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THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1881. . tfommimai. SAVANNAH MARKET. OFFICE OF THE MORMVO NEWS, 1 SAVA.XXAH, April ST, 1881, 4 P. M. f Cottox.—The market opened at 10 a. m. easy and closed this evening quiet and unchanged. * The sales for the day were 630 bales. We * quote: t Middling Fair Good Middling Middling 10)4 Law Middling. 0)4 * Good Ordinary Sea Islands. —There was nothing done in this market to-day. The offerings are composed almost entirely of the poorer grades, for which there is not much demand. We quote: Carts and Common Georgias. 15®13 Common Fioridas, nominal 2f>®2l Medium Fioridas 23®s* Good Fioridas 1 Medium line Fioridas '. v 0 oto -k Fine Fioridas, nominal I Extra fine Fioridas, nominal j Comparative Cotton Mtatement. Heceipts, KxporU, and Stock on hand April 27, 1881, and for tho tame time lent year, 1880-81. lE7D-80. Sea Sea Aland. Upland. Aland. Upland. Stock on hand Sept. 1 M 10.R88 11 1.522 Received previously ...... 12,870 813,55‘Ji 11,580 ?C9,447 Total 12,943 825,1)5 11,591 711.149 Exported to day 11 1 2.2 ,1 5 Exported previously 12,655 791,501 11,563 6)0,861 Total 12,667 793,806, 11,363 690,861 Stock on hand and on ship board Api 11 27 1. 276 31,329 228 20,288 Bice.-—There was a very good demand for this grain to-day. Some 490 barrels were sold, the market closing steady. We quote: Com 454 ©4)6 Fair 5)6 ©554 Good ... Prime 6'd©69fc Choice 6>*@e* Bough Country 1 oo£l 05 Carolina crop 1 23©1 65 Navi,Stores.—Some 270 barrels rosin.grades E to window glass, were sold at quotations, the market closing very Arm for the liner grades and steady for the poorer. The market for spirits turpentine is Arm at present quotations. The sales to-day were 15 casks at our figures. The receipts for the day were 432 bbls. spirits turpentine and 1.568 t>bls. rosin. We quote: Ro sins—D 51 50. ES' 55. FBl 60©1 65. Usl 70. H $1 85, I $2 03. K 52 25, M 82 51, N 82 75, window glass 13 10®3 12)4. Spirits turpentine—Oils and whiskys 35c., regulars 36c. STNAX Jl4L.—Steri ag Kxchange—Sixty day bills, with bills lading attached. 84 80. New York sight exchange buying at par and selling at )4 per cent, premium. Stocks and Bonds. City Bonds. Market steady. Atlanta" per cent.. 107 bid. 10S asked: .Atlanta 6 per cent., 1(2 bid. 103 is.ed: Atlanta 8 per cent., 112 bid, 114 asked; Augusta 7 pel cent., 109 bid, 112 asked. Au gusta 6 per cent., HO bid. IC6 asked. Colum bus 7 per cent.. 8l bid. 85 asked. Macon 7 per cent., 98 hid. 100 asked. New Savannah £ per cent. 88)4 hid. 69 asked. State Bonds. —Market quiet Georgia new 6s, 1889, 111)4 bid, 112 asked: Georgia 6 per cent.,coupons reb. ana aug.,maturity 1880ana 1886, lOOaP’B bid, 101%110 asked; Georgia mort gage on W. & A. Railroad regular 7 per cent., ooupons January and July, maturity 1886,110)4 bid. 111 asked; GeoigiaT percent gold.com pons quarterly, 117)4 bid, 118 asked; Georgia 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1396, 124 hid, 125)6 asked Railroad Stocks.— The market is quiet but firm. Augusta £ Savannah 7 per cent guaran teed. 124 old. 125 asked. Central common. 145 bid, 145)4 asked. Georgia common, 154 bid, 155 asked. Southwestern 7 percent, guaranteed, 123 bid. 124 asked. Railroad Bonds. Market firm. Atlan tic & Gulf Ist mortgage c m miniated 7 per cent., coupons January an! July, matu rity 1897. 112 bid. 114 asked. Atlantic A Gulf endorsed city of Savannah 7 per cent., con pons Jan. and July, maturity 1879, 74 bid. 76 aski'i. Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1593, 117 bid. 118 asked. Georgia per cent., couxms Jan. and July, maturity, ICS bid. 106 is Seed. Mobile & Girard 2d mort gage endorsed 3 percent., coupons Jan. and July, maturity 1389. 118 bid. 119 asked. Montgomery and Eufvula Ist mort gage 6 pel cent., end. by Central Railroad, 106)4 bid, 106)4 asked. Charlotte. Columbia & Augusta Ist m tg’e, 113 bid. 110)4 asked. Char lotte. Columbia & Augusta ad mortgage. 101 bid. 102 asked. Western Alabama 2d mt’ge, end. 8 per cent., 117)4 bid. 118)4 asked. South Georgia A Florida en iorsed, 113 bid, 114 asked: South Georgia & Florida 2d mort gage, 102 bid. 103 asked- Bacon —Market firm. We quote: Clear rib sides shoulders, 7c; bams, 12c: dry salted clear rib sides, 9)4c.; long clear. 9J4c. Bagoiso and Ties.—Denand light; stock ample. We quote: Two-and-a-quarter pounds at 1214 c.; two-pounds at ll)4c.; one-and-three-quarter-pounds, at 10)4c. Iron Tiei-$1 9(4®.! 00 bundle, according to brand and quantity. Pieced ties, $1 50,2,1 60. Dry Goods —The market is auiet and un changed; stocks full. We quote: Prints, 5© 6)4c.; Georgia brown shirting, 34, 5)4<5.; % do., 6Vic.; 44 orowu sheeting, 7)4c.; white osna burgs. #©U>Uc.;checks, 7)6®594c.: yarns, 8100 for best makes: brown dril.ings. B®9e. f^ora. —The market is very firm; stock am ple. We quote: Superfine, 85 04®5 50; extra $6 00®6 50; fancy, $3 75®9 50: family, 87 00® 7,50; extra family, |7 SG®B 04; bakers'. $7 50. Grain. —Corn—Market well stocked; fair de mand; White ?4®76e.; mixed 72®73c. Oats, 54®55c. Hat. —Market firm; stock light: good de mand. We quote, at wholesale: Northern, none in market; Eastern, 81 45; Western, $1 40. Hioes, Wool, etc.—Hides—The market for hides is easv; stock light. We quote: Dry flint, 13)4c.; salted, 9)42U1)4c. Wool—Nothing doing; we quote: Unwashed, free of burrs, Sri me lots, 25c.; burry wool, 10©2V\ Tallow, j.; wax, 20c.; deer skins, 40c.; otter skins, 25c. ©ss °°- Lard.—The market i3 firm, n e quote: In tierces, tubs and kegs, 12)6c. FREIGHTS. Lumber.— By Sail.— The coastwise offerings are not equal to shippers’ requirements, and arrivals command ready business at an advance. West India and South American cargoes are also offering. Our figures include the range of Savan nah, Darien and Brunswick, from 50c. to 81 being paid here for change of loading port. We quote: To Baltimore and Chesapeake porta, $550 ©6 50; to Philadelphia. $6 U4®7 (44: to New York and Sound ports, $6 50®7 50; to Boston and eastward. $7 00®9 00; to St. John, N. 8., $S 00®9 00; ITimber 81 <*l higher than lumber rates]; to the V\ est Indies and windward, 87 00®9 00; to South America sl9 00; to Spanish ports, 814 50®15 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber 345.. lum ber £5 ss. ®£s 10s. Naval Stores.—Sail.—Rosin and spirits, 3s. 3d.®ss. 3d. to United Kingdom or Continent; to New York 40e. on rosin, 60c. on spirits. Steam.—To New York, rosin, 40c., spirits 80c.; to Philadelphia, rosin 30c.: spirits 80c.; to Bal timore, rosin 40c., spirits 75c.; to Boston, rorin 45c., spirits 50c. STEAK. Cotton— Liverpool, direct 13*32d Bremen, direct *3-33d Liverpool, via New \ ork, lb 11-&d Liverpool, via Baltimore, $ 6 13-32d Liverpool, via Boston, 9 t>.... ...... 961 Liverpool, via Philadelphia, ¥©• •• • 10-32d Antwerp, via Philadelphia. $ 8> 15-16 c Havre, via New York, V ®> 1316 c Bremen, via Sew York, f Jb fie Bremen, via Baltimore. # H>.. 7-Mjd Amsterdam, via New York, v ®.... 31-<>4d Hamburg, via New York, $ tt> 15-16 c Boston, f bale-... *} <5 Sea Island. # bale 1 75 New York, bale 150 Sea Island, bale 150 Philadelphia, V bale 1 50 Sea Island, ¥ bale 1 50 Baltimore, $ bale 1 50 Providence, 9 bale 2 00 BY SAIL Liverpool - Bremen - B New York. $ cask $1 50 New York, barrel 60 Philadelphia, V cask 1 50 Baltimore, Y? cask 150 Boston, 1i cask 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Turkeys, alive, pair 81 ft 3 00 Grown Fowls, V pair ™® Half-grown, YP P“ r J 5 ® ~ Three-quarters grown, V pair... . 50 O *>s Daessea *>■ - * ® -• Dressed chickens, slb l6 ® .. Eggs, V Butter, mountain, $ 8>.......... M A) Pea uts, Tennessee, bushel... 90 © hand-picked Virginia,!* bu. 1 35 © Florida Sugar, 5 ft 8 2 8 Bweet Potatoes, $> bushel 75 ©sl 00 Poultry.—Market fully suppplied; good de nmnd. Egos.