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COMM LIU 1 AL.
SAVANN H MARKET
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, \
Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 2,4 r. m. i
Cotton -The market wag very quiet and un
i-banged. Tb**re was a fair demand at previous
nrtc-- The total sales for the day were
* 932 bales. On 'Change at tlm opening call,
*, to a m.. t e market was reported quiet and
unchanged, with sales of 92 bales. At the sec
ond call, at 1 p. m.. it was quiet, the sales be
ing 1,811 bales*. At the third and last call, at 4
m., it closed quint and unchanged, with fur
ther sales of 1,03) bales. The following are
the official closing spot quotations of the Cotton
Middling fair 936
Good middling 9Vg
Low middling.., .t 13-16
Sul Itliind —The market was quiet, but
steady and unchanged. There was a fair in
itiiirv. and about 90 bugs were sold during the
da von the basis of quotations. We quote:
t 'ommon Florida* ( 1 ®
Medium 1816® 19
Medium fine 19l6>t!i'2ff
Extra fine -\'/i ®22
Comparative Cotton Statement
'Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Nov. 2, 1887, and'
Kim toe Same Time Last Year,
1887-88. 1886-87. j
1 MaU\ Cvhmd hland.f>> lanii \
; Stock on hand Sept. 1.. 575; 0.81?* 4,30-4 1
Received to-day „ 7.01 4 50 6,752
Received previously 4,357, 399,250 4,65.6, 322,739!
! Total 4,982 418,188 8,884 838,7116
Exported to-day ns! lsjs7p|| . ..!
Total J.L'.i- 306,023 2,095 901,072
~ 1— ~ hz : ;:—; .
st*>a-k on lmnd and on ship 1
i iioarl I, ‘>,531; 107,159, 3,759, 132,723
r,ce—The market was strong for lack of stock.
Tli • demand, however, is light. The sales for
the day were 893 barrels. The following are the
Board of Trade’s official quotations. Small
job lots were held at higher:
i jood 4%®5
Tide water Si 19®1 25
Country lots 85® 90
Naval Stores—The market for spirits tur
peiiiiue was strong and advancing. There was
a good inquiry, and sales were made at
for regulars. 33%c for regulars, the closing
sales being at 31c. At the Board of Trade on
the opening call the market was reported firm
at bid for regulars. At the closing call
it was firm at paid and bid for regulars,
with sales of 265 casks. Rosin—The market
was quiet and steady. The sales for the day
were a!tout 780 lianvls. At the Board of Trade on
the first call the market was reported firm for K
and above and dull, lower to sell, for I and
below, with sales of 329 barrels at
the following quotations: A. B, C. and D
$1 00, Esl 05. Fsl 10. G Si 15, H Si 20, I Si 25.
K Si 35, M Si 45, N Si 75, window glass $2 30,
water white $2 80. At the closing call it was
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,544 77,408
Received to-day 547 2,901
Received previously 136,317 352,201
Total 189,407 432.510
Exported to-day 333 4,872
Exported previously 127,348 367,327
Total .127,681 372,199
Stock on hand and on shipboard
today 11,726 60,311
Receipts same day last year 251 642
Financial —Money is easy.
Domestic Exchaage —Easy. Banks and bank
ers are buying sight drafts at W per cent dis
count, and selling at % per cent discount to par.
Foreign Exchange— The market is weak.
Commercial demand, $4 sixty days. $4 i
ninety days, $4 7S; francs. Pans and Havre,
commercial, sixty days, $5 2794; Swiss, $5 28*4;
marks, ninety days, 94*/^.
Securities —'The market is fairly active for
both stocks and bonds, with a light investment
demand for long date bonds and debentures.
Stocks and Bonds City Bowls —At
lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 bid, no asked;
Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked; Augusta
7 per cent long date. 115 bid, 116 asked; Au
gusta 6s long date, ICS bid, 110 asked; Columbus
5 percent, 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent,
111 bid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 percent,
January coupons. 101 bid, 10i% asked; new
Savannah 5 per cent, February coupons.
state Ronds —Georgia new 6s. 1889, 101 bid,
102 asked; Georgia new 4His, 106 bid. IOOF4
asked; (ieorgia 7 per cent gold, quarterly cou
pons, 10344 bid. 105 asked: Georgia 7 per cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1896, 120
bid> 121 asked.
Railroad. Stocks —Central common, 123 bid,
123% asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 percent
guaranteed, 131 bid, 182 asked; Georgia com
mon, 195 bid, 197 asked: Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 125)4 bid, 120)4 asked; Cen
tral 6 per cent, certiiicates, 100)4 bid. 101 asked;
\tlanta and West Point railroad stock, 105 bid,
107 asked; Atlanta and West Point ft percent
certificates, 103 bid. 101 asked.
Railroad Bonds— Savannah Florida and
Western Railway Company general
mortgage 6 per cent interest, coupons October,
111 bid, 114 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mort
gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons Janu
ary and July, maturity 1307, 112 bid, 113
asked; Central consolidated moitgage 7 per
cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1393,
10937 bid, 110)4 asked; Georgia railroad Os. 1897.
106 bid, 108 asked; Mobile and Girard second
mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, coui>ons January
and July, maturity, 1889, 102 bid, 103)4 asked;
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage ft per
cent, indorsed by Central railroad, 100(4 bid.
108 asked; Marietta and North Georgia first,
mortgage, 50 years, 6 per cent, 100 bid, 101}-a
asked; Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta first
mortgage, 109 bid 11 asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia and August* .econd mortgage, 110
iisked; Wastsru AWbama second mortgage
indorsed 8 per cost, 103 bid. 107 asked; South
Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid, 120
asked; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 111 bid, 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent. 111 bid,
111)4 asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and South
era first mortgage guaranteed, 115 bid, 116)4
asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship
6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Central
railroad, 103 bid, 103)4 asked; Gainesville.
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus and
Home first mortgage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad. 104 bid, 106 asked; Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed, 108 bid,
110 asked; City and Suburban railway first mort
gage 7 per cent, 107 bid, 109 asked.
Bank Slocks— Nominal. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia, 198 bid. 202 asked; Mer
chants'National Bank, 160 bid. 105 asked; Sa
'nrmah 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.
