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„ efl ,- K ’ll IK MORNING NEWS. (
°^ F SiViNMi. Gx.. Aprils. 183T.J
... AI 1L : a arks-The week under re
‘ as been observed as a close holiday one
" • , closing of ibe Lenten reason, lu
rteuce business tv as more or los ne
tU ‘ ' a i litre was !<■* iiuiinatiou than for
i.,e wtsi. Coninierc.ally nothing has
n*.red during the week nhieh
\i be likely 10 iullucnce the future
' 1 T e The wnather bus been wintry, deUy
/business’iu seasonable goods, both in the
!“, blu g and retail departments. The de
d in the grocery trade, however, has con
j“ uc d quite Steady, bat mostly on travelers’
", „ B b ,cb have come to band quite freely.
i rtrv’ goods there was a very moderate
mivenient. owing to the absence of demand
In the interior, caused by buyers holding off
i,r more seasonal Ic weather, which it is
, oneht will stimulate trading. In other de
triments the movement was very light and
ii no importance. The money market was
oderately easy. Collections continue quite
®‘ w securities were dull and inactive,
* ti’e prices evinced a tendency to sag off for
me whole list. The following review wilt
how the tone and latest quotations of the
iirerentmarkets at the close on Saturday:
naval Storks.— The market for spirits
turpentine was again rather irregular and
unsettled during last week, prioee opening at
j;,c for regulars and advancing to 3GA£c.,
„hen they again receded, touching
dosing steady at 86c. There was a good in
quiry, and about 1,200 casks changed hands
tor the week. Rosin—The market was quite
frm throughout the week at a slight advance
lH better grades. There was a good steady
demand, which was lairly well supplied. The
~i,.g for the week were fully 8,600 barrels,
in another column will bo found the usual
mmuarative statement of receipts and ex
rts from the beginning of the month to
iiate and for the -ame time last year, ahow-
I'lH the 6.oca on hand and on shipboard not
cleared, together with the official closing
quotations on Saturday.
, otton. —The week opened with an ad
vance ofin prices since which time they
hive remained quite steady. There was a
fairly steady demand, but there was nut
i ,uch of a supply available, as factors, as a
inle nave kepi pretty well sold up. win e the
drily receipts were very mu all and did n t
adniit of any very extensive buying.
The total tales for the week were 710 baits.
Tne following are the official closing suot
quotations of the Cotton Exchange on Sat
urday:
Middling fair
Good middling 1("
Middling ••••IbJ's
bow middling 9 .s
(iood ordinary dps
Ordinary - nominal
S<i Idand.— The reoelpts reported by factors
for :lie week up to 4p. m. Thursday were 56
ha and tile sales fur the same time 182 bags,
leaving the stock at 1.887 bags. The market
hss been well sustatued, and holders dis
played ii fair degree of firmness and full fur
pur rates were readily obtained. The stock
ius become much smaller and is uow tvell in
hand. We renew previous quotations:
Common Georgias and Flortdas..l4
Medium —l7 ®I7H
tiood medium 18 (MB>4
Medium line
Fine 19^(iJ29
Extra line 21
Choice 22 @23
The receipts ot cotton at this port rrooi all
sources the past week were 1,157 halos of
upland and 6.5 bales sea island, against 2,984
bines of upland and 61 bales sea island last
rear.
Theparticulars of the receicts have bestn as
follows: l er Central ruuroau, 84s bales up
lard: per davannafc, Florida and Western
railway, 158 bales (inland ana 5.: bales sea
island: per Savannah river steamers. 28
bales uuland; per Florida steamers, 27 bales
upland and ? hales s**a i-lsnd.
The exports for the week were S 817 hales
upland and 488 bales sea island: To New
York, 1.812 bales upland, to Baltimore, 63
bales upland and *BB bales sea is and: to Phil
adelphia. 8: bales upland: to Ueral, 1.550
bales upland.
The slock on hand to-day was 5.714
bales upland ana 1.087 bales spa island,
against 24 283 bales of upland ana 4,241 bales
tea island last year.
Coniparat ve Statement of Net Receipts, Exports and Stocks of Cotton to the Following Placet.
Latest Dates.
11 Stork on
Received since Exported since September 1, 1886. 1 hand and on
PORTS. September Ist. Shipboard.
Great O'hr f’n Total C'stonier \
1886-87. 1885-86. Britain Franc*. Porte. Foreign. Ports. ] 1887. 1886.
New Orleans April 8 1,6 7,108 1,623.234 660,625 311,561 3*6,881 1,312.067 327 996 | 19M91 254 725
Mobile, April 8 210.829 235.094 45.1*2 45,4421 169.628' 4,938 34,96*
I Florida April 8 12.835 19.095 j 12.883 ‘
Texas .... April 0 692,879 664,159 252.100 .30.352 96.589' 879.12*1 301 9**o 20.263 40.406
nah (Up’il. .April 8 755.056 721.7*5 226 087 18,648 213,670 i 488.605 270 9591 5.714: 24.2'2
|savannah Is’d April 8 27.210 21,254 1.744 . . 1,744 24.914 i 1,687: 4.241
I r . , , IlJp’d.. .April 8 381,700 450.4*2 89.9T0! 43,86* 140,951 274 7921 99.908 ) 2.691 1 32,085
jt.naricston j Se3 js’d..April 1 7.774 7.545 ! 815 1 . .. ... 825 1 7.095 1.5:'5i 3.3T1
| North Carolina. April 8 133.558 90,186 I OO.0'*:!| 7,960 10,857 109.640; 17.979 j 2.4711 a Ss*
Virginia ..April 8 835.73*! 740.270 ; 4> 9 C 6: i 2.150 1 12..106 4(3.517 211,528 11,147. 56.330
I New York April 8 HI 600 59.226 4:. 41 1 39,7051 292.6201 742.166! ... 212,659 j .W. 211
Other porta April 8 289.418 237.135, j 261,605 8,725 S! 34| 304,959| ; 3UBB| 57.532 j
Total todate 5,00.7, ras I 2,451.5921 465,963' 1,165,4*3 4,083,978 1.455.002 , 504,5441 ...
Total to date in 1886 , *.”0.313 . . . I .1. I I eco. e-J <
Cornyaratlvr Cotton Statement
Of Gross Receipts, Exports and Stock on hand. April 8,
1867, XND FOR THE SAME TIME LAST YEAR.
%
VM-7. j 2535-6.
Sea Sea
Uitind. Upland.'/eland. Uphn l ]
1 Slock on hand September 1.. 1,!49 4,30* Ml
; Heeeived this week 1,157 il 2.‘.ky4
I KeveiTed previously *M4i; 757,8*7 725 018
j Total
Exported this week ......... j < ' 79!| I!, s*l
Exported previously 2i,160J 751,007 | JS,:7 I 6 . .'
| Total.
