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OFFICE OF THK MORNING N'EWS, (
Savannah, G.y., slay 5,4 p. M. i
- rrpN ._Thc market is without change what
, it continues dull, but prices are firm,
rticdcinaud is very light and the business doing
Vl,vlv nominal. The total sales for the day
,-c only 12 bales. On’Change at the midday
*Tat 1 P- m -, t,le ” uu ' k “ t "as reported firm
cs | unchanged- The following are tlie official
nxiotatious of the CottonExohange:
Middling fair 10 13-10
liood middling 10 9-16
low middling 10 1-lb
Good ordinary 9. 9-10
Sea Aland-' The market was dull and en-
Srelv nominal. There was no inquiry and no
lies. We quote:
Common Georgias and Florida* 14 ® 1554
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Siuk on Hand May 5, lSfcfT, AN I! ■
for toe Same Time Last Year.
[stand. u P ,and Island, j u P- and
Stock on hand Sept. 1 1,149 4.004 551 3.298
Received to-day SSB 1,030 1
Received previously.. 27.291 766,403 23,189 753,469!
Total 1 28,440 770.285) 23,740| 757,797
I Exported to-day ' ... .... 2.505!
! Exported previously il 21',095 . 7G5.550 | 20,0501 736,040
|| Total Ij 27,095 765,350j| j
II Stock on hand and on ship- lj . il
l board tills (lav H 1.3451 4.939 U ,690< 20.252
Rice-The market continues firm, with light
offering- There was quite a good inquiry and
a fair business doing. The sales were 659 bar
rels at about quotations, as follows:
Prime 4 *@ —
**Countiy lots ®.
Tide water w@l W
Naval Stores— The market for spirits tur-
Dentine was active, but prices were weak and
declining The sales for the day were fully
o 500 casks, at 31c., for regulai-s. At
the Board of Trade on the opening call the
market was reported quiet, with sales of 100
casks at 3154'-'. for regulars. At the closing call
It was firm, with further sales of 200 casks at
Blc for regulars. Rosin—The market was quiet
but steady at quotations. The sales for the day
were about 1,000 barrels. At the Board of
Trade on the first call the market was re
ported steady, with sales of 700 barrels at the fol
lowing quotations: A, B, 0 and 1) $1 05,
E Si 10, F SI 15, G $1 20, H $1 25, I $1 40, K
<SI 50, Msl 80, N @2 1254, window glass
$2 .71 water white 82 75. At the closing call it
was unchanged, with further sales of 91 barrels.
naval stores statement.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-day 1,214 2,141
Received previously 15,444 42,320
Total 19,201 121.869
Exported to-day 6.419
Exported previously 12,549 61,655
Total 12,549 68,074
•(Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day... 6,652 63,795
Receipts same day last year 600 1,886
Financial—Money is getting easier, with bank
raie at 7 per cent, and capitalists at 6 per cent.
Domestic Exchange Steady. Banks and
bankers are buying sight drafts at par and sell
ing at <4 per cent premium.
foreign Exchange— The market is dull but
firm. Commercial demand. 84 87; sixty days,
84 3554; ninety days. $4 84%; francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 2254; Swiss,
85 2354; marks, sixty days, 95.
Securities—- Rather more investment inquiry
is springing up. Long date bonds, del ventures
and guaranteed stocks are firm and in demand.
The speculative element is very quiet, and no
orders of any size are on the market .
Stocks and Bonds— City Bonds — Quiet. At
lanta 6 per rent, 104 bid, 110 asked: Atlanta 7
pier cent, 115 bid, 120 asked; Augusta 7 per cent,
105 bid, 112 asked; Augusta os, 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, 10454 asked: new Savannah 5 per cent,
August coupons, 103*4 bid, 104 asked.
State Bon ds— Market steady, with light sup
ply. Georgia new 6s. 1889,103 bid, 104 asked;
neorgia new 4545, 10654 bid, 107 asked; Geor
gia 7 |>cr cent gold, coupons quarterly, 10*54 bid,
10954 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons Jan
uary and July, maturity 1896, 128 bid, 12354
Railroad Stocks— Central common, 12554 bid,
L 4 asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 136 bid, 137 asked; Georgia com
®°u, '99 bid, 201 asked: Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 13144 bid, 13254 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates, 105 04 bid, 104 asked;
Atlanta and West Point railroad stock, 118 bid.
114 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 per cent
certificates. 105 bid. 106 asked.
Railroad Bonds— Market quiet. Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway Company general
luortgage 6 per cent interest, coupons October,
1101 ml, 113 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons January
and July, maturity 1897, 119 hid, 121 asked, Cen
tral consolidated mortgage 7 per cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 1893, 11354 bid. 11 1
asked; Georgia railroad Us, 1897. 108 bid. 110
asked: Mobile and Girard second mortgage iu
aorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and July,
Maturity 1689 106 bid, 107 asked; Montgomery
aim hufaula first mortgage 0 per cent, indorsed
by Central railroad, 110 bid. 112 asked; Marietta
15®i North Georgia first mortgage 6 per cent.
10 4 bid, 10154 asked; Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta first mortgage, 112 bid, 115 asked;
Charlotte, Columbia aiidfiktigusta second 111011
gage, 111 54 bid, 11254 asked: Western Alabama
second mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, 107 bid,
tasked; South Georgia and Florida indorsed,
US bid, ip,) asked; South Georgia and Florida
second mortgage, 112 bid, 115 asked; Augusta
And Knoxville first mortgage 7 per eeut, 10854
hid, 109 asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and
Southern first mortgage guaranteed. 11854 bid.
Joj asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern
not guaranteed, 115 bid, 116 nsked, Ocean.Steam
snip 6 per cent bonds guaranteed by Central
railroad, 10756 bid, 100 asked; Gainesville, Jef
lersou and Southern second mortgage guaran
teed, 115 bid, 116 asked; Columbus and Rome
nrst mortgage I Kinds indorsed by Central rail
road, 108 bid, 109 asked; Columbus and Western
0 per cent guaranteed, 10854 bid, 109 asked: City
ami Suburban railway first mortgage 7 percent,
109 bid, 110 nsked.
,u^V llc Stocks— Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 1145 bid, 200 asked; Mer
chants National Bank, 155 bid, 160 asked; Sa
vamiali Hank and Trust Company, I*l bid, 9r>
' -'•utlonal Bank of Savannah, 117 bid.
Bat Stocks Savannah Gum Light stock, ex
piv., 2154 bid, 22 asked; Mutual Gas Light
oek, 20 bid. 21 asked.
