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~~~ SAVANNAH MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, 1 !
Savannah, Ga.. May 2. 4p. m. )' j
Cotton— The market was quiet but very firm, i
n .„ total sales for the day were ouly 50 bales, j
L ft ,id after this daV until Sept. 1 the 10 a. m. |
a 4 p. w- calls will be discontinued on ’Change. \
in p m., at the first and only call of the day, !
~ . market was reported firm and unchanged,
rhe following are the official spot quotations of
ihe Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair.. 10 13-16
Xmhldlin* 10 9-16
jJow miudling l-16
Good ordinary 9 9-lb
Sea Island. —The market continues dull, but
ieadyand unchanged, with no sales. We quote:
Common Georgias and Fioridas 14 ©15)4
rmod medium G>kftMB
Comparative Cotton Statement. 1 1
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand May 2, 1887, and ,
for the Same Time Last Year. |;
! ISS6-87. 1885-86.
| Island. **! ftggt. -
Stock on hand Sept. 3 1,140 4.304> 551 3,2J8j
Received to-day. 211 .... 1,065
Received previously 27.291 704,818 j 23,189 < 51,659 1
Total 28,110 769,333 23,740 756,012,
F.xported Txvfltty 906) 100 i t74J oo^j
Exported previously \ 2G,890| 704,720; j 19,GC<1 728,162 j
| Total I _ 27.095. 761.821);, 19,841| 789. CTO j
1 Stock on hand and on ship i J r \ \
\ boux and this day 1,345; 4,013 t i 3,899i 2G.942.
Rick—The market was firm, with light of
fering The sales for the day were lid bar
rels at about quotations as follows:
“Try lots SO® 90
Tidewater 90© 1 10
Naval Stores— The market for spirits tur
cenline was very dull and nominal: nothing
duin’ and no sales. At the Board of Trade on
the opening call the market was reported dull
at 33c for regulars. At the closing call it was
dull at 38e for regulars. Rosin—'The market was
v er y firm, with a good inquiry for strained to
good strained, while the pale grades are some
what neglected. The sales for the day were
ai, ou t 800 barrels. At the Board of Trade on
the first call the market was reported firm for
H and below, and steady for I and above, at
the following quotations: A. B, C and D $1 10,
K *i 15. F $1 a). G $1 25, H $1 30, I $1 40, K
51 50 M SI 80. N $2 12J46J.2 15, window glass
52 50,’ water white $2 <5. At the closing call it
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Spirit s. Rosin.
Stock on hand April 1 2,54.3 77,408
Received to-day 1,049 1,978
Received previously 13.006 36,939
Total 16,598 116,325
Exported to-day 372 4,958
Exported previously 11,550 53,789
Total 11,022 58,740
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 4,676 57,579
Receipts same day last year 1,116 2,093
Financial— Money is in demand, but not so
tight as it has been.
Domestic Exchange Steady. Banks and
bankers are buying sight drafts at par and sell
ing at 14 per cent premium.
Foreign Exchange —The market is dull but
firm. Commercial demand. $4 87; sixty days.
$4 85)4: ninety days, $4 84)4; francs. Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 22)4; Swiss,
$5 23)4: marks, sixty days, 90.
Secvrities—The security market is rather
dull, and with the exception of a little business
doing in Central railroad stock and debentures,
Is somewhat inactive.
Stocks and Bonds— City Bonds —Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent, 104 bid, i 10 asked; Atlanta 7
per cent, 115 bid, 130 asked; Augusta 7 per cent,
105 bid, 112 asked; Augusta 6s, long, 108 bid.
, 110 asked; Columbus 5 per cent, 98 bid, 99
asked: Macon 6 per cent, 111 bid, 112 asked;
new Savannah 5 per cent, July coupons, 101
bid, 104)4 asked: neiv Savannah 5 per cent,
August coupons, 103% bid, 104)4 asked.
State Bonds —Market steady, with light sup
ply. Georgia new 6s, 1889, 103 bid, 104 asked;
Georgia new 4145, 106)4 bid, 107 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, coupons quarterly, 108)4 bid,
109)4 asked; Georgia 7 ]ier cent, coupous Jan
uary and July, maturity 1896, 122 bid, 121
Km I road Stocks— Central common. 123)4 bid.
1204 asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 136 bid. 137 asked: Georgia com
mon, 200 bid, 202 asked; Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 13144 bid, 132)6 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates, 108)4 bid. 104 asked;
Atlanta and West Point railroad stock, 112 bid,
113 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 per cent
certificates, 105 bid. lull asked. •
v Sait road Bond *—Market quiet. Savannah,
Honda and Western Railway Company general
biortgage 6 per cent interest, coupons October,
IH' bid, 112 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons January
1™ July, maturity 1897, 119 bid, 121 asked, Cen
tral consolidated mortgage 7 per cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 1893. 113)4 bid, 114
asked: Georgia railroad 6s, 1897, 108 bid, 110
asked; Mobile and Girard second mortgage in
dorsed s per cent, coupons January and July,
maturity 1889. 106 bid, 107 asked; Montgomery
Jim 1 Eutaula first mortgage 6 per cent, indorsed
ay Central railroad, 110 bid. 112 asked; Marietta
porth Georgia first mortgage 6 per cent,
, 1 bid. 10114 asked: Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta first mortgage. 112 bid, lIP asked;
taarlotte, Columbia and Augusta second mort
gage, 111)4 bid, 112)4 asked: Western Alabama
Monu mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, 107 bid,
: South Georgia and Florida indorsed,
““bid, 119 asked; South Georgia and Florida
second mortgage, 112 bid. 115 asked: Augusta
H? . oxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 103)4
k. .1 asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and
southern first mortgage guaranteed. 118 bid.
11 asked: Gainesville. Jefferson and Southern
tot guaranteed, 115 bid, 116 asked, Ocean Steam
n|p finer cent bonds guaranteed by Central
railroad, 105)4 bid. IUG asked; Gainesville, Jef
ierson and Southern second, mortgage guoran
wxt, 11.) bid, 116 asked; Columbus and Rome
bonds indorsed by Central rail
toad, 103 bid, 109 asked: Columbus and Western
guaranteed, 108)4 bid, 109 asked; City
JM buburban railway first mortgage 7 percent,
au bid, 110 asked.
Fnnk Stocks— -Nominal. Southern Bank of
btatc of Georgia, 195 bid. 200 asked; Mer-
TOints National Bank, 155 bid, 100 asked: Sa
iiiraah Rank and Trust Company, 91 bid, 95
/. ' tioual Bunk of Savannah. 117 bid.
