THUR-UM Y, A UGUST 11.
It o curs to us that the Montgomery
Dispatch, a very readable paper by the
way, could very well afford to let Atlanta
The Diaaptch is advocating the intro
duction of wumniy engines for the street
car lines in Montgomery, in the place of
the dangerous electricity used as a mo
It transpires that a large number of
the RepnWicans of Texas voted against
the prohibition amendment, among them
their last candidate for Governor and
many colored citiz"n«.
Indications are that Mootgomerians
will have an opportunity- to gazeon the
countenance of a -real live president in
8o; Atlanta is now in very close com
munication with the A labarna capital.
Ml C«A ». « 4*.
Chattanooga has struck it rich- The
“The agony is over at last.
‘Chattanooga’s future is fixed, and
fixed high up.
“Natural gas has been discovered, and
this report comes from such reliable and
creditable sources that i* can no longer
be doubted. This time 11 tore areno small
pockets of gas, but a regular gusher, sup
plying enough to run every foundry in
Chattanooga, every engine, heat all the
houses, and supply livhc for a million
“ IVe will state at the outset that if this
report it not believed the skeptical can
verify it by going across the river this
morning and visiting what is known as
the Logan well. If the well is so tightly
plunged that they cannot satisfy them
selves, then let them try to get an option
on any piece of property in Hill City.”
We rejoice with our sinter city in this
discovery If the facts as stated are true,
and we have no reason to doubt them,
that city will take one gigantic and long
stride inti such prosperity as she has
never known before. A great many cities
have been builded upon natural gas, but
not of the material sort which gushes
forth from the well spoken of. Again we
A HKSOKIVI MSKUEIt.
Ah Sin, a Chinaman, was much aston
ished when he learned the American
mode of indemnifying the doctors. He
‘‘You silly people pay your physicians
for keeping you sick ; we pay ours for
keeping us well. If we paid outs as you
do yours, they would keep uh sick all the
time. We make it to the personal inter
est of our doctors to core us quick and
keep us cured. We pay them so much a
day for every day we are well, and when
we get sick the doctor’s pay stops till we
get well again.”
Why is not the Chinese plan a good
one? Certainly if the physician were
allowed to control our diet and direct onr
habits and actions a large percentage of
disease not contagious would be pre
As a rule, each spell of sickness is
traceable to a cause which could as well
as not have been avoided. We simply
needed to know the effect; of this the
physician could have informed us, and
knowing the inevitable result of a viola
tion of nature's law, we would have prof
ited by the information.
As it is, we call in a doctor after we are
sick—pray, as it were, after we are in the
A reform in custom and a revulsion in
practice is very much needed in this mat
A PECI I.IAK PHttNOMUNON.
On Friday of next week there will be a
celestial phenomenon that is not often to
be seen in a life time. On that day there
w ill be a total eclipse of the sun, the moon
passing direct between the solar orb and
our earth. The phenomenon will not be
visible, however, on our hemisphere, for
the path of totality commences in Ger
many and extends east over Europe, the
continent of Asia and Japan, and ends in
the Pacific Ocean. The inhabitants of
Nordhausenin Saxony will then have an
opportunity of witnessing quite a unique
scene, for the sun will rise for them that
morning in total darkness, It will be
dark as night in midday in Irkoutsk, Si
beria; and the sun will set amid darkness
on the vast coast of the Pacific. The du
ration of the eclipse at the various points
along the path of totality will vary be
tween two minutes and three minutes
and fifty seconds, so that at favored sta
tion astronomers will have good opportu
nities of making such observations and
photographs of the eclipse aa they may
severally need for scientific purposes.
The United States, aa stated, will not
witness this interesting phenomenon, but
will have to await celestial developments
for an opportunity to get even with the
balance of the world.
The Weather tmaap.
