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GEORGIA VXD FLORIDA.
KHvVS OF THF TWO STATES TOLD
IN FAR '• IRAPHS.
A Dog at D."-cva--".' Proves a Great Sir
com 08 a Chicken Tender Houston a
Grand Jury Itrkea Over the County
Officers With r. Sharp Stick A Saw
I-tUI N<*r Brunswick Makes a New
Kaii! ;* greatly needixl for the oat crop in
The city 01 Atbons usos 125,000 gallons of
water per day.
It is rumored rhat a cotton compress will |
bo Brunswick's nest enterprise.
It is rumored that anot!i r tug boat will !
Soon be put or. Bnin>iwioi* waters.
Over SBOO worth of go* is was sold by one i
of Patterson’s busine**." house, in one” day j
The stockholder* of the Berry Variety
Work* have applied to Houston Superior
Court, for a shorter
From Jan. J, 18-56. to April 1, IS*?, the en
gine at t.he Home water works made 3,206.-
164 revolution*, end pumped 105,285,724 gal
lons of water.
Rain is Tory much needed in Houston
county. The earth is so dry t.liai seed re
cently planted have not germinated. The
growth of vegetation is very much retarded.
I/ast Friday morning n small hot named
Crawford, of Kingsville, had the misfortune
to have his arm caught in a machine and
mutilated so bad that amputation was necos
jwgk movement is now on foot to organize a
company to eetablish a large woolen
■l at Dalton. The capital stock will bo
Bui *OO,OOO, which is now being rapidly
Dalton broom fa, tory is tn w an nl.sr,
Ip certainty. as the requisite stock for its
has all been subscribed. Work
factory will begin at tlie earliest
Holman, the condemned mur-
Br of Matilda Oudger, in jail at Calhoun,
completely prostrated when he learned
Supreme Court decision, refusing t<>
Bit him anew trial.
5T- e time of holding Appling County Court
■ been changed from the first Monday to
■ first Friday in xoch month. By this ar-
the County Court and Ordinary's
■i;" will not conflict.
municipal election has just oecur
■£. The following goutlemeu were re
For Mayor, John H. Hodges; tor
F. S. Caber, J. W. Clark, T. M
C. H. Moore, A. B. Schilling and
H* large tract of woods near Buff's Chapel,
■>ut 5 miles from Perry on the Fort Val
■ road, wa* burned over last Suudav. It
wVuppoeed the fire originated near the mill
through oareles*ns of some negroes who
■Bd been fishing there Saturday night,
no damage was done furtlier
Bn the burning of the wood*.
Bf. J. Anderson, of Perry, was called to
■aski county last Thursday by a telegram
his brother, Robert S. Anderson, was
Bloui.y ill. He found his brother dead, he
lieen stricken with paralysis that
and lived only six hours afterward
K Anderson was first paralysed about
jp> years ago, and the stroke that killed him
the second one.
to the Spring Place TVme.i
county has the honor of having the
IKinal and only belled bussard This tin-
-is fowl was seen by several
jßet lately soaring in lofty grandeur
■&<l the highest jieak of the Cohuttah
B> The Aioes says that it has lieou all
the Uni toil States and now comas home
BX> W Hollow to die.
Lodge will be instituted jtt
1 1-2 Centi-aJ railroad, on
next It will be known as the
Turner lodge—named in liotior of the
Turner, Past Master of Solomon’s
No. 1, of Savannah. Fast Matter R
fg Smith, of Hi van. with J. P. Jones and
V Horning, will he on hand with a dis-
from the Grand Lodge to organize
3OO feet deep has been dug at
g|)> Legal Tender mines on Cohuttah mmin
Galenu or* and carbonate of silver
■ been found. The vein of galena is 2(X)
and th* carbonate of silver about
Pgf.v-t The two ores assay a good per
Mp. of metal. The veins are located
under the lofty peak known as Fort
whose blue outlines can U plainly
Doubler, of Dawson, lias a Shop
dog i liar drives his chickens up at night
sundown the dog begins lio ldimd*
the premises and never stojis until every
■P is driven up and is in the hen-house,
shown a cUspoailion not to retire
roosting place, the dog drives it in the
■Biouse and stands guard at the door until
PPJjhieken takes a perch on the roost, when
■Mill start out after others.
Hhbcton *Vmc Era: Dr. J. H. Bryan, of
Sflßbvisw won in town yesterday and was
m thuon pushed over a kind of wasp or
■WKlauber he had captured on the i-oad to
He showed it to a number of
■y<’d scientist*. and they oouki not tell
what it was. He will send it to the
Iwsfrssor of entomology at Washington, D.
EJhujtler thaadvice oi Hon. Henry Peiwous.
is a study of great possibilities
jjw* is no telling what may become of Dr
Ilgyat bell which swings in the spire
Font Baptist church in Dalton has
>ug of a history. It is the Oldest I mil
Mi. and was the first to awaken the
n the valley in which Dalton stands,
the war it was removed to Macon
iced iu th* First Baptist church of
y. After several veals’ duty there
finally taken track to Dalton. It is
;est boll in that place, and its mellow
au be hoard many miles away on
ovs of Centrevillc have got a good
Mr. Kvaus, of that place. He has
Id fever,” occasional by the discov
•ie precious metal in that ncighlior
it long since. Some of tlie Isos got
r about, a gallon of ramll pieces of
id scattered them promiscuously in
jacent stream. Evans found
ad put in three of the hardest (lavs'
’ his life in his new “find,” but “all's
3ld that glitters,” and ho has
: out to his utter disgust.
_JBpl Tuesday afternoon it was report**] in
that D. H. Culler's i-oßideiice, just
that town, was on fire, and then it wa-
A L Miller’s Imnae was tnunm-'
twenty men iinm-<,lintily went b,
w,mt oasistmice they could '11,,.
ftHt near the bouse.-, Mentioned wer. on
by earnest and effective work tit.-
kept off from the hutl.lings Alena
o'ti* of wood land w-e*,- linrnoi m.-r,
fence on the north side of Mr Mil
||HN> -hard wan eousumed. Some -.f in..
were also damaged by tin- tliv.
* Brne-ivillf* Democrat-. Judge j>„ K .i rr .
the (fi-HH-1 jury- shows that in ..even
criminal eaw have been dispos'd
< unity ('ourt, producing flues an
#4.452, kijo that lhex} ose of the
- iut, loaves net i:
•HUP. |Ws !::*" s:()fi p y ~-nti.ri
vetv Tills, .‘.art. an
MBWfc .ilaim.yi na net pro3t, a* too (H.4W of
jut. w0..1.1 nave itoeii llis t
■ The uiusxto;, to tbe n-iimv ni the i
pWf Court dapen.is solely t;
U> wi.nthe. th< sane business t
■ • dwpows! of m tho It,.fs-rtor ( .mi t
■u ”■> vutii than 1 *.;,**13
I‘ut-t/ini l .ft If. mael,on | j . |
MJ " .'^Y‘ r ,r 1 *’•• 1 'tivb.-s.vl tia
r—itda Owipanv V-m fe-t ,■,,;*
'lj " •’hi irtaniMi to WayqMae Tl-...
