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OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah. Ga., Mar 13, IK. 7
General RBMAiuw-The general market con
(irntos very (lull in pretty nearly all branches of
tradf. There was no direct demand from any
particular quarter, and there was nothing in the
movement of interest, the volume of
tr<l de being exceedingly light. The
grocery trade has shown the most indi
cations of anything like business, and there
was a fairly steady inquiry for the loading
staples, the feature of the week being the heavy
advance in coffees. In dry goods there was
dull, stupid market throughout the week just
,•] ised. iu all the other departments there is
little or nothing to add to previous reports, and
trade moves along very sluggishly and not in
the same proportions as was anticipated
at this time of the year. Collections
are far from being satisfactory. The money
market has again become rather stringent, aid
th-re is an insufficiency for borrowers’ wants.
Exchange, both foreign and domestic, is dull
and unchanged. The security market was com
paratively quiet in pretty much the whole list,
but with a firm undertone. The following re
view of the week's business shows the tone and’
latest closing prices in the different markets to-
Naval Stores— The market for spirits tur
rvntine was fairly firm throughout the week
find prices were marked up fully H£e. Tue
inquiry was quite steady, so that holders were
hi,ld to maintain the advance. The sales for
the week were fully 8,000 casks, ’while
the export movement was fairly
large Rosin—The market was son e
wha' irregular and prices unsettled, decliuin -
in the early part of the week, but toward its
~iA o P thev were advanced all around. The sales
for the week were about 11,000 barrels. In
another column will be found a statement of re
ceipts ami exports from the opening of the
s -ason to date, and for the same time last year,
showiii” the stocks on hand and on shipboard
not cleared, together with the official closing
quotations of to-day.
j> ICK -\vi ile business lias not shown much
volume during last week, there was a
good steady demand, but the offerings were ex
cessively light, with a very firm feeling, at a
slight advance in values. Really prime stock
iviH bring a further advaneo on current quota
tions. The sales fc- the week were about 1)50
barrels at about quotations:
Good * &
Tide water 90<q>l 10
CorroN— There was nothing new in this mar
ket during last week, and it was a very dull and.
listless one throughout, with no indications of
anv change in the positions of either buyer or
seller As the season progresses business be
comes beautifully less. There is, in fact, only a
nominal feeling prevailing. The receipts
are quite light, and the very small
stock on the market prevents any extensive
buying. The total sales for the week were only
106 bales. The following are the official spot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 10 13-16
Good middling 10 9-16
Middling 16 6-16
Low middling 10 1-16
Good ordinary 9 9-16
Sea Island— The receipts for the week up to
4p. m., as reported by factors, were 16 bags,
and the sales for the same period 410 bags,
leaving the stock at 1,388 bags. Holders have
sold to a somewhat fuller extent the past week.
Prices ruled very uniform and steady, though
some grades incline easier. The above business
was based on the following quotations:
Common Georgias and Floridas... 14 @1534
Good medium I~*4@lß
Medium fine 1834@
F.ztra fine 3U^@2l
Choice 22 @—
The receipts of cotton at this port from all
sources the past week were 1.457 bales of up
land and 16 bales sea island, against 5,184 bales
of upland and 17 bales sea island last year.
The particulars of the receipts have been as
follows: Per Central railroad. 1,237 bales up
land; per Savannah, Florida and'Western raft
way, 18 bales upland and 16 bales sea island; per
Savannah river steamers, 202 bales upland.
The exports for the week were 3,537 bales up
land and 68 bales sea island: To New York, 1,988
bales upland and 56 bales sea island; to Balti
more, 1,158 bales upland and 6 bales sea
Island: to Philadelphia. 127 hales upland; to
Boston, 204 bales' upland and 6 bales sea
The stock on hand to-day was 2,974 bales up
land and 1,288 bales sea island, against 16,352
bales of upland and 3,699 bales sea island last
Comparative Statement of Net Receipts, Exports and Stocks of Cotton to the Following Places
to Latest Dates.
■ Stock on
Received since Extorted since Sett. 1, 1886. hand and on
PORTS. September Ist. : Shipboard.
Great | O'th F'n Total C'stunse
1880-87 | 18S5-8G : Britain.‘ France. Forts. Foreign. Parts. 18S7. 1886.
New Orleans Muy IT 1,705,821, 1,675.976' 704,597 318,001 358,218 1,380.819 329,154 126,528 133.820
Mobile May 13 211,691 342,421 j| 46,807 46.807 171,892 ) 2.231 25,263,
Florida May 18| 17,801 19,154, 17,861 1 1
Texas May 13' 705,169! 091,0291: 255,546 30,852 101,145 390.043 315,108,, 9.057 373.43 s
Savannah I Upland.. May I3| 704,352 754.645; 2*1,891 18,618 243,900 485,999 282,299- 2,974 16.85*'
: savannah } Js’d. ..May 18| 26,671 28,914 1 1,744 1,741 26,4191 1,288 3,091,'
Charleston J Upland.. .May 13| 386,202! 472,210;: 89,979 43,8021 143,436 270,977 103.292 | 495 21.258 - ,
r aneston -j Ig , and May 0; 7,792! 7,518! 825 10 885 7.764: t| 3 244]
North Carolina May 13| 134,198 99,801' 90,823; 7,960 10,857 109,610 18,988* 2,152 5 028'
Virginia May 131 841,314 793,202 ! 419,6501 2,150 12.300 434,100 216,931' 8,819 ffi’l92!
New Y'ork May 18| 81.910 02.6'17!i 442,605 40.21i| 208.070 CU0.892 230 6=o ‘"**’4B1'
other ports May 13j 280J5S 208,430jj 288,374 | 8,7251 33.418 330,547 • 15,009 58,'338i
| * vJd, 115*
3 Comparative Cotton Statement
Of Gross Receipts, Exports anii Stock on Hand, May 13, 1387,’
and for the Same Time Last Y'ear.
1886-7. j 1885-6.
; Sea I j Sea j
j Island. l Upland. Island.. Upland. 1
1-Stock on hand September 1 . 1,149; 4.304 551 J 3,298 1
j'Received this week 10,' 1.457 17; 5,184
ijßeceived previously 27,28C> 760,177 23)231: 755,212;
j Total •. _ 28. 151 j 77!, 938 23.793! 763.094 j
1 Exported this week 68; 3,537' I sdj TVtBl:
j Exported previously 27,035' 765,427 | 20,050: 73B.sC];
j Total _27.165 ( ' rSB,96ljj 20,100 717.312
Stock on hand and on ship
i board May 13 1 1.28J' 2.974 1 3.61-9 16,352.
UVERPOOI, movement for the week endinq
**' 13, 1887, AND FOR THE CORKKSPONUINO
WEI- op 1880 AND 1885:
„ 1887. 1886. 1885.
S’ 1 '"* or the week... 40.00) 41.000 84,000
fspurter* took 3,800 1,200 2,700
JP 1 ' 1 ulators took I,‘MO 1.800 1.100
Total stock 982.000 635.901) 978.0iW
cl which American. 768.000 459,000 701,000
ri Import* for week. 70.000 39,000 33,000
vi which American.. 37,000 28.000 29,<XX>
Actual exports 15.3X1 10,7iX) 9.7(X1
Amount, afloat 909,1X10 258.000 181,000
Uf which American. 1K.0U9 170.000 7U,tno
w noo 5-kid 5!-5d 6 13 10-1
Movements of Cotton at Interior Points,
giving receipts and shipments for the week end
ing May 13 and stock o"n hand to-night, and for
the same time last year:
/—Week ending May 13,
Receipts. Shipments. Stocks.
Augusta in 4,806
Columbus 04 173 2,008
4 27 80
Macon 2 12 3SO
Montgomery 43 70 863
Selma 41 jfji
Memphis 858 6,33-i 16,032
Nashville 50 290 1,721
Total 1.170 B.IAH 26.188
<—JVoek ending May 14,
Receipts. Shipments. Stocks.
