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By JOSEPT A. ALTHELER,
Author of "iA Solier ol 3lihattan,"
"Thc Sun of SIrulotju," Etc.
(Copyright, 1900, by Josrpih A. Altaieler.]
It was . ol1d m11ea'sure, involving
many risks. but I believed that it would
succeed if wo kept ouir courago and
presenco of mind. For at least two or
three minutes they woubl think I was
Crowder, victorious, and that would he
worth much. When I had takei down
the bar, I stopped i Imomnlt.
"Keep by my side, " I said. 'Re
nember that wo must lcoie sepiarated
by no chance. Ilero, tako this pistolI
You canl shoot, can't you?"
Sho said " Yes" :ad took the pistol.
Then I opened the door, and wo dashed
out, running with quick and noiseless
stops across tho o)n toward O ie wood,
which roso in a dim lino ahead of us.
Whilo the window opvnedI toward the
camphire of tlho be!si(ger- tie (oor did
not, and we had gone ivrhiaps 60 yards
beforo they saw us. This I knew by tho
surprised shout that eino to us, and
looking back I saw thevim hesitating, as
if in doubt about my identity, an( at
last running toward their horses. I was
glad that they would putrsuo on horse
back, and I had taken that probability
into consideration when wo mado our
dash from tho house, for even at the
distanco I could see that tho dim wood
looked denso and ia poor placo for the
uso of horses.
"Courage, Julial" I said, taking her
hand. "In a minute or two wo will bo
into the woods, and they mean safety."
I looked back a second time. Tho
guerrillas had reached their horses,
mounted them and turiied their heads
our way, but in doing it their timo lo-.t
was our gain. Unless lamed by souio
unlucky pistol shot wo would surely
gain tho wood. They fired once or twice,
and I heard tho thunder of their horses
hoofs, but I had little fear I still held
t i and ih a
no offort to draw it away. S3he was run
ning with a firm, suroe step, and1(, though
her faco w~as white and her eye excited,
aho seemedl to rotain both her courage
and1( presence of min d.
The wood was niot as far as I had cal
culated, antd wheni our pursuers were
mnany yards away we dashed into it at
such headlonig haisto that I tripped over
a vino and fell upon lmy nose0, burying
it iln a pilo of soft leaves, which saved
It from harm. But I wasi0 up again, re
joicing at tho accident, for in a wood
inlterlacedl with vines horses could miake
"'I hope you aro not hurt?'" asked
"'Hurt? Not a hit of it I"' I replied.
"What a lessinIg these woods are! How
dark it is in here, and2( what a blessing
that is tool''
In fact, the wood was our good luck
and our hest luck ait that, for (even wo
on foot found it dIi licult toh make our
way through it. Afar we could hear the
Blritish cursing in prlofusionI anid variety
as they strove to horco their horses
through the denso5 bush.
"Hold1( miy handl,"' I salid to Jlulia,
''for otherwise I might loso you in all
this darkness and1( denlsity."'
But instead of waiting for her to take
miy hand, which she might it have
done, I took hers, and, bidding ner again
to stop lightly, I led iho way, curving
among the- treesO and1( buishes like a brook
winding around tho hills ill search of a
level channel. My object wais' to leavo
our pursuers at a 1loss c-oncerning our
courso, and we soon ceased to hear their
swearing or- the struggles o." t heir horses.
I dropped into ai walk, anmd of courso the
girl did likewise.
"I1 think we arVe safe now, '' I said.
"'Theroe is not one( chan1e in a1 hlundr-ed
to br-ing themix across our path again.
WVhat a fino1 woodi IWhat a glorious
woodl! There is no0 such woodl as this in
Englanid. It grow here especially for
our safety, Jlulia. ",
''It did( grow uip in timo, '" sho re
plied, "'but nowv that you tinik usi safe
again you cani call m11 Miss H-oward and
- '"That's true, and1( nlow that we are
safo agaiun I must ask you, Miss How
ard, as an especial favor to mo, to pleaso
quit holding my1 hand(."
"'I anm not hIoldling your hand1(, Mr.
Marcell"' she replied indignantly. '"It
is you wvho aro hmoldling miino, but you
shall net (1o so a mlomeont longer. "
Sheo tried to jerk ber hand away. I
let heri- jerk three ot' four times, antd
-then I added as an afterthought:
"It is vcry dark here, and thern iR Atill
danger that we might become separat
ed. I (hink I will let you hold it. a lit
tilo lunger, but I shall enduro it merely
becauso it is a military necessity."
