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OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, (
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 27, 4 p k. f
rottos— Tba market continues Arm, with au
active demand. The sales for the day were 384
bales. On 'Change at the midday call, at 1
p. m., the market was reported Arm and un
dmnged. The following are the official spot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Good ordinary 8)$
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand At'O. 27, 1887, and
fob the Same Time Last Year,
AW **"•<* Island. *&*“*
Stock on hand Sept. 1 1,149 4,304 551 3,298 1
Received to-day 18 9C9 1 557,
Received previously 27.347 774,982 23,387 782,8071
Total 28,409 780.246 23,939 786,663!
Exported to-day 1,086 560;
Exported previously 27,939 778,054 22,709 783,164)
Total 27,939 777,140 22,709 783,724
Stock on band and on ship- 1
■[ board this day 470 3,105 1,230* 2,9381
Sea Island—The market was dull and entirely
nominal. We quote:
Common Georgias and Floridas 14®15
Good medium 17®1794
Medium fine 18®
Fine 19® 1994
Extra fine 20®21
Rick—The market was active and firm. The
sales for the day were 192 barrels at about
quotations. We quote:
Fair 454® —
Good 45|® —-
Countrylot 60® 90
Tide water 90® 1 15
Naval Stores—The market for spirits tur
pentine was very quiet, but unchanged. The
sales for the day were 94 casks, at 2954 c for
regulars. At the Board of Trade on the
opening call the market was reported steady
at 29540 for regulars. At the closing call it was
quiet at 2954 c for regulars. Rosin—The market
was firm, with a fair demand. The
sales for the day were about 1,570 bar
rels. At the Board of Trade on the first call
the market wasreported firm, with sales of 150
barrels at the following quotations: A, B, C and
D 90c, E 95c, F 9794 c, Gsl 00, Hsl 10, Isl 15,
K $1 30, M $1 40, N $! (SO, window glass $2 00,
water white $2 50. At the closing call it was
firm, with further sales of 609 barrels, at $1 0794
for H, $2 05 for window glass, and $2 55 for
water white; others unchanged.
NAVAL STOnES STATEMBNT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-day 782 2,004
Received previously 101,782 238,953
Total .105,087 318J565
Exported to-day i,069 1,017
Exported previously 91,712 253,773
Total 92,781 257,790
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day .. 12,305 60,575
Receipts same day last year .. 460 1,524
Financial—Money is easy.
Domestic Exchange—Steady. Banks and
bankers are buying sight drafts at 94 P- lr cent
discount and selling at par®94 P* l ' cent pre
Foreign Exchange —The market is weak.
Commercial demand, $4 83)4; sixty days.
$4 3194; ninety days, $4 Hi 94; francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty Jays $5 2494; Swiss,
$5 2494: marks, sixty days, 9494-
SEruannEs —The market continues lifeless.
stocks and Bond* — City Bonds— Quiet. At
lanta 0 per cent long date, 108 bid, 110 askel;
Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked: Augusta
7 per cent long date, 115 bid, 118 asked; Au
gusta 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,
October coupons, 10194 bid, 102 asked; new
Savannah 5 per cent, November coupons, 101
bid, 10194 asked.
Stat‘ Bonds —Market steady, with light sup
ply. Georgia new (is, 1839. 101)4 bid, 102 asked;
Georgia newr 4945, 10494 bid, 10-94 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupons, 107
bid, 103)4 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 1896, 120 bid, 121
Railroad Stocks —Central common, 118 bid,
119 asked- Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 132 bid, 131 asked; Georgia com
mon, 196 bid, 108 asked; Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 127 hid, 123 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates, 99)4 bid, 10i asked; At
lanta and West. Point railroad stock, 109 bid,
111 asked; Atlanta aud West Point 6 per cent
certificates. 103 bid, 104 asked.
Railroad bonds —Market quiet. Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6 per cent interest, coupons October,
115 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons Janu
ary aud July, maturity 1897,115 bid. 11794 asked.
Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1893. 11094
bid. I; 194 allied; Georgia railroad 6s. 1897, 106
bid, HWasknd; Mobil ' and Girard second mort
gage Indorsed 8 per cciit, coupons January and
July, maturity 1889. 102 bid, 103t>, usked; Mont
gomery and Eiifanla first mortgage 6 per ceut,
indorsed by Central railroad, 106)4 bid. 108
asked; Marietta and North Georgia first mort
gage, 50 years, (i percent, lixi bi>l, lOH4 asked;
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta first mort
gage 111 bid, 112)4 asked; Charlotte. Colum
bia and Augusta second mortgage,
11" asked; Western Alabama second mort
gage indorsed 8 per c-“nt, 108 bid, 109 asked:
South Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid.
121 asked; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid. 110 asked: Augusta and
Kin , -file first mortgage 7 per cent, 111 hid.
112 n i.,)d; Gainesville, Jefferson and South
ern firs' mortgage guaranteed, 114)4 bid, 11594
aske t; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship
6 tier cent bonds, guaranteed by Ccn
tra! railroad. 10294 bid, 10394 asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 118 usked: Columbus and
Rune first mortgage liouds. indorsed by Cen
tral railroad. 101 bid, 10594 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed,
107 asked; City and Suburban railway first
mortgage 7 per rent, 109 bid, 110 asked.
Bank Stocks —Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 198 bid. 201 asked; Mer
chants' National Bank. 157 asked; Savannah
Bank and Trust Company, 97 bid. 100 asked;
National Bank of Savannah, 129 bid. 121 asked;
Oglethorp* Savings and Trust Company, 107
bid, 108 asked.
Gfoi Stacies —Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
dividend. 20 bid. 21W asked; Mutual Gas Light
•tock, 20 bid, 23 asked.
Bacon —Market steady; demand good;
smoked clear rib sides, 9%c, shoulders,
■ 94c; dry salted clear rib sides, 9)40; long clear,
c; shouldors, none; hams 180.
Baooi.no and Tibs- Market irregular. We
<JUOte: Bagging—244 lbs, 89-4®894c; 2 Tbs, 7s4®
fi*xc; 134 ffts, 694®78ic, according to brand and
quantity. Iron ties—Arrow and other brands,
pone: nominal, $1 25 per bundle, according lo
hiand anil quantity Bagging and ties in retail
lots a fraction higher.
Bitter--Market steady; oleomargarine. 14®
)'•; choice Goshen, 18c; gilt edge, 22c; cream
p !7. 25®28c.
‘ HKKSE-Market nominal; small demand;
•lock light. We quote, 11® 15c.
"Five - The market is firm. We quote for
•maillots: Ordinary, 20c; fair, 21c; good, 22c;
Choice, 2214 c; jieaberry. 25c.