Augusta 400 1,152 15,601
Columbus 158 812 4 125
5? me 77 200 1,447
Jlacon 80 25 1 797
Montgomery 396 1.937 3,057
Selma 216 658 3,836
Memphis 1,481 5,1552 59571
Nashville 736 200 2,499
- Total 3,494 10,636 91.993
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT SHOWS THE NET RE
CEIPTS AT ALL PORTS FOR THE WEEKS ENDING
MAY 13 AND MAY C, AND FOR THIS WEEK LAST
This Last Last
. Week. Week. Year.
Galveston 1.35 479 2,531
New Orleans 8,895 4 004 12 100
Mobile 122 135 2,534
Savannah 1,457 1,561 5,256
Charleston 97 9 65 4,502
Wilmington 102 94 626
Norfolk 558 347 4,506
New Y'ork no 974 280
Various 5,198 5,952 4,6:50
Total 12,562 12,911 36,965
CONSOLIDATED COTTON STATEMENT FOR THE WEEK
ENDING MAY 13, 1887.
Receipts at all U. S. ports this week.... 12,562
Jj>.st year 86,965
Total receipts to date 5,172,139
laist year 5,102,054
Exports for this week 14,718
Same week last year 67,133
Total exports to date 4.163,507
Last, year 3,099,486
Stocks at all United States ports 390,050
Last year 615.115
Stock at all interior towns 20.508
Last year 90,540
Stock at Liverpool 982,000
Last year 635,000
American afloat for Great Britain 32,000
Lust year... 17,000
J isible Supply of Cotton.—Below we give
the table of visible supply, as made up by cable
and telegraph for the Financial and Commer
cial Chronicle to May 0. The continental
stocks, as well as those of Great Britain and the
afloat, are this week's returns, and consequently
all the European figures are brought down to
Thursday evening. But to make the totals the
complete figures for May 6 we add the items of
exports from the United States, including in it
the exports of Friday only.
Stock at Liverpool 971,000 649,000
Stock at London 15,000 22,000
Total Great Britain stock ... 986.000 671,000
Stock at Hamburg 4.000 5,800
Stock at Bremen 51,200 44,000
Stock at Amsterdam 3! .000 28,000
Stock at Rotterdam 300 400
Stock at Antwerp 1,200 1,700
Stock at Havre 268,000 152,000
Stock at Marseilles 3,000 6,000
Stock at Barcelona. 50,000 75.000
Stock at Genoa 8,000 14,000
Stock at Trieste. | 11,000 3,000
Total continental stocks 433,700 329,900
Total European stocks 1,419,700 1,000,900
India cotton afloat for Europe.. 328,000 238.000
American cotton afloat for Eu
rope 172,000 288,000
Egy pt, Brazil, etc., afloat for
Europe 50.000 17.000
Stock in United States ports... 412,576 655,803
Stock in U. S. interior towns.. 68,202 203,673
United States exports to-day.. 3,660 17,611
Total visible supply 2,452,138 2,420,487
Of the above, the totals of American and other
descriptions are as follows:
Liverpool.. 776,000 472,000
Continental stocks 315.000 248.000
American afloat for Europe... 172,000 288,000
United States stock 412,576 655,303
United States Ulterior stocks.. 68,202 203,673
United States exports to-day.. 3,660 17,611
Total American 1,747,488 1,884,587
Total East India, etc 704,700 535,900
Total visible supply 2,452,138 2,420,487
The imports into continental ports this week
have been 60,000 bales.
The above figures indicate an increase in the
cotton in sight to date of 31.651 bales as com
pared with the same date of 1886, an increase of
110,034 bales as compared with the correspond
ing date of 1885, and a decrease of 275,183 bales
as compared with 1831.
India Cotton Ylovemext.—The following is
the Bombay statement for the week and year,
bringing the figures down to May 5:
BOMBAY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS FOR FOUR
Shipments this week—
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1887 :.... 14,000 40,000 54,000
1886 40,000 21,000 61,000
1885 18,0(10 32,000 50,000
1884 21,tW0 24,000 45,000
Shipments since Jan. 1—
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1887 197,0 G) 437,000 6:14.000
1886 187,000 885,000 572,000
IRBS 129.000 286,000 415,000
1884 829,000 445,000 774,000
Receipts — This week. Since Jan. 1.
1887 68,000 1,003.000
1886 49,000 877,000
1885 57,000 619,000
1884 73,000 1,034,000
According to the foregoing, Bombay appears
to show an increase compared with last year iu
the week’s receipts of IO.uOO bales, and a de
crease iu shipments of 7,000 bales, and the ship
ments since Jan. 1 show an increase of 62,000
Money Jlarkbt—Jloney is active, with an in
sufficient supply for borrowers.
Domestic ’ Exohanoß—Steady. Banks and
bankers are buyingVight drafts at par and sell
ing at Vs per cent, premium.
Foreion Exchange—The market is dull but
firm. Commercial demand. $4 87; sixty days,
4 85)6; ninety days, $4 84)4: francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 23)6; Swiss,
$5 22VJ; marks, sixty days, 90.
Securities—Securities very quiet, with some
little inquiry, for Augusta and Knoxville railroad
bonds and Central railroad debentures.
stocks and bonds.
State Bonds— Bid. Asked.
New Georgia 4)6 per cent bonds.. 106)4 107
Georgia new 6s, 1889, January and
July coupons 103 104
State of Georgia gold quarterlies. 108)4 100)4
Georgia Smith's, maturity 1896,
ex-mterest 122 123
At tanta 6 per cent 108 110
Atlanta 7 per cent 118 121
Augusta 7 per cent 115 118
Augusta 6 per cent 108 110
Columbus 5 per cent 100 105
Jlacon 6 per cent 11l 112
New Savannah 5 per cent, quar
terly, July Wl 105
New Savannah 5 per cent, quar
terlv, August coupons 103)4 161)4
Savannah. Florida anil Western
Railroad general mortgage
bonds, 6 tier cent interest cou
pons .... HO 113
Atlantic and Gulf first mortgage
consolidated 7 per cent, eoiipuiß
January and July, matiu-ity
1897... HO 131
Central consolidated mortgage?
per cent, coupons January and
July, maturity 1893 113)4 114
Georgia Railroad 0s 103 110
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
first mortgage 113 114)4
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
second mortgage 112 113
Mobile and Girard, second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, cou
pons January and July, maturi
ty 1889, ox-intorost _ 105 106
Marietta and North Georgia first
mortgage 6 per cent 101 102
Jlontgomery and Ktifaula first
mortgage indorsed 6 jMjr cent 109 110
Western Alabama second mort
gage indors ’d H ihm- cent, cou
pons October, maturity 1390 103 109
South Georgia and Florida in
dorsed 118 119
South Georgia and Florida sec
ond mortgage 118 115
Ocean Steamship 6 percent bonds,
guaranteed by Central Railroad 105)4 198
Gainesville, Jefferson and South
ern Railroad, first inOl .gage,
guaranteed 118)4 180
Gaines'file. Jefferson and South
oni, not guaranteed 115 110
Gainesville, Jefferson and South
ern, second mortgage, guuran-
1 115 116
Columbus and Rome, first indors
ed 6s .. 108 109
Columbus and Western 6 per cent
first guaranteed. 108’)4 109)4
Augusta and Knoxville railroad 7
)vr cent first mortgage boiidj.. 109)4 111 !
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1887.
City and Suburban Railroad, first
mortgage 7 jwr cent bombs 103 110
Railroad Stock —
Augusta and Savannah, 7percent
guaranteed 136 137
Central common 124 124
Georgia common, ex-dividend ... 190 195
Southwestern, 7 cent, guaran
teed, ex-dividend.. lSilj 132
Central, 6 per cent certificates .. 10-1 104)4
Atlanta and West Point railroad
stock 113 115
Atlanta and West Point 6 peroeut
certificates 105 106
Rank Si'irks —
Southern Bank of tho State of
Georgia 195 300
Merchants’National Bank 155 160
Savannah Bank and Trust Com
pany 91 96
National Bank of Savannah 117 ....
