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MEETING OEJHE COUNCIL
Ordinance Passed for Certain Sanitary Sewers. AN ELECTRIC FRANCHISE FOR Eleventh Avenue Granted Mr. Cullom Scores a Victory- Bealers' Sanitary Im provement. The city council met yesterday after noon in special session at 5 o'clock. Present were Mayor Van Moose, Alder men Ward, Harrington, Pearce, Jackson, Gillespie, Meade, J. McKnlght, Parker and McCartin. Alderman Gillespie introduced an or dinance entitled "An ordinance lo pro vide for the construction'of certain Ban itary sewers." The ordinance was passed. The territory embraced in the ordinance has been previously noted. The board was petitioned by the resi dents In the vicinity of Healer's to make the sanitary Improvements, A unanimous vote of thanks was ex tended by the board to Mr. R. Ehrman for his offer of ten cars of stove wood, which he proposes to furnish free of charge to the poor of the city. The franchise sought by the Birming ham Hallway and Electric company to operate a street railway along Eleventh avenue to Fifteenth street was read and discussed at length. Alderman Gillespie moved that the contract be so amended as to project the proposed route from Twentieth street and Tenth avenue west to Nineteenth street, thence south to Eleventh avenue, thence westwardly along Eleventh ave nue to Fifteenth street. Alderman McCartin opposed the amendment. Mr. Cullom, on invitation, stated that Mr. Jemlson of the Electric Railway com pany had Informed him that the Bir mingham Railway and Electric com pany would not construct the line along Tenth avenue. Mr. Martin protested against the cross ing at Nineteenth street. Alderman McCartin moved that the amendment be laid on the table. Car ried by a vote of 7 to 6. The proposed route of the road along Eleventh avenue was then voted on and the franchise was granted, the vote be ing—ayes 7 nays 6. On motion of Alderman Enslen the board then went Into executive session. In the executive session the board al lowed an advance of 110 a month in the wages of the two city wardens and two street guards. City Street Tax Collector Gambrill was granted 4 per cent on further collections for the year. Nothing else of public interest trans pired, and tlie council adjourned. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she becamo Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, sho gave them Castoria. BANKHEAD AND CLARK To Cross Swords in Joint Discussion on the Financial Question. Hon. J. H. Bankhead reached the city today on hla return from a business trip to New York. To a State Herald reporter he stated that a letter reached him here, written several days ago by Hon. Richard H. Clark, accepting bis recent challenge for a joint discussion or the financial inten tion, one or more meetings to take place In each congressional district. Mr. Bankhead took special pains to re mark that lie and Mr. Clarke are warm personal friends and that the discussions will be conducted upon a high ground. The main question nt Issue will be, “the free coinage of both gold and silver w ithout reference to international agree ment." Mr. Bankhead advocating and Mr. Clarke opposing It. Senator Sayre of Montgomery will rep resent Mr. Bankhead in the arrangements of dates and places of meeting. Mr. Clarke Is now engaged, says Mr. Bankhead. In a very important law suit, and the discussions will not begin before about the middle of the month. This will be a meeting of the gladiators and will possibly prove the most thorough discussion of tills subject during the cam paign. Each side can but be perfectly satisfied with the match, as both men are recognized by their friends to be about even In ability. It will be an educational