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JT?JBUpHEp BY RljQgkOT,},
Tk^cthuiHst district' b?nMeiice.
,i.y7*??i)b ?.?<? ???? . <*' ?' k? * ?' ?? fi.i-J
. JWT'rr* /?F/TH? COMMITTKK ON MtNl HI Kill AI.
?"?' ' srjM?ouT.-: ! ,/";;
i ; The great principle that the wbrkinati. ia
%dttHy' bif his liirb, runs through every depart
ment of human work. Political coomoiny as
1 11 wj Divine government, recognizes tho right
<X^|rh)n ttvory man has in his labor. In, all the
. pursuits of industry wo readily acknowledge
this claim and meet tho demands. Iii all these
pursuits every man has n right to set n price
' on his labor, and those who will, may. avail
themselves of his services at that price or do
without his aid. 'There is no>i'eason why these
principles should not be maintained in the
Ministry. Tho Church of God ought to insist
every whore that it'is a duty to sustain the
^?BrKigWof jdic Lord and not a charity. ?'pn
^""tributibhs made to this cause are not gifts, but
the^/iueht of delJts we owe to tho Highest
Power, especially in the Methodist Church,
when be it remembered, that the Ministry
hnve Voluntarily surrendered the right to fix
their.salaries, It becomes not only a religious
t duty, but a debt of honor for a Methodist to
^ tpajy hiB preacher.
no-.*We recoinincnd for the more efficient action
;ifrlh|> future, that the Stewards meet in the
:beginning uf tho ye; , make n liberal allow
ance for the support of the ministers, and di
this amount among the different Churches.
???/Then we rocomtuend thnt euch Church bittet n
;' Committee who shall assess every member ac
cording to their ability. Whenever it is prac
ticable let the Stewards elect one of their body
to visit the Churches and set forth to them the
claims of the ministry and urge the people to
ralfy"to their support.
H o are sorry to report so large a deficiency
?? at this timo iu our District. The various as
sessments amount to $0.000, of this amount
only $2,159,42 have been collected, leaving to
'ftb* raised $0.840,58. As tho time is now short.
jf&ly two monthsand a hulf to Conference, it is
evident the most vigorous efforts must be made.
^'ipr'OW pastors will suffer. Jjct every charge
.' And every man und woman come up to the
'^elp.of tho Stewards in this work.
V" We recommend that the 1\ E. prepare and
send to the different charges a minute report of J
the prcscu.t condition of our finances.
?.|il,t?M it. W. HATES.
\lt .. , Chairman.
rtrw rlfftp'1 I -
\? hH '-.-lii .
&KPOKT OK TIIK COMMITTKK <)>.' TJ1K STATK OF
V' 'The Committee on the State of the Chihch
luiR . '?
beg leave- respect full v to re port.
La<r?e heard, with deep interest, the re
*b?jpcfrtP?'?of rthe Pastors of the several charges
jl^^j^tj^'^Uistrict, on their separate fields uf la
bor^ and it in 'with gratitude and devout thnuks
"j^Vibft'fo Almighty God, that we record, that
the Church, throughout the District, is in
* sound condition, that success has crowned
the'efforts of'the ministry, and that at several
points God has been pleased abundantly to
pour out His Kpirit, and to bring many into the
Church, and to a saviug knowledge of sins for
^?"'?The''desolations of war, the destruction of
;. ; some of our Church edifices and class books-,
?and the great loss of property, consequent upon
*:f?ei Inarch of the Federal army through a por
-rtiolr of the District nenr the close of the war,
ntp impoverished and demoralized our arrange
?mpnts as well as our people for a time, that the
prospect was. indeed gloomy for the future of
;tlb.e Church. Dut we have steadily gone for
vwnrd, our ministers have not flinched, but have
ibecu found faithfully at their pests amid the
.hardships and privations consequent upon such
:A state. The churches have rallied and conic
Jto the help of the ministry, holding tip their
vNmm by thoir kind sympathies iind prayers, and
?fejVjii4?.op interest, at some points nt lctist, in
?ih'eir temporal welfare. Tudor the blessing of
-.LIod;und through the united efforts of the inin
''ptfjf bJxi loit^., .the gjootn has been dissipated,
.f&e,<'JLny.d. has been dispersed, light shines nil
?ajrouv.d. and -.with the prospect of n successful
^tyire iSion inov.C'i.siuouLljJy ouwartl,
^?ybytr conumtyee ore sorry, however, to re
.jjtprlnn apparent delinquency in some places in
Regard to the finances of the Church, and
(Would .respectfully urge upon nil. a liberality
'^rbpmiionnto to their ability njad tkcu we shall
rkaKq.Mothjng to fear on the subject.
