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aAV AA N AII M ABMCBT.
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, i
SAVAXNAK. CiA., Oct. 1,4 P. M t
<\>TT' n -Tile market was quiet ami weak,
prices declining- There was ouly aa indifferent
inquiry, with pretty free offerings. The total
sales for the day were 1,838 ha!3l. On 'Change
at the opening call, at 10 a. m., the market
was reported steady and unchanged, with
sales of 603 hales. At l p. m, on the second
call, it was easy at a decline of l-16c in all
graies, the sales being 743 bales. At the
third and last call, at 4p. m., it was quiet and
easy at a decline of l-18c for middling and low
middling, with further sales of 549
bales. The following are the official closing
•pot quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair ...8 15-16
Mi tiling 8 0-16&8K
Row middling ,16
Sea Inland—The market was very quiet and
unchanged. There were no sales reported. We
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Oct. 1, 1887, and*
for the Same Time Last Year.
: Maud. Wind Upland
Stock on hand Sept. 1 7 575 6.818(1 1,149 4,804
Tbwived to-day i t24| 10,898 1 2 :5 6.672
: Received previously 241, 163,6451 IG4 102.886
Total II 1144* 184,358 j 1,558 113,862:
Exported to-day j .... 28,916 I 39 2,737
Exported previously 99 1 85,086 j 201 56,487
- Total 99 114,008 j 288 19,'.21
Stock on hand and on ship- j
‘ board this day |*Ll,©4s| 70,354;; 1,325i 54,638.
Rtce—The market continues quiet, but
steady at quot H,tio:i>. Tne sales for the clay
were*l33 barrels. The following are the offi
cial quotations of the Board of Trade. Smaller
job lots are held at J4&F4C higher:
Good. 144 a., 4‘/^
Tide water $1 10@1 25
Naval Stores—The market for spirits turpen
tine continues very Arm. There is a good in
quiry. with a light offering stock. The sales
reported at the Board of Trade were only 75
casks at 30V£c for regulars. On the opening
call the market was reported firm at 3i>Hc
for regulars. At the closing call it was firm
at 33W>c for regulars. Rosin—The market was
quiet and steadv. There was only a light in
quiry. The sales for the day were about 980
barrels. At the Board of Trade on the first
call the market was reported dull for I. K
and M. and steady for all other grades,
at the following quotations: A. B, C and D 90c,
K9sc, F97lgc, G and HSi 00, I $1 05, K Si 35. M
51 35, N Si 55, window glass $2 05. water white
52 55. At the last call it was unchanged.
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2.543 77.408
Received to-day 019 2,394
Received previously... * 120,570 300,546
Total 121,762 380.3*8
Exported to-day 1.440 5.048
Exported previously .111,910 307,873
Total 113,3)0 312,921
Stock on hand and on shipboard
today 10,412 67,42“
Receipts same day 1 ant year . 512 1,614
Financial—Money is in demand, but some
Domestic Exchange— Easy. Banks and bank
ers are buying sight drafts at \4 per cent dis
count and selling at % per cent discount to par.
Foreign Exchange —The market is very weak.
Commercial demand, $4 8:)V>; sixty days, £4 771-4;
ninety days, $t francs, Paris and Havre,
commercial, sixty and lys, $5 30>fe; Swiss, $5 31;
marks, sixty days, 93^.
Securities—The market is restricted by tight
money, but some investment demand exists for
long date bonds, guaranteed stocks and de
Stocks and Bonds- City Ronds-Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 bid, 110 asked;
Atlanta r percent, 118 b.d, 121 asked: Augusta
7 per cent long date. 115 bid, 118 asked; Au
gusta 6s long date, 103 bid, 110 asked; Columbus
5 per cent. 100 bid. 105 asked: Macon 6 per cent,
111 bid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 percent,
October coupons, bid. 102 asked; new
Savannah 5 per cent, November coupons, 101
State Bonds— Market steady, with light sup
ply; Georgia new 6s, 1839, 101 bid, 102 asked;
Georgia new 4Us, 104 U bid, 105*4 asked; Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupons, 105*4
bid, 106*4 asked; Georgia 7 per cant, coupons
January and July, maturity 189 L, 120 bid- 121
Railroad Stocks— Central common, 117*4 bid,
118*4 asked; Augusta ami Savannah 7 percent
guaranteed, 131 old, i32 asked: Georgia com
mon, 196 bid, 198 asked; Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 126)4 likl. 127 asked; Central
6 per cent certificates. 9!) bid. asked: At
lanta and West Point railroad stock, Iff.) bid,
111 asked; Atlanta and West Point 0 percent
certificates, 108 bid, 1 (VI asked.
Railroad Bonds —Market quiet. Savannah.
Florida and Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6per cent interest, coupons October.
115 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons Janu
ary and July, maturity 1897, 115 bid,
asked; Central consolidated mortgage 7 per
cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1893,
110J4 bid, 111V6 asked; Georgia railroad 6s, 1897,
106 bid, 108 asked; Mobile and Girard second
mortgage indorsed 8 i**r cent, coupons January
and July, maturity 1889. 102 bid, 103V4 asked;
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 ixr
cent, indorsed by Central railroad. 106L$ bid,
I*B asked; Marietta and North Georgia first
mortgage, 50 years. 0 per cent, 100 bid, 101 %
asked; Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta first
mortage. 111 bid, 112 asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia and Augusta second mortgage.
110 asked; Western Alabama second mortgage
indorsed 8 per cent, 109 bid, 110 asked; South
Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid. 130
asked; South Georgia and Florida second
Wortgage, 114 bid, 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, bid,
112 asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and South
ern first mortgage guaranteed. 115 bid, 116J4
asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, ill asked; Ocean Steamship
6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Cen
tral railroad, 10234 bid, 103*4 asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus and
Rome first mortgage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad, 102 bid, 104 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 jier rent guaranteed,
197 asked; City and Suburban railway first
mortgage 7 per cent, 108)4 bid, 109 asked.
Ron A*' Stocks— Nominal*! Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 198 bid, 202 asked: Mer
chants' National dank, 157 asked; Savannah
Rank ami Trust Company, 97 bid, lOJaske.l;
National Bank of Sav itman. 123 bid, 121 asked:
Gglethorpe Savings and Trust Company, 107
hi l l,loß asked.