1 as stocks— Savannah Gas Light stock. ex
. 21)4 bid, 22 asked; Mutual Gas Light
stock, 29 bid. 23 asked.
Bacon- Market steady: demand good: smoked
rib sides, 9)4c; shoulders, ' Wo; dry salted
icar rib sides, 814 c; long clear, B%c< shoulders,
w: hams. 12)4c.
Baogixo and Ties.— Market quiet. We quote:
• J. 9)4c; 2 .s, 8)4c; 1% lbs, 7)4c,
u'i.rjmg to brand and quantity. Iron ties
hr . ®bal Per bundle, according to
bin 1 * . quantity. Bagging and ties in re
kti lots a fract ion higher.
if ~1 l " J1; k - Market, steiuly: oleomargarine, 14a
jv' c “°iee Goshen, 18c; gilt edge 23c; creamery,
$2 75n8 00 per barrel; sup
"V light; demand good.
) orrEE- The market i strong and advancing,
‘l'tote fur small lots: Ordinary, 10c; fair,
(food, 17)4o choice, 18c; pea berry,
t’IEESE -Market higher nud advancing; good
6wmnd; stock light. Wo quote: llalse.
orieu 5 itu it- -Apples, evaporated, 13c; peeled,
peeled, 19c; tuipocled sa7c; cur
ra“t 8. Tc; citron, 25cl
f„}; RV , Gooub-JThe market is firm; business
h:,.L '**. Vote: Prints, tail: Georgia brown
im- tl/ d e; f-S do, 5)qC; 4-4 brown sheet
fee,’,- "W! while osnaburgs, Ba9c; checks,
yarns, 85c for best makes; brown drill
v* t3H--W(; quote full weights: Mackerel—
*l * WalO 00; No. 3, half barrels, $6 00a7 00;
-■ $7 soaB 50. Herring—No. 1,20 c; scaled,
K i cod, saBc. •
TUica—Market steady; demand moderate,
tiuofe: Superfine, $150; extra, $3“5al 00;
00 i choice patent, $5 25a5 75;
Itt jmly. $4 50a 1 (15
*|’ it — Lemons—Stock full and demand light.
’ Vote: $3 75u4 25. Oranges—Market fairly
, lly'ist; demand lighter; Fioridas, $3 5013 25.
, tw-'nrcM and poor; good shipping stock,
*V^ a - ,0 "P crbarrp| -
u*atx- Corn .Market steiuly; demand light.
I-,.® ‘Ptcht: White corn, Job lots, <13)40: carload
iJ, °H4o;mixe.l corn, Jon lots, 62c ;c.uload lots,
u Ui tidy; good demand. Wo ore e: I
sPxw! <ts, 46c; carload loU. 44c. Bran, $1 fts.
Aloaj, b2-jc; Georgia grist, j>er sack. Si 50; grist,
per busuel, 67Uc.
Hay—Market steaiiy, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote jou lots: Westeru. $1;
carload lots, 90it; Eastern, none; Northeru.
Hides, AVoot. Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry Hint. 13)4c: salted. Hide; dry
butcher, 9'-nr. Wool—Market nominal; prime
m bales, 27c: burrv. iOalac. Wax, 18e. Tallow,
3a4e. Deer skims, Hint, 2K-; .salted, lOe. Otter
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4>sasc; refined,
Lard—Market is steady; in tierces, 7*6c; 501 b
Lime, Calcined Blaster and Cament-Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand and is selling
at Sirs) per barrel; Georgia. $130; calciu-1
plaster. Si 85 per barrel; hair, sc; Roseudaic
cement, $1 50: Portland ceineut. $3.
Liqt'oas—Fuji stock; steady demand. Bour
bon, si 50a5 50: rye, $1,50a6 00; rectified. Si 00a
1 35. Ales unchanged and in good demand.
Nails Market firm. Fair de
mand. We quote: 3d. $4 00; 4d and sd. 33 35;
6d. S3 10; Bd, $2 So; lOd to 60d, S2 60 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds, Tarragona, 18a20e; Ivicas,
17al8c; walnuts. French, 12c; Naples. 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil. 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa, $5 25 per 10J.
Oii£—Market, firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9aloc: lard, 58c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white.
13S4e; neatsfoot. 65a90c; machinery, 25a30c;
linseed, raw, 47c; boiled, 50c; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18c; Uomelight, 18c.
Onions—Domestic, almost nominal; Northern
stock sprouty aud unreliable, $1 25 per crate;
barrels. S3 50: Bermuda orates, S2 50.
Potatoes Northern, $2 75a3U0 per barrel
new, S3 00a5 00.
Peas—Demand light; cow peas, mixed, 75a
80c; clay, $1 OOal 15; speckled, Si OOal 10; black
eye, $1 25al 50; white crowder, SI 50al 75.
Prunes—Turkish 5?4c; French Bc.
Raisins—Demand light; market steady; loose
new Muscatel, $2 00; layers, S2 00 per box; Lon
don layers, $2 50 per box.
Shot—Drop, $1 40; buck, $1 65.
Salt—The demand is moderate aud the mar
ket quiet; carload lots, 65c, fob; job lots.
Sugars- The market is steady; cut loaf, Gs6c;
standard A, 6)4c; extra C, 5We; C yellow, sc;
granulated, 6)40; powdered, 6\c.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia Syrups, 38a40c;
the market is quiet for sugarhouse at 33a40c;
Cuba straight goods, 28c iu hogsheads; sugar
house molasses, 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull, demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, 25ca$l 25: chewing, eoin
mou, sound, 25a30c: fair, 30a35c; medium, 3sa
50e; bright, 50a75c; fine fancy, 85a90e; extra
fine, 90ea$t 10; bright navies, 45a75e; dark
Lusiber—The demand from the West contin
ues good; coastwise and foreign inquiry is also
very active. Prices for average schedules are
firm at quotations, with some advance, while
difficult schedules cau only lie placed at con
siderably advanced prices. We quote:
Ordinary sizes §lB 500H7 00
Difficult sizes 10 oo@2l 50
Flooring boards 16 00@20 50
Sbipstutf 18 50® 21 50
Timber—Jlarket dull and nominal. We
700 feet average $ 9 00®11 00
800 “ “ 10 00® 11 00
900 “ “ 11(XI®12 00
1.000 “ “ 12 00®14 00
Shipping timber in thqraft—
-700 teet average $ 6 00® 7 00
800 “ “ 7 00@ 800
900 “ “ 8 00® 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00®10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Lumber—By Sail—There is a very scant sup
ply of vessels coastwise tonnage, and
vessels are wanted for quick loading.
