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GENUA~L_ITOY
.ldietarY,
District Judge-W R Robertson.
Commissioner iaNEquity-Isaa I Means.
Clerk of Cort--ai B loWAey.
8herf-XlishaW Ollever.
Ordinary James Johnston.
Tax Coletor-Robert U Jennings.
. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Beeheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Publio-Jas 8 Stewart.
. aerates. -
Jas j Caidwell, Wfiham Crosb, Robert
Hawthoirn, Daniel R Kirkland Hu Gib
son, George R Miller, James Aen, iluiam
P Broom, William M Mfartin, Dr William
- Carlisle, 9 E Counte Dr D Lauderdale.
SOAM .F 0EISSIONERO.
Ces4teouers et Roads,
ffo .114munds, John Lemon, Edward
Mo Robert B Smith, William D Wood
w 5d, Tohn D Palmei; Laban 0 Chappell,
Dr JR MoMaster, Thomas.M Lylea. John S
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekin,
L Bt Bookhardt, Gep EdVard Taylor.
Co.mmissioners of Free ScAhools.
Thos J H Jones, Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, James A -MoCro
ry, R E Ellison, Dr J B MoMaster, Dr W E
Aiken.
ConnumilionerstoApprove Pab
Ic SecurlUes.
Henry L Elliott, James R Aiken, John H
Propet, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Comuissionersof Publie Build.
James B MoCants, Hugh B'MoMaster,
Dr W 3 Aiken, 0 R Thompson, James H
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H MoMaster.
Comnaisvioners of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Town OffIcers.
Intudant-Dr W B Aiken.
Wardens-Dr 0 H Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Represebtatives. -
Senate-Gen John -Brat(on.
House of Representatives-William J
Allston, James R Aiken, Baylis BE.lkin.
Mount Eon Woiety.
James R Aiken-President.
James 8 Steyirt-Stretary and-'res.
Trustees of Mount Zion Collee-W . R
tobertson, J B MaCants, J H Rion, G H
MeMaster, Dr W B Aiken.
Priftipal and Teachere of Mt.
Zion College.
G A Wiodward-Prinoipal.
Asistants-Rev W P. DuBose, W M
Dwight.
GoVernaat of the United tte.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Teanes.
see.
. Seoretar of State-W. H. Seward, of
Oew York.
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General-Wilhiam Dennison,
-rOhlo.
. Secretary of the Navy-"Gldeon Welles, of
'onnedtiout.
@eorotary of the ixterIor-James Harlan,
Seer6ta of the reasury-Hugh MoCul
- nfh, of%n 1ois.
' Ettorney Generad-Jaines SP6ed of Ken
!aaky.I
President of th Snate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticat.
RpePker of the 1ouse-Sehuyler Colfax,
of Indana.
iursaa ca.
nSalmn C, Chase, Ohio Chief Justie.
1. James M. Wayne deorgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert 0. Grier, Pennsylvania.
-'4. Nathan Clif'ord, Maine:
.Noah N wayne, Ohi.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
S. Samuel F. Field, California.
Wig eldSott, Vfi ia.
Ulses8. Grat, of Ohio.
tat General Lorenso Thomas, Del.
ware.
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Belt,
D.C0.
Qastrater General, Mongmy
Mels,of Pennsylvania. n.g eyC
- 'ow Qws ad Eiedesg 5aruu,
GEANLUESTON, S. C.
andrtheof iitrs Ihe tale
acsebdatoaaand oonveeienoee as a First
Cla'Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
e* South.' The patrohiage of the public is
t et Bardpe day, $d400
" per month a. may
agreed en. JOSIPR PURCELL,
feb 14'6.--it Proprietor,
Thle Roweee Coier,
?Vef 35an waRUr.Yt rouse c, a., s. en,
BY N. A. THOMPSON & 00.,
TBMS-Oni Dollar and Twenty4e
Cent for- six month, in advance.
Advertisements inserted $t 1 per square
for the ist issertion. and 60saet, for each
subeequest nsetion. Coot 24'85
The L-t 4l10 5 Ba aal.
rnuss mvvaa At OAKsax, .. *.,
BT 3. T. HERIHMAN.,
wS465
WINNSBORO'
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
DY
Gaillard, Desportem A Co.
The people df the District are
respectfully solicited to gite
the*6NEWS','theirsupport.
A Disti & Papershomsld
find its wqy to every
1iremide isowU
District..
