Newspaper Page Text
£he|(Wormug §tars. NO. 3 WHITAKER STREET, VonyTNG NFW? BIUDgSt i. H. h'llLL. proprietor. 4. f. TiIOTIPM**. Editor. SATI'RI>4T MTIEJBKR 3, I**s The Close of the Cvnnnrrclal Tear As usual at the cioae of tbe commercial year, we publlth this mcroing the annual rerirw containing carefully prepared atafe mecte, wtth reliable statistics of the busi ness of Savannah during the year. This exhibit is entirely satisfactory, at show ing the growth and prosperity of the city, and a* demonstrating the fact that Savan —a3 u in the erjiyment of a diyersified and lucrative trade and industry, which Is established on a firm basis. The cotton re ceipts for the year were 880,472 bales upland and 13 S3 bales sea island against 755.091 bales upland and 11,654 biles sea the preceding year, and the expec tation*, well founded, are that the year we have jxst entered upon will show a far greater increase. Savannah can there fore justly claim to be the first cotton port on the 3ou*h Atlantic coast. The ou'look is very enooursgirg, anl the complete reaL'zrtloa of the predic tions of a year of even greater prosperity mav be confidently antici pated. We have been blessed with good health throughout the summer, and wiih the exception of the recent terri ble storm, oar community has been spared any serious .tlVction. New enterprises have been inaugurated and carried into suc cessful operation, genera! trade hes tnrived, and the reviews of the various branches show a marked and gratifying increase in each. We commend these facts to the conside ration of our readers and the general pub lic, and extend our congratulations to our merchants and business men upon the very creditable and satisfactory exhibit of the city’s commerce and trade. We would euggest as a good idea that as this review will convey loth* people abroad an intelligent idea of the commercial po sition and importance of Savannah, that our merchants send copies of this piper or the Letter Sheet, which will also contain tbe review, to all tfcsir friends. There are 21,C00 school teachers in lowa. The average monthly competition of the girls is i-6, will; the men get an averse Of *3l. The St. .VVW for September is rich in engravings, as usual—all being origins l , by American artists, and most of them of a superior character. Small coaches for four persons have been put on the streets of Boston by anew com pany. The fere to any point within the city limits is twenty-five cents per passen ger. . Mayor appointment of four colored policemen has been tbe cause of a gret deal of treub’e In the “City of Brotherly Love, and on Monday, amotg other things, provoked a small riot almost under the windows cf His Honor’s office. Ev-n the potato bue Is of seme use. Frutk-io Russell, of Norwood, Me®*., finds that the bugs will color sheepskins a beau tiful Vermillion. Possibly it will yet pay to raise pota'oes as food for the tugs—as mulberry trees are raised to feed silk worms. The will of the late ex Congressman John O. WhUehouse, of Poughkeepsie, N. ¥., is a model of brevity, ar and one which it will be hard to pick a flaw ia. In a brief document of one hundred words he leaves his entire preperty, real and personal, valued at over $3,000,000, to h!s wife and daughter, and appoints them bis executors. wne VT-rjj r - ulutn A lrjeaie cel fcbra- fiftieth tlr bdiy of Mrs. Hayes, who is President of the Methodist Woman's Home Missionary 3ociety, by publishing a number, all the articles of which bat one, were written by women, and of which the superintendence, type setting, making ready the forms, folding and mailing was done by women. Robert R. Campbell, son in law of Colo nel Mushy, and ReacjusUr candida f e for the legislature from Fauquier, and James C Scott, son of Mijrr John Scott, Com monwealth’s Attorney of the same county, fought a duel on the 29 .h