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DISCOVERIES AT NIPPUR.
TUVri.K I4UHAHY Tin* IK4HI
Itnrcrtß off the t niirMtlt off l'rnna!l
anuln Expedition—Tablet* >■•* Hr.
covered M ill rrakalilff :nl>lr Ihr
World to Form on Adrqiintr Idea
off 1.1 (r to Babylon.
From the New York fun
1/vdcn , All* 1 -Thre. >e.ir* ago the
remarkable dlaoovrrtea ital ic Gy the Peftn
*;lv*nla University cifedition at Nlliful
uir.ed tuck tlie history of thr Baby
lonian rlvlltanthai to a period mom than
:.,jt yearn la'fori Christ. Nippur had then
,-n i.i nslflcd w.th Calncli. one of [he
(.i.i cities mrntkaied In Ueneuls, x„ 10.
toe begt.'.nin* -f the Klt.gdom of Nim
-J. Prof Utlprr-hi, the scientific dlrec
ef the expedition, lan juat returned
1 CuiaAsniinoplr. and in an interview
ltd toe corre.' |>..ri !• i • of the Daily News
is described some of tlie principal re
nt's of this >ear's work in ihe enclent
three and most Important Is the diacov
:y of the library of the Kroot temple
it Nippur. As far hack as eicven j.sirs
go n hen Dr Pec ere of New York, was
■ the head of Ihe expedition. Prof. Hii
revu p. irtel ou; that the rcm.ilns of
... sfbrorv would os found at the very
mi -e wh. re th- discovery haa taken place
his > ssir In Ihe course of three months
o less than 17.209 tablets oov< red with
itneiform writing have tno illaevi-rel
These i*..cn sre of a different ctiora •
er from lh.ee (tret dltoociM. wm h
rere mainly ffn ivate bu>ln*ee contract*. ]
do e . ntK-a. letter* and the like. The
atari dlc.snsrn-. ie-ur iter, rt'cmblstt'e
o the contemn ot on ordinary Mhrar>
. he IsUtli are htrt.jrl.nl. and
kstsry Titey Inal off mythology. of
rsarnoar and lexr- ography, of science and
f ass .hems ties. There is rearon to le -
ave that (hey will for the drat time
noble in* world to form an adequate Id. <
f Ufa in f'abyionl.i. *toh as only could
e pneaible by tlie diaoovery of a tmtlomil
krary. rr.-or.Wiar the natlostal progrc.i*
n lltera'itre. eelnnee and thought gen
.ally. No document le found in ihls col
action of a laier date than 2210 It C. Ac
hie dale marks the invasion of the Ktam
ee, the fact in hi., confirmatory avtden e
-Ml tie* itbrnry was destroyed during
Five Years In Secure 411 the Tablets, i
Prof HllprecM estimate* that at their
Oteserd rat* of working five more years
will la- in. ecs try to excavate and cx- ]
mire the contents of the library. He j
lilnks II probable that the unexplrisl ,
part will yield 150,00(1 tablets. A* the ll
ctsry was one of urea' renown, the chief
ilory of the temple In early Babylonia.
Hie chut college for InstrurSlon In law
:cd religion, which as In all early systems
were Inextricably bound together, and.
ndecd. In all studies judged worthy of
attention. It i> evident that no examina
tion of Ihe ronlent* can lie too careful.
It la, in fact, hardly too much to say
that If the unexplored puns should prove
ut rich In results as that already found,
litre will Ist" no example In the world's j
bluet y, not even In Kgypt. of so com
plete a recovery of the records of an an
YVork mi the l.lltrnry Suspended,
The American expedition had to sus
pend ls lnv< at tea tkm of the great libra
ry temporarily in order to rontinue Its
systematic work at the temple, and lo
complete the i * munition of the south
and e.intern linns of the walla of fortl-
IV a*.on of ancient Nippur, These walls
show clearly the different epochs In which
they were constructed There are. first,
portions of whl< h the builders were the
prr-jiirgonlc ruler*. These nre followed
by the work* of Surgon (WOO It. C) and
of Naram-Bin. hi* son; then about 1.000
year* later are the fortifications of Ur-
Our, to he fo|k>wt.| by the laser t'asslte
King*, belonging to the comparatively
modern period of from IThn to linn ft. C.
