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~ gAVAXSAH market. OFFICE OF THE MOUSING NEWS,* &AYAMKAU, Dec. 8, IP, M. 1 COT-ON.— The market wm firm, but there or no the demand. T *e stock offering is still light. Tho total naies for the day were *,109 bales. On ’Ohauge ■ t the opening oall, at 10 a, m., tho market ‘ reported firm and unchanged, with sales . 795 bales. At the second call, at Ip. m., 0 w as dull but steady, the sales being 311 isles. At tho third and closing oall, at 4 * m.. it was firm and unchanged, with sales P j ) 003 halos. The following are the official closing 8P ot quotations of the Cotton Kx~ thange: ■hiddling fair Good middling #V4 Middling tow middling 84 Good ordinary 8 % , Ordinary nominal cfsa Island.— The market continues steady •rd unchanged. There was a fair inquiry and about 120 bags were sold during the day at about q notations. We quote: C ommon Georgias and Floridas... .13%@14 Good medium Medium tine Fine .19 (4 Extra fine 20 ns Choice 21 @ Comparative Cotton Statement. receipts, Exports and stock on Hand Dec. 8, 1886, AND FOR THE SAME TIME I,AST TEAR. 1888-87. | ISSS-86. Sea I Sea 1 Island. Upland.! Island Upland. Stock on bad Sept. 1 1.149 4.394 551 3.298 Received to-day 83 5.147) • A3J6 Received previously 13,657 532,667 . 12,929 492.396 Total 14,889 542 018 13,480 500.010 Exported to-day | -U77 Exported previously ] 9.850 404.692 8,612, 393,692) Total I 9.850 404,692 | 3,642 1 395,169| Stock on hand ar.d on ship- 1 i , ) ;>oarvl thin day. |* &.OH9 1U7,32G | 4 t ß3Si 101,841 Rice.—The market remains quiet, with prices steady and unchanged. The sales for the day " ere 105 barrels on the basis oi quota terns. We quote: Fair 3%(£3% Hood 3Um% Prime. 4 ® 4 % Choice -• Rough— Country lots 6596 65 Tide water 90®1 10 Naval Stokes. —The market, rorspirits tur pentine wa quiet and firm. Tho sales for the day were 392 casks at 38%. for regulars. At the Board of Trade on the opening call the mar ket was reported firm at 33%c. for regulars. At the last call it was quiet at 88%c. for regu lars. Rosin—The market was quiet and firm st quotations. There was a good demand and shout 1.875 barrels were sold during the day. At the Board of Trade on the first call the market was reported firm, with sales of 1.286 barrels, at the following quotations: A B, C amt 1> 90c.. E 95c. F H 00, G $106a107%. If $112%a115. 1 *1 22%al 25. K 4165. M 42 15, N $2 65. window glass $2 80, water white 33 05. At the closing call it was firm and unchanged. NAVAL STORES STATEMENT. Spirits. Rosin. Stock on hand April 1 2,11* 61.821 Received to-day 424 2,133 Received previously 130,325 371,682 Total .132,865 435,636 Exported to-day Exported previously 121,995 365,487 Total 121 995 385.487 Stock on hand and on shipboard to-day 19,870 70,149 Receipts same day last year 317 2,326 Financial—The money market Is in good supply at easy rates. /■ , ir*tic JCiecluings— Steady. Banks and hunkers are buying sight drafts at % her cent discount and soiling at % percent discount to par. foreign Kxohong —weak. Best commer cial sixty-day bids, $4 78%; demand b 11s, $4 8!Jd;; ninety-day bills, $4 77%: francs, eom nierci.il, sixty days. Havre and Paris, $5 28% f.’> 25%; Swiss, $5 29%a5 29%; marks, commer cial, sixty days. 98%. securities'—The market is firm but quiet for Central railroad stock. All securities are m demand at quotations. hTucKS and Bonds —City Bonds— Quiet. Atlanta 6 percent, 105 bid. 106 asked; Atlanta 7 per cent. 112 bid, 120 asked: Augusta 7 per cent, loa bid, 112 asked; Augßsta 6s, long. 103 bid. 1"7 asked; Columbus 5 per cent, 100 bid. 103 a.-ked; Macon 8 per cent, 100 bid. 11l asked; new Savannah 5 per cent. January coupons, 102 bid, 103 asked; new savannah 6 per cent, February coupons, 101% bid, 102% asked. Biot* Bonds— Market steady, with light sup ply. Georgia new os, 1889. 108 bid, 104 asked; Georgia new 4%5, 107 bid, 107%asked; Georgia ■ Per cent gold, coupons quarterly, 110 bid, 111 asked; Georgia 7 per cent., coupons January and July, maturity 1896, 121 bid, 122 aske l. Hailrond Stock*— Central common, ex-div., 130 bid, 131 asked; Augusta and Savannah ■ i er cent guaranteed, ex-dlv.. ISO bid, 181 asked; Georgia oomir.on, 190 bid, 192 asked; Southwestern 7 per cent guaranteed, ex-div., R’s bid, 130 asked; Central railroad 6 per cent c-rtificaies, 102 bid, 103 asked; Atlanta and West Point railroad stocks, 104 bid. 105 asked; Atlanta and West Point 6 percent certificates, 105 bid, 106 asked. Bnlroad Bonds— Market quiet. Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Company gen eral mortgage 8 per cent interest, coupons October, 107 bid, 110 asked; Atlantic and Gull first, mortgage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1897, 118 uni, no asked; Central consolidated mortgage ■ per cent, coupons January and July, ma turity 18:il, 116 hid. 117 asked; Georgia rail roa' os, 1897, 106 hid, 10- asked; Mobile and Girard second mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1889, lor;, Ihl, 104% asked; Montgomery and Ku ■ auia first mortgage 6 per cent, indorsed by Central railroad. 