—Market overstocked; downward ten *&,*.—a article in demand—not much on the market. Paaxcrs.-Market fully supplied; demand ight. Syrup.—Georgia and Florida in fair demand nd supply. , _ . Sugar. —Georgia and Florida scarce, and very little demand. 3X.LRK.BTS BIT MAIt. Charleston, April 26.-Rice. -The business in this grain was moderate, while prices show ed no change. Sales IS ' tierces clean Carolina. We quote? Common. i Jw M4Q.ss*c: high good, s}s'&s9ie, prime, 6'*6'4c* Carolina rough rice ta quoud at 90ca$l ‘2O per bushel for inland, and f 1 20@ 140 ,>er Rushel for tide water qualities. Prune lots of seacoast sell higher -asks NvAt Stores.— The receiptswereun casks spirits turpentine and 750 bols was a moderate movement in rosins. Sates about 300 bbls. at $1 45 per bbL for B. t and D, $1 50 for E, $1 S5 for y, SI 70 for G, $1 90 for H. Si for X $2 25 for K, f2 50 for M, *2 75 for N, and $3 for window glass. Spirits turpentine—Sales 100 casks at 85c per gallon for regular*. Crude turpentine is valued at (1 ff/, ’*T e . tOT bard, $2 50 for yellow dip and 00 tor virgin.— jiew* and Courier. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH, NOOK BJCPOBT. riHANCIAI. London, April 27.—Erie, 47)4. Paris, April 27, 3 00 p. m. —Rentes, 88f 40c. new Yore. April 27.-Stocks opened strong. Money 5 per cent. Exchange—long, 84 82)4: short, 84 85 State bends moderately active. Government bonds quiet and unchanged. cotton. Liverpool, April 27. —Cotton opened firm; middling uplands. 5 l : -16d; middling Orleans, 5 15-16d: sales 12.000 bales, for speculation and export 2,ooobales; receipts23,soo bales,of which 10.900 bales are American. Futures dull but steady; middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable In April and May, 5 15-16d; deliverable in May and June, 5 31-32d; deliverable in June and July, 6 1-16d; delivera ble in July and August. 6)6d; deliverable in Au gust and September, 6 3-16d; deliverable in Sep tember and October, 6)4d. 1:30 p. m.—Middling uplands, 5 15-16d; mid dling Orleans, bd. F uture3 dull and easier. 3p. m Futures: Middling uplands, low mid dling clause, deliverable in May and June. 5 15-163; deliverable In June and July, 6 L3Bd; deliverable in July aud August, 6 S-32d; deliver able in August and September, 6 5-32d. Nsw Yoke. April 27.—Cotton market opened dull: sales 3SO Dales: middling uplands, 1094 c; middling Orleans, 11c. Futures—Market quiet but steadv. with sales as follows: April, 10 60c: May. 10 61c: June, 10 71c; July, 10 80c; August, 10 87c; September, 10 57c. provisions, groceries, etc. Liverpool, April 27.—Lard, 57s 3d. Bacon, long clear middles, 43s 6d. New York, April 27.—Flour opened steady but quiet. Wheat feverish and unsettled. Corn quiet but firm. Pork quiet; mess, 816 00. Lard firm at 11 62)4c for steam rendered. Spirits tur pentine. 41c. Rosin, 81 67)4c for strained. Freights heavy. Baltimore, April 27.—Flour steady and easy; Howard street and Western superfine, 83 25® 4 00; extra, 84 25©5 00; family, 85 10©6 25; city mills superfine, $3 25®4 00; ditto extra, 84 25 ®5 00: ditto family, 86 50©6 62; Rio hrandg, 86 25©6 50: Patapsco family, 87 00. Wheat- Southern steady: Western firmer but inactive; Southern red, 81 22©1 26; amber, $1 28® 1 31; No. 2 Western winter red on the spot and April delivery, 81 2294©! 2294: May delivery, ft 21)4; June delivery, fl 2U)4®l 2(4)4; July delivery, 81 lKftl W? 4; August delivery, $1 1394 asked. Corn—Houthern steady; Western about steady but quiet; Southern white, 56)4c; yellow, 5594 ®s6c. EVENING REPORT. FINANCIAL. Paris. April 27, 4:30 p. m.—Rentes. 83f 47)6c. New York. April 27.—Money 3®5 per cent. Exchange, S-l 83 for sixty days. 'Government bonds closed steady: new fives (coupon), 10234; new four and a half per cents (coupon), 113)4; new four per cents (coupon), 11594- State bonds fairly active. „ . „ Stocks closed generally strong, as follows: New York Central M3)4 Erie 45 *6 Like'Shore 123)4 Illinois Central 165)4 Nashville and Chattanooga 84 Louisville and Nashville 99 Pittsburg 132^ Chicago and Northwestern. 122 •• •• “ preferred 133 Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific 4J4 •* “ “ preferred 88)4 stemphi3 and Charleston 55 Rock Island 13514 Western Union 11694 Alabama. Class A, 2 to 5... <2 “ Class A, small 72 *• Class R, 5s 94 “ Class C. 2 to 5. 83 Georgia. 6 H® •* 7s, mortgage 11l “ 7s, gold .118 Louisiana consois 59 North Carolina, oid . 35 “ •• new 21 ** “ funding Vi “ ** special tax ... 8 Tennessee, 6s 7294 “ new 7294 Virginia, 6s 40 •• new 38 “ consolidated. 116 “ deferred 18)4 Panama (offered! 263 Fort Wayne 128 Chicago and Alton 134 Harlem 160 Michigan Centra) 107)4 St. Paul 112 •* preferred 123)4 Delaware and Lackawanna 118 New Jersey Central 98)4 Reading 57*6 Onio and Mississippi 43 Mobile aid Ohio 28 Hannibal an 1 St. Joseph 58)4 San Fraccbuo and St. Louis 44)4 *• “ “ preferred 65V4 “ “ “ first preferred.... 96)4 Union Pacific 11694 Houston and Texas (offered) 73 Pacific Mail 51)4 Adams Express 128 Wells Jt Fargo 117 American Express 77)4 United States Express 61 Consolidated Coal "... 36 Quicksilver..’ 18 “ preferred 65)4 Sab-Treasurv oh Knees: Coin, 874,941.162 Ou; currency, 85,659,516 00. COTTON. Liverpool, April 27, 5;00 p. m.—The sales of the day included 10,503 bales of American. Futures closed dull; middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in April and May, 5 24-32d; deliverable in September, 6 3-32d. New York. April 27.—Cotton closed easier: middling uplands, 1094 c; middling Orleans, 11c; sales 524 bales; net receipts 661 bales; gross receipts 6,200 bales. Futures closed steady, with sales of 73,000 bale--, as follows; April, 10 61®10 68c; May, l'J 62. CS 10 63c: June. 10 72®10 73c: July, 10 81® ®lO 82c; August, 10 89®10 90c; September, 10 60 ©lO 6ic; October, 10 24® 1925 c; November, 10 13 ©lO 14o; December, 10 13©10 14c. Galveston, April 27.—Cotton irregular; mid dling lC)4c; low middling 9)4c; good ordinary 8)4c; net receipts 1,626 bales; gross receipts bales: sales 750 bales: stock 82,356 bales; ex ports coastwise 1(47 bales. Norfolk, April 27.—Cotton quiet but steady; midiling 1094 c; net receipts 770 bales; gross re ceipts baies; stock 13.505 bales; sales 509 bales: exports coastwise 457 bales. Baltimore, April 27.—Cotton quiet; middling 10945; low middling 10c; good ordinary 894 c; net receipts 299 bales; gross receipts 330 bales: sales 280 bales; stock 9,628 bales; sales to spinners 250 bales; exports coastwise 196 bales. Boston, April 27. —Cotton dull; middling 11c; low middling 10)4c; good ordinary 9c; net receipts 592 baies; gross receipts bales; sales bales: stock 10,£35 bales; exports to Great Britain 821 bales. Wilmington, April 27.—Cotton steady; mid dling l')4c: low middling 9)4c; good ordinary 7) net receipts 13 bales: gross receipts bales: sales bales: stock 2.972 bales. Philadelphia, April 27.—Cotton steady; mid dling U)4c; low middling 1094 c; good ordinary 9c; net receipts a) baies; gross receipts 361 bales; sales bales; sales to spinners 347 bales: stock 10,776 bales; exports to Great Bri tain 2,000 bales. New Orleans, April 27.—Cotton quiet; mid dling 10)4c; low middling 9)4c; good ordinary 8) net receipts 614 bales; gross receipts 1,055 baies: sales 5,500 bales: stock 220,705 bates: exports, to Great Britain 3,66) bale-, to the continent 652 bales, coastwise 2,754 bales. Mobile, April 27.—Cotton irregular; middling l°)4c; low middling 9c; good ordinary 8c; net receipts 123 baies; gross receipts bales; sales o n jo bales; stock 22,614 bales; exports coastwise 493 bales. Memphis, April 27.—Cotton steady; middling 10)4c; net receipts 483 bales: shipments 319 baies: sales 2,300 bales; stock 63,553 bales. Augusta, April 27.