She gave her hand a most violent jerk,
and it nearly slipped from me, but I ro
newed my grip in timo.
"Simply a military necessity," I ro
peated, and, seeing that it wias useless,
sho mado no further effort to withdraw
her hand. I could not see her face, the
darkness being too groat, and thereforo
had littlo opportunity to judge of her
state of mind. Wo walked on in silence,
winding hero and thero through the
wood, with aIn occasional stop to lis
ten, though wo heard nothing but the
common noises of a forest-the crackling
rustlo of dry leaves and twigs, the gen
tio swaying of som old tree as tho wind
rocked it and tho soft swish of tho
bushes as they swung back into place
after wo had passed between.
We walked for nearly an hour and
during the last threo-quarters of it kept
straight to the northwest, in which di
rection I th)ght Morgan, with his lit
tie army, lay, or rather marched. At
last the bush began to grow thinner
and the trees to stand farther apart. I
inferred that wo 'wero approaching the
end of the forest, and I was not sorry,
its tihe traveling was hard, and I believed
that we had lost our pursuers. Present
ly wo camo into the open, and I lot the
girl's hanld drop.
"Which way aro we going now?" she
Svait a moment, '" I said.
I put two fingers to my lips and
blow betwool them a w'histlo, soft and
long and penetrating.
girl in a fright, co ig0w r e
a ig, giati -n fomdal "ih
hTtR AROUND maniedOby
- Wy do ou mdothat? paktchen
i l i n f i g h t c o i i n o u wt h , e .
"You ill ring t ions u on the again,"
~Vait, repeaean I throther
0 c o lo r e c n d ti e dW s pto o d h e s ,
tinls foswo ganuts, and thucle
herant bones, erdshas of map-n
raeac ing fotseada,sn.frwos
symTheor wiolinow cres the loo,i
seioipgly ar "Leetuals rlene io this
viod an. etutv osn
"Wait . isaihe forl safe thnd imle.
cure fothsdepse rahed raplyandt
aforehi speific aosnd fridal cure the
11CRdi0 CG l Iou"i ace in
llM BCR N W080the ot, bntp
time; m hnicaeoticerls apm tared in,
thratnd ont, m boy wstamot coper
with copper colored splotches,fesv
anay hudersnend thms Mysa cnilso makngd
have)bee nowrea;dway,os ailicte fa wrs
canundyrsand myfeculy ernsehd oti
Ilelt detruve p.obingweo ganhe
but mst confis I ol afeadiflil
curte forith (lineany ieOlyatdt
for third spetleic oid ItClCStl
a cage tily ongdl- nprlnty
tiJ on i was ColdTrnte aen- 29
conraging, and I eter
torVeongh t iaO Frm irciltr,b
mi eto as0api ; .8 wa8. tn orealtl
teemed lio harveI1 th udeis- percli l
tratse , complth,ly und vsa ot oee
itcontopte coorespltceand olnsv
nacer ee and os;ay oeafitda I was
ofn thesrld my Ierig.I'a bu
beestong hope heat ever inie.aanWO
-b,. w.s cSurr,fs Ic Bohad olevle,Id
the thirferedtfor proifttcat
cmrcuryg, pas or ther mnrl sn
tendrorg ur f1Jrooko Bod sn
i1t conais aluadbleifrato bu
teamet.' e tharg notinsfo md
coal vie ;pores andel t oe
gray light, appeared through the trees.
The girl cried aloud in a panio of terror
and gripped my arm.
"Don't be alarmed, Julia, dear," I
said. "Sco who it isl"
Old Put walked up to me, gave his
glad, familiar whinny and rubbed his
noso on my disengaged arm. Then ho
started back, and his eyos flamed with
"Don't bo angry, old comrado," I
said "It is true I wear a red coat, but
it is only a disguiso, a ruso, and I will
got rid of it as soon as I can."
IIe wagged his head as a sign that
my apology was sullicient and mado no
further protest. I slipped the bridlo
over his head, and the girl broke into a
nervous laugh of relief.
"Did you think Old Put would desert
a comrado?" I asked.
