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C OMM ERC'IAL.
SAVANN All M ARKBT.
OFFICE OF THF. MORNIN® NEWS, (,
S iYANXAU, Ga., Sept. 8. 4P. M. (
('ottox—TLe market was very easy. There
teas an active Fernand, which was freely met,
resulting in the heaviest day's business of the
season. The total sales for the day were
bales. On ’Change at the opening call, at 10
am„ the market was reported quiet and
uncharged, w ith sales of 1.281 bales. At the
second call, ut 1 p tu., the market was quiet at
a decline of 1-ltlc for middling fair aud good
middling, the sales being 1,4116 bales. At the
thir l and closing call, at 4 p. in., it was easy at
a decline of l-16c for middling and 10-. v middling,
w ith further sales of 1,746 bales. The following
are the official closing spot quotations of the
.Middling f"ir 3 3-16
Good middling 9 1-16
Middling 6 13-16
Low middling 8%
Sea Tula ad —The market continues very dull
ind nominal. We quoie:
Common Georgias and Floridas 14®15
Medium 16® 16%
Good medium 17@17%
Medium tine 18®
Extra fine 20®21
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Sept. 8, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
1887-88. j 1886-87.
; IsUmd. U P lu,ui \ Mund. Cland
Stock on hand Sept. 1 575 6,818 [ 1,149 4,304
Received to-day i— 4.860 | 1,805
Received previously 21,191! 5 10,634
J Total ' 575 _ 32,869 j 1,154 _ 16.743
| Exported to-day j 2,678 j 660
! Exported previously ! 9,600 1 4,785
j Total | ■ ■■ 12.278 1 5,445 j
Stork unhand and on ship- j
\ board this day || 575 20,591 j 1,154 11,298 i
rjce—The market was active and strong,
though not quotably higher. The sales for the
day were 455 barrels at about quotations. We
Good 5 @
Country lot 60® 90
Tide water 90® 1 15
Naval Storks—The market for spirits tur pen
gsntine was quiet, but firm and unchanged.
uyers and sellers were more or less apart and
business was merely nominal. At the Board of
Trade on the opening call the market was re
posed firm at 2tlc bid for regulars. At the
closing call it was film at 29c for regulars.
Rosin—The market continues quiet, but steady
and unchanged. The sales for the day
were about 1,375 barrels. At the Board of Trade
, n the first call the market was reported steady
at the following quotations: A, B. C and 1) 90c,
E 950, F 9714 c, (’1 1 09, H §1 05. 1 $1 15, K $1 30,
M $1 40, N $l6O. window glass $2 05, water white
$2 55. At the closing call it was unchanged.
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2.543 77,408
Received to-day 514 2 % 50b
Received previously 109,428 262,308
Exported to-day • 522 130
Exported previously 97,263 „i 6.901
Total ..'97,385 277,051
Stock on hand and on shipboard
Receipts same day last year >oo l. Iff
Financial— Money is in active demand, and
banks are just about able to let their customers
have their legitimate wants.
Domestic Exchange— Easy. Banks and
bankers are buying sight drafts at fq per cent
discount and selling at % per cent discount
Exchange— The market is very weak.
Commercial demand, $4 80: sixty days,
$4 77^q ; ninety days, $1 76; francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 29)4; Swiss,
$5 29)4; marks, sixty days. 93 7-10.
Securities—The market is quiet, with some
little demand for strong bonds and some inquiry
for Central railroad stock.
Stocks and Bonds — City Bonds - Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent long date. 108 bid. ilO asked:
Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked; Augusta
7 per cent long date. 115 bid. 118 asked: Au
gusta 6s long date, 106 bid, 110 asked : Columbus
5 per cent. 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent,
111 hid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 percent,
October coupons, 101)4 hid, 102 asked; new
Savannah 5 per cent, November coupons, 101
bid, 101)4 asked.
State Bonds—Market steady, with light sup
ply. Georgia new 6s, 1689. 101 ‘bid, 102 asked;
Georgia new- 4)4k 104)4 hid, 105)4 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupons. 106)4 bid.
106)4 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons Janu
ary and July. maturity 1396, 120 bid, 121 asked.
Railroad Stocks— Central common, 118 bid,
119 asked: Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 131 bid, 132 asked: Georgia com
faun. 196 bid, 198 asked; South western 7 per
cent guaranteed, 126 bid, 127 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates, 99q bid, 99)4 asked; At
lanta and West Point railroad stock. 109 bid,
masked; Atlanta and West Point 6 per cent
certificates, KI2J4 bid. 103 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 and July, maturity 1897,115 bid. 117)4asked.
Central consolidated mortgage 7 tier cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1693. 110)4
bid, 111)4 asked; Georgia railroad Cs, 1397, 10b
bid, 106 asked; Mobile and Girard second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and
July, maturity 1889,102 bid, 103)4 asked: Mont
gomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per cent,
indorsed by Central railroad, 106)4 bid. 108
asked; Marietta and North Georgia first mort
gage, 50 years. 6 percent, 100 hid, 101)4 asked;
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta first mort
gage 111 hid, 112 asked; Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta second mortgage,
110 asked; Western Alabama second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, 109 bid, 110 asked;
South Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid,
120 asked; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid, 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 111)4 bill,
112 asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and bouth
ern first mortgage guaranteed, 114 bid, 115)4
asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship
* per cent bonds, guaranteed by Cen
tral railroad, 102)4 bid, 103 asked; Gainesville.
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 118 asked; Columbus and
Koine first mort gage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad. 104 bid, 105)4 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 l*n- cent guaranteed,
107 asked; City anil Suburban railway first
mortgage 7 per cent, 103)4 bid, 109 asked.
Hunk Stinks —Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 198 bid. 202 asked: Mer
chants' National Bank, 157 asked; Savannah
Pj-ik and Trust, Company, 97 bid, 100 asked;
National Bank of Savannah. 120 bid, 121 asked;
OgletliorjKi Savings and Trust Company, 107
bid, 108 asked.