Slook on luuml sm oii •hip- !
tcanl A onJ 8 / i.'je 7 r.,7U 1.241} 3A.253 .
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M , 'rIOUDR .... Jg.llfll 11,507 11.11 1
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*.*! 4,6411 O*
* l.li| 7.711 11.111
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iIOVHMKNTHOFG’OTTON AT INTERIOR POINTS
giving raceU'ts ami shipments fcr the week
ending April 8 aud stock on rhiul to-night,
aud lor the same time lasi year:
.—Week ending April s, 1887—.
Receipt*. Shipments. Stock.
Augusta 183 917 9,149
Columbus 152 W 6 3,612
Home 27 US 225
Macon 35 1,452 81*
Montgomery 107 71 1.022
Selma 61 l&U 1,190
Memphis 2,*i 7,467 39,272
Nashville.... 368 318 1,725
Total 8,472 11,508 55.989
WniSt ending April 9, 1868.—,
Receipts. Shipment*. Stock.
Augusta 1,362 4,187 26.889
Columbus 618 7U6 8,490
Macon 415 598 2,808
Montgomery 12t 896 6,372
Selina ....? 8 24 8,931
Memphis 8,558 11.267 94,183
Nashville 145 184 2,678
Total 6.280 17,271 149,951
CONSOLIDATED IIOTTON STATEMENT FOR THE
WEEK ENDING APRIL 5.1887.
Beceiptsat all U. 8. ports this week... 29,832
Last year 48 919
Total receipts to date 5,085,788
Last year 4,874,009
Export:)lor this week 48.467
Same week last year 85.439
Total exports to date 3,997,748
Last year 8,8*0.988
Stock at all United States porta 504,5-14
Last, year 800,50}
Stock at all interior towns 56,792
Last year 148,99$
Stock at Liverpool 976,000
Last year 875,000
Amoriesnafloat lor Great Britain 131,000
Last year 185.QQQ
LIVERPOOL MOVEMENT FOR THE WEEK ESP
INO A PHIL 8, 1887, AND FOR THE CORRE
SPONDING WEEKS OF 1886:
1W 7. 7**6. I**6.
Sales for the week . 56,000 80,000 41,000
exporters took 15,000 2.400 3,800
speculators took 8.30 c 9.000 I.HUn
Total stock 976.000 675.000 1,025.090
Of which American.. 802.090 494,000 707,000
T’l imports for week. 88,000 50.'.00 69,000
Of which American. 71,000 32.000 44,000
Actual exports 23.310 IH.xOO 11.400
Amount afloat, 209,000 202,000 185,000
of which American, kjI.OUO 135.000 Ufi.uoo
Price s s id 5 1 lfltl 5 15-16'i
Visible supply of cotton,- — neww we g*,e
the table of visible supply, as made up by cable
andtelcgraph for the financial and Commer
cial Chronicle to April 1. The continental
stocks, as well as those of Great Britain and
the afloat, arc this week’s returns, and con
sequently all the European figures are brought
down to Thursday evening. But to make the
totals the complete figures for April 1 we
sdd the item of exports from the United
States, including in it tne exports of Friday
oniy:
1887. 18,>6.
Stock at Liverpool 959,000 718,0u0
Stock at London 14,000 22.000
Total real Britain stock. 973,000 735,0n0
Stock at Hamburg 3,zUO 4, lvO
Stock at itremeu 40.0UC 41,203
Stock at Amsterdam 24,000 29,000
Stock a>. Rotterdam 490 s>kl
Stock at Antwerp 1,400 1,8>:0
Stock at Havre 288.UJU 184,000
Stock at Marseilles 5,000 7.000
Stock at Barcelona 48,000 84.000
Stook at Genoa 6,000 14,000
Stock at Trieste 11,000 5,090
Total continental stocks... 376,696 350,ice
Total European stocks 1,349,000 1,385,100
Indiacotton afi’t for Europe 250,000 185,00 v
American cotton afloat for
Europe 420,000 292,00 v
Egypt, Uracil, etc., afloat for
Europe 51,000 10,0:0
Stock in United States ports. 641.192 851.740
Stock in U. S. interior towns 121,932 311,763
UmtedStatesexporw to-day *8,714 21,256
Total visible supply 2,756,838 2.758,859
Of the above, the totals oi auiui icau auo
other descriptions are as follows:
A mertcan —
Liverpool stock 777.000 527,000
Coutineutal stocks 280,00 c 254.00 C
American afloat for Europe. 423,000 292,000
United States stock 541.132 851,740
UmtedStalesluteriorstocks. 121,932 311,163
UnitedStatoeexports to-day 28,714 23,256
Total American 2,163,838 2,269,769
Total East India, etc 593.001 489.100
Total visible supply 2,758.838 2,269,759
Tueimportsmto continental ports this wees
have been 60,000 hales.
The above flgures indicate a decrease in
the cotton in sight to dale of 2,021 bales as
compared with the same date of 1866. an in
crease oi 119,055 bales as compared with the
correspondingdate of 1885, and a decrease oi
187,363 bales as compared with 1884.
India Cotton movement.—The following
Is the Bombay statement for the wees and
vear.oriuging the figures down to March 31:
gOMBAYRSOEIPrs As' O SHIPMENTS FOR SOLS
YEARS.
Shipments this week—
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1837 22,000 27.000 49,000
1386 3,000 13.000 16,000
1385 9,090 25,000 34,000
1884 26,000 43,000 69,00s
Shipments since January i
Great Britain. Continent. Total.
1887 93,090 256,000 349,000
1886 94.000 243,000 837,000
1335 67,000 182,090 249,000
1834!'.’. 208,009 288,00 u 446.000
Keceipt* — Ihunoeetc. Since Jan. 1.
71,000 614,000
1888 52,01X1 571,000
1885' 40,000 876,000
1884 78.000 629.000
Aooordlng tothe fff-egolng, BomDay appears
to show an Increase compared with last year
in the week’s receipts of 22.000 b iles, and an
increase in shipments of 33.000 bales, and the
shipments since Jan. I show an increase of
12,000 bales.
FINANCIAL.
Money Market.—Very easy.
Domestic Exchange.—.steady. Banks and
hankers arc buying sight drafts at
per cent premium anu selling at per
cent premium.
foreign exchange.—The market is dull.
Commercial demand. 54 88*d: sixty days,
*4 84%; ninety days. 24 8,0-$; francs.
I'aris and Havre, commercial, sixty Gays.
*5 23; SWISS, *521%; marks, sixty
davs. 01 15-16.
securities.—There was little or nothing
doing during last week in either stocks or
bonds. Quotations nominal for stocks. Bunds
scarce with firm undertone.
