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THCRSPAT, FKBRCJART 3. 18*1 gowmrrctal. savas.kah niKK.nr. OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, t SatasXah. February 2, 1881. 4 r. . I Oorron.—The market opened at 10 a. m. very duU. and continued so during the day, winning easy and unchanged. The sales were 1.973 bales. We quote: Middling Fair J*h Good diddling Mailing. - 10^4 Ord’aorv S*i Islands —The market continued steady, with a fair demand. 8 >me sale# took place, which were not made public. We quote: Carts and Common GeorgiM.nominal.®® Common Floridas gfP 5 Medium Floridas ”9^. Good Floridas Medium floe Floridas Extra fine Floridas .■■■.© u Oomparttlvs Ooiiou suivmeni. Receipt*, Kajwrls, amt Stock on hand February 2, 1881, and for the tame time latt year. 1880-81. 1879-80, Sea Sea island. Upland, island. Upland. ttoek on hand Hept. 1 64 10,888 11 1.599 ftcelvtai tlim day 8 2.81 1| . . 1.081 1 leosived provtously 10,502 885,472 9,271 086,412, Total 10,574 699,171 9,282 629,9*15 ".xporteiJ to-day V 5 6,111 ... 4,614 '.xtKirted s>re*on’y. .... 6,8891 604,282 7,U18 547,214 Tolai ‘ 6,91 1- 610.393 7,018 531, (W 4*ook on band and o" hlp- I uoaid February 2 3,880! 88,77i 2,264 78,087i Rice.—The market was quiet, but holders were firm at quotations. Tne sales were 100 barrels. We q uote: SSS;:::;:"""" Choice 1 00©1 <* CareUnkcroD 1 *> Saval Storks.—There was only a fair de mand for rosins, th- market being dull. The sales were 2.13 bbls. of I, K and Mai quotations Spirits turpentine was quiet but firm, at 43c. bid and 44-\ asked for regulars. No sales were made and we quote nominally. Receipts for the day 927 bbia. rosin and 7 bbls. spirits I ill nautilir aed the exports 441 bbls rosin and 17 bbls spirits turpentine. We quote: Rosins —D SI 50. E*l 33. Fit bd, G Si 70 H SI 85. I $2 10, Ks 2 37)4. MSi 6-’'-4. N*- 87)4, window glass S3 25. Spirits turpentine—Oils and whis kys 42c ~ regulars 43c. Fixascial. —Sterling Exchange—Sixty day bills with biiis lmdiig attached. S4 78. New Fork right exchange buying at )4 per cent, premium and selling at )i per cent pre mium. STOCKS as a Boxn?. City Bond*. Marker quiet. Atlanta 7 per cent.. W 8 bid, !• aeked; Ati*n 4 per cent., 131 bid. IL;2 asked; Atlanta Bpei cent., 112 bid. 114 asked; Augusta 7 pel cent. 107 bid. 110 asked. Au anijira b per cent.. IG3 bid. I(H}4 asked. Colum bus 5 per c-n;.. 85 bid, 87 asked. Macon 6 per cent.. i. 99i4 asked. Ne* Savannah S per -ent (ex-coupon t fcT)4 bid, 88 asked. State Borvto—ils-xei q'lieL Georgia new *’V lss). 10GJ4 bid, 110 asked; Oaorgia 6 per oent.,coupon- Feb. and au*., matt,my 18W)ana 1836 lOCol: sbid, 101alto]4 asked; Georgia mort gage on W. ,£ V. Railroad regular 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1888, 111)4 hid, 112 asked: Neoigia7 percent, gold.cou pons quarterly, 114 bid, 115 asked; Georgia 7 per cent. coupons January ana July, maturity 1896. 12244 bid. 124)4 asked. Railroo.il BoniU.— Market quiet. Atlan tic St Gulf Ist mortgage consolidated 7 per cant. coupons January and July, matu rity ISC. 112 bid. 113 asked. AtianticA Su'.f endorsed city o? Savannah 7 pr- cent., cou pons Jan. and July, maturity 1879, 74 bid. 80 asked. Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent. coupons January and July, maturity 1883. 116 bid. 116)4 sked. Georgia a per cent., cou pons Jan. and July, maturity. 103)4 bid. 104 asked (ex-coupony Mobile St Girard 2d mort gage endorsed 5 percent., coupons .;an. and July, maturity tS39, I’B bid. 118)4 asked. Montgomery and Eufaola Ist mort gage 6 per cent., end. by Central Railroad. 101 bid, 104 asked. Charlotte. Co'umbia &. Augusta Ist m tg’e 109)q aid 10-34 asked. Char lotte. Columbia £ Augusta kd mortgage. 101 bid. 102 asked. Western Alabama 2d mt’ge end. 8 per cent, 118 bid. 119)4 asked. South Georgia <£ Florida en iorsed, 112)4 bid, 113 asked: South Georgia & Florida 2d mort gage. 101 bid. 102 asked. Railroad Stoces.— Market quiet Augusta St Savanaafc 7 per cent, guaranteed. 115 eld. 116 naked. Centra! common. 110 bid. 110)4 naked. Georgia common, 1I")4 bid, 114)4 asked. Southwestern 7 per cent, guaranteed. 1.3 bid, 114 asked. . Bacox.—The market very fl-m; advancing. We quote: Bacon,clear rib sides, 9c.: shoul ders, Bt4c; dry -alted clear rib sides S)4a; long Clear. Bc.: shoulders. 5)4c.; hams, none Baooing and Ties.—Market nominal; de mand light; stock ample. We quote: Two and-a-quarter-pouiidsat !2)4c.: two-pounds at HMc ; one-aad-thre -quaner pound*. at 10)4c. Iron Tier - $1 DO 00 ? bundle, according to brand and quantity. Pieced ties, $1 50® 1 60. Dav Goons-The market very firm; stocks moderate. We quote: Prints, 5)4'137c.; Georgia brown shirting, 54. 5)4c.; )4 do., 6’Ac. ; 4 4 brown sheeting, Ttoe.; white osnaburgs. 9© I(M4c.; checks, B®,Ss4<k: varus, £1 00 for best makes; brown dril ing.a. B®9c Flour.—Market very firm and higher; stock ample: demand good. We quote; Super fine, 95<0©5 2S: extra, $5 754*6 00; fancy, SS 25©9 00; family, $ > $7 00®7 25; bakers’, $7 00. Grain—Cora-Market firm; stock fair. White 70®72V4c.; ixedTfla Oats. 52)4c. Hides, Wool, etc.-Hides—lrr gulti; good demand; receipts improving. We quote; Dry flint, 13Qi8c ; salted, l!©l3c. Wool— Nething doing; we quote: Unwashed, free of burrs, prime lots, 2-c. ; burry wool. 10®27c. Tallow, 6c.; wax, 22c.; deerskins, 4c.; otter wiring 25c.®Sl Oil. Hat.—Market firm; stock light; fair de mand. We quote, at wholesale: Northern, none in market; Eastern, $1 45©1 50; West ern. $1 45©1 5-) Lard —The market is ve? firm, we quote: In tierces, tabs and kegs, 10)4©; -44 c. Salt.—The stock large; demand good; mar ket stronger. We quote: f. o. b., 85c. per car load; 90e.©$l 00 at retail and drayage. FREIGHTS. Lumber .—By Sail.—There is good business doing coastwise, and all arrivals find ready charters at quotations. Vessels are wanted for Spanish port*, but West India and other off shore business not offering Our flgu es include the range of Savannah, Darien and Brunswick, from soc. to J 1 being paid here for change of loading port. We quote: To Bal timore and Chesapeake ports, $5 00 fjs 50; to Philadelphia, $i OO&ri sj: to New erk and Sound ports, $6 Co®7 OtoO; Boston and eastward, $7 004*8 00; to St. John, N. 8.. $8 00; [Timber *1 00 higher than lumber rates]; to the 5) est Indies and windward, 57 00®9 00; to South America sl9 00; to Spanish ports, sll 00©n 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber 36a. lum ber £5 5a© £j Idu T ANARUS, . , , , Naval Storks Saif.—Roam and spirits, 4a A6a to United Kingdom or Continent; to Sew York 40c. on rosin, 60c. on spirits. Steam.—To New York, ro.-in, 4:!c„ spirits 30c.; to Philadelphia, rosin 30c.; spirits BUa; to Bd timore, rosin 4Uc. t spirits *sc.; to Boston, rosin 40c., spirits 50c. STKAM. Cotton — Liverpool, direct >- 13 32d Bremen, direct 13-32a Liverpool, via New York, $ lb 11-321 Liverpool, via Baltimore, yf ® 13-32d Liverpool, via Boston. 