Goa Stocks- Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
•Hvidend, 20 bid, 21 asked; Mutual Gas Light
R tock. 20 bid, 23 asked.
Bacon- Market steady; demand good;
Mm iked clear rib sides, 10c; shoulders, 7)je;
dry salted clear rib sides, 914 c; long clear, I
shoulders, oy^c; bams, !4c.
Laooing and Ties Market irregular. We
quote: Bagging—2*4 lbs, B^j2 lbs, 7 %((h
• %c\ 134 lbs 07*®7)4c. according to brand and
quantity, iron ties—Arrow and other brand-*,
none*; nominal, ?4 25 ier bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in retail
•ots a fraction higher.
Bi tter Market steady; oleomargarine. 14(g
IGc; choice Goshen, 20c*; gilt edge, 23&25c;
nvainery, 256/. 28c.
Chvese---Market nominal; small demand:
stock light. 5Ve quote, 11(&15c.
Coffee -The marker is dull. We quote for
•maillots: Ordinary, lair, 20*<jo;good,
‘-’le; choice. 22c; poaberry, 24c.
Pried yumr- Apples, evaporated, 13c; peeled.
• He. Peaches, peeleii. 19c; uupteled,
Currants, 7c. Citron, 25c.
Pry Goods—The market is firm;
Mb* <mote: Prints, 4<ft6c; Georgia brown shirt
htg, 84, -JUJc; 7-8 do,
6Vfic; white osnaburgs.
c; yarns, 35c for best makes; brown drillings, 1
Fish—We quote full weights: Mackerel—No. ,
*6 0>%7 00: No. 2, $7 50. Herring—No. 1.
20c; scaled, 25c; cod, 50.8 c.
Floitr—Market steady; demand moderate.
We quote: Extra, Sl7()<&3 85; fancy. §4 50(&
4 to; choice patent, $5 10®5 35; family, 84 10(ft
Fair-Lemons-Demand fair. We quote:
$2 7. Apples, Northoru, $2 25(&3 76.
Grain --Corn—Mar..vt very firm: demand
le'it. Wo quote: Wmto corn, lob lots, C9c;
carload lots. 6fto; mixed •* rn, job lots. 65c; car
load lots. 620. Oats sroady; demand khkl. Wo
quote: 3lixed oats. 45c; carload lots, 400. Bran,
MOO. M al, 72W.*. Georgia grist, per sack,
$1 50; grist, per bushel, 75c.
Hay—Market very Arm. with a fair demand;
st xrk ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 10: oarload lots, $1 1; Eastern, $1 10; North
Hides, Wool, Et.— Hides—Market dull: re
ceipts lipht; dry flint, ll*sc; salted, 9*sc;
dry butcher, Bc. Wool—Receipts * prim *,
in bales. 25c; burry. Io<aisc. Wax. 18c Tal
low, 4c. Deer skins, dint, &)e: silted, lfte.
Otter skins, OO.
Iron -Market tirin; Swede, 4*i refined,
Lard—Market steady; in tierces, 50 lb
L*me. Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel; Georgia. $1 30 per barrel;
calcined plaster, $l5O i>er barrel; hair, 4c.
Rosendale cement, $t 50; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stock; steady deniaml. Bour
bon. 5O; rye, 0*); rectified,
$1 00(gil 35. Ales unchanged aud in fair de
Nails Market firm; fair demand. We quote:
3d, $3 80; 4d and sd, $3 15; ftd, in); 81, 65;
lOd to ttOd, $i 40 per keg.
Nuts—Alniomls -Tarragona, 18®30c; Ivicas.
17@18c; walnuts, French. 12c; Naples, lfic; pe
cans. 10c; Brazil. 10c; lllberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Barracoa. $5 25 i>er 100.
Oils—Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9(gploc: lard. 57c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 10c; water white,
13*$e; neatsfoot, machinery, 25(r^30c;
linseed, raw, 45c; bided, 48c; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18c; homellght, 18c.
< )nions—Northern, per barrel, $3 50@3 75.
Potatoes—Northern, $3 25.
Peas—Demand light; cow peas, mixed, 75
clay, $l Ou@,l 15; speckled, $1 15;
black eye, $i 50; white crowder, $1 50@1 75.
Prunes—Turkish. 59$c: French. Bc.
Raisins—Demand light ; market steady. Ijoose
[uscatel, $2 00; layers, $1 85 per box; Lon
don layers, s„* 25 pt*r box.
Salt—The demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 65c fob; job lots,
;>HO r -Drop, $1 40; buck, $1 65.
Sugar—The market is easy; out loaf, 7c;
standard A. 6*)sc; extra C, yellow C,
s*sc; granulated. 65<c, powdered. 7c.
Syrup-Florida and Georgia syrup. 45c: the
market is quiet for sugarhouse at 30@,40c; Cuba
straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugarhouse
Tobacco—Market dull: demand moderate.
We oiuote: Smoking, 25c(5>$l 25; chewing, com
mon. sound, 25@40c; fair, medium,
50c; bright. s'k<...oc; fine fancy, 85(®90c; extra
fine. 9)cri/.>. 10; bright navies, 45(.j>75c; dark
Lumber--'There is an improvement in the de
maud over the previous week, and prices remain
firm at quotations. We quote, f. o. b..
sizes $l3 OO
Difficult sizes 16 5O
Flooring boards 16 5O
Shipstuff 18 50(g)21 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
7(X) feet average $9 00
BiH) 4 * ** 10 (KVTUi 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 ** ** 00® 800
900 “ “ 8 OOfift 9 00
1,000 ** “ 9 00®10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Lumber—By sail—The market is fairly sup
plied, vesseis having been taken freely during
the week, and rates are weakening. Freight
limits are from $5 00®6 25 from this and the
near Georgia ports to the Chesapeake ports,
Philadelphia. New York. Sound ports aud east
ward. Timber, 50c®$1 00 higher than lumber
rates. To the West Indies and windward,
nominal: to South America, slBoo® 1-1 OO; t• >
Spanish ;yid Me literranean ports, $ll 00(5 u o;
to United Kingdom for orders, timber. 2.KV2Ss;
lumber, lss. Steam—To New York, $7 00:
to Philadelphia, $7 00; t.o Boston, $9 fK.