Cku Stocks -
Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
dividend 21-34 22
Mutual Gas Light 2) 23
Augusta Factory 6s 104 ....
Sibley Factory us 104 ....
Enterprise Factory 6s KG
Factory Stocks -
Eagle and Phoenix Manufactur
ing Company lot 102
Augusta Factory 112
Gran iteville Factory 140 ....
Langley Factory 105
Enterprise Factory Company 45 ....
Enterprise Factory, preferred 110 ....
J. P. King Manufacturing Com
pany 101)4 ....
Sibley Manufacturing Company .99
Naval Stores.—The receipts for the past,
week have been 5,027 barrels spirits turpentine
and 10,905 barrels rosin. The exports were 6,187
barrels spirits turpentine and 9,928 barrels rosin,
moving as follows: To New York. 3.810 barrels
rosin and 2,217 barrels spirits turpentine; to Bal
timore, 500 barrel;: spirits turpentine and 2,809
barrels rosin; to Boston, 355 barrels spirits tur
pentine; to Philadelphia, 215 barrels spirits tur
pentine and 107 barrels rosin; to the interior, 499
barrels spirits turpentine and 95 barrels rosin:
to London, 2,371 barrels spirits turpentine and
3,102 barrels rosin. The following are the Board
of Trade quotations: Rosin—A, B, C. Dsl 10, E
! 15, F $1 20, G SI 25, H $1 30. I $1 50. K $1 65,
51 $1 85, N $2 15, window glass §2 55. water
white $2 90. Spirits turpentine—regulars 31)4
Receipts, Shipments and Stock from April 1,
1886. to date, and for the corresponding date
, 1886-7 , , 1885-6 ,
Spirits. Rosin. Spirits. Rosin.
On hand April 1.. 2,543 77,408 2,116 61,821
Rec'dthis week.. 5.627 10,905 5,078 11,784
Hec’d previously. 17,625 46,265 13.732 33,553
Totals 25,705 134,578 20,926 107,158
Shipments: Foreign —
Bristol 250 8,020
Buenos Ayres 1,500
Garstou Dock 2,200
Glasgow .... 6,425
Liverpool .... 3.176
London 2,871 8,571 .... 1,617
Pootceloff Harbor 10,900 .... 8,188
orders 1,968 573
Rotterdam 8,407 1,200 900
Baltimore 1,676 6,811 2,415 6,077
Boston 1,780 421 1,994 1,885
Philadelphia 982 288 1,255 1,087
New York 6.-858 24,527 4,735 11,790
Interior towns.... 3,044 167 1,983 74
Total shipments.. 19,17 9 79,009 13,832 59,734
Stock on hand and
May 13 6,616 55,569 7,094 47,434
Bacon—Market steady: demand good; smoked
clear rib sides, 9Wc; shoulders, 7c; dry salted
clear rib sides, 8)40 ; long clear, 8)£c ; shoulders,
GWe: hams, 12j^c.
Baqoino and Ties—Market quiet. Wo quote:
Bagging— 2)4 Ills. 9pjc; 2 lbs, 8)qc ; 1-K lbs, 7%c,
according to brand and quantity. Iron ties—
Arrow, §loo@l 05 per bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in re
tail lots a fraction higher.
Bitter—Market steady: oleomargarine, 14@.
16e; choice Goshen, 18c; gilt edge, 3k:; cream
Cap.baoe—Florida, S2 00@2 50 per barrel; sup
ply fair; near-by crop coming in.
Coffee—The market is strongand advancing.
We quote for small lots: Ordinary, 17c; fair,
18c; good, 18)4c; choice, 19c; peaberry,
Cheese—Market higher and advancing; good
demand; stock light. 'We quote: ll@lsc.
Dried Fruit—Apples, evaporated, 13c;peeled,
7c; peaches, peeled, 19c; uni>eeled, s@7c; cur
rants, 7c; citron, 25c.
Dry Goods—The market is firm: business
fair. We quote: Prints, 4(§)6c; Georgia brown
shirting, 3-4, lb,e; 7-8 do. 5)4e; 4-4 brown sheet
ing, ti)4c; white osnaburgs, B@9c; checks,
6J4@7e; yarns, 85c for best makes; brown drill
Fist:—We quote full weights. Mackerel—
No. 1, $7 50@10 00; No. 3, half barrels, $6 00<p>
7 00; No. 2, $7 505i,8 50. Herring-No. 1,20 c;
scaled, 25e: cod. D@Bc.
Flour—Market weak; demand moderate.
We quote: Superfine, $3 50; extra, $4 00@4 25;
fancy, $5 00@5 15; choice patent, $5 30@5 75;
family, $4 Go@4 75.
Fruit—Lemons—Stock full and demand fair.
YVe quote; $3 50@4 00. Oranges—Market fully
supplied; demand lighter; Florida*, $2 00@2 50.
Apples—Scarce and poor; good shipping stock,
$4 50@5 00 per barrel.
Grain—Corn -Market steady; demand light.
We quote; White corn, job lots, 650; carload
lots, 63'4c; mixed corn, job lots, 64c; carload
lots, 62)5c- Oats steady; good demand; We
quote: Mixed oats, 46c; carload lots, 44c. Brau,
Si 15. Meal, 65c; Georgia grist, per sack,
§1 50; grist, per busbel, 70c.
Hay—Marker steady, with a fair demand;
•stock ample. We quote job lots; Western, $1;
carload lots, 90c; Eastern, none; Northern,
Hides, Wood, Etc.—Hide*—Jlarket dull; re
ceipts light; dry flint, 1314 c; salted, UJ4C; dry
butcher, OVbo. Wool—Market nominal; prime
in bales, 27)£c; burry, 10@15c. Wax, 18c. Tal
low, B@4c Deer skins, flint, 20c; salted, 16c.
Otter skins, 50c@$4 00.
Iron—Market Ihm; Swede. 4)4@5c; refined,
Lard—Market is steady; in tierces, 7(4c; 501 b
Lime, Calcined Pi.astf,r and Cement—Ala.
bam a lump lime is in fair demand end i* selling
at $1 1 per barrel; Georgia, 1 30; calcined pias
ter. Si 85 per barrel; hair. sc; Roseiulule cement,
$1 .GO; Portland cement, 83.
Liouors-Full stock; steady demand. Bour
bon. $150@5 50; rye, §lso@o 00; rectified,
$1 00@1 35. Ales unchanged and in good de
Naii-k Jlarket firm. Fair demand. We
quote: 3d. 84 00 : 4d and sd, 83 35; Gd, B*3 10; Bd,
$2 85; lOd to 60d, $2 60 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds, Tarragona, ISTrlOc; Ivlcas,
17@1!xt; walnuts, French, 12c; Naples, 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa, $5 25 per 100.
Oil*—Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c: West Virginia b!a<?k, WO. 10c; lard, 58c;
headliglit, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white,
13)4c; neatsfoot, 65090 c; maebinery, 25@30e;
linseed, raw, 45c; boiled. 48e; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18c: homeliglit, 18c.
Onions—Bermuda crates, $2 05@2 50.
Potatoes—Very scarce. Northern, $2 75@3 00
per barrel; new, 8.3 00@3 00; crates, Si 250,1 75.
I’E ts—Demand light; cow peas, mixed," 7."sia
80c; clay, $1000115; speckled, $100@ll(i;
black eye, $1 25@1 50; white crowdcr, $1 50@
Prunes —Turkish .534*’; French, Bc.
Raisins—Demand light.; market steady; loose
new Muscatel, $2 00; layers, $2 00 per box; Lou
don layers $2 25 per l>ox.
Shot— Drop, $1 40; buck, 81 65.
Salt The demand is moderate and the mar
ket quiet; carload lots, 65c. fob; job lots,
Suoaus—The market is dull; cut loaf, I'A^c;
standard A, 6)4c; extra C, SWc; 0 yellow, be;
granulated, 6)ac; powdered, iv:.