near Fauquier, While Sulphur, Va. The difficulty grew cat of a political discussion. Scott was shot through the left hand. The statement has frequently been made by surgeons of the highest standing that if President Garfis’d survived for s'ry days after the kAlct-ion of h's wound his recov ery might be regarded as certain. Bix‘y days have now elapsed since that esd second of Ju'y, and the President’s condition ap pears to warrant the belief that he Is gradu ally getting out of danger. District Attorney Corkblll received a let ter from Guiteau Tuesday night, ia which the assassin expresses uneasiness at his et’uatioa. He says that the warden la friendly, but that the warden ha® confidence in the guards, and he (Guiteau) has not. Sjyahe: “While the President Is in this precarious condition I have confidence in no cue. I look to you to see that I am securely protected." Another evidence of tba growth of tbe foreign trace of this coua'ry ia given in tbe inauguration of a steamship line between New York and Bordeaux, France, the pioneer of tbe line being now in New York. The vessels ofj the new line are appropriately named after the fine wines of the Bordeaux district. It is expected that wine .11 make the bulk of their outward cargoes, and grain and provis oes will be their return freight. Guiteau, tie aaeartdn, is shamming crazy. On Tuesday he had sn interview with Mr. Bayley, an Assistant District Attorney. He appear-d to be in excellent sj ill’s, and in clined to jik, end, having spruced himself . up, he rema ked that be wou and like to get married, and wondered whether there were any lal'ei who would accept his addresses. Mr. Bayley asked what kind of girl be weald like to have, atd Guiteau answered that the lady must be a Christian lady of wealth and of a first c'aes family. The Wii ilt Extksdxd Heat and DaocuaT.—From all parti of the United States come reports of excossiva heat and drought At Lansing, Mich., the thermome ter the other day was at 102 degrees in the shade. At Gibson, 1:1 , the weather is de scribed as “frightful,'’ since to rain has fallen sinee June, and fall plowing is im possible. Pittsburg, Pa., his been wlhout rain for eighteen days; >he thermometer Is st ?; degrees, and “everything is drying up." Greenwich, Conn., laments the parched grass, hard earth and clouds of dust Long Branch, N. J., bas nothirg to complain of yet, but Louisville, Ky., Greenbrier county, W. Va., and AbbevUle, 8. C., concur in re porting the heat as unendurable, and the long continued want of rain as raincusto the crops not vet harvested, as well as to those tor which the farmer would like to begin to mike preparation. It is plea-ant to know, however, that there are now indi cations of a bre*k up of the drought inland. The Lat. Storm—TTas It ‘ A Great Stor*.” “A Hurricane.’’ or “A Violent Hurricane!” The storms of the present century, memo rable In this locality for their violence and destructiveness, occurred in the years 1804, ISM, 1554 and 1551, at intervals averaging about twenty-five years, or the fourth of a century. Of these, tbe storm of 1804 was banded dawn through three generations as the “great hurricane.” Among tbe negroes, j as indeed also among many of tbe whites, it was the datum of reference for events, as was the building of the city among the Ro mans. There can be little doubt, that until the storm of 1881, the “great hurricane’’ was supreme in its tradition of high waters, velcci-y of wind, devastation of property, and loss of life. Ia ths absence of positive data as to the three first mentioned storms, it is probable that the storm tide of ISSI was at least equal in character and effect to that of 1804. OI the latter, as also of the storm of 18*24, there is no record of the height of the tide or of tbe velocity of the wind. Th; posi tive record of tbe storm of 1854 Is confined