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Si VANN AH MARKET.
OFFICE OK THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 21, 4p. m. f
Coiton—The market was very dull and some
what nominal, though factors were Arm at
quotations. There was little or no inquiry, and
buyers for the most part were at a standstill,
the day closing without a single transaction
being reported. On 'Change at the opening call
at 10a.m., the market was reported dull and
unchanged. At the second call, at 1 p. ro„ it
was dull and lower to sell. At the third and
dosing call, at 4 p. m., it was dull and un
changed. The following are the official closing
spot quotations of the Cotton Exchange:
Middling fair 10 1-16
Good middling 9 13-10
Middling 9 9-16
Low middling 9 5-16
Good ordinary 9 1-16
Nta Island The market continues quiet, but
very firm. Holders are not pushing business.
There were no sales during the day. \Ve quote:
Common Georgias I ioix,*an
Common Floridas f 10 %® 20
Medium 21 ©21%
Medium fine 22 ®22%
Fine 23 ©23%
Extra fine and choice 24 ©
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Nov. SI, 1887, .and
for the Same Time Last Year.
1 1 Island. fand j Maid. Uland
Stock on hand Sept. 1 ' 575 6.818 ' 1.149 4.304
Received to-day j 182 8.745 1,295 ti,395
Received previously 9,098 518,350 8,009 438,344
Totat 8,855 838,899 11,113 _44?,')43
lExpoi ted to-day 374 5,0151 6051 10 402
j Ex ported previously | 4,882 415,101; 5,908 300,295
| Total j 0,513 31/)97|
[Stock on band and onship
i board ibis day |j 4,5991 118,721., 4,000; 132,3401
Rice— The market was firm and ami un
changed. There were no sales reported during
the day. The following are the official quota
tions of the Board of Trade. Small job lots
are held at %@%c higher:
Prime 5%© 5%
Tide water $1 10®, 1 25
Country lots 85© 90
Navae St ires— The market for spirits turpen
tine was firm and unchanged. There was a fair
inquiry, and fully 600 casks changed hands at
34c for regulars. At the Board of Trade on the
opening call the market was reported steady
at 34c for regulars. At the closing call It was
steady at 34c for regulars. Rosin—The market
was quiet, but very steady. The sales for the
day were about ]~SOO barrels. At the Board of
Trade on the firs: call the market was reported
steady at the follow ing quotations: A. B, C and
D97%c, ESI 00, F $1 05, G $1 07%, II SI 10, I
31 12%, KSi 40, M $! 50, K $1 75, window glass
$2 30, water white $2 85. At the last call it was
NAVAE STORES STATEMENT.
Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408
Received to-day 624 1,925
Received previously 145,584 389,652
Total ~148,751 _408.985
Exported to-day 80 1,122
Exported previously 137,866 389,839
Total * 137,946 390,961
Stock on hand and on shipboard
to-day 10,805 78,024
Receipts same day last year 598 1,846
Financial - Money is in active demand and
Domestic Exchange— Easy. Banks and bank
ers are buying sight drafts a: % per cent dis
count and selling at par®% per cent premium.
Foreign Exchange—The market is steady.
Commercial demand, $4 83; sixty days.
$4 HOJ4; ninety days, $4 79: francs, Paris and
Havre, commercial, sixty days, $5 27; Swiss,
55 27%1 marks, sixty days, 94 5-16.
Securities —The market is firm for bonds and
debentures, with some little inquiry for Central
and Southwestern railroad stocks.
Stocks and Bonds— City Bonds —Atlanta 6
per cent long date, 108 bid, 110 asked; Atlanta
7 per cent, 118 bid. 121 asked; Augusta 7 per
cent long date, 107 bid, 110 asked; Augusta 6s
long date, 108 bid, 110 asked; Columbus 5 per
cent, 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 percent,
ill bid, 112 asked; new Savannah 5 per cent,
January coupons, 10144 bid, 102 asked; new
Savannah 5 tier cent, February coupons, 101%
bid, 101% asked.
State Bonds— Georgia new 6s, 1889, 101 bid,
102 asked; Georgia new 4%5, 105% bid, 106%
asked; Georgia 7 per cent gold, quarterly cou
pons. 103% bid, 105 asked; Georgia 7 pet cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1896, 120
h’ailrcad Slocks —Central common, 123% bid,
124 asiced; Augusta ami Savannah 7 per cent
guaranteed, 133 bid, 135 asked; Georgia com
raon, 123 bid, 196 asked; Southwestern 7 per
cent guaranteed, 106 bid, 127 asked; Cen
tral 3 per cent certificates, 101 Jibid, 102 asked;
Atlanta and West Point railroad stock, 107 bid,
109 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 per cent
certificates, 104 bid, 106 asked.
Haitioad Howls— Savannah, Florida and
Western Railway Company general mortgage 0
per cent interest, coupons October, 111 bid,
112 asked; Atlantic and Gulf first mortgage
consolidated 7 per cent, coupons January and
July, maturity 1697, 111 bid, 112 asked;
Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent,
coupons January and July, maturity 1893,
110 bid, 11*!% asked: Georgia railroad 6s, 1891,
100 bid, lOna ked; Mobile and Girard second
mortgage indorsed 8 i>er cent, coupons January
and July, maturity 1889, 104 bid, 103 asked;
Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per
cent, indorsed by Central railroad, 108 bid,
103 asked; Marietta aud North Georgia first
mortgage, 5u years, 6 per cent. 100-% l id, 101%
asked; Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta first
mortgage, 110% bid, 111% asked; Charlotte, Co
lumbia and 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; South Georgia and Florida second
mortgage, 114 bid, 1. i asked; Augusta and
Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 111 bid,
112 asked; GainesvllL, Jefferson and South
ern first mortgage guaranteed. 115 bid, 116%
asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not
guaranteed. 113 asked; Oceai Steamship
6 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Central
railroad, 103% bid, 103% asked; Gainesville,
Jefferson and Southern second mortgage
guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus aud
Rome first mortgage bonds, indorsed by Cen
tral railroad. 100 bid, 10’ asked: Columbus
and Western 6 per cent guaranteed, 109 bid,
310 asked; City und Suburban railway first
mortgage 7 per cent, 107 bid, 108 asked.
Bank Stocks—Nominal. Southern Bank of
tbs State of Georgia, 198 bid, 202 asked; Mer
chants’National Bank, 160 bid, 165 asked; Sa
vannah Bank and Trust Company, 96 Vd, 98
asked; National Bank of Savannah- Id) bid,
221 asked; Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Com
pany, 107 bid, 10' asked.
Gas stocks —Savannah Gas Right stock, ex
dividend, 20 bid, 20% asked; Mutual Gas Light
stock, 20 bid, 23 asked.