feast from slart to finish, not enjoyed by the masses since the days of the whlgs and democrats, and large audiences should greet them at every appointment. HOWARD COLLEGE. Special Meeting for the Appointment of Offi cers—Who They Are. According to the custom of the faculty of Howard college the gentlemen compos ing that body of literati assembled In special meeting Wednesday last and ap pointed the adjutant and the captains of the four companies. Only five officers re ceived appointments nt this meeting, but another meeting is to be held soon, when the non-commissioned ottleers and the remaining commissioned olllcers will be appointed. Below Is nppended an extract from thei order as promulgated by Col. Willis Hil lard Payne, successor to Col. Cieorge W. Macon, I'll. ]>., who recently removed to Macon, Ga., and become professor of modern languages In Merecr university, located at that place: Headquarters Howard Cadet Corps. Hast Bake. Oct. 2, ISM. By order of the faculty of Howard the following cadet officers are hereby ap pointed and arc to be obeyed and respect ed accordingly: Adjutant— Capt. J. F. Watson. A—Captain, W. C. Williams. B—Captain. Fuller Mynatt. C—Captain. W. J. Waldrop of East Lake (in contradistinction to W. .1. Wal drop of Bessemer, who is in Howard). P>—Captain. E. V. Smith. A. W. McGAHA, President W. H. PAYNE. Secretary and Com mandant of Howard Cadet Corps. In addition to the foregoing appoint ments the following students have re ceived commissions in the academic de partment: .1. T. Payne, adjutant, with the rank of captain; Fuller Mynatt. quartermas ter: .1. C. Smith, commissary. BAR MEETING. The Birmingham bar will meet today at 9:S0 o'clock In the city court room for the purpose of taking suitable action on the death of the late Mr. M. A. Mason. All members of the bar are requested to b» present. IN THE VARIOUS COURTS. Beal Eatate Transfer*. D. W. R. Mclver and wife to F. J. Pel (I zer, lot 7, block 50, and 60x80 feet on Av enue G and Twenty-fourth street and 257x70 feet on Highland avenue, near Twenty-first street; |1. D. W. R. Mslver to Arthur Pelzer, lots 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 3; lot 12, block 2; lots 9 and 10, block 4, Fulton, Wood &f Wood's addition to Woodiawn; $1. J. L. Worthington and Julia Worth ington to M. J. Worthington, lot 20, block 440 and half Interest in lot 18, block 445; $75. City Court. Judge Sharpe presiding. The case of Mary R. Bowers vs. Bir mingham Ralllway and Electric com pany is still on trial. Second Division. Judge Wilkinson presiding. Luvinia Underwood vs. Gilbert Carter & Co.; judgment for plaintiff for $284 20. Circuit Court. Judge Banks presiding. J. D. Crosthwalt vs. A. Terherne; ver dict for defendant. Richard Martin, by next friend, vs. City Delivery company; damages. Wade & Vaughan; Arnold & Evans, On trial. At torney Evans thinks the case will be con cluded by noon today. Susan Lunsford, executrix, vs. Fannie A. Prouty; judgment for defendant. Criminal Co urt. Judge Greene presiding. There have been thirty-six convictions of felonies in the criminal court during the week. This is the greatest number of convic tions ever had In that court during the same length of time. Assistant Solicitor Lee C. Bradley, to whose diligent pros ecution much credit is due for the speedy punishment of the evil-doers, has made a record on the present week’s work. Those of yesterday who will go "around the mountain" are; Bill Kieth, burglary and grand lar ceny; guilty. George Buchanan, assault with intent to murder: guilty. Robert Hill, burglary and grand lar ceny; guilty. Jim Murphy, -same; guilty. Dan Washington. Jim McCoy, Will Johnson, Grtltln Skinner; arnpnded hy convicted of 'petit