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GEORGIA AND FLOTUDA. NEWS OF THE TWO S TAXES TOLD IN PAUAGIi VPIIS. * A Young Shoe Merchant of Augusta loge SBOO at Cards, and Hi* Father Brings Suit Against the Winnerg- Judge Speer Suing for a Half Interest Ip IS* Acres Qf hand lu Jackson County. GEORGIA. The I’reshyterians 'or Griffin are going >o build a church. Bartow possesses a fine marble bed near Euharlee, cold and silver property all ■ along the Allatoona ridge, and iron and manganese beds ou every lot in the county. In the case of the Herring Sale Com pany against Baker county the Supremo Court affirmed the judgment of the low. r which gives the ca"e to the flounty. The business of Evans ,t Paul, at Smith- Tille, has been closed up by virtue ol a mortgage fi. fa. issued in favor of F. M. Farley, of Savannah. The liabilities are 17,500, assets SI,OOO, At icilljay the trial of 11. M. Bramlett, rx-Sberitt, for perjury, was heard before Bve justices of the peace, who discharged the prisoner. Upon the investigation it was clearly shown bv the State’s wit nesses that tho prosecution was mali eious. Dodge Superior Court will convene on the fourth Monday of this month. -Judge Hines, of Sandersville, will he in Eastman jtaaadAUWedne-day and Thursday of tue first the court, and will try the Bases it*>vhi<:h Judge Kibbee is dis qualified. Dan Anderson, the negro who shot Joe Tison (colored ), at Kockv Ford on Dec.3D, was arrested Tuesday by Drew Miller, was taken to Millen and committed the same betore 11. V. Lester, and carried to Sylvania jail to await his trial in tho Superior Court. The Mutual Life insurance Company, af New York, is now thinking of erecting in Atlanta the finest. Insurance building ever put up in the South aud tho chances are more thap favorable to the building. The work will be c mmenced in the iall 1 the company decides to build. It is learned on good authority that Judco Newman has definitely determined to appoint a clerk ot the District Court to succeed Colonel Buck, who has held that position lor upward of twelve years. The name of the person he has chosen is not given, but he is believed to be a prominent citizen ot Atlanta. H. A. Tilcbman. of Fayette county, has t yearling call that Is acuriositv. Tthas no tall, and never had one. It reeerablt s a cow in nothing but its head nnd feet. On one side of its tmek is a large liump like a camoi’s. It has a long mane like a lion’s, and long hair all over its body. The animal is healthy and active. The calf has several other peculiarities. James Adams, or.e of the carnenterson Col. L. A. Hall’s new building ut East man, fell from one of the verandas on Friday afternoon last, to the ground, a distance of 13 feet. Hardly bad the un fortunate man struck the ground, when a bundle ofshingles fell on him. striking him on the side, indicting serious injuries, besides those received from the fall. Messrs. Mcßoberts, of Kentncliy, and Hunton.uf New Orleans, have for several months past been operating the oia Fran cisco lead in the Allatoona district of Bartow county, near the Cherokee line, and they find it very profitable. They have just cut into two fine veins and have put a dozen or so of men ai work. Tho prospects are datteriug indeed lor the gentlemen owning the mine. Bud Howard last Friday night lefl Rocky Ford drunk. The next morning, not far from the depot, his horse was found dead, with both lees broken, having been killed by the train. Howard’s hat and-bottl-* were found lying near by, but nothing has been heard from bim'since the accident. It is not known whether ho was hurt or not, but it is generally supposed vi.at he must have been. At Augusta a young shoe merchant do ing a prosperous business lost SBOO a short whilesince at cards. As the young mer- considered iqost exetu plarY XTr-rna habits, the news was a great surprise to all who knew him. llis lather has taken the matter in hand and. through Judge Twiggs, has brought an action in trover against the two gentlemen with whom the money is said to have been lost. On Thursday before Christmas Elias Branch, sou of James Branch, of Laurens Bounty, was drown'd in the Oconee river while rafting timber. Diligent search was made at the time for the body, but without success. One day last "week, while F. T. Clark and two other gentle men wereen route to Darien they found the body of Mr. Branch a few miles below Doctortown and carried it to Darien for ouftul. Sunday morning tbe “Sbor.fly” train from Milieu came very near being wreck, cl. A boy car of one ot tbe freight trains going down during the night iumped the track, anil the flange of the wheels cut the bolts loose from the railing }n both sides, thus leaving them with nothing holding them. The track had slightly spread, and tho train goiug at tbe rate 01 about thirty miles an hour, the escape from being wrecked was cer tainly miraculous. Ben DeLoaoli, a negro, was tound deud Tuesday afternoon in Notchawav swamp, bn Mrs. l*etors’ plantation, about eight miles rmm Dawson. Saturday Ben went Otu huttsLg, and, not returning at night, tearch was instituted for nim. •Last Tues day he was found in the swamp, with a gunshot wound in bis breast. Coroner Daniel was notified and an inquest was held, the jury’s verdict being to the efl'ect that death was caused by tho accidental discharge of the gun. Dick Whitety (colored), car coupler in the yard oi the Savannah, Florida and Western railway at Albany, was badly aurt while coupling cars about dark Wednesday evening. In some wav one of bis arms was caught between