?^T^bur committee take pleasure in being able
-to report so favorably of the S. S. cause. This
"fhijwrtant interest of the Church has not been
neglected, but hundreds of our children are
being'taught in this institution of the Church,
l/Wdid prepared to take the places of their fath
ers and mothers in the House of God. Wo
would urge an increase of effort in this direc
tion also, for there are many Sabbath school
children stftl without instruction.
The Literature uf the Church.?Our books
jftnd periodicals are receiving some attention,
\>m ty4> OS much as we desire. We hope to be
able to give that interest moro attention in the
future, as the harvest has come and the Lord
ftas, blest the laborer's toil. The religious stale
of o.ur colored population is rather nil indefin
able nm>. hut ttill, they as a people, seem re
ligipjujdy- incljutul, nnd have servieos regularly.
Srrme'BtiJl oliilg to the ojd church, but many
Jmyo been drawn away, and gone they kuow
not whore. Many of them ns regards dpnoiui
'^IwV'x "ut u,uny of theni have returned to us,
nnd we believe, that with proper management,
ojthers wiH see their error and pursue the saino
enursQ.i For further information.on the stib
jec^s'ltb^iii cinbraced. your eoinpiitlce would
refer to the reports of the sracial^ounniitecs ou.
these subjects. g 'I ^| ' g ? T
All of which is rcspeoStffly srib?ittcd?- '
i Chairman. j\ ,
'" / ' ' .-?T/.
HKPOnT ON SUNDAY SCIIOCIi CAUSK.
The Coinmittco t^ Jlup?x \fta 'referred thid,
interest beg leavc^o reportf *
Yo^r;Con^nittef\i^avo bnd. this, subject fcbp
forort^e^i ajfd fiqgj^at ^Jeujijjs d^lae^ in
ottr Church system that it did not in years
past, j It, js now siiporjyJpnd<?d by a^'M-ethodist
Sunday School Society" with its ? Board of
Managers"; bud'it^ia yo^ganic in otir 'system.,
This is shewn bytiie labtj that a Superinten
dent of a Sunday School, a member of our
Church is a Member of the high Court of Ap
peals^tlto. Q?drtorly; Conference. The dis
cipline requires reports to bo made by the
Church oflicors to her judicatories. that the
Church may have this subject always under
hur contra} and :ovcrf>ight.- This arrangement
is 'hi'accordance1 with our religious faith!* We.
believe in infant redemption?infant member
ship?and the Sunday .school embraces infant
instruction and training, Rothat any interest or
action in reference to Sunday School is in refer
ence to a substantial part*of our religion and
its outward manifestation.
Like other branches of this great saving
system it has its difficulties, and some of thcin
are peculiar to us When devastating armies
over-ran" our couri'try. and occupied our
Churches, they scattered our Sunday School
books away far and wide, and in sonic cases
even took the pulpit books away from their
cushions, and having desolated our fields it has
left many of our Schools destitute of'booKs.
There has been such a want of teachers as
to some extent to damage our Suudny-Sehool
cause. To reform the old ami hardened sin
ner?to break the yoke of sinful bondage which
has been fastened on thu neck of the old four
scores of years?)' to' ''force- in the heads and
hearts of those who have entertained ignorance
and superstition, knowledge and the love of
God, duty to Him might indeed be discour
aging; but to find a backwardness in teaching,
guiding, leading dear young precious children
in the sweetness;and simplicity of childhood is
a fault v. e ought not to lind in any who believe
our doctrines, or who look teilte future' with
interest; - >
There have been ?some cases where there
have been men and women ready to teach but
the attendance of children could not be secured.
