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* TUESDAY, lIRVitT 25. 1881.
£ommmtal.
SATANSAH JIABKIiT.
OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWB,I
SavxrcxH. January 24. 1831. 4*. *. f
Cottos.—The market opened at 10 a. m.
dull and unchanged. At 1 p. m. waa quiet,
prices advancing l-16c- for middling and low
middling, and Ific. for good ordinary, closing at
4 p.m. dull The sate wers li* bales. We
auote:
MUtd-im Fsir - I*K
Good Middling t*
Go w Middling - I^<
Good Crtxtry - 3
Ordinur
8s a Islaxm —The market was quiet and
Steady. The sales were some 40 bags at about
quotations. We quote:
Carts and Common Ooorgias,nominal. 22^
Common .Florida* ®*S
Medium Florida*
Good Florida*
Medium fine Florida* -- f*
Fine Florida*.. 30
Extra fine Florida* 31®W
OsapartUTi cotton statement.
RoetipU, ■sport*, ood Stock on hand Janunry .4, 1581, awd /or
the m me time taut poor.
188(1-81. 187IWM.
Sea Sea
Inland. Upland. Island, t’ptand.
Stock on hand Kept. 1. .... 64 10.8 Wll l.r.iN
Received this day 1 8, Hf1.1 19 8,894
'teeelvnd previously 9,DIM 841,194, 8,73# 404,478
Total 9,1184 474,879 8,749 R 19.624
Eziorted today #.‘.'B4 ....
Exported prerkmely 4,897 5H1.832 4,718 494,913
Total 5.897 494,117 4,718 594,943
Htoek on hand and enh Ip
board January 94 4,084 91,769 3,041 88,981
Bic*.—The mar ket was strong with a good
demand. The sales were 975 barrels at quo
tation a We quote:
G00d.... 5*4'31514
Prime '•Ha#*
96c®l 00
Carolina crop 1 2S®l 40
Karat. Sroasa.—Tlt-re was a good demand
for rosins, the market being steady at the de
cline. The sales were as follows: 7d bble.
of Fat ft 60,G 1 70. Hf 1 85. I *.* 10. 997 bbla. of
Fat ti 60. o S' 70. H *’. S5. IJJ 0009 !0. K
$2 3714. X $3 6214, S window glass
$3 25.100 bh aKatSi 43 and 1< P bbis. Mat
%: tjH Spiri's turpentine was vry firm and
advancing at th opening, but closed q iet and
easier. The sales were 200 bbla. regulars at
45c. Receipt* for the day 938 bbli rosin and
9 bbto spirits turpentine We quote: Rosin*—
D SI 50. E Si 55. F S! 60. G *1 70. H Si 85.
I S- 00®2 10. K Si 37>4. M Si Sit*. S Si 87*
window glass S3 25. Spir.te turpentine, oils
and whi*sya 44c . regula, * 45i.
nxiMciau - Mertirg itx-cange—Sixty day
bills, writs bil s idling attached. |4 76® 77V*.
Hew York surht exchange haring at 1-16 per
cent, premium and selling at 3-16 percent pre
mium.
Srocss kSD Boso*. City Bonds. Market
quiet. Atlanta 7 per cent., ltd bid, 109
asked: Atlanta 4 per c*>nt.. 101 bid. 103
asked: Atlanta ipei cent., 113 bid, 114 asked:
Augusta 7 pel cent.. 107 bid. 110 asked Au
gusta 5 per cent.. 103 bid. 105 asked. Colum
bus 5 per cent.. 85 bid. 87 asked. Macon 6 per
©ent,, 9814 oi l. 99te asked. New Savannah 5
per 'em. 87V4 bid, 3814 asked.
State Bon-t*.— Market quiet. Georgia new
•’A 1889. l"i>44 bid. 110 asked: Georgia 6 per
cent., coupon* Feb. and aw. maturity 1880ana
18*6, IQOaIIC bid, lOlaiUS asked; Georgia mort
gage on W. 4t A. Ea’lroad regular 7 per cent.,
coupons January end July, maturity 1884. 111)4
bid. 11* asked: Georgia 7 percent, gold, cou
pons quarterly, 114 bid, 115 asked: Georgia 7
per cent. counots January and July, maturity
1896.119 old. 121 asked.
BaHruod Bonds —Market quiet. Atlan
tic A Gulf Ist mortgage consolidated 7
per cant., coupons January and July, matu
rity I*C. 11l bid. 114 asked 1 ex-Jan. coupon).
Atlantic Half endorsed city of Savannah 7
per cent.. con son* Jen. and July, maturity
1979. 70 bid. 75 used. Central consolidated
mortgage 7 per lent., coupons January and
July, maturity 18S3. 115)4 bid. 116 asked (ex-Jan.
coupon.). Georgia 6 percent., coupons Jan.
and July, maturity. 103 bid. 103)4 Asked (ex
eouponj Mobile & Girard 2d mortgage en
dorsed 1 per cent., coupon* Jee and July,
maturity 1389, 115 bid. 116 asked (ex-coupon).
Montgomery and Eu'aula Ist mortgage 0 pc 1
cent., end. by Central Railroad. 10’44 bid, 104
asked. Charto'te. Oo'umhia <t Aogueta Ist
mtg'e. 109 bid 103)4 asked (ex-coupon). Char
lotte. Columbia Jt Augusta 2d mortgage.
100 bid. 102 asked. Western Alabama 2d
rat'ge, end. 8 per cent., 118 bid. 118)4 asked.
South Georgia & Florida en iorsed, 112 bid,
113 asked: South Georgia & Florida 2d mort
gage, 100 bid. 101 asked
Bailroad Sioau.— Market quiet. Augusta
A Savannah 7 per cent, guaranteed, ex
dividend, 115 bid. 117 asked. Central com
mon. ex dividend, 107t£ bid. 108)4 asked. Geor
gia common, ex dividend, 113 old. 114 asked.
South veetern 7 per c- at. guaranteed, ex-dl-
Tidend. 111)4 bid. 112 asked.
Bacon.—The market steady sftod firm.
We quote: Bacon, clear rib side*. P%c. • shoul
ders, none: dry salted clear rib sides >Me.; long
clear. 704 c .; shoulders, 5*40.; hams. Xll4<\
Baooisq and Ties.—Market nominal; de
mand light: stock ample. We quote: Twa
and-a-quarter-pmnds at 12)4c.: two-pounds at
ll)4c.: onr-an 1-th re- -quarter-pounds, at 10)4c.
Iron Tte-fl 9035.i 00 H bundle, according to
brand and quantity. Pieced ties, f 1 50®1 CO.
Dbt Goods-The market very firm;
stock* moderate. We quote: Prints, 5*4®7c.;
Georgia bmwn shirtiug, )*. 5 (40 :)4 do., 614 c.;
4 4 brown sheeting, 7 14 c .; white osnaburgs. 9®
lOtec ; checks. 3®wse.: yarns, 91 00 for best
- lakes; brown drilings. B®9c.
Fpock. —Market steady and unchanged:
stock ample: demand good. We quote: Super
fine, 55 '®s 25; extra. *5 75®6 00; fancy,
SS 25®9 00: family, 5> 50®5 75; extra family,
$7 [email protected] 25; bakers', $7 25®7 50.
Grai.v —Cora-Marketsteady; stock ample.
White 16ft72)4c.; - ixed 70c. Oats. 5214 c.
Hiuss, woou etc.—Hides—lrr gulv: good
demand; receipts improving. We quota:
Dry flint, 15®;6c : salted. ll®l3c. Wool—
Nothing doing: we quote: Unwashed, free of
burrs, prime lots. 23c.; burry wool, 10®25c.
Tallow, 6c.; wax, 2C.: deerskins. 40c.; otter
skins. 25c.&|l 00.
Hat.—Market firm: stock light; fair de
mand. We quote, at wholesale: northern,
nose in market; Eastern, fl
ern. fl [email protected] 50. ,
Lard.—The market is firm. We quote: In
tierces, tub* and kegs, 10<}.l )*c.
Salt.—The shock large; demand good; mar
ket stronger. We quote: f. o. b.. 85c. per car
load; 90c. 45$ 1 00 at retail and dray age.
FREIGHTS.
Lcmbea— By Sail.— The supply of coatwise
tonno.ge Is rather in excess of immediate
requirements; but time charters are
readily effected for Philadelphia, New
York anl Eastward. Vessels are wan tad
for Spanish ports. Our figures Include the
range of Savannah. Darien and Brunswick,
from 59c. to |1 being pMB here for change
of loading port. We quo:e: To Bal
timore and Chesapeake ports, $5 00
?i5 50; to Pttiladelphia. $4
ork and Sound port*. $6 Oovi7 OtoO;
Boston and eastward. $7 £KaB 00; to Bt.
John. N. B . $8 CO; [Timber $1 00
higher than lumber rates]; to the West Indies
■■a* windward, $7 OQ&9 00; to South America
*l9 00: to Spanish ports, *l4
United Kingiom for orders, timber J6e.. lum
ber£s seO£s 10a.
Naval Stores. —Sail.—Rosin and spirits, 4s.
06a- to United Kingdom or Continent;
to New York 4c. on rosin, 60c. on spirit*.
Steam.—To New York, rosin, 40c., spirits 80c.;
to Philadelphia, rosin 30c.: spirits 80c.; to Bal
timore, roam toe., spLrita 75c.; to Boston, rosin
42c., spirits 50c.
STEAM.
