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somE gzAS" ABLE DISHES.
White beans may be considered
one of' the substantial dishes for
some months to come. When
properly cooked, they are whole
some to a stomach of normal
strength, if the taker be accustom
ed to active exercise. They are
not so good for the sedentary, but
the greatest difficulty in digesting
them results from the fat usually
cooked into them. They may not
relish quite so well without thit
at first, but proper cooking will
help greatly, for-they are much
richer if cooked in but one water,
and that not drained off. The
very water that is called strong,
and thrown away when the beans
are half done, would, if cooked
make a toothsome soup. Let it
remain, having the beans nearly
full of the liquid, and salt just be
tore serving. They should cook
gently but thoroughly being kept
covered,-so as not to waste the
flavor. The time required depends
much on the age and variety of
the beans. Some will cook in an
hour and a half, while others will
require three hours. They are
best very tender, beginning to fall
to pieces, but not so soft as to be
come thick and pasty with. the
necessary handling. Some prefer
them thick; but in that case they
seem to require some trimming
while if more moist, they become a
trimming to other dishes, especial
ly to the potatoes eaten with them.
Indeed, it makes a very palatable
dish to cook the potatoes with the
beans, being careful to serve them
as soon as the potatoes are done.
A more stylish dish in appearance,
but no mor.e palatablb, is made by
placing the beans, when nearly
done in a nappy (in which they
can be served), covering the sur
face neatly with potatoes pared
and halved, ;nd baking until the
latter are done. Some like a
squeeze or two of lemon over them
on the plate, and to most tastes
they serve well with rather acid
fruits, like cranberries and sour
baked apples, or with cold or
warm slaw, while sweet potatoes
and rye-and-Indian bread form an
Bean sodp is a dish that many
people, and especially children,
would relish if properly made. It
requires about half a pint of cook
ed beans for a quart of soup. Mash
and boi.Luntil well diffused in the
water, and then run through a
colandler to take out the skins.
Thicken with about one gi of
wheat meal, and add a sprig of
thyme if desired. Boil five miin
utes, and salt to taste. The
wheat meal makes it much richer
than a thickening of fine flour.
Onions can be used in many
ways, though they do not range
high in n utritious qualities; The
odoriferous are altogethe'r too high
until well cooked. Like cabbage,
they are almost indispensable to
meat and vegetable soups. They are
good also for ste ws. A delicious lit
tle stew, into which I was led by the
favor shown to "Mallium," can be
made of about equal parts onion,
potato, and apple. Peel and quar
ter three onions, and put them to
stew in double their measure of
water for forty-five minutes, (for
red or yellow onions one hour.)
Then cut up and add three me
dium-sized potatoes, and three ap
ples, pared, quarteied, and cored.
Then, upon one gill of wheat meal,
pour boiling water enough to scald
4it, stirring it lightly ; and when
the stew boils up, after putting in
the potatoes and apples, add this
dough, in bits as big as an almond,
and not compact. Cover close and
stew gently until the potatoes are
done. Then dish the stew ; and if
the liquid is too thin, add a little
wheat meal; salt, and pour over
the stew, and serve warm. Ruta
bagas and parsnips can be used in
stead of the apples, but they re
quire more time to cook and are
not so delicate. If meat is want
ed in these stews, use the lean-of
mutton ,not lamb nor veal. Perhaps
a word of caution is necessary at
this time of the year about young
meat. It contains very little nu
trition (probably because not ful
ly formed, and that little does not
seem to be wvell adapted to our
wants. in many cases, the effects
of eating it have seemed little
short of poisonous. It is the best
economy to kill the calves at once
if there are any to be disposed of,
or keep them until they are at
least a year old.-Scienzceof Realth.
REMEDY FoR STRIPED BUG.
Having oQcasion to use Paris Green
and calcined plaster, in the propor
tion of one of the former to fifteen
of the latter, as a destroyer of
the potato bug, I tried the stuff on
squash, melon and cucumber vines;
with me the mixture dusted on
from a common dredging box, has
proved equally effectual against
the Colorado Potato Beetle and
the striped bug. On squashes of
the tenderest variety of foliage,
like the Hubbard for instance, and
on the hardier, like Cymlin and
the Winter Crookueck, this mix
ture, whether put on while the
plant is wet or dry, does not in
jure them ; and so of musk-melons
and cucumbers. The water-melon,
however does not like to be so
treated, but I would recommend ~
that the mixture be used with
QUIYcE PIE-Pare slice, and i
stew quinces till soft. Press them
through a seive-add to them one
pint milk and four well beaten
eggs. Sweeten to taste, and bake
OHNSTONE & HARRINGTON,
Attorneys at Law,
(Office on Law Range,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
George zohnstone. Y. T. Harrington.