W ‘ * mill - aid . si ac-l ret-i
rnutwiij t nwvncf,* Toe iron
, w,| l "ni| ]s*l t. Cum >*/ I
ib. ifc* p-*! ,"-** of bb..**,4 o 1-tain
hit.ki-. * Bpw. is. ;
w - ' *l.l]' ■ ,u' of h I ..,
**J * *vnu. ihe &JT.
■Hhf, m now Ut an
:vl . •■* he sent to Cumberland, so the
!• "’ no - .\;*i cf b-tt i facilities this year
i‘. i)*' l '■/.. V> were yesterday shown
• Cap!. l>i ltd Jobuami a small lot of to
i . *1 inei by (.'apt. IV. ,f Tavlor, of Polk
■ i';.. It is ,*f n lieautifit) golden color,
crl is n-s line a leaf us any for smoking or
clewing purposes raised in Virginia.
M Crew-, the cigar manufacturer, sirs
licit it will nvtk" tile ixst, plug tobai*co m
th * world* and wherever such a quality can
grow ills*i an be grown the finest for "cigar
purposes, if Cuban wmA is olanted. Ho further
says that such tobacco will yield not less than
>GOO |a>r aei-e. Theru is always u ready
market for good tobacco. Out' farmein will
til'd it to their interest to givc the matter of
lobnci i raising r*me attention.
One of tlic tidiest housekeepers of Dawson
made a roast a few days ago that she did
not bargain for. This lady is very fond of
pets, and numbers among "them some play
ful cats. One of thesje. a few days ago, after
breakfast had been fluishctl finding tbe
oven of the stove a comfortable jilaee snug
ly ensconsed himself therein to take a nap.
Th** hour for prtmaring dinner having ar
rived, the lady went to the stove room,
closed the stove dooi-s and made a fire. She
then went out to attend to some outside
domestic mutter, leaving the stove to get
hot. Returning she proceeded to knead and
cook the bread. Imagine her shock, when
on opening the door to insert the bread, she
saw her favorite cut hail been roasted alive.
At Lutherville last Saturday a strange ne
gro appeared having two gold and one sil
ver watch. He remained ,Sunday, and it
was noticed that lie had a good deul of
money. He disappeared and nothing more
was thought of him. Thursday night VVil
liaih Dodds, Dr. J \V. Ballard and Mr. May
field, of Pucketts, took the negro back
under arrest, seeking information or identi
fication. He gives his name as Charlie
Blount and has given it as Charlie Harris.
He answers the description of Charlie Clark,
the Troup county murderer, being black,
weighing about 105 pounds and stutters
badly when excited, for whom a reward
of i'-.'s lis offered. He says he is from Bir
Thomson Journal: Our recent statement
of the singular effect of the great earth
quake lust summer in drying up the water
in Mr. J. B. Morris’ well has brought to
iiglit the facte of another remarkable phe
nomenon. Soon after the great earthquake
Eli Smith's wall, in the Brier creek neigh
borhood, began to uot in an unaccountable
manner. It didn’t go dry. but the water be
came of the consistency of kerosene oil, and
vos so outrageously offensive that it could
only be used in broken doses and with the
nose held out of the way. t’p* in investiga
tion the family gourd was found at the hot
tom of the well, filled with a suspicious
looking substance which resembled dyna
mite and stunk like fury, and which Dr.
Gibson promptly decided to be—soft soap.
Excitement has subsided.
In Gwinnett county last Wednesday night
Mrs. Camp, wife of James Camp, a stout,
healthy woman, died very suddenly under
peculiar circumstances. During the "day be
fore her death she had been washing, and
was apparently in as good health ns usual.
Alter fiiiishiug her day's work and attending
to her household affairs, slit' and her hus
band walked over to James M Head’s, on a
visit, and remained there until bed time,
when they returned home. They retired for
the night, and about 10 o’olook Airs. Camp
called her husband and complained of being
sick. He got up and struck a light, and see
ing that she was very sick oondudod to run
over to Mr. Head's and get sums assistance.
It is but a short distam*e between the two
houses, and he was goue only a few minutes,
but when he returned Ids wife wa* dead.
A husband was sitting in his store at
Marietta when a letter in a familiar hand
writing was handed to him. It was from
his wife, whom he had left at home that
morning with every assurance of affection
aud devotion. But the very first sentence
startled him, and as he read oil the most hor
rible suspicion seized him. “I urn forced to
tell you something that I know will trouble
you, but it is my duty to do so. lam deter
mined you shall know it, let, the result be
what it may. I have known for a week that
this trial was coming, but kept it to myself
until to-day. when it has reached a eriaisand
I can keep it no longer. You must not cen
sure me too handily, for you must reap the
reward as well as myself. I do hope it won’t
crush you. The flour is all out. Please
send tome this afternoon. I thought by this
method you would not forget it.”" She was
right, lie didn't.
At Macon Friday an old negro named
Simon was walking down Cantonment street,
East Macon, when he was suddenly stricken
with paralysis, and stagger.xl to "the arch
over a sewer well and sat down. A little
boy came along, and the old man beckoned
to him for assistance. The boy went to him
and the old man took hold of him and tried
to rise. He had lost the power of speech,
and could utter nothing but a sort of harsli
bark like a dog. This so frightened the hov
thut he broke away and ran for life. Old
Simon then fell backwards and want down
into the sewer head foremost. An excited
crowd quickly collected, and a man reached
down into the sewer and caught tho old fel
low by the foot, and after much trouble
drew him up. Physicians were called and
two responded, fte was removed to his
home a row blocks away and put to bad.
The doctors decided that he lmd suffered a
stroke of paralysis.
At Bainbridge Thursday Judy Isnvis
(colored) was arrested on a warrant sued out
by Post master Russell on a charge of lar
ceny. Some months ago a registeiwd letter
arrived there addressed to Judy Lewis. She
was notified of its arrival; went to the office.
was identified as Judy Lewis, and obtained
the letter. It contained S2O. The sender's
name was not signed to the letter, which
stated it was sent to mother. Judy was
looking for money from her daughter, but
did not know at the time where she hud
gone or was living. The woman, tielieving
it was hers, spent it. It was subsequently
claimed by a white woman of the same
name, who has a son in the T'nited States
army. It was demanded of her, hut lieing
very poor was unable to pay it, buck, hence
the arrest. She was brought before Judge
(Jaiupliell, of the County Court. The State
continued, and the court discharged the
woman upon her own recognizance.
It. K. Gould, of Like Helen, Fla., former
ly a resident of Saginaw, Mich., has pur
chased the Elam Johnson awl Pause res
laurant property on Decatur street, near
Peachtree, at Atlanta, paying jAj.uoo in
cash. His intention is to "tear nwav the
present buildings iuul erect oil the lot one of
the handsomest buildings in that eitv. It is
IMMsfifie that John Kifvcv, whose |m>ijM*rt v
adjoins, may decide to replace Ins present
building with anew and liandvmic struc
ture, in which event Mr. Gould and he may
unite their plans and build together. Sir.