—Cotton dull; middling tOc; low middling 9)4c; good ordinary 8c; net receipts 65 bales; shipments bales; sales 445 bales. Charleston, April 27. —Cotton fully steady; middling 1094 c; low middling 1094 c; good ordi nary 10c; net receipts 755 bales; gross receipts bales: sales 1,500 bales: stock 22,222 bales; exports, to the continent 1,380 bales, coastwise 3u Dales New York, April 27.—Consolidated net re ceipts to-day for all cotton ports, 6,017 bales; exports, to Great Britain 8,566 bales, to the continent 4.C02 baies. provisions, groceries, etc. London. April 27, 4:00 p. m.—Spirits turpen tine. 30s 9d®3ls. New Yore. April 27.—Flour. Southern, closed quiet but steady: common to fair extra, 84 75®5 20; good to choice ditto, 85 25®6 75. Wheat opened )4©lc better; closed with ad vance partly lost: export demand moderate; fair speculative trade; ungraded red, 81 12® 1 29)4. Corn )4©lc higher and fairly active; ungraded, 57®61c. Oats less active; )4c lower; No. 3,45 c. Hops firm; yearlings, 12®18c. Coffee dull and unchanged. Sugar quiet but firm; fair to good refining, 7)4@794c; prime, 8)4c; re fined easier-standard A, B)4®9c. Molasses firm; good inquiry; New Orleans, 30@55c; Porto Rico, 36®50c. Rice steady; fair demand. Rosin firm at $1 67)4®1 72)*. Turpentine firmer at 4194®42l Wool dull and unchanged; domestic fleece, 3.*®45c; pulled,vo®4oc; Texas, ll®3oc. Pork about Uc higher and rather quiet; old, on spot, |I6 00016 25. Middles firm but quiet; long clear, B)4®9c; short clear,994c; long and short clear, 9)*c. Lard 5®7)4c per cwt. higher, 11 60®11 72)*. Freights lower New Orleans. April 27.—Flour quiet but firm: extra, 83 75®4 00. .Corn quiet ana weak at SO© 68c. Oats quiet at 49c. PorK quiet: old, 81750. Lard steady.with fairdemand, 1194®12c. Bulk meats quiet and weak; shoulders, packed, 585 ®6 00c; rib, 8 62)4c. Bacon quiet; shoulders, 694 c. Hams, sugar cured, firmer at 10©ll)4c. W uisky quiet‘at fl 05©1 10. Coffee dull; Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime, 994©13)4c. Sugar firm: prime to choice, 7)4©S)4c. Molasses steady and in fair request; centrifugal, 20c. Rice firm at 4)4@594 c Cincinnati. April 27.—Flour dull; family, 84 So®s 10. Wheat firm; No. 2 red winter, $1 13. Corn dull and lower; No. 2 mixed, 47)4®4794c. Oats dull and drooping, 40)4®40)4c. Prov.sions —Pork dull aud nominal at sl7 59. Lard, II 15c. Bulk meats quiet. Bacon quiet but firm; shoul ders, 644 c; clear, U%c. Whisky active and firm at $1 05. Sugar strong: hards, 10®10)4c; New Orleans, 7©Be. Live hogs steady; common. 84 50®5 35; light, $5 65 ® 6 10; packing, 85 9C® 6 00; butchers, 86 10®6 40. St. Louis, April 27.—Flour steady and un changed. Wheat higher; No. 2 red fall, $1 06)4 ®l OtQ for cash; $1 03)4®1 fH9i for June. Corn steady; 43c for cash: 42<*®424£c for May. Oats higher but slow; 3594 c for cash; 36c for June. Whisky steady at Si 06. Pork dull; jobbing sales at sl7 60. Lard quiet at ll)4c. Bulk meats lower; shoulders. 5 70c; clear, 8 75®8 80c. Ba con quiet; shoulders, 6 25c; sides, 9 35®940c. Chicago, April 27.—Flour quiet but steady. Wheat unsettled and generally higher; closing weak: No. 2 Chicago spring. slOD4®l 0294 for cash; 81 04)4®! 04)4 for June. Corn fairly active and a shade higher; 4294 c for cash; 4294 c for June. Oats in lair demand and firm; 35)4® 36c for cash: 3694 c for June. Provisions—Pork unsettled and generally lower, Sl7 40®17 45. Lard 'fairly active and a shade higher, 11 25c. Bulk meats fairly active and a shade higher; s iouldeis, 5 80c; clear, 8 90c. Whisky steady and unchanged. Baltimore, April 27.—Oata steady; Southern, 46c; Western white, 46®47c; mixed, 45c. Pro visions steady, with fair jobbing trade demand; Mess pork, old, $18; new, sl9. Bulk meats — loose, shoulders and clear rib sides, none offer ing; packed 694 c aud 9)*c. Bacon—shoulders, 7)4e; clear no sides, lu9ic. Hams, ll®l2c. Lard, refined, in tierces, 12)4c. Coffee dull and easier; Rio cargoes,ordinary to fair,lt94ftU?4c- Sugar steady; A *oft,9)4c. Whisky steady at $1 10. f reigme quiet. L risviLLE. April 27.—Flour steady; A No. 1, 15 00®5 25. Wheat firm at $1 08. Corn firm at 51 He. Oats steady and in fair demand at 42He. Provisions—Pork steady at $lB 00. Bulk meats steady; shoulders, 6 12He: clear, 8 00c. Bacon steady; shoulders,6 75c: sides, 9 87)4c. Hams, sugar cured,U®UHc. Whisky steady at $1 05. Wilmington, April 27 —spirits turpentine firm at (38He. Rosin firm; strained, $1 55; good strained, $1 60. Tar firm at $1 90. Crude tiiri•online steady; hard, $1 50; yellow dip, $2 50; virgin, $2 6a Corn unchanged. Snipping ItttrtHgttttt. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Sun Rises 5:15 Sun Sets. 6:40 High Water at Ft Pulaski. . .7:10 a K, 7:34 P m Thday. April 28, 1881. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Bark Arctic (Nor), Ulstrup, Arendal, 60 days —Holst & Cos, Steamer David Clark. Hallows, Brunswick —J N Harriman, Manager. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamship Seminole. Hallett, Boston— Richardson & Barnard. Steamship City of Columbus, Fisher, New York—G M Sorrel. Bark Heidi (8w), Wulff, Brunswick—Holst & Cos. DEPARTED YEBTERDAY. Steamer Florida, Usina, Florida— J N Harri man, Manager. SAILED YESTERDAY. Steamship City of Columbus. New York. Steamship Seminole. Boston. Bark Cleveland (Br), Swansea. Bark Heidi (Sw), Brunswick. Schr Sarah L Davis, New Bedford. Schr Menawa, Philadelphia. MEMORANDA. Tybkk, April 27, 8:00 p m—Passed out, steam ships Seminole, City of Columbus, barks Cleveland (Br), Heidi (Nor), schrs Sarah L Da vis and Menawa. Passed up, bark Arctic (Nor), U S lighthouse schr Pharos. Waiting, barks Gna (Nor). Elieser (Nor), Condor (Nor), br g San A ntonio (Sp). Wind S, 10 miles; cloudy. New York, April 27—Arrived, Nankin, Her mid, Niagara, British Empire. Arrived out, Wieland. Later—Arrived, strs Hatteras,Norfolk; Bene factor, Wilmington; Plantyn and New York City. Arrived out, strs Volmer, Ville de Marseilles. Havre, April 27—Arrived, barks Lovfald, Sa vannah; August Liffler, Galveston. Lizard, April 27—Arrived, bark Onawa, Gal veston. Belfast. April 27—Arrived, ship Thornhill, Pensacola. Reval, April 27—Arrived, schr Anna E Branz, New Orleans. Liverpool, April 27—Arrived, barks Crown Prince, Galveston; Wasama, Pensacola; ship Glenmorag, New Orleans Glasgow, April 27—Arrived, bark Niord, Pen sacola. Barrow, April 27—Arrived, ship Siberian, New Orleans. London, April 27—Arrived, brig Sybee, Wil mington. Dover, April 27—Arrived, bark Messina, Wil mington. Queenstown, April £7—Arrived, bark Sorsid keren. Charleston. Bremen, April 27—Arrived, barks Saudrich, Charleston; Argosy, Savannah; Friiso, Savan nah. Trieste. April 27—Arrived, bark Hildegarde, Charleston. Hamburg, April 27—Arrived, schr Oline, Gal veston. Cardiff, April 27—Arrived, ship Glenhaven, Pensacola. Grimsby, April 27—Arrived, bark Alexander, Pensacola. Hamburg, April 27—Arrived, bark Empre'S, Savannah. Liverpool, April 27—Arrived, bark Zacharias, Darien. J&uilliac, April 27—Arrived, bark Alphonse et Mare No 2, New Orleans. Darirn, Ga, April 26—Arrived 23d, barks Swift (Nor). 1 ovoid,Savannah; Moreland (Nor), Kittelsen, Savannah; 251 h. barks Wm Wright (Br). Tail, Greenock; Skulda (Nor). Zacharia sen. Rochefort; Activ (Nor), Jacobsen, Lon don; Bertha Bahlruks (Ger), Wilschky, St Vin cent. C V: Burgermeister Muller (Ger), Bunck, St Vincent, C V I; Eintracht (Ger), Hintz, St Vincent, C V I; Union (Ger). Frentz, Bordeaux: Heinrich Von Schroder (Ger), Hi lei, Maderia; Pomona (Ger), Nuemann. London; Geflon (Bus). Sarlin, Hull; 26th. Colonist (Nor), Sollef sen, Bristol; Oskar & George (Kus). Gottenburg, April 23—Arrived, bark Wilheltn Foss (Nor), Josephsen, Savannah. Bremen, April 23—Arrived, bark Briedablik (Nor), Christiansen, Savannah. Wilmington. N C, April 21—Cleared, schrs H W Anderson. Babbitt. Philadelphia, via King's Ferry, Fla; Jennie It Morris, AndersoD, New Haven, via Brunswick. New Y'ork, April 25—Arrived, schr Marcus Edwards, Pashley, Jacksonville. Cleared 25th. brig Manson, Stubbs. King’s Ferry, Fla; schrs Wm H Jones, Faulkingham, Fernandipa; Jennie Rosalene, Tooker, Bruns wick; Col S W Hazel. Smith, Jacksonville; Jessie Mitchell, Darien, Ga, was 6 days N of Hatteras with N and NE gales. SPOKEN. Bark Mariner (Br). from Montevideo for Pen sacola, April 5, off luagua. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Bark Florence Peters, Mumford, from Pensa cola for Boston, before reported at Bermuda in distress, remained 21 inst, waiting orders. Bark Madras (Br), Biiggs, from Pensacola for Port Glasgow, before reported at Bermuda in distress, remained 21st inst, stranded and full of water. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Masters of vessels arriving at this port having any special reports to make will please send them to me. V essels leaving 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. RECEIPTS. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick —2 bales upland cotton. 3 bales sea island cot ton, 25 bbls spirits turpentine, 20 bbls rosin, 6 bales hides, 8 sacks rice, 350 sacks salt, 10 pkgs mdse. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, April 36 —51 bales cotton. 10 bbls rosin, 164 boxes tobacco, 41 caddies tobacco, 1 book case, 6 bdlschairs, 6 pkgs bedsteads, 6 pkgs rollers and slats, 2 washstauds, 1 bdl frames, 3 pkgs sash, and mdse. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, April 27 30 cases tobacco, 74 caddies tobacco, 65 boxes tobacco, 5 bales domestics, 4 quarters beef, 3 veals, 2 bags hides, 4 s cards, 7 cases s cards, 1 bag tag fasteners. 1 book case. 24 bdls bedsteads, 6 bdls bed rails, 24 bdls slats, 6 k and tables, 6 table leaves, 6 bureaus, 1 crate stan dards, 1 bbl naptha, 1 box glass, 1 box clothing, 1 cask e ware, 3 pkgs plaids, 1 pkg doors, and mdse. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railwav, April 26—100 bales cottou, 598 bbls rosin, ISO bbls spirits turpentine, 1 bbl mattressing, 1 bale moss, 10 bbls sugar, 3 cases cigars, 1 box metal. 1 bale leather, 1 bale skins, 4 empty kegs, 12 sacks rice, 6 bales hides, 5 cars bacon, 36 cars lumber, 1 car shingles. 1 horse, 2 cars wood, 11 boxes and 7 bbls vegetables. Per Savannah Florida and Western Railway, April 27—104 bales cotton, 916 bbls rosin, 246 bbls spirits turpentine, 2 boxes hardware, 1 sack furs, 1 pkg skins, 2 boxes clocks, 1 boxed saw, 1 bbl wax, 1 bale rags, 2 bags dried fruit, 2 bales mess, 1 bbl bottles, 2 boxes wax, 9 bales hides, 1 car wood, 1 car ties, 49 cars lumber, 1 sack tallow, 3 refrigerators strawberries, 1 bbl and 1 box bearings. 1 box tobacco, 5 caddies tobacco, 4 tubs tobacco, 1 bbl syrup, 4 empty kegs, 2 boxes shoes, 1 car cattle, 251 crates and 4 bbls vegetables, and mdse. Per Central Railroad, April 27—440 baies cotton, 4 cars grits, 3 ears hay, 20 tierces lard, 1 car beer, 3 boxes chimneys, 3 cars flour, 6 cases and 5 bbls eggs, 18 cases boxes, 1 bdl wool collars, 38 bdls hides, 3 boxes I juice, 6 bbls spir its turpentine, 44 bbls rosin, 4 empty beer kegs, 1 coop poultry, 1 bbl syrup, 1 box boots aud shoes, 2 trunks mdse, 3 boxes mdse, 19 pkgs tobacco. 4 cars lumber, 6 bals iron, 6 bdls paper, 1 bdl dried beef, 9 sacks peas. 1 car corn, 1 car lime. 1 sewing machine, 1 roll leather, 1 bdl paper stock, 7 bales yarns, 1 box wax, 2 cases domestics, 7 bales duck, 3z pkgs furniture, 1 lot scrap iron. EXPORTB. Per steamship Seminole, for Boston—424 bales cotton, 173 bales hides. 19 bales paper stock, 63 bales domestics, 41 bbls rosin, £59 bbls spirits turpentine, 78 bbls rice, 103,(400 feet lumber, 410 sundries. Per steamship City of Columbus, for Ne* York—l,7Bl bales upland cotton, 11 baies sea island cotton, 171 bales domestics, yarns and warps, 178 bbls rice, 40 bbis rosin, 278 bbls spir its turpentine, 159 £ls feet lumber, 21 boxes oranges, 134 bbls vegetables, 2,361 boxes vege tables, 12 hhdi tobacco, 6 refrigerators straw berris, 1 refrigerator vegetables, 41 pkgs fish, 348 pkgs mdse. PASSENGERS. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick —Mrs M E Rosignol, Mariah Owens, H Stewart, 5 Lewis, Wm Ross. Per steamship Seminole, for Boston—A R Gay, Wm Daniels, "Mrs Daniels, F Jacobs, Miss Jacobs, Jas Robinson and wife. Miss Price, W O Head. Mrs E T Spiller and 3 children. Miss J Tatum, G F Drew, li A Walker, A J Norton, C Thaeher. Per steamship City of Columbus, for New York— Mr and Mrs McCauley, Rev W W Walsh and wife, J H Palmer and wife, W H Emmons, C B Beachmer, J K Hamilton and wife, E K Steward, W K Brown, Rev Father Kernan, Rev Father Dwyer, Antonio Francis, N C Bourget, Mrs Tripp, Mrs Turner, Mrs J N Greenwood, Miss Wright, Miss M A Larue, Chas F Stevens, T H Taylor, Geo A Paine, C W Copely, Mrs M D Sampson and daughter, P Keller, Mr E A Stowe and wife, D F Cocerer and wife, John Cole, Mr Shaw, M A Metcalf and wife, Mr Leonard Scott and wife, Mr Duckworth and family, Mr Palmer, wife and chili, Mr and Mrs W C Hashen, Miss Hashen, J N Lindesly, J S Pugh, Jas Marshall and servt, Eugene Snell, J A Bowen. C H Chapin, A E Moore.Mr Crabtree and boy. Frank R Plummer, Rev H C Earle, M J Smith, TLChippen. Miss C Brown, Miss Conklin, Michael Reagan, Geo Dawsett, George Ditman. C H Cook, Mr and Mrs Bradish. Arthur Randolph, A D F Randolph, Mrs W P Bell and child. Miss E A Ostman, Jno Johanshel.H Balt zer. Miss Fannie H Edgerton, Miss F Sawer, Mr and Sirs Hall, J A Samson, col’d, and 27 steer age. CONSIGNEES. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick— N A Hardee’s Son <fc Cos, W W Gordon & Cos, H Myers & Bros, Williams &W, M Ferst & Cos, R Habersham's Son & Cos, C L Gilbert & Cos, Frank & Cos. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, April 27—Fordg Office, Isaac Roos-, J Alexander, Eckman & V, Bendheim Bros & Cos, Rieser & S, Lee Roy Myers, Fretwell &N. M Boley, R S Clark, W D Dixon, H Myers & Bros, A Leffler, Lippman Bros. Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, April £7—Fordg Office. M Boley, WmHoneA Cos, Rieser & S. A A Aveilhe, R B Cassels, Coast Line R R. John J McDonough, R B Keppard, M Y Henderson, W B McKee, Bendheim Bros & Cos, C Seiler, Lee Roy Myers, A Einstein’s Sons, T R Bond, H Myers & Bros, Meinhard Bros & Cos, M Ferst & Cos, C L Jones. Peacock, H & Cos. Vf C Jackson & Cos, H F Grant A Cos, E T Rob erts, W C Powell & Cos, Jno Flannery & Cos, H M Comer & Cos, J H Johnston, Butler &8. F M Farley, Baldwin & Cos, W W Gordon & Cos, M Maclean, C C Hardwick, L J Gull martin & Cos, English & H, Chas Ellis. Per central Railroad. April 27—A Frieden berg A Cos, Bendheim Bros A Cos, H Myers A Bros, C R R & B Cos, Wm Hone & Cos, A Leffler, Jno Lyons, Order, 8 Guckenheimer, Holcombe, Hull A Cos. 8 G Haynes A Bro, C H Dorsett, R Mclutire & Cos, Jos A Roberts & Cos, H M Co mer & Cos. F M Farley, Walter & H, C F Stubbs. Order, Lippman Bros, G H Miller, Moran A Reilly, Schwarz & Acosta, L Myers, J B Reedy, Peacock, H A Cos, Miller AR, MY Henderson, A Einstein’s Sons, Savannah Oil Cos, Dai Bey Green. D Y Dancy. W W Gordon A Cos, Jno FlanneryA Cos, L J Guilmartin A Cos. ARTIST’S Manual of Oil and Water Color Painting, Crayon Drawing, etc., 50c. Guide to AutborshipjßOc. Of booksellers or by maiL JESSE HANEY A 00.. 119 Nassau street. New York. JiMf m,m mm. TUTTS PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of appetite,Nausea,bowels costive, Pmn in t.hflHead.withaavill sensation in the back part. Pain under the shoulder blade~TsUness~after eating, witSTdisin clination to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of temper. Low spirits, Lom of memoryTwitS a feeling of having neg lected some duty, weariness. Dizziness, fluttering qfthe_H eart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin, Headache, Restless ness at night7Tri£hly colored. Urine. IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTTS PILLS e especially adapted to such cases,one dose efl’ects such a change of feeling as to astonish the suflferer. They Increase the Appetite, and cause the hod v to Take on Flesh, thus the system ia nourished, and by theirTonte Actio non the Digestive Oa-guue. Regular Stoole are pro duced. Price 2a cents. 