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~ SAVANNAH MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS,I
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 15, 4p. m. i
Cotton— The market was quiet, but very
*ready, at quotations. There was a fairly
active demand, with pretty free offerings. The
total sales for the day were 3,889 bales. On
’Change at the opening call, at 10 a. m., the
market was reported steady and unchanged, with
sales of 880 bales. At the second call, at 1
p. m., it was steady, with sales of 1,765
bales. At the third and closing call, at 4p. m.,
it was still steady and unchanged, with further
sales of 848 bales. The following are the official
Olosing spot quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 9*o
Good middling 9 1-16
Middling 8 15-16
Low middling 8%
Sea Island— The market was very quiet.
There was a light inquiry, and one small sale,
the first of the season, took place during the
day. but it was on private terms, and quotations
are merely nominal. We quote:
Common Georgias and Floridas 14 @ls
Medium 16 @I6U
Good medium 17 @l7*4
Medium fine 18 @
Fine 19 @l9*o
Extra fine 30 @2l
Choice .22 @
Comparative Cotton statement.
Rkceiv-iw, Exports and Stock on Hand Sept. 15, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
j 1887-88. | 1880-87.
; Istnd Uland Island. U^ nd
Stock on hand Sept. 1 575 6,818 1,141' 4.804
Received to-day ... 4,587 . .. 2,6U5|
Received previously 28 53,124 23 26,408,
| Total 598 04,539 1,173 30,877;
Exported to-day 3,157 3,140
Exported previously .... 21,591 32 12,334
I Total 21,748 Jt2 14,3741
1 Stock on hand and on ship
board this day 598| 39,781 1,140 19,003!
Rice— The market continues very firm, with
a good demand and light offerings. The sales
for the day were 170 barrels at about quotations.
Good 514® 5)4
Country lots 60® 90
Tide water 90® 1 15
Naval Stores— The market for spirits turpen
tine was quiet, but steady and unchanged. The
sales for the day were 87 casks at 29J4c. for
regulars. At the Board of Trade on the open
ing c ill the market was reported steady at
29J4c for regulars. At the closing call it was
quiet at 2914 c for regulars. Rosin—The mar
ket is still quiet, but steady and unchanged.
The. sales for the day were about 900 barrels.
At the Board of Trade ou the first call
the market was reported steady, at the
following quotations: A, B, C and D 90c, E 95c.
F 9714 c, G SI 00, H SI 05, 1 §1 10. K $1 271*. M
Si 37)4, X SI 55, window glass $2 05, water white
$2 55. “At the last call it was unchanged, with
sales of 142 barrels.
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2.543 77,408
Received to-day 421 1,582
Received previously 113,284 274,841
Total 116,-248 353,831
Exported to-day ... 214 1,344
Exported previously 101,332 285,416
Total 101,546 286.760
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 14,702 67,071
Receipts same day last year 336 1,199
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 Xi per cent
discount and selling at % per cent discount
Foreign Exchange—The market is dull but
steady ;'Commerciai demand. S>4 81(4; sixty days,
SI 78’; ninety days, $4 7614: francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 30; Swiss,
05 29-4; marks, sixty days, 93 9-16.
Smcubities—The market is very quiet, with
Mthiug doing in either stocks or bonds.
Stocks and Bonds— City Bonds —Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 bid, i 10 asked;
Atlanta 7 percent, 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 pel- cent. 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent,
111 bid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 percent,
October coupons, 101 >4 bid, 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, 1889, 101 bid, 102 asked;
Georgia new l)ys. 104)4 bid, 105)4 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupous. 106)4 bid.
I(4s asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons Janu
ary and July, maturity 1896, 120 bid, 121 asked.
Railroad Stocks— Central common. 117)4 bid.
118 asked: Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 131 bid, 182 asked; Georgia com
mon, 196 bid, 198 asked; Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 126 bid, 127 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates, 99)4 bid. 99)4 asked; At
lanta and West Point railroad stock, 109 bid,
111 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 percent,
certificates, 102)4 bid. 103 asked.
Railroad Bonds— Market quiet. Savannah,
Florida aud 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)4 asked,
Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent,
coupons January und July, maturity 1393. 110)4
bid, 1 Unasked; Georgia railroad 6s, 1697. lOu
bid, 108 asked; Mobile and Girard second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and
July, maturity 1889, 102 bid, 103)4 asked; Mont
gomery aud 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 ami Augusta first mort
gage 111 bid. 112 asked; Charlotte, Colum
bia aud Augusta second mortgage,
110 asked; Western Alabama second mort
gage indorsed 8 per cent, 109 bid, 110 asked:
South Georgia und Florida indorsed. 118 bid,
120 asked; South Georgia aud Florida seoond
mortgage, 114 bid, 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 111)4 bid.
112 asked: Gainesville, Jefferson and South
eru first mortgage guaranteed. 11l bid. HSlfl
asked: Gainesville. Jefferson and Southern not
fuarauteed, 113 asked; Oc.-an Steamship
per cent bonds, guaranteed by Cen
tral railroad, 102 k) bid, 103 asked; Gainesville.
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
ydliranteed, 113 asked: Columbus and
fine: Mortgage bonds, indorsed by Ceil
tral railroad, 104 bid, 105)4 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed,
107 asked; City aud .Suburban railway first
mortgage 7 per'eent, 108)4 bid, 109 asked.
Hank Stocks -Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia. 19S bid. 292 asked; Mer
chants National Bank. 157 asked: Savannah
Hank and Trust Company, 97 bid, 100 asked:
National Bank of Savannah, 120 bid, 121 asked;
Oglethorpe Savings aud Trust Company, 107
bid. 108 asked.
das Stocks —Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
dividend. 20 bid, 21 asked; Mutual Gas Light
Mock, 20 hid. 23 asKed.
Bacon—Market advancing; demand good;
smoked clear rib sides. 10)4c; shoulders, 7)ac;
dry salted clear riti sides. 964 c; long clear, 9?sc;
shoulders, 6J|c; bams, 14c.
lUooino and Ties—Market irregular. We
quote: Bagging ~ 2 1 a lbs. B)<4©B)4e ; 2 lbs. 734®
P>W; 134 lbs, 6)*®744c, according to brand and
quantity. Iron ties—Arrow and other brands,
hone: nominal, 94 25 per bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in retail
lots a fraction higher.
Bi-tter Market steady: oleomargarine, 14®
X Pi choice Goshen. 30c; gilt edge, 28©U5e;
Cheese —Market nominal; small demand;
stock light. We quote. 11® 15c.
