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ITEMS IX THREE STATES. GEORGIA, FLORIDA AND SOUTH CAROLINA PUT IN TYPE Narrow F. a capo trom a Terrible Steam boat Disaster On the Flint River—A Negro Injured in a Peculiar Manner Near Knoxville—A Suit for $25,000 Damages Filed in Spalding County. GEORGIA. The Marshallville Times has suspended. There are 100 guests at Cumberland Island. Quitman’s canning factory is doing a good business. A cotton factory is among the possibili ties at Tullapoo-a. E. M. Anthony is the newly elected ordinary of Wilkes county. Joseph P. Thomas is a candidate for tax collector of Mitchell couTity. Hon. AY. Y. Atkins m will speak at Pal tnetto next Ti.msday (July lit) afternoon. Hon. E. Y. Hill will begin the erection of a handsome reside ce at VYaslii gton soon. July 28 Oconee countv will elect delegates to the congressional and senatorial convec tions. The Georgia pharmaceutical association will attend the Augusta exposition iu a body. The senatorial convention of the Twenty second district will be held at Monroe Aug. 4. Greene county will nominate her legisla tive candidates at a primary election to be held Aug. 18. Hon. 11. H. Carlton has secured a position in the treasury department for Miss Grogan of Eibert county. VYilkes county will elect her guberna torial and congre-sional delegates ut a mass Ineetiug, to be held July 81. The seventh annual reunion of tho Eighteenth Georgia regiment will be hold at Cartersville on Friday, Aug. 10. During a severe thunder storm atThomas- Ville Tuesday night the Methodist church steeple was struck by lightning. There is a fair prosjtect that Massey, who was shot at Latayette by Sidney Miller, wiil pull through and will save his leg. Brooks lia- shipped more melons than any county in Georgia, unless it, is Lee, tlie ship ments of w Inch ha >o not been heard from jet. The democratic mass meeting of Mitchell county will be held AVednesday to elect dele gates to the state and congressional conven tions. The city council of Montezuma has appro priated $5OO towards boring a well ou the south side of town aud the casing has been ordered. Minor AV*. Brown of Gainesville has been granted letters patent for a car coupling which, exp rts are of the opinion, will fill a long-relt want. Brown &, Puuliin of Fort Gaines shipped a car of melons Tuesday, which tfi.oy claim didn’t contain a melon that would weigh under fifty-five pounds. There are three candidates for repro sentativo in Rockdale county, but Judge A. C. McCalla is said to be the fortunate gentleman who will win the race. At Quitman, AVednesday, in the case of Goorge West, who killed" AVesley Johnson about two montiis ago, bail was allowed by J udge Hanseil in the suin of $2,500. Several northern men, who have settled In Morgan county since the war and who wore the blue, have contributed liberally to the reunion of the Third Georgia regi ment. Last Sunday the mill owned by Beasley & Sheffield, twelve miles from Cedartown. bear Seney. on the < artorsvillo road, was destroyed by fire. Quite a large amount of lumber was also destroyed. The celebration of the centennial of Clark's station church, in AYilkes county, on AVednesday and Thursday was a great Bucees>, and there were immense crowds of people in attendance on both days. The school census of Randolph county has been completed and shows the number t>f children between tho age* of 6 and 18 to be: AV bites, 1,865; negroes 3,422; total, 6,287, making nearly two negroes to one white. Near Naylor, on Thursday last, a negro toy named Snirmau Chisholm, at tho old E. Y. Fry still, in tho Naylor district, severely cut his employer, Frank Register. The negro escaped, but was close pressed at last accounts. At Thonmsville, Thursday, Mrs. Bird •old to Mrs. T. P. Jones her house and lot, on corner of Dawson and Monroe streets, opposite the female college, for $2,600. This same property was offered a few months ago for $2,300. Owing to unavoidable circumstances, tho proposed barbecue to be given by Lexing ton will not come off the first week Tu August, as was at first proposed. It may be later in the summer, vet there is no cer tainty that it will bo given at ail. It w-as announced last Saturday that, Hon. R. H. Jackson, president of the Geor gia state alliance, would deliver an address at the court house in Quitman last Monday. For some reason he failed to arrive and the town was full of disappointed people. The veterans of tho Thirtieth Georgia regiment held their animal reunion at Fair burn Friday and had a highly enjoyable time. All the arrangement< are completed for the big reunion of the survivors of the Forty-second Georgia regiment at Monroe, July 20. Near Knoxville a day or two ago, a negro was driving spikes on the railroad track, when the face of the hammer was shattered and a piece of steel about an inch in length entered Ids arm near the elbow and ranged upward about three inches, almost going through the arm. Friduy was the day set apart for the hanging of Andrew Patterson at Quitman, but the hanging ha- been indefinitely post poned,with a strong probability that it will never take place. The prisoner has been granted anew trial which will come off at the November term of court. In tlie school census report it transpired that Lowndes is not likely to la- turned over to the female sex, like some northeast ern states, in the near future. Among the colored children the males have forty-seven the advantage in number, ami among the whites tlie males are eleven ahead. A mass meeting of the democratic party of Brooks county is called to meet ui the court house on Wednesday, July is, for the purpose of electing anew executive com puttee, di#< gates to tho gubernatorial con vention in Atlanta on Aug 9, and delegates to tho congressional convention of the oecoud dist rict. AiueWcus has organized n building and loan association. The following