" Wait hero just a moment," I con.
tinued. I led Old Put a little distance,
and gathering up some dry leaves wiped
the Ltains off his hoofs. Then I roturned
with him to her and told her to jump
upon his back, but the horso shied away
from her, showing aversion and anger.
"Never mind, Old Put," I said. "It
is all right. She won't beat you again.
Sho likes us both. "
"It seems to me that you aro rather
lnclusivo in your statements, " she said.
"Geot up, " I said, and, giving her a
band, I assisted her to jump upon the
back of Old Put, who had received my
explanation with perfect confidence and
assumed a protecting air toward her.
" And now once more for Morgan,".
"Which, of course, means Tarleton
in the end, " she said. "And I want to
say, Mr. Marcel, that when tho robel
army is taken I shall not forget the
service that you havo dono me at a great
risk to yourself. My father has influ
ence with Colonel Tarloton, and I shall
ask) him to securo your good treatment
while in captivity.
She spoke with quito an English
that Is to say, quito a patronizing-air.
"You aro very kind, " I saidl, "but
Morgan has not been caught yet, has he,
Women think it their right to -abuse
a anan eciv otin btchvar
Theol hrs soo hs ea dflnt
ly an" etenorgd W a n
outiby thn caivit.Iedithrghd
heioke and th foqoeit,a dElstm
pesinthat wa,qie awpronwzing-aer.i
Morga praticallyenocued bye thas he,is
Old Put?" hmoolkeytome
thmn thin ita their ightho abulseo
atralng and, eiengoetingely anxiousy
hc olprose shoo hs hpeaefint
lyad Puft curted irl ad wlen
terdn ood oudntr for travlin and
ad las cank into someting tha wasn
meantt ient lptmy forar ot,bt itndr
outh by thee mvin. I d inthurgt di-l
persuaion u Io that I nouldn teri
toy ratincld ocupiand btht hBrwould
wan wee ifuh mao likey atoept
tepm inother than gil the fielep or
fors. too I~a tired of dl she dio t lt e
btavlooingad bckingo extreme anxoubs
toWeji werin, choet heus cose
hict ltroetdu thei begt betwee
0idnight ad( thawn , and I walked o
hvadim Iank shtaw wornd. ofomlkin
dozestha was, no slponosta my feetn
tuhd ayethming.a but imlyee
feelingis that I was twatkn on colding
mytste for moro tan hat hour,oand
warn me iaf seo tooke anyotemp tos
idcae awak to kewrth, for the rcan
was too rad tokan dull awhnlo thel colo
but blooki. bakoneThe seemedth osid
whieoplyt, rosot aphadntoms, toding
out weredi arms adakiesturehs
that Itretc not underlthtcweeh
roadni and onfrn,e ano, Iu we nI
ovaidiYo werd samdoyorrad Some
waled boldl net coioho mtat mye
aouhd atuhn abpoo air. Thi queers
feln hat on ast anrg you naughing
ten dm alfsetok frother hrses
I camoe aikto ajrk and thelied:ca
of so the rvrgkoo fo whlete color
of lood mntes he trees and the sd
hiracd ath rowsoheanos,layingo
otik withd ms anh mushng etres
thanto eachi nothuersand. tOnce tayhn
"eafae hofgCowder ok upout-making
rafol o isl and waedsot he tI
svaid "Ygous giramrrrlh handeworse
and comlhs conrment ll e,'n
walked odl at htonm how mete awayn
excessdvat smudent boor kind ofashot
tht~olrnat the toproftyfioic.
"What oearth' sae you laughi,"
aret?" demande "hearl'ro the horse's
H awewyou a fo erk epid
In fivs minues,ang, th trsai conduse
ly, and I mado no 'further explanation,
ror she asked no more, moroly saying
Ilat .1o il it wais no worso thaln
Tho trees and bushes did not ceaso to
uo( at m0 and waggle their heads at
Dach other and make jeoring remarks
ibout ime, but I paid no further atten
tipi to them, tren-ing them with tho
lofty scorn of silence, which is supposed
bo bo the most effectivo of all replies.
'ho road led into hilly country, but I
bramped on in my dream, becoming
limly conscious that it was growing
light. Afar off thero in tho east, just
whero the sky touched the earth. was a
bar of fight shining liko silvu. As I
looked it broadened and began to roll
up like a great wave of molten silver.