- ,61X1' I' sl'IT -Apples, evaporated. 13o; peeled,
■>' Peaches, peeled, 19c; uiipeeled, s®<c. Cur
rants, 7c. Citron, 25c.
Dry Goods—The market is firm; busir.tss fair,
''e quote: Prints, 4®6c; Georgia brown shlrt
|hg, 3.4. 494 c; 7-8 do, 594 c; 4-4 Drown sneet
!s!w - white osnaburgs, 894®hk-; checks,
|Wit,c; yarns, 86c for best makes; brown drtll
1 6 *> quote full weights: Mackerel—No.
L?' 50® 10 00; No 3, half barrels, nominal,
F; 00®7 00; No. 2. $7 Bo®B 60. Herring -No. 1,
40c; scaled 26c; cod, 6®Bc.
r i-ouk—Market steady: demand moderate,
ne quote; Extra, $3 70®3 85: fancy $4 60®
’ patent, $5 15®5 40; family, $1 Oil
Pm■ it—Lamon*—Domand fair We quote:
w* ")®4 50. Apples, Northern, $3 50®8 75.
I 'tHATN-Con, -Market very firm: demand
1 1 , We quote: White corn, job lots, 00c; eae
,"6'] lots, vo: mixed corn, job loin, 66c; car
'an lota, 02c. Outs steady; demand geo-.1. Wr
(li iT : -''lxed o us, 45c; car load IoU. 40c. Bran.
,2 *>eal, 70$'. Ueiirgla grist, p-r sack,
li* ' l* r bushel. 75c.
* v Mursei very firm, with a fair demand;
•iocs aniule. Wa quote Job lots: Western.
(1 10; car load lots, $1 00; Eastern. $110; North
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry Aint, ll®ll)$c; salted, 9®9Uc;
dry butcher, Bc. Wool—-Receipts light; prime,
in bales, 26c: burry, 10®15c. Wax. 18c. Tal
low, B® 4c Deer skins, Aint, 20c; salted, 16c.
Otter skins, 50c®$4 00.
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4>4®sc; reAned,
Lard —Market is easy; in tierce, 754 c; 501 b
tins. 744 c.
Lime, Plaster and Cemient—Ala
bama lump lime is In fair demand, and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel; Georgia, $1 30: calcined
plaster, fl 50 per barrel; hair, 4c. Rosendale
cement, $1 50; Portland cement, $2 50.
Liquors—Full stock; steady demand. Bour
bon, $1 50@5 50; rye, $1 sd@6 00; rectified,
gl 00®; 35. Ales unchanged and iu fair de
Nails— Market Arm: fair demand. We quote
3d, *3 90 ; 4d and sd. $3 25; Bd, $3 00 ; Bd, $2 75;
104 to 60d, $2 50 per keg. ’ ’
Nets—Almonds—Tarragona, 18®20c; Ivicas,
li@18e; walnuts, French, 12c; Naples, 16e; pe
cans, 30c; Brazil, 10c; Alberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Barracoa, $5 25 per 100.
Oils —Market Arm: demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9@loc; lard, 5Sc;
•eadlight, 15c: kerosene, 10c; water white, 1354 c;
neatsfoot, 62®80c; machinery, 25@j100; linseed,
raw, 60c; boiled. 53c; mineral seal, 18c; Are
proof, 18c; homslight, 18c.
Onions—Northern, per barrel, $3 75.
Potatoes—Long Island Rose, $8 00.
Peas—Demand light; cow peas, mixed, 75®
80c; clay, $1 00®1 16; speckled, $1 00®1 15;
black eye, $1 25®1 50; white crowder, $1 50®
Prunes -Turkish. st4c; French, Bc.
Raisins— Demand light; market steady; loose
new Muscatel, $2 00; livers, $1 75 per box; Lon
don layers, $2 00 per box.
Salt—The demaud Is moderate and the mar
ket Is quiet; car load iots, 05c f 0 b; job lots,
Shot—Drop, $1 40; buck, $1 65.
Suoar—The market is Arm; cut loaf, 65$c;
standard A, 054 c; extra C, 554 e; yellow C, flic;
granulated, 6Wc; powdered, 094 c.
Sunup—Florida and Georgta syrup, 40®45c;
the market Is quiet for sugarhouse at 85®40c;
Cuba straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugar
house molasses, 20c
Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate.
Wequote: Smoking, 25c@$l 25; chewing, ruin
mon, sound, 25®30c; fair, 307)35c; medium. 38
@soc; bright, 50©75c; Ane fancy, 85®90c; extra
fine, 90c®$1 10; bright navies, 45®75c; dark
Lumber—The demand from the West is fairly
active, and the railroads are endeavoring to
meet the wants of the trade in making rates.
Coastwise and foreign demand is quite active,
and prices remain Arm at quotations. We
Ordinary sizes sl3 50® 17 00
Difficult sizes 16 00®21 50
Flooring boards 10 00® 20 50
SWpstuff 18 60®21 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 00® 11 00
800 “ “ 10 00®11 00
900 *• “ 11 00®12 00
1,000 “ “ 12 00®14 00
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average $ 6 00® 7 00
800 “ “ 7 00® 8 00
900 “ “ 8 00® 9 00
1,000 “ “ 9 00@10 00
51111 timber $1 below these figures.
Lumber—By sail—Coastwise business is dull,
with vessels in good supply and ;>s weak.
Freight limits are from $5 00 to $6 25 from this
and the hear Georgia ports to the Chesapeake
ports, Philadelphia, New York. Sound ports
and eastward. Timber, 50c@l 00 higher than
lumber rates. To the. West Indies and wanti
ward, nominal: to South America, sl3oo® 14 00;
to Spanish and Mediterranean ports, sll 00®
12 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber. 27
®2Bh; lumber, £3 15s. Steam—To New York,
$7 00; to Philadelphia, $7 00; to Boston, $9 00.
Navaj, Stores—Firm but nominal, owing to
the scarcity of vessels. Foreign—Cork, etc.,
for orders, 3s 3d, and. or. 4s 6d; Adriatic,
rosin, 3s: Genoa, ros'm, 2s 1054d. Coastwise-
Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosin, $1 00 on spirits;
to New York, rosin, 50c, spirits, 80c; to Phila
delphia, rosin, 80c, spirits. 80c; to Baltimore,
rosin, 80c, spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By Steam—The market is nominal.
