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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
Judiciary.
D)istrict Judge-Wm R Robertson.
Commissioner In Equity-Isaac H Moans.
Clerk of Court-Sami B Clowney.
Sheriff-ElishaW Ollever.
Ordinkry-James Johnston.
Tax Collector-Robert 1 Jennings.
Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Escheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Public-Jas 8 Stewart.
Hagistrates.
Jas E Caldwell, William Crosby, Robert
lawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib.
son, Gedrgo It Miller, James Aiken, William
P Broom, William M Martin, Dr William
Carlisle, H H Counts, Dr D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF CORMSSIONERS.
Commissioners of Roads.
Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward
Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R McMaster, Thomas Mt Lyles, John 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W MoMeekin,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Conamaissioners of Free Sciools,
Thes J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, JanieB A McCro
ry, It E Ellison, Dr J R M.1aster, Dr V E
Aiken.
Confissionersto Approve Pub
lic Securities.
Henry L Elliott, James R Aiken, John I
Propst, Mansel hll, James 8 Stewart.
Connissioners of Pulitc Build.
hngs.
James B McCants, Hugh B MNcMaster,
br WV !e Aiken, 0 It Thompson, James h
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George Hi McMaster.
Con1unis1ionters of 11te Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
(;en 1 1) Cook, 1) J1 Kirkland.
Tovn Officers.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C hI Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
lRtepresentatives.
Senate-Gen John Brat(on.
11ouse of Representitives-Willian J
Allston, James It Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
Mount Ziona Society.
James R Alkon-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Cellege-W it
Robertson, J B McCants, J 11 Rion, G 11
MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Principalazd Teachers of Mt.
Zion ColIopge.
G A Woodward-Principal.
Assistants-Rev WY P Dulose, W M
Dwight.
Government of the United St-ites.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Tennes.
see.
Secretary of State-W. 11. Seward, of
New York.
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General.-William Dennison,
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy--Gideon Welles, of
Connecticut.
Secretary of the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the .1reasury-Iugh McCul
lough, of Illinois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken.
tucky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the House-Schuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
SUPREIMI COURT.
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
3. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Main.
(6. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
4 8. Samuel F. Field, California.
LIEUTENANT OENERAL,s.
Wingfiold Scott, Virginia.
UlyssesS8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adutant, General Lorenzo Thomas, Dela
Ware.
DJudge Advocate General, Joseph HolE,
Quartermaster Ge ~Montgomery C
Meig_ of Pennsylva
Corner Queen and StURreets,
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