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SAVANN.-ii aVj AiiiCi3T.
OFFICE OF THE MOJiNIKO NBWB.I
Savaxxati. o_i.. June 4, li\ a. f
Cottos—The market was dull and entirely
aoininal. There was nothing doing and only a
nominal business. The sales for the 'lay were
only 1 hale. On "Change at the midday call, at
1 p. m.. the market "as reported Ann and
unchanged. The following are the official spot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 11$
Good middling * . ...„11$
Low middling 10$
Good ordinary 10$
Sea Island—The market was very dull and
nominal; nothing doing and no sales. We
Common Georgias and Floridas 14 @lss
Good medium 17$©18
Medium line 18$@
Extra tine 205@21
Choice 23 ®
Comparative Cotton Statement.
j Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand June 4, 1887, and 1
kob the Same Time Last Year.
Itomd.\ Up,an(l \ /stand. Upland
[.Stock on hand Sept. 4 1,14*.) 4,304- 551 3,208:
[Received to-day .... 50 18 21 7 j
' Received previously 27,31*3 770,735 28,295 709,700 j
I Total 28,465 775,035 26,864 778,231! '
i l?xporte*l to-day .... 15 .... 1,292!
Exported previously 27,442 772,401 21,570 702,617
! Total 27,442 772,416 21,576 ! 768,909
Stock on hand and on sbip
| hoard tins (lay 1,023 2,679)1 2,2881 9,3121
Rice—The market was quiet but very Arm.
There were no sales reported, the offerings
being light. We quote:
Good 4*4® —
Country lots f>o® 60
Tide water 90® 1 10
Naval Stores—The market for spirits tur
pentine was quiet but firmer. The sales for
the day were 260 casks, of which 100 casks were
regulars at 31%c and 160 casks of regulars at
82c. At the Board of Trade on the opening
cali the market was reported firm at 31*®: for
regulars. At the closing call it was steady at
82c for regulars. Rosin—The market was quiet,
sleadv and unchanged. The sales for the day
were about 1,275 barrels. At the Board of
Trade on the first call the market was re
ported steady, with sales of 800 barrels, at the
following quotations: A, B, C and D $lO5.
Esl 10, FBl 15. G 81 20, H 81 25. 1 $1 45.
K $1 60. M $1 80, N 82 12*4,. window glass
82 50, water white |2 80. At the closing call
it was unchanged,
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-day 718 2.214
Received previously 41,530 93,209
Total 44,851 172.831
Exported to-day 403 4,680
Exported previously 36,496 126,912
Total 36,899 131,572
Stock on hand and on shpiboard
today 7,952 41,259
Receipts same day last year 186 1,270
Financial—Money is In some demand.
Domestic Exchange Steady. Banks and
hankers are buying sight drafts at % percent
discount and selling at par® *£ per cent pre
Foreign Exchange —The market is dull.
Commercial demand. $4 87; sixty days,
84 8614; ninety days, $4 8454! francs. Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 21; Swiss,
$.5 2|*g; marks, sixty days, 95@95 1-16.
Securities —The market is still very dull and
Central railroad stock weak.
Stocks and Bonds— City Bonds— Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 bid, 110 asked;
Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked; Augusta
7 per cent long date, 115 bid, 118 asked: Augusta
6s long date, 108 bid, 110 asked; Columbus 5 per
cent, 100 bid. 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent, 111
bid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 per cent, July
coupons, 104 bid, 105 asked; new Savannah
5 per cent, August coupons, 103*6 hid, 104*6
State Bonds Market steady, with light sup
ply. Georgia new 6s, ISS9, 103 bid, 104 asked;
Georgia new 4*6s. 106*q bid, 10654 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupons, 108*6
bid, 109*4 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 1890, 123 bid, 124
Railroad Stocks— Central common. 126 bid.
127 asked; Augusta and Savannah, 7 per cent
guaranteed. 136b1d, 137 asked: Georgia com
mon, ex-dividend, 190 bid, 200 aske.u; South
western 7 per cent guaranteed, 132 bid, 13214
asked; Central 6 per cent certificates,
ex-interest, 101 bid, 101)4 asked;
Atlanta and West Point. railroad
stock, 115 bid, 117 asked; Atlanta and West
Point 6 per cent certificates, 105 bid. 106 asked.
Railroad Bonds— Market quiet. SavannalL
Florida and Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6 per cent interest, coupons October,
113 bid, 115 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons January
ana July, maturity 1897, 119 bid, 121 asked; Cen
tral consolidated mortgage 7 per cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 1893, 113 U bid, 114
asked; Georgia railroad 6s, 1897, 108 bid, 110
asked; Mobile and Girard second mortgage in
dorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and July,
maturity 1889, 105 bid. 106 asked; Montgomery
and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per cent, indorsed
by Central railroad, 109 bid, 110 asked; Marietta
and North Georgia first mortgage 6 per cent,
102 M bid, 103 asked; Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta first mortgage. 113 bid, 114*4 asked;
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta second mort
gage, 113 bid, 113 asked; Western Alabama
aecond mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, 108 bid,
109 asked; South Georgia and Florida indorsed,
118 bid, 119 asked; South Georgia and Florida
second mortgage, 112 bid, 115 asked; Augusta
and Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 110*4
bid, 112 asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and
Southern fu st mortgage guaranteed, 118*4 bid,
120 asked: Gainesville, Jefferson and Bouthem
not guaranteed, 115 bid, 118 asked; Ocean
Steamship 6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Cen
tal railroad, 105*4 bid, 106 asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage guar
anteed, 115 bid, 116 asked; Columbus and Rome
first mortgage bonds indorsed by Central rail
road, 198 bid, 109 asked; Columbus and Western
# per cent guaranteed. 10854 bid, 109*4 asked;
City and Suburban railway first mortgage 7 per
cent, 109 bid, 110 asked; Oglethorpe Savings
And Tiust Company, 106 bid. 107 asked.
Hank Storks- -Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 200 bid, 2u5 asked; Mer
chants'National Bank. 160 bid, 165 asked; Sa
'"aimah Bank and Trust Company, 95 bid, 97
“‘k'ri; National Bank of Savannah, 122 bid, 125
tlus Stocks - Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
lindend. 21*4 bid. 22 asked; Mutual Gas Light
Muck, 30 bid, 23 agkeu.
Bacon— Market very firm and advancing; de
“***?, good: smoked dear rib sides, BJ4c;
suomders, 7c: dry suited clear rib sides, SCic;
lr >ug clear, shoulders, none; hams, 12*Jc.
dAaoiNo am< Ties -Market quiet. We quote:
“S*ing-2*4 lbs. UCjo; 2 lbs. Stic; 1 lbs, 7*6c,
according to brand and quantity. Iron ties—
Arrow, ,?i 00®,i 05 per bundle, according to
and quantity. Bagging and ties in re
tail k .ls a fraction higher.