.fig* StoiJcs— Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
diviilend, 20 hid. 21 asked; Mutual Gas Light
•trek, ao lilrl, 23 asked.
Bacon—Market advancing; demand good;
smoked clear rib sides, 10)4e; shoulders, 7)jjc;
dry salted clear rib sides, 934 c; long clear,
)Sc: shoulders, 6)4c; hams, 14c.
Baiiimiinu and ties -Market irregular. We
Quote: Bagging— 2)4 lbs, 8)4®8)4c; B#>g, <9s®
i%c; 1)4 lbs. HUQdDaC, according to brand and
quantity. Iron ties—Arrow and other brands,
Jnne: nominal, $1 25 per bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in retail
lots a fraction higher. ,
Bctter- Market steady; oleomargarine, 14®
Ire; choice Goshen, 18c; gilt edge, 28(3i25c;
Cabbaoe— Northern. 18® 13c.
Cbekhk Market nominal; small demand;
•tock light. We qu#e, lllBe. , „
Coffee—The market is firm. We quote for
small lota; Ordinary, 20)4c; fair, 21)4c; good,
choice, 28c; isialwrry, 26e.
Brim Fruit—Apples,evaiiorated, 14c:peeled,
•He. Peaches, peeled, 19c; uupeeled, s®!c. Cur
rant*, 7c. Citron, 26c . ,
Bry Goons—The market is firm'.business fair.
, w quote: Prints, 4<2 c; Georgia brown shirt
nc. 8 4, 4)4c: 7-8 do, 5)*o; 4-4 brown sheet-
Jbk-BUo; white osnaburgs. B)4® 1' c; checks,
i, *c; yarns, 85c for best makes; brown drill
, full weights: Mackerel- No.
• $i tvo®in 00; No. a, half barrels, nominal,
J' Kkgn U); No. 2, $7 Vii.aß 50. IJerring-No. 1,
*£> Rcaled, 115 c; cod, sfinAc.
ruicn Market steady; demand moderate.
!*• quote: Extra, $3 ITltoa 85; fancy, $4 SO®
J choice patent, $5 16*5 40; family, 14 00®
Faurr—Lemons—Demand fair. We quote:
S3 26@.3 50. Apples, Northern, $250@3 75.
Grain—Corn-Market very firm; demand
ljglit. We quote: White earn, job lots, fine;
earload lots. Otic: mixed corn. ,iob lots, Ux*; car
load lots, fee. Oats steady; demand good. We
quote; Mixed oats, 45c; carload lots, 40c. Bran,
si 00. Meal, 7244 c. Georgia grist, per sack,
51 50; grist. per bushel. Toe.
Hat—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample We quote job lots: Western,
St 10; carload lots. Si 00; Eastern, $110; North
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides-Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry Hint. ll@1144c; salted, 9@944c;
dry butcher, Bc. Wool—Receipts light; prime,
ill bales, 20c; burry, :o@lse. Wax. 18c. Tal
low, Stale. Deer skins, flint, 20c; salted, 16c.
Otter skins, 50c(&$4 00.
Irox—Marketfirm; Swede; 444@5c; refined;
Lard—Market is easy; in tierces, 744 c; 50 tt>
Lime, Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is sell
ing at Si 80 per barrel; Georgia, Si 30 per bar
rel; calcined plaster, $i 50 per barrel; hair 4c.
Rosendale cement. Si 50; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stock, steady demand. Bour
bon, SI 50@ 5 50; rye. Si 60@6 00; rectified,
Si 00451 ;15. Ales unchanged and in tair de
Nails—Market firm; fair demand. Wequote;
3d, $3 90; 4<l and sd, $3 25 ; 6d, $3 00; Bd, $2 75;
lOd to OOd, $2 50 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds—Tarragona, 18@.20c; Ivicas,
17@18c: aval nuts, French, 12c; Naples, 16c; pe
cans, 11#, Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Barracoa, $5 25 per 100.
Oils—Market firm; demand good. Signal.
45c; West Virginia black. 9@loe; lard, 58c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white, 1344 c;
neatsfoot, 62®.80c; machinery. 25@30e; linseed,
raw, 49c; boiled, 52c; mineral seal, 16c; fire
proof, 18c; homelight, 18c.
Onions—Northern, per barrel, $3 50@3 75.
Potatoes—Long Island Rose, S3 00.
Peas-Semand light; cow peas, mixed, 75@
80c; clay, Si 00(5*1 15; speckled, $1 00<gil 15;
black eye, $1 50; white crowder. Si 50@1 75.
Prunes—Turkish. sAjc; French. Bc,
Raisins—Demand light: market steady; loose
new Muscatel, 82 00; layers, $1 80 per box; Lou
don layers. §2 25 per box.
Salt—The demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 05c fob; job lots,
Shot—Drop, $1 40; buck, $1 65.
Sugar—The market is firm: cut loaf, B34 c '.
standard A, 644 c; extra C, 594 c; yellow C, 544®
544 c; granulated. 6-\,c; powdered, 7c.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia syrup, 45c;
the market is quiet for sugarhouse at 30@40c;
Cuba straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugar
house molasses. 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate.
Wequote; Smoking, 26c@$l 25; chewing, com
mon, sound, 25(0;30c; fair, 80@35c; medium, 38
@soc; bright, 50@75c; fine fancy, 85@90c; extra
fine. 90c@$l 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 firm at quotations. We
Ordinary sizes $l3 50@17 00
Difficult sizes 16 oO@2l 50
Flooring boards 16 00@20 50
ShipstulT 18 S0&21 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ #00®?,11 00
800 “ “ 10 004*11 0O
900 *• “ 11 00(*412 00
1,000 “ “ 12 00®14 00
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average $ 8 00@ 7 00
800 “ “ 7 00® 8 00
900 “ “ 8 00® 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00®10 00
Mill timber SI below these figures.
LrMBKR—By sail—Coastwise business cont inues
dull, with vessels in good supply and rates weak.
