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~ SAVANNA3 MARKET.
OFFICE OK THE MORNING NEWS. *
Savannah, Ga., Oct., 13. 4p. m. f
CoTTfN— The market was quiet in the early
part of the day. but later on it was very u.m
and active at advancing prices. The total sales
for the (lay were 2,792 bales. On ’Change
at the opening call, at 10 a. in., the market
was reported firm and asking higher, but quo
tations were unchanged, with sales of til bales.
\t the second call, at 1 p. m., it was firm
at an advance of 1-lCe all round, the sales being
t %l bales. At tbe third and last call it closed
firm at a further advance of 1-lfic for all grades,
and with further sales of 314 bales. The fol
lowing arc the official closing spot quotations
ef the*Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair. * Wa
Good middling 9! 1R
Middling 0 15-18
Cow middling Kvj
svo Island— The market remains quiet and
unchanged. There was considerable looking
around on the part of buyers, and some httsi
nes s doing, but to v.-hat extent was not made
public. We quote:
Medium Id @
Good 19 <7b
Fine - 194*(&30
1 Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Oct. 13, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
Idand j u P ,aud hland. \ u P Umd j
Stock ou hand Sept. 1 j 575 6.SIH 1,146! 4.304;
Received to-day ... 9,380. j 8.721;
i Received previously 1,077 266,439 964: 180, 139 j
! Total | 1,662; 282,637 2,110; 193.164;
Exported to-day J MB4 229 j 2.853
Exported previously j 5611 157,224 678i 94,476;
| Total 561 160,708 902 97.329
Stock baud and onsbip
j hoard this day .\\ 1,091; 121,929,1 1,208, 9i>35
Rice —The market is still quiet and prices
lower to sell. The sales for the day were 275
barrels. At the Board of Trade fair was re
ported as nominal and other grades quiet, at
the following official quotations, though small
job lots are held higher:
Fair 4J*?(^ —
Good 4*‘^(f6 —
Tide water Si
Country lots 90vgU 00
Naval Storks- The market for spirit*turpen
tine was quiet, but very firm. The sales for
the day were only 50 casks at 31 for regu
lars, aiid the same trice was bid for more, but
refused. At the Board of Trade on the open
ing call the market was reported firm at 31c
for regulars. At the closing call it was firm
at 31t|c for regulars. Rosin—The market is
still quiet, but very steady and unchanged.
The sales for the day were about 976 barrels.
At the Board of Trade on the first call the
market was reported steady, with sales of 96
barrels at the following quotations: A, B, C
and 1) 90c, K 95c. F 97V$<*. G and H $1 00,
1 $1 05, K $1 25, 51 SI 35, N Si 55, window glass
$2 10, water white $2 60. At the closing call it
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-day 72) 2,105
Received previously 126,434 321,628
Total 129,697 401.141
Exported previously 116,061 331,417
Total .116,061 331.417
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 13,636 69.724
Receipts same day last year 185 1,758
Financial—Money is easy.
Foeujn Exchange— The market is active.
Commercial demand, $4 81V6; sixty days, S4 <8414;
ninety days, $4 77; francs, Paris and Havre,
commercial, sixty days, $5 29; Swiss, $5 29%:
marks, ninety days, 93%.
Railroad Ronds— Market quiet. Savannah.
Florida and Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6 per e nt interest, coupons Octooer,
114 bid, 116 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first luort
gage consolidated 7 per cent , coupons Janu
ary and July, maturity 1897, 114 bid, 115
asked; Central consolidated mortgage 7 per
cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1893,
110 % bid, 111 V& asked: Georgia railroad 6s, 1897,
106 bid, 108 asked; .Mobile and Girard second
mortgage indors *d S per cent, coupons January
and July, maturity, 1884, 102 bid, asked;
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per
cent, indorsed by Central railroad, lOObg bid.
108 asked; Marietta and North Georgia first
mortgage. 50 year -. 6 per cent, 100 bid, 101 J/o
asked; Chari nu*, Columbia and Augusta first
mortgage. 11l bid, 112 asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia and Augusta second mortgage, 110
asked; Western Alabama second mortgage
indorsed 8 per cent. 106 l id, 107 asked; South
Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid, 120
asked; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid, 116 asked: Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, bid,
112 asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and South
ern first mortgage guaranteed, 115 bid,
asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship
6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Central
railroad, 102 W bid, 103 asked; Gainesville.
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus and
Rome first mortgage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad, 104 bid, 106 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 percent guaranteed, 107 asked;
City and Suburban railway first mortgage 7 per
cent, 108)4 bid, 109 asked.
Bank Stocks— Nominal. Southern Bank of
Wie State of Georgia. 198 bid, 202 asked; Mer
chants’National Bank. 158 bid, 162 asked; Sa
vannah Bank and Trust Company, 95 bid, 97
asked; National Bank of Savannah, 120 bid,
121 asked; Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Com
pany, 107 bid, 108 asked.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH*
New York, Oct. 13. noon.—Stocks firm and
active. Money easy at j>er cent. Ex
change—long, $4 81 ‘4; short, $4 85. State bonds
dull but steady. Government bonds dull.
