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sTfuRiTuTjrLY 23 1881. gommrtrtJl. SAVANNAH N.IHAKT. WHHKLY REPORT. OITICI OK THI HORNING NEWS. t vaxsah. July **. IWI. * GenxraJ. Remarks—Fudness has been quiet during the week, with but little activity In any of the narkets. Money is comparatively easy, with light transaction*. Stock* and bond* continue quiet and but few galea have taken pi ice. Central common closes dull with free offerings at quotations; Augusta and Sa vannah has advanced a point; Central common two points; Georgia common two points: Southwestern a half point, and new Savannah bonds a quarter point. Memphis and Charleston has declined two points. There is some activity in bacon and the market U very firm an 1 advancing. * lour is steady, the demand is good, stock ample, and prices are tending higher. No corn has been received by sail, but the receipts by rail and coastwise stoamers have been fair, and the market i s very firm and tending upwards; the demand has moderated somewhat. Naval Stores.—'The rosin market continues compiratively quiet, with alight demand A decline has taken place in pale roan, and the market closes dull for this class of rosin. There is a good demand for E, F and G, and the market closes steady for those grates. Sales for the week 4.0*9 barrels. There has been a fair demand for spirits turpentine dur ing the week, and the market closes firm at a decline from last week's figures. Sales for the week 1.C54 casks. Cotton —There has been a fair demand for this staple during the week, and good sales have ben made for this late In the season. The tone of the market is firmer, and the out look generally is more favorable, futures ad vancing steadily in the leading mantels. The sales for the week were 775 bales. The following resume of the week's business will show the transactions each day and the quo tations at the close: Saturday—The market opened quiet and closed unchanged. No sales. Monday—The market opened firm and closed s>. B*l>s 71 bales. Tuesday—The market opened and closed quiet. Sales SI ba'ee. Wednesday- The market opened quiet and firm and closed unchanged. Sales 153 bales. Thursday—The market opened quiet and firm and closed so. Sales 417 bales. Friday—The market opened and closed quiet and firm. Sa es 33 bales. We quote: Middling Fair 1144 Good Middling I'M Middling ICJJ Low Middling 10 Uood Ordinary 844 1 irdmarv - 74*© The receipts of cotton at this port from ail sources for the past week have been 2,003 bales upland, against t>l3 bales for the cor responding week last year. The par.ieulars of the receipts have been as follows: Per Central Railroad. 1,676 bales up land; per Savannah. Florida and Western Kailwar. 325 hales upland; per Augusta steam ers, 1 bale upland; from Brunswick, 1 bale up land. The exports for the week have been 2,939 bales upland and 67 bales sea island, moving ss follows: To Sew York, 1,152 bales upland and >2 bales sea island: to Philadelphia, 3 bales up and; to Baltimore, 1,745 bales up land and 5 bales sea island: to Boston, 69 bales upland. The siock on hand at the close of the market to-day was 16,911 bales upland and 46 bales vea island, against 8,917 bales upland and 34 baies sea island for the corresponding date last year. Kies —There has been an active demand for this grain during the week a' ateidy values. Sales for the week 1.14* barrels. The exports have been 1,177 barrel* and 15casks, as follows: To Baltimore, 90) barrels; to Philadelphia, 5 barrels; to New York. 217 barrels and 15 casks. We quote: Common -5412 * Fair 444tt4*4 Good 5*4t54* Prime 6 Choice 6 Rough— _ Country 65c. ® 9 jc. Carolina crop. 75c. ®SI 40 Comparative Statement of Hecelpts* Lx Port* ana Ntorke of Cotton at the Following I'lucc* to LalMt llatna, |"i ’" [ EXPORTED SINCE SEPTEMBER |, TO ~~ Received I ■ —— since Great Otn’rF’i Total C’stwlse hand and on September Ist. i Britain. France. Potto. Foreign. Porto. Bhlpboard. 1880 I 11179 1880 1880 1680 1880 1880 lhU 1879 New ( rleans July 2* 1,470.897 1.180,61 i 899.668 888.891 886,913 1.768,772 909,871 83,099 56.808 Mobile Inly 82 470.957 858 81TB 69,4-1-’ 84,771 12 ft.-.' 110,738 118.871 4,285 4,817 Florid* July 28' 98.975 94.768 8 1 8751 Texae July 82 665,893 461,847 999,058 48.901 lI'.OOO 459, 'I l I'd! 3581 87.770 8.197 . JUp’d, I 851,900 788,8491 197.96(1 41.564 866,878 509.1061 356.679 1 16,911 8,917 Savannah 1 Si I. f Ju, *~ 14 „„ n. 5 5,417 808 8.81“ 460 84 JUp’d J... July 88 600.92 1 441,419 168,019 89,6>5 207.669 480,318 177,H'*9 2,556 1,782 Charleston i (C I, f. ..July 15 11.751 8,179 7,579 2.875 9.854 .3"l 1,095 MS North Carolina July 22 111,229 76,314 6.876 2.250 7,909 6.862 1.188 1.051 Virginia July 22 768,151 572,5*9 879,847 2,850 7.905 990,609 369,781 4,095 7.848 New York, overlaud July 22 181.861 ‘226,865 331.6 6) 38,919 1*9,783 497,1421 1*2,301 105,807 Other ports July 22 56.1,558 506,49.5 311,86.5 41,127 | 13 099 21 191 Total . M 83.48.3 T , 967, 1,318,397 ' 4,116,210 1,439,039 286,88.1 Total to date In 1879 4.888.212, | | ! I I 814,089 Compimllvr Colton Statement, RECMPTS, ExrOKTB and Stoce oh hand Jcly 22, 1881, AMf FOR THE NAME TIME LAST YEAR \ 1880-91. 1879-80. sea Sea Inland. Upland. Inland. Lpland. -itnck on hand. Sept. 1 .. 81 10.888 11 l.f.sJV ‘teceived sine** July 15.... .. . 8,003 .... 040 Received previously 14,191 849,897 11,1158 721,6(8 Pot El 14,268 864.788 11,669 723,770 FTnnrted since July 15... 67 8.9H9 298 Exported previously 13,781 ■ 812,878 11,615 714, 5*6 Total 13,798|~ 845,847 11,635 714,888 )trk on hand and on ship- I hoard July 22 4601 16,9111 84 8,947 Movements or C>rmw at Interior Ports.— Giving receipts and shipments for the week ending July 22J and stock on hand to night and for the comwponding week of 1880: r-Week ending July 22, 1841—. Receipt*. Shipment*. Stick. AurustA 317 831 6,819 Ooluiubus 78 78 1,662 Rome 57 ® *9 Macon 30 £9 3,541 Montgomery 61 67 2,06! Selma 71 *25 1.662 Memphis.. 1.158 2.365 11,36* Nashville 625 731 3.874 Total - 2,397 4.449 32,727 r-WMt ending July 23, 18S>-. Receipt*. Shipment*. Stock. Augusta ............. 162 1,166 4,531 rSSU 60 244 1,570 U * VMI Montgomery *4 *> ii >w* Nashville 62 . 895 3.615 Total 842 6.775 30 919 CONSOLIDATED COTTOS STATEMENT FOR THE WEEK ENDING JULY 22. 1881. Receipts at all U. S. ports this week.... 19,494 last year 12.962 Total receipts to data 5,683.485 last year. 1,914311 Export* for this week 38,860 Bame week last year 34.(77 Total exports to date... ..........4.378,006 Last year 3,733*06 Stock at all V oiled States ports 286,888 Last year 214.275 Stock at all interior towns 29.796 Last year 29,439 Stock at Liverpool 801.000 Last year 502.000 American afloat for Great Britain 86.000 Last year 117,000 LIVERPOOL MOVEMENT FOR THE WERE ENDING JCLT 22, 1981. AND FOR THE CORRESPOND:***] WEEKS OF 1980 AMO 1879. 1881. 1880. IST* Pales for the week.. 51JV0 47.000 41.000 Exporters took VJS 5,400 5,000 Speculators t00k.... *.300 *-201 1.000 Total stock 801.000 702.000 541.(01 Of which American. 613.000 463.000 413.000 T*l imports for week 31,000 35,500 14,000 Of which American. 19.0(0 24.(00 12.000 Actual exports 3.500 6,500 3.000 Amount afloat 186.000 239.000 199,000 (X which American. 86 000 117,000 96.0(0 Urioe..... 6*44. 61S-IM. •*l6d. TO* FOLLOWING STATXNINT SHOWS THX RECEIPTS AT ALL POHSW FOR TH* WXXXS ENDING JULY **D AND 15th and roa THI* WWK LAST TEAR this Week. Last Week. Last Venr 3a Ives ton 9.686 2.17* 1,088 New Orleans 4,736 3,480 3,808 Mobile 633 7 .699 Savannah 8,008 8.664 610 Charleston 687 738 1,488 Wilmington 26 54 142 Norfolk 446 564 8.088 Baltimore 512 964 949 New York 137 580 928 3ostoa 3,195 _ 4,185 1,144 dhiladelphla I*B* 1.469 370 Various 2.970 1,617 6JB Total 19,494 18,616 li^U Visible Mupply or Cotton as Mads up nv Cabl* and Telegraph.—Below we give the table of visible supply, as made up by cable and telegraph for the Financial and Commer cial Chronicle to July 15. The continental stocks are the figures of last Saturday, but the totals for Great Britain and the stocks afloat for the Continent are this week's returns, and con sequently brought down to Thursday evening; hence, to make the totals the complete figure* for July 15. we add the Item of exports from the United States, including In it the ex ports of Friday only: 1881. 1880. Stock at Liverpool 826.000 717,001 Stock at London 51,100 60.606 Total Great Britain stock.. .