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OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 14, lp. a )
Cotton— The market was very quiet and un
changed. There was a very good demand, but
the extremity of holders’ views restricted busi
ness. The total sales for the day were only
543 bales. On 'Change at the opening call, at
JO a. m., the market was reported dull and
unchanged, with sales of 31 bales. At the sec
ond call, at 1 p. m.. it was dull, the sales be
ing 60 bales. At the third and last call, at 4
p. m., it was still dull and unchanged, with
further sales of 452 bales The following are
the official closing spot quotations of the Cot
Middling fair 10%
Good middling 9%
low middling 9J§
Good ordinary 9%
Sea Island—The market was quiet and un
changed. The sales for the day were about
44 hags on tbe basis of quotations, as follows:
Medium fine 21 ©
Fine 28 ©
Extra flue 22%©
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Nov. 14, 1887, and
for the Same Time Last Y'ear.
\h%nd l, P land Inland. Upland j
Stock on hand Sept. 1 575 O.Sl* 1,1411 4.304
Received to-day I ... 7,185 63% 6,?87
Received previously 7,317 478,804 7,276 894,477 i
j Total | 7,892 492,807 _9,05? 405,568
Exported to-day | 477 11,020 16,463
i Exported previously ! 3,296 j 380,048 ; 4,158 253, 631
! Total j 831,068|j 4.188 >70,0841
Stock on band and on ship- !
1 board Uiib day | 3,479! 101,739.1 4,899 135,474
Rice— The market was quiet, but very firm.
There is a good demand, but a lack of offering
stock prevented any business being done. The
following are the official quotations of the
Board of Trade. Small job lots are held at %
Good 6 ®_
Tide water $1 10©1 2o
Country lots 85® 90
Naval Stores— The market for spirits tur
pentine was quiet and easier. The sales for
the day were only 30 casks at 35c for regulars.
\t the Board of Trade on the opening call
le market was reported quiet at 35c for regu
la rs. At the closing call 3494 c was asked for
r - -ulars. Rosin—The market was quiet, but
ler for strained to good strained. The sales
for v he dav were about 1,070 barrels. At the
Boat dof Trade on the first call the market
was reported steady at the folfowing quota
• ions' A, B. C. D and E, 95c. F SIOO, O
41, 02 U Hsl 05. Isl 10. Ksl 40, Msl 50, N
*1 75 w indow glass $2 80. water white $2 85.
At the cl osing call it was steady and unchanged,
excent f<\ r the lower grades, at the following
quotation* : A. B, C and I) 95c, E 95@9i%c, I
$1 00@1 0X 4, Gsl 02%@1 05.
A AVAL STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-di%v 1,237 3,194
Received prevkxasly 141,909 „ t t ,584
Total .145,689 458,126
Exported to-day 4.618
Exported previously 134,121 377,927
Stock on hand and qn Chipboard
to-day 11.464 75,581
Receipts same day last year .. . 359 1,035
Financial—Money is eauy. , , ,
Domestic Exchange— Eay. Banks and bank
ere are buying sight drafts at >4 per cent dis
ci 'Unt, and selling at par®! g per cent premium.
Foreign Extthafiqe— The market is steady.
Cos nmercial demand, $4 87 sixty days, $4 80%;
Bin‘ty days, $4 : trance. Pans and Havre,
con inercial, sixty duys, $5 27%; Swiss, $5 27-%;
mat ks, ninety days, \94%.
CURITIE8 —The nvirket is more active for
long date bonds and i\ “hentnres. Central rail
road stock dull at quot at ions.
Stocks and Bonds-* City Bonds —Atlanta 6
per aent long date, 1081 )id, 110 asked; Atlanta
7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked: Augusta 7 per
cent! long date, 107 bid 110 asked; Augusta 6s
loni 'date, 108 bid, 110 ask ed: Columbus 5 per
cemi, 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent.
111 tid, 112 asked: new Savannah 5 per cent.
January coupons, 101 b\ 1, 102 asked; new
Sav. innah 5 per cent, February coupons, 100%
StVie Bonds— Georgia new. 6e t 1889, 101 bid,
102 oisked: Georgia new 4tAs bid,
askeri: Georgia 7 j>er cent gohh quarterly con
pons;, 10394 bid. 105 asked; Georgia 7 per cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1896, 120
ibid. 121 asked.
Railroad stocks —Central comrnon. 123 bid,
',128)4 asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent
1-uaranteed, 182 bid, 134 asked; Georgia com
* ion, 195 bid, 197 asked; Southwestern 7 per
<1 snt guaranteed, 12594 bid, 126% asked; Gen
tt al 0 per cent certificates. 101 bid, 102 asked;
Atlanta and West Point railroad stock , 105 bid,
10 7 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 per cent
certificates, 103 bid, 104 asked.
i lailroad Bo n ds - Savannah, Florid a and
We stern Railway Company general morv gage 6
per cent interest, coupons Octotier, 111 bid,
112i\skcd; Atlantic and Gulf first mol tgage
consolidated 7 per cent, coupons .Javuary
nd,luly, maturity 1897, 111 bid, 112 asked;
Cent! al consolidated mortgage 7 per c\3ilt,
coupe ns January and July, maturity tt ! 93.
10911 i .id, 11044 asked; Georgia railroad 6s, lA>7,
106 ilid , 108 asked; Mobile and Girard secoi and
morlgs ge indorsed 6 per cent, coupons Januar v
and ,lu\y, maturity 1889, 104 bid. 106 askew,:
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per
cent, iutlorsed by Central ralroad, 106% bid,
108 as lot t; Marietta and North Georgia first
mortguae, 50 years, 6 per cent, 100% bid, 101)4
asked; CA’arlotte, Columbia and Augusta first
mortgage. 109 bid. 11l asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia. arid Augusta second mortgage, 110
asked; Western Alabama second mortgage in
dorsed 8 per cent, 106 bid, 107 asked; South
Georgia and Florida indorsed. 118 bid. 120
asked; Smith Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid. 116 asked; Augusta and
Knoxville Art t mortgage 7 per cent, 111)4 bid,
112 asked; (l ainesville, Jefferson and South
ern first mom-ace guaranteed, 115 bid, 116)4
asked; Guineas file. Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed, 1,13 asked: Ocean Steamship
6 per cent bin ids, guaranteed by Central
railroad, 103<4 .bid, 10394 asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and .Southern second mortgage
guaranteed 113 asked; Columbus and
ome first mortga go bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad, 104 bid, 10t. asked; Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed. 108 bid,
110 asked; City auef Suburban railway first mold
gage 7 per cent, 106 bid. 108 asked.