the uouplings, and a piece o( flesh three or Tour inches long was taken out of the under part of the forearm. Tne bone was Dared, but not broken. The wound is a had one, and will disable the unfortunate ■nan for some time to come. Near Claytdn Wednesday night Sheriff. W. T. York and posse succeeded turing the notorious Jason CowanTiinTl bis two sons, Thomas ami David, t ow ard and his sons are under bond of f.iot) for their appearance at the March term of Rabun Superior Court to answer to the Bhargo of simple larceny. The old man is Implicated as an accessory to the intir- Ser ot old man Goddard byTilman Jtistln. It was reported that the revenue officials are after him for moonshining. The lecurlties on the bond became uneasy, tence the capture and delivery. James Bartley, the newly elected County Surveyor o( Dodge county, has ’ailed to make his bond to the Ordinary within tbe time prescribed bv law. and the probability is that tbeie will bo nu mber election ordered to till tho vacancy thus occasioned, though all depends upon .he action of Gov. Gordon in the premises, lunue llozar bus uotifled tho Oovornor of :he situation, and bis action is awal'ml with some interest. Why Mr. Hanley aas not tendered bis bond in the Ordinary s unknown, tie tins been County Sur veyor ol Dodge county for a number of tears, and at the last election bad no op ponent. r . Bwaiiisboro Pine Forest: Mr. Judson A. u VU 1 ’ ,t . l ! ac 1 a > was in our town la.it week, lie is to be one of the charter members of the Georgia Land and Immi gration Company w h-n it is incorporated. through ibis medium huo- onkood larmers Horn bis State will 5 be induced to come down here, men who are able to buy land and pay for it. A i meeting will be called in a few davselther ■ at s wainsboro or Millen, to take into con- I sidera’ion the best plans of incorporating, i etc. The books of the company will then be opened for all who desire to become members and to take stock. The object of the company Is to buy and sell land aud | to induce immigration. At about 1 o’clock Wednesday Emmet A. Aicardl left Albany, with attendants, lor Chickasawbatcbie, Terrell county, where he expected to wed Miss Blanch j Lunday at the home of her parents Wed- I nesday evening. Mr. Aicardi and JIDs ! Lunday are the two young lovers who tried to elope on last Sunday morning, j brief particulars ol which, without giving tue narnis, were published in these ool ! utnus. A former lover of the young lady | left Albany ahead of Mr. Aicardi with ! the avowed intention of marrying her if j sne would consent; so there is no telling, ! at this writing, who the happy groom is. : It is eighteen miles out to Chickasaw- I liatehie, and Mr. Aicardi and bride,or Mr. : Aicardi and party, as the case mav be, ! had not returned up to a late hour Wed nesday night. There is aoasoin Jackson court which creates quite a sensation. Judge Emory Speer b is entered suit against his old friend Bose Duke, and claims that a half interest in 187 acres of land belonging to Dukes is his. Messrs. Erwin & Simpkins represent Speer and Col. I’ike represents Dukes. It will be remembered that Dukes and Speer were warm iriends in the poli tical campaigns of the latter. Speer’s friends say that, Speer 1 aned Dukes some money to buy this land, and that Dukes hns had the use of the money tor some years. Dukes is very Litter against Judge Sp er, and is u*pnricd to have stated that j tie bad some rich disclosures to make I when the case came up for trial; that lie would have every word of tue evidence taken down and published, and a copy sent to President Cleveland. At Cedartown Wednesday Miss Lula Hurst, the great electrical wonder, who created suoii a furore three years ago, was married to I’aul M. Atkinson, who was her manager during her stage life. The couple were to have been married dui ing tueir tour of the United Staies.but friends interposed for several reasons. It was feared that marriage might weaken the strange power out of which the girl was making so much money; besides, it was advisable that Miss Lula should go to school a little longer. When SIOO,OOO was put away the family concluded that , they had money enough upon which to re tire. Miss Lula was sent to Shorter Col lege, in Rome, and Mr. Atkinson was taken into confidence by the family and aided In the investment of the fortune. Last December Miss Lula concluded her education and went home to get married. Atkinson is now engaged in the manufac ture ot scales in Chattanooga, and in that city the couple will live. J. S. Lee, a Chinaman, now said to be a guest at the Highland Dark Hotel, Aiken, visited Augusta Wednesday and reg istered at the Central. Later, in company with Mr9. M. E. Vanderpool, a Northern lady, he entered the dining room of the hotel. Instantly there was a “kick.” One gentleman flatly refused to sit at table with a Chinaman and left the room, others • protested and complained very bitterly to the proprietor, and are still very indignant over the matter. Lee, who, by the way, registered in Chinese Hieroglyphics, aud his companion, con tinued their meal unmolested, and lef- the oty on the 4:17 (Aiken) train. The com plaints ot the guests were so positive that the matter soon went the rounds and for a time was turned over and over by the gossips. The hotel people knew Lee was a Chinaman. They also knew hint to be wealthy and a tqurlst. He has been en tertained at the Highland Park in Aiken, they say, and there it was that his ac quaintance with Mrs. Vanderpool was made. The two happened to go over to Augusta