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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1881. —a————————i——— (Sommerrial. SAVANNAH HAJ9K.ET. OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS. I Savannah. February 1", 1881, 4 P. *• ] Cotton.—The market opened at 10 a. in. easy. The sales for the day were 1,872 bales. The market closes easier at quotations. We quote: Middling Fair Good Middling 11$ Middling Low MjJiUng Good Ordinary £4 Ord narv Ska Islands.—The market was quiet and unchanged, no sales having been made. We quote: Carts and Common Georgias SW Common Florida*, nominal 23®34 Medium Floridas Good Florida* “ Medium fine Floridas Fine Florida.*.. Extra fine Floridas ■ • -d) Comparative Cotton Statements Receipt *, Report*, and Stock on hand February 17, 1881, and for the tame time last year. 1880-81, 1879-80. Sea Sea Island. Upland. Island. Upland Stock on hand Sept. 1 64 10.888 11 1.829 Received to day 14 1.988 12 3,988 Received previously 11,401 718,508 9,999 854,698 Total 11,479 781,442 10,022 859.452 Exporter to-day .... .... .... ....| Exported prevtuuvi} 8,005 660,040 8,199 588,523 Total 8,065 650,040 8,192 586,523 oo* oi* band and n* *hlp -1 • i February 17 . 8,414 . 81,402 1,830 72,929 Rice.—There was a better demand for rice to day. 300 barrels and 10 casks were sold at quotations. We quote: Common 44® 44 Fair. 54®5*i Good Prime Choice *4®64 Eouea — Country 1 00^1.08 Carolina crop .1 25®1 65 Naval Stores.—There was some activity shown for rosin to-day at the reduced quota tions. The sales were 525 barrels E, F and G, the market closing firm. 119 casks spirits turpentine were sold at 41c., and the demand was good at this figure. The receipts for the day were 409 barrels rosin and 85 barrels spirits turpentine. We quote: Ho sins—O $1 40. Esl ft. F9l 55. Gsl 60. H SI 75,1 $2 IK), Ks 2 25, 5112 50. N*2 75. window glass S3 124. Spirits turpentine—Oils and whiakys 40c., regulars 41c. Financial. -Sterling Exchange—Sixty day bills, with bills ladirg attached. 14 804®1 81. New York sight exchange buying at 4 per cent, premium and selling at 4 P er cent, premium. RaUroad Stock*.— Market is quiet and steady, with a little more activity. Augusta s. aavanuab 7 per cent, guaranteed. 115 oid. 116 aikei. Central common. 110 bid, 1104 asked. Georgia common, 113 bid, 114 asked. South western 7 per cent, guaranteed, 113)4 bid, 114 asked. Stocks and Bonds. City Bonds. Market quiet. Atlanta 7 per cent., 108 bid, 119 asked; Atlanta 6 per cent., 101 bid. 108 asked: Atlanta 8 pei cent., 112 bid, 113 asked; Augusta 7 pei cent., 107 bid, 110 asked. Au gusta 6 per cent.. 103 bid, 105 asked. Colum bus "per cent., 84 bid. 86 asked. Macon 7 per cent., 99 bid. 101 asked. New Savannah 5 per cent, (ex-coupon) 88 bid, 86)4 asked. State Bonds.—Market quiet. Georgia new 6's, 1889, 109)4 bid, 110 asked: Georgia 6 per cent.,coupons Feb. and aim , maturity 1880 ana 1886, 100&1( 5 bid, 101alC6)4 asked; Georgia mort gage on W. ft A. Railroad regular 7 per cent., soupons January and July, maturity 1386, 111 bid, 112)4 asked: Geoi gia 7 per cent, gold, cou pons quarterly, 117)4 bid, 118 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupon*. 1 auuarv and July, maturity 1896, 122)4 bid.' 124)4 asked. Railroad Bonus.—Market quiet. Atlan tic & Gulf Ist mortgage consolidated 7 per cent., coupons January and July, matu rity 1897. 109 bid. 110 asked. Atlantic £ Gulf endorsed city of Savannah 7 per cent., cou pons Jan. and July, maturity 1879. 74 bid. 77 asked. Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1893, 115 bid. 115)4 asked. Georgia 6 per cent., cou pons Jan. and; July, maturity, 103)4 bid. 104 asked (ex-coupon). Mobile ft Girard 2d mort gage endorsed i per cent., coupons Jan. and July, maturity 1889, 116 bid. 117 asked. Montgomery and Eu’aula Ist mort gage 6 per cent., end. by Centra! Railroad. lOT bid, 103)4 (Hiked. Charlotte. Co.umbia ft Augusta Ist ct’tg'e, 109)4 bid. 109)4 asked. Char lotte. Columbia & Augusta 3d mortgage, 102 bid. 102 asked. Western Alabama 2d rit'ge, end. 8 percent., 117)4 bid. 118J4 asked. South Georgia ft Florida eniorsed, 112)4 bid, 113 asked: South Georgia A Florida 2d mort gage, 101 bid. 102 asked. Bacon. —The market is firm and steady. We quote: Bacon, clear rib sides, 94c.: should ers, 64c; dry salted clear rib sides, 846 c.; long clear, 84c.; pork sides, 74c.; shoulders. 546 c.; hams. 11)4- Baoqing and Ties.—Market nominal; de mand light; stock ample. We quote: Two and-a-quarter-pounds at 1214 c.; two-pounds at ll)4c.; one-and-thre*--quarter-pounds, at 10)4e. Iron Tie*-$I 90®2 00 Ip bundle, according to brand and quantity. Pieced ties, $1 50® 1 60. Drv Goods —The market very firm; stocks moderate. We quote: Prints, 54®7c.; Georgia brown shirting, 44. 5)4c.; 56 do., 64c.; 4 4 brown sheeting. 74c.; white osnaburgs. 9® 10Uo.; checks, B®S4e.: yarns. Si 00 for best makes; brown drillings. S®9c Flour.—Market very firm and unchanged at quotations. Stock ample. We quote; Super- Itne, 94 50®5 00; extra, *5 50®6 00: fancy, $8 25 @9 tX); family, $-> 50®7 03; extra family, $7 00 ®7 50; bakers’ $7 00. Grain.—Corn—Market firm; light stock. White 70®724c.; mixed 70c. Oats. 524 c. Hay.—Market firm; stock light; fair de mand. We quote, at wholesale: Northern, nose in market; Eastern, $1 45; Western, 91 45. Hides. Wool, etc.—Hides—The market is easy and unchanged; stock light. We quote: Dry flint, 15c ; salted, 11® 13c. Wool—Nth ing doing: we quote: Uuwashed, free of burrs, prime lots, 28c.; burry wool, 10®27c. Tallow, 6c.; wax, 30c.; deerskins, 40c.; otter skins. 250;®$! 00. i.iin —The market is firm and advancing. We quote: In tierces, tubs and kegs, 11c. Salt.—A large stock of Liverpool on hand. The demand is moderate and the market lower. W> quote; Car load lots, 80c., f. o. b.; small lots, 90c. ©sl 00. FREIGHTS. Lcmber. —By Sail— There is a good demand for coastwise vessels, and all arrivals are readi ly placed at quotations. Vessels are wanted for Spanish ports, but West India and other off shore business not offering. Our figures include the range of Savannah, Darien and Brunswick, from 50c. to 91 being paid here for change of loading port. We quote: To Bal timore and Chesapeake ports, $5 00 ? *5 50; to Philadelphia, $6 Qo®6 50; to New ork and Sound ports, $6 00®7 OtoO; Boston and eastward, $7 00®S 00; to St. John, N. 8., $8 00; [Timber $1 00 higher than lumber rates!; to the West Indies and windward. S' 00®9 00; to South America 919 00; to Spanish ports, fit 00®i5 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber 365., lum ber £6 3e.©J 10a Naval Storks.— Sail.— Rosin and spirits, 3s. 9d.®ss. 9d. to United Kingdom or Continent; to New York 40c. on rosin. 60c. on spirits. Steam. —To New York, rosin, 40c., spirits 80c.; to Philadelphia, rosin 30c.; spirits 80c.; to Bal timore, rosm 40c., spirits 75c.; to Boston, rosin 45c., spirits 50c. STEAK. Cotton— Liverpool, direct 13 sad Bremen, direct. 13-S2d Liverpool, via New 9> 11-32d Liverpool, via Baltimore, V 9 13-32d Liverpool, via Boston, $ 1b...... s*i Liverpool, via Philadelphia, 1b.... 13-23d Antwerp, via Philadelphia. M 15-16 c Havre, via New York, II lb 13-16 c Bremen, via New York, $ 9) 54c Bremen, via Baltimore, fl lb 7-1 Sd Amsterdam, via New York. ... 31-64d Hamburg, via New York, fl 1b 15-16 c Boston, f) bale 91 75 Sea Island. 