* 877.100 777 600 Stock at Havre 2(5,000 80,100 Stock at Marseilles 3,500 4.820 Stock at Barcelona 54,9 0 59.100 Stock at Hamburg 5.6 0 2,900 Stock at Bremen 57,200 30.100 Stock at Amsterdam 39.100 17,100 Btock at Rotterdam 5 CBU 3,150 Stock at Antwerp. 3,33) 1,320 Stock at other contiat'l port* 11 200 24.800 Total continental ports.... 385,510 223.390 Total European stocks.... 1,202,610 1,000.990 India cotton afio’t for Europe 284,000 222,000 American cotton afloat for Europe 167,000 221,000 Egypt. Brazil, Ac., afloat for Europe £5,00) 20.000 Stock in United States ports 310,556 223,028 Stock in U. S. Interior ports. 32.99) 85,347 United States exports to-day 11.603 5,000 Total visible supply 2,093,765 1,727.365 Of the above, the totals of American and other descriptions are as follows: American — Liverpool stock 635,000 473,000 Continental stocks 263.000 138,000 American afloat for Europe.. 167,000 2*1,000 United States stock 310,556 223,078 United States interior stocks. 32,9)9 35,347 U Tiled States exports to-day. 11,600 5,000 Total American bales 1,417,155 1,0A375 Total East India, Ac 676,610 63! ,990 Total visible supply 2.093,765 1,727,365 These figures indicate an increase in the cot ton tn sight to date of 566,400 bales as com pared with the BAine date of 188 *, an increase of 704.237 bales as compared with the corre sponding date of 1879, and an increase of 527,717 bales as compared with 1578. India Cotton Movement from all Ports The figures which are now collected for us. and forwarded by cable each Friday, of the ship ments from Calcutta, Madras, Tuticorin. Car war. etc. enables us, in connection with our previously received report from Bombay, to furnish our readers with a full and complete India movement for each week. We first give the Bombay statement for the week and year, bringing the figures down to July 14. BOMBAY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS FOR FOUR YEARS. Shipments this week - Great Britain. Continent. Total. 1881. 1,14X1 18,00) 19,000 1870 1,000 6 000 10,000 1879 l.ttO 1.00(1 1878 9.000 12,000 21,000 Shipments since January 1— Great Britain. Continent. Total. 1881 252.010 501.000 753,000 (870 314,000 417,000 791,000 (879 234.000 801,000 515.000 1878 .... 278,000 374.C00 652,000 Receipts— This week. Since Jan 1. 1881 12,000 1,091,000 1870*! 7.000 1,023.000 1879 7,000 851,000 187*:;.. 15.000 833.000 According to the foregoing Bombay appears to show an increase compared with last year in the week's receipts of 5 000 bales, and an in crease in shipments of 9,000 bales, while the shipuMnts since January 1 show a decrease of 38,000 bales. FINANCIAL. Money Market.—The money market Is moderately easy, with light transactions. Domestic Exchange—The binks and bank ers are buying sight drifts at 46 per cent, premium; selling checks at 4* per cent, pre mium. _ . . ... Sterling Exchange.—Sixty d.iy bills, with bills lading attached, nothing doing securities.—Stocks and bonds continue very quiet with somelittle investment demand for Georgia State bonds and for Nouthwesteru Railroad stock. Central Railroad is dull and freely offered at quotations. BONDS AND STOCKS. 9 tntt Bonds — Bid. Asked Georgia new 6’*, 1889, Jan. & July coupons 109 110 Q.'orria6 per cent., coupons Feb. and Aug., maturity 1881 and 100al07 101(3108 Georgia m’tg’e on W. t A, Railroad reg'lar 7 percent,, ooupons January and July. maturity 1886 109 110 Georgia 7 per cent, gold bonds 113 1W Georgia, Hmit h's, 1875....... 122 123 City Bonds— Augusta 6 per ceut ...106 107 Columbus 5 per cent 84 86 Macon 6 per cent. 100 101 New Savannah 5 per cent. quarterly 87J£ 6844 Railroad Bonds — A. A G. Ist m’tg'e consl’d 7 per cent., coupons Jan and July, maturity 1897... 116 117 Atlantic A Gulf endorsed city of Savannah 7 per cent., coupons Jan. and luly, maturity 1979 76 77 CeuraJ consolidated m’tg’e7 pe cent., coupons Janua ry ad July.tnaturity 1598.117 113 Georgian oer cent., coupons Jan. ard July, maturity . .106 107 Montgomery A Eufaula Ist mortgage and per cent., end. 107 108 Charlotte, Columbia A Au gusta Ist mortgage 112 113 Western Alabama 2d mtge. end. 8 per cent., coupons April and Oct., maturity 1890 120 121 S xuth Georgia A Florida, en dorsed. 114 115 South Georgia A Florida 2d mortgage 101 102 Railroad Stocks— Augusta A Savannah 7 per cent, guaranteed, ex div.l23 121 Central Common 119(4 Georgia Common 174 176 southwestern 7 per cent. guaranteed, ex div 11414 120 Mem phis A Charleston R.R.. SO 81 Central R. R. 6 per cent. cert ind 9374 100 Bacon.—Market very firm and advancing; clear rib s.des, ltVic ; shoulders. 84*e.: dry salted clear rib sides, 104*e.; long clear, 104fcC.; shoulders. 744 c I hams, liijqc. Bagging and Ties.- Market quiet: stockam ple. *34 lbs , !2Uc.; 2 lbs.. 1144 c.; W* lbs.. 1044 c. iron Ties -$l 60©l 75 $1 bundle, according to brand and quahtity. Pieced ties, 81 50® 1 60 Beef.—'The market is easy; stock ample. New Western V bbl . *lO 00®!S 00; Fulton Mar x' t, sl6 uo®lß CO bt>L; half bbls., $8 00® 10 00. Butter.—Market active: good demand. Oleo margarine. 18c.: Western, 18c.; Goshen, 28; Gilt Edge, 25c.; Creamery, 87c.; country, 18® •25c. Cocoanvts. —s3 50 V 100; *3O 9 1.000. Chke*e. —Maiket easy; fair demand; stock light, hew factory. 12c. 3* 0). Coffee— ’The market is steady; full stock; fair demand; ordinary to prime Kn>, 11JM4C., according to quality; old Government Java, none in stock. Dried Fritt.- Apples, 4V43“c. Peaches, 20c. Drt Goons.—The market Is firm and teudfng higher; full stocks. Prints. 53b)4c: Georgia brown shirting, $4, 5c.; 74 do, 6c.; 4-4 brown sheeting, 7c.; white osnaburgs, 8)43 checks, ?)43 s Hi:.; yarns. SOc. for best makes; drillings, 7)4®B*<*. , Flour.—The market is very firm and ad vanc'ng: stock ample; superfine. $6 2535 75; extra. 56 25®6 7t; fancy, 89 0 39 75; family, $7 2537' 75; extra family, $7 25®7 75; bakers. *7 2537 75. Florida Fruit and Vegetables.—Tomatoes, Floridas, selling from $1 to fl 50. Sweet pota toes, 50c. per bushel. Okra, demand light; $2 00 per crate; Georgia coming in; Water melons arriving very freely and market over- Fish.— Market steady; ample stock Mackerel: No. 3. half bbls. Si 50; No. 2, *4 00*34 50; No. 1, 5650. Herring: No. 1.30 c. box; scaled, 35c., cod. be. Grain.—Corn Is firmer, with an advancing tendency; demand slacking off some, though orders ure be ng receive 1 from all sections tributary to this market; white, f. o. b., 76c. by the car load; T7@7B.t. in smaller quantities; mixed, 72 37*c Oats 56c. Bran. $1 053115. Hat.—Market overstocked and prices lower. We quote at whole ale: Northern. 95c 3*l 00; by cargo. 85c.: Kastern, $1 1531 a); Western timothy, $! 3031 95. Hides, Wool etc—Hides—The hide market is easv: receipts light; dry flint, 13)4c ; salted, 9Uaii44c. Wool, market weak: offerings light; Tree of burrs, prime lo*s, 30331 c.; burry. 103:8c. Tallow, oc ; wax, 20c.; deer skins, 37c.; otter skins, 25c. 00. Iron -Market quiet; Swede, s^3'M-1 re fl nn/i 3 o Lard —The market is firmer; in tieroee, 13; tubs and kegs, 12)431374°- Lemons.— Market steady; stock ample; de mand good at $9 00310 00. Liqrons—The stock is large with a good de mand. at unchanged prices; Bourbon, $1 503 5 50; Rye, $1 5036 00; Rectified, $1 0031 85. Ales unchanged, and in good demand. Lime. Calcined Pi -aster and Cement.—Ala bama lump lime is in fair demand and is sell ing at $1 40? bbl.; Georgia, $1 40; Calcined Plaster. $1 8532 00 per bbl. Hair, sc. Georgia Cement, $3 00; Rosendale Cement, $1 65; Port land Cement, $4 00. _ . Nails—Marset easy; 3d, $5 35 : 4d and sd, $4 10; 6d, $3 60; Bd, $3 35: lOd to 60d, $* per keg. Nctr—Almonds. 17318 c. V ft.; French wal nuts, old, 12c.: Naples, new, 17c.; Pecans, 12c.: Brazil. 7)4c.: filberts. 12c. Oranges.—Fair demand; Messina, in boxes, $4 00. Onions—Scarce; $2 00 perorate. Oils.- Market firm and unchanged; fair de mand signal, 50 ibOc.: West Virginia black, 30 a 22c.; lard 70385 c.: beadlii-ht. 90325 c.: kero sene lie.; neaisfoot, 75c.: machinery, 35340 c.. linseed. 8539*mineral seal. 43c. Potatoes. —New N orthera potatoes $3 ( 0 ft barrel: stock very fine. . Prunes. —New Turkish. *c.; French, 10312 c. Raisins.— Light demand; market quiet New Layers, $2 25? box: new London Layers. $2 50)1 box: Dehesa, $3 50? box; Imperial Cabinets, $3 50 ? box. Shot.