Gould in connection with (.'. F. Van
dyke, of Minncii|HiUs. will open u 1 sinking
house at Atlanta as soon os a charter cut! la*
obtained, and it will eventually lx* located
Peachtree, at Atlanta, paying j0.j.000 iu
cash. His intention is to tear away the
present buildings and erect on (lie lot one of
flic handsomest buildings in that city. It is
jHissible that John Hilvcy, whose property
adjoins, may decide to replace Ins present
building with anew and handsome struc
ture, in which event Mr. CVmld nod he may
unite their plans and build together. Mr.
Gould iu (sinnection with F. \'an
dyke, of Mime iipiUs. wjl ojieu a 1 sinking
house at Atlanta us soon us a charter can lie
obtained, and it will eventually Is* locntisl
in the new building. Both goiitlenian are
men of large moans, and as they dosnv to
uwocMte thcnisolves wiili n co*h|muiv of At
laut i iv.pip.liit i, though taking tlui major
|*>rtioii of ih* stork thcttiselvos, th* l new in
stitution will Is' a very strong on**. The
capital stock will Ije IJniMXN) t,o start with.
\t Augustan horrf'nnd Muggy. which w.is
►UJ'|** il to have been stolon from li-ggi •
Ui'os . >vw returned Friday luornin;:, when
the nw*.>m tor Coiien's nip*nice wa-. ma.h*
known. Aisiutu week ago, N. t 'ohcti. a
dnuniinvr from Atlanta, arrived into n civ
anl outlined board at Mrs Ktcliiil M in
11c pH n |oy with Mias Hu,.t p.air,
diuii h*'T of the propi l(,<r*v.,, at |l . ,
Ills iific lion wa* n*tmu*”l by the yc
led)', nnd although Ik r | r cut- were \,iU, j-i*,’
< ppMc 1 to th* |(|t.'ll l!li". <|ls j>l**.l pi ril l
away rad i/uut). I'i.ev d-u.n ancd
upon Tli'ii'ivlu v morning. when ilkv
I-r * mod t'.e bu, ,• t'oia H.gpmiuddio.e
to J l**il'n.|l, Jt C., !*.ilty Hubs i, II l.; |,
ta, •■'bat e l bey uov iniiTlel Tie* < oujiii
that, atarid liaci i * Al:u i<.s and arrival
tk*i Thursday n . rciaa Tor in tin ■ t „p f,
thei'Ciaoipg<*ratrji, h‘ whVhti .-I i,„. i
ed for F vanrkib AA'i*tig nil’, isuvnu
sai ;.'l of tie* un*' m,. tluey wen oullc in
lUgnant i.nd Using rapWi VsyieJeHo to
hat • lb* court# but a* ow >. • M
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, APRIL 16, !87.
were preferred they of course were not in
terfered with by the authorities of the
The new saw mill at the eighteen-mile post
on the Hast Tennessee. Virginia and Georgia
railroad is doing a tremendous business nnd
l is,a big success in every way. The Bruns
wick .ldrer/isec says: ''Wedursday was an
important one in the history of the company.
They trh-d a knife corrugated in ahajie to
twhether it would manufacture u wrap-
I jiei for bottles like those of paper now in use,
the eontiiany having an immense eontract
i offered them. The scone was unexciting
one when the knit* commenced to move up
to a magnolia log. There was not a sound
heard but the rumbling of the ma
chinery, for everyone present, proprietors
and gu.f-ts. knew that o:i the action of that
knife much would depend. The suspense
on tic nroprji tors was fearful, in a moment
more the\ would know thoir fate. The
knife lias met the log, and soon the Ixiauti
ful corrugated wood, the thickness of blot
ting paper, commences to pour from the ma
chine. and is dragged away in long strips
out of the building. And just hero the
scene changes, lor in a moment all is wild
excitement and hats flv in the air and the
joy is universal.'’
The board of directors’ meeting of the
Oglethorpe Hotel Company was held at
Brunswick Monday, and all”the board were
present except Mr. Ulrnan. The secretary
and treasurer reported that only a smnil
proportion of the additional stock necessary
to complete the hotel nnd furnish the sonic
lias been subscribed for by all the other in
terests outside of Mr. Miljbank, and there
upon the following resolution was adopted:
Zi'.seb ed, Thnt a canvass be made bv this
board to ascertain how mnnv and how much
of an issue of *60,000 of thirty years bonds,
baling (i per cent, interest with the
first two years coupons clipped, cau be
sold at par. This resolution in in accordance
with the fourth resolution adopted at the
annual meeting held last March, authorizing
the board of directors to issue bonds in order
to complete and furnish the hotel These
Imils are to lie secured by a first mortgage
on all the property of the company, anil are
to l>e redeemed at any time withiu ten years
from date of issue at a premium of 1(55 on
the 100, and at any time after ten years
from dat e of issue at 110 oo the 100. ‘ The
bonds are to he subserilxjd for upon the some
terms and conditions as the subscription to
the stock of the company.
At Talbotton among the criminal cases
tried this week was the State vs. Frank
Dickerson, charged with the crime of biga
my. The evidence of his guilt was conclu
sive. The only extenuating feature of his
case was that about twenty six years ago,
only a few months after he bad married liis
first wife, he made known to her that he was
dissatisfied with the alliance and lie and his
then wife agreed to submit the question of a
divorce to arbitration. The arbitrators were
chosen and sworn, and after hearing evidence
decreed that lie lie divorced as prayed for.
His second marriage was solemnized in
IASS at the court house in
Talbotton, by which act a minor
offense was ended. The divorce of the arbi
trators was binding and legal, so thought
the jury who tried him, for they returned a
verdict of acquittal. When the verdict
was brought into court and read by the So
licitor General, “55'e, the jury, find the
prisoner not guilty,” the Judge was so as
tound'd that he apprehended the Solicitor
had misread the verdict and he requested
hun to read it again. “We the jury, find
the prisoner not guiltv,” slowly lead the
Solicitor. The learned Judge's brow con
tracted, and he said: “A man can marry as
many times as he pleases—have as many
wives as he wants. When he gets tired of
living with one he can submit the question
of divorce to arbitration, be tried by this
jury and acquitted.”
The grand jury of Houston county has
just stirred up tlie county officials with a
sharp stick. They say, among other things:
“Your jury is also of the opinion that the
expenditure of *4.000 or *.5,000 for the re
cent jail improvements was a wanton waste
of the peopled money, and not warrant
ed by any recommendation of
the previous jury. * * *
lu examining the books of the Sheriff we
find ho has, in several cases, charged the
county for dieting prisoners for a greater
number of days than tho prisoners were in
his custody, and also for charging an unlaw
ful price for carrying prisoners to and from
the county. We have had Mr. Colyer be
fore us, and he admits the errors, blit Says,
under oath, they were unintentional. In
the discharge of our duty we cannot ap
prove of his course, but, taking a charitable
view of the matter, have deemed it inexpe
dient to make special presentment against
him. * * * \\ e have examined the
books of the County Commissioners, and
we iu-e sorry to say that they exhibit many
instances of extravagance in the purchase
of various articles, in which we see higher
nricos charged and paid than articles could
nave lieen purchased for at other stores.
