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EXPERIMENTS AWONG FAR
The idea "experiments" among
farmers has a very vague meaning,
and has more often been asubject of
ridicule with many of our practi- I
cal men. It should not be so. Wei
see no reason why farmers should
not experiment in a reasonable
way as well as mechanics, Chem.
ists, or those of other useful pro
A great advantage would result
to agriculture, if every intelligent
farmer would pursue some syste
matic course of experiments on
such a scale and variety as his
circumstances would justify, and
give the results, if successful, to
the community. It is with expe
riments in farming as was said by
Franklin of a young man owning
wild lands: "It is well enough for
every man to have some; if he
don't have too many." They
should be his servants, not his
masters; and if intelligently man
aged and kept within due bounds,
they may be made greatly subser
vient to his own interest, And by
their promulgation, eminently pro
motive of the general good. It is
fully in accordance with another
maxim of that wise head, that
when it is not within our power
to return a favor to our benefac
tor, it is our duty to confer one on
the first neebssituous person we
meet, and thus the circle of good
offices will pass around.
- The mutual communication of
improvements of any kind in agri
culture, has the effect of benefitting
not only the community generally
but even the authors themselves;
4s they frequently elicit aorrec
tions and modifications which ma
teially enhance the value of the
discovery. These experiments
should embrace the whple subject
of American agriculture; soils and
their amelioration; manures of ev
ery kind, alkaline, vegetable and
putrescent, and their effect on dif
fbrent soijs and crops; plants of
every variety, and their adapta
tion to different soils, under differ
ent circumstances and with va
rious manure; and their relations
to each other, both as successors
in rotation, their value for conver
sion into arimals and other form,
and their compaiative ultimate
profit; the production of new va
rieties by hybridizing and other
wise; draining, both surface and
co.yered; the improvement of im
plements and mechanical opera
tions, etc., etc. They should also
extend to the impartial and tho
ro,ugh tr-ial of the different br-ceds
of all domestic animals, making ul
timnate profit to the owner the sole
test of their merits, crossing,them
-Adrnt wys:an d undrer uh
enei'afLries ass- experieflee has
determined as proper to be observ
ed; their treatment, food, man
agemnent, etc. Although much
last few years, the science and
practiee o,fagriculture may yet be
consiegahost in=its~ infancy.
TheW isn unboundedlield still
ope'fr~ ei4plrtion adresearch
in w'hicht(he effor-ts of preserving
genius may hereafter discover
mines oflimmense varue'to the h u
([American Farn BDook;.
PUDDING AND PIEs NO-r UN
HIEALTHY.-There is probably a
great deal of truth in the follow
ing extract, which we make from
Dr. Hall's Journal of Health : T he
universal error as to the unhealth
fulness of pies, puddings, and pas
tries, ~takmng it for granted that
they are well made and properly
cooked, has arisen from the sim
*ple fact that after we have made
a full meal of other things, tbe
*stoumach is oppressed by them, and
if the process is repeated, becomes
eventually dyspeptic; that is, had
not the power to work up the
food, because it had been worked
to death already. It would be
quite as phrilosophical that if a man
has become very tired by plowing
all day, and afterward, by chop
ping wood, has 'worked' himself
*, out,' it was very unhealthy, to*
To HARDEN TALLow.--Take the
* common prickly-pear and bod or
fry it in the tallow, without wa
ter, for half an hour, then strain
and mould. I use about six aver
age sized leaves to the pint of tal
* low, splitting them up fine. They
make the tallow as hard as stear
ine, and do not injure its burning
qualities in the least. To this the
Mobile Register adds: There is nio
mistake in this, and it gives the
*prickly-pear a value little dream
ed of' before the discovery was
rmade. It is the common piikly
* pear (Cactus vulgaris), found in
abundance on our poor-est sandy
* lands, andi the way of proportion
ing by weigzht is one pound of the
Ieaves to four of tallow. A large
proportion of leaves makes the
tallow too brittle.
