office of the morning NEWS. I
Savannah. Ga., June IS, 4p. m. (
v*toN—The market was dull but very Arm.
' oTr was only a light inquiry, and but a
*ll business doing. On 'Change at the mid
*“ ~ at j p. m., the market was reported
■ c * n j fl rTOi with sales of 7 bales at the fol
"'ng ofticial spot quotations of the Cotton
cbng e: , .
%mi ldli n B S2
Thu market continues nominal.
gUng domg and no sales. We quote:
common Oeormas j. 15 ®l7
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Receipts, Exports and Stock on Hand Jcse 13, 1888, and
for the Same Time Last Year.
1887-88. j ISBG-87.
l*Zd. Upland j wZI Wand; •
Stock on hand Sept. 1 57f, 6.818 J 1,148 4,304;
Received to-day 392! 2
Received previously 23,397 844,172 27,320 771,154
Total 23,972 651,882 28,471 775,458
Exported to-day I j ... 1.20*! j
Exported previously 23,530 - 939,473': 27,44*' 773,135
\ Total 1 23,530 840,681 1| 27,4421 773,135
Ricf-The market was entirely nominal. No
jes At the Board of Trade the market was
ported quiet at the following quotations,
nail job lots are held at *@*e higher:
Title water 91
Country lots 92® 1 10
Kaval Storks—The market for spirits tur
pntine was quiet but very firm and held higher,
he sales for the day were 110 casks at 33%c
At the Board of Trade on the
jening call the market was reported firm at
Vie bid tor regulars. At the last call it closed
nil at 33%c bid for regulars. Rosin—The
larket was quiet, but very firm. There was
fair inquiry and about 1,300 barrels changed
andsduring the day. At the Board of Trade
n the first call the market was reported
rmatthe following quotations: A, B. C, D,
and F 95c, G 97lie, H 81 00, Isl 10. KBl 35.
[ |l5O. N $1 t>o, window glass $2 10, water
rhjte $2 40. At the last call it closed un
NAVAL STORES STATEMENT.
hock on hand April 1 3,670 66,654
leceired to-day 4H4 1,874
leceived previously, 42,688 109,346
Total 46,842 177,874
iported to-day 211 1,295
Ixported previously 39,638 104,459
Total 39.849 105,754
lock on hand and on shipboard
toilay 6,993 72,120
keipts same day last year 635 1,365
Financial—Money is in good demand.
Ihmestic Exchange—Steady, banks and
ankers an* buying sight drafts at % per cent,
iscount and selling at par®% per cent,
t'um’jn Exchange - The market is steady.
Commercial demand, $4 87%; sixty days, $4 86;
inety days, $4 85*4j francs, Paris and Havre,
omiuercial, sixty days, $5 21; Swiss, $5 21%;
larks, sixty days, 95%c.
Seu hi i n:s -The market is lifeless, with the
wepri-m of some little investment demand for
ebentures and state and city bonds.
Stocks and Bonds— City Ronds - Atlanta 4
ercent long date, ex-interest, 108 bid, 116
iked; Atlanta 7 per cent, 118 bid, 121 asked;
ugusta 7 per cent long date, 113 bid, 115
sked; Augusta 6 per cent, long date, 109 bid,
13 asM; Columbus 5 i>er cent, 100 bid, 103
iked; Macon 6 per cent, 110 bid, 112 asked;
ip.v Savannah 5 |>er cent, July coupons, 101%
rid, 102% asked; new Savannah 5 per cent,
kugust coupons, 101% bid, 102 asked.
State Bonds Georgia new 6 per cent, 1889,
02 bid, 103 asked; Georgia new 4% per cent..
07V4 bid. left asked; Georgia 7 per cent gold,
luartorly coupons, 104 bid, 106 asked; Oeor
fia? per cent, coupons January and July,
naturity 1896. 117 bid. 119 asked.
Railroad storks- Central common, 114 bid,
115 asked; ex-dividend Augusta and Savannah 7
■er cent guaranteed, 129 bid, 132 asked, ex
ividend Georgia common, 196 bid, 199
nked; Southwestern 7 per cent guar
fpteed, ex-dividend 126% bid, 126 asked;
**n?ral 6 per cent certificates, ex-July interest.
6 bid. 99% asked; Atlanta and West Point rail
■asd stock, 108 bid, 109% asked; Atlanta and
Vest Point 6 per cent certificates, ex-July in
er-t. 100 bid. 101 asked.
Railroad Bonds— Savannah, Florida and
western Railway Company general mortgage
per cent interest, coupons October,
bid, 1121$ asked; Atlantic and Gulf first
mortgage consolidated 7 per cent, coupons
anuary and July, maturity 1897, 114 bid.
b asked; Central consolidated mortgage 7
r cent, coupons January and July, maturity
*♦3.111% bid, 113 asked; Georgia railroad 6
fr.cent. 1897, 108®114 bid, 109®116 asked;
lobile and Girard second mortgage in
orned 3 per cent, coupous, January
g, July, maturity 1889, 103 bid.
a*ked; Montgomery and Eufaula first
non gage 6 per cent, indorsed by Central rail
!p4d, 109 bid, no asked; Marietta and North
J2°nj a , first, mortgage, 50 years, 6 per cent,
b ,( 1,102% and interest asked; Charlotte,
Alumbia and Augusta first mortgage, ill
w. 112% asked; Charlotte, Columbia and Au
jstasecond mortgage. 110% bid. 111% asked;
Astern Alabama second mortgage indorsed 6
107 bid, 108 asked; South Georgia
M Florida indorsed, 117 bid, 118 asked;
touth and Florida second mortgage.
11 bid, no askod; Augusta and Knoxville
irst mortgage 7 per oent, 110 bid, 111 asked;
am<Nville. Jefferson and Southern first mort
age guaranteed, 117 bid, 118 asked; Gaines-
! I,e ; Person and Southern not guaranteed.
bid. 112 asked; Ocean Steamship 6 per
guaranteed by Central railroad,
bin, 1(>4% asked; Gainesville, JctTersou and
second mortgage guaranteed,
j® bid. in asked; Columbus and Home first
bonds, indorsed by Central railroad.
• bil. kh asked; Columbus and Western 6
w cent guaranteed, 109 bid. 111 asked; City
... !!, mrl)an railway first mortgage 7 per
109 bid, 110 asked.
hank Stocks —Nominal. Southern Bank of
Mate of Georgia, 202 bid, 205 asked; Mer
“ttnts National Bank, 163 bid, 164 14 asked;
. nnah bank and Trust Company, 94 bid.