together, it seems, and, by invi tation of Lee, the lady dined with him. • FLORIDA. The main building of the hotel at Sil ver Springs Park is up, and commands a i splendid view. The hotel will be three stories high and have sixty-five rooms. A large corps of surveyors are at work getting ready for the great sale of the trustee of the Florida Winter Home Com pany, who is soon to sell all the lands at Orange Park and Ridgewood to the highest bidder at public auction. The shad fishermen ot Palatka report the heaviest run of shad for the season on Saturday and Sunday nights, and on Mon day flight the eigDt boats in Reynolds’ camp at E. S. Bugby’s place in East Pa latka caught 2,600 very fine shad. The Fruit Growers’ Association at Orange Park have built a large two-story packing bouse near the depot.. This is a stock company, composed of permanent residents, wbo have made a gieat sueoess in strawberry culture and small fruits. Saturday night. Bud Pavia, Captain of a Choctawliatchie lighter, picked up the body of John T. Waters, the fireman of ihe steamer Santa Rosa, whose acci dental drowning was recorded last week. The body was found in the mouth of Cbootawbatehie bay, and buried at Frigid point, near White Bluff. Capt. Porter says that the mocking birds ot Dade count y do not sing. He has bought some Leon ’county songsters to learn the naughty birds ol his section to siug. Another strange thing about. Hade county is that there is not a road in tho county. People there generally travel by water, or ride along the beach or through the woods. The forest trees are all tropi cal and different from other sections of the State. A 'Tallahassee lady discharged her colored servant recently and got up tile j next mol ding to hnd her choice flowers l dug up and destroyed. Last week | another lady discharged her colored ser j vant, who was sister to the first girl dts | charged, the same thing having happened i to this lady’s flower yard. Suspicion rested ! upon the girl,and after some investigation ! sufficient evidence was buttoned to con i' vict her, aud she is now serving her coutt j try in the chain gang. Asa result of the call for a meeting of orange growers to convene at City l’oint on Saturday, Feb. 5, a good number of I representative men were present, Vari- I ous questions of interest were freely <|i. , cussed, but tho chief interest centred on ] tue Orlando exhibition. It was resolved! send an exhibit of Brevard county pro. mjicts under the auspices of tiie Indian i River Fruit ar.d Vegetable Growers’ As-1 Roolaticm aud to invite growers' to co-op orate under this head. Thomas F. Moore, one of Laso Jack son's fanners, cutup his lands last year Into six one-horse farms. One lie culti vated himself, put on fertilizers and worked it with system. The result was • twelve bales of lint cotton, besides other crops. The five colored tenant* who j leased the other live farms scratched over their lands as usual without lertill- 1 zers or system, and all combined only j made ton halos ot cotton. ’This is the ss. oi'i Wtl bard times among tho colored 1 people. oVa At St. Augustine another daring burg lary has been attempted, and the old city escaped from what might iinve proved a dangerous conflagration. Burglars re moved n pane ot glass from a front win dow in the store or George Myers Sr, Cos , on King street, and ' oiawllng* through this aperture attempted* to break open the money till, by cutting It loose, fearing the alarm attached thereto. Possibly being disturb ed or alarmed they left it" unopened, but lelt a light-d lamp whlcu they Imd used immediately under the drawer. When the store w-as opened Thursday morning the till had the bottom nearly (burned out and a lot of o and papers were just begin ning to Ignite. Alow minutes more and ail would have been iu a blaze. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1887. The Secretary of the National Treas ury has accepted an offer of compromise in the suit brought against tne bond of W. W. Wharton, wno defaulted three years ago, while occupying the position of Clerk of the United States Court and United States Commissioner in Pensa cola. the amount of the defalcation being $2,300, with interest to date. The basis of the compromise was the payment, by Wharton, who is in Houston, Tex., of S4OO, and the retention of the fees of his successor, Maj. F. C. Humphreys, who was defendant in the suit against the bond. No criminal proceedings have ever been instituted in Ibis connection. The suit against the bond will be dis missed upon the convening of tho Dis trict Court in this city, March 7, next. Henrv Booth, Inspector In charge of the Fourth division. United States Postal Department, who was in Pensacola for the purpose of ascertaining that the re quirements relative to the establishment of a letter-carrying service in that city had been complied with, will report to the effect that nothing has been lett undone by the authorities and citizens, and that everything requisite to the establishment of the service is ready to hand, with one exception. The latter is the cramped quarters in which the post office is at pres ent located, and which renders ab solutely impossible the proper per formance of tho duties of the service. lie will further report a recom mendation that the service be not given to Pensacola until the completion of the Federal buiiding. at the same time urging upon tne notice of the proper parties the necessity of completing tne post office compartments of the latter as speedily as possible. He will say that, aside