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CUBA GRETC_ CHALLENGE
Ben Adhem Asked to Cast Aside
Disguise.
ADVISED TO STUDY THE LAW
Annihilation Promised if He Has the Neces
sary Temerity to Disclose His
Identity.
Editor State Herald:
Please print the following clipping
from the Age-Herald and add my re
ply:
"Talladega, Sept. 2S.—Indulgence is
craved for a short reference to an arti
cle published in the Daily State of last
Sunday, the 22d Instant, entitled 'Some
thing New Under the Sun,’ by Cuba
Grey. In this article I unhesitatingly
yield Cuba Grey credit for originality, for
I don’t think that her reference to Tal
mage could have ever been conceived in
any human being’s brain save her own.
This lady writes with a rare and enviable
brilliancy, but also with an impetus
which she seems unwilling, or rather
unable to control. Knowing: her superb
ability as a writer, It would be an act of
the greatest temerity for one of my mea
gre attainments to venture upon a con
troversy with her, and at the outset I
disclaim any such Intention. Denuncia
tion, satire, irony and Invective may be
said to constitute the staple of her paper,
and If for the moment she touches upon
serious argument she soon leaves it to
vent her spleen upon all who see fit to
differ with her. The allusion to Tal
mage as having burned the Brooklyn tab
ernacle and thereby ‘secured pecuniary
benefit to himself, is w'lthout doubt a
grave charge, and one that for absurdity
could scarcely be surpassed by one of
the sweeping imaginations of the illus
trious Joe Mulhatton. The allusion to
the horde of predatory rovers who in
vade her cornfield and others contiguous
thereto, goes to show that they were not
worth the shucks on the corn, or they
would not have gnawed the raw corn as
it was on the cob, but would have exer
cised some energy and have taken the
corn to some place secure from detec
tion, and have properly prepared It for
palatable food by cooking. Of course,
no one will dispute the fact that sympa
thy should be shown to distress, but
when men have by their violation of na
tural laws and their vicious, profligate
practices reduced themselves to a state
of beggary and want are not entitled to
much sympathy. 8uch characters In
variably go the way required by destiny
for those who violate the inexorable
laws of human conduct.
“BEN ADHEM."
Cuba Grey's Reply.
Oak Grove. Talladega, Ala., Oct. X, 1895.
Kditor State Herald:
Irish courtesy—possibly an Inheritance
of the famous "Joe Mulhatton” also—
renders It Imperative that I should gra
ciously acknowledge compliments
"broadly paid" and "delicately Insinu
ated” In the above clipping from the Age
Herald. “Ben Adhem," and I fortunately
coincide as to the estimation of my "su
perb ability In controversial line." That
ability must assuredly have Impressed
"Ben -Adhem," else he had not been so
modest as to resort to an unknown nom
de plume In attacking one of his "home
folk” through the columns of a distant
sheet. Possibly "Ben Adhem" deemed it
unlikely that Cuba Grey would read his
article in the Aldrlch-Herald. A thought
ful friend, however, supplied the unsus
pecting Cuba Grey that bonne bouche
of "Ben Adhem's" literary effort. "De
nunciation, 6atire, irony, and invective”
shall not, at any rate, "constitute the
staple of this paper,” since I only feel in
clined to laugh good naturedly at the
stern accusation brought against me
by 'my devout admirer, Ben Adhem.
Does Ben really deem me so little of a
lawyer as not to have known better than
lay myself liable to prosecution for "li
bel" by staling that “Talmage burnt the
tabernacle, thereby securing pecuniary
benefit to himself?" Was Ben not rather
emulating "Joe Mulhatton” himself
when drawing upon his own Imagination
for facts (?) concerning my allusion to
the "burnt tabernacle and Talmage?"