The weather yesterday was fair and tolerably
cool, as Tax CanroL prognoat icated last Mon
day morning. To-day the aky has been fair up
to soon, and will probably continue so, although
there will be thunder storms pass over some
partions of Crural Georgia to-day, and they may
effect Atlanta to-night. To-oaoraow will proba
bly not be tetter than a fair dav, and Sstuaday
not so good, and unsettled weather may be
ooked forearlv next week if not before.
Large lot new goods just received at the Cap
i tai Dime Store, M Whitehall street.
AU kinds of furniture very cheap. John Neal
* Co,, 7 and * Booth Bread.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLANTA, GEORGIA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1887.
True scenes in the Georgia House of Repre
rentativea yesterday and to-day, have been no
p ecedented in the history of Georgia statesman
ship. The aged Dr. Felton poured out for three
hours, the m> st bitter tirade of scathing sar
casm and invective ever heard in the Georgia
cspitol. He spoke ostensibly in support of bis
reform bill, but he merely fought
like a demon away out side
of the skirmish lines of the question
and made his speech in toto a personal attack
noon the sapporters of the opposition. Among
Others the Bon. Mr. Si'nmons, of
Sum er “County, with most scathing invective.
Bat to-day Mr. Simmon comes back at him
from the floor of the House, and it would a,most
seem that he had absorbed all the force of Dr.
Felton’s ek qnerce and had hurled it back with
redoubled power. He ce-tainly kept within
the pale of propriety, and inasmuch
as he did so be gained a victory over Dr. Felton,
who it is almost universally conceeded, overdid
the matter and carried his personal abuse too
far, thus injuring more than be helped his cause
no matter what may be its merits. Both speech s
were masterly and should, as they probably
will, go dowu as among the best oratorical ef
forts of American state-men.
I do repent me of the unjust thir.gs
I«n id agalu-t thee, ulntrr! Had I known
That th" rime-(rOHU*d mantle round thee th,own
Hol roots of such lux-irlou- bl'issomlnga,
(>t roynl bear U-ease, 11 l"s gold-be-preul
And mi k whi'e pinks tor a r ng's bewilderment, —
I had not elan.med tiledoor so in 'liy face.
Wlii'ii i hou w nst fain io li t my mid night guest;
But e’en hud asked thee to the . ozlest place,
And of warm welnun s given thee the best.
—Or iiu Key Bell, Atlanta, Ga.
A knoty question—Whom shall we marry?—
The cheapest thing in .straw bats this season
is the head of a dude.—Picayune.
Acc< rdinr to an eminent English authority a
goose lives fifty years. It then becomes a board
ing house dehc <cy —N nth American.
A Philadelphia paper says there is enough beer
consumed in the United States every year to
11 at all the navies in the wotld. hat’s noth
ing. Twtn'v schooners sometimes come ou .of
one keg —W ashington Critic.
Omaha wife—“ What has become of your
friend, I*’treater?’’ Omaha husband—“He is
still doing the editorial work, but is no longer
able to hold a pen and does all bis writting By
dictation.” “Does he dictate to his daughter
or his “To his daughter, of course.’’—
“Oh, Rowena,” exclaimed Voltigern Tape
measure, d ropning on his knees without a strug
gle, “your beautv fires my heart- ” “My
daughter,” said old Hengist Wheatcorner,enter
ing the ro<»n., “I will divide the contract with
yon: I will fire the rest of him.” Which he
did. —Brooklyn Eagle.
A monumkn-t i» Moon to be erected at Jena to the mem
ory of Fritz Reuter, the most original humorist of mod
Mk«. Die I owu, widow of the Arctic explorer, has gone
tu UyidvJi for a few mouths. She will visit friends on
the Continent before returning.
Amons the recent notable English conversions to the
Catholic faith are Dr. Gladstone, th distinguished mu
sician, and Sir Charles Young, the author of 4< Ji*p the
John Boyi.k O’Rkilly is passing the summer in a
comfortable and roomy old house at Hull, Mass He
has recovered his health and st ength and has resumed
his editorial duties.