6:00 p. in.—Exchange active and strong at
$4 824r4 86J4. Money easy at 4tss percent.,
closing offered at 4. ” Sub-Treasury balances- -
Gold, $132,338,000; currency $12,361,000. Gov
eminent bonds dull but strong lor fours; four
percents 12'U: four and a half per cents 108.
State bonds dull but steady.
lue stock- market to day was very active,
feverish and irregular, but most of the time
firm to strong. Efforts to depress prices were
concentrated, especially on grangers. St. Paul
in particular was force 1 down 2 points. Stories
"fa reduction in the Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy dividend, by cuts in freight rates, sup
plemented by free selling of those stocks, were
made the utmost use of, and the strength in
foreign exchange wa; also a factor ou the bear
raid. There was undoubtedly some covering
'luring the day. which aided materially, bring
ing about frequent raids, and Mward the de
livery hour purchases of Reading assumed
large proportions, and the upward movement
heeiui ie still more decided. The clique support
was very apparent, and the feeling or depression
entirely disappeared, though me temper of the
loom was not sp daily bullish The opening
'v-is active and generally weak, and remained
quite weak in early dealings after a lew small
advances. The improvement became notice
able toward 11 O'clock, but grangers than be
came leaders in the weakness. After uoon a
stronger toue developed, with marked decrease
in business. Intliejast hour a more and cidediv
strong tone was shown, and everything ad
vanned to the bent prices reached. The close
was strong at or near the highest figure- of the
day. and almost everything higher. Total sales
517,000 shares. Tho following were the closing
Ala. class A, 2to 5.104*4 New Orleans Fa-
Ala, class B, ss. 105* citlc, Ist mort... HI
Georgia 7s, mort.. 105 N. Y Cent lal lOlGj
N. Carolina 65. ... 121)4 Norf. AW. ;>ref... 36) j
N. ( 'aroluja 45... .95 Nor. Pacific.. ... 21)4
So. Caro, vfirown) *' pref... 45U
consols 105 Pacific Mail 85
Tennessee s t 7n Itoaling 6l> d
Virginia 6h 48 Richmond A Ale.. *>
Vft. consolidated. 5 Richmond A* BanvlTO
Gli'peake& Ohio. 4 Kichnt'd Jt W. t*t. 223 £
Nor Oi western IOHV4 Rock Island 118) 4
“ preferred . 139 St. Paul 'PL
Bela.and Lack .125 “ preferred .113
Brie s>6J4 Texas Pacific 28%
Tennessee... *J9& Tenn. Coal & Iron. 2lj>4
Lake Shore 9 ! 1 1 Union Pacific 46
L'ville A’ Nash.... N. J. Central 73tg
Memphis Char. 47 Missouri Pacific... 91’4
Mobile JSt Ohio l\)% Western Union... 76
Ntili. Chatt’a.. 70 Cotton Oil oertifi.. 23J6
Liverpool Oct. Fi, 12:50 p. m.— Cotton firm
ami in good demand ; middling uplands 5 3-ltkl,
middling Orleans o' frl: l is 12,*00 bales, for
speculation and export 2,U00 bates; receipts
0,000 bales—ail American.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 8-Has 9-64d; (October and No
vember 5 6-64-q 5 7 b id; November and December
5- did; December and January 5 7*64d; January
and February 5 5-0 hq, 5 fi-04d; February and
March ft 7-04d; March and April 5 8-04®
5 9-64d; April and Ma.y 5 l3-04d: May
and June 5 13-64d. Market steady at the ad
2 p. m.—The sales to-day included 0,600 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 9-64d. buyers; October and No
vember 5 7-U4d, buyers; November end Decem
ber 5 (>o4d, value; December and January
5 6-04d, value; January and February 5 6 6 id,
Buyers; February and. March 5 i niu,buyers;
March and Aprils 9-64d, buyers: April and May
5 11 04d, buyers; M ty an i June 5 13 04 1. buyers.
New York, Oct. 13. noon.—Cotton firm; mid
dling uplands 9 7-16 c, middling Orleans 9 9-16 e;
sales 1* bales.
Futures—Market, opened Arm. with sales as
follows: October delivery 9 45e, November 9 35c,
December 9 35c, January U 42c, February 9 52c,
March 9 69c.
5:00 p. m.—Market closed firm; middling
uplands 9 7-lOc, middling Orleans 9 916 c; saies
to-day 214 bales; net receipts bales, gross
Futures-Market dosed active and strong,
with sales of 225,800 bales, as follows: October
delivery 9 56®9 57c, November 9 49®9 60c, De
cember 9 50c, January 9 67(g,9 58c. February
9 6; 68c. March 9 77(<.' 9 7sc, May 9 93®9 94c.
