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I AUGUST 11, (I‘ommfrfiai. h mahkkt. CFFirE OF THE MORMNGKKWS, l SATAyvaH, August 10. 1881,1 P. H-1 r.N- —This opened quiet and L \‘ *" i .-10-ed uneh sifted. Sales 91 bales. Steady " ao u VNe -jUOte. HU ‘ J fS?iswr - le-*-! Mi.wuntr n% ■’““wlfiiing I°H S Comparative Cotton tiaUmsul. -VoetpU, Ktrporf*, and ‘doc* on hand August 10, 1381, and /or the mw Mete tint t/<wir. 1830-81 1870-80, S*a Sea '•ln'ul. Upland. Island. Upland dork on hand Sept. 1 M 10.889 11 1,5? |! Received today ....j 129 .... H 2 Received previously 15. Oil 862,3161 11,658 7*1,810 Total 16,6M| U.flrtoj 70,416 F.rportad to-day I • ... , |,m| Rtl*orted previously I 15.06 M 669,271 | 11,635! 716.9:15 • .1 Total I 15.0051 870,400 11,#85i *l,‘s llstoek „„ „i ~,„t *i,i p . board aukuhi U) . .... 4<‘o :h h4H s —There was a moderate demand for •h - -'rain: 50 barrels were sold, the market .•(' .sine firm. We quote: v, mmon. W4©154 Fair 54®596 Good 554®Mi Prime 65a©654 Choice 6a 7 t'&roiina cron 75c. SI 40 Navat. Stores.—The demand for rosin was ft ;>t barrels Dto N were sold at q<iota ,io-.ing firm. There was a V. oi demand for spirits turpentin-: 264 casks „^ r e - .1.1 at our figures, the market closing :;r:i. The receipts for the day were 927 barrels m-m ar.d 336 casks spirits turpentine. We ... K >s’ns —11 81 71. r 81 grt. F 1 H 5, Q *1 y H •.I 72 10. KB2 3744. M*2 625*. Ss2 , ulow class *3 20. Spirits turpentine— vtuskys 4tc . reeulais 42c. * : -Sterling axonange—Sirty day - th • ■!' laoing attached. 64 80. Sew \ rk o-.eh: exchange buying at 54 per cent, j. —j.. ,in and selling 5$ per cent, premium, jjont y market very tight. s ~;ca nu Bonos. dtp Bonds. Market 4 diet. AtlantaT per cent.. 107 bid. 108 asked; jL.ii i*'. per cent., 10*2 bid. 103 -.eked; Atlanta - per cent., 112 bid. 114 asked; Augusta 7 pel cent., 109 bid, 112 asked. Au r, s per cent.. l'B bid, 106 asked. Colum t, 7 per cent., 84 bid. 85 asked. Macon 7 per asked. Sew Savannah 5 p-r -!-nt. 8754 bid. “854 asked, ex-coupon. ■<! it- Bon is.—Jfai set firm. tAeorgta new |i, l--i, 111 bid, 11154 asked: Georgia 6 per • nt.,coupons Feb. ami Atig., maturity 1880and I-- . l <.a’J*i bid, IDlallO asked; Georgia mort **gu on W. A A. Railroad reguiar 7 per cent., coupon* January and July, maturity 1886, 11054 bid. 11154 asked: 't-*ogia? per cent, gold, cou pons quarterly, 11854 bid, 119 asked; Georgia 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity Is •-!. 124 bid. 125 ask oil Railroad Atociee. —The stock market is very quiet, with light offerings. Central Rail nail. ex-dlvideno, 119% bid, 120 asked. Augusta A Savannah 7 ler cent, guaran teed. ex dividend. 120 oid. 121 asked. Georgia common, ex-dividend. 174 bid, 176 aked. Southwestern . pe- ••eut. ,-uaranteeg. ex-divi dend. 119 b>d. 119% asked Memphis and I’narleston 82 bid, 83 asked. Central Railroad 6 per cent certificate ind., 100 bid, 1005-4 asked. . iilr<KVi Bonds. Market firm. auan fcc at Gulf Ist mortgage consolidated 7 per cent., coupons January and July, matu rity 1397. 112 bid. 114 asked. Atlantic £ Gulf e .domed city of Savannah 7 per cent., cou pon- Jan. and July, maturity 1879. 74 bid. 76 a-ked. Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1393,*120 bid. 121 asked. Georgia 6 per cent , eou 'ou Jan. ana July, maturity, ; 754 bid. 11l isked. Mobile £ Girard 2d mort gage endorsed 8 percent., coupons Jan. and July, maturity 1889. 118 m, bid. 11954 asked. Montgomery and Eu'aula Ist mort gage 6 tier coat., end. by Central Railroad. iU7 bid, 108 naked. Charlotte. Columbia A Augusta Ist nitg'e, 112 bid. 11254 asked. Chsr lotte. Columbia £ Augusta 2d mortgage. 101 bid. Vr2 asked. Western Alabama 2d mt'ge end. 3 per cent., 120 bid, 121 asked. South Georgia £ Florida en loreed, 113 bid. masked; South Georgia A Florida 2d mort gage. 100 bid. 101 aske.t Bacon —Market firm. We quote: Clear rib •ides 11%?.; shoulders,B%c.; hams. 1254c.:dry salted Clear rib sides, U)%e.; long clear, 1054 c, shoulders. 7%c. . Baonuto and Tits.—Fair demand; stock ample. We quote: Two-ind-a-quarcr pounls at 1354 c.; two-pounds at 1154<‘.; one-and-three-quart- r-pounds. at 1054©10%c. Iron Ties-Sl 60©1 75 bundle, according to brand and quantity. Pieced ties. $1 25©1 60. Drt Goods.—The market is firm; stocks full We quote: Prints. 5@7c.; Georgia brown shirting, %. 5c.; 54 do., 6e.; 4-4 brown sheeting, 7c.; white osnaburgs. 3)4© 10c.; checks, 754©554c. : yarns. 5100 for best makes: brown dril ings. 754©854c- Pijocr.—The market is very firm Stocks in our city are ample for the present demand, but as the stock of old wheat is exhausted and new yery poor, dealers are cautious in parting with their present stock. We quote: Superfine. $N 75 ©6 00; extra, fancy. 89 2S©9 75: bakers’. 87 -5©7 75. Grain.— Corn is firmer, and some 6c. per bushel higher in the Western markets We quote here: 7:@BC-c. for white: mixed 74©76c. Oats. 55c. Hat —Market fully stocked and prices lower. W’equote, at wholesale: North rn. 9oois! 00; by cargo. 85c.; Eastern, 81 A), Western timothy 81 20@1 25. Hides, Wool* rtc.—Hides—The market for hides is easy. We quote: '>ry Hint. 1316 c ; salted. 914® 1154 c. Wool—Market easier: offer ings light. We quote: Unwashed, free of Jurrs. prime lota, *7©38541: burry wool, 10©l8c. Tal low, 6c.: wax, 20c.. deer skins. 355.; otter skms. 25c ©|s 00. Lard—The market is firm. We quote: In levees. 12%c : kegs anil t ilw. 13c. . Florida Friits—Watermelons arriving freely; selling at $t o>®s 00 per 10J Grapes brought high prices for first arrivals: stock arriving freely and prices declined. Limes 80c. per 100. FREIGHTS Lmtaza. —By Sail.—There is a great demand for coastwise tonnage. and no available ves sets on the market. An/ arrivals will cotn- IU ind rea ly business and full llgiires. Cargo • ar i offering for West Indie*. South America and Soanish ports Other off shore business Is more quiet. Our thru res include the range of Savan iou Daher, Brunswick and Satilla, from 50c. to tl Oil being paid here for change of load ing port. We juote To Baltimore and Chesa peake ports. Js 00 ,k~ 0 >: to ail 5- ): to New York and Sound ports, *. S SO; to tloeton and eastward. $8 iKh£9 00; to St. John. S 8.. 98 50<ao 00; [Timber II On higher to an lumber rates!; to the West Indies and windward, *S *>*lo 00: *.So“th America Il'J 00; to Spanish ports, 114 JO, to United Kingdom for orders, limner its. & 155.. lumber £5 lut - Xavj.L Stokss. —Soil. —Rosin ana spirits, 53. * I shoe ill. to United Kingdom or Continent di rect; to Sew York 40c. on rosin. fiOc. on spirits. Steam.—To Sew York, rosin, 3jJm, spirits soc ; to Philadelphia, rosin 50c.; spiritsßOc., to Bal timore, rosin 40c., spirits 75c.; to Boston, rosin 46c., spirits 50c. STUM. ° Liverpool, via New York. £ lb &'*£} Liverpool, via Baltimore*, p & Liverpool, via Boston, M - • - - - .35 Liverpool, vA Philadelphia, Si ... 13-32) Antwerp, via Philadelphia. ? 