gentlemen l>av been elected directors for tho first >-eur: M. Speer, U. B. Harrold, J. E. D. Sinpp, J. C. Roney. H. R. Johnson, S. M. Cohen and J. AV. Wheatley. M. S(teer wag elected president and C. A. Pricker secre tary and treasurer. f)n Thursday evening of last week J. M. Rawls was heavily sh'ick-sl by lightning at the depot at Cuthbcrt. He was stuudin • immediately under the wires where they enter tlie office, the wires were stricken, and Mr, Rawls , so severely ali'siked that he would have fallen* had not a geinleiiinn near by cuught him Btilt was filed with th clerk Friday iu the largest ease that will come before- the August term <>f (Spoiling superior court. Henry Ms - field, i. brakeman "it tho Sa vauiiah, Griffin und North Alabama rail mMTwbUu coupling an engim ii Griffin on hept 12, ISB7, w-a run over amt lied Pi bum lll'light leg amputat'd. He sues for $25/4)0 damage. L It. Buhrman, assistant genera! (Manager of the (south rn grantt. r impuiiy nt Litfioeia, met with a very piintu! c i dent a lay or two ago. Haw us at th* Big Lwdii" q tarry, ami ti n* I to got Ui" ! fengim. of the f ittk Duui, w hen fiu uuuiu a I ; misstep aud fri! alongside of the truck, and ; one of tho engine wheels grazed his leg, iu fl.cting a cut to tho bono and about six I inches in length. | The col red people of Lexington are hav | ing as turbulent a time over their school in j Lexington ns are the whites iu other por tio: sof thecoun'y. The la.-t move was by tbolm ti n having the most mtrol in tDo ehurch in locking up the houto against tho school. The other faction immediately se cured another licuxe and the school gr,es on, but there will Is: blood in tho moon before the matter is settled. The LeConte pear industry in Brooks county bids fair to return reasonable profits this year. Shipments are now going for ward rapidly, and so far the returns have boon satisfactory. There seems to be a growing confidence in the pear as a money crop, arid the indications are that the acre age will steadily increase. I). B. Thrasher had shipped, up to Wednesday, over eighty crates of pears from ten trees, and the end is not yet. Tom Dooley of Athens has a kemi eye to business, but sometimes errs in judgment, He makes a ou-iness of collecting all the waste paper, rags, etc., ami sending them out to the paper mills. He carries 500 pounds at a load, and gets one-half cent per pound, or $2 50 a load. He pays $3 a load for a team, s i he is just 50 cents alert on each load. He is, however, so determined to do something that he cannot see his error, and persists in putting himself at great trouble to lose 50 cents per load. Sheriff Glass of Henry county hart the good luck to catch Kwel (Jonnel, anoscapcd convict, a few days ago. C'ounel had been depredating on the people, stealing chickens, apples, etc. When fi und be was secreted man outhouse. He arose with a bush ax in bis hand aud defied the officers. There was a sudden click, click, click of their shot guns, and the body of tho desperado was covered with their grim muzzle*. They soon secured und lodged him in jail. Tho sheriff received #.30 tor mnkin-r the oapt ture, #25 of which was given to Mr. Cathey, who discovered the criminal. A straw man w-as recently- put on tho track of the Washington branch to test the eye-sight of tlie engineer, to he used in tho event the family of Burke, who was killed on ibe road seme months ago, should sue for damages. The engineer saw the man, thinking lie was a real one, and did all he could to stop his engine, but it passe 1 over the object and the engineer thought ho had killed a man. Ho was greatly relieved when lie found it was only a man of straw. It is thought by tlie railroad that this very* clearly demonstrates that no engineer could possibly have stopped his engine in time to keep from running over Burke. A large crowd from Montezuma attended the barbecue at Warwick, in Worth county, Thursday. All went well until the return trip. The steamer Montezuma, which had been chartered for the trip, had almost reached tlie Americas, Preston and" Lumpkin railroad bridge coming back Thursday evening, and a good number of the party were making them selves at home at the supper tables. All at once a fearful explosion oc curred, and the boat near the engines was a complete mass of steam, smoke and fire. A cry arose that the engine had exploded and people began to take to the water as fast as if they- were all ready for a bath. It was soon ascertained, however, that nothing h-ui happened hut tho blowing out of the safety cock of the engine, and the ' frightened swimmers were gathered on the boat again. The comptroller general has received the tax digests for 18SN from Rockdale and Pickens counties. Rockdale returns 659 white anil 332 negro polls. The value of land is given in at $532,408, of which $552,- 112 belong* to whites and $10,(596 to ne groes. V*aluo of citv property is placed at $177,425. of which $174,58S belongs to white* and $2,545 to negroes. The aggregate value of the whole property of the county is placed at #1,207,879, of which $1,180,201' be longs to whites and #27,678 to negroes. This is an increase m valuation of $75,100 over 1887. Pickens county returns 1,111 white and 36 negro polls. The value of land is placed ut *4179.470, of which $378,770 is ac credited to whites and s7o>) to negroes. City property is returned at $35,850, all of which belongs to whites. The aggregate value of the whole property of the county is placed at $792,214, of which $1,015 is accredited to negroes. The digest shows an increase of $60,400 over 1887. AY. J. Little, a prosperous planter living near Eat niton, went to Macon Friday, and knowing a barber in a Fourt h street barber shop, went in to talk to him awlnle. the proprietor of the shop invited him to take a seat in one of the barber chairs under the fail, where it was cool, and rest himself. 