1J ft ..... Liverpool, via Philaielphia V 1b.... 13-iad Antwerp, via Philadelphia V ft 15-lfic Havre, via New Y ork, V •> ■ 13 "i5 c Bremen, via New York, ji ft 56c Bremen, via Baltimore. V 7-ltjd Amsterdam, via New\o:k. V 1b.... 31-6ld Hamburg, via New York, $Mb 15-16 c Boston, %! bale.... ft 75 Se* leiaiid. bale J*s Now York. oale 150 Sea Island, ¥ ba1e................. 1 50 Philadelphia, V bale 1 50 Bea Island, V hale 1 50 Baltimore, bale 150 Providence, V bale 2 00 BT SAIL. Inactoe; no disengaged room. Liverpool - 1 Bremen ..W Genoa 13^d Continent Jsu Baltic jtici— _ New York. ? cask $1 M Philadelphia, V cask 1 50 Baltimore, V cask ... 150 Boeton, ¥ cask 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Turkey*. aUve, V Pr Grown Fowls, ? pair 60 4t 65 Half-grown, pair... j......... j® ® 50 Three-quarters arown, v pair... 45 © 65 Drees turkeys. V ft....... 15 © 18 Dressed chickens, ft lb 15 © *ggs, • dot 35© Butter, mountain, % ft ......... © 30 Peanuts, Tennessee, bushel... 90 © “ hand-picked Virg.tua.ip bu. 1 35 © Florida Sugar,* ft 5 © 6 Florida Syrup. V gallon • © Honey, y gallon ™ Q> *5 Sweet Potatoes. V bu5he1....... 75 © Poultry.—The market fully supplied, a car load arriving weekly, and demand good. Eooa —Supply very small; good demand. Buttzb.—A good demand for a first-class article; stock light. Pkanctb.— Market well supplied; demand —Georgia and Florida in fair demand **d supply. Sugar.-Georgia and Florida scarce, with Ight demand. HAKKETS BY MAIL. Charleston, February 1.-Rick.-This grain was in good demand and liberal transactions took place at steady values. Hales about 400 tiero-s clean Carolina. We quote: Common fair 5*<&5)4a.. low good 646©5Mc., hiihgobd 5)6®*?., Prime 6!4©646c- Carolina reugh rice is quoted at 9fte.©fl 20 per bushel for inland, and *1 20® 1 40 per bu-hel for tide water descriptions. Fancy iota of sea coast qualities ReU a* higher figures. Naval Storks —The receipts wsrs 28 casks spirits turpentine and 811 barrels resin. There wsa a good demand for rosins Sales 1,000 feats, at $1 45 per barrel for C D, $1 K> for E. f1 56 for F. f 1 M tor G. 91 for H. ft 00 Tor I. $2 32)4 for K, 93 t £ r ,?fl $ 87)4 for N. $3 12)4 for window glaas. Sptnts Wrpentine steady at 43c. per gaUon for regu- -I*. mjl * Jgkuior .Mgio *£..*&?* -to* ***■ scrape.—News and Centner. ffAKKETB BY TEUMiKAPH. NOON RETORT, muagub London. February 2 -Ooiwpls. **-16 tor money; 9813d6 for acconnt W*.)4. Paris. February 2. 1 30 p. m.—Rentes. 84f 40c. New York. February 2.—Stocks opened strong. Money at s©h per cent. Exchange— long, $4 82)4; short. $4 85. State bonds dull. Jovernmen; bonds quiet. OCTTOK. Livxrpoou February 2.—Cotton opened easier; middling uplands. 6)4d; middling Or leans, 6 11-18d: sales 8,000 bales, for speculation and export SOP balee: receipts 15,300 bales, of which 14,700 are American. , , Futures steady: middling uplands, low mm -Iling clause, deliverable in February, 6 13 32d; deliverable in February and March, 6 .-16® 8 13-3Jd: deliverable in March and April. 6 15-3Jd. deliverable in April and May, 6_17-3gd; deliver able in Mav and June, 6 142® 8-l6d ; dehver aWe in July and August, 6 2!-32d. 1:30 p. m —Middling uplands, 8 .-16d; nud- MidSSig uplands low middling clause, deliverable in Hay and June, 6 a#-sßa, deliverable in June and July, 6)6d. Nxw York, February i.— OoOM market jpened dull and nomina ; sales 227 bales: mid dling uplands, 11 11-16 c; middling Orleans, 11 15-150. . Futures—Market opened steady, with sales as fouows: February. 11 Bc: March. 11 37c: April 1155 c; May, 11 69c; June, 1181 c; July, 11 2c. PKOTISIONS. OBOCZRIKB. KTC. Ltvkrpool, February 2. —Lard, 50s 6d. Long clear middles, 40s 6d- , .. Nxw York. February 2. Flour opened duIL Wheat active but lower. Corn quiet. Pork strong at sls 50 for new. Lard firm at 9 97)4c for steam rendered. Spirits turpentine, 4.c, itosin. $1 77)4 for strained. Freights unchangea. ‘ Baltinork, February 2,-Floor firmer and more active; Howard street and W ertern super fine. M 25®t 75; eitra. $4 00©4 family, $5 10©6 00; crv mill* superfine, $3 25a-'75. lit to extra, s4i>J©4Ts: ditto famfiy, $6 25© 8 50- Rio Vg-onds. $6 12©8 Si; Pataosco family, $7 00. Wheat—Sou there quiet: Western easier and inactive; Southern red,sl $1 J©l 25; No 1 Maryland, s—; No. 2 Western vinter red on the spot and Jebruary delivery, Sl 15)4®! 15)4: March delivery. $1 17)4® lUH: April delivery, $1 18X<$1 l)4;May V livery, $1 19)4®1 19)6- Core-Southern steady; Western firmer but dull; Southern white, soc, ditto yellow, 53c. EVENING RETORT. nuacuL Niw York, February 2.-Money at 4©6 per cent. Exchange, *1 82>4 for sixty day3. iovern; merit bonds irregular; new fives new four and a half per cents (coupon), 112; new four per cents (coupon). 112)4* Bfc&te bonds —Comparative Alabama, class A. advanced to 72)4; North Carolina sixe, third class, to 8)4; IVnnessee sixef, old, to 49, and new to 49, while ditto new declined to 44; Virginia sixes, ex matured coupon, to 80. Stocks closed very Irregular, as follows: New York Central. - ‘46y4 Eric .JL. Lake Shore }£!?* Nashville and Chattanooga (offered) <4 LouisviUe and Sashvilie Bb)4 Pittsburg Chicago and Northwestern. 126)4 ** •• preferred 13s Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific. 48 •* ** “ preferred 87)4 Memphis and Charleston 44)4 Rock island Aiabauia, Class A, 2 to 5. 72)4 *• Class A, small <4 - Ciass B. 5s •* Class C, 2 to 5 85)4 Georgia. 6s ** 7s, mortgage JJi •• 7s. gold X J6 Louisiana J* North Carolina, old • “ ** new *9)4 *• *• funding “ “ special tax 8)4 Tennessee, 6* •* new |B)4 -new •" “ fn9olidatef 1‘ 5 “ deferred Coffered) 15 Panama (offered) Fort Wayne Chicago and Alton. }** Harlem (offered) Michigan Central JJ* St. Paul *• preferred J** Delaware and Lackawanna. 1J 1 New Jersey Central 9**6 Heading - ” Ohio and Mississippi J* Mobile and Ohio Hannibal and Bt. Joseph Han Francisco and bt. Louis (offered) 46)4 •• *• “ preferred (offered) 68)4 •• “ “ first preferred. ... 95 Union Pacific llj> Pacific Mai! Adams Express I*3 Wells & Fargo YlB American Express 'O Unite-i States Express CORsoliilated Coal ’lr4 (Juickailver I^)4 “ preferred Sub-Treasury balances: Coin. 868,189.410 10; currency, f 3,995.075 PO. Nkw OKLKA.se. February 2 Exchange. New York sight, $1 00 premium; bankers’ sterling, 54 82. COTTON. Liverpool, February 2, 5:00 p. m.—Futures dull. Sales 6,750 bales of American. Nxw VoitK, February 2.—cotton closed dull and nominal; imfidiing uplands. 11 11-16 c; midfiilng iirieaas, 11 15-16 c; sales 317 bales; net receipts 601 bales: gr<iss receipts 8,776 bales. Futures closed steady, with sales of 112,C00 bales.