STOCKS AND BONDS
State Bon in— art. Allred.
New Georgia I'A percent bonde.,lo6 10%
GanewOs, IS##, January anil July
ooupous 103 104
Btatcof Georglagold quarterlies.lOS 10%
Ga.Smitfi’s, maturity 1896,exiut.122 123
Cuu Bond*—
Atlanta# percent 104 no
Atianla7 percent 115 120
Augusta 7 per cent 105 112
Augusta 6 per cent 10S 110
Columbus 5 percent 93 99
Macon 6 per cent 11l 113
NewbavanuahJuer cefit, quar
terly. On V 104’,$ 105
New savannah 5 per cent, quar
terly. May coupons 103;i *O%
Railroad Bond*
Savannah. Florida and Western
K It general mortgage bonds. 6
percent in t. coupons -... HO 112
A & G Ist m irtgago consolidated
3 percout. coupons J anuary and
Julv. malurltr 1897 119 121
Central consolidated mortgage 7
percent, c .upon* January aud
July, maturity 1893.... ....ll*!4 **4
Goorgiaßidlroad 6s 108 110
Charlotte.Columbiaand Augusta
Ist mortgage 151
Chnrlotto.Columblaaud Augusta
2(lmortgapo 11 Hi
Mobile and Girard 1 mortgage
indorsed 8 per oent, coupons
Jan aud July, maturity lsSn.o*
i ul 105 106
Marietta and North Georgia la
mortgaged percent 100({ 101
Montgomery nnd Rufatlla IK
mortgage indorsed ti oor oeut.lOfl 110
Western amunmn 2d mortgage
indorsed 8 nor cent, coupon*
Oov. matoritr 18i*j ion J*
flouihUaand Kiatndoraed lW
Booth Ua ami Fla 2d mortgage ..112 115
Oor Hr steamship 8 nerot Donna.
enur’d by tmitral Haltroa'l.... 10'1 10!4
OalnrMtili!..lortorou amt South
ern H K Ist mort. guar ant’d . 118 110
Gainesville, Jefferson and South*
I ern. notguaranteed 115 11®
I Gmiiexvirr.J'JtTorßon amlSoiit.il
ern. SdKuurantueu 115 110
Col mil oe ami Home lit ID
doraedU*... .......158 100
Columoimund Western® percent
Ist guaranteed 108l< 100
A iiaiimii min Knoaviile railroad
7 pur cem lt mortgage imnds.ioo 10K
City and Suburban Katlrnad Ist
im>rtgge7 percent bonds tOB 110
/fct./rnn./ M'icic*—
A uiiia and Hataniiab 7 per a.
guaranteed 180
Central common ...til
Georgia oom’BOß. •a-dlyidend MKI Mil
Jtoutbwwtern 1 percent, guernu
nntend. ea-4t*Miet1d.......... U 2 I*B
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1887.
Centra) 6 uor cent certifiuates,lo3 108 H
Atlantaand West Point Railroad
stock 112 113
Atlantaand West Point 6 per ci
certificates.. 105 106
Bunk Stnekt —
Southern Bank State of Georgia 195 280
Merchants’ National Bank 155 160
Savannah Bank and Trust C 0... 91 94
National Bauk of Savannah,.. .117 ...
and in Stock.t* —
.Savannah Gas Light stock, ex
div 22 22>4
Mutual Gas Light 20 23
factory Bond* —
Augusta Factory 6s a 104 ....
Sibley actory6s. 104 ....
Enterprise Factory 6s 105 ....
factory Stocks —
Eagle and Phoenix M’f’g Cos 101 102
Augusta Factory 104 ....
Grar.itevillc Factory I*2 ....
Langley Factory 100 ....
Enterprise Factory Company.... 45 ....
Enterprise Factory, preferred . .110 ....
.1. P. King Manufacturing C 0... 101
Siblcv Manufacturing Cos 96
Natal Stores.—The recotots ror tne past
week have been 2 093 barrels spirits tur
pentine and 7,609 barrels rosin. Tne exports
were 1,447 barrels stunts turpentinoand 14.491
barrels rosin moving as follows: To New
Tork. 4,855 barrels rosin and 265 oarrels spirits
turpentine: to Baltimore. 49 barrels spirits
turpentine and 144 barrels rosin: to. I‘hdudel
iihia. It! barrelsspirits turpentine: to Boston,
15 barrels spirits turpentine and 228 barrels
rosin; to Marseilles, 3,735 barrels rosin, to
London 500 barrels spirits turpentine and
5 469 barrels rosin ; to the interior, 301 barrels
spirits turpentine and 00 barrels rosin. The
following are the Board of Trade quotations:
Rosin —A. B, C, 97 ,c. V 97!„c. E *1 02‘40.
F *1 05, G *! 10. H2l 15, l 2185. K2l 60,
M 21 85, N 12 3‘\ window glass 22 56, water
white 22 80. Spirits turpentine—regular*3sc.
Beneiptt, an.jmienta and stone from April i,
l3S(i. to dats, and for the aorretoontUny date
last year:
Spirits. Rosin. Spirit A. Rosin,
Onhand Aprlll.. 2.546 77,40s 2.116 61.821
Hoo’d this week. 2,093 7.609 1,356 8,763
Ileo’dproviously. 482 2,793 206 1,179
Totals 5 ’lB 87.810 3,758 66,758
Shipments: Forsiyv —
Buenos Ayres.... 260 3.02 C
Cronstadt 2,260
Liverpool 8,176
London.. 500 5,439
Marseilles 8,735
Stettin •••• •••• 2.750
Trieste 4,840
Voastwiss —
Baltimore 49 144 459 1,011
Boston 215 228 485 484
Phiiade'phia 117 .... 417 421
New York 635 5,205 1,195 1,817
Interior towns... 30J 60 *72
Totalshlpmeuts . 1.8*7 14.921 3.278 19,269
Stock on baud ana
on sb i p board
April 9 3,871 72,589 4SO 47.499
lliCE—The market was dull and without
variation during the week. Buyers are
fairly well supplied for the time being aud
talk the lone oi tin market easier. Holders,
however, think their offerings worth about
as much as before and ask full price*. Really
f rime stock will readily command mil value.
he sales for the week were about 750 barrels
at auout quotations:
Fair 3
Good !!*(,§
Prime 4*/[email protected]£
Rough—
Country lots [email protected] r.s
Tide water [email protected] 10
Bacon—Market firm advancing: demand
good*, smoked olcar rib sides, OJac; shoulders,
7Uc;dry s:.lted clear rib sides, STjic; long clear
shoulders. 6;kc; hams, 12V60.
