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TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 6, 1881. Commercial. BAUKKT. OFFICE or THE MORNING NEWS, I tUvajrsxH, September 5.1881, 4 e.M. f Oottox.— There was a fair demand for this staple. At 1 p. m. middling fair, pood mid dling. middling and low middling declined !4'. the market closing quiet and easy. Bales 693 bales. We quote: •Middling Fair Good Middling Low Middling Good Ordinary J7S Ordinary ‘44 4'oniparatl ve Cotton Statement. Receipt*, Export *, and Stock on hand September 5, 1881, and for the same time last year. 1881 SJ 1880-81. Sen Sea ItUttul. Upland, island. Upload. 4lock on hand Bepl. 1..... 865 11588 59 Ifl.jtH Received today .... 6,(168| .... 8, 831 Received previously 1 9.1041 .... 7.508 Total ”• 89,750 50 20,7118 ! Exported tn-day . ...i 5.281 .... 2.058 ; K* ported previously...... .... 2.157 .... 3,781 Total ” ..T. 7,378 ~~ 7777 5.784 dtock on hnnd and or* ship board September 5. ... B‘fl 19,372 591 14,944 Naval. Storks.—There was not much done in rosin to-day. the offering stock being very light; 400 barrels of G were sold at 82 12)4, and 150 barrels ef window gl-ss at 84 1844. the mar ket closing firm. The demand for spirit* tur pentine waa good; 37 casks of oils were sold at 3814 c. and 285 casks of regulars at 39c., at which figure the market clo.ed firm. The receipts for the day were 891 bbls. rosin and 315 casks spirits turpentine. We quote: Rosins—D 81 80, E *2 00, F 82 06. G |2 12*4- HB2 1% I 82 60 K 82 8714. M 83 12)4. S 83 37)4. window glass |4 12)4. Hpirtts turpentine--Oils and whisky* 48)4c., regulars 49)4a t waMCiau —Sterling Kxehange—S'xty day b'lls. with bills lading attached. 84 7b©4 76)4; French, 83 29)43.5 30; Reichsmark, 934; ew Yore sight excitative ourmg at % ;wr cent, discount and aeiling at 14 per cent, discount. Money market very tight. Htocks alto Bonus. City Bond*. Market qui t on account of the stringency of money. Atlaniao percent., 102 bid, 103 tsLed; augusta 7 pei cent., 109 bid. 112 asked. Au gusta 6 per cent.. 107 bid. I*S asked. Colum bus 7 per cent., 84 bid. 85 asked. Macon 7 per sent.. 96 Wd. 97 asked. New Savannah 5 per tent. 87)j bid. 88 asked, ex-coupon Raiiroeia atocJte. —The stock market is quiet. Cen ral Rrf T *ad 2-‘)4 lid. 123)4 asked Au gusta A Bavgi nnh 7 per cent, guaranteed. 123 hid. 123)4 aske-l. ieorjis common, 1(9 bid. 170 asked. South cieteru 7 w cent Guaranteed. 128 bid. 183 ts ' Memphis and Charleston 77 bid, SO asked. Central Railroad 6 per cent, cer tificates In L, 99 bid, 100 asked. Railroad Bona*. Market quiet. Atlan tic A Gulf Ist mortgage consolidated 7 ■er cent., coupons January and July, matu rity 1897. 112 bid. 11l asked. Atlantic A Gulf • •domed city of Savannah 7 per cent., cou pons Jan. and July, maturity 1879. 75 bid. 77 asked. Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1893, 120 bid. 121 asked. Georgia 6 per cent., cou-ions Jan. and July, maturity, ;37)4 bid. 119 nsked. Mobile A Girard 2d mort gage endorsed 3 percent., coupons Jan. and July, maturity 1689, 118)4 bid. 119)4 asked. Montgomery and Eu'aula Ist mort gage 6 per cent., end. by Central Railroad, 107 bid, 108 asked. Charlotte. Columbia.t Augusta Ist m’tg’e, 112)4 hid, 114 asked. Char lotte. Columbia A Augusta 2d mortgage. 101 bid. 102 asked. Western Alabama 2d mt'ge, end. 8 per cent., 130 bid, 121 asked. South Georgia A Florida cnlorsed, 113 bid, 114 asked; South Georgia A Florida 2d mort gage, 100 bid. 101 asked .state Bonds.—Market steady. Georgia new •’A 1889, 111 bid, 111)4 asked: Georgia 6 per sent., coupons Feb. ana Aug.,maturity ISbOaaa 1386, lOOalOls bid.lOlallO asked; Georgia mort gage on W. A A. Railroad regular 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1886,110)4 bid, 111)4 asked: Georgia 7 per cent, gold, cou pons quarterly, 117 bid, 118 asked; Georgia 7 Br cent., coupons January and Jaly, maturity 16.124 bid. 185 asked Bacon.—Market firm a* and advancing. We quote: Clear rib sides. 1194 c.; shoulders, 9a; hams. UHjC. : dry sailed clear rib sides, 1094 c.; long clear. If $40.; shoulders. B)4c. Bagoing and Tiss.—Active demand; full ■tack. We quote: Two- uid-a-quarter pounds at 1£))3.: two-pounds at U)4c.; one-ami-three-quarter pounds, at 10)4©10)jc. Iron Ties—Bl 60©1 75 S bundle, according to brand and auantitv. Pieced ties. $ 1 25©f 60. Grain.—Corn is very firm and advancing In the Western markets. We quote here: white, 90e.; mixed, 85c ; market well stocked and orders can be promptly filled. Oats have participated in the general rise, though this crop Is a large one; we quote at 55©57)4; market lightiy stocked. Bran. 81 15©1 80. Lard.—l'ne market is firm. We quete: In tierces. 1844 c : kegs and tubs, 13c. Salt.—A Urge stock of Liverpool in the mar ket. The demand is light and the market quiet; car load lots, 67)4c ,f. o. b.; small lota, Dry Goods.—The market is very firm; stocks full. We quote: Prints. 5©7c.; Georgia brown shirting, 44. 5c.; *4 do., 6c.; 4-4 brown sheeting, 7c.; white osnaburgs. >4©’9c.; checks, ?4©8)4e.: yarns. 8190 for best makes: b-own drillings. 7)4©Blyc. FnotTß.—The market is firm and x ited. Stocks ample; demand good. We quote: Su perfine. 86 l<> ©6 85; exf*. 56 :>a7 50; family, 88 00©8 50; fancy, *9 EU©IU 00: bakers'. |S 00 © 75. Hat.—Market fully stocked; good demand. Wequote.at wholesale: Nor:nern. 95c©$l 00; by cargo. 85c.: Eastern, $: BG©l 25; Western timothy 81 20©1 25. Hiuss. Woou rrc.—Hides—The market for hides is quiet and but little is being done. We quote: Dry fliut. 13)4c ; salted, 94©!!)4c Wool—Nothing being done We quote: Unwashed, free or burrs, prune lots, 27©2314c.; ourry wool. I 1 '©:8c. Tallow, 6c.; wax. 20c.; deerskins, 35c.; ouer skins, 25c.© 85 00. FREIGHTS. Lumber Sail. There have been very few arrivals since our last, and coast wise vessels are still in good demand, finding ready business at quoted rates. Cargoes are offering for West Indies, South America and Spanish ports. Other off shore business is more quiet. Our figures include the range of Savannah. Darien, Brunswick and S&tilla. from 80c. to 81 60 being paid here for change of load ing port. We quote: To P.a)timore aud Chesa peake ports. JBUOR7 On. t- Philadelphia. $6 75 f.7 sb: to New York and Sound ports. >7 10© 50; to Boston and eastward $6 00©9 00: to gt. ,ohn, N. 8.. 88 50©9 00; (Timber 81 00 higher than I urn tier rates!; 10 the Wesi Indies ."• windward. 88 lo©lo 00: to South America 819 00; to Spanish ports, JU 'J©ls 03; to United Kingdom for orders, timber 34a. ©355.. lurnoer £5 iOs , „ . N.tv\r Stores. — Sail. —Rosin and spirits, 3s. 91 ©ss. 9L to United Kingdom or Continent di rect; o New York 40c. on rosin. 60c. on spirits. Steam. —To New York, rosin, 30c., spirits 30c.; to Philadelpnio, rosin 30a; spirits Soa; to Bal timore. p. -sin <Ca, spirits 75a; to Boston, rosin tea, spirits 50a STEAM. Cotton — Liverpool, direct, quiet. 13-38d Liverpool, dirtet, to arrive 44“ Liverpool, via New YorE, fl 4 5-16d Liverpool, via Baltimore, 81 8 13-32 4 Liverpool, via Boston. ¥ 4ed Liverpool, via Philadelphia, fl 8>.... 94d Antwerp, via Philadelphia. V lb 15-lbc Havre, via New York, ? t> 13-16 c Bremen, via New York, M ®> pdSd Bremen, via Baltimore, M 8)...,.... l6a Amsterdam, via New York, f S>... 15-38 u Hamburg, via New York, M®> . 