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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
Juditciary.
District Jadge-Wm U Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-Isaac H Means.
Clerk ot Court-Sami B Clo*ney.
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever.
Ordinary--James Johnston.'
Tax Colletor-Robert H Jennings.
Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Emoheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Public-Jas 8 Stewart.
lYKagis rates.
Jas E Caldwell William Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Danel -B Kirkland, Henry Gib
gon, Gedtgi 1 Miller, James Aiken,'William
P Broot0, Willdm M Martin,' Dr William
Carlisle, H 1 Counts, Dr D Laudedale.
BOARD8 0 P0E.'ISSioI4tR.
*Comn iesioners of Roads.
Itowell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward
Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood,
Ward, Dr JohnA Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr JR MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles.: John 6
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekiu,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Conamilsstouners of Free Schools.
Thos J.H Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, Williani Crosby, James A MoCro.
ry, R E Ellison, DeJ R MoMaster, Dr, W E
Aiken.
Co sissioners to Approve Pub
1Re Securities.
Henry L Elliott, James R Aikon, John It
Propst, Mansel Hall, James S Stewart.
Commnissioners of Publie Buill.
lugs.
James B McCants, Hugh B MoMaster,
Dr W .1 Aiken, 0 R Thompson, James H1
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H1 MoMaster.
Connnissioners of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn. Treasurer,
Rev C Porter. Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Towin Officers.
Intendnt-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Du"1l1, Jas McElroy.
Representatives.
Senate-Gen John Bratton.
House of RepreAentatives-William J
Allston, James R Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
ITfousnt Zioni Society.
James R Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion College-W R
Ikobertron, J B MoCants, J 11 Rion, G H
MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Principal itad Teachers of 1Ut.
Zion College.
0 A Woodward-Principal.
Assistants-Rev W P, DuBoie, W M
Dwight.
Government of the United St1tes.
President-Andrew Johnson, of .Tennes.
see.
Secretary of State-W. H. Seward, of
New York.
Secretary of War-Ed.win 1. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General--William Dennison,
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, oP
Connecticut.
Secretary of the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the freasury-Hugh McCul
a lough, of Illinois.
Attorney General-L-James Speed, of Ken
luoky. &
President of the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the House-Sohuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
sUPR311 COURT.
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James Mf. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
S. Robert C. Griir, Pennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maine.
6. Noah H. Swayne, Ohio.
8. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuel F. Field, California.
LIEUTUZNANT ORNEnALI.
Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses S. Grant, of Ohio.
wAde.utant General Lorenz6 Thomas, Dela.
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
D. C.
Quartermnaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
Oorner Quen andf Meeling Street.,
OtARLESTON, S, C.
THIS POPULAR ADWELL
for the reception of visitors, having been
refurnishe yith New and Elegant Furni
ture throu h& Rud offers to the traveller
ommiiodatons and conveniesees as a First
Class Hto, et. to be equalled- by any North
or Sout. Te patronage 4 the public is
re peetAil solIoited,
Rates of Bord.s day,, $d 00
"" per month as may
agreed o . JOBEPh PURCELL,
feb 2d'6-4f , . Proprietor.
Tl6 ReuhFe Nogauer, .
1UstressD WaDELY LY PIOENs 0. N., 5. 0.,
BY R. A. THO~MPSON & CO.
TER MS-One Dollap .and . Twenty-five
Ceoats for siza secaths, in adrange.
Advertisements inserted at $1 per square
for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each
mubsequelahetin. [ootee 24'662
TRite V a e,aa 5aIs~taat,
UDLrsuInD *#I4 *T OAxDUN, s.' c.
DY-3 J.,HIER H MAN.
WINNSBORO'
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
BY
Gaillard, Desportes A Co.
The people of the District are
respeettuily solicited to giVe
thoe6NEIWS" theiresnpport.
A District Papertsould
ifild its way to every
fireside fee its own
District.
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IT CONTAINS THE LATEST GENERAL IN
TELLIGENCE, AND A VARIETY OF
READING MATTER INSTRUC.
TIVE AND ENTERTAINING,
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. BLANKS ?
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as or. AVnIaTIsIlW-Fifteen oenj
a line, oi for the space of a-line.. To yeary
pdvertisers, a liberal dWduotion' on the
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Charlole, N. '." - Feb-I
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Is PUBLISHED DAILY AND
-TRI-WEEKLY, and furnished to sub
scriber, upon teh following terms:
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ech subsequent' inseition. A reasonable
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Feb 1 Charlotte, N.'C.
TIE CEIRITSIAN INDE
B Y the First of.October, or as soon as
the mails are re-established, I will re
new the publication of the "CHRISTIAN
INDEX" and the "CIILII'S INDEX" Ihave
been publishing.