Banle Stocks —No* final. Southern Bank of
the State of Georgia. 198 bid 202 asked; Mer
chants' National Bath t, 160 bid. 18., asked; Sa
vannah Bank and Tr:t st Company, 92 bid, 95
asked; National Ban* of Savannah. 120 bid,
121 asked; Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Com
pany, 107 bid, 108 asket l. _.....
(las Stocks —Savanna 1 Gas Light stock ex
dividend, 20 biJ, 2<i)4 asl :ed; Mutual Gas Light
stock. 20 bid, 23 asked.
Bacon-—Market firn ter; demand good:
smoked clear rib sidea, B%c; shoulders, b)6o:
dry salted clear rib sides, *, • long clear, *>£o;
shoulders, none; hams, ISO.
Bagoing and Ties—Mi irket steady. "e
quote: Bagging—9)4 if'ls, 8@8)4c; -lbs, 7%@
,Uc; 194 Iks, 7@7%e, according to I,rand and
quantity. Iron ties-Arrow and other brands,
none: nominal, $1 25 per bundle, according to
brand and quant it v. Kajjr^ii^Cand ties in retail
lots a fraction higher. \ .
Butter—Market steady; c\ oice Goshen, 20c;
gilt edge, B*<&2sc: creamery,
Cabbage— Northern. ll©l2c.
Chkesk—Market steady; t;|ir demand >\e
quota, 11® 14c. , ~
Coffee The market is ditfl. We quote:
Ordinary, 18%c; fair, 19)4c; aood, 20c: choice,
21c; peaberry, 38c.
Dried Fruit-Apples, evßiporated, 11%0,
peeled, 7)4c. Peaches, i>eeledj Ale; nnpeeled,
6®7c. Currants, 7c. Citron. 25j .
I)RY Goods—The market is tin) ; business fair.
We quote: Prints. 4®oc: Georgifi brown shirt
ing, 3 4.4>4c; 7-8 do. -,14c: 4-4 brown sheet
ing, 6%c; white 1 snaburgM. i<\’: checks,
6)4®To; warns, 85c for nest makcj ; brown drill
ings, 71®7)£c. . , ~ ,
Fisn—Light demand on accmint or high
prices. We quote full weights: 1 lackerel—No
1, 810 00: No. 3, half barrel,, nominal,
$7 OC®7.TO; No. 2, 98 50. Herr.ing-No. 1,
20c: scaled. 25c. Co<t, s@Be.
Fruit—Lemona—Demand light-Be quote.
3 00®3 50, Apples. Northern, $3 04'®4 25.
Flour—llarket firm; demand moderate. We
quote: Extra. S3 75®3 90; fancy. $4 So®4 85;
choice pate nt, $6 1006 35; family. $4 16(g,4 40.
Grain— Corn—Market very firm; demand
light. We guote: White corn, job lots. 69c; car
load lots, tile Oats steady; demand good. We
quote: Mixud oats, 45c; carload lots, 40c. Bran,
S’. 10. Meal, 63)4c. Grist, per bushel, 67)4c.
Hay—Maiteet very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ampin. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 10; carload lots, $1 00; Eastern, none; North
Hides. Wool, Etc.—Hides— Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry flint, 11c: salted, 9c; dry
butcher. Bc. Wool—Receipts light; prime, in
bales, 23@25c: furry, tOiatSc. Wax, 18c. Tallow,
3®4c. Deer skin-, lSint, 20c; salted, 16c. Otter
skins, 50c@$4 00.
Iron—Market flr:n; Swede, 4)4050; refined,
Lard— Markot shtady; in tierces, 79sc; 50 ft.
Lime, Calcined Blaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is selling
at $1 30 per barrel : Georgia, $1 30 per barrel;
calcined plaster. sll 85 per barrel; hair, 4c;
Rosendale cement, $1 50; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stork; steady demand. Bour
bon. $1 50®3 50; rye, $1 So@6 00; rectified,
$1 00®1 35. Ales unchanged and in fair de
Nails —Market firrm; fair demand. Wo quote:
3d, $3 80; 4d and sd. *3 15; lid, $7 90; BJ, $2 66:
lOd to 60d, $2 40 per keg.
Nuts— Almonds- -Tarragona, 18®20c; Ivicaa,
17®18c; walnuts, .french, !sc; Nuples, 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa, $5 00 )>er 100.
Oils— Market flnn; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black. 9®ioc; lard, 55c;
headlight, 15c; keroa ene. B)4® 10c; water white,
13)4c; neatsfoot, 56,l)80c; machinery, 25®30c;
linseed, raw, 51c; boned, 57c: mineral seal. 16c;
fireproof, 18c; bomelfrtht, 18e.
Onions— Northern, jerbarrel, $3 75; imported,
per case, $3 25.
Potatoes—Northerly $2 75®3 00.
Peas— New crop in lqght supply and demand;
cow peas, mixed. 75c; clay, '.tic; speckled. $1 10;
black eye, $1 so@l 75; white crowders, slso®
Prunes—Turkish, 5)4o; French, 11c.
Raisins— Demand lighi ; market steady. Lay
ers, $; 00; London layer!, new, $3 ‘25 per box.
Salt—The demand is Moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, Csc fob; job lots, 73
Shot—Drop, $1 40; buck,. $1 65.
Sugar—The market is hii-her; cut loaf, 7V9c;
standard A, 074 c; extra G.V'lsc: yellow C, 594 c;
granulated, 7)ye; powdered, 7)4c.
Syrup—Florida and Georg ia dull at 35® 40c;
the market is quiet for sugurhouse at 30© 40c;
Cuba straight goods, 28c In hogsheads; sugar
house molasses, 20c.
Tobacco— Market dull: demand moderate
We quote: Smoking, 25c® $1 25; chewing, com
mon. sound. 25®89c; fair, 30©35c; medium, 3s
®50o; brigtit. 50©75c; fine fancy, 85® 90c; extra
fine. 90c®$l 10; bright navieu, 45©70c; dark
Lumber - There is no materilil change in the
market and the movement continues very
steady, while prices remain firm at quotations,
except that scarcity of orders few - easy sizes has
caused a slight easiness in prices on such or
ders. We quote fo h:
Ordinary sizes $lO 50®'8 CO
Difficult sizes 15 tXli,2l 50
Flooring boards 16 00@21 50
Sbipstuff 17 00®21 50
Timber— Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 00® 11 00
800 “ “ 10 OU®ll 00
IKK) “ “ 11 00© 12 00
1,000 “ “ 12 00@14 00
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average .....$ 6 00® 7 00
800 " “ 7 00® 800
900 “ “ 8 00® 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00@10 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
I, umber— —By sail Vessels are in good pres
ent supply, and there is a light demand
for future loading at current rates.
