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SAVANN. H UiSKET."
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah, Ga.. Oct. 24. 4i> M (
Cotton -The market was quiet, and easier,
though not quotably lower. There was hut
little inquiry, although the sales were fairly
large There were but few buyers in the mar-
The total sales for the day were 3,899 bales.
On 'Change at the opening call, at 10 a. m., t ie
market was reported steady and unchanged,
hut with no sales. At the second call, at 1 p.
it was easy, the sales being 3.001 bales. At
the third and list call, at 4 p. m., it closed easy
au.l unchanged, with further sales of 80S bales.
The following are the official closing spot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 9 5-16
Hood middling . .954
Mi Idling i 0
J,ow middling 8 13-16
r,r,( lid—The market was quiet and steady.
Tim sales for the day were about 50 bags at
quotations We quote:
Common Georgias ( 17
Common Moriuas i*' ©“z*
Medium fine lty4<gfl9M
!■ me 20 ©2oss
Extra fine 21 (Si
Choice 22 @
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Oct. 24, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
I 1887-88. jj 1886-87.
Isla?,d} L 'P' aH *[ Muid. U ‘ ,land
Stock on hand Sept. 1.. .. 57f>i O.SIN ; 1.14 V 4,304
Received to-day 7 10,908} .... 9,147i
Received previously 3i7,19u,i 3jK> 250,585
Total !j 3,425 SW.SSS 4,157 *70,038
i I "i“ '.. ' !
• Exported to-day 360 8,670 j ... 1 .812 '
Exported previously 1,319 229, 1 iT ; 1,510 145, 159 j
Total 1,670 837,793 1,510 158,971
St<wk on hand and on ship ;
i Ward J 1,74G| 117,129., 2,647, 117,0*^6
Rice—The market was firmer with more de
mand, but quotations nre no hierber than pre
viouslv. The sales for the day were 300 barrels.
Tue following ai*e the official quotations of the
Board of Trade:
Tide water $1 10@1 25
Country lots 80(& 95
Naval Stores The market for spirits tur
pentine was very firm and higher. The sales
were 18 casks, at 32c for regulars. At the
Board of Trade on the o|>ening call the market
was reported firm at 32e bid for regulars. At
the second call it was firm at 32%0 for regulars.
Rosin—The market was quiet, but firm and
unchanged. The sales for the day were about
1.270 barrels. At the Board of Trnde on the first
call the market was reported firm at the fol
lowing quotations: A. B. C and I) 90c, E 95c, F
97%e. (i and Hsl 00, I $1 05, Ksl Msl 85.
s~i 55. window glass $2 10, water white $2 60,
At the closing call it was unchanged.
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,548 77,408
Received to day ... 724 2,134
Received previously 130,903 336,129
Total 134,175 415,671
Exported to-day 2,756 10,599
Exported previously 121,401 346,263
Total 124,157 358,862
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 10,018 58,809
Receipts same day last year 459 1,772
Financial- Money is in active demand, with
an ample supply.
Domestic K.lchange —Easy. Banks and hank
ers are buying sight drafts at % per cent dis
count, and selling at % per cent discount to par.
Foreign Euc/ionge —a he market is steady.
Commercial demand, $ 18214; sixty days, $4 79%;
ninety days, $4 77%; francs. Pans and Havre,
commercial, sixty uays, $5 26%; Swiss, $5 29%;
marks, ninety days. 94.
StccßiTiFs—The market is fairly active for
both ,-tocks and Ixcids, with a good demand for
Central railroad stock and debentures.
Stocks and Bonds— City Ronds -Quiet. At
lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 • id, 110 asked;
Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 12i asked; Augusta
7 per cent long date. 115 bid, 116 asked; Au
gusta 6s long date, 108 bid, 110 asked; Columbus
5 per ceut, 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent.
11l bid, 112 asked: new Savannah 5 percent,
January coupons, 100> 4 bid, 101% asked; new
Savannah 5 j*r cent, November coupons, 101%
bid, 102% asked.
Stato Ronds —Market steady, with Haht sup
ply. Georgia new 6s, 1889, 101 bid, 102 asked;
tk*orgia new 4%5, 105 bid, 106 asked: Geor
gia 7 per cent gold, quarterly coupous, 103%
bid, 105 asked; Georgia 7 i>er cent, coupons
January and July, maturity 18%, 120 bid, 121
Railroad Stocks —Central common, 122 bid.
123 asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 percent
guaranteed, 131 hid, 132 asked; Georgia com
mon, 195 bid, 197 asked; Southwestern 7 per
c*nt guaranteed, 125% bid. 129% asked; Con
tral 6 per cent certificates, 1% bid. 1%% asked;
Atlanta and West Point railroad stock. 109 bid,
111 asked; Atlanta and West-Point 6 percent
certificates, 103 bid, 104 asked.
Railroad Ronds— Market quiet. Savannah
Florida and Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6 per cent interest, coup.ms October,
114 bid. 116 asked; Atlanticand Gulf first mort
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,
109 bid, 110% asked; Georgia railroad 6s, 189/,
106 bid, 108 asked; Mobile and Girard second
mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, coupons January
and July, maturity, 1889, 102 bid, 103% asked;
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per
cent, indorsed by Central railroad, 106% bid.
108 asked; .Marietta and North Georgia first
mortgage. 50 years. 6 per cent, 100 bid, 101%
asked; Charlotte. Columoia and Augusta first
mortgage, 111 bid. 112 asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia and Augusta second mortgage, 110
asked; Western Alabama second mortgage
indorsed 8 per cent, 106 bid, 107 asked; South
Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid, 12*)
askeu; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid, 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent. 11l bid,
111% asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and South
ern first mortgage guaranteed, 115 bid, 116%
asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship
6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Central
railroad, 102% bid. 103% asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus and
Rome first mortgage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad, 105 bid, 107 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed, ie6 bid,
107 asked; City and Suburban railway that mort
gage 7 i**r cent, 107 bid, 109 asked.
Rank Stocks— Nominal. Southern Bank of
the 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 asxed
das stocks— Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
dividend, 20% bill, 21 asked; Mutual Gas Light
stock. 20 bid, 23 asked.
Bacon—Market steady; demand good; smoked
Clear rib sides. B%c; shoulders, o%c; dry salted
clear rib sides, 7%c: long clear, 7%c; shoulders,
none; hams, 13c
Bagging and Ties—Market We
quote; Bagging—2% tbs. 8% >*B%c; 2 Tbs, 7%%
i%c; 1% lbs, according to brand and
quantity, iron ties—Arrow and other brands,
none; nominal, $1 25 per bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in re
tail lots a fraction higher.