National jjank of Savannah, 125
; ' r 2 (; ask *d: Oglethorpe Savings and Trust
'‘mnany. Ip; bid, H 7 asked; Citizens’ Bank,
" bul. 95 asked.
Uq*Stacks Savannah Gas Light stock, 15
ask '*d; Mutual Gas Light stock, 18
b W, asked.
Ha* on - Market firm; demand good; smoked
<ir rib sides, 9Vc; shoulders, 7%<’; dry salted
■ e-rih sides, B%c; 4rng clear, 3%c; bellies.
’* B “°'ilderH, 6%c; hams, 13c.
Af.'.ivo and Ties- Market nominal. We
y • > v 4 lbs, 6%®Vc, according brand ani
1m ! v Iron tics- $1 20 j>er bundle, aecord
iv ~ r an’ l quantity, bagging and ties
“ lots a fraction higher.
'J*iw' ITn Market dull; fair demand; Goshen,
‘ (f edge, 21U®22c;creamery. 23!4®24c.
q iJSVL'-Supply Tight; native and Florida,
( V 5 per barrel.
heknk Slarket steady; fair demand. We
7 trt - !')®l2%c.
' jFKEE -The market Is steady. We quote:
l! CV ’ choice. 18c; prime. 17c; fair,
b! ' or< T*nary, 15%c; common, 15c.
hi’it—Apples, evaporated, 9%c; com
n *%• Peaches, peeled, 22c; unpeeled, 5®
hA ,^rantß ’ 7 c* Citron, 25c. ,
en?' a ° OD ®—The market is firm, with a ten
to advance; stock full; demand good,
h, ‘i'lote: Prints, 4W*<&7c; Georgia brown
ml*’ 4 % c ‘* do, 5%c; 4-4 brown sheet-
Jr;. V 4L*; white osnaburgv, 9%c; checks. 5%®
85c for best makes; brown drillings,
n£ H -y**t demand on account of high
iJ- '' p quote full weights: Mackerel—No.
60; >; 0- balf barrels, nominal. 00®
N° ; 2, |8 50. Ilen-ing-No. 1, 22<-; scaled,
Mullet, half barrels, $1 75.
demand fair. We quote:
tUiLn—Market firm; demand moderate.
Tiot*: Extra. $4 30®4 43; fancy, MO"®
; hqice patent. *5 50®5 95; famUy, $4 65®
• wheat patents. na
Grain— Corn—Market |flrm: demand light.
We quote: White corn, job lots, 80c; carload
lots, 78c; mixed, job lots, 7tc; carload lots. 76c.
Oats steady; demand good. We quote: Mixed
oats, 49c; carload lots, 47c. Bran, Si 15. Meal.
80a Grits, per bushel, 85c.
Hay—Market very firm, with a fair demand;
stock ample. We quote, job lots: Western,
51 15; carload lots, $1 12%; Eastern, none;
Hides, Wool, Etc. —Hides—Market very
weak; tendency to decline; receipts light; dry
flint, 9c; salted, 7c; dry butcher, 6c. Wool-
Market very weak; receipts light; prime, in
hales, [email protected]; burry, 8<2.12c. Wax, 18c. Tal
low, [email protected] Deer skins, flint, 25c; salted, 20c;
Otter skins, [email protected]$-i 00.
Iron —Market firm; Swede, 4t4®sc; refined,.
Lard—Market steady; in tierces. SWc; 50 Tb
Lime. Calcined Plaster and Cement—Ala
bama lump lime is in fair demand, and is sell
ing at Si 25 per barrel; Georgia, $1 15ai 25 per
barrel; calcined plaster. $1 85 per barrel; hair,
4c; Rosendale cement, SI 50; Portland cement.
52 50(&3 00.
Liquors—Full stock; steady demand. We
quote: Bourbon, $1 50®5 50; rye, Si [email protected] 00;
rectified. Si [email protected] 35. Ales unchanged aud in
Nails—Market firm; fair demand. We quote:
3d, S3 80: 4d and sd, S3 15; Cd, $2 90; Bd, S2 65;
lOd to 30d, $2 40; 40d, 50d and 60d, $2 65 per keg,
Nfts—Almonds—Tarragona, 18<<£:!0e; lvicas.
Hi, 18c; walnuts, French, 15c; Naples, 16c; pe
cans, 10c; Brazil, 10; filberts, 10c; cocoanuts,
Baracoa, $2 00©3 25 per 100.
Oils—Market firm; demand good. Signal,
45c; West Virginia black, 9®loc; lard, 62c;
headlight, 15c; kerosene, [email protected]>oc; water white,
’ IHc; neatsfoot, machinery,
linseed, raw, 59c; boiled, 62c; mineral seal, I6c;
fireproof, 18c; homelight, 18c.
Onions—Bermuda, per crate, $2 00.
Potatoes— Nominal. Northern, eating, $3 00
Peas—Following are prices asked by dealers:
Clay peas, $1 25; whippoorwill, $1 25; red rip
pers, gl 25; blackeye, SI 50; white Crowd
ers, $1 [email protected]>1 75. Jobbers are buying at the fol
lowing prices: Cow peas, mixed, 75c; clay.
Si 00; speckled, SI 00. Dealers reluctant to
buy, demand being light and weevils making
Prunes—Turkish, [email protected]; French, [email protected]
Raisins—Demand light; market steady. Lay
ers, S2 85 per box; Loudon layers, new, 83 25
per box; California London layers, S3 00 per
Salt—The demand is moderate and the mar
ket is quiet; carload lots, 70c fob; job lots, 80
Shot—Drop, $1 50; buck, $1 75.
Sugar—The market is dull; cut loaf, B%c;
cubes, granulated, 7*4c; confectioners' 4 \,
7c; standard A, 6lf)C; off A, 65fcc; white extra
C, golden C, 5%@6c.
Syrup—Florida and Georgia dull at [email protected];
the market is quiet for sugarhouse at [email protected];
Cuba straight goods, 28c in hogsheads; sugar
house molasses. [email protected]
Tobacco— Market higher" demand moderate.