to the height of the tide, which has been fixed by the level water of Maj. James 8. Williams, Civil Engineer, at eleven and i one half feet above lowest water point. ] The velocity of the wind was not ascer tained by instrumental observation: tut, from personal recollection, it wa3 less ia 1854 than ia 1881, and its damage less in the city, and, with the exception of toe rice fields, less also in the country. Whatever may have been the difference in the htlgh*s of the tides in those storms may be determined by the level, but, assuming them to be the same, the duration of the storm of 1854 was much longer, as it blew persistently from the northeast from the forenoon of Thurs day, the 7th, until the afternoon of the Bth, a period of about eighteen hours: but in the storm of 1881 the wind appeared to break cu*. west of north in the afternoon of the 27th of August, blowing with increasing violence at Sp. m., when it shifted to the northeast, still blowing with terrific force. Between 8 and 10 o’clock tbe aneroid fell very rapidly to probably the lowed point on record here, rising as rapidly about 11 o'clock. Bat the wind from tUe northeast and eas‘, which drives up the destructive tides, continued but a brief time, not ex ceeding three hours. This shows that the velocity of the wind was much greater ca the 27 h of August last than on the 7th and S:h of September, 1854, but it is doubtless true that the cceaa water had been previ ously heaped against the coast, and was as sisted to a sudden rush up the river by the intense violence of the wind, where it blew, although but a brief time, from the north east and east. The greatest velocity of the wind for the storm of the 27*.h of August last was sixty miles per hour, but the wind registers were s'opped at 8:45 p. m. by the destruc tion of the instrument. It was estimated that the subsequent velocity was from sev enty to eighty miles per hour. With veloci ty of sixty miles per hour, wind trav< Is at the rate of 88 02 feet per second, and with a force of 17.7 pounds per square foot. This would be the record of a “great s‘orm,” but if the velocity of the wind is eighty miles p t r hour, traveling at the rate of 117.36 feat per second, the force would be 31 4 pounds per square foot. This last would be a “hurricane." But fullowlne up still further the scientific gra dients of storms, a “violent hurricane, which wrenches and tears up trees, forces dwellings and minor buildtngs from their founditlons and drives them before it, would travel 100 miles per hour, 146 7 feet per second, and exert a fcrce of 40 2 pounds per square foot." The evidences of the recent storm seem to describe a violent hurr‘c’*"< -‘•■cording to the fcrce and of winds, tabulated by Sm''"— lhe £*‘ n?ral wreck in the city -id country—trees wrenched off and up torn, dwellings aDd minor buildings forced from their foundations ana driven before the wind—define a violent hurricane. If the force of such a storm is calculated as exerted agaits* a building only thirty feet wide by twenty feet high, it will be found equ'vaient to a pressure cf nearly fifteen short tons. Such a pressure, applied even with the scdlen Impact of the air, elastic and tenuous as it is, would demolish any building in tba city of Savannah. Southern Georgia ia the Atlanta Colton Exposition. The Savannah, Florida and Western Rail wsy Compare having, through its enter prising General Manager, Col. H. 8. Haines, secured ample space la the AtU nta Cotton Exposition for exhibition of the products of Southwest* Georgia, has gone to wjik with commendable zeal to make that exhibition creditable to the great sec Uon it is to represent. With this view, and for the more rapid and effident execution of the design, Cos!. Haines, by telegraphic communication with the editors of the local press, anl other prominent citizens