The numerous weapons found along the
whole line of fortification, especially In
the lower strata, were welcome material
for determining she methods employed
by sieging nrnl. * In Ihe earliest periods
of Babylonian hls’nry
A I'alsre ml the I're-wnrgntilr l*erlod.
In the course of the present excavation
a palar. htlm ging to Ihe pre-Sargotih >
jwrlod wa* uncovered henealh an areu
mitlation of nevemy feel of rubbish on
the southwestern side of the Shatt-en-
Nlt. dividing Nippur In two parts Prof.
Illlpr. -hi himself, having never liecn
doubtful as to the actual site of the lem
p.e library at Nippur “litre hi* ttrsi visit
In Ratnionta In IW> (twisldsu-s the discov
ery of thl* large building wrllh WO feet
frontage, which will probably turn out to
lie the palace of the early priest kings
of Nippur. the most Important result
of this year’s campaign. Already the few
rooms excavated have given valuable re
sults In ths shape of pne-Sargonlc lab
lets. of seal r> Under* of the earliest type
and day figurine* of the early date nnd
great Interest The palace was very ex
tensive and at least two stork s high. At
a later period It had been used as a ehlef
quarry for furnishing materials for publl.*
ard private buildings In Nippur From
ihe Indication* whteh have been met with,
both In the palace Itself and In Ihe ms -
terla.s which have been taken from It
for hulkllng purposes, Prof lillprecht
anticipate* that statues will probably he
found of a charaner similar to those
which Ihe French exftedltton discovered
V Itemosbable Colonnade.
Other discoveries made hy Ihe Philadel
phia expdftlon are of value. The largo
building discovered at the beginning of
the first campaign, a comparatively well
..ilonrtu! bus now be.-n excavated ■ ont
ptetely. and It proves to be a thousand
years later than the Rev. Dr. Peters, the
Do not think for a
BL single moment that
2® consumption will
fflßevcr strike you a
not come that way.
Jpt>~lt creeps its way
: i J\ along. First you i
think it is a little cold,
nothing but a little hacking
then a little loss in
weight; then a harder cough; then
the lever and the night sweats.
Better stop the disease while tt
Is yet creeping. Better cure your 1
cough today. You can do it with
The pressure on the chest is
lifted, that feeling of auffocation is
removed, and you are cured. You
can stop that little cold with a 25c.
bottle; harder coughs will need s
50c. size; if it’s on the lungs the
one dollar size will be moat
*• I continently recommend Ay er'e Cherry
Feet .rat to all my patron* lam u*lnc
It bow In my own family. Forty years
ago 1 feel sure It eared my life "
. A. S. Ewan*. M S.,
Jan. 4,1 See. Fort Madison, lowa.
M* Fl There it only ONE POND'S EXTRACT and everybody knout its parity. H i
yj m frtnfth end greet medicinal value. Lion t take thr weak, watery Hfl w£M
Bj Witch Maid prtparatmm rt petwnted to he “the tame at" POND’S H3 L* 1
MD id the skin, and, taken internally. Ii a deadly jwuon ffil
H H Set BONO'S EXTRACT. oldo*lv InaaakJ bottle* In baft wrapper*. Bj| MB
Yesterday’s business was far beyond
our expectations. It gives us some idea
how to prepare for next month.
You will always find us ready and
We received about forty cases of
Dry Goods yesterday, mostly Dress Goods
Whatever money can buy in these
lines is here, or will be, and here cheap
est. That is a strong, plain statement,
and like most strong, plain statements, it
The Printed Flannels displayed in
one of our windows ARE COTTON, but
the designs are so rich and the cloth so
skillfully subtle, that many people who
buy the goods and are not told think they
are much better than they are.
Prices are the lowest.
If this store did not save
you money it would fail in
one of its chief claims for
Corner Broughton and Barnard Streets.