Apr. 2, '73-13-1y.
THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBEREY C. H., S. C.
(GrPdu.Ates of the Pennsylvania College of
Mar. 19, '73-11-tf.
To Women, Both 31arried and
Apply for relief before you become a con
I have been for years past attending strict
ly to the treatment of diseases of women,
both married and single, and as the number
of eases continues to increase almost daily I
will pay special attention to those who may
apply to me for help, and may, if I should
get a sufficient number of cases, make it a
There are many women who are taking
medicines recommended for such diseases,
which are worse than useless, they palliate
and sometimes seem to give relief, but in
fact they postpone the evil until the disease
assumes the chronic form, and then they ap
ply to the Physician for relief, which can be
given, but not so soon as when taken in the
first or early stage.
I use no quack medicines, I treat diseases
on ration al and scientific principles.
P. B. RUFF.
N. B. I practice for cash only and prompt
payments. Mar. 12, 10-tf.
IRA B. JONES,
Attorney At Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office in rear of Messrs. Moorman &
Schumpert's, (up stairs.)
Mar. 5, 9-Sm.*
Dr. G. W. Garmany
Respectfully informs the public that be
can be found during the day, at Mr. John
A. Chapman's Book Store.
Mar. 19, 11-tf.
ENGAGEI IN TIME!
THE BEST OF ALL
Apply to WM. F. NANCE,
Or to A. J. McCAUYGHRIN & Co.
H. S. BOOZER & CO., Agents, Frog
Dec 25 52 tf
&. P. PIFER, N. A., : : : Principal.
Miss PANIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant.
Prof. F. WEEBER, : : Musical Dep't.
THE Exercises of the above School will
be resumed on TUESDAY, 7th JANUARY,
Tuition from $12.50 to $22.50 per Session.
Paid in advance or satisfactorily secured.
Pupils will be charged from date of eS
trance to the end of the Session. No re
duction except in cases of protracted ill
Plain, substantial boarding can be ob
tained with the Principal at $15 per month.
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Jan. 1, 1-tf.
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We want to add 100,000 Subscribers to the
subscription list of
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The Subscription Price of which is 84.00 per
SPLENDID BTEE-PLATE ENGRAVING,
THE BURIAL OF LA TANE,
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We boldly assert that no such liberal offer has
ever been made by any Magazine
NORTH OR SOUTH I
We do not ask you to subscribe until you
ee both the Engraving and the Magazine,
ad to enable you to do this we have appoint
d Txz PUBLusnER op TInS PAP12a ouR
LGENT. He will be pleased to show you
Apr. 9, 14-tf.
W. T. TARRANT,
Dry Goods,.Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
aps, Crockery, Saddlery, Harness, Trunks,
Hardware, Groceries, *c.
Importer and Dealer in English & American
HARDWARE A1 CUTERY
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Smut Machines, Circular
Saws, Mill Irons, Sugar Pans, Carriage
Building and Trimming Materials,
IDIA RUBLER AND LTA!R BELTING,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils, French
and American Window Glass, Guns, Ri
fles, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder
Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Mar. 26, 12-3m.
JOHN AGNEW & SON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools,
CARRIAGE and WAGON MATERIALS,
Op Plow and Cast Steel,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Lime and Cement.
Imported Wines and Liquors,
Choice Rye and Recti5ed Whiskies in all
their varieties, for sale at Wholesale and
AT LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
JOHN AGNEW & SON,
Mar. 26, 12-3m. Columbia, S. C.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COT'"ON
Capital for gardens also.
To form an ide-a of its great adaptability and
wonderful merits, come and examine. An
invoie just received byTS& ATN
Carriages, Wagons, A'e.
IF YOU WANT A
B U GGY ,
Get one that is made in your own State, in
preference to that made outside, you then
assist in sustaining the mechanic, who, in
his turn, consumes home produce.
Of COLUMBIA, S. C.,
MANUFACTURES the above, and warrants
satisfaction at PRICES TH AT A RE LOW
FOR GOOD WORK.
He keeps a full stock of
UMBREL LAS, &c.,
REPAIRING AND PAINTING A
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
Mar. 26, 12--3m.
