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GEORGIA AN’Ti FLORIDA.
NEWS OF THE TWO STATES TOLD
IN PARAGRAPHS.
A Snug Little Sum Realized from a
Claim for Back Pension Money - A
Negro Killed by a Train-Forty-Eight
Snakes in a Nest— Nino Years On One
Mail Route-Georgia Boys at Annap
olis.
GEORGIA.
W. D. Curry is a candidate for the office
of tax collector of Butts county.
A stock company is'soon to be organized
to erect a college building in Buchanan.
Capt. John M. Zachrv of Rockdale
county announces himself a candidate for
the legislature.
It is rumored that Judge Carmichael will
be a candidate lor re-oleciiou to theotiico of
ordinary of Butts county.
The Sullivan-AVil-on land case in Tike
county has been settled after years of litiga
tion iii favor of J. AV. Sullivan.
George D. AVhoatley of Americas pur
chased of Joe Waxclbaum of New York,
his entire stock of dry goods, notions, etc.,
in Americus.
A negro known as Creole Jack was killed
by a train while sitting on the track, near
Leesburg, Friday night. Ho is supposed to
have been drunk.
J. B. Tootner of Athens has several pieces
of silver that his family brought over from
Wales in 1647. It is worn considerably, hut
still used at times.
During a thunder storm at Millon on last
Wednesday afternoon the Bajitist church
was struck by lightning. The damage
amounts to some (200.
The tiew Young Men’s Christian associa
tion rooms at Brunswick are now openod
fully to the public, and many young meu
of the city are joining the association.
W. F. Gray of Meriwether county is
jubilant over the fact that he has just re
ceived (1,052 as back pension by reason of
his grandfather serving in the Mexican war.
B. B. Outz of Albany shipped a car load
of watermelons that he wits offered (65 for
on his side track last week, to Atlanta, and
on Friday afternoon he received a check
for (11 75 for it.
St. Simon’s has arrived at the dignity of
having a first class rifle team, which has
been recently organized and Is now practic
ing assiduously for a grand shooting match
on the glorious Fourth.
A gentleman of Athens states that one of
the large soap manufacturers of Chicago
proposes to start a branch business either
id Savannah or Athens. The company is
seeking the best wntor power.
It is rumored at Jackson that the Farm
ers’ Alliance of that county lias designated
Rev. A. A. Atkinson as a candidate to rep
resent Butts county in the next general as
sembly of Georgia. The rumor needs
confirmation, however.
A. A. McDuffie of Athens has just re
ceivivl the champion St. Bernard Ditch of
the United States. She will weigh 150
pounds and wears a collar with the name of
"Wando, champion smooth coated St Ber
nard of the United States," and is valued at
(600.
Saturday Liston Cooper, of Americus,
received a telegram from his brother,
George Cooper, stating that he (George) had
been appointed to the position of ensign in
the regular navy, and had received his
commission. Georgo has just graduated at
the naval academy at Annapolis.
It is said that there was considerable
drunkenness in Linton during the school
exhibition there last week, and one person
was seriously if not fatally stabbed. This
was the first fight that had ever been known
to occur there, and it was the first time that
whisky had ever been sold there.
Master John Cobb, a son of Capt. John
A. Cobb, of Americus, who left for An
napolis, Md. f several days ago to attend
school, was appointed a cadet in the United
States naval academy upon his arrival in
Washington by the Secretary of the Navy;
subject to an examination in September.
Richard Young fell from a tree in
Buchanan last Suuday. and was very
seriously hurt. His brother, William, went
out Monday with a gun to kill some birdß
for Richard, and accidently shot himself,
the load faking effect In the second toe of
his right foot. The toe had to he ampu
tated.
A few days ago one of the hands on E. B.
Williams' plantation at Hardaway, Dough
erty county, was plowing in aii old field
and turned up a stump, when he saw writh
ing in all their hideousnoss a uest of little
snakes and a large one, probably t he mother.
They were dispatched with a stick in short
order, and when counted the little ones
numbered forty-eight.
The citizens and students at Athens were
shocked Sunday morning by receiving in
telligence of the death of C. R. Tate, or the
class of 'B9, at his home in Pickens county.
Mr. Tate was one of the most genial and
popular young men at the university, ami
was loved by all who knew him. His death
and the serious illness of young Henry
Jackson and other students will bring the
matter of earlier vacation forcibly before
tbe board of trustees.