Macon- Market steady: demand good: smoked
clrnr rib sides, M4c; shoulders. 7l*e; dry nulled
cii-ur rll‘Kides, long clear, BSjc; shoulders,
<%<•; bams. liUo*
iiAouixo AM> Ties.—Mnrket quiet. We quote:
witwiw-4 ihs. 1114 c; 2 tbs. me; m ms. r'sf,
U'.vonlmtr to brand and quastity. Iron ties
hi," j V ’ * , ‘ ll ®* per bundle, according to
oHm ! . u< quantity. Bagging aud ties in re
ta lots a fraction higher.
IK ~. L, ' r . T mt—Market steady; oleomargarine, 11a
w. clioico Ooslieu, ltSc; gilt ddged3c; creamery,
•'aiuiaoe -Florida, Sd 75a3 00 por barrel; sup-
P*?; Uht; demand good.
"I'PE*—The market la strong and advancing,
on quote for small lots: Ordinary, Hie; faff,
lt%c K °‘ K| ’ choice, 18c; peaberry,
Ohkks* Market higher and advancing; good
wnmiid; stock light. We quota: liable.
.. K " Fhcit —Apples, evaporated. 13c; peeled,
•o. peaches, peeled, l'Jo; uupeelad su7c; cur
"P**. •0 ; citron. 35c.
j* RY Hoona—The market Is firm; business
iVL quote: Prints, 4ao; Oeoigls brown
I,?,, 111 '’. I. *>6c; 7-8 do, .’dqr; 1-4 brown sheot-
J2S;,. !i 'qc; wnite osnaburgs. Ha9c; checks,
qa.c; yarns, B>c for best makes; brown drill
v , u ,quote full weights: Mackerel
v ' ®L®OiHO ‘W; No. 3. half barrels, s<l od.i7 (K);
■" 3. $7 80.13 30. Herring—No. 1,30 u; scaled,
* ecsl. soßc.
... ‘ Air, t Market steady; demand moderate.
r , quote: Superfine. $.3 .V); extra, $3 83at 00;
I?*®?- 'ai (O; choice patent, (6 SSBaS 75;
•aiidly. $4 5004 05
t ucit- -Lemons -Stock full and demand light.
*‘ duoto: $3 75ed ‘ld. Oranges Market fairly
ippued; demand lighter; Florid uA $3 50a8 2S.
• J'l'ca Scarce and poor; good shipping stock,
w W nor h.u rcl. ,
Grain— Corn—Market steady; demand light. !
, 0 quote: White corn, job lots. 6854 c; carload
lots, bl tee: mixed corn, job lots, <S2o;carioad lots,
60c. Oats steady; good demand. We quote:
Mixed oats. 40c; carload tots, 44c. Brau. 81 05. ‘‘
Meal. 625.5 c; Georgia grist, per sack. Si 50: grist, j
per bushel, 0754 c.
Hay—Market steady, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote job lots; Western, §1;
carload lots, 90c; Eastern, none; Northern, j
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re- i
ceipts light; dry rtiut, 1554 c: salted. 1114 c; dry !
butcher, 914 c. Wool—Market nominal; prime i
in bales, 2754 c; burry. lOal.'ie. Wax, 18c, Tallow,
3a40. Beer skins, Hint, 20c; salted, 16c. otter
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 45.ki.5c; refined,
Lard—Market is steady; in tierces, 754 c; 501 b
Limk, Calcined Plaster and Cement Ala
bama lump lime Is in fair demand and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel; Georgia. $130; calcined
plaster, Si MB per barrel: nair, Oc: Rnseudale
cement, $1 30: Portland cement, s.i.
Liquors—Full stock: steady demand. Bour
bon, SI 30a5 50: rye. Si .xiati (X); rectified, $1 00a
1 85. Ales unchanged and iu good demand.
Nails Market firm. Fair de
mand. We quote: 3d. $100; 4d and 3d. $3 35;
(?d. 553 10; Set. 85; lul to OOd. s•* 00 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds, Tarragona, 18a20c; Ivteas,
LalSc; walnuts. French, 12c: Naples, 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoauuts.
Baracoa, $5 25 per 100.
Oius—Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, OalOc; lard. 58c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white,
'5/2 ! ': neatsfoot, 65a90c: machinery, 25a30c;
linseed, raw, 47c; boiled, 50c; mineral seal. 16c;
fireproof. 18c; bomelight, 18c.
Onions—Domestic, almost, nominal; Northern
stock sprouty and unreliable, 81 25 per crate;
barrels, $5 50; Bermuda crates. 82 50.
Potatoes—Northern, $2 75a8U0 per barrel;
new, $3 00a5 00.
Peas—Demand light; cow peas, mixed. 75a
80c; clay. 81 OOal 1:5; speckled, 8l OOai 10; black
eye, $1 25al 50; white crowder, $1 50al 7.5.
Prunes—Turkish 5%e; French So.
Raisins—Demand light; market steady; loose
new Muscatel, 82 (X); layers, §2 Oil per box; Lou
dou layers, §2 50 per box.
Shot—Drop, 81 40: buck, SI 65.
Salt— I The demand is moderate and the mar
ket quiet; earioad lots, 65c, fob; job lots.
Sugars—The market is steady; cut loaf, 654 c;
standard A, 654 c; extra C, 554 c; G yellow. se;
granulated. 65ic; powdered, 654 c.
Syrup—Florida aud Georgia Syrups, 38a40c;
the market is quiet for sugurhoti.se at 35a40c;
Cuba straight goods. 28c iu hogsheads; sugar
hotise molasses, 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull, demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, 25ca$l 25; chewing, com
mon, soiuid, 25a30c; fair, 30a35c; medium, 38a
50c; bright, .Via7sc: tine fancy, 85a90c; extra
fine, 90ca$l 10; bright navies, 45a75e; dark
Lumber—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 can only be placed at con
siderably advanced prices. We quote:
Ordinary sizes 313 50(5117 no
Difficult sizes 16 00@2150
Flooring boards 10 00020 50
Shipstutf 18 50@21 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We
700 feet average 8 9 00® 11 00
soo “ “ loooanoo
900 “ “ 11 000,1200
1,000 “ “ 12 004414 00
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average 8 6 00® 7 00
SOO “ “ 7 00® 800
900 “ “ 8 00® 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00010 00
Mill timber 81 below these figures.