1? bale 1 <5 New York. V bale 1 50 Sea Island. V bale 1 50 Philadelphia, $ bale 1 50 Sea Island, Ij> bale 1 50 Baltimore. $ bale 1 50 Providence, II bale 2 00 BY SAIL. Liverpool Baltic 96$ Rick— . New York, $ cask $1 50 New York, barrel 60 Philadelphia, V cask 1 50 Baltimore. V cask 1 50 Boston, V cask 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Turkeys, alive, f> pair fUK ©2 25 Grown Fowls, $ pair 60 & 65 Half grown, * pair. ............ 40 © > Three-quarters grown, 49 pair... 45 ® 55 Dressed turkeys, fl ft 18 ® 90 Dressed chickens, fl fc 15 ® Eggs, V do* 18 ® 20 Butter, mountain, fib. 20 ® SO Peanuts, Tennessee, V bushel... 90 ® “ hand-picked Virginia, fi bu. 1 35 ® Florida Sugar, fl lb 5 ® 64 Florida Syrup. $ gallon 85 ® 45 Honey, * gallon 60 © 75 Sweet Potatoes, $ bushel 75 ®9l 00 Poultry.—Market well suppplied; demand good. Egos.—Market overstocked; tendency down ward. Butter. —A first-class article in demand; stock light. Peanuts.—Market fully supplied; demand fair. Strut.—Georgia and Florida in fair demand and supply. Sugar.—Georgia and Florida scarce, and very little demand. HARKKTS BY TELKUKiPB. NOON REPORT. FINANCIAL. London. February 17.—Erie, 51. Bank rate 3 YH *r ctnL * 4 p. in.—Consols,99 3-16 for money; 99 5 16 for tbe account Erie, 50)4. Paris, February 17.3 p. m.—Rentes, 83f 90c. 4 p m.—Rentes, 84f 22c. London. February 17.—Specie increased jSttfl,ooo. sew York. February 17.—Stocks opened firm. Money at 5®6 per cent. Exchange long, 94 83; short. 94 86)4. State bonds dull. Government bonds strong. OOTTO*. Liverpool, February 17.—Cotton opened steady: middling uplands. 6 7-iSd; middling Ore leans. 6 9 16d; receipts 20.600 bales, of which 10.300 bales are American; salea 12,000 bales, for speculation and export 1,000 bales Futures flat. Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in February and March, 6 15-323; deliverable in March and April, 64d; deliverable in April and May, 6 9-16®6 17-32d; deliverable in May and June, 619-38&64® 6 19-33d; deliverable in J une and July, 6 51-32® 6f4d; deliverable in July and August, 8 11-16$- 1:30 p. m.—Middling uplands, 6 7-16d: mid dling Orleans, 6 3-16<T: low middling uplands, 6)4d: good ordinary, 554d: ordinary, sfsd. Mw York, February 17.—Cotton market opened quiet: sales 427 bales: middling up lands, 11 9-16 c; middling Orleans, 11 13-16 e. _ Fueuros—Market opened barely steady, with sales aa follows: February. *l3°c; March. 11 39c; April, 11 55c; May, 11 68c; June, 11 BCc; July. 11 87c. PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC. Liverpool, February 17.—Short clear mid dies, 445. Lard, 52s 6d. Pork, 68s, London, February 17, 4:00 p. m.—Spirits tur pentine, 345. . New Yore, February 17.—Flour opened dull. Wheat quiet. Corn dulL Pork dull at 916 00. Lard firm at 10 45c for steam rendered. Spirits turpentine, 454 c. Rosin, 9170 for ■trained. Freights firm. Baltimore, February 17.—Flour firm and unchanged; Howard street and Western super fine. 93 25®3 75; extra. 94 00®4 75; family, $5 10®6 00; city mills superfine, 93 25@3 75: ditto extra, S4 on®4 75; ditto family, 96 25; Rio brands. 96 00®6 25: Pataosco family, 97 00. Wheat—Southern steady, with light receipts; Western lower, closing steady;Southern red, 91 15® 1 18; amber, $1 20® 1 23; No. 1 Mary land, 9—; No. 2 Western winter red on tbe soot and February, 154: March delivery, $1 16® 1 164; April delivery. 91 174®1 174; May delivery, SI 174®1 17*. Corn-Southern firm; Western easier, closing steady; Southern white, 53®54c; ditto yellow, 53®54c. EVENING REPORT. FINANCIAL. Paris. February 17.—Specie increased 3.735,- 000 francs in gold, and 337,000 francs in silver. New York, February 17.—Money at 4® 6 per oent. Exchange, fl t 4 f° r Bia:t y S*F B - Gov ernment bonds strong; new fives (coupon), 1004; new four and a half per cents (coupon), 1124; new four per cents (coupon), 1134. State bona* in light request; Louisiana consols rose 3 pei cent. Stocks extremely buoyant and higher, as fol lows: - New York Central. 1494 Erie 504 Lake Shore 1314 Illinois Central 135 Nashville and Chattanooga 864 Louisville and Nashville 93 Pittsburg 138 Chicago and Northwestern. 132); •* “ “ preferred 142)1, Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific 504 “ “ “ preferred 91)f, Memphis and Charleston 424 Rock Island 1384 Western Union... 1174 Alabama. Class A, 2 to 5 72 “ Class A, small 74 •• Class E, 5s 95 ** Class C. 2 to 5 85 Georgia. 6s 106 “ 7s, mortgage 110 *• 7s, gold 117 Louisiana consols 574 North Carolina, old . 88)(, •• “ new 204 ** “ funding 124 “ “ special tax 8 Tennessee, 6s 524 •• new 524 Virginia, 6a 30 *• new 80 “ consolidated 112 “ deferred 154 Panama (offered) *2B Fort Wavne 132 Chicago and A1t0n.... 144 Harlem 195 Michigan Central. 1184 St. Paul 1154 “ preferred 126)6 Delaware and Lackawanna. 1264 New Jersey Central 109 Reading - 65 Obio and Mississippi 454 Mobile and Obio 234 Hannibal and St. Joseph 594 San Francisco and St. Louis 464 “ “ “ preferred 674 “ “ “ first preferred..... 97 Union Pacific -.1834 Houston and Texas 70 Pacific Mail 614 Adams Express 133 Wells & Fargo 118 American Express 694 United States Express 56 Consolidated Coal 41 ijuicksilver 164 “ preferred.... 614; Sub-Treasury balances: Coin, 973,693,463 00 currency, 94,052,119 00. New Orleans, February 17.—Exchange un changed ; sterling, 94 84. COTTON. Liverpool, February 17, 4:30 p. m.—Futures: Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliver able in February and March, 6 7-16-J. Sale* 10,400 bales of American. 5 p. m —Futures closed steady at to-day’s lowest prices. Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in March and April, 6 15-32d. New Yore. February 17.—Cotton closed quiet but steady; middling uplands, 11 9-16 c; middling Orleans, 11 13-16 c; sales 543 bales; net receipts 320 bales; gross receipts 320 bales. Futures closed steady, with sales of 82,000 bales,as follows: February.il 35®11 38c; March. 11 44® 11 45c; April. 11 60® 11 6lc; May, 11 74® 11 75c: June. 11 85®11 86c; July, 11 94®11 9ti; August, 11 99®12 06c; September, 11 56®U 58c; October.il 12® 11 14c; November, 10 94®10 97c. Galveston, February 17.—Cotton quiet but steady; middling 114 c; low middling 104 c; good ordinary 94c; net receipts 1,868 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 585 bales; stock 105,474 bales; exports to Great Britain 3,481 bales. Norfolx, February 17,—Cotton steady; mid dling 114 c; net receipts 2,404 bales; gross re ceipts bales; sales 399 bales; stock 17,057 bales; exports to Great Britain 4,517 bales; coastwise 2,271 bales. Baltimore, February 17. —Cotton quiet; mid dling 114 c; low middling lie; good ordinary 10c; net receipts bales; gross receipts 246 bales; sales 266 bales; sales to spinners 100 bales; stock 12,133 bales; exports coastwise2so bales. Boston, February 17.—Cotton steady; mid dling ll4c; low middling 114 c; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 665 bales; gross receipts 4.7U0 bales: sales bales; stock 8,390 bales. Wilmington, February 17.—Cotton firm; mid dling lie; low middling 10 7-16 c; good ordinary 9c; net receipts 416 bales: gross receipts bales; sales bales; stock 4,965 bales. Philadelphia, February 17.—Cotton steady; middling 114 c; low middling 114 c; good or dinary 10c; net receipts 98 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 253 bales; sales to spinners 233 bales: stock 15,020 bales. New Orleans, February 17.