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' 'savannah market.
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, t
Savannah. Ga., July S, ISST. f
Genebal Remarks. The past week in the
general market "’ as a t * u " aill ' leaturel ss one
tbroHgbout- The advent of a holiday, and
especially the national holiday, always produces
this. There was, however, in some few depart
ments, a better business in progress for a few
days of the week, due, of course, to its being
the early part of the month, when orders held
met- were rushed in The most activity visible
was in the dry goods department, the buying for
the fall season having opened up quite early,
an d orders from- travelers were very lib
eral. resulting in a fairly good move
ment. In groceries, there was a good
steady demand for the staple articles of food
for immediate consumption. In all other de
partments trading has moved along in a dull
and listless manner, with a very light shipping
movement all around. There have been a few
(n ice changes, and values as a rule were quite
fiim. The market for domestic exchange
was higher. The money market was quieter,
the demand having fallen off. The security
market was very dull and inactive with some
jue .sure to sell all unguaranteed stocks anil de
bentures. The appended resume of the week's
badness will show the tone of the latest quota
tious of the different n ar'.cets, together with
the closing quotations.
Navai, Stores.— The market for spirits tur
pt'miue was quiet during the week hut steady
on a slight decline in prices. There was a fairly
good inquiry but with free offerings t ie mar
ket sold off Hjc. Tiie sales for the week wei e
fully 4,500 casks. Fosin—The inarke>
was quiet and easier, and prices declined f, r
~o o d strained and the finer grades. The do
man! was light and of no importance. Ili ■
.sales for the week were about 5,)0j barrels.
Elsewhere will lie found a comparative state
merit of receipts and exports from April 1 to
date, and for the samo tune last year, showing
the stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared,
together with the official closing spot quotations.
Cotton. The market during last week
has contii tied very dull and to u great extent
nominal- There was a very moderate inquiry;
i.oirlei s. however, were very firm. Prices were
mused down ’4c. all round on Tuesday, but
syaiii recovered on Thursday. The total
sales for the week were only 37
bales The first oale of toe new crop was re
ceive at Brunswick on Tuesday and classed low
nun .nog. The reports from the interior indi
- the condition of the crop as extremely sat
isfadory, but the severe rains of the past week,
it is feared, will have the effect of changing this
materially. The following are the official spot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 11%
Good middling 11
T/uv middling 10%
Good o dinary 10
:,-i stand. —The re eipts reported byfac ors
for the - up to 4 p. m. were 4 bags and uj
gales for the. same time 70 bags, leaving the
gt.n'S at 017 bap. There is little interest mani
fested in the market. Holders of the stock are
quite firm and refuse to part with clean cotton
except at full figures. The offerings are mostly
Of stains, very little clean remaining in hand.
The above business was on the basis of quota
Common Georgias and Floridas.. .14 (Ksls%
Good medium 17Ufd l 8
Medium fine 18k
Extra fine 20M>iii21
Choice ‘-Si @
The receipts of cotton at this port from all
sources the past week were 4fi bales of up
land and 4 bales sea island, against 1,514 bales of
upland last year, and 3 bales sea island.
The particulars of the receipts have been as
follows: Per Central railroad. 41 bales up
land; per Savannah, Florida and Western Rad
ii iv Company, 4 bales sea island; per Florida
6 amers 5 bah s upland.
The exports for the week were 1.032 bales up
land and 38 bales sea island; to Boston. 30 bales
upland; to New York, 1,002 bales upland 38
bales sea island.
The stock on hand to-day was 491 hales up
land and C>l7 bales sea island, against 5,112
bales of upland and 1,498 bales sea island last
Comparative Statement of Net Receipts, Exports and Stocks of Cotton to the Following Places
to Latest Dates.
Received since ' Exported since Sept. 1, 1886. j hand and on
ports. SeptenHer lsf. i I Shipboard.
Great I o'thb"n Total iC’sftrtse !' 1
1880-87 j 1885-86 Britain.' Prance. Ports. Foreign} Ports. | 1887. 1886. j
New Orleans Inly 8 1,720,520 !.720,174 721,0:18' 319,902 370,249 1,114,189' 300,821 73.190 32,024
Mobile July 8 213,404 210,053 40,80?! 40,807! 174,905;! 410 5,07?
Florida July 8 12,872! 19,180; | 12.8727
Texas July 8 100,578 : 095,504 : 256,540 30,352 104,900 390,7981 394,904 i 3,297 1,090
I Upland. July 8 759,0301 772,099 223,8911 18.018 213.960 -480,4991 288,373 1 491 912
havanrmn } S ea Ts'd. July 8 30,7061 23.041 ! 1,744! 1,744 j 27.082 617 737
(Upland. July 8 388,98-4; 190,042 89,979: 43,862 143,136 276,977| 105,470 1 444 144
t nat.eston -J ?t . a I( ., and tl|1 | y j 7,305. 8,228 885 10 835 8,313 835 1,217
North Carolina Inly 8j 134,0551 100,89811 90,888 7,960 10,857 109,01d 90,154 ) 1,039 320
■ ’■•rgliiia July 81 840,540! 894,661 423,904 2,150 12,300 488,300; 221,851 2 278 I 935
N Turk . July 8 1 87.028! 61. W!; 409,666 40,272 285Jk 745,53(i| 145,991 107,238.
tttht-g porta July 8| 312,289 334,01811 293.4341 8,760 34,155 336, 839 j . 17.314 15,2291
Total to date . . ... 50216,4911 1 2,020,057.
Total to date in IS*. . . ~... | i ..J 1 | i j 251. 129.
Comparative Cotton Statement
Of Gross Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand, Jcly 8, 1887.
AND FOR THE SAME TIMK LAST YEAR.
• 1886-7. jj 18856.
Sen . ;! Sea j
A Island. Upland. I ■ Island. Upland. \
Stock on hand ScpteralTgr 1 1.119' 4,304 551 3,298
j Received this week 4 481 S 1 1.7-14
Received previously 27,210 771,183s 23.3R2, 776.939
• Total u..T ! 28,383 775..V8! 23.986! 781,751
Exported this week I 3s !.(*? iy 2. pjs
Exported previously 27,72* 7lf,OK‘ 22.1*9 774.^11
[ Total 2:. 775,012; 23,438 i 7i
(Stock on hand and on ship--
board July 8 i J?i 5.112
Movements or Cotton at Interior Points,
fn ! z 'cceipts il oil shipments for Iho work end-
Jl, ly s and stack on lmnd to-night, and for
'nr same time last year:
, —Week ending .luly 8, 1887.--,
Receipt $. Shipment). Stock).
‘"Wist# (X) 2,788
voliimhiis, ]5 4040
two weeks... 35 30 25
won ' .... .... 194
‘J-nnigomory . . 38 .. 183
Sf'ma ’ j 3 159
CTPhis HO 1,291 LDI
Total 603 ~L835 11**11
ending July 10, 1888. ->
, Receipts. Shipments. Storks.
J u ,B"ota A j *97 7,M8
.j# 117 1.25*
K‘’ ,n ' , M 50 55
Montgomery ]Rl 2.014
v lma ......... 27 282 2.188
‘Sfophis 199 2.951 17.0 WT
oashvllle 9 ui 1.14
Tw ‘ 472 "M?J 33161
THK FOLLOWING STATEMENT SIIOWS THE NET RE
CEIPTS AT ALL PORTS FOR THE WEEKS ENDING
•JULY 6 AND JULY 1. AND FOR THIS WEEK LAST
This Last last
r . . Week. Week . Year
Galveston 43 38 414
New Orleans 526 1,214 4,541
2 lf>bile , 14 37 410
Savannah 47 1,024 1,517
Charleston 117 19 1 gr-j
Wilmington 7 09
Norfolk 273 12s 549
New York 37 159 3
Various 1,721 978 4,778
Total . „ 8,781 3,597 18,980
CONSOLIDATED COTTON STATEMENT FOR THE WEEK
ENDING JULY 8. 1887.