Bacon Market firmer; demand good;
smoked clear rib sides, B%c; shoulders, 6%c;
dry salted clear rib sides. 7%e; long clear, 7%c;
shoulders, none; hams, 13c.
Baogixg and Tibs—Market steady. We
quote; Bagging—2% lbs, B®B%c; 2 E*s, 7%®
!%c: 1% lbs, 7@,7!4c; according to brand and
quantity. Iron ties—Arrow und other brands,
none; nominal, $1 25 per bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in retail
lots a fraction higher.
Butter-- Market steady; choice Goshen, 20c;
gilt edge, 22®25c; creamery. 25@26c.
Cheese—Market steady; fair demand. We
Coffee—The market is firm. We quote;
Ordinary, 19c; fair, 20c; good, 20%c; choice.
Fruit—Apples, evaporated, ll%e:
peeled, 7%e. Peaches, peeled, 20c; unpeeled,
D<a7c. Currants. 7c. Citron, 25c.
Dry Goods— The market is firm; business fair.
We quote: Prints, 4®oe, Georgia brown shirt
ing, Ti-4, 4%c; 7-3 do. 5%c; 4-4 brown sheet
ing, 6%c; white osnaburgs, 8%®9%c; checks,
o%@7c; yarns, Ssc for best makes; brown drill
ings, 6%®7%c. „ ~ ,
FißH—Light demand on account of high
prices. We quote full weights; Mackerel—No.
l, $lO 00: No. 3, half barrels, nominal.
?7 OOfft-7 50; No. 9, $8 50. Herring—No. 1,20 c;
scaled, 25c. Cod, 6®Bc.
Frutt—Lemons—Demand light—Wo quote:
S3 00(3,3 50. Apples. Northern, $3 00®4 25.
Flour—Market firm, demand moderate. We
quote; Extra. $8 7308 90: fancy. $4 5004 85;
choice patent, $5 10&5 35: family. $4 15®4 40.
Giiai.;—Guru— Market very firm; demand *
light. We quote: White corn, job lots, 60c;car
load lots. 66c. Oats steady, demand good. We
quote: Mixed oats, 45c: carload lots, 40c. Bran,
$1 10. Meal, 62%c. Grist, per bushel, 67%c.
Hay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote job lots: Western,
$1 10; carload lots $1 GO; Eastern, none; North
Hides, Wool, Etc Hides—Market dull; re
ceipts light; dry Hint, lie; salted, 9c; dry
butcher, Bc. Wool—Receipts light; prime, in
hales, 28@25c; burrs, 10©l5c. Wax, 18c. Tallow,
3©4e. Deerskins, flint, 20c; salted, ltic. Otter
skins, 50c® $4 00.
Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4%©5c; reflued,
Lard—Market steady; in tierces, 7%c; 50 hi
Lime, Calcined Plaster and Cement--Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is selling
at gl 30 per barrel; Georgia, $1 30 per barrel;
calcined plaster, $1 85 per barrel: hair. 4c;
Rosehdale cement, $1 SO; Portland cement,
Liquors—Full stock; steady demand. Bour
bon, Si 50©5 50; rye; $150@6 00; rectified,
$1 00© 1 35. Ales unchanged ami in fair de
Naiix—Market Ann; fair demand. Wequote:
3d. ?3 80 ; 4d and sd, $3 15; 6d, $2 90; Bd, $2 65;
10a to Ukl, $8 40 per keg.
Nuts—Almonds—Tarragona, !B®2oc: Ivicas,
17@18c; walnuts, French, 15c; Naples, 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c; filberts, ]2c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa, $5 00 per 100.
Oils-Market firm; demand good, Signal,
45c: West Virginia black. 9@loe; lard, 55c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, 8%@10c; water white,
13%c; neatsfoot, 56ffi80e; machinery, 23©80c;
iinseed, raw, 54c; boiled, 57c; mineral seal, 16c;
fireproof, 18c; horaelight. 18c.
Onions—Northern, per barrel, S3 75; imported,
per case. $3 25.
Potatoes—Northern, $2 75®3 00.
Peas—New ci op in light supply and demand;
cow peas, mixed, 75c; clay, 90c; speckled, $1 10;
black eye, $1 50@1 75; white crowders, slso©
Prunes—Turkish, 5%c; French, 11c.
Raisins—Demand light; market steady. Lay
ers, $3 00: London layers, new, $3 25 per box.
Salt—The demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 66c fob; job lots, 75
Shot—Drop, Si 40; buck, $1 65.
Sugar—The market is higher; cut loaf, 7%c;
standard A, 6%c; extra C, 6%c; yellow C, 5%c;
granulated, 7%c; powdered, ,%e.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia dull at 35® 40c;
the market is quiet for sugarliouse at 80©,40c;
Cuba straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugar
house molasses, 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, 25e@$l 25: chewing, com
mon, sound, 25@80c; fair, 30@35c; medium, 38
@soc; bright, 50©75e; fine fancy, 85@90c; extra
fiue, 90c©Sl 10; bright navies, 46©75c; dark
Lumber—There is no material change in the
market and the movement continues very
steady, while prices remain firm at quotations,
except that scarcity of orders for easy sizes has
caused a slight easiness in prices on such or
ders. W r e quote fob:
Ordinary sizes. sl2 50©16 00
Difficult sizes 15 Oku 21 50
Flooring boards 16 Uo@2l 50
Shipstuft 17 Co@2l 50
Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 00® ll 00
800 " “ 10 00©11 00
900 “ “ 11 00@12 00
1,000 “ “ 12 00@14 00
Shipping timber in the raft—
-700 reet average $ 6 00© 7 00
800 “ “ 7 00© 800
900 “ “ 8 00© 900
1,000 “ “ 9 00@I0 00
Mill timber $1 below these figures.
Lumber By sail—There is a moderate In
quiry for vessels tor future loading, but no spot
transactions Jfor the week to report.
Freight limits are from $5 00@G 06
from this and the near Georgia ports to the
Chesapeake ports, Philadelphia, New York,
Sound ports and eastward. Timber. 5 cT; 8: 00
higher than lumber rates. To the West Indies
and windward, nominal: to South America,
sl3 00@!4 00: to Spanish and Mediterranean
ports, slloo@l2 00; to United Kingdom for
orders, timber, 27©285; lumber. £3 15s. Steam
—To New York, S7 00; to Philadelphia, $7 00; to
Boston, $9 00.
Navai, Stores—Very dull. Foreign—Cork,
etc., for orders, 2s 10%d, and, or, 4s l%d;
Adriatic, rosin, 3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s 9d.