Has Stocks -- Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
dividend, 20 bid, 20)4 asked; Mutual Gas Light
stock, 20 bid, 23 aske
Bacon Market steady; demand good: smoked
eiear rib sides, B%c: shoulders, fiWc; dry salted
clear rib sides. 7%0: long clear, 7%c; shoulders,
none; hams, 13c.
bsooiNO and Ties— Market irregular. We
guote: Bagging—2% lbs, 8%08%c; 2 lbs, 7%®
• %c; 1% lbs, 6%07%e, according to brand and
quantity, iron ties—Arrow and other brands,
none; nominal. Si 25 per bundle, according to i
bi and and quantity. Bagging and tios in re
tail lots a fraction higher.
Bt-TTER Market, steady; oleomargarine, 14®
16e; choice Goshen, 20c; gilt edge, 23025 c;
creamery, 25038 c.
Cabbaoe—Northern, 12@18e. <
Cheese—Market steady; fair demand. We
Co:'fek—The market is steady. We quote,
Ordinary, 19%e: fair, 30%c; good, 21c; choice,
22c; |K-aberry, 24c.
lOuEl) Kri-it—Apples, evaporated, ll%e;
Peeked, 7%c. Peaches, peeled, 20c; unpeeled,
607 c. Currants, 7c. Citron, 25c.
Dry Goons—The market is firm; business fair.
We quote: Prints, I0,(io; Georgia brown shirt
mg. 14, 4%c; 7-ftdo, 5)4c: 4-1 brown sheeting,
6%c; white osnnburgs, B%®loc - checks, 6%0
>c:yarns, 85c for best makes, brown drillings,
Kish—Light demand on account of high
Prices. Wo quote full weights: Mackerel—No.
LB7 50010 00; No. 3. half barrels, nominal,
$6 0007 00; No. 2. $7 5008 30. Herring—No. 1.
20c; scaled, 25c. Cod. 5 08c.
F’iau’r— Market linn; demand moderate.
We quote: Extra, e l 75®8 90; fancy, $4 50®
4 85; choice patent, 88 100 5 36: family, $4 1504
Fruit Lemons-Demand light. We quote:
$ 000 3 50. Appu s. Northern. $3 00® 4 00.
grain '.Vrn Market very firm; demand
light. WVqnte: White corn, job lots, 69c;
carload lets. lu*; mixed lots, 65c; car*
ltn 1 lots, (J2(\ Oats *t,*ad.v; demand good. Wo
uu<*t : Mixed oats, lx-; carload lots, 4<>c. Bran,
sllO. Meal, 62tgc. Grist, ]>*r bushel. 67V4e.
Hay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 10; carload lots. $1 09; Eastern, none; North*
j ern, none.
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re
| ccipts light; dry ftiur, lie; salted, 9c: dry
butcher. Bc. Wool—Receipts light; prime, in
bales, 25c; burry. 10® 15c. Wax, 18c. Tab
1 low .8® 4c. Deer skins, flint, 20e; salted, 16c.
Otter skins, 50c® $4 00.
Iron—Market Arm; Swede, 4*4®sc; refined,
Lard—Market steady; in tierces, 7%c; 50 lb
Lime, talcjvld Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama l::np lime is i:i .‘air demand, and is s*.l*
in;; at $' 30 pel barrv : t.i*orgia, Si 30 per bar
rel, calcined plaster, $1 85 jier barrel; nair, 4c;
Rosendolo cement. $1 50; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stock; steady demand. Bour
lx)n, $1 s<>®s 50; rye, SISO®6UO: rectified,
$1 00®1 35. Ales michaiiged and in fair de
Nails- Market firm: fAir demand. We quote:
3d, $3 81); 4d and 6d, $3 15; 6d, $2 90; Bd, §2 60;
lOtl to 60 d, $2 40 |H*r keg.
Nuts—Almonds—Tarragona. ; Ivicas,
17®18c: walnuts. French, 12c; Naples, 16c; pe
caus, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; coeoanuts,
Ban acoa. $5 00 per 100.
Oils—Market firm: demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black. ®10c; lard, SV;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, s£4@ioc; water white.
13V4c; neatsfoot. 05®80e; iifochinerv, 25®3t V;
linseed, raw, iSe: boiled .51c; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18-’; homelight. 18c.
Onion- Northern, per barrel, $3 75.
Potatoes—Northern, $3 00.
Peas—New crop in light supply and demand;
cow peas, mixed, 75c: clay, lH)o; sieckled $1 10;
Mack eye, $1 s(>®l 75; white crowder, $1 50®
Prunes—Turkish. sLgc; French, 11c.
Raisins— Demand light; mark* t steady. Lay
ers, $3 ‘X); London 1 vers, new, $3 25 per box
Salt—The demand is moderate ana the mar
ket is quiet; carload lojs, 65c fob; job lots, 75
8* hot—Drop, $! 40; buck. $1 65.
Sugar -The market is Higher; cut loaf,
standard A. 6s}c; extra C. 6tic; yellow O, ssJc;
grami ated. 7*, s c. powdered, vjoc.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia dull at 35® 40c; the
market is quiet for sugarhouse at 30®40c: Cuba
straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugarlious *
inolassess, 2 , K*.
Tobacco—Market dull: demand moderate.
We quote; Smoking. 25c®$l 25; chewing, com
1110:1. sound, 25® 30c; fair, 30®35c; medium, 38
®soe: bright, 50®75c: fine fancy, 85®9.)e; < xtra
fine, 90e(f&$l 10; bright navies, dark
Lumber—There is a continue 1 steady move
ment, and prices remain firm at quotations. We
Ordinary sizes sl3 50<Jhl7 00
Difficult sizes 16
Flooring boards 16 OO.q/wl 50
Sbipstuff 18 50<gy21 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 0957,11 00
800 “ ** 10 X)(gGl 03
9i>3 * k “ 11
1,000 “ “ 12 00@14 00
Shipping timber in the raft—
7(H) feet average $ 6 OOTfv 7 00
800 •* 7 00® 8 00
900 “ “ 8 00® 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00®10 00
Mill timber $1 below’ these figures.
