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I fcel quite sure that %,ne n 1
that someic hovs do Iot snea d iI
retaining positions they have c
cured, or that the-ir friends IIave
sectireld for them, is because the
are too particular. Th\Ye ale in
clined to definle too closelyv the
boundaries of their duties, anl are
too unwilling to go Ievonl tli e
boundaries. One day last spling
my wife's lantidress c:lne to tI,
and wanted to know if I could tell
her where to fino eiployment for
her boy of sixteen years.
"You know," The aid, "that his
father died two montls ago, andl I
cannot kee) Iugh inl school aiiy
loIger. I have aIIsw\eIed a (oC)
Or more 1 Cadvertiselnilvt" ll tie pa
pers, and have t I Wd in every wa V
to get a place for him. 1 :1n inl
great need of his help i:n prviding,
for my faminly, and yoi do not
know how grateful I would he if
yOu could help mle to secur:e a sit
uation for him."
Now it happeied that the very
next (a-y I was in the ofice of a
friend of inine who is the manager
of a large business establishment
and just as I was leaviig his office
he satid to me:
"You do not hmi,penl t') know of
a clean, willing, I-right boy who
wants a place, do Iou?''
I lought at once (o the Sol of
Im laundress, and I said:
"Why, yes, I do. J know of a
boy who ieeds a pace vt ry imluch.
andlie impresses Me i 1 41 a a Ier\
bright boy. If he is as faithful as
his mother inl doing wiork, Ie would
please you. What I:id 4 wol.
would you wallt hill) t 1 d,C'
"0, I want hII for eeral of
lice work. The bo,v hav is ve
satisfactory, but. his fol: goin 1:
to move ont Of town llkiNt nxt wIee,
and lie is goilng with1 thm ill, so
1nust start in with a Ne bo I
'Do give I1i1gh w hopes
chalnce," I said. 'I will have li:
come at once to see N (IIn if he moaV
"All right; send him anm.
IIe shall have the pIacC if I a
I felt that a bit of real g-,od fit
tune had come to Illigh when l
secured the position in It friend'
ofice. The work was init v(I
liarid, and I kiiewv th;at iinv friend
wiouild deal justly withI him It was
mnore'ove, . lace in whtich thieir
were excellent opportuntties to
'work upj."' I congrautulated 1lhugh
oin secuinig tI' e 1osit ion, anid itd.
vised1 him to do his utmost to please
Three weeks later Mr's. Iloope,
camne to mec to ask me if I wonuld
use my iniluenice in seenirinig an
other place for hi nghI.
"Whiy, '' I saiid, "hle has not lec
his place in iny friend's ollice?"
"Yes, sir; hie-will, lie conuildn't
get along t -ere. lTey eixpected
too munch of himi, sii."
I knew that my friend was a very
kindly and considerate tian, anid
that lie w'ouhld nlot ''expect too
much'' of any boy, therefore I I
thought it wise to visit hiim befori
has brought piermnenit relie to a imil
lion suffeinbg women4 v.ho n~ er thei'
wiay to piromture(11 graves ii "Ii hontii~i
wasi fat dttoelinling 44in halth, n hen I inei
of c ardui peorforme aicI "4 (ndr I 22ur (0"
in .ormcaso. ship suire o it h 4 t e go
nitos of fainlg of tho i omOb, leus orrhn
aind pIrofuiso 14enstrun ion.1 41 'rhoi u eki'
appe4aranice ofthe men ses'i ~ for t ii o reont hi
sapped ther vitaiiity unt11 iti 'h os a phy
ica wre'ck. Hecr pcervot us systemi g .v
way. 'ihon (enm1o th tir I f \ iio r.
Cardi and the cure'. '4rs. Miteho4n'
experiene ought to com44 ien I io o,
Cardui to sulfferingp .-on-en i v.ord ' o,i
bur ning oh('~looten.
is within the reach of e ' . ror wij
tr it are reioed,. Asik v'oor reni"t
fra$St bjottlo of ine~of ("'ardii,and 'o Q
not take a subs)ttit t ii (ltendered you.