—Cotton steady and in good demand; middling 114 c: low mid dling li>4c; good ordinary 94c: net receipts 10,667 bales; gross receipts 11,176 bales; sales 6,000 bales: stock 276,458 bales; exports to Great Britain 2,837 bales, to France 3,339 bales, coast wise 1,190 bales. Mobile, February 17.—Cotton closed steady; middling 11c; low middling 104 c; good ordinary 94c; net receipts 385 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 1,500 bates; stock 49,571 bales; ex ports coastwise 1,881 bales. Memphis, February 17.—Cotton quiet; mid dling 11c; net receipts 1,538 bales; shipments 2,112 bales; sales 1,500 bales; stock 74,642 hales Augusta, February 17.—Cotton quiet but steady; middling 104 c; low middling 104 c; good ordinary 9c; net receiptsßl6 bales; ship ments bales: sales 838 bales. Charleston. February 17.—Cotton steady; middling 114 c; low middling 11c; good or dinary 104 c; net receipts 1,275 bales; gross receipts bales: sales2.ooobales: stock 64,952 bales: exports, to Great Britain 3,830 bales, to the continent 1,118 bales, coastwise 2,493 bales. New York, February 18.—Consolidated net receipts to-day for all cotton ports, 20,138 bales; exports, to Great Britain 14,860 bales, to France 3,1)9 bales, to the continent 1,117 bales. PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. ETC. Liverpool, February 17, 5 p. m.—Corn, 5 3d for new, 5s 5d for old. Liverpool, February 17.—Tallow, 36s 3d. New York, February 17.—Flour, Soutnern, quiet; common to fair extra. $4 75® 5 20; good to choice ditto, 59 25®5 75. Wheat opened 4© 4c lower; closed rather more steady; litt.e better inquiry; ungraded red, $1 69®120. Corn dull and heavy; 4c lower; ungraded, 57 ®sß4c. Oats heavy; 4®4c lower; No. 3,434 c. Hops steady and in fair demand; yearlings, choice. 14®23c. Coffee quiet and weak; Rio, 104®134c. Sugar dull and weak; fair to good refining. 74®?4c; refined closed dull standard A, 84c. Molasses dull. Bice quiet but steady. Rosin quiet, $1 70® 1 75. Turpen tine dull, 454®46c. Wool dull and unsettled; domestic fleece, 38®52c; Texas, 14®37c. Pork about steady; very light trade; mess, fl 6 C 5 for old. Middies dull and unsettled; long and short clear, 8 65c. Lard opened 5®74c lower: closed strong, with decline recovered, 10 424® 10 50. Freights steady. Cincinnati, February 17.—Flour closed strong; fancy, £5 25®5 75. Wheat scarce and firm: No. 2 red winter, |1 06. Corn steady,43c. Oats quiet, 364®37c. Provisions—Pork firm at sls 25®15 50. Lard firm, 10c. Bulk meats quiet but firm; rib, 7 90c. Bacon scarce and firm; shoulders, 6c; clear sides, 9c. Whisky active but lower. $1 05. Sugar quiet; hards, 94® 104 c: New Orleans, 7®Bc. Hogs active, firm and higher; common, $4 75®5 65; light! $5 80 ®6 15; packing. $5 85®6 25; butchers, $6 25® 6 60. Bt. Louis. February 17.—Flour steady and un changed. Wheat opened dull and lower; closed firm and higher; No. 2 red fall, $1 Cl 4 for cash; $1 024 for March; $1 054®1 06 for May. Corn dull and lower; 374 c for cash. Oats dull, 334 c for cash; 314 c for April. Whisky lower at $1 05. Pork lower, sls 40 asked. Lard quiet, 9 80. Bulk meats lower; car lots thirty day meat, shoulders 4 75®4 80c, sides 8 05®8 10. Bacon quiet; shoulders 5 874 c, clear 8 75c. Chicago. February 17.—Flour quiet but steady. Wheat dull and a shade lower; closing firm; No. 2 Chicago spring, 974®98c for cash; 984® 964 c for March; 9Jc bid for ApriL Corn steady and in fair demand; 374®36c for cash; 374 c for March. Oats unsettled and generally lower; 294 c fer cash; 334 c for May. Pro visions—Pork unsettled and generally lower, sls 25. Lard moderately active and higher, 10 024. Bulk meats steady and unchanged. Wflisky steady. At close—W heat, No. 2 Chicago spring, 984 c for February; 994®994c for ApriL Corn, 374 c bid, 374 c asked, for March. Oats, 294 c bid, 294 c asked, for March. Pork. sls 324® 15 35 for March. Lard. 10 15 for March; 10 224 for April. Baltimore. February 17.—Oats closed quiet; Western white, 41c; ditto mixed, 40®4'4c Provisions closed very firm, with an upward tendency. Coffee quiet; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 1 4®114c. Sugar quiet; A soft, 94c. Whisky steady at $1 11. Freights unchanged. Hew Orleans, February 17.—Flour steady and in fair demand; superilne,s3 50®3 75; high grades, $5 25®6 25. Corn scarce and firm. 57 ®sßc Oats in fair demand but lower, 44® 45c. Pork higher; mess,old sls 50, new sl6 25. Lard higher. 104 c Bulk meats active, firm and higher: shoulders, loose 6Qc, Sides, Bacon firmer; shoulders, 64c; clear sides.9)|c. Hams closed in active demand and higher; sugar cured, canvased, 10® 114 c. Whisky steady. $1 06® 110. Coffee steady and in fair demand; Bio cargoes, ordinary to good, 11® 114 c. Sugar in good demand; common to good common, 54®64c; prime to choice, 64®7c. Molasses steady and in fair demand; common, 29®25c: prime to choice, 36®46c. Rice quiet, Louisvn.l.l. February 17.—Flour closed quiet; extra family. $3 75®4 25. Wheat firm, $i 00. Corn firm, 414 c. Oats steady, 374 c. Provisions—Pork quiet but firm, sl6 00. Lard, prime steam, none in market. Balk meets firm; shoulder*, 5124 c; sides, 850 e. Bacon firm; shoulders, 6c; clear sides, 9 20c. Hams, sugar cured, 10® 104 c. "Whisky lower, $1 05. Wilmington, February 17. —Spirits turpentine steady at 41c. Rosin quiet; $1 35 for strained; $1 374 for good strained. Tar steady at $2 06. Crude turpentine steady; hard, $1 90; yellow dip, $3 00; virgin, $3 00. Com unchanged. Skipping itttelUgfWf. • MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Sunßisis 6:40 Sun Sets.... ..... 5:49 Hioh Water at Ft Pulaski . 10:04 am, 10:26 p m Friday, February 18,1881. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship Chas W Lord, Colton. Philadelphia —Wm Hunter & Son. Barf Prosperida (8p), Mora, Havana, in bal last—R B Reppard. Schr AjnMie Bliss, O’Donnell, Baltimore, with coal to D R Thomas; vessel to J J Dale. Schr Stephen Bennett, Douglas, Philadelphia Joe A Roberts ft Cos. Schr A Nebinger, Smith, New York, with guano to order; vessel to Jos A Roberts ft Cos. Schr Grace Van Dusen, Lake, Philadelphia, with coal to D R Thomas. Steamer David Clark. Hallows, Brunswick and way landings—W F Bany, Agt. Bteamer Florida. Fitzgerald, Fernandina and way landings —W F Barry. ARRIVED AT TYBEE YESTERDAY. Bark Lovf&ld (Nor), Neilsen, Grimstad— Holst ft Cos. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Ship Dora (Ger), Meyer. Charleston, in bal last—Knoop, Frerichs ft Cos. DEPARTED YESTERDAY. Steamer Florida. Fitzgerald, Fernandina and way landings—W B Barry. Steamer Isis, -* , Purygburg—C S Gads den, Agt. MEMORANDA. By Telegraph to the Homing Yew*. Tybke, February 17, 6:40 p m—Passed up. steamship C W Lord, bark Prosperida (Sp), schrs A Nebinger, Annie Bliss, Stephen Ben nett, Twenty One Friends, and one unknown. Arrived for orders, barks Lovfald (Nor), Elektra (Nor). At anchor, waiting, ship Dora, barks Bellona (Br). Vensabet (Nor). Wind NE, 24 miles; clear. New York, February 17—Arrived, Morgan City. Louise P Mallory, Isabel, Alberts Arrived out, Ethiopia, lowa, Wyoming, Gos chen, Ceap, Avarti, Phison, Saga. Homeward, August, Darien. Later—Arrived, steamship Old Dominion, Richmond. London February 17—The Spanish steamship Castilla, Mobile Jan 15 via Havana 23d, ai rived at Barcelona on the 18th inst. Qranton, February 17—Arrived 16th, bark Friedrich Perthes. Wilmington. Glasgow, February 17—Arrived, bark Clara Maria. Pensacola. Sunderland, February 17—Arrived, bark Othello, Darien. Bv Mail. Liverpool, January 29—Arrived, Glen Mon arch, Savannah. Ayr, February 9—Arrived, bark Familiens (Nor), Daiien. Bremen. February 11—Arrived, bark Betty (Ger), Savannah. Liverpool, February 10—Arrived, ship Ard more (Br), Savannah. Ix>ndon, February 10—Arrived, ship Vanadis (Nor), Savannah. Havana, February 2—Sailed, schr Mary A McCann, Apalachicola; bark Prosperdad (Sp), Savannah. Philadelphia, February 17—Cleared, schrs Mary J Castner and Hattie Turner, Savannah. Liverpool, February 11 —Arrived, bark Aline (Nor\ Darien. Deal, January 81—Anchored, Norman Mon arch, Middlesboro for Savannah. Geestemunde, January 28—Arrived, Crown, Savannah. BHIPPING AT THE PORT OP DARIEN. Darien," February 16—Arrived 12th, ship Kal liope (Nor), Christiansen, London. arrived 13th, bark Henry A Burnham, York, Savannah Arrived 14th, bark Lina Schwoon (Ger), Weg ner, Hamburg. Arrived 16th, bark Atlantic (Sw), Falck, Lon don- Cleared 12th, bark Lord Palmerston (Br), Webster, Troon, Scot. Cleared 15th, bark David McNutt (Br), Will, Sharpness. Cleared 16th, bark Equity (Nor), Knudsen, Cardiff; schr Nettie Langdon, Collins, Newpoit News, Ya. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Bark Aline (Ger), Sengstrom, at Liverpool from Darien, lost her main and mizzenmasts on the passage. Bark Ranger (of Y'armouth, N 8), Movell, from Darien Dec 11 for Amsterdam, was fallen in with Jan 16, lat 35 40, ion 41 50, dismasted and waterlogged. The crew were taken off by the bark Vasa (Nor), from Fleetwood, and brought to New York Feb 11. Schr Geo B MeFarland, Strong, Brunswick, Ga. to New Y ork, with lumber, was 12 days N of Cape Hatteraa, with NNE and NNW winds: carried away head stays; Feb 2, off Body Island, passed a quantity of lumber and a ves sel’s masthead. Sharpness Point. January 31—Bark Bella Gaditana (Sw), Brobeck, from Liverpool for Pensacola, was fallen in with in a sinking state, and her crew with great difficulty saved, Jan 11, in lat 45 N, lon 24 W, by the Abercarne. Evans, arrived here from Calcutta. The vessel when abandoned had 44 feet water in her hold, with both pumps choked; both topmasts were gone, and one man had been killed by falling from the maintop. RECEIPTS. Per steamer Florida, from Fernandina and way landings—l 2 bales sea island cotton, 10 bales hides, 150 boxes oranges, 1 show case, 8 bales moss, 5 bbls potatoes, 23 bbls syrup, 7 cases mdse. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and way landings—l bbl syrup, 71 sacks rice, 5 bales hiies, 390 sacks cotton seed, 29 pkgs glass. 19 bbls potatoes, 11 bales upland cotton, 2 bales sea island cotton, 25 pkgs mdse. Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, February 17—300 bales cotton, 13 cars lumber, 2 cars wood, 826 bbls rosin, 69 bbls spirits tur pentine, 23 bbls syrup, 2 bbls and 318 boxes fruit, 260 sacks rough rice, 8 bales hides, and mdse. Per Central Railroad, February 17—1,677 bales cotton, 35 bales yarns, 131 cases domes tics, 1 box plants. 9 cook stoves, 55 bbls whisky, 8 half bbls whisky, 1 car hay, 2 cars sacked corn. 82 boxes tobacco, 2 b machines, 3 boxes castings, 1 box eggs, 20 bdls hides, 20 tierces hams, 1 case cigars, 22 sacks rice, 8 sacks oats, 1 case dry gooos, 51 bbls cotton seed oil, 1 box drugs, 14 bdls tobacco, 18 doz brooms, 1 box books, 4 cars lumber, 83 bbls rosiu, 17 bbls spirits turpentine, 20 pkgs buggy material, 2 boxes bread, 1 box starch, 1 half bbl vinegar, 84 cases handles, 225 sacks cotton seed, 20 boxes candles, 3 bbls hams, >5 kegs and 1 pkg bungs, 1 bbl yeast powder, 3 rice drills, 3 boxed wagons, 3 bbls eggs, 3 boxes saddlery, 25 cases ergs. 115 bbls flour, 22 bags peanuts, 320 sacks flour, 4 cars bulk corn. 3 boxes chairs. PASSENGERS. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and way landings—T W Wilson, Capt Hunt, Mrs Schmidt, Mrs Ulmer, T Butler, S Warring, J (1 lover, M E Buttner. Per steamer Florida, from Fernandina and way landings—Jacob Schirmon and lady, T Mitchel and lady, Mrs E Mitohel, Mrs Little, W G Johnson and lady, Mrs Johnson, Miss H E Cotton, Mr Anesley and lady, W H Taylor, Mr Macomber and lady, Mrs McMillan, Mrs E R Durkee, Mrs Kennier. Col Geo E Gleen aßd lady. Miss Carlisle, Mr Knapp, Mr Dow, Mrs Langley, Mrs Taylor, R H Butler, E Wevill, Chas Terry, John Tompkins and lady. Miss Tompkins, T D Hawkins. Mrs Follin, J Lipp man, C W Miller, 8 D Wilson and lady, Mr Reynolds, and 11 deck, CONSIGNEES. Per steamer Florida, from Fernandina and way landings—H Myers ft Bros. Lee Roy Myers, M Y Henderson, W W Gordon ft Cos, Baltimore steamship, C H Dorsett. Bendheim Bros ft Cos. H E Cotton, M Boley, Lippman Bros, W F Bar ry, M Ferst ft Cos, Steamship City of Augusta, Boston steamship, Philadelphia steamship. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick and wav landmes- Rieser ft S. Order, Diamond B, T H McMilien & Cos, G C Gemunden, J Ryan, 5 Cohen, Savannah Oil Cos, F M Hull, Jno Flan nery ft Cos, J W Lathrop ft Cos, W A Campbell. Graham ft H. 8 G Havnes ft Bro, Lewis Joel, Mrs H Powell, J J Miller, M Ferst ft Cos, Cor mack Hopkins. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway, February 17—Fordg Office, A A Aveilhe, Hol combe, G A Cos, MY r Henderson, 8 Gucken heimer ft Cos, Dr C C Schley. J Roos. A J Miller, H A Stults ft Cos, Stern & N, Lee Roy Myers, C Annom, H Myers & Bros, EA Schwarz. F M Hull, John J McDonough, Bond ft K, CL Gil bert ft Cos, C Barnwell. Butler ft 8, Weed & C, W W Gordon & Cos, Walter ft H, C F Stubbs, *F M Farley, H M Comer ft Cos, W W Chisholm, Woods ft Cos. Chas Ellis. R W Woodbridge. C C Hardwick, M Maclean, Baldwin ft Cos, L J Guil martin ft Cos, Jno Flannery ft Cos, J W Lathrop 6 Cos. Per Central Railroad. February 17—Fordg Agt, J 8 Collins, J C Thompson, Graham ft H, M J Doyle. A H Champion, J w Schley ft Cos, Saussy ft H, 8 G Haynes ft Bro, M J Taylor ft 00, Ludden ft B, M Ferst & Cos, A Haas ft Bro, Solomon Bros, H M Comer ft Cos, A Friedenberg ft Cos, Herman Hesse, G C Gemunden, W M Da vidson, N Lang ft Bro, Palmer Bros, G Eckstein ft Cos, Mrs 8 R Goodwin, 8 Guckenheimer, A Lefiler, Rieser &8, 8 Cohen, Jno A Douglass, Schwarz ft Acosta. E A Schwarz, H L Groves, W B Mell & Cos, M Y T Henderson, Peacock, Hft Cos, Rev G C Thompson, C H Dorsett, JA O Clarke. Henry Y r onge, L Myers, Mohr Bros, D C Bacon ft Cos, Williams ft W, M Y Hender son, H Myers ft Bros, Bendheim Bros ft Cos, Weed ft C, Savannah OH Cos, W W Gordon & Cos, Wilcox, O ft Cos, L J Guilmartin ft Cos, H M Co mer ft Cos. Woods ft Cos, West Bros, English ft H, J F Wheaton, R W Woodbridge, Chas Ellis, Jno Flannery ft Cos, Paul Decker, N R Lee, Baldwin ft Cos, Peacock, Hft Cos, Order N A Hardee 8 Son ft 00, C F Stubbs, J W Lathrop ft 00, Walter ft H, F M Farley, P M Deleon, Wilder ft Cos, W W Chisholm, Newton ft K, R Mclntire ft 00, Miller ft K, J H Htidt, Davant ft W. Per steamship C W Lord, from Philadelphia— Agt C R R, Agt 8, F ft W R, Steamer St John's, Steamer Florida, Steamer David Clark, Steamer W T Wheless, Southern Ex Cos, Alexander ft M, Geo W Allen. Arkwright Cotton Mills, Ameri can Dredging