PASTE FOR Sena .Boo.-You
have had inquiry for a good pastel
that will keep, and in reply I will
sary that after an experience of ov
er thirty years daily, I may say
liourn use, I have found none so
good ~as flour paste made with
alum water; say a piece of alu m
as large as a small .valnut to a!
pint of paste, -with a few dr-ops oil
~ f cloves added to the paste when
N ade. The alum 1prevents the
~rmentation ,. and the oil is de
5'~tiv-e to vee:table mould.
P:s%ade this wvay will keep for
no "the wvarmest weather.
*dd the ter to the flour cold
S. T-1 860-X.
I PUpLYA VE:ETABLE PRAPAA TION,
composed simply of well-knOwn R OOTS,
HERBS and FRUITS, cominlvith other
-propetes. which i their natare ar,; Cathartic,
Aporient, N. ut-it:ous. Diurc-tie, kitativo andi
Anti-Bious. ThO W1oo i3 Preeryd iu a sui
cient quantity of spirit from the SUG.%R
CANE to keep them in a2y climatO, which
oe of the most desirable Tonierand Ca
thartics in the world. They are intended
only to be used as a medicine, and always to.
cording to direetions.
hey are the sheet-anchor of the feeble and
debili They act upon a diwAwd liver, and
gUimulato, to such a degree thrt a healthY action
is at once brought about. As arcmedy to which
Women are epecially subject it is super
seding every ot!Ler stimuLunt. As a Spring
and Summer Tonic they bavono equal.
They are a mild and gcntio Pnrgative as well as
Tosn T --purify the bVood. They area
splendid A ' r. TheymakethoweakstrOng.
They p and invigorate. They cure Dys
pepia, Constipation and Headache. They act
as a specific in all species of disorders which
undermine the bodily strength and break do
the animal spirits.
-Depot, 53 Park PAce, 'ew York.
Apr. 16, 15-1y.cow.
Only 60 Cents per Bottle,4
It promotes the U ROWTI, PRESERVES
the COLOR, and increases the Vigor as
and BEAUTY of the HR.
roeor 1i hmas Lyon ardntof Prinetoa
'Krnmo," s inin to elo..7ui? .wne
laiyi as obtainedi unpree need and ince
H n.Iti olhtul dessing.B tY rdcthe
iytore at orl I1iy Cens per Iostle
K imafs Glry is Her Hair.
Apr. 10, 15-y.eow.
SBuggies, Saddlery, 4Vc.
HVBB, JONES & PARKER,
And can show a stock or
arriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
efrigerators, &c., &c.,
rnerally, in th:is line, which for beauty,
egance, du'rJbi lity and supi ~ ori ty cannot
ac surpassed in: the country.
WE SELL-AT FAUTORvY PRICES,
ND DEFY COMPET'ITION!
Our SAT)DLE and H ARNESS MANU
~ACTORY is well supplied and turns out
(T THE LOWER STORE
n be found a choice and large assort
every character and kind, which we wil
Low for Cash !
We buyv largely of COTTON and give the
p of the ma:rket alas
All we ask is that the public wil fasvor
5with a call so that an examtination may
emade. Remember there are three sepa
WEDB, JONES & PARKER.
Oct. 2', 43-tr.
AUCTION AND GENERAL.
COLUMBIA, Si C.
Don a,0IEALERl IN
Cr,Hy ats, Baicon, Lard and Flour.
ALSO, AGENT FoR
ALL'S CELEBBATED FIRE AND BUE
GLAE PE09'F SAFE.
WL4~[1,11 & 11180N
So longt the hadies' favur*ite, and for more
than twenty-five years the leading
Of the Worl!
G owbhi by alain I oil
Mrs. D. MOWER.
Or L. H. REDUS,
Apr. 0, 15-: Ne C
Shuttle Sewing Machine.
This Machine involves Mechanical princi
pIles which are new, and widely different
from those commonly in use, thereby ren
dering it superior to all others.