Receipts at ail U. S. pons tliis week 12 vm
Total receipts to elate 5 216 tOl
Exports for this week 17J 39
Same week last year 39 339
Total exports to date 4 2)9 73''
Last year .7.
Stocks at all United States ports 245.312
Last year . 303,043
Stock at all interior towns 112*
Last year 821431
Stock at Liverpool 780.000
Last year 649J100
American afloat for Great Britain 17,00il
Last year oo.noo
LIVERPOOL MOVEMENT SOU TtIK WEEK ENDING
JULY 8. IHS7, AND FOR THE CORRESPONDING
WEEKS OP 1880 AND ISSS:
„ , 1887. IRBO. 18K5.
Sales for the week... 07,000 72,000 40,000
Exporters took 4.700 3,40.1 2.300
Speculators took— 9,000 4,900 1,300
Total stock 780,000 frjo.OOO 823,000
Of which American.. 520,000 171,000 007,000
T'l imports for week. 31,000 09,000 16,000
Of which American.. 4,<Xk) 43,000 11,000
Actual exports 2,590 o,o* 17,200
Amount afloat 187.09.) 132,000 81,000
Of which American.. 17,003 ou.iXK) 30.000
Price ■••• •_ ■ s;frl 5 5-1 (id s^d
Visible Srppt.Y oy Cotton.—Below we give
the table of visible supply, ns made up by cable
and telegraph for the b'innncial unit Conmu r
ri'il Chrmur’c tn July 1 The continental
stocks, as well as these of I ire.lt 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 July Iwe add the items of
exports front the United States, including in it
the exports of Friday ouly.
Stock at Liverpool 807,000 003,000
Stock at London 24,000 20,000
Total Great Britain stock ... 831,000 083,000
Stock at Hamburg 4,1110 5,700
Stock at Bremen. 65.100 40.700
Stock at Amsterdam 33,000 27.000
Stock at Rotterdam 200 400
Stock at Antwerp 1,400 1,700
Stock at Havre 221,000 102,000
Stock at Marseilles 3,000 6,000
Stock at Barcelona 44,000 60,000
Stock at Genoa 9,000 19,000
Stock at Trieste 14,000 11, 000
Total continental stocks. ... 384.800 333,500
Total European stocks . ..1,215,800 1,016,500
India cotton afloat for Europe.. 230,000 250,000
American cotton afloat for Eu
rope 32,000 140,000
Egypt, Brazil, etc., afloat for
Europe 22,000 9,000
Stock in United States ports... 276,567 358.988
Stock in U. S. interior towns.. 29.0'Hi) 77,409
United States exports to-day.. 2,328 1,040
Total visible supply 1,803,325 1,853,603
Of the above, the totals of American and other
descriptions are as follows:
Liverpool 563.000 494.000
Continental stocks 233,000 236.000
American afloat for Europe... 32,000 140,000
United States stock . 276,507 368,988
United States interior stocks . 23,030 77,409
United States exports to-day.. 2,328 1,040
Total American 1,138,525 1,308,103
Total East India, etc 009,800 545.500
Total visible supply 1.138,525 1,863,603
The imports into continental ports this week
have been 55,000 hales.
The above figures indicate a decrease in the
cotton in sight to date of 45.278 bales as coni
pared with the same date of 1888, a decrease of
41,900 ball's as compared with the correspond
ing date of 1885, and a decrease of 364,903 bales
as compared with 1884.
India Cotton Movement.—The following is
the Bombay statement for the week and year,
bringing the figures down to June 30:
BOMBAY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS FOR FOUR
Shipments this week—
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1887 11,000 9,000 20,000
1886 11,600 11,000 22,0 X)
1885 9,000 5,000 14,000
1884 2,000 16,000 18,000
Shipments since Jan. 1 —
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1887 339,000 018,000 057,000
1880 292,(XX) 668.000 895, IXX)
1885 205,000 443,(XX) 648,000
1884 400, IXX) 579,000 1,039,000
Receipts — This week. Since Jan. 1.
1887 17,(XX) 1,392,000
1880 13,000 1,292,(XX)
1885 11,000 906.000
1881 10,000 1.497,(XX)
According to the foregoing, Bombay appears
to show an increase compared with last year in
the week’s receipts of 4,000 bales, and a decrease
in shipments of 2,000 bales, and the shipments
since Jan. 1 show an increase of 62,000 hales.
Money Market—Money is very quiet.
Domestic Exchange—Scarce. Banks and
bankers are buying sight drafts at >6 per
cent premium, and selling at % per cent, prem
Foreign Exchange—The market is weak.
Commercial demand, $4 83; sixty days, $4 81%;
ninety days, ?4 81%: francs, Paris and Havre,
commfrcial, sixty days, £0 24%; Swiss, $5 24%;
marks, sixty days, 94*4-
Securities—The market is inactive, with some
pressure to sell stocks and debentures.
state Bonds — Bid. Asked.
New (ieorgla 4U per cent bonds 104)4 105
Georgia new 6s, 1889, January and
July coupons 103 104
State of Georgia gold quarterlies. 107 108)4
Georgia Smith’s, maturity 1896,
ex-interest 120 121
City 1 taints --
Atlanta 0 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
Macon 0 per cent 11l 112
New Savannah 5 per cent, quar
terly, October. 102 102%
New Savannah 5 jier cent, quar
terly, August coupons 102% 103)4
Savannah, Florida and Western
Railroad general mortgage
bonds, 6 per cent interest cou
Atlantic and Gulf first mortgage
consolidated 7 percent, coujions
January and July, maturity
1897 ••• 113
Central consolidated mortgage 7
per cent, coupons January and
July, maturity 1893 109 112^
Georgia Railroad 0s —_ 105 107
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
first mortgage 113
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
second mortgage .... 110
Mobile and Girard, second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, cou
pons January and July, maturi
ty 1889, ex interest • • • 102 104
Marietta and North Georgia first
mortgage 0 percent..... ..... 90 100
Montgomery and EufaulA first
mortgage indorsed 0 per cent 107
Western Alabama second mort
eoge indorsed 8 pel cent, cou
pons October, maturity 1890 .108 109
South Georgia and Florida in
domed , - •; 118 133
South Georgia and Florida sec
ond mortgage .114 lit)
Ocean Steamship 0 percent bonds,
guaranteed by Central Railroad 102)4 103
Gainesville, Jettersou and South
ern Railroad, first mortgage,
guaranteed - ••• H J V "6)4
Gainesville, Jefferson anti South
era. not guaranteed lM
Gainesville, Jefferson and South
ern, second mortgage, guaran-
Columbus and Rome, first Indors
od 5h w*
Columbus and Western 6 per cent
first guaranteed ......... ■■••••
Augusta and Knoxville railroad <
cent first tm>rt gag'' lionds. 109)4 111
City and Suburban Railroad, first
mort gage 7 per cent bonds 103)4 110)4
Augusta and Savannah, < percent
guaranteed 133 ijj
Cent ml common, }~ iii
Georgia common, ex-dividend . IJB axi
Southwestern, 7 per cent, guaran
teed, ex-dividend 128 128)4
Cent ral. per cent certificates ex
interest 4 lw
Atlanta and West Point railroad
Atlanta and West Point 6 percent
cert ideates 108
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1887.
Da 11k Stocks
Southern Bank of the State of
Georgia . . 800 ffcl
Merchants' National Bhnk 157
Savannah Bank and Trust Com
pany 98 100
National Bank of Savannah 130 121
The Oglethorpe Savings and Trust
Company 10G 107
Savajuiah Gas Light stock 21 22
Mutiml Gas Light v 2U 23
Factory Bonds —
Augusta Factory tis 105
Sibley Factory 0s 105 ....