first director of the expedition. Judged It
lo )' It 1# a work of the Persian or
Parthian iTbl The latter cruciform
structure of the tempi*, which aroused
considerable Interest because of Ur form
and magnitude, appear* by thl* year's ex
ploration to have nothing to do with the
temple proper, hot to be a strong formi
cation constructed preceding our era, and
of considerable lni|toriance even at the
line r of the first Roman emperor*, when
the temple of ltd was In ruins, having
ceased lo he a sanctuary
% t oniparallvely Modern Tomb t n
eovered This Year,
A tomb uncovered In the course of hl*
year's exrwvatlona belong* to quite a late
perlml—prohibly between the commence
ment of our era und i* A It It wis found
lie low the Boor of a chamber In (he fort
rrs;. nttd wlihin It were daicov.rea vari
ous objects of Interest. ■< gold rms. a
chain Of gold and two heavy gold buckle*,
with turn's heads set with precious atoms,
for bolding up the toga, or whatever w i*
the dress con.epondtng to It. A large
mm* r of Hebrew and Min-Wan vases,
of s.-nl cylinder* nnd of object* of art
wi re discovered, iitnong which may h
noted two large sxone object* once belong
tng lo the temple outfit of Bel* a well pre-
M-rvi.l sacrltl ial fable with anew tn
-crlptlon of King Narsm-Bln and n huge
Mack vase ilede ated by Judea of largish,
that ts Tello, lo the temple of Nippur.
The French exi-dltton has likewise done
valuable w. rk during the months of March
and April of the present year. Like
the American*, they have -impended work
duitng the hot weather Their *|ns l.il ex
ploration was carried on l>y XI. de Sarr.ec
at Tello. on the noutheortern *Ulc of the
great .anal isinneettng the Tigris with
the Euphrates. known as Bhalt-eldlat
or River of IJfe. The chief Units of this
year's work nr* about 10.000 Inscribed tab
lets, the precise character of which la
still unknown Judging from the contents
of similar Holt mule In previous years
at Tello. they relate probalily to sacri
fice* In the temple.
A Herman Expedition.
A third expedition, of German origin,
line been at work in Babylonia since the
spring of IX3* It Is umler the control
of the well known architect, Dr. Ko'dnv
cy. of the Kerim Museum. 8o for It*
i.-suits have been chiefly In the line of
The little temple of Ntn-Makh has been
discovered and the palace of Nebuchad
li.xxar has been explored. Hut. wttli the
exception of the dire very of i well pre
set ve I 11 Ittttc monument, which, how
ever, nobody up to the present can read,
and of a few fragmentary Inscribed
stones, nothing of Importance in the Hue
of Inscription ha* been unearthed.
The American Discoveries.
Beyond doubt the greatest success of
the 5 ear I* that aciompllshe l by the
American expedition. The I inpnr [a me of
the discovery of the pre-Sargonlc palace
and of the library of so famous a temple
as that of the Nippur was at once recog
nised. The systematic and thorough ex
amination, which It la hoped will be made
THE MORNING NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1000.
next year, prombe* to give a full and de-
I died picture of life In what the author
of the book of Genesis regarded as one
of the old.st cities In the world, and on*
whose origin, even In his time, was at
tributed to the famous hunter whose name
tin t b- come mythical The results of the
exploration will probably show that Nip
pur was a* Important In the fifth millen
nium tvfore Fhr st a* It was In the
third; that It anticipated the civilisation
and the peitod when Babylon took the
bad by at least LMWU years, and at this
early period the human race In Babylon
ia had acquired nrts and knowledge,
which hithirto have only been attributed
lo a much later period.
To \l hms Credit I* llnr.
"In conclusion," siy* the writer in the
Daily News, “It should he noted that this
American expe.tttlon Is one of the many
valuable results which arc due to the mag
nificent generosity of American cltlxen*.
The Provost of the University of Penn
sylvania, formerly Dr. VV. Pepper, nnd
now Dr. C (' Harrison, assisted by a
number of Philadelphia gentlemen, prom
inent among whom are two hunkers, Mr.
E. W. Clark and Mr. C. H. t’lark. the
first mimed being the chairman of the
Committee of Babylonian Exploration, de
serve credit for their devotion to this
purely scientific cause. From the com
mencement of the explorations, some ten
or twelve years ago, they have Wen prom
inently connected with M. They nisi their
committee have spared neither their ex
ertions nor their purse* to make she ex
pe’i.on a "Uccse* The fund* for the
l;t -t expedition, so successfully carried
out. were raised by the two Messrs.
Clark. During the first year*, when the
results were less satisfactory than might
have been hoped, they persevered, and
now hive the satisfaction of having
achieved one of the greatest successes tn
exploration ever accomplished. They have
been fortunate in thetr choice of men.
The work of Dr. Peters Is stiff!-Initlv
well known by ht* own description With
him W. re associated Prof. Ililprccht and
Prof. IlllprechCs Work.