The rates are firm at quotations.
Freight limits are from S3 to $6 25 from
this and the near Georgia ports to the Chesa
peake ports, Philadelphia, New York, Sound
ports and eastward. Timber, 50c@$l higher
than lumber rates. To the West Indies and
windward, nominal; to South America, sl3® 11:
to Spanish and Mediterranean ports, sll (§,12;
to United Kingdom for orders, timber, 27®285;
lumber, £3 15s. Steam—To New- \ T ork, $7; to
Philadelphia, $7; to Boston, $9.
Naval Stores—Dull. Foreign—Cork, etc.,
for orders, 2s 10)4d, and, or 4s; Adriatic, rosin, 3s;
Genoa, rosin, 2s 10)4d. Coastwise—Steam—To
Boston, 50c on rosin, $1 on spirits; toNew York,
rosin, 50c, spirits, 80c; to Philadelphia, rosin,
39c, spirits, 80c; to Baltimore, rosin, 3Jc, spirits,
Cotton—By Steam—The market is steady;
offering tonnage in good supply.
Liverpool via New York tb 5-1 Od
Liverpool via Baltimore V Tb )ql
Ant .veep via New York U Tb Ly l
Havre via New York th
Bremen via New York lb 11-16 e
Reval ida New York & 1b 11-32.1
Bremen via Baltimore j! lb %c
Amsterdam via New York lb toe
Genoa via New York lb
Boston 51 bale 1 35
Sea Island bale.. 175
New York bale 135
Sea Island $1 bale 1 35
Philadelphia i y bale 1 35
Sea Island y bale 1 35
Baltimore bale 1 25
Providence bale. 150
Amsterdam 9-32 U
New Yora V barrel. 60
Philadelphia <pl barrel Oo
Baltimore barrel 60
Boston barrel 60
Vegetables—By Steam -(By special contract)
—To New York, Philadelphia, Boston aud Balti
more, standard craws, 2' :: barrels, 40c. With
out the contract, crates, 35c; barrels, 75c.
Grown fowls 'p pair 8 65 @ 80
Chickens, )4 to 44 grown 40 ® 60
Ducks per pair 50 ® 75
Geese <p pair 75 ® 1 00
Turkeys %> pair 1 25 ®2 00
Eggs, country. 7) dozen 12)4® 13
Peanuts— Fancy b. p. Va.. $ 8).. (& C'd
PtanuLs—Hand picked Vls @ 5 1 ,j
Peanuts Ga. fj) bushel, nominal. 75 ® 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds jl liush. 50 ® 00
Sweet iiotatoes. yel. yams fl bush 65 73
Sweet pot's, white yams "pi bush. 40 <& 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy;
demand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown iu good request. Eggs—Market firmer,
with a fair demand, and scarce. Peanuts—
Ample stock: demand fair; market firm and
advancing. Sugar--Georgia and Florida nomi
nal: none in market. Honey—No demand,
nominal. Sweet Potatoes -Scarce; receipts
very light: demand good.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
London. May 2.—To-day is the regular semi
annual settling dav at the Bank of England, and
is therefore a holiday at the Stock Exchange.
New York, May 2. noon. —Stocks dull but
steady. Money easy ut 4®5 per cent. •Exchange
—long $4 86;>i<g.4 87, short $1 S7J4®4 87 : >4. State
bonds dull but steady. Government bonds dull
5 p. m.—Exchange active but v. gale at Si 80)4
®4 NBU. Money easy at i®B per oent.t closing
offered at 4 per cent. Hub-Treasury balances -
Gold, $134,643,000: currency, S 15,0.'3,000. Gov
ernment bonds dull aud heavy: four per cents.
1:5); three percents. 100. State bonds dull but
steox ly. .
The new week 011 the Stock Exchange opened
with a dull aud declining market, which pre
sented very few features of interest. The fact
that to-day is a holiday in London, together
with the usual May day changes, responsi
ble for the limited amounts of business trans
acted, and the hoiieful views of the situation,
wnich were so prevalent toward the end of last
week, were wanting to-day, the bears having
everything their own way. A fractional rally
occurred iu the forenoon, but with that one ex
ception there was no stay to the steady yielding
of values from the opening to the close. The
market, opened weak at concessions from Satur
day's final figures of from )4# r > per cent.
Trading was quiet, but soon lieoitiue dull,though
the pressure in New England mude that stock
quite active for the first hour. The market was
weak throughout, although a slight rally oc
curred toward II o'clock, mid tin- strength dis
played by Forth Worth and Denver kept the
market firm until noon. After that time there
was more animation and renewed weakness,
which was not checked until the close, which
was dull and weak at or near the lowest figures
of the day. The total transactions were 186,000
shares. Fort Worth and Denver rose 1 per
cent., but everything else is lower. The follow
ing are the closing quotations:
Via. cliow A,2 to 5.109 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B. ss. ..112 effic, Ist inort. TR
Georgia7s, mort.. 108 N. Y Central ..11214
N. Carolina 0s 123 Nurf. A: VV pref... s!®
N. Carolina 45.... 93 Nor. Pacific .... mu
80. Caro. (Brown) * pref... 1?4
consols 109 Pacific Mail. 145
Tennessee 6s .77 Reading... ....... 4a)<
Virginias 48 Richmond & Ale 6)4
Va. consolidated. 52 Richmond & _l)anvlso
Ch'peake A Ohio. 714 Rich in’ll A VV. Pt.
Chic. * North*'n. 121 Terminal 88V6
" preferred. .149 Rock Island 128®
Dela., Lock & W.. 137V* St. Pau1.......... MJa
Erie 38® preferred.. 119®
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific *"1
new stock 13® ' r, ’" n OoJ dt Iron. 44®
Uke Shore 95® Union Pacific
L’ville & Nash 67® N. J. Central ... . 80®
Memphis & Char 59 Missouri Pacfllc... lto®
Mobile* Ohio ... 16 Western Union. ,ir%
Nosh. <fc Clu't’w 84 Cc-*oj>OilTrastcer 6m
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, MAY .8, 1887.
Liverpool, May 2, noon.—Cotton—Business
large nt advaneing prices; middling uplands
5 11-10d, middling Orleans .V®, 1 ; sales 15.000
bales, for speculation and export 3.000 bales;
receipts 2,ob> bales—American ! ,900.