Cos, O Butler, L E Byck, Brig Mary Fink, Bienkampen & Cos, Crawford & L, Collins ft Cos, Diamond C, Jno Cunningham, B J Cubbedge, Andrew Campbell, W’ M Davidson, H M Comer ft Cos, M J Doyle, C H Dorsett, Paul Decker, Jas P Davis, Capt D B Danah, G Eck stein ft 00, J H lj,till, I Epstein ft Bro, Eckman ft V, J D Fountain, J M Foreman, Gray ft O’B, S Guckenheimer ft Cos, C L Gilbert & Cos, -Dia mond G, G C Gemunden, Holcombe, Gft Cos, Wm H Grady. R Habersham’s Son ft Cos, F M Hull, H 8 Haines, Wm Hunter ft Son. A Haas ft Bro, H Hesse. Diamond H, C Hopkins, Gen H Jackson, Max Krause, Moses Krauss, J Kauf mann, E J Keiffer ft Cos. H Kuck, Lilientbal ft K, Lovell &L, Diamond L, Lippman Bros, Ludden ft B, A Leffler, Jno Lyons, Loeb ft E, Jno Lynch, Diamond L, N Lang ft Bro, D B Lester. A Minis ft Sons Mohr Bros. A H Mora les, W H Melcher, H Myers ft Bros, August Meyer. J McGrath ft Cos, Diamond M, JM ft Bro. McDonough ft B, John J McDonough, F Morgan ft Cos, W B Mell & Cos, McMilien Bros, AS Nichols, Gee N Nichols, Jno Nicolson, D O’Connor, P M Oliver. Order, Peacock, H ft Cos, Palmer Bros, H C Polize, Geo W Parish, Quan tock ft P. Rieser AS, J B Reedy, J H Ruwe, Diamond R, W H Ray, C D Rogers, R B Rep pard, Solomon Bros, Solomons ft Cos, L C Strong, E A Schwarz, Diamond S, Schwarz ft Acosta. J T Bhuptrine, Stern ft N, W G Shep pard, A D Thompson, R H Tatem, J W Tvnan, JH Von Newton, Weed ft C, A M ft C W West, RD Walker ft Son. WyllyftC, Diamond W, George Wagner, Wilcox, Gft Cos, J E Walter, Thos West. Mrs J Waldnurg, Henry Yonge, E 8 Zittrouer. ELEGANT PRESENT-48 Page Gilt Bound Autograph Album. 47 select quotations, and a32 col. story paper 15c. AM. HOME JOURNAL, West Haven, Ct. febl9-weow4t Pffliriaal. ft irRE CURE for all the disease* fer which it is recommended, and always perfseOy *qft In the hands of even the most inexperienced persons. PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN KILLER It recommended by Phyiiciarit, Ministers Missionaries, Manager* of Factories. iUarit-SAopx cm* Plantations JVwvei in Hospitals— in short by ncrybodf eserywhere who has ever given it ft trlfti. IT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF FORTY YEARS’ TRIAL. ■a m mka sm || a FH should have a place In every fiictoiy, machine-shop* M Aft Bp| sxllabb* it and mill, on every form and plantation, and in every household, ready for immediate use not only for accidents, cuts, bruises, sores, etc., but lB case of sudden sickness of any kind. ■a ja aai aV 1 1 | tD is the well-tried and trusted friend of all who wain M Aft Ip| (V | Lab Eft a sure and safe medicine which can be freely nasd internally or externally without fear of harm and with certainty of relief. Its price brings it within the reach of and it will annually save many times lta COM In doctor*’ bfils For sale by all druggists at sc. 50c. and SI.OO per bottle. PERRY DAVIS A SON, Proprietors, Providence, R. I. mhl2-F.M&W,Iy __________________ nn^^lllß FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. The most acceptable preparation in the known world. By adding to TOLU ROCK and RYE a little LEMON JUICE, you have an EXCELLENT APPETIZER and TONIC, for general and family use. The immense and increasing sales and the numerous testimonials received daily are the best evidences of its virtues and popularity. Put up in QUART aize bottles, giving MORE for the money than any article in the market. Ii t TTrjl I| | V Don’t be deceived by unprincipled dealers who try to palm off upon hjtx U L xUil • y OU common Rock and Rye in place of our TOLU ROCK and RYE which is the only medicated article made, the genuine having a government stamp on each bottle Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF INTERNAL REVENUE, (. "Washington, D. C., January 26, 1880. j Messrs. Laicrence dtMartin, 111 Madison street, Chicago, III.: Gentlemen— This compound, in the opinion of this office, would have a sufficient quantity of the BASAM OF TOLU to give it all the advantages ascribed to this article in pectoral com- Slaints. while the whisky and the syrup constitute an emulsion, rendering it an agreeable reme yto the patient. Compounded according to the formula, it may properly be classed as a medicinal preparation under the provisions of the U. 8. Revised Statutes, and when so stamped, may be sold by druggists, apothecaries and other persons without rendering them liable to pay special tax as liquor dealers. Yours respectfully, (Signed) GREEN B. RAUM, Commissioner. LAWRENCE ft MARTIN, Proprietors, Chicago, Ills. H. Myers c to Bros., Sole Agents for Savannah and the State of Florida. Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. For sale by SOLOMONS ft CO. and LIPPMAN BROS., who will supply the trade at manufacturers’ prices. seplo-W,F&MIy iftrelru, &r. HOLIDAY Cllillb! FISK STOCK! Japp loTies, Vases, 1. AN IMMENSE BTOCK OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY. EXAMINE GOODS AND PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. Samuel JP. I lami l i on, dec23tr BULL AND BROUGHTON STREETS. M. STErHVBBR.Gr, 24 BARNARD STREET, SAVANNAH, GA., Has always on hand a full assortment of these celebrated WATCHES, in gold and silver cases, at THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. feb!2-tf A. L. DESBOUILLONS, JEWELER AND DEALER IN Waltham and Elgin Watches, FINE GOLD JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, AGENT FOR THE PIONEER WATCH. STERLING SILVERWARE. TRIPLE PLATED WARE. FRENCH AND AMERICAN CLOCKS. GOLD-HEADED CANES. BTAR SPECTACLES, OPERA MANUFACTURER OF FLORIDA GLASSES. JEWELRY. 21 BILL STREET, OPPOSITE SCREVEN HOUSE. nova-W.F&Mtf WM. M. DAVIDSON, 158 BRYAN STREET, Established in 1544, and Sole Agent of JOHN GIBSON’S SON & CO.’S Celebrated Nonongahela, 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 MESSRB. 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. (Brain and ffroristons. ENTERPRISE MILLN, SAUSSY & HARMON, PROPRIETORS. ' GRITS, MEAL, FEED, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN OFFICE, 109 BAY STREET. MILL AND ELEVATOR, S., F. &W. RAILWAY DEPOT. DOv3o-tf mint &c. CELEBRATED Siei® Fit! J HAVE by the application of this Paint to TIN ROOFS during the past twelve years fully proven that it is SUPERIOR to anything yet used in this city for preservation of tin roofs. It is most DURABLE, as proven by ACTUAL USAGE, and has in every instance given per fect satisfaction. I am prepared to paint tin roots on reasona ble terms, and solicit the patronage of those who wish to preserve their roofs. CORHACK HOPKINS, NO. 167 BROUGHTON STREET. Jan29-tf YOUR PROPERTY. YOUR HEALTH, AND YOUR LIFE ARE IN DANGER IF YOU BURN BAD KEROSENE OIL. THE HOME LIGHT OIL! WHICH we call your attention to: Perfect in every particular—not one fault can be found with it. It stands a fire test of 150 degrees, therefore cannot explode. A lighted lamp may be broken without fear. It burns in ordinary lamps, with a clear, brilliant flame, until the Oil is all consumed, and when used in a night lamp does not emit any odor. It is not necessary to keep the lamp full, and does not require any change of burners. The Oil wilt burn longer without trimming the w ick than any Oil made, as it does not crust. By actual comparison it will be found as white as pure water. This is obtained by removing all the impurities found in the