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SAVANNAH iIUKKK r.
. r-FIOE OF THE MORNING NEWS, I
Savannah, December 8. IWI, i ?. M. |
i'.iTTON,— I his market opened quiet, with a
; ,jhi demand, and closed dull. Sales 1.908
tile*. We quote:
Hiddlui* fair 1136
• diddling 1 K
. in*
. -idling ’fK
Ordlrary l’J4
n 0
Sf, T la.vd —There w an active demand
f r t is st'pr to day at firm values. Sales 1 &
bass We qu te:
• ,-tar-- c .mmon Georgias aeaat
Common t'ondas 24
M diooi Fi >rid*s 8i
q t Fiori
Ve ‘i mi fine rlon-taa 264 £27
Kiorii (nominal) 28
f x’ra tin- rl -ndas *no *,ina’) 29>ft:0
i HlMimrailvr 4'nilnn kiairmant.
Receipts, Exports, anil Stock on hand December 8, 18' , 1, and
for the tame time (ant year.
1891-83 ISBH-81.
Sen | Sea I
hhmil j Upland, Island. \ Upland.
Stock on band Sept. 1. ... ‘'B 11 '*x? *<! I" "®
Received to-day 72 4 -51 7 B’B
Received previously 8.835 410 9'29| 8,289, 5T5.731
Total 5.175 447,100| 5,807 1 CS.T.O ’7
Exported to-day *.4)>o| .... 9,82’
Ex ported previously 2,tM!s| 857 Hi 7 j 2 878 883, 02 j
| 'o’al 8,986 853.0171 2,318. 898 724
Stork on ini.i. i. ni,.
1 hur. luc-mlur I t.blO 84,021 3,2)1i 181,318
Kick here was ave-y active demand for
tin- grain *o-' l ay at steadv and unchanged
values. Sales 78-i ba re Is. We quote:
lair. .... 596®53<
. .mi 6
PkT.r, ..... .8 <j
19 "ice 74
Country lots 93S$1 20
Tide water $1 'o©l 65
Naval Storks.—The demand for rosin was
J. dI. -day st very firm values Sale- ‘0 bbis.
-q t ?2 75. 14' bbls H 1, K and 31 at quota
V - - vl * bN. Kat $-• 624. M 5! 8 J4.N f t 24.
„ „ K !:i ,r 4. ion bbls. F. $2 11, F * *9s,
i; -* tO. li $; 15. 1 *i 25. K ?2 75. >1 $3 o>. N
j; |-JU. Total sates 598 bbl *. There *< no’ h
i„e u .e in spirits turp ti'ine. and our quota
tl - are therefore nominal. Weq-io'e: ttosios
it a a 95. F. f 1 9 ©2 Id. F *2 1 (>@2 '-5. G
I -Jti H 8-' 10.i2 15 1 **ii2 25 K
I , M .* 8 CO N |3 1 4. win
a a ghb.. *3 :f7‘- Q3 5J buirlts turpentine—Oils
and wh-®kv 52Jt-v. -eeula-ri 53te.
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT
Spirits Rosin.
On hard April 1. 1881 2,10 k 53.627
ltecive<l to-day. ............... 3 6 1.193
Received previously 47,936 200.33 >
Total 50 363 255,131
Exported to-d5y................ —. 301
Exported previously 47.3.’4 20'.0:3
Total J.. 47.324 200 326
Stiv-k on hand and on shipboard
I)--cemi>er 8 3/ 4 1 54 835
Rece ptssame day iast year... 122 445
i- ~-ciai- • i-riiii* roci.Tiig.— >e-v
- ■ jt> ■. I’. ! adif. ftrtvbol. $4
French. $5 294(45 30; Reichsmark. **-*. N
V r i.-ti t* nange *<•" n* % e ;-r>
dis-to'int • ’ s- i'-ng at 4 to 4 per cent. off.
Money is no easier.
• —rr tv • osx -City I fc HMU.-*Wit
quiet and nominal. Atlanta 6 per cent.. US
4 <*„. gusta 7 pei coni liN cio
1:0 v-.roL . irr' 6 |er 0 nu, U 5 hid. 1(6
s . -j. Coium •-> 71 -r cent. 84 bid, 85 asked
Ms.-7 pet or:., '9 “>*o 1 0 asked. New Si
vaonah “* Ter cec* . 864 bio. 87 ask°d.
-smiu. - kuui tlrm, but little
being done. rrorgm aer 1 , lebs, ill nu>,
1.2 --i a. Georgia 6 per tent., coupon?
V .ru:ry and Au-ust, ruatitrity 1880 ac.-
c S aid, 19: ail o.ske-1; Georgia mo
-v: , W. V A. li-vtroed -eguiar 7 per cere.
• : a , i -ry i 2-ay. maturity 18-8. 1104
v. .. : 14 .*F’d: Geotgta7 ner cent, gold,cuu
ytartorly, U 7 oid, 118 asked; Geerc.o *
3- -o: . coaoonsJanuary and July, mat-i-ut
’S in. '.24 old. 125 s-it‘- J
- -frxrK' —Marlc-t (lrm and ac'ive fir
Coot-sl llailrosd, a-i.l • h-r stocks q-net.
Ce tral c nnmo-i. *-div , l-? 4 id 129 rJ.
An aan j vauuei- ■ at *u ranU-tm
ex-dividend, 12 , !24 asked. ieorAiace- .
iu (4 .. .. 1-5 a-ke.i - .tewes’e-r- t per
r , ex-iiv, 121 -10.1224 e*r
Central Railruail •> le-r cent certiflcn.e ind.,
ex-div , i*s>% bid. 96 asked
i-na*<i3. farKei steady and un
changed vtiau -c 1 Oiiil ISI :jD* 1-
4..., -r >nt., coupon? January and
mat i- v 1-37.112 hid. 114 asked, atiautic £ Jr. '
9 'dor-eicily of Savaona: .' per cent., 90;;-
pon J*u. at,<l lai.v. m aturity 1-C9. 73 bid. 75
vtke X. Omtral 'rin?- oia;od mortgage 7 |1- '
seat, coupons January and July. [Daturiti
I l **'?. 118 bid 119 asked. Georgia 8 per
c-nt ---i one Jan. :<nd July, maturity.
136 01 J. ids .!-<*•. M •bile * r'erand 2d mert
rvge endorsed •< [>ereent., coupons Jen. an -
July, maturity 'B3s. 1134 bid. !!94 asked.
M-ialgcrnurr and Mu -V>. ls Ist mort
gag-: 6 p**> en'.. end by O-itrai Itailru'i
136 aid, V 64 ssv- 1. Charlotte. Columbia A
Augi-u-a is l ai'tq’e, ItlJ4v--. IWasked,
lotv*. ‘Joiiunoia t Augusta 2d mortgegt
101 hid. 'O2 asked. Western Alaham.a 3d
ait’ge, end. 9 per cent., 114 bid, 115 tasked
toutb Gteirgm .v Florida ea lorse-i, i!3 bid,
1 4 a-ike) : Ho'ith Georgia S 2d ruor*
g , E e. 99 hid. 10'4 asked.
Htcos.—Marsel steady and unchanged; g-oj
demand. *e quote: t ear rib kta“s.
shoulders, 844<- ; dry laiteu cl"ir rib side*
lcn-> Heat. 4*c.: shoulders. 8c ; hams. 14® oc.
Haooino am> Ttss.—Market stead ; act v-i
de liana; full stock. We quote: Iwi -ami
a quarter-pounds at 1294 c.. two-pounds at
>ne aud-threr-quaruT-poun Is, at 104
aii'Hc. ron Tie;--ti b! ! -*l 75 bundle, ac
cording to -.rand and Quantity. Pieced ties.
*1 25®i 60. .
Drv Goo--8 -Th market is strong; stocks
ample; goo 1 demand. We quote Prints. r >®7>.:
G-T-ia guru -alrt-ng, *4, 6c.; 4 do., 7c.;
4- urown sheet in Bc.: white osns burgs, rt,©
104 -.; check- Bi 9.; varns. 95a for test
ci *; !>-■’ w n d—i iiw* 7V4®B3^c.
Gr-in -An advance has taken place in th
W. sten 111 irketa aril oil? I*C .1 market i
-8-r-n er The receipts coi tine light, end the
tendency •fth • mar et is upwards. We quote
here; (Torn, w'-'te. 88® * C.; m.xea, 86c. Oats
firm at 62a Bran. 81 30.
m,.ick - Mars“t easy; full stocks: demand
light We qu .te: Superine, *► 00®6 50: extra,
J 7 Ik, 50 family, 38 0® 8 50. fancy. 9 s)®
1010: Takers’. #8 2-23 75.
tiA?.—.'tarkci fairly stocked: g >od demand.
We quote, at wiio'esale: Northen., $1 20©1 2>;
Eai ero, *! t!5: Western timothy |1 35
n sia Wool, rc.—Hines—Market steady,
and unenanged We quote- Dry dint. MHc ;
jvi-.i, j, 1.4 c. Wool—Not hi g doing. We
quote: Unwashed, free of currs. prime lots.