Coffee—The market is firm. We quote for
small lot,*: ordinary, SUV*-; fair, 21)4: good,
22)4 ;■ • choice, 23c: pc sherry, 96c.
liried Fai’iT —Apples, evaporated, 14c; peeled,
• He. PMM'.bes, peeled, luc; unpeeled, s®7c.
Currants, 7c. Citron. g.v
Dnr Goods—The market Is firm; business fair.
We quote: prints. 4©6e : Georgia brown shirt
lug, 3-4, 414 c; 7-8 do. 5)40; 4 4 brown sheeting,
blip", white .Mnaburgs Bi4®loc; check*. 63*7/,
<c: yarns, 86c for best makes; brown drilling'.
rtM We quote, full weight*: Mackerel —No.
1. 17 Mi©to 1 JO; No, 8, h<Uf barrels, nominal.
f 00®7 ftl; No. *, |r |O®K 50 Herring-No 1.
tap; Mated. Kc; nod, s®Sc.
Fun* Marks), steady; demand nmderab
We quote F.r, I* 704c8 *&, fstjcy, (4 50®
y ; choky- I latent, |5 !o®s 33. family. H W©
, Frcit—Lemons Demand fair. We quote:
S3 25:5.3 50. Apples, Ncrthern, $2 50@3 75.
, Grain—-Corn—Market very firm; demand
I light. We quote: White corn, job lots, 69c:
carload lots, 06c: mixed corn, job lots, 66c; car
; *°ad lots, 62c. Oats steady; demand good. We
j "’’"te : Jllxed oats, 45c; caidoad lots, 4 r Brar,
51 GO. Meal, 72*4c. Georgia grist, per sack,
id 50: grist, per bushel, 75c.
Hay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 10; carload lots, $1 Oil; Eastern, $1 10; North
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
| ceipts light; dry Hint, U@ll)4c; salted, 9@9*oc;
j dry butcher, Bc. Wool -Receipts light; prime,
jin bales. 26c; burry, 10@15c. Wax, 18c. Tal-
I low, 3@4c. Deer skins. Hint, 20c; salted, 16c.
| Otter skins, 50c@$4 90.
Iron- Market firm; Swede, 4*4@sc: refined,
Lard—Market easy; hi tierce, 744 c; 5015 tins,
: tIME. Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in lair demand, and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel; Georgia, $1 30 per barrel;
calcined piaster, SI 50 per barrel; hair, 4c.
Rosendale cement. §1 50; Portland cement,
Liqttoaa -Full stock; steady demand. Bour
bon, $1 50@5 50; rye, Si £036 00: rectified,
$1 00@1 35. Ales unchanged and in fair demand.
Nails—Market firm; fair demand. We quote:
3d. S3 80 ; 4d and sd. 8-115; 6d. $2 90; Bd, $2 65;
lOd to OOd, 82 40 per keg.
_Nuts—Almonds —Tarragona, 18@20c; Ivicas.
17@18c; walnuts, French. 12c; Naples. 16c: pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts.
Barracoa, $5 25 per 100.
Oils—Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9@loc; lard, 58c:
headlight, !sc; kerosene, 10c; water white,
1314 c; neatsfoot, 62@80c; machinery, 25@htc;
linseed, raw, 49c; boiled, 52c; mineral seal, 16o;
fire-proof, 18c; homeligbt, 18c.
Onions—Northern, per barrel, S3 50@3 75.
Potatoes—Northern, $2 75@3 00.
Peas—Demand light; cow peas, mixed, 75@
80c; clay, 81 00@.l 15; speckled, 8* OC@l 15;
black eye. Si 50; white crowder. $1 50@1 75.
Prunes—Turkish. s*oc; French, Bc.
Raisins—Demand light; market steady. Loose
new Muscatel, 32 u 0: layers, 81 85 per box; Lon
don layers, 82 25 per box.
Salt—The deraaud is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 65c f. o. b.; job lots,
Sho-*—Drop, $1 40; buck, 81 65.
Sugar—The market ts firm; cut loaf, 7c;
standard A, fr%c; extra C, 6c; yellow C, s*4@
5%c; granulated, 6*oe; powdered, 7*4c.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia syrup. 45c; the
market is quiet for sugarhouse at 80@40c; Cuba
sti-aight goods, 28c In hogsheads; sugarhouse
Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking. 25c@Sl 25; chewing, com
mon, sound, 25@30c; fair, 30@85; medium, 38
@soc; bright, 50@70c; fine fancy. 85@90c; ex
tra fine, tKVifSIIO; bright navies, 45@i5e; dark
Lumber—The demand is fairly active, and
the railroads are endeavoring to meet the wants
of the trade in making rates, and prices remain
firm at quotations. We quote, f. o, b. :
Ordinary sizes sl3 50@17 00
Difficult sizes 16 00@2! 50
Flooring boards 16 00@20 50
Shipstuff 18 50@2! 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 00@11 00
Bno *• *• 10 oo@i; 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® 800
900 “ “ 8 00® 9 00
1,000 “ “ 9 00@10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Li mber—By sail—Vessels are in good present
supply and rates are without change Freight
limits are from 8-5 00@6 25 from tnis and the
near Georgia ports to the Chesapeake ports,
Philadelphia, New York, Sound ports and east
ward. Timber, 50c@$l 00 higher than lumber
rates. To the West Indies and windward,
nominal; to South America, sl3 00@14 00; to
Spanish and Mediterranean ports, sll 00@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- Firm but nominal. Foreign-
Cork, etc., for orders, 3s 3d, and. or, 4s 6d: Adri
atic, rosin. 8s; Genoa, rosin, 2s 10*4d. Coast
wise—Steam—To Boston. 50c on rosin. $1 00 on
spirits: to New York, rosin 50c, spirits 80c: to
Philadelphia, rosin 30c. spirits 80c: to Baltimore,
rosin 30c. spirits 00c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By Steam—The market is easy.
