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GENERAL DIRECTORY,
.Masdgl,as'y.
District Judge--WI R Robertsod.
Coinmissloner in Equity-lsaao H Means.
Clerk of Court-Saml B Clowney.
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever.
Ordinar."ames Johnston.
al Colltor-t6bert H Jenaings.
Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Bsohoator-J4Aob Feaster.
Notary Publio-Jas 8 Stewart.
Jas I Cald Vi) 6os0, Robert
RHaw rtu 'B irkland, Heu Gib
so 11it, Jates A]ken, lia
lip 61%, l a Martin, D W1fliam
Cariisle,.- o;e Dr D Landat".
~OAn$U 01 OOKMISJOUBR.
6 hI3I*or e of S eAd .
IHrell Ediunds, John LemtM, Edwdtd
Mobly, Robert 1B Smith, William B Wood
ward. Dr John -D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyfes. Johmi 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekin,
L.M .ookbardt, Qeu Edward Taylor.
Coniaaioleners of Free Schowes.
Thos J H1 Jones. Jacob Bookm'an, Arthur
Craig, ililliam Crosby, JAmes A XdQro
ly,R E UfRion, Dr,1K MoMaste, te W E
Aikon.
comnalnlonerttoApprove Pub.
. 1io seeftriacs.
Henry L Elliott, James R Alken, John H
fropst, Manusel Iall, James 8 Stewart.
ConanilonersofPiabilc BAlld.
James B McCants, Hgh B MoMaster,
DrsW .V Aiken, O R Thompson, James If
Rion, Thomas Jordpn Odorge II McMaster.
Conealosioners of the Poot.
Uobt Hawthorn-, Tredourer,
Rev C Porter, glerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Towa OfflVers.
intendant:-Dr W E Aiken.
War4qns-,Dr C It Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Davat, Joq MElroy.
S. Iepresenstatives.
fenate-Gen John Bratton.
lo1q of Reprewntatives-William J
Allston, Jimeas R Atken, Baylis E Elkin.
Mount Zion Society.
- ames R Aikea-4President.
James 8 Stewatt-Socretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Cellego-W R
Robertson, J B McCants, J H Riou, G H
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Princilpa) astd Teackers of lat.
ZIOU College.
G A Woodward-Prinolpal.
Assistants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Dwight.
Government of ths United Ststts.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Tennes.
nee. -
Secretary of State-W. H. Soward, of
New York.
. Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General-William Dennison,
of Ohio.
'Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Wblles, of
Connect iout.
. Secretary of the anterior-Jame Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the freasury-Huih McCul.
lough, of Illinois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
tucky.
President of the pn&Lat,4.fayette 8.
Poster, of Conneetiest.
Speaker of the iouse-g huyler Colfax,
of Indiana. I
8UPRnM oU T.
C. Chase, Ohio, lef Justice.
I. James M. Wayne, Ge gia.
2. Samuel Nelson,- New ork.
8. Robert C. Grier, Pen sylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Mi 0.
6. Noah H. Swane, 0 lo.
0. Daniel Davis, Iii 601l4
7. Samuel Miller, Iow~
8. Samuel F. Field, 0al fornia.
LI.TsW3qT GR E tsL.
* Wingfield Scott, Virgthk.
. Ulysses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adutant Genearal Loreuao Thomas, Dela
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Hlolt,
D.C.
Qartermaster General, Montgomery 0
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
corner Queen ahd Meeting Streets,
CHRA RL E ST ON, 5. C.
returnished witk New sad Elegant Uurnl
- ture througImout; aed ofers to the traveller
acconsmodations and convenionees as a First
Class Hotel, Sot to be equalled by any gor~
or South. Theratronage of the publico
atsof Board gef E;g, $d 03
" " per month as ay
-agreed on. JOSFM P#RCBLJi
feb 2d'66-...tf ., ,.tt.v
lUst,ORsUD WIULY AS flOgsWW d, g., g. @.,
BY B. A. TadtiPSeN.- 00.
for the firstinsertion, and 60 de ~
subbeguent insertiop. .. g
rU5LIsaE~I Wa3saa AT .-easo3,, U, C.,
BE 3- T,-11URSHbIAW.
- ect 2d'65
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
BY
GaIllard, Desportes & Co.
Wike peopAe of the District are
reopettaity solleted to gire
the*NWS"theirstoppoirt.
A bluislet'Papersiuld
flud.Its way to every
fireside la iteown
IT CONTAINS T9E LATE%T GENERAL IN.
TBLLIGENCE, AND A VARIETY 01'
READING MATTER INSTRUC
TIVE AND NTIERTAININ,
ALL KIND.OF
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&rC., &rC,, dr,C,,
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D EVOTED to the interests 6f the Pro
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ion by an early -renrttante.
All comttilcAtions should be addieased,
'ohn Wilkes. Treas6rqr,;Ohr4h Zlelligencer,
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Chaurlotte, -N. C s
[8 PUBIG1SIND DAILY .AD
TRI-WEEKLY, anl furnishel to sub
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WARINO & ltUM1tN,
Feb 1 ,CharlIte, N. C.
,a -clfJI171 Il 1MDA
Y the Fit-t of-October, or.ns soon ns
the nfails are re-established. I will re
iew theNpublication of the, "Cli IISTIAN
NDEX" and ihoAC1(ILD'S INDEX" Ihave
ieen publishipg.
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'rice of "Child's Index," " : : 0
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ermination is positive. My desire is to so
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)egin, and I Issue this prospectus iliart sub.
cribers may have tin to forward their re
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ere, and no pains ov qxpense will ho spared
o seoure that, end. 'he best writers.and
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iven to the papers. The Cii LIPS PA
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n every sense, be made to ionforin to
lew title.