SIMPLICITY, STRENGTH, DURABIL1TY,
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY,
and is adapted to a large 'ange of work,
Sewing throutigh all grads, of fabric, from
the finest Cambric to IIarness Leather.
rhe best imn that has ever been devised,
which enables it to sew over Ridges, Seams,
'Gathers, and all other obstructions with the
same facility that it does plain sewing.
With -rkns :.:n the goods cannot full as
with other feeds. It is the SIMPLEST
MAClINE, having no cog gearing or cain
grooves, and is the easiest of all others to
learn to operate-runs lightly and rapidly,
and is tie most lloiseless of all Shuttle Ma
chines. Has all the Attachments for doing
every kind of work. It is truly a First
Class Machine, and universally gives satis
faction. Try it.
Smipile Macbine at Wright. & Coppock's,
where Circulirs and Testimonials may be
DRS. HILL & SETZLER,
A-ents for Neu berry, Laarens, Greenville,
Spartanburg andi Union countieg. ap 9 Oln
BUY THE BEST !
The A MERILC\ will Last a Lire Time.
It is superior to all others -for simplitity
It has been proniotnced by the best me
chanics the hest finished, and miade on the
best plan, of any machiine mianufactured.
Will sew the finest and coarsest fahrics, no
matter how much starch. Never drops
stitches, runs light and ahnost trniseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reas~onable terms and
.Inducements to clubs.
LOVELACE & WIIEELER.
Oct. 23 43--tf.
.stoives, Tin wa ~re, #c.
( At is Old Stnd,')
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
trasle and the citizens of this and surround
ing Counties, with the most approved kinds
Together with all varieties of
Fancy Coffee Biggins,
Teapots, Cake and
Money Boxes, anid
Neatly and expeditiously done,
ROOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
A pr. o, 14-tf.
REMFILN OF TIN SIIOPa
on the leae on my present stanmd expires
2n th eth of this month (March), 1 will,
on and after that time, he found in the
large store recently occupied by Abranms &
Metts, as a Shoe Rtore, between Dr. Pratt
and Mr. Nathan, where I will carry on the
Tin and Stove Business,
in all its br anches, and where I shall be
pleased to see all my old customers and as
rnny new ones as uesire anything in my
lute." I shall try, as hereto fore, to give sat
sfactiotn both as to price, quality of goods
Interesting to All.
My term of oftice h.ivn:g expired, I re- c
spectfully notify all persoins who had liens, a
leeds or mortgages recorded during my I
erm of oflice', to call on Messrs. & Jones If
Jones, who will deliver the same.,
Nv. 27: 4S-.f. TROS M. LAKE
JOHN C DIAL,
Importer and Dealer in English & American
AROAR[ Af lERY
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Smut Machines. Circular
Saws, Mill Irons, Sugar Pans. Carriage
Building and Trimming Materials,
I.NDIA lEI AND LE1T1E 1M;[TING
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and
f')usek:eeuiny a al Ftarnithing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils, French
and American Window Glass, Guns, Iti
fles, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder
Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
At the 6ign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Mar. 2tt, 12-:'m.
JOHN IGNEW S tN
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools,
CARRIAGE and WAGON MATERIALS,
Plow and Cast Steel,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Lime and Cement.
Imported Wines and Liquors,
Choice Rye and Rectified 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 LATES~T and BEST
HOE foP COTTON
Capital fhr gardems ars0.
To form an idea of its great adaptability andl
wnderful merits, comec and examine. An
invoice jus t ree-sived by
jan 8 1 MAY ES & MA1UTIN.
Dr..J. D. BRUCE,
In resnming the PRA'CTICE of h:is PRO
F ESION, tenders his ser-vices to the citi
tens of the Town, and can be found at all
times within its limits.
Apr. 2:1, '73-16-tf.
JOHNSTONE & HARRINGTON,
Attorneys at Law,
(Offee on Law Range,).
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Peorge Johnstone. Y. 3. Harrington.
A pr. 2, '73-18-Iy.
THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of
Mar. 19, '73-11-tf.
ro Women. Both Married and
A pply for relief before you become a con
I have been for years past attendJing strict
y to thue treatmcnt of dis:ases of women,
nth married and single, and as the number
>f eases Continues to increase almost daily I
vill pay specirJ attention to those who may
ipply to mc for help, and may, if I should
~et a sufficient number of cases, make it a
There arc many women who are taking
nedicines recommended for such diseases,
which are worse than usele.ss, they palliate
md sometimes seem to give relief, but in
'ct they postpone the evil until the disease
tssumes the chronic form, and then they ap
>y to the Physician for relief, which can be
~iven, but not so soon as when taken in the
irst or early stege.
I use no quack medicines, I treat diseases
mn rational and scientifie principles.
N. B. I practice for eash only and prompt
ayments. Mar. 12, 10--tr.
IRA B. JONES,
Attorniey At Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Omeie in rear of Messrs. Moorman &
eh umpert's, (up stairs.)
WE are prepared to grind fronm one to
ne hundred and fifty bushels Corn per day, ]
ud will furnish free transportation of their
r-.in to and from our mill for our patrons
ce of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Doo,rs, N%a Ni
Op PS r
D RESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WE
trns of Mouldilngs made, over 100,0
Mantel-Pieces. Poor uid Window Frames,
els, Ballisters of W.alnut or Mahogany, on
work made as chep at this establishment
on hand the lar.est stock of the albove,Soul
antee will give entire satisfaction to all wh
The subscribers are the only practical 'l
carrying on the basiness in the city of Chat
State, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida
W. P. I
NOTICE.-On account of the manner in w
tion of the risk of Breakage of GUss witl
the ronds in thi, Statet 11ALF RATES, w
Mar. 12, 1S73-10-ly.
Sash and Blinds,
M OUL DINGS, BRACKETS,
STAIR FIX.tures, BIilders' Fur
nishing Hardware, Drain Pipc,Floor
Tiles, Wire Guards, Terra Votta
Ware, Marble and Slate Mantle
WINDOW GLSS A SPECIALTY.
White Pine Lumer for Sale.
Circulars and! Prie Lits senit
free on applic-ati.o, by
P. P. TOALE,
20 11ayne and . Piuckney sts.,
Oc. 2, '72-1 Charic4oa, S. e
GEO. . IACKER,
Door, Sash and Blind Factor:
CIf A RLESTON, S. C.
Factory as there is in the South.
All work manitufactured at the Factory
this~ city. T1he only house owned and ma
agced by a itrolinian in this city.
y sEN D FOR PRlCE~ LIST ,,
Factory and Warerooms, King Street, o
posite Cannon Street, on line of City Ra
GEVO. S. HACK ER,
P. 0. Box 170. Charle.,ton, S. C.
LOVELACE: & WIIEE!.Eit, Agents.
Nov. 13, '72-46-1y.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE
Was 'tarted in th~e NEW\ BA~KERY
MR. JOllN S. SMITH, on Monday las
Who heard that tihe DAIHLGREN OVF
was in blast, nail that BREAD, CAK
PIES and other thintgs were beitig turni
Over the event, so ardently looked fir..
The proprietor is happy to state that
is now prepared to turrnishi the citizens
Newberry, anrd especially little chiidrer
mothers, with thet most toothsomec at
Eflrt will be spared to providec daily f
the wats of thre publiic, either for the
breakfasts, dinners or siuppers. Pie r
parties. and all othrer parties firnishied
application, lie is ha ppy to say th~
his bread will he so good that no oth
With the exception of cotiVe and ten w
ever be necessarv. Seal in '.our ord!ers
J. S. SMITH,
Next door to L. R. Marshall's.
Carr'iages, UWgons, NVi
IF YOU WANT A
B U GGY ,
it oneC that is made in your own State,
>efertnee to thiat made ou tside, yon the
L5sist in snstainingt the nmechianie, who,
its turn, c.onsumesC home prodiuce.