"The work und perseverance of Dr,
Haynes In former campaigns, and at time*
under very Dying circumstances. have
been fully acknowledged by prof. Hll
precht In his great work. 'The Babylo
nian Expedition of the Pnlreraßy of
Pennsylvania. ‘ He has al-o been during
the pre-enr campaign under the manage
ment of Prof Ililprccht. the scientific
soul of the whole undertaking. The other
members of the staff are both architect*.
Mr. Fisher, (from the Pnlvrrslty of Penn
sylvania). and Mr. Deers, (an I'Jngileii
itun trom Southampton). To those who
know the difficulties of exploration In the
country where once I-aynrd encountered
nnd overcame them. It Is. Indeed, remark
able thut the American ex|dl(ton should,
with so smsll n staff, have made so bril
liant n success. ■’
—Jules Verne, w hose name w as once one
to conjure with. Is retried at work upon
anew book of travel, lie la In bis 7Jrd
UNCLE SAM OWNS A GHOST.
hoi k u ttmiK .% th m*n n-
HKII 1 s <.OVt:imIAT I'HOI’KNTt.
It M ni Once Ibc *eeie of Mnnj flrll
Tbnf l.eil fun Wife’* nftclile n(
llti*litt*ml* hrmnnil-Duel f lo*
lle ( arrrr of n Mnn Formrrl)
I'rumlnrnf In I'olltlca.
From th#* Washington Po#t.
A fovernment watchmnn vouchee for
| fhU story. Hr I employeat **ne of fhr
department bulldlnan, und declares that
the atrurture ronfainr a Kho-; that the
pl•ie haunN. and h< <Jeric acionttat*
or i>cotr rn to give the lie to hl
men*. Th** tmildlnir m quaation wai pur
chawed by th* icovernment n number of
years aao. It liee went of the once fa
moiia *'Tr:'alr Park*** now called Lafayette
Park and was the re*ldem-o of a prom*.-
nent rtnf. m.in sit • • *1 .ul. The
ftareemun built the houec when he waa in
the zenith of hie nnd ue* 1 it e o
place to dispense luvieh hoepltality. There
h* arranged n ]| politic tl Intrigue*,
when the wealth and wife of the nation’*
capital lived In that ration of the city.
The hou** to-day bear* no interior re
eemblanee *o what it was in the old day*.
There tut* been no change of the exterior,
eave that the old garden, which In th#*
rarly day* wa* full of myatic beauty, sur
rounded bv great n .■****.4 of flower* and
eweet #n< !Ilng *hrut>*. ha* been swept
away to make room for rid* w.lk* nnd for
adjoining building*. Thotiaanda of clerk*
hove hied In and out of the htt*!ding tdneo
Fnrle Sam became the tenant, thoupand*
of people have thronged pn*t the loor*
which once swung ? *ek to allow the
pmnrt pet o' early Warhlngton to pa**
within It* portal* but not many have
heard of the t# rrlhle tragedy which wn*
enacted behind tho' wall* and which the
watchman de* lare* |p responsible f or rie
nightly pound* of revelry, terminating
puddefily in n ehriek. *0 lew that It cannot
he heard out*lde of the structure, yet PO
piercing and *0 heartrending that nothing
• hort of Dnnte’a de*rrtp'lon of the loot
poul p In#4 cry can fittingly describe the
A atopy of Jralotur*
The Ptory of the trag*dv 1* no longer
freh. * ven In the min#l of old Washing
tonian* Tt eiroe ,i m climax to a long
perle* of political lnrlcue* and culminated
In one of the greate*t pohti \\ scandal*
of that period The curtain was rung
down onlv after murder had been com
mitted. The Pt a teaman who enjoyed thl*
toelnl pretce came ou? of the South tie
brought w|*h him n wife, beautiful, refin
ed. tactful end with .1 manner *o capti
vating that she wa* quickly drawn Info
the nodal rraelMrotn. nr#| hal a court of
mal# admirer* whteh *oon pet the tongue*
of the Mm* Orundyp w u?glng~, The hus
band peemed to enjoy hi* wife’s nocial
sucre**, and Indulged her In hjr slight# *t
whim Hut the whirl of event*,
wa* crowding In upon the pair. Fir*t a
bit of political tr* irhery wa* discovered
nnd traced to the doing of the statesman.
It resulted in the downfall of n prom
inent member of rongrrs*. but the clam
or which It raided wa* too loud to he
lasting and In a compnr itlvely short
rime th#- matter was geemingiy forgotten—
forgotten by all but one man. nnd this
man had sworn to wr-k vengeance upon
the man who had brought ruin and dis
aster upon hi* uncle.