54 c Boston, 9 hole *1 75 Sea Island, V bale 1 75 New York, M bale 1 Sea Island, V bale 1 50 Philadelphia, * bale 1 50 Sea Island, ¥ bale 1 50 Baltimore, V bale I Providence. M hale 1 75 BY SAIL Liverpool, “1 Jiin— New York,? cask $1 50 New York. ? barrel 60 Philadelphia, V catk 1 50 Baltimore. ? cask 1 25 Boston. Scask ... 1 75 COUNTRY PRODUCE Brown Fowls, ? pair 65 © 75 Waif-grown, ? pair 30 © 45 Three-quarters grown, ? pair... 50 © 55 Cggs, ? dos 15 © 17 Butter, mountain, | 20 © % Peanuts— Fancy h. p. V0.,?1b.. 7c. © “ Hand-picked f) lb 6a © “ Straight Virginia 4c. © “ North Carolina 6a © “ Tennessee sc. © noridsSugar.fi>... 5 © 6)4 Florida Syrup, f gallon * Honey, f ration 83 O Sweet Potatoes, f bushel 75 ©Bl 00 Poultry—Fair supply: moderate demand. Boos— Market fairly docked. Butter—A good article la demand; not much on the market. Peanuts— Market fully supplied:demand rood. Btrut—Georgia and Florida In fair demand and ■apply. Sugar—Georgia and Florida scarce, and very Uttle demand Charleston Bice and Naval Store* market. Cearleston, September i.—Rice.—With very light supplies the market for this grain was firm. Males about 40 tiercee clean Carolina. We quote: Common. 5©5)4c; fair. 6c: good, 6)4©6Uc Carolina rough rice is quoted at 90a to ft 30 per bushel for inland, and 8120©1 40 per bushel for tide water qualities. l*i hue lots of stacoast sell at advanced rates. Natal Btckas —The receipts were 150 casks spirits turpentine and 650 barrels rosin. There wM a firm market for resins. Sales 1,300 *l*2 t^ r barrel for C. D, f 3 ‘f *T; V!*! or O. * 10 for H. 82 15 for L f2 50 for K,6- .5 for M. 83 12)4 for N,FI 37)4 ©3 50 for window glass and 83 50 for water white. Spirits turpentine held strongly. Last soles reported were 48c oer gallon, but asking higher. Crude turpentine is valued at 83 25 per barrel for virgin and yellow dip.—,Vetcs and Courier. KfiIRKKTh BY TBLBCIRAPH. MOCK KKPOBT pnuwßisu London. September 6.—Coneols, S8 13-16 tor money; 96 15-16 for account Erie, 4414. nw ynu, September s.—huvx. opened firmer. Money 5© 6 per cent. Exchange -Irtp, 84 79)4: shor, 84 1 3J4 3overßßee* bonds did! and nominal. State bonds quiet and un changed. COTTON. Uvesnool September 5 -Cotton active and firmer: middling uplands. 7 MM; middling Or leans. 7 1IM: sales 15.000 balea, for speculation and export 3,000 boles; receipt B.OCO hah*, 8W American. % t Futures: Middling uplands, low middling au.se, deliverable In September. 7 9-381; de verable in September and October. H^d; de iverable io October and November, 15-32©6)4d: deliverable in November and December, 6 7-16©6 15-82d; deliverable in De cember and January, 6 15-32d; deliverable in January and February, BU©6 15-S2d; deliver able in Febniary and March. 6 17-32©AUd; de liverable In March and April, •l<-32©*)4d; deliverable In April and May, 6 19-38d; deliver able in May and June, 6 19- ©6Md: deliver able in June and July, 6 19~32©6 Zl-S-Q-fyd. Futures firm. 1:J0 p. m.— Middling uplands, 7 3 18d, mid dling Orleans, 7 3-16d. Futures: Middling uplands, low middling clause, deliverable In May and June, 6 21-32d; deliverable in July, 6 *1 32d. Nrw York, September 5. —Cotton opened firm; sales 550 bales; middling uplands, 1264 c; Orleans, 12Hc. Futures—Market opened irregular, with sales as fellows: September, 11 94c; October 11 72c; November, 11 70c: December, 11 78c; January 11 90c; February, 12 04c. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. I. Tver pool, Septembers.—Bacon, long dear middles. 46s 6d: short, 48s 6d. Lard, 59s Sd. New Yore. September s.—Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull and lower. Corn quiet butar*. Pork quiet at 818 75. Lard strong tar Pe“t>ne, 52)4c. Rods, $2 li)4. Freights steady. Baltimore, September s.—Flour higher but quiet; Howard street and Western super- S n ?e. ** <®s 50; extra, |1 25©7 00; family, . 2S©B 00; city mills sut 3rfine, 85 Co©s 75; itto extra, 86 25©7 00; family, 87 75©8 00; Rio brands. $8 00; Patapsco family. 88 50. >Nhe^t—Southern quiet but steady; Western about steady: Southern red 81 35© 1 39; am ber, 81 15© 1 60; No. 1 Mary .and, $142; No. 2 Western winter red on the spot.Bl 38)4© 1 39U, according to location; September deHvery, 81 38J4© 1 39; October, 81 44)6©1 4414; No vember. |1 4514©1 48)4; December, |1 51U© 1 52. Corn—Southern white steady, yellow lower; Western lower and neglected; Southern white, 78c; yellow, 72)4c. EVENING REPORT. FINANCIAL. Paris. September 5,3 p. m —Rentes, 85f 20c. 4:30 p m.—Rentes. 85f 33c. haw Yore. September s.—Money, 2)4©5 per cent. Exchange. 84 79)4 for sixty days. Govern ment bonds closed steady; new fives (coupon), 101; new four and a half per cents (coupon), 113; new four peroents (coupon), 116)4. State bonds dull and nominal. 3:00 p. m. —Stocks opened Irregular, closing firm, as follows: N. Y. Central. ...148)4 Memphis & Char. 78 Erie 42)4 Rock Island 134 Lake Shore. 123)4 Western Union. . 88)4 Illinois Central.. .1.7)4 A la., class A,2 to 5. 75 Nash. & Chat 83 Ala,aa-is A.email. 80 L’viUeANash.... 94)4 Aia., class B, 5.. 90 Pittsburg 137 Ala., clan C. 45.. 80 Chica. & North’n.. 184)4 E. Tennessee Rd.. 16)4 “ preferred.... 136)4 Georgia Railr’ad. 170 Wab..rit. L & Pac. 47)r Richmond & Alle. 42 W..Rt.L.&P. pref. 84)4 Buh-Treasury balances: Coin, 878,480,470 00; currency, 845.675,632 00. 5:00 p. m. —Following are the closing quota tions of the New York Stock Board: Georgia as Ill) Ohio&Mis’plpref .103)4 " 7s, mortgage.lll Ch’peake & Ohio. 26)4 ** 7s. gold 117 Mobile & Ohio.. . 33 Louisiana consols 66 Hannibal & St. Jo. 97)4 N. Carolina, old.. 36)4 San F.A bt. Louis. 48)4 “ “ new 22 *• “ pref. 70U •• “funding... 13 “ “1 pref. 105 “ “ special tax 8 Union Pacific 121)4 Tennessee 6s. 68 Houston A Texas. 87 " new 68 Pacific Mail 49)4 Virginia 66 t 35 Adams Express...l36 •• consolidatea. *79 Wells A Farg0...130 “deferred 15 Am’can Express.. 86 Panama 255 U. 8. Kxprens ... 67 Fort Wayne 139 Cons’dated Coal.. 35 Chicago A A1t0n.!29 Quicksilver ; 2)4 Harlem 346* “ preferred.. 55)4 Michig&nCentral. 93)4 Norf. A W'c pref. 53 81. Paul 115)4 Texas Pacific 57)4 ** preferred...*l3o Ch’go,Bt.L.AN.O. 72 Dela., Lack. AW. 121 Manhattan Kiev.. 20 N. Jersey Centr’l. 98)4 New York Elev’d. 99)4 Reading 59)4 Metropolitan Ele. 78)4 Ohio and Mis’pi... 3564 * Offered at. tßid. COTTON. Liverpool, Sept-mber 5, S:CO p. m.—The sal* s of the Cay included 10,300 bales of American. Futures: Middl ng uplands, low middling clause, deliverable in Jauuaiy and February, 6)4d; deliverable iu Marc 1 a :d April, 6 5-16d. New Yoke, September s.—Cotton closed steady; advance; middling uplands, 12)4c; middling Orleans, 12)4c; sales 640 bales; net receipts bales: gross receipts 104 bales. Futures closed steady, with sales of 301,000 baies as follows: September, 12 03©12 0!c; Oc tober, 11 84©11 85c: November. 11 88c; Decem ber. 11 88© 11 89c; January, 12 06c; February, 12 2 i©l2 21c; March. 12 35©12 37c: April. 12 4t> ©l2 47c; May, 12 56©12 57c; June, 11 65©11 67c. Galveston, September s.— Cotton firm; middling U)4c; low middling 10)4c; good or dinary 9)4c; net receipts 6,729 bales; gross re ceipts 6,800 bales; sales 730 bales; stock 34,933 bales; exports coastwise 38 bales. Norfolk, September 5 —Cotton firm and in good demand; middling W/kc; not receipts 933 bales; gross receipts bales: stock 420 bales; sales 31 bales; exports coastwise 1,191 bales. Baltimore, September s.