"wVino of C..nIn,i ''' nd 'our i'; e t. f
Dlraugiht hniio t'erfo we ai' lib:.,0.' i r m
in i ense~4. I hnit I' ' n1 rie t. iM.. . r'4
with 811lng of the wombtt nnd lo'Cir.i r .11
and miy anonses~ (ca1o e,ve'- weeki for tsv,.
months nid were very i9.f'ul. Mit husp
band induCed mn4 to) t-y wiso of i''.d,,
and Bi.ek- >rnuicht. noi 4'mv thii leiior.
rh0hs dlsappoinied, and ii m1 reStored I
in eases ren trigsectial
directions, unddire, eving144
Vsor'' lieprtment1 '. T'hei
tried to get another place for
"I nmill tell you the-simple truth,''
aid i)- friend when I went to see t
im. "The hoy was too partien
ir, and lie (lid not have a proper
uWiceptioi of what was due me as
iis emplmer. When I engaged f
iii it was with the understanding
i my part that his time belonged
o tie from eight in the morning 0
imtil five inl the evening. I paid
rim a fair salary for giving rile his a
ime (Iring those hours. I did not t
iid cotuld not tell him of all the F
hiiigs I might ask him to (o. I
old him some of the more import- o
nt things, and I was very much
uirprised the fourth (lay after lie 9
:ame to work for ie to have him bi
)ject to doing sometihing I asked 13
iimt to (10. 11
" 'Why,' lie said, 'I thought that t
vas the other boy's work.' V
" 'So it is usually,' I said, 'but 1h
lie other boy has gone over to the t
>ther side of the city for tue, and c
nay not be back for several hours,
mnd I want that work done now.' b
"He (lid the work, but evidently
inder silent protest. A. (lay or two v
ater, when lie was not doing any- c
hing at all, I asked him to (o
omething else he had never done t
>efore and lie said: i
It isn't my place to (o that.' a
'My boy,' I said. 'it is your
>lace to do anything reasonable I n
nay ask you to (1o during the hours
hat I ai paying you for your
ime. Do you not think so?'
"He said that lie did not come e
o rme With the expectation of doing t
mnything and everything. I tried i
o show him that lie ought to be b
villing to give all of the service lie v
ould during the hours for which I I
)aid him, but lie was sullen and n
Ipeittinent, arid I was compelled i
o senld him away at the end of the 1
Iext week. I wanted to keep him
o oblige you and on his own ac 1
-it, for ie is really a very capable a
y, bit lie must change his ideas r
Crdinlg his duty to those who a
:ploy him before lie can hold a 8
11ace ver-y long."
This was true, and every boy who
cads this should bear in mind the
.ct that the too particular boy, the v
Ioy who is unwilling to serve, the t
ioy who would rather be idle than C
lo anything "not nominated inl tire
ond," is the boy whio<e life will be s
failure. Better far have the 0
p)irit of the boy whom I hired to 11
v'ork for me on S..turdlays a few "
cars ago. Hie came to me the F
irst Saturday with hris sleeves
oIled upj arid said:C
"'Now I aii ready to sail into h
mrythring you happen to have for Y
ire to dho. My timie is yours.''
That boy will "'get along'' ini tire C
vord.--J. L. H., ini The American
lenre the Ilhe Kind You Have Aiway? 80oug
of *?I-egf' .
A Beautiful Answer. C
It appears thant Mr. Rockefeller
iromiised a hianrdsomie prize to the r
>oy in Sabbath School who should a.
mrswer rmost sat isf'actorily certaiun
luest ions. Thc dlay of trial dawn- -1
:d The superintendent put t he
" 'Whom do you love best, \V ill1 e
sprague ?" ''I love miy mother best
;he dresses mec and1 undresses nre,
mid tuicks me in my bed at night p
md1( hears me say my prayers."
"'A good( answer, WVilly. Mr.
t.ockefeller will be munch pleansed. h
thinkl very likely you will get the ~
Th'ie suiperintendenrt turned to(i
muot her bright boy. B
''And whom (10 you love best,
Ienry' ?"' "I love my father best
>ecanuse Ihe goes to the city and
"A good answer, Henry, a very
odanswer. Mr. Rockefeller
w~ill be especially pleased. You
rave an excellent chance for the
There was a loud snapping of
hingers. ''Whant is it, my little
ian ? Do you wish to answer
iext ? WVell, whom do you love
"I love Jesus, because he died
or us." "A beautiful answer,"
aid the superintendent as he
viped hris eyes, "a beautiful an
wer. Did you all hrear' it, boys?
TIow delighted Mr. Rockefeller
will be I And what is your name,
ny good boy?"
