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os$sretty, ehow it,
wB airmieneblow f, -
Theot te all the men.
Th* face so fi& and lovely,
May charm the gaerS eye,
But if your foot Is homely,
sell quwiAI ass I& by.
- -f vour fot is etty,ibow it,
tbezi you brip Slong the atrts
1 it wWi es.tch the eagw-"ye
'Of ever* toac you meet.
Deh't toe yor glosay rnglet,
Norpaoyegr lipa so sweet,
But genkL Yi4Xyo ioiMe,
And show your handsome feet.
U I*k.% t itAo
a h~bat your graces are.
ie fer, may deceive me,
AS ho.aged and madIled o'er,
n , let I eyegaarey Ihe f"ot
- - 4ao6se a'o mor.
If your foot is prefty, show it,
If ymouant to catelt the beaux,
No hagrbide that telR-tale charm,
. Beneash so many clothes.
A 1fq6t betray-. om
- rnadf..lle9s gr.ace,
Fll rounded linkbe it doth'dcuote,
-or ekger eyes to trace.
rf0a is pr-ey, show it,
- tes, show it whil you ca,
Twi b -.yeo,ter-Ioeleharms
I* win,dmafe young maw.
J ash Bi$ings on CUPKd
*e sipglar what a man
r'aad ewomn-4ilfer the god
* upa for'~ione ofiiis height..
Ua$egurod outgn paper about
4U ei pair of'wigs about as
.Jx.-bUttery's4 aed is
am-dew and" ar~rws,
awt migM poiby aner to kill
9oler r'Ju bwged
-jw*b' isbo'dian Mhth
t am: all th. .shot that
hb#ei been buiVt ei rau '
- -e b Ui qu~Gieriantmerable
-und of-w o tem dipped
- 6W0od mense, but most oftheri
--e:to tri'g ue'r be itJ
-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~4 -41 aM1neesi ant ihMY
e .Itr X esi't1i hiim at w ork
wbbhe,both t lel ad -fe
- had -~p e 4OBh
- - ys e bhare ame hap
-. - 1w~ usd p-io110 rin~g
w ~about- oe buedM aid
-a 4udsind a good -eaterj
a .ikh the month ?or farmer
Ba0m, idoling corn, receivod his
a t~i flVs i 1'~ueler, 3reoes
3~frreeove youziest dalig
te o L erii a who
coula bg on the,piaany~ and
and h.4i~ u ra* aoater.
a sit arlhwadaag
- - il Wetberby, a dvfgoodtetrk
di ggip:y xifting izn range.
* gegaglo ggted ae1o ea4n'
- astugle~ Cause-Diek Fentos aB
Ne'7 pasent Ieuther *bootas, and
'-4 tenece batcher, wounded
wig4 loop s Irt,jttbetter thfen
wa streek dead by a'fotse ealf in
- TWryede Petersi aged -6, and
for 30> yersa sjstent bachelor,
- lived4dlca hoer, i a great
ag0ng,. after~ eating warm apple
pies at Vidow&$ebbin's.
*- by a Sek h3lmralwith an orange
stripe in t.
LA Asarianow traveling in
E Igypt, lad the-curiosity to enter
a cave useed as a sepule)re for
muminies. "Imagine," he says,
"a vaulted chamber, 25.feet high,
cut iu the heart of a huge granite
roek. In this apartment) dmly
lighted by our t.wo-4iekering ta
pers, dfilled to the roof, was a
countless piled-up mass of uncof
fined mummies. There they lay,
in all shapes and postures. Time
had burst the twining ligaments
of some, and their bony arms and
fteshless fngers seemed straggling
out from the mass, as if to lay
hold of the disturbe.rsof their slum
bers. Somne *ere placed upright
against the walls, and in the
weird 'shadows of the candle's'
light, their features twitehed and
mov~ed, and their lo6g-sealed lips
se,:med opening to denounce us,
&rom .a sheath on his arm,; and
Lommenced cuttirg iid teari*ng
off the wrappings in search of val
uables ; and,awas.his naked limbs
ank among the^ dry -bones, and
his. swatthy' arms tossed about
the-bodies,--he looked like some
ideous .vampire at his nightly
meal. The air was very bad, and
I was about to beat a retreat,
when suddenly a thought Bashed
across my mind that almost froze
my blood with terror. I am not
a coward, but for a moment my
beart stood still. The cave was
illed with 1,000 mummies, drier
than the driest tinder, and soaked
in bitumen, each one wrapped in
many folds of mummy cloth, as
infiammable as gun cotton. A sin-1
gie spark from one of the candles
would have spread like wiidfire,1
ind no power-on earth could have.
