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SAVANT. H MrvftKET - OFFICE OF THK MOBNIHO NEWS, t Savannah, Ga.. Oct. a>, 4 i*. m. \ Cotton The rr.arket wns quiet and steady. There was only a iißht demand, but holders suc ceeded in obtaining full values for all offerings. The total sales for the day were 1,047 hales. On 'Change at the opening call, at 10 a. m., t e market was reported quiet and unchanged, „ jth sales of 1,077 bales. At the second call, at j p. in., it was steady, the sales being 88.1 hales. At the third and last call, at 4p. m., it closed steady and unchanged, with sales of 177 bales. The following are the official closing spot the Cotton Exchange: Middling fair 0 5-16 Good middling Middling 0 Low middling f 13-16 Sea lull ud— The market was quiet and steady, yh re was a fair inquiry, and fully 15; bags ere sold on the basis of quotations. We quote: Common Georgias I Common Floridas i ll ® 1, 78 Medium lS^hlft Medium fine H*4i@l9?i Erne 20 @.201^ Extra fine 21 @ Choice 22 <& Comparative Cotton Statement. Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Oct. 26, 1887, and for the Same Time Last Year. 1887-88. i 1886-87. IhSd.\ Upland ; Island. Won* Stock on hand Sept. 1.. . 575; 6,8181 j 1,149 4,304 Received to-day 45 7,40? ! 7,100 Received previously 2,850 356,085: j 3,094 273,894 i Total 8,470* 370,370 j 4,318 885,298 ! . , r : Exported to-day 170 13,510, .... I Exported previously 1,0791 239,503. 1,540| 161,742 ; Total j 1,849 253.01:!; 1,5-10 161,742 ’ Stook on band and on ship- 1 1 board ii 1,C21! 117,357 ; 2,7081 123,550 Rice—The market was firm, with a good de mand. The sales for the day were $69 barrels. The following are the official quotations of the Board of Trade. Small job lots are held at %c higher: Fair 4% Hood Prime* 4%@5 Rough— Tide water $1 25 Country lots 80f(& B 5 Naval Stokes The market was very firm for spirits turpentine, and was generally held higher. There was a good inquiry, and fully 500 casks were sold. At the Board of Trade on the opening call the market was reported quiet nt 32*4 e for regulars. At the closing call it was firm at 32*4 c for regulars, with sales of 270 casks, of which 120 casks were on private terms. Rosin—The market was strong with an active demand, sales of the lower grades being made at higher prices than quotations. The sale* for the day were fully 1,870 barrels. At the Board of Trade on the first call the market was re ported firm at the following quotations: A. B, C and I) '.)2%c, E 97%c, F Si 00 O and H $1 02%, I Si 05, K $1 26. M R 1 35, N Si 55. window' glass $2 15, water white $2 05. At the closing call it was unchanged, with sales of 407 barrels. NAVAL STORES STATEMENT. Spirits. Fosin. Stock on hand April 1 2,543 77,408 Received to day ... ... 549 !,823 Received previously 132,229 340,658 Total J 35,321 419,889 Exported to-day 105 1,163 Exported previously 124,842 356,957 Total ..124,447 358,120 Stock on hand and on shipboard to-day 10,874 61,769 Receipts same day last year 260 1.074 Financial—Money is in active demand and easy. Domestic Exchange—Easy. Banks and bank ers are buying sight drafts at *4 per cent dis count. and selling at Vs per cent discount to par. Foreign Exchange- The market is steady. Commercial demand, $482%; sixty days, $4 79%; ninety days, $4 78: francs. Paris and Havre, commercial, sixty days. $5 2814; Swiss, $5 '-8-^4; marks, ninety days, 94%. Securities—The market is fairly active for both stocks and bonds, with a good demand for Ceutral railroad stock and debentures. Stocks and Bonds —City Hands -Quiet. At lanta 6 per cent long date, 108 bid, 11*) asked: Atlanta 7 per cent., liS bid, 121 asked: Augusta 7 per cent long date. 115 bid, tIS asked; Au gusta 6s long date. l(*s bid, 110 asked; Columbus 5 per cent, 100 bid, 105 asked; Macon 6 per cent, 1!1 bid, 112 asked: new’ Savannah 5 percent, January coupons. 100% bid, 101*4 asked; new Savannah 5 per cent, November coupons, 101*4 bid. 102 asked. State Bonds — Market steady, w ith light sup ply. Georgia new os, 1.889, 101 bid, 102 asked; Georgia neiv 4%5. 105 bid, 106 asked: Geor gia 7 per cent gold* guarterly coupons, 103% bid, 105 asked; Georgia 7 per cent, coupons January and July, maturity 1896, 120 bia. 121 asked. Railroad Stocks —Central common, 123% bid, 124% asked; Augusta and Savannah 7 percent guaranteed, 131 bid, 132 asked: Georgia com mon, 195 bid, 197 asked; Southwestern 7 j>er cent guaranteed, 125% bid, 126% asked; Cen tral 6 per cent certificates, IJO% bid. 101 asked; Atlanta and West Point railroad stock, 109 bid, 111 asked; Atlanta and West Point 0 percent certificates. 103 bid, 101 asked. Railroad Rond* —Market quiet. Savannah Florida and Western Railway Company general mortgage 0 per cent interest, coupons October, 114 bid, 11(1 asked; Atlantic and Gulf lirst mort gage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons Janu ary and July, maturity 1397, 114 bid. 115 asked; Central consolidated mortgage 7 per cent, coupons January and July, maturity 180:1, 1091)4 bid, 11044 asked; Georgia railroad6s, 1897, 10t> bid, 108 asked; Mobile and Girard second mortgage indorsed 8 per cent, coupons January and July, maturity, 1889, 109 bid, 10344 asked; Montgomery and Eufaula first mortgage 6 per cent, indorsed by Central railroad, 106J4 bid. 108 asked; Marietta and North Georgia first mortgage, 50 years, 6 tier cent, 100 bid, asked; Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta first mortgage, 111 bid, lli asked; Charlotte, Co lumbia and Augusta second mortgage, 110 asked; Western Alabama second mortgage indorsed 8 percent, IIW bid, 107 asked; Souih Georgia and Florida indorsed, 118 bid, 