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Vjllaoe?Rev. A. .ft Diokson, ovory Sabbath at
II A. M.anoMP.M
^^^??s3fes^ ^^^^ ^iv^^T ?
Village?Rev. Sm*a'M?i.i,roHA>ip; every other
Sabbath mornipjj.an^^r^Qpn.^. <
Lullieran.
Bet. W.^AV Hpuok?At .''T!r^ty^?i:^tti'9d Sun
. jt ? V Y"V *JilJs ? ?
Ret. F. Debriok?At SbL Mattb?W.a\ 1st and Bd
Suridoys^'At^ebanpo 2^ -<
-. * , JBoDf?i. V . .
-VilEAaE?Rsv. Da. t. By Dpn^A?, let Snnday of
each month at J ft M. and 8d Sunday of eaoh' montlv
at 11 A. M. ?n<l7 ft | ,..i y .%?
Ret. Dn. I. D. DcniTAM?At Pour Holes, let Sun
day or eaen^bntKr * : ' ' ** -
W; B. 1 &WXMt^A^ let and 8d
Sundays iU each month. Santee, 2d and 4th Stin-'j
days of each month. ?
. ? >y.?*'~" ..
R*t?fo.WCHAi^^]a^^ Sunday of
each month. Canaan, 8d Sunday of eaoh month.^
Bu? 8wnmp, 4th Sunday ot each month.
BB$.JiB.ift SplaS?^AC Antioon, 2d and 4th Sun
days (morning.)-v Corinth, 2d and 4th, Sundays (af-.|
tcrnoon.) . v!>;.- - -, _\ ?
Bbv. W. J. Snidsb?At GlengaTy School House,
1st *ahd 8d Sundays.' S?ntee/ (colored Sunday
School), 2d and.4th.Sundays. . ' . \
Methodist?Apprii\faymti for\ Onangehurg Dis
trict, ?". C. Conference, 3d Quarter.
ST/^aoftOB's^lndian-Fieidsi-June'^irM.
UI'peb obanqb-t-Qalvary, June 29, BO
Blacb^illb?Hebron, July 0, 7. '
OBANOj?una-r-Zion, July 18, 14.. .,- z
PBoviDEkcE 6.'M.,t-Joly lS-and'21".-- \ * '
Ufpbb St.* MattUewb?LimcBtone, July 27y 28.
Bbanchvuxe?New Hopo, August 8, 4.
Bastebn Obanqe?Shiloh, August 10? 11?
St. MATTHEwa^?Jcrusalem, August 17, 18. ?
? iEXINGTONTrrAugUsL 24, 25.
BApjtwRi.ir-81st August, 1st September^.
AiKEN hMV GbXnitevilek?A-Ugust 7j 8:.'
> 9, Af H, GnBrar^BKBG, P. E.
.tj >;?>.%'iTff.n: ... - i-rrf X f
** Vim.ao?^-Bbv. W. G. Co^neb, every Sabbath at
11A.M.
Rev. W.'G. ConKIsb?AtPjrospeoUlBtand 8d Sun
days (afternoon.) < Zion, 2d and 4th Sundays (nftor
Boon. ? . \V? ^
, Rev.,J. S. CoaNOB,?rAt Providence, 2d and 4tk
Sundays 10J A. M. At Gcriielm, 2d and 4th Sun'
days 8J P* M. At Targetlst and 8d Sundnys 1?J
A. M. .At.Bethkhonl," 1st ond:8d Sundays, 8J P.
M, , " ' / ? ?
.Rsv. John Ikabinet.?Andrew Chapel 1st .Sun.
day, Ebenezcr and Gethsemano 2d Sunday, Trinity
8d Sunday, Calvary 4th 8unday,
Rbv. L. W. Rabt.?Trinity 1st Sunday; Calvary
2d Sunday, Adrew ?hapel 8d Sunday, EbeOcsor
-andGethsQmane24tb'Sbnday.. | { 'T v
Bev. E. A. Austin?At. Davis-Bridge, 2d Sunday
in each month at 11 A. M. Ilopowell Cliuroh, 8'd
Sunday in each month, at 11 A. M. Pine Grove
.Churoh, 4th Sunday in eaoh month, at 11 A. M.
