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10. iBBi. (fommmiaL NABKET. OF THE MORNING NEWS, I oFFIC Savannah, June 9. 1881, Ip.k I _The market opened quiet and closed Sales for the day 140 bales. We ■JS,, Middling f 1 ;;>Ufiiling (; o ,vl Ordinary OrdinarT • Comparative Cotton Statement. Hkcvipts, Exports and Stoce on hand Jvnr 9, 1881, and VOK TH* SAME TIMR LAST YEAR 1880-81. 187 MK). Sea I Sea I bl and. Upland. Inland. | Lpland. 4toek on hand. Sept. 1 .. 64; lO.hss 11' 1.522 Received to-day ... | Ml j Received previously I 11,181 889,832| 11,818. 717,148^ Total " ii2B rot, 311 X\m 718,763 ll'•'snorted to day. ...' .... "* 1 11 Kxp irtiHl previously 11, MM 70?>,CmW. \\ Total 1 l:l.U3; WiM.iWn 11.V‘7 TW.185 Ufttork on brvml atvl on *hil * i \\ txiant Jutu> <j lit‘4. y, SM\ \ :iO i 14,577 ",7 TANARUS: *■ demand was of a moderate chv f ! oarre's were sold, the market ■ •!, steady. We quote: C Common W&K Choice ® 0694 B °'ootmtry sc.9>c. Carolina crop 75c.®l 40 Vwa!. Stores.—There was a pool demand f-,u t day. and the market is somewhat thi.u- not q total.ly higher. 2,750 bar . f ail grades were sold. 'i he demand for ... ttirt>>-ntir.e is good and stock scarce. were made during the day, one of 81 .. .it, i another of 100 casks, at 3614 c. Late in .... ~ t'fipa -alecf 100 casks took place at 38a ~ r,- i|vs for the day were 1,881 barrels rosin • , k'. s spirits turpentine. We quote: l ' . -U SI 55. K*l 85 FSI 75,0 $1 81 Hf3 •, j '■' ; KV- t>*J4 I® 9), Nl3 37)4. window -1— Fi 7.' Spiro* turpentine—Oils and whis ts . r.gulsis 38c. •iAL.—dteileg Exchange—H;xty day v. ih bil e iachcg attached, *4 80. Mew y -g siirbt eichange buying at )4 ier cent. ; [ \nd t V 4 per cent, premium. , in trA- 1 very tight. - Ait. Bonus. City H-yn/ts. Market ■ j... AtlantaV per •'ent.. 107 bid. 108 irked: sUar.ta# per cent., 103 Did, IC3 isled; Atlanta , 1, r cenc, 11 .* hid. 114 asked: \ugusta • : .-.it., I*J hid. 113 asked. Au . j r - ut.. 103 bid. !f6 asked. Coluni : - nt., 81 bid. 85 asked. Macon 7 per •. • •. s? New Savannah S pe! -ut --4 hid. Asked. . la —Mamet quiet. Georgia new 6 1- >. 111)4 bid, 113 inked; Georgia 6 per - . 0 wij. e.3 r ob. sna .vng,maturity 1880 ana il - bid, lOlair) risked; Georgia mort- Vr,-. nW. t V. 1 la'.road regular V per cent.. : ■ January ar.d July. maturity 1886. 110)* 01;. 1 a- •' -■ Georgia 7 percent, gold, cou p,, ;■ ; : terly, 117)4 hid, 118 asked; Georgia 7 L • . oupoas January and July, maturity fv, 1-5 aid. 137 asked ' Huitrinid 3ttcict.—The stock market is very sluggish. owing to tightness in money , v ,~ slag of transfer books of Central ; s uthwedern Railroads Central Itai - rud j. ex-dividend, nominal, 135)4 hid, 126 asked. .v ia 1- s t baramuh 7 per eeui. guaranteed. , x .In i icud. 131)4 hid. 134 asked. Georgia iitmod, ex-di/Mlend, nominal, 178 bid, 180 a . ! south western 7 oer cent, guaranteed. v.,ien*. nominal, lit hid. 1*) asked. Mem - in 1 Charleston. 83 bid, 81 asked. tiuirua t Uoniu. — SI irxel lirin. At lan t .x Gulf Ist mortgage coamlidated 7 r *r rent., coupons January and July, m&tu ]-. s*. 113 bii. 11l asked. Atianric £ Gulf .ti s—‘deity of havannih 7 per cent., cou р. Jan and July, maturity 1879. 74 bid. 76 i-l, j. uentrai consolidated mortgage 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity !-■ .19 bid. 130 asked. Georgia 6 per с , cou Kins Jan. aau July, maturity, . : bid. 18 isfted. Mobile & Girard 2d inort ?ag., endorsed 5 percent-, coupons Jsn. and ; ilv, maturity 1889. 118)4 hid. 119)4 asked. n:/ornery and Eu'auia Ist mort gi-" 6 p*'t cent., enl. by Central Sailroad. 1* f ~ 'iid, 117 ssket. Caarlotte. Columbia & Aug ,-ita Ist m’tg'e, 113 bid. 114 asked. Char i- t •. Columbia It Auamsta 3d mortgage, 1 hid. IP3 asked. Western Alabama 3d nt ge. end. 8 per cent., 121 bid, 121 Asked. S u h Georgia g£ Florida en lor-ed, 113 bid, ;;i ...... 1; South Georgia & Florida 2d mort gage . IX) bid. 101 Asked M.v, os.—Market steady. We quote: Clear rib gid-9. 1 ; shoulders. ItgA ; h mu, 13c: dry v> ‘i clear rio sides, Rts*-*.: long clear. S)4c.; shoulders, 6s4c. U.' .iso and Ties.—De nand light; stock ample. We quote: Two- inil-aquarter- I i 11- at 13’. 4 c.; two-pounds at 11)4''-; ■ ani-three-quarter-poundA at 10)4". Iron Tiei- ?1 6'1,-tl 75 $ bundle, according to brand and auantitv. Pieced ties, $1 50©l 60. l>av Goods —The market is firm and ten ting upward; stocks full. We quote: Prints. 5® 6)40. ; Georgia brown shirting, Y\. 5c.; Ji do., 6c. : 11 brown sheeting, 7c.; white osna iitirgs. B)4©'oc.; check*. 7v4©S)4c.: yarns, SI 00 fo- h“st makes: brown drii ings. 7)4©8)4c. 1 loir.—The market is very firm ".stock ample. We quote: Superfine, 55 25©5 75; extra, $6; 3 ©5 75; fancy, foo©9 73: family, $7 35©' 75: extra family, $7 Po©7 50: bakers". $7 Ul©7 £O. Grain.—Oorn—Market fairly stocked; good demand; White B)©Sie.; mixed 73©75c. Gats. 57)4c. Hat.—Market firm; stock anip e: good de tcand We quote, at wholesale: Northern. 25©1 30: SI :30©1 15; Western, II S5. Hides, Wool, etc.—Hides—The market for hides is eASV. We quote: Dry flint, 13)4c ; salted, 9t4©11)4c Wool—Market irregularand excite 1 by local buyers, without full sympathy from coutrolling markets. We quote: Un washed. free of oiirrs, prime lots, 30)4©31>4c.; burry wool. 10©; Sc. fallow, 6c.; wax, 30c.; deer skins. 40e.: otter skins. 2"c.©|s 00. Laro —The market is steady. We quote: In tierces, tabs and kegs. 12)41;. Florida Frcit and VEiiErAßLES.—Tomatoes in demand and wanted: readily command 83 50 ©1 tXI per crate for choice stock. String beans, nominal Green peas, no demand. Green corn, S3 m)©soo per hirrel New potatoes, good large stock, $1 l)©*> 00. Sweet potatoes. 75c. per bushel. Cucumbers. 25®75e. per crate; no demand. Okra wanted; none in themar- I REIGHTR. I.rsißKß. By Sail.— sVe have no arrivals of ■ nstwise vessels to report for the week, and tonnage is much wanted at this and the near p Our figures include the range of Ba v;t. : ,h, Darien and Brunswick, from 50c. to II being paid here forchauge of loading port. We •I • . To Baitimore and Chesapeake ports, 56 ! 0 l to PhiiadelphiA $-7 50©7 0U: to New V and Sound poi-ts. ST 50©8 00; to H. -mi; and eastward. $7 SD©B 50; to Bt. J n, N. B„ $8 50©9 00; [Timber fl IXi t..-:,er tnan lumber rates]; to the West Indies an : windward, S7 00©9': to South America 5. 00; to Spanish ports, Sl4 50©15 00; to ' i Kingdom for orders, timber 845.@355., lumber £5 10b . -Naval Stores.—Soil.—Rosin and spirit*, 3s. il.