1 his Mr. Little did, and after awhile arose aud went out. Later Mr. Little desired to take a shave, und lie entered another bar ber shop on Fourth street, other than thr one where he hail sut down and cooled off at the proprietor’s invitation. When his shave was over ho came out, and was accosted on tho sidewalk by- the proprietor ot the first shop for not having patrraiized him, as he had previously allowed him to rest and end in Ins chair, and he demanded of Mr. Little 25 cents pay for having sat in the chair, Mr Little paid the money ami spoke to Officer Baughn about the trausac tion, spying that ho cared nothing about the 25 cents, but hated to sea such tricks perpetrated. FLORIDA. Three now storos are to be built at Chip- Icy. Charles F. Avery has had his pension in creased. Anew freight boat was launched at Lake Weir Thursday. Intoxicating liquors are being illegallv dealt in at Cedar Key. The Volusia county democratic conven tion will meet at Orange City on Aug. 7. At St. Augustine, Friday, a number of gentlemen intereste i 11 yachting organized a regatta association. It is rumored that one of Do Land’s promi nent democratic citizens will soon embark iu the newspaper busihe-s. Prof. W, T. Laine of Lisbon has boon favorably mentioned to represent his dis trict in the national congress. Gainesville has anew daily paper, called the Democrat. This gives G unesville three dailies. J. G. Huffman is editor. Capt. S. C. Tucker, register of the United States land office at Gainesville, has been granted a thirty days’ leave of absence. The Chipliy hotel company has raised enough money to build a #5,000 hotel and will commence work iu the near future. A day or two ago two colored men quar reled at Sumterville, and one was shot through the head with a Wiuchoster, and will probably die. The following Florida postmasters were appointed Friday: Farm in. Levy county, John A. Coovert; Abes Springs, Calhuii.i county, Frankiyn Clark. M. G. \\ right of Motmt Dora announces himself as a candidate for the nomination of circuit clerk of Luke cunity, before the democratic convention of primaries. John Ivertion of Jacksonville lias been awarded the contract for building a large two story house3ox4o feet in dimensions at Pablo Boac i tor the sisters of charity. In Gadsden county 'he rorii crop is a’ o n made, the tobu<v crop is very 11 io. seldom has there been a liett-'r s'AH'in fir potatoes than tin*, and u good cotton crop is assured. Among th" changes in the life siving service are th" following iu Florida: David * ter Inlet sta;ioi promoted and appointed keeper of Gilbert's littl house of n f ige. There oamo near being a serious couil i gration at Mdt mi lust I huraday night In the Knights of L ibor hall, caused by th” explosi m of a h m ' Fortunately no umterml ilnunge as I ms Juim* It t 'ha >■ ol Jacksonville has left with Ins family f"i I'inciiina’l, where they will remain nut I October Mr. (' iiiil-n will pt 'tmlily return the latter part o| July end Help i-uJiVsi*> tiro sfiit* tor lloriu-o i a el M run, ami tin: Vi uvlu ! < j uhll .iu stale U- ( THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. JULY 16, 18S8. i i Senator Tasco in the senate Friday pre ! fontz'd a petition of tho trustees of tho’ sta’e agricultural college, Florida, praying for the passage of the senate bill relating to the tido of t;,e Arredondo land grant of 20,- 0)0 aci-es, ou a part of which tlie college is situated. Two prominent citizens of Gainesville cau.e Tieir making a deal in real estate a few days since. A s.ight difference as to the value of tho property wai the ouly thing that prevented a sale. The owner of the land asked #6OO per aero and was offered #35. At Pensacola a lot of vandals have taken it upon themselves to finish up the gilt let fared signs along East Government street, and f. .ar they have succeeded by scratcii i.-ig up the signs in a way that ruins them ntn-rly, and leaves them in such a condi tion tnat they only make the houses look badly. At St. Augustine Frankiyn SV. Smith is breaking ground preparatory to the emo tion of a fine concrete apartment building aft,-i- the Moorish style of arehit ctnre. The building will be opposite the Ponce de Leon and Alcazar, ou tlie corner of Granada and King streets, and will bo very hand some and imposing. TV. .J. Pearce of Bartow since January has killed nine deer, and sold two others, making eleven be lias sold in Bartow for $7O ■ >9. nearly $7 each. The largest one of the eleven was sold for #9 35, hi ie and all. Two of these deer were killed within hear ing distance of his house at the same time by firing both barrels of his gun. Pa-eo county's primaries will lie held Aug. 4, to elect delegates to tho county con vention to be held in Dade City, Aug. 9, to select six delegates to represent Pasco county in the congressional convention to be held at, Bartow Aug. 16, six delegates to the senatorial convention, to elect a democratic executive committee for Pasco county. Tho old artesian well at Ocala is down 510 feet. Tho now one, which is to give a temporary supply of water for the fire mains, is down 212 feet. The work on the now well is very slow owing to the impene t ral lilitv of the r< ok. Mr. Jeter thinks from the conformation of the geological mao that they will have to go down I,B’JLI U) 2,090 feet before they find the flow of artesian water desired. Congress P. Dovoreux of Palatka closed the doors of his store on Lemon street Thursday, anl made an assignment to Henry Petertnatm. Liabilities over slo,ooo. Preferred creditors: H. B. Clafl n & Cos., New York; Taylor, Sharp & Perkins, New York; Witz, Biedier & Cos., Baltimore; Kauffman milling company, St. Louis. The largest amount of indebtedness is to H. B. Claflin & Cos. A valuable sulphur spring has recently been unearthed by the colored laborers of tho St. John’s Lake Weir and Gulf railroad, near Oxford. It is located in