Liverpool direct 19-61d
Liverpool via New York lb 5-16d
Liverpool via Baltimore 1b 3-16d
Antwerp via New York $ lb 5-16®54d
Havre vlaNew York # lb 9-16 c
Havre via Baltimore 06c
Bremen via New York fl lb 11-16 c
Reval via New York 11 82d
Bremen via Baltimore ff lb Me
Amsterdam via New York 65c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 61c
Genoa via New York fl lb 44d
Boston f) bale $ 1 85
Sea island * bale 1 75
New York bale 185
Sea island bale 175
Philadelphia $1 bale 1 35
Sea island bale 175
Baltimore ft bale 1 25
Providence bale 150
Rice—By steam —
New York barrel 60
Philadelphia ¥ barrel / 60
Baltimore f) barrel 6C
Boston ft barrel 60
Grown fowls fJ pair $ 65 ® 80
Chickens, 54 to 54 grown 40 ® 60
Springers 25 ® 40
Ducks ft pair 60 ® 80
Geese V pair 75 @1 00
Turkeys ft pair 1 25 ®2 00
Eggs, country, ft dozen 20 ®
Peanuts —Fancy n. n. Va, fl lb ® 754
Peanuts —Hand picked ft lb ® 6J*,
Peanuts—Ga. fl bushel, nominal... 75 9fi
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds fl bush... 50 ® 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams f! bush.. 65 ® 70
Sweet potatoes white yams, fl bush 40 ® .55
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy; de
mand light for grown; half to three quarter
grown iu good request. Eggs— Market firm.
With a good demand, but scarce. Peanuts—
Fair stock: demand moderate: market advanc
ing and higher prices predicted. Sugar—Geor
gia and Florida nominal; none iu market.
Honey—No demand, nominal. Sweet Potatoes
—Scarce; receipts very light; demand good.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yore, Aug. 27, noon.—Stocks quiet but
steady. Money easy at 3®5 per cent. Exchange
—longs-1 M014@,4 so-H. short $1 H24i®4 83. State
bonds dull. ” Government bonds dull bu
5:00 p. m.—Exchange dull but steady at
$4 3114®4 85. Money easy at 3®5 |>er cent.,
closing offered 3. Sub-Treasury balances—Golds
$185.034,0tX); currency, SI3,HWi.OOO. Government
bonds dull but steady: four per cents 125; four
and a half per cents 103. State bonds dull aud
There was a much better feeling in Wall
street this morning, and rumors of anew- bull
combination were freely circulated, while the
late bearish rbom traders boynme moderate
purchasers of stocks. The general impression
was that the market was heavily oversold, and
the majority of operators for a decline were be
lieved to be in favor of ft rally. The demonstra
tion was made against the list early In the day,
however, which rendered the tone somewhat
feverish at flr,st. but buying quickly sent prices
above those of the opening. The heaviest busi
ness was in Oregon Transcontinental, Reading
and St. Paul, and the early attack of the bears
was directed especially against the first named
stock, putting it 1 per cent, lower, but its rally
was very sharp. Oregon Navigation was
Sjiecially noticeable for its violent fluctuations,
but it. finally closed with a handsome gain The
opening w-as strong at advances extending to H>
Tier cent . but the advantage was not maintained
ami prices were knocked off in the early deal
ings. The rally which followed was equally as
sharp, however, and the losses wore regained
before the end of the first hour. The advance
continued until nearly noon, when it was
checked and small recessions were made in
some stocks, but the close was quiet and firm at
or near the best figures reached. The day s
business amounted to 148,000 shares. Every
thing is higher. The following were the closing
Ala class A. 2to 5.101) New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B, 58... 112 ciftc, Ist mort... 81
Georgia 7s, mort. 105* N. Y Central 10694
N Carolina 05... 1 Norf. AW. pref. 41$
N. Carolina 4* ... 97 % Nor. Pacific 2494
So. Caro. (Brown) “ prof... 49-> 4
consols 105 Pacific Mail, 89
Tennesseeos 71 Reading... ......• 5194
Virginia'* 43 ’ Richmond A Ale.. 9%
Y'a consolidated. 45 Richmond A DauvlSO
Ch’penke A Ohio (i Richm'd AW. Pt.
Chic A Northw n.11894 Terminal 251*
“ preferred .141 Rock Island 128
Dela., Lack A IV. 12314 . Pau1.......... 8294
Erio 8994 preferred . 11894
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific 26di
new stock 1094 Tenn. Coal A Iron. 28U
Igike Snore 92 Union Pacific 5194
L ville A Nash 91% N. J. Central 78
Memphis A Char. 58 Missouri Pacific... 92>4 !
Mobil* & 0hi0.... 12 YVetern Union... 7194
Nash. A Chatt’a . 7794 CottoaOilTruit oar 8194
* Asked tßid.
Vhe \veek : y statement of the associated banks,
Issm-d by • lie desiring house today, shows tbo
Kcnerve In tressed , "00-'*'
U-gultandcrs irereosed 290,X
INqiosils decreased, .
Circulation decreased i0,40u
llsnks now hold $4,805,726 in excess of the 26
p**i* rt*nt. rulrt.
Livsaroou, Aug. 27,12:60 p. m.-Oottoa Steady,
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1887.
though somewhat inactive: middling uplands
s)jd, middling Orleans 5)%d; sales 8.000 bales,
for speculation and export 1,000 bales; receipts
8,300 hales all American.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause. Au
gust delivery 5 24-64d. also 5 27-64d; August
and September 5 20-64d, also 5 22-64d; Septem
ber and OctNber 5 9-01d. also 7 11-6 ld: October
and November 5 5 04<t; November and Decem
ber 5 J-04d; December nnd January 5 l-84d,
also 5 8-64d; January nnd February 5 S-64d.
1 p. m.—The sales to-day were 9,000 bales,
and Include.! 6,000 bales of American.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Au
gust delivery 5 2b S4d, buyers; August and Sep
tembers 2&04d, buyers: Septeml rand October
5 18-64d, si llers: October and November .6 6-tGd,
buyers: November and December 5.5-64d, sellers:
December and January 5 4-64d, sellers; Jan
uary and Fobruary 5 4-01d. sellers; February and
March 5 4,64d, buyers; Seotemtierh 28-64d, buy
ers. Market closed strong.
Ni~w York, Aug 271 noon.—Cotton opened
steady; middling uplands 9 18-16 c, middling Or
leans 9 f5-16c; sab’s 720 bales
Futures—The market opened steady, with sales
as follows: August delivery 9 44c. September
9 S6O, October 9 25c. November 9 20c, December
9 20e. January 9 24c.
5:00 p. m. Market closed steady; middling
uplands 9 13- ,6c, middling Orleans 9 1516 c; sales
to day 720 bales; net and gross receipts none.
Futures—Market closed steady, with sales of
44,8(X) bales, as follows: August delivery 9 44®
9 46c, September 9 36®9.3, c, October 9 25®
9 26c, November 9 29®9 21c, December 9 21®
9 21c, January 9 24®0 25c, February 9 31 @9 82e,
March 9 38®9 39c,-April 9 45®9 46c. Slay 9 52®
9 58c, June 9 58®9 59c, J uly 9 63®9 65c.
