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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
President-Rutherford B. Hayes,
of Ohio, to March 4, 1881.
Secretary of State-William M.
Evarts, of New York.
Secretary of Treasury-John
Sherman, of Ohio.
Secretary of War-Goo. W. Mc
Crary, of Iowa.
Secretary of Navy-Richard
Thompson, of Indiana.
Secretary of Interior-Carl
Schurz, of Missouri.
Attorney General-Charles Dev
ens, of Massachusetts.
Postmaster General-David M.
Key, of Tennessee.
President of the Senate-William
A. Wheeler, of New York.
Secretary of Senate-George C.
Gorham, of California.
Speaker of House of Representa
tives-Samuel J. Randall, of Penn
Clerk-Geo. M. Adams, of Ken
SUPREME COURT OF UNITED
Chief Justice-Hon. M. R. Waite,
Associate Justices-Hon. Ward
Hunt, of New York; Hon. Nathan
Clifford, of Maine; Hon. Noah H.
Swayne, of Ohio; Hon. Samuel F.
Miller, of Iowa; Hon. Stephen J.
Field, of California; William M.
Strong, of Pennsylvania; Joseph
P. Bradley, of New Jersey.
The Supreme Court holds one
session annually, in Washington,
beginning on the first Monday in
UNITED STATES COURTS IN
Circuit Judge-Hugh L. Bond.
Circuit Clerk-James E. Hagood.
District Judge-George S. Bryan.
Marshall-R. MI. Wallace.
District Attorney-L. C. Nor
Terms for holding United States
Cirauit Court-First Monday in
April, at Charleston; fourth Monday
in November, at Columbia.
Terms for holding United States
District Court-Pirst Monday in
January, May, July and October, in
Charleston, for Eastern District ;
first Monday in August, at Green~.
yille, for 'Western District. [T1he
court held at Greenville exercises
Circuit Court powers.]
UNITED STATES OFFICERS IN
Postmaster-T. D. Oxner,
Deputy Postmiaster-W. S. Babb.
Unmted States Commissioner
Henry N. Obear.
GOVERNTMENT OF THE STATE
OF SGUTH CAROLINA.
Lieutenant Governor-W. D.
Secretary of State-R. MI. Sims.
Attorney General-LeRoy F.
State Treasurer-S. L. Leaphart.
Adjutant and Inspector General
E. W. M:oise.
Superintendent of Penitentiary.
T. J. Lipscomb.
Superintendent of Lunatio Asylum
--Dr. P. E. Griffin.
' Governor's Private Secretary-.
Wade H. Manning.
SUPREME COURT OF SOUTH
Chief Justice-A. J. Willard, Co
Associate Justice--Henry MoIver,
Associate Justice-A. C. Hlaskell,
Clerk-A. LI. Boozer, Lexington.
Reportr-J. S. G. Richardeon,
irst Circuit-The counties of
Orangoburg and Charleston.
Second Circuit--The ounties of
Alken, - Barnwell, Colleton and
TbMraCitenit-The counties of
*Suniter;, Clarendon, Williamsburg,
M'onrth Circui....., cOunie of
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Darlington,
Mar'ou and Horry.
Fifth Circuit-The counties of
Kershaw, Richland, Edgefield and
Sixth Circuit-The counties of
Chester, Lancaster, York and Fair
Seventh Circuit-Tho counties of
Newberry, Laurens, Spartanburg
Eighth Circuit-The counties of
Greenville, Anderson, Oconee, Pick
ens and Abbeville.
First-B. C. Pressley.
Second-A, P. Aldrich.
Third-T. B. Fraser.
Fourth-J. H. Hudson.
Fifth--Joseph B. Kershaw.
Sixth-T. J. Mackey.
Seventh---W. H. Wallace,
COUNTY GOVERNMENT, FAIR
County Cominissioners-Jno. A.
Hinnant, R. E. Ellison, C. S. Means.
Clerk of the Board-I. N. With.
Sheriff-S. W. Ruff.
Clerk of Court-W. H. Kerr.
Treasurer-Jas. Q. Davis.
Auditor-I. N. Withers.
Judge of Probate-J. R. Boyles.
School Cominissioner-John Boyd.
Jury Commissionor-1. S. Lee.
County Physician-Dr. T. T.
Intendaut-Jas. A. Brice.
Wardens-R. J. McCarley, T. R.
Robertson, J. H. Cummings, Win.
Clerk and Treasurer-Wm. N.
Chief of Police-W. B. Gilbert.
WANTED.-A GOOD MAN FOR EVERY
WState and Territory in the Union - a fair
salary paid. Call or addrem LA BELL1 Man
utatturing Company, 93 Clark street, Chicago.
Y.ANTE E T Wnsbr, S* C.
IM0s1111119 town w>-r the best selln
hohotllir ilUsii~inmteworiti. rip top)proitts,
write at one to N ew York knutact urn g Com
pany, 2 Clinton Place, New York.
AGENTS' READ THIS.
Will pay Agents a salary of $100 per
nionth and expenses, or allow a large
commission to sell our new and wonderful in
VCnti114. WV0 Mean1 What we say. Address,
without delay, 81HRMAN & CO., Marshall,
JOHNSON'S Anodyne Liniment wm! positive
y prevent is terriblo diseso, and will post.
ttely cure nine onses in ten. Information
th"at will save many lives sent free by mail.
Don't delay a moment.. Prevention is better
an cure. sold everywhere. 1. S. JONSOX
& CO., Bangor, Maine.