Grown fowls q) pair $ 65 @ 80
Chickens, 54 to 94 grown 40 @ 60
Ducks per pair 50 @ 75
Geese pair 75 @1 00
Turkeys $t pair 1 25 @2 00
Eggs, country. 59 dozen 1254® 18
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va„ $ 9>.. ® 654
Peanuts—Hand picked ft lb ® 554
Peanuts—Ga. 44 bushel, nominal. 75 ® 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds V bush. 50 ® 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams y bush 65 @ 75
Sweet pot's, white yams V bush. 40 ® 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy;
demand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown in 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 5, noon.—Consols 102 11-16 for
money, 10254 tor account.
New York, May 5, noon.—Stocks dull but
steady. Money easy at‘4@s per cent. Exchange
—long 84 8654® 1 8654, short 34 8754® 4 8754. State
bonds neglected. Government bonds dull but
sp. m.—Exchange quiet but steady. Money
easy at 354®5 per cent., closing offered at 454
per cent. Sub-Treasury balances—Gold,sl34,B26,-
000: currency. $15,353,(XX). Government bonds
dull but steady; four per cents. 12854; three per
cents. 100. State bonds dull but steady.
There was more business at the Stock Ex
change to-day, and the advance begun yester
day continued. The bears tried to cover. Deal
ings still maintained their professional charac
ter. TJJje improvement was marked on higher
priced stocks, though specialties did not fail to
participate. Rock Island and Forth Worth and
Denver were special features of the day. The
latter advanced 744 per cent, shortly Hfter 11
o'clock on a squeeze of shotts, though insiders
say that the earnings warrant a further ad
vance, and that three of the large roads in that
section are seeking control. Rock Island once
was .354 per cent, above last night’s price, but
part of the improvement was afterwards lost.
The demand is said to arise from the expecta
tion of the issue of new stock to the present
stockholders at par. Northwestern was very
strong, leading the remainder of the active list.
Of specialties, Minneapolis and St. Louis pre
ferred, Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western
common, Terre Haute common and Colorado
Cos. were noticeable for the advances recorded.
The opening was steady to firm, and followed
by moderate business, in which Reading and
New England led. Fort Worth and Denver soon
attracted attention by its unusual strength,
although the entire market was firm tostroag.
Rock Island, however, afterward took the place
of the former. The market, under the lead of
Grangers, showed a steady appreciation of
values, which was accompanied after 12 o’clock
by a marked increase in business. A fractional
reaction was started toward 2 p. in., but was
checked before the close, which was quiet but
steady to linn near the best prices of the day.
Fort Worth seemed to lie 111 full supply at 60,
and after the stock reached that figure there
was no further advance, and a noticeable falling
off in its activity. The business of the day ag
gregated 990.000 shares. Union Pacific is off 54
percent., however, this evening, but all the rest
of the active list are higher, ranging up to on
advance of 7-54 per cent, in Fort Worth and
Denver. The following are the closing quota
Ala class A,‘2 to .5.108 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B. 5s . .11254 cifle, Ist mort... 78
Georgia 7s, mort.. 108 N. Y Central 11354
N. Carolina tis 12154 Norf. AW. pref... 51%
N Carolina 4s ... 98 Nor. Pacific 80
So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref... 6254
consols 1 10)4 Pacific Mail. 565s
Tennessee 0s 77 Reading 45Li
Virginia ds 48 Richmond A Ale.. %
Va. consolidated. 5:1 Richmond * DanvlSO
Ch’jieake A Ohio. 754 Richm'd AW. l't.
Chic. & Northw'll.l22s4 Terminal 39>4
** preferred .150 Rock Island.. 134
Dela., Lack AW. 13734 St. Paul 9254
Erie 3454 “ preferred.. 121
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific 3054
new Spick 1354 Tenn. Coal A Iron. 4354
Lake Shore 9554 Union Pacific 615$
L‘villi’ A Nash.... 6754 N. J. Central 82
Memphis A Char 59 Missouri Pacific... 10854
Mobile A Ohio . 1654 Western Union... 76 4
Nash. A Chatt'a .. 8254 CottonOUTrustcer 5254
Ijverbool, May 5, 110011.— Cotton firm, with
fair demand; middling uplands 5 11-KM. mid
dling Orleans "slid; sales 10,000 bales, for
speculation and export 1,000 bales; receipts
9 Gin Giles -American 0,400.
Futures-Uplands, low middling clause, May
and dune delivery 5 47-64 " 5 46-6ld, June and
July r,-ii4,l. July mid August 5 1964d, Au
gust and S’pteiilUer .5 51-61 • ' > ~u.;IM. September
und October 5 uni. .s 4!-6ld, October and No
vember .1 31-61®) 'd iit l, November at.d Decem
ber 5 ,')2-61<l, September 6 52-01®.5 51-64d.
up. in.—flic sales to-day were 7,iCO bales of
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause. May
delivery 5 45-t Md. value; May and June 5 45-64(1,
value; June aud July 5 80-6ld, sellers; July
am! August 5 47-64 J, buyeißl August and Sep
tember .5 49-61(1, sellers; Heptember and Octob r
5 42-041,buyers; Gctolier and Novemiier .6 32-6ld,
buyers'. November and December 5 30-tMd, buy
erio September 5 30-64d, sellers. Market easy,
Good middling uplands 5 13-IBd. middling iqi
lands 5 11-ltld, low middling uplands 5 9 16d,
good ordinary uplands 5 5-16.1, ordinary uplands
Si: good middling Texas 6 13-10d, middling
Texas 5 11-10(1, low middling Texas 5 9-lGd, good
ordinary Texas 5)4d, ordinary Texas 854i1: gmsl
middling Orleans 554 ii, middling Orleans 554d,
low middling Orleans GHd, g<ssl ordinary Or
leans 5 716(1, ordinary Orleans 554<1-
4-00 p. m.—Futures; DuDiids. low middling
clause. Slay delivery 5 40-641, sellers; May and
June 5 46-641, sclleisi; June and July 5 40-641,
buyers; July and Augusts 48-t Md. sellers: August
and September 5 50-041 seilwn; September and
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1887.
October 5 43-641, sellers; October and November
5 33-641, buyers; November and December,
5 31-64d, latyers: September 5 51-04d. sellers.
Futures closed firm.
New York, May 5, noon.—Cotton oiK’ned
nominal; middling uplands 10 15-l6c, middling
Orleans 1054 c; sales ltiS bales.
Futures—Market firm, with sales as follows:
May delivery 10 71c, June 10 81c, July 10 83e,
August 10 87c. September 10 50c, October 1004 c.