aved us from a fearful death. We
would 4:ve been roasted -alive in
ve minutes. - I remarked this . to
Krry : he saw it instamtly, and
yelled to the guide to be eareful
Df the light, while I started for
the opeving. On went through
le narrow passage, tearing my
kuees and garments against the
sharp stones, shbuddeingly ex
pecting each moment to lay -my
bands- upon the slimy coils of a
3erpent in - the- dark, and every
now and then stieking fas and
eeling (in: imAgination) the
wcorching b reath of the fire fiend
n my back. At -last I reached
the hole and was drawn up, very
gad lobieathe te pure air and
reel-tewarm sun again.
A RUSsAN V1LLAGE-Far away
%mong the wildest of the wild
Ktppep,of Rusqia, and in-the heart
)" thecori co1ntries, is a desorate
illage. It-is one,of very many,
nd a fai__i y id-all Villages in
5othern Russia. It is 'built in a
straggling line, the maiy and only
street being Vwice as wide as Pie
ladilly at it ietpart. Itfmay
indperhaps a -long Eiiglish
nile, pe1hage two, frem one' end
a the -etbei Thea rai.son 'of its
.ngth is that everyhut has a yard
beogingto it about -as larte as
w three t'Mns as large. The yard
erves 'no- 1Yirpose in particular.
[4tia*mere waste'of groitnd dt
neomes.a huge dust heap in the
summer; anid a 'boa'or quagmire
luringtherestQof the year. : The
iuts :genieratlly situated all alone
it tfie extreme'ota corner facing
:he road, have ea peculiarly mis
grable appearance. They are built
f mud and fagots -coarsely whit
medandhave thaehed roofs, usuals
Ly with largelholes in them. Every
but is divided by .a elay stove into
wo dim boles, and'is floored with
dry mannre. Thi " ldrintehSis
lea the only sfuel us4d. Few of
these huts have 'any wvindows.
ime of them have no doors.
Evgything betakens-decay, mise
ristfeses indifferenceto any
f the comforts or decencies of
hman life. Thd vitlage looks pre
ssely whatit !s-a pla~ee inhabited
ihnos-e'tirely 'hy drunken men
md4 women, utterly ignorant, lit
tey brntalized and demoralized
y despotic Government. Their
slepleasure in this world is drink.
There is not a garden, or a fruit
tree,or a shrub in sight ; not a
ower,-nor singing bird,nor a-tiag,
horse or a pet calf about. No
pleasant apple-faced old women
spinning in a door way, no girl
siginig as she carries her milk and
eggs to market. Nothing which
makes the cbarm and beauty of an
aglish or German village. All is
black, dreary, forbidding.- Even
nature itself is sad in a Russ1an
village. - A few gaant thin pigs
walk about .hide-bound, grubbing
discotentedly for offal. Bands of
large shaggy fierce dogs rush out
from every yard on the passer-by
and must be stoned back to their
kennels before they will allow him
to go upon his way.-Diekens' "All
the Year RQt?d."
'Comoaz THE ILoasE.-It is an
old expression that .a good horse
cannot be of a bad color ; still we
find that the ready sale of' a horse
depends largely on his color.