Lumber—By sail—The supply of tonnage in
port and the offerings to arrive are quite up to
to the wants of trade, and rates are weak at quo
tations. Freight limits are from $500®6 00from
this and the near Georgia ports to the Chesa
peake ports. Philadelphia, New York. Sound
I>orts and eastward. Timber, 50c®$1 00 higher
than lumber rates. To tue West Indies and
windward, nominal; to South America, sl3 00®
14 00; to Spanish and Mediterranean ports,
sll 00® 12 0i; to United Kingdom for orders,
timber, 27®285; lumber. £3 15s. Steam—' To
New York, $7 00; to Philadelphia, 0J; to
Boston, $9 00
Naval Stores—Firm but nominal. Foreign-
Cork. etc., for orders 2s 10}£d, and, or, 4s \ y 3 and;
Adriatic, rosin, 3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s 9d. Coast
wise—Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosin. $1 00 on
spirits: to New York, rosin .50*:, spirits 80c; to
Philadelphia, rosin 30c. spirits HOc; to Baltimore,
rosin 30c, spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By steam—The market is strong,
with a considerable scarcity ot freight room.
Liverpool direct 21 -64d
Antwerp 19-6 4d
Bremen direct 11-3 and
Reval direct 11 -32d
Havre direct 5-16d
Genoa direct U4d
Barcelona direct 11-32d
Liverpool via New’ York lb 11-32d
Liverpool via Baltimore |k lb 11 32d
Antwerp via New York 5-16*1
Havre via New York a..j
Bremen via New’ York $1 tb 11 16c
Reval vja New York 25-643
Bremen via Baltimore $ lb 7<)c
Amsterdam via New York 70c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 70c
Boston bale $1 75
Sea island bale 200
New r York ip bale 1 50
Sea island $ bale f . ... 175
Philadelphia $ bale 1 50
Sea island $ bale .. 1 75
Baltimore # bale 1 25
Providence $4 bale. 1 50
New York $ barrel 60
Philadelphia barrel 60
Baltimore barrel 60
Boston $ barrel to
Grown fowls pair $65 ® 75
Chickens, to *>4 grown 4) ® 50
Ducks # pair 60 ® 80
Geese $ pair 1 00 ®1 25
Turkeys pair 125 ®2 00
Eggs, country, per dozen 20 ® 22
Peanuts—Fancy li. p. Ya. ?? 1h ® 6
Peanuts— Hand''picked, $Tb ® 5
Peanuts—Ga. bushel, nominal . 75 ® SK)
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams bush. 50 ® 60
Sweet potatoes, white j ams bush 40 ® 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts ample;
Egos—Market strong, with a good demand
and in good supply.
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate; mar
Sugar—Georgia and Florida, nominal; none in
Honey—No demand; nominal.
Sw'eet Potatoes—lu fair demand; receipts
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. Nov. 2. noon.—Stocks dull but
steady. Money easy at 30,4 percent. Exchange
—long, 84 81%@4 83; snort. 84 85)40,4 85%.
State bonds neglected. Government bonds dull
5:00 p. in.—Exchange dull but steady. Money
easy at 3@4 per cent., closing offered at 3.
Sub-Tredsurv balances—Gold. 8132,147,000; cur
rency $11,925,000. Government bonds dull but
steaJy; four per cents 126%; four and a half
per cents 108%. State bonds entirely nog
The stock market to-day was a shade more
active, but the temper was uot so bullish as yes
terday, though the market showed a firm’un
dertone throughout. The good feeling existing
last evening was still powerful this morning,
and the market responded quickly to the high
Loudon quotation. Humors were current that
tlie Delaware and Hudson dividend would be
increased, and that stock was prominently
strung. Southern stocks were also favorites
late in the day Bears again selected Missouri
Pacific to break the list, and by persistent bam
muring depressed its price 1)4 percent, from
the opening figures. Little impression, however,
was made on the general list until late in the
day. when earlv advances were wiped out In
many eases. I'he best prices were recorded
about 2 p. m. The market closed quiet but
heavy at close to opening figures, as a general
thing. Prices are irregular as compared with
those of last evening, and are about equally
divided between gains and losses, generally for
fractions only. The following were the closing
Ala.classA, 2 t 08.106 New Orieans Pa-
Ala, class B, ss. 10ft eifle, Ist mort... 81
Georgia 7s, mort. .103)4 N. Y C'enti al 107
N. Carolina 65. ... 120 Norf. &W. pref... 39-}$
N. Carolina 4s— 96 Nor. Pacific 21*4
So. Caro. (Brown 11 pref... 44)4
consols 106 Pacific Mail 34)4
Tennessee set 70)4 Reading 63%
VirginiaOs *4B Richmond ft Ale.. 5
Va. consolidated. 45 Rieuinomi & Danv —-
Ch’peake A Ohio. 1 Kicbm'd &W. Pt. 23)4
Northwestern . ..103 Rock Island 112
“ preferred... 1 SO4 St. Paul 72%
Dela.and Lack—l 27% “ preferred .111)4
Erie 27% Texas Pacific 24%
East. Tennessee. .11 , Tenn. Coal & Iron. 27
Lake Shore 94 Union Pacific 48%
L'vllle & Nash.. .. 58% N. J. Central 73%
Memphis* Char. 46 Missouri Pacific... 80%
Mobile & Ohio *lO Western Uuion... 77%
Nash. * Chatt'a.. 75)4 Cotton Oil certifi.. 31%
Liverpool. Nov. 2. noon.—Cotton -Business
quiet at unchanged rates; middling uplands
5 5-1 fid, middling Orleans 3 7-10d: sales 12,000
bales, for speculation and export 2,000 bales;
receipts O.OJO bales—American 5,800.
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, No
vember delivery 5 15-6405 16 64d; November
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887.
an .1 ecember 513 64d; December and January
513 tUd; January and Februar 5 1.-6 id: Feb
ruary and March 5 13-64d; March ami April
5 1 *-64*1; May and June 5 18-64(1; June and July
5 20-64d. Market quiet.
2 p m.—The sales to day included 8,000 bales
Futures- Uplands, low middling clause, No
vember delivery 5 15-64d, sellers; November and
December . i3-64d, sellers; Deceml>er and
January 5 12-64d, buyers; January and February
513 6id. buyers; February and March 5 13-64*1.
sellers; March and April 5 14-tVld. buyers: April
and May 5 16 6UI. value: May and June 5 18-64*1.
sellers; Juno and July 5 20-64*1, sellers. Market
4 p. iu.—Futures: Cnlands. low middling
clause, Novemlier delivery 5 16-64d, sellers: No
vember and December .5 13-64d, value: Decem
ber and January 5 12-04d, buyers: January and
February 5 !2-64d, buyers: Fo ore ary and March
•5 !0-64d.sellers; March and April 5 14-64d.buyers;
April and Muy 5 16-64d. buyers; May and dime
5 13 64*1, value; June and July 5 20-04d, Kellers.