Green & Co.'s report on cotton futures says:
“Active trading and buoyant prices have
characterized the market for cotton options to
day. All ’months were in demand, and while
occasional periods of w eakness seemed to de
velop, offerings were quickly and promptly
taken care of, and the advancing tendency re
ceived anew impetus. Liverpool improved
somewhat, but the principal influences are to
be found in the universal strength of reduced
estimates of the crop as indicated by the recent
official report. The advance amounted to I9d£
2u points, closing at the highest level of the
day, with the tone very strong and a little ex
cited on the limited amount of offering."
Galveston, Oct. 13.—Cotton strong; middling
Bv6c; net receipts 7.002 bales, gross 7,1*02: sales
707 bales; stock 58,05)2 bales; exports, to Great
Britain 209 bales, to tho continent 4,041, coast
Norfolk, Oct. 13.—Cotton steady: middling
9 1-Hc; net receipts 2.719 bales, gross 2,719;
sales 1,755 bales; stock 20,052 bales; exports,
coastwise 967 bales.
Baltimore, Oct. 13.—Cotton steady; middling
OVgc; net receipts bales gross 2!S; sales none;
stock 6.170 bales; sales to spinners 50 I vales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 3.121 bales, coastwise 75.
Boston. Oct. 13. Cotton quiet; middling 9}£c;
net receipts 1,248 bales, gross 1.545; sales none;
stock ii-cic: exports, to Great Britain 1,558 bales.
Wilmington. Oct. 13.—Cotton Arm; middling
B%c; net receipts 1.043 bales, gross 1,043; sales
none; stock 32,358 bales.
Philadelphia, Oct. 13.—Cotton quiet: middling
9V*jc; net receipts 35 bales, gross 35; stock
Nkw Orleans, Oct. 13.—Cotton steady; mid
dling 9c; net receipts 12.432 bales, gross
14.021; sales 7,000; stock 138,484 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 4,314 Dales.
Mobile, Oct. 13.—Cotton strong and active:
middling B*>4c; net receipts 1,004 bates, gross
1.112; sales 1.500 bales: stock 13,268 bales; ex
port-*, coastwise 1,021 bait's.
Memphis, Oct. 13.—Cotton Arm; middling
BAjc; receipts 4.229 bales; shipments 3,630;
saies 3,000; stock 62,357 bales.
Augusta. Oct. 13.—Cotton firm; middling B*4c;
receipts 2,131 bales; sales IvlB21 v l82 bales.
Charleston, Oct. 13.-*-Cotton firm; middling
9c; net receipts 3.727 bales, gross 3,727; sales
7,500; stock 51.002 bales; exports, to the conti
nent 4,050 Dales, coastwise 10 001.
Atlanta, Oct. 13. —Cotton-middling 8 13-16 c;
receipts 1,355 bales.
New York. Oct. 13.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 39.725 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 2J,403 bales, to the continent
12.145 bales; stock at all American ports 505,571
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool, Oct. 13, 12:30 p. m.—Wheat firm,
with fair demand; holders offer moderately.
Corn firm, with fair deman 1. Lard, prime
Western 33s fid.
New York, Oct. 13, noon.—Flour steady.
Wheat better. Corn quiet and firm. Fork
quiet and weak; mess $15@,15 2c. Lard steady
at SO 89. Old mess pork $l4 25(2*1 i 50. Freights
5:00 p. m.—Southern flour steady: common to
fair extra $3 25@-4 00, good to c hoice $1 10@
4 85. Wheat—options ruled very dull, with con
tinued absence of features, closing t£(§*/4 c
higher and firm: spot steady and unchanged;
No. 2 red, October delivery 81 ‘4c. November
81 ; >4(3 81-4jc. Corn \ -4(g:J4c lower and moderately
active; options without quotable change and
dull: No. 2, October delivery ; Novem
ber 51?6'&51We. Oats Bj'n and less ac
tive; No. 2, October delivery -*•£, 32%c; No
vember 32>fce; No. 2. spot Hops
steady. Coffee, fair Rio, on spot quiet at
options 29-L3O points lower, closing heavy; No.
7 Rio. October delivery 17 50c: November 17 55
(<£,l7 05c, December L 70(01.17 90c; May :7 60c.
Sugar steady and in fair demand; centrifugal
5 : *@5%0, fair refining sc; refined active and
linn; standard A powdered Mo
lasses quiet but steady. Cotton seeJ oil quoted
at 32Ujc for crude, refined nominal. Hides quiet.
Wool quiet. Pork steady. Beef quiet and firm.