Enterprise Factory 6s 105
Factory Stocja i—
Eaple and Phoenix Manufactur
ing Company 120 121
Augusta Factory 105
Graniteville Factory 140
Langley Factory 108*
Enterprise Factory Company 48
Enterprise Factory, preferred 108
J. P. Manufacturing Com
Sibley Manufacturing Company.. 97
Naval Stores.- The receipts for the past
week have been 5,758 barrels spirits turpentine
and 13.W2 barrels rosin. The exports were 4.3-50
barrels spirits turpentine and 8. sn barrels rosin,
moving as follows: To New York. 2.974 barrels
rosin and 1.287 barrels spirits turpentine: to Bal
timore. 442 barrels spirits turpentine and 1.480
barrels rosin; to Philadelphia, 202 barrels spirits
turpentine and 100 barrels rosin; to the interior,
5 barrels spirits turpentine and 156 barrels rosin:
to Boston. 400 barrels spirits turpentine and 200
barrels rosin; to Bristol, 2.000 barrels spirits tur
pentine and 2,*>70 barrels rosin: to Pernambuco.
1,531 barrels rosin. Tin* following are the Board
of Trade quotations: Rosin A. B. C, I> $1 no, K
Si 05, F Si (i Si 12UgJ H Si 20, I Si 25,
K Si 50, M $1 65, N Si 8;), window glass S2 15.
water white $2 50. Spirits turpentine—regulars
Receipts, Shipments and Stock from April 1,
188<>, to date, and for the corresponding date
f 1883-7 x , 1885-0
Spirits. Rosin. Spirits. Rosin.
On hand April 1.. 2#43 77,10S 2,116 61,821
Ree and this week.. 5,758 13,802 3.309 8,549
Itec'd previously. 62,550 139,054 52.921 117,211
Totals 70,85! 230,324 58.348 187,581
Shipments: Foreign —
Aberdeen 3,080 .... 3,544
Antwerp 5.167 2,592 1,500 4,800
Bristol. 2,000 2,370 1,964 4,094
Buenos Ayres 2,500 1,500
Genoa 3,250 .... ....
Garaton Dock 0,050
Glasgow . 1,841 9,600
Goole 2,850 ... 8,223
Hamburg 2,818 5,017 5,956
Liverpool ... 5.476
London 12,741 14,417 4,800 10.121
Montevido 1,400 .... 1,500
Oporto - 000 .... ...
Pootecloflf Harbor 18,798 3,186
orders 1,968 573 .... 1
Riga 2 9,090
Reval ... 1,417
Rotterdam 1.422 11,007 2,051 900
Stettin .... 6.200
Trieste 200 10,300 .... 4,840
Coast t inse —
Baltimore 4,010 23,899 5.873 22,063
Boston 4.453 2,497 4,773 4,149
Brunswick 500 404
Philadelphia 2,732 1,083 2,477 2,650
New York 10,022 50.710 12,030 41.339
Interior towns.... 3,573 908 5,559 2.209
Total shipments.. 59,032 178,953 49,085 149,896
Stock on hand and
July 8 ILIO9 51,371 9,261 37.685
Rice—The very inclement weather during
last week interfered with business somewhat,
and shipments wjye restricted. There was,
however, a moderately good inquiry. Though
the market ruled quiet, prices hold steady. The
statistical position of this grain is quite
strong and holders are inclined to he very firm
in their views and ask full prices <;i all offer
ings of good stock. The sales for the week were
about 1,100 barrels at al)out quotations:
Fair .. .4*4^4^
Prime 5 @.5*4
Country lots 60@ 90
Tide water 90@1 15
Bacon Market firm; demand good;
smoked clear rib sides, shoulders, ;Wc;
dry salted clear rib sides, 8)gc; long clear, BVgc;
shoulders, none: hams, 12tf>c.
Bagging and Ties- Market quiet. We quote:
Bagging -44 tbs, Bty@Bt &r, 2 lbs, -VJ
Tbs, according to brand and quantity.
Iron ties—Arrow and other brands, Si 00@1 05
tier bundle, according to brand and quantity.
Bagging and ties in retail lots a fraction higher.
Butter —Market steady; oleomargarine, 14@
16c; choice Goshen, 18c; gilt edge, 22c; cream
ery. 24 @ 25c.
Cabbage— Northern, 9(7?) 10c.
Coffee —The market is steady. We quote for
small lots: Ordinary. 19c; fair, 20c; good.
20}£c; choice. 21c; feaherry, 22Wc.
Cheese— Market nominal;small demand ;stock
light. We quote, ll(3i 15c.
Dried Fruit—Apples, evaporated, 13c;peeled
7c; peaches, peeled, 19c; unpeeled, s@7c; cur-’
rants, 7c: citron, 25c.
Dry Goods —The market is firm; business
fair. We quote: Prints, 40 6 c; Georgia brown
shirting, 3-4. 4 7 8 do, -4 brown sheet
ing, oU<’; white osnabitrgs, jjl&d 1 Qc; checks,
yarns, 85c for bes|tfHgc.s; brown drill
Fish -We quote full weights: Mackerel-
No. 1, $7
$0 00<b>7 00; No. 2. $7
20c: scaled, 2 r )0; cod, s(j^Bc.
Flour—Market weak, demand moderate.
We quote: Extra, $4 15®4 85; fancy, $5
5 25; choice patent, $5 25(&5 65; family, $4
Fruit— lemons—Market advancing and de
mand fair. We quote, $4 00(0x4 50.
3 rain -Corn— Market very non: demand light.
We quote: White corn, lob lots, 63c; carload
lots, 61c; mixed corn, Job lots, 01c; carload
lote, 60c. Oats steady; demand good. We
Quote: Mixed oats, 45c: carload lots, 40c. Bran,
§1 10. Meal, 05c; Georgia grist, ier sack, $1 10;
grist, per bushel, 70c.
Hay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 00; carload lots, 90c. Eastern, none. North
Hides. Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry flint, 12c; salted, 10c; dry
butcher, He. Wool—Market weak and declin
ing; prime in bales, 28(028W*; burry, 10<g>15c.
Wax, 180. Tallow*, 3i'o4c. Doer skins, flint, 20c;
salted, 16c. Otter skins, 50c(ft$4 (X).
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4}4(gJ>c; refined,
Lard—Market is steady; in tierces, 7*4c; 50-Tb
Lime, Calcined Plaster and Uf.ment- Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is selling
at $1 30 p:r barrel: Georgia, $1 30; calcined plas
ter. $1 50 per barrel; hair. 4c. Rosendalecement,
$1 50; Portland cement. $2 50.
Liquors—Full stock; steady demand. Bour
bon. $1500)5 50; rye,
Nails -Market firm; fair demand. We quote:
3d, $3 90 ; 4d and sd, $3 25; 6d, $3 00; Bd, $2 75;
KVI to 00il, $2 50 per keg.
Nuts—Almonels, Tarragona, 18(5;20c; Ivicas.
walnuts, French, 12c; Naples, 16#?; pe
cans, 10<* ; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa. $5 25 |>er I<>).
Oils Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9<7Moe; lard, o**c;
headlight, 15c; keronene, 10c: water white,
neatsfoot, 02<</,8Oc: machinery, 25(gi30c;
linsded, raw , 52c; boiled, 55c; mineral seal, 10c;
fireproof, 18e; home light. 18c.
Onions—Bermuda, $1 60 iKr crate; native,
$1 00/.f l *25 per <’rate; Egyptian, $2 50 j>er craU*.
Potatoes Scotch, $8
$3 00*3,5 00
I*eas -Demand light: cow peas, mixed. 75<7h
80c; . Jay, suckled. $1 OOtR-1 15;
black eye, $1 25(7 r 1 50; w hite crowder, slso^
Prunes -Turkish, 5%c; French, Bc.