Dn the horizon the hills and trees rose
)ut of the darkness.
Old Put turned his face to the day
light and whinnied approval. An an
wering whinny came as 20 cavalry
tnon galloped around a hill, opening in
,wo liies and closing up again, with us
In the center.
"Wake up! Wake up, manI Why,
you'll walk into a river or ovor a cliff
if you sleep on in this way, " said ono
)f the cavalrymen, leaning over and
3lapping mo vigorously on the shoulder.
I awoko and looked up at his be
whiskered English face and his betrip
,d English coat and was filled with conl
lusion and dismay.
"Why, he isn't awako even yet!"
3aid the officor, with a laugh. "Aro you
His tone, though eager, was friendly,
md the reason for his question flashed
upon me. It was the red coat that I
wore, Crowder's coat, which had served
mo ono good turii already.
"Yes, " I said, "my namo's Hinklo,
mid I'm from Cornwallis with ai im
ljortant nessago for Tarleton. I was
pursued last night by a gang of rebels,
who shot iy horse, but I escaped them
in the wood. An hour ago I overtook
Miss Howard here, who also has an im
portant dispatch for Tarleton, and I am
trying to pilot myself and her to him
at the samUo time.
The oflicor raised his hat to Miss
Howard and regarded her withopen ad
"Your bravery and loyalty equal
rour beauty, Miss Howard,'" he said.
'England canl iever suffer when we
aave such as you. Don't you remember
ite? I'm Lieutenant Georga Cuthbert,
ind I had the hunor of ll introduction
to you at Lord Cornwallis' ball in
Oharleston some miontlis ago.
"Indeed I do,'' sho said ill a tolno of
recognition, "and I hopo that wo shall
meet again soon under such peae (fol
oircumituces, but now I must hasten
on, for my message, will not wait, and so
must this kid soldier, who has been ,
such an assistance taid protectin ((o ine.
Call you direct us by the best road to
"Keep straight 01n the way you are
going, " said tile officer, "and if you
hurry you ought to overtake Tarleton
before noon. Have no fear of the rebels,
for Tarleton is driving them all ahead
of him, except one small party to the
south of here, for which we are look
ing. I'd give you an escort into Tarle
ton's camp, but I need all my troopers
for tho task I have in har --
"I thank you for your courtesy and
information, Lieutenant Cuthbert, ' sho
replied, "and I hope that we will ineet
again soon in Charloston when all these
rebels are taken."
"And that will not be long, Miss
Howard, " 110 saidl, wvith a gallant bow.
Ho gave the word to his troopers, and
they galloped en.
During this ordeal the behavior of
Old Put was something wvonderful to
see. Though hie hated a redcoat as a
eat hates a snake, 1h0 seelied to under
stand that ho had a part to act and that
lie must act it wvell. All Is true char
actor disappeared. Ho was a shambling,
drooping horse, with his head dowin
and ready to submit to anything, just
all ordinary, opp)ressed British hlorse of
tile lower classes, not a p)roud spirited
Anmerican horso, conscious of tihe Dcc
laration of Indlependenlce and( tile truth
that all meon and horses are born free
But wvhen the last of tile British
troops had disappeared around the hill
anId the gallop of their horses had sunk
inte a miere ello 01(d Put resunied his
former anld true chlaractor- his figure
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birthm of tihe last one my wife used four bet -
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" Ninety-Six........... (I W a i 1: I p In
" I-GreeiNwood..... 9 50 a Im 1 b5 p In
Ar. Dodges.......... 10 15 a i 2 15 y m
Lv. A -1ih-b1I . . I ) 5 ii- ~ ~ jii n
Ar. B llon............... Fl i i ni
L .i<irc'son . . 0 41 a 1 2m ii
Ar. Griferi .. ..~IiW4 15 p am
Ar. At lauta. (Conisti un I i55~ ~0 3) m
STATONS. Daily DMIl
STATIONS. No 16. No. 12.
Lv. Greenville..........5 10 3) 10 15 I II
" Piedmont...........603 ) 1 i
S Nvilliami ton......... 2? 1) 1 O 5 i I
Ar. A d-rson .I. ...I 1..11 . .