Freight limits are from $5 00©6 00
from this and the qear Georgia ports to the
Chesapeake ports, Philadelphia, New York.
Sound ports anil eastward. Timber, _soc©sl 00
higher than lumber rates. To the West Indies
and windward, nominal; to South America,
sl3 00© 14 00; to Spanish and Mediterranean
ports, sll 00@12 00; to United Kingdom for
orders, timber. 27®285; lumber. £3 15s. Steam
—To New York, $7 00; to Philadelphia. $7 00; to
Boston, $9 00.
Naval Stores—Very dull. Foreign Cork,
etc., for orders, 2s 10)4d, and, or, 4s l)6d:
Adriatic, rosin. 3s: Genoa, rosin, 2s, 10)4d.
Coastwise—Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosiu,
$1 00 on spirits; to New York, rosin 50c; spirits
80c; to Philadelphia, rosin 30c, spirits 80c; to
Baltimore, rosin 30c, spirits 00c. Coastwise
Cotton— Bv steam—The market is very firm,
with a considerable scarcity of flight room.
Liverpool direct 21 -64d
Bremen direct 11-82d
Reval direct Jfjd
Barcelona direct 11-32d
Liverpool via New York 4? lb lt-32d
Liverpool via Baltimore $ tt> 11-32d
Antwerp via New York V T. 5-10d
Havre via New York th %c
Havre via Baltimore Bv 75c
Bremen via New York $ B> 11-10 c
Revai via New York 25-64d
Bremen via Baltimore fltb 70c
Amsterdam via New York 70c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 70c
Boston ip bale $ 1 75
Sea island jj) bale : 2 00
New Y ork 49 bale T 50
Sea island 99 bale 1 75
Philadelphia f) bale t 50
Sea island if> bale 1 75
Baltimore $ bale 1 50
Providence )p bale 1 75
Rice—By steam —
New York 19 barrel 60
Philadelphia 19 barrel 60
Baltimore $ barrel 60
Boston $ barrel 60
Grown fowls $ pair ..$ 60 © 70
Chickens. >4 to ?4 grown 85 @ 45
Ducks 49 pair 50 © 75
Geese )9 pair 1 00 ©1 25
Turkeys‘p pair 125 ®2 00
Eggs, country, per dozen 20 © 22
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va. $1 lb © 6
Peanuts—Hand picked tt> © 5
Peanuts—Ga V bushel, nominal 75 © 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams bush.. 50 © 60
Sweet potatoes, white yams 19 bush 40 © 50
Eoos -Market easy, with a fair demand and
in full supply.
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate; mar
Sugar—Georgia and Florida nominal; none In
Honey—No demand: nominal.
Sweet Potatoes—ln fair demand; receipts
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Lovdon, Nov. 14. 4 p. m.—Consols, 102 15-16 for
money; 10*)9 for account.
New Y'ork, Nov. 14, noon.—Stocks steady.
Money .easy at 3 per cent. Exchange—long,
$4 8194© 4 8-: short, $4 85)4 @4 85)4. State bonds
neglecte<V Government bonds dull but steady.
5:00 p. ui—Exchange dull but steady at ft 82)4
@ 4 86)4. Money easy at B)4@a jew cent., closing
offered nt 4. Sub-Treasury balances—Gold,
sl3 .622.000: currency $11,309,000. Government
bonds dull br.'t steady: four per cents 127: four
and a half pel' cents 10894. State bonds dull but
steady to firm.
The stock market to-day was more active than
for some weeks, nnd prices higher than at any
time last week. Contrary to expectation, Lon
don came strong, and an active opening oc
curred here. Considerable excitement attended
early trading, and Heading was the special fea
ture', the crowd in fi'iat stock lining so gi-eat
that many brokers h.\d much difficulty In exe
cuting their onlers. Transactions on stock
were extremely large, aud liberal foreign buying
orders ran the business of tbe first hour up to
very high figures. The excitement died out,
anil free realizations were instrumental in
cheeking the advance, but the news of the day
was almost entirely of a favorable nature, anil
gains were maintained throughout the day,
while many stocks reached their best figures in
the last hour. After Reading, Lackawanna,
krie and other Loudon favorites were most
conspicuous for strength, hut Western Union,
while active, was traded in within the limits of
Hi per cent. The opening was very active and
strong, with the general list )6©)4 per cent,
above Saturday's closing, while Reading was
exceptional, with a gain of 1 per ceut. Further
mai led advances were made in the first hour,
after which there was a heavy decrease in the
amount of business done, though prices were
well maintained. Further gains were estab
lished in the afternoon, when the market be
rime mtber feverish, but the best figures in
several stocks were made in the last hour, the
close being active and firm at or near the
highest figures, and rangiug from fractional
amounts lo 2% higher in the entire active list
than Saturday's close. Total sales 461.000 shores.
The market closed at the following quotations:
Alu.cl.vnA, 2to 5.106 New Orleans Pa-
Ala. clxss B, ss. 105 eifle. Ist mort... 76
Georgia 7s, inort.. 101* N. Y’ Cent lal 108
N. Carolina 65.. .1201 Norf. &. W. pref... 429£
N. Carolina 4s— 96 Nor. Pacific 21 4
So. Caro. (Brown “ pref... 45)4
consols 106)4 Pacific Mail 355#
Tennessee set 719* Reading ‘... 1014
VirginiaOs 48* Richmond A Ale.. 5
Vs. consolidated.t4il Richmond & Danv
Cb’peake A Ohio. 2)4 Rich in’d AW. Pt. 25)4
NorthweoteiVi. 111!) Rock Island 113
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1887.
“ preferred...l43)4 SL Paul 7514
Dela.andLack 132 # “ preferred .114
Erie 80M Texas Pacific 2594
East Tennessee. . 11)4 Tenn. Coal & Iron. 28®
Lake Shore 96 Union Pacific 52M
L’ville A Nash 61)4 N. J. Central 7694
Memphis A Char 50 Missouri Pacific ... 89 G
Mobile A Ohio 10 Western Union... ' 9 #
Nash. A Chatt’a.. 7894 Cotton Oilcertifl.. 81)4
Liverpool, Nov. 14, noon. — Cotton—Prices are
against buyers; middling uplands Wgd, mid
dlingOrleans.s 1!-I6d; sales 19,000 bales, for spec
ulation and export 2,000 bales; receipts Ib.IXJO
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, No
vember delivery 5 39 64d: November and Decern
her 5 36-tMd; December and January 5 35-64d;
January and February 5 86-64©5 35 64d; Feb
ruary and March 5 36-64®5 SB-64d; March and
April 5 38-64® 5 87-64d; April and May 5 39-64©
5 38-64d; May and June 5 40 64®5 42 64d; June
and July 5 42-64®5 44 64d. Market steady.