Market closed quiet
Manchester. Nov. 2.--The Guardian says:
“The volume of business hits not improved. The
demand is moderate. Pnxluoers of standard
makes of China shiitings can sell a fair quan
tity at prices of a week ago. but they frequently
require au advance. The inquiry for India is
weak. Most of the other foreign market* and
home trade are also weak. Business in export
yarns is small. Cloth is generally inactive. Oc
casionally sellers an 1 anxious to sell. There is
a moderate inquiry for flnor lighter India fab
rics. Best meaium print are firm. There have
Iwii small sales. Common are freely offered
at previous prices. There is a small miscella
neous business in heavy goods at former rates.
Best makes of Mexicans are firm. The demand
for colored woven goods has lessened decidedly
during the past three weeks.
New York, Nov. 2, noon.—Cotton quiet; mid
dling uplands middling Orleans sales
Futures—Market opened steady, with sales as
follows: November delivery 9 63c, December
9 62c, January 9 66c, February 9 73c, March
9 80c, April 9 87c
5:00 p. m.—Market closed quiet : middling up
lands 9®e, middling Orleans 9 n je; sales to
day 203 bales; net end gross receipts none
Futures—Market closed barely stead \ .*h
sales of 04,0)0 bales, n.s follows: November (to
ll very 9 34®9 65c, December if &l(q 6 •. January
9 66( 67c. February 973 / 9 74c, Man* 1 9 B(>®
81c, April 9 87®9 BSc, May 9 94®9 95c, June
10 *‘l®lo 02c. July loo7®lo 09c*.
Green & Co.’s report on cotton futures says:
“Cmtiacts lor cotton were moving lightly and
without any very pronounced feature, though,
on the whole, the position was fairly well sus
tained. Abroad features remained as before,
and with the exception of apparent shriukin :
tendency In port receipts, the South rent
nothing new. leaving optrators without any
special incentive, and business drifted alons:
mainly under the influence of local manipula
(in. This produced something of an effort to
force values off. and while successful in taking
away an early advance of 2®3 points, create *
no actual weakness, and the close found rates
practically the same as last evening, with offer
Galveston, Nov. .’.—Cotton quiet but steady:
middling .>* /ti c; net receipts 5.462 bales, gross
5,462; sales 1.74-i bales: stock 76,475 uaies; ex
!>or. s. to Great Britain 3.873 bales.
Norfolk. Nov. —Cotton steady: middling
9 5-16 c; net receipts 4,n.;6 bales, gross 4.6 ->.
sales 1.4-40 bales; stocK 33.007 hale>; exports,
to Great Britain 6,505 bales, coastw ise 924.
Baltimore. Nov. 2.— Colton quiet: middling
9V6c; net receipts none, gross 1,575 bales; sales
none; stock 8,406 bales: sales to spinner.- . 0
bales; exports, to Great Britain 1,218 baler,
oastw ise 808.
Boston, Nov. 2.—Cotton quiet; middling
994 c; net receipts 1,4\’8 l>ales, gross 8,917;
none; stock none.
Wilminoton, No' — Cotton firm; middling
OViC; net receipts 517 l>ales, gross 517; sale*
none; stock 24,815 liales; exports, to Great
Britain 5,025 bales, coastwise 3,709.
Philadelphia, Nov, ’.—Cotton firm; middling
944 c; net receipts 24 bales, gross 24; stock 3,535
New Orleans, Nov. 2.—Cotton quiet; middling
9 5 „c; net receipts bales, gross 13.114;
sal*'* 5,500 baies;
Mobile, Nov. 2.—Cotton quiet but steady;
middling 9c; net receipts spi baies, gross 130;
sales 1,000 bales; stock 22,616 bales; exports,
coastwise 1,218 bales.
Memphis, Nov. 2. Cotton firm; middling
9 1 16c; receipts 3,187 bales; shipments 2.954;
salas 71; stock 108.875 bales.
Augusta. Nov. 2.—Cotton quiet but steady:
middling 9c; receipts 1,812 bales; sales 1,477
Charleston, Nov. 2.— Cotton quiet but firm:
middling 9Hc: t-t receipts 2.408 bales, gross
2.40:-: sales 500 bales: stock 50,084 bales; ex
ports, coastwise 1,714 bales.
Atlanta, Nov. 2.—Cotton quiet; middling
c; receipts 1,4*56 bales.
New York, Nov. 2.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports t > la ’ 37,060 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 33.038 bales, to the continent
provisions, groceries, it*.
Liverpool. Nov. 2, noon.—Wheat firm. Corn
New York. Nov. 2, noon.—Flour quiet but
steady. Wheat better. Corn easier. Pork dull;
mess sl4 00014 50. Lard linn at $6 80. Freights
firm. Old mess dull at sl3 50013 75.
5:00 p. in.—Southern flour unchanged. Wheat
steady : No. 2 red, November delivery 88088%c.
December n3% 1 ml, • Muv m.i ./,i t 1 corn
firm: No. 2. Noveulberdeliverj 52%®52%c, D>-
cemlier 5.’%®.324*4C. May 53%'n 53' s c. Oats %0
%e higher; No. 2.November delivery 33%®33%e,
December 3 ,%0.33%c, May 35 111 hr: No. 2, cash
33V41C 3:,)4c. Hops firm, Coffee, fair Rio, on
spot dull at 18%c; options 204/25 points lower
and less active. No. 7 Rio, November delivery
10 207f 16 25e. Deeemlier I*> 10 ,/. 13 .Ur. May 15 50
016 65c. Sugar quiet; refined quiet. Molassey
closed dull and weak. Cotton sred . 0i1.740c foV
crude, refined nominal. Hide-Li raoderate de-'
maud Wool steady but quiet;''domestic'fleece
260,34 c. pulled 14032 c, pulled'.9o.22c. Pork
duu; mess 814 0(1014 50 f0r.01d,.513'50013 75
for new. Beef steady. Cut meats steady. Mid
dles dull and nominal. Lard 304 points lower
and rather quiet; Western steam, on sprit
86 85, November delivery $6 820.6 66, December
36 5606 59. Freights dull: cotton, per steam,
9-64d; grain, per steam. 3%d.