- Rev. Thos. Ratbob?1st and 8d Sundays at Now
Hope, 10} A. M., and Bethlehem at 4 P. M. 2d and
4th Snndays'at Sardts, (near Branohville,) 10} A.
M., Cattle Creek, 4 P. IK.
Jt?"- We will bo glad t'o complete this list, and re
spectfully invite, the Clorgymen.of various., denomi
nation p to send in their appointments, and (hey will
be inserted with pleasure among the above. ? -
The Power of Prayer.
ffho Bible account of tho power of prayer is
the beat we havo of can have.
"Abraham's servant prays?Rcbekah ap
pears. ~ '/
"Jacob prays-?tho angel is. conquered j
Esau's revenge, is'changed to fraternal lovo.
"Joseph Sprays?ho. is delivered from the
prison .of . Egypt.
"M?ses prays-^-Amolek is disconafittod;
- Israel triumphs.
? "Joshua prays?the sun stands still; victory
is gained.
"David prays?Ahithbphel goes out and
hangs himself:
''Asa prays?-Israel gains.a glorious viotory.
"Jfihosaphat-prays?God turns away his
anger and smiles.
"Elijah prays?the little oloud appears, tho
rain descends upon th? earth.
"Elisha prays?the waters of the Jordan are
. divided; a child is restored to lifo.
"Isaiah prays?one hundred eighty and four
thousand Assyrians are dead.
* '-'Hezekiah prays?the sun dial is turned
. back r his life is prolonged.
"Mordecai prays?Haman is hanged j Israel
is free.
? "Nehemiah prays-^the King's heart is soften
ed in h moment.
"1,,'rn prays?the walls of. Jerusalem begin
to rise.
"Tho Churcli- prays?the Holy Ghost is
^McVout*^' *-r - V %
"The Churcli prays aguiu?J'otcr is delivered
by an angel. ? *
"Paul and Silas pray?tho prison shakes;
the -door opons r every man's hands arc loosed."
AGRICULTURAL, &G.
Salt as an Article of Food.
Xs$0n$'is"'*vj - ? - i
The true value of salt for feeding to animals
is neither ns well known nor appreciated as it
should bo by farmers.' That animals actually
require it, io shown by the amount of salt con
tained ih the blood .of the human, .species, be
ing fully } percent., and of the ashes of blood
?57} per cent. : It has uho, been! asoortained
that this proportion ncvor varies, and if not
supplied in tho food, other parts of the system
have to furnish it to thoir own injury. And,
what is true of the human species,' is equally
true of animals, whiofc suffer from the dpejra
?d^fio?''Mmovatt^BV when deprived of aalferj
tho rest "of their system is depleted of its duo j
proport ion jn. the "blood; ^d.whoeq jfrec equili
brum of the system ia' in this way dIsturbed v
the animal is moro liable to disease, and to
p8JIX^I^f)>it^hQ|^^ol^ ['I \V\
. That the natural instincts of the animals
prompts them to the use of salt, i? evident
from their visiting the saltlicks, of the Western.
States, previous toanddufmg '^dir early set
tlements., a?$iV<gra wnat fp^stil^witnessed at
$he present-day ?n''thd: pampas of South Amer
ica, where herds oi wild horses and cattle go
many miles to the salt licks to obtain their
much-needed supply.
* TlHjj^&M?OXfc?? doubt that ,-frecmqnt .ae
cess 'to aoiY prevents many- of the disoasos to
which animals are liable; for When it has boen
regularly given? them,'it has |x>eert | productive
of the best results, .as ovinccd in their exemp
tion- (from disease. The .presence of salt
in large quantities in the cellular tissues,
shows conclusively the important influence
which it* exorts in tho' production ? of flesh
and fat' in animals. . Salt by increasing
the flow of saliva, assists digestion; and further
aids it by promoting thrist, and a constant sup
ply of fluid to assist in dissolving 'much of the;
food that would otherwise be imperfectly di
gested. It has boon found by active experi
ments, carefully conducted,- that salt given to
hogs accelerates their fattening; ami that when
two hogs were fattened at the same time, one
with,., and ono without a supply of salt,
that,the one supplied with suit,, oxcecdod
the other in weight 50 pounds,-and fatted
easier and in five weeks less time.?Rural
American. ^} ?* > ' Jkjj c \ , . '
Rules For Farmers.