I3v olton ................. 011a
.Ar. Donalds.............7 53 i 14 i
Ar.~Iilioillo........... 0i n 122 )1
Lv. iodlges............. 10Pii 1 5an
Ar. iGreenwood..... .... 1in220)Ii
" Ninoty-8ix..........8 ) i1 5pi
owbOrrLy............1 0pi 0pi
"Prosperity..........4 n 1 i
" Columibia ..........10 n 8iOi i
" Barnwoll...........11 iil 3 2ai
SLi'Lii)ll........ 00 a m 1040 a m
Lv. Ktngvllo.... 2-... p m'10i 55 a mi
" Orngourg......7 45 a m _6 83 p im
Branlivlla....... 25 a mt 6 16 a mn
Siinnoriilo .5 7 a pn 7 1 40 am
Ar. Chaloston8 1 0 a n 8 125 p) in
No 16. No.01p1 mTA1IONS. m
11 O0 T~ v..Carl7 55.Ai p 123 20 p. a
2 0 a8 6 L .Bnnhvtl8 33 i p 25 m
2 4 a 2 a OLsn.9 3' p m 2 00t 3) mi4
4 2a 1 iS Kiigvll 4 4p m:
12 13 a.- l,v . 2SrL7na mr.2 51 am
4 1 a........ nrnol .2.a.m 12
"2 Savan. ............. 5 00 a 5 am
8 Branhill e....... . 4 25 n a m 6 1 5 p3 0 ml~
87a1 p" rillo. nn... 5 57 a 2m 711 pt mi
A r Charesto ........ l.. 7 I0 a .815 pJm
No ISo 27 S A T .Uion." 12ap
1r0 i 7S 26 a2 v..Jhles-ii~on..A " 1253 6 7 0.p
12 00 n 7p " .ummcoev.l "2 13) 642357)
125 i0 a ai p5 A ' .Brnchille.' "A' 1 425 aIp
21 45' a I 23 ai p O~8iragebur g Ar 125 63 p 4
12 80 7 .... A. L..Asa alt ~Atlo. -L 8 . ~3i5
4 2 p..... . " a..l invl . *'" .l ... 2 7
88 157 an 1183 on"A. ant C. "itOl 1i2ln 7c4r p
3O 15a 0l0s trpil "o' al.. Unin il .... ront45 7 0
10i t35 ai'o S2pi ..Jnbvirgo.. " C2 25visi53p
10it50 a t2 3 7 : a" ....aoo ...? . "i. 121 pn,
(V1si25l aLimi0pdA Spranbur L7:1)7 45 a iin15lp
1o 1 226 a . in.. L :1 S p .abr Ari 11 2 a 6. (00 t
2 4lo Liit5) uL Ar..Ah2vll a. ..L 0a30
"P"lliud 3:2a ,23 p. m."Ana . "N" 2 p.igh..
Pulmalnila sLtepin a 13:1 p.in :35ndb
nlOrtbnd.1 ai, 4 :0 . n., 2:3 p. . (Vest. m.
bulo ,imtited), and11 11:15 a. mt.
Trains 1loand Greenllm,nA. alpnd Ctsn
norWtoun,6:02L a.i .,o:iip.m.ii andy 2o.r.
boCiiund, i:3t a.il m.,4:30s at m.,12:0 p. mi.(Vt
Elegatnt. Pullmtani Drawling-Roomn SleepingI
Cars hotiiwcein Savannah and A shev'illo enr'oute
daily betwee.n .1acksonvillo and (Uininnati.
FR ANK( S. 4A NNON, 8. H. HARDWICK,
Third V-P. & Geni. Mgr., (Gen. Pas. Agent,
Washlint ot. 1). (1. Washlington,D,.
W. HT. TA YILOE. R. W. HUNT,
Asst. Gen. Pan. Agt.. Div. Pats. Agi..
Atlanta, Ga. Charlost on, S. U.
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, It artificially digests theo food and aids
3qature in strengthening and recon
Structing the exhausted digestive or
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Dysptpian, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flaulece,Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Slok Headache,Gastralgia,Oramnps and
all otherresultseof Imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO, Chicago.
Jlbt sOn Aeddrem nass
e EY, e D.,Atlanta.,a
S A.. *ITED
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Botwoon Now Yorl, Tamia, Atlanta, NoW
Orleals and Points Sonll@ and West,
IN EFFECT NOVEMEIl 2 tI. 190t:.