R. N. Lamar, county school commis
sioner, has just finished taking the school
census of Baldwin. Ho finds that there are
4,780 children liotween the ages of 6 and 18
years old in the county. Of this number
the negroes are largely in excess, there being
3,854 negroes, and only 1,436 white childreii,
or 1,938 more negroes than whites, of the
3,354 negro children 1,683 are males and
1,671 are females. Of the 1,436 whites 684
are males and 742 females.
William Barbre, the man who was
charged by the Central railroad with
cheating and swindling, was given a
preliminary trial at Leesburg Saturday,
and bound over under a lond to appear iit
the next term of I>eesiiprioreourt. Barbre
was a section boss on the Central some
time ago. It is charged that he made false
claims for cattle run over, getlng someone
else to claim the cattle, and when the
money was (>aid the two divided profits.
The St. Simon’s encampment is drawing
near, and the preparations are also progress
log rapidly. The regatta is attracting a
great deal of aitention throughout the
state, and is an important feature of the
approaching occasion. It has now been de
cided to have a race open to all after the day
of the Georgia regatta, and the cities of
Charleston and Fernandina are already in
correspondence with the local committee of
arrangements upon the subject of entering.
Jack Renew, of Aniencus, has carried the
Providence, Bottsford and Tr pic mail for
nine years, and missed only one appoint
merit, caused by the overflow several years
ago. lie hus carried the Hudson and Lamar
routes four years, and never lost a mail.
Last week he made a contract for the next
twelve months to continue carrying the
Providence, Bottsford and Tropic mail tri
weekly, instead of weekly, as heretofore.
John Renew takes the Hudson route mid
Berry Williams the Lamar route. The last
two will be semi-weekly, instead of weekly.
Last Saturday evening, between Hi and 1
o’clock, lightning struck a large oak that
etands about thirty steps from the AVi/s
building at Jackson, stripping the bark
from the top, to about three feet from tin*
ground. Under the tr-e three mules were
hitched, and a Img pen stands aliout twenty
Inches from the tree. All the mules uud a
bog were knocked down by the concussion,
but, strange to say, none of the animals
were killed, or even maimed. An old buggy
wheel is leaning against the tree, and the
supposition is that the iron tireof the wheel
attracted the charge of electricity, convey
ing it to the earth, and probably saved tho
lives of the animals.
The Milledgeville correspondent of the
Hews wrote as follows on Juno HO: Mil
ledgeville is jubilant to -dy over the as-ured
success of the dummy street car line to c o
llect l>oth the Georgia and Central depots
and the town with the asylum, two miles
distant. The Baldwin county fair associa
tion, now thoroughly organised and wide
awake for the interests of this section, are
determined, if ir can be had, to secure an
available lot of land and establish a perma
nent fair ground oti the line of the dummy
road. Miilodgeville now rejoices over a
double daily mail service which brings the
Morning News some hours oarlier than
heretofore, to the great gratification of its
many friends here. Avery reliable old
newspaper man to-day paid the Morning
News the compliment of saying it was the
best managed, ablest edited, and dealt most
squarely and liberally with its employes of
any paper in the south, l’hat is the opinion
of very many. It certainly is most highly
prized hei o.
At Marietta, Sunday morning about 8
o'clock, as a negro man, by the name of Eh
Frey, was eating breakfast with his wife, a
quarrel arose between them, which was
ended by his stabbing her In three places in
the neck and b east, inflicting wounds from
which she died in a few minutes. The deed
was committed in a room in a row of tene
ments, known as “Stripling Barracks,” and
is only one block from the public square.
After committing The deed. Frey sauntered
out from the room and walked off down a
side street. Fortunately Sheriff Coryell’s
attention was called to the matter at once,
and lie organized a posse and started in pur
suit of the negro, who was captured after a
long chase, lie having nearly a half hour
start of the sheriff. When Fr-v was
brought back to he lodged in jail u large
crowd of negroes surrounded him and made
angry demonstrations, and the cry of
“Lynch him! lynch him!” resounded on all
sides. But Sheriff Coryell lodged him
safely in jail and soon hail him strongly
guarded. At Inst accounts it was thought
that an attempt would he made Sunday
night by the negroes to lynch him.
FLORIDA.
The log market at Apalachicola is dull.
There is some talk of forming a gun club
in Fort Myers.
If no mishap overtakos it, the corn crop
of Gadsden county will be immense.