Liverpool direct 9-82@19 64d
Bremen direct 5-16d
Reval direct U-32U
Havre direct 5-16d
Genoa direct 11-32d
Barcelona direct 11-32d
Liverpool via New York *0 lb 21-64d
Liverpool via Baltimore v lb 19-64d
Antwerp via New York I? lb Wd
Havre via New York $ In 11-16 e
Havre via Baltimore 66c
Bremen via New York 7* !t> 11-16 c
Reval via New York 25-64d
Bremen via Baltimore $ lb %c
Amsterdam via New York 65c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 61c
Boston V bale $ 1 50
Sea island V. bale 1 75
New York *9 hale 150
Sea island <0 bale 1 75
Philadelphia f) bale m 150
Sea island S bale 175
Baltimore *9 Dale 125
Providence $ bale 1 50
New York $ barrel 60
Philadelphia barrel 60
Baltimore $ barrel 60
Grown fowls $ pair $ 65 @ 80
Chickens. *4 to 94 grown 40 @ 60
Springers 25 @ 40
Ducks pair 60 @ 80
Geese $ fair 75 @1 00
Turkeys *8 pair.. . 125 @2 00
Eggs, country, per dozen 22 @
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va. fit lb @ 7
Peanuts— Hann picked, fk !t> @ 6
Peanuts—Ga *9 bushel, nominal... 75 @ 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds p bush... 50 @ 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams $ bush.. 65 @ 70
Sweet potatoes, white yams *8 bush 40 @ 50
Poultry—M->rket steady: receipts heavy; de
inand light for grown; half to three-quarters
grown in good request.
Eoos—Market firm, with a good demand; no
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate; mar
Sugar—Georgia and Florida nominal; none in
Honey—No demand; nominal.
Sweet Potatoes— Scarce; receipts very lighti
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. Sept. 15, noon.—Stocks dull but
steady. Money easy at 5@6 per cent. Exchange
—long $4 80*4454 SO*4. short 84 4*4@4 8444.
State bonds neglected. Government bonds dull
5:00 p. m.—Exchange active and steady.
.Money quiet at 5@6 per 0-114.. closing 6 bid.
"Sub-Treasury balances—Gold. 3131,742,000; cur
rency $13,919,000. Government bonds duil hut
steady: four per cents 125: four and a half
per cents 1074 k. State bonds dull but steady.
The stock market was quiet and firm in the
forenoon, but weak and feverish later in the
day, ami prices ure materially lower. There
was moderate buyinx, which was aided by a
settlement of Reading with the miners, aud also
by a statement of Missouri Pacific, which stock
was prominent in the advance. Groundless
rumors of impending failures were later circu
lated. These excited considerable indignation
among Stock Exchange authorities, but the
authors were not discovered. The liears attacked
Pacific Mail, and it broke nearly 2 per cent. The
movement quickly spread to other active stocks
and coalers and grangers became specially
weak. Sales of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
and Rock Island were made on sixty day op
tions at 2 pei' rent, below the market. Some
thing was made of the stories of a cut in passen
ger rates on Western ami Southern roads, and
the story of a large failure in the irou business
in Pittsburg. The bulk of the selling was by
Imard room traders, and it is thought that the
short interest was largely increased to-day. The
market closed at the lowest figures reached.
Tfftal sales 806.000 shares. The following were
the closing quotations:
Ala.clMsA. 2 tea 103*4 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class 11, 3s . 110*s cific, Ist mort... 81
Georgia 7s, inert.*lol*4 N. Y Central 107*4
N Carolina 65...*125 Norf. &W. pref. 41*0
N. Carolina 4s *o7*4 Nor. Pacific .... 26
bo. Caro. (Brown) " pref. .. 52*0
consols 103 Pacific Maif SMi
Tennessee 6* 70 Reading. 58*0
Virginiaos 148 Richmond Jk Ale., 9
Vi consolidated. 45 Richmond & DauvlSO
ch'peaks St Ohio 544 Richm'd A W Ft.
Cldc. A Northw'n.ll2*o Terminal ..... KM
“ preferred . 14! IHi Rock Island 121*4
Dela., Lack *W. 128< Bt. Paul 82
Erie 894fe " preferred 118
Fran! Tennessee, Texas I'aotQc ... 24*4
new stock .... 1044 Trim. Coal A Iron. *4
Lake Shore ... ~ 03)4 union Pacific 68
l/vllle A Nash SOjg N. J (Centra! 71*4
Memphis A Char 40 Missouri Paclfl:.. 96
Mulnle A Ohio ... 12 Western Union 7640
Noah. A I'liAU s 74 ('oCtonOUTruat rer 20*0
* Asked tßid
Livsapooi, HelO is, l*:80p. rn.—Cotton lluai 1
ness go si, inkllnc ufiianils 510d, middling Or
leans ' *ftU; sales 12,000 iiales. for spnculaUuu and
export 2.OSJ bales, rboelpU 11,VH belee-Aiueri- j
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Sep
tember delivery 5 28-64d; September and October
5 ]3 64d: October and November 5 9-64d; No
vember and December 5 8-641: December and
January 5 7-64d; January and February 5 8-64 ti;
February and March 5 -64d . March and April
5 11-64d; April and May 5 12-64 U. Market quiet.
2 p. m.—The soles to-day included 8,700 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Sep
tember delivery 5 28-64d, sellers; September aud
Octobersl3-64d. sellers: October and November
5 9-64d. sellers: November and Decembers 7-61d,
value; December and Jauuary 5 7-64d, sellera;
January aud February 5 7-64d. sellers: February
aud March 5 8-64d, sellers; March and April
5 9-64d, buyers; April and Mays 11-64t1, buyers.
Gootl middling uplands 54ftd. middling up
lands uplands s*4d, low middling uplands
5 5-16d. good ordinary uplands 4 11-ltftl; goai
middling Texas 550<1, middling Texas 5U..1,
low middling Texas 5 5-16d, good ordinary Texas
sd. ordinary Texas 4 !l-16d: good middling Or
leans 540<1,’ middling Orleans s*ftd, low mid
dling Orleans 5 5-ltKl. good ordinary Orleans sd.
ordinary Orleans 4 11-16d.
4 p. m -Futures: Uplands, low middling
clause. September delivery 6 22-64d. sellers;
September and October 5 12-64d, sellers; Octo
ber aud November 5 ,-64d. buyers; November
and December ft 6-641, sellers; December and
January 5 ft-64d, buyers 9 January aud February
5 5-84d, buyers: February and March 5 6-64 ii,
buyers; March and April 3 8 63d. buyers; April
and May 5 10-64 J. buyers. Market closed easy.
New York. Sept 15, noon.—Cotton quiet;
middling uplands 9*oo, midtiling Orleans lOe,
sales 267 bales.
Futures—The market closed steady, with sales
as follows: September delivery 9 86c, October
9 27c. November 9 22c, December 9 22c, January
9 29c, February 9 37c.
