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THE H i-ALD
EVERY WEDNESDAY 701;NING,
At Newberry, S. C.
BY THO. F. GRKNII'l
F..Utor -nd Propr icor.
gy , er Ioei C *t. 1;i;0 no
for w i .%; it is ks u C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Men, Youths andi oys.
L.ARGEST AND T hE CHE APEST
I1N THE STATE.
Il, & W, C, SWVAFFED
New Goods constant
ly added, bought for
Cash, and will he sold
at a~ Reduction of 20
per cent. on Regular
Prices, but for OASHl
ON DELIV ERY.
The undersignied continues thec
IJUSTO3M MHi NT,
Making to order the
Finest Customi Clothing
In the Stute.
FINE DRESS SHIRTS.
FINE COTTON and WOOLEN UNDR
All kin ds of M ILIT ARY and T AILORS
T RIMMINGS constant!y on hiaud.
W. C. SWAFF!ELD.
Oct. 23, 43-10t.
WIll@IT & i.W. 00PP001I
ctful!v call attention to their pe
ND MOST COMPLETE
to the Public
O DRESS SUITS
,LOWER THAN EVETR
kindis of GENTLEME1iN'S a1
IS' FURNIS,HING GOODS.~
o. 4, Mollohon Roy
CALL AND BE CONV INCED.
R. H. WRICHT.
. w. COPPOCK.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFE THE?2U NEW 7MLL STE' WHOE
AL AND RETAIL
TIhain are p:d h). ci: t;;'. tr 1!1fCrioE old
ah:i re s Fi:,rit :i rlO.d
Natios. Hoiry Rib
'L c s. ilis, Lit
' and GeO -
U u dcerw ear,
Lineuns, Tazble ad
Piano Covers, Towels.
Tl as. 1pi and
D:,e d Sdnhl
of othe1r aood.s tcci uu:nerous to meu
tion are ow pl cd before ouro
custome~rs of~ thle State of
South Cari., and we
Lkarantce to the
~ ui7 -:d the
peopie of this State to
pecially. that trugh our
And long establishe.d reputation with buyers
and selCers w.ere
Of dollars hiave been exchanged through
tour house, that we wvill give ietter satistac
tion as regards
Quality and Prices
iln goods purchased from us than any ther
W SAMP'LES SENT ON APFLICATION.
N. B.-Charges prepai on all goods over
and above 510, cnt C 0. D. or for Post Of
tiee Order. o Please nane :hs paper in
Furchgott, Benedict & Co.,
275 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C,
Oct. 30, 1878. 44-ly.
Where can I get the
best and the most
for the least
* money, in
FAN4CY AND STAPLE
I ~ AND TIlE
OF THE SEASON I
And espcially s'o to my friends and pa
9 trons in Newberry, Laurens, Edgericid and
The ORIGINAL LEADER OF LO0W P'RICES
9 in the CITY OF CO.LUMU1A, aLne.wers the
allabsorbing (uestion, andI states wVith:
plasr thatt he ha.S no0w in store A IIAND>
5031E. LARGE and E:LEG3ANT VTom in al
theO var1ious linecs of the bulsineSs. bouid~i
frol- liret ho0uses, and1 selected with partlcu
lr rgardi to aH theC diverSiliedl wants 01 th(
d ' iCan v"c
WdLL BE SOLD!
IF YOL Wi.T Li PIUGES F O
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4 A WI.: -lte, e s itew Ilov. 10s0 D
.5 The I J1ii e es Verne's latcst.l 0c
6 L:tia: fP,ampeii, by Buid:er. 10t, y
7 Adan, , h.v G.orge E;iw. 200 c
8 Tei Acl 'dotti. Marv Cecii Hay. 10c 1
9 0;d Mvddelton'. Moue. M C Hay. 1K D.
1 '0 T'e \Ivoian ia Wv*hite. W. Colius. 20.