3> Bremen, via New York, f Bremen, via Baltimore > ■- - ••• s ‘“ Amsterdam, via New York Hamburg, via New York, / - Boston, f bale New York. ¥ bale • i E Sea Island, ? bale * Philadelphia, $ baje * 50 Baltimore, p bale * „ Providence, bale * Liverpool s ' 33d Bier- _ New York. * cask.. U New Y'ork, 9 barrel JJJ Philadelphia, $ cask 1 J. Baltimore. |) cask * *2 Boston. V cask 1 78 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Brown Fowls, * pair “ ® Half-grown, V pair 80 & 45 Tiirao-quar.trs grown, V pair... 50 <& 5’ w-js a do* 15 © i* Butter. mountain. V 2° <4 30 Peanuts- Fancy h. p Va.. lllb . .c. O - *• Hand-picked 91 lb- 6c. tj® “ Straight Virginia 4c. & •• North Carolina 6a e® •• Tennessee sc. & Florida Sugar, f 5 V* Florida Syrup, ® gallon "* ® 45 Honey, N ga110n...-. ?’ ® Sweet totatoee. V bushel <5 ® Port-TBV—Scarce; fair demand. Eoos-Mar ket fairly stocked. Bctt*h-a ln demand, not much on the market. PaoirTs Market fully supplied: demand good, stri p Georgia and Florida m fair demand and supply. Scoar—Georgia and Florida scarce, and very little demand. . • • Charleston Ktee and Naval Stores market. Charlbstos, Aug-is? 9.— Ric*.—There was no transaction reported io this craw to-day.while the Umited stock wss held with steadi ness. We quote: Common fair, 5a Mae; gool, prime. 6Wc Carolina rough rice k quoted at 90c. tb *1 90 per bushel for inland, and $1 water qualities. Prime lots of seacoast descrip lions sell at advanced rates. Nival Btor* —The receipts were 391 casks spirts turpentine and 1.915 bbls. rosin. There was a moderate movement in rosins. Sales a boat 800 bbls. at |1 85 per bbl. for C and D, |1 9) for E and F. $1 95 for G, I! Of for H, $9 10 for L $9 9> for K, $9 50 for M. }; 7; for N. $3 00 for window glass and $i 19 V 4 for water white. Spirits turnentine quiet, no aiie- announced: last rates 4144a per gall n for oil aid whisky*, and lie for regulars. Crude tnrtentioe is valued at |9 ! per bbL for virgin lei y’eilofr dip. —tfewt nn/i Courier. JUBIiETiI Bt TI£LIiH4PH. NOON REPOST fOUintt Lemon, August 10 —Erie, 44J4- a** tor*. August 10. -Blocks opened dull. Rone* 2V6&3 per .snt gvchaags—k ■' w 4 short, 94 64 Governmeat hoods moderately active State bonds quiet hat steady. COTTO*. l.ivßnet, August 10 —Cottoa opened dull; middlac uplands, 6 13-16d, middling Orleans, 6%d; sales 8,000 bales, for speculation and ex port 1,000 bales; receipts 7,860 bales, of which 7,700 are American. Future* • Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in August, 6 13 16d; deliver able in August and Heptember, 6 13-18d; de liverable in September and October, 8 5-l6d deliverable in November and December 6d. Market dull and easier. 1:30 p. m.—Middling uplands, 6%d; middling Orleans, 6 13-16d. Futures: Middling uplands, low middling 6 n U A2©6%d er,kble Bet * pmb * r and October! Nsw Yori August 10 -Ootton market opened dull and nominal; sales 530 bales: middling no lands. 19c; middling Orleans. 1254 c Futures-Market opened quiet but steady August. 12 08c; Septem ber. 11 18c; October, 10 6Sc; November, 10 48c - December. 10 48c; January, 10 60c. PROVISIONS. OROCKRTES. NTT* Liverpool, August 10.—Lard. 57s 6d New Yore, August 10.-S lour opened quiet but steady. Wneai a shade easier. Oorn un changed. Pork dull and weak at $lB Lard **'J “V* £ 1155 c SpiriU turpentine, 4-JS4C. Rosin, 82 05 tor strained. Freights firm Baltin ORE. August 10.—Flour higher and s V£? g: Howard street and Western superfine 44 Co©4 50; extra. 84 75©? 50; family M ooa k mSi? l hmaj ' *1 °°<a 7s ; Rio brands, *6 ID©, 00: Patapsoo family, *750. Wheat- Southern higher and firm; Western firmer, closing quiet and easy: Southern red. SI 28© i* 1 : ambss *1 30© 1 8454; No. 1 Maryland; 1 3354, No. 2 Western winter red, on the spot and Augurt delivery, $1 .-4)54© 1 ?o%; Sep -1 3-^: October d£ livery, $1 33© 1 84; November delivery, 81 3654 r^.7'~^? uth ? rnfirm : Western higher but in a? 6oc ’ ® out i iern w blte,ttls4c; yellow nominally EVENING RETORT. FINANCIAL Wxw York. August 10.—Money, 254©5 per cent Exchange, $4 82 for sixty days. Gov e-nment blinds closed steady, except new 'ours, which declined 54 percent.; new fives 'coupon), 11K54 : new four and a half percents (coupon), 11454; new four per cento (coupon), lit 54. State bonds moderately active. 3:G) p. m.—Stocks generally weak, after wards very irregular. as follows: N Y. Central 143% W..St.L.£P. pref 88% pfie -v 43% MeiupturA Char. 81 Lake Shore 123% Rock Island . 13754 li iinols Central... 137 Western Union .Bll6 Nash. AChat 88 Ala.,claasA,2tos. 76% L’yfileANaah 10154 Ala,cnssA,smaH. 80 Pittsburg *149 Ala., class B, 55.. 94 Chtca A North’n.,lßs% Ala., c ase C. 45.. 83 “ preferred ...138 E. Tennessee Rd.. 1854 Wah.,St L A Pac. 50% Bub-Traasury Balances: Coin, >81,837.069 00: currency, 85,062,378 00. 5:00 p. m.—FoUoa ing are the closing quota tions of the New York Stock Board: Georgia 6s 11l OhloAMis’plpref .108 “ 7s, mortgage. 11154 Ch’peake A Ohio. 285* 7s, gold 119 Mobile A Ohio.. . 3554 Louisiana consois b 7% Hannibal A St. Jo. 91 N. Carolina, old.. 37 San F. A St. Louis. 4954 “ “ jew 22 •• p re f. 76 ‘ funding... 13 “ “ 1 pref. 10754 “ “special tax 7% Union Pacific .. .126 Tennessee 63. 72 Houston A Texas. 9554 “ new 7354 Pacific Mail 51% Virginians 38 Adams Express...l37 "consolidated. 81 Wells A Fargo... 136 “ deferred 16 Am’ean Express.. 84 Panama 240 U. 8. Express ... 67 Fort Wavne 139 Cons’dated Coal.. 3756 Chicago A Alton. 139 Quicksilver 15% Harlem 246 •• preferred.. 60 MiehiganCentral. 9754 Norf. A W'n pref. 60 3t. Paul 114 Texas Pacific 57 •* preferred . .131 Ch’go, Bt.L.AN.O. 80 Dela.,Lack. A W. 124% Manhattan Kiev. 1854 N. Jersey Centr’l. 9554 New York Elev’d. 108 Reading 65% Metropolitan Eie. 7954 Ohio and Mi5’pi....3854 n • Offered at. COTTON Liverpool,August 10. 5:00 p. in.—The sales of the day included 5,850 bales of American. Futures closed dull but steady. New Yoke, August 10.—Cotton closed weak; middling uplands, 12c; middling Orleans, 12%c; sales 692 bales; net receipts 261 bales; gross receipts 4,018 bales. Futures closed steads - , with sales of 27,100 bales as follows: August, 12 <s©l2 07c; Sep tember, 11 17©U 18c; October, 10 61©10 65c: November, 10 I9©1! 50c; De<mber. 10 49© 19 50c; January.lo62c;February. 10 7'.©1074c; March. 10 86©l0 87c; April. 10 99© 11 00c; May. 11 lo© 11 12c. Galvkston, August 10.—Cotton quiet; mid dling 1154 c; low middling 1054 c; good ordinary 95Jc; net receipts 330 bates; grot-s receipts bales; sales S?S bales: stock 18,777 bales; ex ports coastwise 977 bales. Norfolk, August 10.—Cotton quiet; middling Us4c; net receipts 192 bales; gross receipts bale-: stock 3,156 bales; sales 5S bales; exports coastwise 202 Dales. Baltimore, August 10.—Cotton steady; mid dling l!?4c: low middling 11 5-16 j; good or dinary 10c; net receipts 2CO bales;gross receipts bales; sales bales; stock 949 balsa: silo* to spinners —■ bales; exports, to Great Britain 672 bales. Boston, August 10.