5:00 p. m.—Market dosed quiet; middling up
lands 9*oc, middling Orleans 10c; sales to day
364 bales: net receipts none, gross 2,646 bales.
Futures—Market closed firm, 'with sales of
102,400 bales, os follows: September delivery
9 89@9 40c, October 9 30@9 31c, November 927
@9 28c. December 9 28@9 29c, Jauuary 9 35®
9 A>c, February U4B@9 44c, March 9 51@0 53c,
April 9 60@9 61c, May 9 07@9 tißc, June 9 75®
9 760, July 9 80@9 (tic.
Green A Co.'s report on cotton futures says:
“The desire to sell out September has continued
free and general, and under offerings the cotton
market was weak, with 3@4 points decline
made for engagements. Thus thrown over,
however, new ones were taken on later options,
aud winter and fall months in consequence re
tained a comparatively steady position, with an
advance of some 8 points, to which tiiis month
subsequently responded, aud the close was
about steady. Crop advices were without new
features, but port receipts were heavy and
Liverpool showing less tone."
Galveston, Sept 15.—Cotton steady; middling
9 116 c; net receipts 4,318 bales, gross 4,3lß;sales
2,U40 bales; stock 26,413 bales;exports, coastwise
Norfolk, Sep’. 15.—Cotton quiet: middling
95- 16c; net receipts 767 bales, gross 767; sales
561 bales', stock 2,457 bales; exports, coastwise
Baltimore, Sept. 15.—Cotton nominal; mid
dling !l>0c; net receipts none, gross 397 bales;
sales none; stock 2,978 bales; sales to spinners
200 bales; exports, coastwise 30 hales.
Boston, Sept. 15.—Cotton quiet; middling
10*4c; net receipts none, gross none; sales none:
Wilmington, Sept. 15.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 9*90; net receipts 1,723 bales, gross 1,723;
sales none; stock 8,951 bales.
Philadelphia, Sept. 15.—Cotton unchanged;
middling 10*9; net receipts none, gross none;
stock 6,595 bales.
New Orleans, Sept. 15.—Cotton steady: mid
dling 9 l-16c; net receipts 1,689 bales, gross
2.441; sales 3,250 bales; stock 30.965 bales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 4,089 bales.
Mobile, Sept. 15.—Cotton quiet; middling
9c; net receipts 512 bales, gross 530; sales 500
bales; stock 4,243 bales; exports, coastwise 200
Memphis, Sept. 15.—Cotton steady; middling
9c; receipts 1,661 bales; shipments 226; sales
1,400; stock 12.813 bales.
Augusta. Sept. 15.—Cotton firm: middling
8*0c; receipts 2,123 bales; sales 1,187 bales.
Charleston, Sept. 15.—Cotton quiet; mid
dling 9 l-10c; net receipts 2.902 hales, gross 2.902;
sales 1,000 bales; stock 23.049 bales.
Atlanta, Sept. 15.—Cotton—middling 8 13-16 e;
receipts 615 bales.
New York, Sept. 15.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 17,343 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 8,525 bales, to the continent
PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, Sept. 14,12:30 p. m.—Wheat steady,
with poor demand. Corn quiet, with poor de
New York, Sept. 15, noon.—flour quiet but
unchanged. Wheat lower. Corn duil but easier.
Pork steady: mess sl6 00. Lard dull at $6 82*0.
Freights steady. Old mess pork at sls 50.
5:00 p. m.— Flour, Southern steady; trading
light. Wheat, spot heavy, closing a shade lower
after a fair business, in good part for export;
options opened weak and soon declined *o@->oc
without new features, closing at bottom: un
graded red 77@81*0c; No. 2 red, September de
livery 78*0@78*0e; October 79 1-16@79 9-16 c.
Corn, cash about Iqc and options *4® *4c lower,
closing heavy: No. 2, September delivery 6O*oc;
October sO@sO*oc. Oats a shade lower and less
active: No. 2, September delivery ;i2)4@3240c,
October 32*0e. Hops dull and heavy. Coffee,
fair Rio, on spot nominal at 19-)0c; options 35@
45 points lower, closing firm: No. 7 Rio not
quoted: Oetolier delivery 17 45@17 60c; Novem
ber 17 65@17 85c Sugar dull but easy; fair re
fining quoted at 4’oc: refined closed steady.
Molasses nominal. Cotton seed oil quoted at
32c for crude, 40@42*f.e for refined. Hides quiet
and unchanged. Wool dull and weak. Pork
3uiet but nominal; no sales. Beef dull. Middles
ull and nominal. Lard B@B points lower but
moderately active: Western steam, on spot
$6 77*0@0 82*0, October delivery $6 72@6 78, No
vember $6 67@6 73. Freights closed steady.
Chicago. Sept. 15.—None ot the markets pos
sessed any especial feature to-day. Trading at
the opening was on a limited scale, prices little
low’er than the close yesterday. Before noon
the loas was regained aud there was a show of
activity. There was nothing special to sustain
the action of the bulls, and reports and outside
orders were agaiast them. The result was a de
cline of jie before 1 o’clock. On the whole there
was a better disposition to trade and more or
less business forced from the opening to the
close. October opened at 6940 c. sold up to 69Ah ! '.
declined to 60 . p-. reacted to 69*0c, declined again
to 69*0c and closed at the morning session at
69*0@69)fte. On Ihe afternoon session October
closed at 68*0@U9e. Corn was heavy all day,
owing to liberal selling of holders, who had been
disappointed in the failure of the cereal to ad
vance. While there was no decrease in receipts,
there was a decided falling off in shipments.
Charters to-day were but 201,000 bushels. In
addition to the influence of the corn movement
and selling orders there were many reports in
regard to the way the corn fields hail improved
in traders' minds, at least since Sept. 1. The.
day was one for the bears, and prices closed
about 40c under the opening and *oe under the
best prices of the day. Oats were rather easy.
October and May show a decline of *oc from
yesterday's close The cash market was nomi
nal. September was quotably firm at *oc higher.