Futures-Uplands, low middling clause, sJay
and June delivery .5 *.V64d, June and July 547-64<1,
July aild August 5 19-old. August and September
5 50-644) 5 st-6ld.September and Oeiober 5 HB-04d,
October and November 5 35-64(1, November and
December 5 33-64d, September 5 51-64®3 5264d.
The tenders of deliveries at to-day's clearings
amounted to 3,800 bales now docket aud 200
2 p. in.—The sales ‘.o-Jny wore 9,000 bales of
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause. May
delivery 5 46-64(1, sellers; May and June .5 46-64d,
sidlei-s: June and July 3 4“-G4d, buyers; July
and August 5 49-Gld, buyei's: August and Sep
tember 5 51-64d, buyei's: September and October
5 13-64d, buyers: October and Novemixu- 3 33-64d,
buyers; November and December 5 33-64d. tniy
ei-i; September .5 .52-bid, buyers. Market firm.
4:00 p. m.--Futures: Unlands, low middling
clause. May delivery 5 4ff64d, sellers; May and
June 5 46-64d. sellers; June aud July 5 47-61d,
buyers; July and August 5 4!)-64d, sellers: August
and September 5 51-64d, buyers: September aud
October 5 4.5 Old, buyers; October and November
5 3ti-04d, sellers; November and December,
5 34-6fd, seller!; September 5 32-04d, buyers.
Futures closed firm.
New York, May 2, noon.—Cotton opened
steady; middling uplands 10 1.8-lGc, middling Or
leans 11c; sales 356 liales.
Futures -Market steady, with sales as follows:
May delivery 10 72c, June 10 78c, July 10 34c,
August 10 89c. September 10 52c, October lie.
5:00 p. in.—Mamet closed easier; middling up
lands 10 13-ltic, middling Orleans Uc; sales to
day 3)1 bales; net receipts 57 bales, gross 3,598
Futures—Slarket closed steady, with sales of
I80,;0U bales, as follows: May delivery 10 64
<O.IO 66c, June lO 72@10 73c, July 10 Tiqi> 1 D 78e,
August 10 83(g,10 84c, September 10 48q,10 4bc,
October 10 01@10 08c, November 9 (K qdl 91c,
December 9 9362.9 93c, January 9 97'©9 99c, Feb
ruary 10 ObjilO 05c.
Green & Co.’s l'euort on cotton futures says:
“Considerable activity prevailed again, but the
market took a backward turn, aud a large pro
portion of the recent investment appeared to tie
sold out again. The bull report of last, we 0c
failed to obtain the support hoped for, and
there seemed to be an absence of sufficient con
fidence to hold positions. After a small gain to
commence with, there was a sharp drop 01 10,, r
11 points from the highest, with a small re
cover; closing about steady and 6(g)7 points un
Galveston. May 2.—Cotton firm; middling
10®c; net receipts 17 bales, gross 17; sales
201; stock 12,497 bales; exports, coastwise 718
Norfolk, May 2.—Cotton firm; middling
l(sc; net receipts 172 bales, gross 172: sales 1111
bales; stock 9,172 bales; exports, coastwise 718
Baltimore, May 2.—Cotton firm; middling
10®e; net receipts - liales, gross 75; sales
none; stock 5,514 liales; exports, coastwise 20
bales: sales to spinners 516 bales.
Boston, May 2.—Cotton steady; middling
10®c; net receipts 187 bales, gross 1,031; sales
none; stock none; exports, to Great Britain 100
Wilmington, May 2.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 10®e; net receipts 7 bales, gross 7; sales
none; stock 2,148 bales; exports, coastwise 51
Philadelphia, May 2.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 10®e; net receipts none, gross none; stock
New Orleans, May 2.—Cotton quiet but firm;
middling 10>ke; net receipts 78 bales, gross 100;
sales ski bales; stock 135,351 bales; exports,
coastwise 3,152 bales.
Mobile, May 2.—Cotton firm; middling
10(4c; net receipts 58 bales, gross 69; sales 300;
stock 2,823 bales; exports, coastwise 150 bales.
Jlempiiis, May 2.—Cotton steady; middling
10'4c; receipts 206 bales; shipments 962 bales;
sales 500 bales; stock 24,563 bales.
Augusta, May 2.—Cotton firm; middling
10'4c; receipts 29 bales: sales 727 bales.
Charleston, May 2.—Cottou firm; middling
10®c; net receipts 12 bales, gross 12; sales 975
bales; stock 1,407 bales; exports, coastwise 708
Atlanta, May 2.—Cotton—middling 10c; re
ceipts 9 bales.
New York, May 2.—Consolidated net re
ceipts for all cotton ports to-day 810 bales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 111 bales, to France 385,
to the continent 1,437; stock at all American
ports 416,870 bales.
PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, Xlav 2, noon.—Wheat firm; de
mand fair; holders offer sparingly. Corn steady,
with fair demand. 1-1 I'll prime western 33s Od.
New York, May 2, noon.—riour quiet but
firm. Wheat higher. Corn better. Pork firm;
mess sl6 50/, 17 00. Lard easier at $7 27®.
5:00 p. 111.— Southern flour closed quiet but
steady. Wheat firm, but only moderately ac
tive; No. 2 red, May delivery 1)8)40310,1)40, June
93®@93®c, July 93 5-16(ffi93 11-10 c. Corn a shade
lower and (lull: No. 2, May delivery 47‘>(;&474ic
June 473j®,18e, July 40ff(49 I 4c. Oats ®<Sl® c
higher; mixed western 35v3dc, white western
38 .i 12c. No. 2. May delivery 38Mf433®c, June
34®'it/34 , 40, July 844.<c. Hops qiuet; Slate 84)
20c. Coffee, spot fair Rio dull at 16®c; No. 7
Rio steady; May delivery 14 65c, June 14 70®
14 90c, July 14 85(r/,15 05c. Sugar dull and weak;
fair to good refining 4®<®4®; refined quiet.
Molasses steady: 50-test l!)®c. Cotton seed oil—
-32(0i32®c for crude, 37®'0.38c for refined. Hides
quiet and unchanged. Wool quiet and steady.
Pork quiet aud steady. Beef dull. Middli
dull and nominal. laud CSV 8 points lower and
less active: Western .arum. $7 27®. May deliv
ery $7 23. June $1 25 6 77 2!'. Freightsclused dull;
cotton, per steam 1-ltid: wheat, per steam Id.