We quote: Smoking, [email protected]$l 25; chewing, com
mon, sound, [email protected]; fair. [email protected]; medium, 38
@soc; bright, [email protected]; fine fancy, [email protected]; extra
fine, [email protected]$l 10; bright navies, [email protected]; dark
navies, [email protected]
Lumber— Coastwise demand continues active
and indications point to large consumption and
improvement in demand. Foreign demand is
fairly active. Prices are firm at quotations,
with an upward tendency. Mills are all full of
work. We quote fob:
Ordinary sizes sl2 [email protected] 00
Piflficult sizes 15 [email protected] 50
Flooring boards 16 [email protected] 50
ShipstutT 17 [email protected] 50
Timber— Market dull and nominal. We quote:
700 feet average $ 9 [email protected]!1 00
800 “ “ 10 [email protected] 00
900 “ “ 11 [email protected] 00
1,000 “ “ 12 [email protected] 00
Shipping timber in the raft
-700 feet average $ 6 [email protected] 7 00
800 " " 7 [email protected] 800
900 " “ 8 [email protected] #OO
1,000 “ “ 9 [email protected] 00
Mill timber SI below these figures.
Lumber—By sail—Tonnage is in good supply
and there is very little immedi
ate demand for coastwise vessels. Freight
limits are $5 [email protected] 50 from this and the near
Georgia ports to the Chesapeake ports, Phila
delphia, New York, Sound ports and eastward.
Timber, [email protected]$l 00 higher than lumber rates.
To the West Indies and Windward, nominal; to
South America, sl3 [email protected] 00; to Spanish and
Mediterranean ports, [email protected] 00; to United
Kingdom for orders, timber, [email protected]; lumber,
£3 15s. Steam—To New York, $6 00; to Phila
delphia. $6 00; to Boston, $7 00.
Naval Stores—Strong. Foreign—Cork, etc.,
for orders, 3s, and. or 4s 3d; Adriatic, rosin,
3s; Genoa, rosin, 2s Coastwise-Steam—
To Boston, 45c on rosin, 90c on spirits; to New
York, rosin 30c, spirits 80c; to Philadelphia,
rosin 80c, spirits 80c; to Baltimore, rosin 30c,
spirits 70c. Coastwise quiet.
Cotton—By steam—The market is very dull.
Liverpool via New York $ lb 13-64d
Liverpool via Baltimore $1 lb .. 7-32d
Liverpool via Boston $ 1b 13-64d
Havre via New Y'ork $1 lb 9f)C
Bremen via New Y'ork lb %c
Bremen via Baltimore 53c
Reval via New Y'ork stlb 25-64d
Genoa via New York $ lb 23~64d
Amsterdam via New York 57Wc
Boston bale $1 25
Sea island $ bale 1 IX)
New York bale 100
Sea island $ bale 1 00
Philadelphia bale 100
Sea island per bale... 1 00
Baltimore $ bale I 00
Providence bale 125
New York $ barrel 50
Philadelphia V barrel 50
Baltimore %! barrel 50
Boston barrel 70
Vegetables—By steam—By special contract.
To New Y’ork, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Bos
ton, standard crates, 20c; standard barrels, 40c.
Without contract: Standard crates, 35c, stan
dard barrels. 75c."
Grown fowls $ pair $ 65 @ 75
Chickens, Hto U grown 40 @ 50
Eggs, country. $ dozen 15 @ 37
Peanuts—Fancy h. p. Va, $1 1b... 5 @
Peanuts—Hand picked slb 4 @
Peanuts—Ga, V bushel, nominal. 75 @1 00
Sweet potatoes, yel.yams $ bush. 75 @1 00
Potatoes, white yams $ bushel.. 60 @ 75
Poultry—Market easier; young chickens
scarce and wanted; old fowls plentiful and dull.
Eggs Market very firm, with a full supply
and light demand.
Peanuts—Fair stock; demand moderate.
Sugar Georgia and Florida nominal; none
Honey—No demand; nominal,
Sweet Potatoes—ln good demand; reoeipts
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, June 13, noon.—Stocks quiet but
steady. Money easy at [email protected] per cent. Ex
change—long, $4 [email protected] BrtS£; short, $4 88t^@
4 8834. State bonds neglected. Government
bonds dull but firm.
Erie 2234 Rlchm’d 4W.Pt.
Chicago A North . 103*4 Terminal 22&6
Lake Shore 88* Western Union... 75>fi
Norf. A W. pref. .45
5:00 p. m.—Exchange active and firm at
$4 [email protected] tDGi. Money easy at [email protected])4 per cent,
Sub-Treasurv balances—Coin, $134.UJ7;000; cur
rency 815,963,000. Government bonds dull but
steady; four per cents 1*7%; four and a half
per cents 107. State bonds entirely neglected.
The stock market was less active to-day, but
it was somewhat Irregular and highly feverish,
• with special weakness in a few securities. The
result of the day's toiling is to leave most of
the list fractionally lower than last night.
There was considerably buying for London by
arbitrage dealers, and the tone of the opening
was quite strong, but professionals were in
clinod to resist the advance, and further lines
of shorts were put out all around the room.
The declaration of a dividend on Western Union
had some little effect in rallying the list, but
the covering of aborts was the principal lever
by which prices were lifted in the afternoon.
The most severe pressure to day was in trunk
line securities, and Lake Shore was a sufferer,
and the attack upon Erie seconds was specially
noticeable. Among the specialties Oregon
Navigation made a marked drop, though a por
tion of the loss was afterward recovered. Chi
cago was a heavy seller of Grangers, and this
did much to restrict the afternoon advance to
the small proportions which It attained. Total
sales 295,000 shares. The following were the
Ala rlass A. 2to 5.105% New Orleans Pv
Ala. class B, ss. . 109 clflc, first mort.. 93%
Georgia 7s, mort.. 105 N. Y. Central .... 104
Nri'arolinii rts 119 Norf AW. prsf.. 45
N.Carolina 4s 84 Nor. Pacific. ... 21%
So Cato. (.Brown pref... 49%
5 consols M* Pacific Mail 32U
Tennessee set 7u% Rfad* n K ■ ••• ••
Virginia6s ....'4B Richmond A Ale.. 5*
Vs. consolidated .35 Richm'd AW. Pt. 22*
Ch’peakeA Ohio.. - Rock Island 105
Northwestern ... 103* fat. Paul ......... 61-4
- preferred 140 preferred.. 100
Bela, and Lack.. 127* Texas Pacific. .. 18%
E&Kt TonnflJMW* •• Unioo Paoiflc 62%
Lake Shore .... 87% N. J. Central .... 81%
Uvifle A Nash..,. Big Missouri Pec,fie... 69%
Memphis A Char 60 Western Uni an 75%
Mobile A Ohio. .. < Cotton 0.1 oertifl. 31*
Nash. A Cbatt’a . 74
Liverpool. Juna 18, noon.-—Cotton
and in fair "demand- middling uplands 5 <-l#d:
middling Orleans 5%d; sales 10.000 bales, for
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888.