The weak, dragging tendency noted in the pro
vision market for some t ime past was percepti
bly increased to-day by the arrival of 18,Off) hogs
arid there was a sharp decline in prices, bpecu
lative orders from outside to buy or sell were
small. Scalpers and packers offered the prod
uct with unusual freedom, and there being no
support, a sharp decline in values resulted, the
last sales being on a weak market at about in
side figures, and showed a decline from yester
day’s close of 22*4® 25c on pork, 10c on lard,
12*6@17*<C on short ribs. Oetolier lard opened
at §0 45 and closed at $6 37*4; January at f0 42*4
@6 50 and closed at $6 42 0. October short rihs
op -ned at $8 99 and closed at 88 82*4. January
sold at $6 30@f) 32*4 a,l( * closed at §6 30. Janu
ary pork sold at sl2 45, declined to sl2 25®
12 27*4 and closed at sl2 30.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
steady and unchanged. Wheat, No. 2 spring
68*0@6840e; No. 3 spring wheat 66*0c: No. 2
red 70*4<! asked. Com, No. 2 42c. Oats, No. 2,
25*0c. Mess pork, per barrel, sls 2ft@ls 50.
Lard, per 100 lbs, $6 .'ir*4@6 40. Short rib sides,
loose, Ji s2*o. Dry salted shoulders, boxed,
$5 23@5 35; short clear sides, boxed, $9 25®
9 30. Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Sept, delivery... 68*4 6834 6774
Oct. delivery... 6954 69*4 60*4
Nov. delivery . 70*0 71 70*4
Corn, No. 2-
Sept. delivery... 42*0 42*4 4i*4
Oct. delivery ... 42*0 42*4 42
Nov. delivery. 42*4 42*4 42
Oat* No. 2
Sept, delivery... 25*0 25*4 25*4
Oct. delivery. .. 26*4
Nov. delivery . . 30 26 25*4
Mess Pork -
Year, imr barrel.sl2 12*4 $ .... $
Jan. delivery .. 12 45 12 4ft 12 SO
Sept, delivery... $6 45 $6 45 $6 37U
Oct. delivery 6 45 6 45 6 87*J
Nov delivery.... 6 40 6 40 6 35
Short Rib*— _
Sept, delivery.. 9u $8 90 $8 32*0
Oct. delivery .. BSO 890 8 82*0
Jail, delivery 6 42*0 6 42*0 6 30
Baltimore, Bpt. 15,—Flour firm ten
quiet; Howard street and Western
supertlli" $2 26 4*0 75. extra $3 UU@B 60, family
$4 7-5® B6. city nulls superfine $2-t , ax *4. ex
tra $8 0 'WM; Klc brands $4 16® 4 V). Wheat
—Southern steady and quiet; red 7ft®sic. umber
Rl@6je. Western easier, closing quiet; So. 9
winter red, oi. apot 76*0c bid Corn—Southern
lugiier; white 50® be, yellow 5J'/*6flc
St Lotus Sept, i -Flout dull and slower
tail unchanged Wbnal active but V'4o4d
Isser Mu ’/ red rash 60Lte! <k uAmjr dsJivwre
69@69400; November 70*4ffi70*.jc. Com easy;
cash S9* s @4o*4e, October delivery 38*0@a6T*c,
November 38c. Oats steady; cash 24Vf<7V5c,
October delivery 24*00. Whisky steady at $1 06.
Provisions easy: Pork, irregular new sls 50.
Lard at $6 30 bid. Dry suit meats- -boxed
shoulders $5 75. long clear $9 (X), clear rib
sides $9 12*4, short clear sides $9 Aft. Bacon
boxed shoulders $6 25, long clear $9 75, clear rib
sides $9 7ft@9 87*4. short clear $lO 10@10 12*0.
Hams steady at sl2 00@14 00.
Cincinnati, Sept. 15.—Flour easy. Wheat
strong and higher; No. 2 red 73c. Com quiet;
No. 2 mixed 45*4@45c. Oats stronger; No. 2
mixed 2754@28*4C. Provisions steady and un
changed—Pork at sis 50. Lard at $6 45. Bulk
meats- short, ribs $9 00@9 12*4. Bacon—short
rib $lO 25, clear $lO 50. Whisky steady at $1 05.
Louisville. Sept. 15.—Grain unchanged. Pro
visions tiuchanged: Bacon —clear rib sides
$9 87*0, clear sides $lO 67*4, shoulders $7 12*4,
loose. Bulk meats—fully cured clear rib sides
$9 12*0. clear sides $9 37*4, shoulders $6 75,
Hams, sugar-cured at sl2 50® 13 75. lird, choice
leaf $8 25.
New Orleans. Sept. 15.—Coffee unchanged;
Rio cargoes, common to prime 1i%(.'f2140c.
Cotton seed products unchanged. Sugars un
changed; Louisiana open kettle, fully fair to
gootl fair 540 c; centrifugals, off white ft 4 p,
choice yellow clarified iWrc. Molasses unchanged:
Louisiana centrifugals, strictly prime to fancy
28@83c, good fair to good prime 29@2fto.
New York, Sept. 15, noon.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 32*4@82*0c. Rosin steady at $1 05@
5:00 p. m.—Rosin quiet at $1 05@1 10. Tur
pentine steady at 32*40.
Charleston, Sept. 15.—Spirits turpentine
firm at 29 1 .je. Rosin steady; gtaal strained B.V.
Wilmington, Sept. 15.—Spirits turpentine
firm at 29*40. Rosin firm; strained 7l)c,
good Rtrained 75c. Tar firm at $1 39. Crude
turpentine firm; hard $1 (X); yellow dip $1 65;
virgiu $1 65.
New York, Sept. 15.—Rice steady.
New Orleans. Sept. 15.—Rico unchanged.
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos.
(Through John S. Ernest.)
New York, Sept. 15.—The Liverpool report
of spots freely offered and a decline of two
points on futures, with an easing market, gave
promise that quotations here would lie material
ly lower during the day. The boar side has, how
ever, many oflts late leadei s who openly pro
fess disbelief in the permanence of existing
prices. Asa result, quiet buying lias bs 011 go
ing on, and the market lias shown a firmness
which was not anticipated. The latter months,
especially, mark the increased demand and the
changing sentiment. Sales at present prices
appear unwise, if current reports are trust
worthy. and they appear substantially to bear
out the conclusions of the bureau. Views of
New Orleans people now here are quite ex
treme, a crop of 6,250,000 bales beiug hinted at. A
feeling of strength must be soon Imparted to
Liverpool in consequence, and with an advance
there a more general covering of the short in
terest here 111.' y reasonably lie looked for. Our
advices from the Southern markets indicate that
they are in many instances over sold, and it is
difficult to fill orders in them. Many notices
for September delivery have been circulated
during the day, resultiug in free sales of that
month, anil preventing it from sharing the ad
vance of the latter positions. The Greek ex
porters have been large buyers of September,
selling November and December contracts
against them. To-night the feeling is firmer,
ami higher prices than the official quotations
were paid after the close. Indications point to
an inßirovement, and operators who can only
see the short side should be wary in their
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Bcn Rises 5:45
Bun Sets. 6:05
High Water at Savannah 6:50 a m. 7:17 p u
Friday, Sept 16. 1887.