Coastwise—Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosin,
$1 00 on spirits; to New York, rosin 50c, spirits
80c: to Philadelphia, rosin 30c, spirits 80c: to
Baltimore, rosin 30c, spirits 60c. Coastwise
Cotton—Bv steam—The market is very firm,
with a considerable scarcity of freight room.
Liverpool direct 21-64d
Bremen direct 11-32d
Reval direct %and
Genoa direct %and
Barcelona direct 11-32d
Liverpool via New York 19 lb 11-323
Liverpool via Baltimore $ tb 11-326
Antwerp via New York 19 tb 5-16d
Havre via New York $ ih Me
Havre via Baltimore 72e
Bremen via New York f( T 5 11-10 c
Reval via New York 25-641
Bremen via Baltimore 72c
Amsterdam via New York 70c
Amsterdam via Baltimore 70c
Boston bale $1 75
Sea island bale 2 00
New York 13 Dale 150
Sea island W bale 1 75
Philadelphia fl bale 1 50
Sea island # bale.. 1 75
Baltimore $ bale 1 50
Providence $ bale 1 75
New York 19 barrel 60
Philadelphia $4 barrel 60
Baltimore $ barrel 60
Boston barrel 60
Grown fowls ip pair $ 55 @ 65
Chickens, %to % grown 35 © 50
Ducks ip pair 50 ® 75
Geese $ pair 1 00 ©1 23
Turkeys pair 125 ©2 00
Turkeys, dressed ip 15 10 © 18
Eggs, country, per dozen 20 ® 22
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va. $!5 © 6
Peanuts—Hand picked 19 1b @ 5
Peanuts—Ga 'p bushel, nominal 75 © 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. yams ¥ bush.. 50 ©, 60
Sweet potatoes, white yams 18 bush 40 © 50
Poultry—Market overstocked; light demand.
Eons—Market firmer, 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.
London, Nov. 21, 4p. m.—Consols, 103 5-16 for
money; 103 7-16 for account.
New Yore. Nov. 21. noon.—Stocks dull but
steady. Money easy at 4®5 per cent. Ex
change—long, $4 82@4 82%; short, $4 85%@
4 85% State bonds neglected. Government
bonds dull but steady.
Erie 30 Richm’d & W. Pt.
lake Shore 95% Terminal 27%
Chicago & North. .113% Western Union... 80%
Norf. & W. pref. . 42%
5:00 p m.—Exchange dull but unchanged.
Money dull at 4©6 per cent., closing offered
at 4. Sub-Treasurv balances—Gold, $181,999,000;
currency $10,013,000. Government bonds dull
but steady: four per cents 126%: four and a
half per cents 108%. State bonds dull and rather
The stock market was comparatively dull and
lower to day, but the result of the day’s trading
is of little importance. The market showed a
strong undertone, many favorable factors being
at work to check the decline. Among these
were an advance in soft coal rates in the West
and the declaration of a dividend on Burling
ton, with its handsome surplus. Very little
long stock came upon the market, and the bulls
believe the reaction will bring fresh outside buy
ing into the market. Some comment was called
forth by the bidding up of money to 6 per cent,
in the afternoon, it being regarded as an attempt
to depress prices by the manipulation of the
money market again. But in tho face of the
government's offer to advance all the money
needed on government bonds, a stringency in
the money market is almost Impossible. An
early advance at the opening was soon checked
and prices sagged off slowly, and before noon
the small gains had been wiped out. with frac
tions in addition. Extreme dullness had charac
terized dealings in the afternoon and slight ad
vane.-s were again made, but a decline set in in
the last hour and the close w-*s quiet but heavy
at near the lowest prices of the day. Most
storks are lower to-night, with declines of frae
tional amounts only, except Omaha, which lost
1 percent. Sales aggregated 271,000 shares. The
market closed at the following quotations:
Ala.classA. 2 t 05.106 New Orleans Pa-
Ala, class B, ss. 105 eifle, Ist mort... 78%
Georgia 7s, mort.. 104 N. Y Central 108
N. Carolina 6a.. .118 Norf. &W. pref... 42%
N. Carolina 4s 96t Nor. Pacific 22%
So. Caro. (Brown “ pref... 46%
consols 103 Pacific Mail 37%
Tennessee set 73% Reading 70%
Virginia 6s — *4B Richmond & Ale.. 8
Va. consolidated. 48 Richmond & Danv
Ch’peake* Ohio. 8 Richm’d & 3V. Pt. 27%
Northwest >rn 111% Rock Island 114
„ . preferro . . .111% St. Paul 77
Dealnnd Lackd .131% “ preferred .113%
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 18S7.
Erie 39% Texas Pacific 21%
ICaRt. Tennessee. . 11% Tenn. Coal & Iron. 30%
Lake Shore 05% Union Pacific 63%
L'viile & Nash— 01% N. J. Cenrra! 78
Memphis Char. 49 Missouri Pacific ... 91%
Mobile & Ohio 12 Western Union... 80%
Nash. & Chatt’a.. 78% Cotton Oilcertifi.. 81%
•Bid. ‘ tAsked.
Liverpool, Nov. 21, 12:30 p m.—Cotton flat
and irregular; middling uplands 5 9-16d, mid
dling Orleans 5%d; sales 8,000 bales, forspecu
lation and export 1,000 bales; receipts 28,000
bales— American 27,900,
Futtires—Uplands, low middling clause, No
vember delivery 5 UO-tMd: November and Decem
ber 5 27-64d; December and January 5 23-64©
62C-64d; January and February 52861 a 5 26 Old;
February and March 5 28-64®5 27-0 Id; March
and April 5 29-64@5 28-6 4d; Apnl and May
5 31-64©.’} 30-64d; May and June 5 32 64@5 31 Old;
June and July 534 61c. Market fiat at the de
The tenders of deliveries at to-day’s clearings
amounted to 1,800 bales new dockets.
2 p. m.—The sales to-day included 5,900 bales
Middling uplands 5%d, middling Orleans
Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, No
vember delivery 5 80-64d, value; November and
December 5 26-64d, value; Decemtier and
January 5 25-64d, buyers; January and February
5 24-64(1, value; February and March 5 26-64d,
sellers: March and April 5 2T-64d, sellers; April
and May 5 29-64d, sellers; May and June 5 31 04d,
sellers; June and July 5 83-64d, sellers. Market
4 p. m.—Futures: UDlands. low middling
clause, November delivery 5 30-64d. sellers; No
vember and December 5 27-64d, sellers; Decem
ber and January 5 26-64d, value; January and
February 5 26>64d, sellers; February and March
5 26-64d,buyers; March and April 5 27-64d, buyers;
April and Mays 29-64d. buyers; May and June
5 31-04d. buyers; June and July 5 83-G4d, buyers.