Chicago, May 2.—Deliveries on May contracts
were quite liberal this morning and were nearly
all taken by various houses supposed to be op
erating for the bull clique. The decrease in the
visible supply was 1,364.000 bushels, which was
not quite as large as had generally lieen ex
pected. Clearings from the seaboard aggre
gated 336.000 bushels. Traders were cautious,
nevertheless the aggregate business transacted
was large. Values showed little change, how
ever, fluctuations being confined to narrow
limits. June commanded a premium of 1 cent
over May. There was a tmr degree of activity
in corn, and a decrease of 560.000 bushels in the
visible supply imparted a little firmer tone to
values. The market closed ®c higher than 011
Saturday. Oafs ruled a shade stronger. Mess
pork was marked up 60.41 75 c and closed firm.
Lard ruled 5c lower. Short ribs went 15c lower.
The following were the cash quotations:
Wheat, No. 2 spring 8144 c: No. 2 red 811rc.
Corn, No. 2, 37®c. Oats, No. 2. 20J4e. Mess
pork $23 50. Lard $6 87®. Short rib sides,
lO' jse, $7 47®. Dry salted six udders, bom al,ss 90
(0’.6 00; short cleur sidc-s, boxed, $7 90®7 95.
Whisky $1 18.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
NO. 2 WnEAT—
May delivery... 81® 81® 81®
June delivery.... 83.® 83® 88®
July delivery.... 83® 834i 83®
May delivery.... 37% 87® 37®
June delivery.... 89® 39® 89®
July delivery. .. 41 41® <l®®4l®
May delivery— £6® 20® 26®
June delivery... 28® 28,® 2S®
J uly dali very... 28® 29 29
May delivery.. .$23 50
June delivery.... *23 50 .... ....
May delivery $6 90 $6 90 $6 F7®
June delivery— 6 97® 7 00 7 00
July delivery.... 705 7 10 710
May delivery $7 42® $7 50 $7 47®
June delivery.. . 7 65 765 7 62®
July delivery 7 65 7 75 7 72®
Baltimore. May 2.—Flour firm for low grades
and fairly active; Howurd street and Western
superfine $.'50(03 10. extra S3 95(7^475. family
$6 85(0; 4 50, city mills superfine $2 50(0,3 00. extra
$:4 35(ff3 7i, KlO brands $1 50(it4 02: l’atapscu
superlative patent $5 30, family $5 00. Wheat —
.Southern firm but quiet; red 11.54497 c, am tier 96
6498 c; Western higher; No. 2 western winter
red, on spot 92®e bid. Corn—Southern firmer;
white 516(i52c, yellow i!l(<s 49®c: Western higher.
St. Louis. May 2.—Flour firm aud un
changed. Wheat quiet, closing %(ii'4c liiuher;
No. 2 red, cash 82e. May delivery 61®6i>KJ>*.'.
June 82,'/.<p 3c, July 79®'$70®e. Cora firm and
®6y®e iTlgbep; cash 34Ufh 35®e, May delivery
34H(6i>84®c, June 351)ifi635®c. Oats easy; cash
27 :! s'(27®c, .May delivery 27®c. June 28e.
Whisky steady at sll3. Provisions dull and
lower; Pork $1.5. laird S', 706/6 75. Dry salt
meats —boxed shoulders $5 fli®. long clear
$5 67®. clear ribs $7 67@7 75, short clear $7 75
(0.8 ut*. Bacon—boxed shoulders $0 256(0 50,
long clear s■< l2®(/i. 8 40, clear ribs $8 12®6i8 1.5,
short clear $8 87® (5,8 67®.
Chccinnati. Mav 2. Flour easier; family $3 50
0i,3 TO, fancy $3 85(0,4 00. Wheat quiet; No. 2
red, 83c. Corn scarce and firm; No. 3 mixed
48®e. Oats heavy and lower; No. 2 mixed,
20® '. Pork nominal at sl7 ft). Lard quiet at
$6 85. Bulk meals dull; short ribs $7 62®. Ba
con quiet; short ribs $S 62®, abort clear $s 87®.
Whisky steady at #1 13. Hogs weak; common
and light $4 25&0 25, packing and butchers
$.5 006>>5 50.
New Orleans, May 2.— Coffee unehangixl;
Rio cargoes, common
seed products unchanged: prime crude oil‘27e,
oftere-l: dttke and meal S2O 0065 20 25 per loti f. o.
I). Sugar 1 inch 1 uged: Lnuismun o|k>h kettle,
food fair to prime 4®vi.sc, good oommou to fair
®6i,4 kjc, eomuion to good common 4®'(t4®c;
Louisiana centrifugals, off white 5® i,.5 0-16 e,
choice yellow cUirTfled 5 7-16 c. Molasses 1111
changed; Louisiana centrifugals, strictly prime
to rangy 280 '13c, fair to good prime 22'(,25c,
commou to goisl common 18(0,2lc.
Lo T3VtU.it. May 2.—Grain and provisiom
on.of and unoh inyud.
New York. May 2. noon:—Spirits turpentine
dull at 37U(ds8He. Rosin dull at $1 25,'0,1 27®.
5:00 p. nu—Spirits turpentine dull at 37®e.
Rosin quiet at $1 35<s(l '-V 9-
t'u.Aiuas.sTOX, Mav2. —Spirits turjientine steady
at S'Sc. Rosin firni; good strained 95e.
Wilmington, May 2.—Spirits turpentine dull
at 38c. Rosin steadv; strained We. good strained
85e. Tar firm at $i 25. Crude turpentine firm;
hard slyellow dip aud virgin (2 a).
New York, May 2.--Rice steady, with fair
New Orleans, Mav 2. -Rice in fair demand
aud higher; Louisiana, ordinary to prime 3%
* MINIATURE ALMANAC fills DAY.
Sun Rises \ 5:15
Sun Sets 6:39
High NVateh at Savannah 4:09 a m 4:53 p m
Tuesday, May 3 1888.
Steamship Gate City, Hedge, Boston—C GAn
Steamship City of Augusta, Catharine, New
York - -C G Anderson, Agent,
Hark Sirrah (Nor), Larsen, Liverpool, with salt
to C M Gilbert A Cos; vessel to Holst A Cos.
Steamer Katie, Bevill, Augusta and way land
ings—J U Medlock, Manager.
ARRIVED UP FROM QUARANTINE YES
Bark Republic (Ger), Blunoke, to load for Eu
ARRIVED AT TYISF.E YESTERDAY,
liarls Emhla (Nor). Moller, Sables d'OlonDes,
in ballast, to Holst A Cos.