"Ikey Einstein,"--Philip HaleI
nr the Musical Courier,
Carrie Martin dearly loved pretty
bings ; bright flowers, ribbons and
ices never lost their attraction for
Though her face was as Sunday
ed as possible, and her eyes rarely
eandered from tihe minister's face,
h,; was busy deciding that morning
n the colors of her winter hat. A
ew hat was an event in her life,
nd what should be the colors of
his one, which was to take the
lace of the gray she had worn two
vinters, had given her many hours
F pleasant thought.
%I never want to see that old
ray thing again,'' she thought. "I
elieve I'll send it in the Frontier
ox. There's nothing really the
latter with it. They don't see
he newest styles out there, so that
lon't matter. Jennie says she
as persuaded her mother to send
hat red and green school dress she
ould not wear last winter, and
laud is going to give her cloak
ecause the sleeves are too large.
,ly hat will do for them, and I
vould not like for all the girls ex
ept me to send something. I'll-" I
But the preacher was taking his
2xt, and his eyes seemed to be
xed on her. She straightened up
nd listened. "Neither will I
fTer burnt offerings unto the Lord
iy God of that which doth cost
le nothing," he read.
Carrie knew all about that text
ut then, David was a kiing. He
ould very well afford to buy a
ireshing floor to put an altar on
' he wanted to. She thought dark
lue, with a bit of red and white,
rould be most blooming, after all.
lowever, she would press out her
early new neck ribbon and put it
i the gray hat. It would make it
)ok a little brighter. She had
leant to wear this a long time yet,
> the gift would cost something
Fter all. But did ever a preacher
peat his text so often ? Perhaps
ic might do with two wings in
Cad of three, and get a new one
>r the gray, but- -
So the struggle went on.
The missionaries' bare little room
ras full to overflowing-chairs,
tbles and beds were piled with
loaks, shoes, dresses and coats.
"I'll not fear the northers now,"
iid the preacher, holding up an
vercoat, and beaming around on
is half-dozen children. It's al
iost as good as new, and we'll
reach many a sermon together.'"
'IIush,'' said1 Jimmy, giving
ibarlie, who wus shouting over
is new shoes, a hunch. "'Don't
ou see mother's crying?''
"Crying? Now!"' exclaimed
~harlie, and stopped1.
M\rs. I3ascom's thin, careworn
ice was bent low amid the bows
nd frills of a dark blue hat, bright
ned1 with red and white. "'Read
Maggie,'" she said, holding out
tiny note, which she had found
mid tihe bows, to her half-grown
aughter. While the rest of the
tinily gathered around, Maggie
'"Neither will I offer to the Lord
iy God that which dloth cost mue
othing. I will gladly wvear my
Id hat for God this third winter.''
'hat was al!.
"'I diidn't knowv before,'' almost
obbed Mrs. Bascom, '"that boxes
ost so much. It's all good, and
iist whlat we need, but I thought
was only what they could spare
low I know. And she is but a
But thle girl uinder the old gray
at carried a happier heart that
vinter than shle had ever done be
ore ; she had a little secret of sacri
cc for God.-Thle Foreign Mis
LOs of mental energy,
power, failing memory or
contrate the mind on the
there is nothing so goo
Nervine. Its powerful in
lng up and strengthening i
nerves, makes this great r<
uable brain-food and restoi
is'flb3, fortifies and refresh4
worn-out brain and gives
new life, and new energy
Adds renewed force to the a;
step and new
Sae inkndeggit an s.
A Blind Boy's Pationee.
Tle other day I went to see a
little blind boy. Scarlet fever had
set in his eyes, and for many
months he had not seen at all. Ile
used to be a sprightly little fellow
upon the run evcrywhere.
"\Vell, my dear boy,'' I said,
"this is hard for you, is it not?"
Ile did not answer for a moment
then lie said, "I don't know that I
ought to sayl hard ; God knows
best ;" but his lip qu*vered, and a
little tear stole down his cheek.
"Yes, my child ; you have a
kind heavenly Father, who Im-eu
you and feels for you more than
your mother does."
"I know it, sir," said the little
boy, "and it comforts me.''
"I wish Jesus was here to cure
Frank." said his little sister.
"-Well,'' said I, "'he will open
little Frank's eyes to see what a
good Saviour he is. Ie Will show
him that a blind hcart is worse
than blind eyes ; and he will cure
it, and enjoy beautiful heavenly
things, so that he may sit here and
be a thousand times happier than
many children wlho are running
a bou t.