Middles dull and nominal. Lard unchanged,
closing firm; Western steam, on spot $0 77U
(§p3 80, November delivery $6 57®6 61. Freights
Chicago, Oct. 18.—'Wheat trading to-day was
light, in fact the market was quite dull most, of
the session, but at the. same time the feeling
was st ' idy. Liverpool was quoted quiet end a
shade lower, and this caused an easy feeling
early here and a slight decline. Later the mar
ket became stronger under fair buying, in
fluenced by the rumor that freight engagements
hail been made at Duluth to move out a large
quantity of wheat—reported at 1.030.000 busii
els. Receipts, too, in the Northwest were
smaller, while exports from the seaboard ports
were larger, aggregating 107,000 bushels. These
features, together with freight engagements for
370,000 bushels here yesterday, attracted some
attention. The quality of wheat arriving shows
no improvement, out of fifty-six cars inspet t and
into store only seven cars grading No. 2. ana of
these two were old wheat, closing about the
same a> yesterday. May sold at
and closed at 77%e. Corn wan dull but steady,
with trading limited and confined to local ope
rators. No new outside features were brought
to bear on the market, which was governed en
tirely by local influences. The market opened
at about yesterday s closing, fluctuated within
1,4 e range and closed a shade firmer than yester
day. Receipts were less than anticipated and
estimates for to-morrow somewhat larger. It
was rep u ted that Western roads had reduced
rates 5c per hundred on corn from lowa. Toe
demand lor the better grades was fair, while
lower grades were in good demand and prices
without, special change. There were 373,5 1)
bushels inspected out of store yesterday, and
lake engagements were mad* today for 50,000
bushels. Oats were in good shipping demand.
Arrivals were not large, and the sample market
ex hi bit ed a good dea 1 of st rength. On the regu
lar market trade, which is speculative mainly,
was quite small. Ericas, notwithstanding t,:us
faer. ruled without material change from
yesterday's quotations. Provisions were slow
imd prices without change of importance. Re
ceipts of hogs were larger and nrices lower.
Tufs had a weakening effect on holders of pro
due * imd induced them to sell more freely, and
slight declines were recorded on lard and short
ribs. Mess pork received more attention and
advanced a shade, selling at_ $l2 17%(&12 25 for
January and closed at $l2 25 bid. Lard for Oc
tober sold at sfi 2i'U(q).6 32U and closed at $6 30.
Jnnimrv sold” at $6 30<&fi 3.% Light sales of
October short ribs were made at $7 l5,
on 1 January at $6 !s<aC 22Vi*. Late in the day
( ictober ribs went to $r 10, wliich was the clos
" l'asli quotations were as follows: Flour dull
amt unchanged. Wheat, No. 2 spring
69)'.: No. 3 spring 65c: No. 2 red 7 2C0 . .'Vc- Com,
No 2 41W* bid. Oats, No. 2. 24c. Mess
nork $l3 5(K'/ 1400 Lard, per 100 lbs, sfi 32 4.
fchort rib sides, loose, $7 00. Dry salted shoul
a,„.s hoxi'd >•' 00(3' 5 70. Short clear sides,
boxed, ?; 10(5 7 45. Whisky $1 10.
Loading future* range 1 as follows:
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat —
Oct. dulivery.... WW
Nov. delivery.... 70>-4 *1
(John. No. 3 ....
Oct. delivery... *}s *\%
Nov. delivery— 41 Vt 4l^S
Oath. No. 3
Oct. delivery— 38 .... ..••
Nov. delivery — 35% ....
Jail^delivery!. .#l3 SO *l2 25 $l2 25
Oct. delivery $8 37% $8 $8 SO
Nov. delivery.... 8 35 6 35 6 35
Shout Ribs— . ..
Oct, delivery l! "> $. 10 $7 10
Jan. delivery .... 6 30 6 20 6 30
Baltimore, Oct. 18.—Flottr steady and ouiet;
Howard street and Western superfine $2 37<-A
a extra s*tX%3tf, family $3 750 4 00, city
mills sup,M-fine $3 37®* 60, extra *3 00®3 62;
Rio brands $4 18® 4 60. Wheat Southern
steady red HOUe; amber H2@Hlc: Western
steady but dull; 'No. 2 winter red on spot 76%
fdTOe t; or n Southern easier; white 57@.Wc,
yellow s'l@67c. Western steady.
St Doris. Oct. IS.—Fiour in K<>o 1 demand
mid stromr. Wheat No 2red, cashid£ffic,
October delivery 7114 c. Corn cash -f ;4 r n 3>>vs,
Octoticr delivery 3!i%c. OaW- cosli -f-.c. Otto
hcr delivery 2fc bid. W hisky steady at $lO5.
Provisions '.vdfck; Pork, irregular new $l4 21.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887.
I ard $6 88. Dry snlt meats -boxed shoulders
$5 I-'.,, long clear s...es 2i. clear ribs ■'J7U,,
shor clear $T 07U. Paeon -dx ..xed shoulders
$8 on .Mi !;>*s, long clear JS 25, clear rilis $8
Q.S 45, short clear 75. Hams steady.