11 lThe;:. o th F Es Geo;:: E iot 0 1
12 Th! v Am.i1c:m n r ' Trolpe. 20ec
13 lrines ofTu,hY Wain.ek 20c 1
11Ti.e' Dmi' .s Ie ., he Wikie Co!jns 10)( 1
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58 Nor..'. Lov Tii l , aig ! at :. 100c
39 ih-, .o - .y Fe. uiAdmir 20c2
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3 Th:er Plic d: e lot. 'dr . H Wood. 0C
53 yhe iVolareb of.I n Lnk . Bac. e
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A171erca, y Jer n 2.
8 Tiw Marner bY Geirg E!o. 10c
59 Th-e Ln.,fb o aiik Erdon O
5ChndIroas, by "Oui " 20c -
57 A Yo-.-a,,e Round c ord-us
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59 Fh-osl-ar, b "Oia." 20c3
?3 Dene Honow iby' Taroulery Wood.:20c
04 A Voya-e Rtound the World-oned
lan , by Jules Verne.loc
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96 Rory O'Mor, by 10ce Lover. lOc
67 CasieFricWiz,and Her Arkelt of
6 s. ,by Wolod oc. Oc
6,1AyazF'i; eERthm t the OdNe" 2n
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6.5 Ah Sltemn'sw ife.KIS C11. Wood~. 10c1
101 Atr O"lMoLie, by Smuel Lver. 20C2
102 Five Weeks in a Brloon-.J. Verne. 10c -
6& 'o h B r't nt Miss Braddon, 20c
7 04 idd!eIarc;i by Gerge Ba*io. c
71 Aliade by "Ou:(da." 10c
72 Ar hidiana; or, The Avernture; o f
Throe EnLrlishimen ar.d Three Rus
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106 Tey Mi-neio .rre s Mrs yWood. 20c
73 upert'i, by Mrs . 1ienr Faoo. lOe
75TeFrCr,by Jules Verne. 10c
782 Crihan, by Charles Rade. 10c
793 Madap Vrine, by Wi~LliajBlc. 20c
11 hrretan' Msak. Miss Mualok. 10c
115 Withiothe ade,.b Ms Mul ood. 10c
116 Verne, byde by r. H.liWod. 20c
17uTes Ferne. 100tr EicCLis
8S Purt YoelftIn is~ Plae. )C.iReade. 20c
87 . Jouet th eteo hathe
188 Lf fwo'Marrie, by Miss Muock. 0c
892 The Lorvaelsflrde. CaM E.Brao. 20c
12.oudrsh, bye~ Juye Vaelve. 10e
14 qie Womvn's eird. Mul. ook. 10c
25 Mry abrton'ys. oubles. Wod.20
193 Myseri;or,M FsaThe' Aibyned
h) JulaskVerne. 10c
112 The Lad Luadlohe Ldy Wr. Colkins. 10c
1:6 Loesi V'ictory, by B. L. keln. 10c
172M vTleriu alnd-Th e (Secoet of,)
13 icl St i, by Jules ne. e.10c
132 acry 1ornqur, by Charles Lever. 20c
133un ti ahe oo,mry Le be.10
100 My Brter's TWoife. Cha. Diekeds.10e
1 1 A NoblLife, by Miss') Misalock. . 10c
13 A Braet iLadyCo, by iss MuLecr.20c
138 Whp'ay, by JC>s n Biar,I. 10c Py. O
13 odnSat yB. L. Farjeoon. 10c
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108Th MSva-i . Cpti Mir'yat. 100a
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11 Bo.ie Gtvrin, byB2.Fren 0
11 Dhare Mkham. Mh is raoon.10
11 Wihi thue Sto:zen. Mrs. A. Wod. 20e
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118 Art Exp O'ea.dony CherI. DLcensr. 20c
119 P~ ote, FlHoornc MrryAEdads.10e
150.lt Foutilt. 10ene-rsO A )uis4)
125 The PriuateerOwn.b Capt. Marryat. 14C
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14 Squie 1TrevyOilynsli. CMr. Mitoodl.. 20C
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126 l Erenl Wor,l My Loat.her's. inoby R.l
127 M Lily Ldlow,ia Capyi Mr askelat. 10
1 18 Cousi ~'hg i's, bytMry. Iiaskell. 10
12T Wan Mdein M ewFisti, Half,~1) byve
EnTne Suve. 20c
Iby Egeni ue ce ad.lOc
130 SermonsOut o Ncklure. AlexckmS.10e
13 J4'a H-intonf, by Charles Lever. 20c
St. Patrick's Eve. by Civrlcs Leve:'. ire
u Newton Forster, by Ca1t. Marryat. lte
A Hostages toFortume. Misa lIraaln.m.