■peculation and export 1,000 balea; receipts
6,000 hales—American 1.960.
Futures—Uplands, low middling: clause,
Juna delivery 5 25-64d; June and July 5 25-64d;
July and August 5 25-64d; August and Septem
ber 5 24-64; September and October 6 14-64d.
The tenders of deliveries at to-day's clearings
amounted to 700 bales new dockets.
2p. m.—Bales of the day included 8,100 bales
Futures-Uplands, low middling clause. June
delivery 526 6-4 d, buyers; June and July de
livery 5 25-64d, buyers; July and August 5 25-64d,
value; August and September 5 24-64 J. buy
ers; September and October 5 14-64d, buyers;
October and November 5 10-64d, value ; Novem
ber and December 5 8-64d, buyers; December
and January 5 8-64d, buyers; September 5 24-64d.
buyers. Market quiet but steady
4 p. m.— Futures: Uplands, low middling
clause, June delivery 6 25-64d, value; June and
July delivery 5 25-64d, sellers; July and August
6 2ft-64d, sellers; August an 1 September 6 24-04d,
buyers; September and October 5 14*64d,buyers;
October and November 6 10-611, buyers; Novem
ber and December 5 8-64d, buyers; December
and January 5 8-64d, buyers; September 5 24 64d,
buyers. Market closed quiet but steady.
Manchester. June 18. The Guardian says:
“The market has a strong appearance. Sellers
have occasionally Attempted fruitlessly to raise
prices, though, whore sales were effected, they
were at Friday's full rates. The tparkot is de
cidedly quiet as far as actual transactions are
concerned. Sellers and buyers report an ex
ceedinjjly light business for Tuesday There is a
fair demand in several departments, but the
prices offered are often much below regular
rates. Apparently the strong position of cot
ton has inspired producers with a sense of
danger in entering into contracts on the basis
of present narrow margins, especially iu cloth
departments, and thev therefore are not dis
posed to accept low offers when there is a pros
pect for better terms. There is a moderate in
quiry for India aud China staples, but it is
largely impracticable. Business for smaller
foreign markets is small. The export yarn de
partments are inactive but steady. Some sales
to a fair amount for India are reported at full
prices. Little has been done for China and the
continent. Home manufacturers have bought
sparingly. Business in the cloth departments
has been light. India and China shirt ings are
steady and fairly well engaged. Producers, of
fine ami fancy goods are anxious for fresh or
ders. Printing cloths are dull. Production IS
slowly lessening in some directions. Other
finishing cloths are quiet, with moderate de
mand. Heavy goods are firm. Sales are
New Yonx, June 13, noon.—Cotton steady;
middling uplands 10%c, middling Orleans 10%c;
sales 622 bales.
Futures—Market opened steady, with sales as
follows: June delivery 10 01c; July 10 07c;
August 10 16c; September 9 66c; October 9 45c;
November 9 3Gc.
6:00 p. m.— Cotton steady; middling uplands
10%c, middling Orleans 10%c; sales to day 2,981
bales, including 2,681 bales to spinners; net re
ceipts 405 bales, gross 2,503 bales.
Futures—Market closed quiet but steady,
with sales of 31,900 bales, as follows: June
delivery 10 00®10 01c. July 10 06&l0 07c, Au
gust 10 13® 10 14c, September 9 66®9 67c, Octo
ber 9 46®9 47c, November 9 37®9'38c, December
9 3H®9 39c. January 9 45®9 46c, February
9 53®954c, March 9 bl®9 02c, April 9 69®9 70c,
Mav 9 77®9 78c.
Messrs. Hubbard. Price A Oo.'s cotton circu
lar sAys: “In consequence of lower Liverpool
prices our market opened one point below last
night. The offering was free, partly as an effort,
to further weaken the market, and partly to
realize on long cotton. After declining three
points the supply was taken up with freedom,
and the demand finally overlapped offerings,
and a small reaction followed, on which there
was a recovery of two points. The position ap
peared to show pretty good weeding out of
tired long interest, but the main feature has
been the reappearance of American spinners,
who bought 3,131 bales since last night. These
free sales naturally checked tb* decline as they
became known. Exporters also bought a small
line of 200 bales. The demand is principally for
the better, and is rapidly reducing the balance
of our stock here to less desirable cottons."
Galveston, June 13.—Cottoned eady; middling
9%c; net receipts 87 bales, gross 37; sales 691
bales; stock 5,526 bales; exports, coastwise 100
Norfolk, June 13.—Cotton steady; middling
9%c; net receipts 307 bales, gross 397; sales
25 bales: stock 13,908 bales; oxporfrs, coastwise
Baltimore, June 13.—Cotton middling
10%c; net receipts bales, gross 5; sales
none; to spinners 20) bales; stock 9,291 bales.
Boston, June 13.—Cotton quiet; middling
10%e; net receipts 182 bales, gross 1,488; sales
none; stock none; exports, to Great Britain
WiLMiNOToif, June 13.—Cotton firing mid
dling 9%c; net receipts 46 bales, gross 46; sales
none; stock 1,583 Rales.
Philadelphia, June 13. Cotton dull; middling
10%c; net receipts 27 bales, gross 27; stock
New Orleans, June 13.—Cotton quiet; mid
dling 9 7 16c; net receipts 153 bales, gross 153;
sales 2,750 bales; stock 84,764 bales; exports,
coastwise 2,499 bales.
Mobile, June 13.—Cotton quiet; middling
9%c; net receipts 79 bales, gross 79; sales 100
bales; stock 7,692 bales; exports, coastwise 815
Memphis, June 13.—Cotton steady; middling
9%c; receipts 67 bales; shipments 250 bales;
sales 1,250 bales; stock 23.002 bales.
Augusta, June 13.— Cotton steady; middling
9s>iC; receipts 9 bales; sales 375 bales.
Charleston, June 13.—Cotton quiet: middling
9 11-16 c; net receipts 405 bales, gross 405; sales
none; stock 4,483 bales; exports, coaatwise 103
Atlanta, June 13.—Cotton firm; middling
9%c; receipts 33 bales.
New Yore, June 13.—Consolidated net re
oeiDts for all cotton ports to-dav 2,115 bales;
exports, to Great Britain 2,387 bales, to the
continent 533; stock at al! American ports
PROVISIONS, QROOKRISS. BTC.