I actually remarked in my article that
"possibly some of Talmage's bright views
upon life were rosy colored from reflected
light, lately cast by brilliant flames of
a magnificent tabernacle, which costly
edifice might be 'rebuilt' with profit to
one conducting such enterprise." I fur
ther remarked: “Could it be possible that
the splendid tabernacle lust went Into
•spontaneous combustion,' due to the ef
fect of some discourse pronounced by
the eminent divine within the sacred
walls. Such fervept eloquence as the
eminent divine Indulges might be cal
culated to combust a mansion built by
mortal hands.”
Now, these are my Identical words re
garding Talmage and the tabernacle. I
wrote nothing of Ben Adhem's charge
that “Talmage burned the tabernacle In
order to secure pecuniary profit.” That
statement "originated" with Ben, not
with Cuba Grey, so Ben will please as
sume that item of denunciation himself
or borrow some strength from his evi
dent relation. "Joe Mulhatton,” with
which to refute "suit for libel,” should
Talmage pause from contemplation of
life's “bright side” long enough to honor
any Talladegian with notice. Ben should
study law just a little bit ere he proceeds
to charge Talmage with grave crime
and actually attempt to palm such utter
ances ofT as that of Cuba Grey. What, In
my article, can Ben bring forth as sub
stantiation of "his grave charge?" If
Ben's mental construction Is so extremely
brilliant as to supply ready inference,
then he and Talmage must settle the
matter. Joe Mulhatton to the rescue if
Ben gets the worst of It there, but Cuba
Grey Is really not supposed to be so gift
ed as to supply brains and comprehen
sions also to her readers. My own brain
Is sufficiently taxed in preparation of ar
ticles and 1 really cannot assume respon
sibility of furnishing comprehensive fac
ulty to unfortunate readers who fail to'
recognize fact or'else wilfully misrepre
sent my statements. If Ben suffers eith
er from mental density or moral obliquity
it is not my fault, but only misfortune,
when he attempts to report or lecture me
Ben is respectfully requested to study
law before he jumps Into court with a
case In which “evidence” Is lacking. In
ference goes for nothing. I believe in
legal process. Ben is so bright that I ant
afraid a hall of justice might "combust
spontaneously" if he plead a case In court
on the weighty base of his truly Mulhat
ton inference. Ben is modest, and dis
claims «ny desire for controversy with
me. I fear that "Ben Adhem”—the nom
de plume—is somewhat slmilajato "char
ity." My own nom de plume is well
known to Talladeglans as boldly stand
ing for my proper title—Mrs. Mark Me
KIderry.
I have not the advantage of knowing
Just wher may be concealed under thetitle
of "Ben Adhem." If Ben “fears me," I
certainly do nqt fear Ben, so he may cast
aside his disguise, and then, upon the
field where “serious argument” and po
lite satire tent. I will measure swords
with Ben. I promise not to annihilate
hint utterly. I will only give him a
"slight skirmish," Just to polish his wits,
which seem sorely befogged in legard to
my attack upon Talmage. My allusion to
poor, miserable tramps who “gnawed
corn” from cobs in my fields, was wrung
from the depths of a soul whose fiber is
not strong enough to relish Talmaglan,
beatific discourse, while my fellow men
wander homeless an# hungry. The
tramps, as Ben sagely remarks, might
have “taken com to some place secure
from detection and there prepared it for
palatable food by cooking.” Oh Ben. the
astute Ben! How could those tramps
have possibly "cooked corn," if they had
no "matches” to light fires with—as was
most probably the case—and might not
the smoke of fires have led to arrest of
the tramps? Be logical Ben, above all
things be logical, or else admit that you
are guilty of simon pure “Mulhatton
ism.” By the way, I am not ashamed of
my “Irish blbod,” even though I must
acknowledge racial connection with your
favorite character, "the illustrious Joe
Mulhatton." Study law, and come again,
under your true title. I simply flirt "min
nows” off my hook; but when Ben as
sumes more nearly the proportions of a
"whale," I may then attempt to "land”
him with appropriate dignity. Ben's
mind does not incline to legal cast, evi
dently; though he may “learn by expe
rience.” CUBA GREY.
