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NEWS OF THE TWO STATES TOLD
Lightning- Stuns a Telegraph Operator
at Amerlcus and Knocks Down Three
Horses—Ex-Postmaster Sturgis, of
Columbu3, Given a Place in the Office
at Birmingham—Property Damaged
by Wind in Floyd County.
In Warren county cotton planting has
been delayed very much by the dry weather.
Rev. William M. Crumley, one of the
oldest and most respecto-l oilizens of At
lanta, died at the residence of liis son. 4!H
Whitehall street, at 8:30 o’clock Sunday
Thadeus C. Sturgis has been appointed as
sistant postmaster at Birmingham, Ala. Mr.
Sturgis was for a number of years con
nected with tlie Columbus post office, and
for a while as postmaster.
Mr. Foley, the contractor who made the
tunnel through the Pine mountain for the
Georgia Midland, has been awarded the
contract for grading the ground for the new
Central railroad compress at Columbus, and
Will begin the work at once.
A few miles from Rome a shaft for coal is
being sunk by Mr. Durr for Messrs. Knox
& Flowers, of that city. These gentlemen
are of the opinion that coal in an exhaust
less quantity exists at the place, and it is
stated that in a short while it will lie
During the rain at Americus Saturday
morning lightning struck the telegraph
wires, and Operator Turner, who was send
ing a message at the time, received a con
siderable shock. Tho force was so great
that a portion of the brass switch that
governs the wires was melted. The current
then followed the wires to the depot where
the. end of one of them enters the ground,
and knocked down three horses that were
standing near by, being attracted doubtless
by the steel shoes which they wore. Tho
horses were not injured, but were terribly
frightened by the shock.
The wind which accompanied the Friday
night’s rain storm did considerable damage
in Floyd county in the way of blowing down
fencing, barns, etc. The barns on the Dr.
J. B. 8. Holmes place, in East Rome, and
the Bobo place, about four miles from Rome,
were the only houses that have, been blown
down in the vicinity of Rome. Along the
l iver no damage has been reported, though
the storm seemed to have been the heaviest
about Kirk's grove. Cave Spring suffered
more than any other place. The barns of
A. T. Harper, T. N. Stephens and D. S.
Gradoff were blown down. Mrs. Montgom
ery’s house was unroofed; the top of Slaj.
Dent’s gin house was blown off, and D. \v.
Simpson’s carriage house went down. Be
sides this, the storm destroyed a vast deal of
timber on both sides of the town, laid fences
to a level and killed some cattle.
The Home Building and Loud Association
achieved a victory Saturday in the Superior
Court at Atlanta. The case was heard in
chambers before Judge Marshall J. Clarke,
The details of the case of this association
against Van Pelt have already been given.
A few weeks ago, it will be recalled, the
case was tried in the Superior Court before
a jury. It was claimed by the defendant
that, the association had violated the usury
law by exacting of its members a higher rate
of interest than is allowed by la w. The jury
gave a verdict for the defendant, anid
the attorneys for the association made a ih.,
tion for anew trial. This motion was ar
gued Saturday liefore Judge Cla After
nearing elaborate argument?; on both sides
Judge Clarke decided tb grant the motion.
In announcing bis decision the Judge stated
pthat lie believed the Building and Loan As
ittons 1 . 11„, right to enter in special
contracts with their members, charging
what ripe 8 of interest is customary with
such associations. This decision may tie re
-gaiVJed as a victory for the association.
There arrived at Macon Sunday from
Troy, Ala., a family on their way to Mil
ledgeville. The mother is a sister of A. J.
Kent, of Baldwin comity. She married a
man who had killed her brother in South
.Carolina, and who went under the name of
Mrty. They were married about seven
Bears ago and moved to Alabama. Three
Bhildren were born, the youngest being four
Bponths ago. The mother's mind liecame
Bffocted 1W carrying the secret which Day
Imparted to her, and when Day moved to
■arm near Troy two weeks ago and
Began work by the month, she divulged it.
S)n Thursday last Day walked out in the
Ptroods and disappeared, leaving a note ank-
Big the neighbors to sell what. was left and
Bend his family to Milledgeville. The poor
wife hud become insane, and wanted to give
away her children, and this new grief caused
her to become a maniac. There was not $5
worth of furniture left, and the community
raised money enough to scud her and the
three small children to Milledgeville, in
charge of two men of tho neighborhood.
Day nas not been heard from.
A man giving his name as M. C. Fleming
and his residence as Tampa, Fla., com
plained to the police of Atlanta Sunday
morning that he had been robbed of $lO.
Fleming has been in Atlanta for several
days, and, according to his own story, put
in the greater part of Saturday in testing
that city’s prohibitory laws. Sunday morn
ing he awoke up in the room of a' woman
named Bellair at the Cannon house, and,
upon counting his money, found that he
■vras S4O short. He accused the woman of
stealing it, but she denied having seen any
thing of tho money or knowing anything
about it. The police went to her
room, and after some search found the miss
ing money hidden away under the carpet.
Both Fleming and the woman, who gives
her name as Mi’s. C. D. Bellair, and says heir
husband is in Chattanooga, were taken to
the station. A charge of fornication was
made against Fleming, and charges of lar
ceny, fornication and adultery against the
woman. Fleming was released on <IUO iiail.
Later in the day Mrs. Bellair was allowed
to go on her own recognizance, and It is
saiu that she left for Chattanooga early Sun
Nevcnan /fere ld and Advertiser: During
the high wind which prevailed last Monday
morning, about 100 feet of the trestle com
prising the western approach to the Savan
nah, Griffin and Norto Alubama railroad
bridge across the Chattahoochee river blew
down and was completely wrecked. A
week or ten days wilt elapse before the
structure can be rebuilt, and transfers of
mail aud pa=seugcrs arc now effected by
means of a Hat. Freight traffic beyond the
river is suspended. The loss aggregates
•bout $2,000. Those who have wited tho
wreck say tho debris furnishes very striking
evidence that the timbers must liavo been
in a hopele .' state of decay some time bo
tore the accident occurred, and it is believed
bv some that the structure collapsed from
slic?r frailty rather than from the - ITcrtss of
the Wed. Oiu- circumstance mentloUMl iu
support of Inis theory is that the limbers
fell In the heap; whereas,* if the (flnu-tur*
had lioen unsettled by the force of tho wind
the tlnils'tv would have fallen broadside.
If this !>c true, a thorough inspection of the
bridge should be made nr ore to proveut
what might prove, umler loss providential
ui eumstmiei s, u aerimu,diMiHter.
