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Beechor And The DovilThe
New York Sun lm8 boon lookin|('
rnto tlio future and last week
*' a 1 * ..rii... ?..i
WUUIIUUUU IV IV'IIJJ UUUUUIll, MIU Bi?|U
of Plymouth pews in January, 1877.
Tho bidding was 6lack but wben a
oloeely hooded person bid twenty
thousand dollars and puid the monoy
down tbo congregation wore astonished.
Nobody recognized tho "now
ttorishoner" aud could find out noth
ing about him. He attondod services
regularly and contributed liberally
to all charitable pnrjx bo3. Aftqr
n wliilo Becchor and Brother Shoreman;
put their heads together a up
determined to find out who tho man
woa. Thoy laid their trap and caught
a tartar when tho following interest
ing nine dialogue is ema to occur be* j
tween tho Plymouth brethren and
tho "now parishioner":
"Who tho devil is he?" thought
Mr. Beecher, but he did not say it.
'Who tho devil is ho?' thought
Sherman also.
P iu
'Precisely gentlemen. Precisely!'
exclaimed tho stranger answering
tlrn thnilorhtft tllftf linrl >i/if hnnn ov_
pressed in words.
Then tho stranger slowly unbuttoned
bis ulster and stood up, leaving
tho ovorcoat fastened to tho bench
by the wily Shorraans two screws.
Then he tappod the floor triumphantly
irUU his cloven foot and whisked
muvu% m imi ntitu ly ?o luiig u? nil . i
Evart's speech^ Tbon ho took ofT his
queer shaped skull cap and revealed
twp horns of his own dilemma. Then
he smiled serenely upon the astonish,
ed pastor and the confounded woepf
?r? ' . i \
'Gentlemen,' began tho no longor
(nameless parisbionor, 4it is a long
tirfcxe since I have been to church and
prayer meettings. I haven't exactly
Iik^d the atyle of pulpit talk you
know, and Martin Luther and Thomas
Knox and Botno others I might
mention have used mo pretty rough
in their time. But since I read tho
report of tho Great Trial in Tho Tribune?a
paper, by the way, which I
.1 ...! A 1. i * - 1
uuvu jjuriiuvu wmi 1 iliumo ])ltn6lI!'Q
ever b'ujco Jay Gould bought it?I
have takon a strong fancy to you Mr.
Beecher, and to the Plymouth stylo
'of religion. Your are a manly loin
low, sir: a man after my own heartj
sir. Your aduilry was a fine stroke,
an artistic stroke, egad. I can't show
I 1-~
nnjtuiiig {iiuuiui uii my uuurs, 1U11I'
perjury, too, was delicious. Couldn't
have done better on tho witness
eland myeolf. I assure you it mado
a groat sensation in boll. It revived
interest iu church matters to an amazing
degree. In fact, Mr. Beech*er,
wo got np a little church of our
own and voted unanimously to give
you a cull. No denominational connections;
work light and agroeablo
total freedom in your personal relations;
no illiberal theology to hamper
yon; cliina'o warm: and sulurv fclOO.
w / J ~r ~ J *
000 overy year. l'vo iixed up si nicu
littlo pareonago (unmortgaged) for
you in tlio collar under tlio bottomless
pit." And tlio devil stood pationtly
awaiting an answor, and
scratching liia leit oar with the sharp
end of his tail.
'But,' cried Mr. Beocher, 'tliis is
very sudden! This is very?"
'Come,' said tlie dolegate from below,
in a louder and more authoritative
tono. The leonino iaco was very
ehoepliko now.
Brother Slioarman threw up a
window sauli, jumped out and ran
uway in breathless haste.
'I am afraid I must doclino,' said
Mr. Becchor. I fear tlio climato isn't
good for tlio hay fovor."
'Come,' shouted tlio devil a third
timo. 4You might aa well try to row
np Niagara in a peanut shell as to
pnll against my wishes."
Meanwhile Shearman had returned
and was flourishing documents under
?i.~
HJU UV1YM O 1IUHO.
lIlold onl' yelled tl?o lawyer, yon
muan't take him. I'vo got an injnne.
tion hore.'