Naval Stores—Firm but nominal. Foreign—
Cork, etc., for orders. 3s 3d, and, <>r. ds (Id; Adri
atic*. rosin, 3s 3d; Genoa, rosin, 3s. Coast
wise—Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosin. $1 00 on
snirit-s; to New York, rosin 50c. spirits 80c; to
Philadelphia, rosin :10c, spirits 80c; to Baltimore,
rosin spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By Steam—The market is easy.
Liverpool direct 17-6 Id
Antwerp 19 C4d
Bremen direct 3M
Reval direct 11-32 T
Havre direct 5-16d
Genoa direct 11 -32d
Barcelona direct 11 -321
Liverpool via New York lb. 9 3.Vi
Liverpool via Baltimoie lb 9-32d
Liverpool via Boston 9-32d
Antwerp via New York !b 5-lftd
Havre via New York $ lo .21-32 c
Bremen via New York lb 11-Pic
Reval via New York -3sd
Bremen via Baltimore !b 19-64i
Amsterdam via New York 6(c
Boston bale $1 75
Sea island ** bale 2 00
New York W bale 1 50
Sea island bale 175
Philadelphia f* bale 1 50
Sea island bale 179
Baltimore $ bale 1 25
Providence $ bale 1 50
Genoa 5-1 Od
Rice—By steam —
New York $ barrel 60
Philadelphia $ barrel 60
Baltimore $ barrel 6*)
Boston barrel 60
Grown fowls $ pair $ 65 ($ 80
Chickens, *$ to % grown 40 (5\ Of)
Springers 25 (& 40
Turkeys V pair 1 25 OO
Kggrt, country, per doz rt n 22 (fa
Peanuts—Kanev h. p. Va. - (<$ 7
Peanuts-Hand pickc 1, tt (g* 6
Peanuts- Ga bushel, nominal .. 75 (fe IK)
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds <jp bush. . 50 % 60
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams $ bush. 65 c% 70
Sweet potatoes. White yams bush 40 (o\ 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy; de
mand 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
Suoar—Georgia and Florida nominal; none iu
Honey—No demand; nominal.
Sweet Potatoes—Scarce; receipts very light;
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. Oct. 1, noon. Stocks quiet and
heavy. Money easy at 5(5 0 per cent. Ex
change— long, $4 79'4@4 H>); short, $4 84(35
4 MV) State bonds dull but steady. Goveru
nicnt bonds dull but steady.
5:00 p. 111. - Exchange dull but steady at $l BOl4
@4 85. Money easy at s@o 1 sir cent., closing
offered at 2. Sub-Treasury balances —Gold,
$132,814,000; currency $12,774,000. Government
bonds dull but steady; four per cents 124; four
and a half per cents 108)4. State bonds dull but
The stock market to-day was quiet and showed
no change in the general character of trading,
sentiments still remaining favorable to a higher
range of values. Tile news of tue day was not
of a character to liave much weight in specula
tion, and in the evening the rumors circulated
•were of little, moment. The temper of the room
was moderately bullish. The anticipation of a
heavy gain ill the surplus reserve and some buy
ing for domestic account was done on the
strength of it, which, with purchases by Lon
don. helped the market up in the early dealings.
The boars, however, had selling orders iu most
stocks and the temptation to realize was freely
yielded to after the publication of the batik
statement, which left many stocks lower than
at the opening. Tiie opening was firm at ad
vances from )s@!4 per cent, over yesterday’s
final figures, and this advantage was improved
in the early trading, San Francisco stocks and
Missouri Pacific being most conspicuous in the
rise. Business was light and confined to some
half dozen stocks, and when the advance had
been cnecke I it became very dull. A drooping
tendency was develojied, and after the issue of
the bank statement free realizations carried
price* down to the lowest prices of the day at
the dose. The, totals of the two hours’ session
amounted to only 120.1X10 shares. Final prices
show irregular changes, which are generally for
small fractions only, but San Francisco pre
ferred gained 1 and Wabash preferred, which
displayed unusual strength toward the close, 1)8
per cent. Tiie following were the closing quota
\la class A, 2 to 5 10 i New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B. 55.. .104 eifle, Ist mort.... 81
Georgia 7s, mort.. 1*1)4 s*. Y Cential 107)4
N Carolina 05.... 121 Norf. & W. pref. . 42!<“
N'. Carolina 4s ... 97" Nor. Pacific 84*4
So Caro, tllrown) " pref... 50*4
consols 105 Pacific Mail 39(*
Tennessee 6s 6(11 Reading 61
VirgiiuaOs ... . 481 Richmond * Ale.. 5
Va. consolidated. 45 Richmond & DanvlM
Cli’paalte <S7 Ohio. 514 Ricbm’d & W. Pt
Chi" A Norlhw’n 112)4 Terminal -644
•* preferred.. .1421) Rock Island 118)4
Dels., Lack .2 W.. 12iwj St. Paul .
v nP .. 297s preferred .11.53-4
East‘Tennessee. Texas Pacific.....
new stock 11)4 Tenn. Coal & Iron. 27
bake Shore 9B< Union Pacific 53-44
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY.. OCTOBER 2, 1887.
L'ville Jfc Nash .... 013£ N. J. Central 73
Memphis £ O x ir 50 Missouri Pacific... 93V
Mobile & Ohio ... 12 Western Union.. 75*4
Nash. & Chatt'a.. CottonOUTrustcer
Tlie weekly statement of the associated banks,
issued by the clearing Uousi? today, shows the
Reserve 1: .creased $3,260,375
Loans decreased 1,633.100
Spt'cie increased 4,622,U)0
lA*gal tenders decreased 450*,000
Deposits increased... 3,890,100
Circulation decreased 32,800
Banks now hold $9,017,009 in excess of the 25
per cent. rule.
Liverpool. Oct. 1,12:30 p. m.— Cotton pressed
from sale: middling uplands 5 3-10d, middling
Orleans .5*4.1: suit's B,o*o liales. for speculation
and export l.tW t>al‘s: yesterday's tales were in
creased by late business by 2,500 hales Brazilian;
receipts 8,000 bales—American 5.300.