from the inadequate facilities, the business importance of the city is 9ucb that it should long ago have had a system of mail carriers. Ocala Free Press: The Free Press of a few weeks ago contained an account of an attempt to kill a negro by another, and whose body was placed on the railroad track near Ockiawaba station. The negro came to lite sufficient to get oft' the track in time to Keep trom being run over by the train. He was found by friends, who carried him to their home and was cared for. After recovering strength he made a raid on hi3 friends’ money and anew suit of clothes, afterward taking his de parture. A warrant was issued for him and seut to the Sheriff here to arrest him. He was iound early one morning last week and placed in jail. At the Inal be fore Justice Cordero new developments came to light. He gave his name at the trial as Sunny Small, but alter being placed in jail to await the aetionxir the next term of court, he told sheriff Williams that his real name was Emanuel Williams, and made a clear contession of his past career. He informed the sheriff that he was an es caped convict sent to the penitentiary from Alachua county, but had made his escape. He also confessed to having robbed those who oared for him, and showed the sheriff a roil of money, but it was more than that claimed to have been stolen. The sheriff has written to the penitentiary authorities to come after him. After serving bis unexpired time on the chain gang, be will be sent back to this county for trial for burglary. Toe negro wbo attempted to kill Williams is still at large. Janies Lick’s Estate, "Gath’* in the Cincinnati Bnquirer. lir. C'ohen, of California, who has been a prominent lawyer on the coast, about the laie James Lick recently said: “1 made the interpretation of Mr. Lick’s will, whloh the courts out there accept ed. Like many such wills, drawn up by eccentric philanthropists, its interpreta tion was a dubious matter. Not only was tne will liable to be misconstrued, but there were heirs wbo came forward with claims. In order to save something to the people I proposed that the trustees of the estate dismiss these heirs by a compro mise. The principal heir got about $350,. 000 it I correciiy remember. There will not bo enough money, probably, to oarry out all of Mr. Lick’s provisions, but a good deal will be done. “Mr. Lick was a rather queer man to have a passiou for astronomy. 1 have seen him often in California. He wore a high coat collar and a strange kind of a necksearf. and a handkerchief of a sort of an old-fashioned caiioo pattern. The people out there wonder where he got those scarfs from, as nothing like them could be found on the coast. He went out there at an early day and bought ground by tho acre, where the city over spread, until it was sold in costly build ing lots. Srnnm’o Jlvon ivttirro. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROS! RATION MALARIA • CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROyBLES FOR SALE BY ALL. DRUG GISTS The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red Lines on wrapper. take no other. Saif Oaioant. B*" Parker’s kask balsam tho popular favorite for dreiwinff tho hair, lUMrtorinjf color when Jfrr. and prevent mg DandrtfH’. It clean sea tho scalp, stop* the hair failing*, and 1b ..tiro to pIMM, ftOc. a:nl SLOP ftt DrugK bts. ND£ ficORWS™ Thomifogt, Hurctit and beat euro for Corn*, Hmilono, Ftupfioll pain. EnKurt N c'tnifort lu the fret. Nvorrall to core, i cenii ut JJrufftfiitn. III:.cox & Cos., N. )| lilttatral. ThsWASHBURN AMERICAN CUITARS AND MANnm INFB.—. durak.fi, and poi**oa til* correct * ale. Warranted to fUnd in any cltrnato Aai your dealer for them. (.'niiUonu* maluxl fre ! y tho Manufacturer*. LYON \ MEALY, 102 StnW fct., Chicago. |rii,til iCntirro. (IKOUUIA, CHATHAM UOUNTV.—Notice It I I hereby given t all purtiet having do- | liiiind* against the estate of JOHN a. IiuKHKS. late deceased, to present them to | me, nroperly made out, within the time pre sertbed by law, so as to show their character and amounts, and all pertous Indebted to said deceased arc hcreny required to make Im mediate payment to me. AH:.in ~I . J.j.uleiJokJ^jUßLii. __ Slntjpinn. POST'S INDEPENDENT ST. JOHN’S KIVKR DAf LINE. Jacksonville, Green Cove Spring, Magnolia, St. Augustine. Palatka, Rolleston, Ormond, Daytona. Tne Swift and Elegant Steamer JOHN SYLVESTER, Krom Aetor Wharf 8:30 a. m. FAKE. Jacksonville and Pulatlcn SI OO Jacksonville and Sr. Augustine ] 25 Jacksonville & Green Cove Spring. 75 Jacksonvt le and Daytona 3 75 t T St. Augustine landing Passengers in iA new depot, centre of city, immediate vicinity of hotels. Connecting at Palatka wiih Florida Sgmth ern Railroad, leaviug at 2:05 r m. Connecting at Palatka with steamer Gom gia at 2 P. M. for San Mateo and all landings south to Drayton Island. Steamer Curlew for all landings north to Kat e’s Point. Roileston with Halifax River Railway for Ormond Daytona and Halifax co st. Passengers leave Palatka 2:15 p. m. Arrive DeLand 4:15 r. M.. Sanford 4:30 p. M. Freight taken at all hours. C. V. 11. POST, Gon'i Agent, on Wharf at Jacksonville. Sea Island Route. I t'oinnieneiii" TI E'SD.VV, June Ist, THE STEAMER S r r . IN I CII OL .A.S, LAPP. M. P. USINA, YITILL leave Savannah froir wharf foot of tV Lincoln street for DOBOf. D.VRiEV, RRUNSW iCK. and FhiiNAXDINA every TUESDAY and FRIDAY not earlier than 4 p. m.. ci’-y time, connecting at Savannah with Now York, Philadelphia, Boston aud Balti more steamers, at Fernandina with rail for Jacksonville aud all points in Florida, and at Brunswick with steamer for Satilia river. Freightreoeivedto withinhalfhourof boat’s departure. 