Bitter - Market steady; oleomargarine, 14®
icc; choice Goshen, 18c; gilt edge, 23c; cream
-.h'AßAciE-Floridip $2 00(7( 2 50 per barrel; sup-
P*\ fair; near-by crop coming m.
-nr fee- The market is strong and advancing.
" e quote for small lots: Ordinary, 22 Wc; fair,
*" ( 4c; g00d,24c; choice 24*4c; peaberry 25*41’.
> keese—Market higher and advancing; good
“mand; stock light. We quote: lJffilac.
owed Fruit—Apples, evaporated, 13c; peeled,
a, peaches, peeled, 19c; unpeeled, s®7e; cur
r*nts, ,c; citron, 25c.
f Ji r ‘ v Goods—The markef is firm; business
"e quote: Prints, 4®Bc; Georgia brown
*•*. 4140; 7-8 do, 5*40 ; 4-4 brown sheet
"'Site osuaburgs, B®9c; checks,
I/j '• '.V.i yarns, 850 fqr best makes, brown drill
Y, * fi'iote full weights: Mackerel—
■"’"Ado 00: No. 8, half barrels, #0 00®
L ■ ,- No - i. $7 50dfcfl 50. Herring—No. 1, 20 c;
"“led. SKo; cod. 6®Bo.
, foi R—Market very fair; demand moderate,
"“quote: Extra $4 25® 4 4b; fancy, $5 10®
4 90 - cho * ce Patent, $5 35®5 75; family, $-1 75®
emr ns—Block full and demand fair.
"“quote. $3 50&4 00.
9 ., a 11 ',~ Cor n —Market steady; demand light.
lut' White com, job lots, 05c; carloail
Inis' ’ ,ntx “ < l corn, job lots, 61c; carload
nuts a. tyV P at steady; demand good. We
ll i- ‘ ~l xed °at, 46c; carloail lets, 440. Bran,
.jy- Mt’Jtl, 65c: Georgia grist, per sack,
•*1 try* hiifchM, 7An
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Youn, .June 4. noon.—Brocks quiet but
heavy. Money easy at 3® 4$ per cent. Exchange
-long $4 85*,./4 85$, short 84 Ws<&4 86$.
State bonds dull but steady. Government bonds
dull but steady.
5 p. m.—Exchange dull but steady at 84 86
4 87$. Money easy at 3®4sper cent., closing
offered at 2 per cent Sub-Treasury balances—
Gold, 5135,078.000; currency, 815,377,000. Gov
ernment bonds dull but steady; four per cents.
12955; three per cents. —. State bonds dull but
The stock market to day displayed more ac
tivity than on any previous short Saturday, and
it was unusually strong, especially in the last
hour. There was considerable buying by for
eigners in anticipation of higher figures in Lon
don on Monday. The principal element of
strength was renewed covering of shorts, of
which it is estimated a large amount is still
outstanding. Fort Worth and Denver made a
sharp advance of 5 per cent., but nearly half of
this was lost toward the close, when publication
of the bank statement, with its expansion in
loans and material decrease in reserve, checked
the downward movement. Among the special
ties Virginia Midland and Hooking coal were
remarkably strong. Unusual activity was dis
played by Lake Shore and Northwest in the
last hour, but their gains were only fractions.
The opening was strong, with advances extend
ing to $ per cent. Business was moderately
active, and after some slight hesitation at the
opening the enrire list became strong, under the
lead of Fort Worth and Denver. After the first
half hour there was a reaction, and prices were
carried below tfie opening figures, but in the last
lioiu - losses were regained, with fractions in ad
dition. In the last fifteen minutes, however,
the market again sagged off. and the close was
quiet. The total sales were 140,000 shares. The
active list generally shows advances of small
fractions, but Fort Worth and Denver is up 2$
and Hocking coal 1$ ner cent. The follow
ing are the closing quotations:
Ala. class A.2 to 5.1084 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B, ss. ..112 cifie, Ist"mort... 78
Georgia 7s, mort. .109 N. Y Central .118*$
N. Carolina 6s . 123 Norf. &W. pref... 51$
N. Carolina 4s 100 Nor. Pacific 32
So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref. .. 61
consols 108$ Pacific Mail 68$
Tennessee 6s 74 Reading 52
Virginia6s 48 Richmond i Ale.. 3$
Va. consolidated. *55 Richmond A Ranv 150
Ch'peake A: Ohio. 74 Ricfim’d &W. Pt.
Chic. & Northw’n. 126$ Terminal 38$
“ preferred... 152$ Rock Island 186
Dela., Lack & W.. 188 St. Paul 92$
Erie 34$ “ preferred .124$
East Tennessee. Texas Pacific 38$
new stock 14 Tenn. Coal & Iron. 38$
Lake Shore 984 Union Pacific 61$
L’ville & Nash.... 67$ N. J. Central 88$
Memphis & Char. 60 Missouri Pacific... 109$
Mobile A Ohio 14$ Western Union... 77$
Nash. &. Chatt’a.. 85 CottonOilTrust cer 49$
The weekly statement of the associated banks,
issued by the clearing house today, shows the
Reserve decreased $1,451,875
Loans increased 788,200
Specie decreased 1,865,700
Legal tenders decreased 234,600
Deposits decreased 158'700
Circulation decreased 51,300
Banks now hold $-1,327,725 in excess of the 25
per cent. rale.
Liverpool, June 4. 12:30 p. m.—Cotton—busi
ness good at hardening rates; quotations of
American cotton all advanced l-i6d; middling
uplands 5 15-16d, middling Orleans 5 16-16d; sales
10,000 bales, for speculation and export 2,000
bales; receipts 13,000 bales—American 6,200.
Put ores—Uplands, low middling clause, June
and July delivery 5 60-64d, July and August
5 00-64® 5 63-64d, August and September 5 62-64
®6d, September and October 5 48-64<g,5 50-64d,
October and November 6 39-64d, November and
December 5 30-64d, September 6 l-64d. Market
firm at the advance.
1 p. m.—The sales to-day were 5,000 bales of
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, June
delivery 5 G3-64d. sellers; June and July 5 63-64d,
sellers; July and August 6d, sellers; August and
September 611. buyers; September and October
5 60-tHd, buyers; October and November.s 10-64d,
sellers; November and December 5 36-64d, buy
ers; December and January 5 36-64d. value;
September 6 l-64d, sellers. Market closed strong.
New York, June 4, noon.—Cotton opened
quiet but steady; middling uplands 11 7-16 c,
middling Orleans ll$c: sales 184 bales.
Futures—Market steady, with sales as follows;
June delivery 11 41c, July 1146 c. August 11 48c.