Kvßt'P—Florida and Georgia Syrup*. 38@40<’;
tlis- market is quiet for sugarliou-e at3sfh 9>c;
i nbn atruiglit'good*, 23c iu bogsbead*; sugar
liouse molasses. 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull moderate.
Wo quote; Smoking, 2kGt?l 25; chewing, com
mon, sound, *s@3i>o; fair, ;k8 i3V: medium, 38@
5K'; bright, bOip.TOc; line fancy, 85 ./,90c; extra
fine, OtVcfri.Sl 10; bright navies, 45@75c; dark
Lumber—The demand from the West contin
ues goes!; coastwise uml foreign inquiry is also
fairly active. Ihices for average schedule* are
firm at quotations, with some advance, while
difficult, schedule* can only he phwod at con
siderablv advanced prices. Wo quote:
Ordinary sizes $!3 50@17n0
Difficult sizes 10 000621 80
I'Yisiring istards 16 006720 50
Hhipslutf 18 506)211 50
Timber—Jlarket dull and uumiiial. We
700 feet, average $ 9Oo@ll 00
boo “ “ i lOOOiifdl 00
900 “ “ 11 00ri<t 209
1,000 “ " 13 00® 14 00
.shipping timber in the raft—
-700 f.-et average $ 6 00@ 7 00
800 •• " 7 00G,8 00
non *• 8 00® 9 00
1,000 •• “ 9 60*10 00
Jlill timber >t below these figure*.
Lumber—By Sail—'There is a good demand
for coastwi.su tonnage at full figures. Freight
limits ure from S3 to §6 25 from
this and the near Georgia ports to the t’hesa
peake ports, Philadelphia, New York, Sound
ports and eastward. Timber. 50e@$l higher
than lumber rates. To the s\est Indies and
windward, nominal; to South America, $13@14;
to Spanish and Mediteranean ports, 811/ 12;
to-United Kingdom for orders, timber. 27®.285;
lumber. £8 15s. Steam—To New York, ?7; to
Philadelphia, $7; to Boston,
Naval Stores -Dull. Foreign—Cork, etc.,
for orders, 2s 10)£d, and, or 4s; Adriatic, rosin,
3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s 10)£d. Coastwise-Steam—
To Boston, 50c on resin, SI on spirits; to New
York, rosin, 50c, spirits, 80c: to Philadelphia,
rosin, 80c, spirits, 80c; to Baltimore, rosin, 30c,
Cotton—By Steam—The nuirket is steady;
offering tonnage iu good supply.
Liverpool via New \ork R tu 5-16d
Liverpool via Baltimore $ lh )4d
Antwerp via New York U lb hid
Havre via New York R lb -Kc
Bremen via New York 7) lb 11 te
Reval via New York V A U-32d
Bremen via Baltimore lb -He
Amsterdam Via New York "2 ri 66c
Genoa via New York $1 tt> S*d
Boston bale; 1 35
Sea Island bale 175
New York Whale 1 85
Sea Island bale 1 .35
Philadelphia W bale 1 85
Sea Island bale 135
Baltimore R bale 125
Providence *2 bale 1 50
New York y barrel 60
Philadelphia $) ban-el 60
Baltimore $ barrel 60
Boston ip barrel 00
Vegetables—l!v Steam - (By special contract)
—To New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Haiti
more, standard crates, 2l)c; barrels, 40c. With
out the contract, crates, 35c; barrels, 7oe.
Grown fowls W pair $ 05 @ 80
Chickens, Uto *4 grown 40 % 60
Ducks W pair 50 @ 75
Geese f* pair 75 @1 00
Turkeys pair X 25 <aa 00
Eggs, country, ft dozen • 12 @ 12)6
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Ya. $ !b... @ 6U
Peanuts—Hand picked I* 1b @ .6)4
Peanuts—Ga. V bushel, nominal, 75 Or, 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds R bush. 50 (ft 60
Sweet 1 lotatoes, yel .yams w hush. 65 @ 75
Sweet pot’s, white yams R 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 steady.
Sugar—Georgia and Florida nominal: none in
market. Honey—No demand, nominal. Sweet
Potatoes—Scarce; receipts very light; demand
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah, Ga., May 13, 4i. m. (
Cotton -Tne market continues dull and
more or less nominal. The total sales for the
day were only 4 bales. On ’Change at the mid
day call at 1 p. m. the market was reported dull
and unchanged. The following are the official
spot quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 10 13-16
Good middling 10 9-16
Middling ....10 5-16
low middling 10 1-16
Good ordinary 9 9-16
Rice—The market was firm, with very light
offerings and no sales. Last sales were on the
basks of quotations. We quote:
Good 1 ... 4 <Vf\—
Country lots 50@ 60
Tide water 90@1 10
Naval Stores—The market for spirits tur
pentine was firm and advancing. The sales for
the day were 312 casks, of which 212 casks were
regulars, at 3164 c and 100 casks of regulars at
32c. At the Board of Trade on the opening
call the market was reported steady at 3164 c for
regulars. At the closing call it was steady at
3lOi@B2c for regulars. Rosin —The market was
rather quiet but unchanged. The sales for the
day were only 431 barrels. At the Board of
Trade on the first call the market was reported
quiet at the following quotations: A, B, Cand
f> §1 10, Esl 15, FBl 20. (1 SI 25, H $1 89,
I SI 50, K SI 65, 31 $1 85, N $215, window
glass $2 55, water white $2 90. At the closing
call it was dull and unchanged.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, May 13, noon Stocks quiet but
steady. Money easy at 5@6 per cent. Exchange
—long $4 85t£@4 85?i. short $4 86)4@4 86)f State
bonds dull but steady. Government bonds dull
sp. m.—Exchange dull but steady and
featureless. Money easy at 4@6 per cent., clos
ing offered at 2 per cent, Sub-Treasury bat
ances—Gold $114,828,000; currency, $15,356,000.
Government, bonds dull but steady; four per
cents. 129; three per cents. 100. State bonds null
The stock market exhibited a shade less
strength to-day, realizations becoming a factor
in the situation, and the business done showed
a slight falling off. Buying orders were mod
erate, but the demand to cover shorts was
noticeably less than for the past few days.
There was a disposition shown to single out a
few favorite stocks, while the general list be
came quiet and with very little movement.
Grangers were again leaders in the early part
of the day. Less interest was displayed in
Western Union to-day, and the stock failed to
hold. Toward the close Union Pacific and Now
England monopolised most of tho buying, and
the strength displayed in these stocks stiffened
the general market, which was showing a ten
dency to droop. Norfolk and Western prefcried
became prominent late iu the day. The opening
was firm, with first prices geuerally per
cent, above yesterdays, closing figures. There
was an active market, In which further advances
were made in the first few minutes, but the ad
vantage Was not maintained, and prices in most
of the list retired to liclow opening figures. Buy
ing of Lake Shore and Manhattan later infused
some strength into dealings, and by 1 o'clock the
highest figures of the day generally were
reached. A moderate reaction followed, but
buying was renewed toward the close, which
wus quiet but firm and near the highest prices
of the day. Total sales were 319,000 shares.
The closing figures are irregular, bn* generally
higher, though the differences, except In the
ease of Manbattah. which is up per cent.,
are for insignificant fractions only. The market
closed at the following quotations:
Ala. clans A,2 to 5.108 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. elans B, 53. ..110 eifle, Ist mort.7B
Georgia 7s. mort.. 108 N. Y Central 11384
N. Carolina 63. . 123)4 Norf. AW. prof... 54)4
N. Carolina 4s 95 Nor. pacific 31 "
So. Oaro. (Brown) “ pref... 6254
consols 109 Pacific Mail 6544
Tennessee 6s 76% Reading 45)4
Virginia6s 48 .Kichqiond & Ale.. 5)2
Va. consolidated. 52 Richmond & Danvlso
Ch'peake & Ohio. 7)4 Richm'd &W. Pt.