The tenders .©deliveries at to-day’s clearings
amounted to 100 bales new dockets.
2 p. m.—The sales to-day included 5,700 bales
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause. No
vember delivery 5 41-64d, buyers; November and
December 5 37-94d, buyers; December and
January 5 36 64d. buyers; January and February
5 86-t Md. value; February and March 5 37-6td.
sellers: March and April 5 38-64d, value; April
and May 5 40 04d, sellers; May and June 5 42-64d.
sellers; June and July 5 44-64d, sellers. Market
steady at the advance.
4 p. ra.—Futures: Unlands. low middling
clause, November delivery 5 42-6-ld. sellers; No
vember and December 5 38-64d, sellers;.Decem
ber and January 5 30-64d, buyers; January aud
February 5 36-64d, buyers; February and March
5 36-640. buyers; March and Aprils 88-64d,buyers;
April aud May 5 4D-64d. value: May and June
5 42 64d, sellers; June and July 5 44-ti4d, sellers.
Market closed barely steady.
New York. Nov. 14, noon.—Cotton easy; mid
dling uplands 10 716 c, middling Orleans 10 9-16 c;
sales 14s bales.
Futures—Market opened irregular and unset
tled with sales as follows: November delivery
10 44c, December 10 4 c, January 10 48c, Feb
ruary 10 55c, March 10 64c, April 10 70c .
5:00 p. m.—Market closed easy; middling up
lands 10 7-l6c, middling Orleans 10 9-l6c; sales to
day 139 bales Saturday (corrected) 143; uet re
ceipts non • gross 9.8.’6 bales.
Futures—Market closed steady, with sales of
129,400 bales, as follows: November delivery
10 36©10 37c. December 10 33c, January 10 40®
10 41c, February 10 47©10 4-'c, March 10 54©
10 sr.c, April Hlol®lo 62c, May 10 08® 10 69c,
June TO 74©10 75c, July 10 80®.0 81c.
Green A Co.’s renort on cotton futures says:
“For cotton contracts the general market, on
the whole, has been easier in tone. There was
nothing particularly new of a decidedly de
pressing character, and indeed on early trading
an advance of some 9 points took place. But
the room seemed inclined to sell, and crowded
matters uutil the gain was all lost, and a frac
tion under Saturday evening in some cases
shown, with the close a trifle unsettled. Con
siderable now business came in, however, and so
far as could he discovered tbe bearish tone was
almost wholly local.”
Galveston. Nov. 14—Cotton firm; middling
9)t,c; net receipts 12,477 bales, gross 12,477;5a1es
1.866 bales: stock 1)2,7.41 bales; exports, toGieat
Britain 6,237 bales, to the continent 4,227, coast
Norfolk, Nov. 14.—Cotton Arm: middling
9 17.-1 Cos; net receipts 5,6.-2 bales, gross 5.682;
sales 5.006 bales; stock 48,549 bales; exports,
coastwise 1,390 hales.
Baltimore. Nov. 14.—Cotton quiet but steady;
middling lo9ttC; net receipts 155, gross 1,298
bales; sales none; stock 7,898 bales: sal L, s to
spinners 83 bales: exports, coastwise 250 bales.
Boston, Nov. 11.—Cotton unsettled; middling
10l£c; net receipts 1,828 bales, gross 2,024: sales
none; stock none; exports, to Great Britain 40
Wilmington, Nov. 14.—Cotton quiet; middling
9%c; net receipts 2,375 bales, gross 2,375; sales
none: stock 28.236 bales.
Philadelphia, Nov. 14.—Cotton firm; middling
1094 c; net receipts 31 bales, gross 34; stock
New Orleans, Nov. 14.—Cotton steady;
middling 9jj4c; net receipts 20,34. bales, gross
21,647: sales 7,500 bales; stool; 262,828 bales;
exports, to the continent 9,358 bales, coastwise
Mobile, Nov. 14.—Cotton quiet; middling 9©c:
net receipts 2,487 bales, gross 2.437; sales 800
bales; stock 20.847 hales: exports, to Great Bri
tain 7.277 bales, coastw ise 767.
Memphis, Nov. 14.—Cotton steady; middling
994 c, receipts 12,318 bales; shipments 8,110;
sales 1,650; stock 143.677 bales.
Augusta. Nov. 14.—Cotton firm; middling
Okie: receipts 2.2*0 bales; sales 201 bales.
Charleston, Nov. 14.—Cotton firm; middling
9)6c; net receipts 4.134 bales, gross 4,134; sales
800 bales: stock 53,555 bales; exports, to France
6.118 bales, coastwise 1,493.
Atlanta, Nov. 14.—Cotton steady; middling
998 c: receipts 1,677 bales.
New York, Nov. 14.—Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-lav 58,599 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 17,514 bales, to the continent
2)640. to France 6,113; stock at all American
ports 705,607 bales.
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC.
Liverpool. Nov. 14, noon.—Wheat firm, with
fair demand; holders offer sparingly. Corn firm,
with fair demand.
New Y'ork, Nov. 14, noon.—Flour quiet blit
steady. Wheat better. Corn quiet. Pork
steady; mess sl4 oO©l4 25. Lard firm at $7 05.
5:00 p. m.—Southern flour unchanged and
quiet Wheat—options advanced )4®9rc, closed
firm,with speculation more active; spot, a shade
higher; No. 2 red, November delivery 8444©849fjc,
December 8494@85c, May 90$£©90 13-16 c. Corn
lc higher, closing firm, with fair speculative
business; No. 2. November delivery 55)j®55)4e,
December 55©55Uc, May 56© 569jc. Oats )s©
94c higher and fairly active: No. 2, November
delivery 34c, December 54)4@34)4c. May 36)4®
3u)4c, No. 2 spot 34)a®34)4c, mixed Western 34
@35)4. Hops steady and unchanged. Coffee,
fair Rio, on spot firm at 18)4c; options easier
and only moderately active; No. 7 Rio, Novem
b r delivery 15 30c, December 15 2 r >@ 15 45c, May
14 65@14 85c. Molasses quiet and unchanged.