MARK TWAIN AND TELEPATHY.
The Humorist Gives Another Illustration Sup
porting His Belief.
Several years ago I made a campaign
on the platform with Mr. George W. Ca
ble. In Montreal we were honored with
a reception. It began at 2 o’clock in the
afternoon In a long drawing room In the
Windsor hotel. Mr. Cable and I stood at
one end of this room, and the ladies and
gentlemen entered It at the other end,
crossed It at that end, then came up the
long left-hand side, shook hands with us,
said a word or two, and passed on. in the
usual way. My sight is of the telescopic
sort, and I presently recognized a famil
iar face among the throng of strangers
drifting in at the distant door, and I said
to myself, with sui prise and high gratifi
cation: "That ts Mrs. H.; 1 had forgotten
that she was a Canadian." She had been
a great friend of mine in Carson City,
Nev., In the early days. 1 had not seen
her or heard of her for twenty years; 1
had not been thinking of her; there was
nothing to suggest her to me, nothing to
bring her to my mind; in fact, to me she
had long ago ceased to exist, and had dis
appeared from my consciousness. Hut I
knew her Instantly; and I saw her so
clearly that I was able to note some of
the jfartlculars of her dress, and did note
them, and they remained In my mind. I
was impatient for her to come. In the
midst of the handshakings I snatched a
glimpse of her and noted her progress
with the slow-moving file across the end
of the room, then I saw her start up the
side, and this gave me a full front view
of her face. I saw her last when she was
within 25 feet of me. For aruhour I kept
thinking she must still be In the room
somewhere and would come at last, but
I was disappointed.
When I arrived In the lecture hall that
evening someone said: "Come into the
waiting room; there’s a friend of yours
there who wants to see you. You’Tl not
be introduced—you are to do the recog
nizing without help, if you can."
I said to myself: “It is Mrs. R.; I
shan’t have any trouble.”
There were perhaps ten ladles present,
all seated. In the midst of them was Mrs.
R., as I had expected. She was dressed
exactly as she was when I had seen her
In the afternoon. I went forward and
shook hands with her and called her by
name and said:
i Knew you me moment you appeared
at the reception this afternoon.”
She looked surprised, and said: “But I
was not at the reception. I have just
arrived from Quebec, and I have not been
in town an hour."
It was my turn to be surprised now. I
said: "I can't help It. I give you my
word of honor that it is as 1 say. I saw
you at the reception, and you were dress
ed precisely as you are now. When they
told me a moment ago that I should find a
friend In this room, your Image rose be
fore me, dress and all, just as I had seen
you at the reception.”
Those are the facts. She was not at
tho reception at all. or anywhere near it;
but I saw her there nevertheless, and
most clearly and unmistakably. To that
I could make oath. How is one to ex
plain this? 1 was not thinking of her at
the time; had not thought of her for
years. But she had been thinking of me,
no doubt; did her thought flit through
leagues of air to me, and bring with it
that clear and pleasant vision of herself?
I think so. That was and remains my
sole experience in the matter of appari
tion—I mean apparitions that come when
one is (ostensibly) awake. I could have
been asleep for a moment; the appari
tion could have been the creature of a
dream. Still, that Is nothing to the point;
the feature of interest Is the happening
of the thing just at that time. Instead of
at an earlier or later time, wl>’h is argu
ment that its origin lay in thought-trans
ferenoe.—Samuel L. Clemens (Mark
Twain) in an article on Second Sight in
the September Harper's.
A Singular Precedent.
Raleigh, N. C.. Oct. 4.—The Fishblat li
bel suit against the Wilmington Dispatch
establishes a singular precedent. Accord
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Little did we thlnf
Holloway, our grey
located in Blrming/J
nouncad through I
aid that be would!
ol disease* that hit
international repu
knowledge from i
away England,
skill and tarnj)
lleve with IL
pionor alwajj
re-Hej
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mtbei
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ilumnaV.^, ,
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ition. To our personal
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lion located in her midat.