September 11 02c, October 10 39c, November
5:00 p. m.—Market closed quiet but steady;
middling uplands 11 7-!6e. middling Orleans
11 sc; sales to-day 184 bales, net receipts 96
bales gross 304.
Futures—Market closed easy, with sales of
76,100 bales, as follows: June delivery 11 38®
11 40c, July 11 40@11 41c, August 11 44®, 11 45c,
September 11 00®11 01c, October 10 36@10 87c,
November 10 08® 10 09c, December 10 06@10 07c,
January 10 10® 10 12c, February 10 17@10 18c.
Green & Cos. s report on cotton futures says:
“With strong advices from Liverpool to assist
operators for a rise, the market started on an
upward turn, and there was a gain of 4@5
points early in the day. Buying orders, how
ever, failed to come iu to any exten, but, on the
contrary, many of the local longs improved the
opportunity to unload and take their profits for
the end of the week, with the result to be found
in a reaction to near last evening’s figures."
Galveston, June 4.—Cotton quiet; middling
10 11-lbe: net receipts none, gloss none; sales
none: stock 6,762 bales.
Norfolk, June 4.—Cotton firm: middling
11 3-16 c; net receipts 9 bales, gross 9; sales 12
bales; stock 3,370 bales; exports, coastwise 51
Baltimore, June4.—Cotton nominal: middling
Usc: net. receipts none, gross 2 bales; stock
Boston, June 4.—Cotton steady; middling
ltsc; net receipts 3 bales, gross 209; sales
none; stock none; exports to Great Britain 2
Wilmington, Juuc- 4.— Cotton firm; middling
11c; net receipts 2 bales, gross 2; sales none;
stock 1,711 bales.
Philadelphia, June4.—Cotton firm; middling
ll$c; net receipts’ 184 bales, gross 188; stock
New Orleans, June 4.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 10$c: net receipts 157 liales, gross 321;
sales 1,300 bales; stock 102,629 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 917 bales, coastwise 644.
Mobile. June 4.—Cotton firm; middling 10$c;
yet receipts 21 bales, gross 21; sales 100 bales;
stock 918 bales.
Memphis, June 4 Cotton firm: middling 11c;
receipts 25 bales; shipments 39 bales; sales none;
stock 11,383 bales.
Augvta, June 4.—Cotton firm; middling 11c;
receipts 24 bales; sales 2 liales.
Charleston. June 4.—Cotton quiet but firm;
held higher; middling 10$c; net receipts 1 bale,
gross 1; sales none; stock 1,201 bales.
Atlanta, June 4.—Cotton—middling 10$c; re
ceipts 5 bales.
New York, June 4.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day bales; exports,
to Great Britain 919 bales; stock at all Ameri
can ports 840,535 bales.
The total visible supply of cotton for the
world is 2,168,722 bales, of which 1.389,122 liales
are American, against 2,150.713 und 1,506,254
bales, respectively, last year. Receipts at all
interior towns for the week 8,669 bales; receipts
from plantations 3,917 liales. Crop in sight,
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool June 3, noon.—Wheat firm, with
good demand; holders offer moderately. Corn
film; demand fair; new mixed Western 4s lsd.
Bacon, long clear 395, short clear 395. Lard,
Western i)4s ill.
New York, June 4. noon.—Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat, higher. Corn better. Pork
dull- mess sl6. Lard firm at $6 90. Old mess
pork dull at sls. Freights quiet.
6-00 p m.—Flour. Southern quiet and un
changed Wheat ,spot s@so ana options $c
higher closing firm at near the best rates; No. 2
rod, June delivery 87$®88c, closing atß7sc;
July delivery 955@96c, closing at .".s■■, August
95$e. Corn—spot $c and options $(&/$<:
higher, closing stonily; No. 2, June delivery 47$
@47so, July 48$@4S$c, closing at 48$c, Au
gust 49$@49$u, closing at 49$e. Oats, white
steady; mixed a trifle lower; No. 2, 83$@38Uc,
ditto white 37$®38c; mixed Woetern 34®17c,
white Western 38® 42c; No. 2. June delivery 3276
<*33o, closing at 32$c. Hops unchanged and
(lull Coffee, fair Rio quiet at 22Wc; options
fairly active and higher; No. 7 Rio, June deliv
ery 19 *>@9o 20c. Sugar dull and unchanged;
refined closed firm extra C 4 13-16®
41516 c, yellow 4s<w 4 7-10 c, mould A sse, con
fectioners’ A 5 11-lß@ssc, off A 5 l-lil@ssc,
standard \ 5 5-16 c, cut loaf and crashed 6 l-l6c,
powdered 5 IVltic, granulated 7sc, cubes ssc.
Molasses firm; 50 test 2rtsc. Cotton seed oil-Ate
for crude, 40$c for refined. Hides quiet but
linn. Wool quiet. Pork steady: mess sl6 for
new sls for old. Beef dull. Middles dull and
nominal. Lard 5@7 l-ointe higher but lees
active; Western steam, on spot $7 02$ to
arrive, July delivery $7 02®. 05. Freights dull;
cotton 1 - 1 6d. wheat 2d.
Chicago, June 4.-The wheat market opened
a little less firm than at the close yesterday.
Ther was no rwwon for thiu than
the local tempar. The cables received during
the earlv hours of the day changer! the general
Situation. June wheat, however, received a
go.>d deal of attention .luring the moriUiig.lt
was bid stoutly for at the opening at 90$c. One
feature was that there was scarcely any selling
of June by anybody except the houses Identified
with the clique. It became evident early that
the clique was advancing verysulotly Its selling
price for June option. .Tune advanced graduate
‘luring the day from the opening'figure of#os®
1,,.,.1.vi. The avidity with wmcb ofjg
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iugs at each limit were taken was a surprise to
those who have held out the theory that all
wheat short now was against the "actual grain
in the country." The California bulge helped
June wheat somewhat. "Shorts" bought with
more or less freedom, realizing that the clique
controls cash wheat absolutely. Receipt* of
wheat were not as heavy as expected, being 215
ears of wheat. July wheat opened at BG*se, but
before uoon July option was forced up to 87**c
through heavy purchases by several brokers.
No great amount of clique news was floating
about. Some New Yorkers predicted a collapse
of their own corner, and consequent disaster to
Chicagoans, but no particular weight was at
tached to gossip of this sort. The last half hour
or so witnessed little reaction, but part of it
was made up. Estimates on the visible supply
next week are that it will show an increase of at
least 1,000,009 bushels. July closed at 8634 c. It
is estimated that during the morning Roscnfeld
& Cos. sold "shorts" 3,000,000 bushels of July
wheat Corn opened steadier, with a disposi
tion on the part of the local crowd to work for
an advance. Offerings were not large, and a
gain of 3tc resulted. At the bulge there ap
peared to be plenty of sale and all early gain
was lost, and the last sales were at the same
figures as on yesterday. A large part of the
trading was in changing contracts from June to
July. The opening sales of July were at 39*40.
sold to 40c, weakened and closed' at 39*ic. Oats
were dull, and sales were within *qc range.
