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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
.sediciary.
District Jud:e-Wm R Robertson.
Conuisli*oner in Equity-lesaao H Menus.
Clerk of Court-Sawl H Clowney.
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever.
Ordinary-James Johnston.
Tax Collector-Robert H Jennings.
Coroner-Robert Haithorr.
Escheator-Jaoob Feaster.
Notary Public-Jas 8 Stewart.
N iYMagistrates.
Jas E Caldwell, William Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib
son, George H Miller, James Aiken, William
P Broom, Wi)liam M Martin, Dr William
Carlisle,, H Il Counts, Dr D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF COMMISSIONtRO.
Comnissioaers of Roads.
Howell Edmunds, John 1jemon, Edward
Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles. John 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekiu,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Commissioners of Free Schools,
Thos J H Jones, Jacob Booklnan, Arthur
K Craig, William; Crosby, James A McCro
ry, R E Ellison, Dr J R McMaster, Dr W E
Aiken.
Comnmisslonersto Approve Pub
Ale Securitlis -
Henry L Elliott, James- R Aiken, John H
Propst, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Cornulssloners of Public Build.
James B MoCants, Hugh B McMaster,
Dr W 3 Aiken, 0 R Thoppson; James H
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H McMaster.
4Comassioners og i'aic Pani.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C'Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Town Officers.
itendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C H Ladd. W18 Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
R epresemtatlves.
Senate-Gen John Bratton.
House of Representatives-William J
Allaton, James R Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
11ount Ziot society.
James R Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Callege-W R
Robertson, J B MoCatits, J H Rion, G H
McMaster, Dr-W E Aiken.
Principal and Teachers of lt.
Zion College.
0 A Woodward-Principal.
Assistants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Dwight.
Government of the United Bt,tes.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Tenues.
see.
Scretary of State-W. U. Sewird, of
; ewYok*
- Scretarf of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postipaster General-William Dennison,
pf.Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Connecticut.
Secretary 9f the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Seoretary of the 1'reasury-Hugh MoCul
lough, ofillinois.
Attorniy General-James Speed, of Ken
W tuoky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette 8.
Poster, Of Conneoticut.
Speaker of the House-Schuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
8UPRUN COU RT.
Salmon C. Chas, Ohio, Chief JAtice.
1. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert 0. Grier, PennsylvadN4.
4. Nathan Clifford, Main.
6. Noah H. Swaya, Ohio.
8. Daniel Davis, llinois.
7. Sa~muel Miller, Iowa.
8. SathuelF. Fieldi, Califorga.
* IJ5UTUWANr oxxImaLs.
Wing8eldl Scott, Virgihia.
Ulsses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutkat Genera1,orenzo- Thomas, Dela
ware.
e Jugo 'Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania..
Corner Queen and A(eeting &st,
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HISPO.tJARAND WELL
KNOWNHOUSE isnew fully spen
forth 'ecetin'ofvisitors, havig been
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* . Sure throughout;. and offers to te raveller
aOothhieadatiotis and qonveniehoces as a First
Vlaus.Hotel, not.t~ lequalled by any North
or South. Th 4~g of the public is
f or per day,. . $d400
e on. -JOSEPH P -GLL
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~Y~A. TIIOMPkN as b0.
-T P3MSh.One Dollar and Tsayvs
.1 Coats for six mouths, in .4ao
Advertisment. iaserted at$ 1
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TRI-WEEKLY q WS,
py
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A Distribt Papetsahoul4
ind its way to every
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IT CONTAINS THE LATERT GENERAL IN
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diC., &C., &c.,
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oct 24'05
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