Cincinnati, Oct. 13.—Flour easy. Wheat
easier: No. 2 red 7544. Corn quiet; No. 2 mixed
44Wc. Oats firm: No. 2 mixed 2Slge. Provisions
—Pork (bill at Si 4. Lard scarce. $8 30 bid. Hulk
meats dull Bacon easier; short ribs $3 50, short
clear $s 75 Whisky steady at $1 05. Hoes
active and firm.
New Orleans. Oct. 13.—Sugars steady; new
Louisiana Oixm kettle. strictly prime Mjo; Lou
isiana cent rifugals. choice yellow clarified 8<&
6 1-tfac, prime yellow clarified 5 13- 10(y5'„e.
Molasses steady; Ix)uisiana open kettle, strictly
prime 40<3i50e. '
Louisvillb, Oct. 13.—Market quiet.
Liverpool. Oct. 13.—Spirits turpentine 26s Bd.
New York, Oct. 13, noon.—Spirits turpentine
quiet at 34c. Rosin quiet at $1
5:00 p. ra.—Rosin steady at $1 dVe, 1 12H>. Tur
pentine dull nt Hie.
Charleston, Oct. 18. —Spirits turpentine firm
at hie hid. Rosin firm; good strained S3c.
Wilmington, Oct. 13.— Spirits turpentine firm
at Sfijc. Rosin firm; strained She, good
strained 35c. Tar firm at $1 15. Crude turpen
tine firm; hard $1 00; yellow dip $1 65; vir
gin $1 65.
New Yop.k, Oct. 13.—Rice in moderate demand
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos.
(Through John S. Ernest, Southern Manager.)
New York. Oct. 13.—Tbe exceedingly active
and strong market of this afternoon was due to
the execution of some larxe orders, presumably
front tbe short interest, which had become un
easy under the consul it steadiness of prices
despite the dc -res ie;; indnetices of Wall street.
The circular of Messrs. Isttliani, Alexander *V
i to., putting tec crop at under 0,600, U0', was de
bated on 'Change this morning but the influ
ence locally was not marked, ami operators
were inclined to think that the top bad been
about reached. This feeling was evidently not
that of tho outside iuterest. and the buying is
largely attributable to their alarmed action,
coupled with the purchases of one leading local
trader, whose brokers were numerous. It is
thought that the sharp advance is justified by
any judicious measures of the condition of
the affairs, an 1 while Liverpool aud the other
foreign markets may be affected, it will need a
generous and com mued response to maintain
our quotations. Tne opening of Liverpool to
day was a disappoini ment. and we an* doubtful
if that market will follow purely speculative
Improvement here beyond a temporary recog
nition. which is but a: Krai with freer offerings
of cotton from the South, which may be expect
ed soon. The active demand having exhausted
tbe earlier receipts, we think the weight upon
prices will be more tliau ihey can bear.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
High Water at Savannah s:3B>a m. 6:04 p m
Friday, Oct 14, 1887.
Steamship Fos aiUa (Bn, I.t Templier, Boston,
in ballast -Paterson, Downing A Cos.
Sobr Martha S Bemcut, Townsend. New York,
with railroad iron to S, F A VV' Ry Cos; vessel to
Jos A Roberts .£ Cos.
Schr Harry I’u-scott, Doane, Boston, in bal
last— Mcl lonough & Cos.
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina, Feruandina and
wav landings 0 Williams. Agt.
Steamer Seminole. Strobhar, Beaufort, Port
Royal and Blufflod il A Strobhar, Manager.
Steamer l’<>i>e Catlin, Swift, Doboy, Darien
Steamship Kate Fawcett (Br), Young, Genoa
—Strachan A to.
Steamship City of Macon. Lewis, Boston—C
(4 Anderson, Agent.
DEPARTED YESTERD AY.
Steamer Popp Catlin. Swift. Doboy, Darien,
Brunswick and S.uilla River —Master.
Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen's Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson, Manager.
Steamship City of Macon, Boston.
Steamship Amaryllis (Br), Barcelona.
New York, Oct I!—Arrived, brig Clara Pick
ens. Eddy, Savannah.
Cleared, schi's Win Marshall. Melvin, Jackson
ville: Edward G Taulane, Barrett, Brunswick.
Sailed, bark John K Stanhope, Key West and
Buenos Ayres, Aug 18—Arrived, ship Kinburn
(Br), Looker, Pensacola.
Sailed 16th, barks Adele & Sabine (Nor),
Jorgensen, Pensacola: I.anercost (Nor), Morck.
do: 14th, Egero (Nor, 1 , Adrienseu, ho.
Montevideo, Sept 11--Arrived, bark Silvia
(Ital), Capellino, Pensacola.
Sailed 10th, ship Rosa Bonheur (Br), Williams.
London. Oct 11—Arrived, steamship Hatfield
(Br), Bevan. Port Royal, S C.
Rio Janeiro about Oct 6—Arrived, bark Fairy
Belle (Br), Colter, Brunswick.