Green & Co.'s report on cotton futures says:
“There was a more cheerful and stronger
market for cotton options. The Financial
Chronicle's report of crop conditions, showing
rather unfavorable features, went abroad this
morning, and had a stimulating effect on lead
ing Manchester spinners to purchase fall mouths
in Liverpool, and the latter in turn became a
moderate buyer on our market. This started
the local covet ing desire, and altogether led to a
good demand, on which 7@9 points gain in price
was made, with a firm closing at about the
highest figures of the day. Spot continues scarce
Galveston, Aug. 27.—Cotton steady; middling
9)4c; net receipts 1,0 )6 bales, gross 1,056; sales
137 bales; stock 7,045 tales.
Norfolk, Aug. 27.—Cotton firm; middling
9-Lc; net receipts 1 tale new, gross 1 bale new:
sales 2 bales; stock 881 bales; exports, coastwise
Baltimore, Aug. 27.—Cotton firm; middling
10c; net receipts none, gross 293 bales; sales
none; stock 418 bales; sales to spinners 11 bales;
exports, coastwise. 282 bales.
Boston, Aug. 27.—Cotton quiet; middling 10c;
net receipts none, gross 673 bales; sales none;
Wilminoton. Aug. 27.—Cotton quiet but
steady; middling jiyi■; net receipts 52 bales,
gross .52 talcs; sales none; stock 321 bales; ex
ports coastwise 163 bales.
Philadelphia, Aug. 27. Cotton Arm; mid
dling 10 5 16c; net receipts none, gross 35
bales; stock 8,382 bales.
New Orleans, Aug. 27.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 9?uc; net receipts 1.419 bales, gross 1,577;
sales 270 tales; stock 15,290 bales; exports,
t > Great Britain 2,578 bales, coast wise 1.150.
MoBtLE, Aug. 27.—Cotton steady; middling
9)4c; net receipts 83 bales new. gToss UGbales
new; sales 25 bales; stock 487 bales.
Memphis, Aug. 27.—Cotton quiet; middling 9?4c;
receipts 106 bales; shipments 202 bales; sules
none; stock 4,581 tales.
Augusta. Aug. 27.—Cotton steady; middling
9c; receipts 90 hales 91 new; sales 181 bales.
Charleston, Aug. 27.—Cotton steady; middling
9c; net receipts W 4 bales-—454 new: gross 504
bales—4s4 new; sales 200 tales; stock 1,821 bales;
exports coastwise 150 bales.
A at. ant a, Aug. 27.—Cotton—middling BJsc;
receipts 6 bales.
New York, Aug. 27.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 4.083 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 2,578 talcs; stock at all Ameri
can ports 83,569 bales.
The total visible supply of cotton for the
world is 1,235,550 bales, of which 621.050 bales
are American, against 1,152,226 and 744,326
bales, respectively, last year. Receipts at all
interior towns for the week 15,949 bales. Receipts
fiom plantations, 19,540 bales
provisions, groceries, etc.
Liverpool, Aug. 27. 12:80 p. in —Wheat quiet,
with poor demand; holders offer freely. Corn
quiet but steady; demand poor; new mixed
Western 4s 2d.
New York. Aug. 27, noon.—Flour dull and
weak. Wheat t-, JAac lower. Corn a shade
easier and quiet. Pork steady; mess sls 50®
15 76. Old mess pork sls 00®15 25. Freights
5:00 p. m.—Flour, Southern unchanged and
quiet, Wheat, spot lots quiet and generally
stoady, prices showing no decided change; op
tions opened t4®l4c lower, later recovered from
the decline ana closed firm; No. 2 red, August
delivery nominal at 7Vsfe; September 7994®80c;
closing at 80c. Corn, spot lots unchanged, rul
ing steady and quiet; options without quotable
change, closing Arm witli moderate trade; No. 2
September delivery 49>4@50c, closing at 50c;
October 50®5054c, closing SOlfc. Oato a shade
stronger but rather quiet; No. 2, Septemoer de
livery 3194 c, closing 3194 c: October 81?4©31J4c.
closing at 3144 c. Hops dull and unchanged.
Coffee, fair Rio Arm at 20c; options opened
lower and active, closing steady: No. 7 Rio not
xuoted; August delivery 17 85c, September 17 85
®lB 10c; October 18 30®18 45c. Sugar Arm but
quiet; fair refining4s4c: reUued quiet and Ann.
Molasses dull Cotton seed oil quoted at 34®
36c for crude, 40®43c for refined. Hides firm;
trade light. Wool quiet and just steady; do
mestic lleece 30®37c, pulled 14®36c, Texas 9®
25c. Pork dull but 'unchanged; sls 00®15 25 for
old mess, sls 50® 15 75 for new. Beef dull. Cut
meat quiet and unchanged. Middles dull and
nominal. Lard 2®3 points lower and dull and
heavy; Western steam, on spot $6 77U; Septem
her delivery $6 70® 6 72. October $6 75®6 76.
Freights to Liverpool dull; cOtton 9-64d, wheat
Chicaoo. Aug. 27.—After the first few sales
m the speculative grains this morning prices
became very steady, with aii easier tom lency.
The disposition to trade was not very pro
nouueed, and the bulk of operators were In the
way of settling up trades in readiness for next
week. The visible supply statement showed
■there was very little In the situation to make
the market on. There was a very decided de
pression in the wheat pit early in the session.
There was the usual Saturday clearing, but
toward the close there was no interest whatever
taken in the market. The large receipts antiei
pated next week was the depressing element.
September wheat opened at 69e, lost M*c, con
tinued steady at HBM during the greater part
of the session and closed at 69c. Corn exhibited
only a moderate degree of activity to-day. The
market was governed by local iniluonce largely,
no outside news of importance being received.
The market opened a shade easier than yester
day, clos-h! at 41 '4c for September, was easy for
a time, then advanced -54 c under a fair local in
quiry. A prominent local operator bought
quite freely. Later the offerings became more
liberal, influenced mainly by proiqiects of
larger receipts the ensuing week. .558 cars being
estimated for Monday, and the prices declined
44®i4c, ruled steady and closed about Uc lower
than yesterday at 4<M4®4lc for September. May
closed at 44J4c. Oats were rather slow and a
weak market prevailed all around. Future de
liveries did not absorb much attention and there
was about 14° decline In the speculative market.