103 liid, 109 asked; Char lotte. Columbia and Augusta first mortgage, •15 bid. 110 asked; Charlotte, Columbia and Augu-ta socoml mortgage, 110 bid, 112 askedt jV ostein Alabama second mortgage Indorsed 8 per cent, 109 bid, 110 asked; soaili Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid, 119 asked; No'itli Georgia and Florida second mortgage, *lO bid, 118 asked; Augusta and Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent, 114 bid, 115 a ked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern first mortgage guaranteed, 119 bid, 12i)a ked; Gainesville. Jefferson and Southern not guar anteed, 115 bid, 116 asked; Ocean Sieam "fi'p6 percent bonds guaranteed by Central railroad, 105% bid, 106% asked; Gainesville, Jetlerson and Southern, second mortgage g o ran teed. 114 hid, 115 asked; Columbus and Rome first mortgage bonds indorsed by Cen tral railroad, 104 bid, 105 asked; Cos mnhus mV " ,!l,! rn 0 per cent guaranteed, 104 hid, 1 G asked; City and Suburban railway first mortgage 7 percent, 104 bid. 106 asked. i(t’ik: V;.,e • Nominal. Southern Bank of the State of Georgia. 195 bid. 2: 0 asked; Mcr elianis’ National Bank, 150 bid, 165 asked; si' Vannah Bank and Trust Company, 751., qid. 11,I 1, i asked; Savannah National Bank, loti bid, HO asked. blocks— Savannah Gas I/glit Btock, 21 hid. 22 asked; Mutual Ga* Light stock, 22 "Id, 23 asked. Bacon— Market 6tcarty; demand good; flunked clear rib sides. 7450; shoulders the e; dry sale ! clear rib sides. 7c; long ncHr o%e; shoulders none; hams, 12%e. Bauiiimi anp Ties—Market quiet. Wo 'Rude: ll igging 2'; lbs. 9%a9%c;2 lbs, B%a ■V'l% lbs, 7%uße, according to brand and he unity, iron ties—Arrow, $1 Ooal 05 per bundle, according to brand aud quantity. Gagging ami lies In retail lots a fraction higher. Butter—Market hleher;olcomnrgarine,l4a l: - choice Goshen, 28c; gilt edge, 26a27c; 'Team, rv, 27a29c; coupirv. JUsJOo 1 aiihakk Northern. ualOe, per head. Cpi-t kk—The murker is strung and advanc ing. Woquote for hiiihll lots, unit urv,l2%c; fnir. ljt.,c; good. 14c; prime. 14%c: choice, and!l r ; peaherry. IB%c. t ueksr-Market Uigltcr; tlemnotl moder ide; stock light. We quote: 10%a18%c. Bkikd FKtJlT—Apples, ea|-rate I, 9%c; *’*sled, liq; pegches, peeled, )3%ai4c; lia liee!" q 7,47,.; currant*, 7c; citron, 10c. liny Goons—Tfio murkol Is quiet asd firm. ’> o quote: l*riut,4uUe;Georgia brown shirt ing, 3-4. 4%c; 7-8 do. sc; 4-4 brown sheeting, oe; white osnaburgs, Bae; checks, 6%a7c; yarns, 85c. for best makes: brown drillings, 6%a7%c. Fisa—We quote full weights: Mackerel- New catch No. 1, *7 50al0 00; No. 3, half bar rels, $5 OOaO 00; No. 2, $6 50a7 00. Herring—No. 1,20 c: sea lea, 25c; cod, saSc. F'lour—Market advancing; demand mod erate. We quote; Superfine, s;i 50; extra, $3 75a4 0Q; fancy. $4 80a5 GO; choice patent. 15 SOai 75; family, $4 !16a4 66. Fruit—Lemons—Stock full and demand light. We quote: $4 50. Oranges—Market quiet; good stock firm; Floridas, $2 2Sa2 75. Apples, good shipping stock, $8 75a4 50 per barrel; fair. $2 75a?. 25. Grain—Corn—Market steady: demand light. We quote: White corn, job lots, 60c; carload lots. 58c; mixed corn. Job 10t5,58c.; carload lots. 56. Oats steady; good demand. We quote: Mixed oats. 43ccarload lots. 40.'. Bran. 95c. Meal, per sack. $1 36. Georgia grist, per sack, $1 50; grist, per bushel, 67%c. Hat—Market steady, with a fair demand; stock ample. We quote iob lots: Western, $1; carload lots, 90c; Eastern, none; Northern, none. Hides, Wool, Etc,—Hides—Market strong and active; reoelpls light: drv flint, 14c; salted, 12c; drv butcher, lie. Wool—Market firm; prime in bales, 28c; burry. 10al5c. Wax. 20c. Tallow 2c. Deerskins, flint, 20c; salted, 16c. Otter skins, 25ca$4 00. Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4%a5c: refined. 2%c. Lard—The market is steady; in tierces, 6%c; 60-lb tins, 7c. Lime, calcined Plaster and Cement- Alabama lump lime is in fair demand and is selling at $1 80 per barrel; Georgia, $1 30; cal cined plaster. $1 86 per barrel; hair. sc; Geor gia cement. $3 00; Rosendale cement, $150; Portland cement, $3 50. LiquoßS—Full stock; siesdv demand. Bourbon, $150a5 50; rye, II 50. it; 00 rectified, $1 OOal 35. Ales unchanged and in good de mand N aii.s—Fair demand. Wequote: 3d, $370; 4d ana sd, $3 06: 6d, $2 50; Bd. $2 55; lOd to 60il, $2 80 per keg. Nuts—Almonds. Tarragons, 18a20c; Ivicas, 17al8c; walnuts. French, i2c; Naples, 16c; pe cans. 10c; Brazil. 10c.; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts, Baracoa. $3 70 per 100. Oils—Market steady; demand good. Sig nal, 50c; West Virginia black, 10c; lard, 53c; headlight. 15c; kerosene. 11c; water white, 15c; neatßfoot, 62a90e; machinery, 25a80c; linseed, raw, 44e; bulled, 47c: mineral seal, 16c; fireproof, 18c; home light, 18c; red C, 16c. Onions—Domestic, $1 25 per crate; barrels, $3 50a:l 75. Potatoes—Northern, $2 25a2 50 per barrel. Peas—Demand light; market overstocked; cow peas, straight, 75a80c; mixed, 65a75e; clav. 75a80c; speckled. $100all0; black-eye. $1 50; white crowders, $1 50. Prunes—Turkish, 5%c; French. Bc. Raisins—Demand light; market steady: loose new Muscatel. $2 60; layers, $2 50 per box; London layers, $2 75 per box. Shot —Drop, $1 60; buck, $1 85. Salt—The demand is moderate and the market quiet; carload lots, 70c lob; job lots, 85ca*l uO. sun ars—The market is strong and higher; cut loaf. 6%c; standard A. 6c; extra C. 5%c, C yellow. 5%c; granulated. 