We find that very high prices have lieen
paid for work done, for hauling pile driver,
and various other tilings brought to our at
tention. Responsible parties have come lie
fore o\q- body who state that they are and
have been willing to do tlie work for one
half the prices paid County Commissioners
themselves for hauling this pile driver.
55 e find that the Oommissi<mers
have approved and paid accounts rendered
by the sheriff anil county bailiff, -for
mileage in carrying prisoners, largely in ex
cess of what is Hut'll (crises lby law. All
these matters have been brought to the at
tention of the Commissioners, who have
boon before us. and we have impressed
upon them, and do so now in this manner,
the importance of conducting the affairs of
the county in alike manner as they would
their ow n affairs. Tlio Commissioners lull
ing admitted their ignorance of law and
negligence mid promised amendment for
th" future, wo leave the matter in this shape.
We ri'eoniinend that the bailiff for County
( ourt be elected bv the |ieople, at the time
and for the term that the sheriff is, and that
h" lx* required tfi give a solvent and sutfl
cent h'Miit. We me requested to ask that
our Senator and Representatives use their in
fluence to have a law enacted so that the
Slat". I nun the hire of penitentiary oon
viets from this county, shall jiny the insol
vent .sKt.s of'the cifticei's in those cases, mid
iki ei hei>i: mid that the < *unity Judge have
the power to prorate the tines and forfeit
ures arising from eases transferred from
the Superior Court, on the costs of all the
officeix, on nil the transferred crises.”
Another brick block is on the tapis at Or
Ruin is much needad just now in Leon
Diiylomi contemplates purchasing two
ehemii'ul Urc engines.
Sheriff Andersiiii has twenty Isianlers in
the i lirnige isiunty jail.
Oviedo's orange crop for lssf.s is esti
nmted at one third of lust year's yield.
A lillinliei' of the tailored citizens of Or
l.iudo are taking stejw to organize a flrecom
The Japan plum trees about Tallahusms*
mu heavily la*lt*n with fruit, which will soon
b. i i|..
It will U* but a short while liefore Orlando
will he supplied with water from the *'itv
Ml ili" si'ho. ib of lie Lind are now closed
*|'t ihe aeruleniy, Tl*ir term ends in
idwillt liiree W'S'lts.
’ A* Fruitlatid Park vegetables are looking
H'l ■ \||.V I ling*"* are still Is'llig shipped
t i Wort is in mnrkeis.
I’"it 1 dth p's for(*'ifiln w:is at Ovie*!o
tj I.* wccl. and pi iitiouiic'sJ tlv offi.-** to he in
n very good is.nditi >u.
Mi • ■ ile deliM i•> 1 uKtineat Fruitliunl
I'm., last M slay evening Wldraiorlng to
orgUIIUU a i liuri'll lyeeuiu.
At K'srC'ity Joseph Bowertrgui bus Jutt
i s >n llll**ll —-1 anew sail boat Arte isoxiN*ct*d
t i (s' one ni tlie (n lest lamia on the river.
Oviedo utm Joying alive building bonne
Vntt* a imiiit*r of mv me in rjro'saaanf
■ "atutrucMoti, and more will a sal tie ami
11. t*taut lavi*ru"ut (kmi|*<i) has pur i
crtaMl a lot an MMtori. and . i m . ,
p tal there for the use of the employes of the
c inipany, .
Oranges cost only a cent apiece at De-
Land. Strawberries are s°llmg for 20c. and
25c. jior ffliart. 0,1. Cudrington is selling
delicious Japan plums from hi trees.
J. E. Arnot, of Orlando, who took the
contract to remove the Methodist church at
Oviedo, bus begun operations and expects to
have the building in its new quarters in a
An exchange says that they charge pv.
for a drink of buttermilk at Key M est, but
as a sort of offset thev thug the customers
four dozen oranges and tell them to send a
dray after the bananas.
George E. Many lets sold his orange grove
lot. consisting of "one mid a half acres, situ
ated on the corner of South and Hughey
st rcetx, at Orlando, to Thomas Newton, of
Clifford, Iml., lor $5,000.
Capt. Howard launched his little steam-
Isiat at I’alatka Wednesday, which lie has
been building for several weeks on the bank
of the river along River street. This is the
first boat launched in that city for a number
The Island Homo Company, which owns
three islands of 120 acres, near Point Pinel
las on the Gulf coast, bid a business meet
ing in Orlando Wednesday with the view of
taking steps in regard to building a hotel on
thoir property. These islands are said to lie
delightful places on which to spend the
Thursday, at the residence of the bride's
parents, in" Springfield, a suburb of Jackson
ville, Henry K. Clark, business manager of
the A'reiu'uf/ Herabl. was married to Miss
Susie I. Thomson, the Rev. AT. H. Dodge, of
the Newuan street Presbyterian church, of
ficiating. They left for the North yesterday
on an extended bridal tour.
At Jacksonville clandestine meetings be
tween J. N. Dye. a driver "ii the Pine street
railway, and Miss Fannie J. Smith, aged 15
years, who lived with her parents on the
Mencrief road in Springfield, terminated
last Tuesdav in the couple eloping. As soon
as Mrs. Smith learned of the runaway mar
riage she proceeded to prosecute the two, ns
her daughter was not of age. Warrants
were procured, and Thursday morning tho
two were placed under arrest.
A horrible accident happened to a little
daughter of Mrs. Charles Dean at the rail
rtad crossing near the schoolhouse at Elia
ville Wednesday, which will deprive her of
one leg aud one hand, if not of life itself.
Bueki & Sons’log train was backing by the
school house, when the * luid tried to cross
the track directly in front of the moving
cars. She was knocked down and had one
leg and one hand crushed. The accident oc
curred before the eyes of her little school
A freight train on the Florida Railway
and Navigation ran over and killed a
man last Thursday night near Lake
Lafayette, in Leon county. Investigation
proved the man to be Levi Thomas, a col
ored lunatic, who escaped from tlie asylum
not long since. When he was first discov
ered around Tallahassee lit* appeared so
nearly of sound mind that no effort was
made to return him to the asylum until
recently, when he was found to he
growing* worse, and an attempt was made
last Sunday to capture him, hut failed.
A litHi* difficulty occurred at Gainesville
about I,o'clock Wednesday morning, after
the count of the votes was completed. Air.
Pinkerson made some unpleasant remark
about W. L. Jackson which lie overheard,
and Jaekaou shipped his face, when Pinker
son struck at Jackson with a knife, hitting
him on the left side, making quite a wound.
Mr. Jackson was f|ot aware of the cut for
some minutes,' wheu he found blood on his
clothes. He went to Ht rceper’s store, and
Dr. Phillips was sent for and dressed the
wound. A warrant was sworn out for the
arrest, of PinkcMOti by Air. Jackson and
placed in the hands V>f the Sheriff, but was
not served until Wednesday.