Raisins- fH*mand light; market steady: loose
new Muscatel. $2 <x): layers, $2 00 pt;r box; Lon
don layers, $2 25 per box.
Shot—Drop. $1 40: buck, $1 65.
Salt The demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, tkk: fob; job lots,
Sugar -The maket is firm; cut loaf, tfic;
standard A, 6c; extra (J, s}*c* C yellow, s*>4c;
Syhup Florida and Georgia syrup. 4<V7t4se;
the market is quiet for sugarhous** at 35(7/ <>.•;
Culm straight gfHHls, 28c in hogsheads; sugar
i: i use nu das ten, %N s
Tobacco Market dull; demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, 25c<fr$l 25: chewing, com
mon. sound 25<fr3dc; fair, 30(7135c; m*<lium,
HAflOc; bright, W<b7bc\ fine fancy, Mfto*9*)c;
durk navies. 40<^50c.
Lumber-The demand from the >Vfest is
quiet, owing to fear of effect of interstate com
merce bill; coastwise and foreign inquiry is
only fairly active. Prices for average schedules
are firm at quotations: We quote, rob:
Ordinary si/a‘B sl3 502JM7 00
Difficult sizes 16 00(?f,21 50
Flooring lioards 16 00<V£*20 50
ShJpstulT 18 60®* 1 50
Timber—Market dull and notninsl. We quote:
Von feet average
800 ** 10 (X)
900 u * 4 11 im/M 00
1,000 •* •• 12
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 reet average SO 00@ 7 00
809 “ “ 7 00@ 800
900 “ “ 8 00@ 900
1,000 44 “ 9 00@10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Li mber —By Sail There has been no arrivals
this week. Vessels, however, are offered
freely. The market is very quiet. Freight
limits are from $5 00 to $0 25 from this
ami the near Georgia ports to the ChesiqH*ake
ports, Philadelpliiu. New York, Sound ports
ami eastward. Tiim>er, 50c@$l 00 higher than
lumlier rates. To ti c West Indies and wind
ward, nominal; to South America. §l3 OiK? 14 *•;
to Spanish and Mothten'anean ports, sllon@
12 00; t< United Kingd*'ip for orders, timU*r,
27'i / 28s; luint*ei , t‘3 16s. Steam To New York,
$7 00; to Philadelphia. $7 CO; to Boston, $9 00.
Naval Stokes—Dull. i\*reign (’<wk, etc., for
orders, 2s lOUjd, ami. or, 4 Adrintit*. msin,
3s; (kmoa, rosin, 2s Coastwise Steam
To Boston, 50c on rosin, $1 00 on spirits; to New
York, rosin 50c, spirits 80c; to Philadelphia,
rosin, 80c, spirits 80c; to Baltimore, rosin 30c,
Cotton By Steam -The market is nominal.
Liverpool via New York F Tb 3 10d
Liverpool via Baltimore V lt> 8-10d
Antwerp via New York V *b tad
Havre via New York V 9 me
Havre via Baltimore 00c
Bremen via New York lb 11 10c
Reval via New York 11-32(1
Bremen via Baltimore tt v^c
Amsterdam via New York 65c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 61c
Genoa via New York lb %<1
Boston ty hale 1 35
S<*a island ty bale 1 75
New York ty bale 1 35
Sen island hale 1 35
Philadelphia ty bale 1 35
Sea island ty bale 1 35
Baltimore P oale 1 25
Providence hale 1 50
New York U barrel 60
Baltimore barrel 60
Boston U barrel 00
Vegetables By Steam <By special contract)
—To New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Haiti
more, standard crates, AH': barrels, 40c. With
out the contract, crab s, 35c; barnds, 75c.
Grown fowls ty pair. § 65 @ 80
Chickens, to grown 40 @ 00
Springers 25 @ 40
Ducks ty pair 50 @ 75
Geese $ pair 75 @1 00
Turkeys pair 125 @2 00
Eggs, country, ty dozen 14 @ 15
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va. Tb .. @ 6
Peanuts—Hand picked lb @ 5
Peanuts—Ga. ty nuskel. nominal. 75 op 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. ivas U bush. 50 (5, 60
Sweet potatoes, yel.yams ty bush. 65 @ 75
Sweet pot’s, white yams ty bush. 40 @ 50
Poultry Market, steady; receipts heavy;
demand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown in good request. Eggs- Market steady,
with a good 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, [
Savannah, Ga., July 8, 4 p. m. s
Cotton—The market continues dull and nom
inal. On ’Change at the midday call, at Ip. in.,
the market was reported steady and unchanged,
with sales of 12 liales. The following are the
official spot quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 11J4
Good middling. 11
Low middling 10y$
Good ordinary 10
Rice—The market was quiet, but very firm.
There was a good inquiry, and about 860 barrels
changed hands during the day on the basis of
quotations. We quote:
Prime 5 @SJ4
Country lots GOffi), 90
Tide witter 90@1 16
Naval Stores The market for spirits tur
pentine was quiet but steady ot quotations.
The sales for the day were only 150 casks, at
30}4c for regulai>. At the Board of Trade on
the opening oall the market was rep wtad
steady at BOV4C for regulars. At the closing
call it was steady at regulars. Rosin—
The market was quiet and easier. The sales
for the day were 950 barrels. At the Board of
Trade on the first, call the market was reported
dull at the following quotations: A, B, ( and
DSi 00, Esl 05. F 10, Gsl 15, 11 §1 20, Isl 25.
K SI 50, M Si 05, N Si 85, window glass $2 21,
water white $3 50. At the list call it was
quiet, with sales of 550 barrels, at the following
quotations: Fsl - N $1 80, win
dow glass $2 15. Others were unchanged.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. July 8, noon.—Stocks dull but
steady. Money quiet at 6 per cent. Exchange
long $4 82*4(2)4 82^ t , short $4
bonds dull but steady. Government bonds dull
5 p. m. Exchange, $4 Money at 6(3i3
I>er cent. Sub-Treasurv lalanc*es (hud. sl3l.
061,000; currency, $12,120,000. Government bonds
dull; four per cents 127 * /H ; four and a naif per
cents 108*>4. State bonds dull.
The stock market retained the same general
characteristics to-day that it has shown t hrough
out the week, being feverish and weak through
out almost the entire day. The professional
element predominated in trading to a larger ex
tent than has been seen for some time, there
ljeing little or no commission business done,
while London was apathetic and Chicago ojhtu
tions were confined to sales of Grangers.
Traders raided the market from the opening
almost to the close, and turned their attention
to substantial stocks, w hich have l*>on remarka
bly held of late. The most conspicuous example
of this fact was tbo selling down of New York
Central to 107 from 10044. The most Important
attack was made during the afternoon, when
Reading and New England, which had presented
a firm front throughout the day, yielded, with
the remainder of the list. Richmond Terminal
was conspicuously weak. During this time
many depressing rumors wen* *t afloat, none
of which could lie traced to any ant bentic source.
Outside of a few' stocks, however, fluctuations
were confined to fraction* only, and trading,
with the exception of one hour in the afternoon,
was extremely dull and listless. The close was
dull but firmer. Everything but New England
is lower on the active list, Manhattan bring
down 2 j>er cent.. New York Central l r £. Lacka
wanna and Wheeling and JAike Erie luis
vilie and Nashville and New Jersey Cent ral
Union Pacific and Colorado C-oal 1, and the re
mainder fractional amounts. Sales 220,090 shares.