along the line of his road, requested a conference on the subject with them in this city. This request was promptly responded to, and we had the pleasure of seeirg a number of the press and other represen'a tives of that sec ion in the city yesterday, who proceeded to the office of Cos!. Haines, organized, and adopted the reso!u‘ions we present in another c dura a. Outside of the regular order of business, for the informs*ion of the gentlemen pres ent and the people interested along the line of the road and its branches, Colonel Haines made a gratifying statement of the condition and future prospects of the Savannah, Florida ani Western Riilway, assuring them of great and important extensions and connections in the near fn ure. The road from Live Oik to Clear Water Harbor, two hundred anl eighty miles, now being rapidly located, and the westward extension from Bainbridge to connect with the great South ern Pacific through New Orleans, Mobile and Pensacola, are to bq pushed with all the capital of the company and the well known energy of Colonel Haines. He is cocfi lent that the western extension across the Chattahoccbee will be finished up within the next six months, the surveyors and graders to enter upon the work in a very few weeks. Colonel H lines expresses great confidence ia the ability of ike company to complete the extensions named and supply the missing links between Savannah and Mobile and Clear Water Harbor within tie space cf two years. A cot fl ct has arisen between District Attorney Corkhili and the police authori ties in regard to the possession of the pistol with which Guiteau shot, the P.esident. On the i!sy of the shoo ing Col. Corkhili took the pistol and bas since kept it. Tbe Dis trict Commissioners hsve sent a ccmmuDi cation to Cel. Corkhili requesti g bra to turn the pistol over to the police property cierk, who, under the law, lathe only one entitled to have possession of it till the trial takes place. They say that if he does not turn the pistol over as asked, they will bare recourse to the courts to compel him. Tux Dax or Elxctio.x —Tae elections in Virginia and in all other States whese laws require the fame to take place on “the Tues day next succeeding the first Monday In No vemtet” will be held this year on the sec ni Tuesday in November. List year these elections were held on tbe second day of November—tie earliest day upon wh'cb they can be held. This year they will bs held upon the eighth day o! November—the latest day upon which they esn te held. THE MORNING NEWS: SAVANNAH, SATURDAY', SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. -= DANIEL R. KENNEDY. CHAS. 8. BLUN. KENNEDY & BLDN, Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IN HEAVY GROCERIES, HAY. GRAIN, ETC., 174 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. J advances made on COTTON and all COUNTRY PRODUCE. BAGGING and TIES at lowest prices. Special attention given to all orders. D. H. BALDWIN. JOSEPH HULL. GEO. J. BALDWIN. BALDWIN & COS!PA.\Y, DEALERS DC Fertilizers, Bagging, Ties —AND— Commission Merchants, 1? WILLIAM STREET, N. Y. 116 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga, AGENTS FOR THE IMPROVED LIGHT DRAFT Gullet ‘‘Magnolia” Gin. —ALSO The Hull “Sea Island” Cotton Gin, VPFRMANENT and successful improve ment upon ail other Pea Island Gins, mak ing as good if not better lint, and at the same time doing twice the work. PERRY I. MM, (Member of the New York and Savannah Cotton Exchanges) Commission Merchant AND MANUFACTURER OF FERTILIZERS ! 