©s- ii. to United Kingdom or Continent; : New York 33c. on roan, 60c. on spirits. _x>> New York, rosin, 3 C., spirits 80c.; t liladelphia, rosin 3<>a ;sp rite 80a; to Bal b - rosin 40a, spirits 75c.; to Boston, rosin Cc, spirits 50a STRAY. Cotton— Liverpool, direct 13-3 SM iliemen, j™“ Uverpooi, v a New York, V E) UverpooL v: 1 Baltimore, t- 2) 13-d Liverpool, via Boston, ib Ji® Liverpool, via Fhila ieiphia, ¥ 13-3"-d Antwerp, via PhiladelphiA ® I^l*c Havre, via New York, V lb *"] 5c Bremen, via New Y'ork, jj) B) 76c Bremen, via Baltimc—.'. V O'- j Amsterdam, via New York. 1b.... 31-ktd Hamburg, via New York, lb 15-18 c B-iston, I* bale Sea Island. bale IJS S'lYork, f bale 1 M Sea Island, $ bale J 55 Ph ladelphia, bale 155 8 a Island, 1? bale } 55 Bal’ i morß. V bal" 1 50 Providence, S bale 2 0° BY SAIL Liverpool Bremen, nom"nal ~ ii? Baltic, nominal 11-o-gl Rice- N'ew York, V cask .....$1 50 New fork, barrel 60 Phiia-lelohia, cask 150 Baitimore,cask 159 Boston. V cask 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE. xj F wls, pair 70 © 81 -wri, $ pair 45 © 60 T/tree-quarters grown, 9 pair... 50 0 65 Er - -> d0*..... I 7 0 “ ! >tte.-, mountain, T9l*> 20 © 30 r - Fancy h. pVa,¥ lb . 6c. 0 II md-picked Vlb sc. 0 t-tra ght Virginia 4c. @ North Carolina 5a © Tennessee 4c. © H't-.la Sugar, Slb 5 © L ritla Syrup, v gallon 35 © W B ny. gauon 60 0 s *“et Potatoes, 19 bushel 75 osl 00 Bl t.trv.—Market fully suppplied; de uand , L-.s.—Market overstocked; downward ten dency. Bi T-nst.—A good article in demand—not ‘li 0:1 the market. —Market fully supplied; demand m hcp. —Georgia and Florida in fair demand Supply. Nniar -Georgia and Florida scarce, and er T little demand. f, Klee and Naval Stores market. ( "hah.le?ton, June B.— Rice.—The transac ;• 5s in this grain were limited. Sales 103 .;“rces clean CarolinA We quote: Common, ."V Cic: fair 4V[al>4c: low good. 44605 c: good, ‘ i He; prime. 5-16 ©6)4c. Carolina rough rw quoted at 90c©$120 per bushel for iu “v - ’• und $l3OOl 40 per bushel for tidewater dualities. Pnm * lots of seacoast sell higher. v VAL Stores.—The receipts were 2:5 casks Gmts terpentine and 490 bbl*. rosin. The g. 0r ffisins wa reported quiet, with ,} g I [ t sales Previous prices w-re SI 56© " ter barr 1 for nD. $1 6001 65 for E. *1 <0 g 1 ., 75 for r. 81 80 for G, $1 *0 for H. S3 for I, I:,^'> r K. S3 90 for M. S3 S0?8 37)4 for X J; ''ii 75 for window glass and water white, st. tur Pentine firm and unsettled, and very trong figures were asked by factors; some Lj* *6les took place, perhaps about 100 casks. probab’y warrant a quotation of jS>utTc. per gallon. Crude turpentine is kir at per bbl. for virgin, $2 40 for yel- “P and |l4O for scrapa—A’eic* and Cou- MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. KOOK REPORT, FINANCIAL. June9 -—Confola. 9915-16 for money ; 100)4 for account. Erie. 49. J ’ ie£twS kly .? tatemeQt of t * le Rafk of Eng v- ? decrease in specie of £17.500. Exchange"flrmf 8 -Spamsh gold unchanged. atw* , v June ®1 2:05 p " m -—Rentes, P6f 80c. MinZr 9. Stocks opened firm. 4831 - .T® £?, r , < ? nt " Exchange —long, Bt^boa<UdulL G ° V COTTON. Ltvkrpool, June 9.—Cotton steady • mid sale! : middUn Orleans, 6 3-16d; tor speculation and export LBW bales; oaies are American. qUie , t l,ut steady: middling uplands, f c l ause ' and "Bverable in June. 6 7 32d; able in June and July, 6 3-16d: deliver *h iJ? July * nd August. 6 7-32d©6X; deUver „ ? ~ n. August and September, 6 y-82d; deliv- In September and October, 6 3-3’d. P, m —Middling uplands. 6 3-16d; mid d ? Orleans, 6)41; low middlinguplanda,s%d; good onhnary, 5)4; ordinary, 4-V 4 d. "fl? °°i) bales, for speculation and exp >rt I,COO bales. * w , dune 9.—Cotton market opened quiet but firm; saies 315 baits; middling m lano.% 11 l-16c; middling Orleorui. 11 5-16 c Futures—Market quiet but firm, with sales as June " 1105-: July. 11 10.-: August, 11 18c: September, 10 9c; October. 10 24c; No vember, 10 12c. PROVISIONS, GROCKRISP, *TC. *^ une^ —Bacon,long clear middles. 4*38 oa. Havana, June B.—Sugar—sellers reluctant: prices nominally )4 real, gold, higher than on Saturday. Nsr* York, June 9.—Flour opened dull and unchanged. Wneat steady but quiet Corn dull and unchanged. P<--k dull and weak at sls ,5. Lard firm at 11 10c. Spirits turpentine, 39Roaui, $1 92)4 for strained. Freight* steady. Baltimore, June 9.—Flour unchanged: Howard street and Western superfine. S3 50© 4 00; extra, *4 2505 00; family, *5 2006 35; city mills superfine, *3 5004 50; ditto extra, 8150 family, *6 7507 00; Rio brands, *6 6206 75; Patapsco lamiiv, *7 25. Wheat— Southern a shade better; Western higher and strong; Southern red, *l 2C@l .6; amber, $1 25 01 30; No. 2 Western winter red en the spot and June delivery, *1 24)4; July delivery, § ! 21)401 23)4; August delive y, $1 2101 21)4; September delivery, *l2l bii; October deliv ery, 31 219401 22. Oort—Southein steady; Western a shade better, closing steady; Bouu.- eru white, • 2c; yellow. £.Bc. EVENING EEFOIH. FINANCIAL. London. June 9. 4:30 p. m.—Erie, 5044. Haris. Juno 9, 4:30 p. m.—Rentes. 86f 77)4c. The weekly statement of the Bank of France shows a specie increase of 3,175,000 francs in gold and 887.5UU francs in bilver. nbw York June 9. Money, 2)403)4 per cent. Exchange, *4 6.3)4 f° r sixty days. Government bonds strong and higher, new fives (coupon), 103)4. new tour and a half per cents (coupon), 115; new four percents (coupon), 117)4- State bonds in light request. • Stocks closed generally firm, as follows: New York Central 145)4 Erie 4744 Lake Shore 131)4 Illinois Central 142)4 Nashville and Chattanooga 88 Louisville and Nashville 107 Pittsburg (offered) 141 Chicago and Nortnuestern. 12694 “ “ “ preferred I<o Wtbash, Bt. Louis and Pacific 51 ** •* “ preferred 9.1-J4 Slemphis and Charleston 8d Rock Island 114 Western Union LB)4 Alabama. Class A. 2 to 5 75)4 “ Class A, small 76 “ Class B, 5s 98 “ Class C. 4s 85)4 GeorgiA 6s 110 “ 7s, mortgage 111)4 •' 7a gold 1189 k Louisiana consois 63)4 North Carolina, oid 35 “ “ new 21 “ “ funding 13 “ ** special tax .... 8 Tennessee, 6s 71)4 •• new 71 Virginia, 6s 40 “ consolidated 85)4 “ deferrec (.offered) 18 Panama *7O Fort Wavne 133 Chicago and Alton 143 Harlem 200 Micbieon (Jontrai 11^94 St. Paul 13694 “ preferred 133)4 Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 1t6)4 New Jersey Central 103)4 Reading 5994 Onio and Mississippi 41 Ohio aud Mississippi preferred 118)4 Chesapeake and Ohio 294 j Mobile and Ohio 33)4 Hannibal and St. Joseph 63 San Francisco and St. LcuN 57 “ “ “ preferred 77)4 “ “ “ first preferred 111)4 Union Pacific .12794 Houston and Texas 89 Pacific Mail 53 Adams Express 135 Weils A Fargo 127)4 American Express 86 United States Express 74 Coasolidated Coal 31 Quicksilver 17 •• preferred 61 Norfolk and Western preferred 62)4 Western Union, ex certificates BIU Texas Pacific 72)4 Chicago, St. L uis and New Orleans 62 Manhattan Elevated 26)4 New York Elevated 11') Metrop Jitan Elevated 92 Sua-treasury t.lances: Coin, *73,087,540 00; currency, *6.561,670 00. COTTON. Liverpool. June 9. 