Market closed barely steady.
New York. Nov. 21, noon. —Cotton quiet and
steady; middling uplands 10%c, middling Or
leans 10%c: sales 104 bales.
Futures—Market opened steady, with sales as
follows: November delivery 10 26c, December
10 18c, January 10 27c, February 10 35c, March
10 34c, April l 5 49c.
5 p. m.—Market closed easy ; middling uplands
10%c, middling Orleans 10%c; sales to-day 94
bales; net receipts 464 bales, gross 20,495 bales.
Futures —The market closed easy, with
sales of 107,600 bales, as follows: November
delivery 10 27@10 29c. December 10 31 ©lO 22c,
January 10 38®. 10 29c, February 10 35®10 31c,
March 10 42@10 48c, April 10 49© 10 50c, May
10 56® 10 s?c, June 10 63c, July 10 69©10 70c.
Green & Co.’s report on cotton futures says:
“Liverpool advices intimated that the decline
this morning reflected their construction of Sat
urday's Chronicle editorial remarks concerning
the crop. Our market did not fully respond to
the Liverpool decline at the opening, as there
was a surprising absence of sellers. This,
coupled with a moderate investment demand,
which came in pretty much all day from outside
op waters, gave the, day's session a fairly steady
undertone until near the close, when offerings
increased and prices softened, closing easy
within 2 points of Saturday's close.”
Galveston, Nov. 2!.—Cotton dull: middling
9%e; net receipts 10,550 bales, gross 10,550; sales
538 bales; stock 110,368 bales; exports, coast
wise 3,591 bales.
Norfolk, Nov. 21.— Cotton quiet: middling
9%c; net receipts 5,005 bales, gross 5,005; sales
1,075 bales; stock 55.169 bales; exports, to Great
Britain 3.165 bales, coastwise 1,303.
Baltimore, Nov. 21.—Cotton quiet; mid
dling lu%e; net receipts 500 bales, gross 2.049;
sales none; stock 10,479 bales; sales to spinners 25
bales; exports, coastwise 465 bales.
Boston, Nov. 21. — Cotton quiet; middling
10%c; net receipts 1,026 bales, gross 4,659; sales
none; stock none.
Wilmington, Nov. 21. — Cotton dull; middling
9%c; net receipts 1.544 bales, gross 1,544; sales
none; stock 23,716 bales.
Philadelphia, Nov. 21.—Cotton quiet; middling
10-)sc; net receipts 386 bales, gross 436; stock
New Orleans, Nov. 21.—Cotton dull;-mid
dling 9%c; net receipts 25,526 bales, gross
25.941; sales 1,500 bales; stock 281,717 bales; ex
ports, to Great Britain 20,617 bales, to France
Mobile, Nov. 21.—Cotton dull: middling 9%c:
net receipts 1,815 hales, gross 2,116; sales 500
bales; stock 24,455ba1e5; exports,coastwise 1,299
Memphis, Nov. 21.—Cotton quiet; middling
9%c; receipts 11,001 bales; shipments 5,137;
sales 2,21X1; stock (corrected) 147.680 bales.
Estimated burnt cotton 15,000 bales.
Acousta, Nov. 21.—Cotton dull; middling
9%c; receipts 1,456 bales; sales 887 bales.
Charleston, Nov. 21.—Cotton at a stand;
middling nominal at 9%c; net receipts 3.580
bales, gross 3.580; sales none: stock 54,446 bales.
Atlanta, Nov. 21.—Cotton quiet but steady;
middling 9%c: receipts 808 baies.
New York, Nov. 21 —Consolidated net receipts
for all cotton ports to-day 61,060 bales; exports,
to Great Britain 89,754 bales, to France 8.428,
to the continent 9,700 bales; stock at all Ameri
can ports 798,911 bale,.
PROVISIONS. OROOERtES. ETC,
Liverpool. Nor. 21, noon.—Wheat steady;
demand fair; holders offer moderately. Corn
firm: demand fair.
New York, Not. 21, noon.—Flour quiet but
firm. Wheat better. Corn higher. Pork firm;
mess sl4 7 .©ls 00. Lard strong at $7 60.
5:00 p. m.—Southern flour—common to fair
extra $3 25®4 00, good to choice ditto $4 10©
5 00. Wheat—options active and very strong,
prices advanced i©l%c, closing firm near the
highest price: cash l@l%c better, with fair
business, partly for shipment; No. 2 red, No
vember delivery 83%©88e, Defend er H7%©
88140, May 92%@93%e. Corn %@%c higher
anu moderatelymetive, closing firm; No 2, De
cember delivery 55%®58%c, January 56%@57c.
May 57%!fii53 3-16 c. Oats %®%c better, closing
steady; No. 2, November delivery 35%c, De
cember 35%®35%e, May 37%@37%c, No. 2,
spot 35%@35%c; mixed Western 34®36c. Hops
steady. Coffee, fair Rio, on spot quiet at
18%c; options s@l;> points higher but less
doing; No. 7 Rio, November delivery 15 70®
15 75c, December 15 70©15 80c, May 14 ni©l4 95c.
Sugar dull; fair refining 5 3-16 c; refined quiet.
Molasses steady: New Orleans, new crop, 46©
48c. Cotton seed oil steady. Hides quiet hut
steady. Wool unchanged and dull. Pork firm
and fairly active; moss sl4 25 for old, sls 00©
©ls 50 for new. Beef dull. Cut meats stronger.
Pickled bellies 7%c: pickled shoulders 7c. Mid
dles dull. Lard 18@22 points higher, trade,
however, is quite moderate: Western steam, on
spot $7 50. November delivery $7 50, December
$7 22®7 38, May $7 52©7 61. Freights dull;
cotton 11-64d. grain 3d.
Chicago, Nov. 21.—A surprisingly strong
feeling was developed to-day in the wheat
market, aud prices again touched a higher
point, the highest by %c since the recent upturn
m prices set in. The visible supply showed an
increase of 817,000 bushels, which was about
ivbat the majority of operators had expected.