A ntimticv of years ago Sam •Ineksim, a
■On of K h. .laclisoii, of ralnii'tto. married
Mi Sal lie Ward, a daugiityr of, M. 1L Ward,
cf l-'ayetti) county Matters w ent on well
and t in-' afterward niovvxl to Muntgotnery.
Ain , where they lived fur a mm; tiff Mr.
Jui'ksmi was kill**! in a iriilroad aeeiileut.,
and In two or Uireu ilujn afterward Mis.
J' learn died mo, nil'll they left two
rhildri”, -a little lioy and u little girl Tile
lguiiil|jiiri nU on tlie father’s side, Mr. mid
* K. I JmkMiii, took the
hoy. which wm tlie nMest i j
nml the grand isueatrt on the
,Mr and Mr. M
took the aide ,t|,;iiL.
I In i
tor her 1 1 .f .til. ( M.
b-'k r.eU end del AVui and lien
■■■P* to w u<lot toil u: J Ucdy u 4
by her grandfather and his second wife, and
they kept getting worse and worse. About
two weeks ago the girl’s other grandfather,
E. I-. Jackson, received a letter from some
kind hearted person signing himself “a
friend to the poor little girl,” telling him
for humanity's sake to go and get the poor
little girl and take her home with him, or
try to get her in the orphan’s home if he was
not. a hie to care for her; that she was not
half clothed or fed. On the next day Mr.
Jackson received from the same person,
another letter, still begging him to go and
get the little girl, that Ward had nearly
beaten her to death that mo tiling, and that
the writer did not tliink she could survive
the treatment much longer. Her feet and
legs were badly frost bitten and sore from
exposure. One of the neighbor’s went to
Ward’* house the other day and found the
little girl lying out tn the woods asleep.
She said she was not allowed to stay about
the other children, and that, she was not al
lowed to oat at the same table, but had to
wait till the others were through and
then only got to eat, what the
others had left. Tt is said that the other
children slept on the little girl's dead
mother's own bod, and that she was required
to sleep on th'* floor with just one or two old
pieces of covering, and that she would cry
from the severe cold. As soon as Mr. Jack
son received the letters he went after the
girl and took her home. Ward and his
wife not, objivting much to be rid of her.
The little girl, about 10 years old. is with E.
L. Jackson. Ward lives near Brooks’ sta
tion. in Fayette county. Mr. Jackson said
when he got, there that the little girl was
almost destitute of clothing, and seemed to
bo half starved nnd scared to death almost.
The report that the site for the new gov
ernment building at Jacksonville had been
decided on w as entirely erroneous.
Petitions are hieing circulated over Orange
county praying for the creation of a Court
of Criminal Record, as provided for in ar
ticle ft, section 34 of the constitution.
Tho business of the Southern Express
office in St. Augustine during December.
January, February and March shows an in
crease over tho preceding year of S4,tiU7 till.
Plans for the reconstruction of tho First
National Bank building at St. Augustine
were submitted to the Common Council
Tuesday evening and accepted. Work on
that edifice will begin at once.
Oapt. Rose has sent orders to put in ftftO
acres of rice at St. Cloud. After this crop
is harvested the land will lie put into sugar
cane, nnd by the time it is ready to harvest
Capt. Rose ex|>erts his sugar mill will lie
ready to transform the cane into sugar and
Fernandina Mirror: The Savannah
News appeared last Thursday in an entirely
new outfit, looking as bright and clean as a
new ffve-dollar gold piece. This old repre
sentative of the press has all the vigor and
vitality of youth, retaining its prestige as
one or the leading dailies, not only of tho
South, but of the United States.
Relic hunters on the site of the St. Augus
tine hotel have been rewarded with many
curious mementoes of the great fire,although
little of intrinsic worth lias yet been found.
A few gold and silver coins, some melted
jewelry, and a few worthless watches with
works welded in compact, mass, have been
picked up by those authorized to rake the
ruins. A considerable quantity of badly
damaged silverware—such as knives, forks
and spoons—comprise the bulk of discoveries
*\t a public meeting held at tho opera
1 ‘ use at St. Augustine on Friday evening,
attended by many citizens, tho Bishop and
reverend fat hers, it was decided to rebuild the
old cathedral, retaining the present walls
and constructing a large addition, with
wings across the rear. Committees will be
announced by the Bishop to solicit subscrip
tions m St. Augustine, where it is expected
the liveliest, interest will be manifested in
the restoration of this time-honored edifice.
The proposed enlargement will be built
across the rear, giving to the ground plan
the appearance of a cross. The architect
left for New York on Thursday on impor
tant business concerning the reconstruction
of this ancient edifice.
St. Augustine Weekly. That was au ani
mated scene iu front of the Council chamber
and lock-up on Monday when tho supposed
firebugs were lod into town by mounted
horsemen and arraigned before his honor
the Mayor. Hundreds of men, women and
children thronged Hospital street to witness
the expected “hanging,” for public senti
ment had Irvn wrought up to such a pitch
that had sufficient evidence of guilt been
produced against the prisoners, the star
eyed goddess would have been avenged on
the spot liy the authority of Justice Lynch.
It transpired, however, that the captured
“ttretiugs” wereonly vagabond tramps, anti
thus the perpetration of an outrage almost
a-s bad as that or arson or incendiarism was
happily averted. At this writing the fever
heat has subsided, aud the old town has re
sumed its normal condition, save the habit
that many have formed of sleeping with one
eye ojs-n mid a small arsenal Within easy
reach in every bedroom in the city. Woe to
the unhappy man who attempts to apply
the firebrand now if caught in the iicmflsli
In the thunder storm which prevailed at
Pensacola Saturday morning, the flag staff
in front of J. L. Borros’ premises, corner of
Government and Baylen streets, was struck
near the top by a thunderbolt, the fluid
S through and down the must in a semi
manner, burying itself in the ground.
Cong strips of wood, taken out as, on a
smaller scale, a boy would shave a stick ho
might have been whittling, lay upon the
ground near at hand. Mr. Boms hod but
recently put the mast up, and
lie 'is in doubt now ns to whether it
has acted as a lightning rod and saved his
house, or whether its height proved an at
traction that would not have lieen afforded
in the more lowly constructed dwelling.
The concussion from a sharp clap in the
same storm shivered into atoms a pane of
glass 2flxH3 inches in Mr. Josteph Simpson's
residence on the hill. In the same storm
the lightning struck the midships flag staff
of the tug Mary Wittieh, which was at the
time two miles outside the sea buoy, break
ing the head of that must, going tlieno6 into
the pilot house, passing close to Capt.
Fauna, who was at the wheel, and bound
ing on to the wheel rope, went down on
deck into the flreroorn window and out the
door. Not n soul was injured, although the
fluid passed close to every person onboard.