Chic. & Northw’n.l2s)4 Terminal 40%
“ preferred .. 152 Rock Island 18444
Dela., Lack & W.. 138)4 fit. Paul H3W
Erie 34)4 “ preferred.. 124 U
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific ,31)4
new stock 14% Tenu. Coal A Iron. 4334
lAik>* Shore 97% Union Pacific 02
L’ville & Nash 68 N. J. Central 81%
Memphis & Char. 62 Missouri Pacific.. .108%
Mobile & Ohio 16 Western Union... 77%
Nash. & Chatt’a.. 81% CottonOUTrust cer 51
Liverpool, May 13, noon.—Cotton—Hardening
tendency; middling uplands 5 11-16d. middling
Orleans ss4d: sales 7,600 hales, for speculation
anj export 1,000 bales; receipts 12,100 bales, all
Futures—Upland®, low middling clause, May
delivery 5 44-M@s 45-681, May and June 5 48-04
@5 40-64d, June and July 5 44-64@5 46-14(1, Jidy
and August ft 45-64@5 47Hid, August and Bep
tcinlier 5 46-64@5 48-61(1, September and Octo
lier 5 88-040.5 o(M34d, October and November
5 29-61@5 80-64(1. Sentemlier 5 47-64@5 49-04d.
Market firm at the advance.
2p. m.—The sales to-day were 5,900 bales of
Middling uplands 5%d, middling Orleans
The tendera of deliveries at to-day’s clearings
nmounted to 1.800 bulcs new docket.
Fill urus- Uplands, low middling clause, May
delivery 5 46-64d, buyers; May and June 6 46-6-Id,
buyers; June and July 6 10-tHd, buyers; July
and August 547-6ld, buyers; August and Sep
tember 5 40-61d, sellers; September and October
589-Old, sellers; Octols-r mid Novemlier 5 3fold,
sellers; November and Ileeember 6 28-64d, Kell
ers; September 5 50-01d, Kellers. Market steady.
fish's for the week 46,000 bales - American
37,1X10 balrs; speculators took 1,000 bales; ex
porters took 8,800 bales: actual export 12,000
tiales; Imports 151.000 bale*—American 37,000
Imlea; stock 988,000 bales American 768,000
bales; afloat 209.000 - American 32,000 bales.
l:00p. in.—Futures: Uibunds, low middllug
clause, June and July delivery 5 46-64d, buyers;
July and August fi 4n-64d, sellers; August and
September 5 19-G4d. sellers; September and Uc
loljer 5 .39-681, buyers; October and November
5 80-64d, value; November and December,
5 2S-04d. sellers; September 0 ,'>o-6ld, sellers. Fu
tiu'os closed steady.
New York, May 18, noon.—Cotton opened
dull; middling uplands 10J4c, middling Orleans
II 1-I0c: sale* 230 bales.
Future*—Market steady, with sales ns follows:
May delivery 10 69e. Juno 10 77c, July 10 79c.
August 10 $}c. rbnib'mlx'r 10 48. l October 9 98c.
5:00p. m.- Market etnssrf steady; middlim: jmJ
lands 1076 c, middling Orleans 11 118 c; sales to
day 492 lidles; net receipts bales, gross 887
Futures—Market dosed steady, with sales of
•18,380 bales, as follows: Mav delivery 10 69(ft
Id 70c. Juno 10 79(.()10 80c, duly 10 si)®lo 81c,
August 10 83c, September 10 47(<fi10480. Octolier
01177: :i DSc, November 9 826k9 (vie. December 9 81
Green & Co.'s renort on eotton futures says:
“Trading in contracts lias show n only moderate
animation, with a direct demand confined prin
cipally to August, hut the sustaining undertone
was found with prices ruling t,i)s points higher,
closing fairly steady at the advance."
Weekly net receipts 1111 bales, gross 10,968;
exports, to Great Britain 1,738 Wiles, to Franco
27, to the continent 5,097; sales 8,959 bales;
stock 20,688 bales.
Gm.vksto.v, May 13.—Cotton tlrm; middling
Norfolk, May 13.—Cotton steady; middling
Baltimore, May 18.—Cotton firm; middling
Boston, May 13.—Cotton steady; middling 11c.
Wilminoton, May 13.—Cotton iirm; middling
Philadelphia, May 43.—Cotton steady; mid
New Orleans, May IS.—Cotton firm; mid
Mobile, May 13.—Cotton nominal; middling
Memphis, May 13. Cotton Arm; middling
Augusta,May 18.—Cotton firm;middling 10%.
Charleston, May 13.—Cotton firm; middling
Montqomert, May 13.—Cotton firm; middling
Macon, Stay 13.—Cotton steady; middling
Coi.PMßrs, May 13.— Cotton quiet but firm;
Nashville, May 13.—Cotton steady; middling
Selma. Maj* 13,—Cotton steady; middling 10%.
Home, May 13.—Cotton firm; middling 10%.
New Yore, May 13.—Consolidated net re
ceipts for all cotton ]>orts to-day 1,523 bales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 2,199 bales, to the con
tinent 110; stock at all American ports 890,050
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES, ETC.
Liverpool, May 18, noon.—Wheat steady, with
fair demand; holders offer moderately. Corn
steady, with fair demand; new mixed western
is U%l. Lard, prime western 34s 9d.
New York, May 13, noon.—Flour quiet but
steady. Wheat easier. Corn quiet nut firm.
Pork dull; mess sl6. Lard steady at $7 00.
5:00 p. m.—Flour, Southern steady; common
to fair extra $3 40gt l 00, good to choice ditto
$4 10(015 2">. Wheat %Mio lower, but moder
ately active; No. 2 red, May delivery
96%, June 95140(96 8-16 e, July (M 9-160)93%.
Corn a shade lower, closing steady; No. 2, May
delivery 48c, June 48548%, July ill 3-16®49%.
Oats %?,% lower; No. 2, May delivery 33Vt4
33%, June 33W0)34c, July S4J4@B4%|C. Hops
uncliaugi and. Coffee, fair Kio firm at 19%; op
ticus active and higher; No. 7 Bio, May delivery
17 25®17 35c, June 17 80$ 17 00c, July 17 50$
17 80c. Sugar quiet and unchanged; refined
easier and in fair demand. Cottonseed oil—
-32%1183c for crude, 38Gji839e for refined. Hides
quiet but firm Wool quiet. Pork quiet but
steady; mess $!5 250.15 50 for old, sl6 for new.
Beef dull. Middles dull and nominal. Lard
opened 3®5 points lower, closing with some re
covery; Western steam, June delivery $6 96$
7 01, July $7 05@7 07, August $7 10©718.
Freights dull; cottou l-64d, wheat 2d.
Chicago, May 13.—The wheat market opened
higher with June at 86%. An early spurt was
caused by some buying by clique houses, but
their purchases were on a small scale, and the
crowd realizing this, the market assumed such
a character. As the session advanced it became
apparent that the clique bad a job on its hands
if it expected to keep the price of June above
86c, the crowd being very bearish. Outside
markets were weak, and the crowd kept plug
ging the clique brokers with wheat for a long
time. The latter took all of the large lots that
came upon the market, but generally ignored
small lots. For two horn's following the first
hour's session the price for June was invariably
between 86(7186%, except hi one instance, when
it momentarily sold down to 85c and 84%, this
latter figure representing the trading of some
over-enthusiastic bears. There were no new
features in wheat on the afternoon board until
near the close of the session, when concerted
buying from all parts of the pit by the clique
and sellers of the morning sent June up to 86%,
the highest point of the day. Coro opened quiet
but firm at 3556 c for June, but later in the day,
owing to heavy selling of both June and July
options, prices sagged off very materially from
tile opening figures. June sold down to 89$
39% and July to 41% Prices were little better
later on, and June closed at 3956 c and July at
41%. June ribs opeued very weak at $7 03 and
sold down to $7 02% hut active buying by vari
ous parties firmed them up in a very few min
utes to $715 arid hold steady until noon, when
they sold down to their low water-mark again.
Half hour later t hoy wore again at the top under
heavy buying and closed at $7 1746 for July
lard oixtped a shade easier at $6 75, later be
came steady at $6 80, again reacted and closed
at opening figures.