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lot Advocate.]
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PAILBOAD TIME TABLE
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS.
Trains marked thus (•) run dally. Tbu (f)
dally except Sunday.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE.
In effect November 18, 1894, at 7 a. m.
't rains South.
Arrive. | Depart.
•No. 1, Limited . 3 45 am 3 53 am
•No. 3, Fast Line D. 3 12 pm 3 32 pm
1No. 7, Decatur Accom.I %5 5 amj.
tKo. 0, Montgomery Accom).| 5 05 am
Trains North. f Arrive. | Depart.
♦No. 2, Fast Line.ill 35 amjll 55 am
•No. 4, Fast Mail.112 01 am'12 09 am
tNo. 8, Decatur Accom.I .j 4 10 pm
1No. 10, Montgomery Accol b 10 pm|. ....
BIRMINGHAM M INERAL RAILROAD.
Trains South.
•No. 43, Blocton Accom.
‘No. 4 5, Oneonta Accom
Arrive.
9 55 am
Depart.
3 42 pm
Trains North.
•No. 40, Blocton Accom.
fNo. 44, Oneonta Accom.
Arrive. I Depart.
9 30 am —.
.I 3 30 pm
Southern Railway Company
WESTERN SYSTEM.
Schedule iu effect April 24, 1895.
Pullman palace drawing room cars between
Birmingham and New York, uniting at Atlanta
with the
WASHINGTON SOUTHWESTERN VESTI
BULE LIMITED,
running 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 8tatea Fast Mail,’’ with through Pull
man cars to New York, alao handles through
cars Birmingham to Jacksonville, Fla., with
out change, connecting in Atlanta with the
Florida Limited.
Trains 50 and 51 also carry Pullman sleep
ing cars between Birmingham and Winona,
Miss. Passengers admitted to cars on west
bound train at 9 p.m., aud arriving at Bir
mingham will be allow'ed to remain in them
until? a. m.
NOTICE THIS TIME.
Birmingham to Washington.24 hours
Birmingham to New York.3u hours
Birmingham to Jacksonville, Fla.19 hours
TO JACKSONVILLE & BT. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
NO. 53.
Lv Birmingham.i 2 55 pm
Ar Jacksonville. 9 02 am
Ar bt. Augustine.[12 00 m
EAST BOUND.
Lv Birmingham.
Lv Anniston. .
Ar Atlanta (Central time).
Lv Atlanta.
Lv charlotte(eastern time.
Lv Danville.
Ar Richmond.
Ar Washington..
Lv Washington.
Lv Baltimore.
Lv Philadelphia.
Ar New York.
x>o. oi.
6 16 pm
8 5U pm
110 Oo am
7 16 am
111 45 am
I 6 35 pm
8 30 pm
10 00 pm
11 25 pm
3 0u am
6 20 am
5 65 am
8 02 am
11 40 am
12 0o n’
8 20 pm
12 00 m
18 00 am
6 42 am
7 05 am
8 05 am
10 25 am
12 53 pm
WEST BOUND.
Lv Birmingham.
Lv Columbus ....
Lv West Point...,
Lv Winona.
Lv Greenwood..,
l v Eliraboth.
Ar Greenville. .
No. so.
10 45 pm
4 10 am
4 51 am
7 30 am
8 46 am
10 37 am
11 10 atn
SOUTH BOUND.
Lv Birmingham.
Lv Birmingham Junction.
Ar Selma.
Lv Selma.
Ar Uniootown. .7.*.
Ar Demopolis.
Ar Meridian.
_COMMERCIAL CLUB EXPRESS.
No. 68.
No. 77.