Butter- Market steud.y; oleomargarine, 140 b
16c; choice Goshen. 20c; gilt edge, 23® 25c;
Cheese—Market nominal; small demand;
•lock light. We quote, 11 (A 15c.
Coffee—The market is firm. We quote for
small lots: Ordinary, 19%e; fair, 20%c; good,
21c; choice, 22c: pea berry, 24c.
Dried Fruit-Apples, evaporated, 12c: peeled,
?% c ‘- Peaches, peeled, 19c; impelled, s(&c.
Currants, 7c. Citron, 25c.
Dry Goods—The market is firm; business fair.
We quote: Prints, Georgia brown shirt
ing, 3-1, 4%c; 7-8 do, 5%c: 4-4 brown sheeting,
6%c; white osnaburgs, 8%(f£l0c; checks, 6%@.
7c; yarns, 85c for best makes, brown drillings,
Fish—We quote full weights: Mackerel-No.
3, $7 50(7010 00; No. 3. half barrels, nominal,
20c; scaled, 38c. Cod. fx,Bc.
Flour—Market steady: demand moderate.
We quote: Kxtra, #3 70@8 85; fancy, $4 30(8>
4 85; choice patent, $5 10(&5 35; family, $4 10(&
Fruit—Lemons—Demand light. We quote;
$ < no. Annie*. Northern. £3 7r>
Grain—Corn—Market very firm; demand
light. We quote; White corn, job lots, e9c;
carload 1 ts, 66c; mixed corn, job lots, 95c; car
load lots, 62c. Oats steady; demand good. We
quote: Mixed oats, 450: carload lots. s*c. Bran,
$1 10. Meal. 62%c. Grist, per bushel, 67%c.
1 i ay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
st ck ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 Id; carload lots, $1 00; Eastern, none; North
ern. none. •
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry flint, lie; salted, 9c; dry
butcher, Bc. Wool—Receipts light ; prime, iii
bales. 25c; burry, HH&EV. Wax, 18c. Tal
low. 3 sk*. Deer skins, flint, 20c; salted, 16c.
(>tter skins, 50c 0t $4 (X).
Iron—Market firm: Swede, 4%(&5c: refined,
Lard—Market steady; in tierces, 7%c; 50 lb
Lime, Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump iirne is in fair demand, and is sell
ing at §1 30 i>*r barrel; Georgia, 81 30 i>er bar
rel; calcined plaster, Si 50 per Ixirrel; liair, 4c;
Rosendale cement. $1 50; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stock; stearly demaud. Bour
bon, $1 M); rye, sl.V)@6 00; rectified,
Si 00(5*1 35. Ales unchanged and in fair de
Nails—Market firm; fair demand. Wequote:
3d, S3 80; 4d and sd, $3 15; Od, $2 '.*o; Bd, $2 65;
lOd to 6od. $2 40 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds Tarragona. lß(ft,2oc; Ivicas,
17(&18c: walnuts. French, 12c; Naples, 16c; i*‘-
cans, 10c; Brazil. 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoauuts,
Barracoa. So iH) jkh* 100.
Oils—Market firm: demand good. Signal.
45c; West Virginia black, 9® 10c; lard, 5 c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, B%(fMoc; water white,
13%c: noatsfoot, (>5(&80e: machinery, 25@30c;
linseed, raw. 45c; boiled. 48c; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18c; homelight. 18c.
< )nions—Northern, per barrel, S3 75.
Potatoes—Northern, $3 00@.3 25.
Peas—New crop in light supply and demand;
cow |K?as, mixed, 50<&?5c; clay, 75e(r4$l (X);
speckled, 75v(q Sl 10; black eye, Si 50(&1 75;
Prunes—Turkish. 5%c; French, 10c.
Raisins—Demand light: market steady. Loose
new Muscatel, $2 00; layers, new, $3 %; London
layers, new, $3 25 per box.
demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 65c fob; job lots, 75
Shot—Drop, Si 40; buck. SI 65.
Sugar The market is higher; cut loaf, 7%c;
standard A. 6*%c: extra l\ 6%e; yellow C, 5%c;
granulated, 7%0, powdered. 7%c.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia syrup, 45c; the
market is quiet for sugarhouse at 30(2*40c; Cuba
straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugarhouse
Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking. 25c®$1 25; chewing, com
mon, sound, 25®30c; fair. 30®35c: medium, 38
®,soc; bright, 50®75c; fine fancy, Ss®9i)c; xtra
fine, 90c®$l 10; urigbt navies, 45®75c; dark
Lumber—The demand continues improving,
and prices remain firm at quotations. We
Ordinary sizes .sl3 50®17 00
Difficult sizes 16 00®21 50
Flooring boards 16 00®21 50
Shipstuff 18 50®;21 50
Timber -Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 00® 11 00
800 •* 16 00® 11 00
900 44 44 11 00®,I? 00
1,0.J0 44 “ 12
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average $ 6 00® 7 00
H);) •* ** 7 00® 800
900 44 44 8 00% 9 00
1,00) “ 44 9 00® 10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Lumber—By sail—The offering tonnage is
fully equal to shippers’ requirements—rates are
easy, and to the farther discharging ports a tritle
off.' Freight limits are from $5 00®6 00 from
this and the near Georgia ports to the Chesa
peake ports. Philadelphia, N*ov York. Sound
ports and eastward. Timber, 50c®$l 00 higher
than lumber rates. To the West Indies and
windward, nominal: to Suth America, sl3 0)®
14 00; to Spanish and Mediterranean ports,
SU 00® 12 0o: to United Kingdom for orders,
timber, 27®285; lumoer. £3 15s. Steam-To
New Yor.c. $7 00; to Philadelphia, $: 00; to
Boston, $9 00
Naval Stores—Firm but nominal. Foreign-
Cork. etc., for orders, :3s, and, or, 4s 6d;
Adriatic, rosin, 3s3d; Genoa, rosin. 3s. Coast
wise—Steam—To Boston. 50c- on rosin. $1 00 on
spirits; to New York, rosin 50c, spirits 80c: t>
Philadelphia, rosin 30c. spiritsßoc: to Baltimore,
rosin JOc, spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By steam—The market is steadier.