Chicaoc, Nov. 2.—A moderate business was
transacted in the wheat market to-day, but it
was chiefly of a local character. There was
some buying, supposed to be for local parties,
and operators were rather bullishly inclined.
Liberal receipts in the Northwest, however, had
some effect in checking the advancingtcndeucy.
Corn developed a firmer feeling to-day. and
prices ruled somewhat stronger. The strength
was mainly due to light receipts, good cash de
maud and free buying at times of November by
a prominent local operator. The market opened
a shade higher, was easy for a time, then ruled
firm, advancing %c for November and %®%e
for other futures, ruled steady and closed with
November and May at yesterday’s closing fig
ures. Oats were steady and firm, with specula
tive deliveries remaining close to yesterday's
figure. The volume of trade was fairly large.
Provisions were moderately active, but the feel
mg was quite strong, and prices were slightly
inclined in favor of buyers. Receipts of hogs
were liberal and prices lower, and this had a
weakening influence on the provision market
and in a measure checked the inquiry for lead
ing speculative articles. Deferred deli'erics
attracted most attention. Trading was fair at
about former figures.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
in fair inquiry and steady. Wheat, No. 2 spring
72)i(.(,72%'-; No. 2 red 72%c. Corn. No. 2,41%
041 %c. Oats, No. 2. 25%C. Mess pork, sl2 75®,
13 00. Lard, per 100 lbs, gt, 32)*()0 35. Short rib
sides, loose $6 40. Dry salted shoulders, boxed,
80 0005 10 Short clear sides, boxed $6 800
6 90. Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Higuest. Closing.
No. 2 WHEAT—
Nov. delivery.... 72% 72% 71%
Dec. delivery ... 13% 73% 73
May delivery ... 79% 79% 78%
Corn, No. 2
Nov. delivery 41)4 41% 41%
Dec. delivery 41% 41% 41%
May deli very— 45% 45% 45
Oats, No. 2
Nov. delivery.... 25% 25% 25%
Dec. delivery.... 25% 25% 25*%
May delivery 29% 99% 29%
A] iriiu PnDV
Jan. delivery... .sl2 50 sl2
Feb. delivery 12 60 12
May delivery.... 13 00 33 05 12 97^
Nov. delivery $6 30 $6 30 $0 25W
Dec. delivery..,. 630 030 6 25W
3lay delivery.... 605 C 65 6 62^
Jan. delivery $6 32% $0 32% $6 30
Feb. delivery.... 640 640 6 87%
Baltimore. Nov. 2.—Flour quiet blit
steudv. Howard street and Western superfine
$2 8702 75, extra $3 0003 60, family $3 7304 50,
city mills superfine #2 3702 60, extra $3 200
3 62; Rio brands $42504 60. Wheat--Southern
quiet hut steady; red 78083 c. amberßloßsc:
W<>stern quiet but firm: No. 2 winter red, on
spot 800*1 %c. Com—Southern inactive but
firm; white 47049 c, yellow 49c bid.
St. Loots. Nov. 2.—Flour steady. Wheat—
No. 2 red, cash 71%072%c, November delivery
71%c. May 80%'3,80%c. Corn - cash 39c. Novem
ber delivery 38%c, May 4!%041%c. Oats
steady; cadi 24%®2>c, November delivery
24*>4c, Slayi2B%c. Whisky steady at $1 05. Pro
visions easy: Pork, summer cured sl2 50. I,aril
$6 1006 20. Dry salt meats —boxed shoulders
84 87%05 00, long clear $6 37%®6 67%. clear
ribs $6117)*06 7.5. short clear $6 87%@7 00.
Bacon—boxed shpulciers $5 “5, long clear
$7 60®7 67%, clear r.os $7 75. short clear $8 00
08 12%. Hams stea !y at sll 00011 23.
Cincinnati, Nov. 2.— -Flour barely steady.
Wheat Milieu No. 2 red 75c. Com strong a..d
higher; No. 2 mixed 4W 4 ,u 9c Oats stronger:
No. 2 mixed SAt.jc. Provisions -Pork steady at
$lB. Lard linn!”. im •si a bum meats
quiet- and n-ie'itnered. M i.i.e -i and un
changed. VThisky steady at $1 03. Hogs fairly
active out lower; common nun light r-- 60®
4 sii. packing and butchers s 1 35 k < tin.
Louisville, Nov. 2. — Graiu cloved unchanged.
Wheat -N0%2 red 16c. Corn—No. 2 mixwl IV.
Oat;; No. 2 mixed. 2Sc. Provisions closed inti-it:
Bacon -dear rib sides $6, clear sides $5 SO,
shoulders $6 23. Bulk meats--shoulders So 25.
dear rih sides $7, dear sides $7 SO. sless pork
nominal. Hams, sugar cured $ll -10.
New Orleans, Nov. 2.—Cotton s -e-t products
quiet. Sugar closed quiet hut stead., : Louis
iana centrifugals, choice yello.v eiarilti* i
Kime yellow clarifled s'y 5!-il.isses dull;
vuisiann open kettle, choice 42;< (3c. strictly
prime 40c: ceutritugaK strictly prime 29®30e.
Other articles unchanged.
NAVAL S rolls*.
Lonpon. Nov. 2.—Spirits turpentine 27s
New York, Nov. 2, noon. — Spirits : irvtt-tns
. t idyntStlMe. Rosin steady a. $1 KL>i il2\
o:00 p. m.—Rosin dull at $1 l7Lj.it I 25. Turpen
tine steailv at 36(de.
Oharlkston, Nov 2.—Spirits turpentine 33c.
Rosin firm; good strained 85c.
Wilminotox. Nov. 2. Spirits turpentine firm
at twe e. Rosin firm; strained 80c, goo-1 strained
She. tar firm at $1 20. Crude turiieatiue firm;
hard $1 05; yellow dip $1 90: virgiu it SVL
New York. Nov. 2.— Rice steady.
New Orleans, Nov. 2 —Rice unchanged.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENT E.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Spn Kikes B: 17
Srx* Sets 5:10
Hion Water at Savannah . 9:33 am. 0:41 p M
Thursday. Nov 3, 1887.
ARRIVED YEST EKD A Y
Steamship Dessoug, Howes, Philadelphia—C
Steamship Touawauda, Brickley, New York,
in ballast -Master.
Bari; Caroline (Nori, Sorensen, Hamburg,with
kainit to order; vessel to Master.