Tlie residence of William Williams on the
bench, in the western pari of the city, was
also struck bv a bolt, which roamed nrouml
promiscuously through the building, knock
ing down plastering, pictures, niumul nrna
nieutM, et"., and )unify scorching the parlor
lookingghiss. No one was in tno least in
jured, alt hough every room was occupied
107 YEARS OLD.
An Eventful Buolnoaa Career.
Not many houses i:i tuiy line cf business
in this country cun show a business career
extending over a century. Tho drug 11 in
of Hazard, Hazard A Cos. is our of halt
down notable examples in this city.
Its business was c-btlili lied in 17*0.
aud since I s '.: I members of ti e Hazard
family liavo. Ikhiu piinnlnfi.t in its
m uing.'iiici.t. Thu Arm's netn- l:us jr..;
Is'cn clmngcii fr.nu Caswell, i! ■ .•••.! A i'o.,
bill the .puiuum and muna 'Ui eit re-
Jnain tlm s.iuie as for y< are pa-u Thctm :
ness career of tin- linn has Uvii iiiurki.l by
intognty iu the treutiinmt of •ai >m nu l
i'iNlM‘i|llri|t pi’iujsrit.v Tin imp two
plii'ais of liasipe..i in this city, tun at the
coriler of flftsli uvetlUO ;uul Tureid/, lourth
r 1 , iilnl 1 1 tiler ut the i . : : ;.
menu" and Thirty -ninth rtnsi. At I ,th
pla jeaa syuteiu of cln ks and envii oi is la
vogue in Us* tnn|ViuiHliii/ oi inco- iption*,
tfoo from error as lioiiurMiiviMiii.f;. c.ui i|r
vh *, TUspecial inepitrutions .c if linn
111 lllidicliui Mini u.jlcl ic'ic'io, MS well la*
tlieir Hue of auitkk-Hl Ills' rum n. s, a;-..
kune a all oyes’ ibe isniatry 'lt high
uutiito jk\ ui 4vi I . ‘Li Uniat , April M, J
TTTF, MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, APRIL 26. !87.
BROWN’S IRON HITTERS.
Hi m BACK
Lt<tv strain or fold attack* tliat weak bark
end nearly prostrates you.
Bl Jf J 1
& u BEST TONIC
Strengthens the Muscles,
Steadies the Nerves,
Enriches the BJood, Gives New Vigor.
Dn J. L. Mykks. Fairfield. lowa. Bays:
" Brown’s iron Bitters is tile best Don Tne.iw .no t
have known in ray 30 years’ practice 1 have lonuij is
specially beneficial in nervous or physical exhaust ion,
and in ail debilitating ailments that boar so heavily
on the system. Use it freely in my own family.
Mu w. V BEOWS. 657 Main St.. Covington Ky a
says: I was completely broken down in health ana
troubled with pains in my back. Brown Don
bitters entirely restored me to health.
Genuine lias above Trade Mark and crossed rod line#
on wrapper. Tnhe no other. Made only by
BiittVi N * HUMIC A L CO., H AL'tiMOUi.. MU.
1 ill I it 1 lll^
Ealaria, Dumb Chills
''ever and Ague, Win<
lolic, Bilious Attacks
nCj iirwlnce regular, natural era.
i lolls, not er gripe or ill turf ere wit
lily business. A* family medicine
icy should tic in every liouseltoiil.
MM I ¥ VSOORj3W
rl praclke*, may be perfectly re
QjM H Rniiifl by the new trnioin
jnmo-u.. ,aj.-m ■ l .i_ L ui.,ni <***• I l*l-*rln. Send ‘.Ot
our new illußtTafed “fluid? to
Health.Abtviluto secrecy. Aditrass the
Medical Miuic. Zb li'anhuu St.. N. V
Ready for Use Dry, No Mixing Required
STICKS to’ the vines and finishes the whole
crop of POTATO BUCK with one applica
tion: also, kills any Cutvulio and the Cotton
and Tobacco Worm,
This is the only safe wny*.o us? a Strong Poi
son; none of the Poison'is in a clear state, but
thoroughly combined by patent process and
machinery, with material to help the very fine
powder to stick to the vines and entice the bugs
to eat it, and is also a fertilizer.
One Pound will go as far as Ten Pounds of
Plaster and Paris Green as mixed by the farm
ers, is therefore cheaper and saves trouble and
danger of mixing anti using the green, which, it
is needless to say, is dangerous to handle.
Cheaper than any other mixture used for the
Guaranteed more effective than any other
mixture sold for the purpose.
FOB S.VI.K BY
AI7ILL BE OFFERED at public outcry, if not
▼ 7 previously disposed oi at private sale. be
fore flic Court flou.se, on TUESDAY, May *kl, at
11 o'clock a. ai. :
Lot and improvement* No. 1 Warren ward,
row used as a cotton warehouse, having large
Uit and improvements No. 5 Second tything,
Reynolds ward, being a desirable stand fora
wholeaale grocery or other large business, with
an unusually line cellar, and having ample room
for commercial offices in the upper stones.
TzOt and improvements Wharf Lot No. 8, east
of Bull street and west of the Savannah Rice.
Mill, 160 ioet front, more or le.vs, ou the river
and extending back to the line of Bay street.
Tkrms --One third cash, one-third in one year,
one third in two* year-, with legal interest from
date of sale, payable semi-annually, or ali cash,
at the option of parties buying.
Deferred payments to he secured by mortgage
on the premises.
Purchasers will pay for conveyancing and
title*. Bids and papers subject tonpproval of
the executors. OFORGE L. COPE,
Executor* Estate Edward Padelford.
CITY COURT SHERIFF'S SALK.
r T NDF.R and by virtue of a 11. fa. issued out of
.j the City Court of Savannah, in i avor of
JOHN B. GORDON. Governor of the State of
Georgia, against JULIUS KAUFMANN and
HENRY WETHBRIIORN, smvtks of Noah
(’amp. and levied by William IV Bailey, late
ShernT ot said court, on all that lot of land on
Tybec Island, in said county ot Chatham, known
by the number thirty <#<) in the plan of lots laid
oi.it on the seu front of said island by John R.
To bean. Surveyor of tlie county aforesaid, for
John Screveu and Thomas F. and George P.