An immense number of potato vines wore
set out iu Gadsden county during the past
week.
The county democratic executive com
mittee of Gadsden county will meet in
(Juincy ou Thursday of this week.
At Apalachicola last week the Golden
Age sold her sponge, 687 bunches, fur
$953 40. The crew received (81 87 each.
The Oviedo base ball club would like to
hear from any club ill Orange county, with
a view of getting up a match game of ball.
The date palm in James E. Hendry’s yard
nt Fort Myers, planted <iver thirty years ago
by the late Gen. W. 8. Hancock, is bearing
fruit, for the first timo this year.
A few nights ago a lot of melon thieves
got in among some of the melon patches
near Bagdad, and ruined them, breaking
them tip and breaking down tho fences.
Some of the citizens of Fort Myers who
were indicted by the grand jury for selling
bitters (proprietory remedies) will make a
tight oil It. One bitters firm will send their
lawyer there to look out for their rights.
On Thursday night a boom In the river
above Milton broke and turned adrift
several thousand logs, most of which be
longed to Messrs. E. Campodonico & Cos.
Simpson & Cos. had a few hundred pieces
among them.
A few day ago, a young white man, Free
man by name, presumed to t>e a logger, en
tered the room of O. T. Hico at the South
ern hotel, at Apalachicola, and succeeded
In extracting a $lO bill, and, it is presumed,
some small change from the pocket of Mr.
Rice. He was arrested and compelled to
disgorge.
There are as yet. no tidings concerning
tho missing Pensacola fishing smacks Four
Friends, Bloomer, J. W. Wherren and
Agnes, but, thus far, little uneasiness is felt
as to their safety, or that, of tlicir crews.
The smack Challenge, disabled in the late
gale, lias gone to Bag lad to be docked fur
repairs. The Kstelli and Caro Piper are
now on the Bagdad docks.
Simmons and Evans have shipped from
Fort Myers during the past week ninety
two crates,barrel si/.e, of pineapples from the
farm of J. W. Buslmell, chief engineer of the
Florida railway and navigation company.
This shipment makes,in round numbers,6,4oo
pineapples from a little patch of ground
that throe years ago was a wild patch of
woodland and palmetto underground in
the edge of town.
The Mobile city government and fire de
partment are at loggerheads. Each wants
the other to do that which is respectively
repugnant, and both are on a big bluff, each
with tho intent of forcing to ms satisfactory
to it self. Fridayatelogrnm from Mayor Rich
of Mobile, was received by Chief Wilkins of
Pensacola, asking if there was an engine
there the city of Mobile might purchase, or
an engine and truck they could biro for
thirty days. Friday night Germania hose
company held a meeting, and, at the close,
the company wl ed Mayor Rich that they
had a one-horse jum[ier and 500 feet of hose
they would sell.
Charles Stines, a fisherman, died Friday
night at the Marine hospital at Pensacola.
Stines was a paralytic, and the treatment
prescribed by the physician in charge was
electricity. The battery was applied regu
larly every day and the man improved
rapidly, until a few days ago, when, an in
formant of the Pensacola Commercial
alleges, the steward got drunk, the shocks
were discontinued, and, as related, he died,
having had no treatment for two days, t ie
steward having been drunk for three davs.
In the same connection the Commercial's
informant alleges tbut other patients have
been i ndly neglected.
At Key West, Wednesday, when tbe
Mas: otte arrived at tho wharf of the Key-
West wharf company, an unusually largo
crowd had gathered, which made it almost
impossible to hoist and place the gang plank
in position. The captain requested them to
get out of tho way, but a number of Cuban
men and women appeared not to have heard
him, when he again made the same request,
and threatened to turn tho hose on them if
they refused to comply. This seemed to
amuse them, and they began to shout:
"Agua! agua!" Finding that threats
availed nothing, the hose was turned on,
and several of noth sexes were soon made
l as wet a Crowned rats. - ’ This had the
desired effect, and tbe crowd disbanded,
swearing eternal vengeance on the captain
ns they went. An indignation meeting was
held later in the night..