Freight limits are from §5 004*6 25 from this
and the near 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 wind
ward, nominal; to South America, $l3 00®M 00;
to Spanish and Mediterranean ports, $ll (W®.
12 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber,
27@285; lumber, £3 15s. Steam—To New York,
$7 00; to Philadelphia. $7 00; to Boston. $9 00.
Naval Stores—F irm but nominal Foreign-
Cork, etc., fo orders, 3s 3d, and, or, 4s 6d; Adri
atic, rosin. 3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s lOtajd. Coastwise—
Steam,—To Boston, 50c on rosin, $1 00 on spirits;
to New York, rosin 50c, spirits 80c; to Phila
delphia, rosin 39c. spirits 80e; to Baltimore,
rosin 30c, spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By Steam—The market is nominal.
Liverpool direct 19-64d
Liverpool via New York $1 lb 5-16d
Liverpool via Baltimore $ lb 3-10d
Antwerp via New York jil lb 5-16®^ad
Havre via New' York lb. 916 c
Havre via Baltimore 66c
Bfernen via New York $ lb 1116 c
Reval via New York 11 32d
Bremen via Baltimore $ lb 9|e
Amsterdam via New York 65c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 61c
Genoa via New York $ lb 9sd
Boston $ bale $ 1 85
Sea island '•s bale 1 75
New York t# bale 1 35
Sea island bale 175
Sea island $ bale 1 75
Baltimore $ bale 1 —5
Providence bale 150
Rice—By steam —
New Y'ork barrel 60
Philadelphia barrel 60
Baltimore 49 barrel 60
Boston $1 barrel 60
Grown fowls pair $ 65 @ 80
Chickens, 44 to ?4 grown 40 @ 60
Springers 25 @ 40
Ducks 49 pair 60 @ 80
Geese 4? pair 75 @lOO
Turkeys $ pair 125 @2 00
Eggs, country, S dozen 22 @
Peanuts—Fancy n. p. Va, "pi lb @7
Peanuts—Hand picked 4# 7a @6
Peanuts—Qa. $ bushel, nominal . 75 @ 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds 4 3 bush... 50 @ 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams 45? bush.. 65 @7O
Sweet potatoes white yams, 49 bush 40 @ 55
Poultry—Market steady: receipts heavy; de
mand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown in good request.
Eggs—Market firm, with a good demand, but
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate; mar
Sugar—Georgia and Florida nominal; none in
Honey-No demand, nominal.
Sweet Potatoes—Scarce; receipts very light;
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Y'ork, Sept. 8, noon.—Stocks quiet but
steady. Money quiet at 444@5 per cent. Ex
change-long $4 (934@4 80, short £4 88144*4 84.
State bonds neglected. Government bonds dull
but steady. , „ , . ,
5:00 p. m.—Exchange dull and unsettled.
Money easy at 3@6 per cent., dosing offered at
4 Sub-Treasury balances—Gold, $134,803,000;
currency $13,7)8.000. Government bonds dull
and heavy; four per cents 12396; four and a half
per cents 108. State bonds dull and without
mature. . , , ,
The stoek market to-day showed a decreasing
volume of business and a marked falling off in
outside interest in speculation. The news of the
day was not calculated to have any material
effect upon values and trading was again, to a
very large extent, confined to professionals.
While I rollers were the principal sellers, there
was at times free realizations, and without any
special pleasure of long spick prices sagged the
entire day The failure of the Bank of England
to advance its rate, as was expected in some
quarters, with further shipments of gold to this
side was an element of strength in the fore
noon, when Loudon was buyer, and the increas
ing prominence of telegraph matters ui the
market with excellent support accorded to
Western Union, materially anted the final rally.
The bears, however, were again active, with
sales of short stock, unfavorable rumors and
the usual arguments in depressing prices, in
which they had efficient aid from traders. Mis
souri Pacific was the heaviest sufferer by their
tactics, although none of the active list escaped
their attention. Fluctuations were narrower
and trading quieter than on any day for the
past week, 'the opening was firm at advances
extending to 44 per cent., und while few stocks
made further slight alvances, the advantage
was not maintained and prices moved off slowly
from the opening. Northwest was prominent
for weakness and Western Union for strength.
Imt it hood i(iiv6 wav with remainder. Ihe
i*Allies were feeble and of short duration and
further losses were sustained. Toward noon,
with Reading in the load, extreme dullness en
sued, with Improving quotations, but toward
the last hour a determined drive carried Tirices
to the lowest figures of the day, Missouri Pacific
showing most weakness. Extensive covering
brought about a material reaction in the last
half Lour, and the close was firm at fractions
better than the lowest price* reached. Only
three stocks in the active listestern Union,
.New York Ontral and St. Paul-are higher to
night and these for but Insignificant fractions.
Total sales 287.006 shares. The following were
the closing quotations:
Ala classA, 2to 5.106* New Orleans Pa-
Ala. clas* B, 5* 104 ctfle, lat m01t... *
Georgia 7a. mort.*Jo4s4 N. Y <'eiiti al .. • ■
N. Carolina 122 2 ort i>* pr ” f •• HI
N Carolina 4a... *9734 Nor -
So Caro. (Brown) >"“• ••
—msol* ..,.104 Pacific Mall MM
Tenneasee#* ••• • - 7*W Reading 91
V>!m!an ”48 Richmond * Ale.. 9
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1887.
Va. consolidated. 45 Richmond A: DanvlSO 1
Ch'peake & Ohio. 6 Ricbin'd A W. Pt.
Chic. & Northw'n. 11436 Terminal 2114
“ preferred... 142*4 Rock Island 125
Dela., Lack AIV.. 1301. St. Paul 8344
Erie 364 “ preferred . llsbj
East, Tennessee, Texas Pacific 2652
new stock IU6 Tenn. Coal A Iron. 26Fj
Lake Shore 94% Union Pacific 514.
L'ville 4 Nash N. J. Central 7594
Memphis & Char. 50 Missouri Pacific... 969a
Mobile 4 Ohio 13 Western Union . 77
Nash. & Chatt'a.. 77§ CottonOilTrust cer 3296
♦Asked. IBid. off.