There |* no record obtainable In Ihe
city that .1 murder wn* committed within
those wall*. The crlm*- was hinted at In
some quarters as suicide, but the doctor's
certificate read "heart !!*#*** ’* Th*
' .nunful wife of the statesman wa* found
in a bath tub dead. Just two years later
to n day the congre*mnn— her husband—
was ruined The social wmrld was *ho'k#-i
#f the sudden death. There wu* no sus
picion nor any evidence of foul plav. yet
one of the most cruel and cold-biooticNl
murders conceivable had hr utht leath 10
this beautiful woman. It Is true that
she administered the deadly potion with
her own hands, but it was In the pres
ence of the husband she had loved and
whom she had been foully accused of #e
traving that she the poison.
A Fatal Kiss.
The avenger had plotted Well. That
r,lvlit the doors of the -tot--man's house
had teen ihrown open to one of the gayest
social functions of the season Many of
the celebrities of that time -pint the
early evening over a rare dinner and
wine, and latar the younger guest* In
dancing. This part was the gayest of
the gay. and men flushed with wine car
ried on desperate flit'.minus with every
pretty woman present. When the climax
was reach*d the hour had grown late Al
ready a number of the rev*ter# had gone,
and the hestesa, more beautiful than ever,
was bidding adieu to the departing guests.
In the crowd that night there was a tall
southerner of soldi, rly appearance
Throughout the entire evening he had
havered near the hostess, and Just as
he was about to de|>art paused on the
threshold. *p.*ke something tn an under
tone and lightly fctwgsd the h *stese on Ihe
forehead The statesman was led to the
*|V t I,\ the Itv* nger Just as the kiss waa
Imprinted. In an Instant a terrible nwl
n<*s Invaded his be'ng He gave Ihe aven
ger a curt good night and sought his
library. He bad forgotten that a few
hours ago the Southerner had been intro
duced as his wife's cousin
The Interview between husband and
wife was told by a family slave It was
brief, and the verdict was that the wife
must die. This she did. shortly after her
death the husband met with both finan
cial and political reverses In a com|*ara
llvely snort time the whirlwind of disas
ter swept him off hts f*et. He left Wash
ington and leturnid to his home tn the
Hoiith. where a few years later he was
killed In a duel by the man whom he
had been searching for since that fatal
The House la Haunted.
Since that tragic event hundreds of fam
ilies have tried to live tn this house. Other
statesmen have rented It. hut failure nnd
defeate lasted while they lived lnthedoom
cd mansion It was years before the
building gatned the name of being “hoo
dooed." but once l got the name people
In all walk* of life shunned the place,
and for a long lime before the structure
was finally bought by the United States
government It was tenantlesg.
There Is no longer a bath room In Ihe
Cures Dandruff, Falling Hair,
llrittle Hair and all Scalp
Troubles, such as Itching, Eczema,
Eruptions, etc. Purely Vegetable,
harmless and reliable.
ercri after a U other remain* have /aUed,
or money rrfuntUd.
A DOCTOR WRITES:
No 1 Nl n>ftrlNi Si.. Hditun. . Mm W. MS
I d‘ b*hrrn rwc-sMntunndtßffpropriMftrr *rtici*B.
but retfkr \ tor tbft truth roitpuU m** to
tlsstretl <WI.U. it snd
For Sals by all I>niggi*t* and Barbers. Trr*.
llso on hair and Scalp Trimble, free on request.
L It. Ulllltll K I 0.. - Chicago.
Beware of Imitation*.
The only hair preparation admitted C*
the Paris Exposition.
For sale by Llppman Bros.. Columbia
Drug On and Knight'# Pharmacy, b.van
ti ah, Oa. _
An Expensive “ Tip’
is the one which you cut off and
throw away every time that you
smoke a Five Cent cigar. There is
nearly as much labor in making this
end as all the rest of the cigar, and
yet every man who buys a cigar cuts
it off and throws it away. You get
all you pay for when you smoke
Old V irginia Cheroots
Tkree hundred million Old Virginia Cheroot* smoked this
year. Ask your own dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cents.
a long time, and found
nothing to relieve
1 took GRAYBEARD.
I tried most everything I
heard of; that is in the
line of blood medicines.
All of them failed.
me sound and well.