Futures—Uplands, low middling dans *. Oeto
l>er delivery 5 2-6 kl. also 5 1 Old; October and
November 7>d, also 4 63-6ld: Novomlier and De
cember 4'j3 64d, also 4 61-C4d: Decemlxu* and
January 4 63-94d. also 4-61 -64d: January and Feb
ruary sd, alsu 4 62-64d; February ami March sd,
also 4 63 64: March and Apiil 5 5-64d, also
5 2-64d; April and May .5 4-64d, also 5 3-64d.
Market steady at the decline.
1 p. m.—The sales to-day included 5,500 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 l-64d, sellers; October and Novem
ber 1 63-64(1. sellers: November and December
4 62-64d f sellers: December and January 4 OJ Old,
sellers; January and February 4 02-G4d, sellers;
February and March 4 68-64d, buyers; March
and April 5 l-64d, buyers; April and May 5 3 64d,
buyers; May and Juues 5-64d, buyers. Market
New York, Oct. 1. noon.—Cotton easy; mid
dling uplands 9Le, middling Orleans sales
Futures—Market opened and closed steady,
with sales as follows: October delivery 9 19-9 16c,
November 9 12-9 10c, December 9 12-9 10c. Jan
uary 9 18-9 16c, February 9 24-9 24c. March 9 33-
5:00 p. m.—Market closed easy; middling
uplands middling Orleans sales to
day 211 bales; net receipts bales, gross 3,968
Futures—Market closed steady at the decline,
with sales of 64.100 bales, as follows: October
cember 9 10@9 lie. January 9 160 9 17c, Feb
ruary 9 24@9 25c, March 9 32@,9 33c, April 941
Q 9 42c May 9
Galveston, Oct. 1 Cotton steady; middling
B>£c; net receipts 7,7.59 bales, gross 7,759; sales
1,731 bales; stock 62,562 bales.
Norfolk. Oct. I.—Cotton steady: middling
8 1316 c; net receipts 2,971 bales, gross 2,971;
sales none; stock 11,445 bales; exports, to Great
Britain 7,350 bales, coastwise 1,423 bales.
Baltimore, Oct. J.—Cotton quiet; middling
9Vsc; net receipts none, gross 956 bales; sales
none; stock 2,383 bales; sales to spinners 40
bales: exports, coastwise 20 bales.
Boston, Oct. I. Cotton quiet; middling 9%c;
net receipts 45 bales, gross 362; sales none; stock
Wilmington, Oct. I.—Cotton quiet; middling
8 11-iGc; net receipts 2.oth) bales, gross 2,009;
sales none; stock 2>,917 bales; exports, coastwise
Philadelphia, Oct. I.—Cotton dull; middling
9*L net receipts 17 bales, gross 17; stock 4.434
New Orleans, Oct. I.—Cotton quiet; mid
dling 864 c; net receipts 4,311 bales, gross 4,728:
sales 175; stock 78,789 bales; exports, to Great
Britain 4,050 bales, to France 3,754, coastwise
Mobile, Oct. l.—Cotton weak; middling B%c;
net receipts 1.83 j hales, gross 2,058: sales :>iH
bales; stock 7,287 bales; exports, coastwise 1,001
Memphis, Oct. I.—Cotton easy; middling
8 1116 c; receipts 3,421 bales; shipments 1,774;
sales 3.000; stock 34,284 bales.
Augusta, Oct. I.—Cotton dull: middling
receipts 2.126 hales; sales 1,909 bales.
Charleston, Oct. I.—Cotton stead}*; middling
s r H,c; net receipts 2,739 bales, gross 2.739; sales
1,( 00: stock 40.033 bales; exports, to the conti
nent 4,800 bales, coast wise 1.744.
Atlanta, * let. I.—Cotton quiet; middling
receipts 1,631 hales.
New \(rk, Oct. I.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cott >n ports t i-das 36,2.30 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 17,603 bales, to France 3.754.
to the continent *.7,513 bales; stock at all Ameri
can ports 354.479 bales.
The total visible supply of cotton for the
world is 1,605,942 bales, of which 1,018,142 bales
are American, agacast 1,203,357 and 822,857
bales, respectively. lasi year. Receipts at all
interior towns for the week 147,886 bales. Re
ceipts from plantations 275,152 bales.
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, Oct. 1,12:30p. in.—Wheat firm.with
fair demand; holders offer moderately. Corn
firm, with good demand; new mixed Western
New- York, Oct. 1. noon.—Flour steady.
Wheat higner. Corn better. Fork steady; mess
Sl5 25@10 50. Lard Arm at $6 85. Freights
5:00 p. rn.—Flour, Southern unchanged and
dull. Wheat—options opened firm, advanced V\
./.tje, varying nut little during the short ses
sion and leaving off firm at or near best, rates;
spot a tritie higher but quiet; shippers holding
back; No. 2 red. Oct.,lier delivery BdfsTfB‘c.
closing at 81c; November 82*4@8211-16c, closing
at 82f4e. Corn—options J44ti*4c higher and
moderately active: cash firm but quiet; No. 2,
October delivery 51?5d.51?4c, closing at 5194 c;
November 61J40.52C. closing at 52e. Oats—spot
steady; No. 2. October delivery 33@,33!gc; No
vember 33 3-16,®31j4c; December nominal 33**c:
mixed Western 31 (Tt 34 Hops steady. Coffee,
fair Rio; on spot steady at I*.i).jc; No. 7 Rio.
i letoberdelivery 17 iV^tf 4l K:; November 17 155 c;
December 17 555717 75c Sugar firm aud quiet;
centrifugals 5 7 16c for 96° test, fair refining
quoted at 4 13-lfii-44?se; refined quiet but steady.
Molasses dull. Cotton seed oil quoted at 33e for
crude, 41b, a. fie for refined. Hides steady and
in fair request. Wool quiet but steady. Pork
quiet but barely steady; mess $l5 2f>q7,15 50 for
new S. IDO'I4 75 !ov old. Middles dull and
nominal. Lard steady.; Western steam, on spot
SO 82fuUi 85, October delivery S6 73<®6 75
Freights steady; cotton, per steam, !4@9-94d;
grain, per steam, 2d.