Liverpool, June 13, noon.—Wheat firm; de
mand improving; holders offer moderately. Corn
steady; demand fair.
Nkw York, June 13, noon.— Flour dull and
weak. Wheat better. Corn higher. Pork quiet
but steady; mese sls 25®15 50. Lard dull at
$8 77*. "Freights quiet but firm.
5:00 p. m.—Flour, Southern steady. Wheat
—options a little irregular; spot quiet and gen
erally steady; No. 2 red, July delivery 91*®
91*o; August 92*®92%c. Corn—options closed
steady %f;s*c above the bottom: cash firm but
quiet; No*. 2, June delivery 58%@58%c; July
delivery 59®60c. Oats steady; No. 2, June de
livery nominal at 37*c: July delivery 37*®
37%c; No. 2 spot 87®37%c. Hops quiet and
unchanged Coffee, lair Rio on s|K>t dull and
nominal at 15c; options 15®25 points lower and
fairly active; No. 7 Rio, June delivery 12 30®
12 50c; July delivery 10 95® 11 10c. Sugars dull
and unchanged; refined steady, with demand
fair. Molasses dull. Potroleum steady; refined
7*catall ports. Tallow firm but quiet. Cot
ton seed oil quiet. Hides quiet and unchanged.
Wool quiet and heavy; domestic fleece 2(!®36c.
pulled 1(1®27c, Texas i2® 19c. Pork weak and
dull. Beef dull. Cut meats dull. Middles nom
inal. Lard exceedingly dull; Western steam,
on spot $8 75, June delivery $8 69®8 73.
Chicago, June 13.—Tliere was considerable
Weakness shown on 'Change early to-day. The
markets were unsettled aud the news was of a
conflicting character. The pits were without
leaders, especially on the hull side, and with
the crowd afraid to short markets and not
enough bull news for good buying, there was
nervousness all round. Wheat .was first steady,
then weak, and then strong, and toward noon
weakened the second time without much sign
of another rally. Among the bullish influences
were reports from France and Italy that the
crops there were in danger from the chinch bug.
From appearances smaller professionals got
loadod up around top figures and were anxiously
waiting a chance to unload. With the excep
tion of some buying of December wheat for
foreign account and free soiling by St. Louis,
trading was almost exclusively local. St.. Icauls
people sold on reports tlnit wheat would soon
commence harvesting in the south and west of
them. Receipts of corn were 70s cars, consider
able more than the estimate, and prices op tied
%c under last night. The prospects of large
receipts for to-morrow caused another setback
after the rally had put prices up nearly 1 cent.
Independent of a special weakness caused by
receipts the situation appeared strong. ( bits
were quiet and without special feature In pro
visions trade recovered a little of its old time
interest. Under the influence of advices from
the stock yards, where hogs were in better sup
ply and lower, the bear element felt encouraged
to hammer the market. The morning opening
was comparatively strong, but free selling
turned the tide, and from the highest prices
touched pork declined 2i®27.-. Lard declined
s®7*C ami short ribs 10c. Later a considerable
portion of this break was regained. July pork
opined at sl3 80. ranged between sl3 60® 13 87*
and closed at sl3 77*. July lard opened at
$8 57*. sold down to $s 52* and Closed at $8 55.
July short ribs opened at $7 57*. sold at $7 60®
7 65 and close 1 at $7 55.
Cash quotations were as follows- Wheat —
No. 2 spring Bi%®B4c; No 2rel 85c. Corn-
No. 2, 52*c. Oats—No. 2, 32%c. Mess pork,
per barrel, sl3 70. Lard $8 50. Short rib sides,
loose $7 50, Dry sailed shoulders, boxed $6 ,l
6 25. Short olear sides, boxsd sß® 05. Whisky
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Hignest. Closing.
No. 2 Wheat—
June delivery... 84 84% J;%
July delivery.... 64% Bi% 84%
Corn. Ns. 2
June deli very... s!* 52* 52%
July delivery. . 52% 53% 58*
Oats, Mo. %
June delivery... 32 32* 32*
July delivery 32* 82% 33
July delivery S’.S 86 sl3 87* sl3 77*
Aur. delivery... 13 90 13 97* 18 87*
July delivery... $8 57* $8 57* $8 55
Aur. delivery .. 865 865 860
July delivery.... $7 57* $7 60 $7 55
Aur. delivery... 765 7 67* 7 62*
bXLTtKORE. June 13.—Flour moderately active;
prices unchanged; Howard etreet and Western
superfine $2 50t®3 00, extra $3 25cqi4 00. family
Southern dull and lower; Fultz 89®93c. Lour
berry [email protected]; Western steady; No. 2 winter red,
on spot 89*®90*c Corn —Southern quiet but
steady; white 62®63c. yellow
Cincinnati, June 13.—Flour easier. Wheat
dull; No. 2 red 93*c. Corn steady; No 2
mixed 58c. Data quiet; No. 2 mixed 37c. Pro
visions quiet and unchanged Pork sl4 50 1 .ard
$8 15. Bulk meats —short ribs §7 75. YVhisky
at $1 14. Hogs steady.
St. Louis, June 18.—Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat opened and closed at yester
day's figures; No. 2 red, cash 87%@*8c, June
delivery closed at 87*c. Corn unsettied; cash
4-"\<i4B*c, July delivery 48%®49c. Oats firm;
cash 32c, June delivery 'll lye. Whisky $1 u.
Provisions weaker—Pork sl4 Bj*®l4 50. laid
Louisville, June 13.—Grain and provisions
quiet and unchanged.
Nr.w Orleans, June 13.—Coffee unchanged;
Riocargoes, common to prime Cot
ton seed products dull and nominal. Sugar
unchanged; Louisiana open kettle, strictlv
prime 53$c; Louisiana centrifugal*, eh* ic*
white 63 h c; choice j’ellow claritied 6 l-lfic. Mo
lasses unchanged; Louisiana open kettle, lair
to good fair 19(520e; centrifugals,
prime to good prime 18c.
New York, June 13, noon.— Spirits turpentine
dull at 36c. Rosin dull at $1 [email protected] 520.
5:00 p. in.—Turpentine dull at 80c. Rosin
dull at $1 15®1 -jo.
Charleston, June 13.—Turpentine steady at
33c Rosin dull.
Wilmington, June 13.—Spirits turpentine
steady at S3Wc. Rosin steady; strained 82V*<\
good strained 8?c. Tar firm at $1 40. Crude
tur pen line firm; hard $l, yellow dip $1 90, virgin
Nsw York. June 13.—Rice steady.