Parents did not feel tfcAtfthjy/ireeded the-help
of the Church to';4ran: up their children in the
nurture hfi'd adtfioTiitirin iiif the LoVd." They
admitted 1 hat they, the parents, needed the
Church by joining it; but their children did
not. llevcrsing the order of nature, sending
the old to (seh,oo). for the Church ia Christ'
School on earth, and letting the children go
without., f j f/'oi !T
High waters to cross in a sparsely settled
country gives such discouragement as your
cniinnitti.cvutost regard as insuperable. The
cold of winter; is easily met by the cheapness
id* the stove and boundless breadth cd' our
forest harvest of lire wood. 1'ojur committee
would suggest' that there are reasons which
have sprung up around us which should make
Methodism pause before she suffers these or
any other 'embarrassments to stop her in Sun
day school activities. Her aggressive action
must tunt.toithc steady duties of the Sunday
school to find asttCCCSS which she once found in
the thousands of unconverted out in the broad
world; but by the power which Methodism it
self hac put forth amongst the churches, there
is now found but few families not under some
denominational influence. So that if .Metho
dism is to live in the future it must live in the
hearts and profcssiouB of these.children who
must bear our names when we lie in the dust,
and on the fields of missionary labors where
Methodism is attacking the strongholds of
Satan in heath end- in. That our church may
be true to her children and "the heathen in his
blindness" is.ouly to wish und pray that she
may continue to be a church of our Lord and
Saviour .Jesus Christ.
We offer the following resolutions :
AVW/v//. That we are glad that the faith
and action uur church con templates in reference
to children agree.
J?(.<i>lrtfi, That wo contend earnestly for the
prosperity and success of our efforts in outward
action, as for the inward "faith once delivered
to the Saints."-that our Sunday schools maybe
a prhjso in ?II the churches.
j. jt. pjckkt;
Chairman.
A BPIJEXUIO OPPORTUNITY
von
A I'iWl- ITAHLE AND SAFE INVESTMENT.
j An ACHES OE J.AND. situated on tin: dull
J \ f\S Stvawip I toad, within Hie Corporate Limits
of Orangeburg, H. ('., being a part of the Estate
Lands of .1. .1. Andrews, deceased, ivill bit sold in
Lots varying in size from
5 to 20 ACHES,
to suit purchaser*1,
A Phil ol tlio entire 'i'rtu i ?vill tig inodu by a
Enuipulcul Surveyor, laid oll" ?vith Stints, ."tc. And
the whole will l>e Sold at Public tinlerv, on the
Land itself, hy Lots, io the Highest bolder, Joe
(.'ash, on the
25fij DAY OF DECJ3MBKK
J. HESSE AN DE EWS,
Executor,
net 5 ((1
EZEKIEL & KO I IN
i' LAV AYS HAM-ION If AND, HK/>T HOCK LI.MIL
\ .h(st received 'la barrels.
Ich*! c if
A
?\roiiTia N A\I> C II I I, I? Ii E tf'S
I CLOTH INC. for srflo low at
OVMI? V.'ADK I EL & LOHN S
y pHA^STON CARDS._]
~L ^TKMPLK OF FASHION.
Importer and ^Dealer In
HATS, CAPS, PUPS and UMBRELLAS,
200 KbjipjrStrcat, XHIAELKSTON, S. C.
Bopt'JB \ ]_3m
7 _&.. C A * iJL i>KAi|TnLijL a \_y
Vll Kinds of Leaf Tobacco, and Manufacturer
i of Fine Havana and Domeslio ?Schars,
No. If? Society Street, One. Door From Kinff,
C II A ULK N T 0 N, S. C.
--<i??
Sample? Scut by Express,
sept 21 in 8
Zimmerman' Davis,
COTTON F.U'TOR ASM)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Adder's North Wharf,
: i ''t?? ': " >*? ? .1 ? ? ? -i,.
Consignment* Respectfully Solicited,
wept 21 m 3
WM! WALTON SMITH,
COTTON FACTOl I
?ami?
COM M1 SSI ON M Fj HC 11 ANT,
llnyee i0 f'o.'s H7w/;/*
CHARLESTON, S. 1).
X^jJ' Prompt and personal attention given to tlie
snle of Cotton. .
aug 24 ums ?
CUfL WALTER & CO.,
and '
COMMISSION M KRCHANTS, -
Aiiyrr .< North \\liarf,
C II A H Ij E S T O N . S. C.
?o
Eiheral Advances made on all Produce Con
signed to tlieir Care.
QKO. It. WAl.TKIl, w'.V. J. mYoCMACK,
E. a. WALTKK.
sept 21 in 3
OSWELL REEDER,
COTTON FACTOR
A X11
GENERAL COMMISSION M EUCH ANT.
ADOERS XORTU .WHARF,
C II A R L E S T ON. S . C .
Consignments Respectfully Solicited.
Kept 21 III
C. ('l.Ai-It s. A. Vi'lTTK.
OLA01US & WITTE,
NO. 80 KAST ISA r.
C 11 A R L K S "1 O N. S. C.