The following were the closing quotations:
Ala. class A.2 to 5.105t£ New Orleans Pa-
Ala, class B, 65... 115 eifle, Ist rnort... 78
Georgia 7s, mort.. 109* N. Y Cent ral . .. 108 y*
N. Carolina 0s . . .121 Norf. &W. pref... 45tZ
N. Carolina 4s 96 Nor. Pacific
So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref... W.oZ
consols 101 Pacific Mail 44*6
Tennesseeos 73’/4 Reading 50b,
VirginiaOa Richmond <Y Ale 2V^
Va. consolidated.*ss Richmond & Danvlso
Ch'peake & Ohio OK Richin’d &W. Pt.
Chic. A Northw'n.HOU Terminal 29>4
“ preferred line*k Island 129
Dela., fjack A W. 132' r St. Paul 80
Erie 30>4 “ preferred.. 120
East. Tennessee. Texas Pacific .... ‘29
new sb>ck 12 Tenn. Coal A Iron. 31*4
IjQk(* Shore Wl*4 Union Pacific 609!
L’ville & Nash . 014s N. J. Central. 7841
Memphis & ('liar 5 ) Missouri Pacific... lifi'Z
Mobile & Ohio ... 13 Wes*t*rn Union 76m
Nash. & Chatt'a .§79 riottonOUTrust cer 39 [u
•Asked. 4Bid. |Ek. Dlv.
Liverpool, July 8.12:30 p. m. -Cotton steady,
with fair demand; middling uplands XJ/U I.
middling Orleans sales 10.000 l>al?s, tor
speculation and export 1,000 bales; receipts
1,000 bales -American 1,100.
Futures-—Uplands, low middling clause. Au
gust and Septetnlwr 553 64J, also h 54-6 PI; Sep
tember and Octolier 6a& 64d, also 5 33-Okl; Oc
toberand NovemlierO 28-Mtl; January ami Feb
ruary A 204Vki,Beptemlier A 54-Old. Market quiet
and somewhat inactive.
The tenders of deliveries at to-day’s clearings
amounted U) 200 tulles new docket
Kales for the week 57.000 i*al,<s American
41,000 bales; xrs'itlators tor*k bales: -x
--porters tok lalre: fofwOPded from shßm’
side direct to spinners 2.5(10 IioJoh; actual ex
port 7.600 bales: total rceii>ts for the week
34,000 bales—Atnertcui 4,000 bales; total stock
780.000 lialcs American 528,((00 i>ales; total
alloat 187.00(V-American 17.000 laics.
2 p. m. -Tho sales to-day Included 8,100 bales
Futures—^Uplands, low middling clause, July
delivery 5 flB-64d. miyenh Julj' and August
5 53-04d, sellers: August and BejHeml>ers 52 Old,
buyers: Aeptomljer ami Octolier 5 82-64d. sellers;
October and November Alf 04d. stdleiss; Novetn
her and Decern her 6 2)-64d, sellers; December and
January 5 19-A4d,sellers; January and February
5 19 64c, sellers: September 5 52 04d, buyers.
4 p. m. —Futures: Unbinds, low middling
clause, July delivery 5 52-01*1. buyers; July and
August 6 HU-bid* sellers; August and SeptemUr
A 62-644, sellers: September and October A 8! -6Id,
sellers; October and November 5 21 -Old. buyers;
November and DeoMber h 19-044, sellers; De
cenil)eraiid January 5 13-644. sellers: January
and February 5 18-644, sellers; September
5 52-044. sellnrH Market closed easy.
New York, July 8, noon.—Cotton opened
quiet hut steady; middling: uplands 10 1516 c,
middling Orleans 11 Vf*c: sales >H bales.
Futures—Market steady, with sales os follows:
July delivery 10 Me, August 10 70c. September
10 (Me. October 0 71c, November 9 02c, Decem
ber 9 00c.
s:'K> p. in. Market closed quiet but steady;
middling uplands 10 15-lOc, middling Orleans
llVfcc; sales to-day 300 lvales; net receipts 37
bales, gross 72.
Futures Market closed steady. with sales of
135,700 hales, as follow**: May delivery 9 90(3)
9 91c. July 10 09(0)10 710, August 10 71c. Septem
ber 10 03c. r 10 04c, October 9 73(j>;9 74e, November
9 68u£,9 05c. Deeemlier 0 62(gi9 03c, January 904
<ft9 65e, February 9 70<&9 72e, Mttrch 9 7009 78c,
April 9 S;,/ 9 sic.
Green & Cos a report, on cotton futures savs:
**< >ur cotton market to-day has shown more ac
tivity in contracts and considerable sharp
fluctuation, with the average rather in favor of
the bulls, nut a continued feverish and per
plexed feeding among the general line v.f oi**va
tors. An irregular loss of s@lo points on oKI
crop was the result of further spilling of small
longs and some selling for scalp, and the re
cover)' that restored rates over the entire line.
Of the early loss, with some months showing
fractionally above Inst evening, was due to a
sudden fright among small shorts, increased by
a rumor of worms in the crop districts and
slightly firmer private accounts from abroad at
thedose. The tone was steady within a frac
tion of t he highest of the dav."
Weekly net receipts 37 bales, gross 3,939;
exports, to Great Britain 11,295 bales, to the
continent 3,765, sales 4,5-11 bales, stock 145.991
Galveston, July B.—Cotton nominal; middling
Norfolk, July 8.-Cotton nominal; middling
Baltimore, July B.—Cotton firm; middling
Poston, July 8. -Cotton quiet; middling 11c.
Wilmington, July B.—Cotton firm; middling
Philapelphia, July 8. -Cotton firm; mid
dling m 4 c.
New Orleans, July B. Cotton stoady; mid
dling 10) 4 c.
Mobile, July B.—Cotton nominal; middling
Memphis, July B.—Cotton quiet; middling
Ai*(csta. July B.—Cotton quiet but steady;
Charleston, July B.—Cotton quiet but firm;
Montgomery, July B.—Cotton nominal; mid
Macon, July B. Cotton ; middling -c.
Columbus, July B.—Cotton quiet; middling
Nashville, July B.—-Cotton quiet; middling
Selma, July 8. Cotton middling 10^c.
Home, July B.—Cotton quiet; middling 10%c.
Atlanta. July 8. -Cotton middling —e.
New York, July 8. Consolidated net receipt*
for all cotton ports to-day 305 bales; exports to
Great Britain 2,751 bales, to the continent 158
bales; stock at all American ports 245,312 bales.
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
i Liverpool, July ft, 12:80 t. in. Wheat steady;
demand fairr; holders otter moderately; re
ccipts of wh'*at for the past throe days 102,(XX)
centals, including 58,000 American. Corn firm
and in fair demand; new mixed Western 3s lid;
receipts of American corn for the past three
days 53,700 centals. The weather is warm and
New York, July 8, noon.—Flour quiet but
firm. Wheat higher. Corn bettor. Pork firm;
mess, $l5 00<a>. 15 60. Lard steady at $6 80.
Freights steady. Old mess pork firm at $l4 50
5 p. m.—Flour. Southern Arm; common to fair
extra $3 80rTi3 90. Wheat le higher; No. 2
red, H76sK7tsc, July delivery 80% 87c, August
85<&85%c. Corn steady and moderately active;
No. 2, 45%(f545%c, July delivery closed at 44V*jC,
August 45jfc(<$40%c. Oats ' *> higher; No. 2,
Hops quid but steady. Coffee, fair Kio
steady at iHVic. Sugar firm, with moderate in
quiry; refined steady Molassesdull and nominal.
Cotton seed oil 34@25c for crude, IdW.d 44c
for refined. Hides quiet. Wool firmly held;
domestic fleece 30<?(,37e, pulled 14@34c. Pork
steady. Middles dull and nominal. I>ard B(jss
points lower and heavy; August delivery $6 76
(d 6 77, Bepteml*er $6 86<v$0 hh. Freights steady.