Screven, having a front toward the sea beach ot
eighty ißh) feet, more <r les*. and a depth of two
hundred uiUOi fee;. more or bourn led toward
the north by a loi < f laud known as number
twenty-nine the jiroperty of the Tybee Jm
pro\*'meiC ( •■mpunv: toward the east' by what
is kuo\M os (he "Strand.” v/hfeh rurn* ti<ith 17
(legs, east toward the south, by a at wcL called
Filth ;iwt; toward the went bv a str**.-: called
Main sLvc'. ns ilescillxHi iu a deed from John
Screven m al. to Joaeph B. Reedy. Ixjaringdatc
the day of .luiy, U.D, and i\**ordod in couii
tv records <f said county iu Book i\.s. folio l*'.i
and lkL lgcther with all the Improvemonth
lhei7on. I will offer said prop(.*rty at public out
cry before t lie ('oint Hoit*e door of Chatham
county, at the city of Savannah, for snJe on the
l ILST TUESDAY IN MAY, 1887. during the
legal liotuv. *.f sale, toKitisfy said 11. fa. Terms
cash. Property pointed out by piaintlfT's nttor
licy. j.. t,(X^pwiN,
SherifT tMly Court of Savannah.
( U \ riLVM SUE RIF rs HAI4:.
1 T NDER and by \iituc of a mortg&ae fl. fa.,
w issued .u i of Chatham HorierioiM'otirt Iu
f.'ioi'uf Charles H (dm.tc.nl L Coinpnuv \
Mirebnm Stiefiall, i lune levied liUOlit ie led
hv. itig deMcfi.nui nrnjHVl v • *f tie* d.’ti'tsdni •:
All ihMl i -effti 1 tr.i. ; of land situate ill tic
r agtith dlsinci *f' Chatham county, Georgia.
e.ulauiiiig lil eejj huudnnl g..maliaci’os. more or
• mi*i Btio*vn a • Gum Bwuinp plHiitMtlon;
al l l.oid boiunt lon the unrlli by Little (ip*i*.
• " tlv • *l, tj.,* son.h lands of shefuiil,
• mf by l.iu is of Abraham ami hsl, t<y
lands * j' I lit*nun and 1 JollM.iv. tieinjr fhe laud on
tahi tract of laud in toU ! coiunv aud Mint*' oil
thi ng.*#N'hee . ;rul couUlhdiig live lumdivd
iv ir.s io*re or lims. end iMm.d<M! on the
' Ml ei uee river, oil fpe i,y I4OIIU of
•b Uas* r and Kli#didi, uuU iu Uu ri b>
lands of TmojijiNovi and !>.* ki r*ou
tad I ’lilt offer the htoiil shove deal'llls*J
i:. f wxtxj:'z
ult v sa rtmah. ou Go EUihr T* IN
bi*•* Jf halhaui von . Gtvighi
• LEGAL SALES.
CHATHAM' BFIERIFF’S SALE FOR STATE
AND COUNTY TAXES Full J HE YEAR lSijG.
TENDER and by virtue of sundry tax fl. fas.
J for the year ItsSfi, issued by the Tax Col
lector of Chatham county in favongff the sita e
of Georgia and against the following named
persons and the property hereinafter described,
and said tax It. fas. turned over to me for col
lection, I have levied upon the property of each
of said defendants, and 1 will offer the same lor
sale at public outcry before the Court House of
Chatham conn tv. in the city of Savauna.tr on
the FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, 188*. during tho
legal hours of sale, to satisly said tax f;. fas.
Terms cash, purchasers paring for titles.
.id HN T. RONAN.
Sheriff Chatham County, Georgia.
Alexander & Sons. W. E.- Three hundred and
fifty (350) acres of land on Bear Island, Chatham
Bell, William—Eastern half of lot number
thirty-four (34) Mercer ward, city of Savannah.
Cockshutt. Davit Western half of lot num
ber fourteen (14 1 Troup ward and improvements,
city of Savannah. ,
Constantine. Sarah 1.. F.ight (8) acres of land,
with improvements, at White Bluff, Chatham
Laßoche, I. D.. Trustee Lot number twenty
five <25 1 North Oglethorpe ward, and five-four
teenths (5*14 1 of lot number thirty one (31) North
Oglethorpe ward, with improvements on said
lots, city of Savannah.
I.ufburrow, Est. 5). Lot number thirty-two
Columbia ward, with improvements, city of Sa
Melutire, F.st James—Lot number two (Si,
Charlton ward, and improvements, city of Sa
Sack. Anna 31. One hundred and sixty (100)
acres, three miles on Waters road, Chatham
Sack, Henry 31. Agent- One hundred and
sixty i 180) acres of laud on the Waters road,
Chatham county. Ga.
Schley, children of John—Lot number thirty
six Jackson ward, and improvements, city of
Shealock & Cos,. John—Lots of iand known as
numbers 28. 27 . 28 and 29, Middle Oglethorpe
wiird. city of Savannah.
Thompson, children of F.. 31.—Lot number
four Monterey ward and improvements, city of
Übele. Christian, trustee—Southern half of lot
number twenty-four Berrien ward and improve
ments, city of Savannah.
McDonald, Peter One hundred and sixty
acres of land near number one and a half Cen
tral railroad, Chatham county.
Small, Charles P. Part of lotnumber thirteen
tVvlly ward and improvements, city of Savan
Wilson, Anaise Lot number two Berrien ward,
Barbour, Joseph H. One hundred and forty
(140) acres of land about six miles from Savan
nah. on the S.. K. A W. R'y.
Foreman, estate T. .)!.—Lot of land number
(32) thirty-two Atlantic ward, city of Savannah.
PHYSICIANS AND DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND IT.
Adams, Isaac—lmprovement* on lot (No. 81)
number thirty-one .Middle Oglethorpe ward,
city of Savannah.
Houston. Margaret (.’.—Lot number twenty
two Darts ward and improvements, city of Sa
Jlartin, William -Half part of lot number sev
enteen Screven ward, and improvements, city of
Miraut. Francis A I*ot. number twenty-six
Davis ward, and improvements, city of Savan
Parsons, Alice- Improvements on lot No. 24
(number twenty-four Weed ward, and improve
ments. city of Savannah.
Steele, Gertrude Middle one-fourth ()4> of lot
number fourteen North Oglethorpe ward, and
improvements, city of Savannah.
Ward. Mary J.—Lot number six Berrien ward,
and improvements, city of Savannah.
Washington, Henson—Ten acres of land at
Monteita station, Chatham county.
Whaley, Hot tie— Two-thirds Ga) of lot number
twelve, Trustee's garden and improvements.
JOHN T. KONAN.
Sheriff C. Cos.
NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
U’NITEt) STATES OF AMERICA, Eastern
Division of the Southern District of Geor
gia- In Admiralty.