Aspiuwall, Oct 10—Arrived, sehr W II Stuart,
Quebec. Oct 8- Sail -d. s eamship Grandholm
(Bri. Tnr.-e Rivers tor Savannah.
Rio Janeiro Sept 10—Sailed, ship True Briton
(Br). Weir, Pefisacoia.
Brunswick, Oct 6—Arrived, steamship Berbice
(Br). Walter, Maryport.
Bath. Me. Ou; n -hailed, schr Nellie V Rokes,
Galveston, Oct 11— Cleared, bark Levi S An
drews, Watts Pensacola.
Pensacola, Oct fa In quarantine, ship Magdala
(Non, Putteixon, from KioJaneiro; nark Mariet
ta 1) iltai), (lorgola, from Genoa.
11th. arrived, harks Isaac Benham (Nor),
Klaveness, Montevideo; Rurik(Rus), Lengstrom.
Cleared, ship Zimi (Bn, Lord, Cardiff; barks
Rlssetti C (Ital), Chicaro, Buenos Ayres; Eratio
(Non. Frii/:. Fecamp.
Puiladelphia. Oct 11—Arrived, schr Samuel
McMauemy, Virden, Fernandina.
Cleared, schr John R Penrose, Smith, Savan
Newcastle, Del, Oct 10 -Passed down, schr J
B Hamel Jr, Philadelphia for Savannah.
Perth Amboy, Oct IJ— Arrived, schr Austin D
Knight, Perrv. Fernandina.
New York,'Oct IH~ Arrived, steamship City of
Chicago from Liverpool.
Arrived out, steamship Brittanic, New York
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Washington. Oct 11—Notice is given by the
Light House Board that on or about November
1, 18,37, the rear light of the Delaware Breakwa
ter range v.iilbe visible along the Delaware
shore from the northward, between the Ix-armgs
SEIrS and S by L’hF. and from the southward
to a line hearing \\ SVV 1 ;;\\ . Between
andS by E it he aqptl" covering “The Shears”)
the light will not: be vfeil.de.
Vessels c lining down the bay on the east edge
of the red sector of Cape Henlopen light, arid
bound for the Breakwater, will be clear of the
lower end of "The Shears" when the rear Sight
of the Breakwater range becomes visible or;
the bearing Tnese bearings are from
The Board also gives nottce that the lighted
buoy off Cape Charles, entrance to Chesapeake
Bay, \ r a, has been discontinued.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Oct
13—61 bales cotton, 2 cars cattle, 1 car buggy
material. 8 tanks oil, 3 bbls tallow, 50 kegs beer,
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
Oct 18—1.883 bales cotton. 1.975 bbls rosin. 667
bbls spirits turpentine, 1 car lumber. 1 car coal,
1 car iron. 15 olds whisky, 600 boxes oranges, 310
boxes lemons. 330 sacks oats, 30 sacks rice, 18
bales hides, and mdse.
Perste i nor 8: Nm.iolss. from Fernandina and
way landings - ! b.ils moss, 16 boxes oranges, 1
lot h 1; goods, 1 tin tallow, 1 box hose, 2hf kegs
tobacco, 1 empty can, 4 calves, 1 pkg cigars,
Per steamship City of Macon, for Boston—
-2.004 bales cotton, 2 bales wool. 203 bales hides,
02 bale4domes tics. 144 bbls lice, 225 bbls rosin,
225 bbls spirits turpentine, 50.217 feet lumber,
653 boxes fruit, 249*4 tons pig iron, 381 pkgs
Per steamship Kate Fawcett (Br). for Genoa—
-3,484 bales upland cotton, weighing 1,672,786
Per steamer Pope Cutlin, from Brunswick and
way landings -Mr an 1 Mrs Townsend, Mr Collat
Sr. Mary C Freeman. Rebecca Livingston, Re
becca Bur .r, Sarah Burke, i nrke, K
Stern. K Mausou, .J Foley, Capt Jno Brown.
per steamship City of Macon, for Boston—
RJa mison, H S Weasels, Mrs H C Washburn}
infatn and svt, E W Kent, W W Ne4vton, Fil
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina and
way landings 3 A Well. J Walker, Mr Dunner
ly. E Maria, and 15 aleck.
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernanrlinaaiid
way lainUngs—John Jackson, F W Simmons,
Miss L Hill. Hull t 1.. Rleser A S, C Cohen & Cos.
SGuckenhenner & Son. W D Simkiae & Cos, Geo
Mills, E M Green, Dr IXix. L Dixon, Order.
Per Cbarleaton and Safaunah Railway. Oct
18— Transfer Office, Blodgett, M & Cos, Jones 4
B, Standard Oil Cos, Q W Tiedenian. J B Veala,
.1 F Torrent, C D Drayton, C Kolsliom 4 liio,
Montague A Cos, Garnett, S A Cos, Jno Flannery
& Cos, Ft M Comer & Cos.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
Oct IS—Transfer om<-e. Jno Flannery * Cos.