57 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. | 104 BAY STRfcEr, SAVANNAH, GA. C CONSIGNMENTS AND BUSINESS SO- J LICIT ED Orders executed for purchase and sale cf Cotton Futures for either New York or New Orleans delivery. New Orleans correspondents, Messrs. LEWIS A WILLIAMS JAS. W. SCHLEY & CO., 172 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH GA, General Comm’n Merchants. OFFER: 1 Q AAA BUSHELS Choice WHITE CORN. lOjt'UU 260 bales Prime Timothy HAY. •’JOO bales Prime Western HAY. 8,000 bushels CORN. 4.000 bushels OATS. 40,000 pounds WHEAT 3RAN. 12,000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES 80,000 pounds SMOKED SIDES. A =so, MEAL. GRITS. FLOUR. CRACKED roßv.i rv>RN pwa. 1.1). LaKOCHE’S SONS, AUCTION —AND— Commission Merchants, toS BAY STREET, OFFER FOR SALE LOW: 1 AA B r L 8 ROSENDALE CEMENT, 55 tons 11MJ BIRD GUANO, from the Bahama cars HAY.CORN, POTATOES, etc .from every steamer. Consignments of all kinds of Pro duce so’icited. E. T. ROBERTS, Naval Stores Factor AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. ADVANCE? MADE ON CONSIGNMENT. 86 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH. - - GEORGIA. Ha bold R. Lewis : Frank 8. I.iwis, [ Special Partner’. Philade’phia, j C. LUCIAN JONES, Commission Merchant AND DEALER 19 NAVAL J3TORE3. DISTILLERS’ SUPPLIES FURNISHED AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Coneijnnieati of Rosin and Spirits of Turpen tin- solicited, 114 Hay St., - Savannah, Ca. P. O. BOX 104. J. S. WOOD, J!i. CHAS. S. WOOD J. S. WOOD & BRO., FAROES and CO mm mCUIR, No. 74 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, - - GEORGIA. Cash advances made ou conai o nmentt. gilder GINGER ALE. Put up by ROSS, of Bel’ast. Ireland. The best imported, at $1 50 ForDozon For sale by A. M. A C. W. WEST. (fotton Vo nil Zbstrourr. Caterpillar, Caleif!ar! THE TEXAS COTTON WORM DESTROYER, A sure remedy for the Caterpillar r n Cotto or Rice. Easily applied and per fectly safe to use. X). B. HULL, fayannah,: Agent tor Georgia. gratlifri atd ganflii. I ■TH MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF Niii|i Bread, CRACKERS, -AND— CANDY. A LARGE SUPPLY OF IF” L OUR ALWAYS ON HAND. 73,731*2 and 75 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, CA. £hh and sll tero. FISH AND OYSTERS, JJEALEr.S AND FAMILIES LOOK TO TOUB internet, as we are Fishermen, anl can supply you with fresh FISH AND OYSTERS, . at the very lowest market price. Soliciting a share of your paticiage. we are Yours, respectfully, J. LANGE 4 CO., SAVANNAH, GV. GEORGE A. “HUDSON, DEALE fl IN FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON. OYSTERS. WEN AND SHELL. CRABS AND SHRIMP. | RICE BIRDS. TERRAPIN, TURTLES, SHAD, ic. 171 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. *s* Special inducements offered to the trade. Jilt* and HEXTER & WANNBACHER, WHOLESALE HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS 131 Broughton St., SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. S. HEXTER, G. WANNBACHER. ■ in i timber and dumber sum, YELLOW nmium SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. ————— ii 11 TONICS. TY7YETH'9 Elixir Cali aay a. Iron and Strych * ' ni % Hege man's Elixir Oalwjya and Iron, Hubbei's Elixir Calbwya and Iron, Wheeler’s Compound Elixir of Phosphate* ami Calisaya, Caswell's Beef, Wine and Iron. Wyeth's Beef, Wine and Iron, and other Tonics, at STRONG’S DRUG STORE, Cor. Bull and Perry street Une. fcrorkern. OSEIF, DIRECT IMPORTER. CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASSWARE, Cutlery, Tinware, KEROSENE LAMPS, Silver-Plated Spoons & Forks, CASTORS. ETC. KEROSENE STOVES, 'THE VERY BEST i ti:i> o oil. Harper’s Patent Fly Traps —AN D Fowlar’slipveflFlyFaiis AND OTHER House Furnishing Floods IN ENDLESS VARIETY. I. H. BOLSHAff, 152 ST. JULIAN AND 149 BRYAN STREETS, SAVANNAH. GA. FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS, TEA SETS, TOILET SETS, . , And the most C3m;ilete stock of Crocliery In tin city. ALSO, A full Une at ill!! BIBS SHIS! My Wholesale Stock is complete in every re spect, and I am prepared to offer special induce ments at both WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. G. W. ALLEN, 165 BROUGHTON 8T . SAVANNAH, GA. Stationery. SATCHEL BOTTOM MANILLA PAPEE Mi A LARGE STOCK OF WHITE TEA -AND- Manilla Papers, Ink, TWINES, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND. QDANTOCK & POORNELLE BOOKSELLERS, Stationers & Fancy Goods, 132 BROrOHTON STREET, Savannc la. Ga, Bis iii sraim. THE TRAVELING PUBLIC Will find ray store headquarters for Books and Stationery, NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS A full line of tbe Cheap and Popular SEASIDE AND Franklin Square Libraries Always on hand, and everything else usually found in a first-class Book Store. E. M. CONNOR, 23,‘J Bull and I2S Broughton Sts , SAVANNAH. GA. Wtars and Ciquors. A FAIR BaUOT AND AN HONEST COUNT. MOHAWK RYE —SSD Jesse Moore’s Bourbon COME OUT AHEAD. AND EVERY COUNTY HEARD FROM. 3-J PER GALLON, and only sold by X>. B. LESTER, GROCER, 81 WHITAKER STREET. FA KM OK IST MIL LS And Corn gliellers. OVER £5,000 cow iu use. '''v Every machine is fully warranted. - Price of Mills, Atlrn sls toShellers, $Y Don't - bay a Mill or Shelter until \fiWy fou have seen our terms and > uil'flft l lust rated Circular. Ad- [I ! vl>A dress, with stamp. LIVING- _ JUI aV. STOS A CO.. Iron Founders, '*=*f#BuLsrifc?s' Pittsbarg, Pa. &\ms t fiardiratt. £tf. Cormack Hopkins, 107 BROUGHTON STREET, DEALER IS STOVES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY. Contractor for Tin Roofing and Cornice Work. Sole Agent for the unrivalled —— _. _ FamerGirl & SonthinHoie JSSB^ Cooking Stoves, all modern improvements. Their popularity is attested by the largs increased sale In Georgia and Fieri3a. Send for fl ustrations Sr *'**" O OR MACK IIOPKIA S. Savannali, Ga. feeiTmThull; 87 BAY STREET, Wlotele Grocer aM Dealer in Prorlsioas anfl Rice, AGENT FOR THE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY. I Guarantee all Weights and Everything as Represented. ■ " -L 1 itafcimj i*oirclers. g eo.t7hecker & CO ISO BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. Hecker's Superlative Flour. HECKER’S PERFECT BAKING POWDER. Hecker’s Self-Raising Flour. ffiotfla, MARSHALL “HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. JOHN SXLESN'ja.KT, MAN AGrHR, ONE of the best and most satisfactory features of the MARSHALL HOUSE is Ps eomforta ble rooms and the uniform excellence of its table at all seasons of the year We append | endorsements from high authority: “Having stopped at the Marshall House while in Savannah, we most cheerfully endorse it to ladies and families as being strictly a first-class house in all of its appointments, and un rivalled in the excellence of its table. H i^, L SHL l Z^ c i! e V lor .. of Geor P ia - W D. BLOXH AM. Governor of Florida. Hon. T. BL NORWOOD, Ex U. 8. Senator from Gar GEO. F. DREW, ex Governor of Florida. “Hon. GEO. R. BLACK, Member House of Representatives from Georgia.*’ SUMMER RITES $2 00 AND $2 50 PER DAY. &rotntts and ?rorisicßs>. Groceries 4 Liprs POTATOES. APPLES. CABBAGES TGRNIPB. Polo soap. £S§vfen tomatoes. Blue Mottled SOAP. CANNED-CHICKEN. Kingsford’* STARCH. CANNED TURKEY SPANISH OLIVES. Canned CORNED BEEF G & D. PRESERVES. Canned ROAST BEEF. FRENCH MUSTARD. Cvnoed SALMON. Lea 4 Perrinß' Sauces. Canned LOBSTERS. Pure Fruit SYRUPS Canned MOTTON. Koval Baking Powder. Canned MACKEREL. TOMATO CAT? UP. Canned PIE FRUIT. SARDINES. Canned APPLES. Baker's CHOCOLATE Canned CORN. EPPS’ COCOA. Canned PEACHES. Deasicated Cocoanut. MACARONI. SALAD DRESSING. VERMACELLI. MANIOCA. PEARL TAPIOCA. Pearl Barley, Gelatine. PIPER HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE. CANTRFLL & COCHRAN'S GINGER ALE. DUFF GORDON BHERRY. Bats' PALE ALE. Guinness’ STOUT. Walter s bakfr whiskey. CABINET WHISKEY. B. D. 4 CO. BRANDY. MEDOC CLARET. IRISH WHISKEY. BOTTLED LIQUORS. FOR SALE BY Jas. HcLfratb 4 Go., NO. 17 WHITAKER BTBEET. PEAR 