OOTTOS- „
Liverpool, direct 13-*2d
Bremen, direct 13-32d
Liverpool, via New York, 9> Hd
Liverpool, via Baltimore, I? lb 13-32d
Liverpool, via Boston. ¥ 9> 7-16d
Lirerpool, via Philajelphia, fl S> l3-33d
Antwerp, y la Philadelphia. lb 15-16 c
Havre, via New York, $ ft 15-lSc
Bremen, via New York. ¥ *> 1c
Bremen, ria Baltimore. V S> 7-14d
Amsterdam, via New York, ft> lc
Boston, bale *1 75
Sea Island, f hale 1 75
New York. V hale 1 53
Sea Island, bale 150
Philadelphia, V bale 1 50
Sea Island, $ bale 1 50
Baltimore, F bale 1 50
Providence, 9 bale 2 00
ST SAIL.
Dull; rates declined.
Liverpool 11'32d
Bremen M
Genoa
Continent 94d
Baltic Wd
Bice—
New York, f cask fl 50
New York, v barrel 60
Philadelphia, V cask 1 50
Baltimore, V cask 1 50
Boston, V cask 1 75
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Turkey*, alive, fl pair fl 25 ®2 25
Grown Fowls, f) pair W is K
Half-grown. pair 40 Q 50
Threequarten* grown, pair... 45 ® 55
Dress turkeys. H ® I 5 ® ™
Dressed chickens, 15
Egg*, f do* 35 fi
Butter, mountain, f ft 15 €5 25
Peanuts, Tennessee, fl bushel... 90 ©
•* hand-picked Virginia, fl bu. 1 S fi
Florida Sugar, t 5 Q 6)4
Florida Syrup. '■s gallon 85 & 45
Honey, fl gallon *0 & 75
Sweet Potatoes, fl bushel 75 &
Pocltst.—The market fully supplied, a car
load arriving weekly, and demand good.
Egos —Supply very small; good demand.
Bcttxr.— A good demand for a first-class
article; stock light.
Pkaxcts. —Market well supplied; demand
good.
Brace. —Georgia and Florida in fair demand
and supply.
Scoaa.—Georgia and Florida scarce, with
Jght demand. _
91 AUK KIN BI TELBVKAPB,
NOON REPORT
waumsuLU
LonfDOS, January 24 Erie, 51)4.
Haw YoBJt. January 24.-Stocks opened
strong. Monev at per cent. Exchange—
long, 99; short,'9964. State bonds dulL Govern
ment bonds quiet.
army.
LrmrooL, January 94.-Oo*toa opened quiet;
-.faMHng uplands. fl-14d; middling Orleans,
Mad; sales 10,000 bales, for speculation and ex
port 1.000 bales; receipts 94,000 bales, of
trtdch 91,500 are American.
and March." 6 6-l6d; dehrerable la March and
April. 6f4d: deliverable in April and May.
43:-sid: dehrerable in May and June, 6 11-16d.
New York, January 3 k—Cotton market
open-d quiet; sales 208 bales: middling up
lands. 11 U-l6e: middling Orleans, 121-34 -
Futures—Market opened steady, with sates
as follows: January, 11 75c; February, II Tfie;
March, II 97c; April. 12 16c; May, 12 24c; June,
19 36a.
raonsioas. aaocaaius. arc.
LrrxarooL January 24.— 1-ard. 49a. Long
clear middles, SSs 9d; short, 40s.
Haw Yoax, January 24.-Floor opwaed duR
Wheat a shade easier. Corn dull. Pork firm
at fl3 87U for old. Lard strong at 9 50c for
-iteam rendered. Spirits turpentine,47)4c. Rosin.
)1 73 for strained. Freights unchanged.
Baltimore, January 34—Flour opened
dull; Howard street and Western super
9ne, 93
$5 coas 00; city mUls superfine, *3 25id 3 75;
litto extra, *4 00©4 75; ditto family, *5 25®
4 50; Rio brand*. *6
*7 00. Wheat—Sonthern about steady; Western
easier and dull; Southern red, *1 1545117; am
ber. f120®123; No. 1 Maryland, f-; ho. 9
Western winter red on the spot and
January delivery. St 16)4® 1 Februaiy de
livery. fl 17®! 1794: March delivery, f 1 I*)4®
I 19; April delivery- fl lS)*ai 30)4 Corn—
Socithcm higher; Western dull aiw
douthern white. 53c; ditto yellow, 53®54c.
KYENLNu SEPOiri.
fDiSOiL
Los Doy. January 24, 2 p. m.—Erie. M. 54-
Pr Jaauarv 2. 2 p. m.—Rentes, 83f 95c.
Haw Yoax, January 24.-Money at per
cent. Exchange. *4 for sixty days. Govern
aient bonds quiet but firm; new fives
’coupon). 10144: new four per cents (coupon).
U2)4; new four and a half per cents (coupon),
113 State bond* dull „
Stock* irregular and rather weok.as follows:
New York Central Bo|g
Lake Snore I*M4
'Uinois Central 131%
Nashville and Chattanooga C7)*
Louisville and Nashville 88)4
Pittsburg (offered) 130
Chicage and Northwestern. 130J4
<• •* preferred (offered). 145
Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific 47
“ “ •• " preferred... 90
Memphis and Charleston 48
Rock Island 137)4
Woatern Union 114tJ
Alabama. Claes A, 2 to 8 72)4
“ Ciaa* A. *maii 74
•* dans B. 5s 95
“ Class C, 2 to 5 87
Georgia. 6s l'-)4
** 7a mortgage 110
“ 7s, gold Cos
Louisiana consol* 53
North Oari.iina, old 58
*• “ new 20)4
“ " funding 144
" •* special t&x 7
Tennessee, fe. 46
“ new -offered) 46)4
Virginia, 69 •••• 29
*' new 30
•* eonsolldated. D8
“ deferred. 12)4
Panama 224
Fort Wayne 134)4
Chicago and Alton 150
Harlem 197
Michigan Central. 121)4
St. Paul 120
** preferred (offwed) 127
Delaware and Lackawanna. 123
Sew Jersey Central #OU
Reading (M
Ohio and Mississippi 41)4
Mobile and Ohio
Hannibal and St. Joseph 45)4
saa Francisco and St Louia 47)4
“ •* •• *• preferred 65
*• ** " “ first preferred. 101)4
Union Pacific 130
Houston and Texas 7014
Pacific Mail ... 52
A data* Express (offered) 121
Vei* s& Fargo 120
American Expreev 6634
(Jolted States Express SCE
Consolidated Coal (.offered) 4'- - )4
Quicksilver (offered) 16
•* preferred 56
Bub-Trea*irv balances: Coin. *66.oo7,o94:cur
rency, *3,829.27?.
New Orleans, January 24.—Exchange, New
York sight par; sterling, *4 31)4.
COTTOK-
LivEaeooL, January 24, 3:00 p. m.—Futures:
Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliver
able in Feoruaryand March, 6 11-'l6d; deliver
able in April and May, 6 11 16dd; deliverable in
May and June. 6 vU tid.
4 p m.— Futures: Middling uplands, low
middling clause, deiiverab’e in February and
March, &Hd: deliverable in April and May,
6 2*-12d; deliverable in May and June, C->*d;
deliverable iu June and July, 6 25-324.
Sales S.H bales of American.
5:00 p. m.— Futuree: Middling uplands, low
middling clause, deliverable in February and
March. 6 19-32d; deliverable in April and May.
6 lUl6d; deliverable in May and June, 6 3-32d.
Futuree fiat
Nxw York, January 24.—Cotton closed
quiet; middling upland*. 11 13-16 c; middling Or
leans, 12 l-16c; sales 218ba'es; net receipts 38)
OAlee; gross receipts 10,866 bales.
Futures closed steady, with salee of 84,000
bales, a* follows: January, 11 Me; Feb
ruary.ll bsailß7c; March. 12 Me; April. 12 19c;
.Hay. 12 12 34c: June. 12 4*. July, 12 44&
12 4>; August, 12 58®12 60c; September,
12 46c.
Galvkstor, January 14.—Cotton dull: mid
d;,ng ll)4o;low middling 1044 c; good ordinary
94*-:: net receipts 3,450 bales; gross receipts
3.375 boles; sale* 480 bales: stock 104,1167 bales:
exports to Great Britain 7,436 bales; coastwise
1,7*5 bales.
NonroLa, January 24.—Cotton steady: mid
dling 1144 c; net receipts 3,119 bales; gross re
ceipts bales; sale* 355 bales; stock 31,986
bales; exports coastwise 2,101 bales.
Baltimoes, January 24.—Cotton quiet;
nrddling 1144 c; low middling ll)4c; good or
dinary 10)4c; net receipts 556 baies: gross re
ceipts 694 bales; sales 100 bales: sales to spin
sera 90 bate; stock 27,107 bales; exports
coastwise 816 bales.
Bosroy. January 24.—CoGon dull; mid
dling ll)4c; low middling l!)4c; good ordinary
10) net receipts 516 bale*: gross receipts
3,705 bales: sale* bales: stock 7,606 bate;
exports to Great Britain 835 bales.
Wilmisotos, January 24.—Cotton quiet but
Arm; middling 1114 c; low middling 10 13- 16c;
good ordinary 344 c; net receipts 331 bales:
gross receipts bales; sales bate;stock
6.063 baies.
Philadelphia, January 24.—Cotton quiet;
middling 12c; low middling ll)4o; good or
dinary 10)40; net receipts 174 bales; gross re
ceipts 1.102 bate: sales bales; sate to spin
ners I.3iA) bate: stock 15,977 bales.
Nxw Orleans, January 24.—Cotton quiet;
middling !l)4c; low middling lCs4c; good or
dinary 34*e. net receipts 5,883 bales; gross
receipts 7,0*5 bate: sales 4.000 bate; stock
280,071 baies; exports to France 4,613 bate;
I I the continent 4 bales; coastwise 1,189 bales.