2:_.; ourry wool. !o®lßc. Tallow, 5o : wax.
*)c doer skins 4W- ; rt— kin *0 4th
Tjlßd —Tut uiAftft is flro And
qnaie: n wrew. li>4c ; fceiw ana
liV4c
i ‘ranges.—ln good demand. ITloridfcs, drops,
2
-1 i.t —The demand is fair and the market
strong *r; car load iota BJc . f. o. b.; small Kits
5.- ®3i jO.
i-REIGHTS.
hcMßKß.—<>v WJti-The scarcity of coastwise
tonnage, he-et )f >re noticed. W continues,
th-re h-iug no disengaged vessels in
port and Verv light offeru gs t arrive.
In off-hore husints there i< hut little comg,
anil qu -ta ions are generally nominal. Uur
Riu.ei- mciuoc me range of wvtiia.'.,
I'arien, Brunswick and batilla. from Hto
to I .IX) being paid here for change of mad
lcc port. We quote: To Baltimore and Cbav
,e- P ports. *8 50 J 7 00; Vo Phiiadelphia._*7 00
and 7 5 i- to New Y’ork and Sound ports- e 5 i'tl
S 0O; to doetoc and eastward. $6 50®* 00. U
ohn, S. B„ 98 5009 00; llTnaber fi *
21-rf er thno tutnber rates'; to the West fame?
(O * TinnwaM. 38 u>.-E'h A'- to S-ietb Amerc-o
* - ..to Spaciai! ami Mediterranean pone
til 5001? 00. to .i.i‘aj tor order?.
Umber 3-ia.Coba.. .umoer Jis Kko.
fTtit
r—OS- The market is well supplied with
foreign tonnage, bota steam and sail.
aaaerpoou *.a.aw kra, w .... ** '’T 1
Liverpool, via Ballimore, B * Jf,
Liverpool, via Boston, V B ... ■
tjverpcol, via Philadelphia. - • - - iff*
Antwerp, via i
Antwerp, via New York. J *>
art, vua New York, B
're-Tien, via New V B J*c
I re-net. vta Baltimore. T w J* 0
A: 1 Uer lani, vit Sew Nork. S B ...
Ho;,;r.i.-g. via New York.
Sea Island, H J
Sew York, bale J ™
3ea Isiand, 9 bale j);
Fhl'adeiphia, baie JJ®
Sm Niand. # hale * „
Baitiinore. w bale J *
Fvcvideoee. 44 hale * •*'
■Jvawpnoi i* <
Havre W
Barcelona 3*
Am-retdam 1132 J
Aic-. By 'TEAM.
New lvlk . , ..wvk 9: 5t
New York, fl parrel 60
° > Isleiobia. * -yak 1 V
Phi la eiphia, bbl 60
Slsil, x cask i - 1
Boston. V bbl 75
N*i Sti-.-e*. —ckxu.—rvostb aud sp.rltft, 3?
6LSES* 6‘. 10 T'nite-J Kingdom or Continent;
tj S-* y irk p)c on rosin. We. on spirits
*tean.—To New York, rosin, 30c., spirits 80c :
h t'hilaiieiphla, resin 30c.: spirit* ! Y>c.; to Be-
Crcore. r -vin 4l*C.. Spirits 15c.; to Bost-ou, rosil
45c., spirits *Oe
OJUNTRY PRODUCE
irown Fowia, 1* pair ... 45 O 50
' ireeajuartars grown. S pair.. "5 fj. 40
Sggs. 9 do* 30 O
Sutter, mountain, 48 1b *i Q 3C
i*eacut*—Fancy h. c. Va., §1 lb., 9c. O
“ Hand picked 18 lb 8 "V
“ Etraight Virginia 7c -<*
“ Tennessee a s*
Florida Bugar,
Ficrida Syrup, f> gal’
Honey, ? gal!-'
oweet Potat
Pont,'*- ' r
M*
91AKKBTS BY TELBCRAPH.
NOON REPORT
nMANCUA.
Kontxw. December 8 Consols. 99 5-lt fer
money; 99*6 for account, Erie, 46%.
Kw Yore December B—Stocks opened
generally weak. Money. 6 per cent, per an
nuiii. Exchange—long. 94 HO; short, 94 84. State
bond* moderately active Government bonds
steady for 4ons and 4s (coupon), and higher for
other issues.
oottom.
Liverpool, December B—Cotton opened
with a moderate inquiry, which was freely
supplied: middling uplands, 6 W-lsd: middling
Orleans. 6 11-16A; sales 10,'00 bales, for specu
lation and export 2,000 bales; receipts 25,000
bales, all American.
Futures: Middling uplands, low middling
claiioe. deliverable In January and February,
Hll 3 !®3 9 16d: deliverable in February and
March, 6 17 2&J: deliverable in March and April,
6Hd; .leliverab e in April and May, 6 11 16d:
le iverahle la May and June. 623 32d deliver
able in June and Ju y, 6 t5-:2®6J4d. Futures
firm.
1:30 p. m.—Jiiddiing uplands, 6 9-16-1: mid
d me Orleans. 6 11-liid; low middling uplands,
6 7-'SJ: go id ordhiar , 6 5 !6d; ordinary, sJ*d.
Nnw xoka, December B.—Oouon ope. tea
heavy; saie- 228 bales: middling uplands.
2 ; middling Orleans. 12 5-'6c.
Futures— .uarket opened steady, with sales as
foiioes: Deceruber. ll t6c: January. 12 0-c;
F-nruarv 12 £BMarch, 12 47c, April, 1J bit;
May. 12 77c
PROVISIONS. GROCERIES.ETC.
Liverpool. December 8. —Lard,s7s6d. Bacon,
short clear ini.d es 44 6d.
New \orb. Decemoer B.—Flour opened
-lull and heavy Wsea'. heavy and 4©tAc
lower. t urn cull and abcnc 4c lower Fork
quiet tut fl.ra at
11 24c. Spirits tuipeiitice, stio. ltosin, 52 2U
<si,'i 2 > for *1 ru.ru-1. Freigi.ls steady.
risLTiMORa, December 8. Floui opened lDm:
Howard street <.ml Western super ce, 94 0
vps tti; ditto extra, fsis©t 37. ditto family ,t 6 62
*7 2i;cirv ini'ls superrtne, 14 50® 2*>: ditto
extra. t 5 50iA6 25; ditto family, $7 50fi8 00. Rio
sr-r.UA II 37: Pauap-ox' family. *8 25
55iieat-Soutiiern stronger: Western higher
am firm Southern red. sl3
$1 *-'at 1 48; No. 2 Western e n .-1 r*-o or* the
->p?-i ami December deliverv $1 39ftl 394. Jan
uary * 414 j *il 42, February $1 45^1154 March
9 74*:@1 484 t>To—southern firm; Western
higher ana strong; Southern white, 0. faosftc.
EVENING RKI OKT
VIMAXCIA L.
Rio Jankiro, December 7. —Exchange on
London. 2241-
lAisiHis, 11-cemlier 9, 4 p m.—Erie, 47.
The weekly statement of the Baik of Eng
land show? uii increase in specie of illi-6,010.
.Atuts Decembers. 3 31) pm.— men tea, 86f.
spm —Rentes 85f 90c
Paris. December 8 —1 he weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows a specie increase
of s,2sii OAi francs in gold, and adecrease of 2 -
800,- Ul francs in silver.
•<u I December 8 —Fychange, 94 80.
4-.””'prc,n baud? quiet but firm; new fives,
1024 font snr* a bai :e r cent?, 44 four per
. I’B4. Money 6 per cent, per annum and
1-32 per cent, per diem, state bon.*- inactive.
BuL-foA- "--"iw: OotP. $:6.841 683 uu;
ourrency, *4.622 669 00.