Liverpool direct 19-64 J
Bremen direct 19-64.1
Reval direct 11-32d
Havre direct... 5-bkl
Genoa direct 11*32u
Barcelona direct 11 -32d
Amsterdam direct 10-64*i
Liverpool via New York $ lb 19-6ld
Liverpool via Baltimore $4 lb 9-32d
Liverpool via Boston 9-32d
Antwerp via New York i? tt> 19 64d
Havre via New York V tt> 11-Hie
Bi’emen via New York $ ft> )l-lGe
Reval via New York 25-04d
Bremen via Baltimore lh 65c
Amsteiolam via New York 65c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 70c
Boston bale S1 75
Sea island l>ale 200
New York bale 150
Sea island bale ... 175
Pniladelphia bale 150
Sea island bale 175
Baltimore bale 185
Providence $ bale 1 50
By sail— *\
New York barrel 60
Philadelphia f? barrel 60
Baltimore 19 barrel 60
Boston barrel 60
Grown fowls $) pair $65 ® 75
Chickens, %to % grown 40 ® 50
Ducks $ pair 60 ® 8()
Geese pair 1 (X) 01 \25
Turkeys 18 pair 1 25 (%2 00
Kggs, country, per dozen 20 ® 22
Peanuts —Fancy b. p. Va. 18 lb ... Or 6%
Peanuts—Hand picked, lb ® 5%
Peanuts—Ga. 18 bushel, nominal.. 75 ® 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds bush.. 50 ® 6<*
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams bush. 50 ® 1 0
Sweet potatoes,white yams # bush 40 ® 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts ample;
Koos —Market very firm, with a good demand
and in good supply.
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate; mar
Sugar—Georgia and Florida, nominal; none in
Honey—No demand; uominal.
Sweet Potatoes—ln fair demand; receipts
light; demand fair.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, Oct. 24, noon.—Stocks quiet but
Arm. Money easy at 4@o per cent. Exchange
—long, $4 (403-4 : short' 3 * Bo@4 85'4. State bonds
dull but steady. Government bonds dull but
5:00 p. m.—Exchange dull but Arm at $4 82
@166. Money easy at 3@4 per cent., closing
offered at I. Sub-Treasury balances—Gold, $132,-
052,000; currency $12,098,000. Government bonds
dull but steady; four percents 12354; four and
a half per cents 10834. State bonds dull aud
The stock market to day was once more com
pletely in the hands of bears, and was weak
t ir iughout, with no reaction worthy the name.
Prices this evening are materially lower, though
transactions were small in comparison with the
business done lately. There were 110 news or
rumors of a nature specially to affect values,
though tuere was considerable Wes,era selling
on the story that the earnings of Northwestern
for the last month would show a decrease, and
efforts were made to depress Reading with a re
newal of the rumor tunt there was a uitcb in
tue negotiations with the first series of lives
party. There was an utter absence of support,
and this, as usual, invited attacks upon the
Gould properties, Missouri Pacific being the
special object of attention. A report that the
syndicate stood ready to take new fours of
Reading had some influence for good late in the
day. and some signs of a rally were seen toward
til'' close. Tue opening was weak and | ! per
ceut. lower. The weakness was not checked,
but further losses were established in the first
hour. Missouri Pacific being the w 'ak -.st. The
111 irhet then remained very dull and recovere 1
slightly, hut Western Union aud Union Pacific
led the downward movement after noon and
everthing joined in the decline, aud the lowest
prices were made in the last hour. Very little
Improvement was seen, but the close was weak,
aud generally at lowest figures. The entire
active list is lower, and Manhattan, Missouri
Pacific, Bt. Paul, Union Pacific. Northwestern,
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, Omaha,
Western Union, Lackawanna, New York Cen
tral, Lake Shore and New England each more
than 1 per cent, and ranging up to 256. and
ot.iers smaller amounts. Total sales 252.000
shares. The following were the closing quota
Ala. class A, 2to 5.105 New Orleans Pa-
Ala, class B, ss. 105 cldc, Ist mort... 81
Georgia 7s, mort.* 111354 N. Y Genual 105
N. Carolina 6a 121 t Norf. AW. pref... 38
N. Caro, 111a 4s 95 Nor. Pacific 20(4
So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref... 42©
cowols 106 Pacific Mall 34Wj
Tennessee set.., . 69(4 Reading 60©
Virginia 6s 48* Richmond & Ale.. 5
Va consolidated. !5 Richmond A DanvlSO
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THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1887.
Northwestern. . 105% Rock Island 11l
44 preferred... 139 St. Paul 7i
Dela.aml Lack , .1z4% “ preferred .110
Erie 26% Texas Pacific 23
East Tennessee. 10 Tenn. Coal & Iron. 23%
Lake Shore 91% Union Pacific 45%
L’ville & Nash ... s<i* N.J. Central 71%
Memphis (’liar 40 Missouri Pacific... 88*%
Mobile & Ohio 10 Western Union . 75%
Nash. A Chati’a. • 72 Cotton Oil cert iii.. 27
♦Bid. t Asked.
Liverpool, Oct. 24, noon.—Cotton—Business
good at unchanged rates; middling uplands
5%d, middling Orleans 5%d; salt's 12,000 bales,
for speculation and export 2,000 bales; receipts
8,000 bales—American none.
Futures-Uplands, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 11-64®,5 15-64(1; October and No
vember 5 11-64®5 12-64d: November and Decem
ber 5 9-64®5 10-G4d; December and January
5 9-04 ®5 10-t>4d; January and February 5 9-04
®5 10-64d: February and* March 5 10-C4®s 11 64d;
March and April 5 12-04®5 i3-64d; April and
May 5 14-64®5 15-64d: May and June 5 10 64®
5 17-64d. Market steadv.
The tenders of deliveries at to-day's clearings
amounted to 4,000 lales new dockets.
2 p. in.—The sales to-day included 9,100 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo
ber delivery 5 15-6 id. buyers; October and No
vember 5 12-tkkl, buyers; November and Decem
ber 5 U'-'j4d, buyers; December and January
5 10-64d, buyers; January and February 5 10-04d,
buyers; February and .March 5 11-64d, buyers;
March and April 5 13-64d,biivers: April and May
5 15 64d, buyers; May and June 5 17-64d, buyers.
4 p. rn. Futures: Unlands, low middling
clause, October deli very 5 16 64<i, sellers: October
and November 5 l.j-Olci. sellers; Noveinlier and
December 5 11-64d, sellers; l)ecember and Jan
uary 5 11-64d, sellers: January and February
5 1 i-64d, buyers; February and March 5 12-04d,
buyers; March and April 5 14-64d, value; April
and May 5 16-64d. value: May and June 5 18 <kd,
value. .Market closed firm.