Some hues are strongly objected
to, and prejudice is- carried so far
as to deny merit to an animal not
marked according to the standard
of the eritio. We have not much
faith in color, believing that good
qualities are n.t partial to any
particular hue. White'horses, it
is claimed, live to the-greatestage.
In 1803, a gentlemen farmer, resi,
ding near Ludlow, England, had a
team of four grays, whose united
gkays were all lively animals per
formingtheir work with dispatch.
Suci a ~ircumstance certainly is
unusual, and we may regard it in
the light of a concidence. As
coincidence does not prove propo.
sition, the history of the Ludlow
team has no special influence in
giving character to the theory
that gray is the most desirable
color in the thorse, because it is
associated with the greatest longe
vity. A gray horse may be hardy
and so may a brown, a black, chest
nut, or a bay.-[Turf, Field and
Cotton and the Tax on It.
Congress has passed a bill that
all the cotton grown in the United
States after the year 1867,shall be
exempt from internal tax,and that
cotot imported from foreign coun
tries, after November 1, ofthis year.
shalt be exempt front duty.
The President has signed the
above-mentioned bill, and of course
it is.now law.
We trust our readers who cul
tivate cotton, will not be deceived
by this.a-t' of the- most, deceitful
Congress that ever disgraced the
Cotton wil be taxed next Fall by
the sane Congress that.now pro
m1ses so - raue.' They have de
ceived us of the South in nine
cases, and they will not fail to
deceive us in the tenth.
Don't trust Congress,. reader,
dofit trust it. It has shown Punic
fhith in more cases than one, and
we advise you, you who are cul
tivatiag the soil, to let your whole
industry this year be guided by
the prospect of realizirfg the great
est amount of provisions from
Do not be deceived.-Fairfeld
PsERVI'NO Fowzs. - Who
does'not love Flowers-the favor
ite children of Nature?L A co
temporarfsays a good way to pre
serve dut flowers is,to put a pinch
of uitt'ate of loda into the water
every day when it is changed,
This, it says, will preserve flow
ers' for' a fort-night. Nitrate of
potash- in powd1er has nearly the
DIsiret Court of tihe U. States.
District of South Carolina.
fu the rnatter ofJAS.Y.-IMcF A[L; Bsakrupt.
.1District of South Carolida.
This is to give notice -that on the 1')th
day of Febru'try, 1868, a warrant of Bank
ruptey was issued out of the District ('ourt
of the Unite&~ States for the District of
SOth Carolina; against the.estate of Jats.-Y.
MFall of Newberry -Court House in the
District of-Newherry, in said District,- who
has been adju2dged a Bankrupt on his own
petition . That the payment of 'ny debts
and the delirery of any property belonging
tosueb Bankrt;t to himn, or -for his use,
andy the transfer of any property by him, are
forbidden by law.; and .that a meeting of
the Creditors of said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and to choose one er more As
signees of his estate,-wiIl be held at a Ceurt
es Bankruptcy, to be iwiden at Newberry
Court House at the office of, and before
Henry Summer, E.q., Register in Batnk
ruptcyf6r-said District, on the 26tlh day of~
Feruary, A. D., 1868, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
J. P.. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal So. Ca., Di.'triet,
by GE~oRGE LARSath
Fe.b. 12'7 St.- Deputy Messenger.
District Court of the U, States.
* FOR THlE '
District of South Carolina.
n the matter of MAR-HALL & BROTHER,
District of -footh Carolina.