St. Loris, Oct. I.—Flour steady and un
changed. Wheat firm with upward tendency
on stronger cables, which reported a decrease
of 1,060,000 bushels in Liverpool stock,aud better
New York market: prices advanced )i@).ie. but
the decline in Chicago caused some weakness
and the early advance was lost, but good buying
set in again and the close was firm and !4',/Age
above yesterday: No. 2 red. cash 70c: October
delivery 70(g;70lf i < 1 ; November N't,i: yo: May
Nov'e sptc. Corn firm; an advance of i-kG'-lc
was made early, but weakened in sympathy
with declines elsewhere, but closed firm; No. 2,
cash 39J4c; October delivery 3!) u 3314c: Decem
ber 38?fic; Mav 41 U@ 1194 c. Oats—cash lower;
futures steady: cash MUje, October delivery 23J4,
closed at 2136 c bid: .May 2syj c - Whisky steady
at 81 05. Provisions firm: Pork quiet and un
changed: $l4 75 for small lots and $l5 35 for
standard mess. Lard at $6 25: nothing doing.
Dry salt meats—boxed shoulders $5 25. long
clear $7 80, clear rib sides $7 90, short clear
sides $8 20. Bacon—boxed shoulders $6 2"><jfc6 50.
long clear $8 73(11-8 85. clear rib sides $8 75@
8 85. short clear $3 15(4,9 25. Hams quiet aud
unchanged at sl2(gil3.
Chicago. Oct. I.—Although a very fair busi
ness was transacted in the wheat market to
day, it was on the whole less active than yester
day The feeling, too, was weaker and prices
ruled slightly under the closing quotations of
yesterday, finally closing lower for Octo
ber. unchanged for December and bs l ' higher for
May t ban yesterday. There was some pretty
fair selling on Eastern account and some ap
parently on foreign orders. Advices reporting
the stock of wheat in Liverpool were conflicting,
some private cables early in the day showing
about 1.000.000 bushels decrease, an l other par
ties later received cables purporting to show
about 500,01X1 bushels increase. The nature of
these reports nillu-ucc.l strength early and
weakness later. Deliveries on October contracts
were fair and centred mainly in the hands of a
firm reported to have been the principal buyers
for October the past three weeks or more. Re
ceipts at winter wheat points were much
smaller, but larger at Minneapolis and Duluth.
Receipts at twelve points aggregate (192,000
bushels, with shipments about 206,000. Just at
the close the market became firmer on reported
engagements of 103.000 bushels of wheat for
export. About 1,000.000 bushels or wheat was
delivered on 'Umuige to-day. October otiencd
at 71 tie. sold at 70446:7214c and closed at 70%@
71c. Mav opened at , 914 c, sold at 7'8%(2;79'54c
and closed at 79! j®Llhfe. Deliveries of corn
to day were light and the best prices of yester
day were not touched, while toward the dose
prices went below the dosing point of Friday.
There was a very slow demand for cash corn.
The interest which has marked the pit most of
the week was want ing. Receipts here were but
265 cars, t'barters were light, only 141,000
bushels. October sold at 42>4©42!4c. up
to ■•-■ tic, closing at May o|jened
at 45-Mc. touched 45c and closed
for the (toy aud the week at 4>!4c. Oats quiet,
and light transactions brought no change in
prices. October sold at 26c, November at sX!4<s
and Mav at 30c. Receipts 153 cam. No charters
reported Provisions were slow, and with the
exception of mess polk, which advanced from
$l2 :i7!4<0.12 ,M for Janjary and closed a:
$l2 4J'.„ a gain of 5c over yestor toy. The mar
ket was narrow. Receipt* of hogs were liberal
and prices again lower. This caused an e.uty
feeling among holders of lard, and they offered
tbelr property more freely than buyers oared to
take ft. Deliveries on October contracts were
small and cut no figure to the market, but Octo
ber lard sold at sc. and closed 9toc lower than
yesterday. O itober sold at id 3.Y-V,6 42’4, and
closed at $6 ~7)4. Longer futures were quiet
and steady, January sola at $6 42)46 6 50, and 1
close.! 11 56 4.3. October short ribs were up to •
$7 00 at one time, but closed at $7 SO; January
closed at $0 35.
(’ash auotations were as follows; Flour
quite and unchanged. Wheat. No. c spring Tity*
(q 71c; N- *. H spring 65c: No. 2 red Mv Corn, No.
2. 42ty Oats. No. 2. 26e. Mess pork. per
barrel, $l5 i\>. Lard, per 100 lbs, s*> 40. Short
rib sides, loose, $7 86. Dry salted shoulders,
boxed. $5 2.VV> 30; short clear sides, boxes 1, $n 10
(gs i.v Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows;
Opening. Highest. Clciing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Oct. delivery 71*$ 71 Vi 70%
Nov. delivery 72vj 72% 72W
May delivery.... 79*4 79V4 79*2
Corn, No. 2
Oct. delivery . 428$ 42T$ 423$
Nov. delivery.... 42f*$ 42*s
May delivery. . 45*4 45% 46*$
Oats No. 2
Oct. delivery 26 ...
Nov. delivery.... 26Vi • ...
May delivery. 3O 29*$
Year, per ban-e 1.512 00 $l2 05 $l2 05
Jan. delivery .. 12 37*$ 12 50 12 42*$
Oct. delivery... . s’> 40 $6 10 $6 37V$
Nov. delivery. .. 635 640 635
May delivery 6 75
Oct. delivery. ... $7 90 $7 90 $7 80
Jan. delivery 6 30 6 35 ft 35
Baltimore. Oct. 1. —Flour steady and firm;
Howard street and Western superfine $2 2* <r
2 7.5, extra $3 00 < 3 60, family $3 75(1 4 50, city
mills superfine $2 25(3*2 02, extra $3 oiDMSO;
Rio brands $1 15(3*4 50. Wheat Southern
steady and quiet; red 78®81c: amber sj(2sS4c;
Western steady, closing dull; No. 2 winter red,
on spot 79Vi p79*sc. Corn Southern steady
find quiet: white 00(3*0 lc, yellow 52<3*54c. West
steady and dull.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1. —Flour firm. Wheat in
good demand: No. 2red 77c. Corn in motif rate
demand; No. 2 mixed 45c. Oats quiet; No 2
mixed 27*ytt527*Kic. Provisions—Pork steady;
repacke lat $l5 00. Lard steady and firm. Bulk
meats steady: short ribs $3 50. Ba< on easy;
short ribs $8 75(3.8 87'$, short clear $925<3d) 37*$
Whisky firm at $lO5. Hogs steady ; common
and light $3 80; packing and butchers $l5O
Louisville, Oct. I.— Provisions quiet and un
changed: Bulk meats —shoulders $6 00; clear
rib sides $8 12, clear sides $3 00. Mess pers
nominal. Hams, sugar-cured 5O. drain
quiet ami unchanged—Wheat, No. 2 red winter,
on spot 73*$c. Corn, No. 2mixed, 45c. Oats, No.
