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Savannah. Ua.. Oct. 8,4 p. m. l
Con 'JN -Tint riuu kct was firm with a good
flfatii'i lat quotations. The salos for tljo day
w ,. n . 485 bains. On ’Change at the opening
i-ail, at 10 a. m., tin' market was reported quiet
and unchanged, with sales of 4-'4 bales. At the
second call, at 1 |>. m.. it was Arm, the sales
l„,j nK !,B:>r> hales. At the third aud last call,
a t 4n. in., it closed flrin aud unchanged, with
further sales of UB6 bales. The following are
the official closing spot quotations of the Cotton
Middling fair !> 1-16
(to il middling
Eon iniddliug. 8 9-16
s ;„a Island- -The market was very quiet and
unch-inTd. There were no sales reported dur
the day. We quote:
i vimmon U%®l7
Medium t IS
flood * 16
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Oct. 8, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
! 1887-88. j I 1886-87.
! u77ip ,and
Stock ou hand Sept. 1 j 575| 6.818 1.149) 4,3<)
Received to-day 472| 8,6731 492 7,427
Received previously 588 j 228,841 424 149,967 j
Total 4,635 214.332! I 2,066 161.6981
Exported to-day 20( 4,125 ; 138 1,512
Exported previously 263 132.543! i 308 72,231'
j Total 2831 186.668'; _ 4461 78.743[
i?tork on hand and on ship
i board this day li 1,352 107,061, 1,019. 87,953
Rice —The market was quiet but steady and
unchanged. The sales for the day were 262
barrels. Tiie following are the official quota
tions of the Board of Trade. Small job lots
are held higher:
Good -•• • • • 4 %('/4%
Prime— 5 (&5%
Tide water Si 10® 1 2o
Naval Stores- The market for spirits turpen
tine was very tirm and advancing. There was
a good demand, and fully 700 casks changed
bands during the day at 31c for regulars. At
the Board of Trade on the opening call the
market was reported firm at 31c for regu
lars. At the closing call it was firm at 31c for
regulars. Rosin— I The market continues quiet,
hut steady and unchanged. There was a fail
inquiry, the sales being about 1,260 barrels. At
the Board of Trade on the tlrst call the market
was reported steady at the following quotations:
A. B. C and D 90c, E 96c, F 97%e, G and H 81 00,
I SI 05. K Si 25. M Si 35. N Si 55, window glass
$2 10. water white $2 60. At the closing call
it was unchanged.
naval stores statement.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77.408
Received to-day 437 1,245
Rjeeived previously 123,808 313,253
Total 126,788 391,906
Exported to-day 1,900 4,917
Exported previously 114,111 323,503
Total 116,011 328.420
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 10,i <7 63,486
Recsipts same day last year... 683 1,202
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, Oct. 8, noon. Stocks active but
weak. Money easy at 4 per cent. Exchange
-loog, $4 79fc* 1 8U; short, $4 84® 4 84%. State
bonds dull but steady. Government bonds dull
5:00 p. m —Exchange dull but steady. Money
palsy at 4 per cent., closing at 4. Sub-Treasury
balances- Gold, §132,318,000; currency $12,831.*
OX). Government bonds dull and rather heavy;
four per cents 124%; four and a half per cents
I<)**4. State bonds dull but steady.
The stock market was quite feverish find
regular, but generally weak to-day. on ales
chiefly for short account, though some of the
active stocks met with excellent support. The
temper of the room was bearish, and London
had selling orders in most of its specialties.
The most important drive was made at Pacific
Mail, which dropped rapidly 1% percent., and
was followed by* Manitoba and St. Paul and
Duluth, the latter suddenly dropping 3 per
cent. Western Union and trunk lines, with the
exception of Erie, were quite firm, however,
and good buying was noticed ail over the list
after the first break. The news of the day was
of no special importance, and dealings were
marked by few features of interest. The open-
mg was weak at declines ranging up to % per
cent , and on moderate business soon declined
from %(8)1% per cent. Farther on, under the
lead of Pacific Mail and Manitoba, a slight re
action occurred in the first hour, but the down
ward movement was quickly resumed ami still
lower prices were reached in the entire list. St.
Paul being specially prominent in the decline.
St. Paul and Duluth suddenly dropped 3 per
cent, just at the close, which was fairly active
hut heavy at or near the lowest prices reached.
Everything is lower, and Pacific Mail lost 1%
per cent.; Erie, Manhattan and Omaha 1 per
cent. each, and the remainder fractional
amounts. The following were the closing quota
Ala. class A, 2to 5.104% New Orleans Pa-
Ala. class B, ss. 104% cific, Ist mort... 81
Georgia 7s, rnort. .105% N. YCent'al 106%
N. Carolina 65—120% Norf. & W. prof... 40
N. Carolina 4s 95 Nor. Pacific 21%
So. Caro. (Brown) “ prof .. 46%
consols 105 Pacific Mail 36*v^
TennasseeCs Reading 60%
Virginiafis 48 Richmond & Ale.. 6
Va. consolidated. *5 ) Richmond & Danvlso
Ch'peake& Ohio. 5% Richrn'd £ W. Pt.