Receipts aggregated 1.264,000 bushels at twelve
points,of which Minneapolis and Duluth received
SO per cent. While shipments from the same
points wore reported at 502,000 bushels, and
clearances only 93,000. From the opening, how
ever. it became apparent that there was a very
good demand, which continued throughout
most of tno session. Dry weather in the winter
wheat district, followed by freezing weather,
was given’as the reason for strength, but there
must have lieen other reasons for buying. At
any rate speculation was in the market, and the
principal buying was credited to St. Louis
parties. The opening was about %®%c lower
than Saturday's close, and under a good de
mand. prices steadily advanced, with only
slight fluctuations %®l%c above inside prices,
eased off a trifle, and closed about l%c higher
than Saturday. Trading centered in May. Corn
was fairly active. The market fluctuated fre
quently within a moderate range. The feeling
was quite firm for more deferred deliveries,
while near lutures ruled easier, due mainly to
increasing receipts. The market opened at
same to %c under Saturday’s closing. Near
futures being easy, ruled firmer, and advanced
%® s Sc, influenced by strength in wheat and
provisions changed some, and close 1 a shade
firmer for near futures, and %irhigher for May
than Saturday's prices. Receipts were larger
than expected, amt estimates for to-morrow are
rather liberal. The visible supply decreased
384,001) bushels. Stocks here decreased 15,000
bushels. Oats were influenced liy an improve
ment in leading markets. There was a firm
speculative feeling, and prices exhibit about %
®%e advance. Trading, however, was not
materially increased, being only moderate and
mainly in May. Provisions were active, tho
pork market fairly running away from local
traders, who endeavored to control it. Receipts
of hogs wore 35,000 and prices 5® 10c lower.
Estimated arrivals to-morrow were also large.
They had no effect on the course of values, as
buying orders came in freely. Packers sold
moderately at. the opening Their offerings of
all descriptions were quickly absorbed ami
prices moved rapidly upward, pork advancing
450, lard 15®17%c, and short ribs 20c from the
lowest point, and at 1 o’clock was firm at
slightly below outside figures. Pork was the
favorite. On the afternoon lioard, however,
there was a reaction, pork declining 22®22%c,
and lard and short ribs 7%c.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
neglect eu; prices steady. Wheat. No. 2 spring
7*,%c; No. 3 spring 67 %c; No. 2 rod 76%c. Corn,
No. 2, 44%cw Oats, No. 2. 27%c. Mess pork,
sl3 50® 13 75. Lard, per 100 lbs, $7 10®5 12%.
Short rib sides, loose $7 00®7 05. Dry salted
shoulders, boxed, $5 5015,6 60. Shore clear sides,
boxed $7 30@7 35. Whisky sllO.
Leading rutunM ran get as follows;
Opening. Highest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
Nov. delivery.... 75% 76% 75%
Dec. delivery ... 76% 76% 76%
May delivery . .. 82% 88% 83%
Corn, No. 2
Nov. delivcrv ~ 44% 44% 44%
Dec. delivery.... 43% 41% 44%
May delivery.... 48% 49% 48%
Oats No. 2
Nov. delivery. .. 27% 27% 27'j
Dec. delivery.... 26% 27 27
May delivery.... 30% SI 81
Jan. delivery sl3 60 sl4 05 sl3 77%
May delivery 14 12% 14 52% 14 25
Nov. dolivery $8 95 $7 10 $7 02%
Dec. delivery..... 6 95 7 10 7 02%
May delivery.... 7 07% 7 22% 7 17%
Jan.delivery .... $0 90 $7 05 $6 95
Feb. delivery 7 00 7 15 7 05
Baltimore, Nov. 21.—Flour steady, with mode
rate inquiry; Howard street and Western super
fine $2 87©2 75, extra $ i 00@ i 00. family $3 75®
4 50, city mills superfine $2 37©2 60, extra $3 00
©3 62; Rio brands $4 37©4 62. Wheat—Southern
fairly active and a shade easier; red oo©B7c,
amber 86©88c; Western higher, cloi. ng tirin;
No. 2 winter rod, on spot 88%iu ,33%c. Corn-
Southern fairly active and easier; white 52®53c,
< St. Louis, Nov. 21.—Flour very strong; ask
ing advance, but still unchanged. Wheat l r vc
higher; market opened strong, advanced by
fractions from the start in a lively market, with
heavy transaction at highest prices; No. 2 red,
cash 75@75%e, December delivery 75%®76%c,
January .7%©?7%e, May 80%c. Corn firm and
He higher; cash 42® !2%c, November delivery
41%©42e, May 44%®45%c. Oats steady; cash
2728 c, May 80%c. Whisky steady at $1 05.
Provisions strong: Pork. sl3 2.5. lard $7. Dry
salt meats—boxed shoulders $5 50, long clour
$7, clear ribs $7 12%, short clear $7 25©
7 37%. Bacon—boxed shoulders $6, long clear
and clear ribs $7 87%, short clear $8 12%.
Hams steady at slP©l2.
Louisville, Nov. 21.—Grain higher. Wheat-
No. 2 red. 78c. Corn—No. 2 mixed 47%e. Oats—
No. 2. So%e. Provisions quiet ami unchanged.
Cincinnati, Nov. 21.—Flour strong. Wheat
strong; No. 2 red 80c. Corn steady; No. 2
mixed 49c. Oats strong: No. 2 mixed 31 %c.
Provisions—Pork firm; new sl3 75. Laid firm;
held higher at $7. Bulk meats firm: short ribs
$7 25. Bacon firmer; short clear $8 37%. Whisky
firm at $lO5 Hogs closed steady and firm:
common and light $3 80@4 85, packing and
butchers $4 85®5 20.
New Orleans, Nov. 21.—Coffee steady and in
fair demand. Cotton seed products dull and
nominal. Sugars in good demand at full prices;
Louisiana open kettle, strictly prime 4 9 16c;
Louisiana centrifugals,off plantation granulated
6%@6%e, choice white sibi@s%c. Molasses—
open kettle active, firm and higher; choice 4!c;
strictly prime 3M7r4oc, good prime 86®37c;
centrifugals in fair demand; strictly prime 27©
28c, good prime 22®21c, prime 20©21c.
Liverpool, Nov. 21, noon.—Spirits turpentine
New York, Nov. 21, noon.—Spirits turpentine
steady at 37%c. Rosin steady at $1 07%©1 15.
5:00 p. m.—Rosin dull at $1 07%@1 15.
Turpentine dull at 37c.
Charleston, Nov. 21.—Spirits turpentine firm
at 84c. Rosin firm; good straiued 90c.
Wilmington, Nov. 21.—Spirits turpentine Arm
at 38%c. Rosin firm; strained 80c, good strained
85c. Tar firm at $1 25. Crude turpentine firm:
hard $1 05; yellow dip $2; virgin $2
New York. Nov. 21. —Rice firm.
New Orleans, Nov. 21 —Rice steady.
Fruit and Vegetable Markets.
New York, Nov. 21.—The demand continues
good for Florida oranges. Only 3,000 boxes were
received via to-day's steamers. Fancy oranges
are selling at $3 00®8 50 per box; medium
grades $2 50©3 00 per box. The outlook is
favorable. The receipts of vegetables to-day
were 1,500 crates. Cucumbers sold at $3 00®,5 00
perorate; beaus $1 50®2 00; egg plant $1 00
©2 00 per crate. U. S. Palmer.