Whereas, a libel in rem has been filed on the
22d day of April instant, in the District
Court of the United States for the Southern
District of Georgia, by the United States of
America against tbe steamboat "Pope Gatlin.’'
her engines, boilers, machinery,'tackle, apparel
and furniture, now lying at Savannah, in the
said district, and against all persons lawfully in
tervening for their Interests therein, in a cause
of seizure, civil and maritime, for reasons and
causes in the said libel mentioned, and praying
the usual process and monition in that behalf to
he made; and that all persons claiming any in
terest therein may bo cited to appear and
answer the premises; and that the said steam
boat “Pope Gatlin,’’ her engines, boilers, ma
chinery, tackle, apparel and furniture may be
condemned and sold to pay the demands of the
And, whereas, a warrant l if arrest has been
issued on the said 22d day of April, under the
seal of the said court, commanding me to at
tach the said steamboat, her engines, boilers,
machinery, tackle, apparel and furniture, and
to'give dne notice to all persons claiming the
same, to appear and answer and make claim
Now, therefore, I do hereby give public notice
to all persons claiming the said steamboat
“Pope Catlin," her engines, boilers, machinery,
tackle, apparel and furniture, or in any manner
interested therein, that they be and appear at
the Clerk's office of the District Court of the
United States for the Southern District of Geor
gia, in the city of Savannah, on SATURDAY,
the 7th day or May next. A. 1). 1887. at 9 oYlock
in the forenoon of that day. then arid there to
interpose rheir claims and to make their aliega
-1 ions in that behalf.
Dated at Sava;mah, Georgia, this 2dd day of
April, A. 1). 188 V.
Unite.] States Marshal, District of Georgia.
DuPONT GUERRY, United States Attorney,
: *l*ool *jr ti'V i Jbelant.
t iTv Mar-shal s Office,
Pavannah. April y.‘kl. 18H7. \
r I^HE City Treasurer bus placed in my hands
I Real Estate Executions for 188(5, Privy Vault
Executions for 1 Bns, istock in Trade aud other
personal property executhins for 188(5, and .Spe
cific or License Tax Executions for 1887, com
manding me to make money on said writs
by levy ami sale of fhe defendants’ propcity or
by other laNvful means. I hereby notify nil per
sons in default that the tax and revenue ordi
nance will be proinptly enforced if jiayuient is
not made at my omce without deln.'.
Office hours from 11 a. m. to U p. m.
ROBT. J. WADE.
/ l EORUIA, Chatham ConNTW—Notice is
* T hereby given to all ihtsous having de
mands against DAVID BAILEY, deceased, to
present them to me properly made out within
the time prescrilxvi hv law. so as to show their
character and amount; and all persons indebted
to said deceased ure hereby requfn?d to make
immodiato payment to me.
Arnu.-I, ISB7. \\*M. P. BAILEY.
Administrator Estate David Bailey, deceased
/ GEORGIA. Chatham Cointv.—Notice* is
" I he iv by given to ail pci-sons having de
mands against COHEN, deceased, to
present thorn to me projwrly made out within
the lime pix'scribcd by law, as to show their
character and amount: and all [>ersons indebted
l) said deceased arc hcrel% icqum and to make
imnuMliate payment i“ nut.
April 4. iwr. A. s. COHEN,
Administrator Fstole Marcus Coheti, deceased.
(GEORGIA. Chatham Cocnty. Notice Is
% hereby give* i all persons havii..; ilr
in a mis agtunsi DiEpKICH W. HENKES, ?•*-
ceowed. ku itresent th-'tii to me projxriy made
out within the tini** prescribed by law. s<* an to
show then- clinraeler and aiuoiait; and al! per
sons indebted to sai'l deceas'd ure hereby re
(|uned t> inakc imiiiediat" iMiymeut to me.
ApitlL J. 1887 (! ESC HE IIENKEN,
Administrator Ke*ate D. \V. I!*nkeu, deceased.
( EOntil.V. (fi.vvilAw Cointy. Notice is
I hereby given i- ell p-rsons having de
mands agai.i t AIJTIJ’D I\ hMITII. deci*aHo|,
to present ti ** .i to to" projHTly nuide out within
the time prcHcribsl by law. so as to show their
i har.i Lcr and anioe.nt; and all ponton* inleliled
to sold d<-*'cas*'d are hftrhy required to make
Immediate pnvtupiit Ui me.
An n I. I is; WILLIAM CLIITON,
Administ r'll or 17stoteof A. B Smith, deceased.
EDWARD LOVELL k SHYS,
15.’i Brought on, a id BIS 1 lUHtate Stov Li,
- LF.ALiItt. |J - -
Cotton Hom, Ked/ie Filter*,
Hose Hoeli Ice Crem Churn*
r’ vin ■ 4 Sprey Not/let, flyting Muliuie*
iU^U:‘^ LY ***• “
OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
New York, Boston and Philadelphia.
PASSAGE TO NEW YORK.
EXCURSION 33 00
PASSAGE TO BOSTON.
CABIN $2O 00
EXCURSION 33 00
PASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA.
(via New York).
CABIN $2B 00
EXCURSION 35 00
STEERAGE W 00
'TIIE magnificent steamships of those lines
1 are appointed to sail as follows- standard
TO NEW YORK.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. J. W. Catharine,
TUESDAY', April 26, 7:30 p. M.
NACOOCHEE. Capt. F. Kempton, FRIDAY',
April 39, at 10 A. M.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. W. H, Fisher, SUNDAY,
May 1, at 13 M.
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H. C. Daggett,
TUESDAY, May 0, at 2:30 p. si.
MERRIMACK, Capt. Crowell, THURSDAY,
April 38, at 9 A. M.
GATE CITY', Capt. D. Hedge, THURSDAY,
May 8, 4 p. u.
[for freight only.]
JUNIATA, Capt. S. L. Askins, SATURDAY,
April 30, at 11 a. m.
PESSOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes, SATURDAY,
May 7, at 6 p. m.
Through hills of lading given to Eastern and
Northwestern point* and to ports of the United
Kingdom and the Continent.
For freight or passage apply to
C. G. ANDERSON, Agent,
City Exchange Building.
Merchants’ and Miners' Transportation Com')’.
CABIN $l5 00
SECOND CABIN 12 00
EXCURSION 35 00
r pHE STEAMSHIPS of this Company are ap
-1 pointed to sail from Savannah tor Balti
more as follows—city time:
WTiT. CRANE, Capt. Billups, TUESDAY, AprU
36, at 8 p. k.
JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt. Foster, MONDAY,
.May 2, at 2 p. m.
WM. CRANE. Capt. Billups, SATURDAY,
May 7, at 0 p. m.
JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt. Foster, THURSDAY,
May 12, at 12 is.