<u follows: February.il 20(2,11 21c; March. H 39®11 4 , :c; April, 11 55©11 soc; May, 11 69© 11 70c; June. 11 80c; July,ll 90©11 91s: August, 1! 9S®ll 97c; September, 11 44©11 47c. Galvkstom, Feuruary 2. —Cotton quiet; mid dling U%r, low middling ICJ-fic; good ordinary 9i~; net receipu 2.458 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 1.218 bales; stock 95,1*9 bales; ex ports coastwise 80 bales. Norfolk, February 2.—Cotton easy; mid dling ll)4e; net receipts 1,431 bales; gross re ceipts bales; sales 10) bales: stock 22,629 bales; exports coastwise 2,991 bales. Baltimore, February 2. —Cotton dull and nominal; middling ll)4c; low middling ll)4c; good ordinary 10)£c; net receipts bales; gross receipts bales; sales (4) bales; sales to spinners 50 bales;'stock 18,033 bales; exports coastwise 821 bales. Boston, February 2.—Cotton dull; mid dling ll)4c; low middling ll)4c; good ordinary 10) net receipts 640 bales; gross receipts 616 bales; sales bales; stock 7,985 bales. WiLMiNSTo:;, February 2.—Cotton dull; mid dling lie low middling 10)4c; good ordinary 9c; net receipts 659 bales; grow receipts bales; sales bales; stock 7,115 bales. Philajjklphia, February 2.—Cotton quiet; middling 12c; low middling ll)4c; good or dinary ld)4c-, net receipts 7 bales; gross re ceipts 41 bales; sales bales; sales to spin ners 257 bales: stock 14.255 bales. New Orleans, February 2.—Cotton, better grades scarce, lower qualities easier; middling il?4c; low middling lo)4c; good ordinary 9)*c; net receipts 6.9U3 bales; gross receipts 7,137 bales; sales 5,250 bales; stock 262,156 bales; ex ports to Great Britain 7,549 baies; to France 8,525 bales: to the continent 672 bales. Mobile, February 2 —Cotton quiet; middling 11) low middling I0)4c; good ordinary 9)4c; net receipts 366 bales;gross receipts bates; sales I.UUG bates; stock 51,176 bales; exports coastwise 2,124 bales. Memphis, February 2.—Cotton quiet; mid dling ll)4c; net receipts 1.566 bales: shipments 54J bales; sales 1.000 bales: stock 75,813 bales. Auocsta, February 2.—Cotton easier; middling ;OJ4c; low middling l0)4c; good or dinary 9e; net receipts 754 bales; shipments bales; sales 789 bales. CHARi rcroN, February 2.—Cotton quiet; mid dling 1194 c; low middling lie; goou ordinary 10Uc; net receipts 2,243 bales; gross receipts bale*: sales I.OJO bales: stock 70,378 balea New York, February 2.— Consolidated net receipts to-day for all cotton ports, 18,075 bales; exports, to Ureat Britain 10,631 bales, to France 8,525 bales, to the continent 5,966 bales. PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC. London, February 2, 7.39 a. m.—Tallow, 40a New t or*. February 2.—Fiour, southern, quiet and unchanged; common to fair extra, S4 50*5 15; good to choice ditto, $5 20®6 SO. Wheat heivy; )4©)4c lower; very light export demand; ungraded red, $1 14©1 le)4- Corn less active and a shade easier; ungraded. 54)4 ©5S)4c. Oats opened )4©lc better; closed weak; No 3, ix. Hops steady; moderate trade: yearlings,choice, 14®2dc. Coffee quiet and unchanged; Rio, in cargoes, 11©14)4c. Mu gar closed dull and nominal; fair to good refining, 7)4©7)4c; prime, 7J4c; refined quiet— standard A, B)a©9c. Molasses dull and un changed. Rosin quiet but steady at $1 77)4© 1 8)W. Turpentine dull at 43c. Rice steady; moderate trade. V> 00l closed dull and heavy ; domestic fleece, 38®58c; pulled, 2l®4sc;un washed, 14©38c; Texas, 14 ©33c. Fork dull, heavy and lower; mess, sl4 oi)®l4 59. Mid (l es dull and lower; long clear, 8c; short, 8 30c; long and short, 8 15c. Lard heavy and about 7yc lower; fair trade, $9 95© 10 05. Freights dull. St. Louis, February 3.—Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat unsettled and lower; No. 2 red fall, $1 01)41)1 Oi)4 for cash; 91 01)4®1 02 for February; 9103f4®106 for March. Corn lower; 3s94©yß%c for cash; 38)4@38)4c for March, uats lower; 31)4®31)4C for cash; 32>4c f >r March. Whisky steady at 91 06. Pork firmer, sl4 50. Lard dull. 9 45©9 50c. Bulk meats firm. shoulders, 4 60©4 65c; rib, 7 40® 7 45c: clear sides. 7 bo©7 66c. Bacon ttreng; shoulders, s)*c: clear rib, 8c: dear sides. 8 25c. viiscinnati.February 2.—Flour closed firmer; family, 91 75©4 95. Wheat firm: No. 2 red winter, 11 06 Corn easier at 4i)4©42)£:. Oats steady at 37c. Provisions—Fork steady. sl4 50. Lard easier. 9)4c. Bulx meats quiet but firm; shoulders, tMc; rib, 7 94c. Bacon quiet but firm; shoulders, 594 c; rib, s)4c: clear dea,B)4c. Whisky in fair demand aad firm, $1 06. Buyar q.iiet; hards, 9)y©1094c: New Orleans, 7®Bc. Hogs firm; common, 94 250 5 00; light, 95 25© 5 60; packing. 95 40®6 7; butchers.ss 7U©5 86. L uus-ille. February 2,—Flour quiet;extra, 93 25®3 50; choice to fancy, 95 75©ti 25. Wheat steady at 95c®9l 09- Corn steady and in fair demand, 43)4c. Oats quiet but steady, 37)4c. Provisions—Fork firm at 913 00. Land in fair demand and firm: prime steam, 934 c. Bulk meats strong; shoulders, 444 c; rib, 7 50c; sides, 7 75c. Bacon firm; rib, 8)4c; clear sides, 844 c Hams, sugar cured. 944© 10c. Whisky steady at 9106. Nkw orlkans. February Flour steady; superfine, 93 59©3 75; high grades, 93 25® 6 37(4. Corn steady and in fair demand at 55 ©s6c. Oats active and firm, 45©46c. Pro visions—Fork firm: mess, 914 50 Lard steady and in good demand—tierces, 10c; keg, 1044 c. Bulk meats weak; shoulders, loose s)£c; rib, 7)4c; sides, 744 c. Bacon firm; shoulders, 5)4 (t 6c; rib, 844 c; sides, B)*.c. Hams—sugar cured, canvased. 9)4©lo)ic. Whisky steady, 91 10© 1 18. Coffee quiet but steady; Bio car goes, ordinary to good, 11©1344c. Sugar quiet but firm; common to good common, 3)4®6c; yellow clarified, 7*4©7T40. Moiaasee dull and nominal. Rice firmer, 444©6)4c. Baltimore, February 2.—Oats closed quiet; Western white. 42® 43c; ditto mixed, 40©41c. Provisions firm, with moderete demand— Mess pork, old 913 25; new 915 uo. Bulk mean —loose, should* rs, none offering; clear rib sides, none offering: ditto, packed, 5)4c and and Sc. Bacon—shouldere, 6)4c; clear rib aides, 844a Hama, 39)4®11)4c. ijird, refined, In tierces, Ida Coffee quiet; Rio cargoes, or dinary te fair, ll©l3a Sugar quiet; A soft, 9)§c. Whisky lower at 911 L Freurtoui dull. CmcAoe, February A—Flour nominally uaehanged. Wheat in fair demand but lower; No. 2 red winter, —e; No. 9 Chicago spring, 98)4e for eash; 9944 c for March; 91 OOV4 for April; 91 08)4 for May. Core oaaier; *5)4©544 TJWfi for March: 34)4c for May. Provisions— Pork unsettled and generallv lower; 914 60 for mew. Lard steady and In fair demand, 9 50a Bulk meats steady; snoulders, 4 80c; short rib, 7 56c; clear, 7 90a Wulaky steady and un changed. At close-Wheat, No. 2 Chicago spring, 98)40 for February: 99(*c for March; 944 c for April. Corn. 3644 c bid, c asked, for March; 4144 c for May. Oats, 29)4c asked for February. Pork, 91* 67)4©14 70 tor March. Lard, 9 50© 9 52)4 for March. Wilmington, February 2 —Spirits turpentine steady. 