6 40 am
8 48 am
11 00 am
6 16 pm
7 35 pm
8 20 pm
10 30 pm
i vOaILY.) i jco. 69
4 00 pm Lv.Birmingham.Ar 10 15 am
4 21 pm Lv. North Birmingham. Ar
4 44 pm Lv.Coal burg.Ar
5 00 pm Lv.Biven.Ar
J 03 pm.Lv.Brookside.Ar
5 37 prn'Lv.Cardiff. Ar
5 50 pm Lv ... Little Warrior.... Ar
5 58 pm |Lv...Bryan... ..Ar
t 25 pm Lv..Cordova.Ar
£ .ParrUh.... .7Ar
2 92pm .Oakrnan.Ar
7 03pm Lv.. Marietta.Ar
i 13 pm Lv...Patton Junction.. Ar
7 15 pm|Ar. Corona.Lv
TRAINS ARRIVE blKiUANtiliAM.
9 57 am
9 37 a m
9 24 a m
9 20 a m
9 15am
8 35 a m
8 26 am
7 56 a m
7 37 am
7 17 am
7 14 am
7 02 am
7 00 a m
No. 51 from Green villi..'..?, 15 a‘m
No. 52 from AUuU.. 12 01 nS
No. 50 from Atlanta.10 20Dtn
No. no frnw f1.,mnn 15 am
6 55 pm
No. 76 from Selma.
l*or lurthei* information. sleeping car rcser
VHlion, etc., call on or address
W: H. GREEN,
General Supt.,
Washington, D. C.
J. N. R08S, Supt.,
Birmingham. Ala.
W. A. TURK, G.P.A.,
Washington, D. C.
C. A. BENSCOTER,
A. G. P. A.,
Knoxville. Tenn,
L. A- SHIPMaG. T. P. A., Birmingham, Ala
Queen and Crescent.
(Alabama Great Southern Railroad.)
•No 1.
•No 3.
TRAINS SOUTH.
12 3*5 am
115 pm
•No
•No
TRAINS NORTH.
2.
6.
DHPA Ht
12 43 an
3 3u pin
2 27 am
12 15 pm
2 35 am
2 30 pm
UKi TERSON THE FOLLOWING TRAINS
QUEEN a CRKfeCR IT ROUTB.
No. 1, New York to New Orleans.
No. 1, Cincinnati to New Orleans.
No. 1,Chattanooga to Shreveport,
No. 2, New Orleans to New York.
No. 2, New Orleans to Cincinnati.
N o. 3, Cincinnati to New Orleans.
Nos. 1 and 2, Vestfbuled Trains with
Through Sleepers between Cincinnati and New
Orleans; also carry New Orleans-New York
7 hrough Sleepers via Chattanooga, Southern
Railway, N. & W., B. &0.r and Royal Blue
Line.
Nos. 3 and 6 carry Through Sleeping Gars
between'Cincinnati and New Orleans.
W. C. KINEA SON, G. P. A.,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
A. J. LYTLE, D. P. A.,Q. &C.,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
ALABAMA MINEKal RAILROAD COMPANY
Kflcctive June 10, 1894.
ATTALLA TO CALERA.
south—Read d own
I
NOSTIi—lieHCl UD
NO.
85.
L’ve
s.m.
8 30
9 55
11 15
11 35
11 50
p. m.
1 00
1 30
160
ilu
247
3 05
3 26
3 31
155
4 12
Arr.
4 25
STATION
_A ttalla.
... Gadsden.
... .Duke.
. ..Alexandria....
, ..Leather wood..
,. Anniston..
... .'Jenifer..
.. .Ironaton.
Talladega..
.Sycamore.
.Sylacauga.
.Fayetteville...
. Talladega^Hprings
... Spring Junction..
. Colera... 10 20
No.
86.
Arr.
p.m.
£ 30
5 15
3 25
2 40
2 25
Lve
2 00
106
12 47
12 27
ll?2
11 36
1115
1110
10 48
10 32
BIRMINGHAM, SHEFFIELD AND TKNNES
8EE RIVER RAILWAY.
SOUTH BOUND.