The libel suit Of tlie Brunswick Towing
Company against tbe Clyde line terminate*!
at Jacksonville Thursday by a compromise
in which the Clyde Company paid over to
the Towipgr Company Qio Spin of $1,700 and
all costs and exfpedses. l Tin* suit has been
pending for some time. Last winter the
steamship Delaware, of the Clyde liue, be
came disabled off the Georgia coast. lietweeu
Tvbee and Femandina. Two of the fleet of
tugs of the Brunswick Towing Company
went to her. assistance and towed tlie dis
abled steamer to Femandina. The Bruns
wick company charged regular salvage
rates, which is one-half a vessel s value.
When the hill was presented the Messrs.
Clyde, owner* of the Delaware, refused to
pay. The Brunswick company then libeled
the steamer for *3,500 pn the Clyde com
pany’s den reiver The case tossed" about in
the courts from tint time to this. Wednes
day a compromise was effected and Thurs
day all claims., costs and expenses were paid.
EiisilrnnessttVirpiiatV' Georgia R. R.
The Quickest and Shortest Line
Savannah & Atlanta.
( 'OMMKNCINfi March 18, 18sr, the following
V Schedule w,II he In effort:
S. K &W. Depot. Express Express.
Lv ('harlaston . 3:15 a m 3:30 pin
Ar Savannah .0:41 am 7:00 p n
Lv Savannah 7:06 am 3:45 p m 1 ;30 p m
Ar Jestlp 8:42 aiu 11:26 p m 3:30 p m
Lv Jesup .. . 1:45 am 336 p ni
Ar Brunswick 6:46s n: 5:HS pm
Lv Jesup 10:30am l:19m .........
A r Eastman .... 1:48 pm 4:49 am
Ar Cochran 2:30 pin 5:40 am
Ar Hawkinsville . 3:30 pm 13:00noon
Lv HnwkinsviUe 10: ir, a m lV,j. m
Ar Macon .... 4:00 pm 7:15n m .... ....
Lv Macon 4:05 pm 7:30 a m
Ar Atlanta 7:46 pm 10:50 a m
Lv Atlanta 10:80 pm i :00 pm 77777177
Ar Rome 1:45 aiu 4 :iX) pni
Ar Dalton 3:16 am 5:37 pm
\r Chattanouga 5:00 am 7:00 pm
Lv rbultanoogft 0:30 ain 0:15 p m ~..... ..
Ar Knoxville I:sopm 1:10am
Ar Prist. i] 7:35 pm 5:45 am
Ai- Hoanoke 2:15 am 12:45 pm
Ar Natural Bridge. 3:54 a m 2:23 pm
Ar Wayueslairo. 6:3o nut 4:2>iptu
Ar Luray 7:50 a 111 6:13 pm
ArShenandoM'ii 10:53 am 0:35 pm
\r Hugersto-vii I] .:<h p m 10:80 pin
Ar Harrisburg 3:80 pm I:3oam
Ar Philadelphia 6:50 pin 1:45 am
Ar New York 0:36 p m Ton ain
T. Hagerstown 18:50noon .77* ..77777
Ar Baltimore 8:45 pm
Ar Philadelphia 7:40 pm
Ar New Yoik 10:35 pm
In it.smoke 2 20 a in 18:30 noon
Ar Lynchburg 4:30 ani 2:30 pm
ArMasblngton 12:tiieia 0:40 p m
Ar Baltimore 1:27 p m 11:25 pm
Ar Pbiladelphift. 3:47 pin 3:noam
Ar New York fl.-Aipm 0:2>l a til
Lv Lynchburg 6:lsam 3:05 pm . T
Ar Hiu-kvilla 0:30 am 5:37 pm
A:- Petersburg 11:10 ain 7:15 pm . .77
Ar Norfolk 3-35 p iu loot) p m
Via Memphis and Charleston H r.
I.v (Jhattuuonga 0:25 am 7:|iipm
Ai Memphis 0:16 pm 6:10 u in
Ai Lillie R*K-k 18:.Vi p in
Via K ft F S. and t, R ;•
l.v Memphis ... up gj „
Ar Kansas City N gnxni
Via ( in So li v
l.v ( hatraniM>ga k:4oam f lOpni
Ar Louisville 6:15 p ft) 6:80a ni
Arl‘lie-lf.rall T cai j in 6:50 ain
Ar < In go ip.V) ain htAp ni
Ar M l.ouis 7:43 in 64" p m
I'itl 1 in*iii sleeper* I,*VS na follows. Jesup u<
J 1.3 a m t -i t'u miiatl. •Ilernatliig will, sf„>,n
U-.'id '.i Allisiiiaat K 19pm and I un p m f,, r
L.i.'.nasfl alPenatlr.g with Mann Bou-t.-ir 1
V "f L l . o' *" l *"’. ' I'II ("I .JOOII
|f*n* ,vil* ~ l-sklj IDuua at 7:16 n m foi W*i
',:s'v ’ •?. Ljr'fbkburf, Quitan-'-.g i*t w 1.3 pui
' ' . ;oienoivlixih vflVv; Cliatf*
n * '"r "irt-hniiou na Ijm-li
i * n '“.‘,3 *' ’ I'fji m for Kjii.m < up;
wtdJat* "‘p n'f.'r i 4 U - r< * <i ' M " k
II W H (4 |*. a t A,
i* <l, *LUa t i7. 4., *.*'r* n “*' Trn " i
OCEAN rallP CIIPM
New York, Boslon and Philadelphia.
PASSAGE TO MEW VORK.
CABIN 20 no
EXCURSION 32 no
STEERAGE 10 00
PASSAGE TO BOSTON.
CABIN $2O 00
EXCURSION 32 00
STEERAGE 10 00
PASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA.
(via New York).
CABIN $22 00
EXCURSION 35 00
STEERAGE 12 00
r pHE magnificent steamships of these lines
1 are appointed to sail as follows—standard
TO NEW YORK.
CITY’ OF AUGUSTA, Capt. .1. W. Catharine.
SUNDAY', April IT, 2 p. M.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. F. Kempton, TUESDAY',
April 19, at 3:30 p. a.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. W. H. Fisher, FRIDAY’,
April 2-i, at 5:80 p. si.
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H. C. Daggett,
SUNDAY’, April 24, at 6 A. M.
GATE CITY. Capt. D. Hedge, THURSDAY’,
April 21, at 5 p. si.
MERRIMACK, Capt. F. Crowell, THURSDAY,
April 28, at 9 A. St.
[for FREIGHT ONLY-1
JUNIATA, Capt. S. L. Askins, SATURDAY,
April 16, at 1 p. si.
DESSOUG. Capt. N. F. Howes, SATURDAY’,
April 23, at 6 p. si.
Through bills of lading given to Eastern and
Northwestern points and to poits of the United
Kingdom and the Continent.
For freight or passage apply to
C. G. ANDfiRSON, Agent,
City Exchange Building.
Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Com'y.
CABIN $l5 00
SECOND CABIN 12 00
EXCURSION 25 00
r r , HE STEAMSHIPS of this Company are np--
I. pointed to sail from Savannah for Balti
more as follows—city time:
WM. CRANE. Capt. Billups, SATURDAY",
April 16, at 2 p. m.
JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt. Foster, THURSDAY,
April 21, at 5 p. m.
WM. CRANE. Capt. Billpps, TUESDAY, April
26, at 9 A. M.
JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt. Foster. MONDAY",
May 2, at 2 p. M.
And from Baltimore on the days above named
at 3 p. m.
Through bills lading given to all points West,
all the manufacturing towns in New England,
and to ports of the United Kingdom and the
JAS. B. WEST & CO., Agents.
Sea Island Route.
Capt. M. P. USINA,
\\" ILL LEAVE Savannah from wharf foot of
’ • Lincoln street for DOBOY - . DARIEN
BRUNSWK K and FERN ANDINA. every TUES
DAY and FRIDAY" at 6 p. M.. city time, con
necting at Savannah with New Y’oi-k. Phiiad"!
phia. Boston and Baltimore steamers, at Fer
nandinn with rail for Jacksonville and all points
in Florida, and at Brunswick with steamer for
Freight received to within half hour of boat's
Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival
will be at risk of consignee.
Tickets on wharf and boat
C. WILLIAMS. Agent.
For Augusta and Way Landings.
STEAM EH K ATI E,
Capt. J. 8. BEVILL,
\\’H.l, leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at in
’ ’ "'clock a. m. (city time for Augusta amt
All freights payable by shippers.
SEMI -WEEKLY LINE
FOR COHEN'S BLUFF
AND WAY LANDINGS.
'T'HK steamer ITHKL. ('apt W. T. Giuhon
I will leave torn here MONDAY** mid TIIT'RS
DAYS ut 11 o'clock r M Returning, arrive
WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS at H o'clock
l*. si. For information. etc . apply to
W T. OIBAo.V. Manager.
Wlinrf foot of Drayton Blivet.
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE.
Tampn, Iw*v Havana,
TUI V KKKI.v
wornr b<h m
Lv Turn lift Tut" . Thur* aud Sal p. m
Ar Key W***! W* 1 Frldny uml Sun. 11. in.
Ar Haraim Thnt*> Snf hml Mimday a m
IA Hi vi< tin Thur* s*i an I Mon noon
I,v KVv \Vit TUiiim S*t in ! \|>n p. m.
Ar Tampa Flidnv, Hnti aud Tum p m
rv,rint tiiik m Trmpa with HV*t India Taut
Trin U* aiil from Nurllxirn nn I Ka*l< m ritt**
For irrafroofi, **ciiiiuio<iAtt'ii* Apply u> (!ity
Tt*kH Ofto* N, | . A W Hd , .Mi'limitivlllf. nr
Afßil I’lant Ip J.int*, Ttttitf a
C. L> OwESh, Trfflr HfuiAA*r
H H M AIN KM, <i* •n**flnl Miinpir
; CENTRAL RAILROAD'
Savannah. Ga.. Dec IP. 1886
( AN and after this date passenger trains will
/ run as Daily unless marked t, which are
I Daily except Sunday.
The Staudard time by which these trains run
is 38 minutes slower than Savannah city time.
Lv Savannah 10:00 am 8:20 pm 5:40 pm
Ar Millen 12:35 p m 11:03 pm 8:45 pm
Ar Augusta 4:45 pm 6:15 am
Ar Macon 4:50 pm 8:20 am
Ar Atlanta 9:+lpm 7:30 am
Ar Columbus 0:50 a m 3:02 p m
Ar Montgomery... 7:09 p m
Ar Enfaula 3:50 p m
Ar Albany 10:08 p m 10:50 a m
I‘assengers for Sylvama. Sandersrille.Wrights
ville. Milledgoville and Eatonton should take
10:00 a in train.
Passengers for Thomaston, Carrollton, Perry,
Fort Gaines, Talbotton, Buena Vista, Blakely
and Clayton should take 8:20 p m train.
Lv Millen. 12:55 p m 11:15 p m 5:10 a m
Lv Augusta 10:30 a m 9:30 p m
Lv Macon 9:50 a m 10:60 p m
Lv Atlanta 6:35 am 6:50 pm
Lv Columbus. ..10:20 pm 11:15 ain
Lv Montgomery... 7:lspm 7:4oam
Lv Eufaula 10:49 a m
Lv Albany 4:50 am 3:57 pm
Ar Savannah 5:00 pin 5:55 am 8:05 am
Sleeping cars on all night passenger trains
lietween Savannah and Augusta. Savannah and
Macon. Savannah and Atlanta, Macon and
Train leaving at 8:20 p m and arriving at 5:55
a m will not stop to put otT or take on passen
gers between Savannah and Millen.
Connections at Savannah with Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway for all jKiints in
Tickets for all points and sleeping car berths
on sale at city office, No. 20 Bull street, and
depot office 30 minutes before departure of each
train. G. A WHITEHEAD,
General Passenger Agent.
J. C. SHAW, Ticket Agent.
Charleston k Savannah Railway Cos.
CtONNECTIOX made at Savannah with Savan
- nnh,, Florida and Western Railway.
Trains leave and arrive at Savannah by stand
ard time (90th meridian), which is 30 minutes
slower Clip: city time.
4.5* 39+ 43* 47*
Lv Sav'h. 12:15 p m 1:00 p m 7:10 a m 8:23 pm
Ar Aug'sta 1:45 pm
Ar Beauf't 6:10 p m 11:00am
Ar Al’dale .7:40 pm 11:20am
Ar Cha’ston 1:45 p in 6:Bopm 12:55 p m 1:25 am
31* 12* 40*
Lv Cha'ston 8:00am .3 30pm3:45am
Lv Aug'ta 9:2oam
Lv Al'anle . 5:40 am 11:45 am..,
Lv P. Royal. 7:4.5 am 12:30 pm
Lv Beauf t. 8:00 am 12:45 pm .
Ar Sav'h— 11:20am 7:oopnf>:4l am
*Daily between Savannah and Charleston.
Train No, 47 makes no connection with Port
Royal and Augusi a Railway, and stops only at
Ridgeland. Green Pond and Ravenel Train
45 stops only at Y'emassee and Green Pond,
and connec's for Beaufort and Port Royal daily,
and for Allendale daily, except Sunday. Trains
42 and 43 connect from and for Beaufort and
Port Royal daily, except Sunday.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations and all
other information, apply to William Bren,
Special Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, and at
Charleston and Savannah Railway ticket office,
at Savannah, Florida and Western Railway
depot. C. S. GADSDEN, Supt.
Nov. 14. 1886.
South Florida. Railroad.
Central Standard Time.
ON and after SUNDAY", March 20, 1887, trains
will arrive and leave as follows:
‘Daily. +Daily except Sundays. IDaily ex
Leave Sanford for
Tampa and way
stations *'10:30 a m and ** 4:40 p ill
Arrive at Tampa —*j 3:40 p m and * r 8:50 p m
Returning leave Tam
pa at *t 9:30 a m and ** 8:00 p m
Arrive at Sanford * 2:3opm and *T 1:150am
Leave Sanford for Kissimmee and
way stations at +5:00 pm
Arrive at Kissimmee at t 7:00 p m
Returning leave Kissimmee + 0:25 ft m
Arrive at Sanford t 8:20 a in
* Steamboat Express.