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,
114 Bay street.
Sea Isil an and Ro u te.
Capt. M. P. USINA,
\\/TLL LEAVE Savannah from wltarf foot of
It Lincoln street for DOBOY, DARIEN,
BRUNSWICK and FERNANDiNA, every TUES
DAY ar.d FRIDAY at (! p. m., city time, con
necting at Savannah with New York, Philadel
phia. Boston and Baltimore steamers, tit Fer
naiidliia 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 alter arrival
will be tit risk of consignee.
Tickets on wharf and boat.
C. WILLIAMS, Agent.
For Augusta and Way Landings.
' I'eFp*-4sfslatii r ’•Yn-ItL'''. 4
STKA M K l i K ATI E,
Capt. .1. R. BEVILL,
\\l ILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 10
* * o'clock a. it. city tiinei for Augusta and
All freights payable by shippers
FOR COHEN’S BLUFF
AND WAY LANDINGS.
r pHE steamer ETHEL, Capt. W. T. Gilwov
I wdl lo.we for above MONDAYS and THINS
DAYS nl 6 o'clock p it. Returning. arrive
WHn.N I'.ADA VS anti SATURI 'ASS at, S uYhgjk
p. m. For iiiformation. etc., apply to
W. T. i.lliHoS, Manager
Wharf foot of Drayton id rect
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE.
Ttmpiii liny Wont, Havana*
I.v Trtmrv* Tn* - Thu:>. <.*i Hat. prn
Ar K**y Vw.v Friday and Him, |, m.
Ar Havana ThuSul nnd Mourn y u rn,
NOIiTII HOI Ml.
L% llaviui* Tlrirt H.it ami Mow noon
I.v KVy NV**pvt Ttium tvd. Alyl Mon p w.
At 'In uifM* brniny, hju. and Tiim, ii. iii
t 'fi uu at '1 mill Wmmi lodUF<'
Trn io VrfJ.*ru nnd Fn#u*in
Fnr rf< #nir loiinf ion* uiqdy to < ’ll y
TI.-M h Fa w It >. ur
Flam toi'MHl i*Utu Ijiut TrfUMM
r p OWEN if Maiiar-I
If h H\JNk>
id. ,*4 mu Imi * i wi<t4 m VfitMfclU# *
hi fnH FAIUIrVIjKI bMIM •'4l l*. ffM tff
t <.*<## JUitm I txlir. G. to m La*. t-a#*.
Savavsaii, Oa.. April IT. 18S7.
ON and after tlds date passengor trains .'. ill
nin as Daily u a less marked t, which are
Daily except Sunday.
Tile Standard time bv which these trains run
is 36 minutes slower than Savannah city time.
Lv Savannah 10:00 a m 8:20 p m 5:40 p m
Ar Milieu 12:35 p m 11:0S ptu 8:4? p m
Ar Augusta 4:45 p m 0:15 ara
Ar Maeon 4:50 p m 3:20 a m
Ar Atlanta 9:oopiu 7:20 am
Ar Columbus 0:50 am 8:02 pra
Ar Montgomery... 7:09 p m
Ar Eufaula 3:50 p m
Ar Albany 10:08 p m 10:50 a m
Passengers for Rylvania, Sandersvillc.W rtghts
vllle, MiUedgeville and Eatonton should take
10:00 a m tram.
Passengers for Tliomaston. Carrollton. Perrv.
Fort Gaines, Talbottou, Buena Vista, Blakely
and Clayton should take 8:20 p m train.
Lv Miiien 12:55 pm 11 :!5 pm 5:10 a m
Lv Augusta 10:20 a m 9:30 pin
I.v Macon 9:50 am 10:50 pm
Lv Atlanta 0:35 a m 0:50 pin
Lv Columbus 10:20 p m 11:15 a m
Lv Montgomery. . 7:lspm 7:40 am
Lv Eufaula 10:49 a m
Lv Albany 4:50 am 3:57 pm
Ar Savannah 5:00 pm 5:55 am 8:05 a m
Sleeping ears ou all night passenger trains
between Savannah ami Augusta, Savannah and
Macon. Savannah and Atlanta. Macou and
Train No. 53. leaving Savannah at S:3O p in.
will stop regularly at Guyton, but at no other
point, tonut off passengers lx iivceti Savannah
and Milieu. Train No. in, arriving at Savannah
at 3:55 a iu, will not stop between Milieu and Sa
vannah to t ake or. passeufSrrs.
Connections at Savannah with Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway for all points in
Tickets for ail points and sleeping ear berths
on sale at city office, No. 20 Bull street, and
depot office 50'minutes tv-fore departure of each
train. G. A. WHITEHEAD.
General Passenger Agent.
J. C. SHAW, Ticket Agent.
Charleston & Savannah Railway Cos.
CONNECTION madeaago f-: h with Savan
nah,, Florida and Vs worn it ilway.
Trains leave and arriv\t the t'uouiah by s* "
ard time (90th The 'averts j
slower than city time. a out of style. ,
NORTHWajo,*-- • 1 -
45* 391 4-3* 47*
LvSav'h 12:15 pm 1:00 pm 7:10 am 8:23 pm
Ar Aug'st-a 1:45 pm
Ar Beauf’t 0:10 p m .. 11:00am
Ar P.Royal 0:25 p m 11:20 am
Ar Al'da!e..7:4o pm 11:20am .'
ArCha'ston4:4s pm 0:20 p m 12:55 p m 1:25 am
31* 42* 40*
Lv Cha'ston 8:00 ain 8:30 p m 3:45 a m
Lv Aug'ta 9:20 am
LvAEoale.. 5:40 am 11:45 am
Lv P.Royal. 7:45 ain 12:30 p m
Lv Beaut't. 8:00 a m 12: 45 p m
Ar Rav’h 11:20am 7:oopm 6:41 am
‘Daily between Savannah and Charleston.
Train No. 47 makes no connection with Port
Royal and Augusta Railway, and stops only at
Ridgeland. Green Pond and Ravenel. Train
45 stops only at Y'emassee and Green Pond,
and connects for Beaufort and Port Royal daily,
and for Allendale daily, except Sunday. Trains
42 and 43 connect from and for Beaufort aud
Port Royal daily, except Sunday.
For tickets, sleeping ear reservations and all
otb-r information, apply to William Bren,
Special Ticket Agent, 23 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', Man'll 20, 1887, trains
will arrive and leave as follows:
‘Daily. tDaily except Sundays. IDaily ex
Leave Sanford for
Tampa and way
stations * 10:30a m and ** 4:4opm
Arrive at Tampa * 3:40 p m and *sl 8:50 p m
Returning lea\ e Tam
pa at *! 9:30 a m and *T 8:00 p m
Arrive at Sanford .* 2:30 p m and *sl 1:00 a m
Leave Sanford for Kissimmee and
way stations at t 5:00 p m
Arrive at Kissimmee at t 7:00 p m
Returning leave Kissimmee + 0:2.5 a m
Arrive at Sanford t 8:20 a m
* Steamboat Express.