I can't praise
I will recommend it to
C. C. CLARK,
No. 420 Park avenue.
Get Graybeard at any drug store, $1 a
bottle, or write to Respess Drug Cos., Drops.
WE do a great deal of this class
of work for Proprietary Medi
cine Concerns, Furniture Houses,
Cigar Manufacturers, Clothiers,Sea
side Resorts, Mountain Sanitariums.
All you have to do, if you are inter*
ested, is to drop us a line. We
cheerfully make estimates
Kill MS i SWlll
J. H. ESTILL, President,
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building. Rus at night, so the watchman
declares, between the hours of 2 and Sn.
m . In the little room which Is now used
for storing files, can be heard very plain
ly she heartbreaking sob# of a woman,
Ihe gurgle of running water and a plerr-
Itig scream. At first the night watchman
thought some of she employes had left tin
water running In the washbowls, and
many nights ha* he trudged from cellar
to roof looking for the running water,
only to find every faucet securely shut
The sound of voice* he trls*l To account
far by accusing colored folks wbo Uva in
the alley near by and songful cals, ti
was the same every night, and the watch
man at lust became mystified. A search
outside proved there were no voices and
no cits. He Is an old soldier, but the
Krewsome sounds soon liecame more than
lit# nerves could stand, and at la he told
other of hts suspicions An old negro pass
ing through the building one day heard
him discussing the nightly occurrences.
He Stopped long enough to say that his
wife had been a slave In the statesman's
family and to tell the Morv recorded
Ocean SteamsniD Gi
New York, Boston
Uniurpa.ird cabin accommotlallons ,
the comforts of a modern hotel. Kleetm
lirhti. Unexcrit.d table. Tickots me uie
meal, and berth* aboard (hip
l'assen#er Fares irora Savanna
To NEW YORK—FIRST CABIN J a
FIRST CABIN ROUND Till!’ tv
TERMEDIATE CABIN. Sli. INTERiU
DIATK CABIN ROUND TIUR I t
STEERAGE. *lO. '
TO BOSTON-FIRST CABIN r>-
FIRST CABIN ROUND TIUI* J3- !\. -
TERMEDIATE CABIN. *l7: INTERMI .
DIATi: CABIN ROUND TRIF. ; q.
STEERAGE, 911. TS
The expree* steam.hlpe of thie line xre
appointed to .all from Savannah. Central
(Soth) meridian time a 'oll.>w
SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK,
TAI.I.AHABBKE, Capt. Aektn- TIES
DAY, Fe-1. I*. IM> p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt Da* .p
THURSDAY Sp! 20, *:> p m
NACOOCHKE. Capt Srnlih. SAT 'R.
DAY. Sepff r 4GO p m
KANSAS CITY. Capt. Kl.hrr. TITS.
DAY. Sept 23. 5: p. m
TAIXAHAH6EE. Cant. Aeklne, TH Ri
DAY. SApt. 2T :N3 p nt
CITY OF AUGUSTA. c B p" r*a,et'
SATURDAY. Sept. . MR p m
NEW YORK Tff> UOXTO.X.
CITY OF MACON. Capt 9ata:e WED
NESDAY. Sept IS. noon
CITY OF MACON. Cap! Ba I re, >,o>-
DAY. Sept 24 noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Bat .i*. FRI
DAY. Sep'. S*. noon
Thta company reserve* the ~
change It* .-aillnx* without i e. „ ,
without liability or accountat•; . v . ■.-
Sailing* New Y'ork for Savannah T.<.
dav*. Thursday* and Saturday* or> p m
W. O BREWER. City Ticket ,1 F..•
enger Agent. 107 Bull treei, Sst.irn.ih,
FI. W. SMITH, Cotitractlng Fre;*ht
Agent. Savannah. Ga.
R G. TREZEVANT. ,Ager.i. S\ tnna“.
WAI-TF.R HAWKINS General Agent
Traffic Dep't, 221 W, Bay Mreet,
F. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager. Sa
p E I.E FEVRK, Superlntender’. N'e
Pier 36, North River, New York N T
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH tt) BAI.TI tIOKE.
Ttcketa on ea.e at company's off Va. to
the following polnta at v. ry low rate*
ATI-ANTIC CITY. N J
BALTIMORE. MD. BUFFALO, N Y.
CHICAGO. ILI- CLLVEI.AND, 0.
HAGERSTOWN. HARRISBURG. PA.