61 ! JUST arrived, 55 barrels good eating PEARS. SMOKED SALMON. SMOKED MACKEREL. NEUFCHATEL CHEESE. NEW DUTCH HERRING 3. Will arrive by to-day's steamer, at NICHOLAS LANG & BliO.’S, Choice Family Groceries YITE take pleasure in informing the patrons f v of the late firm of C. M. &H. W. TLton. and the public in general, that we have lease-3 toe store, No. 31 Whitaker street, formerly oc cupied by Messrs. C. M. 4 H. W. Tilton, and have stocked the same with a fresh supply of choice family groceries, fine WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS. TOBACCO, etc , which we are now offering at as low figures as any house in the city. Goods delivered free of charge, and prompt attention given to all or ders. Soliciting a share of jour pitronage, we remain, j ours truly. TILTON 4 STANTON. Savannah, September 1,1881. 2,500 BI’SHELS I.EJHINK Mexican Rust Proof Oats. lAA BUBHELS SEED RYE. s,foobushels MIXED CORN. 5.000 bushels WHITE CORN. 5,000 bushels OATB. 50 sacks BLACK EYE PEAS. 50 sacks VIRGINIA PEANUTB. JO sacks TENNESSEE PEANUTS. 500 bales NORTHERN HAT. 500 bales EASTERN and WESTERN HAY. 40,000 pounds BRAN. CORN EYES, GRITS. MEAL. etc. POTATOES. APPLES, ONIONS, TURNIPS and CABBAGE. For sale low by T. BOND, 151 X, 158 AND 155 BAY STREET. NOTICE, TT'OR all lumber found in the river branded r ss follows: No. 400 B, No. 70* B No tST R No. 400 J. J. McDonough, No. 667 J. J Mc&oa ctigh, No. 706 J J. McDonough, No. 478 W; tl*\ all lumber marked diamond D,. H. 8. 1., G B Hagt, de’ivered alongside of S.. F. A " R'v wh.v f. opposite Tracks Nos. 5 and 7.1 v.U jv<t per 1,000 feet. R. R BXPPARD £ottoa factors. ♦* t 1 •****<-** VtHHUHtH ■*** S **£-** *•*•**■* *-.***■ JOBS FLANKERT. JOHN L. JOHNSON. JOHN FLANNERY & CO. Cotton Factors, —iyj>— Commission Merchants, KELLY’S BLOCK, BAY STREET, Savannali, G-a. Bagging and iron ties for sale at CURRENT MARKET RATES. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON. T. W. ESTES. A. C. McALPIN. ESTES & McALPIN, Cotton Factors —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 108 BAY STREET, , SAVANNAH, - - - GEORGIA. CHAS. F. STUBBS & CO., (Successors to Groover, Stubbs A Cos.) COTTON FACTORS -YND- Connnission Merchants, No. 94 Bay Street, Savannah. 6a CHAS. F STUBBS. JOHN K. 64.RNETT. A. A. WINN. THQ6, F. STUBBS. JAMES H. JOILYSTOX, COTTON FACTOR, No. 92 BAY STREET. Savannah, - - Ga. F. M. FARLEY, Cotton Factor, 94 BAY STREET, P. O. Bex 232. SAVANNAH, GA. iirT RICE! -AND - NAVAL STORES W. D. WAPLEB, SAVANNAH, CHARLESTON, NEW ORLEANS. MAIN OFFICE HAT ANN AH. GA. W. Gh MORRELL. RICE, lit Bay St.. * tia. MtTCA, M T*' Kewkm V. W. OOKIOS 1 CO Wmbm. W* HI StfcS A SON., V* f *kv HENRY HI'LL A tV .*•% 001 C Waatrfl, writes a fair hand: underfunds and D not afraid of “rk? snobject &3 permanent employment- ‘-l Uc . refr-repees. Address R.B- x 0 R o“’ g)od WANTED, a situation as nurse to two children. by .middb . 1 0f woman, who will also rerdr nWwST and in scrubbing and cleat ioe if reoub*l , 67 Jones sneer. K required. Inquiry YirANTED,• woman twhite preferreTT > coot, wash and iron for a Email f, to Apply at 41 Chariton street. W AN -fP. ‘“mediately, competes frZZ street. SerTant > South Bmai ~IY "ANTED deek room on the north aid,- 77 ’ V Bay street. neighborhood of w-vf market; slate terms to BAS, News ofll 7' J WANTED, • position as watchman 1 7T7T . apectahle white man of sober and kvV-L b-biU. Best of refer, ntes given ifre,^ as*^ar *■' j ■■- sat to or addrewi CHISHOLM 4 l-RWIN ouV-j./ tera Bank building. References required AVANTED TO RENT, a house; locatioa~> J; tween Habersham and Jefferson r-.ru of TANARUS,. Ur rtreet; moderate sire dwelUng ferred Address JOHN W. TYNa)? WANTED, 2 or 3 respectable white vv learn the moulding trade PBTFNtv IRON WORKS, corner UToughtin anVlif cioipb atreeta. * w ' WANTED, a medium eize house l V> O. M this office. - e " VET ANTED, a white girl to do house v v A pp!y at No. 14 Abercorn street, c -ne- St. Julian. e ‘ TIN ROOFERS WANTED —Wanted, tin roofer*, to whom the best wage. , a paio. Apply immediat-ly to OORMACK HOPKINS 7 Broughton street. Savannah. W' ANTED, PHn -r. and Organs to n r- a 3 ' '' repair. Kae -eanoc-.Me Second' • , fnatrument*. T. B. TURNER, 134 btau-.