Chic. <i Northw'n.lo9% Terminal 23%
“ preferred.. .140 Rock Island 114
Dela., Lack A W.. 125% St. Paul 74%
Erie t 27% ** preferred .113
East Tennessee, Texas Pacific 23%
new stock 10% Tenn. Coal *£ Iron. 24%
Lake Shore 93 Union Pacific 50%
L'ville&Nash 59% N. J. Central 71%
Memphis & Char. 49 Missouri Pacific... 92%
Mobile & Ohio 10% Western Union... 77%
Nash. A Chatt’a.. 70 CottonOilTrust cer 26%
The weekl v statement of the associated hanks,
issued by the clearing house today, shows the
Reserve decreased $ 904.350
Loans increased 3,393,3 h)
Specue df*creased 170,3 X)
L‘gal tenders increaseii 403,0 )0
Deposits increased 4,548,2^)
Circulat ion decreased 15,70< >
Banks now hold $8,112,650 in excess of the 25
per cent. rule.
Liverpool. Oct. 8, 12:30 p. m.—Cotton steady
a, d iu fair demand; middling uplands 5 3-10d,
middling Orleans 5 5-16d; 10,<)O) bales, for
speculation and export 10,0*X) bales; receipts
j.lOn bales—all American.
Futures -Uplands, low middling clause. Octo
ber delivery 5 5 C4<l; October and No
vember 5 o-64(q)5 3-64d: November and Decem
ber 5 3 2-64(1; December and .Jumiary
5 3 6id, also 5 2-6ld; January and February
• 2-64d; February ari(i March 5 4*64(1,
jdx" 5 3-64d; March and April 5 7 641, also
f>s 64d; April and May 5 9-64(3k5 H-641; May
u cl Junes li-64d, also 5 10-64d. Market dull
at the decline.
1 p. m.~The sales to-day included 8,490 bales
Futures -Uplnnds, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 5-64d; October and November
5 3 64(1; November and December 52-64d; De
ceml>er and January 5 2-64d; January and
February 52-6ld; B'ebruary and March 5 3-64d,
buyers; March and April 5 5-64 J, buyers; April
and May 5 7 64d, value; May and June 5 9-o4d,
v alue. Market close,d we/xk.
• csterday's sales w.M'e increased by late busi
ness by j,SOG bales Brazilian and 500 Surat us.
New York, Oct. 8. noon.—Cotton quiet; mid
fl‘hig uplands 9 7-16 c, middling Orleans 9 9-16 c;
fcdoH m l)ales.
Futures—Market opened firm, closed steady,
jvitdi sales as follows: October delivery 9 32(Q)
jj ;370, November 9 25(5)9 3Jc, December 9
* 30c, January 9 82t3)9 37c, February 9
46c. March 9 ssc.
•>:(K) p. in.—Market closed quiet; middling
uplands 9 7-10 e, middling Orleans 9 9-16 c; aales
990 bales, last evening 46; net nx*eipts
l >alcs, gross 2.018 bales.
1* utures—Market closed st<‘ady, with sales of
f9.800 bales, as follows: October delivery 9 37c;
November 9 30c. December 9 30c, January
J 3c, February 9 40c, March 9 56c, April 9 6:lc,
May 9 70c.
.*?L ,een & Co.'s report on cotton futures says:
The contract market for cotton has shown
fair animation and cpnsjdei able strength during
‘ v ’• gr ater portion of the day. Cable was a
trifle easier, but the principal influence came
tVoui tun crop report furnished at New i irleans,
ini eating some reduction in the percentage
and speaking less encouragingly of the top
crop than anticipated. This alarmed shorts
working on close margins, and created a cover
ing demand on which points were secured.
A full gain, however, was not supp >rted, and at
the close, while the tone appeared steady, it
was at 2tf£,3 points shading from extreme
figures, and buyers evidently less plenty."
Galveston, Oct. B.— Cotton firm; middling
8 11-l6c; net receipts 4,621 bales, gross 4.621;
sales 1.172 bales; stock 57,388 bales; exports, to
Great Britain 6,010 4 wiles.
Norfolk, Oct. B.—Cotton firm: middling
9c; net receipts 2,776 bales, gross 2.776; sales
bales; stock 17,553 bales; exports, coast
wise 1,194 bales.
Baltimore. Oct. B.— Cotton quiet but steady;
middling 9 3-16 c; net receipts 2 bales, gross 514;
sales none; stock 3,827 bales; sales to spinners
25 bales; exports, coastwise 31 bales.
Boston, Oct. S.—Cotton quiet; middling 9%c;
net receipts 202 bales, gross 202; sales none;
Wilmington, Oct. B.—Cottonsteady; middling
8*4,0; net receipts 3.128 bales, gross 3,128; sales
none; stock 20,461 bales; exports, to Great Bri
tain 3.800 hales, coastwise 34.