Steamer David Clark. Bravo. Femandina and
way landings—o Williams, Agent.
Steamer Seminole, Strobhar. Beaufort, Port
Royal and Bluffton—H A Strobhar, Manager.
Steamship City of Macon. Lewis, Boston—C
G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship win Lawrence. Snow. Baltimore—
J B West & Cos.
Schr Wapeila, Bagger, New York and Pertli
Amboy—McDonough & Cos.
Steamer Ethel, ('arroll, Cohen's Blqff aud way
landings—W T Gibson, Manager
Steamer St Nicholas, Usiiia, Fernandina and
intermediate landings—C Williams, Agt.
Steamship City of Macon, Boston.
Steamship Wm Lawrence, Baltimore.
Fernandina. Sept 15—Arrived, schr Nettie
Langdon, St Augustine.
Cleared and sailed, schr WII Stewart, Sparks,
York, Stmt 13—Arrived, steam schr Louis
Bucki. Mount, Jacksonville.
Cevita Vecchia, Sept 10—Sailed, birk Olof
Glas, for Savannah. . „ .
Dungeness, Sept 12—Passed, bark Piedmonte
(Ital). Gamba, Hamburg, for Pensacola.
Genoa. Sept 10—Arrived, bark Otac Nico
(Aus), Calopotovich, Pensacola.
Hamburg, Sept 12—Arrived, bark Finland
(Rus), Meinn, Pensacola.
Palma Majorca. July 26—Arrived, Fratelli
Laurin (Itai), Laurin, Savannah.
Tarifa. Sept 7—Passed, bark Sei Amici (Ital),
Garibaldi, Pensacola for Genoa.
Low Point, C B, Sept 10—Passed, steamship
City of Truro (Br), Fulcher, Bull River, S C, for
Syilney and United Kingdom.
Rio Janeiro, Aug 19—Sailed, bark Teixira
(Port), Cauoca, Brunswick; 20th, in port, hark
Martin Luther (Nor). Arnesen, from Pensacola.
Baltimore, Sept 18—Cleared, steamship Wick
Bay (Br), Worden. Savannah; brig Rachel
Coney, Basham, Georgetown, S C.
Brunswick, Sept 13—Sailed, hark Aeaso (Ital),
Godinho, River Platte; brig Iraura (Port), Car
neira. Cape de Verde Islands.
Bull River, SC, Sept 13-Arrived. steamers
Crimdon(Br). Wilkie, Charleston; Preston (Br),
Coosaw, SC, Sept 13—Sailed, steamship Stran
ton (Br), Hyde, United Kingdom.
Kev West, Sept 13—Put in brig James Miller,
Sproul, Manzanllla, for New York, leaking. (See
Norfolk. Sept 13-Arrived, steamers Waterloo
(Br), Hewes, Bull River, S C, for Bristol, E, (coal
ed and sailed); Cleddy (Br), Seward, Coosaw,
for Dublin (coaled and sailed).
Pensacola, Sept 10—In quarantine, barks M &
B Cox (Br), Robinson, Montevideo; Moses (Ital),
Molfino, Buenos Ayres; Cavalier (Nor), Cbristo
Cleared 18th, bark Crown (Nor). Danielsen,
Ant wt-rp; schr Ada A Kennedy. Philadelphia.
Port Royal, SC, Sept 13—Arrived, stmr Hat
field (Br), Bevau, New Y ork.
Cleared, steamers Hudson (Br), Wandless,
Stettin (and sailed); Antilles (Br). Carey, United
Kingdom (to sail to-morrow).
Philadelphia. Sept 13—Arrived, bark Anita
Berwind, Mcßride, Savannah.
Satilla Mills. Sept 5 Arrived, bark Lucia (Br),
Wood, Aspinwall via Sapelo quarantine station
Wiscassett, Sept 10—Arrived, schr It F Lam
din. Doggens, Boston, to load for Pensacola.
New York, Sept 14- Arrived out. steamships
Aller, New York for Bremen; Britannic, New
York for Liverpool.
Sept 11, lot 33 54, lon 71 34, bark Anna Maria
(Sw), Malcolmsen, from Savannah Aug 25 for
Bark Plautagenot (Nor), Sorensen, from Pen
sacola for Buenos Ayrtift, Sept 8, lat 37 31, Iqn
Sept 11. Cape Hatteras hearing N by E J4E, 75
miles, brig Robert Dillon, Leighton, from Savan
nah for Perth Amboy.
Key West, Sept 18—The brig James Miller,
Sproul, from ManzaniUa (Cuba) for New York
has put in here leaking badly.
NOTICE To MARINERS.
Washington, Sept 15—Tile Lighthouse Board
gives notice taat on or about Sept 20, 1887, two
lights will be shown from tlie structure recently
erected at Gull Rocks light station, Narragaii
sett Bay. R I.
The lights will I* shown from Western River
lantern, 44 feet above mean low water, placed
above the gable ends of a wedge sliaped wooden
building, and will range about KNE 44 E and W
8W 40 W. The range will lie at a right aiigle
with the range to Newport harlior light. The
easterly light will be fixed red, the westerly light
fixed white, and both will Illuminate the entire
horizon They should be seen. In clear weather,
from the deck of a vessel 16 feet above the sea
12 nautical miles.
The approximate position of the lighthouse,
as taken from the charts of the ('oast and Cleo
iletle Survey, Is as follows: Lat 41 89 07 N, lon
71 20 W
Magnetic bearing* and distances of prominent
subject* are as follows- Newimrt Harbor Light
hous" HbyK *4 E 44 nautical (ll le, Rose Island
Ughfhouae SW hy W. |0 nautical mile
During thick and foggy weather a bell will be
■truck by inoublnerr. a si agin blow every 5
Pw Übsrlmum and aavaaaau Bad wav oepi
15—84 ha lew cotton, 14 cars wood, 1 car furni
ture. 10 boxes tobacco, 50 caddies tobacco, and
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—9Bo bales cotton, 988 bbls rosin, 41
bbls spirits turpentine, 7 boxes eggs, 1 scale, 3
bales hides, 3 coops chickens, 1 sack grits, 1 keg
powder, 1 crate tacon. 1 soda crate, 1 mulo, 4
boxes grapes, 1 coop hogs.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway.