— Cotton quiet; middling 12J4:; low m doling ll)|o; good ordinary 10)4e; net receipts 353 bales; gross receipts bales; sales bales; stock 7.945 bales. W ilmington, August 10—Cotton firm; middling He - , low middling 1054*:; good ordinary 9o; net receipts 12 bai* s: gross receipts bales; sales bales: stock 402 bales. 'Philadelphia, August 10 —Cotton dull; mid dling 1214 c; low middling ll%c; good ordinary 1054 c; net receipts bales; gross receipts 231 bales; gales 698 bales; sales to spinners 193 Ue,s: stock 7,23 , bales; exports to Great Bri tain I,o*o bales. New urleo.B, August 10.—Cotton steady; middling 1154 c; low middling 1054 c; good or dinary 10c; net receipts 90 bales: gross re ceipts 242 bales: sales 1 2mj bales; stock 66,130 bales; exports coastwise 855 bales. Moaiut, August 10.—Cotton quiet but steady; middling 1154 c; low middling 1154 c; good or dinary 954 c; net receipts 9 bales; gross receipts - bales; sales 1,200 bales; stock 3,758 bales; exports coastwise 31 bales. Memphis, August 10 —Cotton quiet; middling Us4c; net receipts 140 bales: shipments ba*es: sales 50 bales: stock 10,988 bale*. Adocsta, August 10.—Cotton very dull; mid ding 11a; low middling 1054 c; good ordinary 9%c; net receipts 69 bales; shipments bales; ■diies 31 bales. Charleston, August 10.—Cotton steady; mid iiing )l%c; low middling 11c; good ordinary Msic: net receipts 16 bales; gross receipts bales; sales 25 bales; stock 511 bales; exports coastwise 105 bales. new York, August 10.—Consolidated net re ceipts to-day for all cotton ports, 1,658 bales; exjiorts, to Great Britain 1,671 bales, to the continent bales. SHOVIMIxN*. GROCERIES. TC London, August 10, 5 p. m.—Spirits turpen tine, 35s 6. New yoke. August 16. Flour.Southern.closed steady; moderate demand; common to fair extra, >5 I>©6 25; good to choice ditto, |6 30© 7 25. Wheat opened a shade higher; after wards the advance was lost, clcsing 54©5tc lower; moderate export and fair speculative trading: ungraded spring $1 15©1 2054; No. 3 uitio *1 17, No. 2 ditto 81 23. No. 2 Chicago ami Milwaukee S1 2554<*1 2d; ungraded red 81 10©1 3154 No. 3 ditto $1 2~5*©1 28, No 2 onto $1 iO%©l 3154, s'earaer No. 2 81 27t$© 1 27%, No 1 red $1 3354 mixed winter $1 27vi© 1 28; ungraded white. *1 1,'©126)4, No. 2 ditto SI 25, No. 1 ditto 81 2%ai 29, steamer ditto 81 -*!%©l 22; No. 2 red August delivery, 81 30*s©l 3154. cloving 81 30%; Sept-moer fl 31<q©l 32)*. closing 81 3i54l ctobersl 3354 ©1 3il4i, clos.ng 81 32%; November $1 365*; December®l 38©1 3954- Corn less active; sq© 54c lower; closing firm on options, ungraded 51©60c; No. 3, 54©55c, steamer ditto 5154© 57c; No. 2. 59%©60e; No. 2 white. 645,c; jeliow. Site; No. 2, August delivery, 5956©(tc. closing 59)£c: Septemtier 62)4©i.3c. closing 63c; Octo ber 6!*.©65)4c, closing 65c. Oats 54© 1540- higher and fairly active; No. 3.45 c. Hops firm and in fair demand; yearlings, 12©18c. Coffee firm but quiet; KlO cargoes. ll‘©l3sqc; job lots, l 1 ©UV4C. Sugar firm: fair to good refining, ~?ft©7%e; refined dull and weak—standard A, .vlolasses quiet and unchanged Rice in fair inquiry. Rosin steady at $2 05© 2 0754. Turpentine higher and fl-m at 43%©11c. Wool in buyers favqr and dull; domestic fleece 32© 45c; pulled. 20©4Uc: unwashed, !3©34c; Texas. 14©31c. Pork weak and dull. Middles strong but quiet; long short clear 10c; long aud short clear, 954 c. Lard hss active; prime steam, on spot, 11 45c; August delivery, II 4254©1l 4754 c; September 11 4U©ll 50c; Oc tober 11 45© 11 5254 c; November 11 1754© 11 25; December 11 10© 11 1754 c; year 1105©11 10c. Freights higher and firm. it alt i mohs, August 10.—Oars higher and in fair demand; Southern. 38©42c; Western white. 41©4-c —latter price for old, ditto mixed 38©39c. Provisions firm, with (air jobbing trade demand: Me.-s pork, |lB 75. Bulk meats— shoulders and clear rib aide-, packed, 7%c and 1 -Jqc. bacon-shoulders, 854 c. clear rit sides. He. Hams, 13Qc. Lard, refined. In tierces. Coffee quiet but Ann; Rio cargoes, or dinary to 'air, lo© 14c. Sugar easier and slow; a soft. 954 *. Wrussy firmer at 81 12©1 1254. freights null. Nsw oxukans. August 10.—Flour quiet; double extra, 84 50©4 75; high grades, $ 00© 7 10. Corn scarce and firm at 66©75c. Oats quiet and weak at 59©H0c. Corn meal higher at $3 25. Hay in fair demand; prime choice, 820<t - 21. Provisions—Pork firmer at 618 75©19 06 asked (or mess, lower prices re fused. Card t,uiet but steady; retin and, in tierces, 12©1254 c - kegs, 1254© 12%c Bulk meats active, firm an i higher; shoulders. 754 c Bacon firmer: shoulders, 854 c; clear rio, 11c; clear sides, lliqc; hams, sugar cured, canvased, 1354 ©l4c. as 10 quality and siz* Whisky steady; Western rectified, 8> 075a©l 1254- Ck.ffe- in good demand; Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime, SAi.ai.3 - .sugar quiet but firm: fair to fully fair, 754©7%c; yel ow clarified. 9©9%c. Mo lasses dull and nominal. Kice firm: ordinary to prime, 344©654c. Bran scarce and firm at 9254 ijiKcrsxati. August 10 - Flour strong; family, W)©6 10; fancy. |6 40©7 00. Wheat strong; No 2 red winter, 8, 29© 1 30. Corn firm; No. 2 mixed, 5Sc. Oats in go jd demand. No. 2 mixed 37 -*c. Provisions—Pork quiet at $lB. Lard easier at 11 20c Bulk meat* quiet: shoulders, 754 c; rib, 9%c. Bacon steady; shoulders, 774 c; rib. 10)>c; sides, lie. Whisky in good demand. Sugar riser; hards. U's4©lo%c; New Orleans, ss4©s4o. H >gssteady and firm; common and ligfi'.'JS 09©t> 75; packing and butchers. $6 20 ©6 9J; receipts 5.001, shipinet,s SCJ. t i'isvu,i.. August ,u -Flour quiet but firm; extra. $3 25©4 00; extra family, $4 25© 4 75; choice to fancy. $6 50©6 73. Wheat firm and higher at $1 22. Corn in good demand: No. 2 white, WVe. Oats fairly active and a shade higher; No. 2 white. 40c: ditto mixed.iOc. Provisions—Pork nominal. Bulk meats quiet; shoulders, 7 10c, clear rih, 9 65c: sides, lo 25c. Bacon quiet: shoulders, 7 85c; clear rib, 10 50c: clear sides, 11 1254 c; hams, sugar cured. 12%© 13c. Whisky steady, *1 10. Chicago, August 10.—Flour steady and un changed. Wheat unsettled, generally lower. No. 2 Chicago spring. J 1 2154 for cash: sll7 for September; $1 16%©1 1?4 for October. Corn gteady; fair d-rnand; 53%c for cash: 544*0 for September; 5'54c for October. Oats irregular; generally Higher; 83%©3tc for cash; 33c for August: 32%c for September; ?954© ; 2% for October. Pork week; fair demand but at lower rates; sl7 75©17 8754 for cash: sl7 70 for August and September: sl7 75©17 80 for October. Lard in good demand but at lower rates; 1154 c for cash and August; 11 2754©U 80 for September; 11 3J©ll 3254 c for October. Bulk meats steady; shoulders. 6 80c; short rib, 9 45c; short clear, 9 60c. Whisky steady and unchanged. sr. Laocrs. August 10.—Flour nominally un changed; family, $5 65©5 85; choice to fancy, f5 96©6 60. Wheat opened a shade bolter but declined: Jfo. 2 red fall. $1 2354 for cash: $1_ 2354 for August Corn opened higher but declined to 5654 c for cash: 56%c for August. CHts in active at 81c for casn; 3454 c for August and 8 ptember. Rye higher at 39©90c. Provisions —Porx steady at $lB 40©18 50. Bulk meats quiet: shoulders, 6 80c; clear rib, 9 40c; clear sides. 