New Orleans, June 13.—Rice unchanged.
Fruit and Vegetable Markets.
New York, June 11.—The Savannah steamer,
due at 6a. m , was delayed and did not arrive
until late this afternoon, hut produce via the
the Atlantic coast dispatch line sold early in the
morning as follows: Prime potatoes, $3 00(A
1 00 per barrel; seconds, $1 OO per barrel;
New Orleans onions, $8 50 per barrel; Savannah
cucumbers, 75c(?i&$1 25 per crate; Charleston cu
cumbers. $1 00(30 50 per crate; egg plant, $2 50
per barrel, choice stock; Savannah beans. 75c(&
$1 75 per crate; Charleston beans, sl<Xl(&2<>o
]>er crate; Florida tomatoes. 75c(rfc$l 75 per
crate; Savannah tomato >es, $1 25(&1 75 per crate;
beets, SI 00(3-1 25 per crate; squash, 50u(&$l 00
perorate The Savannah steamer will bring
nine carloads of watermelons. They are not
meeting with ready sale owing to cool weather,
hut the demand is gradually increasing as we
approach warmer weather. Few peaches are
arriving and North Carolina and South Carolina
are selling at $1 50Qf2 50 per % bushel crate;
alsq, Georgia coming forward and bringing
about the same Quotations. North Carolina
huckleberries, 8<&10c per quart.
G. 8. Palmer.
New York. June 13.—The market is firmer
and prices are advancing. Fancy tomatoes.
Savannah, $2 50(&2 75 i>er crate; Florida. $1 75
(&2 25 per crate; cucumbers, $100(21125 per
crate; beans. $1 00®2 00 per crate; squash, 50c
<£&sl (X) per crate; prime potatoes, $3 50(gi4 50
l>er barrel; seconds, $1 50(&2 50 per barrel;
watermelons, $25 OO per hundred.
G. S. Palmer.
MfNiATJUtC ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Btm Rises 4:55
Sun Suits 7:05
High Water at Savannah 11:21 A M, 11:42pm
Thursday. June 14, 1881
Steamship Juniata, Askins, Philadelphia— C O
Steamer Ethel, Carroll, Cohen's Bluff find way
landings—W T Gibson, Manager.
Schr Ida Lawrence, Young, Baltimore—Jos A
Roberts & Cos.
Steamer Katie, Bevdl, August*fad way land
ings—J G Sledlock, Agent.
New York, June 11 .Arrived, hrig Stacy Clark,
Whitney, Savannah; schrs Jennie Greenbank,
Webster. Elliott’s Kev, Fla; Annie E Blackman,
Edwards, Fernandina: John F Kranz. Pitcher,
Pensacola; MarthaSßement,Townsend, Darien;
Abbie H Gheen, Uheen, Georgetown, S C; Ettie
Hall Lister, Mason, do.
Cleared, steamship Inflexible (Br\ Sbaw,
Beaufort, S C.
Chartered, hark E S Powell. New York to
Brunswick, railroad iron, $1 35: schrs Jefferson,
Austin D Knight and Stephen G Hart, New York
to Brunswick, same.
Buenos Avres, May 9—Sailed, bark Hakon
Jarl (Nor). Kastrup. Tybee.
Cork, June 11—Arrived, bark Oskar (Ru3),
Genoa, June 9—Arrived, bark Amadeo (Ital),
Havre, June 9 Passed, bark Svea (Rus),
London, June 11—Arrived, steamship Wick
Bay (Br), Warden. Bull River, S C.
Oporto, June 6—Arrlvod.Olinda (Port), Soares,
Rotterdam, June 9—Arrived, bark Sirene
(Nor), Bakke. Brunswick.
Rio Janeiro, May 19-Saileci, bark Magnolia
(Nor), Larsen, Pensacola.
Westzaan, June9-Arrived, hark Nixolni(Rus),
Key West, June 8- Arrived, tug Pesque, New
YorK (coaled and proceeded to Colorado Reef,
Cuba); schr Legal Tender, Carballo, New York.
Nassau, May 31 —Arrived, schr Eothen (Brj,
St Thomas, to June 9—Arrived, schr St Croix,
Baltimore, June 11—Arrived, schr H S Igin
fair. Woodland, Fernandina.
9th—Sailed, schr A Denike, Townsend, Savan
Brunswick, June B—Arrived, brig Rozella
Smith (Br), Greene, New York; 9th, steamer
Thornhill (Br), WVtherell, do.
9th- Sailed, bark Ragna (Nor), Pettersen,
Driswold; schr Flora Rogers, Francis, Boston;
10th, baric Fillippino (Ital), Antwerp.
7th cleared, bark Hero(Rus). Gruner, Ams
terdam ; prior to Bth, schr James Ives, Blake,
Darien, June 9—Cleared, schrs Melissa A
Willey, Willey, Portland; Annie P Chase, Poole,
Jacksonville, June 10 Arrived, schr Lizzie V
Hall, Clouting, New Y’ork.
New Haven, June 11 bailod, schr Index, Gar
Pensacola, June 4—Arrived, bark Polare (Ital),
Costa, Buenos Ayres.
Cleared, hark San Carlos (Br), Govansson,
Port Koval, SC, June 11—Arrived, steamer
State of Texas, Williams, New York (and pro
ceeded for Fernandina),
Sailed, steamer Alierlady Bay (Br), McGregor,
Sailed from Bay Point, brig Lewis L Squire
and schr L C Kaminski. New York.
Philadelphia, June 11—Arrived, schr Hattie L
Sheets, Dole. Georgetown, S C.
Cleared, schr J B Anderson, Sheperd, George
Fernandina, June 13 -Arrived, steamship
State of Texas, Williams, New York; schr
Annie L Lockwood, Evans, do.
New Y'ork, - Arrived, steamship Wis
Arrived out, steamship Lahn, New York for
Jacksonville, June 9—Steamer Nassau (Br),
Ranger, arrived hero a few days ago from Nas
sau, and is now on the ways, undergoing repairs.
Bark Maori (Br), Jackson, from Brunswick for
Londonderry, June 4, lat 48 39, ion 82 82.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway.
June 18—23 bales cotton, 1,212 bhls rosin.