4- reiglit not signed for 24 hours after arrival will he at risk oi consignee. Tickets on wharf and boat. _C. W ILH AMS. Agent. People’s Jrufeaentient Lire LTOU DODGY, DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, J? FERNANDINA AND SATILLA RIVER LANDINGS. The elegant steamer Pope Catllu, u'apt. W. H. Swift, leaves Savannah from steamer Katie's wharf on Mondays at 4 p. m. for Fernandina, Brunswick and nay landings. On Thursday at 4p. in. for Bruns wick and Satilia river and way landings. Re turning, loaves Bailey’s Mills 6 p. m. Fridays. Leaves Fernandina2p. m.Tuesdays. Freight and passage as low as uy any other line. For information, apply to J. G. MEDLOCK, Steamer Katie’s Wharf. For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE, Capt. J. S. BEVILL. YTiTTLLLEAVE EVERY WEDNESDAY at > > 10 o’clock A. M. (city time) for Augusta and way landings.* All freights payable by shippers. JOHN LAWTON, Managbr. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE FOR COHEN’S BLUFF AND WAY LANDINGS, steamer ETHEL, Capt. W. T. Gibson A will leave for above MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 6 o’clock p. m. Returning, arrive WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS at 8 o'clock p. m. For information, etc., ap ply to W. T. GIBSON, Manager. Wharf foot of Drayton street. PLANT ~ STEAMSHIP LINE. tampa, key west. Havana. TKI-WEKKI.r. SOUTH-BOUND. Lv Tampa Tue*., Thtirs. and Sat. p. m. Ar Key West Wed., Friday, and Sun. p. m. Ar Havana Tliurs., Sat. and Mon. a. m. NOKTII-BOUND. Lv Havana Thors., Sat. and Mon. noon. Lv Key West Thurs,, Sat. and Mon. p. m. Ar Tampa Friday, Sun. and Tues. p. m. Connecttng at Tampa with West India Fast Train to ami from Northern & Eastern cities. For Kinteroom accommodations apply to City Ticket Office 8., F. and W. Ry., Jack sonville, or Agent Plant Steamship Liao, j Tampa. O. D. OWENS. Traffic Manager. H. S. HAINES General Manager. Niederlandisch-AraerikaniscUe Dump lschifl- fahrts-Gesellsekaft. taiilicMieierkiiiliscliePost Billige Route nach und vm Deutschland. Postdampfer aegein von New York und Holland jeden Sounahend. 1. Cajuete(oinzeine Fahrt;s42 EatcnrbilletsJSO 2. “ ” •• 521 “ BO zwischknmick 10 den biliigston Freisco. GEN. AGENTUR: 25 South William street. New York. GEN. PAtS AOENTUIt: 18 and 20 Broadway, New York. AGENTEN:—At Savannah. Ga.—JOSEPH COHEN A CO. aud M. S. UOSULIUH A CO. llailroa&o. FOlt OiOIOJM D, DA YTON A A POINT? on the hi AST COAST. ST. JOHN’S A HALIFAX RAILROAD, THhi *-WHITE ROAD.” Daily Except Sunday. In efl'ect January lr>. 1887. SOUTH BOUND. Leave Savanuah via S.. F. AW. Ky. 7:ott a m Leave Jacksonville via J., T. AK. \V 12:30 p m Arrive Palatka 2-:15 p m Leave Palatka, J„ T. A K. . W, tferry) 2:20 p m 8:00 a m Leave Rolleston via St. J. # H. R. It 3:00 p in 8:30 a in Arrive Ormond s:ls p m 10:28 a m Arrive Day totia 5:45 pin 10:50 ain Making direct connection at Daytona with daily steamer* for points ou Halifax, Hills boro aud Indian rivets. NORTH BOUND. Leave Daytona via Si. J. & H. R R 7:0(1 am 2:3opin Leave Ormond 7:3oam iiOOpui Leave Itnlle ton.J ,T. A K. " . iferr.' 10:3S s m 4:55 p m Leave Palatka via J.. T. A 1' . 11:30 ain 5:00 pm Leave Jacksonville, S„ F. AW. Ky 2:OJ> p m r:lfi pni ; Arrive Savannah 7:53 pm liMOam Making direct connection at Palatka with J., T. A k. \V. lt’v, Florida Soul hern lt’y at, Augustine and Palatka tt’y and St. John’s river steamers for all points In Hie Fast and 'vest. K. 8. SPENCER, ti. p. A.. ra’uikM. Fla, I’. J. WHITE, President. Palatka. Fla. iUratljrr Strips*. WARNING! COLD DRAFTS STOPPED BY USING Rubber Weather Strips. A. B. COLLINS & CO i Sfttwina. OCEAN STEAMSHIP COM ¥ —tor— j New York, Boston & PiiilaflElpliia Passage t* New York. CABIN S2O EXCURSION r 82 STEERAGE 10 Passage to Boston. CABIN S2O EXCURSION 32 STEERAGE 10 Passage to Philadelphia. (via New Y'okk). CABIN $22 EXCURSION 85 STEERAGE 12 T’HE magnificent steamships of these lines are appointed to sail as follows—standard lime: TO IVEVV YORK. NACOOCHKK, Capt. F. KeMPTON. MONDAY, Feb. 14, at 10:30 A. M. TALLAHASSEE, Capt. W. H. FISHER, WEDNESDAY. Feb. 18. at 12:3) r. m. CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. H. C. Dag- OETT, FRIDAY, Feb. 18, at 2:30 p. u. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. J. W. CATHA • RINE, MONDAY. Feb. 21, at 5 p. m. CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. SMITH, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 23, at 6:30 A. M, TO BOSTON. CITY OF MACON, Capt. Wm, KELLEY, THURSDAY, Feb. 17, at 2 P. u. GATE CITY, Capt. D. Hepge, THURS DAY, Feb, 24, at 7 p. M. TO PHILADELPHIA. [FOR FREIGHT ONLY.] DFssoug, Capt. N. F. Howes, SATUR DAY, Feb. 12. at 8:30 a. m. JUNIATA, Capt. S. L. ASKINS, SATUR DAY', Teb. li), at 8;30p. m. Through billsof lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the Uni ted Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to G. M. SORREL. Agent. City Exchange Building. Merchants’ and Miners’ Transports* tion Company, FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN SI6OJ SECOND CABIN 120) JEXCUR&IOM 3HH THE steamship* of this company ar* sp A pointed to salt from Savannah (or Baltt more as follows—city time: WM.CRANK. Capt. Billups, SATURDAY Feb. 12, at 10:30 A. M WM. LAWRENCE. Capt. Snow, THURS DAY, Feb. 17, at3p.m; WM. CRANE, Capt. BtLLtTPS. TUESDAY Feb. 22, • at 5 P. M. WM. LAWRKNCF, Capt. Snow, MON DAY. Feb. 28, at 10;30 a. m. A*d from Baltimore on the davs above named at Sr.K. • 0,0 Through bills lading given to all points West, all tho marufaoturtng towns in New England, and to ports of the Unitea Kingdom and the Continent. JAS. B. WKBT * CO., Agents, • 114 Bav street. SlKi!r<t&o. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Rv. Quickest and beat route for all points in Florida south of Jacksonville. SCHEDULE in effect FEBRUARY 9th. 1881. Main line trains use 8., F. and W. Railway station in Jacksonville, making di rect connection with a!l trains from Savnn nah, the North and West. No transfer. GOING SOUTBh ' Cuban stations. Mail Dallv to Pass. Daily. Sanford. I-v Savannah... 8:15 0 m 7:06 am 7:()6am Lv .Jacksonville. 9:00 a m 19. 30 p m 3:3i p m Ar Palatka 10:50 am 3:15 pm 6:35 pm ArDeLand 1:50 pm 4:15 pm 8:00 pm Ar Sanford 1 43 p m 4:to p m B::spm Ar Titusville . 3:05 png Ar Orlando 6:24 pm ..... ArJSariow 9;oopin Ar Tampa a:SO p m Leave Jacksonville (St. Augustine Uivi sion) 9:05 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm. Arrive St. Augustine (at. Augustine Divl -8iou) 10:30 a m. 2:80 p m,Ji:3O p m , GOING NORTH—Leave Tamna 8 00 p m (Cuban mail) and 9:20 am; Orlando 12:00 night. 7:26 a m and 1:28 pm; Sanford 1:15 a 111, 8:50 am and 2:45 p in. Arrive Palatka 4:15 and U::10<1 m, 6:30 p m; Jacksonville 6:80 a in. 1:28 and 7:40 p in, connecting for all points North and West. J.eave St. Augustine 8:30 am, 12:00 and 4:CO pm. Arrive Jacksonville 10:00 am. 1:20 and s:2o))in. . 12:30 p m Cuban mall train (South) has through Pullman sleeper from New York to Tjttnpa, and connects with steamers for Key West and HaooPwsgu4sdav, Thursday and ! Saturday nights. mail train (Northward) has Pullmaiiswfcper through to ; Washington. No change of ears between Jacksonville and Tampa. liiroct connections with Florida Southern Railway at I’aiatka for Guinesvilltu Ocala and Leesburg, and with St. .1, and H. R. R. for l)a>lona. At Titusville with steamer •‘Rockledgo" for all noints on Indian river. 1.. ('. DFMIN'G, Gen. Ticket Agent. M. K. MORAN, Gen. Supt. allUH’tltl}. Deß AR Y-BA YA™ SVlercSiants’ Line. THE FAVORITE St. John’s River Route. r |MIE elogapt steamers of the Dcßary-liava I Merchants’ Line, running between Jack. • vllle and Enterprise, on the Saint John’s river, Florida, cunnot lie surpassed for speed, safety and comfort. Through Steamer leaves wharf of S.. F .V W ll’y CO. daily on arrival of Fast, Mail, due at 12 M. The Palatka and Sanford Division, known as the Daylight Line, has become very popu lar and Is ihe Favorite Rome for the Tourist and Traveler, steamer leaves Palatka and <ilv, exeept Sunday, at 9:15 A si., arriving at San ford at 6:6(1 r, M., Enterprise 7p. u. Close connections made with all Lines di verging fop points in the Interior, Sonth Flor ida, New Orleans and Havana. CHAS 11. FENWICK, . Agmi, IlaiiroaHo. Central Railroad. Savannah. Ga., Dee. 19. 1886. ON and after tins date passenger trams will run ns Daily unless marked which are Daily except Sunday. The Standard time by which thes" trains run la 36 minutes slower than Savannah city time. Lv savannah.... 10:00 am '8:20 pm 5:40 pm ArMUlcn 32:35 pm 11:03pm B:4spm Ar Augusta 4:45pm 6:lsum Ar Macon 4:50 pm 3:20 am Ar Atlanta 9:00 pm 7:20 am Ar Columbus .. 6:50 am 3:02 pm l Ar Montgomery. 7:09 prn . Ar Kufaula 8:50 pm Ar Albany 10:0S pm 10:50 am i assetigers for Sylvama, Sandersvlllc, ” rightsville, Milledgeviile and Eaton ton bdoulU lake 10:U0 a m tram. Passengers for Tbomaston. Carrollton, Perry, Kort Gaines, Talbotton. Buena Vista, Blakely and Clayton should take 8:20 p m train. Lv Milled 12:56 ppi 11:15 pm s;loam Lv Augusta 10:20 am u:3O pm Lv Macon 9:soam 10:50 pm Lr Atlanta 0:35 am 0:50 pin Lv Columbus 10:20 pm 11:15 am Lr Montgomery . 7:15 pm 7:ioatn Lv Eufaula 10:49 am Lv Albany 4:50 am 3:57pm Ar Savannah 6:00 pm 5:55 am 8:05 am Sleeping cars on alt night passenger trains between Savannah and Augusta, savannah and Macon. Savannah and Atlanta, Macon and Columbus. Train leaving at S:2O p m and arriving at 5:55 a m will not stop to put off or take on passengers between Savannah and Millen. Connections at Savannah with Savannah, Florida and Western Hallway for alt points in Florida. Tickets for all points and sleeping car berths on sale at citv office. No. 20 Bull street, and depot otlice 30 minutes before departure of each train. G. A. WHITE HE A D, _ Gi tiers! Pasaenger Agent. J. C. SHAW, Ticket Agent South Florida Railroad. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. ON and after SUN DA Y. Nor. 14, 1886, trains will arrive ana leave as follows: ’Daily. tDaily except Sundays. JDaily except Mondays. " Leave Sanford for Tampa and way stations *10:30 a m and *4:40 pm Arrive at Tampa.... *3:40 p m and *8:50 p m Returning re av e Tampa at *9:20 am and *B:Copm Arrive at Sanford . ‘2:30 a m and *1:00 am Leave Sanford for Kissimmee aud way stations at +s:oopm Arrive at Kissimmee at +7:00 pm Returning leave Kissimmee +6:40 am Arrive at Sanford +8:30 am Bartow branch. DAILY. Lv Bartow Junction— . „ 11:15 am 2:10 and 7:15 p m Ar Bartow, 12:03, 3:10 and 8:15 p m Returning Lv Bartow— -9:40 a m 12:50 and 5:30 p m Ar Bartow June. .10:40 am 1:40 and 6:30 p m PEMBERTON FERRY BRANCH. Operated by the Sonth Florida Railroad. 'Leave Bartow for Pemberton Ferry and way stations at 7:15 am Arrive at Pemberton Ferry at 9:40 am •Returniugleave Pemberton Ferry at 4:10 p m Arrive at Bartow at 6;35pm JLeave Pemberton Ferrv 7:40 am Arrive Bartow m +Leave Bartow 1:30 pm Arrive Pemberton Ferry 6:2opm SANFORD AND INDIAN RIVER R. K. Leaves Sanford for Lake Charm and wav stations +19:45 am and 4:50 pm Arrives Lake Charm. 