Cincinnati, Nov. 21. —Oranges are in fair de
mand and selling at $2 75®3 00 per box for
bright; $2 25 per box for russets.
sill DPI NO I NTKLLIG ENC E.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Sun Skts 5:00
High Water at Savannah 1:37 m, 1:59 p m
Tuesday, Nov 22, 1887.
Steamship City of Macon, Lewis. Boston—C
G Anderson, Agent.
Steamship Buteshire (Br), Caul), New York, in
Steamer Pope Catlin, Swift, Port Royal, Bluff
ton and Beaufort—Master.
ARRIVED BELOW YESTERDAY.
Schr Charmer, Daboll, New York, with general
cargo to order; vessel to McDonough & Cos.
Schr John R Penrose, Smith, Philadelphia—
Jos A Roberts & Cos.
Schr Wm H Keeney, Lippincott, New York—
Jos A Roberts & Cos.
Steamer St Nicholas. Usina, Kernandtna and
way landings—C Williams. Agt.
Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen's Bluff and way
landings—\V T Gibson, Manager.
Schr John R Penrose, Philadelphia.
Schr Wm H Keeney, New York.
New York, Nov 19—Cleared, schr E H Harri
maa, Wood, Bucksville, S C.
Belfast, Nov 18—Sailed, bark Ossuna (Br),
Barcelona, Nov 15-Sailed, bark Ellen (Rus),
Buenos Ayres. Nov B—Passed, bark Queen
(Br), Jones, Brunswick for Rosario,
Dartmouth, Nov 19—Arrived, steamship
Abeona (Br). Comer, Savannah for Reval.
Hamburg. Nov 18 Sailed, bark Alliance (Nor),
Reval, Nov 15—Arrived, steamship Watlington
(Br), Stranack, Savannah.
Nassau, Nov 12—Arrived, schrs Christian
Bergh. Sanchez, St Augustine (and sailed for
Cat Island and St Augustine); 13th, Mary 11
Williams (Br), Demerrett, Jacksonville.
9th—Sailed, schr Goodwill (Br), Sweeting, Key
Baltimore, Nov 19—Arrived, schrs City of
Jacksonville, Stillwell, Jacksonville; Wm
Marshall, Melville, do.
Cleared and sailed, schr Sarah D Fell, Love
Bangor, Nov 10—Sailed, schr Penobscot, Car
Charieston, Nov 19—Arrived, schr Conecuh,
Southard, Pascagoula, ordered to Port Royal, h
C, to load for Baltimore.
Coosaw, Nov 17—Arrived, bark Stratphspey
(Bn, McKenzie, St Thomas.
Port Eads, Nov 19—Sailed, ship Stamboul (Br),
Pensacola, Nov 19—Arrived, schrs Jefferson,
Griffin. Galveston; Hattie Dunn, Poland, do;
Susie H Davidson, Corson, do.
Cleared, bark Haro Caino (Ital), Olivari,
Buenos Ayres; schr Cbas E Bayles, Robinson,
New York; 18th, bark Hnraid Haafarger (Nor),
Port Royal, SC, Nov 19—Sailed, bark Mary
Hasbroucit, Ludwigs, New York; schr Agnes I
Grace, Seavey, Boston.
Cleared, schrs C W Lewis. Fehring, Bruns
wick; D K Baker, Hall, Charleston (to sail 2)th).
Portland, Me. Nov 19—Arrived, hark Gem,
Perth Amboy, ov 18—Arrived, schr Mary B
Judge, Magee, Kernan 'ina.
London. Nov 19—A telegram from Havre says
the crew of bark liarticola (Nor), from Pensa
cola for Dordrecht, have been landed at Havre.
The vessel was abandoned waterlogged.
Norfolk, Va. Nov I!)—Capt Wheaton, of the
solir Bessie Morris, ashore at False Cape, says
he encountered very heavy weather and was
compelled to run his vessel ashore to prevent
her sinking. The wrecking steamer Victoria J
Peel, which has bee.n at w ork upon her, was re
ported to day as passing Virginia Beach bound
for the Capes, with no vessel in tow, and it is
thought, therefore, the schooner has not yet
Bark Konoma (Br). from Liverpool for Tybee,
Nov 5, off the Smalls.
Schr Melissa Trask, from Jacksonville, bound
E. Nov 18, between Handkerchief and Pollock
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Nov
2!-60 bales cotton, 2 cars wood, 1 car fruit, 4
cars rail, 6 bbls tallow, 7 cases butter. 1 car cast
ings, 12 sacks rice. 1 bdl trees, and mdse.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway.
Nov 21—1,590 bales cotton, 7 cases grease, 1,084
bbis rosin, 498 bbls spirits turpentine. 4 cars coni,
45 cars lumber. 1 car, 200 chairs, 1 car wheels, 2
cars cotton seed, 2 cars wood, 1 car laths, 4
empty oil tanks, 7 bbli syrup, 1 car blocks, 19
bbis eggs, 60 pkgs w paper, 1,060 boxes clay
elgi'ons, 15 cases w hisky, 10 lif libls sausage. 10
oxes wizard oil, 13 bbls syrup, 15 bales hides, 75
bbls rice, 60 pkgs mdse, 11,826 boxes oranges, 95
bbls oranges, and mdse.
Per Central Railroad. Nov 21—83 bales yarn.
140 1 fairs domestics. 7 dales bides, lgpkgs paiwr,
87 pkgs tobacco. 118 bbls spirits turpentine, 230
Ills bacon. 768 bbls ri.sin, 436 lbs fruit, 230 sacks
bran, 5 bbls meal, 227 bales bay, 2 bbls wax, 15
pkgs vegetables, 1 pkg machinery, 26 pkgs
brooms, 18 pkgs carriage material, 11 pkgs junk,
20 sacks guano, 1 pkg poultry. 128 pkgs mdse, 51
bales paper stock, 18 pkgs empties, 175 bids flour.
cars eottoo veer* 4<> hr Vl beer, 130 bbls grit*,
140 gr bbls beer, sft furniture and h h goods,
14,412 ibs Hour, 7 head calves, 8 bend sheep, Ift
cars lumber, 1 car wood, 1 pkg wood in shape, 14
bbls syrup, 2 cars staves, 1 02 tons pig iron, 898
bbls cotton seed oil, 1 pkg twine, 4 cases liquor,
2 cars brick and stone, 41 pkgs hardware, 21
boxos candies, 8 bales plai<U.
Per steamship City of Macon, from Boston—
John Smith ana wife, Hattie M Smith, J Wil
liains, F \V Porter, Miss J Ellis. Mias J L West,
Mrs A Nichols, Miss M Addison, Miss Wadswoi lb.