Coimnksion Merchants,
and f-j-^
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Gr?cth'ii*. /Vm/vVooms, //?"J'juig, J\>>i>r und
hhjnor*.
sept 14 ""' Gin
"Burnliam's Drug Store."
I WOU.D UKSl'ECTFrjil.Y l ' A I.I. TU K
?attention of my tri ends and those of my
father to the large stock oTDrugs, Perfum
ery, Dye Stulls atiij Patent .Medicines,
which will he sold low for cash, such as
iiUV "iiium. Loheliu. Ihmdiaius Ondfrcys C?r
dhd and Ihtbrtul Tlllh":-1'"- eilhvr whole
sale or retail.
Call and examine my Stuck, a* it Is no trouble to
show my floods.
Country orders tilled ivhll lliesaiui* dispel ell a?
before the war. E. S. HIRNIIAM,
No. 421 King Street. near Calhoun-St.,
Sign lied Mortar,
sept 21?!!)j| Charleston. S. t'.
WILLIS & CHI30LM,
FACTORS, COKMlHftiON MERCHANTS
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS.
TTILL ATT EN!) T< 1T11E I'URCIlAS K,
\ y sale and shipment to Foreign and l>o
niostio Ports, of Cotton, Rice, Lumber and Nav
al Stores.
ATLANTIC WHARF,
c11 vVi\Li"srrc)\, s. c.
E. Wl LIAS. AI.EX. It. ( IllStll.M.
feh 2? 1 y
CHARLESTON HOUSE.
[iL, WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
All Olinds. are selected specially for our
SOUTHERN TRADE.
AT THE 01.1) STAND, NO. 28? KINO STREET,
Three doors below Wentworth,
C '/fA R h KS TON, S. ('.
Terms Cash* or City Acceptance.
Abb ORDERS PKUMI'TI.Y ATTENDED TO.
IL C Stum,. Cii.\tti.i:s Wkiiii. II. C. AValkkii.
leb 2:5 c if
H, L. Jeffers & Co.,
FACTORH
AND
Commission Merchants,
VirAUUCSTON. s. ('.
SPECIAL ATTENTION ?lYEN To THE SALE
of Cotton ami ether Produce. Orders for sup
plier carefully alien.lud to.
Refer to Captain John A. Hamilton. Ii. 0. -Staue.
Esq., Ornngebuig. Dr. Wm. C. Whetslouo, Si. .Mat
thews.
???pi 0 ft
IRON TIES,
A^T;; Ii E I) U O 10 D- P R I U E S.
JUST RECEIVED A F HKS 11 SUMMA' OF
Beard's Patent Slot Tie, j
and
'Jlrttf?'* Patent Im),n,v,,7 Jin)file Tie
rfJKiU Wl *y.* L; J?B , SOLD A T (m BA TLY It B
j (.In6i:il pi-iocs and on lihuml terms.
Dcnlers supplied at u heavy discount.
UEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
oct ??Rt Factors.
J. A. Quackenbusli.,
120 EAST BAY,
(! II A R L E S T 0 N , S 0 .
WHOLESALE GROCER,
AND
Commission Merchant,
PEAL Kit IN
Sugar. Tons. Racon, Lard, Fish and Salt, etc.
sept M in 0
ir. uisrnoKK. <?. wVn.KKttN.
Henry Bischoff & Co.,
WHOLES ALK Olt?CERS
AM) liKAt.KltS IN
WINKS. LIQUORS, SUGARS, &c,
No. 1!?7 Kast liny.
(' II A R L E S T O X , S . 0.
sept It Ml I'*
SAM'L K MARSHALL,
- I Ml'OUT Kit AND I) K.M. Kit IX
English and ?moi'ich'i.
HARDWARE.
Cl.'TLKRV;
Ol/NS.
.\ x n
Agricultural Implements,
si?;n of til is (ibiiDEN ?.?*x.
I:-H0 Kiii- Street. :!d Dooir RcloW Society.
CHARLESTON, S. ('.
sept 14 ?i?
Wagener, Heatli & Moiisecs,
vlanTAf 10X AND vav.il.v
GROCERS,
WHOLESALE AX D RETAIL,
llatn, fhtcn'h ShpuLlvri'. I'evlt. Rt el. I'lorrr.
Sugar. (\ifiev. Tcu. etc.. vie..
WINES, LIQUORS. SKR A us AX;>
t o >: v c c o
Vox. lit'I ami li'i'i Kti.i/ /!<"/.<or. wstfert.