Liverpool Sept. 8. 12:30 p. m.—Cotton firm,
with 1 demand: middling uplands 5 7-10d,
midi’ ng Orleans 5 7-16d; sales 12.000 bales, for
apex:: atio and export 2,000 bales; receipts
I,om' 1 , a.o -American i 00.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause. Sep
tember delivery 5 22 64d, also 5 24-64d; Septem
ber and October 5 1264*1, also 5 14 641: October
and November 5 8-64(1; November and December
5 5-644 also 5 fi-64d; January and February
5 4-64d, also 5 6-64<1; February and March 5 5-64d,
also 5 6-64d; April and May 5 10-64d. Market
2 p. m.—The sales to-day included 7,700 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Sep
tember delivery 5 22-('4d. buyers: September and
October 5 18-S4d. sellers; October and November
5 7-64d. buyers ; November and December 5 ti-64d,
buyers; December and January 55-64d, buyers;
January and February 55-64d, buyers; February
and March 56-64d, buyers; March and April
5 7-64d, buyers; April and May 5 9-64d, buyers.
Good middling uplands 5 9-16d, middling up
lands uplands 5 7 ltld. low- middling uplands
5 5-16d, good ordinary uplands sd. ordinary up
lands 411 l6d; good middling Texas 5 9-l(id.
middling Texas 5 7-10d, low middling Texas
5 5-16d, grxid ordinary Texas sd. ordinary Texas
4 11-Kkt: good middling Orleanwo 9-16 I, mid
dling Orleans 5 7-16d, low middling Orleans
5 5-lOd. good ordinary Orleans sd. ordinary Or
4 p. m.— Futures: Uplands. low middling
clause, September delivery 5 23-64d, sellers:
September and October 5 12-64d, buyers; Octo
ber and November 5 7-64d. sellers: November
and December 5 5-84d, value; December und
January 5 4-64d, buyers: January an 1 February
5 4 64d, buyers:. February and March 5 5-04d,
sellers; March and April 5 7-64d, sellers; April
and May 5 9-64d. sellers. Market closed easy.
New York, Sept. 8, noon. —Cotton opened
steady; middling uplands 103s c , middling Or
leans 1934 c; sales S3: bales.
Futures —The market opened quiet but steady,
with sales as follows; September delivery 9 46c.
October 9 30c. November 9 23c, December 9 23c,
January 9 28c. February 9 85c.
5:00 p. m.—Market closed steady: middling up
lands lOtftc, middling Orleans ldtic; sales to
day 842 bales; gross receipts 2,357 bales.
Futures—Market closed dull but steady, with
sales of 56,500 bales, as follows: September de
livery 9 41 ®9 42c, October 9 25® 9 20c, November
and December 9 19@9 20e, January 9 24@9 26c,
February 9 31@9 32c. March 9 39(0; 9 40c, April
9 46@9 45e, May 9 53<®#54e, June 9 60@9 ole,
July 9 67<@9 69c.
Green & Co.’s report on cotton futures says:
"Cotton contracts have met a rather tame mar
ket pretty much all day. longs still showing an
inclination to spill out a portion of their hold
ings. The principal depressingTeature appeared
to be found in very liberal showing of port re
ceipts, which run greatly ahead of last week
and last year. Though slightly better crop re
ports carried some additional influence on the
shrinkage of 4(g,5 points, however, there was
more demand brought out, many shorts feeling
a little timid about the forthcoming bureau re
port and covering as a measure of safety. At
the close there was a small fractional recovery,
but a quiet market. Spots remain steady, but
new cotton to arrive is offered at somewhat
Galveston. Sept. B.—Cotton firm; middling
9 l -16 c; net receipts 3.321 bales, gross 3,321; sales
995 bales; stock 14,875 bales.
Norfolk, oept. B.—Cotton firm: middling
9 Kc; net receipts 434 bales, gross 434; sales —-
bales; stock 1,379 bales; exports, coastwise 113
Baltimore, Sept. B.—Cotton nominal; mid
dling 9?4c; net receipts none, gross 745 bales;
sales none; stock 503 Dales; sales to spinners 40
bales: exports, coastwise 343 bales.
Boston. Sept. B.—Cotton quiet; middling
1044 c; net receipts none bales, gross 91; sales
none; stock none; exports, to Great Britain 944
Wilmington, Sept. B.—Cotton steady; middling
949 c; net receipts 700 bales, gross 700; sales
noue; stock 3,011 Pules.
Philadelphia, Sept. B.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 10->4; net receipts none, gross none; stock
4,882 bales: exports, to Great Britain 700 bales.
New Orleans, Sept. B.—Cotton steady; mid
dling 9c: net receipts 2 307 bales, gross 2,701;
sales 2,100 bales; stock 20,094 bales.
Mobile, Sept,. B.—Cotton easy; middling
9c; net receipts 316 bales, gross 366; sales 400
bales; stock 2,242 bales; exports, coastwise 246
Memphis, Sept. B.—Cotton quiet; middling
oVkc; receipts 501 bales; shipments 241; sales
500; stock 7,425 bales.
Augusta, Sept. B.—Cotton quiet but steady;
middling 8 1516 c; receipts 802 bales; sales 831
Charleston, Sept. B.—Cotton steady'; demand
fair; middling 9c; net receipts 2.405 bales, gross
2,005; sales 2,500 bales: stock 12,8:38 bales.
Atlanta, Sept. B.—Cotton—middling 844 c;
receipts 219 bales.
New York, Sept. B.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 14,543 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 7,481 bales, to Fi ance 200 bales,
to the continent 452; stock at all American ports
PROVISIONS, groceries, etc.
Liverpool, Sept. 8, 12:30 p. m.—^Wheat quiet,
with poor demand; holders offer moderately.
Corn firm, with fair demand; new mixed West
ern 4s 24£d.
