District Judge-Win It Itobert'ot.
Commispioner in Equity-8Isoap H M.ake.
Clerk of Court,.Sail 13 Clo*iney.
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever.
Tax Collector-Robert H Jonhiag
' Escheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary ?ublio4a P Stiwarl.
Jas E Cldwell, William Crosby, Robert
Ua*thorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib.
son, George 11 Mliller, James Aiken, William
P Broom, William, M Martin, Dr William
Carlisle, E H Conuts, Dr D Lauder#ale.
BOARDS OF 0OMMISSIONEkS.
Commissioners of Uo4s.
Howell 1dmunds, John Lemon, 'Edward
P Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C'Ghappell,
Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles. John 8
Douglass, Robert Vord, John W McMeekin,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor. -
Conmissioners of Free Se.ools.
Thos J-H Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, WiMiam Crosby, James A MoCro.
ry, R E Ellison, Dr 3 It McMaster, Dr W E
Comnmissioners to Approve Pub
Henry L EIiott,VQ j en, John H
Propst, Mansel Hal tewart.
Conmnissionersof Public Build.
James B McCants, I%gh B MoMa4ter,
br W, E Aiken, 0 - R Thonijon0',' . James It
Rion, Thomas Jordan, Gedrge l.IcMaster.
Conumis%iouers of ' t'Poa
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Oook, D B Kirkland.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardcs-Dr C H1 Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Senatc-Gen John Braton.
House of Representatives-William J
Allston, James It Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
Mount Zion Society,
James R Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion College-W R
RobertPon, J D McCants, J H Rion, G H
McMastqr, Dr W E Aiken.
Prinelpallad Teachers of Mt.
- -Z- o2 College.
G A. Woodward-Principal.
Assistanta-Rev W P DaBose, W M
Government of the United Stites.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Tennes.
Secretary of State-W. H. Seward, of
Secretary of War--Edwin M. Stanton, of
Postmaster General-William Dennison,
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Secretary of the iiterior-James Harlan,
Secretary of the freasury-Hugh McCul
lough, of Illinois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
President of the Senate-lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the Hlouse-Schuyler Colfax,
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maine.
6. Noah h, Swayne, Ohio.
- . Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
0. Samuel F. Field, Californi,a.
- Wingfleld Seott, Virginia.
. Ulysses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant GenetalLorenzo Thomnas, Dela.
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
Quartermnaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
oprner Queen and AMeeting Street.,
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T HIS POPUL~AR .AND WELL
KNOWN HO0USE is now fully open
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refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
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ot South. The patronage, of the publi. is
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A Statfifent -qf the Ileasons and Facts tchich
made me a Baptist.
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"No Baptist family should be witlho,t it. No
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Tiht, ]Diy Express,
TT AS entered upon its fifteenth year, in an
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chants and others desiring to comisunieate
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oet 24'66 Pet'ersburg, Va.
EVEttYBODY SHOULD H-%VE A COPY
Isnteral Reveuu1ne Gailde.
EING an abstract ofthe Internal Revenue,
a fyll Direct (or Land) Tax Liws of the
nited States, with Schedules of Taxation,
Licenses, Stamp Duties, Exemptions. show.
Ing the Rates under the various Tax .otw.
since July I, 1802. add intended for the zqne.
ral information o the Tax-Payers i to which
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passed during the War, relative to Abandon.
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Tnhe Soutiern Express Cosas panj
4hFPER ensrpassed fAcilities for the ship.
ment (from Augusta and poim'ts South.)
Q Cottoni, Ctton Goods, and heavy freIghts,
for Savannah, New York, and all point. North
Through receipts given on which lnsuraic
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-Internal Revenue Tax will be pid, pr bonds
gi anbythi Copn,i acordance with
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mpany is now prepared to forward
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To Petersburg, Va., Ly nchburg, Vn.,
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Golds ro', N. C,,-. Wimington', N. C.,
AND TO WAY CTATtoNs ON THE5
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Railroad, Petersburg Railroad4 J'1orth~ Caronina
Railroad, Raleigh and GastoA Rairoad, WII.
min ton and Weldon Ra road, and 'Western f.
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Mobile, Ala., ' Montgomer.y, Ala.,
Selma, Ala. .Jacksom, Miss.,
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ern Edifroad, Atlanta pnd. West Point Rails,
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wil brre 6& EK d' e.v botharge
9qr lsIon and draa,ar.
ri re are left at ou Oflice, 'rods wi'l be
eel and ibrwartt fifrsexpea
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