Philadelphia, Oct. B.—Cotton dull; middling
9%c; net receipts none, gross none; stock 3,209
New Orleans, Oct. B.—Cotton firm; mid
dling 8 13-16 c; net receipts 10,392 bales, gross
11,902; sales 5,250: stock 110,413 bales; exports,
coastwise 2,473 bales.
Mobile, Oct. B.—Cotton firm; middling
8 11-1 Go; net receipts 2,120 bales, gross 2,360;
sales 1,000 bales; stock 12,014 bales; exports,
coastwise 1,500 bales.
Memphis, Oct. B.—Cotton steady; middling
8*440; receipts 4.558 bales; shipments 3,708;
sales 3,350; stock 50.273 bales.
Augusta, Oct. B.—Cotton quiet; middling
B%c; receipts 2,369 bales; sales 1.131 bales.
Charleston, Oct. B.— Cotton steady; middling
8 1116 c; net receipts 3,810 bales, gross 5,810;
sales 1,000: stock 40.229 bales; exports, to Great
Britain 3,861 bales, to the continent 5,400, coast*
New York, Oct. B.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 43,192 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 13,677 bales, to the continent
5,400; stock at al! American ports 429,990 bales.
The total visible supply of cotton for the
world is 1,731,358 bales, of which 1,172,658 bales
are American, against 1.337,332 and 973,583
bales, resjieetively. last year. Receipts at all
interior towns for the week 163,298 bales. Re
ceipts from plantations 280,224 bales. Crop in
sight, 1,104,598 bales.
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, Oct. 8,12:30 p. m. -Wheat quiet but
steady, with fair demand: holders offer men**
rately. Corn firm; new mixed Western 4s 7%d.
Bacon, long clear 43s 6d; short clear 435. Lard,
prime Western 33s 6d.
New York, Oct. 8, noon.—Flour quiet but
steady. Wheat unchanged. Com easier. Pork
dull; mess $l5 00(2)15 25. Lard steady at $0 85.
()Id mess pork steady at $1 4 25(&14 50. Freights
5:00 p. m.—Flour, Southern quiet and un
changed. Wheat—options ruled very dull dur
ing the entire session; prices were steady at the
outset but afterwards weakened and declined
closing heavy; spot generally firm: No.
2 red, October delivery 81 ki(&Bl%c, November
82g;82 1 4C, May BHyj vvSB*v. closing 88(40. Corn
quiet but firm: options dull, but without quota
ble change*: No. 2. October delivery 52%c; No
vember 52%e; May 53% <■' 53%c, closing at 53%c
Oats a shade easier but less active; No. 2, Octo
ber delivery 32%(fji.33c; November 33%c; No. 2,
spot 32%(g,33c: mixed Western 31(g)&4c. Coffee,
fair Rio, on spot firm at 19%c; options about 10
points higher, closing firm; No. 7 Rio, October
delivery 17 3oc; November 17 3.3c,
May 17 30(3)17 35c Sugar firm but quiet; refined
firm. Molasses quiet and nominal. Cottonseed
oil quoted at 33c for crude, 42@43c for refined.
Wool quiet and generally steady; domestic
fleece 26(&34c, pulled 14(f032c, Texas 9(3)22e.
Pork dull. Beef quiet and unchanged. Hams
steady and quiet. Tierced ivef dull: city India
mess 14(g) 15c. Cut meats dull and weak. Mid
dles dull and nominal. Lard a shade higher but
very quiet: Western steam, on spot $6 ho. No
vember delivery $6 59(5)6 61, May $6 88 Freights
Chicago. Oct. B.— The principal interest on
'Change to-day was in the wheat pit. The mar
ket was in the hands of the local crowd and the
tactics of Thursday were repeated, with like
success on the part of bears, a decline of %(3.?4C
under hard pounding. November opened at
71%c and sold down to 70%e; December started
at ?2%c. the closing point on Friday, and sold at
73c and then down to 72%c, reacting to 72%c
t hirty minutes before the close. May opened off
a point at 78*4c aud declined %c to 77%e. The
lowest prices of the day were 'reached just, at
the close, when October sold at 6964 c. November
at 70 %c, Decem!>er at 72%e and May at T7%c.
Corn was quiet ami little changed. Fluctua
tions in futures were not outside of %e. Re
ceipts were quite liberal—s2s cars. There were
few outside orders and business in the pit was
limited. O *tober closed at 40%c, November sold
at 42%fi 42,Hjc; December closed at 42c. aud May
sold from 4544 b to 45%0, closing at the outside.
Oats were lifeless. Values seemed inclined to
be a little easier, but limited trading prevented
any essential change. 111 the provision market
the yellow fever scar*' in Florida was used to
knock October short ribs off 27%c from yester
day's close, but the purchase of a few small lots
by scalpers caused a rally of 15c. sal***
were 12%c lower than yesterday at $6 20. Lard
exhibited considerable firmness and advanced
2%e. October sold at $6 47%(&G 50, November
at $6 32% and closed at $6 30: January
at $6 35(&6 37%. January i>ork declined sc, but
reacted 2%. closing at $l2 27%.
