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District Judge-Win P Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-Isaac 11 Means.
Clerk of Coutrt-Samtn It Clowney.
Sheriff-Eislha W Ollever.
Tax Collector-Robert It Jennings.
Notary Public-Jas S Stewart.
Jas E Caldwell, William Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib
son, George H Miller, James Aiken, William
P Brorm, William M Martin. Dr William
Carlisle, H 11 Counts, Dr D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF COMMISSIONERS.
Covaislsloniers of Roads.
Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edvard
Mobly, Robert I Smith, William, U1 Wood
ward, )r John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R1 1eMa;ter, Thonas M Lyles. John 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, .John V McMeekin,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Conmiissiomsers of Free SchIools.
Thos J 11 Jones, Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, Jancs A MceVro
ry, Rt E Ellison, Dr J R MMaster, Dr V E
Coitainissiotiers to A pprove Pull
Henry L Elliott, James R Aiken, John II
Propst, Mansel Hall, James S Stewart.
Conavtaissioviersof Public Baild.
James B McCants, Hugh It McMaster,
Dr V Y Aiken, t It Thompson, James It
Iion, Thomas Jordan, Gcorge it McMaster.
Commnis%ionters of the I'oor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, ) 1 Kirkland.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C H1 Ladd, W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jos McElroy.
Senate-Gen John Brat(on.
House of Representatives-William 3
Allston, James It Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
HIoa1t ZioIR society.
.James R Aiken-President.
James S Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion College-W P
Robertson, J B McCants. J II Ilon, C 11
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Prilucipal and Teachers of Mt.
0 A Woodward-Principal.
Aslstants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Government of the United 8tttes.
President-Androw Johnson, of Tennes.
Secretary of State-W. I[. Seward, of
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Postmaster General-Willian Dennison,
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Secretary of the interior-James Harlan,
Secretary of the rreasury-Hugh McCul
lough, of Illirois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
President of the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the H1ouse-Schuyler Colfax,
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James M. Wayne, Gcorgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert . .Crier, ennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maine.
5. Noah II. Swayne. Ohio.
0. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuel F. Field, California.
Wingfield Scot t, Virginia.
Uly'sses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas, Dela
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
Quartermaster General, Alontgomery C
Moigs, of Pennsylvania.
CIorner Queena and Nerting Stre.ets,
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