"I can't hell) wishing he could
se,'' said Lizzie.
"I dare say ; but I hope you
don't try to make Frank discon
"Frank isn't discontenited." said
Li zie, earnestly, "he loves God
And love sets everything right and
makes its own sunshine ; does it
'I don't feel cross now,'' said
the little blind boy, meekly.
"ihen I'm alone I pray and sing
my Sabbath School hymn, and
sing and sing ; and God is in the
room, and it feels light, and
and -I forget I'm blind at all;"
and a sweet light stole over his
pale features as he spoke-it was
heavenly light, I was sure. -Young
A Cowboy's Idea of Serving God.
The most valuable ideas r. -y
sometimes be expressed in uncouth
language, as in the followimg quo
tation from a converten --owbox:
"Lots of folks who would like to
do right, think that servin' the
Lord neans shoutin' themselves
hoarse praisin' his name. Now I'll
tell you how I look at that. I'm
workin' here for Jim. Now if I'd
sit 'round the house here tellin'
what a good fellow Jim is an' sing
in' songs to him, I'd be doing jns.t
like what lots of Christians do, but
it wouldn't suit J.m. and I'd get
fired mighty quick.
'"But when I hustle among the
hills an' see that Jim's herds are
all right, an' not sufferin' for water
an' feed, or bein' off the range
branded by cattle thieves, thena I'm
servin' Jim as he wants to be
IDigests what you eat.
It artii,ally dIgests the food and ali
1Nature in strengthening and recon'
0tructing the exhausted digestive or
guins. It is the latest dIscovered digest'
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach i$ In .effciency, It In'
stantly relieves and permnanently curei
Dy spepia, Indigestion,.' HertburD
Fdlatulence, Sour St,omach, Nauset
allothuer resulteot imperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chiasgo.
IP M 00AINEMsWHI8KY
f.te o . a . Book on
511 .h. WoOLLaY, Me D.y Atlanta, Ca.
lack of thought "My nerve
Lnability to con- much dullnea
work i hand, inability to
I as Dr. Miles' work. After
fluence int build, be so overcon
he broken-down was gretgtly
uanedy an inval- 'Miles' lNervth
ative. It nour- truly believe
as the tired and energy I hav
nlew strength, influence."
to the system.
yutem, puts a new light in the
life tothe mind. 2Now isthe i
siilating theFood andRleguta
ting the Stouwlvs and Bowe of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Minf.al.
Rodiyw dl sievii -
Ani . e. 0
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diafrioea.
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Yac Simie Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
COndenseod 'olu.edule in Enes
Jan. 17th, 1901.
STATIONi. N .
Ig.) garleston .......... 11 00p m 7j 0 a
ummervi lo. ...... 12 0 n't 7 41 a m
Branchvi............ 2 Aa 866 am
" Orangebur ........ 2 45 a i 0 ;. a i
Kingvillo. ......... 4 25 a in 10 15 a i
Lv. Bavainnah ............ a in 12 -A) a im
barnwou............ 4 13 a in 4 13 a i
Backvil...... 4 28 a i 4 28 a i
v. Oolumbia........... a in 1i 0" a~
Pro. orty .......... h 14 a m 12 I0 n'n
Newheriy...... 8 a m1 12 25 ) in
" Ninlety-S.fx........... 93
"Oreenwood.......... I.) a mn 1 1 p m
Ar. Hodgc.t.......... IJ 15 a In. 2 15 p In
iv. Abbeville... .........35 a- i~n - p in
Ar Beion....... ....... 11 15 a n 10 3
A.nderson ..... 10 46 a m ) 2.p
Ar.ii eonville. ........12 20 in m4 15 p i
Ar. Atlaita.(CeiInc) i 55 ,Imn 7p m
Lv. Greenville........... 5.;o p 1 14 lb a m
Piedmont ...........11 0j p m 1.) jo a i
W illiaiston......... 1. p I, 1 5.3 a i
Ar. Airson .... . ...... 7 15 p m 11 4-. a L
Lv. iolton ........ 45 p mn 11 a tu
Ar. Donalds..............7i 16 p mn 11 40 a m
Ar. Abbodlile. .......... 8 Ioa m 12 25 p im
rv~lfodges. ......7hup nCil i a iii
Ar. G4reenwood......... 7 55 p mn 12 2.0 p mt
" Ninety.4x..........S 713 p am 12655 p am
" ewherry............ i 8 p mn 2 (A0 pm
" roiIriy...........l 415 p mn 2 14 p mn
"Columibia ......11 00 p o m i 8 60 nm
Ii.Tilanoli~e........... 2 Si a mn 2 5. a mn
" Barnwe...... 8 12 a m 1 12 a mn
"_avnn_h..... . 6 ..500 am 5 00 am
LXigiiie... ...... ~ 82 a m~ 4 48 p mn
"Qra.gnburg.... 8 45 a mn 6 88 p mn
" ranehville,........4 26 a mn 8 1 p in
"' mnmerv'ille ..... 6 7 a mn 7 81 p mn
fr Caletoa ..,.....|7 00 am 8 15 p m
$)ai&IaiN BT A T1ONB. alI~Ni
IF~op i 00 io tv..Ohar;oa on..Ar'Th1p 'T63.