Bagging anp Ties—Market quiet. We
quote: Bagging—2H tbs, Xc; 2 tbs, 8 l 4c;
i% lbs, 74c, according to brand and quan
tity. Iron ties—Arrow. 21GGal05 per bun
dle, according to brand and quantity.
Bagging and ties in retail lots a fraction
higher.
Butter—Market easy; oleomargarine 14a
16c, choice Goshen. 18c; giltedge,22c; cream
ery 2224 c.
cabbage—Florida, 23 00a3 50 per barrel;
supply light; demand good.
coffee—The market Is strong and ad
vancing. We quote lor small lots: Ordt
nar\, 16(qO; tair, 16(4c; good. 16Jic; choice,
17‘4’c; peaberry, 18c.
Cusese— Market higher and advancing;
good demand; stock light. We quote: lla!6o.
Drikii Fruit—Apples, evaporated, 16c;
peeled, 7c; peaches, peeled, 19c; unpeeled,
sn7c; currants. 7o; citron, 25c.
Dry Goods—The market is Arm: business
fair. We quote: I’rints. 4a6c; Geor
gia brown shirting,3-4, 4(4c:7-8 do, 5(4c: 4-4
brown sheeting, 6>4c; white osnaburgs, Ba9e;
checks, 6?4'i7c; yarns, 85c for best makes;
brown drillings, 6} 4 a7*4c.
Fish—We quote full weights: Mackerel-
No. 1, |7 SOa’.O 00; No. 3. half barrels, 26 00a7 00;
No. 2,27 50a8 50. Herrmg—No. 1,20 c; scaled,
25c; cod, sac.
Flour—Market steady; demand moderate.
We quote: Superfine, 23 50, extra, J3 85a4 00;
fancy, 24 90a6 5; choice patent, $5 40a5 90 -
family. 24 60a4 70.
k kuit— Lemons—Stock lull and demand
light. Weqnote: J 4 25a500. Oranges—Market
orisk for good fruii; B’lorldan, 22 50a 00.
Apples-Scarce and poor; good shipping
stock. 24 50a5UU tier barrel.
Grain— corn Market steady; demand
light. We quote: White corn, job lots, 62c;
carload lots( 6oc; mixed corn, job lots, 60c;
carload lots, 58c. Oats steady; good demand.
We. quote: Mixed oats. 46c; carload lots, 44c;
Bran. 2105. Meal, 62 c; Georgia grist,
per suck. 21 50; grist, per bushel, 67(^c.
II ay—Market steady, with A fair demand,
stock ample. We quote job lots: Westorn. 96c;
onrload lots. 90c; Eastern, none: Northern,
none.
Hides, Wool, Etc.—Hides —Market dull;
receipts light; drv flint, lS>6c; salted, llHc;
dry butcher. 9(4c, Wool—Market nominal:
prime in bales. 27c; burrv, 10:tl5c. Wax, lbc.
Tallow. 3a4c. Deer -kins. Hint, 10c; salted,
16c. Otter skins, 25cafl
Ikon—Market urm; awede. 4(4a6c: refined,
2&c.
lard—Market is steady; in tierces, 7%c;
50-lb i ins, 71^0.
Lime,Calcined Plaster and Crment—
Alabama lump lime is in fair demand and
is selling at 21 30 per barrel; Georgia, (1 30-
calomel! piasier. 21 85 sr oarrel; hair, oc;
Rosendalc cement. 21 60; Portland cement. |l.
LIQCORS-Futl stock; steady demand.
Bourbon. $1 60aS 50; rye. HSOaSCO; rectified,
21 OOtt! 35. Ales unchanged aud in good de
mand
Nails—Market firm, advancing. Fair de
mand. We quote: Bd, 24 10; 4d and sd, 23 46;
Bd. S3 20: Bd. 2-' 95; 10(1 to 60d, |2 70 per keg.
Nuts—Almouds.Tarragona, lsaloo; Ivlcas.
17al8c; walnuts. French. 12c: Neples. 16c; pe
cans. 10c; Brazil, l#e; filberts, 12c; cocoanuts,
Bariieon. 25 25 per 100.
Oils— Maret firm; aomand good. Sig
nal,46c; West Virginia black,9aloo; lard. 57c;
headlight. 15c; korosene. 10c: water white,
UAc; lieatsfoot. 5,90 c; machinery’, 26a30c;
linseed, mw, 47c; m>l ed, Sue; mineral seal,
16c; fireproof, 18c, nomelight, 18c.
Onions—Domestic almo.l nominal. North
ern stock sprou t and unsaleable, 21 86 per
crate; barrels. 23 25.
Potatoes—Northern, 22 50a2 75 per barrel.
Peas—Demand !ieiit;cow peas, mixed 75a
80o; clav. 2lOoal 16: -peckled. 81 OOal 10;
black eve. 21 25a 1 50; w hiteorowder. 1 50al 75,
Prunes—Turkish. tSim French. Bc.
Raisins—Demiind light; market steady;
loose new Muscatel, 22 0 >; layers, 22 per box;
London layers, 22 50 per box.
Shot—Drop, ?i 4u: puck, *1 66.
Salt—The dumsud is modt rate and the
market quiet; carload loads, Ofic, fob; job
1 is. 85cail.
Sugars—The market is Wendy: cut
leaf, 6 ',c: standard A. Ohjc; extra C, C
yellow, DQc: grauulatea. 6*4c; powdered
©fie.
syrup—Florida and Georgia syrujis, 3Q,i35c;
tne, marget i quiet lor sngarliouso at B>a4oc:
Cuba siruivlit goods, 28c In hogsheads; sugar*
house molasses. 20c.
Tobacco—Market dull, demand moderate.
We quote: 'looking. 26cx2! *5; chewing, oom
iiuiu,sound, 25u30c; fair, t:Ua36c; medium. :Wa
50c; bright, 50a75c; fine faey. 85a90c: extra
line, 90ca21 10; bright navies. 45a75ci dark
navies, 40a50c.
Lumber—The demand from the West con
tinue good; coastwise and foreign Inquiry is
alho very active. Prices for aternge sched
ules are firm at q> otutions, with some ad
vance, while difficult schedules can only be
placed at considerably advanced prices. We
quote:
ordinary sizes sl3 50a17 00
I) fticultsizes 16 Ooa2l *0
Flooring boards 16 00n*u 50
Shlpstitff .... 18 50 2 1 60
Timber—Market duli and nominal. We
quote:
700 test average $ o 00*11 00
800 •• “ 10 (Wall 00
900 ” *’ 11 *Oal2 00
1,000 ** “ 12 00ul4 00
sk'ppiag'tlniber In the raft
-700 fust average I 6 0"a 7 00
800 •• •* 7 00a 8 00
900 •• •• 8 00a w 00
1,000 •• “ 8 00a 10 00
Mill Umber II below these Ogursa,
FREIGHTS.