—Cotton steady; middling 12)4c; low middling 11 9- 16c; good ordinary 10)4c; net receipts 10 bales; gross re ceipts 1,648 bales: sales - bales; stock 1,655 biles; Rales to spinners 150 bales: exports to Great Britain 471 hales, coastwise 2> bales. Boston. Septeml.v s.—Cotton firm; mid dling 1254 c; low middling ll)ac; good ordinarv 10)4o; net receipts bales; gross receipts 62 bales; sales bales: stock 5.145 balea W iLKiNOTCN, Sep tern per 5 —Cotton firm; mid dling ll)4c; low middling 10)4c: good ordinary 9)4c; net receipts 127 baits; gross receipts bales: sajes bales; stock 616 bales. Philadelphia, September 5 —Cotton quiet; middling 12)4?: low middling ll)4c: good ordi nary 10)4<:; net receipts bales; gross receipt# 148 bales; sales bales; sales to spinners 123 bales; stock 1,839 balea New Orleans, September s — Cotton firm; middling ll)4c: low middling 10)4c; good or dinary 9)4c; net receipts 4,897 bales: gross re ceipts 4.555 bales; sales 5,060 bales; stock 81,364 bait*; exports coastwise 656 bales. Mobile, September s.—Cotton firm; mid dling lie: low middling 10)4c; good ordinary 9'.iO: oe: receipts 843 bales: gross receipts 844 ba es; a!e* 524 bales; stock 4,923 bales; exports cosv*ise<B4 bales. Mpbis, September s—Cotton firm; mid dling ll)4c; net receipts 726 bales: shipments 76 bales; sales 735 bales; stock 9,352 bales. Auourta, September s — Cotton firm; mid dling n)4c: low middling II /4c; good ordinary 9)4c; net receipts 4-2 bales; shipments bales; sates 572 bales. Charleston, September s.—Cotton steady; middling lis*c; low middling ll)4c; good or dinary nominal: net receipts 1,177 bales; gross receipts baies; sales 800 bales; stock 2,659 baies; exports coastwise 1,998 bales. New York, September 5 —Consolidated net receipts to-day for all cotton p0rt5,18,859 bales; exports, to Great Britain 3,301 bales, to France bales, to the continent 1,287 bales. provisions, groceries, etc. London. September 5, 4 p. m.—Spirits Tur pentine. 40s. Liverpool, September s.—Beef, extra India mess, lusg. New York, September s.—Flour, Southern, dull and unchanged. Wheat, spring unchanged, more doiug for export; winter l©2c lower, feverish and unsettled: moderate export de mand, mainly for No. 1 whi' ; fair speculative trading; No. 2 Chicago and Milwaukee, $1 38)4 ©1 34)4, inside price, in store; ungraded red, SI 05©1 40; mixed wint3r, |1 37)4; ungraded white. $1 19©1 41)4; No. 2 red, September SI lt ai 41)4, October SI 44-Vi@l 46)6. Novem ber SI Corn l©l)4c lower; closing heavy; limited ex pert demand and fairly active speculative trading; ungraded, 61)4©71’c; No. 8 white, 79)4c; yellow, 72)4c; No. 2. September delivery, 69)i©yl))4c; October, 71)4©74)4c; November. 74©75)4c. Oats lower; closed heavy; No. 3, 4>>?ic. Hops quiet but steady; yearlings, 12© 16c. Coffee quiet aud unchanged. Sugar stronger; fair demand; fair to good refining, 711-16©7 13-16 c; refined active and firm; standard A, 9)c. Molasses steady but quiet. Rice firm and iu fair demand. Rosin again higher and firm at f2 20©2 25. Turpentine quiet but firm at 58>4© 53c. Wool in fair re quest at veiy full prices; domestic fleece, 34© 45c; pulled, 29©40c; unwashed, 18©35c: Texas, 14©31c. Pork 15©20c per barrel higher and fairly active; closing firm; mess, sl9 uc©l9 50, latter choice; September. October and Novem ber, SlB 80©1900. Middles quiet but firm: long clear, short, 10)6©10J4c. Lard about 10c per cwt. higher and fairly active; prime steam, op spot, 11 90©11 95c, choice 12c, September, 11 8?)4©11 92)4c. Freights firm. tT. Louis. Remember 5 —Flour nominally un changed. Wheat opened higher but declined; closed weak: No. 2 red fall. $146)4 for cash; $1 46)4 for October. $1 48)4 for November. Corn opened higher but ceciined to 62c for cosh; t2)4c for 8. ptember; 64)4c for October. Oats unsettled; 41c for cash; 42D0 for October; 4i)6c for November. Provisions higher; very strong. Pork, sl9 25. Bulk meats- shoulders, 7 40c; ribs, 10 10c; sides, 10 40c. Bacon—shoul. ders. 8)4c: rib, ll)4e; sides, 11 65©11 75a Lard, U)6a Whisky steady, $1 16 Ohio ago, September s.—Flour steady and in fair demand Wheat in fair demand but lower: No. 2 red winter, $1 30; No. 2 Chicago spring, $1 21 for cash and September; $1 8I : K©1 24)4 for October; $1 26)4© 1 26)4 for November. Corn inactive and lover; 60)4c for cash and September; 6.’)4c for October; 63)6©63)4c for November. Oats dull; prices a shade lower; 3b)4©36)4J for cash: 36)4c for September; 38)4 ©3S)4c for October; 38M,c for November. Pors strong and higher, $lB 50© 18 60 for cash: $lB 60 for October; $lB 80 for November. Lard unsettled and generally higher at 11 60 for cash and September; 11 62))©11 67 for Octo ber; 11 87©U 90 for November. Bulk meats strong and higher; shoulders, 7)4c; rib, 10c; clear, 10))c. Whisky steady and unchanged. New Orleans. September s.— Flour In good demand, tending upward; superfine, $4 75© 5 10; high grades. $7 25©8 25. Corn sea ce and firm at 65c© $1 00. Oats in fair demand at 57c. Provision*— Pork higher; mess. JBO 85©80 50. Lard quiet but steady at 12)4©12)6c. Bulk moats active and firm; shoulders. B©B)4C. Ba con firmer; shoulders, 9c; clear ribs, ll)4c; clear sides, ll)4c: hams, sugar cured, dull at 13)40 14)4cforcanvased. Sugar quiet but steady; common to good common. 6)4©7)4c; prime io choice. 4)4©i)6c. Molasses scarce and firm; common to pnm, 25©40c. Rice higher; ordi nary to prime, 5©6)6c. Cincinnati. September 5 —Flour firm; fam ily, $6 85©7 15; fancy, $7 35©7 75. Wheat strong; No. 2 red winter, $l4O. Corn firm; No. 2 mixed. 66)4©67c. Oats irregular; No. 2 mixed, 42©43c. Provisions Pork quiet at S2O 00. Lard strong and higher, 11 60c. Bulk meats strong and higher; shoulders, S)4c; ribs, 10 50a Bscon strong and higher; shoulders, 9c; ribs. 11c; sides, llMo Whisky steady at $1 14; combination sales of finished goods, 9uo barrel*, on a basis of $1 14. Sugar firm; hards, I0)4©10)4c; New Orleans, B)4©B)sc. Hogs firm; common and light. $5 Co©6 70; packing and butchers, $6 25© 7 00. Baltimore. September s.—Oats quiet but steady; Southern. 50©53c; Western white, sn©s2c, mixed 49©50c; Pennsylvania. 50®52c. Provisions firm: Mess pork. sl9 25. Balk meats —shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, B)*c and lCfta Bacon-should ore. 9)40; clear nb ■ldee. ll)4a Hams, 13*©14)4c. Lard, refined. In tierces, 12)<c. Coffee quiet; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 10©12)4c. sugar firm; a soft, 9e. Whisky nominally $1 80. Freights dull. Louisville. September s.—Flosr firm: extra, rl 50©5 00; fancy, $7 25©7 60. Wheat dull at 1 40. Corn quiet at 74a Oats quiet at 43a Pre visions strong and higher: Lard, 14)4© 15a Bulk I r.f-ate—ahouidew, 8)4c; clear rib, 10)t©10)4c; sides, 11a Bacon—shoulders, 9Uc: rib. ll))c; tides, 11)46: bams, sugar cared, 14a Whisky steady at $1 14. Wilmimoton.September s.—Spirits turpentine firm at 49c Rosin firm at $1 92)4 for strained; $2 00 for good strained. Tar firm at $2 25. Crude turpentine firm at $3 50 fur yellow dip; $2 80 for virgin (inferior). Oorn uomin&l. STANDARD IRISH READINGS AND BECI TATIONS.—Best pieces in prose and verse, US cents Any newsdealer or bookseller. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Braß, 5 38 Box 9m 6 17 Hish W itkb at Ft Pulaski. . . Sri) am, 6:0? r m TuSßuy. September 6. 1891. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. B WraLAC?> BiaCkStone ’ T,,lor ' Baltimore—J ß ‘ ARRIVED AT TYREE YESTERDAY. WUdwr & e co 7 <Qer) ’ Lohmari ’ Brt* l ® l . ** dayg- ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YEBTERDAY. Veiref Fel ° Sp> - Havana—Gahona A CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamship Cyprus, Waters, Liverpool- Rich ardson & Barnard. Schr M B Milien, Dyer, New York, lumber; cargo by D U Bacon & Cos; vessel by M B Milien. SAILED YESTERDAY. Schr MU Milien, New York. MEMORANDA. New York, September 3-Cleared, brlgLiszle Wyman, Gaul, Brunswick; vehrs Ridgewood. Knott, Jacksonville; Col B W Razee, Smith Jacksonville. Boston, September 3—Cleared, bark Alice C Dickerman, Cook, Savannah Fall River, September I—Arrived, schr Jennie R Mora#, Anderson, Bavant ah. New York. September 4-Arrived, Marengs, Flamborough, Newminster, Nesmith,Wyanoke. Roraima, Hattera*. Arrived out, Westphalia, Moravian, British King. New York, September 5 Arrived out, Celtic Homeward, Coasiglia and Galtola, New Or leans; Virginia L Stafford, Key West. SPOKEN. Bark Marion (Br), Evans, from Coosaw, 8 C, for Bristol, Aug 8, lat 42, lon 48. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Ship La Louisiane (Nor), from Peasaoola for Liverpool, ashore at Frying Pan Shoals, where she drifted after abandonment, is a total loss, but her cargo of lumber •'* being saved. The La Louisiane was formerly the Guthenberg. and was built by Patterson. Perrine A etock. In 1852, at Williamsburg. NY, and was for many years owned in New Orleans, trading between that port and Havre. RECEIPT B. Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, SeDtembrrS—2.ol3 bales cotton. 15 cars lumber 811 bbls rosin, 312 bbls spirits turpentine, 17 bales hides, and mdse. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Sep tembers—l 9 bales cotton. 1 car coal, 40 bbls rosin. 1 bbl flour, 1 bbl oil, 2 bbls wine, 707 boxes tobacco. 184 caddies tobacco, 5 boles bags, 4 bales hides, and mdse. Per Central Railroad. September 5—3,531 bales cotton, 35,374 st ,vei, 876 long clears, 250 bbls flour, 41 bbis whisky, 33 half bbls whisky, 47 boxes tobacco, 196 pigs furniture, 85 half bbls beer, 137 kegs beer, at) feet walnut lum her, 25 ha'f firkins butter, 89 kegs lard. 12 set* wheels. II ) boxes soap, 11 pkgs tobacco, 95 case-? yeast powdei j. Lj half bbis wine, 7 bdls spokes, 1 oar lime, 1 car mules. 8 cases domes tics, 50 car wheels, 6 sacks coffee, 3 bbls spirits turpentine, ?J bars steel, 5 bbls oil, 6 bbls dried fruit,l2 cases plaids, 8 bales yarns, 2 bdls hides 72 pkgs mdse. Per steamer Katie, from landings on Savan nah River—49s balsa cotton. 1 box tobacco, 1 sack coffee, 5 coops chickens, 12 bdls hides. 10 cases eggs, 1 pkg, 1 bdl bedding, 3 cans syrup. 9 sacks corn, 1 axle, X box bread. EXPORT’S. Per steamship Cyprus, for Liverpool-5,221 bales upland cotton, weighing2,so2,3uß pounds; valued at $28.995 35. Per schr M B MUlen, for New Y0rk—292,268 feet lumber. PASSENGERS. Per steamer Katie, from landings on Sa vannah WW-is H Hill, W R afMi*. R W Greene, fB Wishing, A 8 Hidenbooh, JO De- Loach, W/Whitfield JMin-e. J oVimmon, W J Maner, E R Morgan, rf B Wilson, W E Davis, Mrs G L Mills and child. Miss Lizzie Joiner, Mrs M Fenken, Mrs V Deßoche and 3 children, R W Oglesby, J H Humphries, W H Sharp®. CONSIGNEES. Per steamship Seminole, from Boston— C R R. 8 & C R R. 8, F A W Ry, str Florida, E J Acosta, Allen A L. I. Appel, T H Bolshaw. W C Butler. M Boley, H M Comer A Cos, T T Cha prau, Crawford A L, J T Cohen, Dickerson A ", I 8 Davidson, A Einstein’s Sons, I Epstein A Bro, F Farley, M Ferst A Cos, A Friadenberg A Cos, 8 Guckenheimer A Son, C L Gilbert A Cos, G S Haiues, S Herman. Holcombe, G A Cos F M Hull, R S Jones, J H Kamos.Moses Krauss' Lilienthal AK, A Leffler, Luuden A B, Lovell A L, D B Lester, Miller A R, Lee Roy Myers, A Minis A Bons, A Mvers.W B Mell A Cos, A J Mil ler A Cos, Memhord Bros A Cos, A S Nichols Or der HK, Jno Oliver, Palmer Bros, Russak A Cos, J Rosenheim, Richardson A B, tst Joseph’s Infirmary, Solomon Bros, Savannah Cotton Press Ass n JH A WIBe, J H Von Newton, Weed A C. Henry Yon^e. Per steamship Blackstone. from Baltimore— Allen A L, \V E Alexander A Son. Alexander A M, W C Butler, O Butler. T H Bolshaw. Cra® ford A L, Cockehutt A J, I S Davidson, Eckman A V, Jno Flannery A Cos, G Fox, M Ferst A Cos, A Friedenberg A 00, S Guckenheimer A Son. F M Hull, Wm Hone A Cos, Holcombe, G A Cos G M Heidt A Cos, A Hanley. S G Haynes A Bro, Max Krauss, Lippman Bros. D B Lester A Leffler, Lee Hoy Myers, W B Mell A Cos, J Man ning A Cos, A H Morales. Miller A R, W B Mc- Kee, G N Nichols, E L Neidlinger, Jno Oliver Order notify Saussy A H. Order notify A Minis A Sons. Order notify J W Schley A Cos, Order notify TP Bond, Order notify R L Mercer Planters Rice Mill. Thos Reedy. L Remiou, J II Ruwe, Rutherford A F, C D Rogers, J B Reedy, G H Kemshart, str David Clark, Jno Sullivan J Thomasson. J H Von Newton, Weed A C, J B West A Cos, Branch A C, C Coleman. Johnson A Cos, J E Lee. N R I.ee. Loeb A E. A J Miller A Cos, H .flyers A Bros, Solomon Bros,P Tuberdy, II C Wells, Henry Yonge, CRH, Per steamer Katie, from landings on Sa vannah River—Order, W A Jaudou, W M La nier, Graham AH, W W Gordon A Cos. W I Miller, G M Ryals, J W Wilson’s Sons. W A Baggs, Rich A M, Walter AH, D B Hull. M Y Henderson. C F Stubbs A Cos, J M Beiger, Solo mon Bro*. F M Hull. Walker A T (Charleston), Pelzer, R A Cos (charleston),* D Y Dancy, P M DeLeon, Jno Lawton, C H Wilcox, Woodbridge A H, H M Comer A Cos. Estes A McA, Jno Flan nery A Cos, L J Guiltnartin A Cos, W W Chish olm, R J Davant, C H Dorsett, Kennedy A B, D . R Kennedy, Butter A S, Woods A Cos, Baldwin ' A Cos, H F Grant A Cos. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway September s—Fordg Office. Peacock, H A Cos. W C Jackson A Cos, Williams AW, A T Lee A Bro, C L Jones, H Myers A Bros, M T Hender son, A Einstein’s Sons, Bendheim Bros A Cos, Rieser A 8, A Leffler. Lee Boy Myers, W M Da vidson, Chess, C A Cos, John J McDonough. Has lam AH, B J Cubbedge, CRB 00, R B Reppard, Wm Hone A Cos. J H Johnston, J J Dale A Cos, G W Garmony, JC Thompson, Eck man A V. W W Chisholm. N A Hardee’s Son A Cos, J R Sheldon, Chas Ellis, Baldwin A Cos, H M Comer A Cos. M Maclean, J W Lathrop A Cos, Jso Flannery A Cos, W W Gordon A Cos, L J Guilmartin A Cos, C F Stubbs A Cos, F M Farley, Walter AU, Butler AS, Wilcox, G A Cos, Woodbridge A H. Per Central Railroad. September s—Fordg Agt, Herman AK. Chas Meitiler. M Boley A Bon E L Neidlinger, Son A Cos, M Ferst AC, A Heller, Ralph Elliott, G M Heidt A Cos, Allen AL, F Morgan A Cos, J E Alexander, F Bchwain. Crawford A L, 8 L Gerst, H Myers A Bros, J McGrath A 00, Henry Yonge. West Bros, Jno Flannery A Cos. W W Gordon A Cos, F M Farley, Baldwin A Cos. D B HuU, H M Comer A Cos, Walter AH, M Maclean, H F Grant A Cos, A J Miller A Cos, C E Stults, S Her man, 8 Guckenheimer A Son. Solomon Bros, Bendheim Bro* A Cos, Leo Roy Myers, John Bourke, 8 G Haynes A Bro, Weed A C, J G But ler. Eckman AV, A Leffler, W D Dixon, Ida Jefferson, Darnell AS, AT Lee A Bro, Order, Estes A McA, L J Guilmartin A Cos, C F Stubbs A Cos, Miller AR, J 8 Wood A Bro, N R Lee, Woods A Cos, J W Lathrop A Cos. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Bep tember 5-Fordg Office S, FA W Ry, H Myers A Bros, 8 G Haynes A Bro, Palmer Bros, F Morgan A Cos, M Y Henderson, E J Acosta Jr, Solomon Bros, M Ferst A Cos, Rieser AB, 8 Guckenheimer A Son. W E Alexander A Son, Saussy A 11, Bendheim Bros A Cos, H Haas, M Boley, Lee Roy Myers, A Leffler, Peacock, H A Cos. List of Vessele Up, Cleared and Sailed tor thla Port. STKAMSHIPB. Rapidan, Jennev, New York, up Aug 17. Albertsen, Galway, sld Aug 6. SHIPS. Beethoven, Smith, Bordeaux, sld Aug 28. B4JLKB. Nora (Nor), Jacobson. Dunkirk, sld April 17. Appia (Nor), Sande, Bremen, sld from Road stead June 5. Kenilworth, Ryarson. Liverpool, sld July 16. Fratelli Tubino iltal), Parlo, Rotterdam, sld July 21. La<lj Dufferin, McKenzie, London, cld July 12. Neptun (Nor). Tobiasen. Barcelona, sld July 24. Wm Wrieht, Tail. Havre, sld July 27. Tikoina (Br), Andrews. Liverpool, sld Aug 12. Hasselnodder (Nor), Langfeldt, Havre, sld Au gust 2. Messel (Nor), Edge, Dublin, sld July 30. Gna (Nor). Andersen, London, sld Aug 18. Svanen (Nor), Tillefsen, Stettin, sld Aug 17. Lauget (Nor), Pedersen. Hamburg, sld Aug 22. Condor (Nor), Neilsen, London, sld July 15. Chrysolite, Lamb. London, cld Aug 11. Lady Dufferin, Evans, at Liverpool Aug 11. Normanby, O’Neill, Bristol, sld Aug 27. Termagant, Brotherton, London, cld Aug 20. Alma. Woxholt, at Stettin Aug 6. Amazon (Nor), Christiansen, Liverpool, sld Aug 16 Alice C Dickerman, Cook, Boston, old Sept 3. anise. Alaska, Halcrow, Liverpool, sld July 16. Favorite, Marengo, Geoo, sld Aug 4. Maggie (Br), McLeod, Oporto, sld Aug 12. SCHOOXKSa. A Denike. Bohannan. Boston, cld Aug 16. Vapor. Bartlett, Philadelphia, cld Aug 14. Wm Jones, Collinette, Philadelphia. cld Aug 1) Having Repaired Onr Hill ARE NOW READY FOR ORDERS FOR GRITS and MEAL SAUSSY & HARMON, TONICS. YVYETH’S Elixir Calisava, Iron and Strych- V v nia, Hegeman’e Elixir Calissya and Iron, Hubbel’e Elixir Calisava and Iron, W'heeler’e Compound Elixir of Phosphates and Cal Isay a, Caswell’s Beef, Wine and Iron, Wyeth’s Beef, Wine and Iron, and other Tonics, at STRONG'S DRUG STORE, Oor. Bull and Perry street tone. eaigpi Dyspepsia Is the costly price we pay for luxuries. All civilized nations suffer from it, more or less, but none so much as the people of the United States. It Is here in the new world that the disease has become domestics ted; and we, as a people, have threatened to monopolize its miseries. Let us check its fur ther progress by the use of Tarrant’s Seltzer Aperient. 80LD BY ALL DBUGGIBTB. fIOSI§ITE|JS MrERS Tbougli Shaken In Every Joint And fibre with fever and ague, or bilious re mittent, the s> stem may yet be freed from the malignant virus with Hostetter’s Stomach Bit ters. Protect the system against it with this beneficent anti-spasmodic, which is further more a supreme remedy for liver complaint, constipation, dyspepsia, debility, rheumatism, kid Dev troubles and other ailments. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. %3X3tiVf. P&ESCRfBKD JJY riIYMCTAXS. ia®Hve Fr.pt red trop\c*\ * fruit* rlfrnfr. A Delicious and Re freshing Fruit Lozenge, Which Serves the Purpose of Pills and Dis agreeable Purgative Medicines. TROPIC fltriT LiXiTm ia th. best preparation in the would for Constipation. Bili ousness, Headache, Piles, and all kindred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and Is deli cious to ti*ke. Cleansing the system thoroughly. it imparts vigor ti mfml and body, and dispel* Melancholy. Hypochondria. Ac. One trial eun vinces. I’judiral iu l.nwnzeal lira boxe. only, PRICE 25 and 60 CTS. SOLD BY fill DRUGGISTS. LIPPMAN BROTHERS and OSCEOLA BUT LER, Wholesale Agunts. %tver iegiiiatcr. PROTECTION J—: FROM Malaria that people Mil 11) | 1 | continually suffer from Jldliilltlil • (j,), noxious poison when they least imagine it Is lurking in their system. CHILLS AND FEVER. HEADACHE, INTER MITTENT FEVER, GENERAL DEBILITY, BILIOUS FEVER, LASSITUDE, TYPHOID FEVER NAUSEA, are the TalnTul Offsprings of Maluria! And have their origin in a disordered Liver, which, if not regulated in time, great suffer ing, wretchedness and death will ensue. Simmons Liver Regulator (PURELY VEGETABLE) Is absolutely certain in its remedial effects, and acts more promptly in curing all forms of Malarial diseases than calomel or quinine, without any of the injurious consequences which follow their use. If taken occasionally by persons exposed to Malaria it will expel the l’oisan and protect them from attack. See that you pt the Genuine In White Wrapper, with red Z, prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO. LaFAR, HATTER, AND DEALER IN Men’s Fine Goods, Is now preparing to alter and enlarge his store, 23 Bull street, and will open about September 15th THE FINEST STOCK OF CENTS’ HATS! Ever shown In Savannah, comprising the LATEST NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH GOODS, And a fine line of Children’s Fancy Hats & Caps, Besides the usual complete line of GENTS’ NECKWEAR in SCARFS and TIES and COLLARB, of which he makes a Specialty Thanking his friends for past kindness and patronage, he solicits a continuance of the same. LaFAR, 23 BULL STREET, Agent for Devlin & Cos., New York. DIAMOND SPECTACLES. THESE Spectacles are manufactured from “MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLEB” melted together, and are called DIAMOND on account of their hardness and brilliancy. Having been tested with the polariscope, th* diamond lenses have been found to admit ftf teen per cent, less heated rays than any other pebble. They are ground with great scientific accuracy, are free from chromatic aberra tions, and produce a brightness and distinctness of vision not before attained in spectacles. Manufactured by the Spencer Gp„.cal Mann facturing Company, New York. For sale by responsible agents In every dtv In the Union. H. P. HAMILTON, Jeweler and Or K uan, Is Sole Agent for Savannah, Ga., from whom they can only be obtained. No peddlers employed. Do not buy a pair unless you see the trade mark ♦ CELLULOID EYE GLASSES a specialty ghmfl. %suflttt. rfjfacikJfvut <, * Ht > A* & V i, mum bY o SOLD BT JH. JOBBESB vm ** Produetim Doubted . Jffuin MmSeeL ir <soes. B. B\ McKENNA. New Fall Goods M Received NEW STYLES PRINTS. WATERPROOF CLOTHS. KENTUCKY JEANS. SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS. CORSETS, HOSIERY. DRESS GOODS. * EVERY STEAMER WILL BRING Fall Novelties and New Bargains. B. F. MoKEKTKTA. GUTMAN BROS. NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. We have just received per steamers Dessoug andCity of Augusta a large lot of FLANNELS, FLANNELS, FLANNELS, OF EVERY' DESCRIPTION. New Madras Gringhams, HANDSOME DESIGNS. Sill:, Lisle Ttaeai aid Cotton Hosiery. NEW GOODS ARRIVING BY EVERY STEAMER. GrUTMAKT BROS., 141 Broughton Street. * PiUtamj 3tul ¥3ratti Goods. 1. 1 lifi & co.; 133 Brougliton Street. STILL GREATER BABUAINS WILL BE OFFERED THIS WEEK. 1,000 REMNANTS OF GHBROIDERIES! EMBROIDERIES! Thrown out at stock taking. They are all choice and desirable patterns, and no old or damaged goods. The prices will astonish the people. They will be spread on our CENTRE BARGAIN TABLES TO-DaY. You must not fail to notice them as you enter. The balance of the CORSETS m LADIES’ UNDERWEAR! Offered last week has been reduced still lower, to clear out. Our HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR largely reduced. The original and best UNLAUNDRIED BHIRT in the city tor 85c , worth sl. Extra inducements in Children’s SLIPS aud ROUES. Parasols, Parasols. In Silk, Fancy Brocade and Satin, at half price. SHOES for Ladies, Gents, Misses, Children and Infants at our popular low prices. Platste’s New Variety Store. 