Stocks extremely dull throughout, as fol
lows:
-*.,CASS A,'? tr*‘. 81 L’viile it Nash... .10-1^
Alu.c*.'-eA.-mali 81 Memphis SL dear. 10
Ala., class li. 5a..10 4 Nash. & Chat 85-44
Ala., dess O. 45.. 82 N. Y. Oeatrai.... .1884
Ctuca. A V'rth’n.l 74 Firm6ll re 136
“ preferred -.1,0 Richmond # AHe 8‘
81rl.~ 3:4 Richm’dA D'nv’e.’33
E. Tennessee Rd . ’4ys tuoca iawalm... .13(4
Georgia R 161 Wb.,Bt. L & Pac 424
iUino-eo-Ltru. ..1334 W..Bt.L.&P. prrf. Bi4k
Lake Shore. I>B| Wesreri* Umoa.... 854
58W p. ra.—Follow mg are the closing quota
tions of the New York stock Board:
Gw-tgiar,? 102 Manhattan E1ev..*574
“ 7a, Encrtgage. 1 14 Metropolitan Ele. 96
“7a goi-- 1',7 MiciiiganL'entrei. 924
Louu ahS cofisois 19 Mobile ft Ohio.. . 364
S. Ocroi.i a, cid.. 35 N. Jer-c-v Ontr’i. 954
“ “ new ‘.2 Norf. & W’d pref. 57
" "fencing . 12 New York Elev’d. 109
“ *■ ape ciai tax 9 Ohio and Mis’pi.. *#4
Tesneeset- ta. 72 OhioftMis’pipref .107
" new 714 Pacific Maii *5
Virginia 35 Panama 195
" oOßSOiideted. 764 Quicksilver 13
•* deferred 184 " preferred.. 6i
Adsms Express...l'B Reeding 684
Am Van Express.. 97 Bt. Louis* s an F.. 3
Ch'peake ft Ohio. 27 “ •* pref 644
Oi-i'-ugi-ft A r.-r.. 334 “ “lpref.l(s
Ch’go, St.L.&N.O. 63 St. Paul 064
Oots’d&'ei *'<•• . 3t4 “ preferred.. .119
:>em., L--ct. & W. >214 Texas Pacific 634
-'on V.'cr-. 1364 Union Pacific....llß4
HanxJbai ft HLJ6 *-V>4 U. S. Express .. '.44
Harleu 200 Wells & Fargo... 135
M-'.'-e... A - I'. 904
* C ffered at.
COTTON.
Liverpool, December 8, 4:00 p. m.—The sales
of me ay included 8 200 bales of American.
Futur -s: Middling uplands, low middling
clause, deliverable in December, 6 17-320; deliv
er aide iu 1* ceniber and January, 6 17-32d.
5:00 p m.—Future-: Middling uplands, low
middling lause. deliverable in February at and
'larch, t. 64; deliverable in March and ap.il,
62l 32d. Futures dosed fir n.
.vew Yo s, lncenitjer B—t’otton closed dull
and t-a?y; sale? £O7 bales; middling uplands, 12c;
middling Orleans. 12 5-l*e; net receipts lOi
gidk? receipts bales.
F-rniv? closed steady, with *oi-s of 116,000
bales as 'allow s iJecembcr. 11
ary 12 1 562)12 06c; February. 12 23c: March.
12 445 2 46- April. 12 6'*912 61c; May,
12 72 12 : 3:: Juuc. 12 83c; July. >2 92<*.-.
12S-3-; Au -ust. 302 - M ":c: heplemher, 12 35
p*. 2 :17c October. 11 72ig1l 74c; November,
It 524911 sic.
1., v, - - Drcemher B.—Cotton weak, lower
ost 11: midiling i'4;. low midil’ing He. good
iron r> lOvyc: net receipts 4,02-1 bales; groES
-B-oir'a hales; sale® :,45<) bal“: stock
Kt 1.099 ba'e-: exports, to France 1,579 bales,
coastwise 4 058 bales
NoasOLK, DcCtmtajr 8. —Cotton dull aid nomi
nal; middling 114’-': net receipts 50 >5 bales;
grins r - cdp's hB!": stock 71,b8 ’ bales:
aa'es 1,3 .5 baies : exports coastwise 4,i*64 bales
Bal?*xoa. December B.—muou quiet;
mid tin U%o: row micdling 114s; good or
al iar> 104 c; net recce's —ba ,-s; gross re
ceipt" '8 i- dies; snle- ,V 0 bales: sales to spin
ners 40J o-*‘e: 'o*t £9, 86 bales
'list s December 8 cai.ujc quiet; middling
124 OR il4c; good oM.uary I('4 •
aei receipts 1,571 bales: gross receints 1,6 5
ba'es; Mies pales; stock 4.60) bales.
WiLsnpnwYji, December 8. —Cotton dull;
mid Mill- 11?s low -niddiiog 10 15 16c: good or
dinary 10c net re'.*ipts 1.406 bales; gro?s
-seem' ba'ec antes — eiea- stock 20,938
bale?; exports to the continent 1.530 bales.
pHiL.An-- .-HCA, Decemoer 8 —v/oiaun quiet;
middli'— 2'4“: low midiliieg lljgc; gooc orui
nar> \ % net rcct'pt? 6-9 ba* s: gross re
c-it'* 2. 50 >ales-. sal*— dales; sales to spia
ner® 274 a.es: stoet 18,53' bales.
Y*w jRLrAN*. Dec mber B—Cotton quiet;
midlMrr- 114 c; low middling 11c; goou or
dinary 10Uc; a-t receipt? 16.596 bales: gross re
owm, 19, 74 bales; sr.i“ c 4 S<JU bale®: stock 311,-
508 -ia!-?; export®, to Great Britain 4.750 bales,
to the continem 918 ba e?.
JlcK'i* December B.—Cotton dull; mid
dling 114' low middling ’o4c; good or
dinary I**4': n?t receipts 2.0®6 bales; gross
ro*-.-,pr? 2:55 bales: sale® 101' bales: stock
46.191 bait s; exports coastwise 1,026 bales.
Mur December 8. -- <*Uon dull; mid
t- - • :14c u* r- 'til? 2,751 bales shu ments
2,667 bw’.-re: •'- 1.800 ?’-. stock 84.948 bales.
.--Oo:~'-ta, Decemijer 8 —Cotton quiet; mid
lle; low -nidd]"-® 104 c: good ordinary
104 c: OC- re*-e'-te 1, 99 be*es; shipments
•wo.ee: sai®* I,o*l
I'm®-*®” December B.—Cotton dull and
nominal p ices too unsettled to quote; net re
-- ... 3,5 0 >ai-- -: cr s- r* cet;" —naies -aa'es
5 o V- -- 101,786 boles: exports, to Great
Britain 1.9 6 hales, 10 France 1,9i bales, to the
comment 1,021 b ilea coast wue 1,?97 bales.
Nxw York, December 8. —Coueo'ldated net
receipts for an corion ports, 40 865 bale®;
-vnort®. to Great Britain 6,716 hales, lo France
3,592 bales, tj the continent 8,8t>9 bales.
HOVIt'ObA. '-RO*:C® I Mb, Pi
Livsrpool, December 8, 5:00 p. m.—Linseed
Oil, -6s 34.
uiihxm. December 8,4:00 p. m.—Turpentine,
41sJ4is 3d.
Rio Janeiro, Drcem v er 7.—Coffee, good
firsts. 42 U)<ft 13 50 rei® per ten kilos.
Santos. D cemhr 7 —Coffee, superior San
tos, 39 OUjt-U 00 reis per ten kilos.
s*r < ®* Decrmi.-er 8. —s our. Mouthern,
du:i ami dropping; 00-nmon ro fairextra,ss Oo
615; good to choice extra. $6 BOQB 3'4
Wheat unsettled; opened a shade better;
afterwards became depressed and fell r-ff 4®
lc; cl.-siug with a litGe more strength: un
gr.ded rd. $1 2 itl 42-y; ungraded wfci e
*1 i7-ai 40: N > 2 red,i>ecemberdeiiv*-ry,sl 4:4
y.\ 42.4 Corn opened a shade stronger; sub
g.queiitly oeclio and; elf-sing firm: ungrade t, 68
gib-He: eW white Southern, choice 77c on
dick. No 2 Dei-emher delivery ,704‘r 7 :c. Oats
a shade better aid mod ra'eiy active. No. 3,
49c Hops dull and In buvers favor Coffee
quiet but firm; Rio, 84au4c Bnirar dull and
nominal; fair to goo 1 refilling, 74 174::
flns, q .let- standard A. 9c. Mnlarse., foreign
dill aud nominal: New Orleans firm aid iu
tair drm aim at *0 6<c for new crop. Rice
fa rlv active and steady. Koair very firm at
s:2>fj2 23. Tu'pentine higher and strong at
sagi.‘64c Woo. quiet but steady: domtetic
it®-®,.-® 3- ft 50c: Texas. 7fc3lc_Pnrt lower and
du l: old mess, on soot, S 7 25^517 51; new. on
spot,? 810 ft I' 25 Middles dull and unse'tled;
long’ cl-ar, 948tt9ttc: short clear. 94c Lard
openeo lower, closirg fl-m. whh decline re
covered; prune steaui, on spot, 1130-tll 35c
Kreigh s to Liverpool—Market firm; cotton,per
steaui. 5-32ia 4d „ „ , ~
L • it • ecember 8 Flour nominally un
ch *nped. Wheat opened firm; then broke;
c*o?ed firmer, with partial recovery; No. 2 re.
-1 i 354 for cash and January. Corn alow;
*3 ■ for case; 614 c ror December. o®ts ?l*?w;
4 Fie for ca-h t rovisioi s—Perk slow; mess,
S7O -y bid for January bu k meats very
rlow and unc anged. Bacon verv slow and
unchanged; only small jobbing trade. Whisty
steady. $i 16.