Lumbeb—Be Bail -Tonuage far cotetwlso
butiuess IsstUl verr scares and In active do.
mend, Thera are randy nsrg'HM ottering at
our several loadiug ports, and ves
sels coming on Iks market will have
good rneioa at full rctas. There
are several quick lead'.qg cargoes oflurtng
Freight limits are from *-> to *6 25
from this and the near Georgia ports
to the Cliesaneake ports, Philadel
phis. New Y.irk.'.Sound porU ana eastward.
Timber 59cn*l higher than lumber rstes. To
the West Indies and windward, nominal; to
South America, 513a14; to Spanish and Med
iterranean ports. !!lal2; to United Kingdom
for orders, timber, 27a285; ltunber, AS 15s.
Steam—To New York, *7; to Philadelphia,*7;
to Boston. *9, _ . _ .
Navai. Stores—Hull. Foreign—Cork, etc..,
for orders, 4s 3d, and, or 8s; Adriatic, rosin,
3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s 10*$d. Coastwise—Steam—
To Boston. 50c on rosin.*l on spirits; to New
York, rosin. 50c. spirits Hue: to Philadelphia,
rosin 30c. spirits 80c; to Baltimore, rosin, 80c,
spirits 70c
Cotton— By Steam—The market is steady;
offering tonnage in good snppi/.
Liverpool via Now Fork V “*• 6-hkl
Liverpool via Baltimore 8* 18 Md
Antwerp via New York i° igd
Havre via New York #„“>:•••••> Sc
Bremen via New Yam Hi..w......... 11.18
Reval via New York ?! tb • • •.....11-B*l
Bremen via Baltimore lb Bsc
Amsterdam via New York 650
Genoa via New York 1* lb 'jkd
Boston ’jk bale 1 35
Sen island 74 ba1e...., 1 75
New York ?! bale 13*
Sea Island $4 bale • 1 25
I’hilndelphiii l f4 bale 186
Sea island %4 bale. 135
Baltimore bale 1 25
Providence?! halo 150
Rv Sail—
Liverpool PL Bid
Havre 9-82d
Genoa 5-16d
Amsterdam 9-82 U
Hick—By Sieam—
New York ?4 barrel 60
Philadelphia %4 barrel 80
Baltimore?* barrel 60
Boston %4 barrel 80
Vegetables—By Steam—(By special con
tract) —To New York, Philadelphia. Boston
and iiaiiimore, standard crates. 20c; barrels,
40c. Without the contract, crates, 85c; bar
rels, 75c,
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Grown fowls ?4 pair f 65 fij SO
t hickens %to j!i grown 40 A 80
Ducks ?4 pair 50 (and) 75
Geese tfi pair 75 ®1 00
Turkeys?! pair 125 @2 00
Eggs, country, ?! dozen @ 16
Peanuts —Fancy h. p. Va. 28 lb. to 64$
Peanuts—Hand picked tb— @ 6K
Peanuts—Gs. i# bushel nominal "6 ® 90
Sweet potatoes, yel. reds Jl bush 50 ® 60
Sweet potatoes,yel.yams f4bush 65 to 7*
Sweet pot’s, white yams iP bush 40 ® 50
Poultry—Market steady; receipts heavy;
demand light for grown; had to three-quar
ter* grown in good request. Eggs—Market
irregular, with a fair demand; receipts very
light. Peanut*—Ample stock; demand fair;
market firm and advancing. Sugar—Geor
gia and Florida nominal; none in market.
Honey—No demand, nominal. Sweet Pota
toes—Scarce; receipts very light; demand
good.
sl|ipiumji 4>itrliuuiirr.
MIN I ALCiTI aLM ANAaJ—T 1 lib DAY.
Sunrises 5:87
Sun Sets ... 6 25
High W atbr at Savannah. .10:40 A u 11:09 r m
Monday, April 11, 1887.
arrived yesterday.
Bark Flora (Nor), Nielson. Liverpool, with
salt to C M Gilbert A Cos; vessel to Master.
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina, Darien. Dnlioy,
Brunswick aud Fornandina—C Williams.
Agent.
ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTER
DAY.
Bark Arcndal (Nor), Olsen, Buenos Ayres,
in ballat—A R Salas Jt Cos.
Bark Platon (Nor), Andersen, Pasages, In
ballast—Master.
SAILED YESTERDAY.
StcamshiD Naoooebee. New York.
Sehr Island City, Baltimore.
MEMORANDA,
Now Y'ork. April *—Cleared, sobr Lester A
Lewis, Moody, Key Well and Pensacola.
Sailed, steam sehr Louis Bucki, Jackson
ville.
Dantzic. April 6—Arrived, bark Onnt(Nor),
Abrahumsen, Savannsh.
Port Glu-g'iw. April B—Arrived, bark Terzo
(Nor), Hus. Pensacola.
Rio Janeiro, March 18—In port, bark Verona
(Br). Dlx, from Brunswick.
Brunswick, April B—Arrived, sehrs Motile
Rhodes,Watts,New York; Meesenger. Falker.
Boston.
Sailed, bark Navigator <Rus), Petterson,
Rotterdam.
Wiscassett, April 7—Sailed, sebr Mattie E
Eaton. Gam age, Pensacola.
Cnoußw. April B—Arrived, Steamer North
Durham (Br), William*. New Tork: Bth, etr
Elphinstone (Bn, Dobson. Philadelphia.
Fernsndina. April 8— Cleaned, sebrs Cum
berlsud. Webber, Barbados; Mary McFar
iapd. Montgomery, Trinidad.
Darien, April B—Cleared, sehrs Herman B
Ugden, Church, New York; Job H Jackson,
Lewis, New Haven.
Pensacola, April B—Arrived, bark Eliza
Everett GJr), Keneally, Aspiuw all.
Cleared, barks Alpha (Nor), Gron, Monte
video; Giuseppe Kmin&uuele (lialj, Ollvari,
Genoa.
Port Royal, S C, April B—Arrived, steamer
Coventry 1 Br„ Bacon. Philadelphia.
New York. April 10—Arriyod, sleamblps
Suevia and NormaDdie.
RECEIPTS.
Per steamer St Nicholas, from Fernandina
and landings—l bale cotton, 4u boxes vegeta
bles, 11 boxes oranges, 16 bills hides, 3 cases
shoes, 5 bills si okr. 6 kegs fish, 3 boxes mdse. 1
bag clothing, 7 bbls spirits turpentine, 1 curt,
1 box sturgeon, 5 boxes drugs.
EXPORTS.