*TWest India Fast Mail Train.
Lv Bartow Junction. 11:25 am, 2:10 and 7:15 p m
Ar Bartow 12:25, 3:10 and 8:15 p m
Returning Lv Bar
tow' 9:50 am, 12:50 and 5:30 p m
Ar Bartow Junction 10:50 am, 1:40 and 6:30 p m
PEMBERTON" FERRY" BRANCH.
Operatejftn- the South Florida Railroad.
‘Leave Bartow for Pemberton Ferry
and way stations at 7:15 am
Arrive at Pemberton Ferry at 0:45 a m
‘Returning leave Pemberton Ferry at.. 5:25 p m
Arrive at Bartow at 8:25 p in
tLoare Pemberton Ferry 7:00 a m
Arrive Bartow H:35 p in
tLeave Bartow 1:10 p m
Arrive Pemberton Ferry 5:15 pm
SANFORD AND INDIAN" RIVER R. R.
Leave Sanford for Isiko
Charm and way sta
tions +10:15 a m and 5:10 pm
Arrives Isike Charm— 11:45 a m and 6:40 p m
Leave Lake Charm 6:00 a m and 12:30 p m
Arrives at Sanford 7:40 a m and 2:10 p m
Connects at Sanford with the Sanford and
Indian River Railroad for Oviedo and points on
Lake Jesup, with the People's Line and Deßary
Baya Merchants' Line of steamers, and J. T. and
K. W. Rv. for Jacksonville and al! intermediate
points on the St. John's river, and with steamers
for Indian river and the Upper St. John's.
At Kissimmee with steamers for Forts Myers
and Basslngerand points on Kissimmee river.
At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
Railway for all points North and West, and at
Bartow with the Florida Southern Railway for
Fort Meade and points South.
Conneets at Tampa with steamer Margaret''
for Palma Sola, Braidentown. Palmetto. Mana
tee and all points on Hillsborough and Tamm
Also, with the elegant mail steamships "Mas
cotfe 1 and "Whitney." of the Plant Steamship
Cos., for Key West and Havana
Through tickets sold at all .egular stations to
points North. East and West.
Euggago checked through.
Passengers for Havana can leave Sanford nn
Limited West India Fast Mail train at 4:40 p m
(stopping only at Orlando, Kissimmee. Bartow
Junction. I.a:.eland and Plant City!. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, connecting same even
ing with s' "inner at Tampa.
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
NEW STANDARD GAUGE ROUTE
ATLANTIC COAST AT NEW SMYRNA.
Bine Spring. Orange Cily and Atlantic Railroad
DOUHLK UsYII.Y BEHVICE.
IJASSKNGKRS will ohservp the following
I schedule, daily, except Sunday, m effect
MARCH IT, IWS7:
Lv Savannah via K. F. urul W. By Y:0*1 a m
Lv Jacksonville via J,T.AK. W. Rv 18:80 p tn
Ar 1 1 range City Junction .pot) p |,,
Ar i (range Citv 4:i:> i> m
Ar Lake Helen 4:80 p in
Ar New Smyrna h:i,s p m
At New Smyrna moke direct connection with
boots for Daytona and pninta on llalifux aud
I tills borough rivers
Lv New Smyrna y *,-, A ni
Lv Lake Helen 8,-40 a ln
Lv Orange City 9:00 am
ArorangeCov Junction D iOa in
Ar Jaoknonvluc 1:0 p m
Ar Savannah Ms L,,
At Orange coy Junction make connection,
for ail |H.|ut north: f..r Enterprise, Titusville
and all (>alnt on lndiuu river. also for Sanford,
"rlaiido and all |sunt 111 South Florida At
Blur Spring oomii’s’tlon made wit it steamer, on
St Jolm'a river
The limiting and fishing of this seel ion 1, mi
rivaled, while the atirf Isithli.g opposite New
Smyrna ia im*ur|iased by any point mi ilie
Florid* . .set 8 H CARTER Gen Sunt.
W A IIAW KINS, (Jen F awl I■ Agent
IVIAIIL I '.rx..TTirr,:v.v
saofyr *• -•
Savannah. Florida k WpsiernFlaiiwav,
M o„ * cm*
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DECTrtTnvw
1886 Passenger trains on this mad
aady as follows: u w al ng,
WEST INDIA FAST MAIL
am Lv Savannah ... Ar few w
-10:00 am Lv Waycross . 'r v i;?? 4
12:30 pm Lv lacksonrille. Lv
4:40 pm Lv Sanford .. Lv V-^ 4m
8:50 pmAr Tampa "Lv 6-m m
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE. Pw
Tuos, Timrs, i T .i. . „
Sat pnif Lv -■ • Tampa.... A- Jrt, Sim
Wod Fri ) ' Aues. n ln
Sun ’... pmf Ar. Key West..Lv .*Thur.Sat
Thnrs, Sat, I . JP n ■■■ Pin
Mon am[ Ar " ' Ha ' - ana... Lv ■ “'urn-.&&,
Pullman bulfet cars to and from New vJ!
and Tampa *°U
NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
7:00 am Lv Savannah \ r -w „
8:42 am Lv Jesup. ... , r o ; ik r m
9:34 ain Lv Blackshear.. " Ar vP B 1
9:50 a 111 Ar WaycroH... . j.v k
11:26 am Ar Callahan tTJ.i.c
--12:00 noon Ar Jacksonville... Lv giv.£ m
7:ooam Lv Jacksonville Ar - : v£ m
7::wa,n Lv... ...Callahan "'"a?
10:15am Lv Waycross Ar i in-,,,
11:00am Lv Homerville Lv )'! '
11:15am Lv Dupont Lv ain i , r,i
12:01 pni Lv Valdosta !lv i%Vf
12:34 p m Lv Quitman Lv o-osE 4
I:22pm Ar ... Thomasville . .Lv LtipljJ
8:85 pm Ar Bainbridge Lv 11:25 a~ta
4:o4pm Ar Chattahoochee. . .Lv p ,
3:12 p m Ar... .. .Albany..~... ITiIOCU^
Pulimnn buffet cars to and from Jacksonviik
and New York, to and from Jacksonville
New Orleans via Pensacola.
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
1:80pm Lv Savannah Ar 11 :55am
3:20 pin Lv :.. Jesup Lv J0:*l ara
4:Blpm Lv Blackshear Lv 9-34 am
Ar .Waycross .. Uy
6:57 p 111 Ar ... .Callahan .... Lv7:3J„„,
, ::*5 p m Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:00 a m
s:oopm Lv Jacksonville Ar 8.55 am
6:41 pjn Callahan Ar 8:11 & m
7:58 pm Lv Waycross Ar 5:57 am
B:4spm Lv Homerville Lv S uian,
9:OO P m m- ... Dupont . Lv
3:2opm Lv .Lake City Ar 10:18 a a
8:55 p m Lv Gainesville Ar 10-08 am
7:30 pm Lv Live Oak Ar 6:4oam
9:10 p m Lv Dupont Ar i-STa m
10:01pm Lv Valdosta Lv 4:05 am
10:84 p m Lv ..Quitman Lv 3:35 am
11:25 pm Ar Thomasville I,v 2:soam
12:50am Ar Camilla Lv 1:.59a „
. I:6sam Ar Albany Lv 12:60sis
Pulimnn buffet cars to and from Jacksonrilli
and Louisville via Thomasville. Album-, Mon-,
gomerv and Nashville.