Southern Cotton Oil Cos. Dale, D A Cos, W Hns
koii A Son, M Y Henderson. McDonough & Cos.
A J Bacon. Stillwell, P A M. Warren & A, TC
Clay. Lee Roy Myers Cos, A Ehrlich & Bro,
J D Weed &, Cos, M I erst & Cos, A H Champion,
S Guekenbeimer A Son, Lovell A L, \Y Kehoe ,t
Co.Lippman Bros. Epstein & V , W W Chisholm.
H Myers & Bros, Grady, DeL & Cos, A Hanley,
Garnett. S & Cos, T P Bond & Cos. Ohlander Bios,
G 51 Heidt & Cos, F Moyle, Bendhelm Bros A Cos.
W 1) Simkins * Cos, Solomons ,y Cos. Byck AS,
Ludden AB, Heiron &G, W W Gordon A Cos,
Butler & S. 51 Maclean. F 51 Farley. 0 L Jones,
slontairue A Cos, Peacock. H & Cos. Ellis, Y A Cos,
.1 1’ Williams & Cos, WC Jackson, Clias Ellis,
G Walter Cos, Hammond, H A Cos.
NOW-TIIE TIME TO SrECILAIY '
VOTIVE fluctuations in the Market offer op
portunities to speculator* to make money
in Grain, Stocks. Bonus ami Petroleum. Prompt
personal attention given to orders received by
wire or mail. Correspondence solicited. Full
information about the markets in our hook,
which will be forwarded free' on application.
11. ]). KYLE, Banker and Broker,
38 Broad and 31 New Sts. New York City.
~aT L. II a rtridge.
BUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
of Stocks and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker every tit teen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINS.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago amt Liverpool Exchanges. Private
direct wire to our office. Constant quotations
fjuin Chicago and New York.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
IMtANSACT a regular banking business. Give
particular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New York, New Orleans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Fla. Resident Agents for Coutts £ Cos.
and .Melville, Evans A Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: Tho Seaboard
FU ItNISHING GOODS.
SHOOT THAT HAT!
The Straw Hat, We Wean.
NEW FALL HATS
ARE NOW OPEN,
YY7E offer the best Derby Hat over shown for
the price. Only $2 and $2 50 each.
A splendid assortment, all sizes, in Black or
Brown. DUNLAP NEW FALL HATS ami
NASC’I.MENTOS, comfortable, flexible hats, fur
which we are, the sole agents in Savannah.
Beautiful Scarfs, at 25c. to 50c. each,
l ine Linen Handkerchiefs, plain, hemmed or
stitched, at $3 per dozen.
Regular made Half-Hose, in plain or fancy
colors, at 25c.
Gloria Cloth Umbrellas, outwear the silk.
Boys’ Cloth Hats and Polo Caps, Valises,
Satchels, Sleeve or Collar Buttons.
Night Shirts in variety, 75c. upwards.
Fine Press Shirts, and the elegant "Diamond"
Shirts, at §l, of Wamsutta goods.
Rubber Coats, Rubber Lcggftrgs, Rubber Pil
lows, and Fancy N tions of all kinds for men.
REMEMBER, now is the chance to get a good
Derby Ilat for $2. at.
L aFar’ s,
29 BULL STREET.
X K\V BOOKS
Estill’s News Depot.
1-2 BULL, STREET.
As in a Looking Glass 25c
Daisy's Dilemma 25c
Next of Kin Wanted 25c
A Modern Circe 25c
In An Evil Hour 25c
Her Johnnie 25c
Knight Errant 25c
99 Dark Street 25c
The Dean and His Daughter 25c
A Thorn in Her Heart. 25c
Red Spider 25c
A Secret Inheritance 25c
Dick's Wanderings -5c
A Lucky Young Woman 25c
Forging the Fetters 25c
Her Own Sister .. .25c
Mignon's Husband 25c
Like and Unlike 25c
A Girl's Heart 25c
The Tramp's Daughter 25c
The Duke's Secret 25c
Address all orders t o WILLIAM ESTILL.
To Mill Men
Softens Leather amt Makes Rubber Belting
This Grease effectually prevents slipping, ren
ders tho, belts adhesive. heavy aud pliable aud
will arid one third to the power of the licit.
Its use enables the belt to be run loose and
have same power.
—FOR SALE BY—
DALK, DIXON & CO..
J. W. TYNAN
and many others,
~ stoves' and furnaces.
We have removed to 167
Broughton, three doors west
ol' Barnard (formerly occu
pied by Mr. Cor mack Hop
P. J. FALLON,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
22 DRAYTON STREET, SAVANNAH.
IN STIMATES promptly furnished for building
U of any class.
After the Fire!
The undersigned respectfully begs to announce
to his many friends and the public
at large that we will
MI 01 HISS
AT THE OLD STAND
153 Broughton Street,
Wednesday, October stli.