Gash quotations were as follows: Flour firm
and unchanged. Wheat. No. 2 spring 69%(?2)
69(4c; No. 2 red 71%c. Corn, No. 2, 42%c l>i<F.
Oats, No. 2. 25%c. Mess pone, per barrel, $l4.
per 100 lbs, $6 52%(ff 6 55. Short rib sides,
loose, $T 30. Dry salted shoulders, boxed, $5 20
o*s 30; short clear sides, boxed, $7 70(2,7 75.
Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures range 1 as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Oct. delivery. .. 70 70 68%
Nov. delivery.... 71% 70% 70%
May delivery 78% 78% 77%
Corn, No. 2
Oct. delivery.... 42% 42% 42%
Nov. delivery.... 42% 42% 42%
May delivery.. . 45% 45% 45%
Oats. No. 2
Oct. delivery 25% 26 25%
Nov. delivery.... 20U 26% ‘26%
May delivery 29% 30 30
Year, per barrel.sl2 00 $ $
Jan. delivery.... 12 27% 12 27% 12 27%
Oct. delivery $6 50 $6 50 $6 50
Nov. delivery — 6 27% 6 32% 6 30
Jan. delivery 6 35 6 37% 6 37%
Oct. delivery $7 20 $7 35 $7 35
Jan. delivery — 6 20 6 25 6 20
Baltimore. Oct. B.—Flour firm, active demand;
Howard street and Western superfiue $2 37
2 75, extra $3 00:3)3 6>, family $3 85'5)4 35, city
mills superfine $2 37(3)2 62, extra $3 00(Q)3 50;
Rio brands 5). Wheat Southern
quiet but firm; red 89(g)32e; amber 82<&S4c;
Western lower, closing dull; No. 2 winter red, on
spot 79<&79%c. Cora—Southern firm but dull;
white 58®60c, yellow Western firmer
St. Louis. Oct. B.—Flour firm but dull.
Wheat —No. 2 red, cash 70%@71%e; October de
livery 70%(&70%c\ closing at 7(>%c; May 79% (&
78c. Corn firm: cash 40%(g)40%c: Octoberde
livery 40c: May 41%®41%c. Oats steady: cash
24%c. October delivery 24%c. May 2844 c. Whisky
steady at $1 05. Provisions lower: Pork insu
lar: $l4 50 for new mess. s6 40. Dry salt
meats—boxed shoulders $5 67%, long clear sides
$7 50, clear ribs $7 67%. short clear $7 30(3).
7 35. Bacon—boxed shoulders $6 37%, long clear
$8 50, clear ribs $8 50. short clear $8 55(3)9 00.
Hams steady at $12(9)11.
Cincinnati, Oet. B.—Flour dull. Wheat
lower; No. 2 red 76c. Corn quiet; No. 2 mixed
4.5 c. Oats firm; No. 2 mixed 28%c. Provisions—
Perk quiet: repacked $l4 25. Lard firm at $6 40.
Bulk meats firmer; short rib $7 75. Bacon
easier; short rib £8 75, short clear $9 25. Whisky
steady at $1 05. Hogs qiuet.
Louisville, Oct. B.—Provisions quiet: Bacon
—clear rib sides s•> 87%. clear sides $9 50,
shoulders $6 37%. Bulk meats—clear rib sides
$:) 50, shoulders $5 75. Mess pork nominal.
Hams, sugar cured. $l2 50 for large and small
average. Grain -Wheat quiet; No. 2 red winter,
ou spot 74c. Corn, No. 2mixed, 4i%c. Oats, No.
2 mixed 27%c.
New Orleans, Oct. B. — Coffee in light de
mand; Rio cargoes and common to prime
21 %c. Cotton see 1 products dull and nominal;
prime crude oil summer yellow 37@3Sc.
Sugars scarce and firm; Louisiana new centrifu
gals, choice yellow clarified 6%c, prime yellow
clarifiedo%c. Molasses ajnrco but firm; Lou
isiana open kettle, new prime to strictly prune
6oc; Louisiana syrup 39®45c.
London. Oct. B.—Spirits turpentine 25s 7%d.
New York, Oct. 8, noon. —Spirits turpentine
firm at 33% a ’>3He. Rosiu firm at $1 05® 1 12%.
5:0) p. m.—Rosin steady at $1 05(y)l12%. Tur
pentine steady at 33%e.
Charleston, Oct. B.—Spirits turpentine quiet
at 3 )%o bid. Rosin firm: good strained 85c.
Wil’minoton, Oct. B.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 31c. Rosin firm; strained 75c, good
strained 80c. Tar firm at $1 30. Crude turpen
tine firm; liard $1 00; yellow dip $1 65; vir
gin $1 65.
New York, Oct. B.—Rice steady.
New Orleans, Oct. 8.-Rice unchanged.
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos.
(Through John 8. Ernent. Southern \fana<jer.)