Of COLUMBIA, S. C.,
iANTFACTU?RES the above, and warranti
atiQffaction at PRICES TilAT ARE LOX
-'OR GOOD WORK.
He keeps a full stock of
- W HIPS,
U MBR ELLAS, &c.
EPAIRING AND PAINTING
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
Mar. 28, 12-Am.
hadand ma desore. Go n usata
ATIRB)leso,adSree to. geter ll~ oern pt
, as to oh rer sof1 ter wor fril theat
s USSE L Lad i& CO., Unied leston,eS.aC.
hho hwe boxty our wtiore, and our wihn arm
ordnar ghdandlig urt: gooare hpedoe
aih sa'reavn to the pucharscer of ou r work.ps
W. P.1WS6ELL & Co.
LE-T it be distinctly understood that tihe
N E W BE RRY,
is ) n full blas and doing things up all right,
and well prtpared for a good run this Fall.
All kinds of ork done in good styl , in
eluding Copying of old Petures, Filling Pins,
Rhains, Sahk ltdane.rMkrs yTae
A fine lot of
Come along (uring this pretty weuthwer.
W. . WISEMAN.
Oct. 2, 40-tf..
Shing~les andl Hay.
SAWED GT~PRESS SI1NGLEFS of supe
rnor quality, iinish and durability, in any
deLred quantity, can be fursioed on the
sh~lortest nonie, .udl delivered at any point
-on the~ line of railroad.
Also, on ha:nd,
N PR~E WB ETRX HAY.9
Spply bat War houie, to
J. N. FOWLES.
pr. 2, 1 --m
CH EAP! CHEAP!!
TIE ubcrir hs on hd at o Pake
Si aion, nar Alsion, S. C., on the G. & .
I. l.. TWO It LNDRED Tlo AND NO.
SiNE sI!!\CLES ;. 1kages or
Aive buityhed each, whieb lhe offe r enry
low. Iu i costanly b freei d ng similar
n lon. (eero will be proptly attended to.
1- lsice, .1 pIr thousand. No hcah e or
loading. Tiermns Cash. Address.
F. H. DOMINICK,
Confectv2 ion eries
Newberry, S. 0.
Feb). 1 2. C-t f.
GerAiREH OUSE COMPANY
5' COLUMBIA, S. C..
IS PREPAR~ED TO RECEIVE COTTON
andl other property upon storage, and make
aidvances upon the same. Cotton shipped to
Itiis house will be stored subject to the order
of the owner, and the lowest rates charged
for stoinge. All property so stored will be
insured in goodl reliable companies, if in
surance is desired ; and advances will be made
at the lowest banking rates. Our store
houses are so located that drayage is not
necessary; and no charge for handling will
IAll business communicatious should be
addressed to the Treasurer.
I EDWARD !iOPE, President.
EDWzS F. G.&r, Treasurer.
ar. 12, 1L-Am.
X1 STITIONERY HOUSE
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some buailding immediately opposite the
Phonix office, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description,
Flat Papers of Cap, Dety, Double-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Looks of any sie,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at shorr notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, ieceipt Books, Note Books.
ARCIIrECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bri6tol 1;oards, 'ostal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, iu eakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Oabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
lie will still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, whicb
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. Ils stock will be kept up full 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.
ASSETS - - $1,100,000.'
11ON. .JEFFERSON DAVIS,
lEN. WADE HAMPTON. Vice
Presidet. and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEY, State Agent.
I. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry Co.
Amuoug its Directors are some of the
Brst business mein of the country.
We guarantee~ honesty of management,
. .speedy settlemeut of loso.
July 10, '72-28-ly.
Aunthorized Capittal... .. -..2000,000
Guiarateved Cap il.............fo,0
Deposited wi th State Comptrollers
lor Security of Policy loders. .$l50,000
W. B. JIou!ssTox................President
WA. S. iorT..............Vice-President
tiE0. S. Ouwxtn...... .........Seeretary
J. W. BrJas...... .......Genecral Agent
J. MERacEa Gaocxx;, M. D.,...Medical Ex'r
W. J. MAOI...........up'u of Agencies
C. F. McC.A...................Actuarv
NEWBERRYl C. II., S. C..