Chicago, December 8 —Flour steady and un
charged. Wheat unsettled and ge' eraily
I -wer. v o 2 l hicago spring, $1 28&1 284 for
case: sl-84 for December. Corn in tair de
mand iut low-r. Oats fairly active nd a
shade higher; <s4c for cash; 454 c for Decem
ber. Frovi ioi S— Ure-sed h"gs aiesdy at 680
©7 i0 Pork ac ive hut lower; old $ 6 so.new
I7 -5, for cash and December. Lard unsettled
and lower; 1 05c for cosh and December
Bu'k in-ats steady; shoulders, 65 c: short
rir>. 9c: short clear, 9 85c. Whisky steady and
u tic-bang-d. „ ~
ha.. . * o-**. December B.—Oats, nothing
done; pri -es non inally unchanged Provisions
qolet and unchanged: 51oa pork, sl7 75
, U r sii--"Id rs and clear rib s"'es,
packed, 8 - ana 9J<c. Bacon 94c
rl, lit. Lard,
reined. 124 c. Ooffee steady; to*, -rgoes, or
dinarj t.. a.?, 84®104c quiet; A soil
Whisky firm at $1 Hi- ’ relghte
U \ *oh>.*aw“ Decemlv“r 8. -Flour quiet but
steady: superfine. f4 [email protected] 00: high grade®.
s>■ -.5ia7 75 O'en higher at .8 _ 84c. Oars firm;
choice [email protected] 8c Provisions—Pork dull and
lower: mJ£sl7
II Lac :246c Bulk meats close 1 scarce and
firm? ®rmulden<. packed. 6 9h®7 00c; riM and
long clear 944 c Hac<i quiet but steaoy. Hams,
iu/ar . S at 1241*13c wnwky firm St
$l Dual 16 'ff • dull; Rio cargow, ordinary
to pnoic. 84*-12c. Kiigsr
common to good commoD, yellow
c arified, Molasses in active demand;
p ime ro choice h'gher at Rice firm
at 5 s*4c _ , „ _ ,
1 iscinnati. December 8 —Fleur dull and
)ow**r to 8-i*. WhMst dull; No. *rw wintor,
i .'-7fjl 38 rv>?n S'rong. 6'4' 66c. Oa'S firm
'9c. Pork quie at sl7 2531? 75. Lard quiet
Bulk meats quiet; shoulders, 6fcc;
'<acon quiet and unchanged. Whisky
*5; combination sles of finished
on a basis of $1 *5. rugar
New Orleans. 7H&B 0.
id ashads higher; com
-6 28; packing and
— r CSr r l^ LX ' December 8 —Flour quiet: extra.
a 6 9°; choice to fancy,*? 50<aS 00 Wheat
wawlL* 1 ,t * a i T * 'O4doa steady
PFOFtaions—Pork and Lard nominal
Bulk meats steady: clear rib. c: oiaar 9W
Gl* COn t^! e 2f rib< ' Hna, wigar mrrec.
Whisky steady, $1 15
<vrrwtrotos December 8 —Spirts torpor
tme firm at 58c r win firm at $1 90 for
“ and 95 tor food Strained. T® qulst
_* a >5 ' 'rude firpenttae ste*dv at 18 2. for
hard. $3 50 for yellow dip, and $2 80 for virgin
linreriori. Corn unchanged.
.Stopping SntclUgrnrp.
MINIATURE ALMANAC-THL3 DAY".
Sun Risks * 6-52
Sun Sxts 4.54
Hioa Water at Ft Pulasei. .9:50 a m. 10:09 p a
Fai av. December 9, 1381.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
_ Steamer Florida, Usina. Florida— Woodbridge
& liarrimuti.
ARRIVED AT TYBEK TERTERDAY
Dark Lid®) j ilf (Nor), Grunder*eu, Malaga—
A S Hei'le & 0 .
Bark E ina(Br), Mitchell. London—Richard
son & Barnard
Bchr A Heaton. Boyd, New York Master.
Schr a* a F Whitney, Bartlett, Wood's Hole
—Jos A Roberts A Cos
CLEARED Y'ESTERDAY.
Steamship Juniata, Howe, New York—G M
Sorrel
Steamship Azilea(3r), Adams, Reval—A Mi
nis & Sons.
•-chr Fannie W Johnson. Outten, Jackson
ville, ballast to load for Wilmington, utl—Jos
A Roberts & Cos
Rehr l< a Lawrence, Young, New York—Jos
A Roberts & Cos.
Schr Win Jones, Collins. Doboy—Master.
SAILED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Juniata. New York
Steamship b mliard (B<), Gothenburg.
Ship FrtV.irita (Ger). Bremen.
Bark Pohona (Br) Liverpool.
Bark rikoma(Br), Liverpool
Bark Royer,,ft(Br). insacola.
Schr Wm Jon- s, Doboy.
VIF.BICKANDA
Tybee. De7®nib®r 8. f :00 p m—Pased up,
schrs Graca 'ndrews, A Heaton. Ada F Whit
ney. Pearlers.
Pt-ssed out, steamships Juniata. lombard
(Br), barks P -huna (Br) 1 itoma (Br). Victoria
( r), Roycroft (Br), ship Favorita (Ger), schr
Wm Jones
Arrived to day for orders, barks Fdina (Br),
Lidskjalf (Nor).
At er.chor, outward bound, bark Nellie T
Guest (Br),
At anchor, inward bound, bark Ariadce
(Nor).
Waiting, barks C hristof horns (Btch), Ruth
(Nor).
Wind NE, 12 mi'es; cloudy.
New York. December B—Arrived. Panto Do
mingo, Servia. Ciiy of Sn Antonio. Bene
factor, Rio ' -rauue. Breakwater, Vincenzo.
Florio, D-ruvter.
Arrived cut. Ontario, Effective, Crimion,
Homeward, Faritta. Ua)v stt.n.
Lat-r—Arrived out, barks Times,' Coosaw;
Betty, Savannah; Cashier, Norfolk; Herbert,
Galveston; Ponema, Charleston; Qua, Savan
nah.
Homeward, Viola.
Boston, December B—Arrived, D B Everell,
Edwd R Ebit on.
St Jago. Cuba. November 22—Cleared, bark
Pancbito (Pp), Als nl. Sav nnah.
Philadelphia D- cember 3—Cl ared, s?hr Kate
V Ai ken Brower. Savannah; sth, schr John J
Taylor Hudson. Bavann-h
Darien. December 6—Arrived 4th, schr M A
Fo som. Ruse, Portland, Me
Cleared sh, b iir Olinda (Port), Cunha,
Oporto; schr Sarah Potter. Brown, Aew York;
6th. ba>k Sirian Star (Br), Meiuick. Bull
The Norwegian liark Ariadne is consigned to
Messrs Lippman Bros, and not as pteviousiy
ft parted.
RECEIFTS.
Per steamer St John's, from Florida—72 bales
sea island cotton. 2 bales upland cotton.
Per steamer Florida, from Florida—l6l bale-s
upland cotton, 16 bales sea island cotton, 57
57 pkes mass.
Per Charleston and savannah Railway, De
cember B—2o bale® cotton.
Per Savannah. Florida aud Western Railway,
Deceinoerß—l,7l2 hales cotton. 54 cars lumber.
1 car wood, 5 cars cotton seed. 1 car i-locl-s. 1
cr rice, 1 car ma.-hinery. 1,041 bbls rosin. vs'6
bbls spin’s turpentine. 9 hhls syrup 108 bbls
and 1.545 boxes oranges. 973 sacks rough rice,
19 bales hides, 17 hales yarns, ai.B 11n.se
Per Centra* Itadmmi. liec*-m *er 8 2819
balescotton, 540 sacks cottonseed. 15 b-xe®
bottles, 192 bales hay, 103 keg® white lea l, 14
pkgs furniture, lcireoal 12 boxes casti g®, b
bbls whisky, iu half bbls hi?ky, 21 hea lho s s
-.5 bead c trie. 8 crat-s paper boxes, 5 cases
plains, 4 bbls poiat *es, 40ca es tobacco, 5 bahs
domestics, 6 bales yarns, 12 bales paper stock,
>57 bbls losin. 70 bblsepiri’s turpentine. 11 twrs
hi ik, 9 cars lumber. 3 bbls syrup, 88 pkgs
mdse.
EXP-)RTS.
Per steamship Juniata, for New York—
-2.023 bales upland cotton, 303 bb's rosin, 31
bales papier s* nek
Per steamship A z tlea Br), for Reval—s,4oo
bales upland cotton, Wrighiug 2,546,6 y pour.ds,
valued at $26 ,74 6>.
Per schr lua Lawrence, for New York—3s2,-
85 feet lumber.
PAtbLMeKKH
Per steamer Florida, from Florida—Mr Good
se 1, A cchults, K Bingham, Mrs Maiy Jones, A
Blasdell a.*d wife, Captain Wm ALcSuer, RH
Brewer, aud 2 deck
UmsiuyEEb.
Per steamer Florida, from Florida—O Ilnr
riman, H livers A Bros, U C Gemuuden, Mr
Btaesdell, R Habersham’s 8* n A Cos, B & C R R,
W Gordon a Cos, bendneuu Bros A Cos, D Y
Dancy. Bala win A Cos, Juo Fianner* A Cos. A H
Comer A Cos, C F Stubbs A Cos, Williams A W,
L J Uuiuuartin A Cos.