Provisions were generally active but unsettled,
and prices fluctuated more freely within a large
range. "Shorts" appeared more anxious to
cover, and at times offerings were light. On
every bulge, however, they were ample for all
requirements, and shortly before the close a
slight weakness occurred, but the last sales of
short ribs were at the same figures asyesterday,
but on lard prices were 2*4®7*4c better. Short
ribs opened at $7 60, broke to $7 47*4® 7 50, sold
to $7 67*4, receded and closed at $7 57*4 July
lard opened at $6 72*4, sold at $6 67*4®6 72*4,
and closed with outside figures.
The following were the cash quotations:
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat, No. 2 spring
91*4® 9234 c; No. 2 red 91*<c. Corn. No. 2, 38*6c.
Oats, No. 2, 25*4@2534c. Mess pork $22 50@23 90.
Lard $6 62*6(3)6 66. Short rib sides, loose
$7 50®7 52*6. Dry salted shoulders, boxed $5 80
@5 70; short clear sides, boxed $7 65®7 70.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest, Closing.
No. 2 Wheat —
June delivery.... 9014 9234 O'.'
July delivery.... 86*4 87'4 86*4
August delivery. 84*4 81*4 61 '4
June delivery.... 38*4 88*4 38*4
July delivery... 3934 40 8!&1
August delivery. 41*4 41*4 40*4
June delivery... 25*4 25*4 25*4
July delivery 26*4 26*4 2614
August delivery. 26*4 26*4 26*4
June delivery $23 00 .... ....
June delivery $6 62*4 $6 65 $6 62*4
July delivery.... 6 72W 6 72*4 6 70
August delivery.. 6 82*4 6 82*4 6 89
June delivery $7 55 $7 65 $7 55
July delivery 7 60 7 67*4 7 57*4
August delivery. 770 7 77*4 766
St. Louis. June 4.—Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat higher; No. 2 red. cash 86*4®
86?4c, June delivery 86*40, July 82*4(®88*4c. Corn
firmer: cash 37*4@37*4c, June delivery 36*40
bide, July 37*4e. Oats firm; cash 27*4@28c,June
delivery 27c bid, July 25*4c bid. Whisky steady.
Provisions very strong: Pork firm and irregu
lar; new mess $l5. Lard firm at $6 40. Dry
salt meats, boxed shoulders $5 67*4, long clear
$7 37*4, clear rib $7 50, short clear $? 87*4. Bacon
—boxed shoulders $6 00®6 25. long clear and
clear ribs $8 20® 8 25, short clear $8 50®8 67*4.
Hams steady at $ll 25® 14 00.
Baltimore, June 4. —Flour steady: Howard
street and Western superfine $2 50®,310, extra
$3 25® 3 90, family $4 15@4 60, city mills
superfine $2 50(3,8 00, extra $3 25®,3 75, Rio
brands $4 75® 5 00. Wheat- -Southern quiet and
nominally steady: red 94®96c, amber 95®9?e;
Western higher; No, 2 winter red, on spot 96*4
®9684c. Corn—Southern about steady but quiet;
white 51@52c, yellow 48® 49c; Western firmer,
Louisville. June 4.—Grain quiet. Wheat—
No. 2,82 c. Corn—No. 2 mixed 42*4c, white 45c.
Oats—No. 2,31 c. Provisions unchanged: Bacon -
clear rib sides $7 37*4, clear sides $8 25, shoul
ders $6 50. Bulk meats—clear rib sides $7 40,
clear sides $7 65, shoulders $5 75 Mess pork
nominal. Hams, sugar-curexl, $ll 00@12 50.
Lard, choice leaf $B.
Cincinnati, June 4.—Flour steady. Wheat
steady; No. 2 red, 88c. Corn firm; No. 2
mixed 41c. Oats steady; No. 2 mixed, 29*4e.
Provisions firmer and unchanged. Whisky steady
at $1 05. Hogs quiet.
New Orleans, June 4.—Coffee unchanged.
Cotton seed products closed quiet but steady:
prime crude 29@80c, summer yellow 36c. Sugar
strong; open kettle fair to prime 4*4c. good
common to fair 4*4c, common 4*4@4*ge; cen
trifugals. off white s*4®A 11-16 c, choice yellow
clarified 5 9-16@934c, prime yellow clarified s*4c.
Molasses steady; Louisiana centrifugals.strictly
prime to fancy 28®33c, fair to good prime 22
@2sc, common to good common 18®21e.
Liverpool, June 4, 12;30 p. m.—Spirits tur
pentine 29s 3d.
New York, June 4, noon.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 35*4®35*4c. Rosin steady at $1 25®
5:00 p. m.—Spirits turpentine quiet at 35c.
Rosin quiet at $1 25(3)1 30.
Charleston, Juno 4.—Spirits turpentine firm
at3l*4c. Rosin quiet; good strained $1 02*4
Wilmington, June 4.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 81)4c. Rosin firm; strained 85c, good strained
90c. Tar firm at $1 15. Crude turpentine firm;
hard $1 15; yellow dip $2 10; virgin $2 35.
New York, June 4.—Rice steady.
New Orleans. June 4.—Rice unchanged.
MINI AT CHE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Sun Rises 4:57
Sun Sets 6:59
High Water at Savannah 7:37 am, 8:1 1 p m
Sunday, June 5,1887.
Bark Oallileo S 1 Ital), Schiaflfino, Philadelphia,
in ballast—R Salas &. Cos.
Steamer Seminole, Strobhar, Beaufort, Port
Royal and Bluffton—H A Strobliar, Manager.
Steamer Ethel. ('aiToll. Cohen's Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson. Manager.
Steamship Nacoochee, Kempton, New York—
C G Anderson. Agent.
Steamship Dessoug, Howes, Philadelphia—C
G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship Dessoug, Philadelphia.
Bark Fratelli Laurm (Ital), Palma de Majorca.
Bark Osanna (Ital), Genoa.
Bark Hama (Nor), Pooteeloff Harbor.
Fcrnandiiia, June 4—Cleared, schrs Jessie W
Starr. Warren, and Henry D May, Mortis, Phila
New Fork, Jime 2—Arrived, bark Welgunde
(Gen, McArthur jFemandlna; schrs Andrew Neb
inger. Smith, Jacksonville; Welaka, Cottrell,
Cleared, schr Mruy J Cook, Hoffses, Fernan
dina: Nellie V Hokes, Duuton, Mayport.