New York, Sapt. 8. noon.—r lour firm. Wheat
quiet. Cora opened lower, but decline recovered;
later a shade easier. Pork firm; mess $l5 75@
16 00. Lard firmer at $6 90. Old mess pork at
$l5 00. Freights steady.
5:00 p. m.—Flour, Southern firm and in
moderate demand; common to fair extra $3 4o
@4 00, good to choice ditto ?4 10®4 90. Wheat
quiet but firm; optious have scarcely varied tor
the day, closing firm; No. 2 red, September de
livery 7944@80 1-16 C, October 80>4@8i>>4e. Corn
44® $4O and options 44c higher, closing lirm;
NoT 2, September delivery 504q@51c, October
50 l-16@5t%c. Oats about 44c higher and firm,
with moderate trading; mixed Western 32®
34c; No. 2, September delivery 3146@3144i\
October 3144@31%. Hops quiet. Coffee, fair
Rio, on spot steady at 2044 c; optionss@lopoints
lower and dull, closing steady: No. 7 Rio, Sep
tember delivery 18c; October 18 15@18 25c;
November 18 40@ 18 45c Sugar strong, with
fair request; fair refining 4%c; refined closed
stronger—C 5@544c. fellow 444 c, mould A
6 7-lOc, standard A 6 1-I#<®l%C. confectioners" A
6 5-16@844e, cut loitf and crushed 6 9-16@6%c,
powdered 0 9-t6@,fi | >4e, granulated 644 c. Molas
ses steady; extra heavy blackstrap 114$o. Cot
ton seed oil quoted at 30@32c for crude, 40@
4144 c for refined. V.ool quiet and easy;
domestic fleece 36@35e. pulled 14® 23c, Texas
9®23c. Pork stronger: mess $l5 25 for old.
$l6 00@16 25 for new. Beef dull. Middles dull
and nominal. Lard 5&6 points higher and firm
but quiet: Western steam at $0 9244, Septem
ber delivery $6 854fc, October $6 85@6 89.
Chicago. Sept. B.—The bear crowd evidently
went beyond bounds yesterday, and the nuiurul
reaction occurred to-day. There was nothing
to help bulis, and no outside influences at work
beyond moderate purchases. The opening v, as
at about yesterday’s closing figures, but in
fluenced by a better demand, partly in sympathy
with the strength developed in corn, prices ad
vanced about 94c and closed about 4i@94 c
higher than yesterday. Trading was small all
through the session, but aggregated consider
able. October opened at TOJ-afeTOWc, advanced
to 7044 c, reacted to 7044''. and closed at 7644 c.
Corn showed little more life for to-day, and
fluctuations were more frequent than the past
few days. The feeling generally was quite firm,
near futures in particular exhibiting more
strength. Trading was largely local, shorts
buying quite freely, and especially for October
delivery. Cables were again stronger. The
principal feature was receipts, which were
nearly 109 ears less than exp.-cted, and estimates
for to-morrow show considerable decrease, and
this tended to create a strong feeling. Besides
this, there were rumors that the government
report* to lie Issued on ISept. 10 would make a
lioorer showing than last month. October
opened better than the close at 4144@41Hc, sold
up to 42c. reacted slightly, and then sold up to
4244 c. May started at tic, and touched 4,>44c
lielore noon The closing prices were 4244 c for
October and for May. Oats were
firmer for cash and near futures. September
delivery was in I letter request, and quite strong
at. the advance. Deferred deliveries were steady,
hut did not fluctuate outside of yesterday's
range October opened at 25@2544c, and
gained 44c, closing at 2554 c Provisions took an
upward turn to-day. and higher prices were re
corded on all speculative articles. Trading was
more active early, but chiefly in short ribs,
winch were I mug tit with increased freedom by
local anil outside shorts, and prices advanced
7444410 c. The market closed firm, October
sold at $8 80@H 90, ami closed at the top. Lard
was taken Quite freely by exporters, and price*
on cash and near futures advanced 244>'. but
January remained steady. < ictolwr sold at
$6 5244 46 0744. January ** $6244@6 65. Pork
advanced 30c for year, with only two or three
trades, and closed at $l2 30. January advanced
15c. and closed at $l2 8244
Caali quotations to-day ruled as follows:
Flour In fair demand for cholou bakers and
patents, with offerings limited; winters are
slow and rather easier Wheat, No. 2 spring
N'.ti<a>Ha 4 c; No. H spring Me; No 2 red 88c.
Corn, No. 2 4Se. Oats, No. 2, 24'4c. Mow pork,
per barrel, quiet, laud, per 100 lbs, $0 38.
Rbort Hb sides, loom. %* *S(AS M 744. Dry salted
shoulders, boxed, $5 25®5 30: short clear sides,
boxed. $9 15® 9 20. Whisky $1 10.
Loading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 8 Wheat—
Sept, delivery... 68W ■■■■
Oct. delivery 70% 70% 70)4
Nov. delivery... 72 72% 72%
Corn, No. 2
Sept, delivery... 41% 42% 42%
Oct. delivery 41% 42% 42%
May delivery — 45 45% 45%
Oats, No. 2
Sept, delivery... 24% 24% 24%
Oct. delivery 25 25% 25%
May delivery... 30 30% 30%
Year, per barrel.sl2 25 sl2 30 sl2 30
Jan. delivery. .. 12 75 12 87% 12 87%
Sept, delivery. $6 50 $6 55 $6 .55
Oct. delivery 6 52% 6 57% 0 57%
Jan. delivery.... 6 62% 6 65 6 65
Sept, delivery... $8 82% $8 90 $8 90
Oct. delivery 8 82% 8 90 8 90
Jan. delivery 6 60
Baltimore,Sept. 8— Flour firm; demand active;
Howard street aud Western supeiiiue $2 25®
2 75, extra $3 00,®3 60, family $3 75. (,4 35, city
mills superfine 9- 25®2 62, extra sSflo®3 50;
Rio brands $ I 15® 4 50. Wheat Southern
(Inner, with good inquiry; red B>®B2c; amber
82®88c: Western lower and quiet: No. 2 winter
red, on spot 77%®,78c. Corn—Southern firm;
white 56®57c, yellow 54®54%c; Western steady
Cincinnati, Sept. B,—Flour heavy. Wheat
stronger; No. 2 red 72c. Corn stronger; No. 2
mixed 44*4® 45c. Oats firmer; No. 2 mixed 27%
®27%e. Provisions -Pork firmer at sls 25.