6%c. powdered,6%c. Syrup— Florida and Georgia svruos. new now coming in. Wequote: 2Sa32c; the mar ket is quiet for sugarhouse at3sa4oc; Cuba straight, goods, 2Sc in hogsheads; sugarhouse molasses, 20c. Tobacco—Market dull: demand moderate. We quote: Smoking, 2oeasl 26;chewing, com mon, sound, 28a30c; fair. Ssaßßc; medium, 40a 65c; bright, 50a75c; tine fancy, 85a90c: extra fine, 90ca$l 10; bright navies, 45a75c; dark navies, 40a50e, Lumber—The demand is heavy and largely in excess of present production of mills. Prices are firm at some advance, with a de cided upward tendency. Orders can only be Placed at considerably advanced prices and on manufacturers’ terms. Wequote: Ordinary sizes sl3 50a17 00 Difficult sizes 16 00a2l 50 Flooring boards 16 00a20 50 Shipstuff 18 50a21 60 Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote: 700 feet average $ 9 ooall 00 800 “ “ lOOOaIIOO 900 “ •• 11 oUal2 00 1,000 •• “ 12 00al4 00 Shipping timber in the raft -700 feet average $ 6 00a 7 00 800 •• “ 7 ooa 800 900 “ “ 8 00a 900 1,000 •• 9 00a 10 00 Mill timber $1 below these figures. FREIGHTS. Lumber—By Sail—Tncre is a good supply of spot tonnage, and charters to arrive are not freely offering owing to near approach of the holidays. No transactions since our last. Freight limits are from $4 75 to $6 25 from this and the near Georgia ports to the Chesapeake ports, Philadelphia, New York. Sound ports and eastward. Timber at 50ca$l higher than lumber rales. To the West Indies and wind ward, nominal: to South America, sl3 00al3 50; to Spanish and Mediterranean ports, *.looa 1200; to United Kingdom for orders, timber, 27a23; lumber. £3 15s. Steam—To New York, $7 00; to Philadelphia $7 00; to Boston, S9(O. Naval Stores—Firm. Foreign—Cork, etc., for orders, 4s3d, and, or, 2s 9d; Adriatic, rosin, 3s 1L and; Genoa, rosin, 2s 10%.1. Coastwise— Steam—To Boston, 60c on rosin, $1 on spirits; to New York, ro-in 50c, spirits 80c: to Phila delphia, rosin 30c. spirits SOc; to Baltimore rosin 30c, spirits 70c. Cotton—By steam—Market is active and firm; offering tonnage in good supply. Bremen direct tb 9-S2d Barcelona direct lb 19-01.1 Reval direct $ lb !l-32d Genoa lb 23-Old Havre <sl lb 5-16d Amsterdam direct lb 9-32(1 Antwerp direct ft lb 19 Old Liverpool direct -ft lb 19-641 Liverpool via New York lb ... 5-10d Liverpool via Boston fl lb 19-ii4d Liverpool via Baltimore 73 lb 19-64 U Antwerp via New York'7l lb 11-32 ! Havre via New York 'jt tb %c Bremen via New’ York jl lb 11-10 c Reval via NewYorl; to 13 32U Bremen via Baltimore lb 4c Amsterdam vis New Y ork 7Je Genoa via New York lb. )!qd Boston 1* hate 1 35 Sea island ft bale 1 75 New Y'ork 'ft Dale 1 35 Sea island bale 1 3$ Philadelphia bale . 135 Sea island p bale 135 Baltimore'ft bale 125 Providence bale 150 By Sail— Liverpool 9-32d Havre 19-61d Genoa 5-16d Rice—By Steam- New Y'ork 1* barrel 60 Philade barrel 60 Baltimore barrel 60 Boston barrel 60 COUNTRY PBJDUCE. Grow n fowls pair $ 50 0 60 Chickens %to % grown... ... 40 (# 50 Ducks tS pair 50 (<k 75 Geese '# pair 75 (jt 90 Turkeys ft pair 1 60 dC3 00 Turkeys, dressed, 1b 16 f© 20 Eggs, country, lozen 25 • Eggs. Tennessee, ft dozen . 25 ■© Peanuts —Fancy h. p. Vs.. lb 6 Peanuts —Handpicked f* lb 5 (a> 5% Peanuts —Georgia%tbusii. uoin’l 75 (oil 00 Sweet potatoes, yel. reds,ft bush 40 fd) 50 S wcet potatoes,yel.yatn-.r. bush 50 (is 60 Sweet pot’i. whito yarns, ft bush 85 '© so Poultry—Market steady; overstocked. Ecos—Market firm, with good demand and fair supply. Peanuts—Ample sto k ; demand good. Sugar—Georgia and Florida nominal; none in market. Honey—No demand; nom inal. sweet Potatoes—ln good supply; de mand fair. M VUK IS US IIV TELEGRAPH. Ft 4 v 4 II 4b. London, Dec. 8, noon.—Consols, 10011-16 for money. 100 15-16 for accouut. NEW Yobk. Dec. 8, iiosti. —Stocks quiet butstrong Mont./ active at 6©7 per cent. Exchange—long. $4 SO 1 .,(©4 81%; short. *i 83% (©4 83%. State bonds dull but steady. Gov ernment bonds dull but llrtn. 5:00 p. m.—Exchange closed at $1 80%<© 4 80%. Money closed at 4f©9 Per eonf. Bol>- Treasurv balance'—Gold. $126,597,000: cur reno.v.s2l,3 3,000. Government bonds dull hut ateadv: four per cents. i2P>: three tier cents, 100 % bid State bonds dull but steady. Tneetock market to-dav ehowo 1 a renewal of tho firm tone exiting for soma weeks, and almost everything shew- an advance this evening. There win no important effort to depress prices, an t eouslderah 0 covering of shuris was done. Buying lor long account wa- n’ostlv by foreigner*, their specialties being St. Paul. Ue uiing. and Lottlsyllle and Naslivtlie. The improvement in pri es, while subject t • sever.il ic ietioiis. continued through the enure dur cut gathered foree toward the close Reading was 1 lie most an lie -•look, and w a- weak 111 the morning, but the los-es were recovered la er upon report* from Philadelphia of 1 florls by Corbin to do awav with the prop m> 1 a-ss -ni-nt. Louis ville and Nashville w .alhe iruu loader of t ■ e market. Heave bn 1111 hi foreigner- on Die 1 ucrouted curntniT* of tn** row! s linniitiu tM friends b re. an I it moved up nearlv 3 i>or cent. The Wanashcs opened higner. but oat the advance Inter t" the da . tinuig" the Nt was a marked Improvement toward the eMe. Lackawanna being the ttpe'dal fea ure in the afternoon. I'pon the roiu al of tue c tin in Peuusylvauta to geant au lajitucwsn against SAVANNAH MORNING NKYVS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1886. the coal companies grangers, trunk lines and Western Union were all quiet but moderately strong. The opening was irregular. Busi ness was comparatively light but prices firm. New England being the principal feature, while \Vabashes were weak. Norfolk and YVestern aud Ixmisville and Nashville also became prominent for their strength. The market quieted down toward noon. It re mained quiet and moderately firm until tho last hour, when the upward movement gath ered strength, ana on increased business the market closed strong at or near tne best prices reached. All the active stocks are higher this evening, though generally for frar tiona! amounts. The following are the closing quotations: AiH.ciassA,2tos.lo6% Nash Chatt’a 101 Ala.class 8,5a... 1 to New Orleans Pa- GeorglaS* citic, Ist mort 80% /‘ls, mortgage. 