a small sink on Prof. Dodson’s property near Rev. Joshuav Perry’s place. The spring has for the past three weeks supplied water to over 160 hands working on the railroad grado. Some children living near tho spring, and not in good health, ure said to have im proved wonderfully after having used tho water from tho spring for tho short period of three weeks. Jacksonville Tmws Union: Private infor mation was receive ] in Jacksonville Friday, to the effect that Plant City, where sickness is reported as existing, has been entirely de populated with the exception of two or three persons, who are unable to be removed, and a few attendants. The people who have been sent away are stationed about in the neighboring country. It is stated that Iho buildings, furniture, bedding, etc., will be entirely consumed lie lire in order to ( ffoet ually destroy any germs of the disease that may remain in them. A strict e rdon is also kept up about the vicinity night and day, in order to prevent any "persons from going into other sections of tho state. It is further stated that aid is ne -ded, espec ally in the matter of nurses, and anv assistance of a pecuniary nature will also be most gratefully received. On last M mday morning Mr. Flood, who had been connnctod with the firm of Skin ner & Me David, of Pensacola for several years, in tlie cnpicity of bookkeeper, was summoned to appear at tho presont term of the criminal court as a juror, and left his home ostensibly for the purpose of coming to t its city to answer tho summons. About KI-.30 o'clock that morning he drove up to tho residence of Mrs. Hooten, and left his horse aud buggy, telling her that ho was in a hurry to got to the court house, ns ho had boon summoned to appoar thereat 10 o’clock. Since that time nothing has boon scon or heard of him, more than that a lot of men saw a man at tho depot Monday morning, supposed to be him, and a report that he was seen at Flomaton on Monday evening. His books are all right, nml Messrs. Hkiu n- r & MrDavid say tnat there is no stain on bis character in connection with his faithful discharge of his duties to them as his employer. Mr. Flood is about 50 years of age, is a small man, and has a deformed eye, w hich would load to his identity. It is believed that he wamjered away while temporarily deranged. Tie' following civil appointments have been made during tho past week: J. J. Goruto, to be county judge in and for the county of Taylor; Fred w. Griffin, to be commissioner of deeds for Florida in and for Illinois; James Kellum, to be member of board of health in and for tho county of Lee; M. S. Moser, to be muembor of board of in-allli in and for the county of Marion; George A. K. Stevens aud A. L. Hunt, Jr., to be notaries puidie in and for the state at large; Noaborn Larkins, to be countv com missioner in and for tho county of Liberty; S. E. Rowe, to he justice of "tlie peace in and for tho couuiy of Marion; Augustus Baldwin, to bo justice of tho jieace iu aud for the county of Putnam; Whit more Finder, to be auctioneer in and for the county of Monroe; Goo. G. Holmes, to bo notary public in and for (he state at large; F. M. Douglass, to be county treas urer in and for the county of Baker; John ( B. Thomas, to Lie justice of the peace m and for the county of Alachua; Hugh Black, to be county commissioner iu and for the county of Leon; E. B. Given, to be member of board of health in and for tho county of Osceola; John B. Thomas, to be justice of the peace in aud for the county of DeSoto. ' SOUTH CAROLINA. Tho county democratic convention will meet at Greenville to-day. About $9,000 has lieen subscribed to a | wagon factory in Oaindeu. | Wm Henderson is a candidate for the I legislature m Berkeley county. The citizens of Allendale have subscribed SJ,OOO for the boring of an artesian well. The total property in Pickens county re turned for taxation amoumts to f1,081*834. J. E. Tindall, A. Levi and John A. Brock are Clarendon’s candidates for the legisla ture. Three thousand three hundred and flfty two persons pay the poll tax in lancaster county. Dr. O. P. Haw thorn has announced him self as a candidate for the legislature in Abbeville, The Kev. H. I', Smith has taken charge of t oo Bullick’s Creek I’rasbyterian church in York county. Utamont Moses and Arthur K. Sanders of Sumpter, are announced as candidates for the legislature. Hr \V M Walker has decided to with draw from the race for the house of repiv s uitativm m Vnrk county. A M. bunkiu is uniiouncM ns a candi date for reflect iin to the h use of rep re sen in r:e from (’hartcrflalit, \lu J. b White of Atilievlllo county de 1 c i it's to i • ontii a camllilate firtho l igisla ture, in rim ■ of hearty support. A ■ oi respondent of ihn Greenville \/on • t in in "I Entrrp use wants the Hev. A. t (Si p;, to run for the legislature "Ia nastor Farmers," in With of the Lu cut opa miior-c D Hi* .p> n P ul N -wm .try fur IMuteusn g ivmiiji A . K. Thompson, W. D. Tiautunm, Jut I H. Magin and \V. F. arc candidates for the legislature in Ker-baw county. Col. Janies E. Davis fell between the cars at Windsor Friday and both legs were crushed, ilo is a trial justice and a ro- I spec ted citizen. Work lias begun on the rebuilding of the handsome brief building'if Capt. J. Robert Lindsay of Yorkvilie, that was recently destroyed by fire. Edgar H. Freeland, a young white man, was killed at Plum Branch, in Edgefield county, on July 3, by the cuviiig iu of a clay mine in which he was wo, king. The Barnwell Light Infantry lias been organized with the following officers: John E. All.