12 0n'741 a " ummherville " 7 81lp 5 57 a
2 00 aI 8 56 a .runichvil:e. '" 8 1p 4 25,a
2 4:>a 0 20 a " Or.ngoburg " 8.') 8 45a
4 25 al 1 IS " Kingvilie "_4_4_2_34_.
.I~a.. . I -~iavannah Ar... 6 i. :,
4 13 a... .. BarnwolII. ... ...812 a
4 28a. '. ..Wnaokvi.Io. " 2... 257
8 a a11 40.a .. Oolumnbla.. " . 20 p O$80
8 57 a12 20 i" ..A lsi n.. " 2 8p 8 50)a
958a 1 239p .Entn. I 2 3p 7 4Ip
to 15 a 2 0J) p " ...Union ..."12 45p 7 l0Op
10 86a 2 22 p "..Jonesvi 1lo. 12 25p 8 S3 p
1's 60.a 2 )7 p " .neo.on.. 12 l4p 6 42 p
1) 256a 8 l0Op Ar Smartanug liv 11 41 a 8 15 p
11 8 ag 0 40 p b,viSpartnburg Ar II -'a2. 0
S 48pI 7 15 ylAr...A-haville...Lv 8 .f0 a 8O05p
"P" p. mn. "A" a. mn. "N" ntight.
DOUBLEI DAiLY SERVICE BEKTWEE~N
OJHARLESTON AND GREI1NVILLE,.
Puillman pamaeo sleeping cars on TraIn,,865and
8,117 and 18, on A. and C. division. Daining cars
on thoew trainai seorve all nmeals onromoe
Train. leav'o isparianbur,A .dvso
northbound. 7: a. m., . m. 6-1 (l. mi n
(Vesotibulo Limited) and 7.1,7 p. mn.; acuth.
bue. Limited), and I0:20 a. mn.
Trains leave G*reenvillo. A. and C. d.ivlision
aor thbound, 6: 02r am., 2:54 p. am. and 5:22 p. in
VstibtuIe Limnited), and E65. m. south.
ud1:0a. mn.,4:K0 p. mn., 12 :15 p. in. (Vest4
bul LIimitbed)h and 11: 5 a. mn.
Trains 15 and 16--PalIman Sleeping Or
betweon Charleston and Oolumbia; ready for
eeeonpanoy at both Voints at 0:80 p. mi.
Elegant Pullman Dratwinu-Rooma Bleoping
be tween Savannah and Ashevil!,, enroute
ybetween Jacksonville anmd (2ininati.
1'RANK B. GANNON. 8. 11. HARDWIOK,
T rd V-P. & Gen. bMgr.. G)en. Pan. Agons
* Mst. Gen. Pan. Agi. Div. Pasm Agt
Atlanta, Ga. , Charleston, . 8.
a were debilitated, and I had
B, confusion of thought and
perform accustomed brain
severe mental effort I would
.o and weak that my stomach
deranged. Hearing of Dr.
to I began taking it; and I
a good share of the nerve
e since enjoyed is due to ito
R~Ev. L. STEERE~,
eye, gives new~ firrnnes to the
ime to try it.
ea edclCo., E&hart, Ind.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CNTAUA COMPANY. N6%V Vann GITV.
Ch1arlcston and W cstI Caroliia Rwy Op.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line
detelu)" in Effect Jan. 13th. 1901.
Leave Augusta................. 9 40 a in a 35 p
Arrive Green wood.. ........12 1 p in ....... .....