? 1. The farmer ought to rise parly, to soe
that others do ep, nod that both his example
be followed and his orders obeye'd.
2. The* whole farm ??liould be* regularly in
spected, and not only every field examined,
but every beast seen at least once a day.
i 3, In a considerable farm it is of the utmost
consequence to hnVe hands specially appropri
ated for each of the most important depart
ments of labor, for there is often a great loss
'of time; where persons are frequently changing ]
their employments, and the work is ' not execu
[ ted.so well. .!
4. ; Every means should be thought of to
diminish labor or to incYcnno its power. For
instance, by proper arrangement, five horses
may do as much labor ah'rix perform,, accord
ing to the usual mode of employing.them.
5. A farmer, xjught never to engage in a
work, whethor of ordinary practice or intended
improvement, oxcopt aftor tho most careful in
quiries; but when begun, JiO ought to proceed
in it with much attention a"nd perseverance un
til, he has givon it a fair trial.
6. It is a main object in management not to
attempt too much, and never to begin u work
without a probability of being able to finish it
in due season.'
7. Every farmer should have a book for insert-,
ing all those-useful hints which arc ho. frequent
ly pecurring in books, in papers, and gathered
in the course of his reading, or in a practical
management of his farm.?Sinclair.
Numbjsr of Nails to the-Pound.?It
may be well to hear what an man that ''had
nothing to do and oouldn't sleep/' should say
about spikes and nails. Ho says there are not
quite fiyo.7 inch spikes to tho pouud; seven G
inch do.; ten 5 inch do., twelve 4<j inch do.;
and sixteen 4 inch do., [Cumberland manufac
ture.] Also, that there aro?
?34 20 penny nails, which are 3J inches long.
? 54 12 " . ? " 3
68 10 m ' M " 21
101 8 '< ? " 2i
141 7 '? ? " 21 "
.167 6 ' " ? " 2
232 -6 " ?* " ?"
353 4 ? .?. U
357 3 " " ? 1 "
[Germantoicn' Telegraph.
PAINTER'S NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO IN
form Jho Citizens of Orangcburg and sur
rounding Districts that ho is now proparcd to do
HOUSE PAINTING, GRAINING, MARBLING,
GLAZING AND PAPER HANGING,
also
CALCSINTERING
OLD PLASTERED WALLS
Making them look, when done, much hotter than
when first Plastered. AH work done at the Short
est Notice and warranted for Looks and Durability.
AH Orders left at tucStoro of Mr. J. B. Phclps will
be promptly attended t'c?
Country Produce at MARKET RATES, will bo
received for work. When necessary, ho will give
twelve-', months indulgence for the amount of Con
tract?oxoept sufficient, to cover expenses.
W. C. "MITCHELL,
a pi 1?, . 3m
THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.
Is Published Monthly
AT ATHENS, GEORGIA,
BY
WM. INT. WHITE.
??:o:? -y
TERMS.-^Two Dollars per year, or $1 for sit
months; 60 cents for three months \u Al?
vancb. Single oopies 20 oonts,
IST AH Communications fqp the pappr oi)i) Sub
soriptlonB must ho otldrcssetf to WM. N. WHITE,
?Athens Ga. ?
pinr.28 g ' .If
THE CHEAPEST STEEL AND. IRON HOES OF
direct Importation from the English .Manufac
tory, aro to be found at
EZEKIEL k KOHN'S.
fob 28 ? * ? y 1?
I
E YOU .WANT' A CHEAP PAPER
TAiyffTHB "OrAX^EBUR? NeVI." '
^Efee Soutitern Drug Store
?'Y >;fl<
Mvf M. SHULER,
* . t ? '? J i t JJ A /' f. i 1 ' ' ?
DRUGS, .^Pp DRUGS,
Medicines, Wk Medicines.
. PATENT MEDICINESOF ALL KINDS,
Pttlhls; Oils and Brushes,
Dye StU?s, '
* Lye and Potash, . "? . '
Maizena arid Corn Si arch, ' _
Cooking and Washing Soda,
COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, - NERVE POWDER,
* &c.,* Prepared by Ephraim Larrabee,
BITTERS of all.Kinds,. .
TRUSSES, Singh) and double, Large and Small, '
Fine Smqking and Chewing TOBACCO,
Fine BRANDIES and WINES for Medical purposes,
PERFUMES and TOILET SOAP8.