—Market firm; drop, V bag. *l9O, buck. *Vxval Stores. -The reri t* during the past week have been 7.409 bbls. rosin and 2.2v> casks spirits turpentine. The the same time ware A751 bbls of rogln and Lsoß casks of spirits as follows: To 831 barrels of rosin and 134 casks rplrita tur pentine; to New York. 1.498 barrels of rorin and 452 casks of spirits turpentine; to Balti more. 546 barrels rosin and 40 casks spirits of turpentine: to Boston. I.962barrelsiwlnana ITv casks spirit* turpentine; to Liverpool, 1.750 rosin and STO caeks spirit* turpentine. We quote: Rosins- D $1 56. Rsl7o F .$1 75. Gsl 75. Hsl 90, Is 2 10, KS9 37* MS* 2)6- N $2 SO. window glass $3 85. Spirits turpen tine-Oils and whisky A 89c , regulars 88a RRCKFTS, SHIPMENTS AND STOCK FROM APRIL 1, 1881, TO date, and for the corresponding BATE LAST YEAR. < St . 1881. 1880. . Botin Spirits Rosin Spirits On hand April L.. 53.627 2,106 29,904 6.568 Rec'd this week... 7,409 2.286 7.259 1.889 Ree and previously.. 85,853 28,518 83,089 22,635 Total 148,889 27,910 120.223 30,792 Shipments. Amsterdam 1,661 London 15.208 8,198 9.852 1,379 Liverpool 10,072 500 4,807 400 Libaa ..... .... 3,344 Ri*Z..,v; 7,37* .... 2,840 Barcetoofi 1,053- .... SiS Pasages 38 Mahon 25 4 Hamburg 11,888 .... 11,965 2,409 Glasgow 1,006 1,094 856 1,000 Goole 2,654 .... 2,410 Burnt 28 Antwerp, 3,661 Elsinore 2.302 Fiume 2.901 f'&rtJtazena 502 .... .... .... N wiwstle on Tyne 3,217 Boston . 2,374 2,538 1,202 1.678 New York 16,677 6,-48 37,210 9.967 Philadelphia 5.403 2.321 1,9 0 2,004 Baltimore 9,682 1,210 11,222 3.265 luterior towns.,.. ... 750 999 3,403 Total 96,167 23.487 89,048 27,170 Stock on hand and on shipboard July 22 50,72* 4.423 31,174 3,622 Sugars.—The market is steady; crushed and powdered, 11a: A, 10J4a; extra white. 834® 9Xc.; C. 814®**ic. Salt.—A targe stock of Liverpool in the mar ket. The demand is moderate and the market quiet; car load lots, 70c., f. o. b.; small lots, 90® 90c. Syrup.—Florida and Georgia syrups in fair supply, 40®45c.; the market is quiet for sugar bouse at 35®50c. Molasses. 27a Turnips.—*2 per bbl. Beets $2 50. Tobacco.—Stocks light; market firm; smoking Durham, 46®55c.; Fruits and Flowers. 60®65a; other grades. 40c.®$l 25. .Chewing—Common, sound. 33®40c.; medium, 40®55c.; bright, 60®75c., fine fancy, 85®90c ; extra fine, 90c.®$1 10; bright navies, 45®57c.; dark navies. 4 ! >Shsoe. Timber.—Nothing being done; no receipts. Shipping Umber by the cargo I. o. 0 TOC feet average $ 9 Go®ll 60 800 “ “ 10 00®U 00 900 “ “ 11 00®12 00 1.000 '* “ 12 00®14 00 Shipping timber in the raft— -700 feet average $ 6 00® 7 00 800 “ “ 7 00® 8 00 900 “ 6 00® 9 00 1.000 “ “ 9 00®10 00 Mill timber Si below these figures. Lumber.—Miiis are fairly supplied with work. Demand good. Prices range about as follows* Ordinary sizes sl6 00® 18 U 0 Difficult “ 13 00®*2 00 Flooring boards 18 00®2U 00 Bhiostuff 20 00®£2 00 EXPORTS OF LUMBER AND TIMBER FROM THE PORT OF SAVANNAH FROM SEPTEMBER IST TO DATE. Coastwise — Lumber. Tanner. New York 13,922,283 3,308 292 Philadelphia 6,491,917 116,499 Baltimore 5,106,361 315,415 Boston... 5,011,557 Matcus Hook 193,100 Washington, D. C 477,790 Belfast, He 107,672 ...... Portsmouth, N. H 168,969 Bath, Me 1,956.297 New Haven 623,315 120,141 Noank 11,144 435,573 Portland 241.6744 CottrliVille. 8. I 162,596 New Bedford 1£9,937 Kennebonk. Me 255XC0 Fall River 732,192 Wilmington, Del 193,225 Foreign— Great B itaio 1,105.0)0 2,741,651 New Brunswick 173.278 30,078 Spain 7,310,705 312,498 Portugal 2i9,275 Buenos Ayres. 843,158 11,708 Montevideo 1,344,616 Barranquilla 12.4*3 Gaudaloupe 60,000 Grey town 120,000 Aspmwall 179,870 West Indies 773.358 Santander 204.424 Germany ... 646.441 Holland 10.489 211,783 FREIGHTS. Lumber.— By Sail.— There are no arrivals of coast tonnage since our last, and vessels are in brisk demand at extreme rates for lumber and also for naval stores. Off shore business Is inure quiet. Our figures include the range of Savan uh. Darien Brunswick and Satilla, from 50c. to $1 (X) belp.g paid here for change of load ing port. We quote: To Baltimore and Chesa peake ports. $0 00®7 00; to Philadelphia. $6 50 ®7 5); to New fork and Bound ports, $7 50® 8 50; to Boston an.l eastward, $8 "o®9 00; to sit. John, N. 8., $8 50®9 00; (Timber $1 00 higher than lumber rates!; to the West Indies nd windward, $8 00®10 00; to South America Jl9 00; to Spanish ports, sl4 50®15 00; to United Kingdom for orders, timber 345.®355., lum -ter JJS 10s Naval Storks.—Safi.—Rosin and spirits, Bs. 6.1 cb ss. 6i. to United Kingdom or Continent di rect; a New York 40c. on rosin. 60c. on spirits, 'lien.n.—To New York, rosin, 30c., spirits 80c.; to Philadelphia, rosin 30c ; spirits 80c.; to Bai ‘bnr.re. r.s’n 40a, spirit* 75c.; to Boston, rosin 45c., spirits 50c. •TRAM COTTON— Liverpool, via New York, f lb 5-Hd Liverpool, via Baltimore, V lb 9 33d Liverpool, via Boston, V B> *4d Liverpool, via Philadelphia, V *>.... 13-32d Antwerp, via Philadelphia, S) 15-16 C Havre, via New York, <1 lb 13-16 c Bremen, via New York, ti lb 5-;6d Bremen, via Baltimore, $ lb 5 16d Amsterdam, via New York, 19 #> ... 15 33d Hamburg, via New York, 14 lb % • Boston, y bale $1 75 Sea Island. $ bale 1 75 New York, W hale 1 50 Sea Island, $ bale 1 50 Philadelphia, ¥ bale 1 50 Sea Island, 18 bale 159 Baltimore, y bale 1 25 Providence, V balß 1 75 BY SAIL Liverpool 9-32 J R Kew York, y cask $1 50 New York, barrel 60 Philadelphia, V cask 1 59 Baltimore, 14 cask 1 25 Boston,* cask 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE. <}rown Fowis, 14 pair 65 ® 75 Half-grown, y pair 30 ® 45 Three-quarters gro-vn, t* pair... 50 ® 55 Kggs, hi doz 15 & 17 Butter, mountain, 14 tt> 20 ® 30 Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va, 14 lb . 6c. ® Hand-Dicked ©lb 5a ® “ Straight Virginia 4c. @ '• North Carolina sc. ® “ Tennessee 4c. ® Florida B‘igar, V!b 5 ® 6H Florida Bvrup, $1 gallon 35 ® 45 Honey. 14 gallon 60 G 75 iweet Potatoes, V bushel 75 ®SI 00 Poultry—Market fully supppUed; de-umnd light. Egos—Market fully stocked. Butter— A good article in demand; not much on the market. Peanuts—Market fuiiy supplied: de nwnrt good. Svrup—Georgia and Florida in fair demand and supply. Sugar -Georgia and Florida scarce, aau very little demand. mA- 1 . - SAVANNAH iHAKKET. OFFICE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I Savannah, July 22, 1881, 1 p. m. ( Cotton.—This market opened quiet and firm and closed unchinged. Sales 38 bales. We quote: Middling Fair 11^ Good Middling 11W Middling 1 (! 94 Lew Middling 10 Good Ordinary B*4 Ordinary ~}4s© ('iDnpiiatlv* Cotton Statement. rteoelp U, S-sports, ond Stock on hand July 22, 1881, and for the tame time lent year, 1880-81 1879-80. Soa Sea Island. Upland. Island. Upland. Stock on hand Sept. 1 64 10,898 11 1,522 Received today .... 908 .... 184 Received previously..,..,. 14,194 851,692 11,(158 722,114 Total 14,258 862,788 11,669 723.770 Exported to-day .... .... .... Exported previously 13,798 845,847 11,635 714,823 Total 13,798 845,847 11,635 714,823 [ tockonband nndonship- I board July 22 460 16,941 84 8,947 Rice. —There was a moderate demand for this grain to-day. 06 barrels were sold, the market closing firm. We quote: Common 3)434)4 Fair 4i35 Good 5U®5)4 Prime 6>4®6)4 Choice 6)J ®7 Rough- Country.... 65c.395c. Carolina crop 75c.31 40 Naval Stores.—The rosin market continues comparatively quiet; 800 barrels were sold at our figure*, the market closing steady for E. F and G, and dull for the other grade*. There was a fair demand for spirits turpentine; 279 barrels were sold, the market closing easy. The receipts for the day were 791 barrels rosin and 33' casks spirits turpentine. We quote; Uosins—D $1 58. Ksl 70. Fsl 75, G $1 75 H $1 90, I $2 10, K $2 37)4, M $2 62)4, N $2 90, window glass 93 & Spirits turpentine—Oils and whis kys 38c , regulars 39c. Charleston Klee and Naval Storea Market. Charleston, July 21.— Rice— The business was well sustained at firm values. Sales 210 tierces clean Carolina. We quote: Common, 4®4)ic; fair. 4)4®sMc: good. 5)4® sc; prime, 6s6Wc. Carolina rough rice is quoted at 90c. 3 $1 20 per bushel for inland, and $1 20®$! 40 per bushel for tide water qualities. Prime lots of seacoast sell at full values. Naval Stores.— The receipts were 423 casks spirits turpentine and 9-5 bbls rosin. 