Hamburg. May DO- Arrived, steamship Racilfa
(Br). Cox, Coosa*, S C.
Marseilles, May 29—Arrived, bark Unione
(Ital 1, Zino, Savapnah
Queenstown, June 2-Arrived, bark Johannes
Rod (Non, Gjertsan, Savannah.
Rotterdam. June 1— Arrived,ffiark Elena (Oer),
Sunderland, Jutse I—Arrived, bark Lincelles
(Ital), Cordlglia. PBnsacola.
Georgetown, 8 C:, May Sl—Arrived, schr
Eleanor, Mott, NMv York.
Key West, Juno th Arrived, stmr Mounts Bay
(Br). Spray, Baltimore; schr Ewd Stewart, Har
Sailed, steanitug Anna Gould, Sagua la Grande
Moreheod City, N C, June I—Put in for a har
bor, schr A P ltlchonlson, from Georgetown, S
C, for New York.
Norfolk, May 31— Arrived, schr Anna T Ebener,
Springer, Port Royal.
Pensacola, June 1- Claared. stmr Amethyst
(Bri, Cawse, Genoa: harks Emilio M (Itali, Slot
tola, Buenos Ayres; J/niisa Malcolm (Br), Evans,
London: Alabama P (Ital), Pellerauo. Genoa;
Allanwilde. Cousins, Matanziis: schr Lewis A
Edwards. Peterson. Pass Christian.
Arrived 2d. schr Mary Sprague. Toland. Galves
ton: Jennie S Hall, Hall, Sabine Pass.
port Royal, SC. June 2—Arrived, schr Mes
senger, Faulker, Salem.
Arrived up from quarantine, lmrk Ilos (Nor),
Olson, to load for United Kingdom.
Sailed, stmr Ella Sayer (Br), Turnbull, United
Philadelphia, June 2-Arrived, schrs Belle
O'Neil, Butler. Feniandlna; John R Fell, Donne,
Satilla River, Ga.
Cleared, bark La Platta (Nor), Hendrickson,
Newcastle, Del, June I—Passed down, schr
Norman. Philadelphia for Fernaudlua.
Delaware Breakwater, June 2 - Sailed, steam
ship Heltnsby (Br), from Philadelphia for Port
tjfatllla River, Ga, Mar 29—Sailed, schr Adda
O Bryant, Stubbs, New York.
Arrived at Bailey's Mill* May 29, schr Palatka,
New York, June 4—Arrived, stmrs Adriatic
and Umbria, Liverpool; Canada, Londou; Po
mussen, from St Vincent, C V, before reported
aground at quarantine, has been assisted off
damaged, but to what extent is not yet known.
She null be surveyed.
Loudon, June 2 —Steamer Lovaine (Br), Mc-
Cauley, from C'oosaw March 25 for Neweaste, E,
and bark Theodosius Christian (Ger), Pain, from
Mobile Jon 15 for West Hartlepool, bave been
posted as missing at Lloyds.
Per Charleston and Savannah Rallwav. June
4—36 bbls rosin. 30 boxes tobacco, W sacks pea
nuts, 10 bbls spirits turpentine, 7u caddies tobac
co, and mdse.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—lSO bbls spirits turpentine, 232
bbls rosin, 2 calves, 2 lambs, 7 orates eggs, 1 box
mdse, 1 bale wool, 1 sewlug machine, 1 wagon, 1
crate beans, 100 cabbages.
Per Savannan, Florida and Western Railway,
June 4 -35 cars lumber. 8 oars wood, 1 car cattle,
2 cars Iron, 8 cars corn, 6 cars oats, 1 car coal, 12
bales wool, 1,017 bbls rosin. 857 Mils vegetables,
663 bbls spirits turpentine, 4,134 boxes vegetables,
6 bales hides, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad, June 4—55 bales cotton.
67 bales yarn, 78 bales domestics. 52 tales wool,
3 bales plaids. 4 bales hides, 19 rolls leather, 1
pkg paper, 93 pkgs tobacco, 57 lbs lard. 81,360
lbs bacon, 217 bbls spirits turpentine, 1,397 lbs
fruit, 665 bbls rosin, 25 pkgs h h goods, 150 bbls
flour, 18 cars lumber. 16 cars wood, 3 sacks rice,
8 cars pig Iron, 119 pkgs vegetables, 1 car rail
road iron, 2 pkgs wax, 6 bales paper stock, 106
pkgs empties, 61 pkgs mdse, 1 road cart, 7 pkgs
paint, 9 pkgs hardware, 5 cars brick.
Per steamship Dessoug. for Philadelphia—
-84 hales upland cotton, 52 bales paper stock, 480
tales domestics nod yarns. 150 empty bbls, 100
bills rosin, 223 bbls spirits turpentine, 22 turtle,
57,066 feet lumber, 100 bdls canes, 45 boxes fruit,
621 empty kegs, 804 bbls vegetables, 4,690 crates
vegetables, 70 tous pig iron, 179 pkgs mdse.
Per steamer Ethel, front Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—J G Moreel, R L Gnyland, Miss E
Gayland. Capt J I> Groover, H W Mingiedorf,
Mrs M Mingiedorf, Mrs S A Dasher, Mrs Gard
ner, G M Williams and wife, Edw Lawton, R L
Maner, A J Ives, and 10 deck.
Per steamship Nacoochee. for New York—
Mrs Krouskoff and son, Mis M Hess, Miss Nellie
Bates, Mr Walkely and wife, Mrs J Naylor, Mrs
Wlthoff. Miss M Dougherty, Mrs G Courtney,
Miss M Bums. Miss G K Robinson, Mrs Roothby
and sou, Master Brooks, P Lindsay, T B Brooks
and wife. Misses Brooks, Mias Roeber, Master C
Hawkins, C Wagner. Master H Hawkins, R J
Moses and wife, R Samuel and wife, Miss 0 G
Ijithrop, Mrs A Drake. J Fried. Mrs 8 Lathrop,
G Schwarz, J Haniar, Mrs T Brennan, L Steyer
man, W H Crane, W D Johnson, JK Foster, Mrs
H Griffin, Miss Foster, Miss Parsons, H G Phelps
and wife, T lawrence and wife, 8 M Sutliff and
wife, Miss Spear, W R Platshek, Mrs J Russ, W
H Promiergast wife and child, C A Holmes, Miss
Dwight, Mrs Dwight, Mr Colby and wife, Mr
Conklin and wife, F May and family, Mr Hull,
J R Hoage, J Strich, F Gladden, P Griffin, J H
Gaynor, J Crumley.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. June 4
—Transfer Office, Lilientlial & Son, Rieser.CS,
FI Myers & Bros.G Eckstein Cos, M Ferst & Cos,
Baldwin & Cos, J P Williams & Cos.
per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—Peacock, H & Cos, Ellis, Y & Cos,
Baldwin & Cos, J P Williams & Cos, W 0 Jackson,
T Stubbs, W 1 Miller, D B Lester, D Cox.