No 31 No V
rv New York. P. It. ft...... ... (m 12 ir
PhilatI Ihla P. It It ...... 29 7 2ani
Baltihuore, P. IIt ........... o 9 3
Washington, 11 t It ......7 0m)m 10 ban
Itichmond, 8 A L Iy... 1uin 2 40opi
SPetersurg 3 3pn
1.v 1le1d .'ton. 23 i, 20 in
Raleigh 3 4 ; 39im)
Southorn Pines 5 .011111 11 3')I)u
Lv Halelt, __6 30am 10 35pin
,v (Coltui bia, 8 m0ain 12 55am,
Ar Ba% annah, ' 12 i0ine 6 ,0au
Jacksonvillo 5 30pum 9 lam
Tampa a0 301 , 6 30pm
2No 403 0o. 41
"v Now York N Y P Nt. ..0atu 9 30pm
bHlet, all)I 6 310am i1 26pM
Lv -Nolw ba $ " 8 ) .... ..0m
Baltianoro, t 8 1' Co 2 ........... .6 0pu
Watil4ton. N & W3.o. 4I
Lv Nwortanout, 8 A 1 Nty 9 0:0pin 9 30am
. Weldon 11 3am 12 Olpm
Lv RidgOway Jct " 12 2ai 1 20pm
ilenderson, I 1Vall 2 18m
ltaleigh, " 3 2m 8 1pin
"outhern Pines " 5 J81m 6 09pin
lamilot " G."0amt 7 30pmi
LvWil ington ............ 3 OipmI
Ar Charlotte, -921am 10 29)pm
Lv Chester, - ) 4aiin 1 55pm
Greenwood " 11 4a , I 07am
" Athens 2 08pm1i 3 43am
Ar Atlanta,f 4 tpii. 0 05am
Augutin, C &i~ ~. C.~ ilipn
Macon, C of a .........7 20pin 11 10iaitl
lotgon'r , A NV P.. 2 pmill 10am
Mobi'e, L & N ....................3 05iml 4 11pm
Now Orleans, L & N.......... 7 M0ain 8 30pm
Nash~ville, N C & 8t,;..0amn 655pm
Memphis, " 00p.n 8 10'am
Lv Men phis, N C & ft L......11 0pm 8 45pm
Nashville, " 130 tim 9 __am
New Orleans. L & ..Ypn 7 45pin
Mobile. L & N................. 12 20ai 12 20am
"1ol tgom'ry. A & W P. 0 20at II 20am
Macn f G,............8 Osai 4 ;e0 m
Augusta, & U ......... 9 40 m ..........
" Atlanta, f?h A L Ity ....... I 0opm 9 00pm
Ar Athens, " 2 52pn 11 23pm
Gr .unwood " 4 10pm 20- am
Chester. "6 0 (im 4 25uam
ariotte, 650pm 5-.0am
in gon, ........... 2 ( 5- 1
111L.-1 00t,pml 8 Mim
"talt horn Pines, " 5911pmi 9 03am
"N leigh, 1001pmn 11 3011m
Arlen11<orson, " 14.-- I opm
Lv ild'way Jet 8 A 1 Ity.....:0m 205pw
Weldon, 4 31,am 3 25pm
ArPortsmoutb, " 70011im 5Fpm
nn iitop, N & IV~8I......... 700a
S .-ti -r, , 11 S P1 Co ........ ........ ... 4> n
N - Yok 0-1) -8 8 vo . . .. t i3pm
Pin'alohhit, N~P & N 5 6ii, 51IO.
New Yr rk '' 8 7 43m
N Ii No 66
Lv Tal ia, I o 0111v 8 Oraw.
Jaekt,onville 6 0 2(a -' 45pm
Isav:111-ah, " .n 7 45t.pm
('41lumb1ba, 1 ". . 11m 1! 4-amn
lit let .4 -l 14l1)11 1p 4 ain
souli r11n Pines 41 1 pill ;u la2im
lb'1'igh " 12 2an I !' pmn
Ie'ed. rsoni 1 I6a 1 31pin
I(ifgewa. J_t '' 2 ' am 2 0-pt
*ito lsng 4 2- -LI,: 1 pmn
ichmon. " 5 Itti 60 pIn
r Was hingtoni P R R....8 -:5amI 9: 7Opm
IuhitiI liore. 10('atn II 35pm
PhiladeVnhia, " 1-27pmn 2 56aw
wYok _ " 3 031) - tam
Note -t Daily excepit Sunda~
Dining care between New York an'f Hich
mOn(1, and flamlet and Savannah on Trains
Nos. 31 an d 44.
t Central Time- f Fasfemn Time.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE!