190 asked; South Georgia and Florida second mortgage, 114 bid, 118 asked; Augusta and Knoxville first mortgage 7 per cent. 111 bid, lllWi asked; Gainesville. Jefferson and South ern first mortgage guaranteed, 115 bid, 11814 asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern not guaranteed, 113 asked; Ocean Steamship 0 per cent bonds, guaranteed by Central railroad, 103 bid. 10,114 asked; Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern second mortgage guaranteed, 113 asked; Columbus and Rome first mortgage bonds, indorsed by On tral railroad, 105 bid, 107 asked; Columbus and Western 6 per cent guaranteed, 106 bid, 107 asked; City and Suburban railway first mort gage 7 per cent, 107 bid, 109 asked. Dank Stock s—Nominal. Southern Bank of the State of Georgia, 198 hid, 902 asked; Mer chants' National Bank, 158 bid. 169 asked ; Sa vannah Bank and Trust Company, 95 bid, 97 asked; National Bank of Savannah, 190 bid, 121 asked; Oglethorrie Savings and Trust Com pany, 10?' bid, 108 asked Goa Stocks- Savannah Gas Light stock,_ ex dividend, 90V4 bid, 21 asked; Mutual Gas Light stock, 20 bid, 93 asked. Bacon—Market steady: demand good; smoked clear rib si ies, 844 c: snoulders, 84*>e; dry salted clear rib sides, T-tJc: long clear, 744 c; shoulders, none; hams, 13c. Baooino and Ties—Market irregular. We quote: Bagging—244 lbs, 844©8J4c; 2 B>s, 7)4® 7'4c; 3)s, 6%@7)4c. according to brand and quantity, iron ties—Arrow and other brands, none; nominal, Si 25 per bundle, according to brand and quantity. Bagging and ties in re tail lots a fraction higher. Butter-Market steady; oleomargarine, 14® 18c; choice Goshen. 20c; gilt edge, 23@25c; creamery, 25(ft28c. Cabbage—Northern, 12®13e. Cheese -Market steady; fair demand. We quote, 11 ©lsc. Coffee—The market is steady. Wo quote. Ordinary, 1944 c; fair, 2044 c; good, 21c; choke, 22c; peabern, sic. Dried Fmnr—Apples, evaporated, 12c; peeled, 744 c. Peaches, jiceled, 19c; unpecled, s(@?7c. j Currants, 7c. Citron, 25c. Dry Goods— The market is firm; business fair. We quote: Prints, 4©6c; Georgia brown shirt ing, 3-4. 144 c; 7-8 do. 544 c; 4-1 brown sheeting,! 64? c; white osnaburgs, s© 10c: checks, B)4® | 7c; yarns, 85c for best makes, brown drillings, 7<a744c. Fisa—Light demand on account of high price;-. We quote full weights: .Maokere! —No. 1, $7 50©1000; No. 3. half barrels, nominal. $6 ()fi©7 Oil: No. 2. #7 50,®H SJ. Herring—No. 1. 20c; scaled, 25c. Cod, 5© Bc. Flour—Market steady; demand moderate. | We quote; Extra, $3 70(b,3 35; fanev, St *o© 1 : choice patent, $5 10 5 35; family, $1 10© 4 35. r KriT- Leino v Dnnani We quote: $ <X)©3 50. Apples. N< rtl.ern, $3 (X) 4 00. GiLUN--Conj— Auc ket very firm; demand likid. We quote: White corn, jo a lots. (.9c; carload l..ts. trie; mixed corn, job lots, 65c; car toad lots. 02c. Oats steady; demand good. We quote: Mixed oats, 4V; carload lots 40e. Bran, $llO. Meal. 62%c. Grist, per bushel, 67%c. Hay—Market v.-rv (irm. with a fair demand; stock ample. We quote job lots: Western, $i 10; carload lots, $1 (X): Eastern, none; North ern, none. Hides. Wool. Etc.—Hides—Market dull; re ceipts light: dry Mint, lie; salted, 9c; dry bytcber.se. Wool—Receipts light; prime, in bales, 25c: burry. 10©!5e. Wax. 18c. Tal low. 3©4c. Deer skills,'"flint, 20c; salted, 16c. Otter skins. 50c(it$4 00. Iron—Market firm; Swede, 4%©5c; refined, 2%c. Lard—Market steady; in tierces, ?%c; 50 1b tins. 7%c. Lime, Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is sell ing at $1 30 per barrel: Georgia, $1 30 per bar rel; calcined plaster, $1 50 per barrel; bair, 4c; Rosen dale cement, $1 50; Portland cement, $2 50. Liqcors— Full stock; steady demand. Bour bon. $1 50©5 50; rye, $150©6 00; rectified, $1 00©i35. Ales unchanged and in fail* de mand. Nails—Market firm; fair demand. We quote: 3d, $3 80: 4vl and sd. $3 15; 6d, $2 90; Bd, $2 65; lOd to God. $2 40 per keg. Almonds—Tarragona. 18©20c; Ivicas, 17©l8c; walnuts. French, 12c: Naples, 16c; pe cans, 10c; Brazil, 10c: filberts, 12c 1 ; eoeoanuts, Barracoa. $5 00 per 100. Oils—Market firm: demand good. Signal, 45c; West Virginia black, 9©loc; lard. s*c; headlight, 15c; kerosene, B*4© 10c; water white. 13%c; neatsfoot, 05©H0e; machinery, 25©3)c; linseed, raw. 18c: boiled, 51c; mineral seal, 16c; fireproof, 1S0; liomeligbt. 18c. Onions -Northern, per barrel, $3 75. Potatoes—Northern, $ i 00. Peas—New crop in light supply and demand; cow peas, mixed. 75c; clay, *. 0c: speckled Si 10; black eye, $1 50© 1 75; white crowder, $1 50© 1 75. Prunes—Turkish. 5%c; French, 10c. Raisins—Demand light; market steady. Lay ers, $3 00; London layers, new, $3 25 per box SJalt—The demand is moderate ana the mar ket is quiet; carload lots, 05c fob; job lots. 75 ©9oc. .‘shot —Drop. $1 40: buck. $1 65. Sugar—The market is higher; cut loaf, 7%c; standard A, >%c; extra C. 6*40; yellow C, 5%c; granulated. 7%e, powdered, 7%c. Syrup—Florida and Georgia syrup, 45c; the market is quiet for su,2arilou.se ai 30© 40c: Cuba straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugarhous * molassess, 20c. Tobacco—Market dull; demand moderate. We quote; Smoking. 