9 70c. Bacon strong; shoulder*. 8c: clear rib. 10 60c; clear sides, 10 65©11 00c. Uaid dull and nominal at 11 30c. Butter nominally Un changed. Whisky firip. <v iljiinoton, august 10.—Spirit* tirpentire firm at 43c. Roam firm at $1 80 for strained and $1 85 for good strained. Tar firm at $2 65. Crude turpentine irregular at $3 00©3 10 for yellow dip and virgin. Coin unchanged. Shipping luMUawt. MINIATURE ALMANAC—Tins DAY Bn Riser * 5 3 , Bon B*tb 6 <9 High Water at Ft Iritutm.. .8:29 a R, 6A2 p . Tstrsdat. Augurt 11. 1881. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. F Rdbertton 11 * Polnt ’ Cn * a9r < Charleston—Jno CLEARED YESTERDAY. York^GM*Borrei 8 * vanMh - How * - Kew m ' W9bber ’ BrUtol ~ A DEPARTED YESTERDAY. Steamer City Point, Creaser, Florida—Jno F Robertson. steamer Katie, Caban iss, landings on Savan nah River—John Law-ton. SAILED YESTERDAY Steamship City of Savannah. New York. MEMORANDA. Tvbkr, August 10, 9:OJ p m—Passed ud steamer City Point. raaaeu up, Passed out, si earner City Point and steamship City of Savannah Waiting, bark Tillid 'Nor). Wind S, 12 miles: cloudy. Trieste, August 10-Arrived, bark Atlantic. Wilmington. ’ Bremen. August 10—Arrived, bark Gulf Berg Galveston. Southampton, August 10-Arrived, bark Argo, Darien. ~o ff DungenesS, August 10-Arrlved, bark r reia, Charleston. Charfeston U * USI 10-ArriTed - bark Normandy. Liverpool, July 27-Loading for Port Royal, bark Toronto. Eagles; loading for Savannah, steamer Irene Morris, Bailey. New York, August 9—Cleared, schr Lois V Chaples, Chaphs, Jacksonville. Boston, August B—Cleared, schr A S Snare, Jacksonville. New Buford. August 6-Arrived, schooner Stephen (j Hart, Torrey, Brunswick. Philadelphia, August B—Arrived, schr A A E Hooper. Truitt, Fernandina. Providence, August 7 -Arrived, schr Ada G Shortland. Herrick, Jacksonville. Vineyard Haven, August 7—Arrived, schrs Cathie C Berry, Seavey. for Union Island, Ga: Kate Wentworth. Cox, for St Mary's Ga Doug.as. Isle of Man, August s—Sailed, bark Alexandra (Br), Peters, Darien. New York, August 10—Arrived, Claudius, Regulator. Manhattan, Orinoco. Colorado, F A Milligan, Gloucester, city of Washington. St Laurent, Alvo, W’eilanl, Wyoming. Arrived out, Korin Herder. Ethiopia. Homeward, Bondvennin, Charleston. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Masters or vessels arriving at tmg port having any special reports to make will please send them to me. \ easels leaving port will be fur nished with files of the Morning News free on application at this office. J. H. ESTILL, Aeent New York Associated Press, Office I Whitaker street. RECEIPTS. Per Central Railroad, August 10—113 bales cotton, 563 bales hay. 350 bbls Hour, 467 pieces bacon, 2 cars bulk com, 115 pkgs furniture, 51 bags peanuts, 1 k and wagon. 12 cases eggs, 7 bbls ric ,49 cases smoking tobacco, 34 boxes mfd totiacco, 1 car fire bricks. 6 bbls fire clay 11 bales rags, 12 bbls dried peaches. 6 water melons, 5 bales domestics, 32 crates fruit, 10 bags wool, 35 bdla hides, 20 cars lumber, 51 pkgs mdse. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Au gust 10-111 boxes tobacco, 72 caddies tobacco, and mdse Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway, August 10-16 bales cotton. 31 cars lumber, 1 car wood, 927 bbls rosin, 336 bbls spirits turpen tine, 4 bbls honey. 119 bbls vegetables. 9 bales hides, 4 bales wool, 17 bales yarns, and mdse. EXPORTS. Per steamship City or Savannah, for New York—l,l29 bales upland cotton. 418 bales do mestics, yarns and warps, 1,213 bb's naval stores, 113,327 feet lumber, 241 boxes fruit, 25 bbls earth paint, 27 sacks scrap leather. 3 bales vanilla, 11 cases wax, 14 cases cigars, 162 pkgs mdse. Per bark Architect (Br), for Bristol—2,l33 bbls rosin, weighing 889,375 pounds, valued at 85.987 25, and 500 casks spirits turpentine, measuring 23,674 gallons, valued at >9,913 29. PASSENGERS. Per steamship City of Savannah, for New York-Geo W Lamar, Miss Sallie Lamar, Miss Caro Lamar. J W Fowier and wife, G Kiesling and w ile, W Neil and wife, John Ouerard and wife, S Levy. N Bernstein. H Griffith, T P Stickey, Mrs Lews and daughter, Mrs Wors fold. Miss Hall, John Ingliss and wife, C D Winn and wife, O P Havens and wife, W 8 Wigbtman and wife, C R Herron. A Asher, EL Cilley, F Stnior, W H Koons, Luke Carson, Mrs L Carson, Miss L Carson, Rev C H Strong, Mrs C H Strong and child, Mr and Mrs Flan ders. D Waxelbaum, 8 Popper, Mr Stowe, Wal ter W Stowe, Mrs II I.eGare, Miss Stowe, A Ehrlich, J Wolfe, R M Larconibe, J J Gar many, Mrs Bohen and children, Mrs Bostock, Miss Bostock, C F Bielle, Jas Scripture, W Mc- Dade, J Prager, J 51 Wood, J F Dillon, W F Hanitoon and wife, M Lillenstein and wife. Prof C S Mallette, C F Williams, A S Deveus, G M Di-vens, E Devens, H Selsby, J D Wright, Geu Devens, Geo Hulsh, Miss E Green, E Etien heimer. Geo W Saxon, Miss J J Kalloch, Walter Nichols, Mrs H Murphy, J Pugh, G Chase. A D Chappell, Tom Milledge Jr (col), Jas F Moore (col), Jas Wightman (col), Elizabeth Hicks (col), and 4 steerage. CONSIGNEES Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, Augus-. 10—Forag Office, Peacock, H & Cos. W C Jackson & Cos, O 1- Jones, W O Powell Agt, E T Roberts. K B Reppard. J J Dale A Cos, Alex ander A M, U W . Uarmony, Bendhelm Bros A Cos, M Y Henderson, Eckman A V, John J Mc- Donough. 1> C Bacon A Cos, Haglam A H. C R R Cos, Jno Blue, J W Tynan, Solomonß A Cos, H Myers & Bros, Lee Roy Myers, J H Hennessey, L J Uuilm irtui A Cos, Jno Flannery A Cos, W W Gordon A Cos, M Maclean. Per Central Railroad, August 10—Fordg Agt, J W Schley & Cos, Solomon Bros, 8 G Haynes A Bro, W B Mell A Cos, E L Neidlinger, Son A Cos, T P Bond, S Cohen, A J Miller A Cos, Allen A L, Eekman A V, Weed A C, W B Drake, B J Cub bedge, H M Comer A Cos, Walter AH, CF Stubbs. Saussy AH, S Gnckenheimer A Son, A H Champion F M Hull, Lewis W Haskell, M Ferst A Cos H Myers A Bros, Lee Boy Myers, D D Arden, M Beli, D C Bacon & Cos, L J Uuilmar tiD A Cos, Order. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Au gust 10—Fordg Office S, F A W Ky, Lee Roy Myers, H Myers A Bros, J C Thompson, A J Miller A Cos, W m Byrne. dEottmes. POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE Ocmmanweatth Distribution Cos. In the City of Louisville, or WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1881. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays excepted) under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of Kentucky The United States Circuit Court on March 21 rendered the following decisions; Ist-THaT THE COMMONWEALTH DIB - COMPANY LJ LEGAL. 2o—ITS DRAWINGS ARE FAIR. N. B.—This company has now on hand large reserve fund. Read carefully the list of prizes for the . AUGUST DRAWING. 1 Prize $ 30,0f0 1 Prize 10,0(0 1 Prize 5,0(0 10 Prizes, 91,000 each 10,0.0 20 Prizes, 500 each 10.0CO 100 Prizes, 100 each., 10,000 200 Prizes, 50w5k.... 10,000 600 Prizes, 90 each 12,000 1,000 Prizoa, 10 each 10,000 APPROXIMATION PKIZRS. 