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Distriot Judge-.Wim I Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-Isano 11 Moans.
Clerk of Court-Samil B Clowney.
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollover.
Tax Collootor-Robert 1H Jennings.
Notary Public-Jae S Stewart.
Jas E Caldwoll, Will-ai Crsby, *obert
Hawthorn, Daniel J) Hirklafta, UenyGb
son, George 11 Miller, James Aiken, Willinx
P BrootM, William M Martin, Dr William
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Propst, Mansel Hall, Jamos S Stewart.
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Dr W I AUken, It Thompson, Ja:es H1
Hion, Thomas Jordin, Georgo 11 McMaster.
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Uen P D Cook, D 1I Kirkland.
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WII Duvall. Jas McElroy.
Smnate-Gen John 1'rafton.
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Allston, .James It Aiken. haylis E Elkin.
MV1o0a11t Zioa soceety.
Jamnes I} Aiken-President.
J1amIes 8' Stewart-Secretary and 'Ires.
Trustees of Mount. Zion College--W, IR
Robertson, J B McCants, J 11 Rion, G H1
MMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
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G A Woodward-Prinoipal.
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Ulysses S. Grant, of Ohio.
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