Cash oats wen- about nominal. Seller Septem
ber opened at 2454 c and closad at 2454 c. May
closed at 30j4® 3t>4c. Provisions were slow in
a speculative way. but shipping business was
large'and the aggregate shipments for the West
unusually heavy ami stocks were considerably
reduced. With such an outward movement for
sjieculation argued that the market should do
Ik'tter, but it7s a legitimate one with 110 specu
lation and responds slowly to the ordinary in
fluences. The feeling was easy and prices
ranged lower, but declines were only 2:-4®sc.
Ijard sold at $6 37>4@0 4254 for September and
closed at $6 40; for January at $0 52>4®6 05.
Short ribs at $7 9n®7 H2U tor Seplember and
$0 ‘ls@o 30 for January, closing at $6 27)4. Pork
sold at sl2 22/4® 12 27)4 for January and closed
at $l2 2814-
Cash quotations to-day ruled as follows:
Flour quiet: prices unchanged. Wheat, No.
2 spring iHYfc; No. 3 spring 6594 c; No. 2 red
6994 c. Corn, No. 2, 4<%c. Oats, No. 2, 21*40.
Mess pork |mr barrel. slsiio®ts 25. I-ard, [mr
100 Ih , s'i TV Short rib sides, loose, $7 90.
Dry salted shoulders, boxed. $6 4Vft6 fiu; short
clear sides, boxed, $8 <n®H 85. Whisky $llO.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wnr.iT-
August delivery. 68J4 •••• ....
Sept, delivery... Oil
Oct. dalitery.... 70>4 70% <034®7094
Corx. No. 2
August delivery. 4034 41 4094
Sept, delivery... 41(4 41%(&4V% 4094®41
Oct. delivery ... 4144 42 40J4®41
Oats, No. 2
August delivery. 2414 •• •
Sept, delivery... 24jJ 2444 2444
Otff. delivery ... 2$ 55 % 2h%
Y’oar. per barrel.sll 00 $ $
Jan. delivery 12 25 12 2714 12 2214
August delivery. $0 40 t ... $
Sept, delivery... 040 640 ®0 4214 040
Oct. delivery...., 645 6 4714 0 4794®6 45
August delivery. $7 90 $7 90 $7 90
Sopt delivery... 7 9214 7 9214 790
Oct. delivery, .7 90 ....
Bii.Tigos.x, Aug. 27.—Flour steady but quiet;
Houar l Street and Western supertine $K 28®
2 70. extra $0 uomS SO. tamlly $3 75it* 86, city
mills sup u nne $ 1 9-,(ft2 if,'. extra s‘l 00®8 .V);
Rii brands $1 SO '4 30. Wheat—Southern steady;
n and ik .'Slc, arnher *:®BBc, Western firmer litlt
dull; No. 2 winter red, on spot 7kl*o bid Com
-Southern steady but Arm; while 56®6Gc, yel
low 61 Able.
Bt. Louis. Aug. 27.—Flour quiet and un
changed Wheat dull and barely steady; No. 2
red, cash GJUie; (September delivery 69® 09'jjc,
closing 031*c: October 7Uj44£7lc, closing at 71e.
Corn ac lower: cash .3S*s@.39i4|C. September de
livery 87$$Oc. Oats lower and dull: cash 24U®
24$$o, September delivery 2t6<( J£4tse. Whisky
steady at $1 06. Provisions dull: pork, ir
regular new sls. Lard $6 20. Dry salt meats,
boxed shoulders $5 50; long clear $7 #.‘),®B 00,
clear ribs $8 I2)$(8i8 25, short clour $8 10. Bacon
lxjxed shoulders $6 12U, long clear $8 85®
8 90, clear ribs *8 oO®3 871a, short clear $9 35.
Hams steady at sl2® 14.
Cincinnati, Aug. 27. —Flour quiet. Wheat
steady; No. 2 red 7£o. Corn dull and lower;
No. 2 mixed 44c. Oats heavy: No. 2 mixed
27)Je. i‘revisions strong and unchanged Pork
at sls. lard at $6 40. Bulk meats strong and
unchanged. Bacon strong and unchanged.
Whisky active and firm at $1 05. Hogs firm.
Louisville. Aug. 27.—Grain quiet. Wheat—
No. 2 roil, 73c. Corn No. 2 mixed 43c. Oats—
New 28)f>c. Provisions quiet and unchanged:
Bacon clear rib sides $9 25, clear sides $9 75,
shoulders $6 25. Bulk meats clear rib sides
$8 37)5, clear sides $8 75, shoulders $6 87)$. Mess
pork nominal. Hams, sugar-cured at sll 50®
13 50. laird, choice leaf $8 00.
New Orleans, Aug. 27, —Coffee quiet but
steady; Hio cargoes, common to prime 18)$®
21)40. Cotton seed products dull and nominal;
prime crude oil 26®28c. offered: summer yellow
oil 37®38c. Sugays strong; Louisiana open ket
tle, fully fair rAsc. good fair 50$c; Louisiana
centrifugals, off white 6)s®6 316 c. choice yel
low clarified 66$c, prime yellow clarified 6 1-lfle,
seconds s®s)se. Molasses strong; Louisiana
centrifugals, strictly prime to fancy 28®33c.
fair to good prime 22®25c, common to good
Liverpool, Aug. 37.—Spirits turpentine 26s 6d.
London. Aug. 27.—Spirits turpentine 25s 7)sd.
New York, Aug. 27, noon.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 32)gc. Rosin steady at $1 06®1 10.
5:00 p. m.—Rosin dull at $1 05®1 10. Tur
pentine dull at 32)$c.
Charleston, Aug. 27.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 3lk\ Rosin steady; good strained
Wilmington, Aug. 27.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 29)$c. Rosin firm; strained ?2)sc,
good strained 7i)sc. Tar quiet at $1 30. Crude
turpentine firm; hard $1 10, yellow dip $1 73;
virgin $1 75.
New York. Aug. 27.—Rice quiet but steady.
New Orleans. Aug. 27. —Rice unci’ and.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Run Rises 5:34
Sun Sets 6:28
High Water at Savannah. 8:47 a h. 4:85 p M
Sunday. August 28, 1887.
Steamer Ethel. Gibson, Cohen’s Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson. Manager.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY.
Steamship Ixia Bre Grimwade, St Thomas,
in ballast—A Minis & Sons.
Bark Birgitte. (Nor), Torgensen. Rio Janeiro,
in ballast—Holst & Cos. (See local).
Steamship Chattahoochee, Daggett, New York
—C G Anderson.
Steamship Dessoug, Howes, Philadelphia—O
Bark Daphne (Nor). Hansen, Wilmington, N
C, in ballast—Holst & Cos.
Steamship Dessoug, Philadelphia.
Schr Jessie Lena, Boston.
Crookhaven, Aug 28—Passed, tark Subra
(Nor), Otterbek, Brunswick for
Falmouth. Aqg 24—Arrived, bark Hannah &
Marv (Br). Cochrane, Darien.