43c. Rosin firm at 91 37)4 for strained; 91 40 for good strained. Tar firm at 91 59. Crude turpentine firm; hard,9l 80; yellow dip. 93 00; virgin, 93 00. Corn unchanged. dipping Hatting we. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Sum Risks 6:54 Buw Brrs 5;’6 High Watkb at Ft Pulaski .. 10:44 am. 11 r m Thursday. February 3, 1881. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Schr Mattie A Hand, Jarvis, Philadelphia, 8 days, guano to order; vessel to Master. Schr W F Cushing, Cramer, New York, guano to order; vessel to Master. Schr Three Sisters. Baker, Philadelphia, 8 days, with coal to D R Thomas; vessel to Jos A Roberts A Cos. Schr Vapor, Hand, Baltimore, 8 days, mdse to order; vessel to Jos A Roberts A Cos. Schr M B Millen, Young, Baltimore, 8 days, mdse to order; vessel to M B Millen. Schr E A Hayes, Smith, Wilmington, Del, guano to older; vessel lo Jos A Roberts A Cos. Steamer David Clark, Hallows. Brunswick and way landings—J N Harriman, Manager. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Bteamship City of Columbus, Fisher, New York—G M Sorrel. Steamship Seminole, Hallett, Boston— Richardson A Barnard. Ship Matilda, Carver, Amsterdam—Wilder A Cos. SAILED YESTERDAY. Steamship City of Columbus. New York. Steamship Seminole. Boston. Schr Etinan, Bull River. Schr Lewis Ehrman, bound south. MEMORANDA. By Telegraph to the Morning Seta*. Ttbke, February 2, 6:10 p ra—Passed up, •chrs M B Millen, Vapor, E A Hayes, W F Cushing, Three Sisters. Passed out, steamships City of Columbus, Seminole, schrs Etiwan. Lewis Ehrman. Wind NW, 22 miles; cloudy. New York, February 2—Arrived. City of Dal las. Swaledale, Manhattan. Chalmette, Mary Louisa. State of Pennsylvania, City of Austin, Sidonein. Arrived out. Oder.Cimbria, Trinidad, Himala ya, Balmur, Northern Empire, Henry Knight, Bombay, Redowa, Progress, British Crown Homeward, Wave Queen, Hampton Roads; Richard Third, Charleston; A M Schweigaud, Wilmington: Bondevennen, Galveston. Cardiff, February 2—Sailed, bark Mary Has brouck. Savannah. Barcelona, February 2—Arrived January 29th, bark Luigi Ruggiero, New Orleans. Liverpool, February 2—Arrived Ist, bark Beaumonde, New Orleans; ship Louie, Pensa cola. London, February 2—Arrived Ist, brig Lizzie, from Coosaw; lost ssiis and maintopgaliant mast. Queenstown, February 2—Arrived, barks Alf and Muriel, New Orleans. By MaH. SHIPPING AT THE PORT OF DARIEN. Darien. Ga. February I—Arrived January 31st. barks Hermod (Nor), Andersen, Malaga, Spain; bark Waaja (Ru-), Hogman, Bahia, Brazil; February Ist, arrived, barkentine Julia Brown (Am), Nickerson. Savannah. Cleared January 29th, schrs Hobble L Foster, Hart. Bath, Me; Adell Corson. Corson, Balti more, Md: 31st, barks Stafla <Br), Cook, Queenstown; Adel* (Sp), Quesada, Rio de Janeiro; February Ist, cleared, barks Elenor Wood (Br), Duff, Maryport, Eng; New Bruns wick (Br>, Nelson, Waterford, Ireland; Are tl.usa (Br), S.-amp, Sligo, Ireland; brig bt George (Br), Fisher. Pembroke Dock, Eng: bark Oskar (ftus), Schybugsow, West Hartlepool, Eng. MARITIME MISCELLANY. London. February 2—The steamer Gardenia, at Bremen from Savannah, which was ashore at WykschitsAig, jettisoned a part of her cargo The steamer W’est Stanley, from Galveston for Revab before reported ashore at Arens burg, has been abandoned, leaking. Her crew was saved, also a part of her cargo. The British bark Glasgow, from Pensacola November 30th, for Greenock, was abandoned at sea on the 27th ultimo, waterlogged, dis masted and rudderle.-s The crew was saved The German bark Tuiako, from Lalvesto 1 for Malino, before reported fast in the ice on the Swedish coast, is in a dangerous position, but remains tight. The British brig Lizzie, at London from Coosaw, S C, lost her sails and maintopgaliant mast. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Masters of vessels arriving at this port haviny any special reports to make will please send them to me. Vessels leavinr port will be fur nished with files of the Morning News free on application at this office. J. H. ESTILL, Agent New York Associated Press, Office 3 Whitaker street. RECKIPTB. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and wav landings-80 bbls rosin, 83 sacks rice, 4 bales hides, 15 bales cotton. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway, February 2—767 bales cotton, ‘2B cars lumber, 14 cars wood, 1 car cotton seed, 2 cars bacon, 459 bbls rosin. 7 bbls spirits turpentine, 7 bbls syrup. 197 boxes oranges, 220 sacks rough rice, 2 sacks potatoes, 19 baiei hides, 1 bale moss, 10 bales yarns, and mdse. Per Central Railroad. February 2-2.044 bales cotton, 1 box drugs. 1 boxed regulator. 5 boxes coffins, 1 pkg mouldings. 1 box mouldings, 1 box suDdrit-s, 2 bdls sacks, 71 sacks cotton seed, 2 boxes St Jacobs' oil, 1 box can goods, 1 box corks. 2 boxes cans, 3 boxes shoe*. 27 bales domestics, 4 bales yarns, 1 cask bottles, 468 b Is rosin, 1 box tinware, 68) bbls flour, 2 bdls hides 22 plows, 3 bdls points, 5 bbls beef, 2)4 bbls tripe. 12 pkgs buggv material, 65 bbls whisky, £0 boxes bacon, 1 car bulk bacon, 1 car lumber, 2 horses. 1 sack old paper, 1 buggy, 1 set harness, 1 saddle, 1 bridle. 1 car cattle. 1 car mules, 1 bdl trees. 2 casei plaids, 5s cases smoking tobacco, 1 case show cards, 120 bbls lime, 9 hhds sugar, 1 case cigarettes, 1 box type, 1 rase leaf tobacco, 2 boxes saddlery, X bdi rope halters, 81 bales hay, 1 organ. EXPORTS. Per ship Matilda, for Amsterdam—3,49l bales cotton, weighing 1.568.956 pounds. Per steamship Seminole, for Boston—63l bales cotton, 103 bales hides and wo and, 23 casks clay. 17 bbls spirits rurpentine, 411 bbls rosin. 26.0C0 feet lumber. 125 bbis rice, 668 sundries Per steamship City of Columbus, for New York—l,9B6 bales upland cotton, 25 bales sea island cotton. 11l bales domestics, yarns and warps, 165 bbls rice, 28,550 feet lumber, 152 bbls coi ton seed oil, 109 sacks cotton seed cake, 18 bbls and 829 boxes oranges, 260 sacks rough rice, 52 pkgs mdse. PABSENGERS. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and way landings—Miss Tison, Mr Weil, L Eck man. C Rotbchild, J Adams, A McC Duncan, 8 Stone, a Per steamship City of Columbus, for New York—Jame; F Prendergast, C H Jewitt, O L Haight, Mathew Veiheri, Geo L Edwards, Mrs C J Marson, C H Wilcox, and 1 steerage. CONSIGNEES. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and way landings—Jno Flannery St Cos. M Y Henderson. Order, J H Johnston, R W Wood bridge, H Myers * Bros. J E Walter, Jno Ryan. Williams & W, G D Baker & Cos, H F Grant & Cos. Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, February 2- Fordg Office, Williams & W, CL Jones, Peacock, H & Cos, W C Jackson & Cos, McDonough & B. G H Remshart, >1 Y Hender son. J A Frtedenberg, G rah am & H, Mohr Bros, Paul Decker, A Einstein’s Sons, F M Hull, But ler &S, Wiu Hone & Cos, M Boley. Solomon Bros, R Habersham’s Son & Cos, Lovell &L, Crawford &L, Weed &C. W B Mell & Cos, H Myers & Bros. J J Dale & Cos, DC Bacon & Cos, R B Reppard. C Saussy, R B Cassels, Lee Roy Myers, w B McKee, (C C), Herman & K, Sloat, B A Cos, Savannah Oil Cos, W W Gordon & Cos, Walter 4t H, C F Stubbs. F M Farley. W W Chisholm. H M Comer Si Cos. Woods St Cos Chas Eli!*, R W Woodbridge, C C Hardwick, M Mac lean, Baldwin & Cos, L J Guilmartin & Cos, Jno Flannery & Cos, J W Lathrop & Cos. Per Central Railroad, February 2—Fordg Agt, Williams & W, 8 G Haynes St Bro, A Einstein's Sons, Lee Roy Myers, j E Waiter, J H Von NewtoaC M St H W Tilton, Palmer Bros. Henry Yonge, J H Ruwe, Jno Lyons, S Cohen, Eugene Labiche, W B Mell & Cos, Ludden & B, Allen St L. Crawford St L, H Myers & Bros. Alexander & M, 8 Guckenbeimer, Luke Carson, lteily &. Maloney, J F Austin. A N Solee, Eckman £ V, liieser St 8, Solomon Bros, Fretwell & N. H A Rtults & Cos, Lee & Tayker, J H Davis. C Seiler, F M Farley, C F Stubbs, C C Hardwick, R W Woodbridge, W W Gordon <£ Cos, Wilcox, G & Cos, Jno Flannery & Cos. Peacock, H & Cos, Walter St H.Woods St Cos, L J Guilmartin & Cos, J F Wheaton, J P Hammond, J W Lathrop St Cos. ftfirtartts. DIAMOND SPECTACLES. TPHESE Spectacle* are manufactured from 1 “MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLES” melted together, and are called DIAMOND on account of their hardness and brilliancy. Having been tented with the polariscope, the diamond lenses have been found to admit fif teen per cent. less heated rays than any other pebble. They are ground with great scientific accuracy, are free from chromatic aberra tions, and produce a brightness and distinctness of vision not before attained in spectacles. Manufactured by the Bpencer Optical Mann, factoring Company, New York. For sale by responsible agents In every city in the Union. F. D. JORDAN, Jeweler end Optician, is Sole Agent for Savannah, Ga.. from whom they can only be obtained. No peddlers employed. Do not buy a pair unless you see the trade mark mhlfi-Tu.Th.SAwly irmistri). DENTAL NOTICE. DR. 8. M. ROACH, successor to Dr. K. Henry, has moved to 132 BROUGHTON STREET, where he will be pleased to see his patients. dec2l-lm KIESLINC’S NURSERY WHITE BLUFF ROAD. T>DANTB, ROSES and OUT FLOWERS. AM 1 osders left at Savannah News Depot, cor ner Bull and York streets, promptly filled tebl7-tf GUSTAVE KIESLUre, Prop*. 4# rifp 1 ' POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE Commonwealth Distrlbotion Cos. AT MACAULEY’S THEATRE. In the City of Louisville, oh MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2% 1881. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays excepted) under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of Kentucky, incorporating the Newport Printing and Newspaper Cos., ap proved April 9, 1878. _ __ 9WTHIB 18 A SPECIAL ACT, AND HAS NEVER BEEN REPEALED. „ The United States Circuit Court on March 31 rendered the following decisions: Ist—THAT THE COMMONWEALTH DIS TRIBUTION COMPANY IS LEGAL. 2d—ITS DRAWINGS ARE FAIR N. B. —This company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Read carefully the list of prises for the FEBBFABY DRAWING. I Prise $ 30,0(0 1 Prise 10.00 C 1 Prise 5,000 10 Prizes, 91,000 eech 10,000 Prises, 500 each 10,000 100 Prises, 100 each tO.OOO 200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000 800 Prises, 20 each 12,000 I, Prises. 10 each 10,000 arPBOXIMATIOX PSIZES. 9 Prises, 300 each 2,706 9 Prizes, 200 each 1,800 • Prises, 100 each 900 L 960 Prises 112,400 Whole tickets, $2; Half Tickets, 91; 27 Tickets, 930; 55 Tickets, 9100. Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send by Express. DON’T SEND BY REGIS TERED LETTER OR POST OFFICE ORDER. Orders of 95 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all order to R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal Building, Louis ville, Ky„ er T. J. COMMERFORD, 218 Broad way, New York. JNO. B. FERNANDEZ, Agent, Cor. Bull and Broughton sts., Savannah, Ga. feb3-Th,S,Tu<fcw4w Hotels. TheMarshaliHonse WITH ITS SPACIOUS VESTIBULE, EXTENSIVE AND Elegant Verandah. Affording ladies a fine view of the promenade Airy and Well Ventilated Rooms —and UNRIVALED TABLE 18 PAR EXCELLENCE THE leading Hotel of Savannah JOHN BREBNAN, octl6-tf Manager. NO W OPEN~ WINDSOR HOTEL, Jacksonville, Fla. PUTNAM HOUSE, Palatka, Fla. febl-6t F. H. ORVIS. CITY HOTEL, OPPOSITE CAPITOL, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. WM. P. SLUSSEB. Proprietor. L STEINFELD, late Hoffman House, New York, Manager. janlo-3m WillUttW 600d3. DARNERS, HARMS. Darning Needles EMBROIDERED SACKS. SUN BONNETS. A SUPPLY F ABOVE JUST RECEIVED. SWISS CAPS. NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY. Stamping Done to Order AT 168 BROUGHTON STREET. MRS. K. POWER. jan7-tf <£rorittry t &r. NEW GOODS. JUST OPENED A NEW LOT OF FANCY GOODS FOR THS— HOLIDAYS. A full stock of CHINA DINNER, TEA and CHAMBER BETS. Sets of TABLE GLASSWARE RODGERS’ TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER PLATED WARE, etc., at CROCKERY HOUSE JAS. S. SILVA, dec2l-tf 140 BROUGHTON STREET. 3tsA s BUIsT AND FERRY’S FRESH FLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS Just arrived and for sale at SCHWIEBEN & MENDEL’S DRUG STORE, CORNER BULL AND BTATK STREETS. lan22-tf Buist’s Extra Early Peas. IN BTORE, AND FOR SALE BY G.JI. .HEIDT & CO., Druggists. FRESH ARRIVALS. QNION BKTS AND GARDEN SEEDS AT G. M. HEIDT & CO.’S DRUG STORE. Jan26-tf 1 ****** D WAGNER'S * *7 Opposite Pulaski House* nor23-tf parfciiurM, &r. J. W. TYNAN, ENGINEER AND MACHINIST, Cor. West Broad and Indian Streets, REPAIRS ALL KINDS OF Machinery, Boilers, Etc. docflftf vdu>, SetMtri, r. mm SHASinii stock i Japanese Novelties, Vases, 1. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY. EXAMINE GOODS AND PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. Samuel JP. JrLiimltoii, dec2B-tf BULL AND BROUGHTON STREETS. WEDDII6 PRESENTS! I desire to inform my patrons that I am about making pre parations to go to New York for the purpose of selecting anew stock of goods, and find it desirable to sell off as much of my present stock as possible, and, to accomplish it, have decided to offer certain classes of my goods at cost, especially snch as are desirable for presents. M. STERNBERG, jan2s-tf 24 BARNARD STREET. Whisluf. PERFECTION/"^ M. FBRSfT eSs 00., WHOLESALE GEOCEBS, SOLS AGEKTTS. COB. OF BAY* WHITAKEB BTBEETB, SAVANNAH, GA. nov2l-M,Th&Tel3m WHT M. DAVIDSON, 158 BRYAN STREET, Established ill 1844, and Sole Agent of JOHN GIBSON’S SON & CO.’S Celebrated JlonoDgahela, 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. KIDNEGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for WEAK or FOUL KIDNEYS, DROPBY BRIGHT’S DIBEASE, LOSS of ENERGY, NERVOUS DEBILITY, or any OBSTRUC TIONS arising from KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASES. Also for YELLOW FEVER, BLOOD and KIDNEY POISONING, in infected malarial sections. £gr- By toe distillation of a FOREST LEAF with JUNIPER BERRIES and BARLEY MALT we have discovered KIDNEGEN, which acts specifically on the Kidneys and Urinary Organa, 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 flow 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 positive diuretic properties and will not nauseate. Ladies especially will like it, and Gen tlemen will find KIDNEGEN the best Kidnev Tonic ever used! NOTICE.