Between Charleston and Columbia,
Upper South Carolina and North
WILMINGTON, N. C., Jan. i8th, 1961i.
GOINGoWEaT: In Efleet Jan.,33, GOING EAST
'No. 62. 1901 No. 58.
0 25 am Lv..Charleston, 8.0..Ar 8 80 pm
8 00amLv........Lances.....A r 6 43pm
9 23 am Lv.......Sumter........Ar 6 86 pm
10 55 am A r...Columbia ....Lv 4 16 pm
12 17 pmn Ar...Prosperity...Lv 2 49 pm
12 30 pm A r.......Nwberry....Lv 2384 pm
1 13 pm A r.....Clinton........Lv 1658 pm
1 35 pmn A r.....Laurens ....Lv 1 5 pm
3 'I' pm A r...Greenville....Lv 12(01 pm
3 Pmn Ar....part.anburg....v ii 46 am
73 is m A r ..,.Winnboro.....Lv 10 18 am
9 20 pm A r..Charlotte, N. C...Lv 8 10_am
61a pm Ar..Hlendersonville, N. C..LV~9~0.^am
7 15 pm A r.......Ashevlfe.......Lv 8 00 am
Net.. 62 and 63 Solid tra.ins between Charles.
tonl and Gre. nvilie, 8 C.
HI M. E M FIIS ,.,1 i n. Passengrer Agent.
J. R. K EN LY, T. M. EMl EliSON
Geni.M anau Traflic Mana'ger.
Florida Central & Peninsular
Trinis run by f0th Aferidian, or Central Time
South of Cohutrbia. Tirne Table in
EIlect June0 :3rd.
No. 31. N.7
i.v New York ............ i00p
Lv Ph Iiladliphia...... 29pmn33~i
L~v i:lt imoire........5 ISpm (1a
Lv Wnsh ing ton.....7 10pm10Sm
Lv It ch.a.ond. 10...... 10 40 p
i 1t.leigh ........... 4 00am7 1p
Ar. Uosui.abia...... 1I 86am16it
Lv. Colum bla..,.,.108am 3ax
( jentral Time.)
Lv Denmark ..........1250.pm27p
Lv Fairfax.............12 55am 81p
Ar Brunswick...7 00 pm841a
A r Jacksonyille.7.....9710ap
Lv Jacksonville.........97 45p
AJ L ake Cit.y............28amp
Ar Live Oak.1.......... 218pmp
Ar Tallhassee........ 8p
Ar iver Junction........2p
A r M1obile................8 an
Ar New Orleans...........4c
Ar Gaineville ...........10p
Ar Ocala............... 11am 14p
A r Orlando............ 8 2llam Op
Lv Tapa........8 1p 800am
Lv Olano.......6 3pm liam
Lv Cder ey........0 55am
Lv TalihasseeI a8m r
Ar Savannah .1 2 27pm Om
Lv Svannh .1236pm810Spmn
Ar Coumbi.p... 4 8 40Uam
Lv(onm bn.......46a 616pm
Lv Washington .90 0am 0~
Ar 1lhtImoe .110am 1 28pm
Ai'Phlad.lphi.1 8Om 121pm
A No York.....803p 68pm
Nos.81 ad 41wIllhav 2u5mag lo
are btweenNew Yrk An 0Tar,p.Mi
day cache beteen aek12vi0 e am
Nos. 27 ad60 wi . 44.e No.lma 66. e
Lveegr wen........r..... 7 ack
Lsoneville ..........e 12d ba2pm ar
LTrnswrivk........ dep0arm in 8.0pm
Ar 8aan a .........1227 150 A.,
Lyenmrk........... 80 m biam .0
ArC Lub.......A 4IPAN A.p (4 PA..
Lv 'ol m b a........ ... Jamk onl-l5pm e
LvI Algh.. 0......... NE40p (4 P5a
Lv ilhmo 4.......... laom nv6 00pm 'I~