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Infidels Don't Pray.
In -the year 1827, a young man,
then studying for the ministry, was
requested to preach in a town in thi8
State. The meeting was hold in the
evening at a private house. Know
ing that two or three Deists were
present, same remarks were made
upon the anuthenticity-of God's word.
Tile president of an infidel club arose,
and intei rupted the sjcaker, wio
ani!dly said to him): "Sit down, and
after meeting I will talk with you.".
W hen tihe servicos closed, there WaS
hardly time for conversation, and an
appointment was made that the
parties should meet at the houso of a
friend on the following mornin.;. - At
the tippointed hour, the piesiden.t,
with severnl infidel books under hi
artn, and a large handkerchief full
of pamphlete and papers, made bis
appearance, in company mith two
nminbeis of his club. No sooner
were tho par ties seated, and the large
table cov,.ered with his religious dis..
secting knives, than the infidel be
gan with much warmnith to poir f,rti
his contempt for the biblo.
'S op, sir, stop,' said t ho student,
'Let tis commence rigit, and then
we shall end well. Do you 'believe
there is a God who mado all thing?
a God w1ho has a mlild?'
'Do you believe Ile created you;
feeds, clothes and watchics over you
and yours, without any rosard?'
'Certainly I do.'
'Well, sir, that we may commence
right, please lead in prayer. Ask
the God in whom1 you believe to di
rect us to the rejection of that bible
if it is false, and if it is true, receive
it. We do not want to be deceived.'
Theo man hesitated, and said, 'I
never pray, I do not believe in
'Never pray, sir! (10 you not hes
liove in prauyer, when you r God has
(lone so much for you? never thank
him for his goodness? Ilave you a
'Dio yon never thank hiim? If yon
lead a child w homn you had ah vays
blest, would he not thank you when
you bestowed upon him sonme little
'I suppose0 he wou l.'
'WVell, sir, cotmparo right. JustL
pray; pra.) and thaniik God.'
T1he~ studenClt t hen turned to is in.
fidel comJpaionls, and iiekcd them to
pray, and they both declined. WVith
indlescribauble feelings lie knelt, and
with great freedom poured out his
w~holo heart to God. As he finished
they all t hriee arose from t heir setts.
The president passed his fingers
hrough h~lis hair*, and as he gathered
up his book, said
'I think we will talk no more. It
will do no goodl.'
The student waited on them to
he dloor, and in a short t ime heard
that the club had dlisbande d.- Lou is,
v ille. (K)'.)_iIerecl, 1851.
T.hie following from thle Times will
be appreciated by thle br'eth1reni of
the mystic tie. It won't be worth
he while for any' cno else to attempt
to extract the fun from it: Sat ura
Constable B3owen found the boys in
high glee over the sport they were
having with a chap on State street,
who wvas mnakinig desperate efforts to
prevent the roadl from flying up in
huis face. Marching hima to jail the
('ficer waited until Moniday morn
ing, and then "Sev." camne befor,
E-quire Stearns and took a chair.
The following dialtogue then occur
'1Fromi whence canme v'oor
'Yell, I vas been from der city
New York ofer die New Jerusa
'What caime you here to do?'
'I learn to subdue mnine abbititles,
an 'imubroof myself in brinting.'
rThen you are a przinter, 1 pre
'Yaw, l'am so tooken by all of der'
'Where were you made a printer?'
'Auf a reguila~r Scandiunavian brint'.
'How gained you admission to this
'By good many long wa'~lks.'
'[low were you receivedV'
~'By a Germnant frient, milt a glass
'Oh, he dook me doo tree times
the city rotAd,;r-t-iM ns in der
south, an4 der weot and eas nd
den d f M
'Wh " d 1ie ofIeor o Witi
dauglitme der' a to der
jail in der east until my steps was
more upright un regular-Oi before.
'Will ti be off or fromi'
'Vell, ler you) should .lease,
Square, Iil be off right away
quic'k.' .. I
'Wby do you leave the east anl
'In searcli of work.'
'Wor'k.being the objoet;of yWI
search, you will desend aflightof
dirly olairs,psejgo ogf
er several wteps; turn ;gqvar %ut,
get on the level road, pt put of the
city, and jI0af'plurpf> line for
Chicago, whiere .iae. wicked are al
ways trOu blesom atid the ary*ai'd
as.the rest.' And Bev. etuig i
on his way to Chiagos
The Nev Tax Bill
For kissing a pr etty girl', one dol
For IssngA h6mdly one, two dol.
The tax is levied in order to break
uy th* 'Custoi(I alit e" r L ' r b1ng
regardeA aq a piece of inexcusable
For 'every, lirtAtion, ten cents.