CH A R LESXON. S. v.
k.y All t)Vfl*v* lf\v Vl{?f*?d<:d tu- , . '{
????Dl 1-1 JO ?*?
1'lliiMAS, .11:
\V>;. S. L.lXKI'..\ri.
William G. Whiklen & Co.
foij'mf.ki.y of
IIA Vi? EN ? WIN f/Di'.X*.
in: \ 1.1:1:$ \l\
i WATCHES. .IEWE LEY. St LY F.lMV A HE. CROCK
ERY. CHINA. CLASS WAKE. A*2> B
house FcitNisnixc!
\ AltTH'i.ES;
(tl<l Gold ami Sift ifair* ha si if. Ii", rtehes ami
,/ewelrt/ Ucjiain
22") King-St..:C?iruc:- ol' llcnufam.
.i r wholesa ue 11 .//?' vxe steeet
CHARLESTON. S. C.
full 2:1 " ly
Fall and Winter Clothing
^ 7 'flF*
Nl
a 11) KIAXi STRKET,
West Side. One Door South ??(' .Market Street.
CHARLESTON S. C.
Now opened, an Elegant Supply of FALL and
WIXTEH CLOTIIINtS, all .ptalilics. Fine medium
ami low priced for Dress and Business purposes.
Also Boys ('Lulling to suit all ages.
TA I LOIS S XU I>I-:i\i EST.1I KA'T
Supplied iritli n tine assortment of Floths; Cassi
inere and Y eatings made to order in hot style.
(Luids also sohl liy the yard.
We invite purchasers In call and look through
i the Supply, which is offered at LOW IMtlCHS.
WM. MATTIMESSKN, Agent.
B. W. MoTiMtiaii's, Superintendent.
oel I'J in ?_'
HIIJSKKS EIOII.SU,
(i-(iRMi:ui.y Mas. iuiuh.r's,)
# 2SI KINO STRKET,
llefwchi Wenfworth ami Ifaxrl Street*, ami
within three minutes' walk of alt the
Principal II holcsufq ami Uiiail
I louses of Mi 11,ij. Kin;/ ami l/ainu Struts,
ami the. Post ??cc, Churlcstou, S. (j.
The City llailtvay, which runs to each extremity
of the City, is within titty yards <>! the house.
TBE MS < IF BOA ltl> :
Hoard by the day.;.?,(>
.' Week.SC- oo to si.'l (.!i
Ur.sm SVaiAii u. 51 its. I!. Hii.iikiis.
oct IS t if
The Southern Drug Store
TO. B. "M. SlttlXEB. ..
HAVIN? UK.MOVKp.HlQ DRUG STORE from
his Well known Stand, begsleaverespectfully
i?i invite Iiis friend* throughout tho District, to;
visit him at his New, Large and well Furnished
e s t ab lis ii m e nt
on RUSSELL-STR EET, opposilo Messrs HULL fc
SCOVILL'S, where they will-be suru to bo supplied
with the very best
Drugs and Medicines
the Market affords, and at the lowest market prices.
He has tin hand now u fall assortment of
drugs, medicines,
PATENT .MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS,
Paints, Oils and brushes,
Dyo Stuffs,
bye and Potash,
Mttixenn and Corn Starch,
Cooking and Washing Soda,
Dlack Pepper, Spices of all kinds,
COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, NERVE POWDER,1
&c., Prepared by Ephraim Larrahee,
RITTERS of all Kinds,
TRUSSES, Single and double, Largo and Small,
Fine Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO,
Fine BRANDIES and WINES for Medical purposes,
PERFUMES and TOILET SOAPS.
Call and satisfy yourselves:?you can get just what
you want.
.lust received a lot of that tine
'?durham smoking tobacco."
JC'ri!" Will open on Sundays from 7 to 10. A. M.
and from I \ to 7 P. M;
fcb!M c ly
THE CANNON' HOUSE!
(ouiosite court house.)
r*--^*.- \ THE SrP.SC P. ID EH WOfl.D He
^';it'! ' 'v^spcct full v inform the Traveling Puli
n'Z2'?^;:rZK&Vu' that "hi- HOUSE is opened for
viliii?!iii^i iIhmr ucenmodsttion.
RATES OP HOARD.
Hoard per Dav._.S :' SO
?? Week. 7 00
?? M?.Mll!. SO "<)
In [fie Ha.-vmcxit. which is supplied with the Lest of
Liquors.
j a.s. ca x:no:n\
Pit y/r.V V,,-.