The following Were the cash quotations:
Flour demarid Improved. Wheat steady and
firm; No. 2 Spring 84%, No. 3 spring 77%j
79c; No. 2 red 35%. Corn, No. 2, 38538%.
Oats, No. 2, 26%. Mess pork S9O 75@.21 00.
Lard $665. Short rib sides $7 05®7 10. Dry
salted shoulders $5 60$ 5 70; short clear sides,
boxed. $7 45@7 50. Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows;
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
May delivery... 85 8514 " 8556
June delivery.... 80>4 BSU 80,4
July delivery 854 854 85
May delivery.... 3856 3856 384
June delivery.... 8956 3956 395*
July delivery.... 414 414 414
May delivery.... 264 20,4 264
June delivery... 274 274 2756
July delivery... 884 284 384
May delivery.. ..S2O 75 .... ....
June delivery.... 20 75 .... ....
May delivery $6 60 $6 674 $6 674
June delivery 6 65 6 75 6 75
July delivery.. . 075 6 824 6 824
May delivery $7 024 • $7 15 $7 15
June delivery...*. 7 05 720 7 124
July delivery..,.. 7 15 7 324 7 30
Baltimore, May 13.—Flour quiet but steady;
Howard street and Western superfine
$2 SOffz 8 10, extra $3 250(3 90, family $ 1 00$ 150,
city mills superfine $2 50<i3 00. extra $3 25(®3 75.
Rio brands $1 7556 00. Wheat —Southern quiet
but steady; red 95508 c, amber 97c$$l; West
ern dull and lower: No. 2 winter red, on spot
950)95%. Corn—Southern quiet and rather
easy; white 51 S/*sßc, yellow 50552 c; Westerudull
and nominally lower.
Bt. Lons. May 13.—Flour unchanged. Wheat
lower; No. 2 red, cash 860,85%, May delivery
85c, June 834<0>m%. Corn lower; cash 87c,
June ileJivery 3(f%. Oats lower; cash 284$
28%, May delivery 28% bid, .1 uly 25%. Whisky
steady at $1 05. Provisions lower and unsettled.
Pork, sl4 75 for old mess, sls 75 for new. Bird
$6 50. Do’ salt meats nominal; shoulders $5 70.
clear ribs $7 40. short clear $7 50. Bacon— boxed
shoulders $6 2556 374. long clear $H 00(q 8 16,
clear ribs $7 90(8.8 15, short clear $8 25. Hams
quiet and unchanged at sll 25(514 00.
Cincinnati, May 18. Flour strong. Wheat
tlrm; No. 2 red. nfle. Corn easier but active;
No. 2 mixed 13%. Oats steady; No. 2 mixed.
80%. Provisions—Pork quid, at sl6. Lard
easy at $6 60. Bulk meats quiet; short ribs
$7 100,7 25. Bacon firm and unchanged; short
ribs $8 25. short clear $8 624- Whisky oel Ive at
$1 05. Hogs weak: common and light $4 00®
5 05, pocking and butchers $< 75@5 at).
New Orleans, May 13.—Coffee strong; Rio
cargoes, common to prime, 174<?119%. Cot
ton seed oil steady; prime crude 29(%80c, sum
mer yellow Me, f. o. 0.. Sugar dull; Louisian*
open kettle, good fair to prime 4%fi3c, common
Louisiana centrifugals, off white 54
<45 9-16 c, choice yellow clarified 6%. Molasses
steady; Louisiana centrifuguLs, strictly prime
to faocy 280533 c. fair to good primo 22525 c,
common to good common 180)210.
New 3’ore, May 13, noon.- Splrhs turpentine
firm at 36%. Rosin firm at $1 22%ftl 25.
6:00 p. m.—Spirit* turpentine dull at 85c.
Rosin quiet at $1 324$ 1 95.
Charleston, May la.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 31%. Rosin firm; good strained sl.
Wilmington, May 13.—Hpirlts turpentine firm
at 814 c. Rosin firm: strained 85c, good strained
90c. Tar quiet tsl 174. Crude turiieutiue
firm; hard $1 20; yellow dip $3; virgin $2 30.
New Orleans, May 18.—Rice firm; Louisiana
Fruit und Vegetable Market.
The following specials to the Morning News
are published for the benefit of our Florida nnd
Georgia readers and those interested in fruits
and vegetables, and can be relied upon as accu
rate and reliable.
Philadelphia, May 13 —Beans. Florida, per
crate. 60ch$8 50: tomatoes, Florida, per crate,
$B 011-0,3 75; cabbages. Florida, per barrel, $3 00
0,3 50; cucumbers, Florida. ier crate, $8 25®
4 00; squash, Florida, $l5O per crate; Irish
potatoes, Florida, per barrel, $5 50©8 00; cul
lens, $2 75®8 00 per barrel.
J. M. Clements,
Agent Florida Dispatch Lino.
New York, May 18.—Strawberries, Florida
and Charleston, none quoted; beans. Florida
round. Si 00(1*3 00 per crate; flat. $1 00®3 00 per
crate; beets. Florida, per crate, s2<(<i2 26;
cabbages. Florida, |>er barrel. $1 OK-po. 60; toma
toes, norida, $2 50®3 50 per crate. Others, uo
change. J. D. Hashauxn,
Agent Florida Dispatcli Lino.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY?
Run Risks 5:06
Sun Sets 6:46
High Water at Savannah 1:24 am, 2:11 pm
Saturday, May 14, 1888.
Scbr Florence Shay,Vancleaf, New York, with
cement ami stone to order; vessel to Jos A Rob
erts & Cos.
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina, Darien, Doboy,
Brunswick and Fcmamtina—C Williams, Agt.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY.
Bark Inga (Nor), Ingabrethsen, Point-a-Pitre,
in ballast—Holst X Cos.
Steamship Chattahoochee, Daggett, New York
—C G AndArsou, Agent.
Bail, Platon (Nor), Andersen, London—A R
Salas X Cos.
Bark Arendal (Nor), Josephsen, Oporto—A R
Salas X Cos.
Schr Abbie C Stubbs, Pendleton. Brunswick,
in ballast, to load tor New Haven—Jos A Roberts
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina, Darien, Doboy,
Brunswick and Fernandina -0 Williams, Agt.
Steamship Chattahoochee. New York.
Bark Platon (Nor), London.
Schr Annie C Grace, Philadelphia.
New York, May 11 —Arrived, schrs Annie Bliss,
O'Donnell, Savannah; Eleanor, Mott, George
town, S C.
Cleared, brig Lewis L Squires,Overton, George
town, SO; selir Geo R Congdon, Terrell, do.
Sailed, bark Jacob A Stum In, Pensacola.
Croustadt, May 6—Arrived, bark Tjomo (Nor),
Kfnsale, Slay 11 Passed, barkGlonGrant (Br),
Cntohley, Apalachicola for Liverpool.
Stettin to May 11—Arrived, stmr llawarden
(lln, Wilson. Port Royal, S O.
Boston, Stay 11—Cleared, (Br), Messenger,
Falker, Port Koval. S O, via Salem.
Baltimore, May 12— Arrived, schr Ida Law
rence, Young, Savannah; Mary I. Allen, Wylie,
Brunswick, May B—Arrived, schr R W Daisy,
Tracy, Philadelphia; 9tb, steamer Camellia (Br),
Buck, New York; 10th, schr Clifford Lemoine,
Sailed 10th, schr Sarah D Fell, Loveland, Balti
more: Harold C Beecher, Bond, New Haven;
Standard, Oram, do.
Darien, May 11 Cleared, schr Alfaretta,Camp
bell, Campbell, Noaiilc; Edward C Allen, True,
McLaughlin. New Y'ork.
Jacksonville, May B—Sailed, schr Annie L Mc-
Keen, Mahoney, New London.
Norfolk, May 9—Sailed, steamship Bessie Jlor
ris (Br), Ward, from Coosaw, 8 C, for Hamburg.