5:00 p in.—The sales of the day included 9.5*0 bales of American. Futures closed barely steady; middling up lands, low middling clause, deliverable in June, 6 3-I6d; deliverable in July and August, 6 7-32.1. New Yo..k, June 9.—Cotton closed quiet but steady: middling uplands, 11 l-loc; middling Orleans, 11 5 10c; saies 547 hales: net receipts 714 bales; gross receipts 6,360 bales. Futures closed barely steady, with sales of 710.00) bales, as follows: June, 11 (001101 c; July, 11 03c; A>igust, 11 11c; September, 10 65 @lti.63; October, 10 2101'i 25c; November, 10 11010 12c; December, 10 11010 13c; January, 10 32.(510 2lc; February, 10 3©lo 36c; March, 10 17010 49a Galveston, June 9. —Cotton steady; middling 1094 c; low middling 9>4c: good ordinary fe94c; net receipts 311 bales; gross receipts bales: sales TOO bales: stock 41,18) bales; exports coastwise 703 bales. Norfolk, June 9—Cotton steady; middling 1094 c; net receipts 580 bales; gross receipts bales; stock 9,412ba1e5; sales 287 bales; exports, to Great Britain 3,621 ba'es, coastwise672 bales. Baltimore, June 9 —Cotton steady; middling 11c; low middling 10)4':; good ordinary 9)4c; net receipts3oo.bales; gro <8 receipts 329 bales; sales bales; stock 5.0."9 bales; sales to spin ners 7, bales; exports, to Great Britain 1,406 bales, to the continent 400 bales, coastwise 23 bales. Boston, June 9.—Cotton steady; middling 11943; low middling 2094 c; good ordinary 9)4'J; net receipts 44 bales; gross receipts 83 haies sale* bales; stock 10.495 bales; experts to Great Biitain 612 ba'es Wilmington, June 9.—Cotton steady; mid dling 10)4c; low middling 994°: good ordinary 8)4c; net receipts 47 bales; gross receipts bales: sales bales; stock 1,897 bales. Philadelphia, June 9.—Cotton steady; mid dling 1194 c: low middling 1094 c; good ordinary 9140; tec receipts 514 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 477 bales; sales to spinners 363 bales; stock 9,‘.60 bales. New Orleans, June 9. —Cotton steady; mid dling 1094 c; low middling 994 c; good ordinary 89*e; net receipts 1,011 bales; gross receipts 1.133 bales; sales 2,750ba1e5: stock 150,8:9 bales; exports, to Great Britain 5,712 bales, coastwise 612 bales. Momlz, June 9.—Cotton firm: middling 10)ac; low middling 9)45: good ordinary 6)4e; net receipts 12S bales: cross receipts bales; sales 350 bales: stock 9,981 bales; exports coast wise 200 bales. Memphis, June 9.—Cotton steady; middling 1094 c; net receipts 432 bales: shipments 3,183 bales: oales 700 bains: stock 23,906 bales. Augusta. June 9. —Cotton quiet but firm; middling 10*40 ; low middling 994 e; good or dinary 9c; net receipts t7O bales; shipments bales: sales 117 bates. Charleston June 9—<Jotton steady: middling 1094 c; low middling 1094 c; good ordinary 9)4e; net receipts 219 bales: cross receipts bales: sales 200 bales; stock 8,072 bales; exports coast wise 354 bales. New York, Jnn9 9 —Consolidated net re cei*‘ts to-day for all cotton ports, 4,381 bales; exports, to "Great Britain 17.941 bales, to the continent 1.400 bales, to France 5(0 bales. PROVISIONS, groceries, etc. London. June 9, 4:30 p. m.—Spirits turpen -11 Liverpool, June 9, 5:00 p. m.— Lard, 555. Beef, 92s 6d. Cheese, 575. Tallow, 34s 9J. R win, common, 5s 9d. Nsw loue, June 9.—Flour, Southern, closed steady; common to fair extra,*s 2005 To; good to choice ditto, *5 8007 53. Wheat a shade better and fairly active; ungraded spring. 51 txi&l 12. Com rather more steady but quiet; ungraded. 50@57c. Oats without de cided change. Hops quiet and dull for year lings. Coffee firm but quiet. Sugar quiet but firm; fair to good refining, 7J4©Be; pnme,B)4c; reflaeo quiet and weak —standard A. 19)4 Molasses quiet and unchanged. Riee firm; modera'e demand. Rosin s'eady at SI 92)4® 2 00. Turpentine stronger at 39)40 bid. 40c asked. Wool in good demand and firm; dom>-3tic fleece. 3*©isc; pulled, 20037 c; un washed, 12032 c; Texas. 14028 c. Pork about steady; very moderate trade; oid, *ls 62)40 15 0-i; new, *l6 75017 00. Middles quiet; long clear 874 c; short, 93- 16c. Lard a shade easier; veiy dull, 11 00011 12)4c. Freigata steady. 8t Louis. June 9.—Flour steady and un changed. Wheat lower; No. 2 red fall. *1 1*94 for cah and June Corn higher; 40©40)4c for ca5h;43)4043)4c for June Oats higher: 8594 03534 c for cash: 25J4c for June. Whisky steady at §lO6. Pork quiet; jobbing trade at *l6 75 Lard offered at lOHe. Bulk meats steadv: shoulders. 5 60c; nb, 8 40c; sides, 8 60c. Bacon firm; shoulders, 6 53c; rib, 9 2006 25c; iiALTiMOR*. June 9.—Oats steady; Western •JSSTSWe; mixed ’ 47017XC. Provisions steady ■ Mess pork.old, *1710; new, *lBlO. Buu meat*— looae.shouklers and clear rib sidei-.none offering; ditto packed. 6*ic and 9 Kc- - shouiders,7)4c; clear nb sides. 10c. Hams,U)4 ai nxc Lard, refined, in tierces, 12a Coffee firm; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 9)401‘)4c. Sugar firm; A soft, 10)4a Whisky dull at *1 09. Freights unchanged. Louisville. June 9.—Flour family, s’• 75a4 25; choice to fancy. *6 o)©|> 50. Wheat steady at *1 0301 06. Lorn cull at 52)4c. Oats quiet but firm at 41a Provisions Pork steady at * 7 50. Bulk meats steady; ahv>ul ders, 5 90c; rib, 8 45c; sides. 8 85c. Bacon steady; shoulders. 6 65c; rib, 9 30c; sides. 9 75c, hams, sugar cured. 1101D4C. Whisky steady at *l*B. , , Chicago, June 9.—Flour Tsteady and un changed. Wheat active, unsettled and low.-r; No 2 Chicago spring, *108010894 for cash; *1 08 for June. Corn steady and in fair de mand: 429404294 c f r cash; )*ot3c for Ju y. Oats steady and in fair demand; 3. )4c for ca-h; 1634 c for July. Provisions—Pork in good de mand sl6 05. Lard steady and In fair demand at 10 70c Bulk meats steady, sr.ouldeis, 5 66c; Hb. 8 30c; clear, 8 70a Whisky steady and un- Cb June 9.—Flour quiet and un .S ffbeat firm; No. 2 red winter,*l 15. changed, ''neai u qutot at 40c. Pro vis ions-Pork easier atsl6 Lard dullat Swc- W94u Whimcy steady at *1 06. gygw U®U*c; New Orleans, ****67 nd firm; common and ©6 15. SS ® 5 *° ; Pacidn* and butchers. *5 35 „***'*. °ulka.vr, June 9.—Flour scarce and 5™ 1 " d .°® bl extra. *4 2504 50; high grades f 5 aS 6 W p w ,? ak at 57063 c. Oats steady Ji s '" • ?? Tlt du ß and lower; mess, *l7 25 Lard quiet but steady at 11)4@1194c Dry silt of 9h °alders, but called for hL= - f on "Pot. Bacon dull; shoul ders, ic; rib. 994 c: sides, 9)4c; hams, sugar cured, scarce and firm at lOatSUc. Whisky qgMjbutEtoßdjr; Western. *1 0501 10. Coffee ai i? oes ' ordinary to prime, 90 B .Tii h gbe r co . mmon to ‘rood common, • f!?