New York. Oct. 8.-Cotton has certainly fur
nLVed two 6Ui3vi*OA to-dav. The first in the
THE MOKXING NEWS: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1887.
advices from Liverpool, where an advance was
expected, and the second iu New York, where
the foreign advices were expected to furnish
the ammunition for an assault ou prices. (Mir
cables state that Liverjxxd exjxvts a bureau
report of 79, and that they are no longer dis
posed to follow the advance. The large spot
sales in that market are strange iu the face of
the indisposition uf buyers to go on with pur
chases from this side, and we find the same
state of affairs existing in the South from the
frev offers made this afternoon The Cotton
WovUi (succeeding the National Cotton Ex
change) furnished an estimate of the condition
of the crop, giving it at 80.1, with the following
averages by States: Virginia 83, North Carolina
85, South Carolina 85, Georgia 80, Florida hi.
Alabama 81, Mississippi 80, Louisiana 81. Arkun
sas77. Tennessee 76, Texas 78. This report is
thought to foreshadow the bureau report ex
l>ect**d on Monday, and it has had the effect of
strengthening our future market. The market
has been hardening on the entire day, and sell
ers have been few and far between, so that the
execution of orders of any magnitude has been
difficult, while the greater part of our larger
operators do not seem disposed to follow the
advance. The rise of the past week has been so
constant as to prevent them from taking a
stand ou the short side. They think an advance
at the moment would be premature, when
Europe shows so plainly a disposition to refrain
from buying on the basis now reached. We
should say the feeling In the Exchange is one of
fear to fight the advance further, but that this
disposition without support from outside cor
ners may lead to reaction. %
Sun Risks 5:59
SuhSets 5 :36
High Water at Savannah. .. .12 21 a u. 1:01 p u
Sunday, Oct 9, lt>B7.
Steamship City of Augusta. Catharine, New
York—C G Anderson, Agent.
Schr Island City, Voorhees, Baltimore, with
merchandise to order; vessel to Dale, Dixon
Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen's Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson, Manager.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY.
Bark Mustang (Nor), Birkeland, Santos, in
ballast—Holst & Cos.
ARRIVED AT TYBEE YESTERDAY.
Bark Aouila (Aus), Tichiaz, Genoa, in ballast—
M S Cosulich & Cos.
CLE ARE D* YESTERDAY.
Steamship Nacooohee, Kempton, New York—
C G Andersop.
Bark Sirena(Aus), Cosulish, Genoa—M S Cosu
lich & Cos.
Steamship A moor (Br), Liverpool.
New York, Oct 6—Cleared, bark John F Rott
man, Nash. Fernandina; sclir Andrew Nebinger,
Smith, King's Ferry
Sailed, steamships Edinburgh (Br), Brunswick:
Genoa, Oct 2—Arrived, ship Indus (Ital), Riek
Prawle Point, Oet 6—Passed, bark Livingstone
(Nor), Sakkestadt, Pensacola for Delfzyl.
Apalachicola, Oct 6—Arrived, bark Fredsal
(Nor), Norlierg, Buenos Ayres \ia Pensacola;
schr Anna Cook, Galveston.
Boston, Oct o—Arrived, sehrs L A Burnham.
Watts, 6t Simon's, Ga; Agues I Grace, Hatch,
Port Royal, S C.
Baltimore, Oct o—Cleared, schr City of Jack
sonville, Stillwell, Jacksonville.
Cape Henry, Oct s—Passed, schr, supposed
the San Domingo, Bennett, from Feruandina for
Washington, D C.
Georgetown, I) C, Oct 6—Arrived, schr E A
Gaskill, Wilson, Fernandina.
Fernandina, Oct 6—Arrived, brig Leonora,
Monroe, Brunswick; schr Bessie Whiting, Day
ton. New York.
Jacksonville, Oct 4 Arrived, sehrs Red Wing,
Johnson, Bangor; Ida C Schoolcraft, Booye,
Cleared, schr E V Glover, Ingersoll. New York.
Philadelphia, Oct <s—Arrived, sehrs Pearl of
Orr's Island, Cbristopben, St Augustine; Wm H
Hopkins, Barrett, Paiatka.
Delaware Breakwater, Oct s—Passed out,
steamship Cartagena (Kr). Philadelphia for Sa
Portsmouth, N H, Oct 6—Sailed, schr Peter H
Crowell, Olsen, Fernandina, to load for New
Vineyard Haven, Oct 6 Arrived, sehrs Mag
gie G ft art. Williams, Boston for Brunswick:
Bloomer, Buell, Boothbay for Pensacola; former
Fernandina, Oct B—Arrived and cleared to re
turn, steamship Yemassee, Platt. New York;
arrived, bark New Zealand (Nor), Johnsen,
Buenos Ayres: sehrs Henry P Mason, Percy,
and ('has F Fabens, Howe, Boston; Emma
Heather. Lacy. Philadelphia.
New York, Oct 8- Arrived out, steamship La
Gascogne. New York for Havre; Weiland, New
York for Hamburg.