Sugar firm; fair refining quoted at 5 3-16 c: re
fined steady. Cotton seed oil quiet aud un
changed—B7)4c for cnt.le. 44@47)*i for refined.
Hides m moderate demand, \\ool quiet hut
steady; domestic fleece 26@34c, pulled I4@3*e,
exas 9@23c. Pork firm but quiet. Beef shady.
Tiereed beef dull. Cut meats steady; pickled
shoulders 694@6)ic. pickled hams 9©9)4c. Mid
dies neglected. Lard 4@6 points higher and
moderately etive; Western steam, on spot $7,
December delivery $6 77©6 85, May $7 Ut>@7 15.
Freights dull: cotton 11-64d, grain 3d.
Chicago. Nov. 14.—Business on 'Change had
more of the old time activity this morning than
for many weeks. None of the leading articles
of speculation were neglected, and there was .1
uniform advance in the prices of corn, small
grains aud provisions, which was very gratify
ing to the bulls. Wheat did not equal corn in
strength to-day, but interest was well main
tained during the session and tbe action of the
market was quite satisfactory. The market wus
not affected by the visible supply statement,
which showed an increase of 2,110,000 bushels,
but was controlled largely l>y sympathy with
corn. Trading on the part of local operators
was at the time quite active. Outside business
was fairly brisk. Scalpers took considerable
amounts bn reactions. May and December were
particularly in request. Corn was the leader
for activity ad better prices to-day. There
was a large volume of miscellaneous trading.
The market was at limes considerably excited,
aud interest increased as the price went up. To
begin with, cash corn sold up to 45c, wlieu
futures legan to jump up. Many bulls who bad
believed there would he a drop iust before the
substantial advance ail bad sold short oa that
belief, became alarmed lest the market should
get away from them, and there was 0 general
clamor for corn, and the market closed strong
and 96@94c higher. Oats manifested considera
ble firmness and a very good speculative demand
existed. Trading, however, was largely centred
in May. The strength was largely due to sym
pathy with the advance in corn. Provisions
opened rather weak under the influence of lib
eral receipts and lower prices in the hog market.
Speculators were more inclined to sell, and dur
ing the early part of the session lower prices
were accepted. At the decline, however, the
demand improved and gradually grew stronger.
Prices were advanced to outside figures, with
moderately free trading m an advancing scale.
During the latter part or the session the feeling
was easier and the price sold hack to medium
figures, but finally closed higher. Speculative
trading centred mainly in contracts for January
and February ajid March The demand unship
ping account was fair, while offerings were
slightly increased. Sellers, however, were firm
in their views, and the record of transactions
showed very little change in prices. Receipts
of pr ducts continue fair and shipments were
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
quiet but steudy and unchanged. Wheat, No.
2 spring 7<))4@73!4c; No. 2 rid 74c. Corn,
No. 2, Oats, No. 2. 26©2fi'dc. Mess
pork, sl3 0:)@13 25. Lard, per 100 lbs, $6 7vs.
Short rib sides, loose $6 5J©6 60. Dry salted
shoulders boxed, $5 40©5 47>. Shor. clear sides,
boxed s.l 80©6 90. Whisky $1 10.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opeuiug. HigaesC. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Nov. delivery.... 73 73)4 73)4
Dec. delivery. .. 7354 74 73)4
.May delivery ... 79)| 7994 79)4
Corn, No. 2
Nov. delivery.... 48% 44)4 44
Dec. delivery ... 43 41 43)4
May deli very.... 40% 48 47%
Oats, No. 2
Nov. delivery ... 2594 26%
Jan. delivery.. .sl2 90 sl3 ITU sl3 10
Feb delivery 13 07U 18 27% 18 22%
May delivery 13 424 13 65 13 00
Nov. delivery.... $6 47)4 $6 57), $6 .NTW
Dec. delivery.... 650 660 6 5?.],
May delivery.... 680 6 92)4 690
Jan. delivery .... $6 50 $6 62)4 $6 60
Feb. dsli'iry 6 57)4 6 72), 6 70
Baltimore. Nov. 14.—Flour quiet but steady;
Howard street and Western superfine $2 37©
2 75. extra su>>®3 80. family $8 75@4 50, city
mills superfine $2 37@2 60, extra $3 00@3 62;
Rio brands $4 2 >©4 50. Wheat,—Southern easier;
red 80@82c, amberß2c; Western rtrnevr; No. 2
winter red, on spot 80)4@80t4c. Corn—South
ern firm; white 40@580, yellow 47@50c.
St. lahis, Nov. 14.— Hour dull and un
changed. Wheat strong; No. 2 red. cesh 7214
®72>>nC, November delivery 7294 c, Jumltry 76c
bid. May 8094©80)4c. Corn excited and higher;
cash 40*>#@ to'sc, November delivery 40®404f,c,
December 3.f)4®40940. May 43id44c. OaM firm
and )4e higher; cash Novotnber deliv
ery 25c, May 29)4c- Wnisky steady at 111 05.
Provisions strong: Pork, summer cared SJ2 75.
laid at $6 40@6 45. Dry salt meats toxed
shoulders $5, long clear *0 70@H 80, clear ribs
$0 HOfo.fi 90. short clear $7 00®7 10. Baeva—
boxed shoulders $7.87)4, long clear $7 t<o@7 147)4.
clear ribs $7 75, abort clear $7 87),@8 <W. Hams
steady at sll@l2.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14.—Floor firm. Wheat
stt'on ; No. 2 red 77c. Corn strong: No. $
mixed 46)4@47e. Oats firm; No. 2 mixed 29c
Provisions—Pork firm at sl2 50 Ltu-d strong at
$6 65. Bulk meals firmer: short irihs $0 87)4
Bacon steady; short cler $8 00. Wkilsky in good
demand at. $1 06. Hogs firm.
New Orleans, Nov. 14. —Coffee in light de
mand; homers are firm; Rio cargoes, common
to prime 17)4@30)4c. Cotton seed oil products
nominal. Su-ar active ami firm; Louisiana
open kettle, strictly prime 4 15 Hie; .centrifugals,
plantation granulated 6 9-16 r O&rc. choice white
5 1516 c. choice yellow clarified 5)4t:, prime y|-
lowclarifled 595@6)4c Molasses firm; open kef
tie, choice 40c; strictly prime 37<gy38c, prime 81
©32c; centrifugals, strictly prime firstname.lastname@example.org. good
prime 23®24e, prime 21 ©22c. Syrup 36@30e.