-0
IT CONTAINS THE LATEST GENERAL IN
TELLIGENCB, AND A VARISTY OF
READING MATTER INSTRUC
TIVE AND ENTERTAINING,
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ALL KINDS OF .
JOB WORK
EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS
AND DISPATCH, AND AS REA*
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POSTERS,
BILL-HE AD8,
CARDS,
LABELS,
BLANKS
ahC., &C., dC.,
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March 22. 1A A&.
Ts VhUrebl Inteillgd r,
D EVOTED -to the Interests o'the Pro.
testant Episcopal Church, is publish.
ed at Carlo C. Terms of subserip
Lion, csh In adac.
For six monts,h2 00
For one year, ' 4 00
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a line, or for the space of a line. To yearly
advertiers, a liberal deduction on the
above will be made.
All Obituary and other Ndtles charged
at one cent per word.
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Offices ohanged, will state both where their
paperb are now being sent, and where they
would have them directed in future.
For one month before each subscription
expires, a penoil mark on the margin will
remind the subsoriber to renew his subscrip.
tion by an early remittance.
- All communications .ohould be addrossei
Tobs Wilkes, Treasurer, 0Aureh InteUigener,
Charlotte, N. 0." Feb I
DAJLY CAROLINA TIME,
Charlotte, N. 0.
I PUBLISWE.D DAILY AND
TRI.'WEBKLY, and furnished to sub
soriber, upo.n the following terms: .
Daily Times, one year, $10.00
i "I six months, 5.00
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The Weekly News,. containing twenty
eight columns, a transcript of the Daily
Times, is publisheg every Tuesday, at $i
per annum. Clubs of ten or more, $2.60,
and a copy to the getter up gratis.
Terms of adverting.-In the Daily and
Tri-weekly Times, one square (ten lines or
less) $1 for first insertion a*d .60 cefts for
each subsequent insertion. A reasonable
reduction made for ddvertisetnnts inserted
for a longer period than one month.
Advertisenents inserted in the Weekly
News at $1 per square for each insertion.
All let ters on business with the abov
publications should be addressed to,
WARING & HERRON,
Fb 1. Charlotte, N-. C.
THE CIRISTIAN INDEX
B Y the First of October, or as soon as
the mails are re-established, I will re
now the publication of the "CHRISTIAN
INDEX" and the "CHILD'S INDEX" I havo
been publishing.
Price of "Index," per annum : $8 00
Price of "Child's Index#" " : 60
Money may be temitted at once, as my de.
termination is positive. .My desire is to so
cure a large subscription list with which to
begin, and I issue this prospectus that sub.
soribers may have time to forward their re.
mittances. '
It is my intention to issue first class pa
pers, and no pains or expense will be-spared
to secure that end. The best writers and
correspondents will be secured, and the
highest religious and literary talent will be
given to the papers. The CHILD'S PA
PER will be profusely illustrated and will,
in every sense,' be made to conform to
new title.
The Child's Delight.
Money may be sent by Express or other
wit- -if by Express, at my risk, if the Ox.
press receipt is sent me, on the resumption
of mall facilities.
My connection with the Arm of J. W'
Burke & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab
ish an office in Macon, Ga., where oommu
meations may.be addressed.
SAMUEL BOYKIN.
REVIVERDI
A NEW BERIES Or
"THE BAPTIST BANAER9"
WILL BE CCMMENCED
03 S-ATURDAT, Tu3s0TN 155TANT, AT AUoU5
,'TA, GoRoaoA,
By the Former Proprietor.
IAM happy in. being able to make 'e
''abeve announeament. fAs Bankter will
be pwblished every &lurdsp.
' Subecriptions are. repetfMly so
licited. $8,00 pe nu.Address
JAME N. LLS,'I'roprietor.
aS Each'newspper iu Georgle tand
South Carolina wilr please ep'- twice, and
send bill to J. N. E. sept 28'66--2
The Cheater OSandard,
BY GEORGE PITHER,,
Fear,rian3 WasnK AT ORaTam 0. 3., s. d
ERMS: For one month 4o cents, or 75
J o ents for threemonthe, payabl, strict
lj Is adwa#ee, either in spieoe or provisions.
. psi ted sn ay other
~j~a't ~~.e,or fbr a longer
or auIr period.
Any ferson obtainiqg aelab of ten names
will receive the paper gratis.