25c©#l 25; chewing com moil, sound, 25©30c; fair, 30©35e: medium, .38 ©soc: bright, 50©75c; fine fancy, 85@90c; extra fine, 90e©$1 10; might navies, 45©75c; dark navies, 40© 50e. Lumber—Th-3 demand continues improving, and prices remain firm at quotations. We quote fob: Ordinary sizes $l3 50© 17 00 Difficult sizes 16 90©21 50 Flooring boards 16 00©2I 50 Shipstuff 18 50©21 50 Timber—Market dull and nominal. We quote: 700 feet average $ 9 00© 11 00 800 “ “ 10 00© 11 00 900 “ “ 11 00© 12 00 I,o*lo “ “ 12 OO Shipping timber in the raft— 7'K) feet average $6 <X)© 700 800 *‘ “ 7 00© 800 990 “ “ 8 00© 9 00 1,000 “ “ 9 00© 10 00 Mill timber $1 below these figures. FREIGHTS. Lumber—By sail—The offering tonnage is fully equal to stoppers’ requirements— rates are easy, ami to the farther discharging ports a trifle off. Freight limits are from $5 00©0 00 from this and the near Georgia ports to 1 lie Chesa peake ports. Philadelphia. New York. Sound ports and eastward. Timber, 50c©$1 00 higher than lumber rates. To the West Indies and windward, nominal: to South America, $l3 00© 14 00; in Spanish and Mediterranean ports, $ll 00©12 01; to United Kingdom for orders, timber. 27©285; lumber, £3 15s. Steam —To New York. $7 00; to Philadelphia, $‘ 0; to Boston, $ * I*o Naval Stores—Finn but nominal. Foreign- Cork, etc., for orders, 3s, and, or. 4s Od; Adriatic, rosin. 3s3d; Genoa, rosin, 3s. Coast wise—Steam—To Boston, 50c on rosin, $1 00 on spirits: to New Yor.<, rosin 50c. spirits 80c: t< Philadelphia, rosin 30c. spiritsBoc: to Baltimore, rosin 30c, spirits 60c. Coastwise quiet. Cotton—By steam—Tne market is steadier. Liverpool direct 19-64d Antwerp 19-6 Id Bremen direct 19-64d Revul direct 11-32 H Havre direct 5-tod Genoa direct .. 11 -32d Barcelona direct 11 32d Amsterdam direct 19-6 id Liverpi ol via New York tp ib 19 6 id Liverpool vii. Baltimore § ib... 19 04d Liverpool via Boston ,< 9-32d Antwerp via New York $ &> • - 19-fild Ilavre via New York $ lb • 11 ->6c Bremen via New York lb 11-16 c Revul via New York * 25-64d Bremen via Baltimore t* lb 65c Amsterdam via New York 65c Amsterdam via Baltimore 70c Boston bale $1 75 Sea island bale 2 00 New York bale 1 50 Sea island bale ... 175 Philadelphia $ bale 1 50 Sea island $1 bale 1 75 Baltimore bale 1 25 Providence 19 bale 1 50 Ric e -By steam— New York barrel CO Philadelphia $4 barrel 60 Baltimore barrel 60 Boston barrel. CO COUNTRY PRODUCE. Grown fowls pair $65 © 75 Chickeus, %to grown 40 © 50 Ducks $ pair 60 © 80 Geese $ pair 1 00 ©1 25 Turkeys p pair 1 25 ©2 00 Eggs, country, per dozen. ...... 20 © 22 Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Ya. slb © 6 Peanuts—Hand picked, $Tb © 5 Peanuts—Ga. bushel, nominal.. 75 © 90 Sweet potatoes, yel. reds ‘p bush.. 50 © 6 0 Sweet potatoes, yel. yams t? bush. 50 © (X) Sweet potatoes, white yams $ bush 40 © 50 Poultry—Market steady; receipts ample; demand light. Eoos—Market strong, with a good demand and in good supply. Peanuts— Fair stock; demand moderate; mar ket steady. Sugar—Georgia and Florida, nominal; none in market. Honey—No demand; nominal. Sweet Potatoes—ln fair demand; receipts light; demand fair. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. FINANCIAL. New York, Oct. 20, noon.—Stocks dull but steady. Money easy at 4 per cent. Exchange— long, $4 8144©4 81)4; short, 84 85J4®! 85W. State bonds neglected. Government bonds dull but firm. 5:00 p. m.—Exchange dull but firm at $4 82® 4 so. Money easy at 3@4 per cent., closing offered at 3. Sub-Treasury balances' Gold, $132,- 152,000; currency $12,334,000. Government bonds dull but firm; four percents 123'4: four and a half per cents 108%. State bonds dull but steady. The stock market to-day was moderately active and strong until the last, hour. The feel ing was generally bullish, and met with little resistaui xcept from the (lading element, and while foreigners were doing, little, commission people were moderate buyers throughout. Shorts showed a disposition to cover, and a prominent bear operator is raid to be a imavy purchaser. The report that a gain in the earn ings of Reading tor September would reach $1,000,000 was a factor in the improvement, and earnings actually reported were nil favorable, which did something to increase the good feel ing. The market bad every appearance of a genuine bull market, which it has up to this time lacked. The gain was very slow but steady, with no set back of importance until the Inst hour, when the temptation to take profits was too heavy for traders, and part of the improvement was lost. The opening was firm to strong, and with a quiet business prices rose slowly, with grangers most conspicuo us in the trading. Afternoon there was a more de cided upward movement, in which Union Pacific became the leader, and the best prices of the day were reached between 1 and 2 o'clock, after which the list receded a fraction. The decline was checked by 2:30. however, und the close was quiet and firm at fractional advances from opening figures. The following were the closing quotations: Ala. class A, 2to 5.108 New Orleans Pa- Ala, class B, ss. 105 cific, Ist mort... 81 Georgia7s, mort.*lo3V4 N. Y Cent al 10044 N. Carolina 6s 120 Norf. &W. prof. . 38J4 N. Carolina 4s 95 Nor. Pacific 21 So. Caro. (Brown) “ pref... 44 consols 106 Pacific Mail 3544 Tennessee set o(>4 Reading 6244 Virginia3s 48* Richmond & Ale.. 5 Va. consolidated. 45 Richmond & DanvlEO Ch’pe*ke& Ohio 5 Richm'd &W. Pt. 28% Northwestern. ..107)4 Rock Island 113 ** preferred... 110 St. Paul 72)4 Dela.andLack ... 195(4 " preferred .1114) Krie 274 b Texas Pacific 23% East Tennessee... 10 Tenn. Coal it Iron. 25 Lake Shore 92% Union Pacific* .... 4?>-4 L'ville & Nash .. 54 N. J. Central 72 6 Memphis ,y Ciiar 47 Missouri Pacific... 89% Mobile it Ohio II Western Union... 70*4 Nash. £ Chatt’a.. 7244 Cotton Oil certifl.. 29% •Bill. THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. COTTON. Liverpool, Oct. 2-\ noon.—Cotton steady and in fair de.ua .and; middliug uifi itids 5 l td, mid dling Orleans sales 10,000 bales, forsfieeu lation and export 1,090 bales; receipts 10,000 bales— Vtueri. au 9,40). Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo ber delivery 5 14 64® 5 16-64d; October and No vemlier ll-64 (hh 12 64d: November and Decem ber 5 10-64®5 11 64d; December and January 5 10 04(Tn5 11-<>4d; January and February "> l'* 6i ®.*> 11-6ld: February an<l March 5 11 -64®5 12-64d; March and April 5 13-64d; April and May 5 15*64d: May and June 5 16-64®5 17-64d. Market firm. No tenders. 2 p. m.—The sales to-day included 6,600 bales of American. Futures—Uplands, low middling clause, Octo ber delivery 5 16-64d. sellers: October and No vember 5 13-6441, sellers: November and Decem ber :•> 11-64d, sellers; December and January 5 11 04d, sellers; January and February 5 11-64d, sellers; February an 1 March 12-od, sellers; March and April .* 13-64d, buyers: April and May 5 15-6 id, buyers: May and June 6 i7-t>4d, buyers. Market barely steady. 4 p. m.—Futur*s: Unbinds, low middling clause, Octoberddivery 5 16 Old,buyers; October and November 5 13 Old, buyers; November and December 5 11-04d, buyers; December and Jan uary 5 IJ-04d. buyers: January and February 5 11*64d, buyers; February anil March'* 12-64a, buyers; March and April 5 14-C4d, sellers; April and May 5 16-64d. seller>: 31ay ami June 5 18 64d, sellers. Market closed steady. 5:00 p. m.—Market closed quiet but steady; middling uplands middling r)rleans sales to-day 236 bales; net receipts 25 bales, gross 19.834. Futures—Market closed very steady, with sales of 98.500 bales, as follows: October delivery 9 76 (d.9 77c, November 9 61®9 62c, December 9 60c, January 9 63k(-9 6-ic, Februa.y 971 ,9 72c, Mareu 9 79®9 80c, April 9 86®9 87c, May 9 94®9 95c, June 10 tL® 10 03c. Manchester, Oct. 26.—The Guardian says: “The market is generally tame, but firmness prevails. Sellers make slight progress. Buyers do little fresh business. The views of both re garding prices are more divergent. The full engagement of production and the recent ad vance in cotton give strength t sellers. Ex port yarns are very firm. Recent five buying, including purchases for Japan and smaller Eastern markets, strengthens the position of spinners. Home manuiacturers were recently liberal purchasers and left few of the.r wants unprovided for. The cloth market is slow, though there is no weakness. China staples are very firm and are well sold. India shir tings are less fully engaged, but the position of manu factures is strong. There are few inquiries for jaconets and mulls. Prices offered are below current rates. lL*st printers are firm. There is a moderate business and increased inquiry for '.'odium aud co nmon printers. Henvy goods are steady, and there is a moderate business. New York. Oct. 2<\ noon.—Cotton quiet; middling uplands 9*)yc, middling Orleans 9>4c; sales i7l) bales. Futures—Market opened steady, with sales as follows: October delivery 9 74c, November 9 59c, December 9 50c. January 9 60c, February 9 68c, March 9 73c. Green & Cos. s renort on cotton futures says: “Cotton contracts have not been unusually ex cited, and the market seemed at times to waver somewhat; yet, behind all. there was good buy ing, and the general course of prices was up ward. with a gain of 6" 8 points. The source of the demand was not very clear, and indeed at times has been a little mysterious, yet it stood ready to exhaust the supply, and brought the position to a pretty steady close all along the line at about top rates of the day. Advices from the South were as much as oeiore, except a little shrinkage in the movement at interior points against last year, but reports from abroad came iu in good form. Altogether the position was a little bullish, but some of the trade are doubtful of its sability." Galveston, Oct. 26—Cotton firm; middling 9c; net receipts 2,655 bales, gross .*,5. 5; sales 3,028 bales; stock 63,753 bales: exports, to Great Britain 4,OJu bales, to the continent 1,053. Norfolk, Oct. 26.—Cotton steady: middling 9)4c: net receipts 4,. 65 Dales, gross 4,565; sales 2,735 bales; stock 30,936 bales; exports, coastwise 2,106 bales. Baltimore, Oct. 26.—Cotton quiet; middling 9)&e; net receipts bales, gross 2,1.30; sales none; stock 5,056 bales; exports, coastwise 813 bales. Boston, Oct-. 26.—Cotton quiet; middling 94ic; net receipts 865 bales, gross 3.844; sales none ; stoex none; exports, to Great Britain 1,296 bales Wilmington, Oct. 96. — Cotton firm; middling 9 3-16 c; net receipts 1.7.33 bales, gross 1,753; sales none: stock 30.850 bales; exports, to Great Brit tin 3, XX) liales. coastwise 1,325. Philadelphia, Oct. U3.—Cotton quiet; middling 9 4 c; net receipts 101 bales, gross 300; stock 7,.‘ 59 bal' S. New Orleans, Oct. 26.—Cotton firm; mid dling 9 i-iOc; net receipts 14,890 bales, gross 14,84.3; sales 9,000; stock 187,733 bales; exports, to Great Britaiu 6,855 bales, coastwise 4 343. Mobile, Oct. 2>. — Cotton steady; middling 9c; net receipts 1,551 bales, gross 1,651; sales B<X) bales; stock 18,690 bales; exi>orts, coastwise 1,628 bales. Memphis. Oct. 26.—Cotton steady; middling 9c; receipts 4,8>6 bales; shipments 3,555; sales .3,300; stock 95,042 bale?. Augusta, Oct. 26.—Cotton steady: middling 8 1.3-16 c; receipts 1,901 bales; sale-. 1,525 bales. Charleston, Oct. 26.—-Cotton firm: middling 9 1-i6c; uet receipts 4,668 bales, gross 4,668; sales I, stock 57,656 bales; exports, coastwise 1,609 bales. Atlanta. Oet. 26.—Cotton firm; middling B££c; receipts 1.084 bales. New York Oct. 26.—Consolidated net receipts for all cotton ports i >- l.iv 41,078 bales; exports, to Great Britain 16,579 bales, to the continent 11, stock at all American ports 603.964 bales. PROVISIONS. GROCERIES. ETC. Liverpool, Oct. 20, noon.—Wheat firm, with good demand; holders offer moderately. Corn steady; demand fair. Bacon, long clear 39s 6d. Long, prime Western 33s 6d. New York, Oct. 26, noon.