?ug " c ly
Frederick Fersnsr,
j m i : c ii a x j c a l i) k y '<?' i x t.
WiT! attend (?> those rrhrc wish bis services at their
rwtdopce?, by being inforittCjlthrough l!>e l^p^roJBee
r r ntherw'so. TEETH on COLD and SILVER
!, PL.iYE: .i'.v. ?v VPLCAXtTE WORK1. ? '
?? \ . ? -'A '
ATI work done WarraiP? f ' ? ?rrre ritisfacfiatr.
Resilience: at Mr JOSEPH XLi'^-lt'S, Orange
Fii-rg HS ^riet, S. C.
mkrSO Jf
Woffottl Collet
Cf IM II7AX Hl*RH C. IL. NO U Til C Ali OLIX A.
y ~) Tlie Viv+l -?>:-?ii t?f lUe ftrf.t::c\v.\\ Cid'ctriftir
\ cm i* begins on f he 1st October, ist',7. Tin* coarse
id ?tisdy remain* unchanged, hut the Facility now
l I,.!t*tjl irrrgnlnv studrlitv or Mich i\h wish in pursue
j particular studies only.
The P. ??paratory Sek*??!, ??.i?<?r rTie immediate
stipe, "v'on I be faculty, open* *t ilw ^aoif lim".
Tuition p. V? ?'livludiiifr comingnji Cer ? !*<-*?l INI
P.nard per mo..!li a- ''t -.12 l??
Dills payable in advni.'?C In specie or it* cqitita
leni in eurvoucy.
The Dsviniiv School idsii open? td Hie satjor tltm
under ilie supervision of Rev. A. M. Sldpp. (?. IK
Rev. Whitefoord Smith. D. D.. and Rev. A. II. Lf*
ter, A. M. For furl her particulars address
A. M. Silll'l*. President.
ntne'JI \ tf
the southern favorite!
"^^vko-s Weekly
for roys and GIIUj.
Dril/iiiiif/// 1 IIu.<irated und Eltguntlg Printed,
Nov.- IM'HLI.SIIIXO
MAROONEIFS ISLAND, or Dr. Cordon in Search
of his Children: a sequel In tho ?? Young Maroou
ers.'" by Rev. P. P.. Hunkling.
JACK' DO DELL; or. a Hoys Adventures in Texas.
A story of tin* Texan War of Independence, by one
of Fauuili'H men. Pronounced by the Southern
Press "equal to the best of Mayue Reid's Stories."
terms ok subscriution:
S_'.tiO per year in advance: three copies :?'?'>.
live copies SN.00; ten copies SLVfi? and twenty
.00:
?ptes S?s.Dtl| ten copies SI.'i.oU and twctity-one
copies $}>0,C0.
Sample copies sent on iipplieatioli.
Clergymen and Teachers furnished at SL?Alper
annum.
sept LH \ tf
Demorest's Monthly Magazine.
I TNIVEILSAI.LVacknowlwlgcd the Model Parlor
Magazine of America ; ilcv?ted to Original
Si.uies. Poems', Sketches, Architecture and Model
Cottages. Household Matters, Heins id' Thought,
Personal ami Literary Hossip (Including spi-eml i|c
parlmeiils on Fashions), Instruetioiis on Health,
Oymnnstie, Equestriiiu Exercises, Music, Ahuise
ments. etc.: all by the best niithtirs, mid profuselv
ami artistically illttstrated with costly Engrnvings
(full size), useful and reliable Patterns, Embroide
ries, Jewelry, and a eolfstaiil succession of artistic
novelties, with oilier useful am! entertaining litera
ture.
No person i-f refinement, economical housewife,
or holy of lasYe. caii afford to do witlwait the Mod
ern monthly. Single copies 910 cents; liacknmn
hers, as specimens. It) cents: either mailed free.
\ early, Sil, with ft valuable premium ; two copies
S-"i..">(): three copied $7.00; live copies, SI~. and
splendid premiums tor club- at Sd each, with the
first premium.- to cttoh stibscrio'er. Address
Wj JENNINHS DEM?REST;
N >. 17;!. Ilro.idwhy New York.
Deiuoresl's Monthly and Young America, together,
!?l, wh'n the pfeniiiuas for cavh.
wl DJ d tf
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT.
Henry Livingston; E<?outpr It I. JO"
Burnett Livingston,
I). Wi)liuiusjon el. *L-? .