larceny. These last were convicted of burglarizing the store of the Birmingham Arms company. On account of their youth the offense was made petit larceny Instead of grand lar ceny. The two older boys who were con victed of burglary and grand larceny will be sentenced for the felony. The more fortunate of yesterday's at tendants at the bar of justice are: J. D. Brooks, assault with intent to murder; not guilty. S. S. Johnson, alias J. S. Presgrove; nolle prossed. Will Hudson, burglary and grand lar ceny; nolle prossed. United States Court. Judge Bruce presiding. An order was granted by Judge Bruce dissolving a restraining order which had been previously granted the receivers of the East Tennessee, Virginia and Geor gia Railroad company against T. K. Scott and the Birmingham Mineral Rail road company. The cases against Charles E. Wellborn are still on trial. BESSEMER. The Cold Helps tho Coal Dealers-Building and Repairing. Bessemer. Oct. 4.—(Special Correspond ence.)—John Ballard, one of our new po licemen, who has been sick several days, Is up and on duty again. E. Hopkins has the contract to com plete the Baptist parsonage. Mr. J. S. Chandler Is having some re pairs done on business and residence property for which he is agent. Others in Bessemer could follow in Mr. Chand ler’s wake to great advantage. S. Jaffee, the jeweler, has moved to Maxwell's old stand, on the corner of Second avenue and Nineteeth street. Mr. Barnett, an employe of the Ten nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad com pany, has given up his pusitlon with that company and contemplates going Into tile mercantile business. Mr. S. It. Haines is opening up a book store on Nineteenth street, between Sec ond and Third avenues. The frost and cold snap lias been ben eiioial to the coal dealers of Bessemer. They have been doing a good business the last few days. The Alabama Ripe company will shut down a few days for repairs. It is to be hoped it will not be for long They are doing a good deal of work and run ning a full force. Notice. We have just received a carload of choice California wines, such as Clarets, Port, Sherry and White Wine. They are equal in quality to any Imported wines; prices are within reach of everybody. Special inducements to parties buying by the barrel. Samples free of charge. Give us a call. M. & A. WISE, Corner Morris Ave. and 20th St. SCHOOL EXHIBIT. The exhibit of the Birmingham public schools for the Atlanta exposition will he shipped today. The exhibit consists of interesting arid instructive school work by the pupils. ’S FACES like flowers, fade the bloom of the rose is only known to the healthy woman's cheeks. The nerv vous strain caused by rtlie ailments and ? pains peculiar to the sex, and the labor and wnrrv of Tsarina r- a family, can often be traced by tbe lines iu the woman's face. Dull eyes, the sallow or wrinkled face and those “feelings of weakness” have their rise in the derangements and irregularities peculiar to women. The functional de rangements, painful disorders, and chronic weaknesses of women, can be cured with Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. For the young girl just entering womanhood, for the mother and those about to become mothers, and later in “the change of life,” the “Prescription1' is just what they need ; it aids nature in preparing the system for the change. It’s a medicine prescribed for thirty years, in the diseases of women, by Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Insti tute,at Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription will cure the chronic inflamma tion of the lining membranes which cause such exhausting drains upon the system. It cures nervous prostration, sleeplessness, faintness, nervous