108% N. Y. Central... 115% N. Garoliu* Os. Ix7+ Norf & W. pref 67% N. Carolina 4s. *IOO% Nor. Pacific 29% So. Caro 1 Brown) •• pref.. 84% consols .109% Pacific Mali 54% Tennessee B’s 75% Reading 47% Virginia 6s— 47 Kichm’d & Ale . il% Va.consolidated. 56 Kichm’d A Danv-185 Ch’peakcAOmo 9% ltichm’dA W.Pt (Jliic.A N’nthw’ul 15% Terminal. 49% " preferred. 140 Rock Island 127 Dela.Lack.A \V 142 St. Paul 94% Krie 37% “ preferred 119 East Tennesseo Texas Pacific.. 25% new stock...., 17% Union Pacific . OS's Luke Shore 99 N. J. Central.... 52% L’vtlle & Nash. 66% Missouri Pacific. 114% Memphis A char 57 YVestern Union.. <7% Mobile A Onto. . IH% -r Asked, “Bid. COTTON. Li vkkfool, Dec. 8. noon —Cotton firm aud in good uemand; middling uplauds 5 3-16d, middling Orleans 5 5-16d; sales 12.000 bales, for speculation and export 2,000 bales: re ceipts 9,000 bales—American 8,600 bales. Futures: Uplands, low middling clause. Decemper delivery, 6 9-6ld; December aud January, 5 9-64d; January and February, 6 9-64f©6 S-64d; February and March, 6 10-04.(5 5 9-64d; March and April, 5 K-64@5 12-64d; April and May, 5 13-04(<$5 14-64d: May and Juno, $ 15-84d; June and July. 5 18-04d; July and August. 521-64d. Market irregular. The tenders of deliveries at to-day’s clear ings amounted to 100 bales uew docket. 2:00 p. m.—The sales to-day tuciuded 8,700 hales of A merman. Futures: Uplands, low middling clause. December delivery. 59-64d, buyers; December and January, 5 8-64d, buyers; January and February, 5 S-64U, buyer-; February aud March, 5 9-64d, buyers; -March aud April, 5 11-64d, value; April and May, 5 l:i-64d, buy ers; May and Jane, 5 15-04d. buyers; Juneand July. 5 17-64d, buyers; July and August, 5 20-Uld. sellers. Jlarket quiet but steady. s:i 0 p. m.—Futures: Uplands, tow middling clause. December delivery. 5 0-04d, buyers; December and January, 6 s-84d. se lers; Jan uary aud February, 5 8-04d, sellers; February and March. 5 9-84rf, sellers; March and April, 5 11-K4U, sellers: April and May. 5 1 s-64d. val ue; May and June. 5 15-64d, buyers; June aud July. 5 17-04d, buyers; July and August, 519 61d, buyers. Market closed steady. Manchester, Dec. B.— The Guardian’s commercial article says: “There was a very strong market yesterday, with exceedingly little business for Tue-dav. There was a fair inquiry in the home department at prices a trifle under last week’s full ratec It is proba ble that a good proportion of offers would have been accepted but for the hardening condition of the cotton market, the result of speculation in the United states, which is causing sellers to he cautious and to hold for extreme rates. Spinners do Dot need to fol low the rise, having secured much cotton dur ing the past few weeks. Hardening prices do not affect buyers, wbo are guided by a de tnand from dispersing centres, whicn is not encouraging. Indian advices are not cheer ing. Fresh inquiry is poor The demand for export yarns is poor, though there Is an in crease in the busiuess offering for Egyp> aud other smaller markets at previous rates. Horn-: manufacturers are buying slowly. There is some inquiry for good shirting for China. Good printing cloth is firm, with a fair demand. Heavy goods are firm. Sellers make no progress.” New Fork. Dec. 8. noon.—Cotton opened easy; middlingup!ands9 7-16 c; middling Or leans 9%c; sales 161 bales. Futures: Market onened steady, with sales as follows: Deoember delivery, 9 39c; Janu ary. 9 44c; February, 9530; March. 9 640; April,9 7Hc; May, 984 c. 5:00 p. m.—Market closed easy; middling uplands,9 7-18 c; middling Orleans, 9%c; saies to-day 303 bales; net receipts 92 bales, gross 12.793. Futures: Market closed strong, with sales of 130,600 bales, as follows: December deliv ery. 9 4:;99 45c; January. 9 48c; February, 9 58@9 59c; March. 9 68®9 6Hc; April. 9 7n@ 9 79c; May. 9 85*9890; June, 9 98.U9 990; July, 1007yl0 08c; August, to lii@lo 14c. Greene A Co.’s cotton future report says: “AH hands have been nervous, and erratic trading led to considerable irregu.arity. After a small opening gain a disposition to unload led to a temporary reaction, but the offering was promptly taken up, and anew demand coming in infused a stronger tone that ultiraaiely left final rates the highest of tneday, showing a gain of 7 points over last evening well sustained. A smaller run of re ceipts at the porlsthan was anticipated and stimulating statistics from Manchester aided the improvement. It has been possible to day to buy cotton here aud sell contracts against it at a margin of profit, and one effect of the increase 01 the co-t has been to start larger supplies to ihis poit.” Galveston. Dec. B.