Chicago, July B.—Wheat operators began
buying quite lively on the cum this morning,
and continued their operations to the regular
board. Trading opened much more briskly than
for several days past. August started Me higher
at 73%c and sold up t o 7214 c. Crop dispatches
of damage l>y grasshoppers and had weat her
were accountable for a share of the early
strength in wheat, but these influences and the
buying they induced were bandy sufficient to
keep August up to 72%c. This price brought out
quite free offerings, and values soon went down
to 72% '72‘-£c. Trade Ivecarne very dull. Au
gust sold off to 72V4C and clos**d at 72%0. Corn
during the early hour?* was at prices about on a
level with yesterday's close. It was nearly
noon when dullness and heaviness set in. and
leading futures declined V4c and more deferred
moved down but a fraction. August sold from
30%ct0 86%e. oats opened firm and ) 4 (rs%c
higher. There was a fair speculative demand.
Arrivals were small and corn was hotter. These
were the main influences causing advances. A
ouiet market subsequently prevailed, and the
demand finally proved to no tame l>oth on
speculative and snipping account. Most of the
of the early advance was lost, but lute in tin*
session the market was strong at about %c over
yesterday's price*. August opeinsl at 26)4c and
closed at 25%c. Provisions remained In the
same listless condition as on yesterday. The
knowledge that stocks of pork, lard and short
ribs arc controlled by a few parties, deters
speculators from indulging in free short selling,
and at the same time they are indisposed Cos
buy heavily for fear of being unloaded on,
hence prices were confined to a narrow range,
and at the close short ribs were the same as
yesterday, but lard was 2%(frsc lower. August
lard sold at $6 45, and ribs at $7 55(2m 60,
the latter closing at $7 60
Cash quotations to-day ruled as follows: Flour
—-A little 1 letter feeling exists, and trade shows
more improvement; prices steady and without
quotable change. Wheat, No. 2 spring 70)4(S)
io%c, No. 3 spring 63c; No. 2 red 73%(ft74c.
Corn, No. 2, SoMc. Oats, No. 2, 25%c. Mess
pork slstfLlo. Lard, $6 87%. Short rib sides,
loose, $7 52)£. Dry salted shoulders,boxed, $5 50
(5r 5 00; short clear sides, boxed. $7 95<&7 95%.
Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
July delivery — 70% 70% 70)4
August delivery. 72% 72 }z 72%
Sept, delivery... 74% 74% 74%
July delivery... 36% 36% 35%
August delivery. 36% 86% 86%
Kept. delivery. . 37% 37% 37%
( )ats —•
July delivery..., 25% 25% 25%
August delivery. 26% 26% 25%
Hept delivery... 26% 20% 26%
July delivery. $0 87)4 $0 37)4 $0 37)4
August delivery. 645
Sent, delivery.... 0 57)4 6 57)4 655
July delivery $7 BO $7 52)4 $7 52)4
August delivery. 7 <lO 760 7 6<)
Sept. delivery. .. 7 72)4 7 72)4 770
Baltimore, July H. Flour quiet and easv;
Howard stroH and Western Kuperflw $2 60(2$
8 00, extra $3 156&8 73, family $4 <JO(Z& 4 50, city
mills superfine $2 50'/3 00, extra $3 25(68 75;
Kio brands $4 50(7r 4 75. Wheat -Southern steady,
with good inquiry; red NsK</HBc t B4<&B6c;
Western firmer hut quiet; No. 2 winter red, on
spot 84*4c bid. Com Southern nominal, in the
absence of receipt*; white yellow 48®
49c; Westerji steady but dull.
IXMtisviLLC. July H. drain steady: Wheat-
No. 2 red. 75c. Corn No. 2 mixed 44c. Oats—
No. 2, 20^.20 W*. Provisions firm: Bacon- clear
rib sides $B5O, Hear sides $8 00; shoulderH $0 50.
Hulk meats clear rib sides $7 80, clear sides
$8 12)4; shoulders $3 75. Mess pork nominal.
Hams* sugar-cured, OO. Lard, choice
St. Lotus. July 8. Flour quiet ; Rood trading.
Wheat weak anJ lower; No 2 red, cash 74 , y&
July delivery August 74)46$
T JJ4c, Corn dull anil unHiang*xl; cash 82<532)4c,
July delivery 82e. Oats quiet, but firm; rash
2<lUc;July delivery 2l)£c. Whisky steady at
$1 oft. Provisions Hoaed dull and weak; Pork
irregular; new $l5 50 s6 25 Dry salt
meats, boxed shredders $5 7ft: long clear
$7 50, clear riba $7 BO, snort clear $B.
Bacon -boxed shoulders $0 12)4 r ''o 50, long
clear and clear ribs short clear $0 25.
Hams steady at $ll 00(7/ 14 00.
Cincinnati, July -Flour easier. Wheat firm;
No. 2 red 7’4c. (>rn active and higher; No. 2
mixed 40 iffy lie. Oats strong; No. 2 mixed 80
<js3lc. Provisions- Pork quiet at. $l5. lard
quiet at $0 20. Hulk meats quiet; short clear
$7 73. Bacon steady; short rilw $8 75, short
Hear $O. Whisky steady at $1 05. Sugar steady.
Ilogs easier; common and light $4 (Jur&ft 10,
IMioking and butchers $4 05j$5 15.
New Orleans, July 8.- (’often in light demand;
bohle firm; Kio < u*goe common to prime 17M
<&2oc. Cotton seed oil products dull ami nomi
nal. Btagars qutat; Louisiana open kettle, good
fair sssc: Ixmmiami CMltrtfllffala. off vvllll.*
prime yellow clarified Bc, seconds s(asJ4e. Mo
lasses steady; Louisiana centrifugals, strictly
prime to fancy XHff$XU:, fair to good prime Zl
4J2.0C, common to good common lHfeiilc.
I.on don, July 8. -dtnslti, pale Is ftd®9s Od.
New York, Jiilv ♦, noon. -.Spirit* turpentine
dull mmc. Ko.ln (lull at (I in-cl |5.
S:ort p. ra.—Rosin dull at 91 lOtail 15. Tur
pentine dull at .title.
( 'mat. baton, July 8. -Spiritsturpentine steady
at DfHdc. Itosin steady; Rood strained $l.
WilminotoN, July B. Kplrlls turpentine steady
at Slide. Rosin firm; strained Hsc, g-iod strained
(We. Tsr firm at 91 83. Crude turpentine firm;
hard 91 10; yellow dip 91 B 6: wirjrin $8 00
New York, July B.—Rice steady, with fair in
New Orleans, July 8. —Rice quiet; Louisiana,
ordinary to prime 4@sc.
Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Tho following special to tho Mornino News
is published for the benefltof our Florida and
Georgia readers and those interested in fruits
and vegetables, and can be relied upon as accu
rate ami reliable:
New York, July B.—Watermelons, Florida and
Georgia, prime, ja) per hundred; fair to good,
$lO OOSJIB 00 per hundred; tomatoes, Florida,
0c ]K‘r crate.
J. D. Hashaoen,
Eastern Agent Florida Dispatch Line.
sill C I*l Ni I NTKLLItj KNCI*.
MINIATURE ALMANAC Tillri DAY.
Sun Rises 5:01
Sun Sets 7:05
Hum Water at Savannah. .11:18 am, 11:27 p m
Saturday, July 9, 1887.
Steamship City of Augusta, Catharine, New
York—C G Anderson, Agent.
Steamer David Clark, Usinn. Fernaudina—C
ARRIVED Ur FROM QUARANTINE YESTER
Itark Ole Hull (Nor), Riis, to load for Europe
—M S Coßullch A Cos.
SteamshipCityof Savannah,Smith, Now York
—C O Anderson, Agent,.
Steamship Juniata, Askins, Philadelphia—C Q
Brig lCllida (Nor), Olanssen, Bristol -A R Salas
Steamer David Clark. Usina, Feruandina—C
Steamship City of Savannah, New York.