T.irifa, Aug 17—Passed, bark Aquila (Aus),
Tiebiez. Oenoa for Savannah.
Brunswick. Aug 24—Arrived, tark Excelsior
(Br). Edgar, Barbados; 23th, sehrOtcllo, Bond,
Sailed 22d. schr Harry Prescott, Turner, Bos
ton: 24th, barks Alliance (Ger), Salvssen, Jlar
bnrg- Svlphide (Nor), Anderson. Amsterdam;
schr Harold C Beecher, Bond. New Haven; 26th.
bark Felicitas (Br), Jones, Buenos Ayres; schr
Messenger. Fnlkor, Boston.
Charleston, Aug 25—Sailed, schr Charles H
Woiston, Doboy, to load for Bath.
Coosaw, Ang 25—Sailed, steamship Racilla
(Br). United Kingdom.
Georgetown, S C. Aug 25—Sailed, schr Wacea
maw. Squires, New York. .
Cedar Keys, Aug 30—Arrived, schr Minnie
Irwin, Thompson, New’ York.
Pensacola. Aug 35—Arrived, schr J B JordAn,
Port Royal, 8 C. Aug 35—Sailed, bark Isabella
(Bri, for Invergordon,
Delaware Breakwater, Aug 35—Passed out,
steamship City of Truro (Br), Philadelphia, for
Coosaw. S C.
New York. Aug 27—Arrived, steamship Um
bria, Liverpool; Lagaacoygne, Havre.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen’s Bluff and
way landings—9B bales cotton, 808 bbls rosin, 81
bbls spirits turpentine, 2 cords wood, 1 pulley, 2
coops chickens, 1 box eggs, 1 bale hides, 1 pkg
bacon. 2 tags cork, 20 empties.
Per Charleston and Savannah Rallwav. Aug
27—14 bales cotton, 12 bbls rosin. 30 cases signs.
140 caddies tobacco. 10 hf taxes tobacco. 1 tank
oil, 10 pkgs tobacco, 4 cases and goods, 1 bhl flour,
1 bale J goods, 1 box clothing, 2 cases mdse, 3
bales hides. 2 taxes shoes, 1 box bams, 3 sacks
wooll, and mdse.
Per. Savannah. Florida and Western Railway.
Aug 27—548 bales cotton. 26 cars lumber. 8 cars
wood, 1.046 bbls rosin. 283 bbls spirits turpentine,
2 cars pig iron, 1 car cattle, 1 tar bbls. 1 car
laths, 1 car blocks, 15 springs. 10 bales hides, 60
pkgs collars, 4 sacks potatoes, 20 pkgs mdse, 2
organs, nnd ;n’ta
per Central Railroad. Aug 27—391 tales cot
ton, 25 bales yarn, 37 bales domestics. 2 bales
wool. 2 bales hides. 4 pkgs paper. 28,600 lbs lard,
104 pkgs tobacco, 00,562 lbs bacon, 155 hills rosin.
424 bbls spirits turpentine, 3,070 lbs fruit, 1 bbl
liqnnr, 31 pkgs furniture, 60 bbls Hour. 12,520 lbs
flour, 24 cars lumber. 1 car door and sash, 49
pkgs wood in shape, 72 tons pig iron. 7 bbls wax,
12 casks clay, 1 pkg twine, 1 tale paper stock,
169 pkgs mise, 81 pkgs empties, 1 pkg junk, 67
pkgs hardware, 3 bales plaids, 3 cars coal.
Per steamship I>*9otier. for PhiladelpYiiii—
baies upland cotton. 64bales jmper stock, lfi2
hales dom**stioß nnd yarns, Jl.'i bbls rice. 574
emoty bhl) . 90 bbls spirits turpentine, 38 crates
fnjit. 32,88; lumber, 83 nide.
Per steanmblp Tallahassee, for New York—
-1,080 bale *, upland cot ton, 100 bales domestics
and yarns. 140 bbls spirits turpentine, 100.800
feet lumber. 057 bbls rc ain. 154 tons iron, 25
crates fruit, 7 bbls fruit, 289 pkgs mdse, 1 crate
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen’s Bluff and
way Jandinprs TT L Fills, W E Norton, J PAr
nitt. S G Solomons, J W Groover, Misa Mock,
Mrs R A Wethus.
Per steamship Chattahoochee, from New York
—G W Green, Rev T B*>one, Mrs J Wooley, F M
Reed. T Buckler. J T Wade. W W Pace, V R
Bramble, J C Wahn. H W M father
wood. F S Hodges, Marian Broovn. E L Marks,
Mrs C W IdOiienfrrcen, W T Br.id veil and wife.
J P TdKston, ,7 E Gutman and child. IT If Gauls
berg-. J R Bral, E S Burdick. Mrs Burdick, Miss
Burdick, O Stillipan, B Oklman, W II Reed, P
Decker, and 7 steerage.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen’s Bluff and
way lauding, Herron AO, J P Williams A (to,
Garnett. S A Cos. O Walter A Cos, Ellin, Y A Cos,
W W Oor lon A Cos. Woods A Cos. J C Thompson,
M Y A D f M'-Intlre, Montague A Co.D B Lester,
I lacker A F, Baldwin A Cos. W C Jackson, Older,
ET Roberts, H.Solomon A Son. Win Hone A Cos,
Rev A Q, Hirseb Bros, D Cockshqtt, F, Movie
Per Charleston and Savannah Rallivav, Aug
07—Ford- Office, II Myers A Bros, A Lefller. H
A Ulmo. Meinhard Bros A Cos, C M Gilbert A Cos.
M Y Henderson, G W Tiedeman. R D McDonell,
T P Townsend, J P Williams A Cos, Singer Mfg
Cos, Standard Oil Cos. H Solomon A Hon. N Y A S
Tel Cos Pearson A S. E A Schwarz., F M Hull, J
White, Garnett. 8 A Cos, Montague A Cos.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway.
Aug 27-Transfer Office. Jno Flanm*rv A Cos. W
S Bliti h, McDonough A Cos. Frank A Cos. Butler
ASA Ehrlich A Bro M Y Henderson, Fretwell
(tS.I'M Gilbert A Cos, Pearson A S, Wtv-d A C.
Vale Royal Mfg Cos, S Guckenhelmer A Son, P
Ceil--" Dale, D A Cos, A H Champion. M Green,
Reppard A Cos, Smith Bros A Co.G W Tiedeman
Lee Roy Myers A Cos. W DSimkinr V Cos. J F
Lamb. II Myers A Bros. Bacon, J A Cos. Woods
A Cos. Frierson A Cos. Ellis. Y A Cos. M Maclean,
W W Gordon A < 'o.Peacock, II A Co.D Y’ Dancy,
J V Williams A Cos. Chesnutt A O’N. F M Farley,
Baldwin A Cos, W W Chisholm. Garnett. 8 & Cos.