Per enirai ttauroad. Dec mber B—Fordg
Agt J W Schley & Cos, Henry Yonge, G Jlacker,
Loeb A E, Juo Oliver, Allen A L, W> by A C. C
E Stubs, E A Schwarz, B H Levy, Mrs tl Nieter,
J B needy, Agr s-r City Po.nt, C J Biackshear,
SCohen, S Gucaenheiuier A Son. R Kiickiand,
H ilyers A Br s, Darne.l A S, J tl H Paiker,
Frank A Cos, D): Bacon A * o, Lee Roy Myers.
51 Brown, A R Lawton, Lippman Bros, D G
Patton, Ecaman c V, A L Hariri ge, u D Ar
den, Savannah Oil Cos, Peacoc**. n A Cos, Wii
liams AW, CL Jones, J W Newton A Bro,
Order, H M Corner A Cos, Woods A Cos, Chas
Ellis, L J Guiimsrtm a Cos, Jno K aunery & Cos,
W W Gordon A Lo. I A Solomon® A Cos, Walter
AH, J e Wood A Bro, Knoop, Frerichs A Cos,
K J Davaui, J P Kaininuuu, M rersi A v o. .1 C
Thompson, Ratherfoid A CKMuWniCo,
F M Farley, J W Latiirop A Cos, Estas A Me A,
West Bros. Baldwin A Cos. W ood, ridge AH,
M Maclean, C C Hardwick, J F Wheaton. Millar
A K, H F Grant A Cos, N A Hardee’s Son A Cos,
Order.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway,
Decemter B—Fordg Office, Peacock. H A Cos,
C LJ* nes, A T Lee A Bro, W u Jackson A Cos,
J B Reedy, Lee Roy Myers, John J i cDonough,
R B Ueppard, 11 Y Henderson 1 L Fam A C<,
Bendheim Bros A Cos, M i- er-t A Cos, Myers m A
W, W E Alexander A Son. J J Dale A Cos, Hoi
combe. G a Cos, McDonough A B, Cockshutt A
J, H Myers A Bros, Crawford A L Rutherf rd
A F, R Habersham’s Sou A Cos, M B Milieu, N K
Lee, J C Thomason. W RSilyerbeig, K B Cas
sel®, J W Irvin, G C Gemuuaen *>i A Cohen.
F M Hull, S J Whiteside, Baldwin Cos, Bond
A S, Savannah Uii Cos, D Y Dancy, A Lefiler,
Hosiaa* AH, W I v Her, W W Gordon A Cos,
Jno Flannery A Cos, L J Guiiraartin A Cos. F M
Farley, C F Stubbs A Cos, W W Chisholm A Cos
Woods A Cos, H M Corner A Cos, Waiter AH,
M Maclean. J W Latiirop A Cos.
ac.
Walliiim Watches
IN -
(iOLI) m SILVER CISES,
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
DIMONDS, JEffELBT
-AND—
SILVERWARE,
At the lowest possible prices, at
M. STERNBERG’S,
24 BARNARD trvET.
Crorberg, &c.
/:■ - " •- ; 'X

Sjn:
PATENT SPITTOON.
With Mat Ornamental and Useful. Protects
the Floor. Call and see them, and the
finest assortment of Staple and Fancy
CHINA AND GIA'SWARE, ETC.,
Ever brought to the city, at
CROCKERY HOUSE
—OP—
JAS. S. SILVA,
140 BROUGHTON STREET.
—f aitt gtUrr.
UWciuuolism
Neuralgia, Sprains,
Pain in the Back and Side.
Thera is nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use of Perry Davis’
Pain Killer.
This remedy is not a cheap Benzine
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from fire or heat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor is It an untried experi
ment that may do more harm than good.
Pain Killer has been In constant use
for forty years, and tha universal testimony
from all parts of the world Is, It never
fails. It not only effects a permanent cure,
but It relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, It Is safe
In the hands of the most Inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Pain
Kiu.gr would fill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says:
About a year since my wife became subject
to severe suSerinqr from rheumatism. Our
report wih to the Pain Killer, which speedily
relieved her.
Charles Powell writes from the Bailors'
Home, London:
I had been afflicted three years with neuralgia
ana violent spaemsof the stomach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital gave up my case in
despair. I tried your Pain Killer, and It gate
me immediate relief. I have regained my
strength, and am uow able to follow my usual
occupation.
G. H. Walworth, Saco, Me., writes:
I exiwrieneed Immediate relief from pain In
the side by the use of your Pain Kii.i vb
E. York says:
I have used your Pain Killer for rheumatism,
and have received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says:
Have used Pain Killer for thirty years,
and have found it a never-/ailing remedy for
rheumatism and lamenesa
Mr. Burdltt writes:
It ito give relief In cases of rheumatism.
Phil. Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes:
From actual use, I know your Pain Killer
Is the best medicine I can get
All druggists keep Pain Killer. Its price
Is so low that it Is within the reach of all,
and it will save many times Its cost In doctors’
bills. 25c., 50c. and SI.OO a bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
For ®al hv Lippman Bros, and Solomon* A i lo
(fiottou iartors.
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*+** ************* ***** *** n o-ihhhhhhhhi
JOHN KLANNKRY. JOHN L. JOfIN**ON.
JOHN FLANNERY & CO.
Cotton Factors,
—AND—
Commission Merchants,
KELLY’S BLOCK, BAY BTREET,
SavannaJU, G-a.
Bagging and iron ties for sale at
ci’khf.nt market rates
prompt ATTENTION GIVEN to all
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON
OONSi 4NMF.NTH OF COTTON
*&. W. *oOKDON. HKNKY BRIGHAM.
W.W GORDON & CO.
(Successors to Tison A Gordon),
Cotton Factors
—AND—
Comm ission Merchants,
NO. 112 BAY HT.. SAVANNAH, GA.
p AGOING DIRECT FRO WF vCTORIES AND
L> arrow ties just L anded from s.
8. ‘IRENE MORRfV FURNISHED CUSTOM
EKS AT i OWEST MARKET PRICES
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
OF COTTON.
T. W. ESTES. A. C. McALPIN.
ESTES & IdLPIN,
Cotton Factors
—AND—
CIMi>S(W 31ERCBITO,
108 BAY STREET,
R4Y4VV4H, ... GKhßr.lt.
v?nraaus?ioo
D. H. BALDWIN. JOSEPH HULI*.
GKO. J. BALDWIN.
IEALDWO & COirilf,
D&ALERBIN
Fertilizers, Bagging, Ties
—AND—
Commission Merchants,
18 WILIJAM STREET, N. Y.
HO Bay Street, Savannah, Ga,
AGENTS FOR THE
IMPROVED LIGHT DRAFT
Gullet “Magnolia” Gin.
—ALFO—
The Hull “Sea Island 99 Cotton Gin,
A PERMANENT and successful improve
ment upon all other Sea Island Gins, mak
ing a.® good if not better lint, and at the same
tim** dofnar rwicf th# work
Hlactottmj, ac.
J. W.^TYNAM,
Engineer and Machinist,
SAVANNAH, GA.
Machine, Boiler aad Smith ShopF
COR. WEST BROAD AND INDIAN BTB.
All kinds of Machinery, Boilers, etc., made
and repaired. Steam Pumps, Governors, In
jectors. and Steam and Water Fittings of all
kinds for snle.
ionics.
FOOD UNITED WITH THE BEST REPARA
TIVE TONICS,
AROUD’S
FEMUTGIXOUS WINE,
WITH QUINQUINA AND ALL THE NUTRI
TIVE PRINCIPLES OF MEAT.
REGENERaTOR OF THE BLOOD.
This preparatton will be found especially
beneficial to i e*s ns suffering with Chlorosis,
Anemia. > nienr.rrboea, and in all cases of de
bility resulting from a vitiated state of the
blood.
General Depot. J. FERRE, successor to
Ar<*ud, I 2 Rue Richelieu Dari?.
Messrs E FOUOKRA & CO.. Agents, No. 30
North WiiUam street. New York.
For sale in Savannah, Ga., by LIPPMAN
BROS.
icr sale.
FOR NAFF,
Genesis Point, Bryan Cos.
CONTAINING 1,170 acres. Over 100 acres
black rush lan < in cultivation; good banks
and back water; a boo 130 acres upland
cleared, good dwelling, kitchen, barn, ec. A
superior stock range. Apply to J. A. KEL
REtt, 14 8.. F & W. K’y. If not sold pre
viously. will be sold before th® Court House in
Savannah, FiRST TUESDAY IN JANUARY
NEXT.
ROB. HABERSHAM'S SON ft CO..
Sxvinnah. November 2 1881. Agents.
RAIIROtD end MINING STOCKS
Bought, sold and carried on mocerate margin.
Fractional o?de s ex-cuted satisfactorily. In
formation relating to S>ock operations mailed;
also references of high standing.
UKNKYI-. KAYMOJSD & CO..
