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Slieriff-Elinha W 0Uever.
Tax Colleto-Robert U Jennings.
Escheat at-atob Fets4'
Ens 0aldiiell. iliui t ra,
H*wthq#u, Daniel 11 KirkIndAln
san, de H MillV,JM At.
P,B80ount, william M ' A 10 pe., lpam
Ca t',ou V1, e .I
Coslluatlaeioners of Rttads.
11o-rell: PUdmtA114, John l146ni EdwaRId
P Mobly, jObertt I Smith. Willihn B Wood
wird, Dr Jbhn C ltner, IdIAUO Chappell.
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L M Bookhardt, Oeu Edward Taylor.
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Thos J 1. Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William 6roshy, James A MoCro
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Propst, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
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Vomeniliosicra.?t ote Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
R U Porter, Clbtk..
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Wardens-Dr C 11 Ladd, W 11 Creight, L
W Duvall, JaeMoIroy.,
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..r Sanaaaa.a, N. w Yoark, a(d aull poits North
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a an he . ff'ctaed at laowese rata s.'
int-ral Revenuou Tex .will bd pakt or bonds
rive-n by this Comnpanya in acet>rdance xvith
retulattnsuf the United State. Treaanry De-~
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ern Esp res Comnpany.
This Company is now. iraepared to forward
OD000 AND SILVER COIN, CURRENCY
'PARCELS, AND FREIGilTS,
To Petesbirt. V's;, -Lyave-hburg, Va.,
Danyfile, Va-- trliatol, Tenn..
Greesboo', N. C. a Salisbury, N. C..
Raleigh, N. C.a WVeidon, N. C.,
Ooldeboro', N. (C.. Walimington, N. C.,
ANb' wAy 'e'thvoNs ON -TnU
Virginia and tennalaee RailroW(d, Souith-Sido
Railroad, Petersburg Railroad, Northb Carolina
Railroad, Raleigh andi t4pton Railroad, Wii.
tnington and Weldon Railroad, and Weaternt
N. , liatIreed.
iLETl'$WW MONE W PACEAGE8 A ND
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Augusta, Ga., tPavannah, Ga.,
Macon, Ga., Coidambu,,a.,
Mobile, Als., Montgomery, Ala.,
Selma, Ala.. Jackaon, Mass.,
New Qrleuoe, La.
A ND To WAV*CYT'rnW8 ott -rn
Charlote 5r (. R. iailroad. South Carolina
Railroad, Georgia'Railroadt, Macaon and Weat.
era Railroad, Atlanta anal WVat PoInt RalI,
pead, Soutlaestetn Raiiradf, Southern Rail
toad, and' rbna atnd-Mississippa Railroad.
All Guoda phpped by the Adams anti Hardern
ExpreM Caitdnies. and marked to the care
of the Southern Express Company, wIll be
prowuhlto f ar'ded toj dletintion.
VrIflt apped by steamshIp to nur catw
erili lbrwarded by Express without v.harg
ibr commissioni anal adrayatre.
ifordera are left at atur Ofmie, goods witi tag
failed'fbr and forwarded-a by firal express.
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