New York, July 8 Arrived. Arrived# sehrs
Minnie Honsall, Lodge, Darien, Ua: BI 1 iaz
sard, Smith, Georgetown, S C; Geo II Congdon,
Cleared, steamship Hawarden (Br), Wilson,
Beaufort, S 0.
Berwick, July s—Arrived, steamship Winston
(Br), Edwards, Coosaw, 8 C.
Dover, July tl Passed, barks Platon (Nor),
Anderson, Savannah for laßidon; Folkvang
(Nori. Ilenriksen, Pensacola for Sutton Bridge.
Isle of Wight, July 5 - i’asseil sltip Altai (Bus),
Larsen, Pensacola for Hull.
Kinsale, July B—Passed, Prince Rupert (Br),
O'Malley, Pensacola for Fleetwood
Lynn, July 5 Arrived, steamship Helmaley
(Br). Tindale, Port Royal, S C.
Montevideo, May IH Arrived, harks Isaac
Denham (Nor), Klaveness, Pensacola; Katns
chatka (Nor), Hovier, Brunswick.
Sailed May 80, harks Regina (Nor), Bronland,
Doboy; 81st, Annie Torrey, (Nor), Fogh, Pensa
cola; June 0, Pioneer (Nor), Nicholson, Pensa
Newport, July B—Arrived, steamer Hector
(Br), Harris, Coosaw; bark Alfred Uibbs (Nor),
Sligo, Julv 1 Arrived, bark Superbe (Ger),
Boston, July 8-Arrived, schr Flora Rogers,
McLeod. Brunswick, Ga.
Cleared, bark Henry L Gregg, Carter, Bruns
Bull River, BC, July 6 Arrived, steamship
Aslidell (Br), Main. Philadelphia.
Darien, July tl Cleared, bark Blue Bird (Br),
Jacksonville, July 4—Sailed, sehrs Charles C
Lister, New London; Jas E Woodhouse, Bayles,
Key West, July 5 Arrived, sehrs Mary Jane
(Br). and Pioneer (Br), Nassau.
Pensacola, July tl Arrived, harks Volpe (Itai),
Port Vendres; Luisa (ltal), Ferraro. Dundee.
Port Royal. H C, July o—Arrived, Hteamship
Ilttghenden (Itg), Race, New York.
Philadelphia, July B Arrived, sehrs C H Fos
ter, Coombs, Pensacola; Samuel McManemy,
Sat ilia River, Ga, July I—Arrived at Bailey's
Mills, liark Alexaud<*r Keith (Br), Mcllgorm,
New York, July B—Arrived, steamships Trave,
Bremen; City of Chester and Britannic, Liver
Schr Fannie A Gortram, Welch, from Bruns
wick, Ga, for New York, July 5, off the Capes of
Baltimore, July tt—The lumber cargo (about
880,OIK) ff-et,), of bark Lauretta (Br), at Key West,
has been purchased by the American Towing
Company, of Baltimore, for $750. The same
company previously purchased the vessel. Ttte
steamer Raleigh, which lias lieen chartered to
load general cargo at New Y’ork for Key West,
will return with tho Luuretta in tow to the
Per Charleston an<l Savannah Railway. July 8
-6 bbls rosin, 225 turpentine bbls, 1 car wood, 1
box groceries. 3 boxes biscuits, I Ikxcs candy, 1
car melons, 2 hales hides, 7 pkgs h li goods, 1 box
eggs, 2 coops chickens, 1 coopnogs, and indse.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Hallway,
July h 1,1117 bbls rosin, 814 bbls spirits turpen
tine, 85 cars melons, 31 cars lumber. 7 cars wood,
8 cars staves. 1 ear cattle, ft bales wool, 18 bids
Intties, 1 bales hides, 10 Ulls ba;:s, 3 bbls eggs,
5 rolls leather, 13 cases moldings, 25 pkgs mdse.
1,370 boxes vegetables, 70 bbls vegetables, 10
pkgs cribs, anti mdse.
Per Central Railroad. July 8—57 bales yarn. 20
hales domestics, 0 bales bides. 07 bales plaids, 3
bales wool, 1 pkg pnj or, 91 pkgs tobacco, 27,750
llm lard, 13,738 lbs bacon, 175 bbls rosin. 250 bbls
meal, 13 bbls spirits turpentine. 470 lbs fruit,
55 bbls whisky, 00 W bbls beer, 120 *4 bbls beer,
12 pkgs h h goods, 175 bbls flour, 100 sticks flour,
19 uorses and mules, 9 cars lumber, 1 car laths,
7 pkgs wood in shape, 107 tons pig iron. 1 car
barrels, 83 pkgs vegetables, 95 pkgs mdse, 16 do*
brooms, 11 cars brick, 8 pkgs hardware, 50 cuaea
eggs, 400 bales hay, 10 cars melons.
Per steamship City of Savannah, for New
York —46.620 melons, 65 bales sea island cotton,
167 bales domestics and yams, 95 bbls rice, 897
bbls rosin, tk>4 bbls spirits turpentine. 31 turtle,
60,000 feet lumber, 64 bulos wool. 67 bbls pears.
655 crates poors, 61 bbls vegetables, 2,558 crates
vegetables, 161 tons pig iron, 458 sacks onions,
196 pkgs mdmv
Per brig FJlida (Nor), for Bristol-1,174 bbls
spirits turpentine, measuring 60,278*4 gallons—
Paterson, Downing <V Cos.
Per steamship City of Augusta, from New York
Rev John Mitchell, Miss Fannie Dub, A II Mo
Kibbon, Miss Dolly Dub, L W Hart ridge, W W
Gilmore, E F Holland, LG Bowers,'J VanDuzen,
A Garnmert, Moses Cohen, J I. Mairson, W J
Culbert, C R Dbuond Jr. anti 4 steerage.
Per steamer David Clark, from 1.-rnnndina and
way landings—Miss C Mlckler, Miss Julia Bliss,
lliveros Miss Cl litia. Miss E Williams,
Mins D Colesberry, Miss L Hubbard. \V B Brum
bly, L J Glover, Jno Hagan. G W < r Connor, C R
Jackson, II II Huntington, M Mulcair. Miss May
Huntington. E D Brown and wife, Wm Brown,
Per steamship City of Savannah, for New
York J W Wendell and wife, L Williamson, JT
Carr, Mrs Porter, B F Oliveros, C V Schuyler, R
M Long, Mrs S A Day, J W Ix>ng, Miss L licvy,
S G IJennekly and wire, Mrs T I. Mead, II West,
Mrs Murphy*. W K I/*nte. J J Mcßay and wife,
J E Grauy, F J Wilson. Ctnw < )hsich, G W Clark,
G E Coleman and wife, John O'Brien.
Per Charleston and Sava u nab Railway. July 7
Transfer < XMce. R D McDonell, D B lister, G
A Keller. J P Williams A Cos, Decker it F, bulla*
Brown, McMillan Hro*, J K Torrent, Mra Carrie
F'*rrebee, Brown Bros, J F Walsh.
Per steamer David Clark, from Fernandina
and way Landings 8 Ouckenheimer A Son. T K
Dunham, W B Mell A Cos, M Ferst A Cos. Ray A
O. Leo Roy Mgers A Cos, H Solomon & Bon. Jus
Hunter, Liliembal it Bon, I Epstein & Bro, R W
Kvle, A Loftier. Weed t C, peacock, H A Cos.
Perßavaunah, Florida and Western Railway.
July 8 Transfer oftlce. Standard Oil Cos, Weed
A (5. P Tulwrdy, M Boley A Bon, W B Mell A Cos,
H Myers & Bros, c K StulU, M Y Henderson, A
F Kublman, Lee Roy Myers A Cos. J W Tynan, L
Putvud, J K Clarke .v Cos, Perse A L, Geo Meyer,
M Ferst A Cos, V Kolshorn A Bro. Dale, I ) A Cos.