Fire broke out at Orlando Friday night
in John M. O’Connell's paint store. Tho
store wus opened from trio rear and a stream
of water turned on,which soon extinguished
the flumes. If the flumes had got under
good headway, in a few- minutes Ringer Or
lando would have hnd a tlrst-elnss tiro and
the Brown block gone. Considerable dam
age was caused to Mr. O’Connell’s stock by
the water, probably more than ttie lire, as
his large st s-k of wall papers in tho front
part ot the store is seriously damaged. The
entire loss to stock and fixtures will not ex
ct-od $1,500, and is cov. red by insurance
After tlm flames were extinguished a watch
man was placed on duty, to remain all
night, and fortunate it was, for about 5
o'clock Saturday morning uu explosion <>f a
cun of dryer or varnish caused another tire,
which was sja-edily extinguished, without
further less than three cans ot varnish.
.Saturday tho body of H. W. Busk, the
Englishman murdered ot Wokiva, wus
taken to Orlando and placed in charge of
the undertakers, Messrs. Richards & ifmid,
at their establishment. Brs. \V. Kilmer
and \\ A Shelby conducted an autopsy
tvliicl* rrwal'Ml the fart that tho victim wan
shot in the left breast, five buckshot pene
trating and fracturing the liftli and sixth
ribs, :.!s i penetrating the middle lol* .if the
left long and i assing through tho right and
left ventricle. One boll was found in the
right ventricle, one in the pericardium op
pojlte the right ventricle of the heart mid
one just above the seventh r,b. All of the
balls that pissed through the heart entered
through one opening and mnking their exit
through three separate holes in the right
ventricle. Dr. Kilmer gives it ns hi* opin
ion that death was instantaneous. The Or
lando liccortl thinks the murderer would
have bo n lvnched had ' “ law caught on I
the day of the crime.
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Camel’s Hair, sold at $1 and
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NACOOCHRE. O*ot. F. Kkmpton, SATUR
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CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith. SUN
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CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt J. W. Catharine,
TUESDAY, July 10, at 6:30 P. M
TALLAIIASSEE, Capt W. H. risHsa.
FRIDAY, July 13, at 8:30 p. a.
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CITY OF MACON. Capt. H. C. Lewis, THURS
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JUNIATA, Capt. E. Christie, SATURDAY. July
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DEBSOUO, Capt. S. L. Assists, SATUR
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Through bills of lading given to Eastern and
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i or freight or passage apply to
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WM. CRANE. Capt. Biv.’Tx TUESDAY,
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WM. CRANE. Capt. Billups. SATURDAY,
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COMMENCING THURSDAY. April 19. will
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GOLD SPECTACLES, GOLD FENS and PEN
CILB, FINE FRENCH CLOCKS, and many ar
ticles wblcb for variety, design, quality aod
prices oannot be surpaaaed.
OPTICAL GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Witckti Repaired bj CnjnptUnl Workmen.
RAILROADS.
CEffRAL RAILROAD
OF GEORGIA.
Savannah. Ga.. July 1. l^ s -
ON and after this date Passenger Trams will
run daily, unless marked+, which are daily,
except Sunday. The standard rime by which
these trains run is 36 minutes slower than
Savannah city time.
Lv Savannah.... 7:10 am 8:20 pm 5:10 pm
Ar Guyton 5:07 a m 9:22 p m 0:43 poi
Ar M;flen 9:40 am 11:10pm 5:25 p m
Ar Auguata 11:50 am 6:86 ain
Ar Macon ... 1:40 p m 2:50 am
Ar Atlanta 6:40 pm 6:40 am
Ar Montgomery
via Atlanta o:4sam 7:35pm
Lv Macon 2:00 pin 2:56 am
Ar Columbus ... 5:50 pm 6:50 a m
Ar Birmingham 3:30 pm
Ar Montgomery. 9:40 p m 10:40 a m
Lv Macon 6:50 pm 10:10 a m
Ar Eufaula . . 3:47 am 4:10 p m
Ar Montgomery. 6:30 am 7:13 pm
Ar Albany. .. .11:05 prn 2:53 p>u
Guyton dinner train leaves Savannah 2:Oop.
m.: arrives Guyton 2:55 p. m.
Passengers for Sylvania, Wrights ville, Mil*
ledgeville and Eatonton should take 7:10 a. m.
train. ,
Pasaonffors for Carrollton. Fort Gaines, Tab
botton, Buena Vista, Blakely and Clayton should
take the 8:20 p. m. train
Lv Montgomery 7:40 am
I.v Atlanta 6:soam 7:ispm
Lv Macon 10:35 am 11:00 pm
Lv Augusta 12:00 noon 9:30 pm
Lv Mitten 2:2S p m 3:20 ain 5:20 a m
Lv Guyton 4:08 pm 5:07 am 6:28 am
Ar Savannah 5:00 p m 6:15 a m 8:00 a m
Lv Montgomery. 2:05 a m 8:00 p m
Lv Birmingham 11:45 a m
Ar Columbus.. 5:50 am 6:40 pm .