— cotton firm; mid dling 8 13-16 c; net receipts 6,956 hales, gross 8,956; sales 3 128 hales; stock 115.270 bales; ex ports, to France 1,370 bales, to Great Britain 6,500, coastwise 1. Norfolk. Dei. B.— Cotton firm; middling 9c; net receipts 996 bales, gross 996; sales 1.396 Pales; stock 60 856 bales; exports, to Great Britain 6,914 bales, coastwise 209. Baltimore, le-. B.— Cotlon firm; mid dling 9%e; net receipts none, gross 497 bales; sloeK 15,649 hales; sales to spinners 306 bales; exports coastwise 329 bales. BOSTON. Dec. B.— Cotton quiet; middling 9 9-16 c; net receipts 216 bales, gross 861: sales none; Block nonoi exports to Great Britain 30 bales. Y\ :lminoton, Dec. B.— Cotton firm; mid dling 8 15- 16c; net receipts 914 bales, gross 914; sales none; stock 28,293 bales; exports to France 2,85 haies. I’uiladklphia, Dec. B.— Cotton firm; mid dling 9%0; not receipts 115 bales, gross 160; stock 11,161 bules; exports to Great Britain 916 bales. N evv Orleans, Dec. B.—Cotton strong; mid dling 8 15-16 c; not receipts 19,212 bales, gross 2J,230 sales 7,000 bales; stock 324,015 la is: exports,to Great Britain6,2oo bales, coast v/ise 2.731. Mobile, Dec. B.—Cotton firm; middling B%e; net roceipts 663 Pales, gross Oil); sales I.UOO Pales; slock 33,047 bales; exports coast wise 1,834 bales. Memphis, Dec. B.—Cotton firm; middling 8 13-lSo: receipts 2.t4 bales; shipment* 4.585 bales; sales 5,700 bales; stock 150,236 oales. Augusta. Dee. B. —Cotton steady; middling B%c; receipts 254 bales; sales 531 bales. Charleston, Dec. s.—CoUon firm; mid dling B%e; net receipts 1,917 bale-, gross 1.917; su os 1,500 bales stock 74,755 bales; ex ports to France 3,900 Im c-. Atlanta. Dee. Cotton-middling B%e; receipts 162 bales. New York. Doc. B.—Consolidated net re ceipts! if all cotton nort.s to-dav. 86.604 Dates; exports, to Great Britain 23.97s bales, to France 8.120 bales; stock at all American ports 997.275 bales. I’itOVDUGVJ, GROCERIES. ETC. Liverpool, Doe. 8, noon.—Wheat dull, wtb poor demand; supply gad: Cnliforti'a No 1. 7- 4df©7s •’>•!; red western spring 7- I* 7s 2d; red western winter 7s |q(©7s 2d. Corn dull, w ith poor demand. Bacon, long clear ;i.is cl, Dior cldnr 35*. new York. Deo. 8. noon.—Flour quiet but unchanged. Wheal better and easier. Corn easier. Fork firm; mess $lO 75dj,1l 00. Lard dull at $6 56. Freights firm. 5:00 p. m.—Flour. Southern unchanged but quiet. Wheat V4B? 1 *e lower and only inoder alelyaetivo; No. 2 red, December delivery 88 ®88%; January 88" H f©-%e; May 95Y©'.15%e. Corn !.(© ! %c lower, r osing heavv; No. 2. De cember delivory nominal: January 4s*4B%c; M:tv 61 „e, • talk %:©%■• lower but more SI live; Mi 1, De-cmbcr delivery 810v:n% ( ., January BI%C. May 36’y.t,ItiLc. Hops dull. Coffee—fair B o llrtn at 14%e: No, 7 Rio. Do cc iber delivery 12 !15'i$12 Son, January 12 :!.'/© 12 55*. .Yl;tv 12 S'lfffil* 65e. Sugar firm. Molas ses dti l- Cotton scedoil. 2*c for new crude, ako for refined. Hides quiet but firm. Wool nniet. I'ork firm aud fairly active; mess *i 1 50 for one-year-old. Beef steady, Mid dles dull a> and i omin-1. Lard heavy and 7'rtfi points lower: Western ejm: $8 42% (©J 50. Deoember delivery $6 3’ (©6 47, January $6 4 os6 Mlo. Fr ight- steady; cotton, per stnant 11-u4®3-16d: wheal, per steam 4 4%n. Cuioaou. Dec B.—The amount of wheat on oce n passage showed a decrease of 1,360,0(0 bu-h- ls for tip' week, which Imparted some strength 10 the market early in tho session. May opened al 84 :, .c. advancing several times to H5%*N-'>V* butTiroac off from that point an 1 nee in and m the sficrnoon to 84%c. Liver pool cslile quoted a no I and easi market.and some ol the large local operators who have 1 la'kmg bullish were supposed to tie un leadlng their holding*. Offerings were free and prices broke off sharply n> tier preseu’e. Near the ©loss there was a rallv ami the mar ket e used under ilia latest prices of yes terday. Corn developed cousidurable weak- ness, May option declining to 42%c during the day, bat rallied %(4%0 toward the close. Re ceipts were fairly large, with estimated re ceipts for to-morrow smaller. The shipping demand was good, but mainly for lower grades. Oats ruled slow and easy and about %o lower. Provisions were active, hut the feeling was nervous and unsettled. -Mess pork opened 5*7%c per barrel lower, after which fluctuations were confined to a range of 15c, closing for the day l>Vf 12%0 under yes terday. Lard waa quiet and easy, closing 10 f©l2%c per 100 barrels lower, snort rina de clined 7%(©10c. The followqng snows tne current prices for cash properties on tue regular board: Wheat. No. 2 spring 76%c; No 3 spring 70c; No. J red winter 76%c. Corn. No. 2, 37 c. Oats. No. 2. 26 ( %c. Mess pork, $lO 65. Lard, $6 00. Slmri rib sides, loose 5 431.4,-'> 50c; dry salted shoulders, boxed I 75m 1 a . short clear aides, 5 Ss(©s 9co. Whisky, $1 la. Hour quotably unchanged, with buyers iio.diug off. Futures—The following are me highest, lowest and closing quotations: Wheat De cember delivery 77%C©76c, closed at 76He; January 78*76%c, closed at 77%e; February 78%®77"„c, closed at 78c; May 85%®54%c, closed at 84%0. Corn, December delivery 87%W34%c. closed at 87c; January 87%kJ 37c, closed at. 87%c; Fcbruurv 35(©37 '*e, closed nt37%c; May 43%@42%e,c105ed at 49%e. Oats, December delivery 26%; January 26%c; Mav 81%(#31c.closed at 31c. Fork, December delivery $lO 76*10 60. elo-eu at $lO 65; ■lauuarv sl] 05(©1087%, closed at $1090; May sll 47%(©11 25. closed at sll 80. Lard, De cember delivery $6 12%*6'0 1 closed at $600; January $6 17%C<$607%,elosedat$6 07%; March $6 47>@0 22%, closed at $6 2*. .Short rlus. Jan uary delivery 5 52%C©6 40c, closed at 5 42%c; February 5 67%(ff5 47%c, closed at 6 47%c; March 5 65(©5 7>sc. closed at 6 55c. ST. Louis. Doe. B.