5:00 p. m.—Market closed steady; middling up
lands 10 15-16 c, middling Orleans 11 1 rt c; sales to
day 500 bales; net receipts 10 bales, gross 152
Futures— Market closed barely steady, with
sales of 132,700 bales, its follows: Mav delivery
10 81® HI 82c, June 10 87® 10 88c, July 10 83®
10 84c. August !0 87®10 88c. September 10 47'®
10 48c. October 10 03®] 0 04c, November 9 .88®
9 iXle, December 9 88® 9 BSto, January 9 92®9 94c,
February 9 99®10 00c.
Green & Co.’s report 011 cotton futures says:
‘‘The entire market has been a grand scare over
June. So far os could lie learned, nothing of a
decisive eliaiucter has Is-en done since yester
day, but‘shorts'iu all directipns appeared to
have suddenly made up their minds that next
month was in danger, aud amid much excite
ment there was a rush to cover. The demand
represented Liverpool, New Orleans, local and
Western operators, and the entire move ap
peared very perplexing to the general trade,
especially as other old crop months made only 7
points response. Indeed, about the only posi
tive showing is that June shorts have been sub
jected to a severe squeeze.”
Galveston, May s.—Cotton firm: middling
1054 c; net receipts 51 bales, gross 51; sales
none; stock 10,714 bales; exports, coastwise 2.017
Norfolk, May 5. -Cotton steady: middling
fiw.je; net receipts 38 bales, gross 38; sales 28
bales; stock 8,920 bales; exports, coastwise2B4
Baltimore, May s.—Cotton firm; middling
lie; net receipts none, gross 868 bales; sales
none; stock 4,972 bales; exports, coastwise 365
Boston, May s.—Cotton steady; middling
10<4e; net receipts 66 bales, gross 264; sales
none; stock none.
Wilmington, May s.—Cotton firm: mid
dling 10>56o; net receipts bales, gross —; sales
none; stock 2,198 boles.
Philadelphia, May s.—Cotton firm; mid
dling lie; net receipts 2,223 bales, gr 0552,224;
stock 23,066 bales.
New Orleans,May s.—Cotton steady; middling
1049 c; net receipts 165 bales, gross 165; sales
1,750 bales; stock 132,5.86ba1e5: exports,to Great
Britain 2.570 bales, coastwise 7(M.
Mobile, May s.—Cotton firm; middling
lOtqo; net receipts 25 bales, gross 25; sales 100
bales; stock 2,544 bales; exports, coastwise 2
Memphis, May s.—Cotton firm; middling
1054 e; receipts i'll) bales: shipments 247 bales;
sales 100 bales; stock 23,499 bales.
Augusta, May s.—Cotton firm; middling
10c; receipts 20 bales: sales 344 bales.
Charleston, .May s.—Cotton quiet; middling
lOArc; net receipts 14 bales, gross 14; sales 25
bales; stock 1.344 bales; exports, coastwise 97
Atlanta, May s.—Cotton—middling 10c; re
ceipts 2 bales.
New York, May s.—Consolidated net re
ceipts for all cotton ports to day 3,172 bales; ex
ports, to Groat Britain 3,032 bales, to the conti
nent 580; stock at all American ports 410,533
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, May 5, noon.—Wheat firm; de
mand fair; holders offer sparingly; California
No. 1, Bs®Bs 2d; red Western spring7s Id (UN's 3d,
winter 7s 3<l®7s sd. Corn firm, with fairde
maud; new- mixed Western 4s %a. Beef, extra
India mess 635. Pork, prime mess 675.
New York, May fi, noon.—Flour quiet and
firm. Wheat higher. Corn unchanged. Pork
firm: mess Si 7, old mess sls 50. Lard steady
at $7 25. Freights steady.
5;(X) p, m.—Flour, Southern quiet but firm;
common to fair extra $3 40, good to choice extra
84 10®. 5 25. Wheat advanced 54c. closing firm;
No. 2 red. May delivery 95%®96%c, June 95®
96e. July 9454®9555e. Corn steady and quiet;
options "without change of importance, closing
firm: No. 2, May delivery 485®'. .June 4,354®
48L4CC. Oats a shade better; No. 2, May delivery
3454 c, June 34j14@34V.7c, July Hops
quiet and unchanged; State 6@36c. Codec, fair
Rio firm at Hi%e; options fairly active and
higher; No. 7 Rio, May delivery 15 10@15 25c,
June 15 15016 35c, July 15 30@15 45c. Sugar
steady; refined firm and in fair demand; C i%
@454c, off A 561.554 c, mould A 5%c, confection
ers' A 5 9-18 c, cut loaf and crushed 6 l-10@6;4c,
powdered 554@6c, granulated 5 11-16®.i%c,
cubes 55k@5 15-lOe. Molasses steady und quiet.
Petroleum, crude 6@654c, refined, at all ports,
6%e. Cotton seed 0i1—32@33c for crude, 87(&39c
for refined. Hides quiet but steady. Wool
quiet and steadily held; domestic fleece 30®.37c,
pulled.l4©34c, Texas 9@24c. Pork more active
and firm at sls 50® 16 Oil for old mess, sl6 50®
11 00 for new mess and sl6 50 for family mess.
Beef dull. Beef hams steady. Tierce beef
quiet; city extra India mess 18fel5c. Cut meats
firm; pickled bellies7?4c, pickledshouldprs 7c.
Middles dull and nomiual. 1 .ai' j :l 3@,5 points
higher and fairly active; Western steam $7 27,
June delivery $7 26@7 29, July $7 3154@7 38-
Chicago, May 5. —Whea# opened strong and
bullish, but was about the only thing that
showed any particular firmness. June opened
at 8454 c and sold up to ho',® within 15 minutes.
J une corn opened at 4054 c and eased back to
39540. During the morning, when Kershaw WM
quite an active buyer, a large' number of shorts
came in and helped the bulge along by buying.
The bull element, which is now clearly in the
majority, have until recently been talking $1 15
for wheat some time in the future; at least as
near as on the present crop. Today it was
given out that they had thrown off sc, rnakiug
the price as even $1 10. One of them wax asked
what he expected would make these prices. The
reply was: “Legitimate demand from export
ers. purchases for investment and general do
mestic use; that is, milling interests. There
will also be times whun shorts will want it, as
they did to-day.” Outsiders, it is believed, are
responsible, in part for the present firmness, or
rather strength now prevailing, which is in sym
pathy' with the tone existing in other markets.
Duluth, for instance, made un advance of 15*4
since yesterday. Clearances at seaboard ports
yesterday were not quite up to expectation, but
the export demand is good. After selling at
8554 c June declined to 85c, Inter recovered to the
fi iriner figures and went off again on heavy local
selling, rallied to 8554 c and closed at the outside.