4 and 6 Pme aireer. New York.
CORRESPONDENTS:
MATTHEWS ft JUDD, Brokers. Scranton. Pa.
R. R. SIWKft CO.. Brokers Harrisburg, Pa
GO to the "FAMOUS” New York Clothing
House, 140 Congress street, Savannah, Ga.
pmittarg aod Yartrtg (Soofls.
GRAND CHRISTMAS EIHIBITIOH!
—at—
Platslet’s lew Variety Store,
18 BROUGHTON BTREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
- -COMMENCING
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1881,
When will ba presented for the inspection of the public the most extensive, cheapest and best
selee;ei stock of
Toys, Bohemian Glassware, Silver-Plated Ware,
CROCKERY', BRONZE dOODS, BASKET3, FANCY ARTICLES, ETC.
OTJJR STOCK OF DOLLS !
Cannot be surpassed in Savannah as to variety and cheapness.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Every FIVE DOLLARS worth of goods bought entitles the purchaser to a CHANCE on the
Large aad flapicently Dressed Show Dull!
Which will be raffled on MONDAY, December 2ith, at 10 o’clock a. m. This DOLL positively
excels any yet seen in this city.
OUK WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT NOW READY.
Merchants would do well by calling on us before purchasing. Extra inducements offered to
the trade.
mum;
180 Brougliton
Holiday PresEnts,HoMay Presents.
A lot of handsome and useful Holiday Presents, comprising an elegant assortment, will be
open TO DAY. The largest stock, the richest stock, and an endless variety of
MILLINERY AM FANCY GOODS!
Tempting bargains throughout our many departments, for Instance;
Ladies 9 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets.
CHILDREN’S FELT HATS in all shades. STLK't SATINS, PLUBHKS, VELVETS. BROCADES,
MOIKE and 051BRK RIBBONS in sll width®. FRINGES and PAbSEMENTERIES in Chenille,
Jet, Ca;hm re and Steel. < LOAK , ULSTEKs and WALKING JACKETS, LACES,
EMBROIDERIES and BEaDEi* LADES, COLORED SATIN COR
SETS, MISSES’ CORSETS.
KID CLOVES! -KID CLOVES!
High novelties in LACK FICttUS and TIFS, HOSIERY in new styles for Ladies’. Gents’ and
C ildren, ZiPHYKS, CANVASES, etc , GENTS’ FURMSHING GOOLS.
SHOEN-"S ? I OESiz—SHOES.
if riirrrifs.
Behold, Christmas Is Goii” ¥ls New Year’s.
Hold Your Orders
THE RED GROCERY STORE,
As we will jrive low figures on tlieni. Iteceiviiig larere stock of
< lirist in as Goods, T* incs, 1. iqm rs pd Cigars, aud a thousand
different articles too uumernus to mention.
RUSS Alt & C., 22 & 22 1-2 BARNARD STREET,
Keai- Solomon’s Drug Store
1. iiiiisim\.
Headquarter - for tlie Famous “SWOKRR’B DRFAM” CIGAR.
Thelinestsc. <Lifjarat oul> ,$-o per thousand.
FRESH and CHOICE GOODS for the HOLIDAYS.
Selected TEAS, Pure COFFEES and SUGARS.
THE CJIIOCER,
The VERY BEST NEW FRENCH PRUNES at only 10c per pound.
Fresh CaN GOoDS and a full variety of FaaCY GROCERIEIS.
21—=BARA3ARD STREET==2I
Direct Imported w INFS and other good things for the epicure and invalid.
Satisfaction guarantied Prompt delivery of goods.
SAVANNAH, - - HKOUOiA.
Headquarters for the cid hrated 4-year-old HIRSCHMAN’S
BONANZA HI KEY, ar only $2 25 per gallon.
r JL % . >i> 1 >,
153 AND 155 BAY STREET.
1,200 Bus Rust TroofOats.
Q/IA BARRELS IRISH POTATOES.
O’' U 200 barrel? APPLES.
100 barrels ONIONS.
25 barrels SWEET POTATOES.
50 sacks VIRGINIA PFANUIH.
!0 sacks T6;NNE?EE PEANUTS.
50 ssevs BLACK 6 YE PEAS.
50 sacks - L\V PEAS.
1,000 V.ales HAY.
CORN OAT-4, BRAN. GRITS. MEAT*, ett
tflßtfetDp.
Lewis HanfF db ]Bro.,
154 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.,
THE GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE,
‘'ffer the l>et bargains and most reliable goods to be fonnd any
where. Everybody in want of Clothing, Hats, Gents’ Under
wear, Shirts, etc , wil save one-i lii'd of their money by buying
of us. We offer afi st-class Suit for $4 50, worth $7 50, an
$8 Suit tor $5, a $lO Suit for SG, asls Suit for $ 10, a B**2o Suit
for $ 13. Be sure to examine our stock before purchasing,
E. HEIDT ”
HAS JUST REPLENISHED HIT STOCK OP
Olotliingr and Hats
WITH LATE STYLES IN
Walking Suits,Dress Suits and Business Suits,
Young Mpn and Men. Alo, SCHOOL, SU'Ts and DRESS SUITS for Both and KILTS
and TWO PIKCFD > UITS for ( hilriren. eith a v.ry large stock of OVERCOATS in the
latest (.t.les, find in all Biz*-8 froo. Brys to Men OUR PRICtS FOR ALL AR< THE VERY
LOWtsr THS. MARKET. Our stock of HAT* is rep e te with every fashionable stvle for
*-5,™ eD H °y*- * uofr Men and Men, at prices which cannot ne surpassed KINi+OP SHIRTS.
nfnJpu U V JE i Kl ' l '^ R ’ TI * S BOWs SCABF FINR and hJNGR. SLEEVEBUTTO'S,
• .rf - etc .-’ in endues vane-y, at popular prices. Our stock i* very full and respectfully in
viteaU to call and see it. We have just opened a large lot of WORKINGMEN'S VANIS at $1 to
51 75. which Is verv cheap.
HEtDQPtHTKhS FQW noon rLOrwiivo, 139 roNCREH'i rtbbkt.
apron fiflair.
Dr HARTER'S
t.EtrrLKMEJt: 1 was suffering from general debility to eucb an extent mat ml labor vuexceeding dT bur
densome tome. A vacation of amontb aid not give me mucb relief, bat on the contrary was follow ed by
increased prostration and sinking chills. At this time I began the use of your Iron Tonic’from which 1 t*"
allied almost Immediate and wonderful results. TbsoldVTem returned tu.d 1 Sound that’ Tore#
was not permanently abated. I base used three bottle.of the Tonic. Since nsinglt 1 have doaVtwrtctTtb* > la
tar that I evjrdid 1. the same time during my Uinea,. and with donbirTha aS With tb2 m
and vigor of body, hat come also a clearness of thought never before enjoyed. Lftha Tonle has aot* done . the
work. I know not what. I give It thenredlt 1 P, W >Tao*Paator Christian Chnrch, Troy, O-
(The Iron Tonie fi o'
preparation of Pi-.-
toxute of Iron. Peru
vian Bark, and Pkatt
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These drawings occur monthly (Sundays
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General Assembly of Kentucky
The United States Circuit Court on March 31
rendered the following decisions:
IST—THAT THE COMMONWEALTH DIS
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2u—l'Tß DRAWINGS ARE FAIR.
N. B.—This company has now on hand a
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SI Prises, 100 each 0G
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AMSTLiiDAM AND ROTTERDAM
The first-class steamers of this line,
AMSTERDAM. ROTTERDAM,
SCHIEDAM, P. CALAND,
W. A BCHOLTEN, MAAS.
Leave Watson Stores, Brooklyn, regularly
Wt-DNESDAYS.
First Cabin s6o—s7o. Becond Cabin 845—850.
Jjjteerage $26.
For freight apply to Agents of OCEAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
SAME RATES TO AMSTERDAM AND ROT
TERDAM.
H. CAZAUX, General Agent,
u 87 South William street, New York.
Wppinq,
umm m sew ml
Oc Pi §!&]} COUP?.
CABIN S2O
•EXCURSION
dTKERAfW 10
r rilF. magnificent steamships of this Company
A are appointed to sail as follows:
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Captain Nickerson,
SATURDAY, December 10, at 8:80 a. m.
GATE CITY, Contain Dioowit. WEDNES
DAY December 14, at 12:00 noon.
CITY OF WACON, Captain Kemptom,
SATURDAY, December 17, at 8:30 r. m.
CITY OF COLUIROUS, Captain Fisher,
WEDNESDAY, December 21, at 6:00 p. if.
Through bills of lading given to Eastern and
Northwestern points and to ports of the United
Kingdom and the Continent.
For freight or rassnge apply to
G. M. 30RKEL. Agent,
Olsy Exchange 3nl:df--g.
Sftsrc-htfjjw* j?<i Miner*' Tram**
Qompanj,
FOE BALTIMORE.