Por Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
June 4—Transfer Office, McDonough &. Cos. J J
McMahon, J V Denton, 8 Guckenhelmer & Son,
Reppard & Cos, Bacon, J & Cos, Frierson & Cos. H
H Lewis, A Ehrlich A Bro, Kavanaugh & B', B J
Harris, Dale. D & Cos, M Y Henderson, Perse &
L, H Myers & Bros, Grady, DeL & Cos, Ray & Q,
G Ebherwein, M Ferst & Cos, Llllenthal A Sou, G
C HayfUan, Lipmnan Bros.Bendhelra Bros & Cos,
Fret-well & N, Lee Roy Myers & Co,B W Tedder,
W S Cherry & Cos, Peacock, H & Cos, J H Ruwe,
J S Wood & Bro, Pearson &S, Woods & Cos, 8
Stephens, Bacon. J Co, A Einstein’s Sons, R B
Habersham, J C Thompson, Ludden &B, S 0
Tilton, H Solomon & Wsn, C Kolshom & Bro, J P
Kirby, M Boley & Sou, EUis, Y & Cos, C L Jones,
J P Williams & Cos, W C Jackson, Baldwin & Cos,
E T Roberts.
Per Central Railroad. June 4—Fordg Agt.
H M Comer & Cos, Butler &S, Woods & Cos, H
Porter, ,H Solomon & 8011, Vale Royal Mfg Cos,
Lilienthal & Son, Rieser &8, Kckman &V, J D
Cox, Lee Roy Myers & Cos, Smith Bros & Cos, G
W Parish, G Eckstein & Cos, Wilcox, G & Cos, S
M Harper, Lindsay & M, 8 Ouckenheimer & Son,
Epstein & W,M Y Henderson,o II ('aison.Order,
J P Williams & Cos, Peacock, H A Cos, Southern
Oil Cos, Stillwell, PAM, B J Oubhedge, B Roth
well, McDonough A 00, Weed A C, Ludden A B,
IJppman Bros. A Einstein’s Sons, Rozella Gard
ner, Harmon AC, 8 W Branch. Bacon, J A Cos,
A H Champion, L Putzel, Chesnutt A O’N, 8 B
Fielding, Baldwin A Oo,Ellis, Y A Cos, A Hanley,
W C Jackson Bendheim Bros A Cos, F Buchanan,
A Ehrlich A Bro.
Per steamship Geo Appold. from Baltimore—
D A Altick A Son, Bond. H A E. Appel 4 8, F
Buchanan, Bendheim Bros A Cos, R C Connell, J
W Clark, Chas A Sav Ry, W M Cleveland, F, F
Dell, J Cohen, W G Cooper, C M Gilbert A Cos,
J A Douglass A Cos, Fretwell A N, M Ferst A Cos,
A Falk A Son, 8 Gnckenheimer A Son, J S Gold
smith, A Hanley. J H Helmken, Lippman Bros,
C L Jones, D R Kennedy, A Leffler, D B I ester,
E Lovell A Son, Lindsay A M, Jno Lyons A Cos,
Ludden A B, McGillis A M, Marshall House, W G
Morrell, A 8 Nichols, Jno Nlconsol.Nathan Bros.
Order Harmon A Cos, Order I G Haas, Order
F M Hull, Order Grady, DeL A Cos. J O’B.vrne,
Order A Minis A Sons, Peacock, H A Cos, John
Rourke, Palmer Bros, Paterson, D A Cos, stmr
Alice Clark, schr C A Ragner, 11 Solomon A Son,
stmr Seminole, P Schaffer. Southern Ka Cos, T E
Sutton, Solomons A Cos, Strauss Bros, Mrs Pape,
Teeple A Cos, G W Tiedenlan, J P Williams A Cos.
Vale Royal Mfg Cos, J B West A Cos, D Weisbein,
Weed A C, A M A C W West. W D Waples.
Seersucker Coats for $1
At the Famous New York Clothing
House, 140 Congress street.
7th and Chestnut Streets,
JOHN TRACY, PROPRIETOR.
RATES, &13 50 PER DAY.
Centrally located, only a short walk from
Penn’a and Reading Depots. New Passenger
Elevator, Electric Bells, New Dining Room and
all modern improvements. Polite attendance
and unsurpassed table.
NEW HOTEL TOg'nl
(Formerly St. Mark's.)
Newnan Street, near Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
IMIE MOST central House in the city. Near
Post Office, Street Cars and all Ferries.
New and Elegant Furniture. Electric Bells,
Baths, Etc. $2 50 to s3j>er day.
JOHN 11. TOGNI, Proprietor.
S. A. UPSON, Manager.
SAVANNAH, - - GA.
Cl EO. D. HODGES, Proprietor. Formerly of
T the Metroixditan Hotel, New York, and the
Grand Union, Saratoga Springs. I.oration cen
tral. All parts of the dry and places of inter
est aeoHselble by street cars constantly passing
the doors. Special inducement* to those visit
ing the city for business or pleasure.
DUB'S SCB E VEN HOUSE.
'•pins POPULAR Hotel Is now. provided with
J a Passenger Elevator (the only one in the
city) and has lteen remodeled and newly fur
nished. The proprietor, who by recent purchase
ix also the owner of the estanlishment, spams
neither pains nor expense in the entertainment
of his guests. The jiatronage of Florida visit
or* is earnestly Invited The tattle of tbo
Screven House is supplied with every luxury
that the markets at home or abroad can afford.
MeABOY BOUSE, LYNN, H. C.
rATELY remodeled and refurnished. Bath
J rooms aud modem sanitary arrangements.
Term* $26 per month.
For further information address
L. S. BELL.
(Carriages meet each train.)
PROSPECT PARK HOTEL, Catakili, N. Y.
I Season of 1887 opens June first. First clas<
summer resort, of easy access, on the banks of
the Hudson. 250 feet above the Hirer, command
ing a view of the river in front for miles north
and south and the grand old mountains in the
ljackgroimd; beautiful park. 20 acres in extent;
terms moderate Fordescriptlon, circulars, etc.,
address PROSPECT PARK HOTEL CO., Cat*-
T'HOUSAKD ISLANDS. ’A.-M,mi,St. r Hotel,
J Westminster Park, Alexandria Bay, N. Y.--
“Unquestionably the fineat location in tho
Thousand Islands."— Harper's Magazine, Sept.,
1881. Send for descriptive pamphlet. 11. F.
MOUNTAIN" LAKE, GILES'dOUNTY.~VA.'