Dcvi8cchfnnu*Lejgnte:crf. ' I
W'y' order' of* Clmnceli?'r' J?h'nsoVf'W'tiifs 'case, 1
um uuthorued rd' wellU'Ml'lth? debts due to me ?tf
Executor ,cfB. .HyiugytomjOj^^^
disinterested persons, tuken before the CTminin
sio.net. Debtors disposed to avail theniHt'Psfc t9$jirf
order, will apply to Messrs. Hutsons & Legr.ro,
Ornngeburg. I mo also authorised to treat.for pri
vate ?nie of tbc Estate lr.uds. : j'crootas wishing* to*
buy will apply as above,., K .;.? ,u $ vVw
. ..I- \ : . co ?VW? *\
. . ..\ V,. U'
In Equity, - ***
OUA^iGEBUEG DISTRKJU/ :fJl
V. D. V. Jamison, f'oin'?hi Eq*yT"*
'jl/frJ^Ti I i */Color's
T^io Cjr*litpV? au<l DistrU)dtci&.k ' J\ /it.aJ.
of Win. M. lrivk. j - -
By order of Chancellor Johnson. tUi cr?dit4ri! of
William M. 1 rick will present and prove their do
lunnds before the .Special Commissioner appointed in
this ease, (at office of lint sous <& Lcgare,) within
three months from the dirte hereof, .v. Jh.'"! >d'F
Oct. 22d, 1W.7. C..B. pLOVEK,
Special CdnimfSSlo'tlBr;
oct20 lain . ,: ^fff
IN MTttStl i
?RAX? EBUHG DISTitlCfr..
1.1 r>. J/ /
Lewis A. Zeigler, Exx bill for
vs. (^ Injunction'
Wesley 11 miser et til I ?Jin<^
Creditors and Devisees. j Relief.
It appearing to my satisfaction,'that Lewis Ileus
rr and Mary Mouscr his wife, defendants in thi*
case, are absent from und reside w it mart the limits?
of this State, on motion of Messrs. jijiiteoits iV Lc
gare, complainants Solicitors, it is ordered that said
defendants do'sevcruRv VpnSu? and~nlead. answer or
demur to thc; complainants" saol' Hill within forty
days from tho publication of this order,, yr,niT>>rder
pro confesso will be entere?! against them.
Cummissioner's (Ulice. \ V. D. V. : JAMISl?VTf
Oraugeburg C. It., > . .Commissioner,
flab, -it, is:;?:- J ? ? ?'""? ?!??
? IN EQUITY, ' ",fT<
OR A NCI kB?KG?ii^'itt^?li,<'
Howard A. gjiglc ami Kebicca V. ?gh/. Y" %>*
v.< . ., ? > ; .
David .1. Chiylon and other*. " *J
Hursnhrt! f<Ts:n iWTer id this ease,' nit pewohs hav
ing claims against the I'stnie ?f Witljt.ia 7lj.?>glegiid
Su.<ioi Fugle; dec, will prt se-nl and prove iln-m befuro
inean'd allp rsnn* indi hii'?1 IO'jbc.^?;in''>iViV??uiMke*
p4 vim ut within ti.ree yiouOli* Iroprtliis date,
j C..mm:^:..m-rs VtV.i:c. \ V. D. Vt :?A.MlSO?f5
llraugobiug C II, J- ^/'onimissionrri
Sepi. .at. tN;7. j oef "hi '" ? - iu
-. . . . ri nl> -7 7-- ?
In Eqpty:^ ....?rfi
A. Miiekay, ndm'r of (5. C.^^l^ ^?fefT
ST. IV ftutsvu, ;i'Mi-tcj-, et; ?I. j ^ .?LU?l,ibd?*f.
In pursuance of nn or It r in i^s v/v*/ ^Wlty'SH1*'
eeller Johuson. all persons h.?v:ng rlniiini ngwiuati
the JiMatc.'of tjei?^C?: 1?. MutkiiyC. di eiTiHriL ?*.? r>
ouiti'd t? vresi tit and prove the same bet?re m* ?t
Ontn^vlt?'rglH.. wU'.imi rliil*e: litmUhsYi'?il^Iliw
date. 3 , . , ,,
Conimif.-Iimr r'n ?Rice, ^ V. D. V. -TAAHSrVX; **
Aug. ^V. IJ^fiT. y I || ? ? . WomviUsisafr.-.
an? ::i xii . **V . -
-. . --,,1-. .('..-...r'--r'Wt?