Mobile. January 21—Cotton steady; middling
11) low middiiug 10>4c: good ordinary 9)4c;
net receipts 3,45 i bate; gross receipts
bales; sate 2.000 bales; stock 61.300 bales; ex
ports coastwise 528 bales.
Mexprlb, January 21.— Cotton quiet; mid
dling 11 JAc: net receipts 2,(52 bale*: shipments
1,170 bales; sale* 200 bales: stock 72,118 bale*.
ArccsTA. January 24. Cotton dull;
middling 10J4<5; low middling 1044 c; good or
dinary 9Vjc; net receipts 259 bales; shipments
boles: sales 351 bales.
Charleston, January 24.—Cotton steady and
in fair demand; middling ll)4c; low middling
U)4c; good ordinary 1014 c; net receipts 2,028
bales; gross receipts bales: sales 1.500
bale*; xtock 74,911 bales; exports coastwise
2,192 bales.
New York. January 21.—Consolidated net
receipts to-day for all cotton ports, 23,913
bate; exports, to Great Britain 10,819 bales, to
the continent bales, to France 4,618 bales.
paovisions groceries, etc.
Sew York. January 21.—Flour, Southern,
dull and unchanged; common to fair extra.
*4 75(f3 35: good to choice ditto, *5 40&6 50.
Wheat without decided change; very m<iderate
export demand. Corn H>4J44 C better and more
active; ungraded. 51)4® 56c. Gats heavy: )4®lc
lower; No. 3,42 c. Hope quiet but steady for
yearlings. Coffee quiet but firm; Rio, in car
goes,uj4®ll)ic. Sugar closed dull; fair to good
refining. 7)4®, 44c; prime, 7%c; refined steady
but quiet-standard A. 9c. Molasses quiet and
unchanged Rice in fair demand and steady.
Rosin quiet at fl 75® 1 82)4. Turpentine firm.
47)4® *Oc. Wool dull and heavy, but prices are
unaltered: domestic fleece, 37®52c; Texas. 14®
33a Fork steady and moderately active; old
mesH.ll 1 37)4® 13 30. Middles quiet but steady:
long clear, 7 50c: long and short, 7 75a Lard
without important change and more active.
Fimzhts dull.
Chicago, January 24.—Flour steady and un
changed. Wheat inactive and lower; No. 2 red
winter. 98®95)4c; No. 2 Chicago spring, 9744®
97)4c for cosh: for February; 9844®
9844 C for March;fl C3®l 03)4 for May; No. 3
ditto, 82a86c; rejected, 67)4®7Je. Corn in fair
demand but lower; 3614 c bid for cash: 36)4®
344 c for February; 36Jic for March; 41)4cfor
May; rejected 33c. Oats active but lower;
3-1)40 fer cash and February; 3044®30*4c for
March;Sl)4c for May; rejected29c. Provisions
—Fork dull, weak and lower; fl3 30® 13 25 for
c*sh; fl3 17)4® 13 20 for February; *l3 32)4®
13 45 for March; fl3 47)4®13 50 ror April Lard
easier, 900 c for cash; 8 97)4®2 00c for Feb
ruary: 9 07)4®9 10c for March. Bulk meats
st-ady; shoukiers.4 45c; short rib, 7uoc; clear,
7 25a Wf.tskj steady and unchanged.
At close—Wheat. No. 2 Chicago spring, 97)4c
bid, 9744 c asked.for January; 98c for February;
96'*4&96)4c for March. Corn, 3644 c bid, 3644 c
asked, for January; 36)4c bid for Februaiy.
Oats. * sia3oS4c for February; 344*0 for May.
Pork. *l-3 17)4 ror February; fl3
March. Lard, 8 95c bid, 9 00c asked, for
January; 9 00c for February; 9 10c for March.
New Orleans. January 24.—Flour quiet;
superfine. f'lso®3 15; double extra, ft 25®
5 00; treble extra. *4 75®5 00; high grade*.
*5 25®6 25. Corn dull, 63®64c. -Gat*, none
in first hands. Provisions—Pork firmer: mea*.
old *l3 75; new, fl 4 00®14 25. Lard—tierces,
944 c: kee, 10c. Bulk meat* firmer; shoulders,
loose, 5 10c; packed, s)4®s)*C; clear Mb. IJdc;
aides. 7)4c. Bacon, shoulders, 5)4® 5Ke;
rib, 8)4c; clear site, 8)4®8)4c Hams steady;
sugar cured, canvased, 9® 10)4o. Whisky
steady; Western rectified at fl 10® 1 IS. O-ffoe
firm; hio cargoes, ordinary to good, 11®1394c.
Sugar steady; c -mmon to good common. s)j
®6l4c; fair to fully fair, 6)4®644c: prime to
choice, 6<®7)4c: yellow clarified. 744 c.
Molasses quiet and firm; c'-mmon. 30®31c;
centrifugal, 23®0c; fair. £3®36c;prlme to
choice, 38®47c. Rice active and firm; Louisi
ana. ordinary to choice,* 4?4®6)4a|
( urc:xxATi, January 24 —Flour closed dull;
family, *4 70®4 90; fancy, *5 OG®5 80. Wheat
quiet; No. 2 red winter, fl 08)4 Corn un
sealed and lower; No. 2 mixed 4i)4c®42)4a
Oats dull. No. 2 mixed 37a Provisioas-Pork
dull and oomina 1 . fl 4 06. Lard quiet and firm.
9 65a Bulk meat* quiet and firm; shoulders,
434 c; ribs, 7)ia Bacon quiet and firm; rib,
7)4c: rides, as. Whisky dull and lower, *1 09.
Sugar steady; hards, lO)4®10*6c; Hew Orleans,
5)4®74ic. Hogs quiet and firm; common,
Bt. Loris, January 24.—Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat dull and lower; No. 2 red
fall, fl 0144&1 01 % tor cash; fl 02)®1 0144
for Februaiy; fl 063* for April. Corn lower;
4144®4114c for cash; 41)4®144c for January,
38-4®3?4c for February. Oats easier; 82M®3234
for cash; 83c for February: 33)ic for March.
Whisky steady at f 108. Pork dull; *l3 25
for cash and bid for February; *l3 35 bid for
March. Lard easier, 8 85®8 90a Bulk meats
dull; shoulders, 4 30o; clear rib, 6 86®6 90c;
clear rides, 7 10®7 15a Bacon steady and un
changed; shoulders, 5 20®5 35c; rib, 7 00c;
rides, 7 75c.
Louisville. January 24.—Flour steady; extra,
*3 25®3 50; extra family, *3 75®4 25: choice to
fancy. *6 00®6 50. Wheat firm, at 9Sc®f 1 00,
Oorn steady; No. 2 white, 41c: No. 2 mixed,
42)4:. Oats steady; No. 3 white, 87)4®39c;
No. 8 mixed, STa Provisions—Pork active,
firm and higher, at *l4 00. Lard active, firm
and higher: prime steam. 9Ua Bulk meats,
shoulders 4)te; rib, 7c: dear rides TQo. Ba
con steady; rib. 7%c\ sides, SQe Hama, sugar
cured (-Vie. Whisky lower, *1 OT. Hogs firm
*4 80®* 09, Receipt* 1,880.
Provisions steady, with moderate jobbing
trade demand: Mess pork, fit 00®13 25.
Bulk meaa— loose, shoulders, none offering;
clear rib sideonooe offerteg; ditto, pecked, s)4o
and TUa Bacon—shoulders, 6)4e; clear nb
Hams, 9*®ll)4<l Lard,refined.ln
tierces. 9Ac. Coffee needy; Rio cargoes, or
dinary fair. Sugar quiet; ▲ soft.
9)4b. Whisky quiet at SI 13®1 IS. Freights
quiet.
WtunssTOM. January 94 —Spirits turpentine
firm. 44)4c. Rosin firm at fl 37)4 for strained;
f1 40 for good strained. Tar steady at fl 40.
Crude turpentine firm; bard.fl 80; yellow dip,
*3 10; virgin. S3 10. Cora unchanged.
Shipping intfUigeatt.
MINIATURE ALXANAC-THLB day.
Sunßises 6.-56
Sun Bsts ... 5:27
High Water at Ft Pulaski 2:32 ax, 8.-07 m
Tr esdat. January 25, 1881.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Worcester, Hedge, Boston—Rich
ardson A Barnard.
Schr H W Foster, Atkin*, Wood’s Hole, 14
days with guano to order: vessel to Master.
rteamer W T Whetes Gibson. Augusta and
way landings—H M Comer A Cos.
ARRIVED UP FROM TYBKE YESTERDAY.
Bark Henry A Burnham. York. Weymouth,
Mas*, with guano to order; vessel to Master.
Schr J A L Bryan, Lee, Baltimore.with guano
to order; vessel to Jos A Roberts A Cos.
ARRIVED BELOV YESTERDAY.
Bchr C Hanrahan, Whitmore, Baltimore, 9
days, with guano to order; vessel to Jos A
Roberts A Cos.
CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Bark Brodrene (Nor), Kildahl, Genoa—Gau
dry A Walker.
DEPARTED YESTERDAY.
Steamer David Clark. Hallows, Fcrnamjina
and way landings—J N Harriman. Manager.
MEMORANDA.
By Telegraph to the Mo m in j Aw*.
Tyree. January 24. 7:00 p m-Passed up.
steamship Worcester, bark Henry A Burnham,
sebrs J A L Bryan, H W Foster, C Hanrahan.
Nothing passed ouL
At anchor, waiting, baric Elieser (Nor).
Wind N, 16 miles: cloudy.
New York, January 21-Arrived, Adriatic.