—Each bottle bears the signature of LAWRENCE & MARTIN, also a Proprietary Government Stomp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold (without license) by Druggists, Gro cers and Other Persons everywhere. PUT UP IN QUART SIZE BOTTLES FOR GENERAL AND FAMILY USE. DnK^'‘or H. Myers dfe Bros., Sole Agents fer Savannah and the State of Florida. Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. For sale by SOLOMONS & CO, and LIPPMAN BROS., who will supply the trade at manufacturers prices. sepe- i %irc. ON CONSIGNMENT. 300 BARRELS RICE. ALL GRADES. W RITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICE. E’RED. 3MC. HULL. jan!2-tf £airg, _ lllif Cki rtis & C°. W If a 8!1 to 819 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturers of every description of Circular, ifflil, mid Cross-Cut Haw* • Wholrmeh. Duilorijn Rubber and Leather Belting, Files, .Uaaidrelm Cant Iloohs, Haw OniiMnerm I Pf all Saw and Planing Mill Supplies; 6-le MWctnrer, of Lackwood’a Patent Slot Circular Saw. EVEUY SAW WARRANTED. CWC-areful rttentioL to !*• TANITE EMERY WHEELS ft MACHDrERY. Our New Illustrated Catalogue mailed free on application. Jy*7-Tu.Thftßly ItHwafls. Savannah, Florida and Western Railway. Omtskal Ma.vjiana’s Ofttcs, I BiTiinui. May 284, 1880. J /•'kK and after SUNDAY, May 23d, 1880, Pas- U seager trains on this Bond will ran a* follows KI33T EXPRESS, bwTi Savannah dally at *: t. X Arrive at Jeaopdally at 7:20 r. ■ Arrive alTbomaevtlie dally at - 4:20 a. u Arrive at Balsbridge dally at......... 8:30 a. H Arrive at Albany dally at 10:25 A. M Arrive at Uve Oak dally at 2:00 a. M Arrive at Tallahassee dally at 7:00 a. m Arrive at Jacksonville dally at 7:50 A. B Leave Tallahassee daily at 6.-00 p. ■ Leave Jacksonville dally at 6:30 P. a Leave Live Oak dally at 11:15 P. n Leave Albany daily at 4:00 p. m Leave Bainbridge daily at 4:00 p. x Leave Thomasville daCy at. 7:30 p. h Leave Jescp daily at 6:30 a. II Arrive at Savannah dally at 8:00 A. n No change of cars between Savannah acd Jackson vID- and Savannah and Albany. Pullman Palace 81>plng Can daily between Savannah acd Jacksonville. Sleeping can ran through to end from Savan nah and Albany, and Jacksonville acd Albany without change. Passengers from Savannah for Peraandlna, GaineeviCe and Cedar Keys take this train. Passengers for Darien take this train. Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick ake this train, arriving at Brunswick 6:00 a. m. Passengers leave Brunswick at Broo p. n.. ar rive at Savannah 9:00 a. k. Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 A. u. (dally including Sunday) ocaneet at Jeeop with this train for Florida. Pssaercers from Florida by this train connect at Jesup with train arriving is Macon at 6:25 f. h. (daily including Sunday). Connect at Albany with passenger trains both ways ca Southwestern Railroad to and from Macon, EufauA- Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, etc. v.n steamer leaves P&iubridgs for Apalaohi eola every Sunday and Thursday evening; for Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday after noon. flnns ormiionHon nt Jacksonville daily (Sun days excepted) far Green Cove Springs, St, Augustine,Paiatka, Enterprise, and ali landihgr on St. John’s river. Trains on 8. and A R. 11. leave Junction, go ing west, at 11:37 a, ~ and for Brunswick at 4:4b p. u., dally, except Sunday. Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Berths secured at Bren’s Ticket Office. No. 23 Ball street, and at Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Passenger Depot. ACCOMMODATION TEA IN-EASTERN DI VISION. Leave Savannah, Sunday*excepted, at 7:00 a. X Leave Mclntosh. “ “ 8:40 a. m Leave Jeecp “ “ 12:30 p. s Leave Biackshsof ” “ 8:05 p.m Arrive at Dupont “ “ 7:00 p.m Leave Dnpcnt ** " 6:30 A. m Leave Blaokshear ** “ 9:50 a. m Leave Jesup “ " 1:00p.m Leave Mclntosh •* ** 3:06 p. M Arrive at Savannah M s:*o r. K WEBTEBN DIVISION. Leave Dupont, Sundays excepted, at 6:00 A. m Leave VeJdeste, “ “ 8:17 a. a Leave Quitman, “ “ 8:45 A. M Arrive at ThomesvfUe, ** “ 12:00 k Leave Thomafivlile, “ “ 3:30 p. m Leave Camilla, “ “ 5:23 r. u Arrive at Albert?, “ “ 7:15 p, m Leave Albany, “ “ 6:30 a. m Leave Camilla, “ “ 8:48 A. u Arrive at ThomaavCle, “ “ 11:30 a. U LeaveThomasvllls, “ “ 1:45 p.m LeaveQ&itm&n, “ “ 3:53 p.m Leave Valdosta, “ •* 5:17 p. m Arrive at Dupont. “ “ 7:30 p.m J. 8. Tyson, Master ef Transportation. H. S. HAINES, mv2s-tf General Manager. Central £ Southwestern R.R’ds. Savannah, Ga., January 28th, 1881. ON and after SUNDAY, January 38th, 1881. passenger trains on the Central and South western Railroads and branches will run as follows: TRAIN NO, I.—GOING NORTH AND WEST. Leaves Savannah 9:29 A. M Leaves Angu3ta. 9:30 a, k Arrives at Auguste 4:45 p. m Arrives at Mecon 6:45 p. M Leaves Macon for Atlanta .. 8:15 p.m Arrives at Atlanta 3:48 A. k Making dose cc nnectton at Atlanta with West ern and Atlantic and Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line for ail points West and North. DOMING SOUTH AND EAST. Leaves Atlanta 12 23 a. m Arrives at Macon 6:30 a. M Leaves Macon 7:10 A. M Arrives at Milledgevllle 9:44 A. M Arrives at Xatcnton 11:30 A. M Arrives at Augusta 4:45 p. x Arrives at Savannah. 3:45 p. M Leaves Augusta 9:30 A. a Making corr ection at Savannah with the Sa vannah, Florida and Western Railway for ail points In Florida. TRAIN NO. 2—GOING NORTH AND WEST. Leaves Savannah 7:30 p. M Arrives at Augusta..,. 5:40 A. K Leaves Augusta 8:30 p. h Arrives at MiUedgevlUe 9:44 A. a Arrives at Estonian 11:30 a. M Arrives at Macon 7 2 J A. M Leaves Macon for Atlanta 6:03 a. m Arrives at Atlanta 12:50 p, m Leaves Macon for Albany and Eafaala 8 45 a. m Arrives at Entente. 4 15 p. m Arrives at Albany 3 53 p. k Leaves Macon for Columbus 8 15 a, x Arrives at Columbus. 