— Flour quiet but un changed. Wheat unsettled and %(©%c lower; No. 2 red. cash 79%c, December delivery 79%(©79%c, January 80%c asked. Corn dull bill weak and lower; No. 2 mixed, cash 36%e, December 35%c, Januarv nominal, fiats easier; No. 2 mixed, cash 18%(©29e, December delivery 28%c, May 81e. Whisky firm at sll3. Frovtsions active but easy and generally lower: Mess pork at sll 00. Lard sa. 10 points lower at $6 00. Bulk meats easy; boxed lots long clear 5 50c. short ribs 6 65e, short clear 5 75c. Bacon lower; long cleur i: 62 1 .,c, short ribs 6 75c. short clear C 95c. Baltimore, Dec. B.—Flour firm aud steady; Howard street unu Western superfine $2 25 (©2 75, extra $2 Ss®3 76. family $4 00(o-4 50, miv mills superfine $2 85742 76, extra $3 00(4 3 75; Rio brands $4 50i)4 89. Wheat—South ern firm and steady ; Western low r. closing quiet: Southern red 91%c. amber 92®95e; No. 1 Maryland 91c asked; No 2 YVestern winter rod. on spot 86(©86t$c. Corn—Southern steady; Western lower and dull; Southern white 47(4 48c; vellow46(94Sc. Cincinnati. Dec. B.— Flour closed easier. Wheat firm; No. 2 red. 80c, Corn firm; No. 2 mixed, 38(88%c. Oatsstrong; No. 2 mixed 30%e. Provisions —Pork dull at sll6O. Lard heavy at $6 00(46 05. Bulk meats easy; short ribs 5 87%. Bacon firm and unchanged Whisky active and firm at sll3. Hogs weak. New Orleans, Dec. B.—Coffee excited and higher; Rio oargoes, common to prime 12%@ 15%e. Sugar active but firm; centrifugals, plantation granulated 6 13-16@5%r. choice yellow clarified 5 l-16c, prime yellow clari fied sc. Louisville, Dec. B.—Grain and provis ions unchanged. NAVAL STORKS. Liverpool, Dee. 8, noon.—Spirits turpen tine 28s. London. Dec. B.—Spirits turpentine, 26s 91. New York, Dec.B, noon.—Spirits turpen tine steady at 36c. Rosin steady at 97%c® $1 05. 5:00 p.m.—Spirits turpentine steady. Ifosin quiet. Charleston, Dec. B.—Spirits turpentine quiet at 83%c. Rosin firm: good strained 80c. Wilmington, Doc. B.—Spirits turpentine quiet at 3"% c. Rosin firm; strained 75e, good strained 80c. Tar firm at $1 40. Crude tur puntiue firm; hard $1 00; yellow dtp and vir gin $1 90. .Sttippittg in!cUmrncr. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY™ Sun Risks 7:03 Sunsets . ...4:57 High Water at Savannah... 8:31 Aw, 6:82 pm. Tioksda y. Dee 9. 1886. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship Juniata, Askius, Philadelphia— G M Sorrel. Steamship Kate (Br), Durkee, Cape de Verde, in ballad, to A Minis It Sons. Schr Wm Wilder.Millcr, Philadelphia, with coal to D R Thomas; vessel to Jos A Roberts & 1 o. Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen’s Bluff and way landings—YV T Gibsou. Manager. ARRIVED ATTYBEE YESTERDAY. Bark Jupiter (Nori, Pedersen, Malaga, In ballast—Holst & Cos. arrivedupfrom Quarantine yes TKRDAY. Schr M B Milieu, Dyer, to load for New Y ork—Jos A Roberts A Cos. ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTER DAY. Bark Mercia (Br,, Mosey, Barbados, in bal last, to A Minis & Sons. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamship Tallahassee. Fisher. New York —74 M Sorrel. Steamship Nymphaea (Br),Brooks Bremen A Minis A *on. Bark Hestia (Ger), Boettcher, Antwerp— A R Salas A 770. Schr Island City, Voorhccs, Baltimore— Dale, Dixon A Cos. Schr Nellie Floyd, Johnson, New York— F.-nimorc A Johnson. Schr H A J Blendormann, Cavalier, Satilla River, in pal lad, to load for Now York—Jos A Roberts A Cos. SAILED YESTERDAY. Steamship Tallahassee. New Y’ork. SteamshipConnigsby (Br), Barcelona. (Not previously.) Bark Brodrene iNor). Bristol. Schr Island City, Baltimore. MEMORANDA. Fernandina, Dec B—Arrived, schr Sarah A Fuller, Hart, New York. Cleared, sebr Marion Hill, Armstrong, Bar badoea RECEIPTS. Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen’s Bluff ana wav landing—4s hales cotton. 420 hbls rosin, 4 bbls spirits turpentine, 6 bbls syrup, 3 cords oak wood, 2 coops turkeys, 17 sacks potatoes, 10 and hogs. 4 qr beef, I deer, 6 coops fowls, 1 lot md*e. 4 cases eggs, 1 sack meal. Per Charleston and Savannah Uv. Dec 8— 3 bales cotton. 13 bbls spirits turpentine, 39 bbls rosin, :0 caddies tobacco, 20 sacks pea nuts. 24 sae.ks rice, and mdse. per Bavannah. Florida and Western Ky. I) P<: 8—8)5 bales cotton. 20 cars lumber. 371 hbls spirits turpentine, 1.542 bbls rosin, 5,936 b>\es oranges 39 bbls orange*, 17 hales hides. 292 sacks rice, 20 cases eggs. 60 boxes candies, aud mdse. Pee Central Ratlroad. Dec 8—4,334 bales cotton. 75 bales domestics. 18 bales \ urns, 18 halei) hides. 6 • pkgs tsbaocn, 1,128 lbs bacon, 1 gobble spirits turpentine, 855 bbls rosin. 2‘K* lbs fruit, cos tacks bran, 10 bids meal, 50 hf bids beer. 140 qr bbls beer, 3fl pkgs furniture. 597 im bids corn, 21 head cattle, lo head horses and males. 10 cars lumber, 1 ear wood. 2 bids syrup. 