WE PROPOSE TO SURPRISE THE PUBLIC IN SHOWING THEM
The Most Elegant,
The Most Stylish
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN SAVANNAH OR ELSEWHERE,
PIIICES SO LOW
As to enable every one almost to wear the
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET.
We Have No Old Stock to Work Off.
We respectfully ask the public to pay us a visit, whether
they wish to purchase or not, and we will take pleasure in
proving to them that we have not exaggerated.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING, ETC.
THE HAPPY MAN.
This is the way every one
\ feels like doing when they
get through buying their
Ehiople who do not buy
from us can't see why it is.
ffeJlit We Will Tell You !
We have a stock from
which the most fastidious
can’t, help but be suited.
mfew .l , We take a great deal of
pleasure in showing our
whether you want to
Our prices are as low as they can possibly be put, to
enable us to turn an honest penny, and lay up a little for a
We extend you a cordial invitation to call and see us, and
we think you will feel like TJIE HAPPY MAN when you
LINDSAY & MORGAN.
RANGES, STOVES, HOUSEFITHNISJIINO GOODS, ETC.
CLARKE & DANIELS
Dealers in Portable Ranges, Cooking, Parlor, Office and
Laundry Stoves, and a nice line of House Furnishing Go< ds,
Table Cutlery, Plaied and Pearl Agate Ware, Coal Hods
Sifters, etc. Also, agent lor the celebrated Charter Oak,
which is guaranteed to do absolutely perfect cooking, pro
ducing the iood juicy, tender and thoroughly cooked, and a
saving of 30 per cent, of the iiutrimen and cost attained
with more economy of fuel and less labor than any cooking
apparatus made Their appliance for hea'ing 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.
CLARKE ife DANIELS,
r ' V r? n ATtM O R V
Cqyuur WliiUGciT <1 Y odt ytrewlu, Savannah, CfForgia.
I PIE PEACHES,
2 and 3 IT. TOMATOES,
2 and 3 ib OKRA and TOMATOES,
EARLY JUNE PEAS,
EXTRA SIFTED PEAS.
Above are new packing(lßß7),and for sale at
HAMS—Our 12J4 and 15c. Hams give good satis
BREAKFAST STRIPS only 12!4c. per pound.
BONELESS CORN BEEF.
CODFISH in 1 and 2 1b bricks.
MACKEREL in kits and half barrels.
HERRING at lowest prices.
Call and humect our stock and learn our
prices. Goods delivered promptly.
33 and. 123 1-3 Barnard Street.
Rust Proof Oats, Seed Rye,
And all kinds of VEGETABLES and FRUITS
By every steamer.
25 Cars Oats, 25 Cars Hay,
50 Cars Corn.
GRITS, MEAL, CORN EYE BEAN, PEAS,
and feed of all kinds.
155 BAY STREET.
Warehouse in S., I’. ,t W. R'y Yard.
T. P. BOND &_CO.
A FINE CONFECTION IMPORTED FROM
Try a Small Box, at
A. M. & C. W. WESTS.
•> niwi CASES this season pack. TOMA-
Z.UUIJ TOES, CORN, OKRA and TOMA
TOES, PINE APPLES, etc.
FOR SALE BY
C. M GILBERT & CO.,
HI MR FOE
\ND BREAKFAST BACON,
TT O JST Ch 1 J JNf TJ I E
JNLESS CEAHINQ OUU PATENTED Ot-MAHKS, A LtQMT
METALLIC SEAL, ATTACHED TO THE STRING, AND
THC STRIHtO CANVAS, AS IN THE OU7.
Richardson & Boynton Co.’s
SANITARY HEATING FURNACES
Contain the newest patterns, comnrisinß latest
Improvements possible to adopt in aHeutir.fr
Furnace where l ow or. Rffieieney. Keonomy run*
Durability is desired. Medical and Scientific eat
ports pronounce these Furnaces superior in
every respect, to ail others for supplying pure
air. free from g.is and dust.
Send for circulars—Sold by all flrst-elass deal
X-tiohcirilaori ,fc Jloynton Cos.,
M’f 'rs, 233 and 234 Water Street, X. Y.
Sold by JOHN A. DOUGLASS & CO.,
J. W. TYNAN,
ENGINEER and MACHINIST,
Comer West Brond and Indian Streets.
All kinds of machinery, boilers.
Etc., made and repaired. STEAM PUMPS,
GOVERNORS. INJECTORS AND STEAM
WATER FITTINGS Of all hinds for sale.
Wm, P. Bailey & Cos.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, In large
quantities, at their >1110! on the SPRING
FIELD PLANTATION, and vyili deliver tho same
in any part of the city ui>ou the shortest notice.
Well Brick, Pressed Brick, Hard Brown Brick,
Gray Brick, Soft Brown Brick.
Office— Corner Bull and Broughton, at SI
MON GAZAN S CIGAR STORE, whore aU or
ders will receive prompt attention.