HALIFAX. N S
NIAGARA I ALLB. NEW YORK.
Fltwt-claee tlcketa Include meat* end
elate room herth. Savannah to Biltlm re
Ace enmodatlon* and culsmo unequalaa
Freight capacity unlimited; ewieful nan
hi g and qti k dlpn*eh
The nteam-hlpa of thta nompwny r t>-
potnied to aall from Savannah to Biltl
rnnne * follow* (atandard tlmei
ITASCA. Capt. I’lgg*. TUESDAY, Sept.
I*. 1:S0 p m
AI.I.EGIIANY, Capt. Floater. THURS
DAY. Sept. 20, 4:0) P m.
TEXAS. Capt. Eidredge, SATURDAY.
Sept 22. f.; p. m
p H. MILLER. Capt. Peter*. TUESDAY,
Sept. 26. * P- m
ITASt'A. Capt. Dlgg*. THURSDAY', Sept
27. s on n. m
ALLEGHANY. Capt Footer. SATUR
DAY, Set* 21> :30 p. m.
And ftotn Ba'.Umor* Tue-diya. Thurw
daya and Saturday* at 4:uo p tn
Ticket Office. J Bull atreet.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav Agent
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
W. P. TURNER. O P A
A D. BTKRBINS. ATM
J. C. WHITNEY. Tmlße Manager
General Ofllnea Baltlmort*. Md
1 1.81. Of HOPf R'T AND C. 8 8 RT
For Isle of Hope, Montgomery, Thunder
bolt. Cattle Bark and West End.
Dally exerpt Sunday*. Subject to cnan*,
I.v. City for I of H.| Lv, Isle of Hoie
*SO am from Tenth |6ut am for Bolton
7>o am from Tenth | IS 00 am for Tenth
*am from Tenth j7OO am for Tenth
9 15 am from Holton | 8 00 am for Temh
10 80 am from Tenth 10 00 am for Tenth
12 00 n'n from Tenth 1! 00 am for Boito*
1 16 pm from Holtun 11 JO am for Tenth
I*o nm from Tenth 200 pm for Tenth
BSO pm from Tenth 2to |>m for Hour*
tJo pm from TenUa iu> pm for Tenth
1M pm from Tmtb at pm for Tenth
*S) pa tram Tenth •ts pm !' Tenth
7M pm from Tenth 700 pm for Tenth
BSO pm from Tenth 800 pm for Tenth
980 pm from Tenth 300 pm for Tenth
10 SO pm from Tenth 10 00 pm for Tenth
|ll 00 pm for Tenth
_ MONTGOMERY. _
I.v city for Mong'ry. i Lv. Montgomery
880 im from Tenth I 7 IS am for Tenth
2SO pm from Tenth I 1 16 pm for Tenth
from Temh j 600 pm for Tenth
___ CATTLE BARK.
I. City for Cal.Barkl Lv. Cattle Park.
< SO am from Rollon | 700 am for Bolton
7SO am from Bolton j 8 00 am for Dolma
100 pm from Bolton | 1,30 pm for It 'ton
2SO pm from Bolton I I 00 pm for Holton
700 pm from Bolton | 7 SO pin for Holton
Bon pm from Bolton I* SO pm for Bolton
Car leaves Bolton street Junction 5 *
a. m. and ovary thirty minutes ihervefter
until 11:30 p. m.
Car leaves Thunderbolt at *OO *■ m *"<■
every thirty minute* thereafter unfit
12:00 midnight, for Bolton street Junc
FREIGHT AND PARCEL. CAR.
Thl* car cairtea trailer for paseengef*
on all trip* and leave* west side of city
market for Isle of Hop*. Thunderbolt
and all Intermedin!* points at 9 00 a. m <
ISO p. m.. 6:00 p. m.
Leaves Isle of Hope for Thunderbot.
City Xlerket and all Intermediate Pln
at *:00 am., 11:00 a. m.. 2:<o P- t*.
WEST END CAR-
Car leaves west aide of city market
West End 6:00 a. m and .very fijl" 1 *
thereafter during the day until B 51
I.eaves West End at 630 a m
try to mteintes thereafter during >n* 7
until 12:00 o’clock midnight
n M. LOFTON. Gen Mr?
J. D. WEED ft CO
Leather Belting, Steaic Packing A Host
Agent* for NEW YORK RUBB tK
BELT IN Q AND PACKING COMP*’’ 1 '