2 Chevalier de .Maisol l:0.2(. l tom-..
'3 Japhet in Search of a Fathler. by Ci)
4 Kate Duno.;-he, by Charles Lever. :0e
5 he Pacha of Many Tales. Marryat. 1ie
Percival Kee v by Capt. Marry:-t. 1 .1
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5 The Litle Savage. capt..\Marry:.1. 1fc
"Good-Bye, SwevtIeart,'" by l'd:it
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8 Nanon. by Alexat'ier Dumas. lIe
1 The Swis Fmily I'obineon. Ie
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2 .i;n's Love S'ory. Gen. EiOt. Le
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IJ Y A i.
Only a hoy, with his noise and fun,
The verie:: mYstery undler the sun:
As Lrimful (;f miscilif, and wiE and glee,
% a Wimain frame caw be,
Aid as hard to man:.ge as-what? ah me,
'lis hard to teli,
Yet we luve him well.
Only a boy, with h:6 fearless tread,
W ho cannot be dri-en, must be Ld;
Vio troubles the nvii bors' dogs and cats
And tears more c'othes, and spoils more han:
Los :tes, and tops and bats,
Than would stock a store
For a year or more.
Only a boy, with his wild strange ways,
With his idle hours or his busy days;
WiJi his qtuee remarks and his quaint 1
O-'Ten bril!iaut for oie of his size,
As . me:eor bui led
Frm ihe plan:t world.
Oly a boy, who shial1 be a man,
Ir na:ure goes on with her first great plan;
if intemperarece, or solne fatal -nare,
Consperes not to rob as of our heir,
Jur blessing, our trouble, our rest and ou
Our to1mCIm , our joy,
"Oui!y a Byt'
THE dIlTE0) OF "T MAN
-Wel, Bride , w hat do yo
think of the bride ?"
"O)h, he' a pret tv youn
thing ; but if she had known t
much as you and I do of her hul
band's mother. she never woul
bave come to live with her. She
a perfeet hyena ; and if she doesn
bri n the tears in!o thcae bIl
eyes be-o*1 the honeVmoon
0VeT. my namarne it-n't Bridge!
WV b she's the imost ;mnpudent pe
son I ever knew ! She oVr IhauI
all her wardrobe vesterdtv, b
fore she could get here ;an, as
pasied through the hitill, I heat
her niuLtering to herself, 'Sil
stockings humpb, !-1u1fed unde
clotheLs I Won(,ider if she thin]
I'll have them ir'oned here ? Er
broidered nighteaps! silk dIresses
Destrutction and ruin !'"
"I'll tell you wvhat, .bridge
ther'e never was a house built b
enough for two famnilies to live it
and(. you'll find out that this wvor
be, I reck on."
* *~ *c
"What ! tears, JEmma-tear's
stid the young husband as he r
turned from the c:ounting hou
one afternoon, about a month aft
mnarriage ; atid, with a look
anxiety, he drw her to his brea:
"TFell me, you do riot so soon
-pen t your choice ?"
The little rosy mouth wiM be
up~ teipt;ingly P"r a kiss ; and
the coni ding~ counltece]!C of 1
younig wife he read the answ
his heart was seekingr.
W \ hat then, is your p6t cana
ill ? Ca'n't you dress your hair
tsuit you '? Or are you in desp:
bcueyou eigO,'t dIeide in w hi
ofalyour dresses you l
"Don't ho ridiculous, [Iarry
replied IEmma, lagin nde
ing together, '1. feel nerv~o
that's all. i'm so glad you
come home !"
