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f v Appointments.
Village?Rev. A. F. Dickson, every Sabbath at
11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Le?ture every Thursday at 7} P. M.
Villau^?Rev. Styles Mkllicua.mi', every other
Cbfebath morning and afternoon.
\%*n. W. A. Hoock?At Trinity 1st and 3d Sun
Rut. P. Derrick?At St. Matthews 1st and 3d
Candnys. At Lobanon 2d and 4th Sundays.
? ff Baptist.
Village-?Rev. Da. I. D. Durham, 1st Sunday of
eaoh month at 7 P. M. and 8d Sunday of each month,
?t 11 AVM, and 7 P. M.
B?v. Diu i. D. Durham?At Four Holes, 1st Sun?
day of each month.
B?v. R. J. Edwards?At Branohville, 1st and 8d
Sandays in each month. Son tec, 2d and 4th Sun
days of each month.
Rbv. W. F. Chaplik?At Ebcnetcr, 1st Sunday of
e*?h month. Canaan, 8d Sunday of each mouth.
Ball Swamp, 4th Sunday of each month.
Bav. D. F. 8piaKBn?At Antioch, 2d and 4th Sun
days (morning.) Corinth, 2d and 4th Sundays (af
Rev. WV J. Snider?At Glcngary ^School House,
1st ? and 8d Sundays. Santco, (colorod Sunday
School), 2d and 4th Sundays.
Methodist?Appointments fur Orangchurg Dis
trict, S.. C. Conference, 2d Quarter.
St. GsoRqs's?April Gth and 7th.
Upper Orange?Trinity, April 13th and 14th.
Providence?Bethlehem, April 29th and 21st.
Blackville?Grahams, April 27th and 28th.
Upper Sr. Matthews?Anbury Chapel, May 4th
Oranqeburu?May 11th and 12th.
Bbahchville?Bethlehem, May 18th and 19th.
St. Matthews?Tabernacle, May 25th ami 2t5th.
Barn well?May 81st.
Aucen and Graniteville?June 1st and 2d.
* Lexington?Shilo, June 8th and 9th.
Eastern Orange?White House, June 15th and
A. M. CHR1ETZBERG, P. B?
Village?Rev. W. G. Conner, every Sabbath at
11 A. M. .
Rev. W. G. Conner?At Prospect, Island 3d Sun
days (afternoqn.) Zion, 2d and 4th Sundays (after
Rev. John Inabinet?At Calvary, let Sunday In
each month. Trinity, 2d Sunday in each month.
Rev. J. S. Connor.?At Providence, 2d and 4th
Sundays 1?J A. M. AtGorizim, 2d and 4th Sun
days 8J P? M. At Target lBt and 3d Sundays 10J
A.M. At Bethlehem, 1st and 3d Sundays, ;8J P.
Rev. E. A. Austin?At Davis Bridge, 2d Sunday
in each month at IIA. M. Hope well Church,''3d
Sunday in each month, at 11 A. M. Tine Grove
Church, 4th Sunday in each month, at 11 A. M.
Wo will be glad to complete this list, and re
spectfully invite the Clergymen of various denomi
nations to send in their appointments, and they will
be Inserted with pleasure among the above.
Mr. Editor : As a matter of interest to the
farmers, it may not be inappropriate to relate
ft fact which WAb communicated by a worthy
and reliable farmer of our District.
He says: "On seeing tho adverii?Sincnt of
Dr. E. J. Oliveros, that ono dollar's worth of
strychnine baited out to crows, would bo a sav
ing to the farmer of twenty bushels of corn,"
J was induced to try tho experiment. Accord-,
ingly, I purchased from him a vial of strych
nine and prepared it in the following manner:
Get some old vessel, something never more to
be used, put in it one quart of corn, add a
teaspoonful of strychnine, then pour upon it
warm water only sufficiently to cover the corn,
and stir well with a piece of stick; do this at
night, allowing it to remain until morning,
when it will be ready to be put about the field.