Corn was moderately active,with a weak feeling
early, but afterward ruled steady. It was
rumored early that Western roads were going
to reduce rates, aud this created a general de
sire to sell. As the report was not confirmed,
the feeling was steady. Oats ruled easier. Mess
pork was nominally unchanged. Lard was
stronger early, but gradually settled back and
closed about the same as yesterday. Short ribs
closed a little higher.
The. following were the cash quotations:
Wheat, No. 2 springß3 l ,4®S3s4c, No. 3 spring 75,
No. 2 red 8354 c. Corn, No, 2, 38®3854c. tints,
No. 2. 205 hc. Mess pork $23. lauxi $6 H, i®.
Short rib sides, loose, 87 50@7 55. Dry salted
shoulder*, boxed. $5 !>®6 (X); short clear sides,
boxed, $7 90® 7 95. iVliisky $J 18.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
May delivery... 83 83 : >4 83%
June delivery— RIJ4 855?- 85)4
July delivery ... 84% 85 84(4
May delivery— 88 3854 3854
June delivery.... 1054 40)4 39%
July delivery.... 41% 41% 41%
Mny delivery.... 27% 27% 20 %
June delivery... 28)6 28% 2854
July delivery... 2954 9954 98%
May delivery....s23 no .... ....
June delivery 23 90 ....
Mny delivery $ 6 9'.'54 $6 9254 P’ *7)4
June delivery.... 700 700 695
July delivery.. . 7 0754
May delivery $7 55 $7 60 $7 7>254
Jumf delivery 7 60 7 67'54 7 60
July delivery 7 6154 7 75 7 0754
Baltimore, May s.—Flour fairly active and
firm; Howard street and Western superfine 32 50
@3 10, extra 83 2.i@3 9*, family $4 email@example.com, city
mills Hiiperfln I s 2 •*) ix 3 00. extra $3 25@3 75. Rio
bra tub $1 50j( t 76. Wheat Southern quiet Imt
firm; red 4@'j7e. am’,ler 98®9854c: No. I Mary
land 95c bid; Western firm and higher; No. 2
Western winter red, oil spot, 95®,0554c. Corn—
Southern dull but easy: white .'s)@o2c, yellow
50c: Western quiet Imt steady.
St. Lons. May 5.- Hour very firm, but In
ui'tjve Wheat higher; No. 2 red. cash 8654 c,
May delivery 845410 4554 c. June 84%c. Corn
firm and liigber: cash 364) 37c, May delivery 3flc,
June Oats firm; taunt 2854''. 'lay
delivery 271(0 Did, June 2854 c hid. Whisky
steady at $1 13. l’ruvisi in* very dull.
CitfCTN (Art, May s.—Flour firm. Whoat strong
and higlier: No. "2 red, 84@85c. Cora strong;
No. 2 mixed I'lto:. Oats In good demand and
firmer; No. 2 mixed, 29U;@:Xh'. Provisions un
changed: i’ork sl7. Whisky active but lower
at SI 05. Hogs weak; common and light. $4 15
@5 25, packing and butchers $1 90@5 35. Sugar
New Oni.sANii. May s.—Coffee unchanged;
Rio cargoes, conamon to prime, 15t(ijl8c, Cotton
seed ptvdacts dull and nominal; prime crude
oil 27c offered, summer yellow oil •554<?fr3(lc, cake
aud meal s2ll (X) per long tou. Sugar in good
demand; l/iuisiaua open kettle, good fair to
prime 45R'q sc, go<xl common to fair 454®4%c,
Louisiana ,■ciilrifbg.il*, off white 554 c. prime
yellow clarided 6 7-fiic. seconds 4%,®;4i4c. Mo
lasses steady; Ijouisiaua centrifugals, strictly
prime to faiicy common to good com
mon IHO2ICI f I,
I/iuisvii.ke May 5. —Lrulo quift; Wheat, No.
2 red winter t!2c. Corn, No. 2 white 12540.43,'.
Cats, No. ,2. 1 51A Provisions quiet: Bacon,
shoulders 86 SO, clear rib sides $8 40, clear
sides sß.**' Wess |Kirk‘iibmihal at Sl7. Hams,
loose, sl2 000.13 00. LarMßfahe |kif $8 25®
New York. May 5, u("o|jiß§Pirits tuiT*entine
dull at 3654 e. Rosin dull
5:00 p. m.—Spirits turpjigpfC dull at 36)4c.
Rosin (toietat $1 22>4®1 -
Charleston, May s.—Sptwg* turpentine steady
at 31c. Rosin—good straiiwn ft
Wilrington, Mav s.— Spirits turpentine quiet
at 82. Rosiu steady; strained 80c. good strained
85c. Tar firm at $1 25. Crude turpentine firm;
hard $1 30, yellow dip and virgin $2 20.
New York, May s.— Rice firm.
New Orleans, May 5. —Rice unchanged.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
SrN Rises 5:12
Sun Sets 6:42
High Water at Savannah 7:07 a m 7:38 p m
Friday, May 6, ISBB.
Bark August G Forking filer), Mlehae.lsen,
Dakar, in ballast—S Futman.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY.
Bark Saga (Nor). Jetmundacn, Marufiiam,
Brazil, in ballast—Holst. & Cos.
Bark Kate Camie Xor), Lo,verson, Montevideo,
Bark Bonita (Nor), Olsen, from ,. —
ARRIVED UP FROM QUARANTINE YES
Bark Kmhla (Nor), Muller, to load for Eu’ope
—llolst A Cos.
Steamship Gate City, Hedge, Boston—C G An
Bark Herzogin Anna (fieri, Kriiger, Harbnrg—
Pilot boat Glynn, Brockinton, Nassau. N P, in
Steamer Ethel. Carroll, Cohen’s Bluff and way
landings--W T Gibson, Manager.
Steamship Gate City. Boston.
Bark Esra (Nor), Wilmington. N C.
Bark Flora (Nor). Pooteeloff Harbor.
Schr Susan H Ritchie, New York.
New York, May 3—Cleared, steamship Came
lia (Br), Buck, Brunswick: schr Nathaniel Lank,
Sipple, St Augustine via Sayersville.
Brixhani, May 2—Passed, bark Amaranth
(Nor), Berentsen, Savannali for Hango.
Dublin, May B—Arrived, bark l’raesideut Har
bitz (Nor), Hansen, Darien.