-n, captain; Tlieo J. Simons, John J. HefTer,.au and X, G. W. Walker, lieuten ants. A committee of ladies has been organ ized in Georgetown for th purpose of rais ing a iund to purchase a handsome silk flag to be presented to tho Marion's Men of Winyah. A. McP, Hamby has been unanimously re-elected superintendent of the George town graded schools and principal of the academic department at a salary of *l,-00 pel year. An ancient pane of glass has tie-n dis covered at the Olympus mansion in George town, now owned by F. W. Macuskor, that lias been there since 1790, with the owner’s name engraved thereon. The as'-,e smentr of persoual property In York county amounts to $1,693,27(1. against $1,613,14.) last year; real • state, #3,J57,5'i5, against $3,340,040 laty*‘ar, railroads, $439,- 047. against #455,505 last year. William H. Foster, of Spartanburg, has pecan trees ten years Ud that grew from the seed. They have a line crop of nuts this year. He also has coffee trees that grow well and bloom, but never fruit. Prof. Jo-eph Holme- and wife of the wi.i varsity of North Carolina are visiting rela tives at Laurens. Prof. Holmes, while there, will make some mitieralogical in vestigation of the native rocks of Laurens. The adjutant gonera! Inis received in voices of United States uniforms lor the companies at the following places: Fort Metre, Bonnettville, Ulackville, Union, Woodruff, Pickens, Greenville, Edgefield and Anderson. IV. J. Roddey and Ed Poag have become owners of the telephone line connecting Yorkvilie and Rock hill. They propose, at an early day, to substitute for the phones formerly in use the Bell instrument, and will put their lino in good working order. Last Tuesday a white man named O’Brien, living in the lower part of Lexington c unity, accidentally killed one of his chil dren. It is /aid that he was beating his wife, when tho child ran between its parents aud was struck and killed by its father. Robert Trotter, of Pickens county, not long since had about S3BO stolen from him. While he and his wife were out about the lot tending to the stock a thief broke into his house, carried tha trunk about half a mile, broke it open, and, b-sides the money, carried away several valuable papers. Muse Hampton was stabbed to tho heart by Gus Gray on Thursday morning and was killed instantly, near Hamburg. Their children had boon quarrelling mi l Gray tried to stop them. Hampton interfered* knoeko 1 Gray down, got on him, and was stabbeil while on Gray. He is now in jail. Tho examination of applicants for the four Peabody scholarships in the Nashville normal school was held at Columbia Thursday. L ist year S uith Carolina had seven vacancies to till in the Nadivi 1 • school, and there were fourteen applicants. This year there were but four scholarships for the state and twenty-seven applicants. Archie Thompson was bitten the other clay by a rattlesnake in Gtarget nvu county. He drank about a qttart ot whisky and kpt down the poison until the doctor could arrive. Tee’snake struck him in tho left leg, a few inches below tli s knee can, and it swelled to an immense size. Dr. Sparkman, the attending physician, says that his patient will probably recover. Senator Butler has accepted the invita tion to be presont at tho confederate sur vivors re-union on Thursday of Greenville’s gala week (next week) and to deliver an ad dress to the veterans. Gan. P. M. B. Young of Gerrgin, a noted confederate cavalry leader, has also accepted an invi tation to attend. Senator Hampton las been invited and will probably com \ al though he has not hem heard" from vet. Gov. Fi zhugh L-e will certainly bo here. The declaration of the “Berkeley phos phate company'’ was fil and in the office of the secretary of state I tmr-da , and a commis sion was issued. T.ie board of corporators consists of William B. Chisolm and J. Bach man Chisolm. The prim-ipal place of busi ness will be on the Northeastern raih- K .i, at or near rh * Ashley junction. Tho general purposes of the company is to manufacture fertilizer- from phosphate, etc. Tho eapit B st< ck will be #40,000, divided into 400 shares of SIOO each. Union county is not backward in putting out candidate . Up to this date tile follow ing ha ve boon announced: Legislature 1.. G. MoKi-sick, V, Frank S i.lth, S. L. West, C. B. Crbo, Godf ey B. Fowler. Clerk of court —Thomas H. Gore, Joseph 11. MclCis sick. Sheriff- J. Gideon Loog. Auditor— W. W. Hughes, Nat. B. Morgan. Treas urer—J. B. T. Scott. Coroner—Clia l l. s Bolt, T. J. Greer. School eomniis inner M. L. Lemaster, W. 51. Faster, William MeGoweu, Alias E. A. tinnier. At Columbia Wednesday, tho case of the' S mth Curedi: a steamboat company against the South Carolina railway companv wn taken up in the civil court. Col. Haskell ren resented the nd road mid Senator A. T. Siiivt :oti e -t'iiniboat company. This was a suit for #!0,0.W damages for the obstruc tion of the Conguree river bv the railroad bri lip at Kingsville. CoL Haskell moved to dismiss the case on the grounds that it did not contain sufficient facts to cons itute a cause of action. Maj. Smvthe opposed this motion, but Judge Umtso'i granted it, Col. Haskell then nskot for further time to open the bridge. This was not granted. Ir is now the duty of the sheriff of Richland county to one 1 tho br.dge. The rich man cannot enter the kingdom of heaven, nut lie can have u thundering good time at the seashore. I.mroln Journal. MEDICAL. Dr. C. McLane’s Celebrated! LIVER PILLS WILL CURE m wm. A few doses taken at tho right time will often save a severe speii of! sickness. Price only 25 cents at! any drug store. Bo sure and see! that Dr. C. McLANE’S CELH-i BRATED LIVER PILLS, FLEtVI-j IMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Fa., is on tho box. None other is Genuine. Uoo IVORY POLISH for tho Tooth,! Piatvcsi s tub Unbath. CURE^DEAF I'l’iji?uuhloiiedl I urlirnnii i!.UM<ii.\ in s ii liK Nt; \ui \u ' ! V,l . '* *' * r 1 f ’ ’ f#wr orluji.fr .1*: ■ r **•.*■ In* H, .. , i u# > , r . w , ,_ | r# f rr , ) .. *• ’.'j S_\ v ' 1 Bl ua<.Hl JOr ... ■ ■*, * 4 '“-' • ' ’*• ‘o' ■■ • ' .. KiIUJ. f**“ ,* 'i^T 8 1 EK pays for the X- t. J l ”' 1 ivr.nr ik>bj<i.nu ***" at any part „f Umi #tty. OCEAN ST£\.