Pullman sleeping cars to and from Trabue anf
Savannah via Gainesville.
8:45 pm Lv Savannah Ar 6 10 a a
11:25 P W Lv lesup Lv 3:20 a a
1:30 am Ar Waycross Lv 11:80 pi£
5:25 a m Ar Callahan Lv 9:05 pii
6:15 am Ar lacksonrille Lv 8:15 pug
B:l6pm Lv Jacksonville Ar 6:lsam
9:05 p m Lv Callahan Ar s:2sani
2:06a tu Lv Waycross Aril 20pm
3:20a mAr Dupont Lv 10:430p ,
6: 10a mAr Live Oak Lv - 7:80 i-m
10:05 am Ar ... Gainesville.. Lv 3:ssptu
10:15 am Ar _ Lake City LvYaOptu
3:45 a m Lv Dupont Ar 9:3spni
5:27 am Lv Valdosta I.v 8:50 piq
6:10 a m Lv Quitman Lv 7:55 p m
7:15 a m Ar Thoinasville Lv 7:00 pn,
11:40 ain Ar Albany Lv 4:oopm
Stops at all regular stations. Pullman buffet
sleeping cars to and from Thomasville arm
Washington, and Savannah and Jacksonville,
and to and from Jacksonrille and Nashville via
Thomasville and Montgomery. Pullman buffet
cars and Mann boudoir buffet cars via IVaycrosa,
Albany and Macon, and via Waycross Jesup ang
Macon, between Jacksonville and CincinnatU(
Also, through passenger coaches between Jack
sonville und Chattanooga.
6:15 a m Lv Waycross Ar 7:00 pnt
7:88a m Lv Dupont ... Lv 5:26pm
S:37amLv A'aldosta Lv 4:!spnj
9:15 am Lv Quitman. ...Lv 3:3oprai
10:25a m Ar Thomasville Lv 2:lspia
Stops at all regular and flag stations.
8:45 p m Lv Savannah Ar 3 .30 a m
6:lopm Ar Jesup Lv s:2sanf
Stops at ail regular and flag stations.
At Savannah for Charleston at 7:10 am. an
rive Augusta via Y'emassee at 1:45 pan. 12 lS
pi in and 8:83 p m; for Augusta and Atlanta al
8:30 a m and 8:20 p in; with steamships for Newt
York Monday. Wednesday and Friday: for Bosl
ton Thursday: for Baltimore every flfth day
At JESUP for Brunswick at 1:45 am ejeepf
Sundays and 3:30 p in; for Macon 1:15 a u|
and ](L80 a m.
At WAYCROSS for Brunswick at 3:15 a mani
5:05 p m.
At CALLAHAN" for Feruandina at 8:00 atn
and 2:47 p m; for Waldo, Cedar Key, Ocala, etc.,
at 11:30 a m.
At LIVE OAK for Madison, Tallahassee, etc.,
at 11:08 a m and T :4‘, n m.
At GAINESVILLE for Ocala. Tavares. Pam>
lierton s Ferry. Brooksviile and Tampa at 10:80 *
m; for Cedar Key at 8:30 p m.
At ALBANY" for Atlanta. Macon. Menu
gomery, Mobile, New Orleans, Nashville, etc.
At CHATTAHOOCHEE for Pensacola. Mobiia
New Orleans at 4:14 p m: with People's Lin*
steamers advertising to leave for Apalacbicria
at 5:00 p m Sunday and CVednesday
Tickets sold and sleeping car berths secured al
BREN'S Ticket Office, and at the Pasaeagaf
WM. P. HARDEE, Gen. Pass. Agent
R, G. FLEMING, Superintendent.
Jacksonville,Tampa and Key West Ry*
Quickest and Best Route for all points in Fieri
da south of Jacksonville
SCHEDULE in effect February 9th. 1881 Mail
O line trains use S., F. and W. Railway stattol
in Jacksonville, making direct connection witi
all trains from Savannah, the North ana >'esi
No transfer. ,
going south! ~
stations. Mail Pailv t 4
Pass. Dally- Sanford.
Lv Savannah .. 8:43 pm 7:o<iam ohJj'lJ
Lv Jacksonville . 9:o)am 19:99pm fv’PJ
Ar Paintka 10:90*ra 2:lspm .0- P3
YrDeLand. l:-pra 4:16 pm 7:WP
Ar Sanford 1:46 pm 4:90 pm
Ar Titusville 8:05 p in
Ar Orlando 6:iJ4pni ••• *
Ar Barlow 9:oopin
Ar Tampa 0:80 pm
Leavi* jacksonvillt* (Bt. Augustine Division)
9:06 am, 1:00 p in. I:U0 p ru. iaint 4
Arrive St. Auxusline <St. Augustine D* vW °^
10 00 am, 880 p m, 6:00 p n
GOING NORTH. Leave Tamr* 8:00 M
(Cuban mail) and 9:gn a tn; Orlando U:(> “‘*“9
7:85 am and I:2M p m; Sanford 1:15 a nl ;.,'i3
111 and U:4'| p in. Arrive Palatkn 4:15 and n ]
m. s:#) pm: Jacksonville :90 am, b- J l -.' .7
pm. connecting for nil points North atm j
Leave St Augustine 8:80 am. I* oo
pm. Arrive Jacksonville 10:tW a ni. 1
18:80 P ni (‘uluti mall train ißonlhi has thr™‘?
Pullman sleeper from New 4 ork t" T*™l ■ t|n)
connecta with ateamers for Key h „
Havana Tuesday. Thursday and satnrda' n a
sum p m Cuban mail train i N'lrtliwur.ii n .
man sleetwr through to Witshington
of ears lie! ween Jacksonville and Bn,.
Dlris‘l connections with Florida F*™ . ,
wav at Palatk.i for Gainesville. ‘‘.f.., p,ve3
burg, and with St. John-
Ralusind for Daytona. At ritusv 111
er Rockledge for all points on Indian ti'ei
L C. DF.MING. lien. Ticket Agem.
M. R MORAN. Gen Snpi
Si 111 IIIUN KAlld' A';
City & Suburban R’y
Havassah. O* . April
/\N and aftet rtATI KDAV. 9* "*■. t! J
* f lowing schedule will l)e otiser
Hiitnirliaii Line: ——
t liVI II M I Vli ***** lanVr* o*
citv. In T —■
io a a j ftM.2 1
r m 9:00 r M in* 1 CM D p
pi m i'M Ml I r *
A trsui leave, citv every MaanUr ***** ,
*Tlds tram *dl 'rvinlMod lHtr atLf j