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GENERAL DIRECTORY,
.Jfadiciary.
District Judge-Win IR Itoberlson.
Commissioner i,! Ejuity-Isaa 11 leans.
Clerk of Court-Saini B Clowney.
Sheriff-Elisaim IV Ollever.
Ordinary-James Johnst on.
Tax Colle,vr--Iobert H Jennings.
Coroncr-Iobert Hawthorn.
Esoheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Public-Jp 8 Stewart.
MIagIutrates.
Jas E Caldwell, Wiliam Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel V Kirkland; IFoury Uib
son, George 11 Miller, James Aikon, William
P Brovm, William M Martin. Dr William
Carlisle, H Ii Cqunts, ir D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF COMMISSIONERS.
Consaissionsacrs of Roads.
Howell EImunds, John Lemon, Edward
P1 Mobly, Robert II Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John 1) Pahuer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J It MoNastor, Thomas.M Lyles. John 8
Douglass, tobert Ford, John W 'McMeekin,
L M Ilookhardt, Uen Edward Taylor.
Conuanalssioners of Free Sclools.
Thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookmnan, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, James A McCro
ry, It E Ellison, Dr J R MoMaster, Dr W E
Aiken.
Coin mIssioners to Approve Pub
'lie Sectrities.
Henry L Elliott, James I Aiken, John 11
Propst, Mansol Hall, James 8 Stowart.
Cona1lesionersof Pnbinc Ba4ild
Iangs.
JaMes 11 McCants, Hugh 1 McMaster..
Dr W R Aiken, 0 It Thompson, Jamps H1
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H1 McMaster.
Cons assls,1o ners of lie Poor.
Roht llawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter. Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Town Officers.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C 11 Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall. Jas McElroy.
lIteprescattative4.
Senate-Gen John iratton.
House of tepresentatives-Willi'am J
Allston, Jans i Aiken, Daylis E Elkin.
Mollant Zion society.
James IR Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secreary and Tres.
Trkstees of Mount Zion Cqllogo-W RI
Roberteon, J I McCants, J rRion, a 11
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Primcipt ai taaid Tcachsers of Mt.
Zion College.
. A Woodward-Principal.
Assistants-lev IV P Dullose, W 'Mi
Dwight.
Government of the United StAtes.
Prosident--Andrew Johnson, of Tennes.
See.
Secretary of State-W. IH. Seward, of
New York.
Secreiary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General-Williat Dennison,
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Connecticut..
Secretary of the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the !reasury-llugh McCul
lough, ofillinois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
. tucky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette 8.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the H1ouse-Schuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
sUPnMM couRT.
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James M. Wayne, Geoia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New Yo'rk.
3. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maine.
A. Noah I. Swayno. Ohio.
6. DanIel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuol F. Field, California.
LIE.UTBNANT CE.NERALs.
Wlngfleld Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses 8. Grnt of Ohio.
Adjutant General Lorenzo Thotnas, D)ela
ware.
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Hlolt,
D.C.
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
Corner Queen and Meeinig Strcees,
C HA R LE STO0N, 8, 0.
T ils PO1NULAR AND WELL
KNOWN HOUSE is now fully open
for thme reception of visitors, having been
refurnished with Now apd Elegant Furni
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Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the public is
respeetfully solicited,
Rates of,Board per day, $4 0)
" " per month as may
agreed en. JOSEPH P~U1CELL,
fb24'06-t,f ' Proprietor.
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subsequent, insertion oot 24'66
The Caatisa .Vouraal,
LSIJED WaaKLr A'r OAKinx, -5. Q.,
BY J, T. HIERSIIMAN.
WINNSBORO'
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IT CONTAINS TilE LATEST GENERAIj IN.
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AM happy In being-able to nmake c
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E Ii subscribers will coibmence in the
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ber. a Family Journal, to be known: as the
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oct 24'05
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A Statement qf the Reasons and Facts
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oct 19'65
The Daily Express,
PETERSBURG, VA.,
H AS entered upon its fifteenth yenr, in an
JLL enlarged form, with new typt,. ndr
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