Mrs (1 M Wadsworth, Miss A Collemore, fl W
Cook and wife, Mrs E L Burbank, Miss Burluiuk,
Amos Jones, A Bradley, Mrs E A Be.-t, W 8
Wright, K A Bartlett. Mi' M Kennedy, Mary It
Coffin, F S Taylor and wife, Mrs M Kimball, A
F Otis, Miss Davis. E Cunningham. J K Smith
and wife, Mrs Goddard, A Adams, Miss Adams,
Mrs Salas, Mrs B C Rowell. <4 E Folsome, G 11
Pollock, J M Klrien, H Lundlerg, ES Thayer, S
S Thayer, \\ B Hyde, D .1 O'Neil, Ida Beal,
Louisa Knight, W J Swan and wife, J B Crane,
C J Mills, Rev H A Hyde and wife, Mrs Con
nelly, Miss Connelly. D N Poor and wife. 11 E
Brewster. J H Fowler, Rufus Knapp, E Hun
(lordale, O S Scott, R Cooper, 1> J Steele, E F
Adams, E A Strong, M Tripp. P A Cole, W E
Chase, W Dower, 1J Whitcomb, O Howes, Rose
Law (col), A Fldridge, Mrs (lately, .1 N Brewer,
W Mayl>erg, Mrs R White, Miss White. Steer
age—\V C Adams, E Dow, J McCarty, D Kelly,
J G Rogers. John I/mey, E Stover, l) Braman,
Geo A Fraser, B Hughes, C Bromlmll. J Taylor,
l> Desmond. S Hoyle. M Braman, J Noonan, W
J C Allen, J Haley, M O Damon, W Webber, M
liallihan, ONH Stover.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Nov
01—Transfer Office 8. F<£ W Rv. K B Cassels,
MY& D I Mclntire, Garnett. S & Cos, Brown
Bros, Montague & Cos, J P Williams & Cos, J B
Floyd, P Schwartz, A A Aveilhe, Geo Schwartz,
J D Weed & < ’o, A I Hart ridge. Savannah Times.
Per steamship City of Macon, from Boston—
Appel MS, M Holey A >on, J G Butler, ('apt
Brenner, S W Branch, Byck Bros, B.vck A 8, L
E Byck A Son, W S Cherry & Cos, Coital Bros, A
8 Coheu, J S Collins Cos, Decker &F. R E
Cobh, Rose E Dupont, I Dasher & Cos. Miss i)
Gardner, G Davis & Son. A Ehrlich A Bro. .1 B
Gaudry, Einstein & L, A Einstein's Sons. Dr J C
Lellarily, Frank \ Cos, M Ferst A: Cos, M Grover,
J Gardner, 8 Giickonheimer A Son, A R Huet,
C M Gilbert A Cos, .1 S Haines, KAvauuiigli & B,
Herman AK, A Krause, N Lang. H Logon,
Jno Lyons A Cos. Lindsay A M, E Lovell & Son,
B H Levy & Bro. Ludden AB, K D McDonoll,
A Letter, Mendel A D, J McGrath A Cos, Mrs E
McNally. A J Miller A Cos. H Myers A Bros, N II
8 M Cos, A Minis A Sons, Meinhard Bros A Cos, J
Perilnski, Nathan Bros, ,| (j Nelson A Cos, Order
Herman AK. AS Nichols, J Rosenheim A Cos.
Oglethorpe Club, L Put/.el. N Paulsen A Cos. J J
Reilly, Palmer Bros, H L Schreiner, E A Smith*
Slater, M A Cos, Smith Bros A Cos, P Tulterdy.
Savannah Steam Bakery, H Solomon A Son, W
G V T aughn, Theus Bros, G W Tiedeinan, steamer
Katie. J I) Weed A Cos, Ga A Fla 188 Cos, Whit
comb A B.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway,
Nov 21—Transfer Office. Jno Flannerv A Cos.
Thos Keller,Win Thomas. M Brown. K Platshek,
S A Einstein, M Ferst A Cos. A Ehrlich A' Bro, D
Grimm, D A McGee, H Solomon A Son. Brown
Bros, Pearson A S, M Y Henderson, A S Bacon,
McDonough A Cos. Frierson A Cos, Epstein A W.
Southern Cotton Oil Cos. Kavanaugh A B. N O
Tilton A Cos. II Myers A Bros. W I) Sim kins A Cos,
Byck A S. D Y Dancy, Mohr Bros, Ludden A B,
Roy Myers A Cos, Eckman A V, It Carey A
Cos, Meinhard Bros A Cos, Uendheim Br.s A Cos,
Dale, D A Cos. Standard Oil Cos. Lippman Bros,
L Putzel. J T Shuptrine A Bro, J K Clarke A Cos,
Rieser A S, Butler A S. G S McAlpin, Snvannah
Times, Mendel A D. I> P Myerson, W C Jackson,
A Einstein's Sons, T P Bond A Cos, Ellis, Y A Cos,
J P Williams A Cos, Peacock, H A Cos, (’ L Jones,
Baldwin A Cos, Garnett, S A Cos. (J Walter A Cos,
Jno Flannerv A Cos, Woods A Cos, Warren A A,
W W Gordon A Cos. Herron A G. Montague A Cos,
H M Comer A Cos, It D Bogart, M Maclean. M M
Smith, M Y A D I Mclntire, C G Fletcher, A P
Brantly, Savannah Guano Cos, Hammoud. II A
Cos. Decker A F, F M Farley.
Per Centra: Railroad, Nov 21—Fordg Agt,
Montague A Cos, K 1) Bogart, Garnett, S A Cos,
Herron AG, W W Gordon A Cos, G Walter A Cos,
M Maclean. J S Wood A Bro. H M Comer A Cos,
Baldwin A Cos, Butler AS. Jno Flannerv A Cos,
Warren A A. F M Farley, Woods A Cos, Order, C
Ellis, J P Williams A Cos, MYA D I Mclntire,
Warnock A W. J C Thompson, Savannah Guano
Cos, Pearson AS. Slater, M A Cos, Fleming Bros,
S Guckenheimer A Son. T P Bond A ('o. G S Me
Alpin, W D Simkins A Cos, H Solomon A Son, T
Rteftln, J P Darnell, Southern Cotton Oil Cos,
(' H Carson, Frierson A Cos, A Einstein's Sons,
Holst A Cos. McGiilis A M, Winton A B, Mias C
White, Bvck A S, F H Thomson, Cornwell A (',
Gray A O'B. Lindsay A M. Jno Nieolsor Jr, N
Lang, M Y Henderson, M Ferst A Go, Adams A
F, Ellis, Y A Cos, Peacock, H A Co,W C Jackson,
DD Arden. G Eckstein A Cos, H Hesse, James
O'Brien, Stillwell. P A M. J D Weed A Cos, Homo
Sewing Mfg Cos, Eckmnn A' V. Smith Bros A’ Cos,
(4 Davis A Son, Bendheim Bros A Cos, A B Hull,
Lovell AL, I Epstein A bro, A J Miller A Cos,
AB I lull, Meinhard Bros A Cos, E|>stein A\\ ,
Ludden AB. C E Stults. T Dougherty, Jos Col-
< lai ke A D, E A Schwarz. G W Tiedeman.