Arrived cut. City of Brussels, Pharos, At
lantia Albatross. Italy, Prussian, Emeiia J,
Altagracia. Salvador. Ft Cloud, Marietta.
Homeward, Star of Hope and Chas Langhoff,
Wilmington; Bona Fidee, Pensacola: Annie
Goudv, Hampton Roads.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Masters or vessel* arriving at this port having
any special reports to make will please send
them to me. Vessels lea vim: port will be fur
nished with flte of the Morning News free on
application at thia office.
J. H. ESTILL,
Agent New York Associated Press, Office 8
Whitaker street.
BECEIPTB.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—B) bales cotton. 143 bb!s rosin. 8 cow
hides, 50 sacks rice. 3 coops chickens, 3 boxes
eggs, 4 quarters beef, 30 dressed hogs, 2 cords
oak wood, etc.
Per Central Railroad, January 24—2,583 bate
cotton. 2 boxes stationery. 110 sacks cotton
seed meal, 17 bate yarns, 5 boxes shoes, 5 cases
shoes, U b!.l* whisky, 4 half bbis whisky, 1 keg
whisky, 16 boxes tsbicco, 6 caddies tobacco, 2
cases e gars, 1 pkg paper, 2 cases wrapping
paper. 1 case snuff, 3 tells paper bags, 2 sacks
twine. 1 box ink, 1 letter press 1 case bool s, 1
box mdse, 10 bales domestics, 1 box ore. 1 bale
cotton samples 1 empty eracker case, 2 boxes
hats, 1 bt i tinware, 1 box tinware, 1 box hard
ware. 6 bdls hides. 1 sack scrap paper, 25 head
cattle. 1 car cattle. 6 sacks coffee. 1 lot house
hold goods. 230 bbis lime, 2 bdls taper, 1 trunk
clothmg. 61 cast iron boxes. 6 bbis lager beer,
175 kegs beer. 8 ponies beer, 35 tubs butter, I
forge. 1 hood. 1 case leaf tobacco. 8 open bug
gies. 6 bdls wheels, 6 pair shafts, 1 car mules,
1 roll bolting. 1 box grease, 1 crate boxes, 13
cases mineral water, 3 cases medicine, 180 sks
bran, 2 cars lumber. 1 sack inspector's tag*, 1
bbl apples, 1 box wax.
Per savannah. Florida and Western Railway,
January 24—:6 bate cotton, 27 cars lumber.
2 cars wood, 487 bbis rosin, 3 bbis spirits tur
pentine. 7 bbis syrup, 31 bbis and 768 boxes
fruit, 300 sacks rough rice, 15 bate hides, and
mdse.
Par Charleston and Savannah Railway.
January 24—76 bales cotton. 34 bbis rosin, 6
bbis spirits turpentine, ms boxes tobacco, 55
bags peas, 50 sacks green pew, and mdse.
Per steamer W T Wheless. from Augusta and
way landings-763 bate cotton, 3 coops poul
try, 10 cases egg*. 1 pkg dry goods, 3 bdls hides,
8 dressed hogs. 1 box soda, 45 sacks rice, 14 sks
peanuts, etc.
EXPORTS.
Per bark Brodre-.e (Nor), for Genoa—3,2Bs
bate upland cotton, weighing 1,099,659 pounds
—Strauss A Cos.
PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—ll H Peeples, J E Morrison, Philip
Weathers. B A Porter, J M Lawton, Judson
Lawton, O E Metzger, W W Enecks, Cant J O
Garnett. J V I-afiUtu, J J Thomas, Preston
HalL E B Neiiilinger, J 8 Overstreet, CH Varn
bill, W B Rushing. A G Mougan, Ttaos T Harri
son, C Oanann. J W Bates. W H Honkerson. M
D McNeil. J M Carter, J II Humphries, Chas
Graj and lady. Mrs Janette Pate more. Miss
Sarah Scott, Mrs Jno Boston. Miss Minnie Bos
ton. Miss Ba)lie Thomas, Mi** Annie Thomas.
Miss M W McLeod. Mrs Jos E Morrison, Jno 8
Donokmy and lady, E Pierce, and 23 deck.
Per steamer W T Wheless. from Augusta
and way landings— W J Stokes, T F I’avis, R G
Tuten. M H Shuman, W E Solomons. 8 E
Daniels, J is Stokes, Dr W J Ellis. J M Porter.
W H Lawton. A D Solon.ors, L S Bryan. J K
Garnett. T R Erwin, P E Woodward, R H Solo
mon*, W J Allen, H R Box. T H Scott, Capt D
J Peep'es. I C Beard, G K Lee, W H Hunter, J
G Morgan and son. C Bm*rt. F H Fogler, Miss
Solomons, Mias Mrs J K Garnett.
CONSIGNEES.
Per Central Railroad. January 24—Weed A C.
I-ee Roy Myers, Henry Yonge. Stern A N, Juo
McGaughy, J L McCla r y. Reily & M, Mrs A
Ro*s. Andrew Hanley, H Myers & Bros. Jerry
O'Conner, R M Bartbelmess, Wm Hone A Cos,
Loch A E, Lovell & L, Jno Andrew. Jos A Rob
erts A Cos, A Minis A Sons. Robert Jones, Mc-
Donough A B. O Butler, T P Bond, D C Bacon
A Cos. O T Rogers. M Y Henderson. Fordg Agt,
H M Come- A Cos. Walter AH, L J Uuilmartin
A Cos, W W Gordon A Cos, R W Woodbridge,
Peacock, H A Cos, P M DeLeon, Woods A Cos,
Knoop, Freriehs A Cos, Wilcox, G A Cos, Jno
nunnery A Cos F M Farley, N A Hardee’s Son
A Cos, Davant AW, C F Stubbs, J W Lathrop
A Cos. Eng isb A 11, Baldwin A Cos, J F Whea
ton, Order.
Per steamer Katie, from Augusta and way
landings—W IV Gordon A Cos, W W Chisholm,
Gu ou A Cos. P acock. H A Cos. L J Guilmartln
A Cos, Jno Flannery A Cos, C F Stubbs. R J Da
vant. J L Villalonga. Miller A R, Mohr Bros,
Mrs J E Cope, W A Jaudon, J W Wilson.
Per steamer W T Wheless, from Augusta
and way landings—W T Gibson. Jno Flannery
A Cos. L J Guilmartin A Cos, R W Woodbridge,
C F Stubbs, W W Gordon A Cos, D R Kennedy.
Butler AB, R Melntire A Cc, D B Hull, H M
Comer A Cos. W I Miller, I L Falk A Cos, Solo
mon Bi-op, Branch AC, Mohr Bros, W A Jau
don, Order.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway,
January 24—H M Comer A Cos. Paul Decker. R
Melntire A Cos, O W Jackson, L Remion. T P
Bond. AIU nil, Weed AC, E A Schwarz, A J
Miller A Cos. Marshall House, H Myers A Bros,
Graham AH. Lee Roy Myers, M Ferst A Cos, J
B Reedy, Peacock, H A Cos.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
January 24—Fordg Office. CI. Jones, W C
Jackson A Cos, Peacock, H A Oo.Williams A W,
R B Reppard, Haslam A H, R LePage, W u
Tel Cos, Wm Hone A Cos. J Paulsen. J W Tynan,
Lee Roy Myers, H Myers A Bros, J Bowens, R
Habersham’s Son A Cos. Bacon A B, D C Bacon
A Cos, J J Dale A Cos. J C Wright, Loeb A F.,
-Johnson AJ. MY Henderson, A A Aveilhe,
Cohen A B, Holcombe. G A Cos. W W Gordon A
Cos. Walter A H, C V Stubbs. F M Farley, II M
Comer A Cos, W W Chisholm. Woods A Cos,
Chas Ellis, R W Wcodbridge, M Maclean, Bald
win A Cos, L J Guilmartin A Cos, Jno Flannery
A Cos, J W Lathrop A Cos, Butler A S.Miller A R.
List of Vessels Ip, Cleared and
Sailed ror tills Port.
STEAMSHIP*.
C-opia (Br\ Collins, London, via Newport, sld
Dec 31.
SHIPS.
Fawn. Cleveland, Trieste, sld Nov 23.
Bertie Bigelow (Br), Corning, Portahead, aid
17
Lillie Sou Hard (Br), Killam, Liverpool, sld Dec
16.
Johanne August (Gcr), Schmidt, Hamburg, sld
Dec 27.
Bervia (Br), Spicer. Bristol, sld Dec 27.
C B Hazfclrioe. Gilkey, Havre, sld Dec 16.
Tsernagora (Br), Hilton, L'pooi, sld Jan 8.
Astronomer (Br), Gordon, L'pooi, sld Jan 2.
Eurydice (Br), Edwards, Liverpool, sld Jan 22.
UMt
Premier (Nor), Gutiormsen, Frederickshaven,
sld Jan 2.
Maury (Nor), Olsen, Stettin, sld Not 19.
Vasco de Gama (Nor), Andreasc-n, Stockholm,
sld Nov 18.
Equator (Sw), Olilsen, Laßochelle. sld Nov 9.
Tordenskjold (Nor), Salvesen. Rotterdam, cld
Oct 15; at Brest Nov 4.
Casll Ja. Pike, Liverpool, sld Dec 3.
Kaleva (Nor), Peterson, Bristol, cld Nov 18.
Friiso (Nor). Rees, London, sld Nov 19.
Onni (Nor), Abrahams*n, Dublin, rid Dec 9.
George (Bn, Grant, Greenock, sld Dec 7.
Tikoma (Br), Andrews, L’pooi, sld Dec 6.
Niobe (Nor). Olsen, Rotieraam, cld Dec 3.
Asta (Nor), Dan : elson Bordeaux, sld Nov 16,
ski from Falmouth Dec 5.