Louisville, Nov. 14.—Grain quiet. Wheat—
No. 2 red. TCfac. Corn —No. 2 mixed 48)4c. Oats
—No. 2, 28),c. Provisions quiet.
naval sro tf*
New Tons, Nov. 14, noon.—Spirits turpentine
quiet at 37c. Rosin steady at $! 10,©l 15.
5:00 p. m.—Rosin steady at $1 07 @1 99. Tur
pentine dull at 37c.
Charleston, Nov. 14.—Spirits turps nttne nom
inal; uothing doing. Rosin firm; good strained
Wilmington, Nov. 14. — Spirits turpi-mine firm
at 310. Rosin steady; strained 80c, good strained
8.5 c. Tar steadv at $1 2J. Crude turpo ntine firm;
hard $1 05; yellow dip $2; virgin si;.
New York. Nov. 14. — Rice steady.
New Orleans. Nov. 14 — Rice quid! but firm;
Louisiana, ordinary to prime 4 1 ;@.5 j,o.
Fruit and Vegetable markets.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14.—Oranges, heights, $3 00
@8 70 per box; russets, $2 00@2 sthper box De
mand good. John O. Moore.
New York, Nov. 14 — The receipts to-day
were 3,200 boxes oranges, and 550. crates vege
tables. Some beans were in ve/y bad order,
prices ranging from $1 OOii? 1 50 jior crate; cu
cumbers, $2 si)@3So per crate; plants, $4 00
@5 00 per barrel; oranges ini proving in qualitv,
best selling at s3OOffiS 50 per box; good, $2 5.1
per box; russets, $1 50 per box. The demand
for the Thanksgiving trade will lie large for
choice, sweet fruit only. O'. S. Palmer.
MINI ATUHEALM AN AC—T £1 IS DAY.
)UN Rises 6:27
Sun Sets 6: n 3
High Water at Savannah 8:01 a m. 8:18 p M
Tuesday. Nov 15, 1887.
ARRIVED VE6T iitDc 1.
Steamship Gate City, Taylor, Boston—C G An
Steamer Katie, Bevill, Augusta and way land
ings—J G Medlock, Agent.
ARRIVED UP FROM TYBEE YESTERDAY'.
Bark Tikoma (Br), Pugh, Liverpool, with suit
to C M Gilbert & Cos; vessel to Holst & Cos.
Bark Boro.na (Br), Thomas, to load for Liver
pool—Holst & Cos.
Steamship Wolviston (Br), Edmondson,
Selir Caleb S Ridgeway, Townsend, New York
Steampr St Nicholas. Usina. Fernandina and
way landings—C Williams, Agt.
Steamship Anjier Head (Br), Liverpool
Bark Themis (Nor), Goole.
Bark Alice C Dickermau, Boston.
Bull River, S C, Nov 11—Sailed, schr Enchan
tress, Rollent, Charleston.
New Y'ork, Nov 12—Sailed, bark Tillid, Savan
Liverpool, Nov 11—Arrived, steamship Kate
(Br), Durkee. Savannah.
London, Nov 11—Sailed, steamship Deßa.y
(Br). for Savannah.
Y'muiden, Nov 11—Sailed, Republic, for Savan
nah. . .
Buenos Ayres. Sept 30—In port, bark Kate
Carnie, Loverson. from Brunswick.
Boston, Nov 12—Arrived, schr Chas H Wol
ston, Hiuckley, Brunswick.
ath. Me. Nov 12—Arrived, schr Georgia L
Drake, Goldthwaite, Darien.
Baltimore, Nov 12—Cleared, schr Emma
Heather, Laeey. Fernandina.
Darien, Nov 10—Arrived, schr Alfaretta Camp
bell, Campbell. Charleston.
Delaware Breakwater. Nov 11—Sailed, steam
ship Coningsby (Br), from Philadelphia for
Portland. Me, Nov 12—Arrived, schr F L Rich
ardson, Balano, Darien.
Vineyard Haven. Nov 11—Arrived, schr Fan
nie A Gorham, Smith, Satiila River, Ga, for Boa
New Y’ork, Nov 11—Arrived, steamships Fur
nessia. Pennsylvania, Egypt, Fulda, Saratoga.
Arrived out. steamships State of Indiana.
Fernandina. Nov 14—Arrived, schr Carrie E
Woodbury. Bryant, Bermuda.
Cleared, bark Commerce, Chase, New Y'ork;
sehis E ,1 Morrison. Lavender, New Y'ork; Nan
tasket.. Richardson, New Y'ork; W L White.
Whitman. New Y'ork: brig Angeiia, Mitchell,
London, Nov 12-Steamship Hawarden (Tlri,
Wilson, from Savannah for (leva , which put
into Queenstown Nov 3 with cargo on fie, has
arrived nt Liverpool with cargo reported atill
afire. It will be necessary to discharge a por
tion of tbe cargo to reach the flames.
Per steamer Katie. f rom Augusta and way
landings—29l bales cotton, 215 bbls rosin, 4ffbbl
spirits turpentine, 1.000 bushels c. tton seed. 5
cases eggs, 4 Mis hides. 2 coops fowls.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Nov
14- 65 bales cotton, 9 cars wood, 1 ear barrel ma
terial. 75 caddies tobacco, 85 bunches bun tnos, 1
cor cocoanuts, 25 boxes tobacco, and mdse
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway.
Nov 14—1,40 ft bales cotton. 4,848 boxes oranges,
884 bbls spirits turpentine, 25 boxes oranges, 36
cars lumber. 35 bbls wtiisky, 57 tons iron. 37
cases cigars, 16 bales hides 4 cars coal, 6 cars
clay, 4 cars wood, 1 car iron. 1 car cotton seed,
82 sacks rice. 16 bbls syrun. and mdse.
Per Central Railroad, Nov 14—5.548 bales cot
ton, inhales vain. i>3 ..ales domestics. Scars coal,
18 bales hides. 1 roll leather. 20 pkgs tobneeo, 75
pkgs paper, 210 lbs bacon, 153 pugs furniture, 48
bbls spirits turpentine, 391 bbls rosin. 2 cars band
iron. 100 bbls lime, 355 lbs fruit, 29 pkgse ipties.
3 cars cotton seed 250 bbls cotton seed oil, Ihf
bbls wh'sky. 13 pkgs hardware. I bill whisky, 2
head cattle, 30 head hogs. 20 head horses aud
mules, 22 ears lu nher, 1 car wood. 24 sacks rice.
2 bills syrup, 1 cal' wood in shape, 9 cases liquor,
127 tons pig iron. 11 pkgs vegetables. 60 bbls tal
low. 2 pkgs machinery. 23-4 pkgs mdse, 2 bales
Per steamship Wolviston (Br), for Bremen—
-4.400 bales upland cotton, weighing 2,158,126
Per Ixirk Alice C Dickerman, for Boston—
-286.581 feet p p lumber—Jas K Clarke A C!o.