Schr John K Souther, BalUno. Boston, In hat
last, to loa.l for Perth Amooy—Jos A Roberts A
Steamer Ethel. Carroll, Cohen's Bluff and way
landings —W T Gibson, slanager.
Bark Margarethe (Ger), Supplies. Harburg—
Paterson, Downing A Cos.
Steamship Annie (Br), Ormistcn, Bremen—
A slinis A Sons. ,
Steamer Katie, Bevill. Augusta aad way land
ings—J G .Medlock, Agent.
Steamship Abeona (Br) Reval.
Steantship Amite (Br). Bremen.
Steamship Bayley (Br). Liverpool.
Bark Amarauthe (Gar), Trieste.
Bark Anita t Hr), (formerly Glen, Darien.
Schr Jesse W Starr, Darien.
New York. Oct 31—Sailed, bark Freeda A Wil
Genoa, Oet 26-Sailed, bark Unione l’(Ital),
Liverpool. Oct 29—Sailed, bark Bessie Hantil
ton. for Pensacola. 0
,;.o.ia leiro, - c- 11—Sailed, barks Freija(Nor).
Pensacola; Waltikka (Rush Bergman, do.
Ivmerara. Oet 13—Sailed, bark Riga (Nor),
Apalachicola. Oct 27-Cleared, harks Oetn,
Wallace, Portland. Me; 2Uth. Fredsael (Nor).
Norberg, Buenos Ayres; schr Anna Cook, Phila
LUtnmore, Oct 31-Anchored off BluiT Point,
sctir Chas E Young, for Savannah.
Brunswick, Oet 26 Cleared, bark Meteor
(Nor). Jensen. Hamburg; gktti. steamer Berbiee,
(Br), Walker, Liverrtool.
31st—Arrived, schr Glynn, Brockington, Nas
Darien, Oct 29 -Cleared, schrs Helen L 51artin.
Bickmore, Now Yori;; F L Richardson. Balano,
Portland, sle; George L Drake, Uoldtbwaite,
Georgetown, S C, Oct 29—Sailed, Kehrs Lizzie
S James. Johnson. Boston; George It Congilon,
Bayles, New York.
Jacksonville, Oct 29 Arrived, schrs Jennie
Rosaline, Saxton. Chester; Fearless (Br), 51a
lone. Green Turtle Cay.
Cleared, schr Sarah C Smith, Knott, New
Pensacola. Oct 22—In quarantine, harks Otta
wa (Nor), Torgensen, Barbados; Aden* A Sabine
(Nor), Jorgensen, Buenos Ayres.; 27tii barns
Gettysburg (Nor). Stewart, Rio Janeiro; Rosalie
(Sw). Anderson, Buenos Ayres; Awenire (Ital),
Port Royal. SC, Oct 31—Off Fishing Rip, bark
slary Hasbrouck, Ludwigs, Bostou, waiting
Delaware Breakwater, Oct 29—Passed out,
steamship Elphiustone (Br), Philadelphia for
30th—Arrived, schr Lizzie Chadwick, Chad
wick. Femandina for New York.
So ilia River, Ga,Oct 27—Arrived, seltr Edward
G Yaulane, Barrett, Brunswick.
Schr Amelia P Schmidt. Pashlev, from Jack
sonville for New York, Oct 29, lat 36 32, lon
NOTICE TO SLARINERS.
Charleston, Oct 31—A black buoy No 5. has by
order of the I lighthouse nspector been placed
west oft he gas buoy in South Channel, Cliarles
,ton harbor. This marks the extreme western
limit of the "channel.
Washington, Nov 2—The Lighthouse Board
gives notice that, on or about Nov 15, 1887, a
whistling buoy, painted black, will be moored
in about 50 feet of water, off the southwest
point of Frying Pan Shoals, N C, in place of tin*
first-class nun buoy now there. Tins buoy will
lx? sounded by the action of the sea and give
front 20 to 30 blasts per minute.
51 ARITIAfE MISCELLANY.
The reported arrival up from quarantine of
the barks Unione (Br). and Melchoirre dtal), in
yesterday's issue was an error.
London, Oct 81—Ship Havelock (Br), sleredith,
at Liverpool from Pensacola, jettisoned her decs
load on the passage
Pensacola. Oct 27—Schr Scotia, from s!obile
for Caibarien, before reported, arrived here
waterlogged. Ac. was brought in by tug Juno,
which picked her up last Tuesday, about 50
miles out at sea. The Scotia lies in the lower
Norfolk, Va. Nov 2—Schooner Harriet Thomas,
from New Haven for Baltimore, was driven
ashore on Virginia beach during storm of Oet
31. She will be a total loss.
Schr Carrie Holmes, from New Haven for
Norfolk. Is ashore at Cape Henry.
Schr Manatico, from Albany for Richmond,
is ashore near Virginia beaett. The Captain and
cook were lost.
Bark Harvester (Br), from Londonderry for
Baltimore, is ashore 3 miles ea-t of Ocean View.
She is lying easy and there are hopes of saving
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Nov
2—36 bales cotton, 10 bbls spirits turpentine, 33
bbls rosin, 1 car wood, 15 sack*- peanuts, 20 pkgs
buckets, 20 boxes tobacco. 20 stoves. 25 bids rice,
180 bunches bananas, 10 boxes bacon, 165 racks
guano. 3 cars clay, 6 cars rails, 2 cars e bbls.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway.
Nov 2—1.700 bales cotton. 2,438 bbls rosin. 532
bbls spirits turpentine. 1 car iron, 29 bales moss,
2 cars tel poles. 34 bales hides. 19 cars lumber. I
cats wool. 9 bbls syrup. 20 bbls sugar, 10 bbls
eggs. 15 bbls whisky, 2.279 boxes oranges, 33 bbls
bgs, 64 boxes lemons, 3 cars furniture, 135 sacks
cotton seed. 20 cases clothing, 25 boxes starch, 3
cars coal, 185 sacks rice, 28 cases handles, 3
horses, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad, Nov 2- 5,218 bales cot
ton, 37 bales yarn, 134 bales domestics, 2 kegs
paint, 7 bales hides. 2 rolls leather. spkgs pa;>er,
141 pkgs tobacco. 927 lbs fruit, 1,170 Ins bacon, 10
bbls meal, 120 bbls lime, 8 bbls whisky, 3 hf
bbls whisky. 10 pkgs flour, 14 bills Horn*. 76 head
horses, 8 cars lumber, 1 car wood, 1 car doors
and sash. 1 car staves, 66 pkgs wood in shape, 1
car bid mat’l, 134 tons pig iron, 174 pkgs mdse.