Esra (Nor). Albrethsen, Bordeaux, sld Nov 30.
Athlete (Br), Canu, Liverpool, sld Dec 16.
Fraaklin(Nor),C!enaentsen, Ipswich, rid Dec 14.
Lyngoer (Nor;. Olsen, London, sld Dec 15.
Sorridderen (Nor). Pedersen. Rotterdam, sld
Dec 17, sld Plymonth January 4.
Dusty Miller (Br). Parry, Carnarvon, sid Dec 16.
Hugh Cann(Br). Udridge. Liverpool, sld Dec 21.
Amity (Br), McGonnell, Liverpool, eld Dec 27.
George (Ger), HeUmer, Hamburg, sld Dec 7, put
back Jan 6.
Ariadne (Nor), Hansen. Amsterdam, sld Dec 17.
J E Buthergreen 1 Br , Spicer, Bristol, sld Dec 18.
Gustav Adolph (Nor), Hausen, Amsterdam, sld
Dec 17.
Iduna (Nor), , Bilbao, sld Dec 2.
Way farer (Br), Thurber. Rouen, rid Dec 21.
Grant (Nor). Flornaes, Caen, sld Dec 17.
Mercedito, Thatcher. Bordeaux, sld Dec 17.
Nereus (Dutch).Schrier, Amsterdam, sld Dec 22.
Antwerp (Br), Chambers, Cork, sld Dec 24.
Venakabet (Nor). Sorvig. Gibraltar, rid Dec 6.
Wo yo (Nor), Andersen, .Marseilles, sld Dec 16.
Judith (Dutch), Visser, Amsterdam, rid Dec 17.
Bellona (Br), Fulmore, Liverpool, sld Dec 21.
Minnie Guidon (Br), Mcllgorm, Liverpool, sld
Dec 27.
Boroma (Br - , Thompson, Liverpool, sld Jan 1,
Blomidon (Br), Morris, Belfast, sld Dec 3.
Energte (Nor), Jensen, Dunkirk, sld Jan 3.
Electra (Nor), Ivcnsen, sld Jan 5.
Betty (Ger), Scbulken, Havre, sld Jan 2.
AttiUa (Nor). Larsen, Marseilles, sld Dec 22.
Bendemanden iNor), Ogrist, Bwinemunde, sld
Dec 22.
Josva (Nof), Sorensen, Havre, sld.Dee 6.
1 elemach (Nor), Anderson, London, cld Jan 10.
Ponema (Br). Gordon, Liverpool, sld Jan 5.
Emma Parker (Nor). Larsen, Havre, rid Jam 10.
George Davis (Br), Mallory. L'pooi, ski Jan 19.
Hannibal (Ger). Haseman, Dunkirk, rid Jan *,
Hildur (Nor), Gunderson. Havre, sld Jn 8.
Auger (Nor), Olsen, Havre, sld Jan A
Berdis (Nor), Dahl, Havre, sld Jan A
Stanley (For). KoUSen. Honfleur, ski Jan A
Herlof Berlofsen (Nor), Kroger, Carthagena,
rid Jan 1A
n^
(Jroseltefwgia Afina (Ger’V 6efeai4L fit (Jlcfi
cesterNa* 11
acsoonns
Marcia Remolds, Tilton. Baltimore, cld Dec 18.
Wm Bock, Miller, Philadelphia, rid Dec 29.
Young Teaser. Faeemtre,New York, up Dec 22.
Eva I Smith. Adam*. Baltimore, rid Dec 29.
J M Marshall. , Boston, up Dec 24.
C H Fabees, Keene, Boston, rid Jan 17.
J B YanDusen, . , up Dec 25.
William Wiler, Humphreys, Baltimore, rid Dec
*4
Welcome R Beebe, Lozier.New York, up Jan 20.
Enchantress, Reliant, New York, up Jan 19.
Ella M Store,-, Wade, Boston via Boothhay, sld
Jan 1.
Annie Bliss. O’Donnell, Baltimore, up Jan 1A
Five Brothers, Bonsall. Baltimore, ski Jan 19.
Three Sisters, Baker. Philadelphia, cld Jan 11.
E A Hayes. Smith, Wilmington, Del, up Jan 9.
Fannie A Millikeo. Roberta, New York, up Jan
19.
M B Milieu. Young. Baltimore, up Jan 10.
Lulu, Matthews, Wood’s Hole, up Jan 17.
M Brooks. , Baltimore, rid Jan —.
W F Cushing. Cramer, New York, up Jan 19,
F A Server, Tilton. New York, up Jan 19.
Vapor, Hand, Baltimore, up Jan 19.
Chas H Morse, , Baltimore, up Jan 19,
goraraissmn
Hmwtmiiiniinnmn uhihh*
max rLasxxxT. *oes l. joaxaox.
JOHN FLANNERY & CO.
Cotton Factors
-A3TO-
Commission Merchants,
NO. 8 KELLY’S BLOCK. BAY STREET,
Savannali, Oa.
A GENTS for JEWELL’B MILLS YARNS
BAOOI Fofe'sALE AT LOW
EST MARKET RATES,
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL
BUfcINE- t 8 ENTRUSTED TO UR
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CON
SIGNMENTS. Pl__
WM W. coaoox. HSMBT BfttOHAX.
W.W, GORDON & CO.
(Successors to Tisou A Gordon),
Cotton Factors
—JL>T>—
Commission Merchants,
NO. 112 BAY ST., SAVANNAH, GA.
LOANS MADE UPON SATISFACTORY AS
SURANCE OF COTTON SHIPMENTS.
VERY FULL ADVANCES MADE ON CON
SIGNMENTS OF COTTON.
BAGGING AND TIES FURNISHED CUS
TOMERS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICER
aug3l-d&wtf
Bsssssssnsss
JAS. W. SCHLEY & CO.,
172 BAY BTREET, SAVANNAH GA.,
General Codud’d Merchants,
OFFER:
OA A A BUSHELS Choice Ruat-proof OATS
aUUU 500 bushels COW PEAS.
250 bate Prime Timothy HAY.
300 bale* Prime Northern HAY.
8,000 bushels CORN.
4.000 bushels OATS.
40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN.
12.000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES.
20,000 pounds BMOKED SIDES.
Also, MEAL, GRITS, FLOUR, CRACKED
OORN and CORN EYES. I*lß-tf
D. B. HULL,
Commission Merchant,
AND AGENT FOR THE
Patapeo Guano Company,
80 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
PATAPSCO GUANO and PATAPBCO ACID
PHOSPHATE now on hand ready for ship
ment jan6 lm
2Uu: £tory.
MORNING SEWS MIS.
A Charming New Story.
VASCO;
08,
UNTIL DEATH!
By Mrs. B. M. ZIMMERMAN, of Lake
Irma, Florida.
THE WEEKLY NEWS,
OF SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, ISBI.
Will contain the opening chapters of an intensely
Interesting story with the above title, written
expressly for Its columns by Mbs. B. M. ZIM
MUItMAN, of Lake Inna, Florida.
We are unwilling to anticipate the pleasure
which the admirers of well wrought and ele
gantly written fiction must derive from the
perusal of the above charming story, by even
hinting to them iu advance the Intensely inter
esting and strikingly romantic plot which the tal
ented author ha* developed with Buch consum
mate skill. Suffice it to say, that VABOO ; 08,
UNTIL DEATH, is a charming and exceedingly
well-written story, abounding with seen *, mor
dents and situations of thrilling and novel inter
est. The story is located in the South ; the char
acters are faithfully and vividly delineated, while
the interest of the well-chosen plot is sustained
without abatement to the close.
The story will run through some six or eight
numbers of the WEEKLY NEWS. New subscri
bers who desire to have it entire should send In
their names at once.
Subscriptions $2 a year. $1 for six months.
Money can be sent by Money Order, llegistered
Letter or Express at our risk.
3. H. ESTILL,
Savannah, Oa.
sgsiiunrni (goods.
DARNERS, DAMERS.
DarninglMeedles
EMBROIDERED SACKS.
SUN BONNETS.
A SUPPLY OF ABOVE JUST RECEIVED.
SWISS CAPS.
NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY.
Stamping Done to Order
AT 168 BROUGHTON BTREJET.
MRS. K. POWER.
jdn7tf
jftarhmmi, &c.
J. w! TYNAN,
ENGINEER AND MACHINIST,
Cor. West Broad and Indian Streets,
REPAIRS ALL KINDB OF
Machinery, Boilers, Etc.
~ %ut gun.
THJfi PLANTERS*
BICE MILL COMPANY
A KNOUNCE their Mill finished and prepared
Xl to compete eueceenfnlly with any mill in
theoeuntry, being provided with the newest
and moat improved machinery, enabling them
to do the beat possible work. Their *to re
house is a complete success In every particu
lar, having facilities poeseesed by no other mill
for the core and preservation ef rough rice.
Planter* and other* having rice to pound ore
requested to visit the mill and ateranonaa and
examlnd for themeelve*.
W. P. CAB MICHAEL,
President.
GEO. J. MILLS, Secretary and Treasurer.
nov22-d&w2m
ewwsj,
FIRE GOODS! WIRE!
Tbe entire stock of the FAMOUS NEW YORK CLOTHING
HOUSE, saved from the recent lire, is now offered to the public
for one-half the original cost. These goods offered now are
not burned (the burned goods are mostly disposed oi). The sale
will now continue without interruption until everything is
sold. We will sell regardless oi cost anil run the whole stock
oft in a short time, as we are anxious to have the building re
paired and opened again with an entire new stock as soon as
possible.