Per schr Caleb S Rid eway. for New York
-319,799 feet p p lumber—McDonough A Cos.
Per steamship Gate City, from Boston—Mrs
Christensen, Miss Christensen. Masters Christen
sen, Miss A 8 George, Mrs E B George. Mrs Pot
ter. Master Potter, J Wamboit, V A Catpenter,
Geo Johnson, Chester Johnson. D Rutqljeider.
Mrs Bachelder, J J O'Brien, OG C jielund, Mrs
Copeland, Q W Higgins, Mrs Higgins Miss Hig
gins. Oris White, J W Tower, Abbie Black, Mrs
M A Marsh. Mr* S C Grey, Miss Grey. Master
Grey. H Hawthorne, W H Reed, J Wombolt,
Mrs R Thomas, Mrs D G Reed. Miss Reed, J F
Shea, D G Reed, E A Shaw, Mrs Shaw. T I give
ren. Misses Lovereu, Mrs Riley, Mrs Loveren, A
B Shepherd, G P Green, I B Northey, W W Haw
thorne, Mrs Hawthorne. J M Garland, W 8 Reed,
E O Reed, W 8 Hurd. W II YVhittemore, Miss K
R Haskell. Mrs Garland, Miss Sylvester. Miss 51
F Thompson, Mrs Mary N Scott, Mrs M A Harts
shorne, Mr Hartshorne, Miss 8 F Maxwe I, Miss
Pauline Hopkins. Miss L Hopkins, Mrs L 8 Hop
kins, Mrs Allis, Mrs M A Daggett. D O I'alcom,
Mrs Balcom. Mr* C J Purcher, Ml-s M Burgher.
Mis* B Purchar. Mrs A Marston, Mrs J D Bell,
Mrs C T Wht'eU'r, Miss Wheeler, Mrs J S Oakes
Annie Gilbert, Belle Morrison, J A Feijgh, Fred
Smith, J Lamson, C Lamson, Susan Feild, E K
Huron, Sarah Mi* Knight. C H Hazou, Jno Jones,
D Washburn. M l'ip*i\ A Woodbury. J W Fisher,
G S Burlier, W J Swan, O P Blaisdell, Martha
Blaisdell. Ira N Blaisdell, L Oliver, W H Spof
ford, W H Tilton. Mrs Tilton. W II Reed.
Steerage— Mrs L E Butler. M C Butler, Annie
Butler, A Abrahams, C Olsen, B Ellis, R Rice, G
E Rumpus, T Dodd, J Broun, E Dixon, C Sever,
D McPnee, A M Eachron, J S Stone, G W Hall,
P Robinson. A J But er, .1 Butler. G W Butler, F
H Butler, W L Butler, (' But er F Taylor, E
Taylor, Win Lyou, J Sullivan. J Lockland, C M
Sainis, W B Brow n. A Hanson. .1 W Woodbury,
G Stearns, S T Twombly. W Nagle, D Walton, J
Johnson, J S Ashley. R Hatty, P Sweeney, C E
Jones, J Driscoll, J Passant.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
windings -K H Peeples, Sr. J W Peenles, R C
Morris, J Coventry, W C Coursey auu wife, J R
Cropps, S T Marshall, C W Wall, P H Hadden.
Geo Brown. J E Martin and wife, Mrs G L Mills.
Mrs W W Furgerson, Miss J Mims, J B Ford, Mrs
A H Charlton. Miss J Morse, and S) deck.
Ter steamer Katie, from Augusta and wav
landings—Garnett. Stf Cos. Hammond. H A Cos,
Montague A Cos. H M Coiner A Cos, Herron A G,
W 1 MMler, Jno Flannerv & Cos, G Walter A Cos.
W W Gordou A Cos. F M Farley, Baldwin A Cos,
Order, M Y D 1 Mclntire. Chesnutt A O'N.
A tiddler, D Y Dancy, Woods A Cos. Mohr Bros,
Peacock. H A Cos, S Guckenheimer A Son, E B
Flo<h}, J P Williams A Cos.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Nov
14- Fw\lg Office S. F A W Rv. K B Cassels, J F
Torrent, Brown Bros, W Goldstein, Savannah
Oil Cos. R,B Jewett, Order notify D Sampson,
J D Weed Cos. Rieser AS. WQ Cooper, C J
Wall Jr. S Guckenheimer £ Son. A 11 Champion,
W D Simkina A Cos, Win Roliertson, P Prenty,
M Y Henders<\n, G W Tiedeman. W W Chisholm,
Garnett. S A (V,. H M Comer A Cos, Herron A G,
Montmine A Cos. Jno Flannery A Cos, Peacock, II
A Cos. M YA D 1 Mclntire.
Per Savaunun. Florida and Western Railway.
Nov 14—Transfer Office. Jno Flannery A Cos.
S Gordon, H Myers A Bros. H Solomon A Sou,
l>ale, I) A Cos. M Y Henderson A Ehrlich A Bro,
Palmer Bros. A A Avcllhe, J C Thompson, Geo
Davids n, W G Morrel, I>ee Rov Myers A Cos. D
Norman, Sluter, M A’. Cos, A Leflter, B Millaio u,
J Behringer, Lovell A L, A Einstein's RoruM >rder
notify J Williner, Palmei Bros, Frierson A 00,
McDonough A Cos, R B Ca.\sels, W S Hawkins,
J K Clarke A Cos, Smith Bros A Cos, Byck AS,
W D Simkins A Cos, M Kent A Cos, Butler AS,
S Guckenheimer A Son, W C Jackson. (' L Jones,
Stillwell. PA M. TP Bond A' Cos. M Boley A Son.
M Y A D I Mclntini Baldwin A 00. Decker A F.
Garnett, S A Cos, W W Gordon A Cos. D Y Dancy,
Montague A Cos, II M Coiner A Cos, Herron A G.
W W Chisholm, Peacock, II A Cos. J P Williams
Per Central Railroad. Nov 14—Ford* Agt,
J S Wood A Bro, ,) p Williams A Cos. M Maclean.