Sept 15—1,205 bales cotton. 27 ears lumber. 1.487
bbls rosin. 411 bbls spirit* turpeunne, 6 cars
wood, 125 bbls flour. 150 bbls grits, 284 sacks
grits, 141 boxes crackers. 24 bales hides, 1 car h
h goods, 10 lwiles wool, 25 bbls whisky, 1 car fur
niture, 25 bales wrap pa|*M\ and mdse
Per steamer 8t Nicholas, from Fernandina and
way landings—o 7 bales cotton, 154 bbls rosin, 81
bbls spirits turpentine, 1 sack mdse, 1 pkg roue.
1 pkg measures, i box ixiper. 1 pkg sives. l obi
hams. 1 bdl burlaps, 1 box tolmcco, 4 oases boots
and shoes. 8 bdls bides. 1 box tools, t bdl tools,
1 tub turtle. 1 string birds, 1 crate grapes, 1 bar
iron, 2 chairs, 2 bdls betiding, ! clothes basnet, 1
trunk, 1 box pined, 1 pall, 1 box mdse.
Per Central Railroad, Sent 16—2.935 bales cot
ton, 81 bales yarn, 5S bales domestics, 2fi bales
hides, 1 pkg piper, 0 buls spirits tun*entine, 164
pkgs tobacco. 49.800 lbs lard. 25,000 lbs bacon. 152
bbls rosin, 856 lbs fruit. 119 bales hay, 200 sacks
hrau. 79 pkgs furniture, 275 bbls (four, 18 head
horses And mules, 100 pkgs wood in shape, 2
pkgs wax. 27 cars lumber, 25 bales paper stock,
28 pkgs carriage material, t>l pkgs muse, l iron
safe, 7 pkgs empties, 64 pkgs furniture, 5 boxes
soap, 4 cars coal, 3 bbls whisky, 2 kf bbls whisky.
Per steamship City of Macon, for Boston—
■3.!Wti halos upland cotton, tXi tons nig iron, 23
bales wool, 492 bbls rosin, IG4 bills hides, 154
crates fruit, 300 bbls spirits turpentine, TO pkgs
Per steamship Wm Lawrence. for Baltimore—
-1,009 bales cotton, 10 hhls spirits turjientino, 322
lilils rice, 1,000 bbls rosin. 90,000 feet lumber, 125
bdls hides, 50 bales domestics ard yarns, 325
pkgs mdse, 27 rolls leather
Per sclir Wapella, for New York and Perth
Amboy—2lo,3o2 feet p p lumber.
Per steamship Citv of Macon, for Boston—
A C VonHiper, N M Solomon.
Pei- steamship Wm lawrenee. for Baltimore—
-slrt> 51 A Reardon, J M Reardon, s!rs P Young,
V .1 West, Rev Robt Kennedy, J KKennedy, N G
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina and
way landings - F W Simmons, K ldie Jordan, U
J Blake, Miss M Dewson. Miss M Porehen, Hose
Morehead, Peter Fastauuek, Jennie Smith, June
Jackson, Rebecca Moiigm. Frank Uordone, Mrs
Steftilware, Mrs E Sutton, Mrs D J Powers and
daughter, 51 rs l)r Shoftall, Sam Malone, Elvina
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—C J Oolcock Jr, W E Stuart, f. M
Stricklaud, E W Sorrell, Wm Newton, J A Ex
ley, 0 L Onanti. W E Pat nos, 1) J Peeples. V A
Chisolm, W Paiie, W H Hunter, 51iss Hunter, W
R Williams, C W Ellis, W P Ellis. N W Lee, Mrs
Freeman, Mrs Beard, Mrs Strope, A G Mason,W
D Garvin, Master Garvin.
Per Charleston and Savannah Ratlwav, Sept
15—Transfer Office, Jno Flannery & Cos, N £
Southern Tel Cos, Lee Roy Myers £ Cos. "Brown
Bros, Rieser £ S, A S Bacon £ Cos, J F Jones, J
Alexander, Meinliard Bros £ Cos, J H Willing*
worth, M Y Henderson. W W Gordon £ Cos, J 51
Wood, Savannah Steam Bakery, Moutague & Cos,
Woods & Cos, Garnett, 8 £ 00, G Walter & Cos,
Hilton T £ L Cos.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
wav landings—Garnett. 8 £ Cos, Montague £ Cos,
G Walter & Cos. W W Gordon £ Cos, F 51 Farley,
I) Y Dancy, Woods A Cos, J S Wood £ Bro, R (J
N Norton, 51 Y £ D I Meintire. J 0 Thompson,
Butler £S, Warren A A. Pearson £ S, Order,
J P Williams £ Cos, Herron £(L W W Chisholm.
M Y Henderson, Decker £ F. A Ehrlich & Bro, R
H Tatem, Ellis, Y £ Cos, Baldwin & Cos. Ray £ Q.
W I Miller, J G Sullivan & Cos, A Letller, Ken
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina and
way landings—Jno Flannery £ Cos, Butler £B,
J P Williams £ Cos, Peacock, H £ Cos. Baltimore
ship. Ellis, £ Cos. Baldwin £ Cos, Frank £A,
51 Y Henderson, H M Comer £ Cos, .Capt John
Westerman, J H Johnson, W W Gordon £ Cos,
Patterson £ Son. M Y £ D I 51 'lntire, Byck & S,
J S Wood £ Bro, A Ehrlich £ Bro, Palmer Bros,
A Einstein's Sons, G W Tiederaan, 51 Ferst £ Cos,
51 Boley £ Son, H Myers £ Bros, Mrs Dr Slief
tall, Lee Roy Myers £ Cos, E A Hollingsworth.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Hallway.