HYMES BRO. Sc CO.,
jonlf-tf 140 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
SPECIAL SALE
Oi a large line of Business Suits at unprecedented low
prices, commencing This Day, and to continue until the
entire line is sold. Since our last announcement hun
dreds ol people have availed themselves of the great bar
gains we were offering, and we intend now to still further
lower the prices on our goods, so as to give everybody an
opportunity to obtain iirst-class Clothing at lower prices
than ever before offered in this city. Fine Dress Saits,
Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, etc., at equally low
prices. An early call will give you a good selection.
SIMON MITCHELL,
jan!3 tf 24 Whitaker Street (Lyons* Block).
WWskit.
•wmsraEy
PERFECTION/^
M. FERST fe CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
SOLE AGUDNTS,
COR. OF BAY & WHITAKER STREETS, SAVANNAH, GA.
nov2l-M,ThATel3m
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
BRYAN STREET,
Established in 1844, and Sole Agent of JOHN
GIBSON’S SON & CO.’S Celebrated
MonoDgahela, Wheat, Rye & Bourbon Whiskies.
I have now on hand a full line of above WHISKIES, and am prepared to sup
ply the trade at BOTTOM PRICES, either from store in the city or by direct ship
ment from Philadelphia. The house of MESSRS.
JOHN GIBSON’S SON * CO.
is too well known to comment upon, being known and rightly appreciated in
business circles throughout the length and breadth of the land.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
dec23-tf AGENT FOR THEIR CELEBRATED WHISKIES.
Pidirfmil.
mil
KIDH EG EKf U highly recommended and unsurpassed for WEAK or FOUL KIDNEYS,
DROPSY, BRIGHT S DISEASE, LOSB of ENERGY, NERVOUB DEBILITY, or any OBSTRUC
TIONS arising from KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASEB. Also for YELLOW FEVER, BLOOD and
KIDNEY POISONING, in infected malarial sections.
ET By tbe distillation of a FOREST LEAF with JUNIPER BERRIES and BARLEY MALT
we have discovered KIDNEGEN, which acts specifically on the Kidneys and Urinary Organs, re
moving deposits in the bladder and any straining, smarting, heat or irritation in the water
passages, giving them strength, vigor, and causing a healthy color and easy Bow of urine. It
can be taken at all times, in all climates, without injury to the system. Unlike any other
preparation for Kidney difficulties, it has a very pleasant and agreeable taste and flavor. It con
tains poritive diuretic properties and will not nauseate. Ladies especially will like it, and Gen
tlemen will find KIDNEGEN the best Kidney Tonic ever used!
NOTICE.—Each bottle bears the signature of LAWRENCE A MARTIN, also a Proprietary
Government Stamp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold (without license) by Druggists, Gro
cers and Other Persons everywhere.
PUT UP IN QUART SIZE BOTTLE3 FOR GENERAL AND FAMILY USE.
If not found at vour Druggist’s or Grocer's, we will send a bottle prepaid to the nearest ex
press office to you. LAWRENCE & MARTIN. Proprietors, Chicago, 111.
XX. Myers eSo, Bros.,
Sole Agents for Savannah and thsState ol Florida
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. For sale by SOLOMONB A CCb. and
LIPPMAN BROS., who will supply the trade at manufacturers’ prices. *cp9- n-,e<
iliff.
“ “RICE.
ON CONSIGNMENT.
300 BARRELS BICE.
ALL GRADES. V RITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICE.
FRED. M. HULL.
* aiP>g *
SAWSVGurtis&Cq.
WW H oil to 319 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturer* ol every <>? Circular, Mill, und l roas-tut Knaves Wholesale Dealer**
Rubber and Leather Bc!tin, File*, Mandrel*. Cant Hook*, Saav (iuKrtuerm ipoeta, ana
all Saw and Planin* .Hill Supplies| 8"> Usnulnetotw oi Lockwood's Patent Slewed
Circular Haw. EVERY SAWWAJRH ANTED. prOwW sttrallca to repririrart.
TANITE EMERY WHEELS a MACHD9OY. I
Our New niuMrutcHi Catulogne mailed free on application.
jy97-Tu,Th*Bly
Savannah, Florida and Western
Railway.
GSXZSAL MAXASZK’S OrFIO3L I
Savahxah, May 33d, IsSO.l
OH wad after 8 UNDAY, May 33d, 1880, Pas
senger trains on this Boad will rib a*
follows *
MGBT mpb
ban Savannah daSy at —4:30 r. n
Arrive at Jesap daily at 7210 r. a
Arrive at ThomasviUe dally at. 6r30 A. H
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at 9:30 a. M
Arrive at Albany dally at 10:35 a a
Arrive at Use Oak daily at 2:OG a ■
Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7:00 a a
Arrive at Jacksonville daSy at 7:50 a a
Leave Tallahassee daily at 6:00 r. a
Leave Jacksonville dasy at 5:30 r. a
Leave Uvc Oak fiafiy at 11:16 r. a
Laave Albany daily at 4:00 p. a
Leave Bainbridge dally at 4:00 p. a
Leave Thcmaevtlie daily at 7:30 p. M
Lease Jesap daily at 6:30 a a
Arrive at Bav&&Bah daily tt 9:00 a a
So change of ears between Savannah aad
Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.
Pullman Falace bleeping Gan daily between
Savannah and Jacksonville.
Sleeping can ran thror.srb to and from Savaa
n*h and Albany, and Janksonvllle aad Albany
without change.
Passengers from Savannah for eenssndiaA
Qalneavme and Cedar Keys take this train.
Passengers for Darien take this train.
Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick
ake this train, arriving at Brans wick 6:00 a a
Passengers leave Brunswick at 8:00 p. A, ar
rive at Savannah 9:00 a. a
Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 A A (daily
including Sunday) connect at Jesup with this
train for Florida.
Pcsnognß from Florida by this train connect
at Jesup with train arriving in Macon at S3B a
A (daily including Sunday).
Connect at Albany with passenger trains
both ways on Southw-xtera Railroad to and
from Macon, Esfaala, Montgomery, Mobile,
New Orleans, etc.
fail steamer leaves EAn bridge for Apelaehl
oola every Sunday and Thursday evening; for
Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday after
noon.
Close connection at Jacksonville daily (Sun
days excepted) for Green Cove Springe. BA
Augustine, Falatka, Enterprise, aad ail landings
cn St John’s river.
Trains on B. and ARK leave junction. go
ing west at 11:37 a a, and for Brunswick at
4:40 p. a, daily, except Sunday.
Through Tickets sold and Steeping Car Bertha
secured at Bren's Ticket Office. No. £2 Bull
street and at Savannah, Florida and Western
Bailway Faaaenger Depot
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN—EASTERN DI
VISION.
Leave Savannah, Sunday* exesjwd, at 7:00 a a
Leave Mclntosh, 14 * 9:40 a
Leave Jesup M M 12:80 p. re
Leave Blactabaa? “ “ 3:06 p. B
Arrive at Dopoat “ “ 7:00 r. a
Leave Dcpoc: " “ 5:80 a w
Leave BtacksLear *• ** 9:50 am
Leave Jesap " " l :G0 r. a
Leave Mclntosh “ M 3:06 p. *
Arrive at Savannah “ “ 5:40 r, a
WESTERN DIVISION,
Leave Dupont Bandays excepted, at 6:00 A M
Leave Valdosta, “ “ 8:17 a a
Leave Quitman, “ “ 9:45 a K
Arrive at Thomesviile, “ “ 12.00 a
Leave ThomasviUe, “ “ 2:30 p. u
Leave Camilla, " “ 5:23 p. a
Arrive at Aibanyi “ “ 7:15 p. n
Leave Albany, “ “ 8:30 a ■
Leave Camiita, “ “ 8:48 A a
Arrive at Thomosvllte, “ “ 11.30 a M
Leave ThomasvUle, “ “ 1:45 p. a
Leave Quitman, “ “ 303 p. a
Leave Valdosta, M •* 6:17 P. u
Arrive at Dupont, “ “ 7:30 p. a
J. S. Ttsok, Master of Transportation.
R 8. HAINES,
mvS5-tf General Manager.
Ceutral S Southwestern R.R’ds.
Savaxnab, QA., January 9th, 1881.
OH ana after SUNDAY, January 9th, 1881.
passenger trains on the Central and Booth
wee tern Railroads and branches will run as
follows:
TRAIN NO. 1.-GOING NORTH AND WEST.
Leaves Savannah 9:20 a V
Leaves August* 9:SO a k
Arrives at Augusta 4:45 p a
Arrives at Macon @:*S p. V
Leaves Macon for Atlanta .. 8:15 ?. it
Arrives at Atlanta 3:40 a m
Making close connection at Atlanta with West
ern and Atlantic and Atlanta and Charlotte
Air-Line for all points West and Berth.
COMING SOUTH AND EAST.
Leaves Atlanta 12 21 a x
Arrives at Macon 6:33 a X
Leave? Meecn 7:00 A. K
Arrives at Miiiecgartlie 3:44 AM
Arrives at Eatoctcs 11:38 a X
Arrives at Augusta 4:43 p. a
Arrives at Savannah. 3:45 p. v
Leaves Augusta 8:30 a. ■
Kf afringconnection at Savannah with the Sa
vannah, Florida and Western Railway for all
points in Florida,
TRAIN NO. 2—GOING NORTH AND WEBT.