Mas. Laboi-chkhk is to give an open-air performance
of “A Midsummer Night's Dream” at Pope’s Villa,
Twickenham, in which Mr. George Augustus Sala is to
play Bottom and Mr. Whi-tier Flute.
Loud Ciiahlks Berksfokd Is the most truthful as well
as the must reckless nobleman in England. When in
vited recently to attetd a grand ofll.lal banquet at
Marlborough House, he frankly telegraphed the Prince
of Wales : “Can’t come. Lie follow, by mail.’’
James Phki.an, the new Congressman from the Mem
phis district, is one of the editors and proprietors of
“The Memphis Avalanche.” He is aho a millionaire.
So says “The Fori W orth Gazette,” actl the Texas edi
tor adds : •‘There is a rampant domineering samcne s
visible in all of us newspaper men ’’
Corrects ctfensive odors at once. Complete cure
of worst chronic cases; also unequaled as gar-
Ule for diphtheria, sore throat, foul breath. 50c.
“HOUGH ON COHN Si. „
Ask for Wells’ “Rough on Corns. Quick relief,
lomplete cure. Corns, warte, bunions. 15c.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Blad
der and U rinary troubles. sl. At druggists.
Wells’ “Health Renewer" restores health and
rigor, cures Dyspepsia, Jmpotenoe,Nervous De
bility. For Weak Men, 'elicate Women, sl.
Try the Octorien Prie Ointment, a sure cure
for piles in all forms.
IVlay God Speed It.
“May God speed the spread of 8. S. 8.
among my fellow sufferers!” is the exul
tant exclamations of the writer of the fol
lowing letter, who, snatched from the
very jaws of death while in the coils of a
dreadful and almost hopeless disease, lets
the glad tidings of his rescue go forth that
fellow sutrerers may hear of it a-ul profit
by his experience Mr. Healy’Jcure is
indeed a very remaikalde one, in view of
the circumstances he speaks of, and at
tests again, and for the ten thousandth
time, the almost miraculous efficacy of
Swift’s Specific. There is no room what
ever for doubt, denial or hesitancy in the
acceptance ol this truth in the light of
facts such as these. Mr. Healey writes :
Thomasvxi.lb, Ga., March 20, 1887.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen —I have been a victim to
that dread disease, consumption. Six
months ago 1 was taken with malaria,
which confined me to my bed for one week,
in which time I lost fifteen pounds. This
sicknesd left me with a hacking cough
which seemed to be beyond the reach of
medical aid. I went to'the mountains ami
obtained but little relief, my cough still
.■ontinning dry and hard.’ I returned,
with my cough much worse One month
later 1 was taken with a hemorrhage los
ing a large quantity of blood. This time
1 was confined to my bed three weeks.
1 gave up all hope'of ever enjoying good
health again and would listen to no more
medical ad vice, having tried, as I thought,
everytliing worth trying. I was, however,
advised by a friend to try 8. S. 8. After
taking the second bottle I commenced to
feel its wonderful effects, and now, thank
God, after finishing twelve bottles. I feel
almost as sound as I ever did in my life,
having gained 22 pounds and lost ail mv
cough, which makes me feel like a new
man. May God speed the spread of S.S.S.
among my fellow sufferers.
Truly yours, J. B. Healy.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Ths Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3,
THE CAPITOL COWEHIKN WITH
HKOTHKHNOF THE QUILL.
Editorial Clippings, With Comments
Scene in Atlanta : Alarmed Stranger, loqui
tur—“Hark! la not that the roar of an ap
proaching tornado?” Oid Settler—“N>, air;
something has disturbed the mosquitoes out on
Peachtree street,”—Macon Telegraph.
Thia is quite the natural conception of a born
and bred Maeonite: “By analyzing our own
characters we are enabled to estimate others”
is not true in this instance, for there are not
mosquitoes enough within fifty-one and one
half miles of Atlanta to supply one block of
Macon territory with its average number.