1 here was a fair demand for rosins. Sales 1,500 bbls at $1 75 per barrel for C, D and E, $1 80 for F. $1 85 forG. $1 90 forH. $2 00 for I, $2 37)4 for K, $2 AH for M, $2 87)4 for N, $3 12)4 for window glass and water white. Bpiris turpen tine easier. Sales 50 casks at 39)4c per gallon for wLlskys. oils and regular packages. Crude turpentine is valued at S’ 80 per bbl for yellow dip and virgin.— Ntu>* and Courier. RIARKETS BY TBLKGKAPH. BOON REPORT financial London. Jut 22—Erie, 44)4- Paris. July 22, 2:00 p. m Rentes. BSf 15c. New Vos*. July 22. —Blocks opened dull. Money 333)4 pir cent Exchanga— 1 -n*.s4 82)4 ; short. $4 .-4)4- Government bonds dulL State bonds weak. \ ootton. Liver fool, JHy 33.—CM3N opened dull; middling uplands. 640; middling Orleans, 6 11-16d; sales 7,000 bale*, for speculation and export 1,010 bale*; receipt* t,s3o Dales, of which 2,400 are American. Futures: Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in Jutg. deliverable in July and August, 646®6 l-*2d; deliverable In August and September, 621 -88d: deliverable In September rxld October. 6J4d: deliverable in October and November, 6J. Price* fiat. Sales for the week 5 r.OtKT bales—American 87.510 bales;speculation. 2£oo bales: exports, 3,500 hales: actual exports, 3.500 bales; Im ports, 81,000 bales—American, 19,000 bales; stock, 801.000 bates—American. ffilOQO bales; afloat, 186.000- baies—American, 86,000. 1:30 p. m —Futures- Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in November and U-.--ember, 515-16d. 2 p. ml--Futures: Middling uplands, low mid clause, deliverable tn July, 6S2d: deliverable in July and August, 6 21-32d; deliverable In Au gust and September, 6 11-16d. MANCHssraa, July 2i—The market for yarns and fabrics is dull. New York, July 2* —Cotton market opened firm; sales 2,140 bales; middling uplands, 11 11-16 c; middling Orleans. 11 1516 c Peru res—Marker opened steady, with sales as fuliowa: July. 11 57c; Auguat, 11 58c: Sep tember. 11 14c; October, 10 53c; November. 10 63c; December, 10 35c. PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC. Liverpool. July 22, 1:30 p. m.—Breadstuffs firm; corn, new, ss; wheat, red winter. 9a sd® 9slod. Nbw York, July 22.—Flour opened quiet and unchanged. Wueat a shade lower. Dorn a shade better. Fork dull at sl7 90. Lard firm at 12 20c. Spirits turpentine. 4214 - Rosin, $2 for strain-- 4 . *■ reights firm Baltimore, July 22.—Flour—market firm; Howard street aDd Western superfine, 4- 50®4 25; extra, $4 25®5 25; family, $5 50® 650: c.ty mills superfine. $3 50®4 50, ditto extra, 5- 7)2.5 25; family, $6 75®7 00; Rio brands. $6 50®6 62; Fatai>.*oo family, $7 25. What- Soetheru easier; Western irregular and unset tled, but closing steady; Southern red, $1 21© 1 26>4; amber, $1 *s®l 29: No. 2 Western win ter red, ou the spot and July delivery. $1 27® 1 t714l August delivery. $1 2?i4®l 27ta: Sep tember delivery, $1 2814; October delivery. 30!4©1 81144. Gori Southern higher; West era higher and strong; Southern white, 62c; yellow, 58c. SVKNING REPORT. FINANCIAL. London. July 22,4:30 p. m.— Erie, 4444- New Yore. July 22.—Money, 2>4©3 per cent. Exchange. $4 8244 I° r *ixty days. Gov erament bonds closed quiet and weak; newmves (coupon), 10194: new four and a half per cento (coupon), 114)4: new four per cents icoupon), 11644. State bonds dull 3:o0 p. m.—Stocks closed as follows: N. Y. Central 142J4 Wab.,t.U & Pao. 5444 Erie 434a “ preferred .. SO)4 Lake Shore. 12244 Mempiib- & Ohar. 73 DlinoisCentral ...137>4 RocdslslanJ Nwli. AChat 80 western Union.. L’ville & Nash 10394 Alft.,Class A,2U>5. 76 Pittsburg *49 Ala,c:assA..<ir<ali. 79 Chica & North’n..’2;)44 Ala., C ass K, 5--.. 93 “ preferred .... 138 Ala., Cav O. 45.. 82 Sub-Treasury balances: Coin. $72,482,008 00: ctrrrency. $7,193,790 00. 5:00 p. m.—Following are the closing quota tions of the New York Stock Board: Georgia 68 112 Ohio&Vtis’pipref.llO “ 7s,mortgage.lll Ch’poake & Ohio. 28 “ 7s, gold 118 Mobile &Obi 0.. .36 Louisiana coceoh* 6144 Hannibal & St. Jo. 924a N. Caroiiua, old.. 36)4 SailF.&St. Louis. 4y>4 •’ “ new 21 “ “ pvref. 75 ‘•funding ..is “ ‘‘lpref*Joß •• “ *peuai tax 7 Union Peulfte .. .1*744 TaunesSee bs 72 Houston & Texas. / " new 72 Pacific Mail 4 $4 Virginia os 3744 Adams Express. .135 “consolidated. 8244 Wells* Fargo...'23 •• deferred 17 Am’can Express.. 83 Panama *263 U S. Express ... 63 Fort Wavne.. .. 139 Coßs’dated Coa’.. 38 Chicago & Alton. 137 Quicksilver.... .19 Harlem *246 “ preferred.. 7044 Michigan Central. 98ki Norf. & W’n pref. 56 St. Paul U2)4 Texas Pacific 60 " preferred.... 13044 Ch’go, St.L &N.O. 77 Dcia., L.vCi. <st W.1*044 Manhattan Kiev. 17*4 N Jersey Centr’i. 9444 New York Elev’u 10644 Reading ... 59 Metropolitan Ele. 804 Ohio and Mis’pi... 38J4 * Offered at. COTTON. Liverpool, July 2*. 3:3) p. m.—The sales of the day included 5,100 bales of American. 4:10 p. m —Futures: Middling uplanus, low middling clause, deliverable in July and Au gust, 6 Mid. 5 p. m,—Futures: MiddPng uplands, low mid dling clause, deliverable in July and August, 6 21-!*d. Market clos-d steady. New Yo. k, July 22.—Cotton closed firm; middling uplands, 11 11 16c; middling Orleans, 11 15-.6c; sales 1,441 bales; net receipts 47 bales; gross receipts 61 baies. Futures closed steady, with sales of 60,f00 bales as follow s: July, 11 67®11 68c; August, 11 Tic; September, 11 23&1' 24c; October,lo 62© 10 63c■ November, 10 41®10 44e; December.lO 48 ©lO 44c; January, 10 65©10 sc; February. 10 67 ©lO 69c; March, 10 79® 10 81c; April. 10 91® lit Die. Weekly net receipts 137 halos; gross re ceipts 4,933 boles; exports, to Great Britain 4,0-s7 bales, to France --- bales, to the conti nent 7.599 bales; sales 9,169 bales; stock 132,308 bales. < alvkston. July *2 —Cotton quiet; middling 11c; low middling 1044 c; good ordinary 944 c. Norfolk, July 22.—Cotton steady; middling like. Baltimore, July 22 —Cotton steady; middling 1!%:;; low middling 10 15-lc; good ordmary 9Mo. Boston, July 22—Cotton quiet; middling llte -: low middling 1 me; good ordinary 10c. WiijiiNGTON, July 21—Cotton fimi; mid dling 1044 -: low middling 946 c; good ordinary Philadelphia, July 22.—Cottou steady; mid dling 1144 c; low middling llkic; good ordi nary 914 c. New Orleans. July 22,-Cotton firm; mid dling IIV; low middling 1044 c; good ordinary 9%c. 'Mobile, July 22.—Cotton steady: middling 1014 c: low middling 944 c; good ordinary 6340. Memphis, July 22.—Cotton steady; middling 1144 c. Augusta, July 22—Cotton quiet; middling low middling 104rc; good ordinary 9c. Charleston, July 25.—Cotton steady: mid dling lo'4c; low middling 10*,c; good or dinary ;oe. Montgomery, July 22.—Cotton in fair de mand; middling 1044 c; low middling 9J4c; good ordinary 844‘‘. Macon, July 22—Cotton nominal; middling IOV40: low middling n>e; good ordinary 814 c. Columbus, July i!.— Cotton quiet; middling 10Ue: low middling 9%c; good ordinary 844 c. Nashville, July 22.—Cotton quiet; middling 10f<c: low middling 1044 c; good ordinary 844 c. Rome, July 22.—Cotton in good demand ; mid dling 1044 c; low middling, 944 c; good or dinav, Bc. Selma. July 22.—Cotton dull; middling 1044 c. SK- VISIONS. ORIH Hi-IBS. ETC. London, July 22, 4:30 p. m.—Sugar, on spot, ‘26s®26s 3d; afloat, 2is lid. Spirits tuipentine, 3*l 6d. Liverpool July 22. —Wheat, California av erage white, 9s 3d®9s 7d; ditto club, 9s 7d©los; Western spring. 9s®9s sd. Cheese, 545. N*w York, July 22. —Flour, tioutuern. closed steady but quiet; common to fair extra, $5 25 ®5 75; good to choice ditto, $5 80®7 ; 244. wheat feverish and unsettled; closing 44®440 lowt>r: rej“Cted spring. 86c: ungraded spring, $1 08®1 14: ungrad-d red, $113®127; mixed winter $125; No. 2 red, July delivery $1 27® 128. c'osing $10944; August $1 28®i *944. closing $1 ÜBJ4: f epteinbcr $1 29®1 3j4v. Corn 44®46c better and more setive; ungraded. 47® 5744 c; No. 2, Ju'v delivery 57c, August 5744© 574ic. September 5844®5.'4ic. Cals lower; No. 3.4344 c. Hops quiet and about steady; yearlings. 12®18c Coffee firm; moderate de mand. Huger quiet and weak; fair to good • Molasses unchanged. Rice quirt but steady ROHII firm at $2 U74s©2 10. Turpentine firm at 42)^0. Wool dull and weak: domestic fleece, 34®45c: pulled. *0®10c; unwaaied. ]2®32c; Texas, 14©30c Pork opened firmer; closed weak, with more doing; new, SlB 00®18 25. Stiddles stroigerbut quiet; long clear. 946 c: short, 10c. Lard opened a shade higher; closing dull, heavy and lower, 12C5@12 10c. Freights firmer. N-:w Orleans, July 22.