“ OW o,£ ,a ri fled - Molasses St ‘ 26027 c; pnme, 35@40a Rice quiet, ordinary to prime, 4)406c. June 9 —•■’Pints turpentire nrm at 37c. Rosin, strained nominal at *175; good strained steady. Tar firm at *1 90. Cru J e hard " 25 ' dip, *2 50; virgin, 50. Corn unchanged. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Sunrises 4:51 Bcn Ssts High Water at Ft Pulasei. . .6:28 a m. 6 55 p m Friday. June 10, 1881. CLEARED YESTKUuaI Schr Melissa A Willey. Willey. Fall River, lumber; cargo by D C Bacon & Cos; vessel by Jos A Roberts 0 Cos. departed yesterday. i. S! Tvu City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Flori ua-J N Hamman. Manager. , 5 a . r ? er David Clark, Hallowes, Brunswick J N Harriman. Manager. SAILED YESTERDAY. ? B*g (Ger), Carthigena. bchr Melissa A Willey. Fall River. MEMORANDA. done 9. 8:C0 p m—Passed out, bark T C Berg (Ger), schr Melissa A Willey. At quarantine, bark Gogla (Nor). Two schooners in sight off the bar at sun down. Wind S, 10 miles; clear. New York, June 9—Arrived, State of Texas, Somerset, L Nankin, Glenronnox, Fir&burp. Arrtved out, Pollux, Times. Uios. Algeria, Eleanor, Gulnare, Bavswater, Asturian-i. Havre, June 9—Arrived, bark Algeria, Mo bile. ’ Hull, June 9—Arrived, bark Cervantes, Pen sacola. Liverpool, June 9—Arrived, bark Eleanor, Charleston. Greenock, June 9—Arrived, bark Princess Alexandria, Pensacola. Queenstown, June 9—Arrived, Spirlzilla, Pensacola. New York, June 7—Arrived, schrs W H Jones, Falkenburg, Fernaadina; James E Douglas, Moodhouse, Jacksonville; Annie R Lewis, Lewis, Jacksonville; A E btevens, Tice, Jack sonville; Hope Haines, Garnage. Jacksonville; Hattie, Poole, Brunswick; F & A Thurber, Hilton. Brunswick; Abraham Richardson, Reel. Jacksonville: Florence & Lillian, Smith. Jacksonville; Henry R Tilton, Harris, Bruns wick; John S Wood, Smith. Darien. June 6—Arrived, schr Albert H Waite, Dodge. Brunswick. Bath, June 4—Sailed, schrs Eaoch Robinson, Blake, for a Southern port; David W Hunt, Colcord, Savannah. Delaware Breakwater, June 5-Passed out, brig American Union, Bowman, Savannah. Liverpool. June 6—Arrived, bark Western Belle (Br), Trew, Pensacola. Hull, June 3—Arrived, bark Louis de Geer (Sw), And Darien. Swansea. June s—Arrived, bark Cleveland (Br) Evans, Darien via Tybee. Darien, Ga, June B—Arrived 6t,h, bark3 Rhea (Ger). Schanter, Madeira; Sea (Nor), Danielsen Charleston, 8 C. Cleared 3d. barks Johann Benjamin (Ger), Hamann. Galway; 4th, Lina (Rus), Anderson, Liverpool; 6th. Ceylon (Ger), Niemann, Bel f-ist; • th, ("anada (Ger), Lammart, Maryport, Eng; Bth. Valkyrien (Nor), Berge, Marseille*; Eliezer (Nor), Nielssen, Liverpool: Evening Star (Nor). Natvig, Hull; Max Fisher (Ger), Maas, South Alloa. Scotland; Charlotta Alex andra (Sw), Paiuuelsen, Hull. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Masters of vessels arriving at this port having any special reports to make will please send them to me. Vessels leaving port will be fur nished with files of the Morning News free on application at this office. J. H. EHTILL, Agent New York Associated Press, Office 8 Whitaker street. FLORIDA— RE-KSTABL’SHMENT OF AMELIA ISLAND MAIN LIGHT. Notice is hereby given, that on and after July 1, the Main Lig h t on Amelia Island, Florida, will be re established in the old tower from which it was removed for repairs, as Stated in Notice to Mariners, No 8, of 1881. The charaaerinic of the light will te. as formerly, flashing white, with intervals of 90 seconds between the flashes. By order of the 1 jghthouse Board. Washington, D C, June 7, 1881. RECEIPTS. Per Central Railroad. Juue 9—510 bales cot ton, 20 ears lumber, 339 bbls rosin, 121 bbls spirits turpentine, 38 bales wool, 1 box tallow, 13 sacks rough rice. 1 pkg bacon. 9 bdls hides. 4 pkgs hons.-boid goods, 2 bales waste, 197 bales domestics, : J .4 bales yarns, 22 boxes to hacco, £5 caddies tobacco, 6 oil ranks, 125 bbls flour, 3 tierces shoulders, 26 tierces bams, 3 tierces lard, 25 pkgs mdse. 2 bbls potatoes. 1 crate eggs, 1 coop chickens, 60 half bbls beer, 132 quarter bnls beer, 147 bunches bananas. 30 boxes glassware, 1 car cattle, 1 cow, 1 calf, 5 tubs butter, s*l empty kegs, 5 crates sewing ma chines, 5 pkgs furniture. 6 bbls and 0 half bbls whisky. 1,376 piece- s ribs, 1 cask beeswax, 12 hhds tobacco, 5 cars pilings Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, June 9—lo bales cotton. 20 cars lumber, 3 cars cattle. 1 car laths, 855 bbls rosin, 131 bbls spirits turpentine, 82 br.ls and 332 boxes vegetables, 4 bales hides, 42 bales wool, and mdse. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. June 9—33 caddies tobacco. 25 boxes tobacco, 2 calves, 1 cow, 2 bales hides, and mdse. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick— -1 bale cotton. 33 bales wool, 121 bbls spirits tur pentine. 487 bbls rosin, 11 cow hides, 40 pkgs mdse. EXPORTS. Per barge Rockwood, for vessel loading at St Mary 's—3o2 bbls rosin. Per schr Meli-sa A Willey, for Fall R:ver— -388,802 feet lumber. PASSENGERS. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick— Mr Raveriel and lady. Thomas Williams, Thos Phillips Mr VVylly, A M McKuver, J H Han ford, C DeMora, #1 Rocbford, M Ford, L King, J S Ward, F Scott, A Smi'h, R Houston, L Campbell, J Duffy. CONSIGNEES. Ter Savannah Florida and Western Railway, June 9—Fordg Office. CL Jones. W C Powell & Cos. Peacock. H & Cos, A T Lee & Bro, W C Jackson & Cos, H Myers & Bros, M Ferst & Cos, Haslam & H, John J McDonough, D C Bacon & Cos, Lee Roy Myers. A H Champion, Crawford &L, A A Aveilhe. Lippinan Bros, L Putzel, G W Pai i .h, II Y Henderson. A J Miller & Cos. H F Grant * Cos, Butler & S. J J Dale & Cos, Sloat, B & Cos, L J Uuilmartin & Cos, Jno Flannery & Cos. Per Central Railroad. June 9—Fordg Agt. Jno Flannery & Cos, Ocean Steamship Cos, N R Lee, W I Miller, D C Bacon & Cos, Peacock, H & Cos, R M Hart lielrr.“f s, Bendheim Bros & Cos, Williams w. I, J Guilmartin & Cos. G C Ge nrunden. M Y Henderson. Gleason & H. H Ben nett, C L Gilbert Cos. A Hirscbman, G L Cope, C Seiler. Order. H M Comer & Cos. H Myers & Bros. Millsr & R, R T McDonald, West Bros, Lee Roy Myers, C H Dorsett, Oscar Elmore, estate Jno Oliver, G Eckstein & Cos, M Ferst & Cos. A Hanley, E J Acosta, A Meyer, J G Watts, J S Silva, C D Rogers, J B lleedy. Per steamer David Clark, from Brunswick— Chess, C <V Cos, Win Hone & Cos. II Sanders, T P Bond. J Ryan, M Ferst & Cos, Mrs H McDonald, A H Champion. Arnold & TANARUS, H Myers & Bros, Jno Flannery & Cos. Peacock, H & Cos. Williams & W. C L Jones, E P Roberts. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, June 9—J H Baker, Walter Mavlar, MY Henderson, Chess. C & Cos, Lee Roy Myers. Mlapolia Balm. LOVELY COMPLEXIONS POSSIBLE TO ALL. What Nature denies to many Art secures to ail. Hagan’s Magnolia Balm dispels every blemish, overcomes ltedness, Freckles, Sallowness, Rough ness, Tan, Eruptions and Blotches, and removes all evi dences of heat and excitement. The Magnolia Balm imparts the most delicate and natural complexional tints —no detec tion being possible to the clos est observation. Under these circnmstances a faulty complexion is little short of a crime. Magnolia Balm sold everywhere. Costs only 75 cents, with full directions. Commission Wrrriiants. JAS. W. SCHLEY & 00., 172 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH GA., General Comni’n Merchants, OFFER: IQ AAA BUSHELS Choice WHITE CORN. ld)UvU 250 bales Prime Timothy HAY. 300 bales Prime Western HAY. 8,000 bushel* CORN. 4.000 bushels OATS. 40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN. 12.000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES. 20,000 pounds SMOKED SIDES. Also, MEAL, GRITS. FLOUR. CRACKED onnv -ad nnnv rwi *i,23-r ’ chariesTTamotteT Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WILL practice in the Courts of this State and of the United States. Will also give prompt attention to Notarial business. Office. Room No. 10 Commercial Building, over Post Offlaa mhUAa Pinna! Water. Apollinaris “THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.” British. Medical Journal. ,l lts purity offers ths best sseurity against th* dangers which in rural districts, as in towns and cities, are common to most of the ordinary drink ing waters there." London Medical Record. ANNUAL SALE, 9 MILLIONS. Of Grocers, Druggists, A- Min. Wat. Dealers. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. jeS-M.W&FIw THE BEST AND CHEAPEST .NATURAL APERIENT :m/v,jganoa Sure, n and Gentle. | my27,je!o&jy4 ffelteer aperient. No one should travel without a bottle of Tarraut’s Seltzer Aperient Changes of temperature, irregularity of rest and eating, and exposure to drafts, are great and active agents in deranging the secretions of the body. A dose of this aperient will pre vent the evils resulting from such causes, and save many inconveniences and dangers. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. je7-Tu.F.w£Tel2w *tfatfhrs, .iljoielrif, &c. Th Largest Jbvblft Home SOUTH OF NEW YORK IS IANIMS, Where can be found the MOST VARIED STOCK in this line on sale in any city North, South, East or West. A MOST MAGNIFICENT AND UNSURPASSED ASSORTMENT Jewelry, Watches, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, BRONZES, CLOCKS, FraciJapeseNofels C PERA GLASSES, ETC. Strangers in the city should visit this well Known and extensive Jewelry Establishment, COR. OF BULL AND BROUGHTON STS. S.P. HAMILTON. mj-stf Waltham fatties IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES. BLUE, GREEN AND SMOKED Eye Glasses, Spectacles -AND COQUILLES, At the lowest pr ssible prices, at M. STERNBERG’S, 24 BARNARD STREET. my27-tf J 7 W. TYIMAN, Engineer and Machinist, BAVANNAH, 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 Despite the Lying Attributes of Man, A F\A.OT. I offer the last consignment of SE’DENBERG’S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS at reduced prices. GOLFO CABALLEROS *7 00 GOLFO OPERA 6 00 FOR CASH. Also, the celebrated OCONECHEE SMOKING TOBACCO. 8. SOLOMON, my2-2m Agent, Marshall House Block. stp Good*. Our M il k Secoid Floor Has taken the: people by storm; the immense crowds of all classes of people who patronize it, and the increased receipts are splendid evidences; yet we do not rest—we continually add more and more HARD OF BARGAINS! To the various departments comprising our Bazar, thus keeping the stock fresh, novel and interesting. OUR, BAZAR BOASTS now of an unexcelled line of bargains. The people are amazed and continually ask us how we manage to sell our goods so cheap. We win mention a few of the principal ad ditions: All Linen, Fancy Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS at 5c., full, worth 152. All Llnen.very fine quality. Fancy Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c. You can’t match it at 25c. A Gents’ All Linen Fine HANDKERCHIEF at 10c., 12)4c. and l£c„ fully worth 25c . 3'c. and 50c. SIbK HANDKERCHIEFS worth 50c at 253. TEASPOONS at lc. each. SCISSORS at 5c., worth 25c.; at 10c., worth 50c. SHFARB at 15c., worth 75c. Also, a lot of 500 LADIES’ LINEN ULSTERS, Perfect In every particular, at only 75c. The material cannot be purchased at what we se’J the garment ready made. Calico Wrappers aid Calico and Lawn Saits For Ladies and Misses, and BOYS’ WAISTS, we offer at less than the co3t of the mate rial. They are made in excellent style and superior workmanship. 30 Marseilles Suits For BOYS and MISSES, slightly soiled, will be offered at the Bazar at amazingly low prices. SUN BONNETS! SUN BONNETS! For LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN, of all kinds, is another feature in our Bazar. We pro pose to sell these goods at such prices that will prevent the making them at home. We hardly charge the cost of the material. But above ail towers OUR LADIES’ UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT! Here we have tried our utmost to excel in quality, in the make, in tastiness and low prices. Such goods at such prices as we offer them WAS NEVER AND WILL NEVER be reached by ths shrewdest competition. We claim that every word we have said in behalf of our Bazar is strictly true and not a single jot overdrawn, for we realize the fact that bombastic and sense less blowing injures the reputation of any respectable house. Just as much as we are sensiiive to have our word believed in our private surroundings, so jealously do we guard our public an nouncements. We claim that whoever misleads the public by overdrawn advertisements is guilty of a falsehood. Therefore we have avoided it, and for this reason our advertisement commands the respect of the public. So much for our Bazar. Now for our DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT! We offer this week our entire stock of ALL WOOL BUNTINGS, in colors, at 20c., and in Black as low as 15c. When we say all wool, we mean not only all wool filling, but also all wool chain. All of our DAMASSEE BUNTINGS, in black and colors, recently sold at 35c., we have reduced to 19c. NUN’S VEILING.—This popular goods we offer in all wool at 35c. Avery superior quality, yard wide, at 60c , which cannot be excelled at what is sold elsewhere at *l. At $1 we sell a54 inch NUN’S VEILING, equal to the very best sold at *1 75. We especially call attention to our line of FANCY SUMMER SILKS, SATIN De LYON and GUINE'I ’S best quality CACHEMIRE SILKS. BOBINET MOSQUITO LACE.