This is to give notice that on the 10th
day oh February, 1868, a warrant of Bank
rutcy was issued out of the District (Court
of the United States for the -District of
South Carolina, againist the- estate of Mar
shall & Brother, of' Newberryv Court House
in the District of New berry, in said District,
who have been adjudged Baunkruzpts on their
own yetition: That the payment of any
debts andthe delivery of any property be
loning to-sub Bankrupts; to them., or for
their use, and the transfer of any.property by
them,, are forbidden by law ; and that a
meetiug of the Creditors of said Bankrupts,
to p:-ove their.debts, and to choose one bt
more Assignees of their estate, will be held at
a Court of Bankruptcy, to *e holden at
Newberry Court liouse at the office of', and
before H:enty Summer, Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy for said District, on the 26t:
day of February, A. D., -1868, at 12 o'clock,
M. J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal So. Ca., District,
by GEORGE LARSEN,
Feb. 12 7 st. Deputy Mes enger
District Court of the U. States,
For the Dastrict of South Carolina. In
Bankruptcy. In the matters of JOHN
W. RHODES, Bankrupt. District of
This is to give notice that on the 15th
day of February, 1868, a warrant of Bank
ruptcy was issued out of the district Court
of the United States for the District of
South Carolina, against the estate of John
w. Rhodes, of Newberry Court House in
the District of Newberry, in said District,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition. Tnat the payment 'of any
debts and the delivery of any property by
hinire forbidden by law; and that a meet
ig of the Creditors of said Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose one or maore
Assignees of his estate,. will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden.at New
berry Court House at' the bflse of, and be
fore Henry Summer, Esq., Register in Ban.s.
ruptcy for said District, on the 29th day of
Februar, A. D., 1868, at lI o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M EPPIN%S,
U. S Marshal So. Ca , Distriet,
by GEoRGE LARsEN,
M eintir e's
.The above cut represents Mc ntire's
t lhas been thoroughly tested in different sect
In fact its popularity has become so great as
Tie combines ease anid simplicity of adjustmer
ers, Pressmner and dealers generally, to the E<
Buckle does not require any PINs to be slippe
ig or looping the Bind.. Tbe manner in whb
being riveted to the Bahd; and no part can b
proper place, is all that is necessary-the.fast
Bands. The' Buckle is strong, compact and
sinks even with the cotton and obviates the
balesget caught in bandling or transportatloi
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SIL AS JOH NSTONE & WE. F. N&NCE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER and
RESPECTFULLY announces to the gen
tlemen or Newiberry, that he has removed to
the room in the rear of the Newberry Hotel,
where he wilf be happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profession. His ohject
is to please the most fastidious .taste, and
the keeping of his shop shall be after the
most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimmin rg, Shampooing, and
Hairdying executed in the most approved
manner. Jan. 2l-4-tf.
Attend to Your Children's Teetk
We are so often called on to extract the
irst Molars or J..w Teeth for children, and
to regulate or strengthen the front teeth,
which become crooked from neglect, that
we think it- advisable to call the attention of
parents to the subject; so that the back teeth
may be filled, and the fiont teeth noticed
whilst children are cutting their second set,
so as to prevent their coming irregular.
Children shted, or lose but ten teeth from the
upper jaw, and ten from the lower jaw, and,
the Molars, or jaw teeth, which they cut
Dacx of these, belong to their adult or grown
set Many persons say they were not aware
of this fact. Now notice and act according.
ly. Charges very moderate. Terms cash.
R S. W HA LEY. Surgeon Dentist.
Newberry, Jan. 15;1868.
Cokesbury Dist., S. C. Conference-lit Quarter.
Cokesbury station. Jan 4,.5; Newberry
station, Jan 11, 12; Edgefield ct., Jan 25.24;
Cokesbury et. 1, 2, Butler, Feb 8, 9 ; Ma.
leton. Feb 15, 18; Clinton and Laurens,
eb 22, 23; New rr ci. February 29,
March 1; A bbevi , March 7, 8; Reedy
River March 14, 15.