35 Murray St., H.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE, Gray Hair or Whisk ers changed to a Glossy Black bv a single application of this Dye. It imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. 6old by Druggists, or sent by express ou receipt of fl. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. <Dr TUTTS KISLAL or V.1u.1.1, Information >■<! h tWui UecttvU wUI Id l k£k #e aapUceUee.# mylß-Tu.Th.Sly fflcdirinal RICORD’S VITAL RESTORATIVE 'PHERE is a well known principle in animal A physiology that no vital action can take place except through tha agency of the ner vous system. If the nerve power in any organ is weakened, then that organ is weak. DR. lUCORD’S VITA L RtSTORATiVE his been indorsed by the Academy of Medicine in I’aris as an infallible specific for nervous ad physi cal debi ity. etc.; contains no phosphorus, eantharidesorotber poison; is purely vegetable, is a sugar-coated pill. None genuine without the signature of S. B. SIGKSMONIion side of each box. Boxes of 50 pills, $1 50; IOC, $3; of 460, 810. FRAUD EXPOSED. A. LEVASSOR, Physician. ) Depot for Dr. Kicord's Vital Restorative, r Rue Richelieu 10 bis. ) Paris, March 11th, 1881. Dear Sir—My uncle Philip Kicord never au thorised any person to use his name, and has never sold any prescription or formula of Ri cord’s VITAL Restorative. I am the only authorised person to make use of his prescription. Have authorised Dr. S. Brown Sigesmond, of New York, as Sole General Agent for all the United States of America, Mexico and the Island of Cuba. Have made inquiries of Messrs. M. & M. A. Ricord, who declare they know nothing of this matter. Your devoted servant, A. LEVASSOR. City, County and State of New York— Oscar F. Gunz being duly sworn, deposes and says, he knows this to be the original French letter from Dr. Levassor translated into the English, made by him this 26th day of March, 1881. OSCAR F. GUNZ. ,— l . Subscribed and sworn before me - seal. this 26th day of March, 1881. ( , > CHAS SEDGWICK, Notary Public, N. Y. Cos. Notice is hereby given that R. L. De Lisser, of New York, is no longer authorized to act as agent for Ricord’s VITAL Restorative. 1 he counterfeiter of Ricord’s VITAL Restora tive, of which I am sole owner and proprietor in tbe United States, tried to keep tne agency and prepare himself with a spurious imitation and change the name from Ricord's VITAL Re storative to Dr. Ricord’s Restorative to have a similarity in name. The testimonials of Drs. R. Blanchard, C. Chevalier M Perigord, Ras pail, Liebeg and Sir Thompsons, are copied from my circulars. Send stamp for descriptive circular and testi monials. The genuine can be had of LEVASSOR, 10 bis Rue Richelieu, Paris, and LIPPMAN BROS., Savannah. Ga., and all druggists. decl3-M&Tlieow,Tu&BeowJtweowly POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE Commonwealth Distribution Cos. AT MACAULEY’S THEATRE, In the City of Louisville, oa SATURDAY, APRIL 30th, 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. rS'-THIS is A SPECIAL ACT, AND HAS NEVER BEEN REPEALED. The United States Circuit Court on March 31 rendered the following decisions; Ist-THAT THE COMMOAWEALTH DIS TRIBUTION COMPANY IS LEGAL. 2d—ITS DRAWINGS ARE FAIR. N. B. —This company has now on hand 8 large reserve fund. Read carefully the list of prizes for the APRIL DRAWING. 1 Prize I 30,9 0 1 Prize 10,0(0 1 Prize 5,0(0 10 Prizes, SI,OOO each 10,0(0 20Piizes, 500 each 10,0(0 100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000 600 Prizes, 20 each 12,0(0 1,000 Prises. 10 each 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZKS. 9 Prizes, 300 each 2,71* 9 Prizes, 200 each I,SOC 9 Prizes, 10C each 900 1,960 Prizes 112,400 Whole tickets, $2; Half Tickets, $1; 27 Tickets, SSO; 55 Tickets, SIOO. Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send by Express. DON’T SEND BY REGIS TERED LETTER OR POST OFFICE ORDER. Orders of $5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all order to R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal Building, Louis ville, Ky„ or T. J. COMMERFOKD, 212 Broad way, New York. JNO. B. FERNANDEZ, Agent. Cor. Bull and Broughton sts.. Savannah, Ga ap2-B.Tu.Th&w4w gjrtUrtttat. HEALTH IS WEALTH ! DR. E. C. WEST’S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT: A specific for Hysteria Dizziness, Convulsions. Nervous Headache Mental Depression, Loss of Memory. Sperma torrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay and death One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month’s treatment. $1 a box, or 6 boxes for $5; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We guar antee 6 boxes to cure any case. With each or der received bv us for 6 boxes, accompanied with $5, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treat ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued bv OSCEOLA BUTLER, Druggist, corner Bull aud Congress streets. Savannah, Ga. Orders by mail promptly attended to. mh3o-d.w&Tellv MAJVHOOH RESTOKEH A VICTIM of early imprudence, causing ner vous debility, premature decay, etc., hav ing tried in vain’every known remedy, has dis covered a simple means of self-cure, which he will send free to his fellow sufferers. Address J. H. REEVES, 43 Chatham street, New York. octs-Tu.Th.BAwly PRESCRIPTION FREE TjNr the upeedv Cure of Nervous Weaknenn, Lost f- \ itallty, Premature l>el>lUty. Nervousness, Despondency, Confulon of Ideas, Defective Mem ory and disorder* broiifrht on by Indiscretion and r'xeesses. Any driiicgiMt lias the Ingredient*. Sent in plsln Sealed Envelope. Address DR. W. 8. JAQITES. 180 West Sixth Street, Cincinnati* Oluo. mhl4-d&wlv J. W. TYNAN, Engineer and Machinist, SAVANNAH, GA. Machine, Boiler and Smith Shops COR. WEST BROAD AND INDIAN BTB. All kinds of Machinery, Boilers, etc., made and repaired. Steam Pumps, Governors, In jectors, and Steam and Water Fittings of all kinds for sale. mh22-tf Busby’s Antl-Electrfc Alarms and Call Hells CAN be attached to any door knob, and ad justable as an alarm or call bell. Every housekeeper in this community should have one. It is a protection against sneak thieves. JAMES MoGINLEY, York uear Bull street. Also on exhibition at FALMEB BROS’, mh2s-tf ymtuerg (Socflg. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS! POSITIVELY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES NOW ON SALE IN THE CITY IS TO BE FOUND AT THE POPULAR EMPORIUM OF i. I iLTHim & li. 183 BrougHton street. PARIS TRIMMED RATS AND HORNETS. LATEST AND MOST DESIRABLE SHAPES IN UNTRIMMED ROUND HATS AND BONNETS IN FANCY LACE STRAWS, I LEGHORN I MILAN AND REAL FRENCH CHIPS, | TAPE. | FANCY BRAIDS. SPECIAL NOVELTIES ADDED SINCE OUR GRAND OPENING. New Designs in Lace Neckwear. Choice and Elegant Lines of New Hosiery. New Novelties in Fancy Veilings. Exquisite New Persian Friuges for Fancy Work. An Elegant New Selection of Fine Fans. SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK 500 dozen MIBSES’ FANCY HOSE (new spring Resigns), in all sizes, at the uniform price of 23c. Per Pair. I 25c. Per Pair. A rare chance! Many styles among them worth more than double the money! aplß-tf all climates and pronounced Perfect in Cut, Cure, i Flavor, Every ham guaranteed. Ask your Grocer for Magnolias. McFERRAN, SHALLCROSS & CO.. LOUISVILLE, KY feb3-Thl6t Diamond Spectacles aud lye Glasses. THEY are PERFECTLY COLORLESS, do not polarize light, have no PRISMATIC COLORS or scattered rays, common to pebbles and other lenses in use. The CORE or CENTRE of the lenses come DIRECTLY in front of the eye and never TIRE the eye, but prevents the heated rays from entering; thereby producing a CLEAR and DIS TINCT VISION as in the natural healthy sight. They are mounted in all styles, GOLD, SILVER. STEEL, RUBBER and SHELL FRAMES of the BEST QUALITY. If you try them you will use no other. I'or sale only by Samuel 1 \ Hamilton, SOLE AGENT FOR SAVANNAH, mhlg-tf CORNER BULL AND BROUGHTON STREETS. iMirtnal. jPfUßl^l KIDNEGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for WEAK or FOUL KIDNEYS, DROPSY, BRIGHT’S DISEASE, 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. By the distillation of a FOREST LEAF with JUNIPER BERRIES and BARLEY MALT we have discovered KIDNEGEN, which acts specifically on tho Kidneys and Urinary Organs, re moving deposits in the bladder and any straining, smarting, heat or irritation in the water passages, giving them strength, vigor, and causing a healthy color and easy 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 especiaUy will like it, and Gen tleman wiU find KIDNEGEN the best Kidney Tonic ever used I NOTICE.— Each bottle bears the signature of LAWRENCE & MARTIN, also a Proprietary Government Stamp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold (without license) by Druggists, Gro cers and Other Persons everywhere. PUT UP IN QUART SIZE BOTTLES FOR GENERAL AND FAMILY USE. If not found at vour Druggist’s or Grocer’s, we will send a bottle prepaid to the nearest ex press office to you. LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, Chicago, 11L H. ]Vlyers db Bros., Sole Agents for Savannah and the State of Florida. Bold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. For sale by SOLOMONS & CO., and LIPPMAN BROS., who will supply the trade at manufacturers’ prices. sep9-Th,S&Tuly Clothing. THANKS. It is conceded by everybody who lias seen my new stock of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHINtr this season that my effort to produce the best garments for the least money is as near perfection as it can he got at, and my thanks are due to my many customers and friends for their apprecia tion of my endeavors, by their extensive patronage extended me so far this season. All those who have not visited my store yet are invited to do so, and I promise to show them the nobbiest, neatest and best made Cloth ing in the city at prices to induce even those to buy who are not in need of them. Men’s, Boys’ and Children's CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS, UN DERWEAR, NECKWEAR, etc., in large variety. Call early, and if you don’t buy it will not be my fault. SINSON MITCHELL, ap23-tf 24 Whitaker Street (Lyons’ Block). SAWSitCurtis&Co. WW a 311 to Sl9 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturers of every description of Circular, 51111* tt*l Crosa-tiit Saw*. Wuolesale Dealers io Rubber and Leather Belting, Files, Mandrels. C ant Ilooks, Saw Cummers, Upsets, and all Saw and Planing Mill Hup;,lies; Sole Manufacturer* of Lock wood’s Patent Slotted Circular .Saw. EVERY SAW WARRANTED- attention to repair work. Agentefot TANITE EMERY WHEELS MACHINERY. Our New Illustrates! Catc'ogße mailed free on application. 1v27-Tii.Th*Hlv W. E. MUMFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW, TALBOTTON, - - - GEORGIA. Practice in all the Courts of the Chattahoo chee Circuit, the Supreme Court of the State and elsewhere by special contract. Special attention given to the collection of claims. aplß-lm Steel Barbed Wire Fencing. SOLE Agents for WASBURN St MOEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, owners of patent. For sale by WEED & CORNWELL. inh24-tf HUtjmji. Central & Southwestern R. R'ds Bavannah, Oa, April 36th, 1681. ON and after WEDNESDAY, April 27th, 1881, passenger trains on the Central and South western Railroads and branches will run as follows: read down. rkad down. No. 1, From Savannah. N o. 2. 9:20 a. m. Lv Savannah Lv. 7:30 p. m. 4:46 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a. m. 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 a. m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p. m. 2:25 a. m. Ar Columbus Ar. 1:40 p. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. m. Ar....Milledgeville Ar. 9:44 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. No. 13. From Augusta. No. 15, 9:30 a. m. Lv Augusta Lv. 8:30 p. m. 3:45 p. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 7:15 a. m. 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 a. m. 3:40 a.m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p.m. 2:25 a. m Ar Columbus Ar. 1:40 p. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. m. Ar Minedgeville....Ar. 9:44a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. No. 2. From Macon. No. 4. 7:10 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:35 p.m. 3:45 p. m. Ar Bavannah Ar. 7:15 a. m. 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a. m. 9:44 a. m. Ar... Milledgeville Ar 11:30 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. No. 1. From Macon. 8:45 a. m. Lv Macon . 4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany No. 3. From Macon. No. 13. 8:15 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:20 p. m. 1:40 p. m. Ar ....Columbus Ar. 2:25 p.m. No. 2. From Macon. No 4. 8:00 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 8:15 p. m. 12:50 p. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 3:40 a. m. No. 1. FVom Atlanta. No. 3. 2:15 p. m. Lv Atlanta.. ...Lv. 12:20night 6:55 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:30 a. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p. m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. m. 2:25 a. m. Ar Columbus .... Ar. 1:40 p. m. Ar... Milledgeville. ..Ar. 9:44 a. m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a.m. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 4:45 p. m. 7:15 a.m. Ar Savannah —Ar. 3:45 p. m. No. 4. From Columbus. No. 14. 11:50a.m. Lv....Columbus ....Lv. 12:08night 5:10 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:45 a. m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4;15 p. m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. m. Ar...Milledgeville..-Ar. 9:44a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a.m. 5:20a. m. Ar Augusta... .Ar. 4:45 p.m. 7:15 a. m, Ar Savannah Ar. 3:45 p. m. No 2. From Eufaula. 12:00noon Lv Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany 6:35 p. ra. Ar Macon 2:25 a. m. Ar Columbus 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 5:20 a. m Ar Augusta 7:15 a.m. Ar Savannah No. 18. From Albany, 12:02 noon Lv Albany 4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula 6:35 a. m. Ar Macon 2:25 a. m. Ar Columbus ... 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar...Milledgeville Ar Eatonton. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah ho. 17. From Eatonton and Milledgeville. 2:15 p. m. Lv Eatonton 3:58 p. m. Lv...Milledgeville 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon 2:25 a.m. Ar Columbus 6:05 a.m. Ar Albany 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. m Ar Savannah Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Savannah to Cincinnati via Macon, Atlanta and Cincinnati Southern Railway oh 7:30 p. m. train. Local Sleeping Cars on all night trains be tween Savannah and Augusta, Augusta and Macon, and Savannah and Atlanta. Connections. Eufaula train connects at Fort Valley for Perrv daily (except Sunday), and at Cuthbert for Fort Gains daily (except Sunday). Train on Blakely Extension runs daily (ex cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and dally (except Monday) from Arlington to Al bany. At Savannah with Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, at Augusta with all lines to North and East, at Atlanta with Air Liae and Kennesaw Routes to all points North, East and West. Pullman Sleeper from Augusta to Washing ton without chaDge. Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured at SCHREINER’S, 127 Congress street. G. A. Whitehead, WILLIAM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Bupt., Savannah. J. C. Shaw, W. F. BHELLMAN, Gen. Trav. Agt Supt 8. W. B. R., Macon, Ga. ap23 tf Savannah. Florida and Western Railway. General Manager’s Office, I Savannah, December 12, 1880. j ON and after BOND AY, December 12, 1880, Passenger trains on this Road will run as follows: RIGHT EXPRESS. . Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 r. a Arrive at Jesupdaily at 7:20 r. M Arrive at Thomasville dafiy at 6:20 a. n Arrive at Bainbrldge daily at......... 9:30 a. a Arrive at Albany daily at ...10:25 a. • Arrive at Live Oak dally at 2:00 a. > Arrive at Tallahassee dally at 7:00 a. n Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7:50 A. st Leave Tallahassee daily at 6 00 f. k Leave Jacksonville dally at 5:30 ?. u Leave Live Oak dally at 11:15 p. u Leave Albany dally at 4:00 p. u Leave Bainbrldge dally at 4:00 p. e Leave Thomasville daily at. 7:30 p. m Leave Jesap dally at 6:30 a. v Arrive at Savannah dally at 9:00 a. e No change of cars between Savannah re 3 Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany. Palace Sleeping Can daily between Savan nah and Jacksonville. Sleeping cars ran through to and from Savan nah and Albany, and Jacksonville and Albany without change. Passengers from Savannah for Fernandisa, Gainesville 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. k. Passengers leave Brunswick at 8:00 p. u., ar rive at Savannah 9:00 a. k. Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 A. u. (daily Including Sunday) connect at Jesnp with this train for Florida. Passengers from Florida by this train comes) at Jesnp with train arriving In Macon at 6:25 p E. fdaily including Sunday). Connect at Albany with passenger trains both ways on Southwestern Railroad to ani from Macon, Enfanla, Montgomery, Mobil t, New Orleans, etc. Mall steamer leaves Bainbrldge for Apalachi cola and Columbus every Tuesday and Satur day. Close connection at Jacksonville dally (Sun days excepted) for Green Cove Springs, Bt. Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise, and all landings on St. John’s river. Trains on B. and A. R. B. leave Junction, go ing west, at 11:37 a. el, and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. m., daily, except Sunday. Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Bertha secured at Bren’s Ticket Office. No. 22 Bull street, and at Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Passenger Depot. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN-EASTERN DI VISION. Leave Savannah, Bandarseicoeptod, at 7:00 a. k Leave Mclntosh, '* ” 9:40 a. e Leave Jesnp “ “ 12:30 p. e Leave Blacks hear “ “ 8:05 p. a Arrive at Dupons “ " 7:00 p.m Leave Dupont “ “ 6:30 a. e Leave Blaeksaea; - “ 9:50 a. e Leave Jesup “ •* 1:00 p.m Leave Mclntosh “ “ 3:06 p. e Arrive at Savannah “ 5:40 p. E WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Dupont, Sundays excepted, at 6:00 AII Leave Valdosta, •• “ 8:17 a. m Leave Quitman, “ “ 9:45 a. M Arrive at Thomasville, “ “ 12:00 m Leave Thomasville, • ' “ “ 2:30 p.m Leave Camilla, “ “ 6:23 p. M Arrive at Albany, “ " 7:15 p. u Leave Albany, “ “ 6:89 a. h Leave Camilla, “ “ 8:48 a. m Arrive at Thomasville, “ “ 11:30 a. m Leave Thomasville, “ “ 1:45 p.m Leave Quitman, “ “ 3:53 p. m Leave Valdosta, “ •’ 5:17 p. m Arrive at Dupont. “ “ 7:3Cp. m J. 8. Tyson, Master of Transportation. H. 8. HAINES, mv2s-tf General Manager. Charleston £ Savannah Ry. Cos. Bavannah, Ga„ March 31,1881. UNTIL further notice trains will arrive and depart as follows: Going North—Schedule 47. Leave Bavannah 3:15 p. M. Leave Charleston 8:30 p. m. Leave Florence 2:00 a. m. Leave Wilmington 6:20 a. m. Arrive Weldon 12:40 p. m. Arrive Petersburg 3:20 p. m. Arrive Richmond 4:38 p. M. Arrive Washington 9:30 p. m. Arrive Baltimore 11:25 p. m. Arrive Philadelphia. 3:30 a. m. Arrive New York 6:45 a. m. Arrive Boston 6:30 p. m. Coming South. Leave Charleston 8:00 a. m. Arrive Savannah 2:45 p. m. The 3:15 train maxes close connections for all points North and East. Train No. 4. Leave Savannah 8:40 a. m. Arrive Yemmassee 12:50 p. if. Leave Yemmassee 1:05 p. it. Arrive Beaufort 2:35 p. m. Arrive Port Royal 2:55 p. m. Arrive Augusta 5:15 p. m. Arrive Charleston 6:55 p. u. Passengers by this train make close connec tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad for At lanta and the West, and with C.. C, &A. R. R. North and East. TTain No 8. Leave Charleston 8:30 p. m. Arrive Savannah 7:40 a. m. For Tickets, Sleeping Car accommodation and further information apply to Wm. Bren, 22 Bull street, and at Ticket Office 8., F. & W. L> ’ DpHAt. C. 8. GADBDEN, Sup’t. 8. C. Bovlston, G. P. A. mh3l-tf STILL UNSOLD. THAT comfortable residence on Waldburg street, containing nine rooms, pantry, China closet, bath room, water, linen and bedroom closets, elegant mantels, cornices, water and gas. Can be bought fee simple and on the installment plan as purchaser prefers. Apply to G. M. HEIDT A CO. mh9-tf CHARLES 0. LAMOTTE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WILL practice in the Coarts of this State and of the United States. Will also give prompt attention to Notarial business. Office, boom No. 10 Commercial Building, over Post Office nUHa umm AND SEW YORK. Ocean Sleislis Goipany. CABIN —.....520 EXCURSION 32 BTEERAGF 10 THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CITY OF AUGUSTA, Captain Nicker son, SATURDAY. April 30, at 7:00 r. M. GATE CITY, Captain Daggett, WEDNES DAY, May 4, at 11:00 a. m. CITY OF 111 A CON, Captain Kempton,SAT URDAY, May 7th, 1881, at 1:00 p. m. CITY OF COLUMBUS, Captain Fisher, WEDNESDAY, May 11, at 4:30 p. m. 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 G. M. SORREL, Agent, aug26 City Exchange Building. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.’S Philadelphia £Javannah Line. Leaving Each Port Every Saturday. FIRST CLASS PASSAGE ..$lB 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 00 0 VEIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK VIA PHILADELPHIA .. 20 00 EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOB THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE) *0 00 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 FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP CITY OF SAY AYNA 11, Captain J. W. CATHARINE, TETILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, TV April 30, 1861. at 6:30 o’clock p. h For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to WM. HUNTER & SON, ap2s td agents. Merchants’ andl Miners’ Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN PASBAGE sls 00 SECOND CABIN l2 50 EXCURSION 25 00 The steamships of the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company are appointed to Bail us follows: JOHNS HOPKINS, Captain W. A. HALLETT, SATURDAY, April 30, at 6 p. M. SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, SATURDAY, May 7th, at 1:00 p. m. Through bills lading given to all points West, all the manufacturing towns In New England, and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pas senger tickets issued to Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and all points West and Northwest. JAB. B. WEST a CO., Agents, ap27-tf 114 Bav street. FOR BOSTON DIRECT. CABIN PASSAGE; $lB 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 00 Beaten and SsYsnnah Steamship Lise. j f l 3* SEMINOLE, Captain H. K. HALLETT. WEDNESDAY, May 11, at 5 p. m. THROUGH bills of lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, to Liverpool by the Ounard, Warren and Leyiacd lines. The ships of this line connect at their wharf with all railroads leading out of Boston. RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agent* F. NICKERSON & CO., Agents. Boston. ap2Btf GUiON LINE, UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Leaving Pier 38 N. R., foot of King st. WYOMING Tuesday, May 3. 