debility and all disorders arising from derangement of the female organs and functions. Mrs. Jennie Williams, of Mohawk. Lane Co.. years with bliml dizzy spells, palpitation of the 1 . ? heart, pain iu the back and head, and at times would have such a weak tired feel ing when J first got up in the morning, and at times nervous chills. The physiciaus dif fered as to what my disease was. but none of them did me any ^ good. As soon as i ^ Pierce‘s Favorite Pre- ” VS**9* STfc'cofcS Mrs Williams well nights, aud that bad. uervous feeling and the pain in my back soon left me. I can walk sever* al miles w'itliout getting tired. I took in all three bottles of' Prescription * and two of' Discovery,"* “All women are beautiful —in telegraphic reports.” (N. Y. Sim.) So all washing and cleaning is easy, quick and sate—if you belief* what the ped dlers and some grocers tell you about certain *-.ishmg pow ders. Now, you can test the ease and the •.»'.newness veiy soon. But the safety—that is another thing. /ou can’t prove that to yourself without a long, /tu perhaps expensive and disastrous, trial. Better stick to the first-made, never-changing, best-known washing-compound—Pearline. Almost any woman can prove to you the safety of Pearlinc And nothing that can be, and has been, thus proved will do all your washing and cleaning so easily, so quickly, and so economically. > Peddlers attd some unscrupulous grocers rvill to-*l you “ this is as good as" or “ the same as T'carline.” IT*S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, i if your grocer sends you something in place of Peariine, be 1L -■»- H<fF.S ?YT.E. lewYo* “THE MORE YOU SAY THE LESS PEOPLE REMEMBER.” ONE WORD WITH YOU SA,POLIO DR. Y. E. HOLLOWAY’S PRIVATE MEDICAL DISPENSARY Mfir.fr Pnnk I'uildin?, Cor. 1st Ave. £ 21st Street, Birmingham, Ain 'Jbe rJdctl, tfft equipped and moat fuccpfs/u! Institution of Its kind la th* lit/ or 4t>t3 Established in tbe city of Birmingham, Ala., August 3, 1817. Cfl rr Honrs—8}80a. m. to 12 m.. 1:30 to 0:00 p, m.: Sundays, 10 a. in. till m. Dr. Y. E. H0LLCT7XY, Specialist. PRIVATE DISEASES. Has tlie fiery lightning of midnight revelries h-.d anything to do with tha crimson streams of blood that go crashing through yonr brain? Are your cheeks flushed with pure and tresb blood free from taint and corruption? * Arc you a victim to any form or stage of blood poison which produces any kind of eoros, nlcers, breaking out, pwwiag*, pains or aches? I have been treating specially just such troublf/ tor many ywafa.„ I make speedy and permanent cures of ail stages of 3yn*ilis, Qonorrhma, CTOWy^Strlcture,' Bad Blood, Skin, Kidney or Bladder Dise/jes, Pimples,- Blotches, KSsma, Tumors, Ulcers in mouth and throat, WonJvTroubles, or anv nriv.-y^ diseagKpf either sex. I wish to ca'l speciif^’.istiini tu. its*TiVatlueiit of unVrtuDates Buffering from early impruuence^iirrors of Youth, SToas of Vitality, I,o\j of Manhood or Sexual Debility. Tbe/roatment is relial&e and permanent/*.The dark olonda that as a pall ojfer your dejected brow can be brushed awdy and the bright sunshine made to lintu up yonr future paAttwray. £ If you live in orfueai-the city, cull at Private Dispensary. If at a dis tance, write mo yost trouble, enclosing stamp for reply. ] My book on. Pdlvate Diseases and propof question lists, will bo sent to any one on auplicaliowv » i, # [Birmingba Little did vre thin Hollowayi our gre: located iu Birminp^ noucced through t aid that be would' ol disease* that be international repil are-He^ald “-a ago y utber, and - lUmnst)^ r t only a special class ould ever achieve au tion. To our personal knowledge lrom" tjfcroas ihe icean, in tar away Kngland, Lyp^eA*v>Q~-JfMned ot bis tkill and lanu»#!iu consult McA We be lieve with iUb doctor that trutBOnerit and (honor always win. He atanda aV)be head —a plnnHRnt'im^ilemjur. an able physician —and is recognizin'T* tna leading author ity In tbe treatment [ol ail privg^g ctfvtases. Birmingham may wall he proud ol him. [Birminghamflatly News.