The District Stewards will meet at Cokes
bury on Tuesday the 4th of Feb. A full at
tendance of the Board is earnestly req nested.
nr1[ FrLEMurG I.E
[mproved Cotton Tie, which we have no hesit:
ST TIE IN USI
ions of the South, and its superlpr merits freelyac
to warrant us in the assertion that it is destined t'.
it with undoubted strength and durability. We p
llowig points : The perfect constructin of the
d in, pulled out or to FA.L, OUTr; and is used witho'
ch it works is easily nnderstood from the cut. Es
e lost. The simple pro::ess of running the Band
eing being perfected the moment the pressure of
;mall, presenting an even: surface, has no rough ed
reat objection- to other Ties, which are wrenche<
i, and especially when bales are piled on each othi
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on, Agents for State of South Carolii
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Wearc now receiving a large S
Special attention stiven to the'setection of all kind:
also for Planters' Crade.
Our Stocks are constantly replenished by eve
and Patterns of the.Season.~
We keep always on band Full Lines of DYomes
Advance on Agents' prices, for CASH or CITr AC(
We also offer at Retail, the Largest Stock to Sel
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Befeus to Cy.Adzertis'ements for prices.
All orders.will be promptly attended to.
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WI!. ZOBE L. I slati
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knowledged by all who have tried It,.
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articubarly invite the attention of Plan-.
Hinge and the rounded.,edges: of.the
it the troublesome operation- of bend
ch Tie is complete is itsel-theBeckIe
into the Buckle and lettingit g'o at the
Ethe cotton is brought to bear on the
ges or protruding pointa, consequently
I apart when the buckles of differens
Newberry C3. I., &00
ia. Dec. 1150 2rno.
['AND; 287 King-St.
TOCK of FALL G OODS,
a of Goods, suited for Country Stores-,
rySteamer, wlith all -the,Newest-Styles
rie Goods, which we wl4Esl at a 8miall
et from in theCty
charge) to any part of the State
Webb Ar CO.'
1287 EflTG ST.
~enville & Odumbia R. R.
Sand after FRIDAY,- the 6th Instant,
nger Trains will -mu daily, Sundays
ted, as ifollows.:e
Columbia at......... '7....00 a. m.
eoat.Abbovllle at.........3 30 p .
at Anderson at. .....21
at Grel at.........60
atGn a.........6O a.
Anderpe11- at.. .r...-..645
Newberry at~ .....-..1 ..
eat AI"stn . ...........309
at Coluimbiat*;......'.50 (%*
mis on the Blne RiJdge Bailroad will
rn.daily, .Sundays excepted, connect
rith 1be e up au4 down- taIns on he
ville awd Columbia .Ralroa1, as. fot
eAnderson at.,...... .....520 I. um.
Pendleton at........... 620"
e at WVaIhalla at.........8.00
e Walhalla at.............4 00 a. mn.
Peaidleon at.,...........540 "
at Anderon at....... 6d
e train will return from Belton te A
nu on Monday and Friday mornings,
JAMES 0. MEBEDTH,
~. General Superintendent.
outh Carolina Railroad.
R AL suPRINKTFJDNSOFFICE,1
CHaRL.YrToZ, S. C.. January 18, 1868. J
and after Sunday.Janusa 19~. the Passenj
1ains on the Southl Carolin Bailroad JIl
a follows, visz:
eCharleston for ColumbIa.......4.30 A N
rat King ville .................114 A M.
e Kingv1Il...................149A M
e at Coluntbia. ............-........P M
e Columbia...........-...........19.00 A N
re at KnjIlle.........,....15A
. igvl.........................126-P M
e at. Charleston.......................7.06 P U
Psmnger Train on the -Caumden Branch
onnectwth Up and Dowa.CohninblaTrains
Wilmington and . ManChester .Bailroad
a on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
GT EXPRESS. FREIGHT AND PA?S
E~R ACCOMMODATIO.'KTEAI. will run
aCharleston for Columbia.......5 o P N
e at Columbia............... 6.65 A K
a Columbia.......................J P N
'e at Charleston ......-....;.40A M
H . T.fl A R:Ge'Supt.
Change of Schedule.