OAR'N PAW AOH - SU Of
SSOcKD CABIN If V
EXCURSION...-. a v
The steamships of this Company are ap
poin'ed to sail from Baltimore fo- Savannah
EVERY WEDNESDAY and S \TURD\Y and
from Savannah for Baltimore EVERY TUES
DAY and FRIDAY, as follows;
GEO. APP OLD,
Cartain H D. FOSTER.
TUESDAY, December 6, at 8:00 a. m.
SARAGOSSA,
Captain T A. HOOPER.
FRIDAY, December 8, at 10 a. m.
WM. LAWRENCE.
Capt. J. 8. MARCH, Jr.,
TUESDAY, December 13, at 12 x.
Through bills lading given to all points We**,
all the manufacturing towns In New Englai and,
and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through pa
* anger tickets issued to Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
Chicago and ali points West and Northwest.
JAB. H WEST A CO.. Agent*
114 Bnv street.
SilEAli tTEAMSHIP CO.'S
Philadelphia {Savannah line.
Gsavisg Each Port Every Saturday.
FIRBT CLASS PASSAGE fIS 00
steerage passage io oc
OABIN PASSA GE TO NEW YORK VU
PHILADELPHIA. 20 00
EXCURSION TICKETS TO PHILADEL
PHIA AND RETURN (GOOD FOR
THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF
ISSUE) .. tt, 00
Through bills lading given to all points tint
*nd West, also to Liverpool by steamers of the
American Line, and to Antwerp by steamers of
"he Bed Star Line, sailing regularly from Phila
delphia.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SAVANNAH,
Captain J. W. CATHARINE,
WILL leave Savannah on SATURDAY,
December 10,1881. at 9:30 o’clock a m
For freight or passage, having superior ac
commodations, apply to
WM. HUNTER A 808.
Aeeut*.
FOK BOSTON DIKFCT.
CABIN FASBAGB ...*lB 00
BTEBRAOB PASSAGE 10 OO
Buttes or! 8a Tan Kail Steamship Li tf,
BAILING FROM EACH PORT EVERY
THURSDAY.
S 8 WORCESTER, Captain D. Hedge
THURSDAY, December 15, at 1:30 p. m.
8. 8. SiCiVI INOLG, Capt. H K. Hallstt,
THURSDAY, December 22, at 8:00 a. m.
8 8 worn Eil'KK, Captain D. Hedge,
THURSDAY, December 29, at 1:30 p. m.
rHROUGH bills of lading given to New
England manufacturing cities. Also, to
Liverpool by the Cuoard, Warren and Leyland
lisas.
The ships of this line connect at their wharf
wltr- ail railroads leading out of Boston.
RICHARDSON ft BARNARD, Agents.
F. W. NICKERSON ft OQ-. Agents. Bested.
WINTER 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’s
rest and good meals at regular hours.
CITY OF BRIDGETON ANO FLORIDA
From Savannah every TUEBDAY, WEDNFS
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY k at 4p. m„
connecting at Femandina with
STEA-WBOAT EXFKEBB 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 Bt. John’s and Ocklawaha rivers.
Connection also made at Fernandina with the
Florida Transit Railroad for Waldo, Silver
bprings, Orange Lake, Ocala, Gainesville and
ledar Key, thence by steamer to Tampa,
Manatee, Key West, Havana, Pensacola and
:i-w Orleans.
For tickets and staterooms apply at office
LEVE ft ALDEN. corner Bull and Bryan sts.
On and after the 21st November the
STEAMKB fAVII> CI.ABK
Will sail every MONDAY AFTERNOON at 4
o'clock for lhe BATILLA RIVER, touching at
S-. Catharine’s, Doboy, Darien. St. Simon's and
BrungwicK, and every FRIDAY AFTERNOON
at 4 o’cloc < for DARIEN, touching at interme
diate landings.
Through bills of lading and through rates of
freight issued for all stations on the Brunswick
ami Albatiy Railroad.
Freight* for St. Catharine’s, Doboy, Cane
Creek, St. Mary's and Batilia river payable in
Savannah.
WOOD BRIDGE ft HAHRIMAN,
General Agent*.
G. I.EVE. G. P. A.
or Aueusta and Way Landings.
Steamer Alice Clark,
Capt W. T GIBSON,
WILL leave every FRIDAY at 6 p. m., from
wharf foot of Drayton street, for Augusta
and way landings. Positively no freight re
ceived after 5 e m on day of departure. Ail
freights payable by shippers.
JNO. F. ROBERTBON,
Agent.
For Augusta and Way Landings.
STEAMER KATIE
Captain W. H. FLEETWOOD,
WILL leave EVERY TUESDAY at 6 o’clock
p. m for Augusta and Way Landings.
Positively no freignt received or receipted
for after 5 o’clock p. m.
All freights payable by shippers.
JOHN LAWTON,
Manager.
For Charleston & B6sufort,S.C. v
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
Inside Route.
STEAMER CLARENDON
Capt. TOWNSEND,
TFTILL leave wharf foot of Lincoln street
W EVHRY lUEBDAY MORNING at 6
o’clock for above points.
WOOD BRIDGE & HARRIMAN,
General Agents.
FOB AM BTKRDAM.
'J’HE A1 Norwegian ship
HOIDEN,
JOROE'SEN
having t v e larger portion of her cargo en
gaged will have dispatch as above.
For balance of freight room apply to
A. fullarton a go..
Agents,
GO to the “FAMOUS’’ New York Clothing
House, 140 Congress street. Savannah, Ga
Bailrtrfls.
Florida I Westera I
PcpKßTVTMniorr’s Omoi .$
Savannah, December 8. 1881.1 ®
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, December
1881. Passenger Trains on this road will I
as follows;
FAST MAIL.
Leave Savannah daily at 11:10 A.
Leave Jesup daily at 1:25 P.
Leave Waycrow daily at 2:41 P.
Arrive at Calishan daily at 4:45 P,
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 5:30
Leave Jack-onville daily at 9:00 A.
Leave Callahan daily at. B:#T A.
Arrive at Waycross daily at 11 :?8 A.
Arrive at, Jesup daily at 1:90 P.tf
Arrive at Savannah daily at 3.40 P.
Drawing room co-ches bet wee* Sav&nn
and Jacksonville on this train.
Passengers leavirg Macon 7:00 a. in. de
connect a 1 Jesuo with this train for Florfi.
also connect at Jo-up with th's train forSav
nah. Charleston, anu the North.
fr>m Navannah for Macon ts
this train, arriving rt Macon 7:50 p. m, c
necting with t entral Railroad for Atlanta 4y
the West.
Passengers from Savannah for Brungw
take this train, arriving at Brunswick 8:51
m.
Passengers leave Brunswick at 10:80 a. 1
arrive at Savannah 3:4(1 p. m.
Passengers from Florida by this train o<
nert at Jesup with train arriving in Macon
7:50 p. m. daily.
This train stops only at Jesnp, Wayort
Folkston, Callahan and Jacksonville.
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
Leave Ss van nab daily at UrOOP
Leave Jesup “ 2:46 Aa
Leave Waycross “ 4:46 A
Arrive at Callahan *• 7:00 AS
Arrive at Jacksonville “ 8:00 A
Arrive at Live Oak daily (except Sun
day) at 11:30 A
Leave Liv- Oak daily (except Sunday) 2:80 P
Leave Jacksonville dailv at 6:00 P
Leave Callahan “ 7:10 P
Leave Way crons “ 9:55 P
Arrive Jesup “ 11:40 P
Arrive at Savannah “ 2:30 A
Palace Sleeping Cars on this train daily I
tween Savannah and Jacksonville, Washingv
and Jacksonville, Cincinnati and Jacksonvt
an-’ Louisville and Jacksonville.
Passengers leaving Macon at 7:50 p. m.
nect at Jesup with this train for Florida dal
Passengers from 9 lorida by this train o<
nect at jesup with tram arriving at Mac
at 7 a. in. daily.
Passengers for Darien take this train.
Passengers from Savannah for Brunsw
taking this tram arrive at runs wick 5:30 a
Passengers l-avlng Brunswick 9:UO p. m.
rive in Savannah at 2:35 a m.
Passengers from Savannah for Gainesvl
Cedar Keys and Florida Transit Road take t
train.
Passengers fr m Savannah for MadiM
Momicclio, Tallahassee and Quincy take t
train.
Passengers from Quincy. Tallahassee, Moi
cello and Madison lake this train, meet
sleeping cars at Waycross at 9:38p. m.
ALBANY EXPRESS.
Leave Savannah daily at 4;B> P.
Leave Ji-sup daily at 7:30 Pi
Leave Wa> cross dany at 10:10 P.
Leave DuPont daily at 1:15 A.
Arrive 1 homasvtlle daily at b:45 A.
Arrive Bainbridge daily at 9:30 A.;
Arrive Albany uaily at 11:00 A.'
Leave Albany daily at 4:40 P.
Leave Bainbridge daily at 4:30 P
Leave Thomasville daily at 8:80 P.
Arrive DuPont daily at ] :15 A.