A San Antonio magistrate recentlly arrested
and fined Dr Rutherford, State Health
< fiicer of Texas’ons hundred dollars “for get
ting drunk and acting ad—d fool.” —Key West
The health officers around the country are
having a hard time of it. Health boards are
very good things until there comes an epidemic
and then everybody knows better than the doc
tors what to do and how to do it.
For your choice of a lot of boys’ suits which
rodd readilv at $3 75 and $4 00. Eisemau Bros ,
17 and 19 Whitehall street.
HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU?
Ice Cream & Water Ices
Will make von Cool this hot. weather, and
No Dangkk of Poisoning
ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED!
The Purest and Finest Varieties.
PKOFEsSION AL V 4KBS
ND G. LINII. F. »■ I
an Whitehall Stew
3d Floor, Healey Building
Corner Marietta and Peachtree str«»u
WM. A. HAYGOOD. EDMUND W. MART Isl
Haygood a martin,
Peachtree, Atlanta, Ga.
Attorney at Law.
20X Peachtree street,
Healey Building. Atlanta, Ga.
Attorney at Law,
Whl ehall Street.
rpHOMAS L. BISHOP.
Attorney at Law,
Room 2, Brown Block,
H. O. JOHNSON. I. H.. JOHNSON
JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Attorneys at Law,
(N. J. Hammond’s Old Office,)
E. Alabama St.
A ÜBTIN A BLACKBI RN,
i A. LAWYE IS,
“j M. ARROWOOD.
Attorney at Law,
14X Whitehall street, Room 17.
Collections and office practice a specialty
• attorney at law, .
No. 2% Marietta St, Room No 7,
Commercial law a specialty.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Rooms 52 and 53 Gate City Bank Building,
DRS. J. W. & M. C DUNCAN.
Physicians and Surgeons,
•B.H Whitehall street.
Office hours S to 10 a. m„ 4 to 6 p. m.
Office *Phofte 570 Reaidenc ’Phone 838
Job Printing House
fs the title we would give our Job Printing De
partment, were it not that Mr. Snook has a sort
of a patent on that style of a head, but we quote
irices that entitles us to the palm.
Try us and see if we dont.
T. C. J. P. H. I. G.
Would be magical letters, and we may yet be
forced to use them, for we give not only the
Cheapest Prices in Georgia, but in the United
This is no idle boast.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
We will prove it.
BOGGUS & DONAHUE,
House and Sign Painters,
11 WALTON STPKET.
work gnarauteed. Prices low and work
fl.at-clasa in every reaped.
ft a i ft
TOIMMM & co.
a JfllllHlllltellli'lllllH ;n; ir J. j! ' |,L |JII
lIMMMBji wWh|ilb| 8111 b
1 >lj«tlnlOKi o
The Finest and Laigeit AssortmentifLiveij
IN THE CITY!
F.rst Class One and Two-Horse Carriages of Every Description already hitched,
for hire by the hour or trip.
WELL VENTILATED BOX STALLS FORI BEST ACCO M MOD AT ONS FOR DROVE
BOARDING HORSES. 1 STOCK IN TrlESral'c..
CHAMBERS & CO.,
|Telephone 550 | Cor. FORSYTH & HUNTER Sts.
Three Eve Medicine!
a Superior Medicine fas Granulated Lid’, Chronic In
ti moo i n of Lids. General Weakness of Sighr,
Catarrh of the Eyes Ulcerated B ills, Stys
and all Diseases of the Eye.