9 Prizes, 500 each 2,700 9 Prizes, 900 each 1,800 9 Prizes, 100 each 90f 1,960 Prizes 112,40( Whole tickets, 92; Half Tickets, $1; 27 Ticket*, SSO; 55 Tickets, 9100. Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send bv Express. DON’T SEND BY REGIS TERED LETTER OR POST OFFICE ORDER. Orders of $5 and upward, by Express, oan be sent at our expense. Address ail orders to R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal Building, Louis ville, Ky.. or H M. BOARDMAN. 309 Broad way, New York. JNO. B. FERNANDEZ, Agent, Cor. Bull and Broughton sts.. Savannah. Ga. Ibreafl. V* * ND % O ST, mom, BEST SOLD BT lU, JOBBEBS \ IS7B ** Production Doubled. Again Doubled. latest. Charleston & Savannah R’v Charleston, June 10th, 1881. ON and after this date round Trip Tickets will be on sale at depot o©ce ana 29 Bull street, Savannah: TO NEW YORK, GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER 318 TANARUS, FOR S3O. TO CHARLESTON, Good to leave Savannah RATURDAY AFTER NOON and leave Charleston MON - DAY MORNING, FOR $2. Elegant Dining Cars in all trains * 8. C. BOYLBTON, Q. P. A. gaxatire, PRW'fUPEf* BT PliySfrfAXg, LAXATIVE Prepared tropical ftuit* ptartn* A Delicious and Re freshing Kruit Lozenge, Which Serves the Purpose of Pills and Dis agreeable Purgative Medicines. TROPIC FRI IT I-1 A CTIVE is llie best preparation in the world for Constipation, Bili ousness, Headache, Piles, and all kindred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and is deli cious to t:*ke. Cleansing the system thoroughly. It imparts vigor ti mlml and body, and dispels Melancholy. Hypochondria, Ac. One trial con vinres. Parinsl in lirouied tin boxes only. PRICE 25 and 60 CTS. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. LIPPMAN BRQTHEBB and OSCEOLA BUT LER, Wholesale Agents. stostetter’s pSitters. Hosing filalarla la an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease and death in many localities, for which quinine is no genuine an tidote, but for the effects of which Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters is not only a thorough reme dy, but a reliable preventive. To this fact there is an overwhelming array of testimony, extending over a period of thirty years. All disorders of the liver, stomach and bowels are also conquered bv th Bitters. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gen erally. Florida Water. THE IMPERISHABLE PERFUME. Murray & Lanman’s FLORIDA WATER. Best for TOILET, BATH, and SICK ROOM. and siquors. m TBY IT l BUY IT 1 . —AND- Never Decry It! PURE mOHAWK. WHISKEY. JESSE MOORE & CO.’S BOURBON, 83 PER GALLON, and only sold by D, 33. LESTER, 21 WHITAKER BT.. SAVANNAH, GA. items. ASK 101 R GROCER FOR AND BONELJESS BACON. NONE GENUINE Unless bearing our patented Trade-Marks, a light metallic seal, attached to the string, and the ctriped l anvas as In the out. yens, STEEL PENS Sample box, 25 different styles of Perry’s Pens Font for trial by mail, on receipt of 25 cents. Sole Agents, Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Cos., NEW YORK, ©Us, &f. OLIVER S PiINT /IND Oil STORE Sasli, Doors and Blinds. L I M El, PLASTER, CEMENT. 5 WHITAKER STREET. BAVANNAH, GA. J <Thn g. butlek, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In White Lead, Oils, Colors, Glass, Etc HOUBE AND SIGN PAINTING. COLE Agent for the GEORGIA LIME, CAL- O CINED PLASTER, CEMENTS, HAIR, LAND PLASTER, etc. Sole Agent for F. O. PIERCE A CO.’S PUR* PREPARED PAINTB. One hundred dollars guarantee that this Paint con tains neither water or benzine, and is the only gua.ri.iiteed Paint in the market. No. as Drayton street. Savannah. Qa, jrg (good*. THE HIT 9F TUI Ml I OUB New York purchasing agent write*; “I have made the the hit of the season. I have closed a . b^ n 7 k rJf > i t c.?:*?r’i f S^r er entire stock at less than 45 cents on the dollar. It U a well RFADY MADEGARMENTS. such as LADIES* WHITE LAWN SUITS. FIGUPED MUSLIN and PIiJUE SUITS, CALICO WRAPPERS and DRESSES, Chl'dren * Infants’ and Misses’ DRESSES, LINEN KILT SUITS, NIGHT GOWNS, CHEMISES, SKIRTS, etc , ana would Idfw to ash: but a very smill profit on these good*, so aa to insure their rapid sale, as I n*ve another man of that class at my fingers’ ends, and therefore wish you to make room quickly.” THESE IMMENSE BARGAINS! ARE TO BE HAD AT OUR BAZAR.! IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING Sledge Hammers ! All of our SUMMER DRESS GOODS at about half price, some even at leas. 1,000 pieces of the very choicest and best FANCY CALICOES at 5%0. These goods have never been sold and are not now sold elsewhere for lees than £%c. 100 pieces yard wide, fast colored FIGURED LAWN, former price now reduced to 4c. 200 pieces 28-inch wide FIGURED MUSLIN at 4%c„ former price 854 c. 2,500 yards DRESS LINEN, warranted pure Unen and full yard wide, at 1254 c., former price 20c. and 25c. 1,000 yards SHIRTING LINENS for Bhlrt Fronts, Collars, Cuffs, etc., at from 26c. upwards. These goods are 40 per cent, below cost of importation. 10,000 dozen Ladles’ and Gents’ LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS undoubtedly at less than one-half their value. 1,000 dozen TOWELS, some as low as 35c. per dozen, all extremely cheap. We have big drives in BHEETINGS, BED SPREADS and TABLE LINENS, and especially call attention to our immense stock of Ladies’, Gents’and Hisses’Enelisli Ease. We have bargains in every department. We do not permit any house to undersell us on any article, even If we have to lose money, for we ain’t scared a bit. LOOK AT THIS SPECIAL OFFERING OF 100 Pieces of lie Geiniie yard wide Frait of tie Loom At lOc. per yard by the piece and lor Cash only. Remember that we do not try to Impose upon you. We do not offer you the 31-inoh wide for a yard, nor an inferior quality, but the real nonest goods itself. We don’t deceive the public. Laces, Embroideries and Ribbons. We are Just stocked with them at our popular low prices. Anybody wishing such goods, and desire variety and low prices, must come to our HEADQUARTERS. DAVID WEISBEIN. GUTMAN 13110 HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE LOT OF REAL SMYRNA AND TORCHON LACES IN NEW AND HANDSOME DESIGNS. LINEN LAWNS! ! LINEN LAWNS! 