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A Yuny Hardshen Sermon.
TIT-And whel Ilhey ris up early
In thoe wornn', behold theoy were al
My frons and hearers, I will preach
unto you this day.-win and weather
permitton-from the thirty-ninth
chapter of Issiay, thirty-sixth verse.
And the destroyin' angel smote in
the camp of theSyronians a hundred
and tour score and five thousand
mnon-ah--An when they riz up early
in tbo mornin', behold they were all
dead corpuses. And thus it its, my
unconverted frene and hearers, that
I he destroyin' angel stalke about % iIh
his moat axe, ready to send us to the
bone yard befo we can set down to
breakfast. An it i3 said, my frens,
that roses are red, and violots are
bllni-ah,2 but its no use to try to lion
Oy-foggle around do angel Gabriol,
when be tootAS his IorI to tuck youri
tails and git under dirth-ah.
"And when they riz up early in the
mornin', behold they wore all dead
My wretched bretheriug and sia
terings I was ridin along the road
one day, I seen a man set tin on the
top of his fence, with a double-barrel
shot.gun on his lap-ah a swettem an
fannin of himself with anl ole straw
bat, and a cusain uv the fourth uv
July, aun North Ameriky, and tho
constitution, an the Suprmc"10 Court,
and the President uv the United
states'ah, anl when I hearn that man
a cu"in, an seen that big shot gun,
thinks I to myself, in the words of
the text abl.
And when they rizo up early In
the iuornin', behold tbey was all dead
Ad I told roan to wo, and sez I
"My ungodly fran, it you swar 'n
that air way you will forever and
eternally ruinate your immortal soul,
and never git a nibble when you go
a fishingab; and sez he: "you go to
hell, you dam'd old mishaipend miw
gottened,. mistake uv creation-alh, if
you had to git the grass out uiv a
cotton crap with your free niggers,
yon'd git on a stump and euse your
eulf out your damn'd ole yaller hide,
and go to hell for your healthsah."
"And sez I. "My errin tren, it cuts
me to the mnarrer to see you strug.,
gling in the bondage of sin-ah." And
ee be. "Mfy pumnkin.-fced custom
er, it you can climb1. that tail red oak
tree there and see anything in this
miserable Ian but crab grass, you
can take my hat for a bent unessah."
"And sez I, "My hard swearin
fren, I am afeard you will hever re
gister your name in the book of eternal
"And sex I, "I went to townt last
M~ond ay to register and I could'ut
get a eight of the book for them dam
greasy niggers-ah." "Oh miistaken
huiman," ses I, "I trimble for your
future, for you air on the road lead
ing to perdition-ah." And eez be.
"You are a dam hell forsaken old
lIar, for i'm on the road to B3enton."
I heaved a groan, my hearers, and
"An when they riz up early in the
mornin,' behold they were all dead
An sez lie, 'Let o'm rix and be
damn'd to e'm all ab.' 'Oh my sufe
fern feller creature' sez I, 'it you
wrould but sue grace you might come
to jin that heavingly quire, and be
mancipated from the shackles of
An he cooked his gun, and sez be,
'1 had twenty six likely negroes man.
cipated on my hans, an of you dr,
jaw bout mancipation again, I'll
make buzzard vittles out of yo dam'd
olo swiveled uip carcass beforo hell
could cripple a gnat-.ah.' My con
. stant frens and hearers, when I seed
that wicked man a cocking of his
gnn-ah, I began to.feel exeeedin ja
bons, and the words of the text smote
upon my ear ah.
'An when they ri: rup early in the
aflornin', behold they were all dead
But my christian hearers, I felt
called upon to try my han one more
time on this objuret man.-ah, and
sea 1, 'My blasyhemous fren, you
are continually and forever dam'd-ah
if you don't immediately get down
ofen that air fence-ah, and go to some
sequestern sp)ot and pray fnr yo soul's
redemption'ah.' An heo jucuped dlownl
ofen that air fence abmo nuff ah, but
he didn't go to no sequestern spot-ah.
but ny uncorsciors hearere, he stuck
that big ole doouble batrrel shot gun
up to my reverend head-ab,' and sez
ho I've hearn a sequester was the
next thing to a confi.cator, and ei
thats yo bisioss in this here country
you had better grow beautifully le*s
an dam sinall-ah. And my heareis
it looked to me as if a drove of mukIs
could a trotted down the barrel of
that shot gun-ah, an I put spurs to
ole Roan, an I galloped through the
wilderness fur fo and twenty miles
ali; and thinks I, my hearers of that
man don't pull up soon, he'll git to
the o:d uv his rope-ah.
'And wlhen they riz up early in
the mornin', behold they were all
An sho niT, ny pat ient hearers,
in three days that prolfunaterd man
was tuk up by tio froodmons buro
an,d t ricd by tI m (I i lingtary Com in is
8i)n and uting for killing a nigger-alh
and iny lianen frniS and bearers,
when I scoun him a standin on that
vast imniensity uv space and kicki i
at the forth district, sez I to myself,
in the languago ub the hyinster-al.