Per Central Railroad, Oet 8—6,794 bales cot
ton. 10 hales yarn, 15 bales domestics. 2 pkgs
paj>er. 20 bales hides, 8 rolls leather, 1,003 lbs
feathers, (K) pkgs tobacco, 2,804 lbs bacon, 115
bbls rosin, 18 bbls spirits turpentine, 10 bbls
meal, 545 lbs fruit. 2u bf bbls beer. 180 qr bbls
beer, 15 bbls whisky. 30 bbls flour, 109 head hogs,
2 horses, 43 bushels rice, 13 cars lumber, 105
tons pig iron, 4 pkgs machinery, 134 pkgs mdse,
3 pkgs carriage material. 2? bales paper stock. 6
pkgs empties, 50 bbls cotton seed oil, 7 cars cot
ton seed. 88 keys w lead. 57 pkgs hardware, 17
bales plaids. 82 cases eggs. 9 cafs coal.
Per Savannah, Florida anJ Western Railway,
Oct 8—2,06-1 1 wiles cotton. 43 > bbls rosin. 271
bbls spirits turpentine, 17 cars lumber. 1 car
wheels. 1 car wood, 413 empty kegs, 49 empty
bbls, 17 bales hides, 1 car iron. 1 car cattle, 16
bbls whisky, 35 pkgs paper, 117 boxes oranges,
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Oct
8—67 bales cotton, 54 bbls rosin. 1 car furniture,
14 bbls potatoes, 10 bbls rice. 15 sacks iieanuts
51 caddies tobacco. 10 boxes tobacco. 16 cases
goods, 3 bbls whisky. 10 bdls brooms.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings—274 bales cotton. 150 bbls rosin,
62 bids spirits turpentine, 1 bbl bottles, 3 bbls
potatoes, 1 pkg harness. 1 bdl bedding 2 coops
chickens, 2 boxes eggs, 1 bbl eggs, 1 bale hides,
41 sacks rice.
Per bark Sireua (Am), for Genoa—3.Bls bbls
resin, weighing 1,751,890 pounds; 8,400 white oak
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
way landings -J W Boykin, Miss Boykin, Mas
ter Boykin. RH Ex ley. Miss Rushing, Miss S
Mfttzvar. Mrs Ex ley. Miss Arnold.
Per steamship City Augusta, from New York
—L J Dinkier. V L Silva. Capt Blair and wife,
Catherine Cusker, Miss G Gurney, Miss M En
gel hard t, Miss Z Abbott, A K D donest. U Fuller,
P Hurley. A W Sandlev, M J Lutz, J K Russell,
Miss L Deßenne, A \V Davis, Mrs J K Russell
and child. Mrs II J Porter, J (’ Crocker and
wife, W II Hatsenplug, C H MBs K
Ilassenplug, Miss .1 Hassenplug, K Deßeane,
A B Jeffers, W A Gilberr, Mis* E Warfield,
Mrs D B Hull and infant, M Livingston and
wife. Dyer Pearle and wife, J M Alexander and
wife, G A Whitehead Jr. tf A Schreiner. Miss M
Sagers, Mrs A M Sagers, Mrs M A Hammond, 13
Joseph, Miss L J Gould, Miss.N Waring, Mrs G
Hollinshed, Mrs G Hutchinson, ESastmAn, J W
Burke Steerage—E Rodriauez, II Shagen, T
Hark, E 31 Brav. J Gunner, w Fien. F Friesen.
H Atkinson, (' Hartfelder, N Olsen, W McFall, J
Me Fall, J Knox, P Griffin.
Jersey City will have a tax rate of $2 90 per
S lOO the coining year.
COTTON SEED WANTED.
Per Bushel (sl4 per ton) paid for good
Delivered in Carload Lots at
Southern Cota Oil Cos. Mills
Price subject to change unless notified of ac
ceptance for certain quantity to bo shipped hy a
ful nr- dale. Address nearest mill as above.
it the Head of the Heap!
A ND only our second fall season. Being very
xY busy since Sept. Ist with our Custom De
partment, we have neglected to inform our
Friends and the public at large that wo have on
hand and ready for inspection one of tno most
complete lines of
For all shape men, boys and youths ever ex
hibited in our Forest City.
Our style of doiue business STRICTLY ONE
PRICE TO ALL, with each and every article
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES (which has met
with so much favor since we commenced busi
ness! is sufficient to guarantee satisfaction in
We have every department complete,
Hats, Trunks, Valises,
Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
to which we call particular attention to styles,
assortment and prices. Our specials this season
are as fo lows:
Special Custom Department—Armenian Natu
ral Wool Sanitary Underwear (recommended by
all physicians), Screven's Patent Elastic Seam
Drawers |to seat in) them is to buy them], Earl
& Wilson’s Collars and Cuffs, Ward's Reversible
Linen Covered Paper Collars, Chocolate Color
Imitation Camel Hair Underwear, Miller's New
York Fine Stiff and Silk Hats.
Our buyer is at present in New York, where
he will bi for the next ten days, ami the public
can depend on anything new or novel in our
line which has come out since the season
Remember the number, 163 CONGRESS
STREET, opposite the market.
APPEL & sen atl;
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
HATTERS AND GENT’S FURNISHERS.