Ar Savannah. 5:00 pm 615 a m
Lv Albany . 4:50 am 11:55 am
Lv Montgomery. 9:55 pm 7:4" ain
Lv Eufaula. 1:00 a m 10-47 ft m
Ar Savannah. 5:00 p m 6:l* am
Guyton dinner train leaves Guyton 3:10 p. m.;
arrives Savannah 4:25 p. m.
Sleeping cars on all night trains between Sa
vannah, Augusta, Spartanburg, Macon and
Atlanta.
Train leaving Savannah at 8:20 p. m. will stop
regularly at Guyton, to put off passengers.
Train arriving at Savannah at 6:15 ft m. will
stop on signal at stations between 3lillen and
Savannah to take on passengers
Connections at Savannah with Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway for ail points in
Florida.
Tickets for all points and sleeping car berths
on sale at City Office, No. 20 Bull street, and
Depot Office 30 minutes before departure of
each train.
ROBERT W. HUNT, E. T. CHARLTON,
Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass Agent.
FLORIDA RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION CO.
ON AND AFTER MAY 14, 1888, trains depart
from Jacksonville passenger station, foot
of Hogan street, as follows:
7:30 a. m.—New Orleans Fast Mail, daily,
for Lake City, Live Oak, Marianna. Madi
son, Monticello, Tallahassee Quincy, De-
Funiak, Pensacola. Mobile, New Orleans,
Texas, Denver, Nashville, St. Louis, Cincin
nati, Chicago, etc. Arrives in Jackson
ville at 0:45 p. m
8:30 a. m.—For Fernandina and Ocean
Beach. Sunday only. Stops at all stations.
Arrives Jacksonville at 8:45 p. m.
9:30 a. m- -For I ernamjina ijaii.y, except
Sunday. Connects with Cumberland Route
for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta, Cimtta
nooga, Cincinnati, St Louis, Chicago aud
all points North. Arrives at Jacksonville
2:55 p. m.
11:40 a. m.—South Florida Mail and Ex
press, dally, for Gainesville, ( edar Key,
Silver Springs, Ocala, Wildwood. Plant City,
Leesburg. Tavares. Orlando, South Florida.
Arrives Jacksonville 1.45 p. m.
2:45 p TO. —Steampr Express. Sunday only.
Connects with Sunday steamers Clyde Line
for Charleston and New York Also with
Cumberland Route steamers ior Brunswick.
Macon, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Chicago and all
points North. Arrives at Jacksonville
12:10 D. m.
3:00 p. m.—West Florida Express, daily,
for all points in West Florida, Pensacola,
Montgomery, Nashville and all points North.
Arrives Jacksonville 12:45 p m.
4:3d p. TO.—Fernandina Mail" and Express,
daily, except Sunday, connects Tuesday and
Friday with Savannah steamer, Thursday
with Mallory line. Arrives Jacksonville
8:45 . m.
7:45 p no.—South Florida Nioht Express,
daily, except Sunday, for all points in South
Florida, lias through Sleeping Car to
Orlando. Berths only sl. Arrives Jackson
ville 6:25 a. m.
For local time cards, folders, maps, rates, and
any other information, call at City Ticket
Office, 80 West Bay street, corner Hogan.
A. O. MacDONELL, G P. A
D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Supt,, Jacksonville, Fla.
HAMS.
A little higher in prite, but of unrivalled quality,
USE
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FINEST IN TUB WORLD.”
SPOUTING GOODS.
BEFORE BUYING
TRAP GUNS.
RIFLES,
FISHING TACKLE
AND
AMMUNITION,
CALL AND GET PRICES FROM
G. S. McAlpin,
31 WHITAKER bT.
ty- Special attention given to loading shells.
WEAK Adtice Free 1 How to Act!
*>iEN -r * ho*t Vl t or *"' l Manhood ri-worfd p.„
mature Tieetloeaud Functlonel dirrl-,i
oIBONCIiw. A,.........
RAILROADS.