*sl West India Fast Mail Train.
Lv Bartow Junction .11:25 a in, 2:10 and 7:15 p m
Ar Bartow 12:25, 3:10 aud 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.
Operated by the South Florida Railroad.
♦Leave Bartow for Pemberton Ferry
and way stations at 7:liam
Arrive at Pemberton Ferry at 9:45 a in
♦Returning leave Pemberton Ferry at.. 5:25 pin
Arrive at Bartow at 8:35 pm
(Leave Pemberton Ferry 7:00 a m
Arrive Bartow 11:35 p m
t Leave Bartow u- 1:10 pm
Arrive Pemberton Ferry 5:15 pm
SANFORD AND INDIAN RIVER R. R.
Leave Sanford for Lake
Charm and way sta
tions .110:15 a m and 6:10 p m
Arrives Lake Cham— 11:45 am and 6:40 pm
Leave Lake Charm... . 6:00 a m and 12:30 p m
Arrives at Sanford 7:40 am and 2:10 pm
Connects at Sanford with the Sanford and
Indian River Railroad for Oviedo and points on
Lake Jesup, with the People s Line and ließary-
Bava Merchants' Line of steamers, and J. T. and
K. \V. Ky. for Jacksonville and all intermediate
points on the St. John's river, and with steamers
lor Indian river and the Upper St. John's.
At Kissimmee with steamers for Forts Myers
and Bassinger and 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 point* South.
Connects at Tampa with steamer “Margaret"
for Pahuu Sola. Braldeutown, Palmetto. Mana
tee and all point* on Hillsborough and Tampa
Also, with tlie elegant, mail steamships “Maa
cotte" and "Wliituey.'’ of tlie Plant Steamship
Cos., for Key West and Havana.
Through tickets sold at all regular stations to
points North, East and West.
Baggage checked through.
Passengers for Havana can leave Sanford on
Limited West India Fast Mail train at 4:40 p nt
(stopping only at Orlando. Kissimmee. Bartow
Junction, Lakeland and Plant Cityt. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, connecting same even
ing with steamer at Tampa.
General Freight and Tk’ket Agent.
■ HICHESTER'S ENGLISH."
Tin: Original and Only Genuine.
and always Reliable. Beware of worthies*
ImiUititinn Jiidi.*| leasable to I.MHEH. Ask
jour IfrugalM for • Chichester* * Knsllph” nnd
take no other, or inclose 4c. (stamp) to un for
nartieulars in letter hyrefurii mu!l. V\>iU
P AIM; It. Clilcliffitfr ('herufeiil ('o.,
2.*113 tllndioii Square, IMilhtdn, Pa.
Hold l> UrunliH iMprvv luTi*. Ask for *Clil
rlimifr'ii Kiifflivh** IVnnyroyal I*lll*. Take
ure I'MM’fc'ilv Saff itHt 1 always Kffiv tnal.
Never tail to afford speedy and curtain relief.
Vojv than IO.iVO American women u.m them
retnihirly. < luarantdiod H'ij>enor to all others or
a*li ii*fu:d#*d Jf your don't neop
••Wileox's (onipoimd 'l’uhhv IMllh'* arce|#i no
iioiitiiifiiK nald to I*#* ‘Juki u* i/tod,"
•nt e* nd h. 1 i‘#*i m .iloil imrtk'ulura and ptt*ire
tiio only mlmmlii#*iv reiinbU* i#*rin*dy by mad.
WIi'A'OX HN-;< 11 (CO., i'hll idrljma, i\*.
MI Kmv rn*n§„
G btwi tt> •* /#
omm , >.*■*!r>. rtf Mdl!
1 rad## Mtinp!id Ov l.ll'l'MAN lIHO.
MiMKHiii lihiiiiihi) tH.'t :::!'
iu I'fruuM<iiw I m*. iy, Smr*tnir l s , f
Ih will *l,l tiitM tv I *ul** mat tv* >H. Ad
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• VM it
Savpnnaii, Florida t
[All trains on this road arc . B
Standard Time l ° T CmM
TIME CARD IN’ EFFECT 'iWoe,
I , 168(i v Passenger trains on this mh !BE ®B
daily as follows: ' !<,i d*ill|^H
WEST INDIA FAST MAIL I
READ DOWN. ■
a ™ Lv Savannah... a- ?, Eis lß
10:00 a m Lv. Waycross ’rl 35 l^l
12:30 p m Lv Jacksonville r’ v
4:40 p m Lv Sanford'
8:0u pm Ar Tampa.. fl >^B
PLANT STEAMSHIP Liv? 5:00 B
Dies. Thum, l T _ ,' ■
Sat ... pm) Lv. . Tampa.. ..Ar JJri, iS-.B
YVed, Fri I . _ '?* .pB
Sun ... p mi Ar Key West..Lv )
Thirns, Sat,) ,
Mon ... ami -? r -• ■ Havan i.Lv l
NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. I
7:o6am Lv Savannah... v P I
8:42 am Lv Jesup /"aI i^pß
0:34 am Lv Blackshear Ar ?£pß
9:50 a rail. Waycross.... " j, v
0:26 am Ar CallahanT iVsis-B
12:00 noon.Vr Jacksonville...." i'„ SiPB
*:ooani L’ Jacksonville
7:33 a iu 1... Callahan '"\j.
H):15 a m Lv Waycross \,b
11:00am Lv Ilomerville i v IX PB
11:15am Lv Dupont V 7
12:04pm l.v Valdosta.... jl tSB
12:34 pm Lv Quitman L v i'S^B
BVJ pm Ar ._.. Thomasville... r v
3055 pm Ar Bainbridge LvTlB~[J
4|04 pm Ar i 'lun lalmochoe Tv ,■ v
3:42 p m Art Alhan7Y7Lr~ 1 i,ti3
Pullman buffet cars to and from
and New York, to and from JacksSß
Hftew Orleans via Pensacola. e
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
I:3opm Lv Savannah Arllv.