Steamship Johns Hopkins, Foster, Baltimore—
Jas B West & Cos.
Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen’s Bluff aud way
landings—W T Gibson, Manager.
Steamship Johns Hopkins, Baltimore.
Bark Seslri (Nor), Riga.
Schr Annie Bliss, New- York.
New York. April 80— Arrived, schr Emma S
Briggs, Otis, Jacksonville.
Cleared, steam schr lands Bucki, Mount,
Jacksonville; sclu'S I-anit: Cobb, Cobb, Fernan
dina; Lizzie Cai-r, Brown, do; Ida CSchoolcraft,
Sailed, brig Clara Pickens, Brunswick.
Lizard. April 80—Passed, steamship Elstow
(Bri, Robertsou, Port Royal, S C, lor United
Palermo, April 25- Arrived, bark CarlHaasted
(Nor), Maroci, Pensacola.
Best ol . April 30—Cleared, sdir Ella M Haw es,
Brunswick. April 30—Ckr%l, bark Alfred
Giblis (Nor), Reinert, for a Spanish port.
Bull River. April 30—Sailed, bark Cambalu
(Bn, Philips, United Kingdom.
Edgartowu. April So—Sailed, schr Rubeeca J
Moulton, Wyman. Brunswick for Boston.
Pensacola, April 30-Cleared, ship Don Juan
(Belg), Nehmens, Antwerp; barks Sredsvo(Aus),
Foramimher, Oporto; Rosa Recca (Ital), Repet
Apal icbicola, April 28—Cleared, schrs E H
Herriman, Wood, Philadelphia; George Jurgens,
Rylander, Key West.
New York, May 2 Arrived, steamships Aura
ria from Liverpool, Greece from London, Werra
Arrived out, steamships Fuida, New York for
Bremen, Servia, New York for Liverpool.
Femandina, May 2—Arrived ami eleni'ed to re
turn, steamship City of Atlanta, Lockwood,
Cleared, sehrs Norombega, Harding, Grenada;
Mary L Allen, Willey, Baltimore.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—l(lo liales cotton, 257 bills rosin,
113 bbls spirits turpentine, 30,000 shingles, 1 cals,
8 cases eggs. 4 coops fowls, 3 lulls hide*.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, May 2
—53 bbls rosin, 10 bbls spirits turpentine, 2 cal's
shingles, 1 car clay, 15 till Is rice, 4 sacks peas,
1 ease cigars, 1 case tobacco, 16 casks tobacco,
4 boxes tobacco, 1 bale hides, 1 piano, and mdse.
Per Savannan, Florida aiub Western Railway,
May 2—l bale cotton. 31 care lumber. 3 ears
wood, 9 cars ties, 300 bbls lime, 1.423 bbls rosin.
717 bbls spirits turpentine, 279 bbls potatoes, 515
bbls vegetables, 1,991 boxes vegetables, 468 boxes
oranges, 20 bales g s hides, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad. May 2—210 bales cotton,
55 bales yarn, 35 bales domestics, 4 bales hides,
31 pkgs paper, 139 pkgs tobacco, 26,959 lbs bacon.
237 bbls spirits turpentine, 544 bbls rosin, 120
bbls lime, 52 lbs fruit, 400 bales hay, 10 bbls flour,
13 bbls whisky, 17 cars lumber, 4 sacks rice, 51
sacks peas, 1 bbl syrup, 6 cars pig iron. 10 pkgs
twine, i road carts, 68 pkgs mdse. 1 pkg jiink,
5 bales paper stock, 48 pkgs empties, 1 bbl oil,
16 pkgs kardw are, 14 bales plaids, 2 boxes soap,
2 bbls eggs.
Per steamship Johns Hopkins, for Baltimore
-464 bales cotton, 139 tibls rice, 982 bbls rosin, 326
bbls spirits turpentine. 135 bales hides. 27 hales
t ags, 35 bales domestics and yarns. 7 turtle, 17
bbls oranges, 239 boxes oranges, 30 rolls leather,
645 bbls vegetables, 792 crates vegetables, 307
Per schr Annie Bliss, for New Y0rk—274,293
feet p p lumber— Dale, Dixon & Cos. •
Per steamship Johns Hopkins, for Baltimore—
Miss M F Gilnack. Tiios A Carey, wife and child.
Mrs Angell, Miss E A Angell, Mrs A Porter und
child. Win Conklin. W H Chamberlin, J F Nor
ton. L Soulot, P O'Neil, J Meyer.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—W W Smith, C Overstreet, T A
Causey, W A L Clarke, J D Groover, Dr S Roust,
Mrs B B Black. Miss /. Bowie, Miss Bessie Gro
venstein, Miss Katie Drane, Miss Lydia Drane,
G S Orm, Mrs D E Rieser, E N Maner, H Oarley,
M A Ueinkampen, R F Dubbond, J t> Oswald Jr,
J Eawton, aud 20 deck.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—Baldwin <t Cos, Peacock, H & Cos,
Chesmitt & O N, J P Williams & Cos, W I Miller,
L Putzel, 31 Boley X Sou, Mohr Bros, John Law
ton,* Grady, DeL & Cos, E T Roberts, Order,
Ellis, Y & Cos.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. May 2
—Peacock, II it Cos, E T Roberts. M Boley & Son,
J 1‘ Williams & Cos. Smith Bros & Cos, Harmes A
J J Sognier, McGillis XM, Hidden &B, T P
Bond & Cos.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway.
May 2—Transfer Office. Dale, D A Cos. A Hanley,
Juo Lyon* & Cos, .McDonough <fc Cos. J V Denton,
M Feist A Cos, W C Jackson, A Einstein's Sons,
Bacon, J & Cos, J S Silva & Son, Frierson & Cos,
G Meyers. La- Roy Mvers & Co.H Myers & Bros.
ICavanaugh &B, WI) Simkins & Cos. B W Fod
der, Ludden & B, F M Hull, A Ehrlich & Bro,
Me.iihaid Bros & Cos, S W Branch, Perse & L,
C Seiler, M Y Henderson, J MeGratli & Cos, P
McGlasben, Repjmrd A Cos, C E Stulls, F J Myer
MfgCo, \v S Hawkins, I'eaooek, H A Cos. Kills,
Y & Cos, J P Williams A Cos, Jno Flannery & Cos,
Neidiinger & R, E T Roberts, C L Jones.
