr L A Edwards,
Boston, April J> Arrived, schr Jennie S Sin
clair. Ht Simons, G.
Ciuared, schr Agues I"Grao*, Haavev, I‘rusa
iimruiwink, April 18 Arrived, sclirs Sarah l
Kell, lsivehttel, Baltimore; 2BiJ, Nellie H Picket
lag, Mi Keene, New York
Cleaivd glut, w lir Mcawnger, Faiker. Iloatou
Hill River, April lb Hailed, stmt* New cast 1-5
City (firi, Adame, iymdou, back Matwl (Rri,
Italh. Me, April <5-Arrived, mkr K H Cornell,
Crie'ker. iMricn, (ia.
Ilerteu. A pell 23 4 Reared, win a 1 arrta' A Not
■va. Holgeoti. New York, giella M Kenyisi. Wil
liaius, do; kCkb bark Hoperb illeri, Fruiul',
tWlku uium April % * 7-sued, win Ktomsss
iPdWIW MkLi'4. isl .bpni'niet
Jacksonville. April 25 Cleared, stmr City of
Monticelio, Creaser, Curacoa; sohrs Henry N
Clark, Haig. Bermuda; John S Davis, Grvon,
Albany, N Y.
Key West, April 25- Arrived, stmr Maecotte,
New Haven, April 23 Arrived, schr Robert
Moreau, Crosslev Doboy.
Pensacola. April 23 Arrived, barks Rainbow
(Bn, liisily. Cardiff; 23th, Due Cognati (Ital),
Rozgo, 1/eshorn; Providenza K (ttnl), Razeto,
Cleared doth, barks Alonte A (Itali, Pussalazna,
Newport: Unione (Doll, Pereollft, Genoa.
Port Rural, S C. April 25 Arrived stmr Ros
send Castle ■ Hr), Richards. Baltimore.
Philadelphia. April 25 Arrived, selirs Robt J
Harr. Ireland. Brunswick; Three Sisters, Simp
son, St Simons; bark Altfunalia, Pray, Darien,
Satilla River, Gn, April 21 Arrived, schr Mora
Condon, French, Philadelphia.
Ninevard Haven, April 23 Arrived, sohr King
Dove. Uarston, Rockland for St Augustine ami
New York. April 27—Arrived, strars Nevada
and Italy, Liverpool.
Angleseu, N J, April 25 Schr Emily F Nor
tham, from Norfolk for Now York, before re
ported ashore on Seven Mile Beach,will is* float
Morehead City, N C, April 25—The U 8 light
house and buoy tender Laurel, Capt Cosy >ve.
from Key West bound for Now York, line put in
here for repairs. She blew a hole in her boiler
o(T: .ndiivro. ami was detained twelve hourß in
pa telling ui) and repairing. Had very heavy
weather all lie way and the barometer was
lower than l'apt Cosgrove had seen it in t hree
New York, April 25—Schr Job II Jackson,
Lewis, Darien, (la. for New Haven, with yellow
pine, reports while coming through Hell Gate
struck oil the leilgo oil the west side of black
well's i' ’and, causing vessel to leak 1 foot an
hour. The Jackson is now alongside the City
Island wharf and will have a steam pump to
keep her free until she gets to destination. She
is half full of water.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, April
27- 7 bills spirits turpentine. 13 bills flour, 2 cars
guano, 53 caddies tobacco, 2 bales hides, and
IVr Savannan. Florida and Western Railway,
April 27 -1 bales cot ten, 15 cars lumber. 1 car
laths, n cars wood. I car shingles. I ear cattle, 12
cars coal, 230 bills spirits turpentine. 12 pieces
beef, 1.088 bbls rosin, 12 bales hides, 373 bhls
vegetables, 4,025 boxes vegetables, 4 bbls or
anges. 1,303 boxes oranges, 1 beer wagon, and
Per Centra! Railroad. April 27—26th, 255 bales
and 27th 41. b. lcs cotton, 13 hales yarn. 1 pkgs
paper, 131 bales domestics, 4 bales hides, 20 pkgs
tobacco, 20 rolls leather, 23.100 lbs bacon, 186
bills rosin. ISO bhls spirits t urpentine, 25 lbs fruit,
413 bales hay, 12 bbls whisky, 25 lit bbls whisky,
179 pkgs furniture and h h goods, 25 bbls flour, 1
cow, 27 ears lumber, 1 car wood, 119 pkgs mdse,
23 pkgs wood in shape 6 tons pig iron, 39 pkgs
vegetables, 1 pkg wax, 25 bales paper stock, 1
car poultry, 3 pkgs plows, 6 pkgs empties, 10
pkgs hardware, 23 bales plaids, i5 cases eggs.
Per bark Gylier (Nor), for Rotterdam—3,3oo
bbls rosin, weighing 1,485.955 pounds; 3,024 white
oak staves Paterson, Downing A: Cos.