Office Laurens R. R.,
aurens C. H., S. C., Jan. 29,1868.f
and after this date, the Trainis wilt run
this Road as follqws, until further no
ave Laurens at 6 o'c'ock, A. N., on
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
'turning, leave Newherry immediately
the arrival of thie Up Trains -on the
C. 11. R., on TUESDAYS, -TflUES.
S and SATURDAYS.
.B. S. JAES!|,.
b, 8 tf. . Lessee.
PLICATION FOR CHARTER.
tie is hereby given that application
) made at the ensuing seson of LeAp
ire for a aharer foraFrryatSauda
ro-n Aug 2t
Fk's Metall uial .W4
THE SUBSCRIBER has.ontantly S
hand a full assortment of the above apslam-d
cases, of different pat beid.s; es"
of his own make, all of whch he ispi
to furnish at very reasonable rM, I
promptness and despatch. .
Persons desirous of.having cases esVa
railroad will have them sent free of ohbgir
A Hearse is-always on band aad vl -be
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the ab.
scriber respectfully asks for a continumft
of the same, and assures the public AhW.
no effort on his part will besparedwrdO*
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. CHAPMI".
Newberry S. C., July s1.
It 18s an?AM G UNn MUR al
of Neiraga Faciuls, often actngs
*at =ife in -Iess thn twenty-fbur
from the use of no more thaTwo
No other form of NeurAiga er
Disese.bas Mailed to yield to this WM
MUL REMEDIAL AGEIT.
Even in the severet cases of QnsIW
N4uralgla and geneal nervous
ments --of many years standIng,
the entire system, Its ue for a few
a fewxweeks at the utmost, always
the most astonishing relief. and Wnr
fails to,produaa complete-and .
It contains o drop or other materis
the slightest degree 'Ijur1iS, eves to do
most delicate system, md can-sAiWAtp
used vith PrzcrT SAPtTY.
ft has long ce ilr cpastaint S"
of 'our .osT .
give It their unani ad u
aniby lna on receipt of pasei e
one A.A. =
vepcaaA.O ... ,
It Is ok LwholealenAO Aeel
States, and 1x.
120 remont Street, &.ts AMa
Forr sale by,
Ott. 9 41Otuo.
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For Ct.ofd Lbr
NAan F. Jouxsow
Aiistion wil -be mad.etta
me.etiu.g of ihe Legiiatete oftmh#
an Act Incorporating a Freedman's i1'W
in the Town-of Nea berry.
- JAM.ES LONSHORZ. esa
HAILREY CLARK and I. -
Sept 11hh, I867 -7-3 as
S'TATE OF SOUITH OAROEJNh
Robert 1Maf~ttv. Was..W6rlsa*Ih
eob.Wheee, a M p
njo sell Ii&1 ybe~
The crediioa-eIn the estaee of y -* r
Wheeler.dceased, am ueqidred tfV m
on or before thtefiftenea E~pII
Comn's OdfS; 7SHMS 0~8O
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STATE-9F SOUTH CARGIJIA.
Newberry District-In Egqitsy.
George Larsen, Admr., e. WaktebE
apd4 othefs. - --
Bill for sale oi Real I!stae, keIIet,b
On motion of Wesss...Jone. & Jon%
Co;up. Sol'rs. Ordered that Walter N. MuSt,
Ann Oregon Mayes and her -babad, des
febdants to the-bill in the abovestteit
do plead, answer or demur withih
days from the publication of this rue,
the same will be taken procofsogum
them. ~SILAS JOHNSTONE
Jan 28 C. E.N. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Newberry Distrit-In Equity.
Louisa C. ,Cromer v David A. Dhkbet
Bill for Partition.
The creditqrs of the estate of Jamnes L.
Cromer, deceaspd, are required to renider
on.os'h-and establish their respective der
mands, before ih. Cgmmissioner, on er~be.
fore the first day of March 1 8C.8.
fCo's Oflice, SIRIAS JOHNSTONE,
nla O. jl -> E.K.