Advertisements inserted at 11 00 er'
square (10 lines) for the 6*e sneqrtlon, and
7cens o vry additfsal lnserona,
oot2'66 .
7The Uteigeger,
reursn5n WUnKnY Al AUpUI*seo a. u., s. C.,
T *OYT & HUMPRRUYS.
A T Three Dollars per annum In United
c urrency, or Two Dollays a
R AWMOF iDVBRa$gNG :
Advertisemente inserted at -the *ates' of
Oije Dollet per esare of f#elvi lines for
te-rst isetion6 cud-1JiVGf0su for -each
q;nt lnse*i-tpn. 06tisauies and Msr.
otieo oerged for at thege'rates.
e2'6&
PROSPECTUS
R P T UN
W-4 e k I y Recotd.
TnHu subscribers wiltoompene in the
City of Charleqton, early in Novedt.
bet, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It will contain eight pages of fine paper
and cleat type, and will make then bound,
a volume of permanent value.
While containing all the latest religious
intel' ene from the Churohee at home and
abro , it will also contain a weekly diget
of social, mercantile and political intelli
gence, as well as' general information on
Uterary, scientific and agriqultural subjects,
making a journal acceptable to the city and
count 'reader.
Iunters throughout the South, acting
as agents and receiving subscriptions, will
be entitled to a copy.
TBUB.
For one copy for six months, $2 00
For one copy for one year, 4 00
CLUB ZATS.
For ton copies to-one address, for six
months, $16 00
For ten copies to one; address, for one
year, 8000
Al subscriptions W4 date 4-iom the first of
the fhonth in which r6ceived.
AUynnTNe.I nATMs.'
One square $2'00; every subsequent in.
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable terms.
U. S. BIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address "Weekly'Aecord," Keynox to. 8.
cot 24'05.
The Charleston Daily News.
A S native Carolinians, the publishers
will naturally 4ook to the interest of
their own State, and to that of the' South;
and as citizens of the United States they will
not be wanting in the proper amount of do.
votion and resptot for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made to Make
the DA ,IYNEJWSa finrt class newspaper,
and in overy way worthy of the patronaige
of the publi. -
Our terms, for the prosent, will be at the
rate of $10 per annum. Subscriptious re
ceived' for 8, 0 and' 12 'months, pqynble in
advafo.
AdifsYNing.-Ono squAre, ten lines, ont
insertioi, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Each continuation, Seventy-five cents.
Less' than a square, Fifteen cents pet
line for first insertion ; Half Price for each
continuation.
Postmaters and 41Vrs throughout the
country, who may interest themselves in
proom.ing subsoriptiont, will be allowed th<
usual per cent age.
CATIHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
Proprietors,'
No. 18 Hayne St. Charleston, 8. C.
oct 24'05
-The White MIas's Paper,
THE' NEW YORI( DAY BOOK,
A FIRST class weekly paper, In favor of
the Corstitutios as it is, and the
Union as It was.
The Day Book Is not reprinted from a
daily, but is made up uproesly for weEkly
circulation, with a carefil summary of the
news from all the States. and all parts of
the World, with aarket, 4eports, Agricul.
tural, Pinance, Literature, &c.
TERMS CAS.I-IN AD VANCE.
One copy one year $2 00
Three copies one year 6 50
Five copies one year, and one to the
getter up of the club, ' 10 00
Ten copies one year, and one to the
gater up of the club, 17 00
Twenty cupies to one addte" 80 00
Old subscribers to the Day Book,'through.
out the.Bodithern States, .will receive the
value still due hem, by notifyng us o
the present postoffle addes.
Send for aseetmen eopy. which will be
sent, poeteige , na iction.
Address, giving pOsofic, county and
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & 00.,
No. 162 Nassau Street, New York.
For sals by all news 4eslers in cities and
4owns oct 24'66
New Vorkc Daily News.
- A&ILY and Weekly. The New York
.. WeklyhMew, g great. family news.
paper--Benjamin Wood Proprietor.-the
largest., best and cheapest paper published
in New York. Single copies, 6 cents f bus
copy cne year $2; three copies one year,
$6 60; five. copies 6Ce year, $8 76;. ten
copies one year, $17 ; and an extra~ copy
to any club of ten. Twenty one copies one
year, $80. the Weeh,. Netsa Is seat to @1er
gymsenat $1 60.