\isliJP CONIPANY FOR New York, Boston and Philadelphia. FASSAGE TO NEW YORK. CABIN $2O 00 EXCURSION 82 00 iFE±4UUE 10 J FASSAGE TO BOSTON. CABIN $2O 00 EXCURSION 22 UU tSTEEBAUE WW FASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA. lvia New YuKkj. CABIN $22 50 EXCURSION. .. 86 00 a'likkJUUF U M r PHE maerilflcont stoamalilps of these If net 1 are appointed to Mail a* follows—standard tirao* TO NEW YORK. NAOOOCHEE, Capt. F. Kimptox, TUESDAY’ July 17. at 12:30 p. u. CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith, FRI DAY, July 2), at 3:30 p, m. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. J. W. Catharine, SUNDAY, July 22, at 3 a. m. TALLAHASSEE. Capt W. H. Fisher. TUESDAY, July 81, at 6:00 p. m. CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt H. a Daooett, FRIDAY’, July 87, at 0 a. m. TO BOSTON - . GATE CITY, C'Apr. N. F. Howes. THURSDAY, July 13, at 3 p. m. CITY OF MACON, Capt H. C. Lewis. THURS DAY, July 86, at 8:0J p. a. TO PHILADELPHIA. tFOH KHFtLiaY OXLk'.i JUNIATA, Capt. E. Christie, SATURDAY, July sl, at 4:30 p. M. DESSOUG. Capt. S. L. Asking SATUR u A l , July 2H. at 9:30 a. ml. Through bills of lading Riven to Eastern and Northwestern points and to porta of tno Uni tad Kingdom and the Continent, or freight or passage apply to C. U. A_NUEitSON, Agent, City iCxenauge building. Merchants’ and Mioeri’ Transportation Com’y. IToi' JJaltimore. CABIN $lB 50 dECOND CABIN 10 Ui THE STEAMSHIPS of this Com pa nv are ap pointed to sail from Savannah for Baltl mor© os follows—city time: GFO. APPOLD, Capt Fields, MONDAY, July 16. at 12 ar. WM. CRANE. Capt. Billups. SATURDAY, July 21. at 5 p. m. JOHNS HOPKINS, r a ot. Foster. THURS- I) \Y, July 26, at 9:30 a. m WM. OR VNE, Capt. Billups, TUESDAY, July 81. at 12 m. And from Baltimore on the above named days at 3 r m Through bills lading given to all points West, all thn manufacturing town* in New England, and to porta of the United Kingdom and the Continent. JAB. B. WEST &. CO., Agents, 114 Bay street. H ffi A IBL A IST L) ROU TK. STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS, Capt. M. P. USINA, / COMMENCING THURSDAY. April 19 will l leave Cnvannab from wharf foot of Lincoln rtreet for DO BOY, DARIEN. BRUNSWICK and FERNANUINA. every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5 p. m., connecting at Savannah with New York. Philadelphia, 1 o.st<'n and Baltimore steamers, at For napidiua with rail for Jacksonville and ail points in 1- ii ida. aud at Brunswick with steamer for .‘•atilia river. Freight received till 4:30 r. m. on days of sail- S'ickets to be had at Gazan's Cigar Store, in Pulaski House ami on board the boat. C. WILLIAMS, Agent. Plant .Steamship Line. SEMI-WEEKLY. Tampa, Key West and Havana. SOUTH BOUND. Lv Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays 10:30 i*. m. . \r Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 4 p m. Ar Havana Wed ties lavs and Saturdays 0 a. m. n< )rtit Sound. Lv Havana WVdnesdavsand Saturdays t r m. l.v Key West Wednesdaysahtl Saturdayso p.M. .\r Port Tampa Thursdays and Sundays ;i:3d r. m. Connecting at Port Tampa with West India 1 ist Train t >aud from Northern and Eastern • ifk*'. For stateroom accommodations, apply to City Tick*it office, S.. I*’. A \V. R’y, Jackson ville, or Agent Plant Steamship Line, Tampa. 0. 1* OWENS. Traffic Manager. H. S. HAINES, General Manager. Compagnie Generale fransatiantique —French Line to Havre BETWEEN New York and Havre, from pier No 4d, N. K., foot of Morton street. Trav elers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort of crossing the : Channel in a small boat. Special tram leaving ; the Coinnany s drs’k at Havre direct for Paris on arnvkl <>f steamers Baggage checked at New York through to Paris. LA BOURGOGNE, Fraxobcl, SATURDAY. July 2!. 1 A. M LA BRETAGNE, uk Joissklin, SATURDAY, July *JB. 9am LA (i \SCOONK, Santku.i. SATURDAY, Aug. 1. • p. v PRICK OF PASSAGE wine): Tv HAN RK -i irst Cabin, Sl>h SIOO and % Si; Second Cabin, s<*>; Steerage from N >*.\ York r> Havre, s*’ ; Steerage from New Y" k to Pari*, s2'* 00; including wine. beddiug and utensiU. LOUIS DE BEBLVN, Accent, 9 Bowliug Green, foot of Broadway, New \ork. or t\ W. nr N r. F.sy . &) Bull street, Meshhji. WILDER A CO., lift Bay utroet, Suvanuah Agents. 'For Augusta and Way Landings. BTEA M K R K ATIE. Capt J. B BEVILU W'U.I, leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 10 ' ’ o'clock a. a. uaty tuutj fur Augusta and way landu life All fruitful, payable by tfilmn JOHN LAWTON, BauM( FjV lU BAI.I' Old just tn* thuitf fur wrapper*. •>nly 13 i*-nt* , huni/yi Os b*bu, at w bit* iutm vAlt* RAILROADS, CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEORGIA. Savannah. Oa., July 1. l&Sf\ ON and after this date Passenger Trains will nin dally, unlees marked t. which are daily, except Sunday. The standard time by wnicb thes< a trains ruu is 30 minutes slower than .savannah city time. Lv savannah. 7:loam B:2opm s:4opm Ar Guyton . . fr:o7 a m 9:22 pra 6:48 pni ArMilien 9:40 am 11:10pm 8:25 pm t Ar Augusta. ...11:50am 6:8,1 a m 'Ar Macon .... 1:40 pm 2:50 arn Ar Atlanta 5:40 pm 6:40 am Ar .Montgomery via Atlanta. 6:45am 7:Bspm Lv Macon 8:00pm 2:55am Ar Columbus 5:50 i> m 6:50 am Ar Birmingham 8:30 pm Ar Montgomery* 9:40 p m 30:40 ain Lv Mat'-in ... 6:sopm 10:10am Ar Eufaula . . 3:47 am 4:lopm Ar Montgomery. 6:30 am 7:13 pm Ar Albany...... 11:05 p m 2:55 pm . ...... Guyton dinner train leaves Savannah 2:00 p. m.; arrives Guyton 2:55 p. m. Passengers for Sylvania, WrightavilJe, Mil* ledgevilic aud Eaton ton should tako 7:10 a. m. train. Passengers for Carrollton. Fort Gaines, Tal botton. Buena Vista, Blakely and Clayton should take the 8:20 p. m. train. Lv Montgomery 7:40 a in Lv Atlanta 6:50 am 7: j 5 pin Lv Macon 10:.'i5 am 11:00 pin Lv Augusta ... .12:00 noon 9:10 pm Lv Milien 2:28 p m 3:2>)a ni 6:20 a m Lv Guyton 4:08 p m 5:07 a m 6:28 a m Ar Savannah.. . 