| No Bpeciallst in tbe rmjth, )a more la minar with the treatmd\t of private troubles thau Dr. Y. B. Holloway. Dur ing bla long resldenpenn thid city be has successfully treated many tlents eufferi«£ with pri^ every conceivable form, rlence, together with hiys; not only places tbe docb bis profession in such. guarantee to all that place t] er his care that they will n treatment possible to la obtj [Sumter Ccpnty We have a great sulcialitl ltF'Mtibama In point of ability t*f la pecond t<r none? and baa been longer in Birmingham than any specialist there. “Truth, merit and honor always win,” end in that lino Dr. SaHoWJsJ JfctJUMjUnBk. - oil Rands of pa ' roubles of reat expe 1 d ability, bead of but is a un VnPeopIe'g Tribune, Birmingham.1 Dr; Y. E. Holloway is ^undoubtedly nnaf ann/iaaafiil nliuolnlA n I i - .1_n . ■ ths -, --“ . 7-- -i —UUUUVDUI* bUQ moit successful physicianJ in the South in the tfcatraertlyJir^vaU diseases. Well 1 h5J?< reputation he achieved ./H e does , •has ach_ _ home, but a^foad. negleot and Ibad . very worst fitted quickly an- . , f reat specialist bk to fo ~ you a strictly honest t lor any promise famous not only at h/y a offerors, through i/iagemobt, are io the I, and yet they are antly cured by this m him you have noth gain, as he guarantees is perfectly reliable, d financially responsible hatha makes you. As a specialist Dr. Hblloway stands unexcelled if not unequaled^ Thousands testify to bis skill in the treafitibot of diseases of a pri vate nature. TiJiV merit always receives iU reward. Birmingham may well be proud to have his iostiy^ioa located iu her midst. [Lanoi Advocate.] Btep by step, \eir by ypar. Dr. Hollo way baB acaulrcA his nkUonal rep utation asdjqjeciflhit and which, WUU his genial p&tyre aiid\opeu-hearted publio spirit ofid ilnusiAl sklD iu bisohoaeu Ueld, is rRBfdl^vinnfcg f"r~ himi ilf^imlin,||ml soqjfil e/d pr/tessionalAjionors and ths f practice, boms and terina fMouUfai# Homo, Talladega./A la. ] The excWIgfit and praisewortffy reputa tion of Dyf f. E. Holloway/ds well de served By Km. Wo are jfcrsonally ac quainted with the doctor and know him to be a man who is straight and square, fill superior ability in his lion is noognized by ■all who kaM mS hi—. SCHOOL BOOKS. NEW AND SECOND-HAND. SpVinnl of all kinds. . . . the school room. There can be no ques Everything that is used in Oi lrAy-Yl ipc tion about the price. We must be right. ►T? LI .LvI/kD Come in and see. Ask all the questions you wish. We have the neatest line of School Satchels and Baskets, Tablets and Composition Books to be had. QMITH & MONTGOMERY i 0 ; BOOK & STATIONERY CO., 2022 First Avenue. ELECTRIC WIRING. You may need some October ist. We have a number of orders ahead. Biing yours in now and avoid delay. We give you the best work at lowest prices. HARRIS & WILLIAMSON, THE ELECTRICIANS, 113 and 115 Eighteenth Street. Telephone 224. We Use Wire—the Best. THA04 */*•> tbe Phonograph and Kinetoseope at Samuelson & Rosenthal’**, 20ih street. The Metropolitan Hotel and Restaurant, Nos. 8 and 10 North 20th Streetf Corner Morris Avenue. NEXT TO THE UNION DEPOT. REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS. Birmingham Paint and Glass Company LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES. Faints, Oils. Varnish, Class, Sash, Doors and Blinds. 