6 il A X (? KlU: UG 1 ?1ST U i C.T?>' t r J1
A. (!. Collier.-liJI'.ar E-tatc of: ttiH
Edward VJ- U.tMi i-'iu. ? -jj
t?. j- Hill fur Injunction ?x.
Cainiiue Ehsterliii, et nl ' ' '
Crcditovsund Distributees. ? ,< i,?
JV.r.TtrtM (ti.nn order :n thi* case nH PcCMM^aT?
iig" demnui-".. again it ihe'Ksrufe of ED'WDW. tAH
j HEItLIX. deceased, will prove llieiii '?efor? tue with
I \h three months from t'ois i|it|er a;?d any guu iviJ^ht?
ed In Hie mwp >viH nrake puyrfrenr.'H ** Vi*rw.
OrnngeburgC. Il..>. C J. CoitiiniMiJm?r.
Aug 14. !*;7. . :} XII Sui
hi
QU CX?KIirRG DISTRtCr!
1 i-+o. F. lUnnctt, A.'.mr of l t.l fu/.
j ?\'. 1!. Vi. Vm*. . ,' . '?. -.tt ?>
VS. J Hill for Injunction and U?lie?.
I*. tl. W. Driggmunn and otlvcrs,
CiTdJt^.*;i>wl-l?^f?lKirteei*I(| ->lri<
I'ursnnnt to an order in this ruse, ?Hpcrf?m> bal
ing demands ngninst tho entftte of W. (J. W. Pa^
deecn'scd, wiU prove tl/am before'line irilkiaifekre?
moiillis frotn this date, or tbrj, will be debarred
navnunt. aiu lnnvonc indebted" to tIro"tBtii?r<Mll
uiukc payment. . . , j>
Commissioher s Oflico, ") V. D. V. JAMISON*,'
OrangcburgC.il. V Cnmmiftsi<ta?Mi
Aug 1J. isr,7 . XII cotiir-3
' ?f South Carolina..//
Tho Maio ^_ m ^nT.v> t><
0 R A Xti K BTJ R G "TiTSTlVi v -.
In the C:\trt of Cmnmon Vlcas.
II. II? Jennings. .In... T. Jennings, vs F. A'.'WUo?t.
sen, A. E. Tuunadgc.I > .i-.
ATTACHMENT. .-t.m *i?
THEUKAS the PlaintHTs did oh the '.'Oil, ,|?y
f ui Alay tile their declaration agaiipi. 0?.* De
fendants, who (us il is Mid) are absent fr?bvana
withoui liio limits Of this State, and have neither'
wives nor attorneys known within the same, upon!
whom a" copy of said declaration mny: beiservX'4;
On motion of Hutsons & Legare, Plaintiffs Att^rnayS
it is ordered, that the saiti Defemlants no appear,
and plead to the said declaration on' or ,before the
!i2lid day of May, which w ill be in t!>-year of our"
Lord. One Thousand Fight Hundred and Sixty-'
eight, otherwise Hnal and absolute judgment will
then be given and awarded against them.
J. F. ROUUS'SQN. /
May JO, 1S(!7. XX jui) 1 c3ml C. C P*
STATEV)F .SOUTH CAROLINA, I '
?rangcirarg District. / ?* ??Mpn:
Dy P. ?. MoMH'HAEL Esi,.,- Ordinary.".
WHEREAS, V.-D. V. JatrriSon, IWinissioner in
Fqnity, hath made suit to me to grunbhim Lettern
of Ailuiijiislration of tho Estate and effects of 11.
Seoley. tleceased. ? ?/.
T!.e>e are therefore to oiie and admonish, pH nnd
singular the kindred and creditors of Iho Waiirl
It. Seoley, .deceased. Hint they be und appear before
me. in the Court of Ordinary, to be held ut Ornnge
bui g C. .11.. on the Itttli drty of Nov.' ilextN jifteV"
piiblioatihii hereof, at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, to*
shew cause if any they have, why the said\\Mmitfhr
irutio/i sluiuld no! bc gra-ited. , , . iiillch-i
Given under iny Imud tins seventh Any^nt Oeiv
her. Anno Domini. !Stl7. |^ ui fi*.
P. A. McMICHAEL, O. 0. X?/
oc*l 12 d ? 4Hh
I.IOi: TIlF. LA ID 5 EST X?D FlN'l^T^/.KCT?^
J] of Piipier Mache, nnd Silver .Ware cvrr-ofleee.1
in this market, suitable for PRESENTS for tjli occa*
v5ons, call nt '"it
E/.EKTEL k KOIIK'SL
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