—Flour scarce and firm; high grades, $5 75®6 87)4- Corn steady at 583*;2c. Oats quiet but firm, 50c. Provisions— Pork higher; mess, sl7 87)4318 00. Larc quiet hut steady; refined, 12).i312)40. Bulk meats scirce and firm, shoulders, 712)4c. Bacon qaiet; shoulders, 774 c; sides, 11c; hams, sugar cured higher at 12318 c. Whisky quiet but firm at $1 1031 15. Coffee higher; Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime, 9?4312)4c. Sugar quiet and weak; common to good common. 6)43’)4c: yellow clarified, 9)£c. Molasses dull and nomi nal Rice dull at 3)4 C - Cincinnati. July 22 —Flour strong ami unchanged. Wheat active and firm: No. 2 red winter, $1 20. Corn easier, 5<))4<2.51c. Oats firm, 43c. Provisions—Pork flrmu-r at $lB 25. Lard dull and lower at l!)4c Bulk meats firm; shoulders, 7c; clear rib, 9)sc. Bacon in good demand: shoulders, 7)4c: ribs, 10)4c; clear, 10)4c. Whisky active and firm at $1 (-7. Sugar quiet; hards, 10)4@llc; New Orleans, 8)4©8)4o. Hogs steady; common and light, $5 0036 60; packing ana butchers. $6 0036 85 Louisville, July 92.—Flour fteady and firm: choice to fancy. $6 003s 50. Wheat strong and higher at $1 10Q1 15. Corn active, firm and higher at Me. Oats firmer at 41c. Provisions— Pork nominal. Bulk meats steady: shoulders, 6 T'c, sides. 9 75c. Bacon firmer; shoulders. 7 65c: sides, 10 75c; hams, sugar cured. 12)4 3 2)4:. Whisky steady at $1 08. Baltikorr. July 22. —Oats higher; Western white. 43344 c; mixed, 40341 c: Pennsylvania, 42343 c Provisions firm, with active jobbing trade demand: Me s pork, $lB 00318 50. Bulk meats-1 lose, shoulders and clear rib sides, none offering; ditto packed, 7J4c and 10c. Bacon-shoulders, S)4c; clear nb Sides, UHc Hams. 12).jc Lara, reflned. In tierces, L%c. Coffee firm; Rio cargoes, or dinary to fair, 9)431 :)4c. Bugar easier; a soft, 9)4-. Whisky quiet at 111)43112. Freights quiet. St. Louts. July 2i—Flour quiet and un changed. Wheat higher at opening but de clined; No. 2 red fall. $1 20)43 1 21)4 for cash; $1 223’ 22)4 tor August. Corn irregular and slow; 47)4c for ca-h; 4774316 c for August. Oats lower; 3~337)4c for cash; 29)4c for August. Provisions—Pork better; jobbing trade at $lB 40 Bulk meats stronger; shoulders, 6 3Cc; sides. 9 40c. Bacon higher; shoulders, 7)4c: sides, 10)4c. Lard lower, 12c. Uhicaoo, July 22. -fliui in good demand and tending upward; spring wheat, common to choice Western. Si 00 £■ 6 UO. Wheat unsettled end generally higher; fluctuations wide and rapid; No. 2 red winter, $! 15)43! 20; No 2 Chicago spring. $1 184431 18)4 for cash and July; $1 19)4 for August. Corn unsettled and irregular; generally higher and active; 4Q)4e for cash; 48)4348*4c for August and Septem ber. Oats easier; 4414 c for cash; 3-74 c for August. Pork unsettled but generally higher, $lB 30 for cash; $!8 27)4318 30 for August and September. Bulk meats—shoulders, 6 30c; short clear, 9 35c. Wilmington, July 52.-Spirits turpentu e firm at 3 : c. Rosin firm at $1 75 for strained and 31 80 for good strained. Tar firm at $2 10. Cm ’e furpert ne Ann at $2 80 for yellow dip and virgin. Corn unchanged. ctottou Worm sestroiirr. CaWlarT Caterpillar! THETEXAS COTTON WORM DESTROYER, A sure remedy for the Caterpillar on Cotton or Rice. Easily applied and per fectly safe to use. X>. B. HULL, SAVANNAH, Agent for Georgia. JTOippittg ffntrUiQtnrr. MINIATURE ALMAJSAC—THIS DAY. Bun Rises s:tß 6u* Sets 7:o* High Watkbat Ft Pulaski. . .5:31 a M. 5:46 p u. Saturday. July 28, 188 L ABatTED YESTERDAY. Steamship Geo Appoid, Loveland. Baltimore —Jas B West & Cos. Steamer City Point, Creaeer. Charleston-Jno F Bobartaon. DEPARTED YESTERDAY Steamer City Point. Creaeer, Florida—Jo o F Robertson. MEMORANDA. Tyree, July 22, 5:45 p m—Passed up, steam ship Geo Appold, steamer City Point. wind S, 6 miles; fair. New York, July 22—Arrived, City of Merida. Wal island. Arrived out, Willie, Wyoming. Dungeness. July 22—Arrived, bark Cedar Croft, New Orleans. Greenock, July 2s— Arrived, brig Kalerno, Pensacola. Boston, July 2*—Arrived, schrs L A Burn ham, Pensacola; C C. Brunswick, Ga. Rotterdam, July 22—Sailed, bark Fratelli Tubino Savannah. Reval, July 22—Arrived, bark Abraham Skalle, Charleston. Genoa, July 22—Arrived, bark Emilia TANARUS, New Orleans. Liverpool, July 22—Arrived, barks Marietta D and Piemont, Pensacola. New York, July 21—Arrived. schrWm H Van Brunt, Houghwout, Jacksonville. Boston, Ju.y 19—Arrived, sc hr Cassie Jame son, Jameson, Savannah. Belfast, July 14—8 ailed, schr Fannie A Gor man, Welsh, Jacksonville. Philadelphia, July 29—Arrived, schr EJwood Doran, Warrington, Fernandina. Cleared, schr C J£ Seammell, Ray, Bruns wick. Providence, July 19—Arrived, bark Henry A Burnham, York, Pensacola. Wlscassett, July 14—Sailed, schr Nettie Langdon, Collins, Darien. Port Spain. June s—Arrived, bark J A Brown, Gregory. Fernandina; schr Anna Bell, Canary, Fernandina. St Thomas, June 27—Arrived, schr Nettle Walker, Ingalls, Jacksonville. St Pierre, Mart, June 18— Arrived, schr Anita, Small, Fernandina. Palma, May 2—Arrived, Maria, Juan, Bruns wick. Glasgow, July 19—Arrived, bark Cora (Nor), Paulsen, Savannah. MARITIME MISCELLANY. The schr Annie Lewis was cleared by Wm Hunter & Son. instead of as previously re ported. BPOKEN. Brig Annie & Lilly. O’Brien, from Bath for Jacksonville, July 17, off Cape Lookout. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Masters of vessels arriving at this port hiving 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. EBTILL. Agent New York Associated Press, Office 3 Whitaker street. RECEIPT’S. Per Central Railroad. Julv 22 U 9 bales cot tou, 579 sacks c .rn, 585 bbls flour, 142 bales varns, 31 bale? domestics, 2 bales rags, 4 rolls leather, 10 half casks bacon, 28 bbls whisky, 75 boxes starch, 96 tierces hams. 3 bbls beer. 5 half bbls beer, 221 quarter bbls beer, 160 boxes meat, 10 horses, 128 piece* pipe, 3 cars lumber, 2 bbls wax. 77 pkgs furniture. 4,090 melons, 10 boxes tobacco. 86 caddies tobacco. 4 pkgs wool, 5 bdls hides. 35 bbls rosin, 15 bbls spirits tur pentine, 22 pkgs mdse. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway, July 22—49 bales cotton. 19 cars lumber. 9 ears wood, 1 car sawdust. 3 cars bacon. 2 cars cat tle, 4 cars melons, 756 bbls rosin, 320 bbls gpiri’R turpentine. 818 empty kegs, 16 bales hides, 8 bales wool. 20 bales yarns, and mdse Per Charleston and Havannah Railway, July 22—1 bbl sugar, 2 bbls car grease, 23 sacks peas, 15 boxes tobacco, 50 caddies tobacco, 10 bales checks, and mdse. PASSENGERS. Per steamship Geo Appold. from Baltimore — Fa Fiuke, Sirs L B Cox, John E Foster, Henry Rosendale, W A Lewin, W G Johnson, Robert Hasendorf, Robert Smith, J M Ladd, John C Wager. CONSIGNEES. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, July 22—FordgOffl eS. F & W Ky. Mohr Bros, e>u?an Pearsel.W I Miller. Bendheiin Bros <£ Cos. Allen 6 L. A J Miller & Cos, Lippman Bros, T J Daley, M Eerst & Cos. Per Central Railroad. July 22—Fordg Agt, 5 G Haynes & Bro, J W Schley & Cos, Loeb & E, A Leftier, C E Stults, Chess, C & Cos, Herman 6 K, M Ferst & Cos, Allen & L, O J Strassi-r, Jno Lyons. C McGrath, A Haas & Bro, S Guck enheimer & Son, 1) C Bacon & Cos, L J Guilmar ttn & Cos, E A Schwarz, Solomon Bros, J A Bates, C D Rogers, H Myers A Bros, Branch & C, Graham & H, Eel:man A V, Rieser&S, H Sanders, Peacock, H & Cos. Gleason & H, P E Masterson. Order. Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, July 22—Fordg Office, Peacock, H & Cos, W C Jackson & Cos, C L Jones, E T Roberts, Wil liams ot W, W C Powell agt, Saussv & >l, Rloat, B A Cos. Lippman Bros, Herman A K. Lee Roy Myers. MY Henderson, Stern & N, J D Hollis ter, Alexander* M. Eckman & V, II Myers & Bros. Butler & S G C Gemondeii. P H Ward A Cos. Bendheiin Bros & Cos, W M Davidson, Cock ehutt &J, Meinbar 1 Bros & Cos, J B Reedy, J Manning. U 8 Cassels, R B . epparj, A Hirsh rnan, W L Wilcox. Hnslara A H. DC Bacon & Cos. M Maclean, 0 F Stubbs, W W Gordon & Cos. LIST OF VESSELS IN THE FORT OF SAVANNAH. Savannah, July 22, 1881. steamships. City of Macon, 2,550 tons, Nickerson, New York, ldg—G M Sorrel. Geo Appold, 1,456 tons, Loveland, Baltimore, ldg—J as B We3t & Cos. Juniata. 1.320 tons. Catharine, Philadelphia, ldg—Wm Hunter <st Son. Three steamships. barks. Theodor (Sw). 337 tons, Larsson, Europe, ldg— A S Heide & Cos. Adelina Patti (Port). 238 tons, Sousa, at quaran tine—R B Reppard. Architect (Br). 