2 mixed 27*$c.
New Orleans. Oct. I.—Coffee unchanged;
Rio cargoes, common to prime 18% r£2l *sc. Cot
ton seed products dull and nominal. Sugar un
changed; Louisiana centrifugals, choice white
ft 5-lft<&64sc, choice yellow clarified 6 : %\ prime
yellow clarified 6 8-lftc. Molasses unchanged;
Louisiana centrifugals, strictly prime to fancy
28®33c, good fair to good prime 22®25c, com
moil to good common IB®2lc.
New York, Oct. 1, noon.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 33c. Rosin stea ly at, $1 orWihl 12 3.
5:00 p. m.—Rosin quiet at $1 07*$® 1 12*$.
Turpentine steady at 33c.
Charleston, Oct. I.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 3o*4<.\ Rosin dull; good strained 85c.
Wilmington, Oct. I.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 30*$e. Rosin firm; strained 72Uc, good
strained 77*$c. Tar firmer at $1 30. Crude tur
pentine firm; hard $1 00; yellow dip $1 05;
virgin $1 65.
New Orleans, Oct. 1. -Rice steady;Louisiana,
ordinary- to prime 4*4(£&s*4c.
New York, Oct. I.—Rice steady and quiet.
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos.
(Through John S. Ernest, Southern Manager.)
New York. Oct. I.— As anticipated Livertiool
paid more attention to the Southern markets
than to the closing contract prices of New YOl k.
and recorded to-day the lowest, price.-* yet
reached. Out he contrary the Coot i neural mar
kets have shown more steadiness, mtn.testing
a disposition to secure cotton at a price which
last year paid them handsome profits. Liver
pool has had thrown upon her the accumula
tion of the purchases by exporters for several
days, that have been held in the hope of a bet
ter market and dually sold at what seems to be
extremely low figures. Southern markets re
cord another decline to-day, but we should
think we are nearing values at which stocks of
cotton are likely to be purchased for value, and
while a further decline is not unlooked for, we
do not forget that few fortunes have been made
on the short side ot cotton at oc. The rapid
opening of the crop and the manner in widen it
has been marketed brings back a condition of
affairs similar to those existing before the war
and the Atlantic cable. Locally the chief seJl
ing has be *ll for foreign account, aud the con
tracts seem to have passed into stronger hands.
SHIPPING I NTKLLIUKNi K.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
grN Rises 5:54
Bun Sets 5:45
High Water at Savannah .8:17 a m. B:3ft p w
Sunday, Oct 2, 1887.
Steamship Dessoug, Howes, Philadelphia- C
Steamship York City (Br), Benn, Halifax, N S,
in ballast—A Minis & Sons.
Steamship City of Augusta. Catharine, New
York—C G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship Win Crane. Billups, Baltimore—.)
B West A Cos.
Brig Clara Pickens, Eddy, New York—Jos A
Roberts A Cos.
Steamship 5Vm Crane, Baltimore.
Bark Patent (Nor), London.
Bark Pusuaes (Nor), Harburg.
Schr Jar E Bayles, Galveston.
Liverpool, Sept 29—Sailed, bark Merulo (Br),
Plymouth, Sept 29—Sailed, bark Hesperia
(Nor). Nielsen, (from Hamburg) Savannah.
Rotterdam, Sept 28 .Arrived, steamship Tbos
Turnbull (Br). Lower, Coosaw, S C.
Rio Janeiro, Sept I—Sailed, bark Skjokl (Nor),
Pensacola, Sept 28—Arrived, bark Port Royal
(Gert, Freese, New Orleans.
Cleared, ship W H Corsar(Br). Brown, Ense
nada Roads: bark Daisy Read, Cole, Boston.
Tnomaston, Me, Sept 20—Sailed (not arrived),
schr Phineas W Sprague (new). Strong, Boston,
to load for Pensacola.
Low Point, C B, Sept 24—Passed, steamship
Pallion (Br), sVeeks. Coosaw, S C, via North
Sydney, for Fleetwood.
Kingston. Ja, Sept 14—Arrived, bark Henry L
Gregg, Carter. Brunswick
Boston, Sept 29—Arrived, schr Otello, Bond,
Baltimore, Sept 29—Arrived, schr Ida Law
rence. Young, Savannah.
Bull River, S C. Sept 24—Arrived, schr Ellen
Tobin, Hankins, (loosaw for Orient, L 1.
Port Royal. S C, Sept 29—Sailed, schr Centen
nial, Rulon, FeruaniUna.
Philadelphia, Sept 29—Cleared steamship
Haverstoe (Bn, Bieukhorn, Port Royal, S C.
Newcastle, Del. Sept 28—Passed down, schr
Emma Heather. Philadelphia for Fernandina
Delaware Breakwater, Kept 29—Arrived, schr
Carrie L Godfrey. Jarman, Bull River, S C.
Passed out, steamship ltomanby (Br), Phila
delphia for Bull River, S C.
Fernandina, Oet I—Arrived Sept 29, bark
Oristas, Alexsen, Sligo.
Cleared, sehrs D W Hunt, Merritt. New York;
.1 H Gordon, Powell, Baltimore; Austin D
Knight, Perry, and bark Freda A Willey, Hodg
inaii, Perth Amboy.
New York, Oet 1--Arrived out, steamship
Hammonia, from New York for Hamburg.
Schr Messenger. 7 days, from Boston, was
spoiten yesterday off Tybee by pilot boat No. 4
and ordered to St Simon’s. Ga.
New York, Sept 29—Ship Canute (Br), from
Pensacola for Barrow, which put into Havana
Sept 5 leaking badly, has been condemned.