1254 c. —-SAME AS SOLD AT 17c. 1254 c. EMBROIDERED MULL SASHES AT 75 CENTS. GSUTMAIST BROS., 141 Brougliton Street. SHUUtttfru (Socas. I (L ALTMM l Cl)„ 135 BrougHton Street. NEW BARGAINS IN MILLINERY! HBMEMBBH. TIIE Gri-eat JEiibUon Sale. 100,000 YARDS OF ALL KINDS REDUCED. PLAIN AND FANCY PARASOLS! THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK AT COST. BARGAINS FOR ALL. Our Gents’ FnrnisMng Department! The most oomplete In the city. The originators of the 85c. UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT, conse quently the best. Our Bargains in SHOES and SLIPPERS Still continue. SHOES of every description, and latest styles, lower than ever. (Sromrws. A. HIRSCHMAN, THE BOSS GROCER, 21 BARNARD STREET. SUGAR. SOAPS. PICKLES. TEAS. STARCa VINEGAR. COFFEE. SODA. JELLIES. COFFEE GROUND. FLOUR. RICE. COFFEE ROASTED. CRACKERS. GRITS. SPICES. CHOCOLATE. TOBACCO. DRIED FRUITS. CANDIES. CIGARS. NUTS. BUTTER. WINE. SARDINES. CHEESE. ALE. MACKEREL. LARD. LIQUORS. THE EAMOUS 4-YEAR-OLD HIRSCHMAN’S BONANZA WHISKEY At ONLY 82 25 PER GALLON. For ycur PROVISIONS and FANCY GROCERIES, as well as Pure and Choice LIQUORS, call at THE BQBS GROCER’S, 21 BARNARD ST„ SAVANNAH. GA. hotels. MARSHALL HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. JOHN BRBBXAN, MANAGER. ANE of the best and most satisfactory features of the MARSHALL HOUSE is its comforta ' “ ble rooms and the uniform excelence of its table at all seasons of the year. We append endorsements from high authority: “Having stopped at the Marshall Hoite while In Savannah, we most cheerfully endorse it to ladies and families as being strictlya first-class house in all of its appointments, and un rivalled in the excellence of its table. "A. H COLQUITT. Governor of Georga. W D. BLOXHAM, Governor of Florida. “Hon. T. M. NORWOOD, Ex. U. 8. Senior from Ga. GEO. F. DREW, ex-Governor of Florida. “Hon. GEO. It. BLACK, Mesber House of Representatives from Georgia.” THE RED 1 GROCERY STOKE, 22 AND 22|-2 BARNARD STREET, IS MAKING OUT A LIST OF LOW PRICES. RUBSAK db CO., Hear of Solomons cb 00. 6tos. E'THE BBOWH COTtOW 6ihu Cleans the Seed better, rune lighter, gins fester, and costa less money than any Other Oln In the market. The brush la adjustable and It has drlv Ing pulley and belt at both ends, (very maohlne made of the best material and )’ric List of GINS, Feeders and Condensers. . Price with Price with oitna Prices of Belf Self Gins. Feeder or Feeder snd Condenser. Condenser. 80 saw * 75 00 SIOO 00 *m 00 85 “ 87 50 116 00 144 60 40 “ 100 00 133 50 166 00 45 “ 112 60 146 00 179 60 60 •* . 126 00 160 00 195 00 60 “ 140 00 180 00 220 00 TO “ 160 00 206 00 258 00 80 “ 180 00 232 00 284 00 The above prices arc for the machines boxed ready for shipment and delivered at our factory. Will name price delivered at any accessible point, free of freight, if desired. Established 1848, at Columbus, Ga., under name of E. T .Taylor A Co.,removing in 1858 to New London, Ct., where the present firm have since carried on the business. In addltiion to our already unequalled facilities we have erected another large factory, thus doubling oar capacity of manufacture. Get your orders In at once and avoid a possibility of delay. Extra inducements to early buyers. Send for illustrated pamphlet giving new testimonials from hundreds of enterprising planters. Ftssscs, Engines, and complete outfit furnished when desired. Address BROWN COTTON GIN CO., New Condon, Conn. C. H. DORSETT, Agent, e Savannah, Ga. IBfflUittal. WroMMMmK THERE is a well known principle in animal 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 • organ is weak. RICORD’S VITA It RESTORATIVE has been indorsed by the Academy of Medicine in Paris as an infallible specific for nervous and physi cal debility, etc.; contains no phosphorus, cantharides or other poison; is purely vegetable. is a sugar-coated pill. None genuine without the signature of S. B. SIGESMOND on side of each box. Boxes of 50 pills, $1 50; IOC $3; of 400, *lO CAUTION. HATING HARDLY GOT RID OF ONE IM POSTOB, WHO COUNTERFEITED RICORD’S VITAL RESTORATIVE, BY CHANGING THE NAME TO RICORD’S RESTORATIVE. WHEN A SECOND IMPOSTOR IN ST. LOUIS, CALL ING HIMSELF MY AGENT, HAS SOLD (AND THE GOODS ARE STILL IN THE MARKET) A DANGEROUS IMITATION OF RICORD’3 VITAL RESTORATIVE. HE USED A FAC SIMILE OF MY LABELS AND TRADE-MARK, AND FORGED MY SIGNATURE THEREON. WHEN YOU BUY OF YOUR DRUGGIST ASK HIM FOR A WRITTEN GUARANTEE THAT THE ARTICLE HAS BEEN FUR CHASED DIRECT OF ME OR OF LIPPMAN BROS., SAVANNAH. SEND THE LABEL TO MY ADDRESS, 40 WORLD BUILDING, NEW YORK. S. B. SIGESMOND, M. D., SOLE PROPRIETOR. The genuine can be had of LIPPMAN BROS., Savannah, Ga., and all druggists. OK. SICKsnOND AGREES TO FORFEIT $5,000 for any failure to cure with RIOORD’S VI I A Ms 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 DR. S. B. SIGESttOND, 40 W orld Hall ding, New York. HEALTH IS WEALTH! Dr. E. C. WEBT’S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT: A specific for Hysteria Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Speri.ia torrhcea, 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 8 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 by us for 6 boxes, accompanied with $5, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treat ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued by OSCEOLA BUTLER, Druggist, corner Bull and Congress streets, Bavannan, Ga. Orders by mail promptly attended to. mGold Medal Awarded Ihe Author. Anew and great Medical Work, war ranted the best and cheap est, indispensable to every man, entitled “The Science of Life, or Self-Preserva tion;” bound in finest French muslin, embossed, full gilt, 300 pp. Contains BOW mEIF.“K,iSU.Trt;?o n S #1 35, sent by mail: illustrated sample 6c. Send now. Address PEABODY MEDICAL INSTI TUTE or Dr W. H. PARKER, No. 4 Bulfinch street, Boston. ## or Oliill* and Feva* AND ALL DISEASES mj—* by Malarial Poisoning or th BMM A WARRANTED CUKE. rloa. ill ■OO. For ,X br all Draggll* MANHOOD RESTORED 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. REEVEB, 43 Chatham street New York. PRESCRIPTION FREE For the Apeedy Cure of Nervoua Wenkneftft. lxwl Vitality, Premature IteMlttj, Nervoumicu, Deapondeney, Confusion of Ideal*, Defective Mem ory and dlnorder* brought on by Indlnerctlon and EzecAAP*. Any druggUt has the Ingredient a. Kent In iilain Sr*led KavHop*. Address |>. VV. H. J AOI EB, ISO West With Street, Cincinnati- Ohio. jfrUipiiittfl. CIUION lineT UNITED BTSTEB MAIL BTEAMERB, FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Leaving Pier 38 N. R.. foot of King st WYOMING Tuesday, Aco. 16. 10:00 a. m. ARIZONA Tuesday, Aug. 23, 4:30 p. M. WISCONSIN Tuesday, Aug. 30, 8:30 p. u. NEVADA Tuesday. Sept. 6. 3:30 p. m. ABYSSINIA Tuesday, Sept. 13, 9:00 a. m. These steamers are built of iron, in water tight compartments, and are furnished with every requisite to make the passage across the Atlantic both safe and agreeable, having Bath room, Smoking-room, Drawing-room, Piano and Library; also, experienced Surgeon, Stew ardess and Caterer on each steamer. The State rooms are all upper deck, thus insuring those greatest of ail luxuries at sea, perfect ventila tion and light. Cabin Passage (according to State room), S6O, SBO and $100; Intermediate, S4O; Steerage at low mtoc Office*, No. 39 Broadway, New York. WXLLLAMB & GUION. JAMES MARTIN, Agent, JO6 Bay street, 8a • 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. LABRADOR, Joucla, WEDNESDAY, Au gust 10. 6:00 A. n. ST. LAURENT, Sbrvam, WEDNESDAY, Au gust 17, 13:00 A. M. AMERIQUE, Santblu, WEDNESDAY, Au gust 24, s:uo A. M. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wins); <* TO HAVRE—First Cabin SIOO and $80; Sec ond Cabin S6O; Steerage $36, including wine, bedding and utensils. Checks drawn on Credit Lyonnais, of Pari*, in amounts to suit. LOUIS DE BEBIAN .Agent, 6 Bowling Green, foot of Broadway, N. Y., or WILDER A 00.. Agents for Savannas a RTIST’S Manual of Oil and Water Oslo xx Painting, Crayon Drawing, etc., 50c. Guide to Authorship, 50c. Of booksellers or by mail. JESSE HANKY A 00.. 119 Nassau street. New York. m-X SiYMNAH LID NEW YORK. Ocean Steamsbip Gonpany. CABIN S3O EXCURSION 32 STEERAGE 10 nnHE magnificent steamships of this Company A are appointed to sail as fdllows: CITV OF MACON, Captain Kemfton, SATURDAY, August 13, at 9 a. m. CITY OP COLVTMBUS, Captain Fishek, TUESDAY. August 16, at 11:00 A. m. CITY OF A DOUBT A, Captain Nicxkrson, SATURDAY, August 20, at 3:00 r. m. GATE CITY, Captain Daggett, TUESDAY, August 33, at 5:00 p. m. Through bills of iading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the United Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to OIL SORREL, Agent, City Exchange Building. Merchants’ and Miners’ Trans portation Company. FOE BALTIMORE. CABIN PASSAGE sl6 00 BEOOND CABIN 18 SO EXCUBSION 86 00 The steamships of the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company are appointed to sail as follows: GEO. APP OLD, Captain J. F. CLARK, MONDAY, August 15, at 11:00 a. m. SARAGOSSA, Captain L E. HOOPER, BATURDAY, August 30th, at 3:00 p. M. Through bills lading given to all points West, all the manufacturing towns la New England, and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pas senger tickets issued to Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and all points West ami Northwest. JAST B. WEST A 00., Agents. 114 Bay street. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.'S PhiladelphiaSSavannah Line. Leaving Each Fort Every Saturday. FIRST CLASS PASSAGE $lB 00 SfEERAGE PABBAGE 10 OC CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK VIA PHILADELPHIA. 80 00 EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOB THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE) 10 00 Through bills lading given to all points East and West, also to Liverpool by steamers of the American Line, and to Antwerp by steamers of the Red Star Line, sailing regularly from Phila delphia. THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP N JL X O TV, Captain S, W. SNOW, WILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, August 13, 1881. at 10:00 o’clock x. M. For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to WM. HUNTER A SON. Agent*. FOR BOSTON HIHECT. CABIN PASSAGE ...$lB 00 BTEERAGE PASSAGE 10 OO Bostcn and Savannah Steamship Ltifc SAILING FROM EACH PORT EVERY THURBDAY. KZ ! J ID S. 8. SEMINOLE, Capt. Hallett, THURS DAY, August 11, at 8:00 a. M. 8 S. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Capt.FooTE, THURSDAY, August 18, at 2:UO p. m. S. 8. SEMINOLE, Capt. Hallett, THURS DAY, August 25, at 7:80 a. m. 8. 8. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Capt. Foote, THURSDAY, September 1, at 13:00 w. THROUGH bills of lading given to Nevt England manufacturing does. Also, to Liverpool by the Canard, Warren and Leyland lines. The ships of this line connect at their wharf with ail railroads leading out of Boston. RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents. F. W. NICKERSON A 00.. Agents. Boston. Savannah, Florida & Charleston STEAM PACKET LINE. Summer Schedule. CITY POINT, Captain T. CREASEIt, WILL LEAVE FOR Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka And Intermediate Landings on St. John’s River and Charleston, 8. C.,from Deßenne’s Wharves. foot of Abercorn street, as foUows: FROM SAVANNAH FOR I FROM BAVANNAH FOR FLORIDA. | CHARLESTON. Tuesday, August 9, at Friday, August 12, at 11 p. m ■ Connecting at Fernandina with Transit Road for Waldo, Gainesville, Cedar Keys, Tampa and Key West. Close connection made with steamers for Enterprise, Meilonville and Intermediate Land ings on the Upper St. John's, also with steamers for the Ocklawaha 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. ROBERTSON, General Agent. Office on wharf. LEVI J. GAZAN, Q. T. A. SUMMER SCHEDULE. Sea Island Route to Jacksonville AND ALL OTHER POINTS IN FLORIDA. A DELIGHTFUL sail through a strictly in land watercourse, insuring a full night’, rest and good meals at regularhours. Palace Steamer City of Bridgeton Leaves Savannah every TUESDAY, THURS DAY and SATURDAY at 4 p. m., connecting at Fernandina with 8TE&NBOIT 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 Fernandina 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 Do boy, 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, oorner Bull and Bryan streets. J. N. HARRIMAN, Manage*, WM. F. BARRY, Gen. Agent. GUBTAVE LEVE, Q. P. A. For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE Captain A. C. OABANISB, WILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at * o’clock p. m. for Augusta and Way Land ings. Positively no freight ceived or receipted for after 5 o'clock p. m. All freights payable by w XV>CT Manager. £ofla Wxin. EGG NOGG SYRUP! At the Mammoth SODA WATER FOUNTAIN. G.M.HEIDT & CO.,Druggists, 1 Corner Congress and Whitaker streets. _ Savannah, Florida l Western Ry Genebal Manager's Office, i Savannah, August 4th, 1881. f ON and after SUNDAY, August 7,1881, PM aenger Trains on this road will ran ee fol lows: FAST MAIL. Leave Savannah dally, except Sunday 1:30 pm Leave Jesup daily “ “ at 3:40 pm Ixsave Tebeauville daily •' “ at 5:05 pm Arrive at Callahan daily “ “ at 7:41 p m Arrive Jacksonvilledaiiy •• “ at 8:40 pm Leave Jacksonville daily “ “ at 7:35 a m Leave Callahan daily.... • “ at 8:42 a m Arrive Tebeauvllle daily *.' “ at 11:10 am Arrive at Jesup daily..." “at 13:35 j> m Arrive at Savannah daily " “ at 8:00 p m Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick take this train, arriving at Brunswick 6:ooprm. 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. (daily) connect at Jesup with this train for Florida. Passengers from Florida by this train con nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon 7:60 p. m daily (except Sunday). JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 11:00 pm Leave Jesup daily at 3:40 a m Leave Tebeauvllle daily at 4:35 am Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:11 a m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 8:10 a m Arrive at Live Oak daily (except Sun day) at 10:45 a m Leave Live Oak daily (except Sunday) 2:30 p m Leave Jacksonville daily at 6:25 p m Leave Callahan daily at 6:35 pm Arrive Tebeauville dally at 9:lopm 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 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 7:05 a. rn. daily. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, Cedar Keys and Florida Transit Road take this train. Passengers from Savannah for Madison, Monticello, Tallahassee and Quincy take thi* train. Passengers from Quincy, Tallahassee. Monti oe4to ana Madison take this train, meeting slewing care at Tebeauville at 9:10 p. m. ALBANY EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 4:15 pm Leave Jesup daily at 7:05 pm Leave Tebeauville daily at 9:80 p m Leave Dupont daily at 11:45 p m Arrive Thomasville daily at 5:00 am Arrive Bainoridge daily at 8:00 a m Arrive Albany daily at 8:45 a m Leave Albany daily at 4:45 p m Leave Bainbridge daily at 5:15 p m Leave Thomasville daily at 8:45 p m Arrive Dupont daily at 1:45 am Arrive Tebeauville dally at 4:05 am Arrive Jesup daily at 6:35 am Arrive Savannah daily at 9:15 am Sleeping cars run through between Savannah and Albany 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 daily (Son days excepted) for Green Cove Spring, St Au gustine, Palatka, Enterprise, Sanford, and al landings on St. John’s river. Trains on B. & A. B. R. leave junction going west at 11:37 a. m., and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. through tickets sold and Sleeping Car Bertha and Drawing Room Car accommodation se cured at BREN’S Ticket Office, No. 33 Bull street, and at the company’s depot, foot of Liberty street. J. S. TYSON, JAB. L. TAYLOR, Master Trans. Gen. Pass. Agent H. 8. HAINES, General Manager, Central & Southwestern R. R’ds Savannah, Ga., April 36th, 1881. ON and after WEDNESDAY, April 37th, 1881, passenger trains on the Central and South western Railroads and branches will run as follows: READ DOWN. READ DOWN. Mo. 1. From Savannah. Mo. 2. 9:30 a. m. Lv Savannah Lv. 7:30 p. m. 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:30 a. m. 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 a. m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p. m. 2:35 a.m. Ar Columbus Ar. 1:40 p.m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:06 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. m. Ar.. ..Milledgeville.... Ar. 9:41 a. m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. * No. 13, From Augusta. Mo. 16. 9:30 a.m. Lv Augusta Lv. 8:30 p.m. 3:45 p. m. Ar Savannah. ...Ar. 7:15 a. m. 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 a. m. 3:40 a. m. A* 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. lT;30 a. in. Mo. 2. From Macon. No. 4. 7:10 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:35 p. m. 3:45 p. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 7:15 a. m. 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 a. m. 9:44 a. m. Ar... MUletigevUle... .Ar 11:30 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar No. 1. From Macon. 8:45 a. m. Lv Macon 4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany No. 3. From Macon. No. 13. 8:15 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:20 p. m. 1:40 p. m. Ar ■ ■ ..Columbus. Ar. 8:25 p. m. No. 2. From Macon. No 4. 8:00 a. m. Lv Macon Lv. 8:15 p. ra*. 12:50 p. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 3:40 a. m. No. 1. From Atlanta. No. 3. 2:15 p.m. Lv Atlanta Lv. 12:20 night 6:55 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:30 a. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:06 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 3:53 p. ra. 2:25 am. 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. in. 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 8:45 p. m. No. 4. From Columbus. No. 14. 11:50a.m. Lv....Columbus ....Lv. I2:oßnight 5:10 p. m. Ar....,.Macon Ar. 6:45 a. m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 p. in. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4;15 p. ra. 6:06 am. Ar Albany Ar. 8:53 p.m. Ar.. .Milledgeville...Ar. 9:44 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a.m. s:2oam. Ar Augusta ... .Ar. 4:45p.m. 7:15 a. m. Ar.... Savannah Ar. 3:45 p.m. No. 2. From Eufaula. 12:00 noon Lv Eufaula 3:53 p. m. Ar Albany 6:35 p.m. Ar Macon 2:25 a.m. Ar.... Columbus.... 3:40 a m. Ar Atlanta s:2oam. Ar..... Augusta 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah No. 18. From Albany. 12:02noon Lv Albanv.. 4:15 p. m. Ar..... Eufaula 6:35 a. m. Ar Macon 2:25 a. m. Ar. ...Columbus 8:40 a m. Ar Atlanta Ar...MUledgeville Ar Eatonton. 5:20 a m. Ar Augusta 7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah Mo. 17. From Eatonton and MllledyeviUe. 2:15 p. m. Lv Eatonton ~ 3:58 p. m. Lv.. .Milledgeville 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon 2:25 a m. Ar Columbus 6:05 a m. Ar Albany 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta 7:lsam Ar.... Savannah Local Sleeping Care on all night trains be tween Savannah and Augusta, Auguste and Macon, and Savannah and Atlanta Connections. 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 daily (ex cept Sunday) from Albany to Arlington, and dally (except Monday) from Arlington to Al bany. At Bavannah with Bavannah, Florida and Western Railway, at Augusta with all lines to North and East, at Atlanta with Air Line and Kenneeaw Routes to all points North, East and West. Pullman 81eeper from Augusta to Washing ton without chaDge. Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured at SCHREINER’S, 127 Congress street. G. A. W hitr he ad, WILLIAM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt, Gen. Supt., Savannah. J. C. Shaw, W. F. SHELLMaN, Sen. Trav. A gt- Supt P, W. B. B„ Maoon, Ga. Charleston & Savannah Ry. Cos. Savannah, Ga„ August 7, 1881. COMMENCING SUNDAY. August 7th, at 8:35 p. M., and until further notice, trains will arrive and depart as follows: Going North—Trains 47 and 48. Leave Savannah 3:85 p. m., 2:40 a. m Arrive Charleston junc’n 8:35 p. m., 8:23 a m Leave Charleston 8:30 p.m., 8-00 a m Leave Florence 1:55 a. m., 1.-65 y m Leave Wilmington 6:40 a. m., 6-86 y Arrive Weldon 18:50 pm, 1-26 aI m Arrive Petersburg 3:45 p. m., 4:15 am‘ Arrive Richmond 4:45 p. m., s*lo a m.' Arrive Washington 9:30 p. m., 9:10 a! u Arrive Baltimore 11:25 p. m., 10:60 a! m.’ Arrive Philadelphia 3:30 a. m., 1:26 p. m. Arrive New York 6:45 a. m., 8:50 p. m. Passengers by above schedule maze close connections for the North and East, via all rail Bay Line tnd 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 will not be open Jot that train. Excursion tickets (o New York and to return till October 3)st at thirty six dollars. Tickets on sale on Saturday evening to Charleston, good to return on Monday morning, at two dollars. Coming South. Leave Charleston 7:10 A. n., 3:80 p. m. Arrive Savannah 12:50 p. m., 9:30 p. m. Augusta and Port Royal Leave Bavannah 3-35 p m Arrive Port Royal 8-05 r M. Arrive Auguste .10:30 p.' m. Leave Augusta A. 1:50 p. m. Leave Port Royal 4:iPp u. Arrive Savannah . 9 : 30 y, m! Arrive Charleston 9-30 y. n. Tickets on sale on Saturday evening to Au gusta and Port Royal, good to return on Mon day, at one first-class fare for round trip. For Tickets, Sleeping Car accommodation and further Information apply to Wm. Bren, 22 Bull street, and at Ticket Office 8., F. & W. R’y Depot. C. 8. GADSDEN, Supt S. O. Boylbton G. P. a. CHARLES 0. LAMOTTEV Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WILL practice In the Courts of this State ana of the United States. Will also give prompt attention to Notarial business. Office, Boom No. 10 Commercial Building, over Poet office.