Anderson ........................ 800p
Lauruns................. 1 20pm a aU
W atertoo tit 8.)...L2 0/ p 1 ..............
Greenville. .......... 3 Oj p i 11 30 a
Glenn p ings..... 4 00 p m .............
8pa.tanburg....... 10 p in U 00 a it.
baluda.................... 5 33 p in
lendermonvilic...6 0 p in .
I s v 1110................ 7 16 p im ............
Leave Ai-h ville............... 8 UU a I .. ........
81 artanburg .........11 -i a a) 3 ia p ,
l 1). n Sp g ......10 0W a I . .
GreenIvi 1 .......... . 12 01 p M 3 25 p u
IaurenS.......... 3. p m1 7 o.J p
Arrive Waterlootil 6.)... 2 i p I ..............
Ureon wood............ 2 :5 y 9 0J Jim
1eavO Antlerhon ................... .. 7 .'p
Augtl i a................. 5 10 n
Leave Augutia ........ ...................... 2 U pit
A .mndme......... ........... A 41 Jil
Fairfax ....................... .. pi
Ye.. assee ...... ........ 9 00 ar ji pu
Bultutol L......... 10 7 a . 7 10 )n
1ort Ioyal ......... , a.ni, 7 2 pn
Ar savanu na.a................... 7 . pl.
Za vanilat h..................... ..... .. to ..
Port iioyal............... 1 00 p) 71 an
Beaufort ...............I a 6 p a 7 *o a -
I en atseo ........ ... 3 30 y m 8 0 a.
Fairfix................................ 9 ' .,
Allendale ...........................i s a
Arrive Aujgusta.................. ............. in. ali
Closaefinetiona at Ir~eeiswoon frr
p0oi On 5. A. L. and u. andl ( Itaiway, an.
at, 'part-anbnrg with Soutsaern Rlailw aty.
For any tutormnatiou relative -.o tacka'
tates, schedules, atldirs .
A ngusta. N
E.M. NOR m'. So1. Agt%
T. M EMERSO8N, TrafBc Mianagrer.
BLUE RIDGE RA'tROAI
a. 0. BBlA TIL, Receiver
netween A nderson tand W aihalla.
UAIUTBoUND. WERITBOU Ntt
No 12. stations. No
IA r 11 00Otn.....A nderson....Lv 3 35pn
A r .0 -0am.....Denier.........Lv.6pn
I r i !' am.....A utun ...Lv 4 05 pn
A r 10 22 a m..... Pe nadle ton...I y 4 14 p
IAr 0 13 am....hrry's Cromsi,q... I v.4 23t pn
Ar107am . ie......AasC:sn.... Lv 4 97pmn
A rl9 49am }........nec ......l.... ~v 429 17 pn
er 92.amv.,..West U nion ....Lv65li pis
Ar 92ai ............Waihalla..... lv i17 us.
&.M. Lv. P. M1. \
J. R. ANDER1'tilN, Superitn e ndnsnt
Connectl ne at 8e neco. with It< R It 'N 11
Al 4ner'on wlthBra Railw-yNcA 11 anri
In & fTect Nov'. 25th 11900.
(Eastern '4tuamiat T1um.
A M. A M pt PiM
7 45.a Lw Atlanta rIt A L) Ar '1 0
10 Ia A thens 6 281
ii i6a Elburton 4 18
12 2Ip A bbevil e 8 l5
12 46p (reenwool 2 48
185p Ar linton Lv 2 00
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.aj Bru swick .. 7 0i pm -4111an
Ar Jac~kson1ville....7 lt0pn 9 luam
Lv Jacksonville...7 45wre 9 20am
A Lok e City.....9 ;i po n I 28a
Ar Live Oak........Iu80pm 12 lapin
Ar Tallabaasee...........8 88pmn
\rv River Junction..........25pm
Ar MobIle.................8 05amn
A rNew Orleans............ 740: m
rr Cedar Keys..,..........6 2t5pm
ar Oeala........... .... I loan I 4e'ptx
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\ r Tamnpa............ 6 8am lI.'0pin
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Lv Orlando............0 6 8pm 8 25am
Lv Coer Key........ 7 lI am
Lv Gainesv ille ...... 12 5Sum
Lv Tallna basee........ I 43pmn
Lv Live Oak......... 4 42' mn
Lv La ke City .... . 525pm
Li Ji'cks. :ville...8 210m 7 ISppm
Lv Br unswick....... 6 0o'in 8 tI0pn
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