New York, Oct. 24, noon.-“ Cotton dull and
easy; middling uolands 9%c, middling Orleans
9%c; sales IP: bales.
Futures—Market opened quiet and easy, with
sales as follows: October delivery 9 78e, No
vember 9 oue, December 9 50c, January 9 60c,
February 9 68c, March U 75c.
5:00 p. m.—Market closed dull; middling
uplands 9*%c, middling Orleans 9%c: sales to
day 137 bales; net receipts —— bales, gross
Futures—Market closed easy, with sales of
89 200 bales, as follows: October delivery 973
75c. November '.l 57®9 58c. December 9 55®
9 56c, .Februarv 9 66®9 67c, March 9 73®9 74c,
April 9 si®9 82c, May 9 890 9 90c, June 9 97®
9 98c, July 10 03®10 04c, August 10 08® 10 10c.
Breen & Co.’s reix>rt oncotb.m futures says:
“There has been a feverish and fluctuating
market for cotton contracts, but the power of
the bull element does not appear to have been
quite s6 great, and the general tendency was
toward a lower range. After owning a frac
tion off, there was an upward turn that re
covered the first loss and a point or two addi
tional in some instances, but orders failing to
come in, no sustaining power could he found,
and a reaction followed that sent rates off to
the lowest of the day, where they closed rather
tamely some 3(5 4 points under Saturday.”
Galveston, .Oct. 24. Cotton firm; middling
9c; net receipts 0,450 bales, gross 6,450; sales
ooi bales; stock 63,781 boles; exports, to Great
Britain 4,639 bales, to the continent 4,320, coast
Norfolk, Oct. 21.—Cotton steady: middling
9%e; net receipts 5,061 bales, gross 6.061;
sales 1,234 bales; stock 26.017 bales; exports,
to Great Hi itain 7.43 > bales, coast
Baltimore, Ocl 24.—Cotton quiet; middling
9%c; net receipts 93 bales, gross 569; sales
none: stock 3.535 bales; exports, to Great Britain
2,8-18 bales, coastwise 200.
Boston, Oct. 24.—Cotton quiet; middling
93£c; net receipts 479 bales, gross 2,541; sales
none; stock none.
Wh.mington, (>ct. 24.—Cotton steady; middling
9 3-lbc; net receipts 2,749 bales, gross 2,749;
sales none; stock 31,908 bales.
Philadelphia, Oct. 24. Cotton firm: middling
9%c; net receipts 134 bales, gross 134; stock
6,956 bales. <
New Orleans. Oct. 24.—Cotton steady; mid
dling 9 l-10c; net receipts 27,898 bales, gross
30,003; sales 5,500; stock 165,141 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 5,296 bales, to France 26,597, to
the continent 5.461. coastwise 445.
Mobile, Oct. 24.—Cotton steady: middling 9c;
net receipts 3,012 bales, gross 3.172; sales 1.000
stock 17,873 bales; exports, coastwise
Memphis, Oct. 24.—Cotton steady; middling
9c; receipts 11,239 bales; shipments 5,889;
sales 3,800; stock 91,833 bales.
Augusta. Ocl. 24.—Cotton quiet; middling 9c;
receipts 2.860 uales; sales 705 bales.
Charleston, Oct. 21.—Cotton quiet; middling
9%c; net receipts 6.572 bales, gross 6,572;
sales 500; stock 59,605 bales.
Atlanta, Oct. 24.—Cotton steady; middling
B%c; receipts 1.550 bales.
New York, Oct. 24.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton po. tsto- lay 65,883 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 30,377 bales, to the continent
17,381, to France 20,697; stock at all American
ports 558,805 bales.
provisions, groceries, etc.
Liverpool, Oct. 2*. noon.—Wheat firm. Corn
New York, Oct. 24, noon.—Flour quiet but
steady. Wheat lower. Corn quiet but steady.
Pork dull; mess sl4 50. Lard steady at $6 70.
Old mess pork dull at sl3 75 Freights steady.
5:00 p. m.—Southern Hour quiet. Wheat %®
%c lower and moderately active, closing steady
at about the lowest prices; No. 2 red, October
delivery 82%c. November 82%® vie. May
83 11 16c. Corn %®}>sc lower, closing with some
reaction: No. 2, October delivery 51%® 51%c,
November 51^®51 %c, Mav Oats a
shade easier and fairly active: No. 2, October
delivery 32“ S ®32'4C, November 32%c, May 35%
; No. 2, spot 32^®32 ; V 4 c. Hops quiet.
Coffee, fair Rio, on spot quiet at 19%e; options
lower but moderately active; No. 7 Rio. Octo
ber delivery 16 80®16 90c, November 16 70®
16 95c. May 18 60® 16 85c. Sugar firm and un
changed: refilled quiet. Molasses dull and
nominal. Cotton seed oil, 34c for crude, 43c for
refined. Hides steadv. Wool dull and weak.
Pork closed fairly active and steady; mess sl4 50
for new, sl3 75 for old. Beef quiet and un
changed. Cut meats unchanged and dull. Mid
dles dull and nominal, laird 2®3 points higher
hut rather quiet: Western steam, on spot
$6 72%, October delivery $6 67, May $6 76®0 78.
Chicago, < >ct. 24. -The opening markets were
of the usual Monday waiting character, pend
ing the announcement of the visible supply.
December wheat opened steady at 73%c, soon
reacted to 72%,\ during the greater part of the
session rein lined around 73c, and closing at
73%c. The visible supply statement showed an
increase of 1,057,000 bushels, but did not affect
prices. Comparatively few outside orders were
received, and local trading was far from heavy.
Receipts in the Northwest continue liberal and
shipments moderate. Corn was traded in only
moderately to-day. and fluctuations were within
a narrow range. The principle feature was a
decrease of 218,000 bushels, which assisted the
late firmness to a considerable extent. The
market opened at Saturday's closing prices,
was steady for a time, then declined %®%c,
recovered and closed a shade firmer than Satur
day. Oats were very quiet, the limited business
1 ransacted being confined almost entirely to
May, which was ste.uly until it closed. Near
futures were without material changes, though
sellers of this month sold off to 2“>c. Provisions
were only moderately dealt in, but the feeling
was somewhat firmer and prices ruled higher,
especially for deferred futures. Receipts of
hogs were lighter than anticipated, and prices
ruled higher. Consequently there was less dis
position to sell products for future delivery.