11 sacks rice, 398 tons pig iron, 24 casks clav, 1 car r r iron, 25 doz brooms, 181 pkgs hard ware. 91 pkgs mdse, 11 bales paper stock, 80 eases eggs, 1 cur coal. EXPORT*. Per steamshiD Tallahassee, for New York— -1,444 hales upland cottou. 668 bales sea island cotton. 67 bales domestics and yarns, 2 cars logs. 395 bbls rotm, 155 bbls spirits turpentine. 17(831 feet lumber, 16 t urtles, 10 bbls oranges, 6,228 boxes oranges, 218 tuns pig iron, 478 Itvs anil 45 bbls manganese. Per sicamshiu Nyiunhaea (Br). for Bremen —5.619 hales upland cotton, weighing 2,620,057 pounds. Per bark Hestia (fieri, for Antwerp— B.6OC bblsros'ii. weighing 1,576,950 pounds— 8 1* ©hotter A Cos. Per schr Island Cttv, for Ball I more-812,833 foot p p hind er—Da *. Dlxou A 1 o. Perscnr Nellie Floyd, for New Y0rk—295,706 feet p p lumbor—McDonough A Cos. PASSENGERS. Per atoamxhlp Tallahassee, for New York Mrs A McNally end 2 children. Miss F Mc- Nulty. W McNulty. J B Martin. II Seward, T David. Mr Sang, F L Mitchell tcol), and 5 steerage. Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and way landings— E l< White. II White. William l’reaeher. W FSeott, .1 G Valley. L Nixon. J F Nixon. J A Prior. TII Seitt. T E Ivey, E 11 Porter. Miss F J Sooft, Mi-s II K Scott. J Nips m, C F Walters, Mrs K T Hardee and daughter. RGavland. Miss E F McKenzie. Alias Ida Wolfe, and 20 deck. CONSIGN BUS. Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen s Bluff and way Isnaln**— Garnett. S A Cos. Butler AS. M > A 1 I Mrlntyre, Ellis. II ft Cos. Cheaeutt ft Cos. I) Y Dancy, C L .Montague. Ord-r, .1 D sulllven, Baldwin ft Cos, Peacock. II ft Cos, J P Williams, U Walter ft Cos, A Gilchrist. Mrs M E Hutchins. K I* Porter. F M Hull, Mrs E T Harden. Decker A F, Pearson As, E Lovell ft Son. Per Charleston and Savannah Ry. Deck Transfer Office, L Hartslnune. A \ Avieihe. A.l Miller A Cos, Veil ft 11, Lee Roy Myers, C M Gilbert A Cos, Brown Bros, F. T Roberts, J P Williams. YY' I) Gadsden, H A Gobel, A Falk A Son. Bendhelm Bros A Cos, Mcln tyre A Cos. Garnett. S A Cos, H M Comer A ( o, G YValter A Cos. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Rv. Dee B—Transter Office. Jno Flannerv *f 0, Bendlii mi Bros A Cos. II Myers A Bros. N F Jackson, YV DSimkiua, KE Cheatham. YV 7 raft, Baldwin ft Cos. A Ehrlich ft Uro, Frier son ft Cos, McDonough ft Ci>, M 1 ' in arson. YY s Hankins. Dale, 1) ft t o. 1> W Menken, YY arren A A, A A Aveilho, Graham ft 11. D Grimm, Decker AF. 5! Heed, F H Screven Agt. W W Gordon A Cos. F M Hull. A Hanley. T P Bond, Kuranaugli A 11, M < smith, J P llryan, Iteppard A Cos, M Koiev A Son, L Pul se], 8 Cohen. M Mendel A Bro, J II Hall, N Lacy. A J Miller A Cos, M Feral A Cos, G S Of ferman. .1 11 Rime, Mrs ( O llagan, .1 D Weed, l.ippmau Bros, Butler A S, D V Dancy, 11 M Comer A Cos, Garnett, s A Cos, C L Jones, M Y A It 1 Mclntyre, F M Farlov. M Mac Ulan, Herron A G. Ellis, Y A Cos, J P Williams, li T Robot tq W C Jackson. Per Central Railroad, Dec 8- Fordg Agt. H M Comer A Cos, Baldwin A Cos. M Maclean. YV YY Gordon ft Cos, F 51 Farley , K D Bogart, Jno Flannerv A Cos. I) Y’ Dauey, Herron AG, Garnett, S A Cos. Butler A S. J C Thompson, J P. Hasher, M Y A D 1 Mcintvre. Pearson A S, YV arren 8 A, G Walter A to, ,IP Williams, YVoods A Cos. J S Wood A Itro, W C Jackson, Order. Ellis, Y A Cos, Peacock. II A Cos. Dr D Cox. T P Bond, Geo Mover, I. Putzol, G S lilc- Alpiu, C M Gilbert A Cos, HSo onion A Son, Lee Rev Myers, C 11 Carson. Llllenthal A Son, F rank A Cos, Mohr Bros. M Fcrsi A Cos, Joyce AH, I) C Bacon A Cos, J Miller, J R YVhitc liead, YV DSimkuis, Acosta A E, D Connors, McDonough A Cos, Eli YY’ertier, Mary McFll kii.s, YV arnock A YV, II Myers ft Bros. Persteamshlp Juniata, from PUiladeluhia - Aluck Sons. Arkwright Mills. Acosta A E, llyck A S, ltyck Bros, M A Bam. Mrs A Blalz, G W Bussell, O Butler, l II Carson, F. B Chip man, YV C Cooper. W G Cooper, P K O’l mi nor, C A Cox. Cornwell AC, Clark A I), N Christenson. J Collins, J A Douglass ft Cos, Dale, I* A Cos, M J Doyle, I YV Dasher, Mrs Dcllenue, I Epstein ,V Bro. Flckmau A V. Geo Killers, 111 Eatlll, Frank A Cos, F' F'cnimore, F retwell A N, R YV Farr, I Field, SGardncr, S Guckunhctmer A Son. ( M Gilbert A Cos, J II Hclmken, Cant Gardner care .1 A Roberts, Graham A H, G C Gemtindeu, Ham A Haas, A Hanley, J it llulttwanger, GM iloidt A Cos, F 11 Jacneus, C ivolshoru A Bro, C Kolshoru, Mrs M Kolb, F. Lovell A Son, Lippman Bros, Jno Lyons A Cos. 1 1* l.aßoche’s Sons, N Lang. Lilieulhal A son, 1> B I.ester, Ludden A B. C Ledlte, J McGrath A Cos, A J Miller A Cos, It 1) McDonnell, 11 Myers A Bros, Mutual Co operation Association, Lee Roy Myers, Meyer AO’B, A Minis A Sons, I* P M verson, Mc- Kenna A W, McDonough A IL Mrs Newman, Norton AM, G N Nichols, Jno Nlcolaon, li t Facet), Palmer Bros, J 11 Parsons, Mrs K Power, N Paulsen A Cos, Peacock, li A Cos, J H Kuwe, Kioser AS, W F Held, il Kenken, L Remion, schr Bertha, S, F' A YV Ry, W Stef tlus, Solomons A Cos, II Solomon A Son.Savan nsu Times, J S Silva A Son, YV Scln ihing, I. Stern, Jno Sullivan, D Schroder, PTuhordy, Weed AC, 1’ 11 Ward, YV arnock A W, St J R Vonge, ASIA C W West, CRU, Ga A Fla I h B Cos. R. M. DEMERE, BROKER. Deals in Stocks,Bonds and Real Estate. No. 6 DRAYTON STREET, Savannah, .... (.a- WANTED! ('IIT'I Savannah Bonds, C. R. R. 6 Per Cent. J Debentures. Southwestern Railroad Stock. Augusta and Knoxville First Mortgage Bonds, by R. M. DEMERE, Broker, No. < Drayton Nt., Savannah. A. L. lIABTRIDGE, SECURITY BROKER f JUVS and sells on commission all classes of 1> sticks and Bonds. Negotiates loans on marketable securities. New York quotations furnished by private ticker every flftei n minutes, >VM. T. W ILLIAMS & CO~ BROKERS. ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chicago and Liverpool Exchanges. 19 COMMERCIAL BUILDING, SAVANNAH, - - - GEORGIA. frvUliirra. William Ravenel, President. CITONO PHOSPHATE COMPANY CHARLESTON, 8. C. Established 1870. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS. SOLUBLE GUANO( highly ammoniated j. DISSOLVED BONE ACID PHOSPHATE. ASH ELEMENT. FLOATS. GERMAN KAINIT. HIGH GRADE BICE FERTILIZER. COTTON SEED MEAL COTTON SEED HULL ASHES. Office, Vandkrhorst’s Wharf. All orders promptly filled. li. M. MEANS. Treasurer. i>atut ant) iu,. Railroad & Mill Supplies. SPECIAL LOW PRICES. Prims W inter Lard Oil, bb; ...62c per gall West Virginia Black Oil. bid 9 Cylinder Oil, bbl 50 Home Light Oil, 150 dog. lire test, bbl 18 " Water WhiteOtl, 150 deg. Arc test, bbl 16 ” Kero cue Oil, Georgia test, 120 deg. Ore test, bbl 10% ” Ilaolev’s .YlachineOn 20 Axle Grease, bbl 3 per lb Tallow, Rellned, bbl ... 6% ” Colored Waste, bale f% ” All ol tho above goods are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or no sale, F'ull weights and measures guaranteed. I carry the largeut stock of WHITE PINK DOOR*. SASHES, BUNDS. MOLDINGS, BUILDERS’ HARDWARE. PAINTS, OIL*, KAILKOAD.STK AM BOAT and MILL SUP I’LI KS of any house In the South, which I am selling at very low nriees. Send for estimate* and price lists before buying aud be convinced. Andrew Hanley, WhitaKer, York and President Sts., SAVANNAH, • - OEOItniA JOHN C. BUTLER. \I7HITE LEADS, COLORS. OILS, GLASS, Y> VARMSIf. ETC.; READY MIXED Paints; RAILROAD. STEAMER AND MILLSUPPLIEs.sasIIKS.DOORS.BLINDs and BUILDERS’ It tKDWAKK. sou- Agent forG F ORUIAt.I Yf E.CA I.CIN ED PLANTER, CEMENTS, HAIR, and LAND PLANTER. c, Whitaker Nln-cl, Stvnmiali, Ga. 1865. CHRIS. MURPHY. 1865. ffoiift<% Nitrn ii Ornunieiital ruintfng 1 EXECUTED neatly aud wan dispatch. 1A Paiut*. Oils, Varnt.he*. Brushes, Window Glasses, etc., etc E- itnaics luruished on ap blication. Corner Cm.grim, uud Dray ton (trccts, rear of Christ Church. ntfdinrr*. AT KROUSKOFFS Mammoth Millinery House TO-DAY: 0 nnn HATS f° r Ladies, Misses and Children at ZjUUU 35c-; elsewhere 75c. 2,000 BLACK STRAW MILANS at 50c.; elsewhere 75c. and sl. 1,000 Yards SILK VELVETS, in all colors, 85c. 5,000 Pieces of our Celebrated XXX RIBBONS, in all widths and colors, half price sold elsewhere. 1,000 TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS, the most successfully copied from the best Paris Patterns, at half price sold elsewhere. Our immense stock of TIPS, PLUMES, BIRDS and FANCY FEATHERS at closing out prices. New and rare Novelties added daily. S. KROTJSKOFF, 151 BROUGHTON STREET. — : —-- "" i Juntituir, Qnvptlm bud O ala uo. THE NEW ODD FELLOWS’ HALL^ TELFAIR PLACE, Is nearing completion. Go and see it at oucc, and while there step around to the Furniture and Carpet Palace OF TIIK Cl TY, LINDSAY & MORGAN'S, 169 and 171 Broughton Street. Examine their line of Chamber, Dining Room and Parlor Suites. Any quantity of Miscellaneous Furniture. Ax minster, Moquette, Velvet, Body and Tapestry Brussels Car pets m endless variety. Lace and Madras Curtains. Win dow Shades in all of the Latest Designs. We are determined not to be outdone either as to quality or prices, so give us a call. LINDSAY A MOHOAN, lft and 171 BROUHHTOM BTKKET. rattio aim *iiit meo. LATHS AND SHINGLES VERY CHEAP. No. 1 Cypress Laths, - - $1 50 per 1,000 No. 2 Cypress Shingles, - %2 00 per 1,000 VALE ROYAL STORE HOOSE, Broughton and West Broad Sts. GiOtHtttß- K EE JP W A. R M ! A DAISY LINK OF GENTS', YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’ OVERCOATS, FINELY FINISHED, BTYLIBH MATERIALS and*SURE FIT. GENTS’ UNDERWEAR, (finely amtln suits, NECKWE AB. HOSIERY. Latest Shapes in HATS. CHILDREN’S CLOTHING still booming si the lowest sort of prices to close oti>i thlsdenarrmcnt. BUSINESS SUITS in Cheviots, English anti Scotch Goods. Fine Line ot CORKSCUKWs. Lowest Prices! Largest Variety! Highest Quality! If you can’t coma during the day call lu *ha evening, YOH'LL KIND US OPEN. lOW BIIOUOHTON MTKEET, ABRAHAMS & BIRNBAUM. Sail anD Obtain. A. B. HULL, WAREHOUSEMAN A MJ Commission Merchant. DEALER IN Flour, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. \\7 HOI.K'A I.K DEPOT for Crain and I’ro- VV vision*. Choice lot Bor.fi Rye, Kut Proof Herd Oats. EreU MEAL and GRIST iu white sm ksalwaynonliand. Special price* large lota. Warehouse, No. 4 WaJiey street, online 0. R, It, Ofliee, 811 Bay, 2**o Vradtict*. BOND. Mm & ELTON. Forest City Mills. tIRIJ'B. MEAL. BACON. FLOUR. PREPARED FLOUR! —AND— Mill Stuff Generally. GRAIN, HAY, ETC. (Fvoritrrii, tfutlerq, (Pit. NEW GOODS! LOW PRICES! A New Lot o( MARKET BASKETS, WATER COOLERS. BATH TUBS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, ERL’IT JARS, MATHEWS BROg, IHratlirr Mirtpg. WARNING! COLD DRAFTS STOPPED BY USING Rubber Weather Strips. A. B. COLLINS & COt r|M) COUNTY OEKICEKS.-Bonks ami 1 Blank! require riby county oflicerafor tha use of the oonrla.or for nfHce ue. supplied to order bv the MORNING NEWS PRINTING LuL.r.. 3 Whitaker street, savannah. 7