common Oil. It costs you no more than common Oil, as it burns one fourth longer, and you get a better light for your money. The best goods are always the cheapest. You will always find the quality the same, and that you save much labor in cleaning chimneys. Please give it one trial with a clean lamp and new wick. ANDREW HANLEY, Sole Agent, No. 6 Whitaker street, jan29-tf Savannah. Qa. (Established 1840.) Steamboat and Hill Supplies TUCK’S PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS BOARD PACKING. GUM PACKING. ITALIAN HEMP PACKING. eagle packing. SOAP STONE PACKING. OLIVER'S PAINT AND OIL STORE NO. 5 WHITAKER STREET. novl7-tf CHRIS. MURPHY, (ESTABLISHED 1886.) House, Sign, Fresco & Banner PAINTING. —DKALKR IN— RAILROAD, MILL and STEAMBOAT SUP PLIES, PAINTS. OILS, GLABB, PUTTY, VAR NIBHES, BRUSHES. MIXED PAINTS, BURN ING and ENGINE OILS, NEATSFOOT OIL, AXLE GREASE. LADDERS, all kinds and size# 142 St. Julian and 141 Bryan streets. mh22-fcf JOHN G. BUTLEK, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In White Lead, Oils, Colors, glass, Etc HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING. SOLE Agent for the GEORGIA LIME, CAL CINED PLASTER, CEMENTS, HAIR, LAND PLASTER, etc. Bole Agent for F. O. PIERCE & CO. *8 PURE PREPARED PAINTB. One hundred dollars guarantee that this Paint con tains neither water or benzine, and Is the only guaranteed Paint in the market. lel9-tf No. 22 Dravton street. Savannah. Ga. gttbUfatiottig. THE TIMBER CiZETTE, DAKIEX, GEORGIA, RICHARD W. GRUBB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. AN INDEPENDENT Democratic Newspaper. Published EVERY FRIDAY MORNING at Darien, Mclntosh county, Ga. The TIMBER GAZETTE circulates on the Altamaha, Ocmul gee. Oconee and their branches. Besides, it has a good circulation in Mclntosh, Glynn, Liberty and Chatham counties on the seaboard. It is the only paper published in Darien, the great timber and lumber port of the Southern coast. It is edited with a full appreciation of the situa tion. It contains timber news from all im portant points; social gossip from the same source; movement of vessels taking timber cargoes; the quotations of the timber market; discussion on all topics pertaining to the tim ber interest, and a fair showing of general State and National affairs. It is a good paper and an excellent advertising medium for reach ing the people ot its region by advertisement. The GAZETTE is an Independent Democratic paper, with conservative ideas and liberal in tone. Its columns are always open to all par ties for discussing public matters. On the 7th of January last the GAZETTE commenced the publication of a series of sketches of the promi nent newspaper men of the State, anew fea ture in Georgia journalism, and one that will awaken anew Interest in successful newspaper men. Subscription 50 per annum, cash in advance, RICHARD W. GRUBB, Darien, Mclntosh county, Ga feb!4-6t&w4t IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. The Alabama State Gazetteer AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY _ IS NOW IN COURSE OF PUBLICATION AND WILL BE ISBUED IN APRIL THIS TEAR. XTO Btate Directory has ever been published It that will cover so vast a field, or beef such great usefulness to the Business Men as the Directory of Alabama. The work will be so arranged as to meet the every day wants of the Business Community and Traders. Asa Book of Reference It will be Invaluable. To the Business Man, as an Advertising Me dium, it can have no equal; for the whole SUte, besides theprineipal cities of the North, South, East and West will be canvassed; hence a circulation among thousands of persons to whom, at a very trifling cost, you can make known your business. It wifi contain over 1,000 pages, over 30,000 planters' names, with P. O. address, sketch of every town, village and hamlet, with popula tion, leading industries, shipping directions, etc.; list of all merchants, manufacturers, pro fession al and business men; State, county and city officials; courts, with time and places of meeting; railroads, rivers and islands. In a word, the publisher intends making this publi cation so valuable a compendium of informa tion as will entitle it to the support of all busi ness men throughout the country. For fur ther information, address ROSS A. SMITH, Publisher. Exchange Hotel. Montgomery, Ala.; also publisher of the South Carolina Directory, which is now on sale. Jan26-W,FAMIm jfttii | ***** WAG-NHR'S 5 Opporite PulaaW Ha—a. nov2s-tf _ Fresh Flower and Garden Seeds A K LIVER INVIGORATOB, ftOBTETTER’S DRAKE'S and HOP BITITERB, in store ana for sale by G. M. HEIDT & CO., Druggists. febH-tf Savannah, Florida and Western Railway. Gechui. Manaoxb’s Omoa, I Savanna*. Kay SM.iSSO. f rur aad after SUNDAY, Mayß3d, 1880, Fa a- U senger trains on this Road will ran as follows* NIGHT HXFUSS. Imw Savannah dally at 4:30 r. a Arrive at Jesnpdaily at 7:30 r. u Arrive at Tbomasviue dally at,.... 6:20 a k Arrive at Bainbridga dally at 9:30 a a Arrive at Albany daliy at —10:26 a a Arrive at Live Oak daily at 8:00 a a Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7:00 a a Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7:60 a a Leave Tallahassee daily at 6KB r. a Leave Jacksonville daily at.... 5:30 p. x Leave Live Oak dally at tl :15 p. n Leave Albany daily at 4KB p. a Leave Bainbrldge daily at 4:00 p. a Leave ThomasviUe daily at. 7:30 p. M Leave Jesap daily at 6:30 a a Arrive at Savannah daily at 9:00 a a No change of cars between Savannah and Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily between Savannah and Jacksonville. Sleeping cars ran through to and from Savan nah and Albany, and Jacksonville and Albany without change. Passengers from Savannah for Fernandina Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this train. Passengers for Darien take this train. Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick aks this train, arriving at Brunswick 8:00 a M. Passengers leave Brunswick at 8 ;00r. x., ar rive at Savannah 9:00 a m. Fassengars leaving Macon at T:ls a X. (daily including Sunday) connect at Jesnp with this Wain for Florida Passengers from Florida by this train conned at Jesap with train arriving in Maocn at 6:86 p K. (daily including Sunday). Connect at Albany with passenger trains both ways on Southwestern Railroad to and from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, etc. Mail steamer leaves Bainbrldge for Apolachi oola every Sunday and Thursday evening; for Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday after noon. Close connection at Jacksonville dally (Sum days excepted) for Green Cove Springs. 8t Augustine, Paiatka, Enterprise, and all landings on St. John’s river. Trains on B. and A. R. B. leave junction, go ing west, at 11:37 ax., and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. X., daily, except Sunday. Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Berths scoured at Bren’s Tioket Office. No. 88 Bull street, and at Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Passenger Depot ACCOMMODATION TRAIN-EASTERN DI VISION. Leave Savannah, Sandoraexcepted, at 7:00 a k Leave Mclntosh, " “ 9:40 AX Leave Jesnp ** “ 18:80 p. x Leave Black shea? “ “ 3:06 p. x Arrive at Dupont ** “ 7:00 p. x Leave Dupont “ “ 5:30 a X Leave Blacksheas “ “ 9:60 ax Leave Jesnp “ “ l:00p. x Leave Mclntosh “ 3:06 p. x Arrive at Savannah M 5:40 p. x WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Dupont Sundays exoepted, at 6.