We are pleased to announce that we are now
exhibiting samples from which to
make selections for
Clothing to Order,
and feel confident that this season will add
greatly to our already widespread popularity 10
this branch of our business.
We are showing all the newest designs, colors
and textures of materials, the l>est productions
of foreign and domestic markets, and guaran
tee stylish, easy and graceful fitting garments,
thoroughly made, and at moderate prices.
We would advise the placing of orders with
us early, that the garments mav be finished in
time. Although we have largely increased our
facilities in this department we may not be able
to keep pace with the demand later on.
If goods do not please in every particular our
customers are requested not to take them.
Satisfaction is guaranteed.
To our old customers we make the above an
nouncement. satisfied with the result
Of those who have never dealt with us we ask
a trial. Respectfully,
AN ALL-WOOL SUIT WITH
EXTRA PANTS AND CAP TO
MATCH FOR BOYS FROM 4
TO 14 YEARS FOR
161 CONGRESS ST„
B. H. LEVY & BRO.
STOVES AND FURNACES.
We are now getting in our HEATING
STOVES, and have already commenced a run
on them. Let us have your ordei-s and get
everything fixed for the first cold snap without
LOVELL & LATTiiViORE,
HARDWARE AND STOVES,
Congress Strpnt, Savannah, On.
We have removed to 167
Broughton, three doors west
of Barnard (formerly oeeu
pied by Mr. Cormack Hop
COBHWELL & CHIPWAH.
W. J. MARSHALL. H. A. M'LSOO.
MARSHALL & McLEOD,
Auction aud General fomnissiou Merchants,
Real Estate and Stocks and Bonds,
Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.
ATTENTION GIVEN TO RENTING OF
HOUSES AND COLLECTING RENTS.
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
City Mabsuui/h Omci, I
Savannah, Ga., October 4th. IW. (
ON the FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER,
INBT, between the lawful hour, of sale, be
fore the Court House door, in tile city of Saian
nah. Chatham county. Georgia, and under the
direction of the Committee on Public Rales and
City I-iOta, will lie aold the following property,
for arrears of ground rent due the Mayor and
AJdeniien of the city < Savannah:
J/>t number six (6 > Calhoun ward and the im
provements thereon, ten (10/ <piarterK ground
rent due by William M. Davidson
ROBERT J. WADE,
ECKST E IN’S!
ELEGANT DISPLAY OF 1
Fall Novelties in Silks, Velvets, Robes
and Dress Goods.
We are Showing a Very Large and Superior Stock of Imported Silks in Surahs,
Rhadames, Merveilleux, Gros Grains, Faille, Francaise,
Armures, Ottomans, Moire, Brocade
One Special Bargain in Surah, at sl.
One Special Bargain in Gros Grains at Sse.
One Special Bargain in Rhatlames at 75c,
One Special Bargain in Armures at $1 85.
One Special Bargain in Watered at #1 15.
In Suit and Dress Goods we have this season the finest; assortment wo have ever
brought out. MR. GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN has spared neither time, labor or money to
place before the ladies of Savannah the richest line of novelties of both imported and
domestic manufactures. Fine Combination Suits $7 50 to S4O. Fine Plain and Fancy
Suiting 15c. to $5 yard, Fine Fancy Velvets and Plushes 50c. to $lO yard.
Special—One case Double Width Cashmeres 80c., worth 40c.
One lot All-Wool Extra Wide Plain Colors and Fancy Dress Goods 49c. yard, worth 75c.
One lot All-Wool 0-4 Tricots, in Navy Blue, Bottle Green, Seal Brown, Garnet, Gray,
Tan and Black, at 70c. yard; they are sold everywhere else at 85c.
FLANNELS for Sacks, FLANNELS for Wrappers, FLANNELS for Dress Goods,
FLANNELS for Children's Dre-ses, FLANNELS for Infants’ Cloaks, FLANNELS for
Genets’ Shirts, FLANNELS for Skirts. In fact we have the prettiest variety of Fancy
Flalinels you could wish to see.
Scarlet Medicated Flannel 35c. yard. Take a sample and see if you can match it at 45c.
We are offering Fine White Wool Flannels at 50c. yard, inches wide. You can’t buy
it regular under (Vic.
Bargains in Fine California Wool Blankets, Crib, Cradle and Carriage Blankets.
11-4 White Wool Blankets at #:! 75, worth $5.
4-Button Roal Kid Gloves, in the new Tan Shades, Embroidered Backs, 75c. pair.
The New Oxydized Silver anil White Metal Girdles 85c., 30c., 50c., 75c.
Just Received a New Line of Gents’ Fall and Winter Suitings
and Pantaloon Cloths.
ECKSTEIN’S POPULAR STORES.
Opeig of fc Fall Season 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. We 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.