—We have in ail widths and qualities and as low as 23c. for 2)4 yards wide and fair quality. CORSETS at *l. We offer a Corset which has never been sold for less than *1 50. DAVID WEISBEIN. my3l-N*Teltf ssUUnerg (Socas. BIG CJLEARIWG SALE 1 1 AL'iiim & it, 133 BrougSiton Street. OUIt IMMENSE STOCK LARGELY REDUCED. LOW AND POPULAR PRICES THROUGH OUT. THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW: IMITATION FRENCH CHIP HATS 15 c „ worth 50c. IMITATION FRENCH CHIP HATS 25c.. worth 75c. IMITATION FRENCH CHIP HATS 5Uc„ worth *1 09. FINE LEGHORN HATS file., worth *1 00. BETTER QUALITY LEGHORN HATS 75c.. worth *1 85. These are all new shapes of this season. New bargains daily opened. Here is another: 10 PLACES Fine SILK GAUZ>S 25c , worth 75c.; 10 pieces Better Quality Gauze 85c., worth i *1 00; 10 pieces very Fine Quality GAUZE tOc., worth *1 25. There will be no opportunity like the present lo purchase these goods. Our elaborate stock of Plain and Fancy RIBBONS greatly reduced. Likewise reductions m I LOWERS, Fr ATHEKS, ORNAMENTS. SILKS. SATINS and other MILLINERY GOODS Also extra inducements in EMBROIDERIES, LACFS, HANDKERCHIEFS OOK.-ETS. BUTTONS, 1 Jam and Fancy HOSIERY, Ladies’and Gents’ LISLE THREAD GLOVES,L ACE TO ’ GLOVES, SILK 11ITTS, Ladies’ and Gents’ UNDERWEAR, positively the most reasonable m the city. Gents’ NECKWEAR. COLLARS and CUFFS. The best fhtintr U NLA UN DRIED SHIUT for I-sc. Sold elsewhere for *1 Children’s SLIPS aud ROBES. Ladies’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, LACE TIES, MULL TIES. EMBROIDERED MULL SASHES, LACE COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS, Parasols and Fans! And many other goods, too numerous to mention. SHOES! | SHOES! j SHOES! For Ladies, Gents, Misses and Children. Good substantial goods, at *l, $1 25 and *1 50. Sold for considerable more elsewhere. jeS-tf Flaws Net tttfSti, 108 Brougliton Street. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM IN SAVANNAH. POSITIVE REDUC TION IN PRICES OF SILK PARASOLS! SILK PARASOLS! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF TRIMMED * UNTRIMMED HATS AT BURPBIBINGLY LOW PRICES. LADIES’ AND GENTS' UNDERWEAR SPECIAL BARGAINS THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE DEPARTMENTS. je7 tf (barkers ana CmuUejs. E. J. ACOSTA, Jr., MANUFACTURER OF takers, Cakes and Candies, ALL VARIETIES AND OF BEST QUALITIES. INCREASED FACILITIES AND NEW MACHINERY ENABLE ME TO SUPPLY THE LARGEST URDERB PB'JMPTLY. PRICES AS LOW AS CAN BE OBTAINED IN ANY MARKET. ORDERS 80LICITVD AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Corner Bay and Barnard Streets, Savannah., my3o N&Teltf uriinmt wmi ■ i trffiww* 7 ihwittb 1 iiaacewanßanro iiwr—■■ 1— ■mmmmmmh— l lEatrfrfg, iiwflrg, &t. A. L. DKNBOUIGILON JEWELER AND DEALER IN Waltham and Elgin Watches. FINE GOLD JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, AGENT FOR THU PIONEER WATCH. STERLING SILVERWARE. TRIPLE-PLATED WARE. FRENCH AND AMERICAN CLOCKH GOLD-HEADED CANES STAR SPECTACLES. OPERA MANUFACTURER OF FLORIDA GLASSES. JEWELRY. novl-W FAM?/ Bl LL STBEET * ®rPOIITB SCP.EVES HOUSE. feittfler gkh and s/ti*. Tlie Oreat Summer DrinlLs! REFRESHING AND INVIGORATING. CANTRELL * COCHRANE’S DUBLIN AND BELFAST GINGER ALE AND CLUB SODA. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. See that the Cork is branded “Gantred & Cochrane. Dublin and Belfast.” aps-Tfu&F26) Shoulder Braces For Ladies, Gents, Misses and Youths. Avery large assortment at G. M. Heidt & Co.’s Drug Store. my26-tf Steel Barbed Wire Fencing. sm'ajss,* ™e; of patent. For sale by W|EO A CORNWELL. IftiUtamt (goods. Wm S® The greatest variety in the city from 25c. up in Gingham, lawn Cambric and Nainsook, with Insertion, Cord and Puff. CROCHETED SACKS At 50 and 75 cents. HATS. HATS. HATS. H ATS. NONE CHEAPER IN THE CITY. DEXTER’S KNITTING COTTON In all colors. STAMPING TO ORDER. HATS. HATS. HATS. MRS. SC. POWER, 168 BROUGHTON 8T , SAVANNAH, GA. my23-tf |™&lELE?&ra E a CINCINNATI. REPRESENTED BY J. P. PETTY, ATLANTA, GA. janT-F.MAWfim J^tOtTS. Cooking Stoves. Cooking Stoves. Cooking Stoves. COOKING STOVES. COOKING STOVES. COOKING STOVES. LARGE STOCK, LOW PRICES. COMACR HOPKINS, apl9-tf 167 BROUGHTON STREET. jtytftatifs. ROCK CRYSTAL grrCTACLISAM) EVE GLASSES MA IMMINENT Oculist3 recommend them ea 'j embracing all the merits required to con stitute them the best helps to sight in use. Every pair warranted to give desired satis faction. I have the latest invention in use, the GRAPHOSCOPIC OPTOMETER, for fitting aight accurately. A> F . FJjI ?iT, WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED WARE, myl-W.F&Mtf 135 CONGRESS ST. latnts, ©Us, &c. (Established 1840.) Steamboat and Mill Sopplies TUCK’S PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS PISTON PACKING. ASBESTOS BOARD PACKING. GUM PACKING. ITALIAN HEMP PACKING. eagle packing. 60AP STONE PACKING. OUVEh' S PAINT AND OIL STORE NO. 5 WHITAKER STREET. nov!7-tf JOHN 6* BUTLEK, Wholesale am.' Retail Dealer in White Lead, Oils, valors, Glass, Etc HOUSE AND SIGlf PAINTING. SOLE Agent for the OECRvGLA LIME, CAL CINED PLASTER, OEME Vi’S, HAIR, LAND PLASTER, etc. Sole Agent foi F- T 9;r,P, IE^ E & CO.’S PURE PREPARED PAINTS. One hundred dollars guarantee that th-i Eaint con tains neither water or benzine, and Is the only guaranteed Paint in the market. lAl#-tf No SB Dravton street. Batnurt.*h. Ha. Sttrfliritxal. 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. SI 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 S5, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treat ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued by OSCEOLA BUTLER, Druggist, turner Bull and Congress streets. Savannah, Ga. Orders by mail promptly attended to. mh3o-d.w&Telly For Oliills and Pove* Ai’tO ALL DISEASES t - j HaUriul Poisoning of theHloo* Price, For uUe by all Druggl*> niy I J-u&wbm PBESGRiPTSON FREE T'or the ocedv Cure of Hft vom W nifcncw, Coal T or Immature fc '’H l **. ?7 o "3r2£’ Denpondenvy, t'oifuilon of Ida us, I>ef?tlye Mew* *rj und dUorder* brought on V*J Exreaaea. Any drncgDt ha the ln^ r ’'f l r ksl in plain Brln.l iifdopt. Addre-t IR . .8. JAlt JiSS 180 Went sixth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. nahl4-d&wlv _______ lonto. FOOD UNITED WITH THE BEST REPARA TIVE TONICS, AROUD’S FEBIUTGINOUS WINE, WITH! QUINQUINA AND ALL THE NUTBI- WlltL TIVE PRINCIPLES OF MEAT. REGENERATOR OF THE BLOOD. This preparation will be found especially benefi cial to persons suffering with Chlorosis, Anemb, Amenorrhcea, and in all cases of de bility resulting from a vitiated state of the hlood General Depot, J. FERRE, successor to * Aroud IC2 Rue Richelieu, Paris. Messii. E FOUGERA & CO., Agents, No. 30 North William street. New York. . For ttle in Savannah, Ga., by LIPPMAN [ BROS. mylß-Feowly JWUffpittfl. SAVAS.MB MB SEW YORK Ocean Steamship Company. CABIN S2O EXCURSION 82 STEERAGE 10 THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CITY OF AUGUST A, Captain Nicub son, SATURDAY, June 11, at 5:30 p. M. GATE CITY, Captain Daoorrr, WEDNES DAY, June 15, at 9:30 a. x. CITY OF NIACON. Captain Kkxpton,SAT URDAY, June 18,1881, at 11:30 a. *. CITY OF COLUIBUB, Captain Fish in. TUESDAY, June 21, at 2:30 r. u. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the United Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passags apply to GTm. SORREL, Agent, aug26 City Exchange Building. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.’S Philadelphia Line. Leaving Each Port Every Saturday. FIRBT CLASS PABBAoi $lB 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE ID OC CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK VU PHILADELPHIA. 20 00 EXCURSION TICKET3 TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOB THREE MONTKB IROM DATE OF issue) ao on 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 BTEAMSHIP CITY OF SAVANNAH, Captain J. W. CATHARINE. WILL leave Savannah on BATURDAY, June 11, 1881. at 5:00 o’clock p. X For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to WM. HUNTER Sc SON. Jc6 td Agents. Merchants* and Miners* Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. OABIN PABBAGE sls 00 SKOOND CABIN... 12 50 EXCURSION. 25 00 The steamships of the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company ore appointed to s *ll os follows: GEO. APP OLD, Captain W LOVELAND. TUESDAY, June 14th, at 10:00 A. x„- SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, SATURDAY, June 18th, at 12:00 M. Through bills lading given to all points Wess, 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 St CO., Ageuus, jeß-tf 114 Bay street. FOR BOSTONDIKECT. CABIN PASSAGE $lB OO STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 00 Boston and Savannah Steamship Lins fZ I r SEMINOLE, Captain H. K. HALLETT. WEDNESDAY, June 22, at 8:30 p. x. THROUGH bills of lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, to Liverpool by the Ounard, warren and Leylan<s lines. The ships of thi3 line connect at their wharf with all railroads leading out of Boston. RICHARDSON * BARNARD, Agent*. F. NICKERSON St 00.. Agents, Boston. le9-tf Savinnali, Florida £ Charleston STEAM PACKET LINE. Summer Schedule. THE STEAMER CITY POINT, Captain T. CREASER, WILL LEAVE FOR Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka And Intermediate Landings on St. John’s River and Charleston, S. C..from Deßenne’s Wharves, foot of Abercorn street, as follows: FROM SAVANNAH FOR I FROM SAVANNAH FOR FLORIDA. | CHARLESTON. Tuesday, June 7, at 9 Friday, June —, at 8 p. m. P M. Connecting at Fernandina with Transit Road for Waldo, Gaintsville, Cedar Keys, Tampa and Key West. Close connection made with steamers for Enterprise, Mellonvilie and Ii termediate Land ings on the Upper 8t John’s, also with steamers for the Ocklawaha river. First-class passen ger accommodations. Through tickets and s’ate rooms secured, and all information fur nished at office, corner of Bull and B-yan st-eets. Pulaski Houe. Freight received daily, except Sundays. JNO. F. ROBERTbON, General Agent. Office on wharf. LEVI J. GAZAN, Q. T. A. my2l if APB.IL, 1881. Now Daily, Except Sunday. Sea Island Route to Jacksonville AND ALL OTHER POINTB IN FLORIDA. A DELIGHTFUL sail through a strictly in land watercourse, insuring a full night’s rest and good meals at regular hours. PALACE STEAMERS FLORIDA, CITV OF BRIDGETON Leaves Savannah every Leaves Savannah every Monday. Wednesday, Tuesday. Thuisdny and Friday at 4 p. x. and Saturday at 4 p. x. Connecting at Fernandina with STEAIQBOAT EXPRESS TRAIN Via the new Fernandina and Jacksonville Rail road. Only 70 minutes by rail. Close connec tion made at Jacksonville with steamers for all points on St. John’s and Ocklawaha rivers. Connection also made at Fernand.na with the Transit Railroad for Waldo, Bilver Spring, Orange Lake. Ocala, Gainesville and Cedar Key, thence by steamer to Tampa, Manatee, Key West, Havana, Pensacola and New Or leans. Steamer DAVID CLARK will leave Savan nah every MONDAY and THURSDAY for Doboy, Darien and Brunswick, calling at all way landings. Connection made at Brunswick with Brunswick and Albany Railroad. For tickets and staterooms, apply to LEVE A ALDEN’S Tourist Office, corner B .11 and Bryan streets. J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager, WM. F. BABRY. Gen. Agent. GUSTAVE LEVE. O. P. A, ap7-tf For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE WILL leave EVERY TUESDAY at 6 o’clock p. m. for Augusta and Way Landings. Positively no freight received or receipted for after 5 o’clock v. m. All freights payable by LAWTON jeß if Manager. REGULAR LINE. The Steamer Centennial, W. C. ULHO, Master, TTTILL leave Savannah EVERY TUESDAY W AFTERNOON, to suit the tide, for ST. CATHAWNK’B, DOBOY, UNION ISLAND, DARIEN, and landings on SATILLA RIVER. Freight transferred at Darien to steamer Cumberland for ALTAMAHA RIVER. Agent at Darien, C. 5L QU ARTERMAN. apT-tf J. P. CHASE, Agent, . t. ,'x.=r=# i Savannah, Florida & Westers Rf General Manager’s Omct, L Bavannah. May 21st, 1881. f ON and after SUNDAY.MaysKd, 1881, Passen ger Trains on this road will run as fol lows: FAST 51 AIL. Leave Savannah daily at 1:20 p m Leave Jesup daily at. 3:40 p m Leave Tebeauville daily at 5:05 pm Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:41 p m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 8:40 pm Leave Jacksonville daily at 7:35 am Leave Callahan daily at .. 8:42 a m Arrive at Tebeauville daily at 11:10 a m Arrive at Jesup daily at 12:35 pm Arrive at Savannah daily at 3:00 p m Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick take this train, arriving at Brunswick 6:00p. m. Passengers leave Brunswick 9:30 a. m,, ar rive at Savannah 3:00 p m. Passengers for Darien take this train. Passengers leaving Macou < :00 a. m. (daily) connect at Jesup with this train for Florida. Passengers from Florida by this train con- * nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon 7:50 p. m daily. Drawing Room Cars on this train between Savannah and Jacksonville. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 10:30 p m Leave Jesup daily at 2:40 am Inave Tebeauville daily at 4:35 a m Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:11 a m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 8:10 a m Arrive at Live Oak daily at 10:5 a m Leave Live Oak daily at 2:30 p m Leave Jacksonville daily at 5:25 p m Leave Callahan daily at 6:25 pm Arrive Tebeauville daily at 9:10 p m Arrive Jesup daily at 11:05 pm Arrive Savannah daily at 2:00 a m Palace Sleeping Cars on this train daily be tween Savannah and Jacksonville. Charleston and Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. No change of cars between Savannah and Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. Passengers leaving Macon 7:30 p. m. connect at Jesup with this train for Florida daily. Passengers from Florida by this train con nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon 7:06 a m. daily. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, Cedar Keys and Florida Transit Road take this - train. Passengers from Savannah for Madison, Mouticello, Tallahassee and Quincy take this | train. Passengers from Quincy, Tallahassee, Monti- I cello and Madison take this train, meeting I sleeping cars at Tebeauville at 9:10 p. m. ALBANY EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 4:15 pm j Leave Jesup daily at 7:05 p m Leave Tebeauville daily at 9:30 pm Leave Dupont daily at 11:45 p m Arrive Thomasviile oaily at 5:00 a m Arrive Bainoridge daily at 8:00 a m Arrive Albany daily at 8:45 am Leave Albany daily at 4:45 p m Leave Bainbidge daily at 5:15 p m Leave Thomasviile daily at 8:45 p m Arrive Dupont daily at 1:45 am Arrive Tebeauville daiiy at 4:05 am Arrive Jesup daily at 6:25 a m Arrive Savannah dally at 9:15 am Sleeping cars run through between Savannah and Albany and Jacksonville and Montgomery dally without change. Connection at Albany daily with passenger trains both ways on Southwestern Railroad to and from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, Mo bile. New Orleans, etc. Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge for Apa lachicola and Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday. Close connection at Jacksonville dally (Sun days excepted) for Green Cove Spring, St Au gustine. Palatka, Enterprise, Sanford, and all landings on St. John's river. Trains on B. & A. R. K. leave junction going west at 11:37 a. m., and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. 1 hrough tickets sold and Sleeping Car Berths and Drawing Room Car accommodation se cured at BREN’S Ticket Office, No. 22 Bull street, and at the company’s depot, foot of Liberty street. J. S. TYSON, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Master Trans. Gen Pass. Agent. 11. S. HAINES, General Manager. Central £ Southwestern R. R’ds Savannah, Ga., April 26th, 1881. ON and after WEDNESDAY, April 27th, 1881, passenger trains on the Central and south western Railroads and branches will ran a* follows- READ DOWN. HEAD DOWN. Ao. 1, From Savannah. Ao. 2, 9:2Ua. in. Lv Savannah Lv. 7:30 p.m. 4:45 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. Ao. 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. 7:20a, m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p. m. 2:25a.m. Ar Columbus..... Ar. 1:40p.m. Ar Eufaula.... .Ar. 4:15p.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. No. 2. From Macon. No. 4. 7:10 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:35 p. m. 8:45 p. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 7:15 a. m. 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a, m. 9:44a. 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. 1:40p.m. Ar ....Columbus Ar. 2:25p.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, From Atlanta. No. 3, 2:15p.m. Lv Atlanta Lv. 12:20night 6:55p. 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. 3:58 p.m. Ar...Milledgeville...Ar. 9:44 a.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, 8:45 p. m. No 2. From Eufaula. 12:00 noon Lv Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany 6:35 p. m. Ar Macon 2:25a. m. Ar.... Columbus 3 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 5:20a.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 j Ar Eatonton. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah No. 17. From Eatonton and Milledgeville. 2:15 p. m. Lv Eatonton ! 3:58 p. m. Lv.. .Milledgeville .. j 2:25 a. m. Ar Columbus j 6:05 a.m. Ar Albany 1 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta I 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta | 7:15 a. m Ar Bavannah j 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 i Perrv daily (except Sunday), and at Cuthbert j for Fort Gaines 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 Savapnah with Savannah, Florida and , Western Railway, at Augusta with all lines to North and East, at Atlanta with Air Line and Kennesaw Routes to all points North, East i ami West. Pullman Sleeper from Augusta to Washing- | ton without change. Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured at j SCHREINER’S, 127 Congress street. G. A. Whitkhx ad, WILLI AM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt. Gan. Supt., Savannah. J. O. Shaw, W. F. BHELLMAN, Gen. Trav. AgL Supt B. W. 3, B„ Macon, Ga. ap2B-tf Charleston & Savanna?* By. Cos. Savannah, Ga., May 17, 1881. Commencing Wednesday, May ißth, at 2:30 a. m., and until further notice, trains will arrive and depart as follows: Going North—Trains 47 and 43. Leave Savannah 3:35 p. m., 2:40 a. m. Arrive Charleston junc’n 8:50 p. u., 8:15 a. m. Leave Charleston 8:30 p. m , 8:00 a. m, Leave Florence 1:55 a. m., 1:05 p. h. Leave Wilmington 640 a.m., 6:25 p.m. Arrive Weldon 12:50 p. m m 1:25 a. m. Arrive Petersburg 3:45 p. m., 4:15 a. m. Arrive Richmond 4:45 p. M , 5:10 a. h. Arrive Washington 9:30 p. m., 9:10 a. m. Arrive Baltimore 11:25 p. m., 10:50 a. m. Arrive Philadelphia 3:30 a.m., 1:25 p.m. Arrive New York 6:45 i. u , 8:50 p. v. Passengers by above schedule m&xe close connections for the North and East, via all rail Bay Line and Old Dominion Line. m~ Passengers by the 2:40 a. m. train must procure tickets at Bren’s office before 9p. m. The depot ticket office mil not be open for that train. Coming South. Leave Charleston.... ... 7:10 a.m., 3:30 p.m. Arrive Savannah 12:50 p. m., 9:30 P. K. Augusta and Port Royal. Leave Savannah 3 35 p K. Arrive Port Royal. 8:05 p. x. Arrive Augusta 10:30 p. M. Leave Augusta 1:50 p. m. Leave Port Royal 4:,0 p. u. Arrive Savannah 9:30 p. k. Arrive Charleston 9:30 p. m. For Tickets, Sleeping Car accommodation and further information apply to Win. Bren, 22 Bull street, and at Ticket Office S., F. & W, R’y Depot. C. 8. GADSDEN, Sup’t. 8. C. Boylstom G. P. 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