When asking the public for their favorable consideration of
this new medicine. I am aware that several very good ones
already exi“t; but I believe in medicines, as in other things,
here ie always room at the top,” and I think I have made
medicine eo stood that it wdl make for itself a place whi -h
h superior qualities will enable it to hold It is hardly pos
sible in these days of exaggeration and highly colored state
ments to sell a medicine, no matter how good it may be. or
how much superior to other similar preparations, without pub
lishing some incredible story of its remarkable properties, its
miraculous power, and the mysterious discovery of its wander
ful foreign ingredients. «
The neople have become so accustomed to these untruthful
and absurd announcements, that the plain truth, told in ordi
nary language, is hardly noticed Nevertheless, I intend,
when introducing Cain’s Three Eye Medicine to adhere to
plain truthful statements, and if this will not sell it I will let
it remain unsold. My dependence, however, is mainly on the
impression the medicine will make for itself. If it is good the
people will have it; if it is not, they sir uld not be deceived
into buying it. I believe I have one of the best medicines in
the world, and many of my customers think 1 am right. Its
action is prompt, powerful and pleasant. I know this, that if
you have any use for an eye medicine, this will please you. It
is sure to give relief, and save vour money.
J. V. M. CAIN, Manufacturer,
265 W. Peters Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Price 25 Cents.
PAI T xIW D OIL*.
A. P. TRIPOD.
45 DECATUR STREET,
Liibncatinj Oils and Greases
“Nonpawcil Cylinpm,” “Lakooline,” “Eureka K
gine,” “Extua Machine,’’ “Gate City Grease.”
West Virginia Black Oil, all grad*.a; Signa’., Lar
Caetor, Paraflne, etc.
ORDERS SOLICITED * OfiALUY RO AR AWTEEP
I Make It.
All the MirtHanis Selllt.
CAPT. JACK SMYTHE,
120 Clark Street
Application will be made to the present legislature
for she passage of a Lili to be eutitlod “An act to amend
an act estab isbing a new charter for the city of Atlanta,
approved February 28th, 874. and the several acts
amendatory ther<of. >o as to provide that if hereafter
the sale of ardent spirits or other fermented diiuks
shall be lawful in said city, the sale of the same shall
be confined to the central business portion of said city,
as described i a this act, and fixing the price or sum for
which each licence to retail sha 1 issue and for other
Atlanta Milk, Butter and Ice
WlLLDelher promptly to all parts of the city Sweet
Milk. Pure Creatr, Butter Milk, Clabber and Ice.
Telephone 1064. SC Peachtree street.
HALL TYPE WRITER.
As good t£ the best. Price $40.00. Sold on instal
HASKELL dt LINDLEY,
Genera! Agents. 27 Whitehall sired
tewfimi/ Ms I
The Strongest and Most Prompt
Issues the Most Comprehensive and
Cheapest Accident Policy of any
At Death from Accident or on the Loss ot Two Limbs or
Eyesight, with |25 per * e k during temporary disable
$17.75 PER YEAR.
Same policy as above, with $1,667 payable on loss of
one limb, for $20.25 per year. Also Insures workmen
in mills and factories, under co-onerative blanket poll
ciea, at small cost. Also insures employers of labor
from claims for dan ages arising from injuries to work
Hear what F B Shepard manager of the United
States Life Insurance Company, says of it:
Atlanta, Ga., February 2,1887,
Received of Endicott A McCotnber, attorneys of the
Employers’ Liability Assurance Company, by Haskell 4
Lindley, agents tor the State of Georgia, two hundred
and twenty one dollars and forty-four cents ($221.44’. in
ftjll discharge and satisfaction of atl claims under policy
No 10.533, in respect of an accident to me on the 13th
day of December, 1886. F. B. SHEPARD.
Haskell & Lindley,
STATE AGENTS. 271-2 Whitehall Street,
r pHE ATLANTA CAPITOL BAND.
E C. FORD, pres, pro tern, and business m’c’r.
WM. HOBBS, secretary. *
JOHN BRUCE, lender and director.
F A. DILLE. e flat cornet.
W. g HARP. Ist b flat cornet.
JOHN OPPENSHAW. 2d bflat cornet.
ALONZO Harvey, solo alto.
WM HOBBS. Ist alto.
G. OPPEN SHAW. 2d alte.
T. D BELL, Ist tenor
W. L. BRYaN. 2d tenor.
E. C. FORD, baritone.
JOHN MARSTON, tuba.