508 bbls spirits tur|>entin, 18 tons iron, 7 bales
moss, 15 boles wool, 1 car cattlt, 21 cars lumber,
1 car brick, 22 cars watermelon*. 56 bbls pine
apnles, 19 bales hides, 0.463 crates vegetables,
987 bbls vegetables, 79 pkgs mdse.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, June
18—1 car wood, 225 sacks |>eaniit*, 1 bale inoss,
34 eases medicine, 1 piano, 2 bales hides, 3 cases
spice. 2 cases cigars. 86 boxes tobacco, 1 box
white meat, 25 caddies tobacco, 120 socks rioe.
298 pkgs hardware, 143 pkgs h h goods, 140 sacks
fertilizers, 16 pngs, and mdse.
Per Charleston and Savannah Railway, Juno
l*-Fordg Office, Baker B, M Y Henderson,
Jno Sullivan, Mendel* D. Kavanaugh *B, W S
King, Lippinan Bros, J Goodwin, IJndsay * M,
Savannan C-otton Mills, J J Wall, Ludden * H,
Blodgett. M * Cos, J J Snow, Longhead, O A Cos,
M McNierny, W M McCarthy.
Per Savannah, Florida and Western Railway,
June* 18—Transfer Office, John B Knight, E I*
Shotty, Eckinan & V. McDonough A: Cos, John
Copeland, II Myers A Bros, J P Williams A Cos,
Savannah Steam Bakery. Dale, I) A Cos, Ray
Q. Stillwell, 1* A' M. Reppard A Cos, Epstein A \N ,
Lippman Bros, 1 Epstein Bro, Baldwin A Cos.
Mrs R Eastman. 8 Guokenheimer Son, Raker
AS. A It Hull. Wood & S, T M Keller. Order
uotify Waters A C, Frank A Cos. Mohr Bros,
Peacock. H £ Cos, O L Jones. Ellis, S' £ Cos
Per steamship Juniata, from Philadelphia—
A R Alt mayor A Cos, G W Allen, A H Champion,
B.vck Bros, J G Butler, Brush El. A P Cos, A U
Desboui lions, City Sub Ky, W S Cherry A Cos,
Cornwell Ac, C R R, Davis Bros, 1 Dasher & Cos,
CH Dorsott, Dreyfus Bros, A Ehrlich A Bro, L
Freid, I ckman A V, I Epstein A Bro, A Hanley,
G Eckstein & Cos, J 11 F.still, C Kolshorn A Bro,
M Eerst A Cos, Fret well N, Frank \ < ’<>. Jno F
Freeman, S Guckenheimer A Son, P II Keirnan,
Gorrie Ice Mfg Cos, I) Hogan, U M Heidt A Cos,
Kehoe Iron Works, A loftier, E Lovell A Son, J
F LiFar, Jno Lyons A Cos, Lovell A L, N Ling,
Lippman Bros, R I> MeDonell, J McGrath A Cos,
McKenna &W, Mendel AD. 11 Myers A Bros,
G Meyer, Mohr Rros, Lee Roy Myers A Cos, Rich
A M. Moore, H A Cos, Master Machinist C K K,
J G Nelson A Cos, A S Nichols, Jno Nicolson Jr,
Palmer Bros, Parsons A D, Solomons A Cos, Jno
Rourke, Savannah Cotton Mills, Slater. M A Cos,
Savannah Steam Bakery, J S Silva, Savannah
Times, Southern Cotton Oil Cos. G \V Tiedoman,
H Solomon A Son, J TShuptrine A Bro, G F
Thornton, B F Ulmer, J D Weed a Cos, Augusta
Steamboat Cos. Thos West, P H Ward, St J R
Yonge, Ga A Fla 1 S B Cos. S, F A \Y Ky.
A. Li. HARTRII >ci £
BUTS AND SF.I.T,S on commission all clauses
of Stocks and Bonds.
Negotiates loans on marketable securities.
New York nuolationa furnished by private
ticker every fifteen minutes
F. c. wyllyT
STOCK, BOND £ REAL ESTATE BROKER,
130 BRYAN STREET,
BUYS and sells on commission all classes of
securities. Business respectfully solicited
and promptly attq;idd to.
High Steam Pressure k Damper Regulator
T. E. LUTNER, Philadelphia
Y N attachment to steam boilers connected
with and regulating the damper in chimney so
nicely as to maintain the desired steam pres
sure within a variation of one pound, thereby
saving fuel and preventing undue strains on the
boiler. When economy in fuel an<fc safety of
boiler is considered, no steam plant is complete
without it. For circulars and prices address
j". w. t Yisr^nsr,
ENGINEER AND MACHINIST,
Savannah, - - Q-eorgia,.
GEO. W.TIEDEMAN & BRO,
Grocers, Provision Dealers S Com’o Merchants,
NO. 181 BAY ST., SAVANNAH. GA.
O. DAVIS. M. A. DAVIS
Gk DAVIS <fc SON.
I^roviHions. Origin and Hay.
I )R BALE.—6OO bushels Straight Clav Peas,
I I 600 bushels Mixed Cow I’cas, 300 bushels
Red Ripper Peas, 300 bushels Whipporwill Peas,
300 bushels Choice Black Eye Peiis, 50 bushels
Georgia Grouper Peas. Orders by mail solicited.
106 and 19H BAY STREET.
COMMISSION MERC HANTS.
W. W. GORDON. F. D. BLOODWOUTH. Mill KNE GORDON.
W. W. GORDON & CO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cotton, Rice, Naval Store*,
112 BAY STREET, - - RAVANNAH, GA.
JOHN a. QAU.NKTT. THOMAS V. STI.'IMS. WM. S.TISOM.
G-arnett, Stubbs & Cos.,
94 BAY ST., SAVANNAH, GA.
Liberal advance* made ou couaignmenta of
———r 11 " ■
Machinists, Boiler Makers anil Blacksmith^
STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES,
VERTICAL and TOP-RUNNING COHN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS and PANS,
AGENTS for Alert and Union Injectors, the
simplest and most effective on the market;
Gullett LJgnt Draft Magnolia Cotton Ola, tha
beet in the market.
All order* promptly attended to. Send for
( ROCKERY, BTC.
'GEO. W. ALLEN,
- DEALER IN—
Fruit Jars, Ice Cream Churns, Fly
Fans, Hammocks, Refrigera
tors, Water Coolers,
No. 105 M; Broughton St., Savannah, Ga
PAINTS and oil>.
JOHN G. BUTLER,
HTHITE LEADS, COLORS, OILS, GLASS,
VV VARNISH, ETC.: READY MIXED
PAINTS; RAILROAD, STEAMER AND MILL
SUPPLIES, SASHES. DOORS, BLINDS AND
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE. Sole Agent for
ladd lime, calcined plaster, ce
ment. IIAIKand LAND PLASTER.