-00 ax Leave Valdosta, “ “ B:I7AX Leave Quitman, “ “ 9:45 a M Arrive at ThomasviUe, “ “ 12:00 x Leave ThomasviUe, “ “ 8:30 p. x Leave Camilla, “ “ 6:23 p. x Arrive at Albany, “ “ 7:l’- p. x Leave Albany, “ “ 630 A X Leave Camilla, “ “ 8:48 A X Arrive at Thomasville, “ “ 11:80 ax Leave Thomas* ille, “ “ 1:45 p. x Leave Quitman, “ “ 3:53 p. x Leave Valdosta, “ ” 5:17 p. x Arrive at Dupont “ “ 7:30 p. x J. S. Tyson, Master of Transportation. H. B. HAINES, mv2s-tf General Manager. Central (Southwestern R.R’ds. Savannah, Ga, February 3d, 1881. ON and after SUNDAY, January 30th, 1881. passenger trains on the Central and South western Railroads and branches will run At follows: TRAIN NO. I.—GOING NORTH AND WEBT. Leaves Savannah 9:20 a X Leaves Augusta. 9:30 a x Arrives at Augusta 4:45 p. u Arrives at Macon 6:45 p. x Leaves Macon for Atlanta .. ... 8:15 p. x Arrives at Atlanta 3:40 a X Leaves Macon for Columbus and Montgomery daily 7:20 p. x Arrives at Columbus dally 2:25 a. m Arrives at Montgomery dally 9:40 a. m Making close connection at Atlanta with West ern and Atlantic and Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line for all points West and North. COMING SOUTH AND EAST. Leavee Atlanta 12 20 a k Arrives at Macon 6:30 a X Leaves Montgomery for Macon daily. 5:00 p. x Leaves Columbus daily 12:08 a. x Arrives at Macon daily 6:45 a. h Leaves Macon 7:10 a X Arrives at Mlliedgevilie... 9:44 ax Arrives at Eutonton II :30 a X Arrives at Augusts 4:45 p. x Arrives at Savannah. 3:45 p. x Leaves Augusta 9:30 a k Maklngconnection at Savannah with the Sa vannah, Florida and Western Railway for aU points in Florida. TRAIN NO. 8-GOING NORTH AND WEST. Leaves Savannah 7:30 p. x Arrives at Augusta 5:40 a x Leavee Augusta 8:30 p. X Arrives at MlliedgevlUe 9:44 a X Arrives at Eaton ton H:SO a X Arrives at Maccn 7 20 A X Leaves Macon for Atlanta 8:00 a m Arrives at Atlanta 12:50 p. x Leaves Macon for Albany and Enfaula 8 45 a X Arrives at Eufaula. 4:15 p. x Arrives at Albany 3 53 p. x Leaves Maoon for Columbus 8:15 a x Arrives at Columbus. 1:40 p. x Trains on this schedule for Maoon, Atlanta, Columbus, Eufaula, Albany and Augusta daily, making dose connection at Atlanta with Western and Atlantic and Atlanta and Char lotte Alr-Llne. At Eufaula with Montgomery and Enfanla 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 Enfaula train oonnects at Fort Valley for Per ry dally (except Sunday), and at Cuthbert for Fort Gaines dally (except Sunday.) Train on Blakely Extension runs daily (ex cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and daily (except Monday) from Arlington to Al bany. COMING SOUTH AND EAST. Leaves Atlanta 8:15 p. x Arrives at Maocn from Atlanta 6:55 p. u Leaves Albany 12:02 p. x Leaves Eufaula 12.00 x Arrives at Maoon from Eufaula and Albany 6:35 p. x Leaves uolumbua !1 :t0 a x Arrives at Maoon from Columbus 5:10 p. x Leave* Macon. 7:35 p. k Arrives at Augusta ........ 6:40 a x Leavee Augusta. 3:30 p. x Arrives at Savannah 7:15 a m Passengers for Mi Hedge vflie and Eatonton will take train No. £ from Savannah, and train No. 1 from Maoon, which trains oonnect daily, exoept Monday, for these points. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to Cincinnati via Macon, Atlanta and Cincinnati Southern Railway on 7 30 p. x. train. Local Sleeping Cars on aU night trains be tween Savannah and Augusta, Augusta and Maoon, 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. Whitxhkad, WILLIAM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Bupt., Savannah. J. C. Shaw, W. F. BHELLMAN, Gen. Trav. Agt. Bupt B. W. R. 8., Maoon, Go. janSl-tf Charleston & Savannah Ry. Cos. Otficx Ohablxstoh & Savannah By. Oo„ 1 Savannah. Ga. February 2,1881. f COMMENCING SUNDAY, February 6th, 5:36 a. x., Trains will depart and arrive as follows, from rASSENGER DEPOT 8., F. & W. Ry.: VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Going North. Leave Savannah 5:35 a. x. and 3:15 p. x. Arrive Charleston... 11:35 a. x. and 8:30 p. x. Arrive Wilmington.. 7:43 p. x. and 6:20 a. x. Arrive Weldon 1:42 a. x. and 12:40 p. x. Arrive Richmond... 4:57 a. x. aud 4:39 p. m. Arrive Washington. 9:17 a. m. and 9:25 p. x. Arrive Baltimore. ..12:00 x. and 11:35 p. m. Arrive Philadelphia. 2:55 p. x. 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. x. Coming South. Leave Charleston. 7:00 ax. and 4:40 p. x. Arrive Savannah... 1:20 p. x. and 11 00 p. x. On 3:15 p. x. train from Savannah through Pullman Sleepers to New York without change. VIA MAGNOLIA ROUTE. Leave Bavannah. 5 35 a.m. Arrive Augusta 2:35 p. x. Arrive New York 6:50 a m. Leave Savannah 3:15 p. x. Arrive Port Royal 9:40 p.m. Leave Augusta 1:45 p. x. Arrive Savannah 11:00 p. x. Leave Port Royal 7:00 a.m. Arrive Savannah 1:20 p.m. Tickets and Sleeping Berths at Bren’s, 22 Bull street, and at Depot. C. 8. GADSDEN, Sup’t 8. C. Boylston, G. T. A. feb4-tf Mitt jfltg, &(. EUREKA POTS! Pocket Stores A MRS. POTTS’ COLD HANDLE Smoothing Irons. —AT— Crockerj House of JAS. S. SILVA, 140 BROUGHTON STREET. febli-NATeltf KIESLINC’S NURSERY* WHITE BLDIT ROAD. PLANTS, ROSES and CUT FLOWERB. All AT orders left at Savannah Newa Depot, cor ner Bull and York streets, promptly filled Übl7-*f GUSTAVS KIES LING, Propr. Sftippittfl’ SAVANNAH AND SEW YORK. Ora Steams® Conpy. CABIN $ EXCURSION 32 maun THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CITY OF AUGUSTA, Captain Nickkr son, SATURDAY, February 19, at 10KB A M. G ATE CITY, Captain Dagoktt, WEDNES DAY, February 28, at 2 p. h. CITY OF MACON, Captain Ksxfton,SAT URDAY, February 26, 1881, at 4:30 P. M. CITY OF COLUMBUS, Captain Fishkr, WEDNESDAY, March 2, at 7K r. x. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the United Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to oVm. SORREL, Agent, aug-36 City Exchange Building. Merchants’ and Miners' Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN PABBAGE 15 00 SECOND CABIN ~~ 12 60 EXCURSION OO The steamships of the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company are appointed to sail as follows: SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, FRIDAY, February 18th, at 8:00 A M. WM. KENNEDY, (This steamer does not carry passengers.) Capt. H. D. FOSTER, TUESDAY. February 22d, at 1:00 p. x. Through bills lading given to all points West, til the manufacturing towns in New England, and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pas senger tickets issued to Pittsbirg, Cincinnati, Chicago and all points Went and Northwest JAB. B. WEST A CO., Agents, feb!7-tf H 4 Bav street FOK BOSTON DIRECT. CABIN PASSAGE sl6 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 OO Botitea and Savannah Steamship Line, F WORCESTER, Captain D. H. HEDGE, WEDNESDAY, February 23d, at 2:00 p. X. THROUGH bills of lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, to Liverpool by the Cunard, Warren and Leylaad lines. The ships of this line oonnect at their wharf with all railroads leading out ot Boston. RICHARDSON A BARNARD, Agents. F. NICKERSON A 00., Agents. Boston. febl7-tf Philadelphia & Southern MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE. Leaving Each Port ETery Saturday. FIRST CLASS PASSAGE $lB 00 SECOND CLASS PASSAGE .. 