Bestof flSfM Powders.
CnU and ask for what you Want in the Drug Line,
fob 28: ? o ly
CHARLESTON CARDS.
_._i_. _._
8, Thomas, Jr., Wm. 8. Lanheau.,
William G. WMlden & Co.
Formerly of u
H AYDEN & W HILDEN,
t ukai.siis IN
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, CROCK
ERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE, AND
HOUSE FURNISHING
ARTICLES..
Old Gold and Silrer purchased. Watches and
. Jctcclvy Repaired.
225 King-St., Corner of Hoautain,
AT WHOLES A LEU IIAYNE STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C. '
fob 28 ? c . ly
H. L. Jeffers & Co.,
FACTOES
AND
Commission Merchants^
CHARLES TO.V, .& C.
M . Mm ?
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALfi
of Co'tton and other Produoo. Order? for sup
pTloji oar?fuBy attonded to.
R?fcr tu Ct'iptnln John A. Hamilton, R. G. Shine,
Esq., Orangeburg. Dp, Wtw. C. \Y|)o|Btnuc, St. Mat
thews.
apl 0 tf
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FA TORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and
?SHIPPING AGENTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE,
'? sale and shipment to Foreign and Do
mestic Port?, of Cotton, Rico. Lumber and Nav
al Stores..
. ATLANTIC WHARF,
OlIA^HlJESTOTSr, B. C.
E. WILLIS. ALEX. IL CftlSOLM.
feb23 1 y
CHARLESTON HOUSE.
?:o;?
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
wholesale and retail dealers in
DRY GOODS.
ah Ooods are selected opeoinlly for our
SOUTHERN TRADE.
at the old stand, no. 287 king street,
Three doors below Wcntworth,
CHAR EES TOE, S. C.
Terms Cash, or City Aeecptunee.
all orders promptly attended to.
il c. Stoj.i.. ('ii.uu.Ks WSOB. ii. c. Wai.ui'n.
fob 23 0 tf.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
Direct Importers and Dealers
.IN
HARD WARE, CUTLERY. GUNS,
rar iron, Steel, nails,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &C.
No. 139 Meeting-street,
near charleston hotel, and
Ara B2 EAST RAY,
CHAKLESTON, 8. C.
J, ELLISON ADOER. E. 1). ROBINSON.
A. MeD. BROWN, c. h. MOFFETT.
J. ADGER SMYTH,
feh 23 3m
TI-I15
Charleston Daily News,
O. R. CATHCART, Editor.
CATHCART, McMlLLAN ft MORTON
Proprietors,
No. 18 Haynk Stokkt.
CITY PRINTERS.
TERMS CASH.
SUBSCRIPTION.'
Daily?Tw cd vc'Months.$ 10 Ot>
Daily?Six MontltH.'.. 5 Q0
Daily?Three .Months.... ?2 .r>(>
Single Copies.ft centa
To News Dcalors.3 cents
- . "QuickSales?ndSmallProfite/' ' ? ?? i
-;o:? .
-. vi -. ? y ? > ? ?
11 ?
CORNER STORE, R?S?ELL-STREET AND RAIL R?AD AVENUE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! ;
-:o:- . ?: ; 0\ u -if
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE CITIZENS OF ORANOEBURG Dis
trict (but they have '. ??? '?'*>.. ?V A.-. {
. RECEIVED AND NOW OPENBD^*-^*???
THEIR SECOND SUPPLYOF
SPRINCr AKD SIMIER GOODS,
Purchnsctl since tbc recent DECLINE IN COTTON, Mhioh enable thfem to sejl " ? . -V
CHEAP FOE CASH
At Prices to suit the TIMES, and lower than hare been offered sidce the War.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING
CALICOS- at lOe. GOOD CALICOS nt 12$c. BEST CALICOS from'16c. to 20.
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS from 12Jc. to 30. A GOOD ARTICLE 1 yd wide at 20c. V
FAST COLORED SCOTCH MUSLINS at 2?0.
.. ? ?
Together with the above niny be found
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF .
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, ETC.
LOW FOR CASn OR DARTER,
may 11 ly * JOHN D. STOCKKK ?i CO.
IIST EQUITY.
orangeburg district:
The 8tntc or South Carolina 1 .
Ex. Rel. ? > In re lost document*.