A. 1. WCE, ~
Newberry, S. C. I
Teb. 12, 6-if. I
WE are prepared to grind from one to "
e hundred and fif ty bushels Corn per day,
Ed will furnish free transportation of their
sin to and from our mill for our patrons
WEBB, JONES a PA RNER. fu
Anp. L7, 18-4f.
DRESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WEATI
terns of Mouldings made, over 100,000 f(
fiantel-Pieces, Door and Window Frames, mad
is, Ballusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on han
work made as cheap at this establishment as cg
)n hand the largest stock of the above,South ol
tutee will give entire satisfaction to all who wg
The subscribers are the on'y practical Mecha
arrying on the business in the city of Charlest<
3tate, Georgia, North Caroliua and Florida, as
W. P. RU
IOTICE.-On account of the manner in whicl
tion of the risk of Breakage of Glass with ord
he roads in this State at HALF RATES. whicb
Mar. 12, 1873-10-ly.
Sash and Blinds,
STAIR FIX-tures, Builders' Fur
nishing Hardware,I)rain Pipe,Floor
Tiles, Wire Guards, Terra Cotta
Ware, Marble and Slate Mantle
WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY.
White Pine Lumber for Sdle.
Circulars and Price Lists sent
free on application, by
P. P. TOALE,
20 Hayne and 33 Pinckney sts.,
Oct. 2, '72-1y. Charleston, S. C.
GEO. S. HACKER,
Door, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS IS AS LaRGE AND COMPLETE A
actory as there is in the South.
All work manufactured at the Factory in
his city. The only house owned and man
ged by a Carolinian in this city.
W"* SEND FOR PRICE LIST.g
Factory and Warerooms, King Street, op
~osite Cannon Street, on line of City Rail
GEO. S. HACKER,
P. 0. Box 170, Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 13, '72--46-1y.
Shinges an Hay.
SAWE GYRES SHIGLE ofsp-'
3rqaiy iihaddrblt,i n
Ap -ya Waeos,t
SAEDCORES SAINLES! fsue
THE subscry, r hini n andailt iPeane
atired quna tity, n befunih, on the&C
P.,sntie TW Hnddvred TSN aNy . it
SHVE th Sie HfrINLESripckgeo
Al so ontant eeiigsiia
Aplya ardeowll e, rotyaendto
J. . FOWLESCK,
Ap. 12,13-3m. LTN .C
WATED bie a otn hand ateliable I
ionker itokee S. C., on theks. Fo C.
trers wiformatio ptly attende to
Fe. 12, 6--n ALDTOT1, S.it.
IER BOARDS, &c. Over 100 different pat
et on hand, for sale at New York prices.
e to order at short notice. Stair Rail, New
d and made to order. Good and substantial
,n be made in the United States. We have
the city of Baltimore, all of which we guar
nt good and substantial work.
nics, Sash, Blind and Door Makers, by Trade,
)n, and can refer to gentlemen all over this
to the character of their work for the past
SSE L L & CO., Charleston, S. C.
we box up our work, and our own assump
inary handling, our goods are shipped over
is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
SOUTH CAROLINA R. R.,
Steamships, and Connecting Roads,
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line
Via Charleston, S. C.,
TO AND FROM
New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Balti
Offer superior inducements to Shippers of
Freignt. Quick time and safe delivery guar
Passengers will find this not only the cheap
est, but the most delightful route betwcen
New York and points West. Elegant steam
ers on the line.
Through Tickets on sale at the above
points, and at all principal points West.
A. L. TYLER,
Vice-President, S. C. R. R.
S. 1;. PicKE.Ns, General Ticket Agent, S.
C. R. R. Apr. 9, 14-tf.
CHARLOTTE, -COLUMiA AND
JA5MES ANDERSON, General Superinten
dent, Wilmington, N. C.
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and
Ticket Agent, Columbia, S. C.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
Leave Charlotte, '1.15 A.Vr. and 8.20 P.m.*
" Columbia, 2.29 P.m. and 3 :30 A.m.*
Arrive at Augusta, 7.42 P.m. and 8.20 A.s.
Leave Augusta, 6.3 A.M. and .5..50 P.si.*
"Columbia, 11l.5~3 A.Mi. and Il.O5 r.M.*
Arrive at Gharlotte, 6;.15 P.M. and G.00 A.M.*
gr Tr:ins marked do not run on Sun
Bloth Trains make close connectior. to all
points North, South, East and West.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Night Trains.
The connections are numerous, and with
the principal lines of travel in North Caro
lina, South Carolina and Georgia.