Not good,' said Satan. 'Your
OOUrlB have no jurisdiction in my
CftBO.'
'And I've got a quo warranto writ
c'onntinued fihaarnmn ?rowi.
> "?? Mlg U btJU^
oud document.
No jurisdiction, I ropeat,' said tho
devil, calmly. 4 assure you, upon
my professional honor, your quo
i
warranto won't hold water. Come!
Henry Ward Beecher.'
'Then take me too,' exclaimed the
highly pione lawyer, his evc8 briuih
ming with brino. 'Ybn will n$t ,
part me from my p?etoi^ I love him
botter than might of earth besides.
Butter than my owu wife?yea than
many wives. Whither he goeat thoco
gocst I also. Take mo along with
IT ll r J 11 ?
uenry w lira jooecnerr
Pardon me,' said the dovil politely
but firmly. 'I moan no oflenco, for
I regard you as a vory valuablo pot
aon?but you are altogether too \vi*
tory for latitudo. I wouldn't ha*e
1.^11 " * '
juu iu uoii m uny prico. ion woujJ
put out all my firoa with half an
eyo. Really, now, you'll havo to o^cu8e
mo for the present. By and by
Unil'll KnKrtH )
" F.?F?.?V4.
'Take me! take mel'pleadod Sheniman
bursting into tears. 'You take
ILcnry Ward Beecher, why not take
me?'
'Excuse mo,' said tlio devil again>
with a low bow and a sardonic grin,
'you remember what Sir Josoph
Banks remarkod just after his famous
experiment with the lobsters and
I "* r~
fleas in tho kettle?"
'No, said Shearman, "what was
it?"
4Flcas aro not lobsters, d?n their
souls," whispered tho devil in a low
6weot voico, as ho vanished in n
elond of sulphurous smoko with Henry
Ward Beechor under his arm.
"Class in tho middle of goographjr
stand up," said a school mastor.?
(Wlwil Ion Uo. 1 "A
.. ? lo ? {Jjriuuliui UU UOIVVUi
pilo of mon in a circus, ono on top of
tho othor." "Whoro is JBlgypt?' 'Whore
it always was.' 'Whoro is Wales?'
'All ovor tho sou." "Vory woll,' sai<j
tho school mastor, 'stay thoro till I
hiiow you ft Bpooioe ot birch that grow
all over this country."
?
Always suspect a man who has ar~'
rivod at tho ago of thirty and isu't
attachod to a picco of calico.
'Now is tlio time to got up clubs,'
remarked 0110 of our oditors tho othor
uuy ub no was auacitou t>y a dog,
"Wo don't liko to bo considoicd
importinont," says tho Concord (Nk
II.) Patriot, (Dom.,) "but did Blaino
go to tho war and fight for tlfu Union
which ho talks ho much about, when
ho was drafted, or did ho put in a
substitute? If so. who?"
? ^
An Indianapolis witnoss toatifiod the
othor day that ho kopt a firo burning
in hit* Btovo all night to savo matchos.
A girl of San Luis, Moxico, strug*
glotl with a burglar and assaulter for
throo hours at tho ond of which time
who killed him.
Alio may who loll buck on hor dignity
cutno noar breaking it; and tho
man who oouldn't stand it has takon
a Roat and ih now quito comfortablo.
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South Carolina Railroad, I
Chaui,K8ton, 8. C., Doo. 18, 1875. I
On and after Sunday, Docember 19, tho '
Passenger Trains oa the South Carolina
Railroad will run us follows:
FOR COLUMBIA.
(Sundays oxcopted.)
?eavo Charleston 9 15 a m
Arrive at Columbia 5 00 p m
FOR AUGUSTA.
(Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston 9 15am
Arrtvft ftf Aimuoln rtr
o iu p m
FOR CHARLESTON.
(Sundays excepted.)