Solicitor Southern Circuit. J
Application having been made hy JamcB W. Heed
and wife and others, for leave to prove the existence
Iosr and contents of a Deed of Conveyance in Trust,
made under order of the Court of "Equity in Febru
ary, 1850, to Levi S. Tyler for the use of J. W.
Heed and wife for joint lives, remainder to survivor
f?r life, and afterwards to the issue of the wife?
On motion of Hutsons k Lcgarc, Solicitors for Ap
plicant, it. is ordercd,#rimt all pcrsbnB who desire
so'tn do, may appear and cross examine the evidence
produced nnd introduce evidence iii reply, before
me on the 17th day of November hext.
Commissioner's Ollice. 1 ? V. D. JAMISON,
Orangeburg C. H. V Commissioner.
Mnr. 27, 18(17. j XII
mnr .'10 ' ? 8m .
IN EQUITY,
ona>*ceavkg .district.
The State cx rclntioiie ") Bill to
Solicitor Southern Tircult. V perpetuate
In rc lost Document*, J Testimony.
Application lii:v!li?? lion bind? hr Mrs. (My Mutts
to prove Die Existence. J.t;.-!! MUX Cotlt tills of Hie j
last Will and Testament of James D. Meits, decess..^ '
Go uiui!?:' ">*l-c. T?1,ir & Dibbl*. Solicitor-, it ]
is ordered, That all persons w?C Desire so to do, \
may appear and oross examine the evidence pro
duced, and introduce evidenceiu reply before me on
the 20th day of Juno noj;t,
CornmiHsiottci' M Ofhoe, | \'. p. V. J A M ISDN, :
Orangeburg 0, 11-, \ Coiltiniioduiior,
March 4. JKU". J
mar 2? 8m
IN EQUITY, .
OltAXOtiBtT.O distiitct.
Henry Livingston, Ex'or of Will of Ibtpict Living.- j
rngslpn, vs. 15. Williamson und other
Devisees ami Legatees.
It appearing to my satisfaction, that the Defen
dants. Henry and George- Williamson. Elizabeth,
King, widow, and the children of John and J -
scph Williamson, deceased, are absent from and
reside beyond the limits of the Slato. it is or
dered, on motion of Hutsons k Legarc, That they
do appear and plead, answer nnd demur to the com
plainants' hill of complaint within forty days from
this date, or a decree of Pro Confess*) wHl be en
tered against them. V. D. V. JAMISON,
may 2??(it XII ? Commissioner.
IN EQUITY,
ORANGEBURG district.
The State of South Carolina, \ In lie.
Ex. Bel. Sol'r. Southorn Circeult. | Lost Documents
Application having been mude by Joseph*II. Mor
gan to prove the past existence loss and contents of
the lust Will and Testament of Martin Friday, de
ceased,?on.motion of Hutsons & Legare. Solicitors
for applicant. It it? ordered, That nil persons who
desire so to do, have leave to appear ami cross ex
amine the evidence produced, nnd introduce evi
dence in reply before me on the 18th day of (Sep
tember next.
Commissioner's Office, ) V. D. V. JAMISON,
Orangeburg C. If., > Commissioner. ?
Juno 12, 1867. j
june 15 xli 8m
IN EQUITY,
orangeburg district.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1 Bill to
Ex Bel Solicitor. J- Perpetuate
In Re Lost Documents. J Testimony.
A]>plication having been made bv William II.
Ehney to prove the existence, loss amWoulcnts of a
Deed of Release, made by William H. Corbet I iu the
year 18f>0 to said applicant, upon motion of Messrs.
Hutsons & Lcgarc, Solicitors, it in ordered, That till
persons who desire so to do, may appear and cross
examine the evidence, and introduce evidence in re
pby before me on the 80th day of July A. D., 18(57.
Commissioner's Office, 1 V. D: V. JAMISON,
Orangeburg ('. II. > Commissioner.
April 80, rHoT j may 4 XII com?8
Tho Slate of South Carolina,
.orangeburg district.
In tho Court of Common Pleas.
IL II* Jennings, Jno. T. Jennings, va- F. A. Wijcox
son, A. E. Tulr.tndge.