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Mcations may be addressod.
SAMIlEL BOYKIN.
NREVIVEDI
A NEW SIRIEISV OP
' TlE BAPTIST BANNER,"
WILL BE COMMENCED'
IN s,trURDAY, THE OTH INSTANT, AT AUoUs
* TA,oGRORGIA,
By the Former Proprietor.
AM happy hn being able to mako e
above announcement.. The Blanner will
>e published every Saturday. -.
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JA MES N. R LL8, Proprietor.
M& Each newspaper in Georgia and
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Time Chester m1sudard,
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Weekly Record.
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oer, a FAmIlly Journal, to be kuow n as the
WBEKLY AECORD.
It vill contAin eight piage-r of fine paper
ind cleat Of pe, and will make when bound,
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:ountry reader.
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)o entitled to a copy.
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Address " Weekly Record," Keyllox No. 3.
oct. 24'06.
Tihe Charleston Dni y News.
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A u ill naturally look to the interest of
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iot be wanting in the proper ninount of do
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miual per oentago.
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'roprietors.
No. 18 Ilaynb St. Charlesion, S. C.
Oct 2'65
Tlime WVhite Mlan%' Paper.
VHE NEW YORK DAY BOOK.
A Fl lIST class weekly piper. in favor of
lie Coast it t ion its it is, and tlie
Union as it was.
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ily, but is Moltle up expresI/ for weekly
oironlatidn, wit a carefll summinry of tle
ne Is ttrnmlf all I lte ettes.a all pa r:1-s of
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liural, Finance,LiteratIr, &o.
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Author of -ReminieenseA of Cuba,". " Wood
. Notes," "Transtatinsof Magueritu," "Lmly
Tartuffe," etc.
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popular authoris, and is a beautiful rettiiv
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found clinging to the **rolling tmic" (f it
great life, a It washed with the ehb and Ilow
df the seething tide of Thought and lungi:x
fion.
TIHE CIIANGE,
A Statement of the Reasons and Facts ichicl
made me a lapis t.
BY rev. Y. a. (usrIor.v.
One volurte, 16 n. O.loth, ....... Price $2 10
lint few writers wield a iwn wiiti Fuch voin.
6un2mate skill, g are nd vi.ror. as Mr. Kint
itry. Ills buook le rceited the tilot hvri l
aid earnest critiral etidorw.inhtt of i rt'l .
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ort 19'6
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with the Sotithern public. idvanitage a i ..
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II Landti antI otlier na it ers of gni ral iiir-.
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IjeVenu Tax for thc Yhirld t.ollection )6tiit
in Aouth Carolina.
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will he issued in r fow weeki. 111rice coo col ,
per copy, with a liberal diisconnt to the trade.
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'cure attention. Address,
C,. E. ELOR. Pitblier,
oct 24'65 Greeniviije.g. C.
Tie iloNtUlHu'aa Expa --One p- sy
F'FER unsurpassed facIlitica for te ship.
ment (from Augusta anit p)ind SithI.)
of Cotton, Cotton Good,, tand bteiy frelb.ltb-.,
for Sav unab, New lYork, anid all points Norti -
and West.
Through receipts given on which intsur'air
cont be effected at lowest mttes. - ~
Internal Reenmue TIax w ill be paka o bontds
given bythis Comntany, it i ec rdsaee wi -
r'akuhatlone ofthatIUnhed States Ti orynm
pat tfment.
Pot paticulare and mates, lnguiroof S
ern PMzprese Company.
This Conipay Is now prepared tio forwir
GOLY AND SILVER CoiN, CL1RREI
, #ARCEJA, AND FREJ(hjTg,..
To F'atersbittrat, Ya., Lyme'hburg, Vs
DaintIlle, Va., liriatol, TIenin. -
'reensboro', N. 0, .Salisbury. N. -
Raleigh, If. C., WVeldlr., N. C,
Virini d Tenh,eil6 R Itoad ouh da
Rail road, Petersburg Railroad, North Cart.ia
}Railroad, RalLli ' OGajon Railroaed. Wvii.
mnnon andi tddmR ad,adWetr
N. 0. Railroad.rodan Wctm
LE'Zfr' R, MOET PACIE -g?4AN
SMihtJPA$lCELS,
l'o Columbia. 8, C., -, Charleston, 5. C.
Aumgues,.Qa. -. : faVdiah, Ga.,
,Mobile, Aliu-, M1iotgomerry, Ala.
- i.imna, Ala-- .iiacktsomi Mit.,
New OrAanms. IA,
- D'31a"o WAy d?AToInfo'r, unm
Charlotte & S. 0., Ruilroad, sou,th Cromlimna
Railroad. Qe ia Railroad, .Marin anid West
ern Rilroad, Altit a net WVest Point ifail..
road; Southwestern hailroa, Siomhefrn Ra il
toad..mnd Alabama arnd Misslii1p, Railroadi'
All OG.ods shipped by the Aita ii. anti lardlen
E.speus Companies, anti majrkta tt tihe cam
of the outhertm Exprest (!ominyy, will lio
F t sipeV by-steamiship tra n,EitCtj
wil beforwamrdedg b A,gerena wilbiout'charge
for commisin anti dtya.s.
Iforders are left itt our 011fle, giw,di v.it bj
called for gtd forwairded bty fir-i eixpri..
n.e A -AA"Io !XP'llF.SS CO-f.

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