The demand, however, was only fair, not suffi
cient to materially advance prices. Receipts of
products were fair, while shipments were only
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour un
changed and steady. Wheat. No. 2 spring 7-
70%e; No. 2 red 71%c. Corn, No. 2. 4n%c. Oats,
No. 2. 25c. Mess i>ork. sl3. Lard, per 100
lbs, $6 30. Short rib sides, loose, $7. Dry
salted shoulders, boxed, $5 20. Short clear sides,
boxed. $7 lh(q>7 20. Whisky $1 10.
Leading future* raigel as foil >ws:
Opening. Higuest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Nov. delivery.... 71% 71% 71
Mav delivery..7B% 78% 78%
Corn, No. 2
Oct. delivery.... 40% 40-% 40->^
Nov. delivery.... 40% 41% 41%
May deli very.... 44% 45 44%
Oats. No. 2
Oct. delivery.... 25% 25% 25%
Nov. delivery.... 25-14 ....
Mav delivery.... 23% 29% 29%
Jan. delivery.. .sl2 10 sl2 17% sl2 12%
Oct. delivery $6 30 $ $
Nov. delivery 6 20 6 22% 6 17%
May delivery.... 6 52%
Oct. delivery $7 02% $7 05 $7 02%
Jan. delivery 6 15 6 15 6 12%
Baltimore, Oct. 24.—Flour quiet but steady ;
Howard street and Western superfine $2 37tf£
2 75, extra S3lrift3 6a. family $3
mills superfine $2 (X), extra $3
Rio brands S 4 2V./, 4 50. Wheat—Southern quiet
and easier: red 78,<£8lc. amber Western
easier and and id; No. 2 winter red, on spot 79%
<&79%c\ Corn—Southern steady and fairly
active; white 45(&48c, yellow Western
about steady an*i dull.
Cincinnati, Oct. 24.--Flour stronger; family
S3 UU't.,B 30, family $3
No. 2 red 74e. Coni dull: No. 2 mixed 44c. Oats
easier; No. 2 mixed 28c. Provisions -Pork dml
at sl3 50. Lard steady: prime steam $6 20.
Bulk innate quiet; short ni s $7 37%. Bacon
easy: she* * •'* 1 $8 25, mort cleoj- $8 50. Whisky
*• ( .... i pot, |on *rt
am! lierht $3 40@4 40, paclriiiß and butchers’
Lotusviixe, (Nit. id.-Grain steady: Wheat,-
No. i red r'ie. Corn—No. i nuxial 45c. Oats—
No. i mixed, SBi*e. Provisions closed Arm:
Bacon—clear rib sides $4 50, clear sides SO,
shoulders s<> 25. Bulk meats—shoulders Sstfs.
Mess pork nominal. Hams, sll(jfrl’. Lard,
choice leaf SB.
St. Lotus. Oct. 24.—Flour qui-t but steady:
fancy $2 50@.2 05. fancy s:tSVr:i 4V Wheat
No. 2 red, cash October delivery 715s
@7194c. May 7m@Boc. Corn cash 40',4c, Octo
ber delivery bid, May 4094<<( 41c. Oats—
cash 24V4@25c, October delivery 24Uc bid, No
vember 2414 c. Whisky steady at $1 05. Provis
ions dull: Pork, summer packing sl4. laird,
$0 154 V 0 20. Dry salt meats—boxed shoulders
$5 00f. 5 20U, lons clear $0 75. clear ribs $0 S7U,
short clear $7 00@7 12U. Bacon—boxed shoul
ders $5 96<ti 6 00, lons clear $7 50® 7 67H, clear
ribs $7 75, short clear $7 90@8 00. Hams sl2®
New Ori.exxs, Oct. 34.—Sugar active but
a shade lower; Louisiana open kettle, strictly
prime to choice 4%c; centrifugals, off planta
tion granulated otk<2.6'4c, choice white 6 1-16©
6ikc, choice yellow clarified 544 c. prime yellow
clarified off yellow clarified .W4©.'Atic.
tlolasses in fair demand but at lower rates;
Louisiana open kettle, fancy 4N\ choice 46©
47c, strictly prime 44©4.V\ prime 38®40c;
centrifugals, good prime to strictly prime 30®
33c, good fair to prime 28©29c; I.ouisiana
luverpooi., Oct. 24.—Spirits turpentine 27s 6d.
New York, Oct. 24, noon.—Spirits turpentine
quiet al 35c. Rosin quiet at $1 >© 1 85.
5:00 p. m.—Rosin quiet at $1 20@1 Tur
pentine quiet at 35c.
Charleston, Oct. 24.—Spirits turpentine
firm al 80Uc. Rosin firm; good strained 85c.
Wilmington, Oct. 24.—Spirits turpentine linn
at 32c. Rosin firm; strained good
strained 82y,c. Tar firm at $1 16. Crude turpen
tine firm; hard $1 00; yellow dip gl 75; vir
gin $1 75.
New York, Oct. 24.—Rice steady.
New Orleans, Oct, 24.—Rice unchanged.
Circular from Hubbard, Price & Co.f
(Through John S. Ernest, Southern Manager.)
New York. Oct. 24 —The market has been
comparatively featureless during the session,
with light trading and a growing feeling in favor
of lower prices. The advance in Liverpool
failed to stimulate operators, aud from the
opemng, at prices about those of Saturday, a
slight decline took place, which was in part re
covered Sentiment is, however, tending to the
bear side, but local traders are somewhat puz
zled as to tliamaniein resof the exporting house
referred to in our late circular as large receivers
of October deliveries on contracts held by them.
This alone imparts some strength to the market,
which it is believed would otherwise give way to
the increasing pressure of the cotton. Port re
ceipts continue very heavy and exports are
large. The influence of Ellison's circular is the
reason given in our cables from Europe as the
cause, ol the strength in the foreign Markets to
day, but the local position in New York has be
come weak, aud we have failed to show any re
sistance to the cotton offering from the South.
New York, Oct, 24 —To-day’s steamer brought
a few shipments of string beans, and choice
stock sold out readily at $1 50© 1 75 per orate.
The outlook is favorable, as the home crop is
exhausted. G. 1. Palmer.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—i'UId DAY.
gUN Rises 6:10
High Water at Savannah 3:06 A M. 3:31 p m
Tuesday. Oct 85, 1887.
Steamship City of Macon. Lewis, Boston—C
G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship Wm Lawrence, Snow. Baltimore—
J B West & Cos.
Steamship Wolviston (Br), Edmonston, Phila
delphia, in ballast—Richardson A Barnard
Schr Wm W Converse. Seaman, New York,
with merchandise to order; vessel to Master.