1 40 p. m Trains on this schedule for Macon, Atlanta, Columbus, Eufaula, Albany and Augusta dally, making close connection at Atlanta with Western and Atlantic and Atlanta and Char lotte Air-Line. At Enfanla with Montgomery and Eufaula Railway; at Columbus with West ern Railroad; at Augusta with the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad and South Carolina Railroad for all points North and East, Eufaula train oonnects at Fort Valley for Per ry dally (except Sunday), and at Outfebert tor Fort Gaines daily (except Sunday.) Train on Blakely Extension runs dally (ex cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and dally (except Monday) from Arlington to Al bany. COMING SOUTH AND EAST. Leaves Atlanta ...... 8:15 p. M Arrives at Macon from Atlanta 6:56 p. m Leaves Albany 12 02 p. m Leaves Eufaula 12 00 k Arrives at Macon from Eufaula and Albany 6:35 p. V Leaves Ooiumbos 11:50 a. k Arrives at Macon from Columbus 5:10 r. s> Leaves Macon. 7:35 p.m Arrives as Augusta 5:40 a. m Leaves Augusta. 8:30 p, u Arrives at Savannah 7:15 a. k Panengera for MflJedgevflleandEatonton will lake train No. 9 from Savannah, and train N. 1 from Macon, which trains connect daily, except Monday, for these points. Pullman Palnce Sleeping Cars to Cincinnati via Macon, Atlanta and Cincinnati Southern Railway on 7-30 p. m. train. Local Sleeping Cars on all night trains be tween Savannah and Augusta, Augusta and Macon, and Savannah and Atlanta. Passengers from Southwestern Georgia can take either train from Macon 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. Whitkhkad, WILLIAM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt Gen. Snpt., Savannah. J. C. Shaw, W. F. BHELLMAN, Gen. Trov. Agt, Snpt 8. W. R. Mason. Ga. jan3ltf Charleston & Savannah Ry Cos. Omn Chabustom A Savannah Ry. Oo„ 1 Savannah. Ga- January 10,1881. COMMENCING lUFBDAY, January 11th, 3:45 p. m. , Trains will depart and arrive as follows,from PASSENGER DEPOTS., F. & W. By.: VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Going North. Leave Savannah 5:35 a. k. and 3:45 p. u. Arrive Charleston.. .1t:35 a. m. and 9.-55 p. s. Arrive Wilmington.. 7:48 p. m. and 6 20 a. m. Arrive Weldon 1:42 a. m. and 12:40 p. u. Arrive Richmond... 4:57 a. m. aud 4:39 p. m. Arrive Washington. 9:17 a. m. and 9:26 p. n. Arrive Baltimore. ..12:00 u. and 11:35 p.m. Arrive Philadelphia. 2:55 p. m. and 3:25 a. m. Arrive New York .. 5:20 p. a. and 6:50 a. m. Arrive Ne w Y ork (via Limited Express).. 3:50 p. m. Coming South. Leave Charleston. 6:20 a. m. and 4:40 p. m. Arrive Savannah... 12:20 p. m. and 10:40 p. w. On 3:45 p. m. train from Savannah through Pullman Sleepers to New York without change. VIA MAGNOLIA ROUTE. Leave Savannah. 5 .35 a. m. Arrive Augusta 2:35 p.m. Arrive New York 6:50 a.m. Leave Savannah 3:45 p. m. Arrive Port Roy aL 9:40 p.m. Leave Augusta 1:45p.m. Arrive Savannah 10:40 p. m . Leave Port Royal 7:00 a. m. Arrive Savannah 12:20 p. m. Tickets and Sleeping Berths at Bren’s, 22 Buil street, and at Depot. C. 8 GADSDEN. Sup’t 8. O. Boylston. G. T. A. janll-tf galntg, &r. (Established 1840.) Steamboat and Hill Supplies TUCK’S PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS BOARD PACKING. GUM PACKING. ITALIAN HEMP PACKING. eagle packing. SOAP BTONE PACKING. OLIVER’S PAINT AND OIL STORE NO. 5 WHITAKER STREET. novl7-tf CHRIS. MURPHY, (ESTABLISHED 1865.) House, Sign, Fresco & Banner PAINTING. —DXALXK IN— BAILROAD. MILL and STEAMBOAT SUP PLIES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, VAR NISHES. BRUSHES, MIXED PAINTS, BURN G and ENGINE OILS, NEATS FOOT OIL, AXLE GREASE, LADDERS, all kinds and suee 148 St. Julian and If 1 Bryan streets. ■Men JOHN G. BUTLEB, Wholesale acd Retail Dealer In White Lead, Oils, Colors, dlass, Etc HOUBK AND SIGN PAINTING. QOLE Agent for the GEORGIA LIME, CAL- O CIN ED PLASTER, CEMENTS, H AIR LAND PLASTER, etc. Sole Agent for F. O. PURGE a 00. *8 Kirk prepared paints. Om hundred dollars guarantee that this Faint con tains neither water or benzine, and la the only guaranteed Paint in the market )el9-tf No. 82 Drayton street, Savannah, Ga. Jiijpi#9. SAVMMH AUD SEW YORK. Ocean SteaisWi Goipany. CABIN f EXCURSION STEERAGE 10 THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CITY OF rOLI'MBCS, Captain Fishxb, WEDNESDAY, February 2, at 9:30 a. m. CITY OF AVGUSTA, Captain Kicxxa aoM. SATURDAY. February 5, at 11.-00 a. M. GATE CITY, Captain Daggett, WEDNES DAY, February 9, at 3 p. m. CITY OF MACON, Captain KemftoN,SAT URDAY, February 12,1881, at 5:00 p. m. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to porta of the United Kingdom acd the Continent. For freight or Pa^gg^ aug2B City Exchange Building. Mercfcants’ and Miners* Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN PASSAGE sls 00 fiEOOVT) CABIN I* 60 EXCURSION The steamships of the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company are appointed to sail as follows: WM. LAWRENCE, Captain J. 8. MARCH. Jr., TUESDAY, February Ist, at 9:30 A. M. SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, MONDAY, February 7th, at 1:00 p. M. Through bills lading given to all points Weal, all the manufacturing towns in New England, acd to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pac senger tickets issued to Pitt*burr, Cincinnati, Chicago and all points West and Northwest. JAB. E. WES'” OO. agents, jan2B-S? 114 Bavstreet. Philadelphia & Southern MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE. Leaving Each Port Every Saturday. FIRST CLASS PASSAGE 518 00 SECOND CLASS PASSAGE 14 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 06 CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORE VIA PHILADELPHIA.. *3 08 EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOR THREE MONTHS PBOM DATE OF ISSUE) ... 30 00 Through bills lading given to ail points East and West, also to Liverpool by steamers of the American Line, and to Antwerp by steamers of the Red Star Line, sailing regularly from Phila delphia. THE STEAMSHIP O. W. LORD, Captain COLTON, YX7ILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, ▼ T February 5, 1861, at 11 o’clock a. m For freight or passage, having superior aofommodations, apply to ffi HUNTER A SON, jan3l-td Agents. FOB BOSTON DIBECT. CABIN PASSAGE sl6 OO STEERAGE PASSAGE lO OO B jsU* aud Savannah Steamship line, WORCESTER, Captain D. H. HEDGE, WEDNESDAY, February 9, at 8:30 r. M. THROUGH bills of lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, to Liverpool by the Ounard, Warren and Leyland lines. The ships of this tine connect at their wharf with all railroads leading out of Boston. RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents. P. NICKERSON & 00., Agents. Boston. feb3-tf CUION LINE, UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Leaving Pier 38 N. R., foot of King st. WISCONSIN Tuesday, Fkb. 1,7 IX) a. m. ABYSSINIA Tubsday. Fkb. 15, 6:00 a. m. WYOMING Tuesday, Feb. 22,11:30 a. m. ARIZONA Tuxsday, Mar. 1, 6:00 a. m. WISCONSIN Tuesday, Mar. 8,11:30 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 Dote 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 those greatest of all luxuries at sea, perfect ventila tion and light. Cabin Passage (according to State room), S6O, SBO and $100; Intermediate, S4O; Steerage at low rates. Offices, No. 89 Broadway, New York. WILLIAMS & GUION. JAMES MARTIN, Agent, 106 Bay street, 8a - vannah. mylß-Tu.Tb&Sly ONLY DIBECT 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 small boat. LABRADOR, Joucla, WEDNESDAY. Feb ruary 2. 