Ono more sinner dead and gone,
A silver spade to dig his grave,
A golden chain to let him down
A bugle born to blow himu on ah.
'And when they riz up early in
the mornin', behold they were all
Contraction and Expansion.
John Ilenry was with Julia the
other evening when sho observed, says
tho Danbury Nows:
"John, doar, what is all this talk
about contracting and expanding
the currency, and which do you be,
"Woll, my swot," said John, pul,
ling up his collar, "that deponds upon
circumstances. In some cases I should
advocato contraction, and in others an
expansion of it. It is according to
Aho circunstance$-that is, the con -
dition ol Lhiings."
"B1ut w hat isi tho differenco btwceen
the two, anid how~ dhoos circumIstLance
affeuct thm That's what~ I wva't to
"'Oh, that's easily expla4 ied," staid
John, in a tone of greaut cheerflulnevs.
'For instance, when we are alone wo
both sit on one chair, don't we?"
"W il, that's con traction. B3ut wheni
wo hear' your pa or mua comning We get
on1 two chairs, don't we?"
"I should say wo did."
"WVell, my love, that isepnin
So you ~ se it's3 accordingt to circumu
"John," said she, very softly, bur.
rowing under his~ ear, "wo are cons~
tractingz nowv, ain't we?"
"You bot." said John with increas
A writer In the Richmond Dispatch,
warning the country agaist Commun-.
Ism, says: "It is the height of absurd
ity to suppose for a moment tat
wealth ean ever be equally distrib
uted As long as the world shall ex.
ist, in spite of every social upheavah
thore will over romain these two
classes--vis: the rich and the poor.
Thle rich may become poor and the
poor may become rich; but niever will
it.como to this, that all will becomno
rich, or that all will bocomo poor.
There is the samo roelation betweon
labor and capital as between food and
life, As life cannot subsist wvithiout
food, so capjitail cannot exist without
WASHJINoToN, July 25.-There are
ommisarios of the commuone horo, and
they are reported as having gono fur
ther South. The detectives bore at%
tribute the foolish dcmonstration at
Louisville to their machinations.
SAN FRANCISC0, July 27.-The loss
by Wednes:lay night's fires is $80,000.
The0 policO force are instruc*ted that it
is their duty to fire into any crowd
attacking them with stones or won
pens of any kind.
Tho following is a list of prominent
Republicans who have lolt their coun,
try for thdr country's good:
'(IIo nest Jobhn" Patterson, D. II.
Chamberlain, B. F. Whittomore, F.
L. Cardlozo, R. II. Gloaves, Niles (I
Parker, C. P. Loslie, T. C. Dunn, Hi.
E. Hlayne, and Josophus Woodrufy.
We will give tho names of other
prominent members of the party a
A chicken was killed in Florida
a day or two since whose gizzard
contained thirteen grains of gold.
I are Wvorth& thr
fveight in gold. -
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dt. Trr:--Dear Sir: For ten year I have beed
M to Consti and Pies. Last
u were recommended to ae; I used
~.mba lti fittl . I ms aow a weon a
are wt In tod.
~flf7 p ljj Dr. 'TM*t has been en.
gaeda in the pmectice of
VVR %If BAD- foralonXtmevisaeam
ACER. strator of anatomy in the
Medical College of Geor.
Shence persons using
ills have the guaran.
CUR 3DYSPAPOM. tee that t are d
on scien vapi'es
TUTTS PLroe qar aIl
CURZOONOTIPATION comin a s m the
S heretofore - antagonistic
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isn PI here
or CURB ~ ~ plxe Rw,e far,
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PIZ!H COUf?T DIaECTORY,
Senator-U E~ Bowen.
Representatives--U F Bradley and E II Unte
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P'robate-W G Field.
Coroner-Berry B Earle
9School Comnmissioner-0 W Si ngleiton.
Treasurer-W R Berry.
Auditor-John 0 Davis.
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man-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
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Trial .Justice*--REasley, T W Ru:ssell-Sa.
ubiy J U Hloleonmhe--enmtral, James A
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d'/e. B F torgan..- f,1h (-trw'remI 'fii "u.
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CnAR.?ToX, . C., eo. 876.
On sud af%e p , er 19, the
1asBenger Trains oi the ou Carolina
Railroad will run #s.'9isws:
- FO1 CORQUMR,.
Arrive at Oolumbia 'go6 a
Leave Charleston .' 9 1g
Arrive at Augusta 0 14 p a
Leave Columbia 9 oqka
Arrive at Charleston 4 4 M
Leave Augusta 0
Arrive at Charlestob 4a
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPREB.