396 tons, Webber, at quarantine A Sprunt & Son. Nyborg (Nor), 265 tons, Paulsen, Europe, ldg— A Sprunt & Son. Four barks. BRIGS. Nueva Sabina (Sp), 300 tons, Roldos, South America, ldg—Chas Green & Cos. Vigor (Nor), 279 tons. Johansen, Europe, ldg- Holst A Cos. Jennie Hulbert, 441 tons, Sparks, Boston, els— Master. Three brigs. SCHOONERS A Denike, 428 tens, Bohannan, Baltimore, ldg —Jos A Roberts & Cos. C issie Jaineeon, 399 tons. Pressey, New York. ldg—l os A Roberts A Cos. Ida Lawrence, 515 tons, Young, New York, ldg —Jos A Roberts A Cos. Jaeob M Haskell, 48t tons. Crowell, Baltimore, dis - Jos A Roberts A Cos. Jennie It Morse. 404 tons, Andersen, Bath, dis —Jes A Roberts A Cos. Susan B Ray, 393 tons, Steelman, Baltimore, dis -Master. Six schooners. fetUUnmt (fcootis. SUN BONNETS! 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. HATS. NONE CHEAPER IN THE CITY. DEXTER’S KNITTING COTTON In all colors. STAMPING TO ORDER. HATS. HATS. HATS. MRS. K. POWER, 168 BROUGHTON ST, SAVANNAH, GA. %aintg, ®ilg, &r. OLIVER'S PAINT AND OIL STORE Sash, Doors and Blinds. Ij X M ES, PLASTER, CEMENT. 5 WHITAKER STREET. BAVANNAH, GA. JOHN G. BUTLEH^ Wholesale and Retail Dealer In White Lead, Oils, Colors, tfloss, Etc HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING. SOLE Agent for the GEORGIA LIME, CAL CINED PLASTER, CEMENTS, HAIR, LANE PLASTER, etc. Sole Agent for F. O. PIERCE t CO.’S PURE PREPARED PAINTS. One hundred dollars guarantee that this Paint con tains neither water or benzine, and 1m the only guaranteed Paint in the market. No 22 Drayton mtremt.. Mavannah. Or. Steel Barbed Wire Fencing, COLE AGENTS for WABBURN & MOEN O MANUFACTURING COMPANY, owners of patent. For sale by WEED A CORNWELL. lEaxatlre. PRESCRIBED BIT TITYSICttX*. Prparedfrom’l, / 'i Ii tropical trull* % \y * ad P 4 * 3 **- A Delicious and Re freshing Fruit Lozenge, Which Serves the Purpose of Pills and Dis agreeable Purgative Medicines. TROPIC PRriT I. IX4TIVE is the oest preiutr.aioitin tint woehl tor Constipation. Bili ousness, Headache, Piles, and all kindred Com plaints. It act gently, oflferttveiy, and is deli cious to take. Cleansing tile system thoroughly, it imparts vigor tc mfud and body, and dispels Melancholy. Hypochondria. ftc. One trial con vinces. Partied iu brumed tin boxes only. PRICE 25 and 60 ITS. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. LIPPMAN BROTHERB and OSCEOLA BUT LEK, Wholesale Amenta. fitters. Feeble and Sickly Persona Recover their vitality by pursuing a course of Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, the most popu lar inviaorant and alterative medicine in use. General debility, fever and ague, dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism, and other maladies, are completely removed by it. Ask those who have used it what it has done for them. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. £iter fjUgitUttor. Malarial Poison! THE principal cause of nearly all sickness at this time of the year has its origin in a disordered Liver, which, if not regulated in time, great suffering, wretchedness and death will ensue. A gentleman, writing from South America, says: “I have used your Simmons Liver Regulator with good effect, both as a prevention and cure for Malarial Fevers on the Isthmus of Panama.” If you feel drowsy, debilitated, have fre quent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor ap petite and t-ongue coated, you are suffering from torpid liver or “biliousness,” and nothing will cure you so speedily and permanently as to take Simmons Liver Regulator. It is given with safely and the happiest re sults to the most delicate infant. It takes the place of quinine and bitters of every kind. It is the cheapest, purest and best family medi cine n the world. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Buv the Genuine in White Wrapper, with red Z, prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN ft CO. 4 orida THE IMPERISHABLE PERFUME. Murray & Lanman’s FLORIDA WATER, Best for TOILET, BATH, and SVCK ROOM. and £inutvs. I ■ ~ •' : w iii mit nr Because they can find nothing half so good for twice the amount of money as the PUKE OUT) MOHAWK WHISKY! —AND— Jesse Moore & Co’s Bourbon. $3 per gallon, and only sold by X>. B. XjBSTER, GROCER, 21 WHITAKER STREET. eifUIPMEr FIFTY Baskets PIPER HEIDSICK CHAM PAGNE. Ten casks BASS’ ALE. Ten casks GUINNESS’ STOUT. Five casks GINGER ALE. JAS. McGRATII & CO. &c. 7. W. TYNAN, Engineer and Machinist, SAVANNAH, OA. Machine, Boiler and Smith Shops COR. WEST BROAD AND INDIAN BTB. AH kinds of Machinery, Boilers, etc., made and repaired. Steam Pumps, Governors, In jectors, and Steam and Water Fittings of all kinds for sale 4?or Sale. 113 HORSE POWER FOB. SALE. HAVING concluded to discontinue the manu facture of paper and remove the paper machinery from the premises, I otter the STEAM KN6INE9. BOU.FRS PUMPS. SHAFT ING, PULLEYS, etc . for sale. I would also lease the land and buildings. For particulars apply to MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE, Sa vannah, Ga. SAMUEL P. HAMILTON, Proprietor Savannah Paper Mißa. Stofctls and Summer Ursarts. M. L. HARNETT, BEN. GEOROE, Formerly of the Late of the Marshall House. Screven House. HARNETT HOUSE, (Formerly PLANTERS' HOTEL), MARKET SQUARE, - - SAVANNAH, GA. HARNETT & GEORGE, PROPRIETORS. RATES, $2 OO PER DAY. THIS favorite family Hotel, under Its new management, Is recommended for the excellence ot its CUISINE. HOMELIKE COM FORT* PROMPT ATTENTION and MODE RATE RATES. MMALL HOUSE SAVANNAH, GA. JOHN BR ISSN AN, Manager. ONE of the best and most satisfactory fea tures of the Marshall House Is its com fortable rooms and the uniform excellence of Us table at all seasons of the year. We nppend endorsements from high authority: “Having stopped at the Marshall House while In Savan nah, we most cheerfully endorse it to ladies and families as being strictly a first-class house in all of it3 appointments, and unrivalled In the excellence of Its table. A. H COLQUITT, Governor of Georgia: W. D. BLOXHAM, Gov ernor of Florida: GEO. F DREW, ex-Governor of Florida; Hon. T. M. NORWOOD, Ex U. S. Senator from Ga : Hon. GEO. R. BLACK,Mem. House Representatives, Ga.” BUMMKR RATES $3 AND $2 50 PER DAY. THE HYGEIA HOTEL, OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. SITUATED 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all the year. Equal to any hotel In the United States as a Summer Resort. Send for circular describing hygienic advantages, etc. HARRIbON PHCEBUS, Proprietor. nonwroßiTiiE f'pHERE is a well-known principle in animal i- physiology that no vital action can take place except through the agency of the ner vous system. If the nerve power in any organ is weakened, then that 1 organ is weak. RICORD’B VITAL RESTORATIVE has been indorsed by the Academy of Medicine iu Paris as an infiilUble specific for nervous a; and physi cal debility, etc.; contains ro phosphorus, cantharides or other poison; is purely vegetable , is a sugar-coatod pill. None genuine without the signature of S. B. SIGESMOND on side of each box. Boxes of 50 pills, 31 50; 10C 3-3 •of 4tX>, *lO FRAUD EXPOSED THE LETTER PUBLISHED by De Lisser and which he pretends to have received from DR. RICORDisaFRAUD. DR. RICO RD,of 6 RUE deTOURNON, PARIS, writes under date of April 13,1881, that he never knew R. L. De Lisser, of New York city; never wrote him a letter on any subject, or sold him any formula. Neither has he ever authorised De Lisser to use his name to any remedy what ever, and that the signature of the letter pub lished by De Lisser and purporting to come from him is copied or transferred from an original, but the text is not his handwriting. t r. Ricord, of Paris, wrote to Wm. R. Woodward, of the well known firm of E. Fourgera & Cos., of 30 N. William St„, New York City, instructing him to order that the bogus letter with his(Dr. Ricord’s) name forged thereto, and pub lished in various papers be discontinued immediately, or he should commence legal proceedings without delay. The genuine can be had of LEVAi-SOR, 10 bis Rue Richelieu, Paris, and LIPFMAN BROS., Savannah, Ga., and all druggists. me. SIGESMOND 4CKEKS TO FORFEIT $5,000 for any failure to cure with KlCOliD’b VITAL RESTORATIVE (un der his special advice), or for anything impure or injurious in it. OVER 10,000 CURES in the United States alone has been effected within the last five years. Address, with inclosed post stamp for de scriptive circular with testimonials and symp toms, to OR. S. H. SICGOIOND, 40 tVorld Itulldlitg, New York. HEALTH IS WEALTH! DR E. C. WF.ST’B 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 8 boxes to cure any case. With each or der received by us for 6 boxes, accompanied with 35, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treat rnent does not effect a cure Guarantees issued by OSCEOLA BUTLER, Druggist, corner Bull and Congress streets. Savannah, Ga Orders by mail promptly attended to. atiuld Medal Awarded 'Jhe Author. Anew and great Medical Work, war ranted the best and chenp e.