Steamer Pope Gatlin, Swift, Doboy, Darien
Steamer Seminole, Strobhar, Beaufort, Port
Royal and Bluffton—H A Strobhar, Manager.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY.
Bark Freia (Nor), Hauff, Buenos Ayres, in bal
ARRIVED UP FROM QUARANTINE YESTER
Bark Aquila (Auk), Tichiaz, to load for Europe
—M S Cosulich & Cos.
Steamship City of Savannah. Smith, New
York—C G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship Dessoug, liowes, Philadelphia—C
Steamship Lykus, Smith,
Schr John R Bergen, Squires, Havana for Bos
ton—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Tug Victoria J Peed. Parsons, Boston—Master.
Steamer Ethel, Carroll. Cohen s Bluff and way
landings—W T Gibson. Manager.
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina, Fernandina and
way landings—C Williams, Agt.
Steamship Kate (Br), Liverpool.
Steamship Dessoug, Philadelphia.
Schr Three Sisters, Wilmington, DeL
Bull River, S C, Oct 22-Sailed, schr Willis S
Shepard, Reeves. Clark's Cove.
New York. Get 22 Arrived, schr Belle Hig
gins, Sko field, Darien.
Amsterdam, Oct 22 Arrived, bark Livingstone
(Br), Sakkestadl. Pensacola.
Stornoway, Oct 20—Passed, steamship Ash
field < Hr), Sutherland, Savannah for Reval.
Barbados. Oct 7—Arrived, schr Five Brothers,
Worth, Para for Jacksonville tree Miscellany).
11th-Sailed, bark Enchantress (Br), Starkey,
Nassau, N P. Oct 6—Sailed, ship Jacob A
Stamler. Orystel. from Pensacola for Buenos
Ayres, having completed ref a rs 3th.
Cleared, schr Mary H Williams (Br), Demer
Baltimore, Oct 22—Sailed, schr Chas E Young.
Brunswick. Oct 17—Arrived, bark Teveiera
(Port), Coneceo, Rio Janeiro; schr George 51
Adams, Standish, Boston; 18th, barks stimer
(Nor), Hansen, Para; Plover (Br), Paulsen,
Babia; 19th, schrs Jos Rudd, Hnlloclc, New
York; Otcllo. Bond, Philadelphia; 21st. bark
Ribes (Ansi, Cattarinich. Bordeaux via Tybee.
19th—Sailed, steamship Irihington (Br),
Kiddie, Liverpool; barks Saturn (Nor), Als-n,
Rotterdam; Aukotbor (Non, Thorsen, do;
Ydun (Nor), Olsen, Buenos Ayres: 20th, brig
Woodland (Nor), Loranges, Bilbao; schrs Mary
J Cook. Hoffscs, New York; Maggie Gray,
Pedrick, Baltimore; Fanny A Gorham. Welch,
New York (from Satilla). [Some of these vessels
have been detained by easterly winds, j
Beaufort. C, Oct 22 Arrived, str Joshua
Nicholson (Brl, Regnart, Philadelphia.
Darien, Oct 21—Cleared, schr W arren Adams,
Colford. New York.
Fernandina, Oct 22 Arrived, barks Einita.
Nash. Stonlngton; Commerce,Chase, New York;
, schr;. Chas A Coulomb, McGee, New Bedford;
Mollie J Saunders, Ingersoll, Charleston; Nor
mandy, Wyman, Boston.
Cleared, str Yemassee, Platt, New York; brig
Leonora, Monroe, do; schrs Emma Heather,
Lucy, Baltimore; Centennial, Rulon, do.
Georgetown. S C, Get 19—Sailed, schrs I> K
Baker, Hall. New York; B I Hazard, Sin.th. do.
20th Arrived, sclir Albert H Cross, Hender
son, Wilmington, N C.
Pensacola. Get 22—Arrived, strs Wallachia
(Rr>, Crockery, Liverpool: Indian Prince (Br),
Newton, Burrow; bark Levi S Andrews, W’atts,
Gal vesti *n.
Cleared, bark HaD*i (Ger), Lorentzen, Buenos
Philadelphia, Oct 28—Cleared, schr Abbie II
Given. Gbeen, 8t Augustine.
Vineyard Haven, Oct 81—Arrived, schr 51ary
McFarland. Montgomery, Rockland for Fenian
New York. Oct 24—Arrived out, steamship
Eider. New York for Liverpool.
Arrived, steamship Ethiopia, Glasgow.
Fernandina. Oct 24-Arrived, schrß D Spear,
Smith, St Augustine.
Cleared, sclir Douglass Harvey, Thompson,
Schr Five Brothers, for Jacksonville, arrived
at Barbados 1 ct Id. under command of ('apt.
Worth, Capt Johns having died on Oct 4. The
vessel was m want of water.
London. Oct 22 - Burk Telemach (Nor), Ander
sen, from Savannah Sept 22 for Buenos Ayres,
was abandoned in a. sinking condition in lat 87
N, loti 39 W. All hands saved and arrived at
Per Central Railroad, Oct 24—7,622 bales cot
ton. !l hales yam. 17; hales domestics, 1) ba'es
plaids, 4 bales hides, 1 i rolls leutner, 206 lbs fruit,
1 peg imlier. 105 iik 's tobucco. 32.080 lbs bacon,
15 > Vmls lime. 10 bbls meal, 192 pkgs furniture
and h h goods, 771 pkgs hardware. 11 cases eggs,
cars coal, 6 bhls whisky, 2 hf bbls whisky, 125
bbls spirits turpeutine. 507 bbls roslu. 59 here !
hogs, 275 bbls flour. 15 cars lumber. 3 bbls syrup,
1 car Ism-el material, 110 pkgß wood in shape, 0
tons pig Iron. Se > 249 pkgs rods-. 22
ton see* 1, 8 pltgs empties, SO bbls cotton seed oil,
8 iikfts paint.
Per Charleston anil Savannah Railway, Oct
24 115 bales cotton, 18 Mils rosin, 115 bbls rice,
Per Savannah. Florida ami Western Railway,
Oct 24 -4,770 bales cotton, 2.087 bbls rosin. 600
bbls spirits tur|>entine, 35 cars lumber, 3 cars
cotton seed, 5 cars wood, 2 cars coal, 10 bales
moss, 1 ear cattle, 1104 boxes oranges, 147 boxes
lemons, 41 bbls oranges, 1 car iron, 3 casks clay,
281 sacks rice. 7 bales hides, 0 bbls syrup, 1 car
wheels, and mdse.