Leavc Charleston 9. 5 p I a
Arrive at Columbia 7,2Qa
Leave Columbia 7 09 ;n
Arrive at Charleston 6 49
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESJ.
Leave Charleston a 00.P. a
Arrive at Augusta 8 4 a M
Leave Augusta 8 80 P -1
Arrive at Charleston 740 a a
Leave Suinerville at 7 30 a m
A-rive at. Charleston 8 46 a a
i.xn- (diarlouton 8 16 p a
Arrive at Suimerville 4 80P M
Connects at. Kingvillo daily (except Suna
1ay-j vith Up and Down Day and Passenger
lay and Night Trains connect at August&
with Georgia Railroad, Nacon and Augusta
HInilroad and Central Railroad. This ioite
via Atlanta is the quickest and roost direct
route, and as comfortable and cheap an any
other route, to Montgomery, SdlnIa,Moblie,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwq@t,
Rnd to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Sk.,
Louis, and all other poiuts West and North
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (whiek
lenvc4 at 9 p. in.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Traia
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charlot te Hoad.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Wew
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satar.
Ui- co!umbia Night Train conects closely
with the Oreenvilleand columbli Railroad.
. L. OLOMONS, SupQrintendoet.
S. D. PIcKtEs, General Ticket. Agent.
Grwe ille & Columnbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Vaeenger trains run daily. Sundays except.
ed, connecting with night trains en Bouth
Carolina Iailroad up and down. On and aft.
er 3/lvuday, July 16. 1877, the following ai
be the Schedule:
L'"ave Columnbia at 1.6pa
LeaIve Aist n .aL28
Leave Newherry at 84
Lov (okei:ury at .0
L" Bel imi at .3
Laive a t een ville at 4a
ave Jcltii a. 720 p us
Arrie atColmbiaat .60 p a
ing veorthn ad tI 7.20 Cafote A
avei au Aoke sta dth Wi .67gt e
TnLeav A bb leat9.1 46-a. eoa
ug oneta Aso with.Dw Trainsfo revle Jon the
Spartaburg and1 UionRia connewt U8
L'riai rmobia. wichmodaght Train, nteSuhC
~Iubia andnugsay and eridays.i La
TeeryanlaeAbil at 1l16 am., oroite aivl
nglit Down Train from Greenville. Leaes Ab
ebury ait 15c p. i., connecting with. rp.
I'raiin from Columbia. AcmoainTae
ALNDER80N BRANCH! AND FLUE SIDOE.
Leave WValhalla at 4.26 a a
Leave Peorryville at 8.00 b im
Leave Pendleton at 8.40 a
Leave Andersori at 6.80 a
Ai rive at Belton at 7.10 a m
Leave Belt on at ' 8.80 amr
Leave Anderson at 9.20 p am
Leave Pendleton at 10.10 p as
Leave Perryville 1.ggg
Arrive at Walhalla1. gt
Accommodation Traine between Belton and
~iderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and BakV?ry
lays, Leave Beiton at 9.60 a m., or ontri.
hi of Down Train from Greenvilie. .Leave
indersonm at 2.00 p m., connecting with' Up
TH!OM~AS DODAMEAD '
JAnF.z NoJtTON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atla.nta & Richmond Air Line Railway'
PAssENGEn TRAIN BA5TWAD-DAIay.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 p us
Leave Toccoa City at 8 11 p a
Leave Westminster at 9 16 p a'
Leave Senca cit.y at 9 40 p .
Leavo cantral at 10 12 p ia
Leeve Easley at 10 48 p te
Leave Greenville at 11 20-ams
Leave Spartanburg at 12 64 a sa
Arrive at charlotte at 4 12s us
FREIGHT TRAIN EASTwAnD--DA3g
Loaves Atlanta at - 7 15s a
Leaves Toccoa at 8 46 p a
Leaves Westmnislter at 6 16 p in
Leaves Beneca city at 6 06 pm*a
Leaves Oentral at 6380a m
Leaves Easley at * 4041
Leaves Greenville at 8 49-a a':
Leaves Spartanburg at 1l 40* a
Arrive at Charlotte at 8 10 p s
PA58ENOER TRAIN W35TwAUD--DAILT.
Leave Charlotte at 7 10 p a
Leave 8partaniburg at 186 p usa
Leave Oreenville at 12 88 wus
Leave Easley at 1 00 ae
Leave Central at 1 4TWga
Lcavo Seneca City at 2 20w
I,eave Westminster ab 2 47 a ta
Leave Toccoa City at 840 cm
e'rrive at Atlanta at 8 46 a 10
FREKIGHIT TRLAIN WEsTWARD--DAILY
Leaves Charlotte at 70
Leaves Spartan burg at 148
b,eaves Greenville at4 pr
Leaves Easley at60 a
Leaves Central ao 6~*
Leaves Seneca Olty at80a
IEeaves Westmninister at 86
Leaves Tocca at 80a
Arm ive at Atlanta at62p
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