138 Brougliton Street, THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND CHEAPEST MILLINERY ANR VARIETY HOODS Establishment in Savannah. Has the largest and only complete WORSTED DEPARTMENT SOUTH OF BALTIMORE! We quote our prices: Zephyrs and Wools lOc. per ounce or $1 50 per pound. First Quality! All colors! 16 oz. to the pound. The following are rates of postage: Zephj rs lc. for every 2 ounces; Wools all kinds lc. tor every ounce. Country Orders Solicited. (grormes. !ta Cigars at tbe Boss Grocer, 21 Barnard Street, ARE SELLING LIKE HOT | C H Hfl H | CAKES. AN ADDITION AL LOT JUST COME IN. 11 111111 I AND WILL BE SOLD AT AN EXTREMELY | VUjUUU I LOW PRICE. The epicure and invalid should not miss to send for a sample bottle of my DIRECT IMPORTED WINES Guaranteed to be genuine, pure and of finest flavor. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DELICACIES always arriving, and a general grand assortment of FANCY GROCERIES & LIQUORS Constantly on hand. I must not fail to remind you that the 4 year old HIRSCHMAN’S BO NANZA WHISKEY, at $2 25 per gallon, is,according to quality, worth twice the money. A. HIRSOHMAN, THE BOSS GROCER, 21 BARNARD ST., S A VANN AH, GA. khh:l> m:. hull, 87 BAY STREET, Wholesale Grocer aid Dealer in Prorisions aid Bice. AGENT FOR THE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY. I Guarantee all Weights and Everything as Represented. RUSSAK cfe 00-, THE RED GROOERT, Agency for the Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. SPECIALTIES IN TEAB. COFFEE and BUGARB. I CHOK E FLOUB. CRANBERRY SAUCE. THUHBER’S PEACHES. FRESH BARLEY. APRICOTS. FRESH FANCY CRACKERS. i thurber’s peajbs. Can corn beef. , THURBER’S CHERRIES. FRUIT BUTTERS. THURBER’S PLUMS. FRUIT JELLIES I NEW DUTCH HERRING. Large Assortment of BUTTERS. I SWISS CHEESE. Etc., Etc. MAILLARD’S FRENCH CANDIES AND CHOCOLATES. RUSSAK & CO.. 22 and 22 1-2 Barnard Street. Clothing. OIDDSAINTD EI^TDS! We have just completed our inventoiy and find that we h.ave on hand quite a number of BROKEN SUITES! By ‘ Broken Suita” we mean that we have Coats, but not the Pants or vests to match, or Pants and no Coate to match, and so on. To those who do not caro for full suite, but can use either a Pants, Coat or Vest, can secure Drat class goods at half their value, for we have determined to close out these odds at any price. In fact, they are not worth to ns more than half of their cost in this broken condition. As these goods comprise some very desirable goods, and as we are willing to sac rifice them we anticipate a big rush, hence we would advise you. to call as soon as possible. Do not postpone your visit to L. BANFF & BRO., CLOTHIERS, IS4 BROUGHTON STREET, Opposite WeLb*ln’. mns. ['the brqww cottok eij Clean* the Seed better, runs lighter, gin* fatter, and oosts less money than any Other Oln In the market. The brush Is adjustable and It has driv Ing pulley and belt at both ends. Every machine made of the best material and fully and legally guaranteed. Price List of 6INH, Feeders and Condensers. . ~ Price with Price with Sires. Price* of Self Self Gina. Feeder or Feeder and Condenser. Condenser. 50 saw $ 75 00 SIOO 00 ai mi 51 •• 87 60 116 00 144 60 40 “ 100 00 ISO 60 166 00 45 lit 60 116 00 170 50 50 I*s 00 160 00 105 00 60 “ I 110 00 180 00 *3O 00 70 “ 160 00 *O6 00 *S* 00 so I 180 00 *3* 00 *B4 00 The above prices ore for the machines boxed ready for shipment and delivered at oar factory. Will name price delivered at any acoossible point, free of freight, If desired. Established 1843, at Columbus, Ga., under name of E. T .Taylor £ Cos., removing in 1858 to New London, Ct, where the present Arm have since carried on the business. In addltiion to oar already unequalled facilities wo have erected another large factory, thus doubling our capacity of manufacture. Get your orders in at once and avoid a possibility of delay. Eitra inducement* to early buyers. Send for illustrated pamphlet giving new testimonials from hundreds of enterprising planters. Presses, Engines, and complete outfit furnished when desired. Address BROWN COTTON GIN CO., New Condon, Conn. C. H. DORSETT, Agent, Savannah, Ga. jUfOirlual. HEALTH IS WEALTH! Dr. E. C. WEST’S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT: A specific for Hysteria Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache Mental Depression, Loss of Memory. Sperma torrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. $1 a box, or S 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 85, 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, Savannah, Ga Orders by mail promptly attended to. mGold medal Awarded The 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 rUfIW TRYoFT.F beautiful steel engravings, IniDLLr.jgg prescriptions, price only 81 25, sent by mail: illustrated sample tic. Send now. Address PE\BODY MEDICAL INSTI TUTE or Dr W. H. PARKER, No. 4 Bulflnch street, Boston, 4^V> S or Cbllla and Fev*! AND ALL OI3RASES Fl -. fey Malarial Polaoniug af the Blaa* A. WARRANTED CUBE. arlott. SI.OO- Far 1* W alt Pmgglsß 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. REEVES, 43 Chatham street. New York. p”rlscrWo¥fle the t*pecly Cure of Nervon* Wt itLiieum I.osl Vitality* Premature Debility, Merwoupnena, Dcupomlency, Confusion of iilcum Defective Mein* or? and disorder* brought on by Indiscretion and Excesses. Any druggist lias the Ingredients. Sent In plain Sealed Knvelope. Address DR. We 8. JAOt'KS, 180 West Sixth Street* Cincinnati* Ohio. ~Wtw* and liquors. A FA*R BALLOT AND AN HONEST COUNT. MOHAWK RYE —AND— Jesse Moore’s Bourbon COME OUT AHEAD, AND EVERY COUNTY HEARD FROM. $3 PER GALLON, and only sold by D, B. LESTER, GROCER, 21 WHITAKER STREET. ?aucc. THE GREATSAUCI OF THE WORLD. LEA & PERRINS' Imparts the most delicious taste and zest to EXTRACT of a letter from a MEDICAL GEN- ■ SOUPS, 'BLEWAN at Mad- Bf STttS: li GItA VIES, “TeULlfeA 4PER- F,SI1 ' ItINS that their BHB5: sauce Is highly es- HOT A COLD teemed in India, - and is in my opin-K-iHLS tieaxs. ion, the most palft table, as well nsKSsSs? ~, , the most whole-fflfeie™ UAin.l,, dec, some sauce that Signature is on every bottle of GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Sold and used throughout the world. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES. NEW YORK. jrnppmg. GUIOIM LINE, UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Leaving Pier 38 N. R., foot of King at. NEVADA Tuesday, Sept. 6, 3:30 p. n. ABYSSINIA Tuesday, Sept. 13, 9:00 a. m. WYOMING Tuesday. Sept. 20, 3:00 p. u. ARIZONA Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7:30 a. m. WISCONSIN Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2:30 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 all luxuries at sea, perfect ventila tion and light. Cabin Passage (according to State room), S6O, SBO and $100; Intermediate, S4O; Steerage at low mtti Offices, No. 29 Broadway, New York. WILLIAMS & GUION. JAMES MARTIN, Agent, 106 Bay street, Sa • v&nnAh. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FHANCE General Transatlantic Cos. BETWEEN New York and Havre, fouipler No. 42 N.R., foot of Morton street. Travel ers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort of cro sin; the Channel in a small boat. CANADA. FaAKOEun, WEDNESDAY, Sep tember 7. 4 P. M. ST. GERMAIN, Delaplake, WEDNESDAY, September 14,10:00 a m. LABRADOR, Joucua, WEDNESDAY, Sep tember 21, 2 p. M. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wine): TO HAVRE—First Cabin SIOO and SSO; Sec ond Cabin S6O; Steerage $26, including wine, bedding and utensils. Checks drawn on Credit Lyonnais, of Paris, in amounts to suit. LOUIS DE BE MAN, Agent, 6 Bowling Green, foot of Broadway, N. Y., or WILDER & CO., Agents for Savannah. Save Your Cotton, FRUITB and VEGETABLES from Caterpil lars, Worms and Insects by the use of TRUE DALMATION INSECT POWDER. Get the best of G-. M. HEIDT & CO., Druggists. keTslinc’s nursery^ WHITE BLUFF ROAD. T)LANTB, ROSES and CUT FLOWERS. All 1 orders left at Savannah News Depot, cor ner Bull and York streets, promptly filled. GUSTAVE KEXBLING, Proprietor. Shipping, SIfMSIH AID HEW YORK. Ocean Sieaisiij Ooipany. CABIN EXCURSION S3 STEERAGE 10 THE magnificent steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: GATE CITY, Captain Daooktt, TUEBDAY, September 6, at 4:30 p. m. CITY OF MACON, Captain Kkmfton, SATURDAY, September 10, at 8 a. M. CITY OF COLUMBUS, Captain Fisher, TUE3DAY, September 13, at 10 .-00 a. m. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Captain Nickerson, SATURDAY, September 17, at 2350 p. m. SHIPS SAILING THURSDAYS DO NOT CARRY PASSENGERS. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the united Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passags apply to OTL SORREL, Agent, City Exohange Building, Merchants’ and Miners' Trans portation Company. FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN PASBAGE sls 00 SECOND CABIN .... IS 50 EXCURSION 25 00 The steamships of the Merchant*’ and Miner*’ Transportation Company are appointed to sail as follows: BLAOKSTONE, (This Steamer carries no Passengers,) Captain J. C. TAYLOR, TUESDAY, September 6, at 4:00 p. x. SARAGOSSA, Captain T. A. HOOPER, BATURDAY, September 10th, at 9:00 a. m. Through bills lading given to all points Wen. ill the manufacturing towns In New England and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pas senger tickets Issued to Pittsburg, Cincinnati Chisago and all points West and Northwest. JAB. B. WEST A CO., Agents. lit Bay street, OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.’S Philadelphia SJavannah Line. Leaving Each Tort F.Tcrj Saturday FIRST CLASS PASSAGE sl3 Ot tTEERAGE PASSAGE 10 0C CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK VIA PHILADELPHIA.. 80 00 EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOB THREE MONTHB FROM DATE OF issue) to or Through bills lading given to all points East and West, also to Liverpool by steamers of the American Line, and to Ant werp by steamers of the Red Star Line, sailing regularly from Phila delphla. THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP & A X O I¥, Captain 8. W. SNOW, Wf ILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY, YV September 10,1881, at 7:00 o’clock a. h For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to WM. HUNTER A SON. Agents. FOK BOSTON DIRECT. CABIN PASSAGE ...$lB OO STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 OO Beaten and SfiTannah Steamship Line. BAILING FROM EACH PORT EVERY THURSDAY. 8. S. SEMINOLE, Capt. lUllett, THURS DAY, September 8, at 7:30 a. m. S S. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Capt.FooTE, THURSDAY, September 15, at 1:30 p. m. S. S. SEMINOLE, Capt. Haluett, THURS DAY, September 22, at 7:00 a m. 8. S. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Capt.FooTE, THURSDAY, September 29, at 12 x. THROUGH bills ot lading given to New England manufacturing cities. Also, to Liverpool by the Canard, Warren and Leyland ‘ill 68* The ships of this line connect at their wharf with all railroads leading ont of Boston. RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents. F. W, NluakbSON A 00.. Agents. Boston. Savannah, Florida & Charleston STEAM PACKET LINE, Summer Schedule. THE STEAMER CITY POINT, Captain T. GREASER, 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 follows: FROM SAVANNAH FOR FROM 8A VANN AH FOR FLORIDA. CHARLESTON. Tuesday, August 23, at | Friday, August 26, at 9 p. x. | , Connecting at Fernandina with Transit Road for Waldo, Gainesville, Cedar Keys, Tampa and Key West. Close connection made with steamers for Enterprise, MetlonvlUe and Intermediate Land ings on the Upper 8L 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, G, TANARUS, A, SUMMER SCHEDULE. Sealslandßoute to Jacksonville AND ALL OTHER POINTS IN FLORIDA. A DELIGHTFUL sail through a strictly in land watercourse, insuring a fall night’s rest and good meals at regular hours. PALACE STEAMER FLORIDA Leaves Savannah every TUESDAY, THURS DAY and SATURDAY at 4 p. m., connecting at Fernandina with STEAMBOAT 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, corner Bull and Bryan streets. J. N. HABBIMAN, Manage*, WM. F. BABBY, Gen. Agent. GUSTAVE LEVE, Q. P. A. For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE Captain A. C. CABANIBB, WILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 6 o’clock p. x. for Augusta and Way Land ings. Positively ntttTreight ceived or receipted for after 5 o’clock p. x. All freights payable by Manager. grijt FARM GRIST MILLS And Corn Shellers. OVER 25,000 now in use. Every machine is fully warranted. Price ot Mills, sls tos3s;Shellers, $5. Don’t buy a Mill or Sheller until you have seen our terms and Illustrated Circular. Ad- / f/\ 4m dress, with stamp, LIVING-—/ lAJ\ SrON & CO., Iron Founders, Pittsburg, Fa. Central £ Southwestern R. R’ds Savannah, Ga, September 4th, 186 L AN and after MONDAY, September sth, 101, v passenger trains on the Central and South western Baflroads and branches will rax sa follows; HEAD DOWN, READ DOWnI ■No. 1, From Savannah. No. 2, 9:30 a. m. Lv Savannah Lv. 7:30 p.m. 4:45 p. m, Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20 am. S : ® P- m - Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 am. 3:40a.m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50p.m. -:25a. m. Ar Columbus Ar. 1:40p.m. Nr. Eufaula Ar. 4:15p.m. t:JS a. ni. Ar Albany Ar. 4:18 p. m. Ar —Miltedgeviile Ar. 9:44 Am. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. No. 13. AVom Augusta. No. I*. 9:30 Am. I.V Augusta LvT 830 p. ml 3:45p,m. Ar Savannah ...Ar. 7:l6am. 5:t5 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 am. 3:40 am. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50p. m. 2:25a.m. Ar Columbus..... Ar. 1:40p.m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p. in. 6:05 am. Ar Albany Ar. 4:18 p. m. Ar....Millodgevilie....Ar. 9:44a.m. Ar .Eatonton Ar. ll.’SQa. m. No. 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 am. 4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta. Ar. 5:20 a m. 9:44 Am. Ar... Milledgeville... .Ar. 11:30 a.m. Ar Eatonton Ar No. 1. From Macon. No. 5. 8:45 Am. Lv Macon 8:20 p.m. 4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula 4:18 p. m. Ar Albany 6:05 a. m. No. 3. From Macon. No. 13. 8:15 a m. Lv Macon Lv. 7:20 p. m. 1:40 p. m, Ar Columbus. Af. 2:25 p.m. No. 2. From Macon. No 4. 