(’ L Patrick, Lee Roy Myers A (Jo. D Weisbeiu, V
Kreigshaber. Strauss Bros, D A Aitick's Sons, M
T Brown, A Byrns.
Broadway Silk HaL at Belsinger’s, 24
Whi taker atroet.
A. L. 11A RT mDQE,’
BUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes
of Stocks and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations furnished by private
ticker every lirteeii minutes.
WM. T. WILLIAMS. W. CUMMINO.
W. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
OBDEBS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi
cago and Liverpool Krehanges. Private
direct wire to our office Constant quotations
fjom Chicago and New York.
COTTON KX<’l l ANCrE.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
1 ■TRANSACT a regular banking business. Give
particular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence solicited, issue Exchange on
Nee York, New Orleans, Savannah anil Jack
sonville, Fla. Resident Agents for Coutts & Cos.
and Melvillf. Evans A Cos., of lxmdon, England.
New York correspondent.' Tho Seaboard
COTTON SEED WANTED.
Per Bushel (sl2 per ton) paid for good
Delivered In Carload Dots at
Southern Cotton Oil Cos. Mills
Price subject to change unless notified of ac
ceptance for certain quantity to be shipped by a
future date. Address nearest mill as above.
MEAT AM> FBODUi IS EX( HANGS
Western Meat and Produce Exchange,
COR. WHITAKER AND LIBERTY STS.
fyHE undersigned have formed a partnership
1 to kirn on hand a regular and constant sup-
I ly of BEEP, VEAL, LA>fii and MUTTON,
also POULTRY, GAME, VEGETABLES, EGOS,
etc. Our Mr. A. ADAMS, formerly with Mr. L.
Putzel, ha* just returned from tbc West, where
be made satisfactory and permanent arrunge
menu for us to receive regular supplies of all
the above-named articles, which we will offer to
our friends anil the public as low as they can tie
bought anywhere. Call and see us.
ADAMS <fc FLKMING-.
RANGES, STOVES, TTOUSEFURNTSIIIVG GOODS, ETC.
CLARKE & DANIELS
Dealers ia Portable Ranges, Cooking, Parlor, Office and
Laundry Stoves, and a nice line of House Furnishing Goods,
Table Cutlery, Plated and Pearl Agate Ware, Coal Hods,
Sifters, etc. Also, agent for the celebrated Charter Oak,
which is guaranteed to do absolutely perfect cooking, pro
ducing the food juicy, tender and thoroughly cooked, and a
saving of 30 per cent, of the nutriment and cost attained
with more economy of fuel and less labor than any cooking
apparatus made. Their appliance for hca'ing water for
pressure boilers is the simplest and most effective yet devised.
Our Ranges and Stoves are selected for their conve
nience, easy operation and durability. They are sold as
cheap as any of the same quality, weight and finish can be
Our desire to please, combined with long practical expe
rience at the business, enables us to warrant the successful
operation of every one sold by us, or we will refund the
money willingly. Cull and examine or send for circular.
CLARKE & DANIELS,
Corner Whitaker and York: Streets. Savannah, f+oorgia.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING, ETC.
Furniture and Carpets,
Your attention is callod to a lot of merlium-irriced WALNUT BEDROOM SUITS
now nflVrert at a very reduced price to close them out; also, a few ASH COTTAGE
SUITS will be sold below cost. Now is your chance to furnish spare rooms.
Just received a line of FANCY FLUSH and LEATHER CHAIRS. They are
beauties, come and see them, and at the same time look at those
New end Handsome Bedroom end Parlor Seis!
AN UNUSUAL FINE AND LARGE ASSORTMENT.
Bargains la Carnots, Bis, Matting, Oil CM, Etc.
Remnant* of CARPETS at a sacrifice. ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
EMIL A. SCHWARZ.
CARPETS! CA UP lM CARPETS!
Now is the time for Bargains in Carpets.
A fine selection of Cotton Chains, Union’s Extra Supers,
All Wool, Two and Three-Plys, Tapestries and Body Brus
sels just arrived. Our line of Furniture is complete in all
its departments. Just received, a carload of Cooking and
Heating Stoves. So call on us for Bargains. We don’t in
tend to be undersold, for cash or on easy terms.
TEEPLE & CO.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, ETC.
WE HAVE COMETO STAY
LOW PRICES, GOOD WORK AND HONEST DEALINGS tS OUR MOTTO.
We manufacture nil our work by the day, and it is supervised by a member of the Arm. We are
one of the oiliest, houses in the country, having been manufacturing tor over forty years.
We invite the public to call and inspect our immense stock of
CARRIAGES, REGGIES, McCAULL, TURPENTINE AND FARM WAGONS,
And also Our Complete Line of Harness, Whips, Etc.
Wo guarantee all our work, and we can replace any part right at our Repository, we being
practical mechanic*, and we do not have to call in carriage maker* to do our repairing. We do it
ourselves. Thanking the public for fast patronage, and asking for a continuance of the Barae, wo
are, very respectfully,
B>. A. ALTICK’S SONS,
Broughton and West Broad Sts., Savannah, Ga.
SABH, DOORS, JILIN DSS, ETC.
Vale Royal Manufacturing Cos.
President. SAVANNAH, GA. Secty and Trees.
CYPRESS, OAK, POPLAR, YELLOW PINE, ASH, WALNUT.
MANUFACTURERS of SARFI, DOORS. BLINDS, MOULDINGS of al! kinds and descriptions
CASINGS and TRIMMINGS for all cla.cm-s of dwellings, PEWS and PEW ENDS of our own
design and manufacture, TURNED and SCROLL BALUSTERS, ASH HANDLES for Cotton
Hooks, CEILING, FLOORING, WAINSOOTTINO, SHINGLES.
Warehouse and Up-Town Office: West Broad and Broughton Sts.
Factory and Mills: Adjoining Ocean Steamship Co.’s Wharves
THE LARGEStTiTHOGRAPH 1C ESTABLISH MEN? N ThTsOUTh!
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 binding house, provided with every
thing necessary to handle orders promptly, carefully and
Corporations, manufacturers, hanks 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.