He goes on to state that "in thirty-six hours
after putting out. tho bait, quantities of dead
crowa, black birds and sundry other kinds
could bo seen on his soil, and scavenger buz- j
lards could bo seen in numbers feasting them
selves on their'carcasses." He has concluded
that this ono dollar expended, has saved him at
least ten bushels of corn. If you think this
worthy of publicity, you havo the privilege of
using it. INCOGNITO.
[Wo learn from a gentleman who has tried
tho.,above, that his corn fields were almost
destroyed by black birds, until ho adopted
f his remedy. In two days he counted 46 dead
tmcH in his fields, and ho estimates, he has
saved by its use; five acres of corn.?Ei>. O.
Circular to Land Owners.
s}JSo. Ca. Bureau op Immigration,
Charleston, 5th April, 18G7.
? To the Land-owners in South Carolina:
Gentlemen :?I tako the liberty to appeal
to your patriotism in behalf of tho recently
enacted-measures of immigration, at least to tho
patriotism of those among you who entertain
the opinion that an increase of population, in
dustry* Ancl Capital, will bo bonefloln.1 to tho
It iswoll known that Europoau immigration
is now mostly flowing into tho West, whoro
cheap lands and many facilities and other in
ducements are olFcrod. In the new States,
public lands are yet to be had at a nominal
outlay, and a strangor going there need not for
a moment bo at a loss whero to looato, thou
sands of places being nlways for Hnle and rogis
t?rr his selection. With us it is different.
Alt; . l thcro may perhaps bo thousands of
place- r ?ale in South Carolina, no one can
kuow where to find thorn unless they are ad
vertised and registered in some well known and
accessible locality. For this the. Buftau of
Immigration has partly been established.
Without any charge whatever to the land
owner, his lands that ho can spare for sale, will
be registered and advertised in the best markets
of the world. Bat how can this be done, un
less you forward the information??Have you
no lands to spare ? If you have, put on a fair
and reasonable price, make the conditions of
payment as liberal as you can, describe their
location, capacities and advantages, and com
municate with this Bureau. It may be said,
"wo will Bell a portion of lands reasonable and
on fair enough terms, if a purchaser eomo."
But it must be remembered that no one can
know this, and besides, that the stranger will
be at a great expense, whilst in uncertainty
looking for lands, of whioh no one oan inform
him. Will he not rather go to a section of
country where no such delays and difficulties
need be encountered? And then again the
European immigrants that are looking for em
ployment, laborors, servants, mechanics, etc.,
of ovcry kind, where ore they to find it? In
your villages, on your plantations, do you
want a blacksmith, wheelwright, carpenter,
cabinet maker, saddler, shoemaker, tailor, etc.,
this Bureau will endeavor to supply you. But
you should say so?how else am I to know ?
It would never do to send such people tramp
ling about the country without an object. Do
you have any good positions for factories, which
you arc unwilling or unable to develop your
. selves, why should you not inform this Bureau;
therefore state their facilities and advantages,
their probable prospect of success, and the
terms of lease or sale ? Do you have valuable
mineral lands that you cannot realize for the
want of capital, why not enable me to endeavor
to do it for you ? It will cost you nothing.
I would respectfully but earnestly urge that
this matter receive a prompt consideration. If
there nro a few men in every district willing to
spend a few hours for the general good, let
them meet at a convenient place, let them
gather such information at they can, and thcu
inform this Bureau what is wanted for their
neighborhood and what can. be done there to
further the intentions of. the law; let them
say what laborers, servants, mechanics, etc.,
arc wanted or could find employment, and let
them fix upon a current rate of reasonable
wages for their district ; let thein endeavor
also to obtain information of such tracts of
lands, as *might be had for lease or sale, de
scribe their quality and value, and whatever
clso they may deem of importance. I most
respectfully, therefore, Bolicit the co-operation
of all public spirited men, more especially of
the members of the Legislature and the editors
of public journals. Under tho firm conviction
that immigration is one of the mast vital ne
cessities of tho State, and a sure means by
which a portion of our former prosperity may
bo soonest restored, I even take the liberty re
spectfully to solicit the honorable the Judges,
to bring thvs matter to tho attention of the
public in their charges to tho Graud Juries on
JOHN A. WAGENER,
Post Offices in Orntigeburg District.