-t, indispensable to every msn, entitled “The Science of Life, or Self-Preserva tion;” bound in finest French n u-Hd, embossed, t, ful ‘ kilt, i-00 pp. Contains HOW THYSELF b, ‘ au,ifui k avmgs, Aitu n till worn , 125 prescriptions, price only $1 25, sent by mail: illustrated sample 6c. Send notv. Address PE vBODY MEDI ’AL I.WSTI TUTK or Dr W. H. PARKER, No. 4 Bulfinch street. Bos f on. or Cto.lll and Peve* AMO ALL DUEA3EI aM d by M .ilarlai Polmolbr of the 8104 A WARRANTED CURE. rice. 8 1 .GO. for iHe t 7 all Druggists PRESCRIPTIONFREE the speedy Cwre of tvoh* Wcuknm, Lost A Vitality, iVeaMturc Net vouftitcos. Donpomlcm'jr, ton!‘ul(>a of Iduu*, Defective Hem* orv miii] diAonlfp* hroiijrlit on hy Indinmtlon find Kxcemiv*- Any 4ru£g**t hoa the ljrredlent. s.-nt in plain Sealed f'nvelope* Addre** Dia. W. S. J \Q['ES< 180 Went Wxtli Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. MANHOOD RESTORER 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. Guiora uKeT UNITED STATES MALL BTEAMKR6, FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Leaving Pier 38 N. R., foot of King at. WISCONSIN TussDAr, July 28.5:00 a. m. NEVADA Tuesday, Atm. 2, 10:00 a. m. ABYSSINIA. Tuksdav , Acg. 9. 4:30 p. m. WYOMING Tuksdav. Ana. 16, 10:00 a. m. ARIZONA Tuesday, Aco. 23, 4:30 p w. 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, Piauo 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), S9O, SBO and $100; Intermediate, S4O; Steerage at low rates. Offices, No. 28 Broadway, New York. WILLIAMS Si GUION. JANIES MARTIN, Agent, 106 Bay street, Sa vannah. 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. FRANCE. Tuclei.lk, WEDNESDAY, July 27, 6-00 a. u. CANADA. FuANGEur., WEDNESDAY, Au gust 3, 11 :t:0 A M. LABRADOR, Joccla, WEDNESDAY, Au gust 10. 6:00 a. m. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wine): TO HAVBE-First Cabin *IOO 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 I3KBIAN.Agent, 0 Bowling Green, foot of Broadway, N. Y., or WILDER * CO., Agents for Kavannan Shingle Machines. W 2 Jtr® JP£?P ar6d 10 funilsh LOWE St EVARTS’ Patent Celebrated SHINGLE MACHINES, cutting from I*ooo to 100,000 shingles per day at manufacturer’s prices. For illustrated catalogue write BECK, GREGG ft CO., General Southern Agents. Atlanta, Ga, SIVIMB ISO SEW YORK, Ocean Stain coijey. CABIN ~ —...,.|20 EXCURSION S2 STEERAGE 10 THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CITY OF HI ICON, Captain Nickkbson, SATURDAY, July 28, at 4:30 e. h. GATE CITY, Captain Daggett, WEDNES DAY, July 27, at 7:00 r. tt. CITY OF SAVANNAH, Captain Kkmf- To.v, SATURDAY, July 30, at 9 a m. CITY OF HI ICON, Captain Fisher, TUESDAY. August 2, at 11.00 a. m. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points ana to porta of the United Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to G. M. SORREL, Agent, City Exohange Building. Merchants’ and Miners' Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN PASSAGE 315 00 SECOND CABIN 12 50 EXOUMON. . IS M The steamships of the Merchants and Miners rnuiiiportation Company are appointed to soil m follows: GEO. APP OLD, Captain W LOVELAND. MONDAY, July 25, at 5:00 p. tt. SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, SATURDAY, July 80th, at 10:00 A. 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 joints West and Northwest. JAB. 3. WEST ft 00., Agents. 114 Bax stn et. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.’, Philadelphia SJavannah Line. Leaving Each Port Every Saturday. FIRST CLA.H3 PASSAGE 158 oft STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 CABIN PABSAGE TO NEW YORK VIA PHILADELPHIA 20 00 EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHII-ADCL PHTA AND RETURN (GOOD FOR THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE) to nr. 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 FIBST-CEASS STEAMSHIP J TJ IN I AT A, Captain J. W. CATHARINE. WILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, July 23. 1881. at 4:00 o’clock P. u For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to WM. HUNTER ft SON. Agents. FOR BOSTON DIRECT. CABIN PASSAGE 918 00 STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 OO Bosks sad HsTsnfiAh SteaKßhla T.iwa SAILING FROM EACH PORT EVERY WED NESDAY. Si. S. SKHIINOI.B, Cpt. ll.lj.ett, WED. NESDAY, July 27, at 7:30 a. m. 8. S. SANTIAGO DE CVJ(lA,Capt.Foote, THURSDAY, August 4, at 1:80 p. u. S. S. SEMINOLE. Capt. Hallett, THURS DAY, August 11, at 8:00 A. M. S s. SANTIAGODKOCBA, Capt.FooTE, THURSDAY, August 18, at 2:00 p. it. THROUGH bills of lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, t Liverpool by the Canard, Warren and Leylacd linos. The ships of this line connect at their wharf with all railroads leading out of Boston. RICHARDSON ft BARNARD, Agents. F. W. NICKERSON ft 00.. Agents. Bouton Savmnah, Florida & Charleston STEAM PACKET LINE, Summer Schedule. CITY POINT, Captain T. CREASER, WILL LEAVE FOR Fernandluu, 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 PO( FLORIDA. | CHARLESTON. Tuesday, July 19, at 10 Friday. July 22, at 10 p. m, p. 11. Connecting at Fernandina with Transit Hoad for Waldo, Gainesville, Cedar Keys, Tampa and Key West. Close connection made with steamers for Enterprise. Meilonviile and Intermediate Land ings on the Upper St John's, also with steamers for the Oeklawaha river, first-class passen ger accommodations. Through tickets and state rooms secured, and all information fur nished at office, corner of Bull and Bryan streets. Pulaski House. Freight received daily, except Sundays. JNO. F. ROBERTbON, General Agent. Office on wharf. LF.VI J, QAZAN, Q. T. A, SUMMER SCHEDULE. 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 Steamer City of Bridgeton Leaves Savannah every TUESDAY, THURS DAY and SATURDAY at 4 p. in., connecting at Fernandina with STK 111 BOAT 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 Oeklawaha rivers. Connection also made at Fernanaina with the Transit Railroad for Waldo, Silver SpriDg, 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 laud lags. Connection made at Brunswick with Brun-wick and Albany Railroad. For tickets and staterooms, apply to LEVE A ALDEN’S Tourist Office, corner Bull and Bryan streets. J. N. HARRIMAN, Manage* WM. F. BARRY, Gen. Agent. GUBTAVE LEVE, G. P. A. For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE Captain A. C. OABANIBB, \\7ILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 6 v v o’clock p. m. for Augusta and Way Land mgs. Positively no freight ceived or receipted for After 5 o'clock p. m. All freights payable by shippers. JOHN LAWTON, Manager. RECULAR LINE. The Steamer Centennial, W. o. ULMO, Master, TTTILL leave Bavannah EVERY TUESDAY VV AFTERNOON, to suit the tide, for BT. CATHARINE’S, DOBOY, UNION IBLAND, DARIEN, and landings on SATILLA RIVER. Freight transferred at Darien to steamer Cumberland for ALTAMAHA RIVER. Agent at Darien, O. M. QU AKTERM AN. J. ?. CHASE, Agent. *•“—"T-Eatinaffg. -* - - Savannah, Honda & Wester a Ry General Manager’s OrJIC*, I Savannas. June *5.1881. f ON and after SUNDAY. June 26,1381, Passen ger Trains on this road will run tw fol lows: FAST MAIL. Leave Savannah dally, except Sunday 1:20 p m I eave Jesup daily “ “ at 8:40 pm Leave Tebeauville dally “ “ at 5:06 pm Arrive at Callahan daily “ “ at 7:41 p m Arrive Jacksonvilledaily ” “ at 8:40 pm Leave Jacksonville dally ’* “ at 7:35 am Leave Callahan daily.... *' “ at B:42am Arrive Tebaauville dally •• “at 11:10 am. Arrive at Jesup daily... “ at 12:35 pm. Ar ive at savannah daily “ “ at 3:00 p ni‘ 1 ussengers from SayannAh for Brunswick, tase this train, arriving at BrunswickßrtX)p. ui* Passengers leave Brunswick 9:30 a. m ar rive at Savannah 3:00 p m. Passengers for Darien take this train. Passengers leaving Macon 7:00 a. m. (dallrk connect at Jesup with this train for Florida. Passengers from Florida by thl* train con nect at Jesup with train arriving** Maoon 7-50 p. m daily (except Sunday). JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. I eave Savannah daily at 10:30 p m Leave Jesup daily at 3:40 a m Leave Tebeauville dally at 4:35 a m Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:11 a m Arrive at Jacksonville dally at 8:10 a in Arrive at Live Oak daily (except Sun day) at 10:46 am Leave Live Oak daily (except Sunday) 2:3u p m Leave Jacksonville daily at 5:25 pm Leave Callahan daily at 6:25 pm Arrive Tebeauville daily at 9:10 pm Arrive Jesup daily at 11:05pm Arrive Savannah daily at 9:ooam Palace Sleeping Cars on this train daily be. tween Savaunah and Jacksonville. Charleston and Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. No change of cars between Savannah and Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. Passengers leaving Macon 7:80 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 Maoon 7:06 a. m. daily. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, Cedar Keys and Florida Transit Road take this train. Passengers from Savannah for Mauison, Monticello. Tallahassee and Quincy take this train. Passengers from Quincy. ToUahaasee, Montl ceito ana Madison take this train, meeting slewing cars at Tebeauville at 9:10 p. in. ALBANY EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 4:15 pm Leave Jesup daily at 7:i 5 p in Leave Tebeauville dally at 9:30 pm Leave Dupom daily at 11:46 p ni Arrive Thomasvilla. aily at 5:00 a m Arrive Bainoridge daily at 8:00 a iu Arrive Albany daily at 8:45 a m I.reave A'lbany daily at 4:45 pm Leave Bainb.ldge daily at.. .. 5:15 p m Leave Thomasville daily at 8:45 p m Arrive Dupont daily at 1:45 a m Arrive Tebeauville daily at 4:05 am Arrive Jesup iaily at 6:25 * ni Arrive Savannah daily at 9:15 am Sleeping cars run through between Savannah and Albany daily without change Connection at Albany daily with passenger trains both ways on Southwestern Kuilroad to and from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, Mo bile. New Orleans, eto. Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge for Apa lachicola and Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday. Close connection at Jacksonville daily (Sun days excepted) for Ureeu Cove Spring, St. Au gustire, Palatka, Enterprise, Banfurd, and al landings on St. John’s river. Trains on B. ft A. R. R. leave junction going west at 11:37 a. iu, and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. 'I hrougii tickets sold and Sleeping Clar Berths and Drawing Room (Jar accommodation se cured at BREN’S Ticket Office. No. 22 Bull street, and at the company’s depot, foot of Liberty stroet. J. S. TYSON, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Master Trans. Gen. I’oss. Agent H. 8. HAINES, General Manager. Central & Southwestern it. R’ds Savannah, Ga., April 26th, 1881. ON and after WEDNESDAY, April 27th, 1881, passenger trains on the Central and South western h&itroad.- and branches will run aj follows: READ DOWN. KitAD DOWN. Ao. I. Fruin. Havannah. No. 2. 9:20 a.m. Lv Savannah Lv. 7:30 p. ml 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a. m. 6:45 p. m. Ar ’.Macon Ar. 7:20 a.m. 3:40a. m Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p.m. 2:25 a. m. Ar Ooluinhus Ar. 1:10 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 Eatnnton Ar. 11:90 a. m. A’o. 13. AYom Augusta, No. 16. 9:30a. in. Lv Augusta Lv. 8-i Up. m. 8:45 p. m. Ar Savannah.... Ar. 7:15 a, m. 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 am. 3:40 a.m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p.m. 2:25 a.m. Ar Columbus..... Ar. ! :10 p.m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:(>sa. m. Ar. Ailgmy Ar. 3:53 p. m. Ar.. ..Milledgeville Ar. 9:44 a.m. Ar Km ohm in Ar. ll;9ia. m. No. 2, From Macon. No. 4. 2:jOa. in. Lv .llacon Lv. 7:35 p. in. 8:45 p. m. Ar 8 ivuunu.ii Ar. 7:15 a. m. 4:45 p. in. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a. m. 9:14 a. m. Ar... Milledgeville... .Ar 11:30 a. m Ar Eaton ton Ar No. 1. From Macon. 8:45 a.m. Lv Macon 4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany No. 8. From Macon. No. 18. 8:15 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:29 p. mi 1:40 p. m. Ar Columbus. Ar. 2:25 p. m. No. 2. From Macon. No A 8:00 a. m. Lv Macon. Lv. 8:15 p. m. 12:50 p. in. Ar Atlai ta Ar. 3:40 a. m. No. L From Atlanta. No. 3. 2:15 p. m. Lv Atlanta Lv. 12:20 night 6:56 p.m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:30 a. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 8:53 p. m. 2:25 a. m. Ar ....Columbus Ar. 1:40 p. m. Ar... Milledgeville. ..Ar. 9:14 a. m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 4:15 p. m. 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 3:45 p. m. No. 4. From Columbu*. No. 14. 11:50a.m. Lv....Columbus ....Lv. i2;J:.-night 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. 9:44 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. 5:20a. m. Ar Augusta ... .Ar. 4:45 p. m. 7:15a.m. Ar Savannah..... Ar. 5:45 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 3:40 a.m. Ar Atlanta S:2OAm. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. in. Ar Savannah No. 18. From Albany. 12:02noon Lv Albany 4:15 p. m. Ar... . Fufaula 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 Am. A r.... savannah ”... Ao. 17. From Eatonton and MiUedyciti'le. ■2:15 p.m. Lv Eatonton 3:58p. m. Lv...Milledgevii;e ”* 6:45p.m. Ar Macon j 2:25 a.m. Ar Columbus " 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany 3:40a m. Ar AUauts )’ t ‘ 5:20a.m. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. m Ar.... Savannah Local Sleeping Cars on all nignt trains be tween Savannah and Augusta, Augusta and Macon, and Savannah and Atlanta. Connection*. Eufaula train connects at Fort Valley for Perrv daily (except Sunday), and at Cuthbert for Fort Gaines daily (except Sunday). Train on Blakely Extension runs dolly (ex cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and daily (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 Lice and Kennesaw Routes to all points North, East and West. Pullman Sleeper from Augusta to Washing ton without change. Berths in Sleeping Cars can be socci ed at BCHREIN ER’S, 127 Congress street. G. A. WHtTKHFAO, wILLIAK ROGERS Gen. Pare. Agt. Gen. Bupt.. Savainah. J. C. Shaw, W. F. SHELLMAN Qqu Trsv. A gt. Bupt. 8. W. B. B„ Macon. Ga. Charleston & Savannah fiy. Cos. Savannah, Ga„ May 17, 1881. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, May 18th, at 2:30 a. !.. and until further notice, trains will arrive and depart as follows: Going North- Trains 47 and 43. Leave Savannah 3:S5p. h., 9:40 a. Arrive Charleston junc'n S:SO p. m., 8:15 a. Leave Charleston 8:30 p. m , 8:00 a. Leave Florence 1:55 a. m., l;i 5p u Leave Wilmington 6:40 a.m., 6:i16 p m Arrive Weldon 12:60 p. m., 1:35 a. m Arrive Petersburg 3:45 p.m., 4:15 au. Arrive Richmond 4:45 p. m., 5- 0a! m. Arrive Washington 9:30 e. u , 9->oa h Arrive Baltimore 11:26 p. m., 1U:M) a’ m* Arrive Philadelphia 3:30 a.m. l-iJ6r u' Arrive New York 6:45 a. m.. 8:50 p * Passengers by above schedule maxe close connections for the North and East, via aU rail Bay Line and Old Dominion Line. Passengers by the 2:40 a. m. train must procure tickets at Bren's office before 9p. m. The depot ticket office toill not be open itt that train. Excursion tickets to New York and to return till October 31st at thirty six dollars Tickets on sale on Saturday evening *o Charleston, good to return on Monday morning, two dollars. Coming South. Leave Charleston 7:10 a. m, /i-'-Of.u. Arrive Savannah 19:50 p. m., V:do p. u, Augusta and Fort Royal. Leave Bavannah 3-35 p m. Arrive Port Royal 8:05 p m. Arrive Augusta 10*30 p* m Leave Augusta l*sQ** a Leave Port Royal.,, 4*vo p" m" Arrive Savannah. .’.V”"'.:"'. 9:33 r. u. Arrive Charleston 9:j p> J, Tickets on sale cn Saturday evening to Au gusta and Port Royal, good to return on Mon day, MChe first-class fare for round trip. . aL Tippets, Steeping Car accommodation and rurther information apply to Wm. Bren, 22 Bull street, and at Ticket Office S., F. & W. R’y Depot. „ _ _ „ °- 8- GADSDEN, Bupt. ft. C. Botlston G. P. a. CHARLES 0. UMOTTE, - Attoruey and Counsellor at £aw, WILL practice in the Courts of this State and of the United States. Will also r prompt attention to Notarial business. ' Room No. 10 Commercial Building, ' office.