Lard firm and unchanged. Bulk meats scarce
and nominal. Whisky steady at $1 05. Hogs
active and higher; common hud light $4 10®
5 20; packing and butchers $5 50.
St. Louis. Sept. B.—Flour very firm and un
changed. Wheat strong; little doing; No. 2 red,
cash 69%@70c; October delivery 70%®70%e,
May 81•’%('( 82c. Corn %c higher; cash 38U®
40c. October delivery 38%(g>39c, November
:'B%e. Mac ll%® H%c. Oats firm: cash 24%c,
October delivery 23%e. NovemberCHtije. Whisky
closed steady "at $1 05. Provisions strong:
Pork Irregular, newsls 26. Lard at $6 35. Dry
salt meats boxed shoulders $5 75; long clear
$8 87%, clear ribs $9, short clear $9 25.
Bacon—boxed shoulders $6 25, long clear and
clear ribs $9 67%®9 73, short clear $9 95®
10 00. Hams steady at sl2 00(?t,14 00.
New Orleans. Sept. B.—Coffee quiet and
steady; Rio cargoes, common to-prime 185)1®
21%c. Cotton seed products steady. Sugars
strong: Louisiana open kettle, fully fair 5%c,
good fair 5%c; centrifugals, off white o®6 l-16c,
choice yellow clarified 6%0, prime yellow clari
fied 6 3-liic. Molasses steady, with fair demand;
Louisiana centrifugals, strictly prime to fancy
28®33e, good fair to good prime 22®25c, com
mon to good common IB@2lc.
London, Sept. B.—Spirits turpentine 25s 3d.
New York, Sept. 8, noon.—Spirits turpentine
320. Rosin $1 05(5,1 10
5:00 p. m.—Rosin quiet at $1 oo@l 10. Tur
pentine dull at 320.
Charleston, Sept. S.—Spirits turpentine quiet
at 29%c. Rosin quiet; good strained 90c.
Wilmington, Sept. B.—Spirits turpentine
firm at 29%c. Rosin firm; strained 70c,
good strained 75c. Tar firm at $1 30. Crude
turpentine firm; hard $1 10; yellow dip $1 75;
virgin $1 75.
New York. Sept. B.—Rice steady.
New Orleans. Sept, B.—Rice unchaugfft
New Orleans Rice Market.
New Orleans, Sept. 5. —The rice market con
tinues very active and strong, and prices have
again advanced. All offerings of clean rice
were promptly taken up at full quotations, and
lots have been contracted for before being fin
ished by the mills. All the mills are at work,
but not a barrel of stock has lieen allowed to
accumulate. Rough rice is also very active, and
receipts, though liberal to-day, were all taken
up at a further advance in prices. The further
advance of the clean article encouraged millers
to take freely. No stock has yet been accumu
The receipts to-day were 13,154 sacks of rough
and 172 barrels of clean.
The sales to-day were 2,394 barrels of clean
and 7,405 sacks of rough.
Our quotations art* from the official report of
the New Orleans Produce Exchange, and are for
round lots in first hands. Dealers ask %®%c V
lb higher on job lots.
Snot quotations—Clean jk lb —. Strong and
No. 2 2%®2%
Common .4%® 4%
Ordinary >. 4%®4%
Prime 5% ;R 5%
Rough rice—Strong and active at $3 10®.4 00
per barrel of 162 lbs, with actual sales at $3 10
® 4 00. Rice nolish quoted r* -M" ■/ 13 '( ton
from the mills; rice bran s6®’< $1 ton.—Pica
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos.
(Through John S. Ernest.)
New York. Sept. B.—Liverpool quotations
were disappointing this morning, and the mar
ket opened slightly better in consequence. The
improved tone, which was based purely on sen
timent, was speedily lost, there being no buy
ing orders for execution, and dullness charac
terized the day’s trading, with a continued
tendency toward lower prices. The closing of
Liverpool was easy at one point decline. A fair
business is reported at Manchester. Good sales
are being made in the southern markets, which
are slightly under the orices of cotton. The
need for marketing the large receipts tends to
depress quotations at the ports, and concessions
are being made to buyers. While this exists,
operations for an advance here are few, as the
daily heavy movement to the board checks
speculative activity. The stock in New York is
now only 20,000 bales, and spots are steady.
Tbia deters the bears from increasing their
short interest, as does also the belief that the
coming bureau report wijl be materially loss
favorable. The opinion of the ring is very
much mixed, and there is no dis; mail ion to make
new transactions until the outlook is lietter de
fined. Forced sales of January, presumed for
Southern account, caused the decline to dav.
There was a slight recovery, but the market Is
heavy and the volume of business is small.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Bun Rises 5:41
Bun Sets 6:14
High Water at Savannah 12:04 a m. 12:46 r u
Friday. Sept 9, 1887.
Steamship Wm Crane, Warren, Baltimore—J
B West & Cos.
Steamer Seminole, Strobhor. Beaufort, Port
Royal and Bluffton—ll A Strobhar, Manager.
ARRIVED UP FROM TYBEE YESTERDAY.
Steamship Nsnler (Br). Henderson, to loadfor
Barcelona—A Mlnlß & Sons.
Steamship Gate City, Lewis, Boston—C G An
Brig John Wesly, Van Gilder, Baltimore—Jos
A Roberts & Cos.
SI earner Ethel, Carroll, Cohen 's Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson. Manager
Steamer Grace Pitt, Willetts. Beaufort and
Steamship Gate Cltv. Boston.
Brig John Wesly, Baltimore.