OJTiCKS. POSTMASTER 8?
Orangeburg........Thnddcua C. Hubbell.
St. Matthews.-Mr?. Snlly .T. Wiles.
Vance's Ferry.*.....,R. M. K. Avingcr.
Branolmlle.Mrl. Atny Thompson.
Fori Motte.?....John Blrchm?re.
Schedule South Carolina Kail Road.
Leave Columbia at. 6.80 A. M.? and 11.40 A. M.
** Orangeburg at?. 10.89 A. M* and 8.08 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston.... 4 P. M.
" ?? Augusta. 6 P. M, and 9 P. M.
Leave Augusta at.'..7 A. M. and 0.80 P. M.
?? Charleston at.8 A. X?..
'* Orangeburg at....?1.80 P. SI. ami 11.66 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.20 P. M. and 8.22 A. M.
Loave Orangeburg at.? .10 A. M.
Arrite at Charleston at...... 6.10 P. M.
Leave Orangeburg at.1.88 P. M.
Arrive nt Columbia at.0.80 P. M.
*This is the only Passenger Train for Charleston
and Points below Branehvillo. For the. Augusta
Road Passongors may take either Train,
mar *Jil g tc
List of Letters
EMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE VXCALL?
cd for?April 1, 18C7.
Ru'ker, John. .
Evnnshnw, T. B.
Griffith, Thos. P.
Ilolhnan, J. A. K.
Hair, Moses (colored).
Jones, 0. E.
Lesser, L, B,
MoKny, E. J.
MHIhouse, J, II,
MpNen), Potejj (colored).
Nelson, Miss Mary.
Drop Letters must be
Quinn, ?. C.
Rickenbaoker, Miss L.
Smoke, It. E.
Sybroth, Miss Rachel.
Sharp Paul, (cure of W.
Stromnn, Paul S.
Stromani Nicholas. .
Torre!!, P. w,
. M'nde, W. K.
prepaid ? mid oent, papers
T. C. HUBBELL, P. "M..
FOR THE LARGEST AND FINE8T SELECTION
of Papier Mache, and Silver Wave ever offered
in this markot, suitable for PRESENTS for all occa
sions, call at
EZEKIEL & KOIIN'S,
feb28 - y ,,.
ESEKIEL & KOHU
HAVE NOW IN STORE
THEIR FULL STOCK
COMPRISING FULL LINES
FANCY GOODS. DOMESTICS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND
SHOES, ETC., ETC.,
WHICH WERE ALL S E L E C T E D
And nvc Guaranteed to no
L O W E ST P R I (' K S
In the State.
CALL AND EXAMINE,
feb 23 y lc
ROBINSON & CO.,
ALWAYS HAVE OX HAND A WELL ASSORT
od Stock of Choice
TIN AX I) GLASSWARE,
SHOES, DRY GOODS, Sc;,
ALSO A LOT OF
BATCH'S SUPER PHOSPHATE
$150 Cash, &t>0 Credit to 1st November, with City
We are also Agents for
CLEMENS, RROWX & CO'S COTTON GIN,
Manufactured in Columbus, On.
fcl> 23 ly
J V S T R E C E I V K f).
4LJIAS, SOXTAGS, KiVX DOWNS. GLADIA
TORS, CENTRAL PARK".., Fashionable
NETS. Old Indies RON NUTS Inii^??? ftnd
Unt rimmed, which are offered at the moid reueon??'0
HATS Ilemodled. Cleaned, Dye?l. Pressed and
Trinimcd, at short notice, at
MKS. M. E. HALL'S,
Opposite I. I*. THOMPSON.