6:30 a. m. ARIZO '‘A Tuesday, May 10, 2:30 p. m. WISCONSIN Tuesday, May 17, 8:00 a. m. NEVADA Tuesday, May 24, 2:30 p. m. ABYSSINIA Tuesday, May 31, 7:30 a. u. These steamers are built of iron, in water tight compartments, and are furnished with every requisite to make the passage across the Atlantic both safe and agreeable, having Bath room, Smoking-room, Drawing-room, Piano and Library; also, experienced Surgeon, Stew ardess and Caterer on each steamer. The State rooms are all upper deck, thus insuring 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. 29 Broadway, New York. WILLIAMS & GUION. JAMES MARTIN, Agent, 106 Bay street. Sa vannah. mylß-Tu.Th&Sly ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE General Transatlantic Cos. BETWEEN New York and Havre, from pier No. 42 N.R., foot of Morton street. Travel ers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort of crossing the Channel in a small boat. AMERIQUE, Santklli, WEDNESDAY, May 4, 10:00 a. *r. FRANCE, Trudelle, WEDNESDAY, May 11. 3:00 p. m. CANADA, Frangubl, WEDNESDAY, May 18, 9 a. m. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wine): TO HAVRE—First Cabin SIOO and $80; 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 & 00., Agents for Savannah anzll-S TnAThl2m NEW YORK —TO— AMSTERDAM AND ROTTERDAM The first-class steamers of this line, AMSTERDAM, ROTTERDAM, SCHIEDAM. P. CALAND, W. A. SCHOLTEN, MAAS. Leave Watson Stores, Brooklyn, regularly Wi- DNESDA YS. First Cabin s6o—s7o. Second Cabin s4s—sso. Steerage $26. For freight apply to Agents of OCEAN BTEAMSHIP COMPANY. BAME RATES TO AMSTERDAM AND ROT TERDAM. H. CAZAUX, General Agent, 27 South William street, New York. Janl9-6m,jan,feb,mh.ap,nov&dec faints, <*)Us, &c. (Established 1840.) Steamboat and Mill 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. nov!7-tf CHRIS. MURPHY (ESTABLISHED 1866.) House, Sign, Fresco & Bannet painting. —DSAUKB IN — RAILROAD, MILL and STEAMBOAT BUP PLIES, PAINTS, OILB, GLASS, PUTTY, VAR NI3KES, BRUSHES, MIXED PAINTS, BURN ING and ENGINE OILS, NEATSFOOT OIL, AXLE GREASE. LADDERS, all kinds and sizes 142 St. Julian and lfl Bryan streets. mb22-tf JOHN G. BUTLER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in White Lead, Oils, Colors, Cflass, Etc HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING. SOLE Agent for the GEORGIA LIME, CAL CINED PLASTER, CEMENTS, HAIR, LAND PLASTER, etc. Sole Agent for F. O. PIERCE A CO.’S PURE PREPARED PAINTS. One hundred dollars guarantee that this Paint con tains neither water or benzine, and l3 the only guaranteed Paint in the market. Jel9-tf No. 22 Drayton street, bavannah, Gfc *Myiflag. S a van n afiTFier I dFtcharTestnj srikijfk TU • J H 9 Captain LEO VOGEL * WILL LEAVE For Fernandina, JaekgoarilJp And Intermediate Landing, on St Blk * and Charleston, S.C., from foot of Abercom street, a, sWh *rv * FROM SAVANNAH FOR i S^.Aprt,*. "Sri* iprU e ' s r.r *.„ B *s,h!‘ r ' Apr ~ T r?7V Prtl *• *> *.• April IS, „ s.turd.,. j- Tu I 7Ss-, ip '“ ”• “ Sund.j-, April U. „ rd.sd,,, ip ,,, Itad,,. April . .17 Fn,!.,’ Apti; „ _ Connecting at Fernandina ; for Waldo, Gainesville, h°*d and Key West. * Taapj Oloee connection made win, for Enterprise, MellonvUle rr.ri i*. steeffl e landings on the Upper Bt. John’/t? steamers for the Ockiawaha rLr w l ® mass passenger accommodations ri, F,rn tickets and state rooms secured, and mation furnished at office, corner of m,„ lnfor ' Bryan streets, Pulaski House BuU Freight received dsliv. ezeevt Bnrs.~ JNO. F. HOBEETEON, C G?nerT^ 81 . LEVI J. GAZAN, G. T A om< * wharf. — : apg.tf apkil, iaai. Now Daily, Except Suuday. Sea Island Route to Jacksonville AND ALL OTHER POINTS IN FLOKIDa . A DELIGHTFUL sail through a atrictlvi,, IX. laad watercourse, insuring a f ill „- V l ' rest and good meals at regular hours sht a PALACE STEAMERS FLORIDA, CITY OF BRlDiiptav Leaves 5 avannah every I .eaves Savam k l ' Monday Wednesday, i Tuellay * 4 and Friday at 4p. a. j and Saturday at/ Connecting at Fernandina with STEIWBOAT EXPRESS T R A iv Via the new Fernandina and .lacksonvill* u.iV road. Only 70 minutes bv rail. Close -onn tionmide at Jacksonville with steamedT' all points on St. John's and Ockiawaha rive™ Connection also made at F-irnan i>na with th' Transit Railroad for Waldo. Silver Orange Ocala, Gainesville and Key, thence by steamer to Tam Da \ tar ™ ttr jCeyWeat, Havana. Pensacola ftr Steamer DAVID CLARK will leave s a , An nah every MONDAY and THURSDAY fi' Doboy, Darien and Brunawib, callingat kii way landings. C mned’o i made at Urunswirk with Brun wick and Albany Railroad M * For tickets and staterooms, aonlv to I m A ALDEN’S Tourist Office, 'coraer BuS Brj-an streets. J. N. HARRIMAN, Manaxv GUSTAVE L^VE F G B P R a Y ' Qen ' REGULAR LIME. if The Steamer Centennial, W. C. ULJIO, Master. WILL leave Savannah EVERY TUESDAY AFTERNOON, to suit the tide for ST CATHARINE’S, DOBOY. UNION isLAND DARIEN, and landings on S.YTILLY RIVER ’ Freight transferred at Darien to steamer Cumberland for ALTAHAIIA, OCMULGFE and OCONEE RIVERS. Agent at Darien, C. M. QUARTERMAN. ap7 tf J. P. CHASE, Agent. For Augusta and Way Landings ON SAVANNAH ItIVtR. Steamer Carrie, Capy. GIBSON, WILL leave every TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 5 o’clock for Augusta and way land ings on Savannah river. No freight received after 4 o'clock. All freights parable by ship pers. JNO. F. ROBERTSON, ap26-tf Agent protem. jut lltartn’. FOR BREMEN. fJ'HE first class American bark rf-jA H. L. ROUTH, J S. Youkg, Master, 3§!5£3? having the larger portion of her cargo en gaged. will have quick dispatch as above. For further freight engagements apply to apls-tf HOLST & CO. £fcreiul SPOOL COTTON. ESTABLISHED 1812. I^MARK /J?J (Wousu o.v Wiiitk Spools.) CEORC E A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. 400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. SINCE the introduction of this Spool Cotton into the American market, its success has been unprecedented. No other brand of thread has ever met with the same amount of public favor in the same space of time. The “O. N. T.” manufacturers were the first to recognize the importance of the Sewing M chine and to make a six-cord cotton, which has ever since been the recognized standard for machines. All the improvements in machinery that the inventive genius of the nineteenth century has produced have been adapted by the manufac turers of ‘'O. N. T.” At all the great International Fairs of the world, “O. N. T.’' has been awarded the highest honors. „ The “O. N. T.” factories at Newark, N. J, and Paisley, Scotland, employ 5,260 operatives —make sufficient thread daily to go around the world four times. Consume 140 tons of coal daily. The manufacturers of “O. N. T.” are the largest manufacturers of Spool Cotton in me world. A full assortment of this Spool Cotton can be had at wholesale and retail at DANIEL HO GAN’S. JACOB COHEN’S, MOHR BROS. DA VID WEISBEIN’S and GUTMAN BROS . nih9-3m - o v % % SOLD BY ALL JOBBEES << / 1878 1879 Production Doubled. Again Doubled. febl-TuATbly % nfotttg’ jool _ ® A BABY that can not have Mother’s Milk should have ffl ell i n’s Food. It is the only perfect substitute. AH pM dans recommend it. All druggists *nd groee sell it 50 and 75 cents. T. METCALF &W" Boston, Mass Send for the pamphlet. mh2B-M<&rheow6m OaA CHOICE selecttons,djjlgj,£’ ZOU elocutionists and school eAtumuou, JESSE HANEY A 00., U# Nasaau Teet^ York,