Elevation 4,000 feet. Purs, cool air on-l
waiter. No nay fever or nlotquitofs, Grant
scuQqiy,. Likai l l alod nttraz-tions. Rates per
>4K..Bt F--50- Write for pumphkt. Ad-
Meriwether County, Ga.
WILL BE OPEN JUNE Ist., with first class
V ’ accommodations at reasonable rates.
Warm Springs are on the uorth side of Pine
Mountains. 1,500 feet above sea level and sur
rounded by beautiful and romantic scenery.
The climate is delightfully cool and dry. No
mosquitoes, dust or mud.
The Spring one of Nature's wonder*, flows
1,41X1 gallons of water (IXI degrees temperature)
per minute, affording the
in America. The baths are six large pools ten
feet square, two to five deep with CLEAR,
FRESH, WARM WATER unlimited.
This water is a sure cure for Dyspepsia and
most cases of Rheumatism, Skin ana Kidney
Diseases. There is also here a fine Chalybeate
Amusements of all kinds provided. Good
Livery Stable, Bar aud Billiard Saloon, Fine
Band of Music for Ball room and Lawn.
The Georgia Midlaud and Gulf Railroad, now
running two dally trains from Columbus to
Warm Springs, will, on the 15th of June, lie
completed to Griffin, connecting there with the
Central Railroad for all points North and East.
Two daily mails and Telegraph. For further
CHARLES L. PAVIB, Proprietor.
NEW HOLLAND SPRINGS,
Gainesville, Hall County, Ga.
The Queen City of the Mountains.
This celebrated and ever-popular watering
place will be open for the reception of guests
JUKE Ist to OCTOBER Ist.
Thp entire establishment has been entirely
refitted throughout, and the service and cuisine
will be unsurpassed.
Rates according to length of stay and location
Send for circulars giving full particulars.
BARNES, EVANS *CO. AND CAMP BROS.,
lessees and Proprietors.
F. J. WHITEHEAD. Manager.
The Niagara of the South.
TALLULAH, FALLS, GA.,
ON tho Piedmont Air Une, iu the Blue Ridge
Mountains, 2,000 feet above sea level.
Open from June to November. For full par
F. 11. & F. B. SCOFIELD, Proprietors.
Late of Hotel KaatuskilL CatskiJl Mountains,
N. Y., and Leland Hotel, Chicago.
S UMMER 150 A RIX
J JOUSE of fifteen rooms. Four blocks from
depot. Grounds two acres in extent. Table
supplied with the liest meats, vegetables, fruits,
poultry, Jersey milk and butter. Water drawn
from a well blasted fifty feet in the solid rock.
Tatt and Salt Springs water on draught. Ad
dress Mrs. MARY J. WRIGHT, Marietta, Ga.
Blount County, - Tennessee.
THIS Health Resort will be open May Ist, 1887.
The most celebrated Dyspeptic Water
known. Elegant Hotel and Grounds. Excellent
Table. Telephone connection with Knoxville.
Rates: $1 per day; $25 )ier month for May and
June; $2 per day. $lO and $l2 per week, $35 and
$4O per month for July and August. Half rates
for children. J. C. ENGEL, Prop.
Sail Spring li[
THIS New Resort Hotel, especially adapted
for families, has reduced Its rates to $, per
week. The accommodations are first-class in
every respect. For further information ad
dress T. J. MAY, Proprietor,
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs,
OPEN JUNE Ist. First class in all its equip
ments. Terms reasonable. Special rates
for families and large parties.
For particulars address
GEORGE W. KAGO & CO.,
Montgomery Springs P. 0.,
Montgomery county, Va.
LONG BRANCH, N.T
United States Hotel,
A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL,
OPENS JUNE 25, 1887.
La.r k i) 4b v a x 13 j, p; af\
r J''HE finest and healthiest place In the moun
tains. All kinds of amusements. Board $9.
Bend for circular.
V. BRAMSQN, Catsklll, NY
The “Mentone” Villa,
Sea Cliff, Long Island, N Y.,
IS now open for the reception of guests. Terms
$lO to $lO a week. All apjioiiitments strictly
first class. This Is an exceptional place for
Southern families to attend a pleasant summer
at. A. SPEED.
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS”
GREENBRIER COUNTY, W. VA.
The most celebrated of all the Mountain
Resorts, and one of the oldest and most popular
of American Watering places, will open for the
season June 1 Elevation above tide-water,
8,000 feet; surrounding mountains, .'J.fSOO feet.
Send for pamphlet describing hygienic advan
tages. 11 F EARLE, Sup’t.
Saratoga Sprlng,N. Y,
OPENS JUNE Zmi.
Popular rates $9 00 per day
YVIIEIiK are von goiu;; this summer with
VV your family!' For comfojt, pleasure,
grand and picturesque scenery, delightful, cool
climate and powerfully tonic waters, try the
SWEET SPRINGS, WEST VIRGINIA,
accommodating comfortably 800 visitors. Hot
and Cold Baths; Water; Gents' and Ladies'
Swimming Pools; a fine Brass and String Band.
Board per ilay, $3 00; per week. $10; ]*T month,
SOD. For pamphlet address J. WATKINS LEE,
rpHE WATAUGA HOTEL. Mo w tag Book. Jf.
1 C. In the mountains of North Carolina.
4.1)00 feet above the sea Easily aeivnib!.- M--.ii
cal graduate on the premises. Terms the low
est Id North Carolina. Opened June Ist for the
season. For Information addi-ess WATAUGA
HOTEL CO., Blowing Rock. N. C.
DUTCHBR 1101 kk
PAWI.INO, N. Y., on the Harlem railroad; a
Urge brick structure, first class In every
particular. Now open Terms reasonable Send
lor circulars. WM. If.
Tint: mm. true bluel truebluE,
S. W. VENABLE & CO. * 8. W. VENABLE * CO. 8. W. VENABLE & C
IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THERE ARE SO MANY IMITATIONS M
urn ii in tobacco!
On the market, we, therefore, take this method of informing
the public that the very best chew the
Grenudne True Blue!
Each plug of which is labeled with an oval blue tag with
the name of Manufacturers :
S. W. VENABLE & CO., Petersburg, Va.
Can be had from the following well-known and Responsible Dealers:
HENRY SEMKEN, SE cor. of Bay and East Broad: John Siems, Screven Ferry dock; John H.
Entelman, SE cor. Broughton and East Broad; Henry Fehrenkamp, SE cor President and
Reynolds; M. Entelman, Arnold and South Broad: M. F'.ntelniau, Cleburne and Randolph; John
Oefkeu, Reynolds and Jackson; M. McCarty. Perry and Randolph; John Grimm. NE Wheaton and
Randolph; Claus Oerkeu, Wheaton, opp. Dale, Dlxou <fc Oo.; Harms & Meyer, Liberty and Ran
dolph; Em. El. hholz, Liliorty and Wheaton; Cord. Asendorf, NW Liberty and East Brood; Mrs.