Russell-atreot, Orangehurg, So. Co.
roar 23 it
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED REGS LEAVE TO IX
* J.. form the Citizens of Orangchurg and sur
routuling Districts that he is now prepared to do
HOUSE PAINTING, GRAINING, MARBLING,
GLAZING AND PAPER HANGING,
OLD PLASTER 101) WALLS
Making them look, when done, mncli heiter than
when first Plastered. All work done at the Short
est Notice and warranted for Looks and Durability.
All Orders left at the Store of Mr. J. B. Phelps will
be promptly attended tc. W. C. MITCHELL.
a pi 13 Win
Orangeburg Drug Store.
DR. E. J. OLIVEROS.
IM POUTER AND DEALER IN
"txitUGS, MEDICINES. PERFUMERIES, OILS,
\J Spirits Turpentino, Kerosine oil, VwrnUb,
?'OSWEGO" CO\\S STARCH, "Morning Blur"
Corn Starch, a flelUdous food fp| Infants.
t'npkjtjg Hnda, Oroam Tarter, Ajrow Root, Nahte
rains. Flavoring Essences. Cloves, Nutmegs, Mace.
Popnpr, Oiugor, Cinnamon, Allspice, kr.,, ke.., tc.
Tho Proprietor heing n graduate of Medicine and
a Druggist of long experleiiuc, assures the Public
that all Mudh'lnes hearing his babies hrs guaranteed
pure nnd reliable.
Orders from the Country, when accompanied
with CASH, respectfully solicited.
E. .?. OLIVEROS, M. |v.
mar L'?\ y Druggist ami Apothecary
A full supply of Spring Goods consisting
of all kinds.
LADIES' SILK COVERINGS,
? SILK RIBBONS,
Together with nn extensive supply of PRINTS, LONG CLOTHS, SHEETINGS anil other
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of which will be found n grout variety of shades and sizes. Together with many other
GOODS too numerous to mention. A call is respectfully solicited
CORNELSON. KRAMER & CO.
TO THE TAX PAYERS OP ORANGE
IWILL ATTEND ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS,
at the following placet*, to Assess ami deceive Re
turns of Taxable property, ami all other returns, in*
eluding Capitation, as required by law:
On Monday, April 1. at Folder's.
" Tuesday, " 2, " Four Holes.
Wednesday, " ?">. " Jamison's.
" Thursday, " 4, " Elliott's.
44 Friday, 44 '">, " Zeigler's.
" Saturday, " *>, " Hull Swamp.
Monday, " 8, " Gloaton's.
44 Tuesday, " !>, '* Hrown's.
44 Wednesday, 44 10, Tyler s.
44 Thursday, 44 11. 44 Itorics*.
44 Friday, 44 12, 44 Corbittsville.
44 Saturday, " Dl, " Kasterlin's Mill.
" Court week, 44 l?lo20tli at Orangeburg.
44 Monday, April 29, at Cedar Grove.
44 Tuesday, 44 80, " Howe's Pomp.
Wed'y & Thursday, May 1 & 2 Hranchvillc.
I will also attend at Orangeburg daily, during the
weeek ending May 11. when the General Tax Hooks
will be closed, and those tailing to make returns will
be Double Taxed.
The following is a list of Taxable Property, He
turns. &c,: Lauds, Lots ami buildings. Articles
manufactured in this Stale, return to be made by
manufacturer Spirituous Liquors made and sold,
buggies, Carriages. Gold and Silver Plate. Watches,
Jewelry and Pianos. Professions, Employments, kc,
including Newspapers, Insurance, Express and Tele
graph Companies, Photographers, Incomes from
Salaries, Kents, Interests, Sc., Saw, Flour and Grist
Mills, Hotels, Restaurants, butchers, Billiard Tables
and Ibir-llooms. 1'erriVs. Public Hacks, Drays, ami
Raggngc Wagons. Dogs, except one tor each Plan
tation or inhabited Lot in Town or Village, n Capi
tation Tax on till Males between the ng<>s of twcuiy
one and fifty, and on- idl Sales of Goods, Wares and
Merchandise made from the 1st day of January,
I80?, to 1st day of January. 18U7. ami from 1st day
of January. 1M?7. to l.-i day of January. I SOS.