Pensacola, May 11—Arrived, barks Blandina F
(Aus), Kranich, Cadiz; Guayaquil, from Barce
Cleared, steamer India (Ger), Ilulsen, Genoa:
ship Altai (Run), Larsen, Hull; bark Cardiff
(Aus), Haggis, Cardiff; schr Susan N Pickering,,
Philadelphia, May 11—Arrived, schrs Robert
H Parker, Steelman, Darien; Electra Builey,
I hilbrook, St Simons.
Cleared, schrs Henry I) May, Morris, Feruan
dina; Marion HIU, Armstrong, l’alatka.
Coosaw, S C, May 10-Arrived, steamship
Glenrath (Br), Storey, Charleston.
Darien, May 10—Arrived, bark Knmore (Br),
Edgarton, May 10— Sailed, schr Paul ft Bessie,
Pensacola for Marblehpad.
Providence, May 11—Arrived, bark Stephep G
Hart, Pearson, Pensacola.
Richmond, May 11—Sailed, schr Albert II
Cross, Henderson, BeXuforty S C.
Rockland, May 11— Sailed, scbr Maynard Sum
ner, Dyer, Jacksonville.
New' Y'ork, May 13—Arrived, stmrs Brlttanic,
Liverpool; 1 Trave, Bremen; Welland, Bremen.
Key West, May 11- Bark Lauretta (Br), from
Pensacola for Brest, with timber, struck on tho
southwest reef of the Marquesas on the morn
ing of the 9th. The steamers Raleigh and Cora
have gone to her assistance and will probably
New Y'ork, May 11—Bark Froeda A Willey,
Willey, Pensacola, on Stay 8, at 8 am, during a
dense fog in Oedney’s Channel, was run into by
the steamer Martello(Br), hence for Hull (before
reported); stove bows, carried away bowsprit
jibboom, with all rigging attached, leaving a
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. May 13
—25 caddies tobacco, 1 car brick, 6 bbls tar,
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina
and way landings—3 bales cotton. 75 bbls rosin,
26 bbls spirit* t urpentine, 10 bale* hides, 1 bale
wax, 1 door, 1 box dye, 10 boxes vegetables, 26
crates vegetables, 63 sacks rice, 1 case cigars, 1
bbl rice, 1 box chickens.
Per Savannan, Florida and Western Railway,
Muy 13—3 bales cotton. 34 cars lumber 4 cars
coal, 3 cars wood, 812 bbls spirits turpentine, 8
cars cattle, 1,435 bbls rosin, 785 bbls vegetables,
2,533 boxes vegatables, 386 boxes oranges, 7
bales wool, 7 bales hides, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad. Ylay 13—183 bales cotton,
6 bales yarn. 37 bales domestics. 9 bales plaids. 2
bales wool, 137 pkgs tobacco, 7 bales hides. 1,000
llis feathers, 18 pkgspaper, 24.290 lbs lard, 2,803
lbs bacon, 105 bbls spirits turpentine, 15 bbls
meal, 205 bbls rosin, 363 lbs fruit, 205 bales hay,
49 bbls whisky, 10 pkgs h h goods, l car wood,
425 bbls flour. 11 cars lumber, 108 tons pig iron,
18 sacks rice, 111 pkgs wood in shape 1 pkg wax.
0 pkgs vegetables, I car poultry. 77 pkgs mdse. 2
pkgs junk, 12 bales paper stock, 8 pkgs empties,
93 pkgs hardware. 220 bbls lime, 40 boxes soap.
Per steamship Cluittahoochee, for New York
—llB bales upland cotton, 81 bales domes' and
yarns, 177 bales sea island cotton. 202 hbh Ice.
545 bbls spirits turfientlne, 1,558 bbls ro* n 69 395
feet lumber, 109 bales wool, 780 sacks ouJcns 15
bbls manganese. 4 pkgs flab, 190 crates fruit .115
tons pig iron, 1.798 bbls vegetables, 4;70C crates
vegetables, 398 pkgsindsb, 195'empty lcegs, 7
refrigerator*, 1 horse.
Per Dark l’latou (Nor), for London—B.lo2 bbla
rosin, weighing 1,875,485 pounds—Raymond
Per bark Arendal (Nor), for Oporto—6oo bbls
rosin, weighing 268,405 iiounds; 255,465 feet p p
lumber—Cbas Green's Son & Cos.
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina and
way landings-Capt J II Smetzger and family,
S It Oppenneimer. 8 J, George, and ftdeck.
I*er steamship Chattahoochee, for New York—
Mr and Mrs P Olsen and infant, Mr and Mrs
Bishop, Dr Starkey and wife, R M Greene and
wife, Mr and Mrs J S Moore, Mrs G P Healey
and son, Mrs J S Schley, E Hewes, E W Edens,
Re v J E Cathill. J H Heitman, D 8 Plummer, J
A Treat, J M 8011, W Griffith? A 8 Anderson, II
C Anderson, E M Hiscox, Mis* A C! Ryan, Miss J
C Ryan. B Rehlff, Mr Peterman, Mr and Mrs
lioclce. Mrs (1 U Benedict, C II Tiers*. A H Fair
bain, Miss I, M Tyler, Mr and Mrs T Jones, Mrs
J A West, Mrs II 51 Powers, M V Morgan, G B
Plait, Miss C Laiuson. Miss 8 Nelson, BL Thorn p
xon, J N Lewis, E C Bennett, PMcGibben, Misses
A and E M Ryan. Mrs M E Ryan. MissT M Chap
man, Miss J C White, Miss H A Byron, Miss H A
Washburn, Mrs W Parson*, Mr and Mi’s H Fran
cis, Miss Francis, C Palm, W Ilenterville, A G
Trunstall, M I, Moyne, Miss E Potter, Mrs W K
I/‘rite and child, Mr and Mrs H T Untledt, G M
Seely, J A Williams, 4 colored, and 6 steerage.
Per steamship Merrimack, for Boston —Wm
lieutz, M A Smith, D H Paar and wife, Mr Brail
ley, G Carlton, Dr L Parsons, Miss Carter, Mr
Blackwell wife and inft, Master BlackwuU, Mrs
Stone, Mrs C A Rawtey, F A Bassford, Miss Ida
Swanson, O B Crowell, Miss M Lane, MissCH
Lane, Miss P D Chamberlain, Mrs J L Heller, A
M Taft ank wife, J Q Ellis and wife, C, F Adams,
A J Adams, M F Houghton jr, T Callahan, F JI
Sisincer, Mrs B R Armstrong, E H Redtield, Mr
Kedfleld, Jos Thomas, Mr Parker, J Harigin, Mrs
(', P Lcftwioh and daughter, Miss M Preble, Miss
C H Preble, Mrs J Hadgin, Mis* L Weymouth,
Mrs M Weymouth, MissMcCheeney, Master San
luirn, Mrs 51 Sunburn, Mrs A L Chase, Jliss H C
Mills, Jlrs E M Wilson and child, Mrs Thompson
and child, Mrs Duukloa, Mrs G Mathews, Mrs 8
51 Drummond, J L Carrier, J A West, JI C Bean,
J Collins, E Brnley, Jliss E Cheeney, 1 colored,
and 2 steerage.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, May 13
Transfer Office, Blodgett, M & Cos, Graham
ft 11, C Jt Gilbert X Cos.
Per steamer St Nicholas, from remandina
and way landings - A Hanley, M Y 1 Henderson.
W VV Gordon & Cos, Pearson ft 8, Rieser & S, Mrs
A F Falris. D Y Dancy, lee Roy Myers X Cos,
Standard Oil Cos, Lippman Bros, W 0 Jackson,
Bcndhelm Bros X Cos. H Myers X Bros. S Stern,
Cb'snutt X O'N.Wisxis X’ Co,J P Williams X Cos.
rer Savannah. Florida and Western Railway,
May 13—Transfer Office. 8 Guckenheiraer X Son,
Knvuimugh & H. 51 Maclean, P-acock, H & 00.