W. F. HOBBB, bass drum and cymbals.
G B. PARKER, snar* drum.
The Atlanta Capitol Bard plays for concerts or pa
rades. either braas or string. Call an I. O. Ferd, at
Spence's carriage shop, 83 Decatur, for terms, etc.
ARRIVAL Sc DEPARTURE OF ALL
TRAINS AT ATLANTA.
X. r., v. a G. b’t.
*No. 12, tor Rome,
n and Memphis .. 100 pm
*No. 14. tor Rome,
n r 1 and Memphis 7 35 am
n ’ >o 13, for Savan-
n and Jacksonville, 705 pm
*No. 15, for Savan
n nah, Brunswick
and Jacksonville, 605 am
■ *No. 16 tor KU' x
o ville and NY 600 pm
1 CENTRAL RAILROAD.
‘ *No 2 to Sav ... 650 am
u *No. 14, to Macon.. 8 30 am
+No 20, to Hapevl 12 01 pm
n * ” 12 ‘‘-Macon. 2 00pm
7 “ 18 “ Barns’l. 300 “
i “ 16 to Barn vl, 6 10 “
* “ 4 “ Sav 650 “
n w. A A.
*No. 3toChatta.. 750 am
* “ 1 “ “ 140 pm
i “ 14 “ Rome .. 345 “
“ 17 ‘ Marieta 440 “
n* “ 19 “ Cbatt.. 550 “
* .. -J u .. yOO p m
ATLANTA A WEST POINT.
*Mo, 50 to Mont.... 120 pm
* “ 2 “ LaGran. 455 •*
* ” 52 ‘‘ Mont . ..10 00 “
* “ 54, to Akron
n and Coluu bus .645 am
G ORGIA RAILROAD.
*No 2to Augus.. 800 am
32 “ Decat’r. 9 00 “
n ‘‘ 30 “ Cla’k’nl2 10 pm
n * “ 28 ‘ Angus.. 245 “
n ” 10 “ Coving. 610 ‘‘
* “ 4 “ Augus ~ 730 “
0 RICHMOND A DANVILLE.
• *No. 53 t. Chari’tte 7 40 am
n “41 ” Lula 430 pm
*•“ 51 “ Charl'te 600 “
it GEORGIA PACIFIC.
*No. 50, to Staikvll 8 15 am
it No 54, t' Taipoosa 635 pm
*N->. 52 to Bir'm.. 950 pm
E. T., V. A G. R’Y
♦No. 14. day Ex.
Trom .Sav & Fla.. 7 20 am
♦No. 11, Cin Mem
Ex fr- m North.. 330 pm
♦No. 13,day Ex frm
North ... 650 pm
♦No. 16 Fast Mail
from Florida .545 pm
♦No. 15, Rome Ex.
from North 1015 pm
♦ “ 3, “ Dav 7 15 am
f “ 15, “ Barn’vl. 7 45 “
T “ 17, fm Barn’vl, 9 50 “
*No. li fm Macon 105 pm
+ “ 19, “ H pev’l, 1 40 “
♦ “ 1, “ Sav. ... 540 “
* “ 13, “ Macon,. 9 40 pm
-No. 12, from Chat 2 23 am
* “ 20, “ “ 630 “
“ 17, “ Ma’ta 800 “
“ 14, “ Rome.ll 05 “
* “ 4, “ Cbat 144 pm
♦“ 2. “ Chat.. 635 ‘
ATLANTA A WEST POINT.
* No. 53, fm Mon.. 6 1' am
♦ 1 “ Labra. 915 “
♦ “ 51, “ Mont.. 125 pm
* “ 55. ” Akron
and Columbus. 545 ‘‘
♦No 3, fm Angus. 6 40a
“ 9, Coving. 755 “
“ 31, “ Decat’rlu 15 “
* •• 27, “ Angus. 100 pm
“ 29, “ Clk’hn. 220 “
♦ ” 1, “ Augus. 545 “
RICHMOND A DANVILLE.