12:16 a m and 6:20 p m Returning— Leaves Lake Charm.. 6:20 a m and 12:45 p m Arrives at Sanford... 8:00 am and 2:15 pm SPECIAL CONNECTIONS. Connects at Sanford with the Sanford and Indian River Railroad for Oviedo and points OB Lake Jessup, with the People's Line and Deßhry-Baya Merchants’ Line of steamers, and J. T. *K, W. Ry, for Jacksonville and all intermediate points on the St. John’s river, aud with steamers for Indian river and the UuperSt. John’s. At Kissimmee with steamers for Forts My ers and Bassinger and points on Kissimmee river. At Pemberton Ferrv with Florida Southern Railway for all points North and West, aud at Bartow with the Florida Southern Railway lor Fort Meade and noints South. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. Connects at Tampa with steamer "Marga ret” for Palma Sdla, Braidentown, Palmetto, Manatee, and all points on Hillsborough aud Tampa Bayß. Also, with the elegant mail steamships “Mascotte” and "Whitnev,” of the Plant Steamship Cos., for Key West and Havana. Through tickets sold at all regular stations to points North. Bast and West. Baggage checked through. Passengers for Havana can leave Sanford on Limited West India Fast Mail tram at 4:40 p. m. (stopuing only at Orlando. Kissim mee, Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City.) Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, con necting same evening with steamer at Tampa. FREDERIC H. RAND, General Freight and Ticket Agent. East Ten, Ta. & Georgia R. R. GEORGIA DIVISION. The Quickest and Shortest Line BETWEEN- SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA. pOMMENCING DEC. 19. 1888. the follow- VJ ing Schedule will be In effect: EASTERN LINE. tdnt Niyht Day S. % F.<£, W.Depot. EtoprtHH. Etoprti*. Kmjtreet. Lv Charleston.... 8:u0 aid B*o p ra 3:46 atn Ar Savannah.... 11:20 a m 7:oopui i.Ham LvMavannah .... 8:45 p m 8:46 pm 7:0!; H m Ar Jeaup 6:10 pm li :16 pm 8:40 ft IB Lv JesHp 6:*i u m 1:15 ft m 10:30am Ar Eastman 9:28 u m 4:sunin lisum Ar Cochran.. 10:02 pm 5:10 am 2:81 pni Ar Hawkinsville 8:15 a in 3:3ii p m Lv Hawkmsviile .... 1 .50 a m iU:l6~a"m Ar Macon 11:20pm 7:15 a in 4:onpm a v 11 '25 p m 7:3 r ) a m 4:05 p m Ar Atlanta 2:25 ani 10:60 an? 7:26 p m I.V Atiunta 2:85 a m 12:15 p m 6:<D pin Lv Powder Sp’gs 1:14 pm 5 :S5 p m ■S r Rome. ..... 5:25am 8:15 pm 7:55 pni Ar Dalton 6:49 am 4:46 pm 9:25 pni Ar Chattanooga. 8:20 a m 6:15 p m Lv Chattanooga.. 10:36 ain TTii p m Ar Knoxville. 3:05 pm 1:10 am lVl’o a;n Ar Bristol 8:20 pm 5:45 am 5:15 am Ar Roancke 2:50 a m 12:45 p m 12:15 p m Ar Nstur’lßridge 4:25 a m 2:29 pm 2:29 pm Ar Waynesboro. 6jio am 4 >23 m 4:2.1pm "dr Luray 8:20 am 6:43 jim 6:43 pm Ar slienando’Jc.ll ::!0 a m 0:* >pm 9:35 pm Ar Hagerstown.. 12:30 p m 10:30 )i in 10;30 p ni Ar Harrisburg. 3:30 pm l:2('ain 1:20 am Ar Philadelphia. 6:50 pm 4:45 am i :45 ain Ar New York..!. 9:8) pm 7:00 am 7:00 a m Lv Sbenando" Je 11 :B7 a m fl: 17 n m 9:87 p m Ar Washington . 1:48 pin 10:80 prn 10:3b p m Ar Baltimore 8:45 )i m 9:AC a in Lv CbiUiuiio(iga..l":4s am 7:10 n m “ Ar Memphis ;o:2onm 6:10 am Lv Memphis 10:45 a rn Ar Springfield .11:85 pm Ar Fort Scott ... 4:2oam Ar Kansas City . 8:20 am Lv Chattanooga 8:40 ain 7 :10 p m Ar Lexington .... 4:30 pm 4:00 ain ArCinelnnati 7:oopni 0:50 a m . Ar st. Louis 7:lo am l):4 1 p m Solid passenger tram • Brunswick and ,ichi> to Chattanooga. ’ Pullman Buffet cars leave Atlanta daily at 6:ou p m for New York without change via | Rome. Dalton, Knoxville, Bristol. Uouuoke : and Hagerstown. Pullman Buffet cars leave Rome daily at ’ 8:00 p in lor Washington without change via Roanoke and Shenandoah June ion. Pullman Buffet cars leave Jcsup dally at i ID6 ani and 6:20 pm for Atlauta. Chatianooea and Cincinnati Leighton Sleeping cars leavo Brunswick 1 daily at 9:05 p m for Macon. Tickets to all points North, East, West and Northwest can be purchased upon application to Mr. Wm. Bren. City Ticket Agent, and to ! depot ticket agent s., F. and W. Rv., Savan nah. bv this short line. 1,. J. ELLIS, Assistant Gen. Pass. Agent Atlanta. Ga. B. W. WItENN, General Passenger ai.d Picket Agent, RIESLING’S NURSERY^ , •' IJ I 4 E iiLU 8 r Hoad, PLAN a -BOUQUETS, DESIGNS, CUT A FLOWER* furnished to order. Leave orders at Davis Bros.’, corner Bull and York street*. leicpaoue 6*11*9. 1 - bo. Savannah. Florida & Westernßj~ 1 it'!,, 1 '”’" ™*Tfs.; un H E 4ODOwr I ' JNWAI ' AS ™ AIL ' 7:06 ain Lv Savannah „?F9P, a • p wayTos;;;;;;j> 12 30 p m Lv ... Jacksonville ... .Lv j-m . ® 4:40 pm Lv San ford jl 1 a m 8:50 pni Ar Tampa...'.:.". iLv PLANT STEAMSHIP LI VE P * Tues. Thursl T _ , „ . Sat.... p m j Lv...Tampa Ar j Wed, Erl, I . „ * J? es - P n I Sun pml Ar. Key West. ...Lv J‘ mr s,Sai Thurs, sat.) . Ir 5?. ou Pn Mon amj Ar Havana Lv Thurs,Sm ! i’uMman buffet cars New York to°T. 4 1,1 and Tampa to Washington. t 0 lam P - N L' V ORLEANS EXPRESS. 7:o6amLv. ...Savannah Ar 7-&s„ 8:42 a ill Lv Jesup v: 9:so_a mAr Waycross Lv tm £ * m Ar Callahan nTv T-i- Vr 1 - : , C^noon^ r '"-. jHckso nville ... Lv 2 0s£ ffl . -.W am Lv Jacksonville ... Ar 7*“? £ * < :33 am Lv Callahan Ar 6:57 £2 20a m Lv..."7.. W avcross.. . Ar —- n :< i5 llm i v Homerviile.,.„L T 3-55 ££) 11:15 a m Lv Dnoont ;,”PO il’sl ** ra t' iV vaidosta ::::."lv |.*55 I P m Lv Quitman Lv S : *a S™ i 1-22 pm Ar Thomasyille l.v I:4ft p^ 3:5p mAr Bainbridge. ..Twiilji 4:04 p m Ar. ...Chattahoochee . lTTlsoT^ 3H2 pm Ar "...Albany Lv Pullman buffet cars to and from .Jackson" 1 vine and New York, to and from and New Orleans via Pensacola, to si from Jacksonville and Louisville via Thomas 4 I•• Atlanta and Nashville, and Jackson vllie to Cincinnati via Jesup. acksog EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. 