Hiarryv felt sure that was not a
but he forbore to question~ her,
he was sur'e sthe would h t ell him
in good time.
SThe truth was, IIarr'"s motl
had been lecturingrher daught
degcnet'acy of the Limels ; hoi
GheC would niot think of ptttig
~all the fine things~ her friends l
1been so foolbsh as to provide
,her; times wer e.ot doW as ti:
-used to be ; that, if IIarry gi
her pocket-money,~ she had bet
1-lgve it to her to keep), and not
spndn it for nopnsense ; th:
yoiat wif'&% pitnee was in her h
amis house ;and shte ho]
- sh wvould leave off1 t hat ha
}n ih trick of runn ii ng ho
)t every day to see her mother:
"Emmei, had 'listened in sil
0r She was a war'm-hearted, at
is. tionaite g'irl, but shei was v
i, hig spiited.
_ Thle color came and went 1
idly in her cheeks, hut she for
bakthe tear's which were start
at'k m ~ . she had too in
)1'(c to le, -I r m oI ernit--a w see
After old 31rs. Iail retired, _hi
sat ior a moment or two recailing
* Bbiah, to l 1ve my own dear
hom1e," she Inused, "where I. was
as mrry as a cricket from morn
ig ti night! Whre we all sarg.
and pincd, and read, in mother's
(.zr room, and fithier and mother
the happiest %)f us all !' Then
she ros aId paccd t e 1m.
Baby,hI ! I w L be dictated
to !" repeted the young w ife, i'i
marrico.ied, if I am oly nin ,eteen,
anid imy (Jwn mistress!' And the
reeilI!us tonCs would come in
spite if her determination.
But theu the thought of Harry
---dear liary-whoml she had al
itady l'arned to love so well.
icr nirst im11pulse was to te!I
him I. But h had too iiuch good
r Ant So she smiled and chatted
witi n h,oped he had
i :;t iown to the account of
S-ill the hours pa.scd slowly
when he uns absent on lisines:
aod he felt uneasy every tin.e
he eard a step on the stair- lest
the old lady should subject, her to
some ]Jew trial.
;-I wonder what has come over
u our Em ma ?" said one of' her 6iQ
ters; shp has grown so grave and
G Inatrolily. I hall hated ilarry
when he carried her off; and I
- quite hate him now, for she's so
d sedate and moping, I dcs4-o to
i keep my neck out of the matri
t monial noose !"
Shurtly after this Emma's . o
is tier sent her some little deicacy,
manuf"actured by. herself, of whieb
r- she knew her (laughter to be par
d ticulaiiy fiid.
- MIs. Eln;l Uboug it i into her
I room, and -et it down on the table
as if she were testiig the strength
k of the dish.
"I wonder if yourt mother iS
~s afraid you'il not havLSe enboughi to
1i. eat here ?" "sbe said. "One would
!think you w er'e a child at a board
t., Emmna controllcd herself by a
ig str'ong effort, anid made no reply.
; imply taigthe gift from her
't hands, with a niod of ackniowledg
E~very day [.rought her some
rsuch Detty annoyance; and he'r
faitheri'-in-law", who was 01(d and
childish, being quite as trouble
some as his wife in these respects.
it' required all Emma's love for
*Harry to carry her through.
*- She still adhered to her deter
min'ation, hac~ever', to conceal her
Id trouble fromt her husband; and
~though he noticed she was less
vivaciotus, pierho~ps le thought the
er mnantle of matronly dignity so be
coming to his young wife that he
felt no dlispositionl to find fault
-In the meantime, old Mr's. Hall
Sbeing confined to her' room with
oinfluenza, the reins of'goverinment
were very un willingly' resigned
Sinto Emma's bands. What end
less charges she received about
sthe dusting, and sweeping, anc
coig, ending always with th(
s ~olloquy, as the door closed upo
11. Emma's retreating form ; "I am
ooeto tell her anything abou
all i.Sesas ignorant as a Hlotten
tot ;it will all go in one ear and ou
er of the other."