Sept 15—Transfer Office Jno Flannerv £ Cos, D
S Einstein, F M Hull, 51 Y Henderson, 8 Krotut
koff. Lippmau Bros. E A Schwarz, A A A veilin',
J S Silva £ Son, H Myers £ Bros. Ludden £ B,
lee Roy Myers £ Cos. Savannah Steam Bakery,
Palmer Bros. Smith Bros £ Cos, Frierson £ Cos, 51
O Connell, McDonough £ Cos. Dale, D £ Cos, P H
Wani £ Cos, 51 Ferst £ Cos, Meiuhard Bros £ Cos,
J S Collins £ Cos, K B Casseis, Bacon, J £ Cos. 51
L Griffin, B H Levy £ Bro, J Rosenheim £ Cos,
A Ehrlich £ Bro, A Falk £ Son. Epstein £W, I
51 Frank. J W Tynan, 8 Guckenheiiner £ Son, G
D Riley, Einstein £ L,C H Domett, S W Branch,
Lindsay £M, Harms £J, Asl£ C W West, ,J
W Hunter, 51 Maclean, McMillan Bros, Baldwin
£ Oo.W \V t.ordon £ Cos. F M Farley, C L Jones,
Mom acne At Cos, H< rron £ (), II 51 Comer £ Cos,
M Y £ D I Meintire, J S Wood £ Bro. Peacock,
H £ Cos, Ellis, Y £ Cos, J P Williams £ Cos.
Per Central Railroad. Sept 15—horde Agt.
W W Gordon & Cos, Baldwin £ Cos, F M Farley,
Jno Flannery £ Cos. J P Williams £ Cos, K D Bo
farr, Herron £G, Mont ague £ Cos, Pearson £S,
I Y £ D 1 Meintire, Garnett, 8 £ Cos, Warren £
A. J S Wood £ Bro, M Maelean. J D Weed £ Cos,
H 51 Comer £ Cos, Woods £ Cos. G W Tledeman,
C M Gilbert £ Cos. Byck £ S, Herman £ K, C 15
Younglow. 1 G Haas. Bond. H £ E,U S McAlpin,
Grady. DeL £ Cos, A Einstein's Sona.C H Carson,
FT A Schwarz, Lindsay £ M, S Cohen, Ileush E L
Cos. O’Connor £ R. H Myers £ Bros, C Kennedy.
Lilienthal £ Son, L Putzel, A J Miller £ Cos, P V
Lamotte. 51 Boley £ Son, Kekmnn £ V. S B Fill
ding, M Ferst £ Cos, Bendlielm Bros £ Cos, N E
Solomon, Lee Kov slyers £ Cos, Frierson £ < 'o, L
J Gazan, H Solomon £ Son, Stillwell, P £ M, W
Seheihing, C F Graham. G-orgo Schroder, J W
Whitemore, McDonough £ Cos. Peacock, H £ Cos,
Commercial Guano Go, T L Kinsey, D D Arden,
W 51 Stevens.
7nOW--THE TIME TO SPECULATE.
ACTIVE fluctuation* in the Market offer op
portunities to speculators to make money
in Grain, Stocks, Bon'!-, and Petroleum. Prompt
personal attention gi "m to orders received liv
wire or mail. Correspondence solicited. Pull
information about the markets in our book,
which will be forwarded free on application.
H. D. KYLE, Banker and Broker,
38 Broad and 34 New Sts. New York City.
A. L. IIA 1 f TrIdGKET
BUYS AND SELLS Oil commission all classes
■of Stock* and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on mat aetable securities
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker evory fifteen minutes.
Wit. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago and Liverpool Exchanges.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - $50,000
rpRANSACT a regular banking business. Give
A particular attention to Florida collection*.
Correspondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New York, New Or leans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Ha, Resident Agents for Coutts & Cos.
and Melville, Evans & Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING, ETC.
TII E LARGEST;
THE MOST RELIABLE,
We claim the above, and we think upon inquiry, or a per
sonal investigation, you will concede to us the right to make
this claim. We handle FURNITURE and CARPETS in
every style and price. Our line of Upholstery Trimmings,
Fringes, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Heavy Draperies,
and in fact anything you may need to make your home com
fortable or a palace, you can get from us. You do yourselves
a great injustice if you do not call and see us, or write and
obtain our prices, before you do any purchasing. We taka
great pleasure in showing goods, and will consider the same
a great favor if you will call on us and inspect our full line
at our stores, *
169 and 171 Broughton St., Savannah, Ga.
LINDSAY 1 MORGAN.
TRUNK'- AND SHOES.
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 <®,rry 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.
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.,
135 BROUGHTON STREET.
WATER COOLERS RANGES AND STOVES.
CROWNED "WITH THE GREATEST SK CESS OF THT AGTT
THEE OLD RELIABLE
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WITH THEIH WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT,
THE WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR,
ITNIVKRRALLY CONCEDED to he the greatest improvement ever attached to a Cooking
J Stove or Range. By the admlwlon of fresh air into the oven in the form of small jets, li
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weight suOdeient to pay for an ordinary Cooking Stove several tiineH over. One of the features of
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OVEN and not over the coals, thus avoiding the loss of juice, being burnt or tainted by smoke.
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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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confidence in the CIIATER OAKS, having had one 111 operation in our store, that we are prepared
to substantiate everything claimed for them. The public lire oordiallv Invited to call and have
the theory of the WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR fully explained, or send for descriptive circular to
CLARKE & DANIELS,
PORTABLE RANGES, COOKING STOVES AND HOUSE FURNISHING
Corner Whitaker and York Streets, Savannah, Georgia.
M ELASTIC SUSPENSES WITHOUT RUBBER
H fell H Combining Comfort and Durability.
ffija InH I|no rubber used in these goods, nickel plated
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Machinists, Boiler Makers and Blacksmiths,
STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES,
VEKTICAI, ami TOP RUNNING i'(iKN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS and PANS.
AGENTS for Alert and Union Injectors, the
simplest iiml most effective on the market;
Oulleti Light Draft Magnolia Cotton Uia, the
best in the market.
All oniars promptly attended to. Send for
i ONTRAt l OK’s.
P. J. FALLON,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR
f DRAYTON STREET. SAVANNAH.
•fNBTIMATEK promptly f mulshed for building
Is u t any ciMA
WINEB AND LIQUORS.
FO Li SALI
B Select Whisky $4 00
Baker Wlilaky 4 00
Imperial Whisky 3 00
Pineapple Whisky *OO
North Carolina Corn Whiaky i ft)
Old Itye Whisky 1 50
Rum—New England and Jamaica. . $1 50 to 3 00
Rye and Holland Gin 1 30 to 3 00
Brandy—Domestic and Cognac .. 150toti 00
Catawba Wine $1 00 to*! 50
Blackberry Wine lOOto 150
Madeira, Ports and Sherry* 1 50 to 800
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
A. H. CHAMPION,
154 CONGRESS hTRKET.
l. a. McCarthy,
Suooeeaor to Chaa. E. Wakefield,
PLUMBER, HAS and STEAM FITTER,
4s Barnard street, SAVANNAH. <JA