C. Werner, Hull and Price; J. F. Sohwlebert.SE Price and York lane; J. H. Lange. NW Price and
York lane; J. D. Helmken, NW Charlton and East Broad- J. M. Asendorf, SW Charlton anil East
Broad; A. 11.. Entelman, Price aud Charlton lane; Henry Freeht, Habersham and Chariton: M. W.
Suiter, Price and Taylor: John Kuck & Cos.. Taylor and East. Brood; M.Egnn, Mercer and Huo-j
tingdoti; Martin Helmken, NE South Brood and East Broad; Wm. F. Reid, Druggist, SW South l
Broad aud East Broad: Fred Weasels, Huntingdon and Price; Roltert Barbour. Price and Hall;
D. Harms, Bolton and C. L. R. R. Junction; P. H. Sehueneman. Bolton and fast Broad; J. H.J
Wilder, New Houston and Lincoln; Geo. Renken, Bull and Anderson; Mrs. A. Kaiser, White Bluff!
road and First avenue; A. Quint * Bro., Lovers lane; John Mever, Lovers lane; Geo. Dieter, -Tv.-i
Waters road, near Lovers lane; John Murken, Thmiderbolt mod, beyond Toll Gate; P Pattersoßj
White Bluff road: P. J. Higgins, Middle Ground rood; Stephen Maner, Middle Ground roaH
Henry Bleyert, White BlutT road; Geo, Witte, Montgomery and Anderson: Lube A Games, DuflH
and west Broad: H. F. Kramer, New Houston and West Broad; F. H. Haar. Bolton and
Broad; T. F. Malloy, Gwinnett and West Broad; C. H. Monsoon, SE Huntingdon and West
A. Quint, Drayton and Perry; Win. R. B. Briefing, Jefferson and York lane; J. R. Finn & Bro,. Nm
Huntingdon and West Broad; Wm. Diets, Minis and West Broad; Fred Asendorf, sllnts and TaflH
nail; C. J. H. Woeltjen A Bro.. Wayne and Jefferson; J. F. Entelman. East Broad and LibertS
Wilson Kieler, Broughton street opposite Marshall House; Hy F. Groot, East Broad and CharltoH
Joe Barbour, Barnard and New Houston; D. J. Nagle, Duffv and JeffersqH
J. A. Fratas, Barnard and York lane: J. H. Helmken, Whitaker and
Broad lane; Ben Galla, Whitaker and Liberty lone; Ham A Hoar, DravtS|
and State; P. B. Reid, Druggist, Aberoom and Jones; R. Palmer, Bull and BroughtxH
lane; R. Palmer, Jefferson and Puffy; John Kuck, Drayton and Jones lane; E J Kieffer,
gist, West Brood and Stewart; J. I). Monsees, Roberts, near West Broad; J. F. Lube, Sims
Purse; Geo. Schroder. Little Jones and Purse; J. 0. Zeigler, Little Jones and Guerara; FrujH
Palmer, Rims and Lumber; Gerken Bros., Wilson and Guerord; Rocker Bros., Little Jones
West Broad; Geo. Kuck, West Broad and Perry lane: J. F. Tietjen, West Broad and New Stroll
Geo. Welhrock, Walnut and Harrison; Ctias. Onstek, Pine and Ann; Wm. Vollers. Pine and FarflH
H. Renken, Ann and Bryan- I). Entelman, NW Boy and West. Broad; F H. Jachens, NE Bay
West Broad; J. P. Dally SW Mill and Farm- Geo. Killers, NW Mill and Farm; H Renken,
and Farm; J. M. BlschoiT River and Farm; Wm. Brown, Bryan near Jefferson: Mrs. Duffyjß
Julian and Houston; J. H. Van Newton, comer Anderson and Lincoln; Philip Sanders,
Bluff road; Mrs. F. Kriete, White Bluff road; Fr. Grava, Ogeecheo road.
M. MENDEL 8s BRO., Sole Ag’tg
BULL AND BA Y .Vi REETB, SAVANNAH, GA.
FIRE! FIRE! FIREI
lAIIOTH MILLINERY IODSI
Yes, badly Damaged, and all those Bea J
tiful and Fine Hats, Flowers, Tips, Plumdi
and Trimmed Hats will, in a few days, be al
most Given Away. Look out for a tremen
dous crowd. Don’t buy a Hat, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Plumes, or anything in the Millinery line,
as the entire stock will be thrown on the
counters at FIRE PRICES in a few days.
LA DIEM’ UNDERWEAR, BOYS’ CLOTHING, CANTON MATTING.
WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING- GOODS AT
DURING THE ENSUING WEEK:
BLACK SILK GRENALINES. '
One lot Black Silk Grenadines at DOe.; reduced from $1 25.
One lot Black Silk Grenadines at $1; reduced from $1 35.
One lot Black 8111 c Grenadines at $1 15; reduced from $1 50. j
One lot Blaak 811 k Grenadines at $1 25; reduced from $1 75.
One lot Rummer Silks at 26c. a yard; worth 50c. One lot Summer Silks at 85c. a yard; worth
One lot Summer Silks at 40c. u yard; worth 55c. One lot Summer Silks at 50c. a yard: worth 75gtf|
One lot Summer Silks at 55c. and 60c. a yard; worth from 00c. to si.
LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Ladle*’ Embroidered Corset Covers at 26c. ladies' Extra Heavy Chemise at 25c.
lollies' Chemise, Pointed Yoke, Embroidered Band* and Sleeves, at 45c.; worth 65c.
Ladies' Gowns, Mother Hubbard Yoke, Trimmed with Cambric Ruffle, at 50c.; actual valua
75c. each |
Ladles' Gowns, Mother Hubbard Style, Solid Yoke of Hamburg Embroidery between TucUH
Edged Sleeves and Neck, at $l.
One lot Boys' Cassimere Suits at $1 75; worth $2 60.
One lot. Boys' Cassimere Suita at $2; worth $2 25.
One lot Boys' Cassimere Suits at $2 50; reduced from $3.
One lot Boys’ Casalinere Suits at $3; reduced from $8 75.
One lot Boys' Cassimere Suits at $1; reduced from $4 75.
One lot Boys' Cassimere Suita at $5; reduced from $5 85.
One lot Boys’ Cassimere Suits at $6; reduced from $7 50.
25 Rolls Fancy Matting at JOr ; actually worth 25c 25 Rolls Fancy Matting at 25c.: worth SO)
30 Rolls Fancy Matting at le.; worth 85c. 20 Rolls Fanoy Matting at 35c.; worth 40c,
Wednesday, J-ane Rt>i -
1164 Broughton Street, Near Bull,
& Hates'. %