14 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 00 CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK VIA PKIT4 DELPHI A. 80 Ct EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOR THREE MONTHS IROM DATE OF ISSUE) 80 Of' Through bills lading given to all 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 FIBBT-CUSB STEAMSHIP C. W. LORD, Captain COLTON, TXTILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, TV February 19, 1881, at 10 o’clock a. m For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to WM. HUNTER A SON, feb!4 td Agents. MORGAN LINE c. S. MAIL, STEAMSHIPS WILL leave Cedar Keys for New Orleans EVERY FRIDAY; for Key West and Havana EVERY SATURDAY. FW passage apply to LEVE & ALDEN, Sa vannah, or PARSONS & HALE, Agents, jan2o-3m Cedar Key, Fla. NXIW YORK. AMSTERDAM AND ROTTERDAM The first-class steamers of this line, AMSTERDAM, ROTTERDAM, SCHIEDAM. P. CALAND, W. A. BCHOLTEN, MAAS, Leave Company’s Pier, Jersey City, regularly WK DNESDAYS First Cabin S6O-S7O. Second Cabin *4s—*so. 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 jtafr f troth, A DELICIOUS DRINK For Use in Families, Hotels, Clubs, Parties , Etc, SET” MB fi HUB fiPUNCH e. n. graves <&**<* The “Hub Punch” ha. lately been introduced, and meets with marked popular favor. It is Warranted to Contain only the Best of Liquors, United with Choice Fruit Juices and Granulated Sugar. It is ready on opening, and will Ije found an agree able addition to the choice things which undenia bly enlarge the pleasures of life and encourage good fellowship and good nature if rightly enjoyed. GOOD AT ALL TIMES Just the Thing to Keep in Wine Cellars. Sideboards not Complete Without Hub Punch It can be used Clear or with Fresh Milk, Ice, Soda, or Hot Water, Lemonade, or with Fine Ice, to Suit the Taste. Sold by leading Wine Merchants, Grocers, Hote 1 and Druggists everywhere. janl9-W,FAM6m PfdiciaaL A POSITIVE CURE Without medicines, . Allan’s Soluble medicated Bougies. Patented Oct. 16,1876. One box. No. 1 will cure any case in four days or less. No. 2 will cure the most obstinate case, no matter of how long standing. No nauseous doses of cubebe, copaiba, or oil of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Price $1 50. Sold by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of price. For further particulars send for circulars. J. C. ALLAN CO.. P. O. Box 1533. 88 John st., New York. deelO-F.M&WSm RTLST’e Manual of Oil and Water Cole* Painting, Crayon Drawing, etc., 50c. Guide to Authorship, 50c. Of booksellers or by mail. JESSE HANKY & CO., 11# Nassau street, New York. !•*■* upping, SavannahjSrilhari^ STEAM PACKET ST. Captain LEO VOGEI Will leave For p And Intermediate Landing? o oßf *‘*#l and Charleston, 8.C., from Dvlt. - foot of Abercora street, as follow*. " V ' h *riJ ~TRO~M SAVA.VNiH FOK FLORIDA. CHAr.LXHT (N : Ai^ " " ■ —■ - _ T“.f Connecting at FernaDdina'withTlf for Waldo, Gainesville, Ceiar K jtF ßl 'Rom and Key West. rKe .V Close connection mads rr'th for Enterprise, MeUouvllle tad u, ne *fci Undings on the Upper St. steamers for the Ocklawaha Glass passenger aceommodatlocs V Fl m tickets and state rooms secured In's motion furnished at office, Brvan streets, Pulaski House Bnll *6 Freight received daily, except a,,„A /NO. F. ROBERTSON, LEVI J. GAZAN. G. T A. o *®* oßwh wf. -— IMPORTANT N'OTitf Sea Island R 0 Georgia and Florida inj a ,, STEAMBOAT COMPAQ The New Elegant ' STEAMER FLOHim C'XPRESSLY built for the Inside Rout* i 1 leave Savannah for Florida every TOoSh I®l' 1 ® 1 ' THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTnX&i from wharf foot Linoo:n street STEAMER DAVID CURK SooTs™' 1 ,;; t boy, Darien, St. Simon’s and Hrunv.vte* , connecting with the Brunswick and ail® 1 Railroad for all points on line of r nections made at Fernandina with Railroad for Jacksonville and all DoinJ John’s river, and for Waldo, Orange iL 81 Gainesville, Cedar Keys. Tampa, Key wJ^ 9l vana. New Orleans, and Pensacola Flq r l, staterooms and tickets to all pom' s nro 2! General Office of LEVE A ALDE\ Bull and Bryan streets. 1 cor# * J. N HARRIMAN, Man,, a.i.evK.o?/ BARBI - u "‘ls reculakPune —FOX— St. Cathar lie’s, Doboy, Union Island, Darien, St. hiroon’g. and Landings on SatilS River. The Steamer CentennitL Capt. WM. C. ULMO, ' WILL leave for above points everv TDEB. DAY AFTERNOON at 4 o’clock Shippers are particularly requested to hrn freight on wharf before that time Agent at Darien, C. M. QUARTERMa.V aug!9-tf J. P. CH Agent For Augusta and Way Landings. THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMER WM, T. WIIELEBS, CAPTAIN W. T. GIBSON. WILL leave Kelly’s wharf EVERY TUES DAY AFTERNOON at 5 o’clock for kl gusta and way landings. All freight payable by shippers. H. M. COMER & CO., Agent., Janll-tf HO Bay street From Savannah to St. Catha rine’s, Doboy, Darien, St. Simon’s, Brunswick and a^^^^^ng^oiiSatiUa. The Steamer Carrie, CAPT. W. G. LEE, WILL run regularly, leaving Savannah every v Monday Afternoon at 4 o’clock for above points, and on Friday for Brunswick and intec nr.e iiate landings only. Rates of freight as low as by any other line. For information concern ing freight or passage apply to H. M. COMES & CO.. Agents. feblT-tf SAVE TRANSFER OF FREIGHT, FOR ST. CATHARINE’S, DOBOY, DARIEN AND LANDINGS ON ALTAMAHA, OC MULGEE AND OCONEE RIVEBB. THE Steamer CUMBERLAND, Capt. J. W, Mathkwß. will make regular trips to above mint *. Freight for all points, with the eicep lon of Darien, must be paid here. jan!4-tf J. P. CHASE. Agent Florida, Nassau, Matanzas. IjMRST-CLASS steamships of the Malloiy Lin* leave Fernandina February 13 and 27, and every two weeks thereafter for Nassau, N. P, and Matanzas, Cuba. Savannah to Nassau excursion $55. State rooms and tickets at LIVE & ALDEN’S, corner Bull and Bryan streets C. H. MALLORY & CO, janß-tf General Agents, New York. JOHN FLANNERY. JOHN L. JOHNSOK. JOHN FLANNERY & 10. Cotton Factors —AND — Commission Merchants, NO. 3 KELLY’S BLOCK, BAY STREET, Savannah, AGENTB for JEWELL’S MILLS YARSS and DOMEBTICB. etc., etc. , w BAGGING AND TEES FOR BALE AT LO W EST MARKET RATES. , PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALb BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US. „ LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CO* SIGNMENTS. *l^. ... II ■ N N ■ M II WM. W. GORDON. UK.NrtT BRl eßi,t W.W. GORDON &CO. (Suceessom to Tison & Gordon), Cotton Factors —AND— Commission Merchants) NO. 112 BAY ST.. SAVANNAH, GA LOANS MADE UPON SATISFACTORY AS SURANCE OF COTTON SHIPMENTS s . VERY FULL ADVANCES MADE ON tve SIGNMENTS OF COTTON. rT ia. BAGGING AND TIES FURNISHED TOMERS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES g JAS. W. SCHLEY A CO-, 172 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH GA, General Comni’a Merchants, OFFER: OAAA BUBHELB Choice Rust-proof 0-iTS ZUUU 500 bushels COW PEAS 250 bales Prime Timothy HAY. 300 bales Prime Northern IIAY. 8,000 bushels CORN. 4.000 bushels OATB. 40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN. 12,000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES. 20,000 pounds SMOKED SIDES. (<KE p Also, MEAL, GRITS, FLOUR, CBAIK* CORN and CORN EYF.S, j. w. tynaw ENGINEER AND MACHINIST, Cor. West Broad and Indian Street REPAIRS ALL KINDS OF Machinery, Boilers, Etc dec27-tf li