S. KROUSKOFFS MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOUSE,
RANGES, STOVES, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
CLARKE & DANIELS
Dealers in Portable Ranges, Cooking, Parlor, Office and
Laundry Stoves, and a nice line of House Furnishing Goods,
Table Cutlery, Plated and Pearl Agate Ware, Coal Hods
Sifters, etc. Also, agent for the celebrated Charter Oak,
which is guaranteed to do absolutely perfect cooking, pro
ducing the food juicy, tender and thoroughly cooked, and*a
saving of 30 per cent, of the nutriment and cost attained
with more economy of fuel and less labor than any cooking
apparatus made Their appliance for heating water for
pressure boilers is the simplest and most effective yet devised.
Our Ranges and Stoves are selected for their conve
nience, easy operation and durability. They are sold as
cheap as any of the same quality, weight and finish can be
Our desire to please, combined with long practical expe
rience at the business, enables us to warrant the successful
operation of every one sold by us, or we will refund the
money willingly. Call and examine or send for circular.
Corner Whitakar and York Streets, Savannah, G-eororia.
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.
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.,
135 RItO Uci IITON STREET .
0k OmWiiiiOh ■
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
“TW do hereby certify that we. supervise the
arrangements/or all the Monthly and Semi-
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
good faith toward all parties, and u>e authorise
the Company to use this certijk'ate, with f'U>
similes of our signature* attached , in its adver
We the vndersiqned Banks and Ba nkers wdl
patj all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
teries iru he presented at rmr counters .
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 1 s>S for 2.% years by the Legis
lature for Educational and CuArit&blo purposes
—with a capital of $1,000,000 to which a reservo
fund of over sf>so.(V<o has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
chise was made a part of the present State con
stitution, adopted December *id, A. D. IH7U.
The only Lottery ever voted on and indorsed
by the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single .\umher Drawing* taka
place monthly, ami the Seinl-Alineal Draw
inkn regularly every li.t month* (June and
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WII
A FORTIFYB. TENTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS K, IN THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY. October 11,
lkS7—'JOJth Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
(y Notice—Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, $5; Fifths, $2; Tenths, sl.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $150.000.. $150,008
I GRAND PRIZE OF 50,000.. . 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000.... 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000.... 30.000
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000. .. 20,000
20 PRIZES OK 1,000 ... 20,000
50 PRIZES OF 500.. 25.000
100 PRIZES OF 300. .. 30,000
200 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
1.000 Terminal “ 50... 50,000
2,179 Prizes, amounting tj $535,000
Application for rates to elubs should be made
only to the office of the Couu>any in New Or
For further information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordi
nary fetter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
addressed M. A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. U.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK.
New Orleans, La.
RFMFMRFR That the presence of Gen
r\ L. I VI L. IVI DL. r\ era i s Beauregard and
Early, who are in charge of the drawings, is a
guarantee of absolute fairness and integrity,
tirnt the chances are all equal, and that no ona
can possibly divine what number will draw a
ItEMK.MHEH that the payment of all Prizes
is 4l AHAYI'KKD BY FOUR NATIONAL
BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets ara
signed by the President of an Institution whoss
chartered rights are recognized in the highest
Courts; therefore, beware of any mutations or
( KM EXT "
A CARCtO OF
DIRECT FROM EUROPE,
—FOR SALE LOW BY—
The Great Southern Portrait Company,
L. 13. DAVIS,
Secretary and Manager of the Great South
ern Portrait Company.
AN inspection of samples of our Portraits at
our office, with Davis Bros., 42 and 44 Bull
street, will greatly interest those who contem
plate having small pictures of themselves, their
friends, living and deceased, copied and enlarged
Ui OIL, WATER COLOR. INDIA INK, PAS
TELLE and CRAYON. We guarantee a per
fect likeness and excellence of work. We have
about, TWENTY DIFFERENT STYLES ANB
GRADES IN SIZES OF ENLARGED POR
TRAITS from Bxlo to 50x90, and our prices are
from $2 to S3OO each. EMPLOY FORTY ART
ISTS; been twenty-six years in the business;
have a ti,9)o candle-power ELECTRIC LIGHT,
and are fully prepared with all proper expedi
tion and skill to execute all orders promptly
and satisfactorily. We resjiectfully solicit your
orders. L. B' DAVD3
Secretary and Manager The Great Southern
NEW HOTEL TOGNL
(Formerly St. Mark's.)
Newnan Street, near Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
WINTER AND SUMMER.
THE MOST central House in the ci y. Near
Post Office, Street Cars and all Ferries.
New and Elegant Furniture. Electrio Bells.
Baths, Etc. $2 50 to $3 per day.
JOHN B. TOGNI. Proprietor.
DUB’S SCREVEN HOUSE.
fpHIS POPULAR Hotel is now provided with
A a Passenger Elevator (the only one in the
city) and has been remodeled and newly fur
nished. The proprietor, who hv recent purchase
is also the owner of the establishment, spares
neither pains nor excuse in the entertainment
of his guests. The patronage of Florida visit
ors is earnestly invited. The table of the
Screven House" Is supplied with every luxury
that the markets at home or abroad can afford.
l. a. McCarthy,
Successor to Chas. E. Wakefield,
PLUMBER, GAS and STEAM FITTER,
43 Barnard street, SAVANNAH, GA.