J S Wood A Bro, M Y A D I Melntlre. Perkins A
Kon, Herron A G, G Walter A Cos, Warren A A.
Bu tler j 8
Per Central Railroad. Aug 27—Fordr Agt.
Jno Flannery A Cos, Baldwin A Cos, Woods A Cos,
F M Farley. M Y A D I Mr.lntlre G Walter A Cos,
M Mat-lean, Garnett. 8 A Cos. II M Corner A Cos,
Herron AG. W W Gordon A Cos, Wurrsri AA,
J M Woo l A Bro. Montague A Oo.Warnock A W,
J P Williams A Cos, Slater. M A Cos, Decker A F.
I G Haas. Moore, H & Cos, A Hauler, Weed A C,
Herman AK. A J Miller A Oe. M Holey A Son,
Southern Cotton Oil Cos, Mohr Bros. A L Brad
well. 8 Guckenbeimer A Son. Smith Bros A Cos.
W H Mell A Cos. M Ferst A Cos. Epstein A W. E C
Gleason. Ludden A H. E Lovell A Son R Dub. G
D Hodges, Frank A Cos, G Eckstein A Cos. Jll
Brown, M Y Henderson. J P Williams A Cos, M T
Brown. Gray A O'B. Llppman Bros. P J Fallon,
J P Bryan, GW T Tie ii-mail. W C Brown, D D
Arlen. Pnlmer Bros.ll Solomon A Son, L l*utel,
A Ehrlich A: Bro, Stillwell, P ,t M B J Cubbedge,
Peacock, H * Cos. Ellis, Y & Cos, Baldwin & Cos,
H J Ivey, W H Price.
Per steamship Wm Crane, from Baltimore—
Altiek A: Sons, Appel AH, Byck &S, .1 Cohen,
W G Cooper, Ohas&Sav Ry, A Ehrlich & Bro,
M ime Desboufllons, Epstein & \V. Ellis, Y A Cos,
I Epstein A Bro, M Eisnian, M Ferst & Cos, JV E
Guei'ard, I, Freid. Frank A Cos. Fretwell & N. Mr
Hutty.C M Gilbert & Cos, S Guckenhelmer A
Grady, DeL Cos, Herman & K.Wm Hone >
Harmon A C. Ali Hull, Hirsch Bros, A Haul \
Hesse, S P Hamilton, Kuvanaugh A B, J <
LiFar, A Leffier.Lippman Dims. E Ixivell A Sou,
McDonough A B, A .1 Miller A Cos. G N Nichols,
Order A B Hull, Order W I) Simkins A Cos, Order
G S McAlpin. Order Armour A Cos, Order J J
Luts, Peacock, II A Cos, ralmer Bros, J Perlin
sky. Solomons A Cos. Southern Ex Cos, str Katie,
sir David Clark. Smith Bros A Cos, E A Schwarz,
.1 S Silva A Sou.H Solomon A Son, Strauss Bros,
P Tuberdy, (I W Tiedemiui. J P Williams & Cos.
J T Thornton, Upper I lice Mill, .) B West A Cos,
Weed A C, P H Ward. .1 M Williams.
Per steamship Chattahoochee, from New York
—A R Altmavcr A Cos, Appel AH, S W Branch.
T P Bond A Cos, Brush E L A 1* Cos, Byck A S, J
Baker, Byck A Son, Blodgett. M A Cos. L Blus
tein, Bendheim Bros A < o, M Boley A Son. E M
Connor, 0 Butler, W GCooper, All Champion,
W S Cherry A Cos. .1 S Collins A Cos, Crolian A D,
A S Cojien, J Cohen, Cohen A B, Decker AF,
A Doyle, J A Douglass A Cos, J Derst, G Del ter
Jr. W I) Dixon. Denis A Son, G Eckstein A Cos,
Eekmau A V. Einstein A L, I Epstein A Bro, A
Ehrlich A Bro, Epstein A W, .1 H Estill, W Estill,
M Ferst A Cos, S. FA W Rv, Fleisehtmin A Cos,
A Falk A Son, 1-Yank A Cos, J 11 Furber, J Gor
ham. C M Gilbert A Cos, S Guckenhelmer A Son,
Grady ■, \ (-0, I lex ter AK, F Gutman, D
llogni tin Bros, Harms AJ, J S Haines, J
R Halt ; v u Hymes Bros A Cos, A B Hull, J
II llidmit i U M Hedit A Cos, Kavanaugh A 11,
R S Jones, S Krouskoff, W A Kent, stmr Katie,
K I.<)veil A Son, N Lang, Jno Lyons A Cos, H H
Logan, Lovell A L. Llppman Bros, Lloyd A A, H
II Livingston, B H Levy A Bro. Lilientlial A Son,
Ludden A B. Wm Lattimore, II S Lubs A Cos, H
H Lewis, Mohr Bros, lee Roy Myers A Cos, Mott
Iron Wks, W B Hell A Cos, J McGrath A Cos, Mc-
Kenna AW, M Mendel A Bro, A J Miller A Cos,
R D Me 1)m a ell, J G Nelson A Co.Mar hall Hotioe,
Nekllinger A R, B Ohlman, Palmer Bros. Order
notify A B Hull, Peat-ock, H A Cos, I> Putzel,
Pulaski House,C D Rogers Ricsor AS, Ray AO,
C A Reitz, G M Ryals, C R Richmond, T Rode
rick, A Robider, Solomons A Cos. P B Springer,
Smith Bros A Cos, H Solomon A Son. Smith A K,
Southern Cotton Oil Cos, E A Schwarz, Savannah
Steam Rice Mill, Stillwell, i* A M,, Jno Sullivan,
Savannah Steam Bakery. Strauss Bros. Screven
House, J S Silva A Son, Tceple A Cos, Weed A C,
Vale Royal Mfg Cos. AMA C W West, CR R,
Ua A Fla 1 S BGo, Southern Ex Cos.
Now Is the time when every
body wants ICE, and we
want to sell it.
20 Tickets, good for 100 Pounds, 75c.
140 Tickets, good for 700 Pounds, $5.
200 Tickets, good for 1,000 Pounds, $7.
50 Pounds at one delivery 30c.
Lower prices to large buyers.
X O E
Packed for shipment at reduced rates. Careful
and polite service. Full and liberal weight.
KNICKERBOCKER ICE CO.
14 4: BAY ST,
Kosher Pickled Beef
ID ±ll ZEPioUsiles-
Imported Swiss and
19 Barnard Street.
DOORS, hash, BTC.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
All of the above are Best Kiln-Dried White Pine.