For every young man who has
more than one girl, five dullars.
Courting in the kitchen, twenty
Courting in romantic place, five
dollars, and fifty cents each tine
For a girl giving a young mnan the
mitten, five dollars and costs of suit.
Seeing a young lady home from
church, twenty cents.
Failiug to see her home, five dul
lars and costs.
For ladies who paint, two dullars.
Proceeds to be devoted to the telief
of discons.late husbands who h,ave
beeni deceived by outside app)earanl
Baichelors over thirty years old,
ten d'.llars and banmshed to Utaa.
Every boy baby, fifty cents.
Each girl ba by, ten cents.
Tw it.s, one hu nd aed dlollairs pre
mtium, to be- pai d-oit ot thaetfond aos
cruinag from the tax on bid bachelois.
IIeads of fangjlies of more than
tir iteen children, fined a hundred
dollan ad sett pjair.
A NCenTi - oII DANIkL W EBs'r ER.
Durin one ot tim aLdeg0,ygcayons
Daniel anU his br'oth'er i etiNned' to
their father's 'in Salisbury:. Think
ing he had a right to some return for
the money he.bad expqded s th btr
education, the fathier put. cythes into
t heir hands and took- them into the
uJowinug field. Daniel moved a few
sweeps, and thben resting his scythe
wiped the sweat 'from his brow.
IIis father Baid. 'What's the mat
ter,, DanI?' .'My scythe dop't hang
right, sir.' IIis father -fixed it and
Dan went, to work again, but v'ith
no better success. Soniethaing wa
the matter wi-h the scythe and it
was not long before it wanted fiXing
again, and the 'father said in a pet:
'W ell, biatig it to suit yoni-self.' Danidl
with great composure hung it in the
nearest tree and retired.
UJelzini, many years ago, told this
old story- of the carnival at Lisbon
A mask in the merry crow~d threw
an orange at the ' carriage of til
Tu rk ish emnbassador, whiich Struck
him in the face; and that dignitary,
after a short delay, appeared before
the Portuguese minister of' foreign
affairs to compilin of the indignity
thus publicly .offered him. 'Oh,'
said the minister, 'such is the customn
of the country on these oceaaions, and
I hope your excellency will i'ardon
it.' 'Be it so,' anewered the Turk,
p)olitely, 'but I was about to add,
when you interrnpted me, that I
immediately drew my pistol and
shot the felloW dead, for' that Is the
Custom of' our country, and I haye
no doubt, from the remark that you
have jus t ade that you will over
Hon. Bill Tomhin will contest Mc
D)oa ald's seat, In a:--1, we mean a
The cpp'jiI ;iu- Utai- )(ap seut
on a delegation to Washington to
work for legielation by Congress in
their intei ests. They particularly
want a secret baN9t, which is now
practically denied; the withdrawal
of suffrage froin the wotnen, ak they
Are even more fanatical than the
Up in Scott county the other day
the peop!e were ainazed at a shower
of ouk ehingles, scraps of barness,
tiae "p 1)d al4es- bof1bay, I-- and the1y
thought tho end of the world bad
cone, but the next day an old farmer
camne along looking for a spent whirl
;% ind andi a two story barn, and the
mp stery ceased to be.-ILawkeye.
'iA Loc'k(Iaven woman,< :h.x was
on)ce: a,friendIces ar.d lont0y yeung
'ghl, nibwlia a hitablin-d and twet.ty
thu-e child i'.
So yoAr,an L t,so Arr,-a .s.al skin
Afer's Catharii8 fs',
For all the purposes of a Vamty Ph-tfe,
and for curin Costivenqas, - Jaund:o, -
Istiotu, oul :.. Stomach, .Brah
endache' rysl elas, Rheumatiarn
Eruptions and Skin D
iousnoss, Dropsy, Tumora, Worms,
Neuralgia, as a Dinner Pill,
for Purifying the -Blood,
Are the most ef
fhetive a 1 conge
Wo PtiC T
a ild but e
feet u in their
the bowels surely
IId without pain.
In their operation,
they are still the
most thorough and
tic nedicine that can be eiployed: cleans
ing the stomach and howels. and even the
blood. In small doses of one pill a day,
they .stimilate the digestive organs and
promote vigorous health.
Ayr's I.Sr.s have been known for
more than a quarter of a oentnrv, and have
obtainedl a -world-wide re put ation for their
virtues. Th'ev correct dliseasedl action in
the several 'assimilative orrgans of the
body, anud are so compo vsedi that obistruc
tions wvithmin their .range can rarely with-.
sttid"or~vade them. Not only do they -
e.ure the every-day complaints of every
hoflly, but also formiudable andI dangerous
dliseases that have halliled the best of
hutman skill. W~hile th er prodnele power
fl ell'eets, they' are, at lhe same time, the
safest and best p>hirsie ihr children. By
their aperien t.actnon they r ~mipe munch les's
thanum the.conniuoi pUIurgaiveCs, and never
givei pain when rte bowels are noit inflainied.