The mate and c.ew arrived at this port on
Wednesday in steamer City of Washington.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Oct
I—lfiP bales cotton, 10 bhls pitch, 10 hbb tar, 1
car oil, 248 sacks rice, 25 bags peanuts, and
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
Oct I—B.oßo bales cotton. 2.(109 bids rosin, 49.4
bbls spirits turpentine, 13 cars lumber. 3 cars
wood, 1 ear brick, 309 bbls grits. 57 bbls rice, 314
boxes lemons, 579 boxes oranges. 1 bale wool, 12
bales hides, and mdse
Per Central Railroad, Oet 1—7,908 bales cot
ton, 10 hales yarn, 22 bales domestics, 13 bhls
eggs, 10 bales nines. 9 rolls leather, 8 oars coal,
39 pkgs paper, 80 pngs tobacco. 13,954 llw bacon.
120 bbls lime, .46 bola spirits turpentine. 1 car
oottoo seed. 154 bbls rosin, 170 pkg* furniture, 18
enses eggs, 225 bbls (lour, 282 pkgs hardware, 9
bbls whisky, 9.090 llis flour, 81 ears lumbar. 8
bbls molasses, iSS pkgs wood In shape. 1 case,
liquor, .54 tons pig iron, 2 pkgs twine. 23) kegs
powder, 2 pkgs war. 25 pkgs carriage material.
52 pkgs mdse. 2 pkga empties, 1 sock peanuts. 32
bbls cotton seed oil.
Per steamship Wm Crane, for Baltimore-4537
bales cotton, 148 hbls rice. 1,414 bbls rosin, 80
bbls spirits turpentine, 124 bales domestics and
yarns, 8.000 feet lumber, 50 bales paper stock, 18
rolls leather, 875 pk its mdse.
Per brig Clara Pickens, for New Y0rk—344,924
feet p p lumber—McDonough A Cos.
Per steamship Wni Crane, for Baltimore—J
D Chason, W A Bell. Mrs >1 O Bates aud 2 chil
dren. A K l’aci, .1 11 Mosher, C W Stephens, H B
Stephenson, J J Wilson.
OLIVE LOGAN VISITS “OUR MARY."
Her Beautiful Home at Hampstead Hill
-Some New Costumes.
London, Oct. 1.--I have been visiting
Mary Anderson at her beautiful home called
ed Mount Waltham, situated on Hampstead
Hill. The house is a large square building
of the Queen Anne order, highly ornamented
on all sides, and standing in a beautiful
wide-spreading garden, wherein tine trees,
velvet lawn and gay parterres
of flowers do nmeu to delight
the eye of the Itoholdcr. Hampstead is one
of London's highest suburbs, anti when the
beauteous Mary opens the lattice of her
virgin chamber she sees spread beneath her
graze the magnificent, bird's-eye view of tho
great metropolis, serried, seething,shrouded
in its own smoke, while her abode is sur
rounded by an atmosphere comparatively
blue. She says she is exceedingly impres
sionable to the deleterious effects of bad air,
and for this reason prefers to undergo the
aijjiitional fatigue of a long drive home
from tho theatre after the performance to
taking up her residence within the radius
where is huddled the madding crowd.
Mount Waltham was built by Pusey, R. A.,
for his own ooiMit auev. and is just the house
wee-ui fancy a rich artist erecting for hint
s'll' when fame, fashion, fortune had made
it possible for him to indulge himself with
ail ideal home. The entrance hall is a largo
square room, with no ceiling nearer than
the roof, a carved staircase conducting
trom it, leading to balconies on the stories
above. Such an apartment in a house is
like lungs in the human frame, giving air
and vitality to the wnolo structure. Miss
Anderson has placed u concert grand piano
in one corner of this hall, and she says that,
when her musical friends come there and
p ay, the effect is indescribably grand.
Drawing rooms, dining room, study and
library open 011 to this central hall on this
grand floor, and all have doors leading out
to the garden, while to the dining room is
attached a spacious conservatory. The
rooms are furnished with comfort and a
sort of simple elegance lielitting a house,
which may be called a country bouse,
although so near to London's busy
1 found Miss Anderson looking if possible
more beatiful than ever. She was attired
in a picturesque frock of mignonette colored
silk, with front ot orange cream satin, en
tirely covered with white lace drapery,
hanging full from the throat and gathered
in at the waist with mignonette ribbons.
She is delighted with her Scottish successes
with the‘"Winter’s Tale,” and hopes to re
peat them in London. She showed me a
deep purple silk mantle which she will wear
in this piece. It was dyed to order, and
twenty-five women have been three contin
uous weeks embr lidering it in gold after a
design by Alma Tadcma. Miss Anderson
will also wear a replica of Helen of Troy’s
necklace, copied from Dr Schliemann’s
original in the South Kensington museum.
Mr. Parsons, the Eg) ptologist, has pre
sented her with some oeatls round on the
mummy of a lady of rank who flourished
some three thousands years ago. These also
will be worn by Miss Anderson in the
This lovely countrywoman of ours is a
most interesting aud fascinating conversa
tionalist. S| leaking of acting she said she
would play no parts of the kind which
send an audience home with a bad taste in
its mouth. .Sjieakitig of the depression and
self-dissatisfaction which come occasionally
to all, she said she knew of only one sustain
ing power—that of religion, which, contin
uously pursued from childhood up, she knew
to beau unfailing solace in every human
grief. Olive Logan.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
“W> do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrangements Jar all the Monthly and Srmi-
Annual Drawings of the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and in person manage and con
trol the Drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in
?'ootl faith toward aU parties, and ire authorize
he Company to use this certificate , with f'ic
similes of our signatures attached , in its adver
TO fhr vndrriirmrd Pnnk* and Ranker* trill
pag nil Prize* drawn in thr lavuinana dirt In Jjot
trrirr i/flo>s L* present* 't nw counter*.
J. H. OGLESBY, Pres. Louisiana Nat’l Bank
PIERRE LANAUX, Pres State Nat'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat’l Bank.
CARL KOHN, Pres. Union National Bank
U Over Half a Million Distributed
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated in IS*; 1 for r* rears by tho Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
—with a capital of $ i ,o<k),ooi) to which a reserve
fund of over 0 has since Ix-en added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
chise was made a p>ii*t of the present State con
stitution. adopted December 2d, A. I). IKr9.