—Flour quiet but firm. Wheat lower. Corn higher. Pork weak; mess sl4 00®14<V>. Lard firm at $6 so. Old mess pork weak at sl3 50® 13 75 Freights steady. 5:00 p. m.—Southern Hour firm. Wheat—op tic. i> ad vauced )$® >4O nt the opening, became weaker, declined closing steady at bot tom: speculation moderately uct.ve, mainly in December and May; No. 2 red, November de livery 83)£(®83%c. December May 89)$($90c. Corn *4®bje higher and more active, partly for export: No. 2, October delivery 52% ®s2>mc, November 5*) 4 ®0234c, .duv 53)4® 53 9-16 c. Oats )4® l qC higher and moderately active: No. 2, October and November delivery 32%®3gc, December 3JUjc, May 3.>s 1 3V> 4 c; No. 2, spot 327-£®33c; mixed Western 32®34c. Hops quiet but steady. Coffee, fair Rio, on spot dull at i 9)4c; options opened 25®50 points Higher, closed weak with advanc • lost; No. 7 Rio, October delivery 16 70® 16 85c. November 16 45 ®l6 75c, May ;6 25® 16 45c. Sugar strong and in fair demand; fair refining sc; refined closed dull. Molasses dull. Cotton seed oil. 35)£0 for crude, 43c for refined. Hides steady. Wool dull and weak; domestic fleece 260 34c. nulled 14<</,3.’c, Texas 9®22c. Pork closed steady. Beef steady. Beef nanis dull and weak at sls 50 @l6 00. Tierced beef quiet. Middles dull and nominal. Lard 7® 10 points higher but less active; Western steam, on sixt s<i 90, October delivery $5 86v 6 SM), November $6 63®6 67, May $6 S6®6 9:3. Freights steady. Chicago, Oct, 26.— The grain markets opened easier to-day, but provisions were started stronger and sold at higher prices. Trading in wheat was fairly good during the earlier part of the session, but iatvr in the day the market ruled quiet. There was loss business front the the outside than on yesterday, but in a general way local operator were fully as bullish as on ye terday, and then* was a good deal of talk on the part of longs about holding wheat for an advance. All this tended to make a firm tone and upward range in prices. Receipts of wheat at twelve primary points was 616,000 bushels. Corn was quite active and prices ruled stronger. Activity centred largely in November and May deliveries, the former exhibiting the most strength* Firmness was due mainly to free buying of November by a prominent local opera tor. this b *ing the chief feature of to-day's mar ket . Receipts were a trifle under estimates, and anticipated arrivals for to-morrow are quite light, and this also assisted tin* firmness to some extent. market opened a shade higher than yesterday's closing prices, was easy for a time, aud then ruled active and higher un der a brisk demand, shorts buying quite freely, and prices advanced for near futures and %c for May, reacted some, due to realizing, and closed hmUja higher than yesterday's closing price. Oata were steady in tone and trading was moderate. Near futures were slightly im proved ami May sold at former prices. Re ceipts were smaller, and a further reduction is promised for to-morrow. Provisions were stronger, yet operators were slow to follow any advance in prices Receipts of bogs were higher than generally anticipated, which encourage 1 some buying of the product for future delivery early in the day. Tne foct, however, that hogs were slow of sale at former figures checked trading to some extent, especially at the 1111 provemeot in prices. During the latter part of the session the market was weaker, and prices settled back again and closed rather Lame. St *adincaa in the corn market and favorable ad vices from depending markets, both domestic and foreign, had a strengthening influence early in the day. Inquiry on shipping account was fair, and buyers were inclined to pay further improvement in prices for meats for mid-winter delivery. Sellers, however, were nlow to meet their views and trading was only moderate. Re ceipts of products were fair and shipments of all kinds moderately free. January mess pork opened at sl2 35, sold to sl2 32*4® 12 42)4, and closed at sl2 40. January lard opened at $6 33%, sold at $6 32'4®6 40, and closed at $6 25. Janu ary short ri >s p ne l at 36 sold at $6 2*® 6 2 Mi. and dosed at $ 2?Mj. Cash .1 •f *rmns wre as follows: Flour steady. Wheat, No. & spring 71 7lVj'c: No. 2 red .9)4c. Corn. No. •*. 41 Oat.*., No. 2. 27'U>o. Mess pork. ;*t . Lard, per l'X* lbs, S3 VC/l 6*. Short rib sides, loose, $6 70. Dry salted shoulders, boxed, $5 o /5 2 • Short clear sides, box and. $7 (X>®7 10. Whisky $1 10. Leading furare> ra&xoi (oluws: Opening, ilignest. Closing. No. 2 Wheat— Oct. delivery.... 7l)i Nov. delivery.... > H May delivery ... 79*$ Corn, No. 2 Oct. delivery 41)4 42 41*V^ Nov. delivery.... 41 hj 42)4 42 May delivery 45)4 45)4 45)4 Oats No. 2 Oct. delivery 25)4 95Vi 25)4 Nov. delivery May delivery 29% Mess Pork - Jau. delivery sl2 35 sl2 42V$ sl2 40 Lard— Oct. delivery $6 50 $6 55 $6 55 Nov. delivery.. 6 32)$ 6 35 6 30 May delivery 6 66 6 70 6 62)4 Short Kids— Oct. delivery $6 Jan. delivery ... 6 27)$ Baltimore, Oct. 26.—Flour quiet but steady; Howard street and Western superfine $2 37® 2 75, extra $.300®-3 40. family $3 75®4 50, city mills suiKM-fine $2 37®2 40, ‘'Xtra $3 00®3 62; Rio brands $1 2>- A4 50. Wheat -Southern quiet buts eady; retl 77®Sic. amlier 79®82c: Western fairly active, firm and higher; No. 2 winter red, on spot 8b <®soV£c. Corn—Southern nominally steady: white 45®49c, yellow 4.3®49c; Western dull but steady. Lot isviLLE, Oct. 26.—Grain firm: Wheat— No. 2 red 76W\ Corn—No. 2mi and 4V. Outs No. 2 mixed, 28)4®2*)$c. Provisions stea<ly: Ba<’on clear rib aides $8 50, clear sides $9, shoulders $6 25. Bulk meats -shoulders $5 25. Mess pork nominal. Hams, $11(0 12. Lard, choice leaf SB. Cincinnati, Oct. 36.