1:30 p m Lv Savannah Ar n-ss a , B:2?pm Lv Jesup Lv o-JI2S 4:2ip mLv Blacksbear Lv 9-34aSi 4:40 p tn Ar Waycross Lv 6:57 p m Ar Callahan Lv~uiT m 5 : -m P ™ ■i Vr Jacksonville ....Lv 7:ffo a S 5.00 pm Lv .Jacksonville Ar 8-55 am Callahan ... Ar e!u l £ 7:58 p in Lv Waycross. Ar~6 7 s7Tm £ : Jj® Pm Lv Ilomervlile Lv r>"lo m _:oopm Ar Dupont Lv 4£ £ 3:20 pm Lv Lake City ArlOinTij -ioo pm Lv Gainesville ArToTosTni -7:20 pm Lv Live Oak Ar 6:40 iS 9:19 pm Lv Dupont.......Ar 4-50 a m J0:91 pm Lv v aldo6ta Lv 4:05 afn 10:34 p in Lv Quitman Lv 8:35 a a H;?® >’ ra Ar Thomasyille ... .Lv 2:50 a m 12 50 am Ar Camilla Lv la £ 1.55 a ra Ar Albany. Lv 12:50 “ m Pullman buffet cars to and from Jackson ville an<i Louisville via Thomasville, Al. bany, Montgomery, and Nashville and Cincinnati to Jacksonville via Jesup. Pullman sleeping cars to and from Bartow ar.d Montgomery via Gainesville. ALBANY EXPRESS. 8:15 p ni Lv Savannah Ar 6:10 am 1 , 1 ;** 13 m Lv . Jesup Lv S :20 a m 4.30 a m Ar 4V aycross Lv 11:30 p m 5:25 a m Ar Callahan Lv 9:05 pm 6:1 am Ar Jacksonville ...Lv 8:15 pm ?:l® P m Lv Jacksonville ....Ar 6:15 a m 9:05 p m Lv Callahan Ar 6:25 a m 8=99 a m Lv Way cross Ar 11:20 pm 3:20 a m Ar Dupont Lv 10:00 p m : a m Ar 7 Live Oak Lr 7:2opm 49:05 a m Ar— Gainesville Lv• 3:56 p m 10:15 a mAr Lake City Lv S:2o~pm 2:45 a m Lv, Dupont Ar 9:35 pm £ : m am i' v Valdosta Lv 8:30 pm 6:10a in Lv Quitman Lv 7:55pm ara Ar Thomasville ....Lv 7:00p m 41:40 a mAr Albany Lv 4:00 pm Stops at ail regular stations. Pullman buf fet sleeping cars to and from Jacksonville aud M asbingtou, and to and from Jacksonville and Louisville via Thomasville and Mont gomery. Pullman buffet cars and Mann bou doir buffet cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon, and via Waycross. Jesup and Macon, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, through passenger coaches between Jackson ville and Chattanooga. THOMASVILLE EXPRESS. 9 ; 15 am Lv Waycross Ar 7:oopm 7:3Bam 1.v...... Dupont Lv s:2Bpm 8:37 a m Lv Valdosta Lv 4:15 pm 9:15 a m Lv Quitman Lv 3:30 pm 10:25 a m Ar.... Thomasville Lv 2:15 pin Stops at all regular and flag stations. JESUP EXPRESS. 2:45 pmLv . .Savannah Ar 8:30 am 6: 0 p m Ar Jesup Lv 5:25 a m Stops at all regular and flag stations. CONNECTIONS. At SAVANNAH for Charleston at 7:10 am, (arrive Augusta via Y’emassee at 1:45 p mi 12:15 p m and 8(23 p m; for Augusta and At lanta at 8:40 a ni aud 8:20 p m; with steam* •pip* f° r New York Monday, Wednesday and J-rlday; for Boston Thursday; for Baltimors everv flfth day. At .iksUP for Brunswick at 1:45 am (ex cept Sunday) and 8:50 am; for Maeou 1:23a ill, 8:4o a m and 6:20 p m. At W 4 YGKOSS for Brunswick at 3:15 am and 5:05 p in. AtCALLAHAN for Fernandina at 8:00 a in and 2:47 pm; for 4Valdo, Cedar Key, Ocala, etc., at 11:30 a m and 7:00 p m (.except Sun day.) At LIVE OAK for Madison, Tallahassee, etc., at 11 :C8 a m and 7:45 ;> m. At GAINESVILLE for Ocala, Tavares, Pemberton’s Ferry, Brooksville and Tampa at 10:30 am; for Cedar Key at 3:20 p m. AtALBANY for Atlanta, Macon, Montgom ery, Mobile, New Orleans, Nashville, etc At CH ATP A HOOCH EE for Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans at 4:14 pm; with Peo ple’s Line steamers advertising to leave for Apalachicola at 5:00p m Sunday and 4Vednes day. Tickets sold and sleeping car berths ss cured at BREN’S Ticket Office, and at taa Passenger Station. 4VM. P. H ARDEE, Gen’l Pass. Agent. R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. Charleston & Savannah Ry. Cos, C CONNECTION made at Savannah witt J savannah, Florida and Western Rail way. Trains leavo and arrive at Savannah bv standard time (fOtli meridian), which is3) minutes slower than city time. NORTHWARD. 45* 39+ 43* 47* LvSav’h.. 12:15 pm 1:00pm 7:10 am 8:23 pn Ar Ang'ta 1:45 pm Ar Beauf’t 8:10 pra 11:00 am Ar P.Royal 6:25 pm 11:20 am ArAl’dule 7:40 pm 11:20 am ArCha’ston 4:6opm 8.20 pm 12:25 pm I:2sam SOUTHWARD. 34* 42* <o* Lv Cha'ston 8:00 am . B:3opra 3:45 an Lv Ang’ta 9:2,1 am Lv Al’dale, 5:40 am 11:45 .... . . LvP.Royal 7:45 am 12:30 pm Lv Beauf’t . 8:00 am 12:46 pm Ar Sav'h.. .11:20 am 7:ooeim 6:41 an "Dally between Savannah and Charleston* fSiindays only. train No 47 makes no connection with Port Ito\al and Augusta Hallway, and slop* only ui llldgcland, Green I'ond and Kavcncl. Train 45 stops only at Yemassee and Green Pond.and connects for Allendalo daily, except Sunday. Trams 42 and 48 connect from and for lleaulort amt Port Royal daily, except Snndnv. ~ Fir tickets, sleeping car reservations and an other ini rmation, apply to William Bren, ■Special Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, and at ( liarlcston and Savannah Railway tlotet office, at V avannuh, Florida and Western Railway depot. C. 8. GADSDEN, Supt. Nov, it, 1888, Suimrltatt ffaUwtaq. City and Suburban R'y SAVANNAH. GA.. Nov. 18. 19*9- ON and after lUi SDAY. 16th wav., lh following schedule wiU be observed on the Outside Line: lTl! AVkAa aI V K LkA\ li I hBAVk CU V. CITY. :m,K lIOFK. j MON OMHt 10:25 A M 8:40 A M 8:14 a m 7:60 AJ* •;7:00 p r 2:00 r M 1:80 p m 1:00 T ■ On Saturdu' sand Soudsvs a train will M run. leaving city at 3:25 p m. and retnrnlna leave Montgomery at 5 p m and Isleof Hope** " •This'train will be omitted Suudays. .), „i. tram leave. President, 9W f/jM-fc, Old Papers, at the Counting . of tbo Morning News; 85 cents a tutored.