3:211 p m Lv Jesup Lv
4:21 pm Lv Blackshear ... Lv VSt'Bi
■I GO pm Ar .Waycross .u
i, 5. pm Ar Callahan . . 1.-~
7:35 pin Ar . .Jacksonville lv
''V 'if :?*•
!'■“ Lv Honiervilie .'.". 'u
9:00 pm Ar Dupont . . l, v
pm Lv Lake City Ar ~^l
3:5n P m Lv Ouinesvillo Ar
7:30 pm Lv Live Oak Ar ciioig^H
I': 10 pm Lv Dupont At CcVißl
10:01pm Lv Valdosta I.v
10:34 pm Lv Quitman I.v
11:25pm Ar Thomasville.. I.v (tRaBI
12:50am Ar Camilla I,v f ; s|,Bl
1:56 am Ar Albany Lv 12:t)BI
Pullman buffet cars to and from
and Umisville via Tlioinasville, Aliccv
gomery and Nashville.
Pullman leeping cars to and from Train# jdH
Savannah via Gainesville. ■
* ALBANY EXPRESS. I
8:45 pm Lv Savannah. .. .Ar Mini j
11:25 p m Lv Jesup Lv
J:3)l m Ar Waycross LvlhlOpuHl
6:25 a in Ar Callahan I.v~
0:15 am Ar Jacksonville Lv g:UnH|
8:16 pm Lv Jacksonville Ar 6:lsaiHf
_9:05 pin Lv Callahan . . Ar
2:00 am Lv Waycross ArThiiiß
3:20 am Ar Dupont Lv ItkOOpußl
0:40a mAr live Oak Lv 7:jiiß
10:05 am Ar Gainesville .Lv 3:Spi^|
10:15 am Ar Igike City Lv
3:40 am Lv Dupont Ar Ikffipaß
5:27 a m Lv Valdosta Lv 8:10piH
6:10 a m I.v Quitman Lv 7:BpiH
7:15 am A r Thomasville Lv 7:(10pj^B
11:40 a m Ar Albany Lv IDO ptH
Stops at ail regular stations. Pullman biifnHj
sleeping cars to and from Thomasville rtHj
Wasliington. and Savannah and
and to and from Jacksonville and Nashnlkmß
Thomasvill" and Montgomery. Pullman buffa H
cars and Mann boudoir buffet cars via Waver*■;
Allinny and Macon, and via IVaycross JesiipaalH
Maeon. between Jacksonville and CinrinnSiß
AS", tnrough passenger coaches between JactH
sonville and ('hattanooga. B
THOMASVILLE EXPRESS. I
0:15 a m Lv YVaycross Ar *:OOpsH
7:3 a m I.v Dupont Lv .5:26
8:37 a m Lv Valdosta Lv 4:15pi8
9:15 a m Lv Quitman Lv 3:30p58
10:25 a in Ar Thomasville Lv Ittpaß
Stopis at all regular and flag stations. K
JESUP EXPRESS. I
3:45 pm Lv Savannah Ar B:3oauH
6:10 p m Ar Jesup Lv S:3ul
Stops at all regular and flag stations. ■
At Savannah for Charleston at 7:loam.
rive Augusta via Yemassee at 1:45 p 111 12:!: wj
p m and 8:23 p m; for Augusta and Atlanta K ■
8a 111 arid 8:20 p in; with steamships fnr V* ■
s'ork Monday, Wednesday and Friday: fnr■
ton Thursday: for Baltimore every fifth day. ■
At JESUP for Brunswick at 1:45 a m lexcef* ■
Sundays and 3:30 p m; for Macon 1:15 an ■
and 10210 a m. , ■
At WAYCROSS for Brunswick at 3:15 a mui
5:05 p m. , „
At CALLAHAN for Femandina at 8:001s
and 2:47 p ra; for Waldo, Cedar Key, Ocala,,
at li :30 a ra.
At LIVE OAK for Madison, Tallahassee,*,
at 11:08 a in and 7:46 p m. __
At GAINESVILLE for Ocala, Tavares, W
hertoil's Ferry, Brooksville and Tampa at 10. H
m: for Cedar Key at 3:80 pm.
At ALBANY for Atlanta. Maeon.
sroinerv. MdVulc. New Oi’leanß. Nashville,
At CH ATT AHGOC HEE for Pensacoia. Mo*
New Orleans at 4:14 p m: with Peopes u
steauuirs adiertising to leave for Apalachic*
at is.oKi in Sunday and Wednesday. ,
Tickets sold and sleeping car berths secure* l "
BREN’S Ticket Office, and at the Passeng*
Station. _ .
WJL P. HARDEE, Gen. Pass Agent.
R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.
Jacksonville,Tampa and KeyW est Ry.
Cuickest and Best Route for ail points in H** 4,
<La south of Jacksonville.
SCHEDULE in effect. Febntary oth.JSf
. s line trains use S.. I. ami V Railway
in Jacksonville, making direct eitiuitvtiot ■
all trains from Savannah, the North and
No transfer. *
GOING SOUTH. —.
• TAT,ONS - Pass. Zt
Ar Palalka 10:80 am b 'l*
Ar DeLand 1:30 pm 4:18 P"
Ar Sanford 1:48 pm 4:30 pm
Ar Titusvtlie 3:05 pm ’
Ar Orlando :** gS '-i
Ar Tampa ......... 8;8Q .^j
Ixtave Jacksonville (St. Augustine irL
9:05 a rn, 1:00 p m, 4:00 p m. njvinion)
Arrive St. Augustine (Bt. Augustine
10:30 am, 2010 p in. 8: 1'
GOING NORTH. Tanipa J
(Cuban malti nnd H:2O am; Orlando !-■ „
, .2-, a 111 :nid 1:88 |> m; Sanfopl 1 ■ J;8 ®
m and 2:15 pm. Arrive ‘ J “ l^ k , a n ' 2t<a.i-1 ‘■ 4 °
m. 8:30 p in; .Tncksonville n-V) ' west,
p in, connecting for all points - 4:iM
Isstve St. Augustine 8:30 I". ~annul
pm Arrive Jocksouvillo 10.U0 au,
0:90 p m. throiist
12:30 p ITI ( libati mall traiiKSouth and
Pullman skv|s‘r from New York VVi .„, nd
.onmets witli sleamem 'or b . ulg ht,.
Havana Tuesday. ThurwU.y a d^m^|i.
K;00 pm ( nbuii mail tnuu (Nottn 1 N - o ctun'l*
mail sleefs'r 11, rough to \t ash
„l car. b'clw.s-i, .lacksoiivH eaiid Rail-
Ini-fft connertionr. with h jn<wi • al ,,j
way ia lUlHil.n for tJuinwyine, Ui Ri^fT
hui'g, and with St. J " h ,% v,||“withM*
Itnlu 'i ni for Diivloaa. At I " 1 " r , v er
Kockledr." tw - 5P"‘-
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