Herron AG, M Y ADI .Mclntire. Warren A A,
W W Gordon A Cos. Garnett, 8A 00, Butler A S,
R’ater. M A’ Cos, Jno tannery A Cos. R D Bogart,
Baldwin A Cos, G Whiter A Cos. Itf M Comer A Cos,
Order, FM Farley. H rtshorn AH. Savannah
Guano Cos, Montague A Cos. Pearson A S. G W
Richardson. Warnock AW. Woods A Cos, J D
Weld, Dr I) Cox, 1 <ee Roy Myers A Cos. Geo A
Whitehead. Teeple A Cos, Jos A Roberts A Cos,
Thompson AV. Ar| Bacou. M Fei vt *- Cos. D D
Arden, Southern Cot on < hi Cos. J D Weed A Cos,
A MA C W West, if fyovell A Son, (’ H Carson,
A Ehrlich A Bro, StiUwell, P A M, Ellis. Y A Cos.
Com Guano 00, Peatioek. R A Cos, A S Butler,
McDonough A Cos, M‘ V r Henderson. D Y Dancy,
F Golden, Thos West. Lindsay A f, S L Newton,
Ludden A B, G Davis A vSon, Lippman Bros. J R
Wit ington, Pearson A* S. H Solomon A Son.
Wheeler A W 'fg Cos. M i’oley A on. M S Belk
nap, Frank A Cos, J C Thompson, Meinhard Bros
Per steamship Gate Cftv. from Boston—
Arkwrig t Cotton Mills, M Coley A Sou. Byck
Bros, T P Bond A Cos, W S Cherry A Cos, F M
Bliss, R E Cobb. King Cooper, A S Cohen.C RR,
(’has Ellis. I Epstein A Bro. A Ehrlich A Bro.
Epstein AW, A Einstein's Sons M Ferst A Cos,
C M Gilbert A Cos, Fret well & N, J B Guudry, J S
Haines. 8 Guckenheimer A Son, V F Johnson, J
Willinback, Herman AK, Kavmmugh AB, A
Krauss. Jno Lawton, Jno Lyons A Cos. M Pi|*er,
E Lovell A Son. Lindsay AM, Rl> Me Done 11,
1) P Myerson. McDonough A Cos. J J O'Brien,
’einhard Bro A Cos. A J Miller ACa sir David
Clark, AS Nichols, Palmer Bros. J Perlinski,
Peacock, H A 00. J Ro enheim A Cos, .str Seini
nole. Slater. M A Cos, H L Schreiner, K \ Smith,
W I) Simkins A Cos, Southern Ex Cos, P Vubsrdy,
E A Schwarz. H Solomon A Son, S, F A W* Ry,
G W Tiedeman, Vale Royal Mfg Cos, Ira Vright,
Ga A Fla I S B Cos, J R YVithington.
A? LT h artridgeT
r> CYS AND SELTi* on commission all classes
> in' Stockland Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York unotations furnished by private
tioker ivory fiftooo iiiiimtes.
WM T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, (Tib
cago and Li vr pool Exchanges. Private
direct wire Vo our offico. Constant quotations
fjom Cbicagn and New York.
COJTON P3XCTTATSTO PL
R 1 )1 NA N CES?
Ordinance on its first reading:
By Comittee on Streets and Lanes—
An Ordinance, To permit McDonough A Cos. to
build a railroad track across Wheaton street,
so jus to connect the trucks of the Savannah.
Florida ami Western Railway Company with
the lumber yard of McDonough A Cos.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Savannah in Council as
sented, That permission is hereby given the
firm pf McDonough A 00. to connect the tracks
of thr* Savannah, Florida and Western Railway
Company v4ith the lumber yard of the mid
McDonough A Cos. (heretofore known as Haw
kins'yard) by means of a railroad track across
Wheuton stnvi. between IJl>eny street and
Bilbo canal, tl>e used in the tianslKiitatiou
of lurnlier ami other merchandise, provided
that the said trai k and three feet outside
of it shall be well paved on the said Wheaton
street; that said street shall not be obstructed
more than three i imutes at a time bv the cars
used on said track, ami that the said Mayor ami
Aldermen reserve the full right atfl jower to
further restrict and limit the use <jt the said
street, and to withdraw the permisHion herein
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. Tbnt all ordi
nances and parts of ordin rices in conflict with
this ordinance are hervby repealed.
Ordinance read in CYuncil for tho first time
November i!nd, 188 TANARUS, ami published for informa
tion. FRANK E. KKBAKKK,
Clerk of CounciL
Ordinance on its first r\wling:
By Committee on Str *ets and Lanes*-
An Ordinance to extend tis* time in ivhich the
track authorized to be lull under tlie ordi
nance passed in Council January <tb, 188>.
and amended January 14th. 18Hf>, may belaid.
The Mayor and Aldermen o f the city of Sa
van nab, in Council assembled, do hereby ordain
Section 1. That the proviso In the first wv*
tion of the old.nance passed in Council January
7. 1885, entitled. “An ordinance to peripit the
Central Railroad uml Bankiui* (’o nppiy of
Georgia, the Ocean Steamship (\uipany of Sa
va mah, or such railroad corporation (nmv ex
isting or hereafter to lie form-d) is the said lost
named corporation may designate, ts> run a
track from the present system of tracks o:| the
west side of the Savannah and Ogi *echoe < vinal
to Montgoiuery street, in city of savannah, and
thence along River street to the Bill ocanalj’ be
and the name is hereby amended so as Ui reagl
as follows: Provided the constructitm of
track shall be completed in six mcriths from
tlie passage of this ordinance.
Bec. 'i. I'liat tin* raid orlinance
('oiincil Jan. 7, 1885, as amended b 4 the ordk
nance p ssed in Council Jau. 14,1885, U and the
s irne. ns amended by the first section of this
ordinance, is her by re-enacted.
Ordinance n-a-i in C > moil tlrst time L'ovem*
her 2nd, 1887, and published for information.
FRANK E REBARE&, Clerk of Council.
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apparatus made Their appliance for heading 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 & DANIELS,
CornM 'WhltHkei* hi, cl Yorlc Hi rc-e* h. Savannah. O-eorurta.
the’TargestTithograp hic estabushmenr'in"the south?
Morning News Steam Printing House
THIS WELL _ KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT HAS A
Lithographing and Engraving Department
which is complete within itself, and the largest concern of
the kind in the South. It is thoroughly equipped, having
five presses, and all the latest mechanical appliances in
the art, the best of artists and the most skillful lithog
raphers, all under the management of an experienced
It also has the advantage of being a part of a well
equipped printing and binning house, provided with every
thing necessary to handle orders promptly, carefully and
Corporations, manufacturers, banks and bankers, mer
chants and other business men who are about placing
orders, are solicited to give this house an opportunity to
figure on their work, when orders are of sufficient mag
nitude to warrant it, a special agent will be sent to make
J. H. ESTILL.