1816 Third Avenue.Birmingham. Ala. FA1LE0A1) TIME TAJBLE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP rRAlN8. Train* marked thus (•) run dally. Tbua (t) dally except Sunday. - LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE. In effect November 18, 1894, at 7 a. m. Trains South. •No. 1, Limited . •No. 3, Fast Line D. fNo. 7, Decatur Acoom. jNo. 9, Montgomery Accom Arrive, i 3 45 am 3 12 pm! 85 5 am1 Depart. 3 53 am 3 32 pm 5 05 am Trains North. i Arrive. Depart. •No. 2, Fast Lino..ill 35 am 1155 am •No. 4, Fast Mall. 12 01 am 12 09 am tNo. 8, Decatur Accom.!. 4 10 pm tNo. IQ, Montgomery Accoj 8 10 pm1. BIRMINGHAM MINERaTTraILKOAD. Trains South. •No. 43, Blocton Accom. •No. 45, Oneonta Aceom.. Arrive. Depart 9 55 am i 3 42 pm Trains North. •No. 40, Blocton Accom. tNo. 44, Oneonta Accom. Arrive. | Depart 9 30 am —. .I 3 30 pm Southern Railway Company ~<?i> r WESTERN SYSTEM. Schedule In effect April 24, 1895. Fullmau palace drawing room cars between Birmingham and New York, uniting at Atlanta with tho WASHINGTON SOUTHWESTERN VESTI BULE LIMITED, tunning solid between Atlanta and New York, with Pullman's latest improved dining cars, serving all meals en route. Train 53, connecting at Atlanti with the “United States Fast Mall.” with through Full man cars to New York, also handles through cars Birmiugham to Jacksonville, Fla., with out change, connecting iu Atlanta with the Florida Limited. Trains 50 and 51 ally* carry Pullman sleep ing car* betwoen Birmingham and Winona, Miss. Passengers admitted to cars on west bound train at 9 p. in., and arriving *it Bir mingham will be allowed to remain iu them until? a. m. NOTICE THIS TIME. Birmingham to Washington .24 hours Hirmingham to New York.30 hours Birmingham to Jacksonville. Fla.19 hours tfftV/aouH v X i.xuCj OiBi. AUUUB1 ilM Jfi, r L. A. NO. 53. Lv Birmingham.j 2 35 pm Ar Jacksonville. 9 52 am Ar St. Augustine.112 00 m EAST BOUND. Lv Birmingham. Lv Anniston.. Ar Atlama (Cenvral time). Lv Atlanta. Lv charloite(easterntime. Lv Dunville. Ar Richmond. Ar Washington. Lv Washington. Lv Baltimore. Lv Philadelphia. Ar New York. No. 53. 2 55 pm 5 15 pm b 50 pm 10 00 ain 7 15 am 11 45 am 6 35 pm 8 3u pm 10 00 pm 1125 pm 3 00 am 6 20 am No. 51. 5 55 am 8 02 am 11 40 am 12 00 n’ 8 20 pm 12 00 ra t8 00 am 6 42 am 7 05 am b 05 urn 10 25 am 12 53 pm WEST HOUND. Lv Birmingham.. Lv Colimfoug .... Lv W est Point_ Lv Winona. Lv Greenwood... Lv Elizabeth. Ar Greenville . No. 51. No. 50. 10 45 pm 4 10 am 4 51 am 7 30 am b 46 am 10 37 am 11 10 am SOUTH BOUND. Lv Birmingham. Lv Birmingham Junction ... Ar Selma. Lv Selma. Ar Unlontown. Ar Demopolls. Ar Meridian. No. 77. 6 40 an b 48 an 11 00 an 6 15 pn 7 33 pn b 20 pn 10 30 pn COMMERCIAL CLUB EXPRESS No. 68. | 4 00 pin Lv. 4 21 pm Lv. 4 44 pm Lv. 5 00pm Lv. 5 03 pm Lv. 5 37 pin Lv. 5 5u pmiLv 5 5b pmiLv. 6 26 pm Lv. 6 42 pm'Lv. 7 00 pm Lv 7 03pm Lv. 7 13 pin Lv. 7 J5 pm| Ar. TRAIN vOaILY./ .... Birmingham.... North Birmingham .Coalburg. .BJven. .Brookside. .Cardiff_ .. Little Warrior... .Brjan... .Cordova.... .Parrioh.... .Oakuian. .Marietta_ . Pation Junction . Corona.... I No. 69. Ar 10 16am Ar Ar Ar . Ar . Ar . Ar • Ar . Ar . Ar . Ar . Ar . Ar .Lv B ARRIVE BiKailRiuiiAM. 6 57 am b 37 a m b 24 am f» 20 a m b 16 am 8 35 a m b 26 a m 7 56 aoi 7 37 am 7 17 am 7 14 am 7 02 a in 7 00 a in No. 61 from GreenviU«iM. 6 15 ain No. 52 from Atlanta.12 01 mn No. 50 from Atlanta. 10 20pin No. 69 from Corona. 10 15 am No. 76 from Helma.. ... 6 55pm J or lurther information. Bleeping car reser vation, etc.. call on or address W: II. GREEN, General Supt., Washington, D. c. J. N. ROSS, 8upt., Birmingham. Ala. L. A. Sill PM AO, T. r W. A. TURK, G.P. A., Washington, D. C. C. A. BENSCOTER, A. G. p. A., Knoxville. Tenn. A.. Birmingham, Ala. Queen and Crescent. (Alflhaxro Great Southern Railroad.) TRAINS SOUTH. •No 1. •No 3. TRAINS SOUTH. I ' 2. 