- ... between Bnll and Whitaker sts. £or Smt. RENT, a desirable residence. i:a-7ib7 r furniabed at Mr. C ‘gomery. ten nuies r this city, at the terminus of the Savarr,? akidaweyand Seab-mrd R ilroad faSS£i Ul - Aw ' T 10 LT ' t;rv FOB KENT, counting rooms,on 5een77777 estate of Pair, ford'a tuiwir.g.77uth7£ corner Bay and Lincoln streets. office of J P, RIPLEY. 118 Bay street ROOMS FOR RENT, furnished oTTTfUT. nished: with or without bVarf r“7.' Jniiar* street. ” • TO RENT, from in October, store 18) Ct. reC * BUy TJ RENT, furnished rooms, with use of bath. Apply northeast coixcrfirvan and iber. corn s‘ reels. C'OR RENT, that desirable lar;.- frara* P house, Situated southwest corner Congress and Aberccrn streeu: eireo C(7n Nerlst. Apply to H. J. FIAH, Exerutor, it* Bay street, gorjfalr. P ’S SALE, a Ijt of HOG and CHICKEN FEED cheap, a: ENTERPRISE MILLS, . SACBSY A HARMON. IS SALE.—By order < f the Board of Diree t rs. the boats of the Harlem and Ntw York Navigation Company are offered f< rsale rz: SYLVAN DELL. SYLVAN STREAM aad SI LVaN GHON'E. These boats are in perfect order, and are known for their sped as wellaa their tea Qualities. They will b- stld on the most liberal terms to close uo the Company f Sealed proposals will be received. end must he ’ I cirec'.ed to JOHN LOWRY, Vice Prey of the Ortnj>eny. Jp*Oß SALE—OAK, PINE and UGHTWCOD at wholesale, deliverable by L'ghter'* in F.ivtr.- nth, Ga JOHN T. ALSOP, Hardeeviile. 8 C. ONION SETS, just arrived at WAGNEP.B SEED SrOuH. A superior article for pickling. I^O P. SALE. —3O Lots for sale on Cana and Reppard streets netrDrajton. For terns apply to R- B. REPP ARP. No. 70 But ftr-et. pOR SALE, 1 26-PLANER rad HATCHER, Richa-dson Merriman 4 Cos. make Planes 26 wide 5 thick, and matches IfixtVy thick A splendid machine at a great bargain. Cost ne-w gl.aOO, arni A, prwetfcatij os guou as tew. Full description, price and any further par- I ticuiars giyen upon application. Address Lock Box 1,0:6, j Fitchburg. Mass. jpOR SALE.—SJO.9OO CYPRESS SHINGLES, CYPRESS LUMBER. ASH FLOORING and WAINSCOTTING. OaE and HICKORY LUMBER. D. C. BACON £ CO BOARDS, suitable for feoc.nj. For sale cheap by BACON 4 BROOKS TXiR SALE, steamboat boiler end eogin*. P inch bore and 32 inch stroke, statu p*d: all in good order. Also, one engine 14x13. ail complete. JOHN ¥. ROBERTSON. Ajrrc-, Savannah. Ga. Cost. LOST somewhere in the vicinity of Tricitv Church and Jefferson street, one Ten T oj lar Greenback bilL The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at this office. a C. CAMERON. (go ofls. KHisi The g*eate*t variety In the city from 25c. np in Gingham, lawn Cambnc and Nainsook, with Insertion, Cord and Puff. CROCHETED SACKS At 59 and 75 cent?. HATS. HATS. HATS. HATS. NONE CHEAPER IN THE CITY. OEXTER S KNITTING COTTON la afi eaters. STAMPING TO OKDEK. HATS. HAT**, HATS. MRS. K. POWER, lt> BROUGHTON FT . SAVANNAH. Ok iurnishiag ftcodL LaFAR. HATTER. AND DIALER LX Men’s Fine Goods, U now prsparinf so alter and enlarge his atore. Bnl atreat. and wifi open abcut B<feaiber .sth THE FTNEST STOCK OF CENTS’ HATS! Fv-nr tk'tt 1m Savannah, comprising the NOVEI TIfS IS ENGLISH AND BENCH GOODS, ka .! a fine line cf Children's Fancy Hats & Caps, si. e* the usual complete line of GENTS' NECKWEAR in BC.YRFB and TIES and COLLARS, of which he makes a Specialty Thanking his friends for past kindness and patronage, he solicits a continuance of tee same. LaFAR, 23 BULL STREET, Agent for Devlin & Cos., New York.