New York, Sept 6—Arrived, barks Rachel
Emery, Coggins, Apalachicola: John R Stan
hope, Norton, do: brig Stacey Clark, Haskell,
Pensacola; schr Mary Lord, Smith, Aiialachi
Cleared, schr Mary A Hall.Veozie, Fernandina
Hamburg. Sept 3—Sailed, bark Piemonte (Rail,
Lizard. Sept 6—Passed, bark Ouiscppe (Ital).
Envigo, Pensacola for West Hartlepool.
Lislion. Aug 30—Arrived, bark Athlet (Nor).
St Catherine s Point, Sept 6—Passed, bark
Pohona (Br). Jamison, Savannah for London.
Rio Janeiro, Aug 17—Arrived, bark Scotia
Bri, Smeltzer, Brunswick.
14th -Sailed, bark Gettysburg (Nor), Stewart.
Tarifa, Aug 30—Passed, bark Kansome (Aus),
Stnreich. Brunswick for Valencia.
Montevideo. July 29—Sailed. I>ark Isaac Ben
ham (Nor). Klaveness, Pensacola.
25th—Arrived, hark Monark (Nor), Halvoraan,
2d Sailed, bark Christine (Nor), Pensacola.
Rosario, July I—ln port, bark Luigi Ruggiero
(Ital 1, Trapani, from Brunswick.
Boston. Hept 6—Arrived, schr H (I Hart,
Baltimore. Sept. 6- Cleared, steamship Blue
Jacket (Bri, Webb, Cooaaw, H C.
Brunswick. Sept—Arrived, barks Ixjvsprirg
(Non, Halvorson. Montevideo; Stephen O Ilsrt,
I’ssison. Provldenoe; schr Belle O'Neill, Butiar,
Bull River, 8 C. Hept #— Arrived, steamship
GYtmdou (Bri, WUklvLPMtad dphla
The reported sailing gt bark Isabella (Bn was
Fortress Monroe. Sept s—ln the roads, ship
He*r" l " (Vre fr*ni Bruns wick foe Uio fanelro
Ocormtown, 8 C, Sapt 3—Bailed, sclirs A P
Richardson, Newton, New York; Eleanor, Mott,
Georgetown, D C, Sent (V— Arrived, bark I.ap
lantl, Carlisle, Pensacola.
Port Eads. Sept 6—Arrived, ship Siberia (Br).
Logan. Rio Janeiro, and sailed for Pensacola;
bark MAE Cox (Bn, Robinson, Montevideo,
and sailed for Pensacola.
Pensacola. Sept ft—Cleared, hark Oelestiue
Rocca iltal). Oliver!, Buenos Ayres.
Philadelphia, S’pt ft Arrived, schr Brooxxie
B Rokea, Robinson, Pensacola; D W McLean,
Hudson, Georgetown, S l'.
Delaware Break m ater. Sept ft—Passed out,
steamship Hudson IBr . from Philadelphia for
Port Royal. S O; Resolute (Brl, do for Savannah.
New York, Sept S—Arrived out, steamship
Saale, from New York for Bremen.
Ship City of Montreal. Goss, from Pensacola
for Buenos Ayres, no date, lat 3ft, lon 86 28—6
Bark Martha Birnie (Br), Noble, from Pensa
cola for Grimsby. Aug 29, lat 82 17, lon 7 04.
Bark ITgglan (Sw), Gadd, from Pensacola for
Buenos Ayres, Aug 3, lat lft N. lon 2ft VS\
Bark Alliance (Nor), Salvesen, from Bruns
wick for Hamburg, Aug 27, lat 36, lon 78.
Bark Lucia (Br). from Aspinwall, was dis
charged from Sapelo Quarantine station Aug 38,
and sailed on Sept ft.
Schr Mary Lord, Smith, Apalachicola, at New
York Sent ft, reports the following; Aug 13 and
on the 28d encountered a hurricane from NE to
NW lasting 4ft hours, with terrific sea from N,
which caused the vassal to lulior heavily, ship
ping heavy seas. Hooding forward house, com
pelling crew to take shelter in cabin, washing
away jib. flying lib from the boom, starting
bowsprit arid losing part of deck load.
Ship Canute (Br), from Pensacola for Barrow,
which p..t into Havana Sept 6, is leaking badly.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Newport, K I, Sept 6—The new lighthouse on
Gull Rock, Upiier Newport Harbor, is practi
cally completed, and will he opened on Sept 15.
The keeper comes from Little Gull island. Long
Island Sound, where lie has been assistant
keeper for some time. Keeper King, of Dutch
Island, also came from Little Gull light, it being
the practice of the department to fill all posi
tions for keepers by promoting competent as
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
Sept ft—l.3U2 bales cotton. 54 cars lumber. 4
cars wood, 1 car cattle. 1 car coal. 2 cars iron. 2
cars wheels. 3TH bbls spirits turpentine. 2.124
bbls rosin, 140 bbls grits, 83 bbls rice, 425 bags
malt, 490 bills ribs, 231 bales hides, 4 bales wool,
Per Central Railroad, Sept ft—3.003 bales cot
ton, sft tulles yarn, lft bales domestics, 681 lbs
wool, 88 bales hides. 7 rolls leather. 445 lbs fruit,
147 pkgs tobacco. 12ft bbls spirits turpept ine, 381
bbls rosin, 89,292 lbs bacon, 120 bbls lime, 9,1)00
lbs flour, 48 pkgs furniture, 302 pkgs hardware.
188 pkgs mdse, 1 bale waste, 1 pit" empties, 5
kegs paint, ft cars coal, 225 bbls flour, ft pkgs
wood in shape, 1 pkg machinery, 1 car ma
Per steamship Gate City, for Boston—2,o7B
bales upland cotton, 90 bales domestics and
yarns, 150 bbls rosin. 322 bbls spirits turpentine,
7,5147 feet lumber, 69 bdls hides, 09 orates fruit,
54 tons iron, 430 pkgs mdse.
Per brig John Wealy, for Baltimore—279,9lß
feet p p lumber—McDonough & Cos.