Arrive Wavcross daily at 4:00 AJ
Arrive Jesup daily at 6:16 Aj
Arrive savannah daily at 9:0o A,
Sleeping ears run through between Savant
and Tnomasviile daily without change.
Connection at Albany daily with passnj
trains both wavs on Southwestern Railroad
and from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, i
bile. New Orleans, etc.
Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge for Apalac
cola and Cotumbus every Thursday and 8
day.
Close connection at Jacksonville daily (G
days excepted) for Green Cove Strings,
Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise. Sanford i
all landings on 01. John’s river.
Trains on B and A. It K. leave junctf
going west at 12.20 I*. M , and for Brunsw
at 3:43 P M , daily, except cunday.
Through TVkets sold and Sleeping •
Berths and Drawn g room Car accommo
tions secured at Bren’s Ticket Office. No
Bull street, and at the Company’s Depot ft
Of Liberry street.
J. S. TYSON. JAS L TAYLOR,
Master Trans. Gen’l Pass’r Agen
. B. G. FLEMING, aapg
Geatrai SQUihwestsra H. RV
Savammh, Ua., September 4:h, 188
0?) and alter MoNDa l, September trh, 1
ptw -ceger trams on the '.eutra: auvJ SOB
tvo'tern AAI/csulf • tad U/aat' m tSiiM
follows
a mao uown. aoM
i,J. 1 rr:wi -vieinnjk. >•’
9:20 a. m. Lt.... .Savaunan i,*. . .3- p..,
4:45 p. m. Ar August* At. oST.’ s. <
6:45 p. m. Ar Maccm a. 77f.-a. J
3:40 a. m. at Attautt. At. li:Wrp.l
2:25 a.m. Ar Col cm bn- at, i:lp.
Ar Eufauia Ax. *:i£ p.l
6:06 a.m. Ar Albany ar. t;fc p,|
Ar....MilieOgcvuie.... ar. 9:4 a.
Ar.... LatontcE Af. I'.-yo a.
Ao. 13. NVu m svK'ii. .Vo. *. l
9:3b a in. Lv Augusta Lv. a:oo p.
3:45 p.m. Ar Savannah Ar. ?:15a.
6:45 p.m. Ar Macon Ar. 7:20 a.®
3:40a.m. Ar Atlanta Ar. lv:sopx
2:26 a, m. at Columbus Ar. 1:40 p.jj
6:05 Am. Ar Albany Ar. 4:18 pil
Ar....Mihe'Jgevaie....Ar. 9:44 a]
Ar Eat.oi.u;H *r. ll.’3baj
Ao. 2. yroru Macon, Ao. |
7:10 a. ci. Lv Macon „i,, 7:85 p|
8:45 p. m. Ar Savannah Ar. 7:15 a, ;
4:45 p. m. Ar Augusta Ar. 5:20a. j
9:44 a in. Ar... Miiledgevilie....Ar ,T3
11:30 a. m Ar Kair>nton Ar. ......J
Ao. 1. AVu?', .Waf irr. Ao, if
6:45 a.m. Lv Mac on ... b:2bp,f
4:15 p. m. AT turaula ..J
4:18 p. m Ar Albany 6:05 ail
Ao. 3. lAuTS Tfmue* .Vfi, l
8:15 a. m. L-r Macon L*. i p
1:40p.m. Ar ....Columbus at. -’;ies p
Ao. 2. rtna n<px*n. Ait
8:00 a. m, Lv. Macon... ....L. 5:16
12:50 p. m. ar Arianta Ar. 1:49 a.
Ao. 1. rrnm Ao.:
2:15 p.m. Lv Atlanta LV. lr:2oni
6:55 p.m. Ar Macon Ar. 8:30 a
Aj Eufauls dr. 4:15 pi
6:05a m, Ar Albany,... ..Ar, 4:18 p.
2:26 a.m. Ar Ooiumbm ....Ar. 1:40 p.
Ar... Miliedgevi 1e... Ar. 9:44 aS
Ar Launn.cn Ar. 11:30 a]
5:20 a. m. Ar Augusts Ar. 4:45 p,
7:15 a.m. Ar Savanneb Ar. 3:45 pj
Ao. 4. iVrim* uiivdJiim .Vo. lj
-11:50 a sa. Lv ccinmous ....Lv. ,:wnui
5:10 p. in. Ar Macon Ar. o:45aJ
3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta Ar. 12:50 pT
6:05 a. m. Ar Albany Ar. 4:18p.
Ar.. .Miiledgevnie. ..Ar, 9:44 a
Ar.....Ea-ontoi> ar. 11:30a. ;
5:20a. m. Ar Augusta ... .Ar. 4:45 p.
7:15 a m. Ar.... avannb Ar. i:45 pi
Ao. 2. From Inciiuv*
12:U0 noon Lv nufau.a
4:18 p.m. Ar Albany ~,fe
6:35 p.m. Ar 31acon ■
2:25a. m. Ar.... Columbus |
8:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta
5:20 a.m. Ar Augusta ....I
7:15 a.m. Ar Savannah M
Ao. 18. frY<tr>i /lil'iiu} Ao '
12:U2 noon Lv Aibauy 8:15 p.
4:15 p. m. Ar Eufaula I
6:35 a. m. Ar Macon 5:50 a
2:25 a.m. Ar.... Columbus 1:40 p.
3:40 a. m. Ar Atlanta U:SO p.
Ar...Milledgevihe 9:44 a
Ar Eatuntoc a '
5:20 a m. Ar Augusta 4:45 p.
7:15 a m. Ar....savannat 3:45 p
Ao. 17. Front luii-‘.t.u ji.ie.,, -e, atv
2:15 p. m. Lv Latoutun I
3:58 p. m. Lv.. .Mintageville ........ .......
6:45 p.m. Ar Macon
2:25 a. m. Ar O.dumbos
o:05a. m. Ar Albany
3:40 a m Ar Atlanta
5:20 a. m. Ar Augusta ri*
7:15a. m Ar.... Savannsb s
Local sleeping car. on all uignt .rains *
tween Savannah and Augusta, August*
Macon and Savannah and Atlanta.
Uoutic .turn*.
Eufaula train connects at Fort Valley
Pern iaily (except nunday), and at Cuthl
for Fort Gaines daily (except Sunday).
Train on Blakei.v Extension runs Mondi
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from Alb
to Arlington Tueaiays, Wednesdays, Frid
and Saturdays from Arlington to Albany.
At savannah with Savaunan, Florida
Western Railway, at Augusta with all line
North and East, at Atlanta with Air Lane
Kennesaw Routes to all pomte North. I,
and West.
Pullman Bleeper from Augusta to Wash
ton without change.
Berths in Bleeping Cars can be secured!
BCHREINKK’B, 127 Congress street.
G. A. Whites sad, WILLIAM ROGER
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. esupt., Bavani
J. C. Shaw, W. F. BHELLMan.
Gen. Trav. Ag* enpS. *’ “ waeo^j
Charleston & Ry. (
Savannah, Ga . November 27th, 186*
COMMENCING eUND\Y, November 271 h
4:15 p m , and unlit furiher notice, trt
will arrive and depart as follower..
Going North—Trains 47 and 43.
Leave Savannah 4:15 p m. 3:35 .4
Arrive Cnarleatoa 9:10 p. m. 9;.0
Leave Charleston 8:15 p m. 8:00 ip
Leave Florence 1:55 a. m. 1:05
Leave Wiunmgton 6:40 a. m. 6:26 ?
Anive Weldon 12:i.0 p. m. 1:25 J
Arrive Petersburg 3:10 p. m. 4:15 8
Arrive Rich mood i :30 p. m. 6:3u 1
Arrive Washington 9:3 < p. m. 9:10 A
Arrive Baltimore 11:35 p. a. 10 50 Jf
Arrive Puiladelphia :;0 a. m. I;zs it
Arrive New York 6:50 a. it. 3:50 ft
Passengers by above schedule connect*
Charleston Junction with trains to and fi!
thr North, and f -r the North and East, via 1
rail Bay Line and Old Dominion Line.
IS 1 - Passengers by ihe 3:#> a m train rr '
procure tickets at B<eu’s office before 9pt
The depot ticket office will not be open Jar if
train.
Coming South.
Leave Charleston 5:55 a. m. 4:40 I
Arrive t-avannah 10:45 a. m. 1u;30 1
The 4:15 tr, in from S-vaunuh, and 5:66 j|
train from Charleston, make no stops bets ,
Yemassee and Charleston.
Auousta and Port Royal.
Leave Savannah 4 ; j5 i
Arrive Port Royal s-05 |
Arrive Augusta i-.10-.-O I
Leave Angus a . ]!>o f
Lr-ave Port Royal 4.JJO I
Arrive Savannah ... m
Arrive Cuarleston ... N;,Q 3
For Tickets, sleeping Car acconitnodsi
and further information, apply to Wm. Bre
Bull street, ad at Tic et Offloe Bavait. I
Florida and Western Railway Depot
„ _ „ „ C K. GADSDEN. Bur l
8. a Boilston, G. P. A.

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