* attachment,
WHEREAS Ihe Plaintiffs djd on the 20th day
of May tile their declaration- against the De
fendants, who (as it is said) are absent frn.ni and
without the limits of this State, and have neither
wives nor nttorneys known within the same, upon
whom a copy of said declaration may bo iforved;
On motion of Hutsons k Legare, Plaint Ill's Attorneys
it is ordered, that tho said DefeuduuLs do appear,
nnd plead to tho said declaration on or before the
22nd day of May, which will ho iu tho year of our
Lord, Ono Thousand Eight Hundred and Kixty
olght, otherwise final and absolute judgment will
then he given ami awarded against then\.
J. P. ROBINSON,
May 20, 18C7. XX jun 1 eHm? C. C. P.
Whiskey labels FOR sale, in
quantities-to suit Pjirelin^ors. Apply
' at this Office.
"The Church of the Strangers,"
? N E W Y O R K,
REV. DR. DEEMS) Pastor.
STRANGI3R8 VISITING NEW YORK ARE Rfi
spcctfully informed that n congregation, com
posed of Christians of diffcrcnt-I?ro;tcstant denomi
nations, lias boon organised under the Pastoral
charge of the Rev. Charles F. Deems, D. D.,
The service is held morning and night in the
Largo Chapel of the University, two blocks west
of the New York Hotel.
The Pastor's residence and post office address is
221 West 34th Street. Strangurs in the city, who
arc- sick or in distress, may freely call upon Dr.
Deems for pastoral service.
When any member of any Church comes to New
York to engage in business, let him call promptly on
the Pastor of the Chnrch of the strangers. Espe
cially let this bo done in the case of young men who
will hove n cordial welcome.
? jnnc 1? .g tf .
STEVENS HOUSE,
21, 23, 25 tfc 'Ti'J'hrimiuMff, X. Y. -
Opposite Bowling Grccrj.
9. ON T ILK E 1*B O P E A N F L A Jf *. '
rpilE MTKVKJvS mXnVi'U *vlf.ifcdVW??t> Imorii
:i to the trarcHlag public. The lorntlbn is es
pecially suiiab!?? ?? in<rr?,,*?iti aud bustuws Men : It
Li ?in close prciimUy iu ii.'; i/u part of .he
uii? ? It '* i-." 1,!,rhw:iy of Southern nnd'"Western
travel?and adjacent lo'alb de prineipal Raihoa.!
and Steamboat dcpul."
Tho*STEYENS HOUSri 1 'lher.il accommoda
tion for over ?:uti guems?b jw wen .".'nistu-d, and
possoEtfOK ovory modern Improvement for u.C or,m
fort for Itii iumatoa. Tito t'?ouui uro -?paolous- ana
wob votiillatod?provided with gr?* and wider?the
uttondancu is prompt and rei>p?qtful~^aud rjio table
is generously provided .?? Itli uvory didiuiwy of the
season?nt moderate into*. ?
The room* having Jieen refui uished and ?'emodul
ed. we ufa enabled in ?U'er ejcira facilities, for the
Vonifui't und pleasure of our uuuMMi
GEO." K. CHAPE & CO.,
junc 1?1m Proprietors.
The Mercury.
CONDUCTED BY
lt. R. RIIETT Jit., k ?ROTHEH.
Charleston, S. C.
F. W. DAWSON, Assistortt Editor
Subscription, .per annum, payable in advance:
Daily. $8,00.
Tri-Wuokly.I. $4,00.
feb28 dh tf
The CUarloston Courier.
PUBLISHED BY
A. 8. WILLINGTON & CO.,
City Printers, No. Ill East Ray.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
TERMS.
Daily one year.;. $10,00.
Daily Six Months.?s 6,00.
Daily Three ^Months. ' 2,50.
TrMVoekly, one year... 0,00.
Tri-Woekly, Six Months. 4,00.
R
. List of Letters '
EMAINING IN THE TOST OFFICE UNCALL
ed for?Juno 1, 1807.
B.
Bartley, W. X.
C.
Collins, A. J.
Collier, Absalom col'd.
Cherubufiki, MrH. J. V.
D.
Darlington. Edic.
DeSavillc, Mrs.
F.
Foreditt, J. B.
Felder, Ira 0.
O.
Oleom, David
Glover, Miss .Violet
Golsan, Sam'l R.
Green, Owen
Guess, J. G.
Adm'r Est. of G. Rilcy,
? II.
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