A LAO DEALER IN
Builders’ Hardware, Slate, Iron and
Wooden Mantels, Grates, Stair
work, Terracotta, Sewer
Pipe, Etc., Etc.
Paints, Oils, Railroad, Steamboat and
Mill Supplies, Glass, Putty, Etc.
Lime, Plaster, Cement and Hair.
Plain and Decorative Wall Paper. Freseoelng,
Houee and Sign Painting given personal atten
tion and tinlslied in the best manner.
COTTON SEED WANTED.
COTTON SEED WANTED
THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO.,
HAS Just constructed eight new Cotton Heed
Ou Mills, located at the following point*,
each haring the capacity per day Indicated:
Columbia, S. C., - 100 Tons.
Savannah, Ga., - - 100 “
Atlanta, Ga., - - 200 “
Montgomery, Ala., - 200 “
Memphis, Tenn., - 200 “
Little Rock, Ark., - 200 “
New Orleans, La., - 300 “
Houston, Texas, - 300 “
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Add ram.
at nearest Mill.
Southern Cotton Oil Cos.
Mammoth Millinery House.
We are now offering immense lines of New Straw Hats,
Ribbons, Feathers, etc., which are now being shipped daily
by our New York buyer, and our Mr. Krouskoff, who is now
North to assist in the selection of the Choicest Novelties in
the Millinery Line. It is astonishing but a fact, that we sell
line Millinery cheaper than any retail store in New York. How
can we do it? Cannot tell. This is our secret and our suc
cess. Perhaps on account of large clearing out purchases or
perhaps from direct shipments from London or Paris—but no
matter so long as the ladies have all the advantages in stock
We are now ready for business, and our previous large
stock will be increased, and we are now offering full lines of
fine Milans in White and Colors, for Ladies, Misses and
Children in an endless variety of shapes
RIBBONS, RIBBONS, new novelties added and our regu
lar full line entirely filled out.
We knock bottom out in the price of Straw Goods.
We continue the sale of our Ribbons at same prices as
heretofore, although the prices have much advanced.
We also continue to retail on our first floor at wholesale
WATER COOLERS RANGES ANI) STOVES.
CROWNEI) WITH THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF WW\
THE OLID EtEILI.A.IBLIE]
Charter Oak Portable Ranges and Cooking Stores,
WITH THEIR WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT,
THE WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR,
XTNIVERSALLY CONCEDED to lie the greatest improvement ever attached to a Cooking
J Btove or Range. By the admission of fresh <iir into tlm oven In tho form of small jets, it
purifies that which Is otherwise vitiated, at the name time Having the |uioe which is the nourish
ment of meals without the necessity of HASTIN' I, and a considerable saving of time, labor arid
weight sufficient to pay for an ordinary Cooking Store several times over. One of the features of
the CHARTER OAKS, with the WIRE GAUZE DOOR, is Ilia! of BROILING STEAKS in the
OVEN and not over the coals, thus avoiding the loss of juice, being burnt or tainted hy smoke,
steaks broiled Ip a CHARTER OAK, with the WIRE GAUZE DOOR, becomes tender, juicy and
delicious. All those who have used the old reliable CHARTER OAKS know them to be a ftrst
elasg article, and will readily understand the theory of this truly wonderful Improvement, they
will herald their success with unstinted praise and delight. There is no mechanical ingenuity
required to understand how to operate the CHARTER OAK RANG EH or STOVES, they are very
simple in construction, so much so a child could work them. It is the only Range having one
damper that will heat water In the reservoir and bake well at the same time. We have so much
conlldence In the OHATER OA KS, having had one In opera 1:011 in our store, that we are prepared
to substantiate everything el lined for them. The public are cordially Invited to call and hava
the theory of the WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR fully explained, or send for descriptive circular to
CLARKE & DANIELS,
PORTABLE RANGES, COOKING STOVES AND ROUSE FURNISHING SPECIALTIES,
Corner Whitaker and Yorlc Streets, Savannah, Georgia.
TRUNKS AND SHOES.
Our Trunks Have Arrived,
And wo are ready to show you the largest assortment ever
brought to Savannah. If you propose to take a summer va
cation don’t wait until you are ready to leave, but come
around to see us at once and make your selection while our
assortment is complete.
Ladies’ Louisa Leather Saratoga Trunks, Ladies’ Lady
Washington Leather or Zinc Saratoga Trunks, Gents’ Sola
Leather Trunks, Ladies’ and Gents’ Leather Satchels, Ladies’
and Gents’ Leather Club Bags. All styles and at Rock Bot
Don’t Fail to examine our Gents’ Calf $3 Shoes, in Con
gress, Lace and Button, best in the city, at
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.’S
POPULAR SHOE STORE,
135 BROUGHTON STREET.
N. B. The repairs in our store having been completed we
are again ready for business.
I HON WORKS. "
KEHOE’S IRON WORKS;
Broughton Street, from Reynolds to Randolph Streets, 1
SaTrannali, - - Georgia.
CASTING OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
' THE RAPIDLY INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
SUGAR MILLS AND PANS
TT induced us to manufacture them on a more extenaive scale than
11 ever. To that end no pal dm or expense has been spared to maintain
their HIGH BTANARD OF EXCELLENCE.
H These Mills are of the BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP with
heavy WROUGHT IRON SHAFTS (made long to prevent danger to thn
8 ■ operator), and rollers of the best charcoal pig Iron, oil turned up true.
H M They are heavy, strong and durable, run light and even, and are guaran
tMBBwWWMWWIWHi teed capable of grinding the heaviest fully matured
\lloiir Milk, are fully wntraMcd f. r on,, year ■fIMSIIHHHNB
<>llr Fans being ■■( with the Git toms down,
Hiuodli'i.w. durability nod uiufnriiiitv of MW
HBWwbI tlo'Aiiev. FAK Sri'KKß ill ID TIP'Mi MADE IN’
THE USUAL WAY
Having unsurpassed facilities,
WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OFFERED.
A Large Stock Always on Hand 4 or Prompt Delivery.
Will. Kelioe & Cos.
N. B - The name “ KEHOE’B IRON WORKS,’ is cast on all our Mills and Tans.
Vale Royal Manufacturing Cos.
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Sasli, tors, ills, Mantels, Pciv Ends,
And Interior Finish of all kind*. Mouldings, Balusters, Newel Poets. Estimates, Prioe Uete, Mould
ing llooke. ami any Information In our lino furnished on application. C'ynpuw, Yellow Pine, Oalb
Aeh and Walnut LUMBER on hand and In any quantity, furnished promptly.
VALE ROYAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Savannah. Ga