8:00 a.m. Lv Macon Lv. 8:15 p. m. 12:50 p. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 3:40 a m. No. 1. From Atlanta. No. 3. 2:15 p. m. Lv Atlanta Lv. 12:20 night 6:55 p. m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:30 am. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4:15 p.m. 6:05 am. Ar Albany Ar. 8:53 p. m. 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. m. 7:15 a, m. Ar Savannah Ar. 3:45 p. m. No. 4. From Columbus. No. 14. 11:50 Am. Lv....Columbus ....Lv. 12:08night 5:10 p.m. Ar Macon Ar. 6:45 a. m. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:60 p. m. Ar Eufaula Ar. 4;15p. m. 6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 4:18 p. m. Ar...Milledgeville...Ar. 9:44 a. m. Ar Eatonton Ar. 11:30 a. m. 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta ... .Ar. 4:45 p. m. 7:15a.m. Ar.... Savannah..... Ar. 3:45 p.m. No. 2. From Eufaula. 12:00 noon Lv Eufaula 4:18 p. m. Ar Albany 6:35 p. m. Ar Macon 2:25a. m. Ar.... Columbus 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta _7:15 a. m. Ar Savannah No. 18. From Albany. No, 6. 13:02noon Lv Albany..... 8:15p.m. 4:15 p. m. Ar .... Eufaula 6:35 a. m. Ar Macon 5:50 a. m. 2:25 a. m. Ar. ...Columbus 1:40 p. in. 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 12:50 p. m. Ar...Milledgeville 9:41 a. m. Ar Eatonton -,,,11:50 a. m. 5:20 a.m. Ar Augusta 4:15 p. m, 7:15 a. m. Ar. ...Savannah 3:45 p. m. No. 17. From Eatonton and Milledgeville. 2:15 p. m. Lv Eatonton 3:58p.m. Lv...Milledgeville ........ . 6:45 p. m. Ar Macon 2:25 am. Ar Columbus 6:05 a.m. Ar Albany 3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta 5:20 a m. Ar Augusta 7:15a, m Ar.... Savannah Local Sleeping Cars on all night trains be tween Savannah and Auguste, Augusts 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 Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from Albany to Arlington. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Arlington to Albany. At Savannah with Savannah. Florida and Western Railway, at Augusta with all lines to North and East, at Atlanta with Air Line and Kennesaw Routes to all points North, East and West. Pullman Sleeper from Augusta to Washing ton without change. Berths In Sleeping Cars can be secured at SCHREINER’B,I27 Congress street. G. A. Whitehead, WILLIAM ROGERS, Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Supt., Savannah, J. C. Shaw, W. F. SHELLMAN, Gen, Trav. Agt. Burt. SW. n. It.. Macon. Ga. Savannah, Fianda & Wssters By Genera r. Manager's Office, t Savannah, August 27th, 188 L 1 ON and after SUNDAY, August 28,1881, Pas senger Trains on this rood will run as fol lows: FAST MAIL 1-eave Savannah daily, except Sunday 1:20 p m Leave Jesup daily “ “ at 3:40 pm Leave Waycross daily “ “ at 5:05 pm Arrive at Callahan daily “ “ at 7:43 p m Arrive Jacksonville daily “ “ at 8:40 pm Leave Jacksonville daily " “ at 7:35 am Leave Callahan daily.... “ “ at 8:40 a m Arrive Waycross daily “ “at 11:10 a m Arrive at Jesup daily... " “ at 12:35 pm Arrive at Savannah daily ” “at 3:00 pm Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick take this train, arriving at Brunswick 6:00p. m. Passengers leave Brunswick 9:30 a. m., ar rive at Savannah 3:00 p. m. Passengers for Darien take this train. Passengers leaving Macon 7:00 a. m. (dally except Sunday 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 dally at 10:45 pm Leave Jesup daily at 2:40 a m Leave Waycross daily at 4:35 a m Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:12 a m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 8:15 am Arrive at Live Oak daily (except Sun day) at ...11:46 am Leave Live Oak daily (except Sunday) 2:25 p m Leave Jacksonville daily at s:Spm Leave Callahan daily at 6:25 p m Leave Waycross daily at 9:30 pm Arrive Jesup daily at 11:05 p m Arrive Savannah daily at 2:00 a m Palace Sleeping Cars on this train dally 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 dally. Passengers from Florida by this train con nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon 7:06 a. m. dally. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, Cedar Keys and Florida Transit Road take this train. Passengers from Savanrah for Madison. Montloello, Tallahassee and Quincy take this train. Passengers from Quincy, Tallahassee, Monti ceuo ana Madison take this train, meeting sleeping cars at Tebeauville at 9:10 p. m. ALBANY EXPRESS. Leave Savannah daily at 4:25 p m Leave Jesup daily at 7:15 pm Leave Tebeauville daily at 9:85 pm I<eave Dupont daily at 11:55 p m Arrive Thomasville daily at 5:00 a m Arrive BainDridge daily at B:lsam Arrive Albany daily at 8:45 am Leave Albany daily at 4:45 p m Leave Bainbridge daily at 5:00 p m Leave Thomasville daily at 8;45 p m Arrive Dupont daily at I:46am Arrive Tebeauville daily at 8:65 am Arrive Jesup daily at 6:15 am Arrive Savannah daily at 9:05 a m 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 Eainoridge for Apa lachicola and Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday. Close connection at Jacksonville dally (Sun days excepted) for Green Cove Spring, St. Au gußtine, Palatka, Enterprise, Hanford, and ai landings on St. John’s nver. Trains on B. & A. R. 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 Berths and Drawing Room Car accommodation se cured at BREN’B Ticket Office, No. 22 Bull street, and at the company’s depot, foot of Liberty street. J. 8. TYSON, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Master Trans. Gen. Pass. Agent H. 8. HAINES, __ General Manager. Charleston & Savannah By. Cos. Savannah, Ga„ August 7,1881. COMMENCING SUNDAY, August 7th, at 3:35 p. m., and until further notice, trains will arrive and depart as follows: Going North—Trains 47 and 48. Leave Savannah 3:35 p. x., 2:40 an. Arrive Charleston junc’n 8:35 p. m., 8:23 a. m Leave Charleston 8:30 p. X., 8:00 A H Leave Florence....’ 1:55 am., 1:06 px" Leave Wilmington 6:40 am., 6:25 pm. Arrive Weldon 12:60 p. x., 1:25 am. Arrive Petersburg 3:45 p.m., 4:15 am. Arrive Richmond 4:45 p. m., 6:10 am. Arrive Washington 9:30 p. m., 9:10 a. m. Arrive Baltimore 11:26 p. m., 10:50 am. Arrive Philadelphia 3:30 a. m., 1:26 p.m. Arrive New York 6:45 a. m., 3:50 p. m. Passengers by above schedule mane close connections for the North and East, via all rail Bay Line tnd Old Dominion Line. ASS'—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 )ot that train. Excursion tickets to New York and to return till October 31st at thirty-six dollars. Tickets on sate on Saturday evening to Charleston, good to return on Monday morning, at two dollars. Coining South. Leave Charleston 7:10 am„ 3:30 p. m. Arrive Savannah 12:50 p. x., 9:30 p. x. Augusta and Port Royal Leave Savannah 8:35 p ■ Arrive Port Royal. 8:06 p' x. Arrive Augusta 10:30 p x. Leave Auguste 1:80 p. x. Leave Port Royal 4*o P x. Arrive Savannah . 9-30 p x Arrive Charleston 9:30 p! x. 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. 28 Bull street, and at Ticket Office 6,, F. A W. R’y Depot. _ _ „ C. 8. GADSDEN, Supt 8. O. Boylston G. P. A. CHARLES 0. LAMOITE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WTT.T, practice in the Courts of this State and of the United States. W ill also give prompt attention to Notarial business. Office. Boom No. 19 Commercial Building, | over Post office.