1mw YonE DAI,1r Nsws --To al spib.
scribers, $10 pet aannm; six mouths, $6;
payments invariably In advanee. .Speoitpen
copies of DaQy an4 WeelyIpeweses fee.
Ilaily News Buildim,
No. 19, City NaB qare, N. Y. ity.
Oct 24'66
'The .esthetaer,
WODLisitaD .WE3KrL AT nAnLInGoW, 5. 0.,
By. 3. af. fROWN.
ERM8 f bsriptia-To subseribes
bers, $4. Adverateements per square Airst
insertion, $1.80 % eseh subsequsat ineer.
ties $1.
Advsertiemem*s set pedfor in advane
will be cntinuedufir,an b
chared eeodluj Tt~ueentadvertise
e ntn t sei Ii,daes, A44eh
tietasfe ot for aet' 5aoeM
of insertio, is0'9t6 at
bld,nsd gbvee ly.
eal 2aa
An Old Song, set to a $ew -Ta
:rI1866.
"A# 4pritir approache.
Antu and Roaches
From ther hot". come ou,
And Mice and Rate,
In pie of ae.,
Gaily skip about."
"118 yeard established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known.'
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rate come out of their holes. to die."
"Coiter's" B t, each, &c.. 3 vs
In a paste-used for Rate, MiCe, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &., &o., &o., &c.
C 69h1er's* 11ed-Bing Etter(si ssm
tor..'
Is a liquid ft wash-used t aestroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugo, &e.
fCoestaor's" lectiric POwder fear
-Isasects
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Pkwo, Bed-Bue,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Aoimale, &c.
S! I I BAWARE,! I I of al worthless
imitation.
S See that "Costao's" name is oUL
each Box. Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
" Address, HRNRYA.COSTAR,
484 Broadway, N. Y.
ar1 Sold
tef .By
All Dru%gists ;od Retailers everywhero
Routh. Barnes, Ward & Co.,-New Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCREAt OF RATS.-Thi Farmer'
Gaselts (luglisi asserts and proves by fig
ures that one pnrof RATS *ill have a pro
geny and decendhnts no less than 051,060'
[nthree'years. Now. unless this immenso
family can be kep(l down. ihy would con
sume more food than iould- sustain 6,00W
hunan beings.
BW'r See''COISTAn'S"'adYrVement above.:
1866.
RATS versua BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in ullooting small birds i a cruel man; who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give tw
the benefit of their experience In .driving
out thEse pOSti We need something be
sides dofs, catp, and traps for this busine,
-Seientqfic Amer'itan. N. .
M. See "CosiR's" advertisement above;.
1866.
'CO8TAR'S" ItAT INTERMINATOR lo
simtple, safp and sure-the most perfecs
RAT-ifisiti3n meetIbg we have evir attend
ed. Every Rat that can get it, proplerly
%prepared, will eat it, and every. one that
eats it will die, generally at some place a 8
distant as possibld from were it, was taken.
-Lake hore. MAich, Mirror.
8W.See "CosTR's" advertisement above
186G.
NOUSEKEEME14 troubled with vermine
need be so no longrr, if they USe "C~osTA's"
Extermiator. evosed it toour'sati.-.
faction ; and if a box os $6, we would ha,v
It. WVe ave tried poison's, but they efreoted;
no3hing ; but "Cost,ar's" article knoeks the'
breath out of Rats, iceo, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quioker thapa we can write It.'.
It is in great demand all over the coay
--Mendina, Ohio, Gazete. ***
'S.See "CosAa's" advertisementakovp
1866a.
A VOICE FROM TEE FAR WEdr -- -
Speaking of "CostAR's" Rat, Roseh, Ant
&o., Eaterminator-qn5ore grain and pro
.vsosaedestro red annaply inGra
of Thi. RI4 and. iseot EmDr.--pL.ee.tfr
Se 8Wa~laR'"adetissaabutaboyv
1866.
FARMERS AND EO0 UEFP518
should recollect that runeds. of dollars'
w-eth of Gran, ?rotled~ &e., te an
ndally detroyedi by-Rlae,.Asts, .andt
other n secsad wor' of whiehouJ
be prevented by wo~*hv'vrth~
"CostAa's'- Rat, RaA , be., Exter
umator, bqlt . g~ej
- Se.'iC e4 s tabve.
- .Wold
t rgs.an eh8 vpo

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