Leave Columbia 9 00 a m
Arrivo at Charleston 4 45 p in
Leave Augusta 9 00 a in
Arrivo at Charleston 4 46 p m
COLUMBIA NIGIIT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 am ?
lonvoflnlnniK!. " ~
I VU P III
Arrive at Charleston (5 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGIIT EXPU13SS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a in
Leave Augusta 8 30 p m
/\rrivo at Charleston 7 10 a m
SUMMKRVILLE TRAIN.
(Sundays cxccptod.)
Leave Summervillc at 7 30 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 a ni
Leave Charleston 3 16 p ni
Arrive at Summervillo 4 30 p m
CAMDEN TRAIN
Connects at Kingvillo daily [cxccpt Sun*
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Frains.
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with Georgia Railroad, jl/acon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. This route
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Now Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
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leaves at 0 p. m.) for all points iVortli.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
onCharlotto Road.
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on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Up Columbia Night Train connccta closely
wuu mo urccnviue anu uoiumtua Railroad.
S. 8. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. Pickbn8, General Ticket Agent.
Greenvillo & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up ami down. On and after
J/onday, December 13, tho following will
bo the Schedule:
up
Leavo Columbia at 7.80 a m
Leave Alston at 0.15 a in
Leave Newberry at 10.35 a 111
Leave Cokcsbnry at 2.07 p m
Leave Helton at JJ.50 p ni
Arrive at Greenville at 6.25 p m
down.
f.nnvn o? ? ftA _
......v .j.. . ...v ..v o.viw n ir.
Leavo licit on at 0.40 a m
Leave Cokeubury 11.20am
ucavc Newberry at 2.40 a m
Leave Alston at 4.20 p m
Arrive r.t Colurr.biii G.55 p ni
gsp-CoRncot at Alston with Trains on the
Spartanburg and Union Railrond ; connect at
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Car
IE nil rrvftil n.wl I : > n,...
? , ... v. uunu , innu WIIII inline
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta and the Wilmington, Coi
/11JBEVILLE BRANCH.
Train leave Abbeville at 11.15 a m., connoof
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leavi
Cokcsbury at '2.16 p in., connecting with Uj
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Train,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leayc
Cokesbury at 11.16 a m., or on the arrival oi
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves All
bcvillc at 1 o'clock p. m., conneoting with ( j
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON IS RANCH AND PLUE RIDGE
DIVISION,
l.eavc Walhalla at 6.00 a m
Leave Perry villo at 0.45 a m
Leave Pendleton at 7.35 a in
1 Leave Anderson at 8.35 a m
???vu ?>. u.zu a m
UP.
Leave ISelton at 3.50 p m
Leave Anderson at 4.50 p m
Leave 1'ondleton at 6.50 p m
Leavo l'orryvlllo 0.35 p m
Arrive at Walls alia 7.15 p m
Accommodation Trains between Belton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Satur*
days, Leavo Bellou at 9.50 a in., or on arriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at 2.0O t> m.. nonnp.ntinff wiii> n?v
THOMAS* DODAMEAI),
General Superintendent.
Jaukz Norton, .Jr., General Ticket Agent
Schedule.
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
PA88ENQK11 TRAIN EA8TWAHD?DAILY.
Leavo at Atlanta at 4 10 p m
Leave Toccoa City at 9 00 p n?
Leave Westminster at 9 54 p ni
I Leave Sonoca Gil v at 1ft ? ?
V - " " 4 I' 1,1
Leavo Ocntral at 10 f>7 p m
Leeve Kaslcy at 11 80 pm
Leave Greenville as 12 12 a m
Leave .Spartanburg at 141 a m
Arrive at Charlotte at B80am
PA8SENOKU TRAIN WKSTWARD?DAII.Y.
Leave Charlotte at 8 00 p rn
*,eaveSpartanburg at 11 64 p m
Leave Greenvillo at 1 28 p m
Leavo Easloy at 151am
Leavo Central at 2 28 a m
I.tavo f<encca City at 8 00 a m
Leave Wstminster at 8 84 a m
Leavo Tuccon City at 8 34 a m
Arrivo at Atlanta at 9 80 a^m
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2 H. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga.