Per steamship City or Savannah. Tor New York
Per steamship Lykus (Br), for Genoa—3,l92
bales upland cotton, weighing 1,520,581 pounds.
Per steamship City of Macon, from Boston
Mrs J M Barnard and children, .1 Johusou, Mrs
PI) Coombs and child, b A Park, C W Ball, Mrs
K A Bryant, Mr O'Byrne, Mrs Smith and family,
Mrs J M Brown, Annie Brown, G I, Hamilton.
Miss 0 .1 .Mills, Miss Whittimore, Mrs Whitti
more, Lizzie Murrray, MrsJ 11 Hooper. L Jones
and wife, Mrs O’Keefe, Mr and Mrs Faulkner, A
B Kuowlton. Miss Faulkner, ('apt Sewell and
wife, Mrs Sprague. Miss C S Russell, A D
Wethe.rby, El’ Bvne. Miss K Byrne, E R Butler.
D M Curtis. Will Wetliertiv and wife, K C Ma
comber. R Prescott, S A Bonnell, D A Gordon
and wife, E H Bumper and wife, T E Wellman,
Louisa Brown, Rosa Brown, W H Phillips, W E
Worcester, E S Tower, H G Fletcher, J S Mor
rill, J E Walker, Mrs S Walker, Master Walker,
and 17 steerage.
Per Charleston and Savaunah Railway. Oct
21 Lee Roy Myers & Cos, J P Williams <& Cos. J
R Bedell, M Maclean. J S Wood A Pro, Woods A
Cos, Montague A Cos, Jno Flannery A Cos, M Y A
DI Mclntire, Herron &G. .
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
Oct 21 Transfer Office, Jno Flannery A Cos.
Grady, DeL A Cos, M Y Henderson, M Boley A
Sou, Savannah Steam Bakery, J C Thompson,
S Cohen, Lee Roy Myers A Cos, Ulientlinl A Son,
Docker A E, E 1’ Jones. G V Hooker A Cos. Win
Kehoe A Cos. A Leffier, Frank A Cos, Smith Bros
A Cos, G W Tiedeman, J K Clarke A Cos, S Stern,
Dale, I) A Cos, McDonough A Cos, A A Aveilhe, B
Hart, Southern Cotlou (HI Cos, M Eerst A Cos, H
Connell. J P Williams A Cos. A Einstein’s Sons,
Bendheim Bros A Cos. T l’ Bond A Cos, C L Jones,
W D Sirnkins A Cos, C E Stubs. Kavanaugb A B.
W S Hawkins, W W Gordon A Cos, Herron A G,
H 51 Comer A Cos, Montague A Cos. F M Farley, C
Ellis, M Maclean, Woods A Cos. J S Wood A Bro,
Ellis, Y A Cos, Peacock, H A Cos, E T Roberts.
Per Central Railroad, Oct 24—Fordg Agt,
J P Williams A Cos. W W Gordon A Cos. A A Tin
ner. Herron AG, W W Chisholm. Warren AA,
Baldwin A Cos, Montague A Cos. Slater, M A Cos,
MY & D 1 Mclntire, Jno Flannery A Cos, N W
Turner. Garnett, S A Cos. JC Thompson, Cbas
Ellis, Pearson A S. G s\’alter A Cos, Thitler A S,
H 51 Comer A Cos. Woods A Cos, J S Wood A Bro,
Fsl Farley, Savannah Guano Cos. R D Bogart,
Hammond, H A Cos. Warnock A 3Y, Dr D Cox,
Standard 51fg Cos. Haines A D. E Lovell A Son.
A Hanley. Southern Cotton Oil Cos, A S Nichols,
Peacock', II A Cos, C E St.ults, A J Miller A Cos,
P McGlashan, C H Carson, M Boley A Son. J
Paulsen. W 1 51il!er. H Porter, Savannah Times,
Decker A F, 51 Williams, H Solomon A Son, C R
Woods. S Guckenlieimer A Son, Moore, H A Cos,
Epstein A W, Grady. DeL A Co.StUlwell. P A 51,
fl Schwartz, Jos A Roberts A Cos, Harms AJ,
H Myers A Bros, A leffier, Ray A Q. Rieser A S,
Perse AL. 51 Ferst & Cos. Palmer Bros. Frank
Ward. A Ehrlich A Bro, W C Jackson, F Golden,
Chesnutt A O’N. Ellis, Y A Cos. Smith Bros A Cos,
Frank A Cos, Mrs C N Davis.
Per steamship Citv of slacon. from Boston—
Appel AS, AR Altniayer A Cos, Byck Bros, II
Baslilott. 51 Boley A Son, A S Cohen.Collat Bros,
Crohati A D, W G Cooper, W S Cherry A Cos, C
Ellis, S Cohen, J S Collins A Cos, Dale, D A Cos,
A Doyle, Epstein As\ , A Ehrlich A Bro. Thos
Enright, A Einstein's Sons. M Ferst A Cos, J B
Gaudry, S Guekenheiiner A Sou. F Gutman, A
Krauss. A B Hull, Hirseh Bros. J 8 Haines, R S
Jones, J Hollenbrock, Kavanaugh A B, T L Kin
sev. Lovell A L. E Lovell A Son. Lindsay A M. N
Lang, Jno Lyons A Cos, Meinhard Bros A Cos, D J
Slorrison, D P Myerson, A 51 i nis A Sons, E M
slalley. A .1 slilier A Cos, McGilliß A M. N II S 51
Cos. J slgGrath A Cos. It D McDonell. C E Stults.
A S Nichols, Order Herman A K, Palmer Bros, J
Perlinski, L Hemion, J Rosenheim A Cos, Geo E
Richardson, River Literage A W Cos, H Solomon
A Soil, Slater, M A Cos. H P smart. E A Smith,
Savannah Steam Bakery. W D Simkins A Cos, D
R Thomas. E A Schwarz, Savannah Guano Cos,
Southern Cotton Oil Cos. Strauss Bros, J Schro
der, P Tubordy, Ga A Fla 1 S B Cos, stmr Katie,
Southern Ex Cos.
Per steamship 5Vm Lawrence, from Baltimore
—G 5V Allen. A A Aveilhe. J G Butler, T Baseh,
E A Abbott, Bendheim Bros A Cos, Bond. H A E,
W G Cooper, R C Connell, J Cohen. W H Chap
lin, Commercial Guano Cos, Esl Connor, W M
Cleveland, W S Cherry A Cos. Clark A D, Chas A
Skv Ry, C R R A Bkg Cos. Cornwell A C, G Davis
A Son. Decker A F, J A Douglass A Cos. A Doyle,
slrs B Dixon, J H Estill. A Ehrlich A Bro. S K
Lewin, Epstein AW, 5! Ferst A Cos. I G Haas.