..And the old lady groaned ii
spir'it as the vision of the nose o
ed thle tea-kettle pointing the wrong
C)way, 0or the saucepan bung on th
Swrong nail flitted thr-ough he
ey Emmua exerted herself to the ut
Smost to please her, but the grue
ter was always "n~ot quite right," th
be pillows niot ar-ranged easily b
t1hind her' back, or she expected t<
u-finid "Bed lamn let loose'' wheni sh
got down stairs, ard var-ious othe
.. enrcout-aging pr'ogn osi t ies of th
-dI '.2umia," said Hiarry, otie da)
"how should you like lhving fiv
e.miles out of' the city ? I have see
a place that just suits my fane)
.e. and I think of hir-ing it on trial.
c.y Emma hesitated. She wishe
ap- "D)oes your moti.er go with us?
ed but she only said, "1 could not tel
ing dear Harry, how I should like tl
uch ac. ill T saw it : but I fear
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wkuld take you tO) Iiuch from
me It w.'eald $e 1teo' l)o havle
livye miles~ ditace between~ us the
W1hl day. Oh, I'm versy s,ure I
shmildn't like it, Harr !' and tlhe
thought Of h'r m-nother-in law
clouded ..r 11v fue1, and j
npile of %. .-ztra(te*r*drpped on
"Weil 6:aEnma nowI'm
verysurey>u iiilike it," and
h1is hu-I I; k eyes a a Uo sfl
i(id ot ie ue'stand, even
readig Ihen; tohd st; i'm going
to f 'c t dhere thi; very after
m:n;na-d e,"aije, yal
kissilig her icr;head.
Thjitier thev accordinrly wert.
"Oh, wihat a bttle paradis'ie. fiar
ry ! Lo;k a. that e1 c'ster of roses
Wiat spleniid old trees! See
how the wind sweeps the droop.
ing bich ,.es aeross the tall grass
And ii;it Nitlhe tow window lat
tievi over with sweet briar ; and
that pretty terrated flower gar
den-oh, Iarry !"
"Well, let us go inside, Emma."
And, applyi-ng a key he held
in his hiand, the door yielded to
his touch ; and t h.ey stood side by
sideCII in a utic parlor, furnished
simply, but yet so tastefully.
Tables, stands and mantles, coy
ed~ with vaCs, sending ' fo..rth
fragrance from the sweetest of
wild flowers; the iong w'hitem -
lin curtainis lood aiway from a
window, whenlA. could be seen
wooded hill, and fertile valley and
Then they ascended into the
chambers, which were as unex
eeptionablec in their appointments.
Emama looked about ini bewil
"Bu1t who lives bere now, Hiar
"No bod v."
"Nobody ? What a tease you
are! To whom does all this fur
niiture belong-and who arranged
everything with such exquisite
taste? I have been expectung
every minute to see the mistress
of the manLfsionl step out."
"Well, there she is," said Har
ry, leading her gaily to the look
ing-glass. "I only hope you ad
mire her half as much as I do.
Do you think I've not seen my
high-spirited little wife struggling
With trial day by day, suffering,
en(lduig, gainin g t he victory over
her own spirit, silently and un
complainingly ? D)o you think I
could see all this, and not think
she was the dearest little woman
in the world ?"-and tears and
smiles struggled for mastery, as
he pressed his lips to her fore
head. "And now you will have
nobody to p)lease here but me,
Emma. Do you think that task
will bo difficult ?"
The answver was highly satis
factory to the husband, as the
reader may rest assured.
To know a thing is right, and
not to'do it, is a weakness. WVhen
you know a thing, maintain that
you know it ; when you do not
know it, admit the fact; this is
wisdom. Fear niot poverty, but
fear missmng of the truth.
As when we are in prosperity
we are ready to thmnk our mount ain
will never be brought low, so
when we are in adversity we are
ready to think our valley will
never' be filled UP.
Length of' days is wisdom's
r might hand blessing, typical of
1eternal life ; but it is in her left
a hand that are r'iches and honor.
God's laws wers never designed
eto be like cobwebs, which caitch
,.the little files, but suffer the large