—Flour quiet.. Wheat easy; No. 2 red 74 *. Corn strongei No. 2 mixed, 44)4 ® 14) jC. Oats barely steady: No. 2 mixed i’rovisions lf ork dull at sl3 25. I.ard firmer al $6 30. Bulk meats quiet and unchanged. Bacon quiet and uncharged Whisky firm at $1 03. Hogs active and firm; common and light $3 50®4 55, packing and butchers $4 25® 4 30. St. Lons, Oct. 26.—Flour dull. Wheat lower; No. 2 red, cash 72 M ®72>4c, October delivery 72^ 4 (it .ay SO s r.YBO-,c. Corn fi • Ot< easier: cash -K)®4o)4c, October delivery 40c, May 41*4 u 4 )iF'. *Oats uncuAnged. Whisky steady at $lO5. Provisions closet 1 easy: Pork. sl3. Lard, s'•> 26. Dry salt meats-boxed sh ulders $3 00 ®5 12‘4, long clear $6 75. clear ribs $6 87)4, short clear S< 00®7 12)6. Bacon—boxed shoul ers $6, long clear $7 60® 7 dear ribs $7 70 ®7 7.3, short dear $7 90(f.' KOO Hams sl 2(t 13. New Orleans, Oct. 2'.—Sugar in good de ma ai but at lower rates; Lomsiaim o)>eu kettie, strictly prime Louisiana centrifugals, plan tation granulated choice yellow clarified s>4c, prime yellow clarified s)4®s®r. Molasses easier; Louisiana open kettle, strictly prime 42®44c, good prime 40®41c: centrifugals good prime to strictly prime 28®32c, prime 26®27c; Louisiana syrup 28®38c. NAVAL STORES. New York. Oct. 26. noon.—Spirits turpentine dull at 35c. Rosin dull at $l 30® 1 27)4. 5:00 p. m.—Rosin steady at $1 20® 1 97)4. Tur pentine dull at 35c. Charleston, Oct. 26.—Spirits turpentine fir:n ' “,2c. Rosin firm; good sir lined 85c. Wilmington, Oct. 26.—Spirits turpentine 32c. Rosin firm: strained 80c, good strained 8. c. T.ir firm at $1 15. Crude turpentine firm; hard $1 00; yellow dip $1 75; Virgin $1 75. rick. New York, Oct. 26.—Rica quiet but steady. New Orleans, Oct. 26. Rice unchanged. Circular from Hubbard, Price & Cos (Through John S. Ernest , Southern Manager.) New York. Oct. 26.—The tendency of the market which was apparently so clearly shown yesterday abruptly changed this morning when, with an improved Liverpool, the disposition to sell was at once checked, ami prices opened at a slight advance. During the day the trading has been light, but at no time was there any atf empt to force prices downward, and though dull, toe feeling has been •< very firm one. Toe short in tcrest seemingly has covered almost entirely, and operators, while loath to sell in the face of the unexpected strength, are awaiting the out come of the manipulation, being much mixed. Attention is being directed to the heavy exports, which are largely in excess of last year, and in th*Be. with the better tone of the foreign markets, lmve been the main reason for the im provement iu our quotations. Spot transactions have been much interfered witn by the deliv eries on October contracts, which continue heavy with no prospects of diminishing while cotton can be brought herd and delivered at a profit. SHIPPING IN F KLLIG KN’CE. MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY. Aunßises 6:11 SvnSsTi .... 5:17 High Water at Savannah 4:59 a m. 5:19 p a Thursday, Oct 27, 1887. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship Juniata. Askins, Philadelphia—C G Anderson. Agent. Schr Jesse W Starr, Warren, Lewes, Del, with fish scrap to Savannah Guano Cos; vessel to Jos A Roberts & Cos. ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE YESTERDAY. Steamship Anjier Head (Br), Macey, Sanchez via St Lucia, in ballast—Jas B West Cos. CLEARED ' ; U’ERD.V Y. Steamship Ashdell(Br), Main, Reval—Strachan & Cos. MEMORANDA. New York, Oct 2F— Arrived, schrs E V Glover, Ingersoll. Jacksonville; Harold C Beecher, Bond. Brunswick; BI Hazzard, Smith, George town. S C. Belfast. Oct 24—Arrived, bark Ririan Star (Br), Askin. Pensacola. Lizard. Oct 24-J-Passed, steamship Iliglilaud Prince (Bri. Milburn, Savannah for Bremen. Nassau. Oct 16—Sailed, schr City of Nassau (Bn. Kelly, Brunswick via Eleuthera. Apalachicola, Oct 21—Arrived, schrs Sarah A Fuller. Brown, Mobile; 24t,h. Rebecca F Lam din Diggins, Pensacola; Cleopatra, Peters, New Oneans. Boston. Oct 24--Arrived, schr Messenger, Falker, St Simon'-. Ga. Baltimore, Oct 24—Arrived, schr Belle Hooper, Gil key, Savannah. Brunswick, Oct 21—Cleared, schr Gaa Paa (Nor), Hausen, Buenos Ayres. Georgetown, S C, Oct 22—Arrived, schr D W McLean. Hudson. Charleston. Sailed, schrs Mattie May, Richardson, and Nelli*! Floyd, Johnson, New York. Jacksonville, Oct 22—Arrived, schrs Melissa Trask, Trask, Bangor; Win Marshall, Melin, New York. Norfolk, Oct 24—Arrived, steamship Naranja (Br). New York for Savannah, and cleared. New Bedford. Oct 23 -Sailed, barn Edward Cnr.h:ng. Dow, Pensacola, and returned; schr Elia M Store! 1 , st ml. Sa van nan. Port Royal, S C, Oct 24—Arrived, schr Fannie E Wolstou, Marr. Beaufort, N C. Philadelphia. Oct 24—Cleared, schr Etta Hall Lister, Mason. Palatka. Delaware Breakwater, Oct 22—Passed out, steamship Bellingham (Br), from Philadelphia for Coosaw, SC. St Augustine, about Oct 19—Arrived, schrs Pearl of Orr'H Island. ChrisTopler, Philadelphia; Christian Bergh, Sanchez, do. Satilla River, Ga. Oct 20 Sailed from Bailey's Mills, schr Fannie A Gorham, Welch, Boston. Vineyard Haven, Oct 23 Arrived, schr Mes senger. Falker. t Simon's, Ga, for Boston. New York. Oct 26- Arrived out, steamship Moravia, from New York for Hamburg. Fernandina. Oet 26—Arrived and cleared to return, steamship State of Texas, Williams, New Y’ork. Arrived, schrs Mabel Hooper, Hooper, Boston; Lizzie Lane, Herrick, Now York. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Norfolk, Va, Oct 24—Schr Roger Drury, Delav, from Savannah to Bos on, arrived here to-nigfit with all her crew sick from malaria! fever. The schooner experienced heavy weather and split sails, etc. The men will be sent to the hospital to-morrow and repairs made. Pensacola. Oct 20—Barks Oenltori Tarabochia (Aus), Catinar (Aus) and Rurik (Hus), which went agr mnd yesterday in the hurricane, all got off safely this morning; neither sustained any damage. RECEIPT*. Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Oct 26—15 bales cotton, 10 bbls rice, 5 boxes bacon, 30 caddies tobacco, and mdse. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway. Oct 26—1,868 bales cotton. l.. r ß> bbls rosin. 407 bbls spirits turpentine, 1,246 boxes oranges. 28 bales hides. 5 cars iron, 63 boxes tobacco, 63 boxes lemons, 38 cars lumber. 2 cars wheels. J cars coal. 2 cars cattle. 1 car wood. 60 bdls paper, 25 sacks rice. 103 cases preserve*!, 44 bbls whisky, and mdse. Per Central Railroad. Oct 2)4—5,172 bales cot ton, 21 bales yarn. 98 bales domestics, 486 sacks bran and meal, 5 bales hides, 72 pkgs tobacco. 1 pkg paper, 7.647 l im bacon, 193 bbls rosin. 36 bbls spirits turpentine, 2 bales paper stock, 193 bbls rosin. 120 obis lime, iOOIbs rnut, 2cars coal, 5 bbls 200 bbls cotton seed oil, 23 pkgs hardware. 2 kegs liquor, 5 bales plaids, 145 hi bbls beer, 205 qr bolx beer, 36 pkgs li h goods. 405 bbls flour, 34,600 lbs flour. 1 horse. 16 cars iuintier, 13 cars wood. 17 bushels rice, 2 bbls syrup. 13 ton* nig iron. 5 pkgs twine, 150 pkgs carriage material, 35 doz brooms. r.M pkers •.d***. EXPORTS. Per steamship Aslid *ll . Him, for Reval—4,3l3 bales upland cottou, weighing 2,025,839 pounds. CONST WEES. Per Central Railroad, Oct 2' -Fordg Agt, R 1> Hvkg. rt, M Lioi. y.n. M Y & D 1 Mclntire, J S Wood X Rro. Waiven AA, G alter A i'o, Hutl*r X S, Savannah G mno Cos, Baldwiu £ Cos, Moutn* ue X Cos, J P William* X (Jo. F M Farley, W W Gordon Cos. Jno Flftnnerv X Cos. Harts horn X H, Garnett, 8 X Cos. H M Comer & Cos, Herron & G, II M Coiner X Cos. Woods ,v Cos, .1 A Pearson, W S Simmons, Warnock X W. - J i.ee, Grady, DeLX Cos. A Hanley, A R H all, C Seiler, Geo Meyer, A I/eiflei\ Mo re. M X Cos. Wm Gar rard, j D Weed & Cos, J K Clarke X Cos, T os Henderson. C II Oaison. Southern Cotton Oil Cos, J Rosenheim X: Cos, G V Heck. r& Cos. A S Butr ler, G M Heidt X: Cos. Jos Goetto, S W Branch, Peacock. II A: Cos, Slater, M x Cos, Peirson X: S. T H Parker, S Cohen.T P Rond X Cos, Mohr Bros, M J Doyle. Strauss Bros, E Lovell X: Son. M Y Henderson. McDonough X* o<>, Stillwell. P A M, Bendheim Bros X Cos. A Ehrlich X Uro, Eckman XV, Epstein X , Lee Roy dyers X: Cos. Per steamship Juniata, from Phil ulelphia— ApiielX S, A R Altmayer X Cos, Altiek X Sons, G W Allen, Brush El etric Li rht Cos. L E Byck & Son, Tbeo Basch, Bendheim Bros X: Cos. Byck Bros, Byck .A S. S W.Branca. Tl* Band X Cos. J It Blitch C R R, Cornwell X c. W S Cherry X: Cos, Crohan X D, J Cohen, Commercial Guano Cos, Campbell Bros. J A Douglass X Cos, G Davis X Ron. M J Doyle. P Decker. I Dasher X: Cos, B Dub, G Eckstein X Cos, Eckman X: \\ .1 H Estill, D Entelmau Frank X C . M Ferst X Cos, L Freld, Fret well A N. J T Frw'ni >■. u • Getnuriden, L J Gazan, SGuckenheimer X Son. JP Germaine, Harmon £ (’. A Hauler. HD * madman. C Het terieh. 1 T Hickey. Kavanaugh X B. WT John s'>n, Kebx's Iron Wr ks. .1 Kraft. A Itrauss. E J Kennedy, Lippman Bros. Lovell X- L, N L-n r, E Lovell X Son. u i, m *. Lindsay A - M. J F Luhs, HI! 1 ivi igston, Lloyd X A. Lilienthal & Son, J McGrath X: Cos, It D Mclhmell, Palmer Bros. Mohr Bros, A J Mdl*r X: Cos. Jno Nicolson Jr, P J y. Lee Roy Myers X Cos. S L Newton. J G Nelson A' Cos. A S Nichols. P O'Connor, T R (‘hards. Phoenix Bridge care M II Belknap, Pearso XS. L Put/.el, B I) Rnsenhrook. John Rourke S, F X W Ky, Solomons X Cos, .1 Tuorn ton.H Soli mon X: Son. Savannah Ste&m Bakery. Savannah Cotton Pres*. Savannah Steim Umn ory. C H ' tadnell. Stillwell, P X M, J W Tynan, Strauss I iron L C Strong, G W Tiedeman, G I Ta 'g rt. .1 D Weed X Cos, A 'l X C W West, W V Willbvu . D WeisLein. E D Ybanez. Mrs G Davis. C R It. S, FX W Ry, lia X Fla IS B Cos, Southern Ex Cos. Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railwav. Oct 26 —Transfer O il e, Jno Flannery X Cos. M Y Henderson Reppard X Cos. Dale, I> X Cos, McDonough X: Cos, A A \veilhe, Stillwell, PX: M, A S Bacon, Byck X S. J S Silva X Son. Mendel X D, Lloyd X A. JR* oil ins X Cos, G W Tiedeman, Lee Roy Myers X Cos. Smit h Bros X* C>, J Hunter, Lindsay X'L B H Levy X Bro. Corn well &C, Lippman Bros. J A Douglass X Cos. II Myers & Bros. Marshall House. M 1 erst X Cos, H F Kuck, W D Simkins X Cos, M Boley X Son. D Y Dancy, W S Blitch. J K Clarke X Cos, L W Stem. Decker XF. A Falk X Son. Herron XG, E (loffe on. F M Hull. Meinbnrd Bros X Cos, Bendheim Bros X Cos, T P Bond X Cos, Butler X S, G Walter X Cos. W W Gordon X Cos, J S Wood XRr , Woods X o Per Charleston and Savannah Railway. Oct 96--Fordg Office. Jno Flannery X Cos. I> R Ken nedy. M Simo s J A Bullock, S Willinsky, Lee Roy Myers X Cos. Harnett. S X Cos, Herron X G, Montagu** ACo M Y X D I Mclntire, H M Comer X Cos, Woods X Cos, F M Farley. BROKERS. A L HARTRiDGE. SECURITY BROKER BUYS AND SELLS on commission all classes of Stock! and Bonds. Negotiates loans on marketable securities. New York quotations furnished by private ticker every fifteen minutes. WM. T. '!:.US. W. CUMMTNO. W. T. WILLIAMS & CO., IBz?olk:©x*s. ORDERS EXECUTED on the New York, Chi capo anti Liverpool Exchanges. Private direct wire to our office. Constant quotations from Chicago and New York. COrrON KXCTIANGK. BANKS, KISS I MI4EE CIT Y"BA N K, Kissimnl to City, Orange County, Fla. CAPITAL - - - $50,000 TRANSACT % regular banking business. Give particular attention to Florida collections. Correspondence solicited, issue Exchange on New York, N#w Orleans, Savannah and Jack sonvilie, Fla. ItesblenL Agents for Coutts t Cos. and Melville. 