SAVANNA!! FLORIDA & WESTERN
RAIL W A Y.
Way cross Short Lina
Time Card in Effect June 17, 1888.
ALL TRAINS of this road are run by Central
Standard Time. Passenger trains will leave
and arrive daily as follows:
WEST INDIA FAST MAIL
MAO DOWN. riaD n
7:06 am Lv Savannah Ar 12:33 pm
IJ:A p m Lv Jacksonville Lv 7:3oam
4:4opm Lv Sanford Lv I:3oam
9:25 pin Ar Tampa Lv 7:4opm
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE
Monday and 1 1 Thursdaw
rX" L.)
Wedn c s day ( Wedn esdav
and Satur - Ar.. Havana...Lv >and Satur
day 6:ooam. I )davlp m
Pullman buffet cars to and from New York
and Tampa.
NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
7:0*1 a m Lv Savannah Ar 7 4S n m
8:38 ara Lv Jesup Lv !{J
9:46 am Ar Waycross Lv 4 25nm
II: 30 ain Ar Callahan Lv i:s
12:00 noon Ar Jacksonville Lv 1 15 p m
7:3oam Lv ...Jacksonville Ar 7aonm
10:00a in Lv Waycross Ar 4 10pS
11:04 am Ar .Dupont Lv 3:OSKS
12:56 pm Ar Live Oak Lv 10s n m
5:05 pin Ar lake City Lv 8 45am
4:10 p m Ar Gainesville Lv Pit.™
11:59 pm Ar Valdosta Lv 2 16pS
12:30pm Ar Quitman Lv I:46pm
1:90 P m Ar Thomasvllle Lv 12 55
3:3.1 p in Ar Bainbridge Lv 10 40 am
4 1 0 pm Ar.... Chattahoochee .. Lv 10:30 anj
Pullman buffet cars to and fronfjacksonvUie
and New York; also to and from Waycross and
New Orleans via Pensacola.
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.'
12:35pm Lv Savannah Ar 12 2s nm
2®Pm Lv Jesup ...Lv 10:56a in
4:00 pmAr Waycross Lv 0:50 am
4:20 pm Lv M aycross Ar 945 a m
C:lopm Lv . .Callahan Lv 8.05a S
*:00 PMr . Jacksonville Lv 73u a m
This train connects at Waycross with Fast
Express train for New Orleans and the West
Through Pullman sleeping cars to Montgomery
Nashville and St. Loufe. **
ALBANY '
P m Savannah Ar 6:lsam
10:40 pin Lv Jesup Lv 4:00 a m
1:10a mAr ..Waycross Lv irisam
8:00 a mAr .Jacksonville Lv 6:30 Dm
6:3opm Lv Jacksonville Ar 8 00am
2:00 am Lv .... Waycross Ar 12 20 am
B:£am Lv Dupont Lv 10:45pm
7:00 ain Ar Thomosville Lv 7-30 nm
11:40am Ar. Albany Lv 4:oopm
Stops at atl regular stations. Pullman slee
ing cars to and from Jacksonville and Savannah
JESUP EXPRESS.
3:45 pm Lv Savannah Ar 8:30 ta
6:10p mAr Jesup Lv 5:25a m
Stops at all regular and flag stations.
LOCAL connections! “
•JESUP.
To and from Brunswick and Savannah.
8:15 pm’l2:S3 pm.lv Sav'nh ar|l9:23 pm I 6:lsam
10:30pmj 2:32pm ar Jesup lvlo:s3am, 4 00am
6:2oam B:2spm arßr'w'klv| 8:40 am) B:ospm
To and from Macon. Atlanta, Gnffln and
Columbus
7:o6am! B:lspmjlv Sav’nh ar 6:lsam 7:45pm
H:loam 10:35pmilv Jesup ar 3:soam s:4opm
s:3opui 3:25am ar Macon lv 10:50pm 11 35am
B:4opm s:3samar McD’h lv B:4opm 9:llam
10:00pm 6:soamarAtla'talv 7:25pm 8 00am
! 7:s7 amjar Grlffln lv s:oopm
. 11:20am arClbuslv 1:10pm
waycross.
To and from Savannah and Brunswick.
B:lspmj 7:o6am lv Sav'nh ar|l2:23pm 6:lsam
1:10am 9:isam ar W’yc'sarl 9:42am 9:l2pra
i :00 am, I, :50 pm ar B swek lv| 7:ooam 6 26 pm
To and from Albany and Montgomery.