The only Lottery ever tooled on and indorsed
by the people o f any State.
It never scales or postpones.
It* Grand Single ?i timber Drawing* take
place monthly, and the Semi-Annual l)raw-
regularly etery ui\ month* (Juue aud
Here rn her).
A SPLICADID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN
A FORTLAB. TENTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS K. IN THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, October 11,
lbfeff-'dU./lli Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
tsy Notice —Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, $5 ; Fifths, $2; Tenths, sl.
LIST Of PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $150,000 $150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 50.000. .. 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000 ... 20,000
8 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000:.20.000
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000... 20,000
SO PRIZES OF 1,000 ... 20,000
.40 PRIZES OF ,400.... 25.000
100 PRIZES OF 300 .. 30,000
21 PRIZES OF 200 ... 40,000
500 PRIZES OF 100 ... 50,000
100 Approximation Prizes of S3OO ... $30,000
100 •• “ 200... 20,000
100 “ 100.... 10.000
1.0044 Terminal “ 50 50.000
2,179 Prizes, amounting tu $535,000
Application for rarer, to clubs should be made
only to the office of the Company in New Or
For further Information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York F.xchange in ordi
nary letter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
addressed M. A. DAUPHIN,
Aew Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. V,
Address Rejistered Letters t)
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans. La.
RF’MF’MRFR That the presence of Gen
nC. IVI C. IVI DC n eral)) Beauregard and
Early, who are in charge of the drawings, Is a
guarantee of absolute fairness and integrity,
that the chances are all equal, aud (hat no one
ran possibly divine what number will draw a
KRAI EM BEK that the payment of all Prizes
Is GUAR A N UKED HY FOUR N ATION AL
BANKB of New Orleans, and the Tickets arl
signed by the President of an Institution whose
c hartered rights are recognized In the highest
Courts; therefore, beware of any imitation* or
EC KSTE I NS!
Our stock of Fine Imported Robes, Dress Fabrics, Velvets
and Novelties for Combinations represent the very latest
ideas, both in designs and colors, from the largest European
| manufacturers, and are exceptionally attractive. Also, a full
(line of American manufactured Silks, Velvets, Velveteen and
Jackets and Wraps.
I AIDER DOWN FLANNELS, in solid cloth shades and delicate tints
J Fancy Stripes aud Novel Designs in EIDER DOWN and JERSEY FLANNELS.
Fine All Wool Ladies’ Cloth, Tricots, Serges aud Arumres, yards wide, in all shades, 65c. #
7te., 85c., sl.
27 inch Fancy and Plain Colored Dress Goods at 1oc..
Double Widtli American Cashmeres, in all colors and black, at 2.V.
All Wool ('ashmores, .merges and Armni*es, choice colors. 40c.. 50c.. 65c. yard.
Some entirely new makes in Wool Dress Fabrics, such as Fedora, Carmelite, Armure, Nubian
Cloth. Figaro, Jet Black Cashmere, Cheviots. Blue Block Cosh more, Serges, India Cashmere,
Camels I lair. Nuns' Veiling, Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths, Kigoletta, Lihian Cloths.
Scotch Plaid Dress Goods, so much in demand this season, from 10c. yard up to the finest
All M od grades.
Just opened, a large and superior stock of Mourning Dress Goods, including a line of fine
Nuns Veils and Veiling, Knglish Crapes.
KID GLOVES.-Just opened a full line. We lead off with a genuine Real Kid 4-Button Glove,
in all colors, at 75c. nair.
Zephyr Shawls, Long Wool Shawls and Fancy Theatre Shawls from 75c. up.
If prices will do it we shall sell all the Blankets and Flannels that will he sold in Savannah
this winter. We are offering Scarlet Medicated Twill Flannels at 35c.; worth 50c. 10-4 Wool
Blankets at $3 50; worth $5. White and Un douched Canton Flannel at 6V4c.; worth 10c.
New Goods and Special Bargains in all departments.
EC K STE I N’S.
Dpniiig iif tie Fall ten 1881.
However attractive and immense our previous season’s
stock in Millinery has been, this season we excel all our
previous selections. Every manufacturer and importer of
note in the markets of the world is represented in the array,
and display of Millinery goods. Wc are showing Hats in
the finest Hatter’s Plush, Beaver, Felt, Straw and Fancy
Combinations. Ribbons in Glacee, of all the novel shades.
Fancy Birds and Wings, Velvets and Plushes of our own im
portation, and we now offer you the advantages of our im
mense stock. We continue the retail sale on our first floor
at wholesale prices. We also continue to sell our Celebrated
XXX Ribbons at previous prices.
500 dozen Felt Hats, in all the new shapes and colors,
at 35 cents.
TRUNKS AND SHOES.
Low Quarter Blioes 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.
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.,
WATER COOLERS RANGES AND STOVES.
CROWNED WITH THE GREATEST ~ SUCCESS OF THE AGEI
THE OLD RELIABLE
Charter Oak Portable Ranges and Cooking Stoves,
WITH THEIR WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT,
THE WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR,
L UNIVERSALLY CONCEDED to be the greatest improvement ever attached to a Cooking
j Stove or Range. By the admission of fr 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
ment of meats without the necessity of BASTING, and a considerable .saving of time, labor and
weight sufficient to pay for an ordinary Cooking Stove several times over. One of the features of
the CHARTER OAKS, with the WIRE GAUZE DOOR, is that of BROILING STEAKS In the
OVEN nnd nou over the coals, thus avoiding the loss of juice, beiug burnt or tainted by smoke.
Steaks broiled in a CHARTER OAK. with the WIRE GAUZE DOOR, becomes tender, juicy and
delicious. AU those who have used the old reliable CHARTER OAKS know them to be a first
class 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 RANGES 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
confidence in the CHATKR OAKS, having had one in operation in our store, that we are prepare 1
to substantiate everything claimed for them. The public are cordially invited to call and have
the theory of the WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR fully explained, or send for descriptive circular t<j
CLARKE & DANIELS,
PORTABLE RANGES, COOKING STOVES AND HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALTIES,
Corner "Whitaker and Yorlc Streets, Savannah. Creorgua.