8 A. M. FERDINAND db LESBEPB, Torlois, WED NESDAY, Febuary 9. 2 r.M FRANCE, Trcdbllx, WEDNESDAY, Feb uary 16.7:00 a. m. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wins): TO HAVRE—First Cabin SIOO and $!20; Sec ond Cabin S6O; Steerage $26, including wine, bedding and utensils. 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 & CO., Agents for SavannMi augll-8 TnAThl2m MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS WILL leave Cedar Keys for New Orleans EVERY FRIDAY; for Key West and Havana EVERY BATURDAY. For passage apply to LEVE & ALDEN, Ba vannan, or PARSONS & HALE, Agents. Jan2o-3m Cedar Key, Fla, NX) W YORK AMSTERDAM AND ROTTERDAM The first-class steamers of this line, AMSTERDAM, ROTTERDAM, SCHIEDAM. P. CALAND, W. A. SCHOLTEN, MAAS, leave^Cia mpiuiy's Pier, Jersey City, regularly 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 TERDAM. H. CAZAUX, General Agent, 27 South William street. New York. janl9-6m,jan.feb,mh.ap,nov&dec Hams. M \m GROCER FOR AND BONELESS BACON. NONE GENUINE Unless bearing our patented Trade-Marks, a light metallic seal, attached to the string, and the striped canvas as in the cut. Jan24-M2tTh& warn QAA CHOICE aeleoAoua, dialogues, etc., for (ayv elocutionists and school exhibited, 860 JESSE HANEY ft 00., 119 Nassau Teet/New York. JaMC SavannaiTFloriiis fSSS STEAM PACKET LIKE, ST. JOHN’S Captain LEO VO32L, WILL LEAV3 For FeraanOLna, J ttckz-z - . And Intermediate Landing* on sr ****** and Charleston. 8.C., from Dei . r foot of Ahe room mreet, as . fours'- ” "Tbom siVAsrsAßroi j FL-la JfLOHIDA. Tuesday, February 1, Fridav, at 9 p.m. 12 night "Hr Tu^ y ; February 8 ’ F ?p aj s i Kebr >'^i I , w Tuesday, February 15, Friday. Fehm.-. at 9 p. u 11 p is ar 7P,i t T r?i r -/ , ‘ >m ‘ rr Connecting at Fernandina for Waldo, Gaineeviiie, Cul- • L and Key West. CSoee connection mot!* - „ for Enterprise, MellonvCl? t-i ‘‘ -,,s® Sa !ej landings on the Upper St l. -.a’s steamers for the Ockfav- p- , *2) class passenger aocotumod-tiaca L tickets and state rooms secured cr 1 motion furnished at office, corner .if Bryan streets, Pulaski Hotiae. LEVI J. GAZAN. G. T. A. o ®** ° Q * h t ■■ J Sea Island Iloute. Georgia anil Florida Inlay STEAMBOAT COMPANY The New Elegant ' STEAMER FLORIDA C* XPRESSLY built for the Inside Foul a 1 leave Sav unah for Florida every TraoKni sw.is'.ass •■’"Ssa STEAMER DAVID CLARK Every MONDAY and THURSDAY i, TERSOONS for St. OartSne’p, t!.' boy. Darien. St. Mmon sand lirunKr.iK . r connecting with the Brumwick an i RaUroad for all points on 1 Ue of r net-tions made at F ernatidin-i with ti, is.. Railroad for Jackvuviil- and all points John's river, and for Waldo, Orange Gainesville, Cedar Keys, Tampa. Key vans. New Orleanp, and Pensaeo’a, Kla f sfa’eroomß and tickets ti> all poiu = , General Office of LKVE s. ALUIN Bull and Bryan streets. ’ corMf J. N. HARRDIAN, a . TOB . w f y |,w °”S NEW ROUTE! From Savannah to St. Catha rine’s, Doboy, Darieu, St. Simon’s, Brunswick and all Landings on Satilla. The Steamer Carrie, CAPT. W. G. LEE, HAVING been thoroughly repaired and out in first-class order, is now placed on the above route and will run regularly, leaving** vannah every TUESDAY AFTERNOON aw o’clock, from the old wharf foot of ill’ll street. Ftates of freight as low as by any other line For information concerning freight or passas* apply to H. 51. CO3IEK A 00* jangl-tf Agents. REGULAR UNI , -TO*-’ St. Cathar ue’s, Boboy, Union Island, Darien, St. himon’s, and on Satilla Bivcr. The Steamer Centennial, Capt. WM. C. ULSIO, WILL leave for above points every TUES DAY AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock Shippers are particulariv rot nested to have freight on wharf before that time. Agent at Darien, C. M. QUARTER’IAN. augl9-tf J. P. f’HA- y. Agoat fur Augusta and Way Landings. i_ V r >ir> i ai'WTiTr mi' I.' ■. i! THE NEW AND EEE3 ANT STEAMER WM. T. WIIELESS, CAPTAIN W. T. GUI SON. V;7i f L leave Kelly’s wharf EVERY TUES * DAY AFTERNOON at 5 o’clock for Au gusta and way landings. All freight payable by snippers. H. M. COMER Sc CO., Agents, janll-tf no Bay street SAVE TRANSFER OF FREIGHT, FOR ST. CATHARINE’S, DOBOY, DARIES AND LANDINGS ON ALTAMAHA. OC JMULGEE AND OCONEE RIVERS. THE Bteamer CUMBERLAND (’apt. J. W. Mathews will make regular trips to above point-. Freight for all points, with the excep tion of Darien, must be paid here. Janl4-tf J. P. CHASE Agent Florida, Nassau, Matam T7IIRST-CLASB steamships of the Mallory LiM J leave Femandina January 16, 3J, p every two weeks thereafter for Nassau, N. L and Matanzas, Cuba. Savannah to Nassau© excundon $55. State rooms and tickets at LEM & ALDEN’S, corner Bull and Brvan streeta C. H. MALLOKT & 00, janß-tf General Agents, New York (gommissiott gjlrrrUanrg^ JOHN FLANNERY. JOHN L. JOBNSoK JOHN FLANNERY & (O’ Cotton Factor’s Commission Merchants. NO. 3 KELLY’S BLOCK, BAY STREET, Savannaii, G-a* Agents for jewell s mills yabss and DOMESTICS, etc., etc. nV , BAGGING AND TIES FOR SALE AT L0 W EBT MARKET RATES. „ PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO At* BUSINE-.8 ENTRUSTED TO US. _. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON W* SIONMENTB. lllinm MMX ***¥HHHt*****^ WM. W. GORDON. HENRY BKISBi* W.W. GORDON & CO. (Successors to Tison & Gordon), Cotton Factors Commission Merchants} NO. 112 BAY ST.. SAVANNAH, A LOANS SIADE UPON SATISFACTORY A®' SURANCE OF COTTON SHIPMENTS. VERY FULL ADVANCES MADE ON W SIGNMENTS OF COTTON. , OTI _ n f-rs- BAGGING AND TIES FURNISHKI) TOMERS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICEb. ugSl-dftwtf JAS. IV. SCHLEY & 00- 172 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH GA., fieneral Comrn’n Mereliants, OFFER: *> AA A BUSHELS Choice Rust-proof OA - ZLMJU 500 bushels COW PEAS. 260 bales Prime Timothy HAY. 300 bales Prime Northern HAx. 8,000 bushels CORN. 4.000 bushels OATS. 40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN. 12,000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES. 80,000 pounds SMOKED SIDISR Also, MEAL. GRITS, FLOUR, CORN and CORN EYES, D. B. HULL, Commission Merc'is* nt > AND AGENT FOR THE Patapsco Gnano Cospa® 80 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, C * A^ Patapsco guano and pajapsco PHOSPHATE now on hand re*W im meat -** A BUST’S Manual of OU and Quid* Painting, Crayon Drawing, ’ to Authorship, 50c. Of books*l‘^ 3 R£fe rt, Nj* JESSE HANEY ft 00.. 119 Naasau York.