Apr. 2, 13-tf.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
L. 3M. COLE, General Ticket Agen t, Balti
SIDNEY B. JONES, G;eneral -Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Great National Route to the West
The only Line running Pullman's Palace
Cars, and elegaut Day Coaches between
Baltimore and Washington, Cincinnati and
It is the BEST ROUTE to Chicago, Columbus,
Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, and
Its connections are many and important,
making more direct eennections through
Union Depots with other lines, than any
other Rail Line from Washington or Balti
The superb equipments of'this Line, Grand
Scenery, its advantages in modern improve
ments, and permanent structures of Iron
Bridges and Stone Viaducts, are notable
features, and commend it to the traveller.
Apr. 2, 13-tf-.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
.s in full blast and,doing things up all right,
nud well prepared for a good run this Fall.4
All kinds of work done in goodl style, in
,luding copy ing of old Pictures, Filling Pins,
Rings, &c. -
A fmne lot of
Come along during this pretty weather.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
~ervais Street, near Greenville and Colum
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO RECEIVE~ COTTOi
*nd other property upon storage, and malke
dvances upon the same. Cotton shipped to
his house will be stored subject to the order
f the owner, and the lowest rates charged I
or storage. All property so stored will be
usured in good reliable companies, if in
urance is desired; and advances will be madel
t the lowest banking rates. Our store
oases are so located that drayage is not A
ecessary; and no charge for handling wvill o
All business communications should be
ddressed to the Treasurer.
EDWARD HOPE, President.
EDWmN F. GARY, Trcasurer.
Mar. 12, 10-6m..
Music Given Away.
We will order "PmTas' Mesrcar. Mfor
v" to be sent for one year to any one who
'ill send us five subscribers to our paper.
hink of it! You can get at least Sixty
eautiful Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
*om fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
ast $40,. by sending us five subscribers to
ne paer )ob. , A...tf. bi
Luthor'zed Capital.... ........2,000,000
luaranteed Capital............ 500,000
Deposited with State Comptrollers
for Security of Policy Holders. .1560,000
W. B. JOrINSTOs...............President
W. S. HoLr...............Vice-President
jFo. S. 03F. .................Secretay
I. W. BuaiKF..............General Agent
T. MERCKR GREN, i. D......Medical Ex'r
W. J. MArau............Sup't of Agencies
. F. McCa.................Actuary
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.,
December 19. 1872.
At a meeting of Policy Holders, at
Newberry C. H., a Board of Advisory
rrustees of the COTTON STATES
[IFE INSURANCE COMPANY
vas organized, and the following offi
C1OMAs S. MOORMAN. - President
WM. LANGFORD, - Vice-President
. L. SCHUMPERT, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
>lc condition-having $175 to $100
A Dividend has been declared on
dl Policies issued prior to January
M. W. ABNEY,
Feb. 26, S-tf.
A.SSE TS - - $1,100,000.
HION. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
DrEN. WADE HAMPTON, Vice
President, and Superintendant of
J. D). KENNEDY, St ate Agent.
T. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry Co.
Among its Directors~are some of the
irst business~ men of the country.
We guarantee honesty of mianagement,
.e. speedy settlemeut of losses.
July 10, '72-28-1y.
Planters should examine the above-.
amed old and reliable Gin before buying
nly other. It combines the required quali
ies of Sinmplicity, Strength and Dura
llity, It gins rast and clean, makes
xcellent lint (often bringing 14c. t0o
-2c. per lb. above market,) and is univer
ally admitted to be the lightest running
in made. We have had thirty years' ex
eriense in th.e bu:siness, and warrant every
'in perfe~ct. Gi:ns constantly in the hands
f our aigents, to which we invite inspection.
Circulars, with testimonials and full
articulars, may be had by addressing,
ISRAEL F. BROWN, President,
Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
New London, Conn.
WEBB, JONES & PAlRKER, Agents.
Mar. 5, 9-4m.
MADE AND REPAIRED
AT MY SHOP ON
NEWBERRY, S. C.
-ive M~e a Trial.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
Mar. 26, 12--3m.
ivaluable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures
nid other Diseases, incident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now so
ideiy used, this CORDIAL contains
r other injurious Drug. It is composed of
e very best materials, and should be
und in every Nursery. The best phuysi
ans recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C
gr For sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,
NEW STTIONERY HUISE
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hind
some building immediately opposite the
Phcnix office, on Main street, a compicte
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities aml of every description ;
Flat Papers of C:p, Deny, Double-Cap, qe
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any si-ye,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books. Receipt Books. Note Books.