Hamburg, May 3—Arrived, steamship Hatfield
(Br), Bevan, Port Royal,SC.
Montevideo, April s—Arrived, liark Pioneer
(Br). Nicholson, Pensacola.
Rosario, March s—Arrived, brig Olivia A Car
rigau (Br), Lainirig. Havana, with ciu-go ex-bark
John Gibson from Pensacola
Rio Janeiro, April 3—Arrived, liark Heros
(Nor), Thorsen, Bntnswick.
Tousberg, April 25—Sailed, Talisman, for Sa
Lagunyra, April 26—In port, brig Alice (Br),
Ross, from Fernandina.
Nassau, April 19— Arrived, solirs Maliol Dar
ling (Br), Ranger, Jacksonville; 20(b, llattie
Darling (Br), Pearce, Brunswick; 28th, steamer
T.izzie Henderson, Key West, and cleared 29th
for Cat Island.
North Sydney, C B, May 2—Sailed, steamship
Newensle City'(Br). Adams, from Bull River for
Baltimore. May 3—Cleared, schr B F Lee,
Steelman. C’oosaw. S C.
Brunswick, Ga. May 2—Arrived, bark Augusta
(Swl, Meyer, Montevideo; schr R Boners,
Sailed Ist, bark Stella Maria (Sw), Terastrom,
Harwich: 3*l, sciir < )theilo. Bond. Boston.
Beaufort, 8 C, May B—Arrived at Fanner’s
Works (Dale's Creek), schr Jacob M Haskell,
Bath, Me, May 3—Sailed, sehrs E C Allen,
Meady, Philadelphia: Wtlliamlne, Olsen, Suvau
nah: Satilla, Skolfield, Darien. Ga.
Belfast, Me. MayM— Sailed, schr St Johns,
Arrived 2d. schr Palatka, Chaples, Boston, to
load for Jacksonville.
Beverly, Slay B—Sailed, schr Maynard Sum
ner, Avery, Rockland, to load for Jacksonville
or St Augustine.
Pensacola, Slay B—Arrived,- brig Pace Schiaf
fino(ltal), Borzone, Buenos Ayres.
Cleared, liark Barbara Gallino (Ital), Pioncelli,
April 29th, in quarantine, barks Royal Tar
(Br), Johnson, from Aspinwalt; Emilio M (Ital),
Linge, from Buenos Ayres; Principe Amadeo di
Savoia (Ital). from do; Le Grgzie (Ital), Fuller,
from do; Luigi P (Ital). Maglios, from do.
Philadelphia, May 3-Cleared, steamship Viola
(Br), Murray, Pensacoln.
St Augustine. April 39—Sail 'd, schr Ger ; ie M
Rickerson, Anderson, Jacksonville.
New York, Ma) r s—Arrived out, stair Saale,
New York for Bremeu.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Portland, May 2—Notice is given that the bell
buoy off Camden, Me, and the bell buoy off
Sheep Porcupine Island. Bur Harbor, Me. have
been replaced for the summer season, and that
the black spar buoy No 5, marking the north
end of South Ledge, Rockland Harbor, Me, has
lieen permanently replaced by second class can
buoy of the same color and number.
Also I bat the color of the tower at Little River
Light Station, Me. lias iieen changed from white
to lirown. The lantern remains black.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. May 5
—1 ear cattle, 1 car wood, 1 car bills, 53 sacks
peas, 17 bills rice, 77 boxes palmetto, 22 bills pa
per. 397 caddies tobacco, 4tl boxen tobacco, 4
cases (vine, and nnlse.
Per Savannan, Florida and Western Railway,
May 5—16 bales cotton. 46 cars lumber. 2 cars
wood, 2,000 bbls rosin, 1,108 libls spirits turpen
tine, 800 bills vegetables, 1,500 boxes vegetables,
908 libls oranges. 2 bales wool, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad, May 5—500 hales cotton,
79 bales yarn, 42 bales domestics, 13 imles plaids,
II liales aides, 90 pkgs tobacco, 14,942 lbs bacon,
135 bbls spirits tui-peutine, 286 bbls rosin. 257 lbs
fruit, 40 bbls meal, 82 Pales hay, 54 tons nig iron,
16 hf bbls whisky. 1.988 bushels corn, 24 bushels
rice, 75 pkgs furniture and h h goods, 1 car veg
box stuff, 24 cars lumber, 1 car wood, 3 pkgs
wax, 27 bills sugar, 22 pkgs carriage material. 1
car poultry, 8 liales paper stock, 1 car bones 183
pkgs nnlse, 2 pkgs junk, 40 bbls cotton seed oil,
9 bbls paint, 2 cars brick, 28 pkgs hardware, 72
boxes eggs, 1 box soap.
Per steamship Gale City, for Boston—77
bales upland cotton, 164 liales domestics and
varus, ,7 bbls rice, 423 bbls spirits turpentine, 12
bbls rosin, 65,500 feet lumber, 77 bdm hides, 53
boxes oranges, 109 bbls vegetables, 016 crates
vegetables, 18 tons pig iron. 975 pkgs mdse.
Per liark Herzogin Anna (tier), for Harburg—
-3,049 bbls rosin, weighing 1,87(1,045 pounds: 6,000
white oak staves— I’utewn. Downing Jt Cos.
Per steamship Gate City, for Boston—Mrs
M A l'utram. Miss Averell. Mrs Thompson. Mr
and Mrs F A Tilton, 1 1 J Whitehead. Mr and Mrs
D M Fowler, Miss K Hirsch, Miss B Hunch, Mr
and Mrs C R Merrill, J F. Wade, S s Wilniot, Mr
and Mrs.l Leary. Gll Lilly. B E Gorham. Mr
and Mrs J G Sinclair, Mr and Mrs C Baron. Miss
Baron. Miss L Smith, Miss Merrill, Mrs Stevens,
W O Hancock, Geo II Carter, Mr and Mr* 1) O
Balcoinb, il M Stearns, Mr ami Mrs (1 B Tosher,
Mr and Mrs C A Babb, Miss L liaynei, Mrs II
Smith, Mrs Lockwood, Miss Burgess, Miss G
Whitney, Miss W Gillespie, W A Wilmot, S S
Wilmot, Mr and Mrs T B Ellsworth. Mr mid Mrs
G II Frost, Mr and Mis S A Lyon, W li Iteed, A
J Travers, Miss Whitney, Miss N Frost, Miss M
Silver, Miss I Hanley. Mr and Mrs J J Murphy,
Mr anil Mrs A E Keel, Mrs L A Marsh, Miss AT
Z-igler, Miss Jennie Berry, Mis, J Siewnrt. Mis*
N Bales, Mrs E(> Bale., and son. Mr and Mrs L
S Brooks, Mrs Fitfleld. Miss I Davis, L L Brooks,
w H Gardner. E 1’ AldertOU, A M Fitfleld, J
lllnke. Mrs Riley and child, Mrs Dwyer ami sou,
Mrs E L Thatcher, G B DeLue, W Derby. P Ful
lainsliee, E Clifton, Miss A Diu'pee, Miss O llall,
Mr Coster, Mrs Win Council, Miss Ladencr, Miss
'l' Wheatoa, Miss L Wheaton, Mr and Mrs 5V A
Wheaton, J I’ Gully, O X Chase, J O Waiie, U
W Folc, J H Orr, M O Stearue, and 4 steerage.