Per Neutral Railroad. May 2 -Fonlg Agt,
R D Bogart, G Waiter A Cos. Wilcox. <i A Cos,
Boud, II A E, Grady, DeL A Cos, C H Carson, D
iiogan, M Y Henderson, A B Hull, J G Butler,
Wl> Simkins A Cos, Rieser AS, M Ferst A Cos,
Smith Bros & Cos, A II Champion, Harmes A J.
S Guckenheimer A Son, Frank A Cos, J H Fen
ton, W F Constantine, Solomons & Cos, Geo D
Hodges, J G Nelson A Cos, Pe-acock, II A C'o, W
F Read, E Lovell A Son, J P Williams A Cos.
1 Epstein A Bro. Strauss Bros, Stillwell, p A M.
Woods & Cos, i" 5! 1 orley, it ndhelm Bros & 00,
chesmitt ,t O’N. Baldwin A 00, B J Cubbedge,
Ellis, Y A Cos. W 1 Miller, Peruse A L.
■ 11 ■ 1 tmm 1 11 ■ll ■ mym—mmmmmmammmmmmmm
BANK OF LEESBURG,
—(i'JHST AND OI.LUST HANK.)—
r I' , RANBACT a General Banking Business. Col-
I lections a i pis lnlty on all points in Florida
and remitted for promptly on favorable terms.
YAGER BROTHERS. I'nqu-letors.
C>>rres}xml*nlH: Hanovur National Bank, N.
Y.; Bunk of .Jac'knonvillo. Florida.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
tIwRANHACT a regular hnnklugbusiness. Give
1 particular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence aolloted. Issue Excliange on
New York. New Orleans, Savaunab and Jack
sonvilie, I'la. Resident Agents for A Cos.
anil Jlelville, Erana A Clo., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
AYERS’ CHERRY PECTORAL, Jayne* Ex
pectorant. Hale * Honey and Tnr, Boacheo'a
German Syrup, Bull s Cough Syrup, Piso's Cure,
x. Bull and oongresh streets.
BUYS ,\NI) BELLS on oomwimlon all clowec
1) of St*X‘kf< and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable Nocurities.
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CCMMINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDFKS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago .liirt Liverpool Exchanges.
City of Savannah, )
Office Clerk of Council. V
April 80, 1887. \
r |NIF following ordinance is published for the
JL information of all concerned.
FRANK K REBARER,
Clerk of Council.
An Ordinance to regulate the turning uj of the
soil of the public domain in the city ot Savan
nah for auv purpose, between the first day of
May and the first day ot November each year,
except bv permission and approval or the
Section 1. fie it ordained by the Mayor and
Ahlermen of the City of Savannahs in Council
assembled, and it is ordained by the authority of
the same. That from and after the passage of
this ordinance no jwmission shall he granted to
make tewor connections or for other works of a
similar character or for laying pipes, or for any
work which may involve the turning up of the
soil of the public domain >etween the first day
of May and the first day of November of each
vear, unless the same shall Im* approved by the
lion ill of Sanitary Commissioners.
Sec. 2. And it is further ordained by the au
thor, ty aforesaid , That if any person shall turn
up the soil of the public domain of any part of
said city between the first day of May and the
first day of November of each year without per
mission, as provided in the first section of this
ordinance, he or she shall, on conviction t hereof
in the Police Court, bo fined not loss than five
nor more t han one hundred dollars, or imprisoned
not more than thirty days, or both, in the dis
cretion of the Mayor or Acting Mayor presiding
in said court.
Sec. 8. Audit is further ordained by the au
thority aforesaid , That all ordinances and parts
of onfin voces, so far as they militate with this
ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed.
Ordinance passed in Council May \b 1881
RUFUS K. LESTER, Mayor.
Attest: Frank E. Reiurer, Clerk of Council.
QUAR WTIAK NOTICE.
Office Health Officer, )
Savannah, Oa., May 1, 1887. \
From and after MAY Ist, 1887, the city ordi
nance which specifics the Quarantine require
ments to bo observed at the port of Savannah,
Georgia, for period of time (annually) from May
Ist to November Ist, w ill be mast rigidly en
Merchants and all other parties interested
will be supplied with printed copies of the Quar
antine Ordinance upon application to office of
From and after this date and until further no
tice all steamships and vessels from South
America Central America, Mexico, West Indies,
Sicily, ports of Italy south of 40 dogs. North
latitude. nud coast of Africa bew-e* n
10 degs. North and 14 degs. South latitude,
direct or via American jmrt will be sub
jected to close Quarantine and be required
to report at the Quarantine Station and be
treated as being from infected or bus pec tod
ports or localities. Captains of these vesseLs
will have to remain at Quarantine Station until
their vessels are relieved.
All steamers and vessels from foreign ports
not included above, direct or via American
ports, whether seeking, chartered or otherwise,
will be required to remain in quarantine until
boarded and passed by the Quarantine Officer.
Neither the Contain* nor any one on board af
siu'h vessels will be allowed to come to the city
until tlu vessels are inspected and passed by the
A6 ports or localities not herein enumerated
are reported unhealthy to the Sanitary Authori
ties, Quarantine restrictions against same will
be enforced without further publication.
Th' i/uafribtme regulation requiring the flying
of the rfUqrantiiie flay on vessels subjected to
detention or Inspection will be rigidly enforced.
JJ T. McFARLANI), M. I)., Health Officer.
City ok Savannah, 1
Office l liui* of Council, V
April £l, 1887. J
TTNPIER and by virtue of a resolution adopted
J hy Council at meeting of April noth, IW,
Couneff trill elect, at its next regular meeting,
that w to say on WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th, 1887,
a Port Wuraer. to fill vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Thomas 11. Laird. Bond 8500;
salary, fees. Applicants must hand in their ap
plications with names of bondsmen (two re
quired) stated therein to the Clerk of Council at
or before 2 o'clock p. m., Wednesday, May 4th,
By order of Council.
FRANK E. REBARER,
Clerk of Council.
Notice to Occupants of Houses and Stores
City of Savannah, )
Office Clerk of Council, V
April 23, 1887. )
OCCUPANTS of houses are requested to pay
strict attention to the condition of their
yards, and especially during the summer to keep
the same, as well as their cellars, dean and in a
sanitary condition. Storekeepers are also en
joined to look to the condition of the cellars be
neath their stores, that the same may be regu
larly ventilated, and are requested to lie especial
ly careful that nothing is placed therein calcu
lated to become offensive or any wise likely to
affect the public health. It is the determination
of the health authorities that everything shall
Is* done to keep the city in a clean and sanitary
condition, and the inspecting officers have been
instructed to be vigilant nnu careful in their in
spections, and to place on the Information
Docket all parties failing to keep their premises
clean, or in any way violating the ordinances
governing the public health.