Leaves Savannah 7:50 p. ■
Arrives at Augusta 5:40 a X
leaves Augusta S:3O p. u
Arrives at M{HedgeTitle 3.-44 a ss
Arrives at Befonton 11:80 a. a
Arrives at Macon 7 29 A M
Leaves Maoon for Atlanta s :80 a
Arrives at Atiaa-a 12:50 p. a
Leaves M&con for Albany and Eufaola 8 45 a a
Arrives at Eufaula. 4.15 p. a
Arrives at Albany. 3 53 p. a
Leaves Macon for Columbus 8 15 a ■
Arrives at Oolombcs. 1 40 p. a
Trains on this schedule for Macon, Atlanta,
Ooii'jwbus, Eufaola, Albany and Augusta dally,
making dose connection at Atlanta with
Western and Atlantic and Atlanta and Char
lotte Air-Line. At Eofaoia with Montgomery
and Eufaola Railway; at Oolumbuswith West
ern Railroad ; at Augusta with the Charlotte.
Columbia and Augusta Railroad and South
Carolina Railroad for all points North and East.
Eofaoia train connect* at Fort Valley for Fer
ry daily (except Sunday), and at Cctabert tor
Fort Gaines daily (except Sunday.)
Train on Blakely Extension runs daily (ex
cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and
daily (except Monday) from Arb'Dgton to Al
bany.
COMING SOUTH AND EAST.
Leaves Atlanta 2:15 p. a
Arrives at Mecca from Atlanta 6:55 p. a
Leaves Albany 12:02 p. a
Leaves Eufaula .. 12 00 a
Arrives at Mason from Eufaula and
Albany .6:35 p. a
Leaves Oolumbus .11:50 a a
Arrives at Macon from Ochusboa 5:10 p. tc
Leaves Macon. 7:35 p. a
Arrive* at Augusta 5:40 a a
Leaves Augusta. 8:30 p. k
Arrives at bav&an&k 7:15 a a
Passengers for MUledgeville and Eaton ton will
take train He. 2 from Savannah, and train No. 1
from Macon, which trains oonneot daily, except
Monday, for these point?.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to Cincinnati
via Macon. Atlanta ana Cincinnati Southern
Railway on 7-30 p. a. train.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to Washington
via Augusta, Charlotte and Richmond on 9:20
a. a. train.
Local Sleeping Cars on all night trains be
tween Savannah and Augusta, Augusta and
Macon, and Savannah and Atlanta.
Pas'engerg from Southwestern Georgia can
take either train from Ma-on to Augusta and
make connection with Pullman Sleeper from
Augusta to Washington without change.
Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured at
SCHREINER’S, 127 Congress street.
G. A. Whitkhxad, WILLIAM ROGERS,
Gen. Pass. Agt, Gen. Bunk, Savannah.
J. C. BHAW,8 HAW, W. F. BHELLMAN,
Gen. Trav. Agt Soph Macon, Ga
janiOtf
Charleston S Savannah Ry. Cos.
Optic* Quum n at Savafmah By. Cos., 1
Bavaxsah. Ga.. January 10,1881. (
Commencing Tuesday, January nth,
3:45 p. m„ Trains will depart and arrive as
follows, from PASSENGER DEPOT 8., F. A W.
By.:
VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
Going Horth.
Leave Savannah 5:35 a. m. and 3:45 p. a
Arrive Charleston .. 11:35 a m. and 9:55 p. m.
Arrive Wilmifigton.. 7:43 p. u. and 6 20 a. jj.
Arrive Weldon 1:42 a. m. and 12:40 p. m.
Arrive Richmond... 4:57 a. k. aud 4:39 p. m.
Arrive Washington. 9:17 A M. and 9:25 p. m.
Arrive Baltimore...l2:oo m and 11:35 p. m.
Arrive Philadelphia. 2:55 p. M. and 3:25 a. m.
Arrive New York .. 5:20 p. m. and 6:50 a. m.
Arrive New York (via
Limited Express).. 3:50 p. u.
Coming South.
Leave Charleston. 6:20 am. and 4:40 p. w.
Arrive Savannah... 12:20 p. h. and 10:40 p. w.
On 4:10 p. m. train from Savannah through
Pullman Sleepers to New York without change.
VIA MAGNOLIA BOUT*.
Leave Savannah 5 35 a If.
Arrive Augusta 2:35 p. n.
Arrive New York 6:50 am.
Leave Savannah 3:45 p u
Arrive Port Royal. 9:40 p'm
Leave Augusta 1 :45 p u
Arrive Savannah. 10:40 r. m .
Leave Port Royal r. 7:00 a. m.
Arrive Savannah 12:20 p. a.
Tickets and Sleeping Berths at Bren's, 22
Bull street, and at Depot
„ „ C. 8. GADSDEN, Sup’t.
S. C. Botlstqs, Q. TANARUS, A, janlt-tf
ms.
siffiT"
SWVES.
A Large stock and great variety of
COOkINU and HEATING STOTES,
WHICH I AM SELLING AT LOW PRICES.
CORMAd HOPKINS,
197 BROUGHTON STREET.
•ep2J-tf
HHgping.
SAfANMHMD HEW YORK.
Ocean Steams® Company.
CABIN
EXCURSION ®
STEERAGE
THE magnificent steamship* of this Company
ate appointed to sail as follows:
GATE CITY, Captain Daosstt. WEDNES
DAY, January 26, at 3 p. x.
CITY OF MACON, Captain KxaPTOS,SAT
URDAY, January 29, 1881. at 5:30 p. a,
CITY' OF COLUMBUS, Captain Fishes,
WEDNESDAY. February 2, at 9:30 a. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Captain Nicks
aos, SATURDAY. February 5, at 11:00 A a.
Through bills of lading given to Eastern and
North weetem points and to ports of the United
Kingdom and the Continent
r Mass~<g*Bß'j[ _
augSS City Exchange Building,
FOK BOSTON DIRECT^
CABIN PASSAGE sl6 OO
STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 OO
Bests* ud Savannah Steamship Lias.
]SE^-
WORCESTER,
Captain D. HEDGE,
WEDNESDAY, January 86, at 8:30 p. a.
'THROUGH bills of lading given to New
A England manufacturing ernes. Also, to
Liverpool by the Cunard, Warren and Ley land
lines.
The ships of this line connect at their wharf
With all railroads leading out of Boston.
RICHARDSON <£ BARNARD, Agente.
F. NICKERSON A CO., Agents. Boston.
jan2l-tf
Merchants’ and Miners’ Trans
portation Company.
FOR BALTIMORE.
CABIN PASSAGE sls 00
SECOND CABIN l2 50
j EXCURSION
The steamships of the Merchants and Miners
' Transportation Company are appointed to aaß
* as follows:
SARAGOSSA,
Captain T. A HOOPEB,
THURSDAY, January 27th, at 1:00 p. a
WM. LAWRENCE,
Captain J. 8. MARCH. Jr.,
TUESDAY, February Ist, at 9:00 a. a.
Through bills lading given to all points West,
afi the manufacturing towns in New England,
and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pas
senger tickets Issued to Pittshirg, Cincinnati,
i Chicago and all points West and Northwest,
i JAHTb. WEST A 00., Agents,
, jan-’l-tf 114 Bay street,
i Philadelphia & Southern
MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE,
j Lea ring Each Port Every Saturday.
! FIRST CLASS PASSAGE FlB *
i SECOND CLASB PASSAGE 14 W
. STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 08
I CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK ULA
PHILADELPHIA. 30 SC
EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL
PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOR
THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF
TSSTJEI m 0C
Through bills lading given to all points East
' and West, also to Liverpool by steamers of the
I American Line, and to Antwerp by steamers of
i the Red Star Line, sailing regularly from Phila
| delphia.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP
JUI4 1 AT A,
Captain J. YV. CATHARINE.
WILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY,
January 29, 1881. at 6 o’clock a k
For freignt or poseege, having superior
accommodations, apply to
WNL HUNTER A SON,
jac24 td Agents.
GUION LINE,
UNITED BTATEB MAIL STEAMERS.
FOB QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Leaving Pier 88 N. 8., foot of King et.
ARIZONA Ttbsdat, Jan. 25, UCOp. u.
WISCONSIN Tuesday. Fe*. 1. 7K*oa. m.
ABYSBINLA Tcesdat, Feb. 15, tt .00 A. M.
WYOMING. Tcesdat, Fkb. 22,11:30 a a.
ARIZONA Tcesdat, Mar. —, 6:00 a. m.
These steamers are built of iron, in water
tight compartments, and are furnished with
every requisite to make the passage across the
Atlantic both safe and agreeable, having Bath
room, Smoking-room, Drawing-room, Piano
and Library; also, experienced Surgeon, Stew
ardess and Caterer on each steamer. The State
rooms are all upper deck, thus insuring thoee
greatest of ali luxuries at sea, perfect ventila
tion and light
Cabin Passage (according to State room), S6O,
SBO andsloo; Intermediate, S4O; Steerage at low
rates.
Offices, No. 29 Broadway, New York.
WILLIAMS A GUION.
JAMES MARTIN, Agent, 106 Bay street Ba
vannah. myiß-Ta.Th&Bly
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE
General Transatlantic Cos.
BETWEEN New York and Havre, from pier
No. 42 N.R., foot of Morton street Travel
ers by this line avoid both transit by English
railway and the discomfort of crossing the
Channel in a s-rall boat
PEREIRE, Dklaplaxe, WEDNESDAY, Jan
uary 26, 2 p. X.
LABRADOR, Delortz. WEDNESDAY, Feb
ruary 2. 8 am.
FERDINAND de LEBSEPB, Joccla, WED
NESDAY, Febuary 9, —a.
PRICE OF PASSAGE (including wine):
TO HAVRE—First Cabin SIOO and $120; Sec
ond Cabin S6O; Steerage $23, Including wine,
bedding aad uteusils.
Checks drawn on Credit Lyonnais, of Paris,
in amounts to suit
LOUIS DE BEBIAN.Agent, 6 Bowling Green,
foot of Broadway, N. Y.,
or WILDER s 00., Agents for Savannah
angll-8 TuATYISm
MORGAN LINE
U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
WILL leave Cedar Keys for New Orleans
EVERY FRIDAY; for Key West and
Havana EVERY SATURDAY.