Per Cliarieston and Savannah Railway. May 5
—G W Tiedeman. A J Miller A Cos, Jim Sullivan
A Cos. M Mendel A Bi n, Smith Bros & Cos, Chos
Atkins, II Myers A Bros, GMHeiat&Co, Geo
Geek, R B Casseis
Per Savannah. Florida mid Western Railway,
May 4-Transfer Office. S (luckenheimer A Soil,
McDonough & Cos, Bacon, J A Co.Reppard A Cos,
Stillwell, 1* & 51, J Rosenheim A Cos, G I, Apple,
W D Stmklns & Cos, J G Nelson & Cos. M Ferst A
Cos, Graham ,V' H. J K Clarke A Cos. L W Stern,
Dale, D A Cos, II Myers A Bros. J W Hinson A
Cos, E Lovell A Son, Gmdy, Del, A Cos, F Entle
man. Herron A G. Butler i S, C siebihard. b W
Tedder, Ellis, Y A Cos. C L Jones, Baldwin A Cos.
J P Williams A Cos, E T Roberts. W C Jackson, J
Ciipeland, Peacock, II A Cos, J G Sullivan A Cos.
Per Central Railroad. May s—Ford 1- Agt.
Jno Flannery A Cos, II 51 Comer A Cos, L ('arson,
Wm Hone A Cos, w I M Her. Freeman AO, JR
Eason, Grady, DeL A Cos, D D Arden, L Pufusel,
T P Bond A Cos. Jno Nieolson Jr, K A Schwarz,
TANARUS" 'ple A Cos, Luddeu A B, M Ferst A Cos, Times.
8 Guckenhelmer A Son, A Loftier, O D Hodges,
Kavmiaugli AH, (1 W Tiedemmi. Kckmau A V,
11 Sheppard. M Y Heii'lerson,o Vogel, D Hogan,
E I/ovefl A Son. Fmnk A Cos, Smith Bros A (Jo,
Mrs McChesney, Epstein A Eiirli h A Km,
II Mvera * Bros. 0 H Cailfti. ThttmAon Keller
Mfg Cos, O V Hooker A Cos, lew Boy were & Cos,
C M Gilbert & Cos, B II Levy* BM, P*m-> A S.
W D Sim kins A Cos, Peaeoak. ft &, t Jo, Persse A
I„ Vale Koval Mfg Cos, J P Williams A Cos, US
Green, Stillwell, P A M. McDonough & t 'o, M S
Baker, Chesuutt A O'N. WC Jaukson. lillis, Y
Per steamship Wm Crane, from Baltimore-
A A A veilin'. Bond. H A E Bendhelm An >s A Cos,
E H Abrahams. Bvek A S BeiukeiuMfcn A Cos,
I, E Byek & Son, B J Oubliedjre, ,1 Cohen, Chas
& Sav Rv, W M Cleveland, C H ('arson, ( lark &
!', A Chisholm..l A Douglas! A CtvCroßnn AD,
Cornwell A C. A Ehrlich A Bro. M Feral A Cos, B
I'uli, ,J Fanjuhai'son, S Gueketinemier A Son, B
(jail. Freeman A O, Grady, Del, A Cos, A B Hull,
ftirsch Bros, G M Heidt ,4 Cos. C F Graham, E \
Ham, J R Halttwanger, B Henry, Kemp, DA
Cos, H D Headman. Knapp A Cos, Lippman Bros,
Lovell A 1,, A Loftier, B H Levy A Bro, N Lang,
S K Lewin, 1' B I .ester, hv Hoy Myers A Cos, It
D McDonnell, D P M verson, Moehleubrock A I),
.1 McGrath A Cos, McDonough A Cos, P Manning,
A J Miller A Cos. Neidlinger A R. A S Nichols, ,1
O'Byrne, ,T G Nelson A Cos, Jno Nicolson Jr, S C
Parsons, Norton A M. Order A B Hull, J Perlin
sk.v, W D Siinklns A Cos, Palmer Bros, Paterson,
D A Cos, K Platahek. N Paulsen A Cos, str Katie,
J S Sihn A Son, Southern Ex Cos, Strauss Bros,
E A Schwarz, II Schroder, Solomons A Cos. stmr
David Clark, stmr Seminole, G W Tiedeman, I.
.1 '"ate. Teeple A Cos, It F Elmer, .1 B West A Cos,
Vale Royal Mfg Cos, Weed A 0, D Weisbein,, St
J R You go.
now—the time to mmmT
\CTIVE fluctuations in the Market offer op
portunities to speculators to make money
in Grain, Stocks, Bonds and Petroleum. Prompt
personal attention given to orders received by
wire or mail. Correspondence solicited. Full
information about the markets in our hook,
w hich will Im' forwarded free on application.
11. D. KYLE. Banker and Broker,
as Broad and 34 New Sis.. New York City.
A. 1.. IIARTRIDGE,
I) UYS AND BELLS on commission all classes
> of Stocks ami Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York Quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. GUMMING.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
-ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago and Liverpool Exchanges.
lfl COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
r |fRANSACT a regular banking business. Give
I particular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New York, New Orleans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Fla. Resident Agents for Coutts A Cos.
and Melville, Evans A Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
Famous "Belle of Bourbon”
Is death to Malaria, Chills ntnl Fever, Typhoid
Fever. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Surgical
Fevers, Blood Poisoning, Consumption,
Sleeplessness or Insomnia, aitd
Dissimulation of Food.
X O YEARS OLD.
ABSOLUTELY PURE. NO FUSEL OIL.