Pe* steamship Nacoocheo. for New York
-83 bains upland cotton. 15 hales sea island cot
ton. 43 bales domestics and yarns, 8 turtle, 43
bb's cotton seed oil. 454 bbls spirits turpentine,
967 bbls rosin, 108,229 feet lumber. 9 pkgs fresh
flsh. 8 bales hides. 1.602 bills and 1.176 crates
vegetables, 26 bbls and 1.085 boxes oranges, 27
refrigerators berries, 401 pkgs mdse, 112 tacks
iron ore, 214 tons pig Iron.
PASSENGERS.
PerstoamerSt Nicholas, from Fernandlna
aud land lags—M Ballon and wife, T Hilton.
Miss Annie Maratl, Miss Marie McGlasnln, N
L Mayer, N Nathan, A Sloan and wife, S J
Morrell, Win Murray. B Glenn, T Williams,
J G Burpee, and 6 deck.
CONSIGN EES.
Per steamor St Nicholas, from Fernanllna
and landings—R Kirkland. Kavauaugh AB.
Lee Roy Myers, Ellis. Y’ A Cos, T P Bond A Cos,
J s Collins A Cos. W II Sauls, U B Habersham,
Meinbard Bros A Cos, EckmanAV, O Trot,
M Y Henderson. H Mver- A Bros, Cheenutt A
O’N, P B Springer, IV W Gordon A Cos, Lipp
man Bros, J 8 Wood A Itro, Lillentbal A Son.
Llstor Vessels Up, Cleared and Sailed
for thin Port.
BARKS.
Isbaaden (Nor). -—, Liverpool, sld Dec 18.
Tidvo (Rue), Sneliinan, Havre, aid Jan 26.
Trv (Nor), Aanonsen. Liverpool, slil Feb 7.
Brilliant (Nor), Rasmussen, \V bitehaven, sld
FebS.
Pollux (Nor), IlaDsen. , sld .
Diana (Gerj, Nordbrodt, Bremen, sld Feb 18.
Pliisou (Aus), Cusullch. Buenos Ayres, sld
Jan 10.
Slrrab (Nor), Larsen, Liverpool, sld Feb—.
Caroline (Nor),Olsen, Barbados, sld March 2.
Freydla (Nor), Patterson, Sharpness, sld Mch
9.
Bilaud (Nor), C&rlacn. Liverpool, sld March
Hama (Nor;, Jorgensen, Marseilles, eld March
26.
Lindcsnaes (Nor), Lconardsen, Buenos
A t ree, sld March —.
Candour (Nor;, Nielsen, Buenos Ayres, sld
Dec 16.
Scotia (Hr), Smeltzer. Buenos Ayres, sld Feb
9.
Surto (Aus), Mmuch. Buenos Ayres, eld Feb
11. 1 '
Chalgrove (Br), Francis, Pernambuco, sld
March 3.
Milton ( Nor). Kroger. Montevideo, sld Feb 26.
Embla (Nor,, Moller, Sablesd’Olomie, sld Meh
14.
Kretdis (Nor), Larsen, Gloucester, sld March
9.
Juno (Uer), Limit, St Vincent, C V, sld March
7.
Vhg (Nor), Gregortsen, Buenos Ajrres, sld
Fob *7.
Lacamnn dial), Simoanettl, Baltimore, eld
April 6.
*OBOON KIM.
Bessie Morris, Brown, Norfolk, In distress,
March 21.
Standard, Oram. New York, up March MO,
Wm II Keeney, Lippincoll, Perth Amboy, up
April 0.
Ksi* V Altken, Brower, Boolhbay, ap March
A nine C Bliss,(PDoneall,Baltimore, sld A pi 6.
Ilcnry P Sliumons, Grace, Philadelphia, up
April I.
AiiuieC i.rsie, Grace, Philadelphia, up Apl I.
Austin l Knight, Dnakwaier, New York,
up April I.
Alps KChee'tv Ufrel!,Now York,up Able.
LIST OF VESSELS IN THE PORT OF
SAVANNAH.
SA V ANN AH, April 10, 1887.
BTKAH6HIPS.
Johns Hopkins, 1,471 tong. Footer, Baltimore,
<lls—J B West & Cos.
Tallahassee, 2,877 tons, Fisher, New York, Ids
—G M Sorrel.
Two steainsnips.
BARKS.
Kotina dial), 4')9 teas, Tomaselli, at quar
antine, wtg—A R Salaa A Cos.
Unions JP (Ital), 529 tons,/.mo—A R Salaa A
Cos. .
Arendal (Nor). 484 tons, Olsen, at quarantine,
wig—A R Salas A Cos.
Johannes Rod (Non, 444 tons, Gjertsen, Eu
rope, ldg—A R Salaa A C.o,
Arlington (Nor), 828 Cons, Torjeson,Liverpool,
ills—A R Salas A Cos.
Pohona (Br), 799 tous, Jamieson, Liverpool,
In distress—Holst A Cos.
Sandvlk rSw), 638 tons, Allman, Baltic, ldg—
Holst A Cos.
Gyller (Nori, 4.39 tons. Halvoraen, at quaran
tine, wtg—Strachan A Cos.
Elba, 48* tons. Tilton, Baltimore, ldg—Jos A
Roberts A Cos,
Vidette, 640 tons. Tuauall, Philadelphia, Idy,~
Jos A Roberts A (,o.
Elena (Ger), 867 tous, Garber, Europe, ldg—
S Kalman.
Alma (Kns), 760 tons. Kouneberg, port in
Spain, ldg—D C Bacon A Cos,
Pandora iNon, 616 tons, Cjeruldseu, Liver
■ >oi. die—B P Bhotter A Cos
J W Holmes (Bn, 918 tons, Ifewoombe, Lon
don, eld —P tersoD, Downing A Cos.
Evangeline (hr), 384 tons. Green, Cork (or or
ldg— Paterson, Downing A Cos.
ller/.ogin Anna (Ger). 478 tons, Carl Klilger.
Europe ldg-S Patman.
Actaeon (Nor), 666 tons, Nordstrom, Baltic,
id*—Holst A Cos.
Mimer (Nor), 419 tons, Hansen, at quarantine,
wtg—Holst A Cos.
Piston (Nor), 444 tons, Andersen, at quaran
tine, wtg—Master.
Fioru (Nor), 478 tons, Liverpool, dis—Master.
Twenty harks.
BRIGS.
Robert Diillon, 481 tons, Hawkins, Now York,
ldg—McDonough A Cos.
One brig.
SCHOONERS.