Per sehr Annie SConnant. for 805t0n—.322,744
feet p p lumber—Stillwell, Pike A Miller.
Per schr Elivood Burton, for Philadelphia—
-292,153 feet p p lumber—J K Clarke & Cos.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railwav, April
27-Fordg Office, M.l Doyle, A J Miller & Cos, O
Derst, Lilieutbal & Son, ltieser A S, Mell 4 H,B
T Roberts, H Myers A Bros. J P Williams A Cos,
D II Lester, Freeman & O, S C Windley.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway.
April 27—Transfer Office. W \Y Gordon A Cos. P
Pl enty. Reiipard A Cos, G Eckstein A Cos, Frier
son A Cos, Dili", DA" Cos, McDonough A Cos. J V
Denton. Mein hard Bros A Cos, Bacon, J A Cos, A
A Aveilhe. A Hauler. W D Slmklna A Cos, .IF
Lamb. K W Branch, F B Irons, IT Myers A Bros,
C Kolshoni A Bro. J C Bruyn. A Ehrlich A Bro,
A Leffier, J Copeland, L 8 Newton. J II Baker,
Lee Roy Myers A Cos, Einstein A 1,, J M Jerkins,
Jjpuman Bros, Savannah Steam Bakery, Geo 1)
Hodges. A H Champion. Peacock, II A Cos, Dr D
Cot, A D Thompson. F.lhs, V A Cos, T M Keller,
G Myer A Cos. W W Chisholm, Baldwin A Cos, H
H Lewis, J P Williams A Cos, C L Jones, E T
Per Centra! Railroad. April 27—Forde Agt,
W W Gordon A Cos, II M Comer A Cos, A B Hull,
Montague A Cos, J R Collins A Cos, Herman A K,
T P Bond A Cos, H Myers A Bros, M Ferat A Cos,
D 1) Arden. Solomons A Cos, A Ehrlich A Bro, P
Cohen, Bond, if A R, Freeman A G. Jno Scldey,
R D Walker. Meinliard Bros A Cos, II 51 Walker.
Lee Roy Myers A Cos, S Guekenheimer A Son, F
II Thompson, Teeple A Cos. Rinser AS, Pers.se A
L. I Epstein A Bro, Kckman A V, Frank A Cos,
W B Mell A Cos. S KronskoiT, J P Williams A Cos,
Peacock, H A Cos. ff C Jackson, S C Blooworth,
Stillwell, p A M, Baldwin A Cos, Slater, 51 A Cos.
B Rothwell. McMillan Bros, Ludden A B, 1) R
Kennedy, Weed A C,
DakiklMa.vmino, P’t. Conrad N. Jordan, V.P't.
THE WESTERN NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Nrcw York, April 14, 1387.
I PREPARATORY to opening this tank for
business at its rooms in tho Equitable Build
ing, m the City of New York, on Tuesday, May
10. 1387, its Board of Directors has this day
culled hi the balance due on the capital stock,
95 per cent., payable oil Monday, May 2, 18137.
F. BLANKENHORN, Cashier.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - i? 50,000
r P PANS ACT a regular banking business. Give
1 iiarUcular attention to Merida collections.
Correspondence solicited Issue Exchange <m
New York. New Orleans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Fla. Resident Agents for Coutta A Go.
and Melville, Evans A Cos., of I/mdon, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
\. Is. hartridgET
BUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
of Stock* and Bonds.
Negol ia**s loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations furnished by private
(fcker every fifteen minutes.
WJI. T. WILLIAMS. W. CVMXINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
OP.DERS EXECUTED on tho New York, Chi
cago and Llvei-pool Exchanges.
If COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
I Mm ! Winery!
Cheap and flood and Easy Terms.
| KKiHTHORsI'. POWER HORIZONTAL
•t IT UK BdX BOILERS (new).
l Fifteen-Horse Bower (second-hand) Return
1 Fifty-Hone* Power (new) Return Tubular
2Thirty-Horae Power (new) Return Tubular
1 rwent.y-flve-Hor*o Power (new) Return
2 Twelve Horse Power Horizontal Centre
Crank Engines, on sills (new).
2 Eight Hore- power Horizontal Slue Crank
Engine*, on sills Utew i
l Light llor.' Prsoi -second hand) Horizontal
Bide (’lank Engine, dr whi*-l*.
I Six lions- Power Horizontal Bide Crouk Kn
glues, on wheel* mew).
it Ml* Horse Power Horizontal Hide Crank En
gine*. on sills (new),
Also, Circular Miw Mills. Haws, Belling, ldpe
and Filling*, Brass Hoods, Inspirators, etc. Ad
Schofield’s Iron Works,
4 VERB' CHERRY PECTORAL. Jayne * Ka
1\ pn lorant. Hale e lion- > sod Tar. /loach**'*
tier man M>rup, Pull * Cough Syrup, Pkau's Cura,
tft'M. AND COJHI REEK K.'TtF-ITIC
X O W II E AD Y
liIHOTH -MILLINERY HOUSE,
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY,
COMPRISING ALL THE NOVELTIES.