2 pkgs machinery, 2 pkga vegetables, 266 do/,
brooms. 1 pkg carriage material, 1 pkg plows. 2
bales paper stock. 12 pkgs empties, l car marble.
150 bbls cotton seed oil, i car brick, 1 box soap,
201 pkgs hardware. It bbls eggs, 20 cases eggs.
85 bbls spirits turpentine, 405 bbls rosin,
Per steamship Annie (Br), Eremen—s,oß9
bales upland cotton, weighing 2,450,885 pounds.
Per hark Margarethe iGer). for Marburg—
.3.loo bbls rosin, weighing 1,432,260 pounds—
Paterson, Downing & Cos,
Per sebr June Bright, for Fall River—267,6sß
feet p p lumber.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Nov
2—S. F * W Ry Transfei Offlce. T P Bond * Cos.
Jas Hart, A Bro, R B Cassels, A H Champion, I,
Gabel, 1) B F'alk care A F'alk & Son, Frank Mc-
Donald care Mrs Murpby, A Leflßer. L Blu-tem,
M Boley * Son, A J Miller 4 Cos, Palmer Bros, L
A McCarthy, J D Weed * Cos, Eckntan * V, C
Gabel. 8 Guckenbelmer & Son, Lee Rov Myers
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway,
Nov 2—'Transfer Office. Jno Flannery & Cos. Mrs
J C Alxiusou. McDonough * Cos. I-Htle, D Cos.
Bendheim Bros & Cos, Lee Roy Jlyers A Cos, A A
A * .pslviu ,v o , .
(irady. De',o. Cos, >1 1, Harnett, Lindsay A i. o
K Harris. Savannah Strain liakrry.Teeple & Cos,
S Cohen. L Piiuel. Lloyd A A. Uppinuu Bros, I'
.1 (ml irii, Thus West, ’ Lilienthal A Son, Mendel
A D. A .1 Milter A Cos, .1 l> Weed A Cos, .1 C Ham
mor.il. Ludilen &B. M Holey A Son, Ghonaed.
.1 Met.trait) A Cos, 1' Tulierd.v. W I> Slmkins A Cos,
H Myers A Bros, T P Bond’ A Cos, M Kerst A Cos,
Knvnnaugh A B. A Is'lller, .1 C Thompson, F A
Ferguson, Meinliard Bros A Cos. T M hi t er, J S
Haines, A B . 1,. S (iueUentieinier A Son, Tho-
Henderson, Stillwell, P A 51, 'V 'V Gordon A Cc,
A KrtlW A Son. and il Levy A Gro. Mohr tiros, J
1 'laghorn, ,1 s Wood ,v Bro, M Maclean, .1 Baoot,
Woods A Cos, G W Allen, Herron A G, W Bailey.
.T P Wili ams A Cos. Baldwin A Cos, Ellis, Y A Cos,
Garnett. S A Cos. F T Roberts C L Jones.
Per Central Railroad, Nov 2 -Fordg Agt,
Jno Flannery A CM. n >1 Comer A Cos, H' liroe u
W W Gordon A Cos. .1 S Woo l A Bro, M ilaelean,
Garn -t t. S A Cos. K M loir lev. Savannah Guano
Cos. Butler A, S. G Walter A Cos, MonLutue A Cos.
Warren A A, .1 P Williams A Cos. J ( Thompson.
He, ronL. 51 Y A I>l Molntlre, Balilw in AOn
Warnool; A VC. Sl it r. 51 A Cos, Pearson A S.
'> iio.qnr . Southern Cotton i til < 'it, A Hanley. Vi
Royers. H slvers A Bros C II Carson, Gan dry A
H, Standard Oil Cos. J G Butler, Solomons A Cos,
V* H Kroi -.1 lei tj ,1 Cninn’ilye, Palmer Bros,
010 Slnlts Is-e Roy slyers A Cos. S W Hiu ieh, i
Silas, WB.MeIiACo. SGuckeuh timer A Son,
Lindsay A 51, R l> .McDoiiell, L A Aohott, Kay A
10. L Put/e!, 11 11 Livt . ;stnn. Dale. D A Co.Tuo
Henderson, A H Champion. jno Lyons A Cos, it
Kirkland. I.uddenA Id. 1 r patein A Bro. Harts
■mrn A 11. Devil i uei ion Cos. A Ehrlich A Bro.
deivliann N:i; i hr, D Weisheiu, Epstein AW,
Bendheim Bros A Co.Stillwell, PA 51,C L Jones.
Pimh- K'k. 11 A: Cos, 51 u-eaivt 11 rrel. .1 P Darnell.
H Solomon A Son. W C Jackson, Ellis, 5’ A Cos
A J fishier. H porter, Thos Bowden.
Par steamship Dessou r. from Philadelphia—
: A In,oit. Arkwrii hi Mills. Appel AS, lints
K I. Cos. T P Bond A Cos. Plod ett. M A Cos. M A
Marie. O Butler. J G Butler M Boley A Son, schr
Barilui. S \\ Branch. C 11 Carson. C B B A Bk
</o, Coiuuit>U' Foil/. Cos. Cornwell A Cam pin? 1
h es. W G Coop ■/. .1 I', Campos. J FCavanaugh
1' C!er, Crohan A D. J A Douglass A Cos, M
Coleman. 1 Dasher A Cos, Davis Bros. Mrs >
Deignan, Eukmnn A V. O Eckstein A Cos, D En
*e!man. Frank A Cos, J H Furijer. M Ferst A Cos
\ Falk Si ' >n. S Uuckenheimer A Son, i Fried
C M Gilbert A Cos, G c doiuunJen, ,1 Gorham,
K Haiti >a : ;er, llirseli Bros. G M lleidt A Cos. C
W HiUstnan. A B tlnll. C Kolsliorn A Bro, Hab
ersham St Phar y.Kavanaugh A B. Knapp A Cos,
Id J Kciber, Jno Kdi. Lippman Bros. N I Ant:,
E Lovell A Son. Lindsay A M, Lilienthal A Son.
Lovell &L, Jno Lyons A Cos, LuiUleu A. and. u. .