December 19, 1872.
At a meeting of Policy Holders, at
Newberry C. 11.. a Board of Adv'isory
Trustees of the C'OTTOIN ST1ATES
LIFE INSI:RANCE COMPANY
was organized, and the folowingr offi
TrloMa- S. MoCnMA x. - President
WM. L.x G FORD, - Vice-President
0. L. SCIIU.MtPERT, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi..
ble condition--havin. 815to80
>f liabilities. -~15t 1
A D)ividend has been declared on
ill Policies issued prior to January
M. W. ABNEY,
Feb. 2t6, 8-tf.
.E. DAVIES. D. B. WVADE.
New York and Domestic
3oultry, Game, Eggs, Butter,
Lard, Cheese,. &c.
0ORFILK OSTER llP0T,'
Next to Dr. Jackson's,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders Promptly Attended To.
A Fine German Chrome.
WE SEND AN ELEGANT CHRONO, 3or
AND READY FOR FRAMING, FLE
TO EVERT AGENT.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
UNDER G ROUND
LIFE BELOW. THE SURFA
BY THOS. W. KNOX.'
942 Pages Octavo. 130 Fme En
1,elates fncident< and Accidents beyond
Light of D:iy; Startling Adventures !a
parts of the World; Mines and 3od
Working them; Undercurrents of So
Gambling and its Horr6rs; Caverns and
Mysteries; the Dark Ways of Wicked
Prisons and their Secrets; Down in
Depths of the Sea; Strange Stories of
Detection of Crime. The book treats of at
perience with brigands: nightsin opium
and gambling hells; life in prison; Stories
exiles; adventures among Indians; journt*
through Sewers and Catacombs; accidents in
mines: pirates and piracy; tortures of the
inquisition; wonderful burglaries; undet
world of the great cities, etc., etc.
We want agents for this work on which
we give exellisive territory. Agents can
make $100 a wek in selling this book. Send
for circulars and special terms to agents.
J. B. BER & HYDE
HARTFORD. CONN., on CHICAGO. ILL.
May 21, 20-4in.
Magazines, Books, &c.
Godey's Lady's Book and a beautiful
Chrono, for Three Dollars a year.
The Aldine, a Fine Art Journal, and two
line Chromos, for Five Dollars a year.
Send in your si.bscriptions early.
Also, Writing Desks, Portfolios, &c., &c
Nov. 27, 48-tf.
IT WB[RRY FEMALE
L. P. PIPEE,-M. A., Principal.
Kiss FANNIE LEAVELL,,: : Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBEER, Musical Dep't.
THE Exercises of the above School will
>e resumed on TUESDAY, 7th JANUARY,
Tuition from KI 2.50 to $22.50 per Session.
Paid in advance or satisfactorily secured.
Pupils will be charged from date of en
;rance to the end of the Session. No re
hiction except in cases of protracted ill
Plain, suhstantial boarding can be ob
ained with the Principal at $15 per moith.
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
GOL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Jan. 1, 1-tf.
C. M. HARRIS,
abinet Maker & Undertaker.
Has on hand and will make to order, Bed
teads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas,
;ettees, Lounges, &c.
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
>aired on liberal terms.
Has on hand a fuli supply of Metalic, Ma.
togany and lRosewood Burial Cases.
Coffins made to order at short notice, and
Oct 9 40 tf. MAlRTIN. HARRIS.
FI8k' Metalli ilurial Ca888,
THE SUB3SCRIBERi has constantly or.
tand a full assortmeilt of the above apr.? oved
ases, of different patterns, besides caftinis
>f his own make, all of which lhe is prepared
.o furnish at very reasonable rates, with
ronmptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having.cases sent by
ailroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
'urnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
;criber respectfully asks for a continuation
>f the same, and assures the p'ublic that
to effort on his part will be sp.tr. 'to render
he utmost satisfaction.