No. 40, fm Lula... 825 am
♦ “ 50. “ Charlttel2 2u pm
♦ “ 52, “ “ 940 pm
♦No 53 fm Rg’ham 6 40 am
“ 55, Tal’posa 900 “
* “ 51, •'* Starkvlle 5 45 pm
♦Dm Dy. -j-Daily ex ept
Sunday j Sunday only
All other trains daily except
Brunswick & western railroad.
FOR THE WEST, NIRTH AND SOUTH.
Brunswick, via B. & W Iv 6:00 am 7:58 pm
Pyles’ Marsh iv *6:27 am *4:38 pm
Jamaica )v 6:54 anr 8:16 pm
Waynesville Iv 7:32 am 9:23 pm
Hoboken Iv 8:29 am 10:27 pm
Schiatterville Iv 8:41 a m *lO :46 p m
Waycross . ar 9:05 am 11:15pm
Savannah, via S. F& W ar 11:55 am 6:10 am
Call han ar 11:26 a m 5:25 a m
Jacksonville .ar 12:00 m 6:15 am
Jac- sonville, via S. F. <fc W . Iv 7:00 am 8:15 p m
Callahan Iv 7:33 am 9:05 pm
Savannah .. .Iv 7:06 am 1:30 p m
aycro.-s, via B. & W ... Iv 10 :u0 a m 11:30 o m
Pea r son ... Iv 11:15 am ]2 :48 a m
Alapaha Iv 32:30 pm 1:53 am
TyTy Iv 2:«'3pm 3:llam
Sumner Iv 2:bpm 3:26am
Willingham Iv 2:44 pm
Davis ,lv 3:' : opm
Albany .. . ar 3:25 pm 4:45 am
Blakely, via C. R R ar 7:20 p m
Columbus ar 1:55 pm
Macon ar 8:24 p m 9:04 a m
Atlanta ar 12:15 a m 1:05 p m
Marietta, via W. &A. ar 1:24 am 2 :30 p m
Chattanooga ar 5:55 a m 7:07 p m
Louisville, via L. & N ar <1:40 p m 6:30 a m
Cincinnati, via Ci .So .. ar 6:45 p m 6:40 a m
FROM THE » KST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
Cncinnati, via Cin. So !■/ 7:55 am 8:10 pm
Louisville, via L. &S T ... .Iv 7:50 a m 8:40 p m
Chattanooga, via W r & A .... Iv 9:05 pm 8:05 am
Marietta Iv 1:28 a m 12:53 p m
Atla ta, via C. R. R Iv 2:25 a m 2:00 p m
Macon .... Iv 6:15 am 6:10 pm
Columbus » .Iv .... 11:30am
Blakely Iv 7:20 a m
Albany, via B. & W Iv 11:00 am 10:10 p m
Davis Iv 11:25 a m
Willingham Iv 11 :41 a m
Sumner iv 12:13 pm 11:13 pm
TyTy Iv 12:32 pm 11:28 pm
Alapaha Iv 2:llpm 12:43 am
Pearson Iv 3:30 p m 1:43 a m
Waycross ... ,ar 4:49 pm 3:<oam
Savannah, via. F. & W ar 7:58 pm 11:55 am
Callahan ar 6:57 p m 5:25 a m
Jacksonville ar 7:35 p m 6:15 a m
-avannah, via S, F & W Iv 2:05 pm 8:15 pm
Callahan Iv 2:47 pm 9:05 p m
Savannah J v 1:30 p m 8:45 p m
Waycross via B. & W Iv 5:05 pm 3:15 am
Schlatterville Iv 5:32 p m *3:41 a m
Hoboken Iv 5:51 p m *3:56 a m
Waynesville Iv 6:53 pm 4:55 am
Jamaica Iv 7:33 pm 5:35 am
Pyles’ Marsh Iv 8:00 p m *6:05 a m
Brunswick „ar 8:28 p m 6:40 a m
♦Stop on signal.