6 Whitaker Street, Savannah. Georgia
FISH AND OV ST KKS.
'' ' ESTABLISHED ltcs.
M. M. SULLIVAN,
Wholesale Fish and Oyster Dealer,
ISO Bryan at. and 162 Bay lane, Savannah, Ga.
Fifth orders for Cedar Keys received here have
I I KI'I.vH N B TOOLS.
PINE TREE HACKS,
BEST HACK IN THE MARKET.
FOB SALE KY
J, D. WEED & CO,
P. J. FALLON,'
MILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
22 DRAYTON STREET SAVANNAH.
Ij'STl MATCH promptly furniahed far building
U of any chum.
“Important Millinery Notice.”
STRAW HATS! As everybody knows, KROUSKOFF
is HEADQI ARTURS, and has the LARGEST assortment
this side of New York and the LOWEST PRICES. Rough
and Ready, Tramway, Porcupine, Milans, Union and Patent
Milans, Lace and Combinations, for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. FINE IMPORTED HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS,
FEATHERS, PLUSHES, VELVETS, SILKS, Etc., MUST
bo closed out. The stock comprises an assortment of new and
beautiful Millinery of every description. WE CONTINUE
TO SELL AT RETAIL on our first floor at SAME prices as
we WHOLESALE upstairs. WE ALSO CONTINUE OUR
GREAT RIBBON SALES as heretofore until further notice.
Kronstofs Mammotli Miller? Boise.
MO Jilt LSON, KO YE&'OO/S
VIT’E have no special sales’ days for baits to draw runtomers o- to raise money, but w* alwnvs
▼ ▼ aim to have* and give our customers and the public the very boat, goods at the very lowest
prices. We can boost, of such values as we arc offering this week. Just such goods as every lady
ts looking for. We are the loading house, and the house to buy everything in the Dry Goods lino
from. We are offering new, clean and fresh stock at such prices as no other bouse can touch.
Old and trashy goods are generally sold cheap. Our new goods are marked at st ill lower prices
than old and trashy prices. We give you just the quantity you wish, so do not seek for remnants.
READ CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING- QUOTATIONS:
Our entire stock of Oh allies, the prettiest
terns in town, reduced to 15c. a yard.
Our entire stock of fine French Satina*, your
choice at 25c.
We w ill place on sale Wednesday 100 pieces
lieat. American Sutine, yard wide, at 10c.; worth
2 cases White Check Nainsook at BV^c.; that
is beyond the reach of all competition.
H pieces 22 inch Heavy Surah Silk, suitable for
sashes, in white, cream, pink, blue and lavender,
at 65c.; worth Si.
1 lot 42 inch Scrim reduced to 5c.; worth 10c,
Special feature In our White Goods Depart
ment 15c. and 20c. quality India Linen reduced
to 10c. and IVl^c.
1 case Fancy Laos Stripe Etamine at ft*4c.;
real value 10c.
Manv wonderful bargains in Black and Colored
Wool Dress (ioods anil Silks.
1 lot Katin (not Sateen), in all colors, at 19c.;
real value 40c.
BOYS' CLOTHING.-Immense reductlonsl Entire atock closing out without regard to cost,
MORRISON, FOYE & CO.,
AT D, WEISBKIN’fI OLD STAND.
They Have Come.
WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS!
EMIL A. SCHWARZ’S
Artistic Designs ! Latest Colorings !
Inspection solicited; estimates furnished. Refrigerators,
Baby Carriages, Ice Boxes, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Shades,
Mosquito Nets and Canopies.
EMIL A. SCHWARZ,
126 and 127 Broughton Street.
CARRIAGES BUGGIES WAGONS, ETC.
irirm iaiwacidrers r
WE NOW CARRY IN OCR REPOSITORY, CORNER WEST BROAD AND BROUGH
TON STREETS. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
PHAETONS, BUGGIES, ROAD CARTS,
HARN ESS, WHI PS, TURPENTINE
AND FARM WAGONS,
Ever offered to the Southern trade. Manufacturing all these goods at our own factory
under our personal supervision, we challenge competition, both in style, durability and.
prices. Inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.
I>. A. ALTICK’B SONS,
FACTORY AT LANCASTER. PA.
SOLI I) factsT
The Best Work is Always the Cheapest.
THIS CAN BE PROCURED AT
Lindsay & Morgan’s,
RECEIVING AGENTS FOR THE
Old-:-Staten bland Dyeing Establishment.
No extra charge for Freight or handling. Specialties in cleaning laco Curtain* and Blanket*
.Send in your SOILED ao.l FADED clothing and have li returned to you MCE and FRESH
Goods forwarded twice a wee*. Remember the place.
LINDSAY & MOTTGYYAT’S,
PRIESTLEY’S SILK-WARP HENRIETTAS
Are the most thoroughly reliable gor.de in tile market. They are made of the finest silk and
boat Australian wool. You can easily distinguish them by their softness and beauty
and regularity of flni“h. They are alwuys the Maine inguality. weight, width and shade,
thus enabling you to match any piece, and arc dyed In two standard shades of black. They
are rolled on a “Varnleh -d Hoard,” showring the grain of the wood, which U the Priest
ley Trade-Mark, and Ik stamped with the manufacturer’s name. Without this none are
genuine For further security the good* are also stamped, ou the underside of the
selvedge, at Intervals of five yards, with the name of B. Priestley & Cos. in gilt letters.
FOR SALE BY THE PRINCIPAL DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES!
1 lot Heavy Pure Silk Mitt*, black, tan* and
grays, at 28c.; worth 35c.
Another lot ladles’ Silk and Taffetta Glove*
at sc. a pair; good value for 25c.
Chib Iron"h Lisle Thread Ribbed Ho*© at 19c.;
reduced from 35*.
50 dozen ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, our 25c.
quality, for 15c.
Special feature In Corsets this week, our 50c.
quality for 89c.
Our 75c quality Gents' Mnlaundried Shirt*,
this week at 4Mc.
Great sacrifice sale of ladies' Muslin Under*
100 dozen ladles' Drawer*, good muslin, re
duced to 21c and upward.
100 dozen ladies’ Chemise, good muslin, re
duced to 21c. and upward.
100 dozen Ladles' Skirts, well made, reduced
to 25c. and upward.
Corset covers in great variety at 15c. each and
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