T1hey reach thme vit al fon:a a ins of the blood,
and strenlurh en the system hiv freeingv it
from thme eleitent.i pf' weakntwss.
Klapiter) tqa[f ajges anti portiJtio4 sA~n
all clihres, conta Iintlin nit'her ea omel
nor any deleterioui drnrr, these Pills may
be tak'en with safect t li- anybodl. Theiir
su!.ar-co:Ltin. prue'tset h(un iler'fre.h,
and mnakes them peiatt ae hl
being .prl deale, o anea 'ile
Dr, I. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,
Practilcal and A nnlvt teal Cliessaits.
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On and after'Bidi PWMlli6er 19, the
raspnger T alps a Tha 8quth ,a
Rallr6kd WflYimfbi f6lld*ih
'FOR:1OL MMIA1 -2 N* '
Leave Charleson .
Arrive at Augusta
'Le6*e Collambia 9-00t g in
Arrive at Charleston 4 469 = a
,Leaya August, : . .
Arrive t;Cliarleltop e a
OOL;IIM I IT EXR$3
Leave Charleston .. , Uip.m
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LeaveColuffibia 7' 00,VI=
Arrive at; Charleston ., . 40,& w,
. AUGUSTA 1'fGHT EPRES.. -i
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S SIUMMEVILIE TRA1NI
Love 7rville.aL ,780 a
'Arrive at ClIarleaqn 8 .46 Aa
Arrive i.t Bi invl e4 80ift
donn'ects at lingviUlb* daily [excepti 8.Cji,,
days]. witji Up.dad.Dowi Da and Pasenr
Day and 14ight Trains. con4et aAt g r
witi Georgia Railroad, 'Afacoh ittd- )(gultl
Railroad and .Cenir*b XailroAd. 21is ropte
via Atlanta is .the quipkest. and Most direct
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Through Train on cliarlottee Road'(whleh
leaves at 9 p. n,) for all points,.4Yort4-.
S. S. GOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. -PicKE.Ns,,.General Tieket Agent.
Greenville. & Columbia R R.!
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily, Sundays except
el, connecting with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 11.10 a M
Leave Alst on at. 1.10 p M
Leave Newberry at 2 23 p m
Leave Iodges at 5.55 p E m
Leave Belton at 7.05 p mn
Arrive at Greenville at 8.35, p mn
Leave Greenville at 7.20 a u4
Le'ave Belton at .l0 a m
Leave llodges at 10.47 a ma
Leave New berry at 1.42 p m
Le!ave Alsqtoni at 3.20 p mn
Arrive at Columbia at 5.00 p m
gdy'Connect at Aiston wvith Trains on the
Spiinbr and Unioin,Railroad ; connect at
Columbia wvithI Night Trq~ins on the South Car
olina flailr~oad uip and dlown ; also with Traica
going North and South on the Chxailotto, Co.
hiumbia antd Auoguasta and lie Wilmington, Com
Train leave Abbeville at 9.15 a i.', connect.
ing whih 1)own Train from Greenville. Lea' e
Cokes'bury at 2.15 p in., connecting with Ip
Train f'romi Columbia. Accommiodation Train,
Mondays, WVednesdays and Fridays. Leayo
Cokesbury at 11.15 a mi., or on the arriyal of
the DJowii Train fromn Greenville. tieaver Ate*
heville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with (p
T rain ftom~ Columblia.
ANDEllSON BRIANCII AND ELUE RIDGU
I,eave Watihalla at 6.50 a an
Leave Seneca- at - G. a mn
Leave P'erryville at . 6.80 a a.
Lcave P'opa.etc,n at 7.20 a w
Leave An derson at. 81
Arve at lleltdn at- 8.508 a
L eavelBell oniate.i - - 7.06 pm
Leava Anderson at L5.7,0 p m
Leave Pen<Alpton at. 8.46 p n*
Leave P'erryyilld . .: 9.20 p ~
Leave Beneca at IJ.8 p mn
A rr ive t: 4Walballa .10.P0 pi m
Accjr'mmodat jon jTrainq between 11p ton ahd
,Andersoriconi fueydr'y, TJiuradajs and Sat ura.
d,ys, . Leave nei on at 9 .0 a m.,e'on arri,
,al of D'ow6 Trainr froan Greenvlle& Leav&
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