A GREAT OFFER FOR
HOLIDAYS Y I
WVo will (luring the halidays dispose of one
hundred PIANOS AND) ORGANs, et, extraordi
dlinary Low P'RICEs for CASII. splendid Or
gas 2w3-0 suts of rees Clexty-flyecdilars thre
29sets lifty dollars, 1 set fort,y dollars I se
$13 714 do $140 ~Varranted fr SIX yas.
AGENTS WANT1ED. Illumstrated Cataloues
Mailed. Music at. half price. HORACE WA
TElRs & liONs, Manufacturers and Dealers,
Forty East, Fourteenth Street, New York.
'Aj LAME BACK.L
WEAK BA CK.1
ENSON'S CAPCI NEI PO ROUS PLASTER.
This article is one which really psesses ex-1
traordinary merit. By consulting reliable
physicians in your own locality, you will flnd I
that the a bove is true. It is far suiperior to.
t,he ordinary porous plaster, all the so-called i
electrical applances, and to all external]
remedIes whatver. It contains entirely new -
elements wh'ch cause it to relieve pain atI
ance, strengthen and( cure where ether plas
Wakn ess of te baek diseased Ki nes,Land
and Chest dlifmeult,ies, Rheumatism, N eglc
ed Colds, Female Affectious and ali oeal
achles and pains, it is simply ihe best remedy
Sold by all Druggists,
PRICE TwVENTY-FIvE CENTS.
FOR LAUNDRY USE.
For Sale Everywhere.&
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
3oots and Shoes
From uwnning over,
ndRpping In the
BEST FAMl1. S1
The 6NEW AMERICAN" In eaa..y learned,
with less labor than any other machine.
J. S. DOVEY. Manager, 04 N
0. BOAG, Agent for Fairfi
FOR DESIGN AND WOR
Before making your purchases elsey
LUMBER AT PRICES TO S
I keep on hand a full supply o
a of the finest finish. Also, a
At The At
in Dry Goods, Bool
Worth of Goods to be sold regard
prom the market the third time ti
>enefit of the recant decline in Dry
~an now show you New Goode cheal
have no old goods to try to get o1i
tanded down from season, dear at ai
rou. Every article in my house is
Lnd will be sold much less for cash,
ilsewhere. Road my price list and lI
Eilegant Calicoes, 5jt cents.
3iraniteville 3-4 Shir ting, 5 cents.
14 Bleached Shirting, 5 cents.
Striped Cassimeores, 10 cents.
I'hree yards of Jeans for 25 cents.
Look at my 20 cents Jeans.
Black Alpaca a specialty.
75 cents Alpaca reduced to 62} cts.
A very good article at 85 cents.
White and Red Flannels at cost.
MIy popular side split Corset re-.
duced to $1.25.
Ladies' Silk Ties, 5 cents.
Ladies' untrimmed Hats, good styles
only 25 cents.
JOHN L. MIMNAUG:
"T HE T E ACH ER."
rTN JANUARY next we will issue the
.1. frst6number of
L monthly journal devoted to the in
erests of Teachors, Schools, and the
aanse of Education in general. To brin
I within the reach of al, we have fixed
he subscription prica at, the low rate of
Fmr OENTm Pan ANNUM.
Specimen opy will be sent by mail
>repaid on rece i of a five cent stamp
pA* Teachers will do well to send fr
ur Educational Catalogue.
at ~-ztm fLDRDGE'& BRP.,
S2fm 17 North Ith St., Phil.
JNEY lesntl a:
ad qNLR HAR at
IT I TEiij
ONLY SEWING MACHINE
WHICn JI..; A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
3 the L.lightest Runuing
A New and Simple Device
Winding tho Bobbin
Without removing tho orniv f-on
tho linace W befl . nL-1 un aL
vut Uytbrend'Ag tiu
The Simplest, the M.ost Durable,
and in every respect the
does not get out of order, and will do more wcrk
Illustrated Circular furnished on application.
Charles Stroet, Baltimoro, Ld.
RANTED AS REPRESENTED.
ER THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic-,
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Bods, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
UIT THE TIMES.
" DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
iD TO MAKE TO ORDER.
F Metalio and Rosewood Cases an
-heap stock of Coffins.
. W. PHILLIPS.
Ls, Shoes, Hats, &c.
less of cost. Having just returned
i.s season, and therefore got the
Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., I
er than ever brought to Winneboro.
on you, rotten with old ago and
ay price, even if they give them to
ew and direct fromt manufacturer.s
~han old gooda you see advertised
oep it for comparison.
Flowers ranging from 10 cents up
to something nice at 40 and 50 ets.
Good Spool Thread at 2} cents.
Look at my Children's Shoes, 25 eta.
up to Misses Shoes, 40 and 50 eta.
A splendid one piece woman's plow
Shoe, 'at 85 cents and $1.00.
The best man's plow Shoe in the
State for the money, only $1.00'
My Ladies' fine Shoes can't be beat
for style and finish.I
Eagle and Phonix Ball Thread at
A big drive in Ladies' Collarettes at
El, The Acknowledged UJndersellor.
NEW GARDEN and FIRE PUMP.
This novel and ex
is invaluable at the
I outbreak of firo, and
for wvaterIng gardens
&c. Its construction
dispenses with bothr
Piston and Stuffin
Box, doing away with
all Friction, Leakage, &c. It is worked
so easily that with it, a lady or child can
throw a steady stream of water over an
area of nlnoty feet. P'atented January 14
and 15, 1887, March 11, 2873. Send for
PRICE, $6 AND $8.
.A Agents wanted everywhere.
THE DANA BIOKFORD Co.,
089 Broadway, New York,
Office of Dansa Biekford's,a
Family Knitting Machine.
Pay your subscription to the
Naws AsD HUnanD.
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