5:00 p m 6:16a m 8:00a m Lv Montgomery* 2:05 am 8:00 pm Lv Birmingham 11:45 a-m Ar Columbus 5:50 am 6:40 pm Ar Savannah. 5:00 p m 0:15 ain Lv Albany 4:50 am 11:55am Lv Montgomery. 9:55 pm 7:4" a m Lv Eufaula 1:00 am 30:47 .a in Ar Savannah.... 5:00 pra .6:15 a m Guyton dinner train loaves Guyton 3:It) p. in.; 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 a. m. wilt stop on signal at stations between Milien and Savannah to take on passengers Connections at Savannah with Savannah. Florida and Western Railway for ali 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. East Tennessee, Virginia k Georgia H H GEORGIA DIVISION The Shortest Line BETWEEN— Savannah & Atlanta. Commencing June 17. isss, the following beliedule will be in effect: EASTERN LINE, SAVANNAH TO BRUNSWICK. Lvßavannah 7:o6atn ,3:45pm B:lspm Ar Jesup 8:88 sun 6:10 p m 10:30 pm LvJesup 6:15 p m 4:10 am Ar Brunswick 8:83 pm 6:80 ain TO ATLANTA, CHATTANOOGA AND THE WEST. Lv Savannah 7:u6nm 8:15 pm LvJesup 11'06 tm 10:85 pm Ar Macon 5:t6 ) m 3:83 pm .... Ar Atlanta 8:70 D m 6:50 ain 18:55 pm Ar Romo 1:30 a m 9:53 a m 3:55 p m Ar Dalton 11:87 am 5:80 pm Ar Chattanooga... 5:40a m 1:00pm 6:sopm Lt Chattanooga . 9:ooam 7:lopm 7:lopm ArCincinnati 6:)Bpm 6:4oam 6:49am Lv Chattanooga... 5:30a m ?:0U p m 7:66p m Ar Memphis 3:3opm 6:loam 6:loam Lv Chattanooga... 7:13 a m 1:40 prn 11:50 p m Ar Nashville 11:60am 7:00 pm 7:00 ain TO KNOXVILLE, HOT SI’RINo V ASHE VILLE. THE VIRGIMAS AND 1 HE EAST. Lv Savannah 7:< a m 8:16 p m Lv Atlanta 10:85 p m 7:00 a m 18:55p in Ar Rome 1:30 am 9:55 am 8:5.3 pm Ar Dalton 2;ooain 11:87 am 5:80 pm Ar Chattanooga . 5:40a m 1:00 pm 6:50 pm I.v Chattanooga 10:50 pm Ar Cleveland,. .. 3:4oam 12:05 pm 11:95pm Ar Knoxville 7:ooam 3:oopm I:6oam Lv Knoxville 7:13 am 3:05 pm 7:15 am Ar Morristown. ... 8:85 am '4:80 pm 8:37. a m Ar Hot Springs. ..10:86 a m 6:30 p m 10:85 arn Ar Asheville J2:00noon 9:00 p m 18:00nnon Ar Bristol S:oO pra C:80 ain Ar Roanoke 2:00 a m 12:30noon Ar Lynchburg 3:45 am 2:85 pm Ar Charlottesville 6:40 ain 5:00 p m Ax Washington 11:13am 9:40 pm Ar Baltimore * 18:46p m 11:33 p m Ar Philadelphia... 3:10 p m 3:ooam Ar New York. 3:sopm 6:2 lam Lv RuanoKO 2:loam 12:43 pm Ar Natural Bridge 3:35 a m 2:21 p m Ar Waynesboro 5:35 ain 4:13 pin Ar Luray 7:4oam 6:50 pm ArHhonando'J'n.. . 10:43am SHtipin Ar Hagerstown 11:40 a m 10:10 p in Ar Harrisburg - 3:l p in J2:.50p m Ar Philadelphia.... 6:sopm 4:25 am Ar New York 8:35 pin 7:10a in Lv Lynchburg 7:09 a m 2:44 pin Ar Burkville 0:84 am 5:17 pm Ar Petersburg 11:14am 7:oopm Ar Norfolk 2:23 p m 9:55 pm Pullman or Mann sleeping cars leave as follows: Macon at 08k) p. rn. for Hot Springs Atlanta at 10:30 a. m. for Chatta nooga: open for passengers at 8:00 p. m. Rome at 9:55 a m for Washington via Lynchburg: Chattanooga at li):5o a. m. and at 10:00 p. m. for New York via Shenandoah Valley, and at 10:5,i a m for Washington via Lynchburg: Chatta nooga at 5:50a m and 7:10 p m for Memphis; Brunswick at 8:15 p m for Atlanta; Jacksonville at 6:30 p. in., and Jesup at 10:33 p. m. lor Chut tanooga, B. W. WRENS, G. P. <t T. A„ Knoxville, Tona L. J. ELLIS, A. G. P. A., Atlanta. FLOKIBA RAILWAY 81l NAVIGATION CO. / 4'' AND AFTER MAY 14. 1888, trains depart V / from Jacksonville passenger station, foot of Hogan street, as follows: 7:30 a. tn —New Orleans Fast Mail, dally for Lake City, Live Oak, Marianna. Madi son, Mnnticello, Tallahassee Quincy l)e- Funiak, Pensacola. Mobile, New Orleans i Texas, Denver, Nashville, St. Louis. Timin'. nati, Chicago, etc. Arrives iu Jackson ville at 6:40 p. ru 8:30 a. m.—For Kernandina and Ocean Beach, Sunday onlv. Stops at nil stations. Arrives Jacksonville at 6:15 p. m 0:30 a. m -For Fehsandina daily except Sunday Connects with Cumberland Route (or Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta, Chatla nooga, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and all points North. Arrives at Jacksonvill e 3:55 p. m 11:40 a m.— Soptb Florida Mail ash Ex press. daily, fur Gainesville, i 'edar Key Silver Springs, Ocala, Wildwood, Plant City Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando, South Florida' Arrives Jacksonville 1:45 p. in. 2:45 p ru Stcam eii Kxprbas, Sunday only Connects with Sunday steamers Clyde Line for Charleston and New York Also with • Ciimbei land Route steamers for Brunswick Macon, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Chicago and ali North. Arrives at Jacksonville 12: 10 p. ni. 3:00 p m. West Florida Express, daily (or all point* in West Florida, Pensacola' Montgomery, Nashville and oil points North Arrives Jacksonville 12:45 p. xa 4:30 p. m.-FEn.NA.vmNA Mail and Express, daily, except Sunday, connects Tuesday and Fndav with Savaunah steamer. Thursday with Mallory line Arrives Jacksonville 8:46 a. tn 7:4b p m South FikisinA Nmur Express daily, ex,vt)t Sunday, for all points m South Florida Has through Sleeping Car to Berths only $1 Arrive, Jackson ville 6:26 a m For local time cards, folders, main, rates, and uny other Information, call at City Ticket Office, 86 West Hay street, corner Hogan A. O MacDONKLL. G P A D F. MAX WELL, lieu, Supt., Jacksonvill*, F'la. A I KRi HANTS manufiu-iureia, inn-huntcs •** corpoiatUius, and all other* In need of printing, lithographing and blank books can have their orders proii.ikly iilied, at mudi-raui £y3ml “s' m.s-UNu JJQUBE, i tiiuiakvt klieek RAIL, ROADS. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA & WESTERN 11 AILWA Y. Way cross Short Line. Time Card in Effect June 17. 1888. ALL TRAINS of this road are run by Central Standard Time. Passenger train* will 1 urn anil arrive daily as follows: WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. brao nows. BrAn ® am \‘ v .Savannah. A, 18:a3p m Rk.ipm Lv Jacksonville... j. v 7-aoSim I-.