7:ooamT2::3spmllvSav’nh ar]l2:2BpnVl2:2Bpm
10:00am, 9:3opm lv Wye's ar 0::0am| 4:ooam
3:oopm I:soam arAlbanylvj 4:45am)11:!5pm
I 4:sBam ar Euf'la !v| 1:10am: ....
I 7:Boam|ar Mt'g'y lv) 9:sspm|. .. ’.’.’!*
Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Chatta!
nooga. and through coaches Jacksonville to
Chat tanoofra.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jackson
vllle and Savannah.
Through tickets sold to all points by rail and
steamship connections, and baggage checked
through. Also Sleeping Car Berths and Section*
secured at Passenger Station, and Bren's TickS
Office, 22 Bull street.
K. O. FLEMING, WM. P. HARDEE,
Superintendent. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Charleston k Savannah Railway^
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 16tb, 1318.
TRAINS leave and arrive at Savannah by
standard Time, which is 36 minutes slower
than city time.
NORTHWARD.
No. 68.* No. 14 * No. 78.•
Lv Savannah 6:45 am 18:43 pm 8:10pm
Ar Beaufort 10:17am 6:oopm _
Ar Allendale 10:25am 7:35 pm „
Ar Augusta 12:40 pm
Ar Charleston 12:00noon 6:20 p m 1:25 am
SOUTHWARD.
No. 33. N0.33.* No. 27.•
Lv Charleston..., 7uoa m 3:15 pm 4:ooam
Lv Augusta 12:25 pm
Lv Allendale s:3oam 2:4opm
Lv Beaufort 7:29am 9:13 pm
Ar Savannah ... 10:4iam 7:oopm 6741 am
'Daily.
Train No. 14 stops only at Yemassee aod
Green Pond.
Train No. 78 stops only at Monteith, Hardae
ville, Ridgeland Coosauhatchie,
Green Pon 1 and Rsvenel.
For tickets, Pullman car reservations and
other information, epply to WM. BREN, TiCiteO
Agent, 22 Bull street and at depot.
E P McSWINEY, Gen. Pass. Agent
C S. GADSDEN, Superintendent.
SUIIL'RBAN RAILWAYS.
City and Suburban Railway.
Savannah. Oa., June 1, 1888
ON and after MONDAY. June 4, the follow
ing schedule will be run on the OUTSIDE
LINE:
LEAVE ARRIVE LEAVE ISLE I LEAVE
CITY. CITY. or HOPE. MONTOOMERY
*6:50 a. m. 6:40 a.m. 6:18 a. m
10:35 a. m. 8:33 a. in. 8:17 a. m, 7:52 a. m.
3:26 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 1:35 p. m. 1:10 p. m.
Cj2(i p, rrn 6:38 p. m. **6:ls p. m, **s:6o p. m.
•For Montgomery oniy Passengers for isle ?
Hope go via Montgomery without extra charge
and this tram will be omitted on Sunday
morning.
"This train leaves half hour later on Sunday
evening.
tThis train leaves half hour later on Saturday
evening, and will be omitted Sunday evening.
,l. 11. JOHNSTON, President.
Coast Line Railroad*
STEAM CARS,
CATHEDRAL CEMETERY, BONAVENTURfI
AND THUNDERBOLT.
CITY TIME.
The following suburnau schedule will be ob
served on and after MONDAY, March 26,
" eek days. (See special schodulo for Sunday.)
Leave Savannah 7:10, 10:35, a. a, 3:00, 4:00)
5:00, *6:45 p, M.
Gave Thunderbolt, 6:50, 8:00 A. m„ 12:20, 3:30,
4:30, 6:20 p. m.
1 wave Bona venture, 6:00, 8:05 A. M., 12:25,
8:35, 4:35, 6:25 p. u.
•Saturday night last car leaves city 7:15, In
stead of 0'45
Take Broughton street cars 25 minutes before
departure of Suburban trains.
R. E. COBB, Supt
HA Hi) Wake.
EDWARD LOVELL 4 SONS,
166 BROUGHTON and 13S-140 STATE bTS*
DEAUCIUI XJf—
General Hardware,
BAR, BAND AND HOOP IRO\
WAGON MATERIAL,
Naval Stores Supplies,
Til t? MORNING NEWB carriers reach
I 11. every part of the ally early. Tweny

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