IN PRODUCING OUR BELLE ofBOURBONT
WE USE ONLY THE FLINTY OR HOMINY WRTOETHE GRAIN
THUS FREEING IT OF FUSEL OIL BEFORE IF IS DISTILLED
THE GREAT APPETIZER
Louisville, Ky., May 22. 1880
This will certify that I have examined the
Sample of Belle or Bourbon VVhihkv received
from l-awrenoe. Ostium A Cos., and found the
same to l>e perfectly fret: front Fusel Oil and all
other deleterious Substances and strictly pure.
I cheerfully recommend the same for Family
and Medicinal purposes. J. P. Barnum. M. I>.,
Analytical Chemist, Louisville, Ky.
For sale by Druggists, Wine Merchants and
Grocers everywhere. Price, $1 25 per bottle.
If not fouud at the above, half dozen bottle*
in plain lxixes will lie sent to any udriresx in the
United States on receipt of SO. Express paid to
all points east of Missouri river.
LAWRENCE, OSTIIOM (t CO., Louisville, Ky.
At Wholesale by 8. GUOKENHFJMER A SON,
Wholesale Grocers; LIPPMAN BROS.. Whole
sale Druggists, Savannah, Ga.
COMM 18810'S' M ERCHA NT'S.
11l YEARS EHTAnUSHF.iI.
G. S. PALMER,
Wholesale Commission Merchant.
SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY.
106 lteade Street, New York.
Consignments solicited and returns made
promptly. Stencils and Market reports furnished
RufkfiEncek'.—Chatham National Bank, Thur
ber, Whyland A Cos., New York. Also, Banks
and established Produce Merchants of New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston.
W. I>. 11 I \I I N ,■
U N DERTAKER
DLAI.r.II IN ALL MINIM OF
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
43 Bull street. Residence 59 Liberty street.
Bacon, Johnson & Cos.
Have a fine stock of
Oak, Pine, Lightwood and Kindling,
Corner Lilierty and East Broad streets.
For Family Trade.
riFTOICE SWEET OIL, BOTTLED CIDER,
Vz Choice FAMILY FI,OUR in half barrels,
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA CHOICE TEA.
FRED- M. HU LI
l. a. McCarthy,
Successor to Chas. E. Wakefield,
PLUMBER, GAS and STEAM FITTER,
48 Barnard stredt, SAVANNAH, GA.
U l EKIEND In need is a friend Indeed." If
j\ you have a friend send him or her the
SAVANNAH WEEKLY NEWS; it only coats
$1 25 for a year.
NO W It 12 AU Y
AT KROUSKOFF’S -
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 new milli
nery goods. Our retailing on the first floor at wholesale prices
enables us to sell our goods far below any competition, and
Indies 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. KRODSKOFF’S MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOUSE.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
In order to reduce our Immense stock of goods, we inaugurate a
series of Bargain Sales, and have placed on our Centre
Tables the following lots of genuine bargains:
rfAT 'VF/'Y 1_.300 pairs Ladies' Kid Hand-sewed Opera Slippers, full leather A.-,
/ I if V r , 1 lined, box toes, sold everywhere at 75c., we offer at M"o
I / v r f' 'Vf / \ pairs Ladles' Kid Hand-Hewml Lace Oxfords, full leather lined, (|| 1,,
1 2" t i if U. - box toes, sold everywhere at $! 25, we offer at Jl(b
1/ VE "VT / \ o J pairs Youths’ Glove-Grain Sewed Button Boots, with Sole djj |.) v
jv " 1 iff /. • Leather Tlir and all solid, regular price $1 75, we offer at a*f
I / \ r P Vi 1 J __lso pairs Ladles’lß-Threod Serge Tops, Kid Fox Polished, all and& f *> v
liv / I av* I. t solid, sizes 1 : to 7s, regular price $1 75, we re/luce to 781 .>,)
Id Vl' V/ \ P__B4 pairs Ladies' 18 Thread Serge To|>s, Kid Fox Button, worked button
A/ I if ‘/# • holes, all solid, sixes Is to 7s, regular price $2 85, we offer | - 1|
I / Vl' Y( 1 -t SB pairs Misses' Pebble Goat Button Boots, liest oak leather Hoiks (a
1>" / I Iff "• ") Hplendld school shoe), all solid, never sold at less than $2, J. j |
Id Vl' 'V'/ \ pairs Misses’Curaeoa Kid Button Boots, worked button I**l DJI
i* ‘ 1 AU. 1 holes, box toes, always sold at $2 75, reduced to 7/ v/fy
Id Vp 'VT/A o__ll2 pairs Ladies' Best Curacoa Kid 4 Button Newjiorts, box toes,
JVz 1 V 7 . O Morrow's New York make, sold heretofore at SB, we re- db / 1 , |
Id Vl' Kf ( \ (i pairs Ijuiles' Curfwoa Kill and Pelitile Goat Button Boots, an assorted
J\ / A if V/ 7 lot, manufactured by Haller, Lewin & Cos. and Zeigler Bros., of
Philadelphia, always sold at $2 75 and $3, we offer any in dh *) /Wi
this lot at 8d25
We have four more lots on our Oentre Tables, among them lAlrd, Sehohet A Mitchell’s French
Kid Button Boots, sold heretofore at $0 50, reduced to $5, and a lot of Zeigler's Ladies’ an'l .MisaetfJ"
Laced and Button It sits, a miscellaneous lot of tirokeu sizes, ull at the uniform price of $1 50. M
Early callers will have the best choice.
Jos. Rosenheim & Col
135 BROUGHTON STREET.
Carden and Street Sprinkling,
WITH PATENT NOZZLES.
All Sizes and Prices.
—FOß SALK BY
John Nicholson, Jr.,
30 AND 32 DttAYTON STREET,
Garden Hose Reels.
Magic Spray Nozzles.
—FOR KALE LOW BY
M A( HINKRY.
JT W. TYNAN,
Engineer and Machinist,
Corner West Broad and Indian Ktreets.
ALL KINDS OF
MACHINERY, BOILERS, Etc.,
MADE AND REPAIRED.
STEAM PUMPS, GOVERNORS. INJECTORS
Steam Water Fitting^
OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE.
CRAIN AM) PROVISIONS. |
White Gore, ffiiiefl Cora,
PEAS FOR PLANTING 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.,
155 Hay Street. __
FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN L PROVISION DEALER.
Jr'RESH MEAL and OKiTS In white sacks, and
mill stuffs of all kinds always on hand.
Georgia raised SPANISH PEANUTS, also PEAS,
any variety. Kixs-lal prices on large lots.
Office, trf Bay street. Warehouse, No. 4 Wad
ley street, on line C. R. R., Savannah, Ga.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOB
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