1 tans X Cos. of London, England. New York correspondent; The Seaboard National Rank 1 Y Pl> WRITERS. Mi YOUR STATIONER FOR IT y *v, \ 1 TYE€/waite.R' Does the work of one costing SIOO. Indorsed by LEADING BUSINESS MEN GEO. BECKER & CO., Bft Croat Jones St., New York City. Send for Circular. GRAIN ANI) IIAY . Bust Proof Seed Oats COW PEAS, Keystone Mixed Feed, HAY and GRAIN, BY B.S.McALPIN DBUGB AN'I) MEDICINES. Don't Do It' Don't Do What? AirilY don't walk our tony streets with that t t nice dress or luit of clothes on with Stains or Grease Spots in, to which the Savannah dust slicks "closer than brother,” when Japanese Cleansing Cream will take them out clean as anew pin. 25c. a bottle. Made only by J. R. HALTIWANGER, At his Drug Stores. Broughton and Drayton, Whitaker and Wayne streets. PAINT* AND OOS. JOHN Gr. BUTLER, TI7HITE DEADS, COLORS, OITA, GLASS, > VARNISH, ETC.; READY MIXED PAINTS; RAILROAD STEAMER AND MILL SUPPLIES, SASHES. 1)00RS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE. Sole Agent for GEORGIA LIME, CALCINED PLASTER, CE MENT. HAIR and LAND PLASTER. 6 Wnitaser Street Savannan, Georgia. 1865 aim HllU'ilV, 1865 House, Sign and Ornamental Painting IN XFA'UTED NEATLY and with disnaten. j Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Freshes, Window Glasses, etc., etc. Estimates turnished on ap plication. CORNER CONGRESS AND DRAYTON STS, Rear of Christ Church. PLUM BEK. l. a. McCarthy, Successor to Chas. E. Wakelleld, PHJIIISER, GAS and STEAM FITTER, Barnard street, SAVANNAH, UA. Telephone ■ ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. gLbstracts of pile. -orrcE-* Isaac Beckett. BAST SIOK OF BUtU STRCCT, NEAR 80, SAVANNAH, oa. ABSTRACT O,TM, Tfrv. TO All LAO. < H TMI. CITT .NO COUNT, .RON THI SCTT.CMEHT Of UtOROIR TO Bt6, with rUCL IHfOHMATION *• TO Tm*lA CHARACTER AND SUffICIEHCV. 'fid-ct /rccaJitot £> ytLdocrtor QsJoux.c/3blG&efi& ojcu> cffucuutiy lu. /fie/ JtajMuy/uccrrotj cued CaiA, /ucowu*mim.cL /Al J/jork/ a* xxJcrrCAy of fjtajiZy //ffieft of couAjUAJuutjdy. c/<£)jLd/a-£& *Aaj> oj yxjuiA fcuZli/lMy aLCCcitifdcttuu& l cujlcC U duiuruy offta/aoiwye miulinfryT^ KROIJ S KOFF’S^ OfMif of lie Fall Season 1887. However attractive and immense? our previous season’s stock in Millinery has been, this season we excel all our previous selections. Every manufacturer and importer of note in the markets of the world is represented in the array, and display of Millinery goods. We are showing Hats in the finest Hatter’s Plush, Beaver, Felt, Straw and Fancy Combinations. Ribbons in Glacee, of all tjie novel shades. Fancy Birds and Wings, Velvets and Plashes of our own im portation, and we now offer you the advantages of our im mense stock. We continue the retail sale on our tirst floor at wholesale prices. We also continue to sell our Celebrated XXX Ribbons at previous prices. TO-DAY, 500 dozen Felt Hats, in all the new shapes and colors, at 35 cents. 8. KKODSKOFFS MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOUSE, BROUGHTON STREET. FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING, ETC. EMIL A. SCHWARZ, Furniture & Carpets, New Designs, Elegant Assortment, Low Prices and No Misrepresentations. Ralying upon our hitherto snoremful method of offering all grade* of goods at low figures, we now oiler our full stock of FURNITURE and CARp-'TS with this end in view, having ilevotel much thought and labor to the selection of sau.j to meet the varied requirements of our trade. The improvement in our selection of goods is marked and will be apparent to you upon a careful inspection of our goods. EMIL A. SCHWARZ, IRON WORKS. KEHOE’S IRON WORKS Broughton Street, from Reynolds to Randolph Streets, Sa'vaiiiiali, - - Georgia. CASTING OP ALL KINDS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. THE RAPIDLY INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR SUGAR MILLS AND PANS a | TIAS Induced us to manufacture them on a more extensive scalra thau OBUjUr 11 ever. To that end no pains or expense has been spared to uuuntwiw Jka their HIGH STANARD OF EXCELLENCE. g* These Mills are of the BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP, with ■ heavy WROUGHT IKON SHAFTS (made long to prevent danger to the B V operator), and rollers of the best charcoal pig n on, all turned up true. ts> 5S 'hey are heavy, strong ami durable, run light and even, and are guaran *MiaU J teed capable of grinding the beuviest fully matured - yfyampp. All our Mills nre fully watTnnted for one year. RjhrtA'iA Our Pans l>eing cast with the bottoms down. ■aWNEcC.' j:g>t2Bmaamß jmrrpss smoothness, durability and uniformity of tide!ness y SUPERIOR TO THOSE .MADE IN WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OFFERED. A Largo Stock Always on Hand for Prompt Delivery. Wm. Kehoe & Cos. N. B.—The name “ KEHOE'S IKON WORKS, - Is cast on all our Mills and Pan*. President. SAVANNAH, GA LUMBER. CYPRESS, OAK, POPLAR, YELLOW PINE, ASH, WALNUT MANUFACTURERS of SASH. DOORS. BUNDS, MOULDINGS of all kinds and descriptions CASINOS and TRIMMINGS for all classes of dwellings, PEA'S and P..W ENDS of our ma design ami manufacture, T RNED and SCROLL BALUSTERS, ASH HANDLES for Cotui Hooks, CEILING, FLOORING, WAINBCO TTING, SHINGLES. Warehouse and IJo-Town Office: West Broad and Broughton Sts Factory and ivblis: Adjoining Ocean Steamship Co.'s Wharves We want AGENTS in every city’ and town. BIG COMMISSIONS. 7