- Sanford Lv jig*® i.Ajpm Ar Tampa Lv 7:4opm PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE. Monday and I ?: U p:^. (,ay l LT - TamPa - Ar J,rp: dav 6:ooam. / j d av t TI Pullman buffet car* to and from New York and Tampa. ‘ NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS 7:o6am Lv Savannah Ar mi,- fcSSam Lv Je5up....... .Lv 54iS“ 9:45am Ar AVaycros* Lv 4:25pm ,I:lbam Ar Callahan Lv P5.-,dS 12:00noon Ar —Jacksonville Lv 1:1A n m i:3uain Lv ...Jacksonville.... \ r TOO n m Lv Waycross Ar 4:10? £ 11.04 am Ar Dupont Lv 8-0 J n m 12:56 pm Ar ... Live .Oak Lv ]O5 p 5 o O.i pin Ar Lake City Lv 8-43 ain 4:lopm Ar Gainesville... Lv 9 : 45am 11:59pm Ar Valdosta Lv •’’■isSm I f : a? Pm t r -Quitman Lv l:u3 p™ V*P“ 4 r TUomaaviUe Lv 13:55 pm 3.80 pm Ar .. Rainbridge Lv 10:4)am 'U pni Ar Chattahoochee. .Lv 10:30 a m Pullman buiTet cars to and from Jacksonville v-U’.T ' ork , : a l?° to anJ from Waycross and New Orleans via Pensacola. EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. 12:35 pm Lv Savannah Ar !2:2J n m 2:32 p m Lv Jesup Lv 10:53 a S ■IJWpmAr Waycross Lv 9:f>o am 4.20 pm Lv Wavcross Ar 9:45am s : ® Lv Callahan Lv 8:05 am 7:00 pm Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:3ja:n This train connects at Waycross with Fast Express train for New Orleans and the West Through Pullman sleeping cars to Montgomery Nashville and St. Louis. . '* ALBANY EXPRESS, ~ 8:15 pm Lv Savannah Ar 615 am 10:45 p m Lv Jogup ..£v 1:10am Ar Waycross Lv I:lsam r : S! “ 7 Vr Jacksonville.. .T.Lv^TlfaiTm 6.30 pm Lv Jacksonville Ar 8:00 am 2:00 a m Lv ...... Ar 12:20 am lll L , v - Dupont..: Lv 10:45pm ■ .OOamAr Thomasvllle Lv 7:30 L 11:40am Ar Albany Lv 4:00 pm Stops at all regular stations. Pullman sleep ing cars to and from Jacksonville and Savannah. JESUP EXPRESS. S:4spm Lv Savannah Ar 8:30a ra 6: J°P m Ar ...Jesup Lv 5:25am Stops at all regular and flag stations. LOCAL CONNECTIONS. ' ' JBSI'P. To and from Brunswick and Savannah. 8:15 pm 12:23 pml 6:lsam c : sl pm 2:33pm ar Jesup lvj!o:63amj 4:oo*m 6:3oami 6:35pm arßr’w'k lv 8:40 am! B:ospm To and from Macon. Atlanta, Griffin and „ Columbus SJSpui'lv Sav'nhaj 6:lsam| 7:45pm 11:10am 10:35 pm/v Jesup ar 3:soam s:4opm 0:.30pm 3:25am ar Micon lv 10:50pm 11:35am „V*P m s:Jsam ar McD’h lv B:4opm 9:llam 10:00 pm | 6:50 am lar Atia'ta 1 v 7:25pm B:oUam I 7:57am ar Griffin lv s:oopm ll:2oam ar f! I'bus lv 1:10 pm WAYCROSS. To and from Savannah anil Brunswick. B:lspm 7:o6am lv Sav’nh ar|l2:3Bpm| 6:l3am 1:10am; 9:45am arW’yc'sorl 9:42am) o:l2pm . :00am; 1. :50pm ar B'swck lv| 7:ooam| 6:25pm ToaDd from Albany and Montgomery-. 7:06 am; 12:35 pm lv Sav’nh ar 12:23 pm 12-23 nm 10:00am| 9:3opm lv W’yc'sar 9: oam! 4:o"am 3:oopm 1:50 am ar Allsmylv 4:43am;11:15pn • ] 4:sHam;arEufTa lv) 1:10am! _ I 7:30 am arMt'g’ylv 9:55pmj... Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Ohattif noog.i, anil tnrough coaches Jacksonville to Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jackson vilif* and Savannah. • I lirouTh tickofa sold to all points by rail and steamship connections, and baggage chocked through. Also Sleeping Car Berths and Sections secured at Passenger Station, and Bren's Ticket Office. 22 Bull street. # R. G. FLEMING, WM. F. lIARDEE, Superintendent. Oen. Pass. Agfc. Charleston k Savannah Railway. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 16th, 1331 rpRAINS leave and arrive at Savannah by A Stnnilard Time, which is 36 minutes slower than city time. NORTHWARD. No. 86.* No ll * No. 78 * Lv Savannah 6:45 a m 12:41 pui 6:lopm Ar Beaufort 10:17a m <i:uop in Ar Allendale 10:23a in 7:35 pm Ar Augusta 12:40pin Ar Charleston 12:00noon 5:20 pm 1:25 ain SOUTHWARD. No. S3.* No. 55.* No. 27.* Lv Charleston ... 7:2oam 3*15 p m Mm Lv Augusta 12:25 pm Lv Allendale 5:10 ara 2:40 pm Lv Beaufort 7:23am 3:43 pm ... Ar Savaunah ... 10:4iam 7;CO p m 6:4lam *Daily. Train No. 14 stops only at Yemassee and Green Pond. Train No. 78 stops only at Monteith, Hardae ville, bid,-eland Coosauhatc-hia, Yemassee, Green Pond and Itavenal. For tickets, Pullman car reservations and other information, apply to WM. BREN, Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, and at depot. E. P McSWINEY, Gerr. Pass. Agent. C. S. GADSDEN. Superintendent SUBURBAN RAILWAYS. City and Suburban Railway. Savannah. Ga . June 1, 1833. ON and after MONDAY. June 4, the follow ing schedule will ho run on the OUTSIDE LINE: LEAVtt ; ARRIVE I.EAVE 18I.K I.EAVK CITY. I CITY. |or HOPE. MONTdOMEUY *C:.ioa.m.i 6:40a.m. I 6:18a. in. \ 10:25a. m.j 8:33a. in. 8:17a. m. 7:52a.m. 8-2.5 p. m.i 2:0) p. in. I 1:35 p.m. I 1:10p.m. 17:20 p. m.) 6:38 p. m. **6:ls p. m.|**s:£o p. m. *For Montgomery only—Passengei-s for Isfeof Hope go viu Montgomery without extra charge —and this tram will bo omitted on Sunday morning. ‘“This train leaves half hour later oa Sunday evening. 14 his train leaves half hour later on Saturday evening, aii l will be omitted Sunday evening. J. 11. JOHNSTON, President. Coast Line Railroad. STKAM CARS, CATHEDRAL CEMETERY, RONAVENTUB* AND THUNDERBOLT. CITY TIMIC. The following suburban schedule will be ob served on an 1 after MONDAY, March *>♦ w*nsk days. (See special schcdulo for Sunday.) Leave Savannah < :iO, 10:35, a. m, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00. ♦0:45 I*. m 1a avo Thunderbolt. 6:50, 8:00 a. M„ 12:90, 3:30, 4:80, • >:-.'() p. m. Leave Ron a venture, 0:00, 8:05 a. m., 12:35, ; 3:35, 4*85. 8:23 P. M. ♦Saturday night last car leaves city 7:15. In stead of 0*45 Take Broughton street ears 23 minutes before departure of Suuurbau truins. R. E. COBB. Supt. IKON WORKS. McDonoil k Baliantyns, IRON FOUNDERS, MachiouU, Boiler Makers ami Blacksmith* iIANirACTimER* Of STATIONARY tod PORTABLE ENGINES. VERTICAL'imL TOP RUNNING CORN MIJ.IA, hUriffll .MILLS and BANS. \ GENTS for Alert and Union Injector*, til* •hnpicat aud moot affect!*B on lU market, Indian light Draft Magnolia Cotton Uln. tM teal in the market. 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