2 27 a n 2 36 am *^'n **.12 15 pm I 2 30 pm kLkrpfcBS ON TUB 1 OL: OWING QUEEN A CHEPCb .'T ROUTS. No. 1. New T ork to New Orleans. No. 1, Cincinnati to New Orleans. No. ] .Chattanooga to Shreveport, No. 2, New Orle&na to New York. No. 2, New Orleans to Cincinnati. No. 3, c incinnati to New Orleans. Nos. 1 and 2, Vcstibuled Trains with Through Sleepers between Cincinnati and New Orleans; also t arry New Orleans-New York 'J hrouph Sleepers via Chattanooga, Southern Railway, N. & W., B. AO., and Royal Blue Line. Nos. 3 and 6 corry Through Sleeping Car* between Cincinnati and New Orleans. W . C. RINK/SON, G. P. A., ('incinnati. Ohio. A. J. LYTLE, D. P. A. ,Q. & C,, _ Chattanooga, Tenn. ABRIVb DEPART 12 3.0 am 12 43 am 1 15 pin I 3 30 D'il Alabama mikehal railroad company Effective Juoe 10, 1894. ATTALLAlOCALEHA. 80 in u—liead d owu NOUTll—llcua UD No. 85. L’ve a.in. STATIONS. b 30...Attalla. 9 55.Gadeden_ 3115.Duke. J1 35.Alexandria.... 11 50.Leatherwood.. I-.m.i 1 00 j.Anniston.... 1 oO1.Jenifer. 1 50.lronaton_ *10.Talladega.. 147 3 06 3 20 ; 31 155 4 12 Air. 4 25 No. 86. Arr. p.m. .Sycamore. .Sylocnuga.. .Fayetteville_ .. 7 allude^a^pringa. — Spring June lion.. . • Calera.. 5 30 5 15 325 2 40 2 25 Lve 2 00 108 12 47 12 J7 11 52 11 36 1115 1110 10 48 10 3 J 10 20 BIRMINGHAM, SHEFFIELD AND TENNES SEE RIVER RAILWAY. SOUTH I»OVND. NOQTUBOUND. Nu.l L ’ve 9 10 9 22 9 34 9 45 9 57 10 07 10 18 10 34 10 44 10 57 1115 11 25 1143 ?2 12 12 27 12 35 12 42 100 105 2 60 In effect Nov. 19, 1894. Arr. p. in. .Sheffield. . M. Mi C. Junction. ..Spring Valley.... ... Littloville. ... G ood Springs. Grille.. Ruseelr ...Darlington.. ..Spruce Pine... .Phil Campbell . ,. .Bear Creek..... .... Haley ville. .Delmar. .Natural Bridge. .Nauvoo.... ....Oakland .. . ..Saragossa.. . .Gamble.... Ar.Jasper. Lv ..............Jaaper !•.«,. Ar. X. c., X. AB. ... Birmingham . .Lv . Ar .Lv No. j 6 n 657 5 47 5 30 5 10 5 58 4 44 4 29 4 19 1 10 3 57 3 37 i.27 :o3 2 50 2 42 2 35 2 20 12 30 P. CAMPBELL. General Manager, CENTRAL R. R. OF GEORGIA E.M. Comer end R. 8. Hayes, Receiver!. SAVANNAH A WESTS** R. R. CO. H. M. Comer and R. J. Lowry, Receivers. Time table In effect Sunday, September 15, 1855. 8:56 10:39 11:02 11:40 12:08 12:47 2:00 3:30 7:15 6:45 a.m a.m a.m a.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m a.m Lv. Ar.. Ar.. Ar., Ar.. Ar., Ar.. Ar.. Ar.. Ar.. .Birmingham.. .Chlldersburg. ...Sylacauga... ..Goodwater.. Alexander City ...Dadeville.. . _Opelika.. .. ...Columbus.. . .. ..Macon.. .. .. Savannah .. . Ar .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv ,Lv 6:00 4:10 3:50 3:13 2:38 2:00 12:56 11:30 7:03 9:00 p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m a.m a.m p.m Daily Except Sunday. 9:30 a.ml.Lv., .rCohimbus? ...Ar 1:30 p.mlAr.Americus.Lv 8.30 p.m 4:00 p.m 11:16 a.mILv. 1:33 p.mjAr. Sii ndayOn ly. .. .Columbua.. ... Americus.. .Ar; 6:30 p.m .Lv| 4:00 p.m Close connection made at Macon for Sa« vann&h and all points East. Sleeping cars on night trains Macon to Savannah and elegant parlor cars on day trains. For further Information call on or address J. C. HAILE, SOLON JACOBS, Gen. Pass. Agent. Commercial Agent. PLANT SYSTEM. Thne table effective September 15, 1895. Southbound. Lv Montgomerj’. Lv Troy. Lv Ozark. Lv Balnbrldge.. Lv ThomasvTlle Ar Way cross.. . Ar Jacksonville.. Lv Montgomery.. Lv Dupont . Ar ''High Springs Ar Tampa . Ar Port Tampa .. Lv Montgomery""! Ar Way cross .... Ar Savannah . Lv Way cross . Ar Brunswick . Northbound? Lv Jacksonville ...! Lv Waycross .. .. Lv Thomasville _ Lv Balnbrldge . Ar Ozark . A r Troy. Ar Montgomery. Lv Port Tampa . Lv Tampa . Lv High Springs Ar Dupont . Ar Montgomery . Lv Savannah Lv Waycroes . Lv Thomasville .. Ar_Montgomery .. Lv Brunswick _ Ar Montgomery .. "No. 5S. J_No.jitL . 