For passage apply to LEVE A ALDEN, 8a-
YAiinAn, or
PARSONS A HALE, Agents,
jan2o-3in Cedar Key, Fla.
NBW YORK
AMSTERDAM AND ROTTERDAM
The first-class steamers of this line,
AMSTERDAM. ROTTERDAM.
SCHIEDAM, P. CALAND,
W. A. SCHOLTEN, MAAS.
Leave Company's Pier, Jersey City, regularly
WEDNESDAYS.
First Cabin s6o—s7o. Second Cabin s4s—sso.
Steerage $26.
For freight apply to Agents of OCEAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
SAME RATES TO AMSTERDAM AND ROT
TFRD A. Iff
‘ ’ H CAZAUX, General Agent,
• * 27 . 80u 5 h , W H u * m sfeet. New York.
janltM>m,jan,feb.mh.ap,ncv&dec
DB. BIOOBiyS RESTORATIVE PILLS
At* a npncifte fcr VHn'Jty. Ptrrwkai DwbiMty. nftn. Anrtnl^
t** A**i*mj of Utdidmm *f Pant. Md by U wiflnl wliWMi* f **
•wM. Prepared after •:* af tW eeinfcrhf.4 On HICORJD. Mfe
P*nw, 1 Rm is la Iwtnw
1 bar. v*a tKMMsdhi Pa- RIOOBD'S FE6TORATITI is wna
(c to hundreds aff tattaau f Bex sal DwUjy. and amr baart f ft
•iftgW fftiiose. Ml C. CB2TAim
I*. UEBiGche rrU Oocm chwnai* wrtan: ** Z>ft. BlCO&X>*9 BJb
•TOXATIV* ig oegaaia, on* a laboratory compoaai*’
I>. RASPAILwriUft: w lftMkfjff thM<ftl arfftMii MmCkOl
la awa."
Ft*,: Bum g *o*m tf MO, *IOO. InlpMt,
mM tu u MMift W pna*. F kk by
Lamar. Rankin & Lamar,
Axnaxza.
CAUTION.
A spurious article is advertised as Rlcord’s
Vital Restorative, dose 15 pills per day, which
pretends to be from Paris, are made here, and
not from Dr. Ricord’s formula.
oct2B-S,TuATh3m
MANHOOD RESTORED.
A VICTIM of early imprudence, causing ner
vous debility, premature decay, etc., hav
ing tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple stseans of self-cure, which he
will send free to his fellow sufferers. Address
J. H. RKEVEB.43 Chatham street, New York.
oct6-Tu,Th,B&wly
w————
Kudimentary Instruction
IN the English, French, Italian, Spanish,
laliß, Ancient and ModVrnQref*, and Ho
brew Language, in prirate or in ifinsor will
assist and prepare scholars In all the
branches requisite to enter college. Terms on
application. Address
..... HUGO B. PLATEN,
taM-tt Savannah P. a
FMpylaj. - Y
Savannah, Florida £ cSSt,
STEAM PACKET LIKp,
ST. JOHlV’s
Captain LEO VOGUL, *
WILL LEAVE
For FeiKßßdiiuLJM
Aad Intermediate landings r-Tr
and CMariceton. 8.C., from Db’l : *ne'gwv
foot Of Abereorn street as s w
raoa aAVAx*Aurba'
XtOMDA CHARIASTO^^^
Tuesday, January 11. Frid
at Bp. a. ; jo p u.
Tuesday. January 18, Saturday, Jan, l4 „ r
at 9p m. at la. i U4r 7 -2,
Tueeday. January 26, Friday, J ftcuarT M
at Bp. a, atlur.a. 17
Connecting at Ft-rcandina with irs^T
for Waldo, Galneavilla, Cedar K ™ i '?*<
and Key West j3, lS 3>^
Ooee coasectldn made with .
to EntarpriAt Mellocvllle
landings on the Upper St Jobs’*
steamers for the Ocklawaba r> tr i* 111
class passenger aceomm.xi:ors vv •"*
tickets and state rooms aecu - ,
motion furnished at office. c^._. it,, 0 *
Bryan streets, Pulaski Houa-. Li * M 4
Freight received dally, ex.; -pt C- -
JNO. F. ROBERTSON, C -
LEVI J. GAZAN, G. T. °*
IMPORTANT NOTItf
Sea Island Route.
Georgia and Florida Hand
STEAMBOAT COMPANY,
The New Elegant
STEAMER FLORIDA
FJ’XPREbfiLY built for the ißsMeßoute hr
leave Sav nnah for Florida e~. ,-y
THUBBDAY and SATURDAY AFl'Kßvvlj
from wharf foot Linoo n street 003
STEAMER DAVIS CLARK
SS
boy, Darien, Bt Simon’s and Bruns-ti,’* I*.
connecting with the Brunswick and Alii* 1 ®
BaUroadTor all poin-s on L-ne of “ i
nections made Fernandms with th tv. ” 0 ;
ReUroad for JacksonriiJ* and ail
John’s river, and for Wa’do, Orange
Gainesvilie, Cedar Keys, Key >atv
vans. New Orleans, and Pensacola,’ Fla
sU'erooms and tiekets to aU r>oin s aonlr
General Office of LEVE A ALDFN
801 l and Bryan street*.
J. N. HARRUiAN, lianags*
„ WM.F. BARRY, Gtit 1
G. LKVE, Q. P. A. dec2B-tj
NEW ROUTE!
From Savannah to St. Cat ha
rine’s, Doboy, IFarien, St.
Simon’s, Brunswick and
all Landing’s on Satilla.
The Steamer Carrie,
CAPT. W. G. LEE.
HAVING been thoroughly repaired and nut
in first class order, is now r laced on the
above route ard will run regularly, leavingK*
vannah every TUESDAY AFTERNOON nti
o’clock, from the old wharf foot of Bull street.
Rates of freight as low as by any other line
For information concerning freight or passav,
apply to H. M COMER & CO .
Jan24-tf Agents.
REGULAR "LINE
—7o*-'
Bt# Cathar ne’s, Esoboy, Uuloa
Island, Darien, St. Simon’s,
and Landings on Satilla
River.
The Steamer "pen ten n ial,
Capt. WM. C. ULMO,
WILL leave for abjve point* every TUES
DAY AFTERNOON at 4 o’clock
Shippera are particularly re-queste-d to hars
freight on wharf before that time
Agent at Darien, C. M. QUARTERMAN.
augl9-tf J. P. CHA-E. Agent,
for Augusta and Way Landings.
THE NEW AND ELEG AItT STEAIIKE
WM. T. WHELESS,
CAPTAIN W. T. GIBSON.
W’D L leave Kelly's wharf EVERY TDEB
- 9 D.\Y AFTERNOON at 5 o'clock for Aa
gu<ta =iiid way landings. Ali freight pay&b*
by sWj pers.
u H. COHEH & CO., Agent*,
jarill tf 110 Bay street.
SAVK TRANSFER OF FREIGHT.
FOK aT CATHARTNE’B. DOBOY, DARIEi
AND I.ANDINGS ON ALTaMAUA. OC
MULGEE AND OCONEE RIVERS.
THE Steamer CUMBERLAND, Capt, J. V
Mathkws will make regular trips to abou
point.. Freight for all points, with the excep
tion of Darien, must be paid h*re.
jan!4-tf J. P. CHASE. Agent
Florida, Nassau, Malanias.
TDIRST-CLASS steamships of the M.eilorv Lise
U leave Fernantlina January If., 30, M<i
every two weeks thereafter for Nassau, S. L
and M&tanzas, Cuba. Savannah to Nassaus3o.
excursion $55. State room? and tickets at LEVE
A ALDEN'S, corner Bull and Bryan streets.
C. U. MALLOIiY A 00,
janft-tf General Aeents, New York
Jer (f barter.
FOR LIVERPOOL
fJ'HE A1 British bark .
MARK TWAIN,
Captain MKLV:.N.SOSi*w
having the larger portion of her cargo en
gaged, will have di-patch.
For balancce of freight room apply to
A. FULLARTON & CO..
jan2l-tf Agente-
gatotg, (Oils, &(. _
ANDREW HANLEY
PAINTS, OILULB,®
Railroad, Steamboat, Ship and
Mil! Supplies.
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, BALUSI® 8 -
TRIMMINGS, ETC. LIME, PLASTER
HAIR AND CEMENT.
House, Sign and Decoratire I’dia^
No. 6 Whitaker street and 171 Bay street
sep2s-tf SavannaA^t.
i Established 1840.)
Steamboat and Mill Soppito
TUCK’S PISTON PACKING.
ASBESTOS PISTON PACKING,
ABBESTOS BOARD PACKING.
GUM PACKING.
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING.
eagle packing.
SOAP STONE PACKING.
OLIVER'S PAtMT AND OIL STORE
NO. 5 WHITAKER STREET.
novl?-tf -
CHRIS. MURPHY,
(ESTABLISHED ISSS.)
House, Sign, Fresco £ Barm®
PAINTIN&
—DKjLUER n* —
RAILROAD, MILL and STEAMBOAT
BSUMAfIEUS^
ING and ENGINE OILS. NEiT
AXLE GREASE, LADDERS, all
lit St Julian and lfl #Srt *
mhaa-tr "
JOHN G. BUTLEUi
Wholesale and Retail D2il &
White Lead, Oils, Colors, eoff
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINT3£-
hundred dollars guarantee that oi>f
tains neither water or beniice, -
guaranteed Paint in the marte..
$•!- No, 28 Drayton rov*,

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