Cotton Ginned on Toll is taxed $2.110 on every
Hundred Dollars. .
Returns of Spirituous Liquors and of Goods,
Wares ami Merchandise sohl since 1st January,
1807, will be made for the Quarter ending with
March, and paid at the expiration of Cflch Quarter.
The final Returns id' the Quarterly Tux will be
taken during Court Week at Orttngeburg. and the
books will lie closed on the 20ili of April.
Every Employer will make Returns of the names
of nil Pens >ns that are employed by him.
All Returns of Property will be made in person
and under Oath, und pnid in the District where the
Property is located, ami no returns will be received
by mail, or otherwise, unless sworn to according to
Taxes will be pajd only in Gold and Silver coin,
United-States Treasury Notes, or notes declared lo
l>e ii legal tender by I be Government of the United
Stnles. or notes of National Hanks, or the bids re
ceivable of this Stute, or pay certificates of Jurors
and Constables for nitendnnco on the Courts.
gtay~ Residents of the Town of Orangeburg arc
requested to make their Quarterly and General Re
turns on Wcdncsdav and Thursday of Court Week.
P. W. FAIR BY,
Assessor and Tos Collector of Orange Parish.
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OKA N G ER lT R G DISTRI I* 7.
The State of South Carolina \
Ex. Rel. I In re lost documents.
Solicitor Southern Circuit. )
Application having been made by James W. Reed
and wife and others, for leave to prove the existence
loss and contents of a Deed of Conrcynnco in Trust,
made under order of the Court of Equity in Febru
ary, I860, to Levi S. Tyler for the use of J. W.
Reed and wife "for joint lives, remainder to survivor
for life, and afterwards to the issue of the wife??,
On motion of Hut sous ,S; Lcgare, Solicitors for Ap
plicant, it is ordered, Thal all CT sons who desire
no io do, may appear and cross examine the evidence
produced ami introduce evidence in reply, before
me on the 17th day of November next.
Commissioner's Office, \ V.D.JAMISON, .
Orangeburg C. II. V Commissioner.
Mar. 27, 1KU7. j Nil
mar :>0 r,m
0 R A N G E Until DISTRI C T.
The State ox relntione } Hill to
Solicitor Southern Circuit, V perpetuate
In re lost Documents. J Testimony.
Application having been made by Mrs. Cely Metis
lo prove the Existence, Loss and Contents of the
last Will ami Testament of James D. Melts, deceased.
On motion of Messrs. Iilnr & Dibble. Solicitors, it
is ordered. Thai all persons who desire so to do,
may appear and cross examine the evidence pro
iltll .h1, ami introduce evidence in reply before me on
the 2tlth day of June next.
Commissioner's Office, ) V. D. V. JAMISON,
Orangeburg C. II., v Commissioner.
March 1, 18t>7. j
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THE ?I KEN PRESS.
Is purposed i(, publish In the Town of Ainen, S, C.
a weekly paper under the nbnvo fiflo; to hu der
coied to General Intelligence.?Political, Commer
cial, Social. Literary ami Religious?with n depart
ment of Agriculture, including the Field. Ihcf bcdiard,
the Vineyard ami the Cardim. A News Summary,
to emUaili a djgetit of |hc important events of the
lyerk. u'ill oooupy a portion of the paper, and par
Uoiilar attention wjll be given Inf ho umicltlcd question
of labor, us host udapt ad in mir neu condition, and
the development of I he resources of tko country in
Manufactures. Agricultures, Fruit-raising and Vine
Terms: per year, in advance:
II. W. IIA YEN EL, Editor:
W. I?. K no; ma .so. Publisher jajP^jl-tf
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ORANGKlHJttG, S. C.
THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR,
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mar i!3 g it
In Ihe matter of February Sittings, 1807.
Guardians and Trustee*, | at Orangchurg:
The Commissioner having reported that all the
Records of his otliec were destroyed during the re
cent war, and tltat he is unable to report even the
names of all the Guardians ami Trustees: It is or
dered, that he do publish a notice to all persons who
were appointed Guardians or Trustees, or were in
any way liable to account as such in this Court prior
to the l?th May, 1805, to appear before him and en
ter inlo new bonds on or before the first day of June
nexf, ami in every case in which he can obtain evi
dence to satisfy himnelf *h?t any person so liable to
account has failed to comply with this notice, he
shall lu?ue a rule against such persons to comply.
It is also ordered, That in addition to their giving
new bond, tltat I hoy be required to file in the Com
missioner's Offioe, within the time nfnrcsnhi. their
returns, shewing all their receipts ami expenditures
for the wards, and also a full schedule of tdl the pro
perty of every description which they may hold for
their respective wards,
Signed. WM. }). JOJIX30N,
Maruh 1. 1N?7. Chancellor.
A trno copy of the original order on record in this
Commissioners Office, i V. D. V. J AIiHSON,
March 'J. is<>7. i Commissioner,
mar '.' in I
JEFFOEDS & CO.,
and dealers in
Bacon, Pork, Flour and Corn,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
npl 0 c. 1m
XL L. Jeffers & Co.,
CHARLESTON. S. C
SSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE HALE
oTCotton and other Produce. Orders for snp
. icn carefully attended to.
Refer to Captain John A. Hamilton, R. G. Stone,
Esq., Orangcburg, Dr. Wm. C. Whetstone, St. Mat
npl ti tf
WILLIS & CHISOLfi,
FATORS, COMMISSION KERCH ANW
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE,
sale and shipment to Foreign and Do
rnest ic Ports, ofCottou, Rice, Lumber and Nat
CHARLESTON, ?. C.
E. WILLIS. ALEX. U. CHISOLSt.
. felt 90 1 y
S. Thomas, Jn., Wm. S. Lahnrac,
William G. Wlilden & Co.
HA YD EX k WHIXDEN,
WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, CROCK
ERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE, AND
Old Cold and Silrrr purchased. Watches and
12-25 King-St? Corner of Beaufaiti,
A T WHOLESALE 11 HA YNE STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
feb 23 2im
J. E, ADGER & CO.,
Direct Importers and Dealers
IL IR1) 11*1 R E, Cl 'TL ER F. G UNS,
RAR IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, AC.,,
* No. 139 Meetiurjstreel,
NEAR CHARLESTON HOTEL. AND *
AYA C2 EAST 11 AY,
dp?-Ri^EBToisr; s. o.
J. ELLISON A 1*1 ER. E. D. RORINSON.
A. McD. DROWN, G. II. MOFFETT.
J. ADGEIV SMYTH,
feb 23 . ?m
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-DEALERS IN
All Goods arc selected specially for our
AT THE OLD STAND, NO. 287 KING STBRftT.
Three doors below Wentworib,
Terms Cash, or City Acceptance.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
II. C. Stoll. Charles Wr.nn. II. C. Walsii.,
feb 23 e tf^
Charleston Daily News,
G. R. CATIICART, Editor.
CATHCART, McMILLAi* & MORTON
? No. 18 IIayN'k Stuebt. ?
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Dally?Six Months.; a OO
Daily?Three Mouths....,??,.,?.?? ? ?O.
To New? Dealers.?3 cent*
R. R. RHETT JR., ? BROTHER.
Charleston, S. C.
F. W. DAWSON, Assistant Editor
Subscription, per. annum, payable in ndviinc:
feb 28 Oh t?
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City Printers, No. Ill East Ray.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dally one year. $?0,00%
Daily Six Months. fi,00..
Dally Three Months. 2,00.,
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