Elwood Burma, 875 tons, Washington, Rook
port, dm—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
A P Nowell, 241 tons, Crowell, Philadelphia,
dis—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
A Dcnike. 427 tous, Townsend, Baltimore,
dis—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Tom Williams, :!4S tons. Mills. New York, dis
—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Tims P Ball, 408 tous, Ryder, New York, ldg—
Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Peter C Seim Ur, 813 tons, Thompson, New
York, ldg—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Susau H ltitcbie, 513 tons, Perkins, Rock port,
dis —Jos A Roberts A Cos.
City o( Philadelphia, 1187 tons. Burton, Phila
delphia, dm—Jos a Roberts A Cos.
Annie S Connnt, 486 tous. Blatohford, Rock
port, dis—Jos A Roberts A Cos.
Nine schooners.
Decline ol Europe’s Gambling Re
sorts.
Front a Pant f.ettar.
The earthquake has no doubt wrought
the Ligurian pleasure resorts serious
permanent harm. For several years past
these places have not been prosperous.
The epidemic of Asiatio cholera ruined
two neiiHeus. Other oauses have acted
as a blight upon Nloe, Mentone and
Cannes. For the iaet three years the
hotel receipts at all the Riviera resorts
except one bare been decreasing at the
rate of 10 per cent, a year. It will cost
an enormous sum to repair the material
damages done by the earthquakes. Hut
it will be impossible to restore publlo
confidence and renew the popularity these
places once enjoyed. The one exception
has been Monaco. Us prosperity has
steadily increased. Clamor against its
gambling den has not injured It. Scan,
dais of suicides oceui ring dally have not
Mlecten it. Tbe stream of visitors has
constantly increased and so bava ths
profitsof tbe Casino. Ido not hesitate to
deolaie, however, that Monte Carlo also
has seen its beat days, and will honoe
torth decline with the rest of the Riviera.
Why 7 Because of the change of manage
ment. YN bile M. Blanc, and bis widow
alter bun, lived, ana owned and managed
the whole concern, the profits were enor
mous, but the expenditures for the pleas
ure of visitors were also great.
Gamier wat engaged as archi
tect of tbe theatre. Uuelave Ilore
was paid S!>OQ a dav for frescoing its
walls and ceiling. Snob artists as Patti,
Capoul and Faure were oonstantly en
gaged there, and the orchestra was the
finest in the world. But now tbe place is
run by a stock company, whose members
think only of getting big dividends. Tbe
place is not kept in good repair. Third
rate artists are engaged, and there is an
air of mealiness and ultra economy every
where. bucb a policy increases tbe pres
ent proflts, but it will soon result in ruin
to Monte Carlo. Then perhaps the
gambling den will be broken up altogeth
er, and that will he a positive gain for
morality in Europe.
MORTLAKY REPORT
Of thcCity of Siivaniiuh for the Week
Ending Friday, April 8, 1887.
Whites. I Bl’kAC'l’U
Over Un- Over Ur-
Cansesof Death. 10 derio 10 d*rl
M. F M. F M. F M. F
Bruin congestion 1
Cancer, uterine ... 1
Consumpt’n. lungs 1
C‘ avulsions, puerp 1
Dropsy l
Heart valvular 1
Marasmus 1
Neglect 1 2
Ola age 1
Pneumonia I 1.,
Spasms I ..
trismus nascent’m 1
Total. 2 J 1 J_ 2 4 2 1
RECAPITULATION
Deaths in city—Whites. 6; blacks and col
ored, 9; total. 13.
SUMMARY,
Age 9 Whites Color’d o
M. |F. M. |V. 1
Under lvear.. 1 ll 2 16
Bel ween 10 and 20 years 1 1
Between 20 and 30 years 1 l2
Between 30 ami 40 veurs 1 ... I
Be ween 60 and 80 years 1 1 .... 2
Between 80 and 70 years.. 1 1 2
Between 70 amt ho years , I ... 1
Between VO and 10u years 11
Total.. 3 8 4 513
Population—Whites. 28,676; blacks and col
ored. 19.111; total, 46.7KH.
Annual ratio per LOOS for Week—Whites,
11.8; blacks and colored, 14.6.
J. T. MCFARLAND. M. D..
Health Officer.
ilnOrrUkrr.
W. I>- DIXON,
UNDERTAKER,
DKALER IK ALL KlNi>B OP
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
ttJßullst. Residence 69 Liberty st.
SAVANNAH. GA.
Rex Magnus!
FOR SALE BY
C. M. GILBERT &c CO.,
Aaeut* for Gourd llt and Florida.
RUBBER GOODS.
BKD PANS, Air Cuabloas, Air
Pillows. Met Water Bottle*, foe Bare, Rubber
Cioth ana Bandages, at
Strong’s Drue: Btore.
ri'O COUNTY omCISIU.-Booke and
I Hlankerenuir* iby county otll.ers for tke
ue* of th> courts, or lor mbr uw. ui>ulted i
order by tbe MORNING KIWI PRINTING
MOllfcK. • Wkilaker eireet.baieauab.
ISroßmf.
NOW—THE TIME TO SPECULATE
ACTIVE fluctuations in the Market offer
oppoitunities to speculators to make
money in Gram. Stocks, Bonds and Petro
leum. Prompt personul attention given to
orders received by wire or mail Corres
pondence solicited. Full information about
the markets in our book, which will be tor
warded free on application.
H. D. KYLE, Banker and Broker,
88 Broad and 34 New Streets, New York City
A. L. lIAKTRIDUE,
SECURITY BROKER.
BUYS and sells on commission all olaßsesof
.Stocks and Bouda.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York quotations famished by private
tloker every tHte.n minutes.
Wm. T. Williams. w. Cummino.
WM. T. WILLIAMS & CO.,
BROKERS.
ORDERS EXECUTED on tbe Now York,
Chicago and Liverpool Each'ages.
?• COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
J.WILEY HARRIS, from Macon. Ga.
THOS. F. BLACK, from Atlanta, Ga.
A. HER/, BE KG, Gadsden, Ala.
HARRIS, BLACK & CO..
Office on Broad St., next to Pbmnix Hotel,
GADSDEN,ALA.
REAL estate. Slocks and Bonds. Fire
and Life Insurance. Mineral Lands a
spcoialtv. Correspondence solicited,
JPaiiho.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmeu City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL *130,000
IMRANS ACT a regular banking business.
Give particular attention to Florida ool
'octinns. Correspondence, solicited, lssuo Ex
change on New York, New Orleans. Savan
nah and Jacksonville, Fla Resident Agents
for Coulte A Cos. and Melville, Evans A Cos., of
London, England. New York, correspondent:
TheSaaboard National Bank.
frrmtirre.
William Raven*!,. President.
JjjtTONO PHOSPHATE COMPANY
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Established 1870.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS,
80LUBLEGUANO( highly ammonintsd).