NORTH BOUND.
No. I
L ’ vo
a. m.
9 10
9 22
9 34
9 48
9 87
10 07
10 18
10 34
10 44
10 87
11 IS
11 28
11 43
¥. m
2 12
12 27
12 38
1944
100
108
2 80
No. J
In effect Not. 19, 1894.
.... ..Sheffield.
M. AO. Junction.
SVAX?:::
.Good Springs..
ellvllle....
..Russell_
.Darlington..
...spruce Pine...,
..Phil Campbell...
....Bear Creek._
.Haley Tills.
......Delmar..,,,.
...Natural Bridge..
.Nan too. ...
..Oakland..
.Saragossa..
. ..Gamble...
Ar.Jasper. ...
Lv.. .Jasper
x. as.
Ar. Birmingham ..
Lv
.Ar
Lv
Arr.
p. m.
6 14
657
5 47
5 30
5 10
5 58
4 44
4 29
4 19
4 10
3 57
3 37
£27
?03
2 50
2 42
2 35
2 20
12 20
P. CAMPBELL. General Manager,
CENTRAL R. R. OF GEORGIA
E. BJ. Comer and R. 8. Hayes, Receiver*.
SAVANNAH A WBBTBKN R. R. CO.
H. M. Comer and R. J. Lowry, Receivers.
Time table in effect Sunday, September 15,
1896.
8:55
10:39
11:02
11:40
12:08
12:47
2:00
3:30
7:15
5:45
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a.mjAr.
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p.miAr..
p.miAr.
p.m Ar..
p.mjAr.,
p.m Ar.,
a.m Ar.
.Birmingham..
.Childersburg.
.. .Sylacauga..k
. .Goodwater..
Alexander City
.. .Dadeville.. ..
....Opelika.. ..
...Columbus.. .
.. ..Macon.. ..
.. Savannah ..
.Ar
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
:00 p.m
:10 p.m
50 p.m
13 p.m
38 p.m
00 p.m
:55 p.m
30 a.m
:03 a.m
:00 p.m
Daily Except Sunday.
.Columbus.
. Americus..
.Arj 8:30 p.ir
.Lv| 4:00 p.na
Sunday Only.
.Columbus.
.Americus.
. .Arj 6:30 pm
. .Lv| 4:00 p.m
0:30 a.ml.Lv.
1:30 p.mjAr..
fl7l6 a.miLv..
1:33 p.miAr..____
Close connection made at Macon for Sa*
vannah 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,
_Time table effective September 15, 1S93.
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv
Ar
Ar
Lv
Lv
Ar
Ar
Ar_
Lv
Ar
Ar
Lv
Ar
Southbound
Montgomery..
Troy.
Ozark.
Bainbridge.. ,
Thoma8vllle ..
Way cross.. ..
^Jacksonville..
Montgomery”
Dupont .
High Springs
Tampa .
Port Tampa ..
Montgomery !
Way cross _
Savannah .
Wayeross .
Brunswick _
Northbound.
Jacksonville
Wayeross ..
Thomasvllle
Bainbridge .
Ozark .
Troy.
Montgomery.
Port Tampa .
Tampa .
High Springs
Dupont .
Montgomery .
Savannah _
Wayeross _
Thomasvllle .
Montgomery .
Brunswick 777
Montgomery .
No.
7:40
9:14
10:27
1:12
2:27
5:25
7:55
7:40
11:27
2:25
8:00
j 8:30
7:40
5:25
8:45
5:35
7:30
No.