R B Cassels, McDonough A Cos, Reppard A Cos, J
i lope land Frk rson A Cos, .1 A Don gl ,•> • & o I
L Hammond. Savannah Steam Bakery. Ray A
O E Lovell A Bon, J P Williams it Co,(J L Jones.
Ellis, Y A Cos, Peacock, H A Cos, W C Jackson, J
W Hunter, M Maclean, W W Chisholm, Baldwin
A Cos, E T Roberts. W W Gordon A Cos.
Per Central Railroad. July B—Fordg Agt.
W I) Blmklns & Cos, Graham &H, A B Hull, T
Steffi mm, A Minis A Hons, Gray A <VB, Kckmnri
A V, Frank <t (do, Lilienthal A Bon. Mohr Bros,
G Eckstein A Cos, Harms A J. Smith Bros A Cos,
S Ouckenheimer A Son. Lindsay it M. O Vogel,
J 8 Collins A Cos. Palmer Bros, G W Tiedeman,
M Ferst A Cos, Lippman Bros, W B Mell A (’o,
J P Williams A 00, A R Altmayer A < Up. Vina
Bita, Vale Royal Mfg (k>, Lee Roy Myers A Cos,
Still well. I'AM. McDonough A Cos, Carpenter A
L. Peacock, H A Cos. W I Miller. Warren it A, L
Putsel, s Mitbem Cotton Oil Co,H Myers A Bros,
Perse A L, H Suiter. M Y Henderson, T L Kin
soy, J C Thompson. CL J ones. IG Haas, Kay A
Q, Cotton Mntner, W J O'Brien.
Per steamship City of Augusta, from New York
—A R Altmayer /t Cos. Byck & 8, S Y', r Branch. 0
H Cole, Bond, HtK, JO Butler, W G Cooper,
C H Carson. J 8 Collins A Cos, Carpenter A 1., E
M Connor, .1 A Douglass A Cos, Mrs B Denton, .1
lierst, B Dub, I Epstein A Bro, A Ehrlich A Bro,
Eckman A V, G Eckstein A Cos, Ellis, Y A Cos, D
S Einstein A Cos, J 11 Estill. M Fersr. A Cos, Frank
A Cos, Fretwell A N, J H Furber, A Falk A Son,
Fleischmon A Cos, S Guekenheimer A Bon.Fisher
Bros, 0 M Gilbert A Cos, Gray A O’B. F Gutman,
A Hanley, Hirsch Bros, A B Hull, T Halligan, A
L Hartridge, S Krouskoff, JnoLvonsACo, A
}( Livingston, Lilient.hal A Son, H F Lul* A Cos,
HH lewis, H Logan, Lloyd A A, Mohr Bros.
Meinhar l Bros A Cos, Lee Roy Myers A Cos. P
Manning, R D McDonell, McGfllis A M, Marshall
House, J G Nelson & Cos, Neidlinger AR, Ogle
thoi )ie Club, Palmer Bros, K Piatahek, L Putzei,
Pulaski House, C I> Rogers. C L Riciiards, Theo
Roderick, W I) Simkins A Cos, J G Sullivan A Cos,
H Solomon & .-sjn. Strauss Bros. F B Springer,
E A Schwarz, P Tuberdy, G W Tiedeman, BW
Tedder Wm Seheihing, Vale Royal Mfg Cos, A
Tanenbaum, A M A C W West, Weed AC, W U
Tel Cos, H Welinsky. J P Williams A Cos, sttnr
Katie, Southern Ex Co,Ga A Fla I S B Co,C R R.
s. F & w Ry.
LIST OF VESSELB IN THE PORT Of
Savannah, July 8, 1887.
City of Augusta, 2,870 tons, Catharine, New
Vork, Idg —C G Anderson.
Juniata, LB2O tons, Askins, Philadelphia, cld—
C G Anderson.
Geo Aujiold, 8(5 tons, Billups, Baltimore, ldg-v
Jas I! West A Cos.
Liliertns (Rus), 524 tons, Kcklund, at quarantine,
wtg A R Salas A Cos.
Brabant (Belg), 190 tons, DeVries, Antwerp, di*
A R Salas A Cos.
Gudvang (Nor), 494 tons, Schmidt, Europe, idg
—A R Salas A Cos.
LaPlata (Nor). 596 tons, Hendrickson, Europe,
idg -A R Snias A Cos.
Galllleo Siltali, t)18 tons, SehiaiTluo, Europe, Idg
—A R Salas A Cos.
Meteor (Ger), 585 tons, Voss, wtg—A R Salas A
Glcr (Br), 4(19 tons, Shields, , wtg—Jas K
( l.trko A Cos.
Pohona(Br), 799 tons, Jamieson, repairing—Jaa
K Clarke A Cos.
Petrus (Nor), 540 tons, Sveudsen, Pernambuco,
cld —Stro chan A Cos.
Talisman (Nor). 485 tons, Larsen, Europe, Idg—
Hoist A Cos.
Collector (Nor), 635 tons, Anderson, Europe, Idg
—Host A Cos.
Hans Tims (Nor), 389 tons, Thiis, at quarantine,
wtg. los Karie, Jr.
Ohdulia (Sp), :i42 tons, Bonet, at quarantine,
wtg Butler A Stevens.
Ole Bull (Nor), 546 tons, Hllse, Euro pie, idg—MS
(’ostdich A Cos.
F.llida (Nor), 221 tons, Olan/Pn, Bristol, cld—
A H Salas A Cos.
Annie 0 Grace, 491 tons, Grace, Philadelphia,
dfs Jos A Rolierts A Cos.
Belle O’Neil, 445 tons, Butler, Fall River, Idg—
Jos A Rolierts & Cos.
Welcome R Recite, 'isti tons. Lozier. New York,
idg Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Annie S Conaiit. 435 tons. Blachford, Baltimore,
Idg Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Bessie Morris, 404 tons, Wheaton, Philadelphia,
Idg—Jos A Roberts & Cos.
Charmer, 376 tons, Daholl, New York, idg—Mo*
IJonottgh A Cos.
Iblanthc (Br), 393 tons, Card, Paysandu, Idg—
Straclian A Cos.
A. L. HARTRII )(>£T
UYR AND BRLTjB on commission all classex
> of Stockland Honda.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUIIMINGk
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO. f
ORDERS EXECUTED on tho New York, Chi
cage and Liverpool Exchanges.
KI SSI MM EE CIfT'BANK:
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
r pRANSACTa regular banking business. Give
I iMirtioular attention t4i Florida collections.
CV*rreetM)ntlen*:o solicited. Issue Exchange oa
New York, New Orleans, Savannah and Ja*ds
Honville, Fla. Resident Agents for CoutU AOa
and Melville, Evans & Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
25c. per lb.
22 and 22 1-2 Barnard St
GRAIN a vii im.
Cargo Eastern Hay!
90,000 bushels CHOICE MILLING WHIT®
8,000 bushel* MIXED CORN.
80,(100 bushels HEAVY MIXED OAT&
100,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN.
100 000 FRESH CORN EYES.
1.000 bushels COW TEAS.
CLAY, speckled, white and mixed.
Grits, Meal, Lemons,
Oranges and Vegetables.
STOCK FEED, ETC, ETC.
Call for prices on carloads.
T. P. BOND & CO..
ir>r> Huy street. f
Keystone Mixed Feed,
All Kinds of Feed For Horses
and Cattle, Sold By
172 BAY STREET.
RUSTLESS IRON PIPE.
EQUAL TO GALVANIZED PIPE, AT
MUCH LESS PRICE.
Weed & Cornwell.