Ellis, Y’ & Cos, K T Roberts, J I* Williams X 00,
Cl, Jones, W C Jaeksou. LuddcnXß, H Kirk
land. II Myers X Bros, B H lievy & Bro, ltay &
Q,W S Cherry & Cos, Reptsvnl & Cos, Iksiker X K.
Bacon, J & Cos, Dale, D X Cos, McDonough X Cos,
Grady, Del, & Cos. M Y Henderson, Rieser AS,
D P Myerson, A B Hull, R B CaA-els, T 11 lunos,
Warren & A. J Cohcu, Cos Haines, Fetzer & 8,
D Cox, J G Gaskins.
Per Central Railroad, May 13—Fordg Agt,
Montague A Cos, Jo* A Roberta A Cos. I G Haas,
.1 H Collin* A Cos. J (j Butler, J F Williams A Cos,
Bond, H A E, 8 Oii'-k'-nhetiuer A Son, Tim**,
New Home 8 Cos, C E Stults, G W Tiedetnan, H
II Livingston. Straus* Bros. A M ft C W West.
Lindsay & M, Lee Roy Myers ft Cos, Lefbermann
& K. W B Mell A Cos, Ellis. Y ft Cos. Launey ft G,
8 Guckeribeimer A Bon,W O Cooper, P D Baffin,
Epstein A W,l,udden A B, Mohr Bros. Byck A 8,
C L Jones, M Ferst A Cos, Lilienthal A Son, Geo
Schwartz, Smith Bros A Cos, Moehlenbrock A D,
M Y Henderson, Peacock, H A Cos, E T Roberts,
W C Jackson. Stillwell, P A M. McMillan Bros, F
Buchanan. J W Tynan, G Eckstein A Cos, Perssa
A L, J CTbompson, J B McCullough.
LIST OP VESSELS IN THEPORT OP
Savannah, May 13, 1887.
City of Augusta, 2,870 tons, Catharine, New
Y ork, ldg—C G Anderson.
Juniata, 1.320 tons, Asking, Philadelphia, ldg—
C G Anderson.
Laenruna (Italy. 786 tons, filmonettl, Buenos
Ayres, ldg—A R Salas A Cos.
Arendal (Nor), 424 tons, Olson, Oporto, cld—A
R Salas A Cos.
Try (Nor), 472 tons, Taraldseo, Europe, ldg—
A R Sulas A Cos.
Freidis (Nor), 620 tons, larsen, Europe, ldg—A.
K Salas A Cos.
Bleland (Nor), 490 tons, Carlsen, Europe, ldg—
A R Salas A Cos. •
Milton (Nor), 467 tons, Kroger, Montevideo, ldg
—A R Salas A Cos.
Lindesnacs (Nor), 521 tons. leonardsen, at quar
antine, wtg—A R Salas A Cos.
Bonita (Nor), 599 tons, Olsen, at quarantine—A
R Salas A Cos.
Lincoln (Aus), 793 tons, Cattarimch, Trieste, ldg
—M S ('osulioh A Cos.
Sirrah (Nor), 5(50 tons, Larsen, Europe, ldg—S
P Shot ter A Cos.
Pohona (Br), 799 tons, Jamieson, repairing—Jaa
K Clarke A Cos.
Viig (Nor), 495 tons, Gregertsen, at quarantine,
wtg--Holst. A Cos.
Ingu (Nor), 479 tons, Ingabrethsen, at quaran
tine, wtg Holst A Cos.
Saga (Nor). 686 tons, Jetmundsen, at. quarantine,
wtg— Holst A Cos.
Embla (Nor), 528 tons, Moller, Europe, ldg—
Holst A Cos.
Pollux (Nor), 456 tons, Hansen, Oporto, ldg—
-8 true ban A Cos.
Clialgrove (Br), 513 tons, Francis, Europe, ldg—
l’atorson. Downing A Cos.
August G Focking (Ger), tons, Michaelsen,
Wolgast, ldg—S Fatman.
Republic (Ger), 551 tons, Blancke, Wolgast, ldg—
Othello (Ger), 455 tons, Miedbordt, at quaran
tine. wtg -S Fatman.
Bessie Morris, 403 tons, Wheaton, Baltimore, cld
-Jos A Huberts A Cos.
Welcome R Beetle, 380 tons, Lozier, New York,
ldg-Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Addle B Bacon, 371 tons, Bacon, Philadelphia,
ldg—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Wapolla, 858 tons, Bagger, New York, dis—Joa
A Roberts A Cos.
Genevieve, 573 ton., Dutch, Philadelphia, dis—
Jos A Robert* A Cos.
Abbie C Htubbs, 328 tons, Pendleton, Brunswick,
cld -Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Cassie Jameson, 399 tons, Collins, Philadelphia
dis- - Jos A Robert* A Cos.
Florence Shay, 385 tons, Vancleaf, New York,
dis—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
I>UYB AND SELLS on commission all classes
1 1 of Stocks and Bonds.
Negol lates loans on marketable securities.
New' York quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINS.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi-
I cugo and Liverpool Exchanges.
l9 COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
BANK OF LEESBURgT
—(first and oldest bank.)—
r T*RA NS ACT a General Banking Business. Cbl
-1 lections a specialty on all points in Florida
and remitted for promptly on favorable terms.
YAGER BROTHERS. Proprietor**
Correspondents: Hanover National Bank, N.
Y.; Bank of Jacksonville, Florida. '
KISSIMMEE ~”CITY WAHK,
Kissimmee City, Orango County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - 150,000
TRANSACT aregiilar bankingbusiness. Give
particular attention to Florida collections.
Corresiiondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New Y ork, New Orleans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Ha. Resident Agent* for Coutts A Cos.
rand Melville, Evans A Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
1" A I XT'S A N’D OILS.
LLOYD & ADAMS,
SUCCESSORS TO A. B. COLLINS A CO.,
Tho Old Oliver Paint and Oil Houe,-
, TYTILL keep-a full line of Doors, Sash, Blinds
Vi and Builders’ Hardware, Paints, Oils,;
Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Lime, Plaster!]
Cement, etc. Window Glass a specialty. Air
size? arid kinds of packing. A large lot of odd
size Sash, Doors and Blinds will be sold at a dis
AT THE OLD'STAND,
No. 5, Whitaker St., Savannah, Ga.
john gT butler;
YirmTE LEADS, COLORS, OILS, GLASS,
VY VARNISH, ETC.: READY MIXED.
PAINTS; RAILROAD, STEAMER AND MILL
SUPPLIES, SASHES, DOORS, BLINDS AND
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE. Sole Agent for
GEORGIA LIME, CALCINED PLASTER, CE
, MENT, HAIR and LAND PLASTER.
6 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia.
~l8i)5~ CH RIS MU R til IT, 1865^
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting
IISXECUTEb NEATLY and with dispatch.
‘j Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window
Glasses, etc., etc. Estimates fur tie bed on ap
CORNER CONGRESS AND DRAYTON STS.,
Rear of Christ Church.
YVINES ANO 1.11. M 088.
Wines, Liquors, Etc.
I). Select Whisky, per gallon $4.
Baker Rye Whisky, per gallon $4.
lm|)erial Choice Rye Whisky, per gallon $3.
Pine Apple Choice Rye Whisky, per gallon S3.
Old Rye Whisky, a pure article, per gallon
Brandy from $3 to $6 per gallon.
Gin from $1 50 to $.5 tier gallon.
Rum from $1 50 to $3 per gallon.
Wines from $1 to $3 per gallon.
High Life Cigars, Very Fine. Try Tien.
Groceries at Cost and a fraction above. Don*
fall to give me a call. a*,
A. H. CHAMPION?
I YROM the ACORNS and FARMER cjMfl
I down we defy cnnqietion against our
ing apparatus, and guarantee not to be
sold by any house in the country. The
variety of Stoves and House Burnishing Goods
in tho city generally. Write for cuts and~
Lovell & Lattimore,
155 and 157 Congress St ,lu
SAVAISnSTAII, - f^A..
Bacon, Jdfinson & Cos.
Have a flae stock of
Oak, Pine, Lightwood and Kindling,
Liberty and East Broad street*.