'6:20
9:05
12:09
1:12
3:48
5:07
6:55
10:00
10:40
5:40
8:43
8:45
5SJ No.
pmj’7:10 ar
pmj 8:50 ar
pm 10:10 ar
amj12:50 pr
am: 2:10 pr
am, 5:25 pr
amjll:30 pr
pm _7:10~ar
am 10:23 pr
pm I 1:35 ar
pmj 8:45 ar
pm 9:40 ar
pm i 7:10 ar
am 5:26 pr
am j 8:50 pi
am| 9:00 pr
am j 11:00 pr
'57. |T7oT3i
pmj 8:00 ar
pm 110:85 ar
am | 1:56 pr
amj 3:05 pr
am 6:45 pr
am! 7:04 pr
am; 8:45
iTotT
.| 9:05
. |12:09
.! 6:55
~| 6:40
.| 6:65
pm!
pm
am
am
ami
30 am
20 am
30 pm
36 pm
:55 am
pmj 7
pm j 10
am 1
ami_8
pm! 8
am; 8
5a am
;35 am
:58 pm
65 pm
:00 am
:45 am
Trains IS os. 33 and 36 carry Pullman vesti
bule sleepers between Jacksonville and Cin
cinnati.
Trains Nos. 67 and 58 carry Pullman vesti
bule sleepers between Jacksonville and St.
Louis.
Double daily Pullman sleepers between
Montgomery and Jacksonville.
Double dally Pullman sleepers between
Montgomery and Wayeross.
F’ree reclining chair cars through between
Montgomery and Savannah on trains 57
and 58.
Double dally Pullman sleepers Montgom
ery to Dupont and Dupont to Port Tampa.
Train leaving Montgomery 7:40 p. m. con
ects at Port Tam dr with thp Plant atm>m.
nects at Port Tampa 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 the
company or to
B. W. WRENN, P. T. M.,
Savannah, Ga.
U>i H. C. McFADDEN, A. G. P. A..
Savannah, Ga.
*'* * L. A. BELL, D. P. A.,
Montgomery, Ala.
BIRMINGHAM AKD ATLANTIC R. R. CO.
Read down
Wd. Bd.
No. 3 No .1
p.m.
a ?o
2 41
2 41
2 65
2 57
«3 04
3 09
3 25
3 30
3 40
3 52
100
3 0 20
8 60
9 10
9 14
9 24
9 35
9 37
9 43
9 48
10 05
10 10
10 20
10 31
10 40
p. m.
12 01
In effect Deo. 3. ie94.
Dally except Sunday,
btationa.
Leave.Arrive
.Talladega
Isbell’s
. Barclay..
.. Renfro..
Read up.
Bt. Bd.
No. 2 No. 4
— Cook Junction_1
.Moxley.
.Ragan.i
.Stemley.
.Coosa Valley.
..Walker’s Crossing..
.Cropwell.
Arrive Fell City Leave
p. m.
12 30
12 25
12 15
12 05
a. m.
11 57
11 50
11 45
11 30
11 25
11 75
11 05
10 55
Arrive.. B’bam.. Leave 5 55 2 5f
Arrive.. Atlanta .Leave 6 00
p. m.
5 30
5 27
517
5 10
5 or
4 5{
4 54
4 42
4 38
4 3C
422
4 If
G. A. MATTISON, Superintendent.
“Cotton Belt Route,”
(St. Louis Southwestern Railway.)
Short Line to Texas, Arkansas and
Indian Territory from the
Southeast.
The only line with through car servloi
from Memphis to Texas, thereby avoiding
vexatious changes and transfers en route.
Two daily through trains from Memphis
Reclining chair cars (seats froe) on at
trains. Rates as low as the lowest. Maps
illustrated and descriptive pamphlets o
Arkansas and Texas, and nil information
cheerfully furnished by
E. W. LkBEAUME,
G. P. & T. A., St, Louis, Mo.
C. P. RECTOR,
General Agent,
No. 308 Main street, Memphis, Tens.
H. Chairsell,
Dealer in Hay, Straw, Corn, Oats,
Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls,
Flour, Corn Meal, Salt and Rock
Salt, Wheat, Rye and Barley for
seed. We handle first-class goods
and guarantee as represented.
Give us a call and be convinced.
H. Chairsell,
aug!9-eod-tf
1613 and 1615 First Avenue.
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