Liviugston. .1 G Labs, J McGrath A Cos, L A Me
Carthv, A J Miller A Cos. Lee Boy 'h ers A Cos. !
\ • cMahon. M.-ndei A l>. W Midi A Cos, MF
Molina. Jno Nicohon Jr. A S Nichols, I N thane,
Ogden A W. J < iMM iscoll. L Put/.e!.palin*r Bros,
ii Porter. PPl’ Ml Cos, N Paulsen A Cos. \\ l
eid. T Ratnoud, schr J B Penrose, L C Strong.
II Solomon A Son, J T Shuptruie A Bro, savan
nail Cotton Prd'S A**o'n, Solomon* A Cos, Capt
L H sniitu. S.ivaunah Steam Bakery. H Sulte.i.
Smith Bro-' AC. nons A M, E A Schwarz, J
stahmer. G WTieclcman, J W Tynan, Mbs L M
Towne. u’ \ Tayl r A Cos, J FThornt u.Watson
A P. JD Weed A Cos. A MA C W West. J G
W ilson. D Weis, cm, Southern Ex Cos, Freeman
A Cos. St J R You,ye, S, F A W Ry, Ga A Ida, I S
A. L' HAHTItiDGET
FKJYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
> oi Stock! ami Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minute*.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CMMINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
eag • and IJv. i ikxjl Exc unices. Private
diiwt wiro to our oft!-e Coustant quotatioua
f.iom Chicago anil New York.
Watches and jewelry.
THE CHEAPEST PEACE TO BUY
Such as DIAMONDS, FINE STERLING SIL
VERWARE, ELEGANT JEWELRY.
I RENCH CLOCKS, etc.. is to he found
A. I. Desbouillons,
21 BULL STREET,
the sole agent for the celebrated ROCKFORD
RAILROAD WATCHES, and who also
makes a specialty of
18-Karat Wedding Rings
AND THE FINEST WATCHES.
Anything you buy from him being warranted
Opera CJlasses at Cost.
tod in co’.our
f j- tli®
every ffcmily and ma" be obtained from all Toy
deahrs, BUMonr* t i Eiucnlional Dcr?Ua. The
Prlcd-iUt will be forraided gratis on application to
F. AD. RICHTER & Cos.
NKW YORK, 310, PROAPWAY or LONDOW *.C,
1, railway place, fen-church street.
■ I. ■ ■■ ■■ ■ LI- grr-r-
forest tilf Sills.
-yY T K aro making an extra quality of GRITS
and MEAL, and can recommend it to the trade
as superior to any in this market. Would be
pleased to give special prices on application.
We have on hand a choice lot of EMPTY
SACKS, which we are selling cheap.
BOND, HAYNES & ELTON
ASK YOLK MAIIONEIt Fill! IT.
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by LEADING BUSINESS MEN.
GEO. BECKER * CO..
80 Great Jones St.. New York City.
Send for Circular.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
22 DRAYTON STREET, SAVANNAH.
ESTIMATES promptly funiisliod for building
of any class.
ABSTRACTS OF TTTI.F;.
gib streets of (Title*
£*Vst SIDE OF BULL STREET. NEAR BAT, SAVANNAH. CA.
AtrMUCT or*M? T.tc to ma UNO! •* this cmr and county from th* Scttlcmcnt or oceurr* to
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CLOTHING FOR MEN.
CLOTHING FOR YOUTHS.
CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN
LATEST styles and best quality
Hats and Men’s Furnishing Goods.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
MENKEN & ABRAHAMS,
New York Otlioo. 650 Broad way.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING, ETC
“THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT
Furniture end Csrpets
THAT HAR EVER BEEY DISPLAYED SOUTH.
10ave Just Received a New and Handsome Lot of PLUSH
Which I am selling at, lower prices than have ever been offered before in Savannah.
Carpets, Oil UVTaiiixxgs
In endless varieties: alto a full line of JOHN CROSS!, KY'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH WILTON
VELVETS. lam off ring a lot of sli jhtly dama ;,-d HEED ami KAITAV Cn.AUtS at your ovvu
prices. Kememlier that I will not be undersold. Accommodating terms.
EMIL A. SCHWARZ,
125 and 127 BROUGHTON STREET.
IKON WORK A.
KEHOES IRON WORKS
Broughton Street, from Reynolds to Randolph Streets,
Sa'vaniiali, - - Georgia.
CASTING OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
THE RAPIDLY INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
SUGAR MILLS AND PANS
a a TTAS induced us to manufacture tbetn on a more extensive scale than
slflw 1 1 ever To that end no pains or extierue has been spared to maintain
their HIGH STANARf) OF EXCELLENCE.
’•I These Mills are of the 111 <T MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP, with
heavy WROUGHT IRON SH AFTS (made long to prevent danger to the
B H opera tor i, and roller* of the nest charcoal pig iron, all turned up true,
i ft They are heavy, strong and durable, run light ami even, and are guarau
lWTrjF,~H. J*K ,M ‘‘‘ capable of grinding tlio heaviest fully matured
K. i Ali our Mills are fully warranted for one year. XAajW iz?AwAjf* jr
fllgp ,S Our Pans lieing cast with tlie bottoms down,
KAtUlsu&W’' icKiS possess smoothness. diii abllity and ■inifomiltv or
TO THOSE MADE IN
;i ” Having unsurpassed facilities,
WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OFFERED.
A Large Stock Always on Hand for Prompt Delivery
\V m. Kehoe & Cos.
I<. B.—The name “KEHOE'S IRUN WOiUCV is cast on all our .Mills and Pans.
fate Royal Manufacturing Cos,
President. SAVANNAH, GA. T - Sect y and Treat
CYPRESS, OAK, POPLAR, YELLOW PINE, ASH, WALNUT
MANUFACTURERS of SASH. DOORS. BUNDS, MOULDINGS of all kinds and descriptions
CASINGS and TRIMMINGS for all classes of and .veiling , I*.'. VS .'llOl 1‘ IV ENDS of our mi
deslgif and manufacture. T RN.'.D and SCROLL B \ I.is fiSRS, ASII HANDLES for Cotton
Hooks. CEILING, FLOORING, WAINSCOTTiNU, SHINGLES.
Warehouse and Up-Town Office: West Broad and Broughton Sts.
Factory and Mills: Adjoining Ocean Steamship Co.’s Wharve/
We want AGENTS in every city
and town. BIG COMMISSIONS. •