Per steamship Win Crane, from Baltimore—
Jas II Williams, E L Hoffman, wife and 2 chil
dren. TS W inn, wife and child, W E Durfey
and son, J E Dubel, O P Havens, H H Droytlz,
F B Herrins, A Mastin, T i lair.
Per steamship Gate City, for Boston—Alex
Stephens, Mrs L V Brown, Mrs Erskiue, Mrs
Stearns, Master Steams.
Per Central Railroad. Sept ft—Fordg Agt,
Montague & Cos, Jno Flannery A Cos, Butler &8,
G Walter \ Cos. Herron A G, II M Comer & Cos,
'la-lea" A Cos. Woods A Cos, J P Williams A Cos,
Slater, M A Cos, Warnock AW. Baldwin A Cos,
W W Gordon A Cos, Garnett. S A Cos. F M Farley,
Warren a A. .Vi V A i) 1 Melntire, Ciius Ellis, J
D Weld. .1 S Wood A Bro, W W Clilsholm, Ham
mond, H A Cos, M Ferst A Cos, A J Miller A Cos,
I G Haas, G W Tiedeman, J W Butler, Hay A Q.
Southern Cotton oil Cos, J D IVeed A Cos. Geo S
Haines, 8 Guckenheinier A Son. E Lovell A Son,
nones Bro V Cos. Peacock. H A Cos. J P Dar
nell, W r D Dixon, A J Miller A Cos. W C Jackson,
M Y Henderson. D D Arden, Llppman Bros. C
Hohenstein. B Rothwell. MeGillis A M, W Gold
stein, C H Carson. Palmer Bros, J H Johnston,
H Myers A Bros Standard Oil Cos. CE Sl obs.
Lee Roy Myers A Cos. Frank A Cos, Bendheim
pros a. Cos, . -Ilian tiros A Cos, bt diwell, P A M.
per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway*
Sept ft—Transfer Office. Jno Flannery & Cos. D
A Altick’s Sons. Lilienthal A Son, Ludden A B.
Lovell A L, A B Collins A Cos, Peacock, H A Cos,
M Ferst A Cos, M Boley A Son, H Myers A Bros,
Einstein A L. Lippman Bros.W D Minikins A Cos,
Ray A Q, Meiuhard Bros A Cos, Annie C Monroe,
A .f Miller A C . las- Roy Myers A Cos, G Meyer,
f W Tynan. McDonough A (’o. M Y Henderson.
J H Hennessy, B II Levy A Bro.Wm Hone A Cos,
Grady, uci„ Cos, v r-edier, I Epstein A Bro, E
Moyle, D V Dancy, H Cohen, Harms AJ, Theo
Steffens. Dale, D A Cos. Bacon, J A Cos. Woods A
Cos, Montague A Cos. Herron A G, K D Bogart,
G Walter A Cos. Butler A S, W W Gordon A Cos,
Garnett, SA l Jo, M Maclean. J S Wood A Bro,
M Y A D I Melntire. F M Farley. Baldwin A Cos.
Ellis. Y A Cos, C L Jones. W C Jackson, E T
1 1 ■■■ 1 -
NOW-THE TIME TO SI'LCULATE '
ACTIVE fluctuations in the Market offer op
portunities to speculators to make money
in Grain, Stocks, Bonus aud Petroleum. Prompt
attention spven to orders rM-eived bv
wire or mutt. Cofreepondenoe eolictt#d. Full
information about the markets in our book,
which wiil i) forwarded free on application.
H. D. KYLE, Banker und Broker,
38 Broad and 34 New Sts. New York City.
BUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
of Stock* and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York Quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WIIXIAMS. W. CUMMINS.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago and Liverpool Exchanges.
) COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
KISS! MM EE CIT Y ’ BANK
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $.50,000
r pit AN'S A' 'T a regular hanking business Give
I particular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New York. New Orleans, Savannab and Jack
sonville, Fla Resident Agents for Coutte A Cos.
and Melville, Evans A Cos., of Loudon, F.nglaud.
New York correspondent; The Seaboard
GIUIN AM) IIAI.
wis £ k a.. jj
OS BEST GRADES OF
Northern Cabbage, Potatoes,
Onions, Apples, Turnips, Cocoanuts,
And all kinds of FRUITS and PRODUCE in
GrRAIN AIM’D IIAY,
Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran Eyes, Feed Meal,
Grits, Meal, Cracked Corn, Peas, Etc.
Get our carload price*.
169 BAY ST.
W. D. 3IMKINB & CO,
WINES AND Lltjl OIK
FO R s A LE.
B Select Whisky $4 00
Baker Whisky i 00
ltn|ierlal Whisky 8 (X)
Pineapple Whisky ■ ■ 2 00
North Carolina Com Whisky 2 00
Old Rye Whisky 1 60
Rum -New England and Jamaica $1 50 to 300
Bye and Holland Git 1 60 to 8 04
Brandy—Domestic and Cognac .... I 60 to ft 00
VV I NKH.
Catawba Wine $1 00 to *1 60
Block berry Wine . ... 100 to ISO
Madeira, Porta and Kberrys. 1 SO to 8 00
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
A. H. CHAMPION,
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TTNIVERSALLY CONCEDED to lie the greatest improvement ever attached to a Cooking
L Stove or Range. Bv the admission of fresh air into the oven in the form of small jets, it
purifies that which is otherwise vitiated, at the same time saving the juice which is the nourish
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simple in construction, so much so a child could work them. It is the only Range having one
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TRUNKS AND SHOES.
Low Quarter Shoes at Cost.
In order to make room for our Large Fall Stock, which
will soon be coming in, we have concluded to make a rushing
sale of the balance of our stock of
GENTS’ FINE LOW QUARTER SHOES.
We have sold our stock of these goods down closer this
season than we have for years past, and being determined not
to carry any over to next year, we offer to close them out
AT MANUFACTURERS’ COST.
Remember the old saying, “the early bird catches the
worm,” so don’t wait until the best lots are gone.
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135 BROUGHTON STREET.
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