Purcuase tick ts at the station, and save extra fare
collected upon the train.
The mail ’rain stops at all B. & W. stations.
Connections made at Waycross to and from all nointa
on Savannah, Florida & Western Railway.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Mann Boudoir Carsnnon
Jacksonville and Cincinnati Expres.-.
First-class car through between Brunswick and At
lanta. F. W. ANGIER, A. G. P. A.
J. A. McDUFFIE, G. P. A.
A. A. G ADDS, V. P. AG M.
THE FLORIDA. SaoarUNE* ( E. T.
V. & G. Ry.) Ga. Div.
Three (3) daily last trains Atlanta to Jacksonville.
See tollowing schednle in effect Nov. 14,1886:
No. 15. I No. 13, No. 11.
, Express, Mail. Cannonball
Lv. Atlanta 6:00 a.m.i ):30 p m 12:00 night
Ar. Macon 9:?5 am. 6:50 p.m. 3:20 am.
Lv. Macon 9:30 a.m. 1:05 p.m. 3:25 a.m.
Ar. Jesup ... 3:15 a.m. 1:05 a.m. 8:25 am.
Lv. Jesup 3:30a.m 1:15a.m. 8:35 a.m.
Ar. Waycross 5:00 a.m. 2:45 a.m. 9:50 a.m.
Ar. Callahan ?. 6:50 am. 4:30 a.m 11:27 a.m.
Ar. J ack sonville 7:30 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 12:00 noon
Ar. Savannah 7:58 am, 6:10 a.m. 11l :55 a.m
The East Mail and the Cannon Ball carry sleeper,
through to Jacksonville. This schedule places us be
yond competition, and we acknowledge no competitor
for Florida business. We are 44 and 116 miles nearer
than any other line, and the only line running solid
trains Atlanta to Jacksonville. For further information
write to or call on S. C. Ray, P. A., Charlotte, N. C.;
Thad C. Sturgis, Atlanta; Jack W. Johnson, T. A., At
anta: L, G. Ellis, A G, P. A.; B, W Wrenn, A. P A.
A CARROLLTON RAILROAD.
Rome, Ga., Dec. 26, 1886.
Taking effect Sunday, December 26, 1886, trains will
run as follows until further notice:
„ No. 1. No. 3
East Rome. 7:00 am 3 :00 pw
g°J“ es 7:05 am 3:05 pm
Holders 7:16 am 3:16 pm
Chambers 7:27 am 3:27 pm
New Bethel 7:41 am 3 :41 pm
Summit 7:52 am 3:52 pm
® r ?5*•••••• 8:00 am 4:00 pm
Lake Creek 8:05 am 4:05 pm
Py?’ B 8:18 am 4:18 pm
Cedartown 8:4O am 4:40 pm
„ No. 2. I No. 4.
Cedartown 9:20 arm 5:20 pm
?y* rß 9:38 am 5:38 pm
Lake Creek 9:51 am ‘ 5:51 pm
Brook’ 9:56 am 5:56 pm
Summit 10 :04 am 6:04 pm
New Bethel 10:11 am 6:11 pm
Chambets 10 :23 am 6:23 pm
Holders 10:36 am 6:36 pm
Holmes 10:47 am' 6:47pm
Eaat Rome 11:00 am 7:00 pm
Connecting with the £. 4 W. R. R. of Alabama at
Cedartown; also the Rome Railroad and the E. T., V. A
Ga. R. R, at Rome.
J, D. WILLIAMSON, J. H. GARNER,
Indian Spring, Ga.
W. A. ELDER, Prop’r.
Season of 1887.
Our bed-rooms are large and airy, and have been
much improved by repaint, ng them and placing blinda
The table is tirst-class. Service prompt and polite.
Climate good. No mosquitoes or sandflies. Good
hand ol music through the season.
The water is uneqnaled in America, and we refer
with confidence, to any one who has given it a trial.
For analysis, terms, etc., address
ED. A. ELDER, Kanager.