No one should go West without first get
ung in oomtnunicftlion with tho Gonoral
Emigrant Agent, and bcoomo informed as ti
superior advantages, cheap and quiok tran?.
portation of familieB, household goodB, sto( k,
and farming implcmenlB generally.
All information checrfully given.
TY. L. DANL3Y,
?03Cm Q.f.tT.A. (
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
Canal St., from Sixth to Skvrntii,
RICHMOND, : : VIRGINIA. *
ENGINES.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, ltoilcrs, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Fot'gings, &c. -j.
ARCllITECTUHA LE IRON WORK,
In all its branches, done by experienced hands
IMPROVED PORT A HI, ENGINES tor
driving Coiton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A nutnbor of
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various +
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited and promptly done.
WM. E. TANNEll h CO'.
Oct 11, 7 ly
A Iifi TURE
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published, in a Sciled Envelope. Price
Six Cents.
A Lecturc on the Nature, Treatment, nncl *
Radical euro of Seminal Weakness, or Spor*
matorrhoca, induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary
Emissions, Impotoncy, Norvoua Det
bilily, and lirpediments to Marriage generally;
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, &c.?By
KOUEKT J. CUI.YEUWELL, M." D., author
of the "Green Hook," &c.
The world-renowned author, in (his admirable
Lccture, clearly proves from bis own
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-Abuse may bo effectually removed without
medicine, and without dangerous surgical
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certain and effectual, by which every sufferer^
no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply; privately and radically.
This Lecture will provo a boon to
thousands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in
a plain envolope, to any address, on receipt
of six cents, or two postage stamps.
Address the Publishers.
P. BRUGMAN & SON, %
44 Ann St., New York; Post Office Box, 4586.
Jan 13, 1870 19 t
NOTICES.
I lake tIlls method of informing my friends
that I will bo found in my othce on each
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my juriodiv*
tion. M
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel me to bo absent in different parts of
the county, 1 make this special appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
K. A. BOWEN,
no25 ly Scool Commissioner
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WE want some one in every county t?
take or?lr?rs mill <1?11? - -
uviiivi lor ID9
I old and original 0. 0. D. House. Large cash
wages. Splendid chancc in every neiglsb*r- *
hood for (lie right person of either sex, young
or old. Samples, free and post paid. Menu
for it at once and make money at your homos.
Adilress, II.J. HALL & CO. .6 N. Howard
Street, Ualsimore, Aid
Oct 21, 1875 8 8m 9
Notice.
We have juat replenished our siock of inerchaniliso
for the fall and winter trade.
Ladies' and gentlemen's hats and draas
goods generally have received spccial alien*
lion.
Our Slioc Department
is very full, amounting to nearly one tkon* f
sand dollars.
Our Clencial Stock
Comprises nearly everything you are l!k?)/
to need and will bo sold very low.
Haif Car Load.
Of best Liverpool Salt on hand und^for *aalt
two dollars per sack, which is
CHE A PR
Than before the war. All arc rcBpcctfuUy In*
Vitntl to null ftrill ann ' I- ~?
Hester & Hester*
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 1874.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
?S&BOTBLkfc; 8* K.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP 4
Till; STATE AND OF TIIE UNITB?
STATES.
Sept 28 10 tf
Absolute divorces obtained
from Courts of different States for d?.
Bcrtion, &c. No publicity required. No
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 Gm 191 Broadway, N. Y.
noktox 1iaoood,
a t torneys a tj law
I , pisksms a. ?
^^7"ilij givo their attention to Urn
.
Y V and to tho Collection of Pension^
Bounty Land and all other Claims.
J.J. NORTON, J. E. IIAOOOD,
Walhalla, S. C, Pickens, 8, C.
July 27th 1871. 1 If*
I)r. It. J. 1111 Hand
HAVING rotiivned and permanently loeftted
at l'ickensvillc, respectfully offtri
his Professional sorvices to the oitisens of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Chargci
reasonable.
May 9 41
THE WEEKLY SOU i columns, from now
to New Years, post paid, GO eta. Addretf
Tho Sun," N. Y.

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