7:40 pm 7:10 an • i 9:14 pin! S:50 an . 110:27 pin 10:10 an . 1:12 amil2:50 pn . 2:27 am, 2:10 pn . 5:25 am] 5:26 pn .| 7:55 amjll :30 pn . 7:40 pm' 7:10 an . 11:27 ani]10:23 pn . 2:25 pm! 1:35 an . 8:0u pm 8:45 an . 8:30 pm, 9:10jm . 7:40 pmr 7:10 an 5:25 ami 6:25 pn ., 8:45 uni S:50 pn . 5:35 am 9:00 pn . 7:30 am ^1:00 pn j_No. 57^ |_Ho .JljT . 6:20 pm| 8:00 an . 9:05 pm; 10:35 an .12:09 am 1:55 pn . 1:12 am] 3:05 pn . 3:48 am: 5:45 pn .i 5:07 am] 7:04 pn 6:55 am | 8:45 pn . 10:00 pm 7:30 an .10:40 pm: 8:20 an .1 5:40 ainj 4:30 pn . 8:43 am 7:36 pn .; 8:45 am; 6:00 pm 7:66 am ; 9:05 pm: 10:35 am 12:09 am, 1:58 pm 6:55 anil 8:65_pm 6:40 pm 8:00 am 6:55 am] 8:46 am bule sleepers between Jacksonville and Cin cinnati. Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pullman vesti bule sleepers between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Double daily Pullman sleepers betw’een Montgomery and Jacksonville. Double daily Pullman sleepers betw'een Montgomery and Waycross. Free recllhing chair cars through between Montgomery and Savannah on trains 57 Double dally Pullman sleepers Montgom ery to Dupont and Dupont to Port Tampa. Train leaving Montgomery 7:40 p. ni. con nects at Port Tamna with the Plant steam ship line for Key West and Havana. Any information regarding routes, rates and schedules over the Plant System will be furnished on application to any agent of ths company or to B. W. WRENN, P. T. M., Savannah, Ga. H. C. McFADDEN, A. G. P. A Savannah, Ga. L. A. BELL, D. P. A.. Montgomery, Ala. BIRMINGHAM AND ATLANTIC R. R. CO. Read down In effect Dec. 3, 1894. Dally except Sunday, fctations. Read up. Et. Bd. No. 2 No. 4 Leave.Arrive .Talladega. _ Isbell's... .Barclay.... .Renfro... _Cook Junction_ .M ox ley. .Ragan. .Stemley. .Coosa Valley. ..Walker’s Crossing.. .Crop well. Arrive Bell City Leave Arrive.. B’bam.. Leave Arrive. Atlanta .Leave ?. m. 2 30 12 25 12 15 12 05 a. m. 11 57 11 50 11 45 11 30 11 26 11 76 11 06 10 55 p. m. 5 30 6 27 517 5 10 5 05 4 59 4 64 442 4 38 4 30 4 22 4 15 6 55 2 55 6 00 G. A. MATT1SON. Superintendent. “Cotton Belt Route,” (St. Louis Southwestern Uailway.) Short Line to Texas, Arkansas and Indian Territory from the Southeast. The only line with through oar servlat from Memphis to Texas, thereby avoiding vexatious changes and transfers en route. Two daily through trains from Memphis. Keclining chair cars (sents free) ou all trains. Hates as low as the lowest. Maps, illustrated and descriptive pamphlets of Arkansan and Texas, and all information cheerfully furnished by E. W. LkBEAUME, G. P. & T. A., St, Louis, Mo. C. P. KECTOK, General Agent, No. 303 Main street, Memphis, Tean. Notice of Application to Sell Land. State of Alabama, Jefferson County—Pro bate Court, September 27, 1S95. Ellen S. Frltchman, deceased, estate of. This day came Isabella Ritchie, adminis tratrix of said estate, and tiled her applica tion in due form and under oath, praying for an order of sale of certain lands describ ed therein and belonging to said estate, for the purpose of division and payment of debts and encumbrances against the said estate, upon the ground that said land can not be equitably divided. It is ordered that the 7th day of November, 1895, be appointed a day for hearing such application, at which time all parties interested can appear and contest the same if they think proper. And it appearing that the hell's of said de cedent, who are non-residents of this state, reside as follows, to-wit: Mrs. Schemmute, aged 70 years, and residing in Philadelphia, state of Pennsylvania; Mrs. M. 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