R. B. CflBA2MAN.
Newberry S. C., July :51.
DAVIS & Co.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A Great Public Want, at las', Supplied.
There are hundreds of men in all parts of the
ountry who daily nee d IN FORMAI'ION in re
'ard to P'ensions. Bounties. Patents, Internal
it.venue Licenses and D)ecisions, the condition
if Contractors' accounts. or some others of the
tudless claims which go'before the several De
atments of the Government; which informa
ion, if it can be furnished reliably and prompt
ly, saves then: the loss of time and the expense of
i visit to the seat of Government. if you seek it
af your Member of Congress-absorbedf, as he is,
in his public duties-you impose upon him fr
guently a considerable extra burden; and, per
:hance, are obliged to submit to delay.
.We cau furnish, upon the shortest notice, spe
:tic and reliable information itn regard to any
point involved in the business of the varsoas Bu
reaus; or can transact any of the business before
them. The aid your R.epresentatives will. from
ibvious reasons, be very willing to afford us,
wh.en necessary; ',ur long acquaintance and fa
niliarity with the oflicers and with the routine
a.f public business, and our prompt and unremit
ting attention to all matters entrusted to us. en
itble us~ to OfYer the best facilities for obtaining
luformation; and wre desire to afford it on the
mo.t reasonable terms.
All letters enclosing One Dollar, with a stamp
for return postajre, will be immediately answer
ad. and explic.t and satisfactory information
riven. In its pursuit no efforts will be spared,
~nd It will be comImunictd with the most scrit
ulous fidelity, so as to be absolutely reliable.
W e are determined to merit-and4 secure-the
nqualtiee confidence of our patrons.
Contractors' accounts for conveying the United
States Mail prior to 1860, as also Assiatant Mar
hal's accoants for taking Census of 1860, bought
>r received for collection.
We refer, by especial permission, to
Hon. J. J. Martin, Sixth Auditor of the Tress
try for the Post Offce Department; iton. D. P.
holloway, late Commissioner of Patents, Wash
ugton; MI. W. Barr, Agent Southern Associated
P'ress; F. It. Smith. Esq.. Offcial Reporter
louse of Representatives, Washin -.4.n; H, G.
[ayes, Esq., Rieporter Associated ,rss House
flReprtentatives, Washingrton; John M!. Bar
:lay. Esg., Journal Clerk, Hlouse of Iteresenta
ives, VM ashingtou; Clinton Lloyd; Lq, Pay
lerk. Hocuse of liepresentatives. Washington;
im. .J. McDonald .Esq., Chief Clerk U. S. Sen
te, Washingt,on; John C. Burch, Esq., Minute
nd Journal Clerk, U. s. Senate. Washingo
doses Helley, Faq., Cashier National Metrqp
an lIank, Washington; Chas. A. James, Esq,
'ashier Bank of Washington. Washington: P'otts
eShelley, Proprietors Metropolitan Htote!,
Vashington; John Cummins, fate Associate
ustice Supreme Ceurt. Boise City. lidaho; A.
oman & Co.. Publishers, San Francisco. Cal.;
lives.& Bailey, Proprietors Congressional G;lobe,
.Vashington. And to the memboers generally of
he present Congress.
Post Office address, Glass box 351.
Dec. 11, 50-6m.
WANTED AT ONCE.
Ine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Acres of
South Carolina Land.
WE have an application for time above amoung
f' South Carolina Land upon which to locate a
olony of Swedes. Parties having lands for sale
rill find it to their advantage to send us a full
escription of their premises, with terms, &c..~ -
uce. This must be accompan ied by One
i defray the expense of publtshing ins5~
.close Stamp for return postage.
I per cent. upon all property sold.
P. O. Glass Box 851, WYahnton, D.'C.
Dec. 11, 50--6m.
15 to $20 i*'Z~ T a pntsanted
le of either sex, youn;'r old, make more mon
at work for us in thieir spare moments, or all
se time, than at anythfng else. Particulars
.Address G. S'm8on & Co., Portland,