Price of -'Indlex," per annum : $8 00
Price of "Child's Index," ' 60
Money may be remitted at once, as my de.
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oure a large rubscription list wit lbich to
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mittances.
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In every sense, be made to conform to
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The 4'hild's Diiflaht.
Money may be sent by. Express or otfier
wise- -if by Express, at my risk, if the ex
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of mail facilities.
My connection with the Arm of J. W.
Burke & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab
ish an office in MacOn, Ga., where commu
to cations may be addressed.
SAMUEL BOYKIN.
REVIVED:
A NEW SERIES OF
"THE BAPTIST "BANNER,
WILL BE OOMMIPNCED
ON sATURDAY, THE1 9TH INsTANT, AT AU0Us
TA, GEoSo:A,.'
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$( Subscriptions are respectfully so
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JAMES'N. ELLS, Proprietor.
ig Each newspaper iia GeorgIa and
South Carolina will pease or- twice, and
send bill to J. N. E. sept 28'65+-2
Tihe Cheutes' sasedard,,
BY GEO*tGB PIT hER,*
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ocs24'66 -
*Tiae ?ntelligeuer,
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3Y .HOY't & HUMIISBY8.
A. she Pollars per annm lam1 Untitq
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One-Doliar per square of, tivutee>liies- fe&
th4 Aras insertion, and lift 00te for eaoll
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Oct 24 ,,f&~
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V'X 0 a' EVB T Its
- 1I or TM2 lt
W e e t'l'F 7XI. ee
W046VTy "-eeerd
T HIE subsotib9r . wl I oommence in the
-Cty of Chfrlesroi, early in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WIEKLY RlCORD.
It will contain eight pages of Ane paper
and cleaX type, au4 will make when bound,
a volume of permnenL value.
While contaiging all the lateqt religious
inteli gence fromr the Churches at home and
abroad', it will also contain a'weekly edigest
of social, mercantile and political intelli.
gence, as well as general information on
Iterary, scientiflo and agricultural subjects,
Iaking a journal acceptable to the city and
country reader.
Ministers throughout the South, acting
s agents and receivihg subscriptions, will
be entitled to acopy;
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Address "Weekly Record," KeyBox No. 8.
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and as citizens of the United States th6y will
not be wanting in the proper nmuunt'of de
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nnd in every way worthy of the patronage
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Proprietors,
No. 18 Hayne St. Charlestun, S. C.'
oct 24'66
The WhID NIMaa's Paper,
THE NEW YORK DAY BOOK.
FIRST class weekly paper, in favor of
A the Constitution as It is, and the
Union as it, was. .
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Y r.Bv. T. 8. 9MOssua .
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Board of llisoions, and ot3her eminent Divines,
"No Hatr,it family ihould be withbot it. No
opponent of the Duptists should fall to read it."
oct 19'65 .
The Dally .Expess,
PETERSBURG, VA.,
II AS entered upon its fifteenth vear, In an
enlarged form, with new typ", under
Roapices highly flattering. It has It large and
daily iticreasinr circuamin , and ofibra to mr.
chants and others de.irinxr to communcate
with the Sout4yrn public. advantages surpass.
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oct24'65 Petersburg, V*.
EVEitYBODY SIIOULD'HAVE A COPY
lasteaati Revenute Gus ide.
EING an abstract ofthe Internal Revenue,.
. ra fuli Direct (or LAnd) Tax Ln4s of the.
United, -States, with Schedulno of Taxation,
Licenses, Stamp Duties, Exemptions. show
hig t'he Rates under the various Tax L-tw
since luly I* l86f. and intended for the gene.
ral information of the 'tax-Payers: to which
is added .an Abstrat of the Acts .of Congreds.
passed during the War, relative to Abandon.
ed.Lands and otbetr Mratters of rencrail inter
est. Py E. J. Slford'Attorney at Laws
Greenville. ';-C.. Assesitor df the Internal'
Revenue rax for the fbird collection District
in South,t4rolina.
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oct 24.66 GreenWille,8. C.
Time Sotisersam Express goampiaay'
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for Savanmnah, New Vork, and all poitt North
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Through receipts'*irven on hhnurn
camn be effected at lowest rates.
itern,al Revenue Tax will be paid or bonds.
give~n by this agmpaniy, in accordance with
regulations of this United States Treashry Do.
partment.
For particulars and rates, inquire of South
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Raleigh, N. 0., > }Velden. N. 0.,
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mington and Weliiog Ual,d ahd Weep
N. C. Railroad. .
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MobiIey Ala.,ti
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prulI d y forwardmdanj on
~Freghs hiyn hfeano qp,d
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