Fretwell A N. A Falk A Son, C M Gilbert A Cos,
I Freid, S Guekenheiiner A Son, A B Hull, C 51
llillsrnan, A Heller, H hatch Bros. Haines A D, E
J Keiffer, Ga A Fla 1 8 B Cos, Lippman Bros, B
W Kenbaeher, X Lang. A Leffier, Lindsay A 51,
D B Lester. Lilient.hal A Son, Jno Lyons A C’o,
Launey A G, Lloyd AA, B H Levy A Bro, J J
Lutz, Jloeh leu brock A D, D J Morrison, Mendel
A D, slcGillis A 51, J 5V sloore, R D slcDonell,
H Myers A Bros, W II Mell A Cos. T C Mavson,
Natban Bros, J G Nelson A Cos, J O'Byrne.
Order G S 51cAlpin, W D Simkins A Cos, 5Vm F
A B Hull. A slinis A Sons. Moore. H A Cos, T P
Bond A Cos. Pearson A 5..1 Perlinski, S C Par
sons, K Platsbek. G W Paris'i, Palmer Bros, J J
Reilly, Strauss Bros. H Solomon A Son. sloop
Bertha, E A Schwarz, J T Shuptrine A Bro.
J S Silva A Son. N Luther, Southern Ex Cos, str
Seminole, str Katie, str Grace Pitt, st Pope
Cat lip, Jno Sullivan. S. F A W Ry, J C Thomas.
G W Tiedeman, J D Weed A Cos, D Weisbein, P
H Ward, A 51 A C W West.
A. L. HAKTRIDGii
rUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
> of Sto< ka and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities
New York quotations furnisued by private
ticker every fifteen minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINO.
w. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago and Liverpool Exchanges. Private
direct wire to our office. Constant quotations
Lorn Chicago and New York.
ASK YOU STATIONER FOR IT. j
Does the work of one costing SIOO. Indorsed
by I.EADINU BUSINESS MKN.
GEO. BECKER Jt CO..
30 Grest Jones St.. New York City.
Send for Circular.
Mm LOVELL k SONS
HAVE MOVED BACK TO
155 BHOICHTON STREET.
a This Belt or Begenera
tor is made expressly
for the cure of derange
ments of the generative
organs. A continuous
si ream of Electricity
jk rmeuliug thro’ the
parts must restore
them to healthy action.
Do not confound this
with Electric Belts ad
vertised to cure all ills;
It Is for the oh* specific purn.-e. For lull in
formation od,lew., ftri't '• Kt.FC'i’RIC
MENKEN A ABRAHAMS,
158 BROUGHTON STREET,
CLOTHING HOUSE !
CLOTHING FOR MEN.
CLOTHING FOR YOUTHS.
CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN
LATEST STYLES AND J3EST QUALITY
Hats and Men’s Furnishing Goods.
SCITS MADE TO ORDER AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
MENKEN & ABRAHAMS,
New York Office, 050 Broadway.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The Post Office Location
SETTLED AT LAST.
THE OLD RELIABLE" SHOE HOUSE
JOS. ROSEN HEIM & CO.
at the same old place,
135 BROUGHTON STREET,
where you will find the best line of
#3 OO SHOES
ever brought to this market.
This is not an empty Brag, Boast or Bluster, but an
assertion we are prepared to stand by. An ex
amination will convince the most skeptical.
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.,
RANGES. STOVES, HOUSEKUHNISHING GOODS, ETC.
CLARKE & DANIELS
Dealers in Portable Ranges, Cooking, Parlor, Office and
Laundry Stoves, and a nice line of House Furnishing Got ds,
'table Cutlery, I’lined and Pearl Agate Ware, Coal Hods,
Sitters, etc. Also, agent for the celebrated Charter Oak,
which is guaranteed to do absolutely perfect cooking, pro
ducing the tood juicy, tender and thoroughly cooked, and a
saving of 30 per cent, of the uutrimeD'aud. coat attained
with more economy of fuel and less laboi 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 aud 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.
Cornitr Whitaker and York Streets, Savannah, Georgia.
KEHOE’S IRON WORKS
Broughton Street, from Reynolds to Randolph Streets,
Sa’va.XL.nn.altL, - - Gr©ox*g±a.
CASTING- OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
THE RAPIDLY INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
SUGAR MILLS AND PANS
m jk IT AS induced us to manufacture them on a more extensive scale than
•hr*;# 1 J ever. To that end no painn or expense lias been spared to maintain
their HIGH STAN AHD OF EX< ’ELLENCK.
*% These Mills are of the BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP, with
l.i heavy WROUGHT IRON SHAFTS (made long: to prevent danger to the
fR pf operator), and rollers of the l>est charcoal pi g iron, all turned up true.
Ef They are heavy, strong and durable, run light and even, and are guar&a
-min- ISII t** 1 * 1 * capable of grinding the heaviest fully matured
All our Mills are fully warranted for one year.
Our Pans being cast with the bottoms down,
r.y v possess smoothness, durability and uniformity of
thickness FAR SUPERIOR TO THOSE MADE IN
W Having unsurpassed facilities,
WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OFFERED.
A Largo Stock Always on Hand for Prompt Delivery.
Wm. Kehoe <fe Cos.
N. B.—The name “ KEHOE’S IRt >N WORKS.’ In cast on all our 51111 sand Pans.
SASH, HOOKS, BLINDS, ETC.
Vale Royal Mamifacturing Cos.
President. SAVANNAH, GA. Sect'y aud Treas,
LI M BER.
CYPRESS, OAK, POPLAR, YELLOW PINE, ASH, WALNUT.
M anufacturers of sash, doors, bunds, mouldings of an kinds and description!
CASINGS aud TRIMMINGS for all classes of dwelling, PEWS and P :W ENDS of our ova
design and manuf.ieture, T RNED and SCROLL B MUSTERS, ASH HANDLES for Cottoa
Hooks, CEILING, FUSORING, WAINSCOTTING, SHINGLES.
Warehouse and Up-Town Office: West Broad and Broughton Sts.
Factory and Mills: Ad;e : Ocean Steamship Co.’s Wharves.-
We want AGENTS in every city
and town. BIG COMMISSIONS.