DISSOLVED BONE.
ACID PHOSPHATE.
ASH ELEMENT.
FLOATS.
GERMAN KAINIT.
HIGH GRADE RICE FERTILIZER.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES.
Office, No. 12 Broad SqpjcET.
All orders promptlv filled.
R, M. MEANS, Treasurer.
B-’JS J 1 1 ——---■I6S3
|HiUtnrrt|.
SUN BONNETS!
Orders Takeu for Sun Bouuets.
Felt Lambrequins 2i yards
long, half yard wide, stamped,
$1; elaborate designs $1 25.
Felt Scarfs, stamped, 54
inches.long, IS inches wide,
stamped on both ends, 50c.
Art materials furnished at
lowest prices. Stamping done
on short notice.
Mrs. Kate Power,
ST. JULIAN AND BULL STREETS.
PLANTS
OUR stock of Greenhouse and Bedding
Plants, Evergreens, Boses,etc., for spring
planting is unusually large. Catalogue freo.
Address I\ J. BERCKM A NS,
Frnitland Nurseries,
Augusta. Ga.
KILLING’S NURSERY.
WHITE BLUFF ROAD.
PLANTS, BOUQUETS, DESIGNS, CUT
FLOWERS furnished to order. Leave
orders at Davis Bros.’, corner Bull and York
si reels. Telephone call 2*9.
S'—'L—TY’-D-lLil. 1 ■ L'.’J "1
JK*uai.
Cough Remedies.
AYBRS’ CHERRY PECTORAL. JAYNE’S
EXPECTORANT. HALE’S HONEY
AND TAB. BOSCHEK’S GERMAN BYBUP.
BULL’S COUGH SYRUP, PISOS CURE, at
BUTI.ER’S PHARMACY,
BULL AND CONGRESS STREETS.
I CURE FITS!
When I Mr ir. 1 So ot anstn m.ily to .lop tim to
. 11m..n4 th.o P... tP.m r.flTro Mads. 1 “If*" ‘J J
r*l our.. I Pv "''>* ? SI.M of File, ri
JWBT or FAI-i-WO MICK SKA . I. I""* *'”■ I
tr.rr.pl ray .oraMT is or. IP. wont c mm. •<*■*
,ltiers ba*• felted !• no r*a*n for o*t ntenM •
■Mr*. o*ud st ooc© for a treatU© aad • •®Mte <“ ■
nfelMble rrndT Ky r, ‘ M * d
lotiiluf ter a trial, od I wtil cnr yon. .. T -
* Mr—* • • R'M'T. Faarl ..KwToHu
Piililiruttonst.
Georjia Gazetteer-—IBB6--’67
AND m
Business & Planters’ Directory
WITH ELEGANT Mil*
Containing an alphabetical list
of ail cities, towns artd villages '
in the State, with a list of all
persons doing business therein.
A classified business direc
tory, with list of persons in
each line of business and their
post office addresses.
A list of 50,000 farmers
with their rating from official
sources and their post office
addresses.
A county directory, giving
population, number of im
proved acres, with assessed
value,.and full list of county
officers. Only a limited num
ber left. Price by mail, pos
tage paid, $5 30.
Address all orders to
J. H. E 8 TILL,
WAV AGNAIL UA.
eiottting.
New Store,
Elegant Goods
and Comfort
LaFar’s New Store.
Sprini Hals in all the Colors.
DUNLAP’S New Spring Derby Han, Dun
lap’s New 811 k Hats, Nasclmento’s Self
Conforming Hats, Boys’ and Men’s Straw
Hats just opt: n lug, FOREASTER.
Lawn scarfs and Ties, Pique Searfs, Fancy
Percale Scarfs, from 8c to IBc.
Beautiful Silk Scarfs and Ties. New Sus
penders in silk ami satin.
Men’s Silk Gloves. Fine Shirts. The best
Shirt for $1 in the city.
Silk Umbrellas. The famous “Gloria Cloth;”
cheaper and will last longer than silk. Try
them,
UNDKRWE YU.—Half Hose; the very best
26c goods sold in Savannah.
Valises, Satchels, Silk Handkerchiefs, and
FINE DRESS OR BUSIN RSS SUITS TO
ORDER. Call and see samples at
LaFar’s New Store.
2b Hull Street. Hamilton’s Old Stand.
Our Elegant anil Handsome Line
—OF—
CLOTHING
—FOR—
Spring Wear
IS now ready and on exhibition. The public
are cordially invited to call and inspect it
whether to purchase or simply to see the
styles tbat will prevail the ensuing season.
Our samples from wbiob to make selection*
for
!•
Garments to Order
1
have been pronounced perfect In tne extra mg’
and will be shown with pleaeure.
Thorough and Entire Satlsfactisii
Is assured to all enstomers.
A. FALK & SDN:
“THE FAMOUS-
Has Knocked the Wind oat of nigh
Prices for Clothing.
Before puroftaaing a Spring Suit it will pay
to look at our stook, all or o*r own manufac
ture. THE FAMOUS NEW YORK CLOTH
ING HOUSE, 14U Congress street, shows this
season tbe prettiest lino of Suitings at the
swest possible prices; also a fine line ot
Straw Hats and Gentlemen’s Furnishing
goods.
Aflvtruitural 3uulrmtnt*.
Apaltml Implement tee,
Noe. IRS and :B5 St. Julian and 300 and 20*
Congress Htrrete. manufacturer of
and dealer in
Plows anil Plow Materials of all Kindi
CL'LKY PJ3W9: Melkle’s celebrated Blue
O Grass.
HARROWS: Tbomae’ Smoothing, Scotch,
Revolting, Diamond and AdjustableHarrow*.
MOWKRS AND KKa I’KKS .Jebnson and
John I*. Many’s mak< e.
HAT HAKES: Hd mis ton A Waddell’s fine
maker.
RICK DRILLS: llooeier Drill Comiiany'a
ateet makes.
CULTIVATORS AND HORSE HORS:
Planet, .Jr., and Pariah makes.
CORN MILLS: Greene's and Nordyke A
Marmou’s patents.
Engines, Huy and Cotton Press, Corn Shell
ers. Cotton Planters, Mill Stones, eto.
GEO. W. PARISH
SAVANNAH. GA,
CULTIVATORS!
CHEAPEST AMI BEST.
—FOK SALK ar—
WEED & CORNWELL
flour.
HECKER’S
Self - Raising
FLOUR
Makes Delicious Biscuit.
Bead? for instant llie.
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ff&untttnmti.
EVELYN "COLLEGE
y*oa YOUNG WOMKN. Princeton, N. J.
I Prospectus, lull particular., .eat on n
-tilnalLm to J. 11. MclLtAIN*
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