ARCHIf IEX'S and WDRAUGH1TSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of eiery description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, &bas, with boxes, and a countless
Alse, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Bl:.c, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Met, and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
'Jich the subscriber intends this shall be.
le will still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be keit up fail and
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phoenix Office.
25O Per Day!' Agents Wauted'
$5tA classes of working peo
ple of either sex, young or old, make more mon
ev at work for us in their spare moments, or all
tie time. than at anything else. Particulars
free. Address G. Stinson & Co., rortland.
Maine. Jan. 15, 2-ly.
DAVIS & CO.,
WASHINGTON, D. (.
A Great Public Want, at last, Supplied.
There are hundreds of men in nll parts of the
country who daily need INFOIMArION in re
gard to Pensions, Bounties. Patent., Internal
.,venue Lcenes and Decisions, the condition
of Contractors accounts, or some others of the
endless claims which go before the several De
partments of the Goveranment; which informa
tion, if it can be furnished reliably and prompt
ly. saves them the loss of time and the expense of
a visit to the seat of G overnment. Ifyvou seek it
of your Member of Congress-abs. bed., as be is,
in his public duties--you impose a.pon hint fre
qtuently a considerable extra b>urden ; and. per
chance, are obliged to submit to delay.
We ca'a furnish, upon the shortest notice. spe
cilic and reliable in formation in regard to any
point inivolvedl in thbe business of tihe varions lin
reaus; or can transact any of the business before
them. The aid your Rtepresentatives will, from
obvious reasons, be very willing to afford us,
when necessary; our long acquaintance and i'a
mniliarity with the officers and with the routine
of public business, and our prompt and unremit
ting atter.tion to all matters entrusted to us. en
able us to ofer the best facilities for obtaining
information; and we desire to afford it on the
most reasonable terms.
All letters enclosing One Dollar, with a stamp
for re turn postage, will be Immediately answer
ed, and explicit and satisfactory information
given. In its pursuit to efforts will be spared,
and it will be communicated with the most scru
pulous tidelity. so as to be absolutely reliable.
We are determined to merit-and secure-the
unqualilleed confidence of our patrons.
Contractors' accounts for conveying the United
States Mail prilor to 1860. as also Assistant Mar
shal's accounts for taking Census of1860O. bought
or received for colkietion.
We refer, by especial permission, to
H on J. J. Mr.rtin. Sixth Auditor of the Treas
ury for the Post Office Department-; lon. D. P.
Hollowasy. late Comumissioner of Patents, Wash
ingtou; M. W. Barr, AgentSouthern Associated
Press; F. H. Smith. Esq., Official Reporter
House of Representative. Washington; It. G.
Hayes. E::q.. Reporter Asociated Press. House
of Representatives. Washinaton: John 31. Bar
clay, .sq'.. JTouriial Clerk, H-ouse of Representa
tives. Washingtou; Clinton L!ogd, 1-.sq., Pay
Clerk. Hlou.se of Representatives. Washington;
Win. .J. McDonald. Fsq.. Chiief Clerk U. S. Sen
ate. Washin.gton: .John C. Burch., Esq., Minute
and Journal Clerk, U. S. Senate, WVashington ;
Moses Kelley. Esq.. Cashier L.tional Metropoli
tan Bank. Washington; Chas. A. James. Esq.,
Cashier Bank of Washington. Washingtoni: Potts
& Shelley, Proprietors Metropolitan Hotel,
Washington; John Cuminiis, late Associate
Justice Supreme Court. Boise Cityv, Idaho; A.
Roman & Co., Punblishers. San Franciao. Cal.;
Rlves & Bailey, Proprietors Congressional G lobe,
Washington. And to the niemo ers generally of
the present Congress.
Post Oflice address, Glass box 351.
Dec. 11, 50-Gm.
WANTED AT ONCE.
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Acres of
South Carolina I.and
WE have an application for the above amount
af South Carolina Land upon which to locate a
:o!ony of Swedes. Parties having lands for sale
avillud It to their advanta;;e to send us a full
lescription of their premises, with terms, &c., at
ance. This must be accompanied by Oine Dollar
to defray the expense of publishing in pamnnhlet.
E~nclose Stamp ter return postage. We chiarge
iG per cent. upon all property sold.
DAVIS & C0.,
P. O. Glass Box 351, Washington, D. C.
Dec. 11, 5i-6m.
F. E. DAVIES. D. B3. WADE.
T lE USEFU STORE ROUND THE CORNEl.
New York and Domestic
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