Ten Thousand Straw and Fancy Braid Hats, from the
cheapest to tho very finest quality, in every color and iq
every shape for 1887.
Five Thousand School Hats in the most desirable shapes.
Fifteen Thousand pieces of Ribbon, comprising all the
latest importations and shades in Chartereuse, Nile Green,
Salmon Pink, Lilac and Heliotrope.
One Thousand cartons of Flowers. The choicest designs
from Paris importations, and comprising almost every flower
that blooms in the spring, and positively the finest goods eveiv
seen in this city. Our work rooms, in charge of fi've artist™
designers, turn out the most correct trimmed hats in the eityfl
at prices much below others. Our shelves and counters on thfl
three large floors are loaded with every variety of new milfl
nery goods. Our retailing on the first floor at wholesale pricdH
enables us to sell our goods far below any competition, anfl
ladies can now purchase their millinery at same price as cmJ|
petitors have to pay. We continue the sale of Ribbons at siurfl
prices as heretofore. Every steamer adds new novelties.
8, KROPSKOFF’S MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOPSI
Fl'liMTi HK AMM AItITIY I
~j AM 0I IY WA|
Jr LIMISAV & MORGANS
f eW raw
LATHS AND BHINOLO.
LATHS AND SHINGLES
No. 1 Cypress Laths, - $1 50 per 1,000
No. 2 Cypress Shingles, - $2 00 per 1,000
Vale Royal Store House,
BROUGHTON AND WEST BROAD STS.
(IKAIN AND raOTOIOM.
Me Cun, Hill Corn,
PEAS FOR PUNTING AND EATING,
Eating Potatoes, Florida Oranges, Messina
Oranges, Turdips and Onions.
Grain and Hay in Car Load Lots
AT LOW PRICES.
T. P. BOND & CO.,
I.T.T Hay Street.
FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN & PROVISION DEALER.
MEAL and (. RITS In white socks, and
J mill stiillf* of nil kinds always on hand
fieorgla raised APANmn fllANCTS.also PEAS,
any variety Hpeetal price* on large lota.
odlee, As Bar street Waieheuse, No. 4 Wad
ley street, on line C. R. R., Savannah, (la.
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W. I>. I)IX <) X .
U N DERTAKER
■IEZIJta IN *l.l. KINDS or
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
48 Bull street. Residence Ml Liberty street.
I'Ll MID It.
l. a. McCarthy,
Buemsaor U> ('has K Wakefield,
PLIMMiS and STEAM FITTER,
Ik Barnard straat. HAVANNAH, CIA.
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PAINTS AND OILS.
LLOYD & ADAMS,
SUCCESSORS TO A. B. COLLINS A CO.,
The Old Oliver Faint and Oil Houe,
WILL keen a full line of Doors, Sash, Blinds
\\ and Builders’ Hardware, Paints, Oita,
Bteambiwit and Mill Supplies, Lime. Plaster,
Cement, etc. Window Glass a specialty. All
sizes and kinds of Packing. A large lot of odd
size Sash, Doors and Blinds mil he sold at a die
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 5, Whitaker St., Savannah, Ga.
JOHN G. BUTLER^
Ur HITE LEADS, COLORS, OILS, CLASH,
VARNISH, ETC.; READY MIXED
PAINTS; RAILROAD, STEAMER AND MILL
SUPPLIES, HASHES, DOORS, BLINDS AND
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE Hole Agent for
GEORGIA LIME, CALCINED PLASTER, CE
MENT, HAIR anil LAND PLASTER.
6 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia.
1865. CHIUS. MURPHY, 1865. ~
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting
NEATLY and with dispatch.
I j Paints, Oils, VarnißlieH, Brushes, Window
(I law*, etc., etc. Estimates furnished on ap
CORNER CONGRESS AND DRAYTON STS.,
Rear of Christ Church.
ELEC IKK BELTS.
This Belt or Rcgenera
ff SjVwtA mH T tor is made expi-emly
fol cure of derange-
W XfL CrFf y L¥l J 1 1 nenta of the generative
I, c VifJ rjir" *r /V I "guns A i ontluuou*
V\A-yyV ttJL i pii./ J (ream of K|.x tricity
\klL£_/ fOR" f■■ rumitlng thro’ the
* vw.Oji —"'"fce . muat •■ester*,
| */ 'hem to healthy act ion.
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lyli- (INI I wMI ' J-' trk Bell* ad
IIILIv UflLI vei tlae.l to cure utt 111*;
It U tor the o* siernrlr Muyx*. For full in
formation addree* CM LEVER El-K*T'KIO
BELT CO., KM Washington St , Chicago 111
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KIES LING’S NURSERY.
White* Bluil’ Hood.
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