By order of the Mayor.
, FRANK E. REBARER,
Clerk of Council.
Office Health Offioxb, I
Savannah. March 25th, 1887. )"
Pilots of the Port of Savannah are Informed
that tint Hapelo Quarantine Station will be open
ed on APRIL Ist, 1887.
Special attention of the Pilots is directed to
sections Nos. 5d and l ttb, Quarantine Regula
.Most rigid enforcement of quarantine regula
tions will ue maintained bv the Health authori
ties. j. t. McFarland, m. and.,
-- Health Officer.
(lIAlt \ A ITVK NOTICE.
Office Health Officer, I
Savannah, April sth, 1887. )
Notice is hereby given that the Quarantine
Officer is instructed not to deliver letters to ves
sels which are not subjected to quarantine de
tentlou, unless the name of consignee and stabs
ment that the vessel is ordered to some other
port appears upon the face of the envelope.
Thisorueris mude necessary in consequence of
the enormous bulk of drumming letters sent to
the station for vessels which are to arrive.
J. T. McFarland, m. i>..
City Marshal office, t
Savannah, April :13d, 1887. f
epHE City Treasurer lie; placed in my hands
I Real Estate Executions for 188(1, Privy Vault
Executions for isßii, Btock in Trade and other
personal property executions for 1880, and : po
citlc or License Tax Executions for 1887, com
manding me to make the money on said writs
by levy and sale of the defendants' property nr
by other lawful means. I hereby notify all per
sons In default that the tax and revenue ordi
nance will Is; promptlv enforced if puyme.nt, is
nnt made at my office without delay.
Office hoim; from 11 a m . to 2 i*. m.
ItOBT. J. WADE,
Bacon, Johnson & Cos.
Have a flue stock of
Oak, Pine, Lightwood and Kindling,
Corner Liberty and East Broad streets.
w J>. I.) I X ON,
DEAI.ER IN ALL RINDS OF
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
48 Bull street. Residence sft Liberty street.
. DRY OODS.
SPRING AND SIMMER NOVELTIES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT!
IYARASOLS. -Coaehlng and Sun Umbrellas in the newest nnd largest variety.
DRESS FABRICS in Silk, Wool and Cotton. The finest assortment wo have ever shcffvn.
We will also offer the following special bargains: 75 pieces Striped and Checked Summer
Silks at 35c., 87c.. Sstt^e., 42As<’.. 45e., sdc., 55c. 80c. and 85c. These figures do not cover cost of im
portation. 500 yards Colored Brocaded Batins at 10c. to flfie. A full line of Colored tiros Grain
Silks at 35c. to $1 50. Colored Surah Silks, in all the new Spring shades, at 05c. per yard. Guin
ett's Celebrated Black Silks at all prices from 75c. to $2 50 per yard.
LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. -At 25c., ladies' High Neck Corset Covers, nice Cambria
and Embroidered; at 25c., ladies' Chemise, extra heavy Cotton Bands and Sleeves, chain stitched;
at 450., Ladies' Chemise, pointed Yoke of three rows (.f Inserting lietween four clust<-rs of tucks.
Embroidered Bands and Sleeves; at 500., Ladies' Gowns, Mother Hubbard Yoke of four clusters
of wide tucks and trimmed with Cambric ruffle; at 9fie.. ladies’ Gowns, Mother Hubbard style,
solid Yoke of Hamburg Embroidery between tucks, edged Sleeves and Neck; at 98c., Ladies’
Skirts, with extra deep ruffle of Hamburg Embroidery and ten tucks above. This Skirt would be
cheat iat $ I 25.
BOYS' CLOTHING.--Complete lines of School and Dress Suits ranging in prices from $1 75 to
f 10 a suit.
CANTON MATTING! CANTON MATTING!—IOO pieces new Canton Matting, just opened, at
ihe following prices, viz: :5V., 25c., 30c., 35c., 40c., 45c. and 50c. per yard.
Colored Embroideries on White Grounds with Embroidered colors.
Hamburg Edgings and Flouncing* at 2c. to $3 per yard.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS.
One lot 10 Inch nil wool Plaid Albatross at sne., actual value 60c.
One lot Strl)ied Albatross at .50c., actual value 00r.
20 pieces Plain, Slriped and Plaid Persian ('arapes In the leading Spring colors (32 and 30 inche*
wide), and in every sense of the word a novelty. These good* are actually worth 60c. a yard. I
will offer them during this week at 3U\ a yard.
DAMI',I, I TOG AN.
NOW" 11 EADY
lllltTl MILLINERY HOUSE,
SPRING- AND SUMMER MILLINERY,
COMPRISING- ALL THE NOVELTIES.
Ten Thousand Straw and Fancy Braid Hats, from the
cheapest to the very finest quality, in every color and in
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 ever
seen in this city. Our work rooms, in charge of five artistic
designers, turn out the most correct trimmed hats in the city,
at prices much below others. Our shelves and counters on the
three large floors are loaded with every variety of now milli
nery goods. Our retailing on the lirst floor at wholesale prices
enables us to sell our goods far below any competition, and
ladies can now purchase their millinery at same price as com
petitors have to pay. We continue the sale of Ribbons at same
prices as heretofore. Every steamer adds new novelties.
S. KRODSKOFFS MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOUSE.
Showing the superiority of its construction over all its competitors. The heat entirely
7 surrounds the oven, causing articles to cook evenly in every part at tbe same time, a feature
1 possessed only by the CHARTER OAK. Call and examine the apparatus.
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Having Just returned from Now York, whore 1 selected the lutcst de*lgns and styles, I can now
exhibit the largest und Handsomest Stock of
Solid Silverware, Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
Kver Opened tip in this City.
In addition, our stock has l**en replenished in every department with articles suitable for Wed
ding Presents. House Furnishing ami other purpose*. Also, a dazzling display of Diamonds,
Watches, Chains, Charms, des ks. Jewelry, and, in fact, everything that you would expect to find
in the Leading Jewelry House of the city. The High Standard of our goods i* well known, and a
moderate ana reuse liable profit is all that we expect or auk -therefore, no Fancy Prices. Anv arti
cle jn our F.xtensive nun Varied Stock will compare with any similar article* to be found In any
repe<ri*ble Jewelry House anywhere—not excepting the largest cities of the country. We Invite
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LATUM AND MIIINOLES.
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 WE3T BROAD STS.