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ENE . RAL DIRECTORYs
. District Judge-Wn It Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-l~Isaa H Means.
Clerk of Court--Saml B Clowney.
Shoriff-Elisha W Ollever.
Ordinary-James Johnston.
Tax Oollector-Robert H Jennings.
Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Eacheator-Jaeob Feaster.
. Notary,Pubile-Jas 8 Otewart.
.Magistritte.
Ja; E Caldwel William Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel 11 Kirkland, Henry Gib
son, George H Miller, James Aiken,.William
P Broom, WiNiam M Martin, Dr William
Carlisle, H ) Counts Dr D Lauderdale.
B0ARM8 OF OMEISSIONERS.
Comnaisosers of logids.
Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward
Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
Ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R M0aster, Thomas M Lyles. John,8
Douglass,.Robert Ford, John W McMeekin,
L M Bookhalrdt,.Gen Edward Taylor.
ConamlssioneVs of Free Schools.
Thos J if Jones, Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, Willian Crosby, James A MoCto.
ry, R E Ellison, Dr J It McMaster, Dr W E
Allen.
CommissionerstoApprove Pub
lie Securities.
Henry L Elliott, James R Aiken, John H
Propet, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Comnmissioners of Public Build
Ings.
James B McCants, Hugh B McMaster,
)r W ! Aikon, 0 R Thompson, James H
Ition, Thomas Jordan, George H MoMaster.
Comnmisioners of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clark.
Gen P b Cqok, D B Kirkland.
Towna Officers.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C H Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Representatives.
Senate-Gen John Bratton.
House of Representatives-William J
Allston, James R Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
19oqut Zion Society,
James R Aiken-President.
Janmes 8 Stewart-Seoretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion College-W R
Robertron, J B McCants, J H Rion, G H
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Priuac1pa an d Teachers of Mt.
Zion College.
0 A Woodward-Prinoipal.
A stants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Government of the United Sthtes.
President-Andrew Jbhnson, of Tennes
see.
Secretary of State-W. H. Sewatd, of
New York.
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
Postmaster General-William Deanisv,
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Connebiout.
Secretary of the iuntaor-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
' Secretary of the rreasury-Hugh McCul
lough, of Illirois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
tucky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette 8.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the Houso-LSchuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
SUPRBN COUDRT.
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
I. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania.
* 4. Nathan Clif'ord, Maino.
0. Noah Hf. Swayne, Ohio.
8. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuel F. Field, California.
J.rZOTaxANT OSIxaAr..
Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant General Lorenso Thomas, Dela
.ware.
Judge Advocate General, osueph Holt,
D. C.
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
eg,ofPennsylvania.
Arnor Queen and Meeting Street.,
CREAERL 28TO0N, . 8, C.
. HIS POPULAR AND. WELL
. N~O Wit HOUSE Is now fully open
frthe reception of visitors, having been
refurnished wish Nisw and Elegant Fural
ture throughout; and of'ers to 'the traveller
aeoona,modatiogs and convenIences as a First
Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South...- The patronage of the public is
respectfully solieits4
Res of Board per day, . $d 0J
"" per month as may
agreed on. JOSEPH PURCELL,
feb 24'66-t .Proprietor.
The Reown. Courier,
?Uar,rsHUD wasNr,y Al Proxx 3N . 3., 5. 0.,
BY R. A. TtI0MP80N & 0O'.,
'TERMS-One. Dollar- and Twebty-.ly
. Coats for six months, In advance
Adwersisements inserted at 51 . er senare
for the Arst Insertion, and 60 eens for each
subsequent insertion. (0$t 24'E5
The Onui3a *earui,,
1U5.rsR3A W5SELT AT' OAKDUN, 5. 0.,
JT.' HERSHMAN.
WIliNSBORO
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
BY
Gaillard, Desportes & Co.
The people of the Distriot are
respectfully solicited to give
the ONEWS" theirskapport.
A District Paper shuould
find its way to every
fireside In its owim
District.
IT CONTAINS THE LATEST GENERAL IN
TELLIGENCE, AND A VARIETY 0V
READING MATTE& INSTRUC
TIVE AND ENTERTAINING,
ALL KINDS OF
JOB' WORK
EXECUTED WITH NEATNERS
AND DISPATCH, AND AS REA.
SONABLY AS CAN BE DONE
ELSEWHERE, SUCH AS
POSTERS,
BILL-HEADS,
CARDS,
LABELS,
BLANKS
&C., &C., Cr,
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FOUND AT 'ALL TIMES,
ALL RLINDS OF
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March 22, i8866
YTDto*thes Interesti''of the#Pro,
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ed at.ohatigtto C. .Terms of iubsorip-,
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For six 0athe, $2 00
For one year, , 4 00
Taxs ov Atuflrisiwa-ifteen cents
a line, or fbr the space of a line. To yearly
advertisers, a liberal- dedaotion oil the
above will be made.
All Obituary and other Notices charged
at one centper word,
Subscribers desiring to Save theft Post
Offices ohngedt, will stote both where their
papers are now being nt, and where they
would have them direl. d in future. -
For one month before each Rubscription
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remind the subsori,ber to renew his subscrip
tion by an early remittance.
All communications should be addresse4,
John Wilkes Treasurer, Ohurch IntelUigeceir,
Chartste, . 0." Feb I
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Charlotte, N. C.
I PUBLISHED DAILY AND
TRI-WEEKLY, and furnished to sub
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" six months, 6.00
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The Weekly News, containing twenty.
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and a copy to the getter up gratis.
Terms of advertising.-In the Daily. and
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each subsequent insertion. A reasonablq
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for a longer period than one month.
Advertisements inserted in the Weekly
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All let ters on business with the above
publications should be addressed to,
WARING & HERRON,
ebl 1 Charlotte, N. C.
Tie CKIRISTIAL INDEX
BY 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."CHILD'S INDEX" Ihave
been publishing.
Price of -'Indelt," p'r ainum $8 00
Price of "Child's thdex," " : 60
Money may be remitted at once, as my do.
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 thleir re
mittances. ,
It is my intention to issue first class pa
pers, and no pains or expense will be spared
to eeure that end. The best writers and
correspondents will be secured, and the
highest religious anti literary talent will be
given,to - the papers. Thd CHILD'S PA
PER will be profusely. illustrated and will,
in every sense, be nade to conform to
new title,
The Child's Delight,
Money may be sent by Express or other
wise--if by Express, at.my risk, if the ex
press receipt is -sent me,' on the resumption
of mail failitis.
My connection with the firm'of J. *.
Buike & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab
ih an office in Macon, Ga., where commu
n.cations. may be addressed.
SAMUML BOYKIN.
RJ||VIVED I
k NEW BERI.I5 OP
" THE BAPTIST BANNER, "
WILL BE COMMENCED
ON SATURDAY, THU 9TH IN5TAN'i, AT AUoU5
TA,osoR0e5A,
By the Former Proprietor.
AM happy in being 6ble lo make e
-above announcement. The Banner- will
be published s'tory Satrdy.,
' Subaetiptions.are -respectflully so
licited. '$8.00 p annum. Address
.'JAME-N. ELLS, Proprietor.
* B a'oh newspaper in Georgia and
South Carolina will please,.eof' twice, and
send bill to.J N. E. sept 28'65--2
The, OInester stasadard,
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Any person obtaining *eclub of Cen names
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~T 'three Dollavi per annnm.in United
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or THE
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T HIE subsbtil4ers will commence' in the
City of Charlestoh4 early in -Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to bp.known as the
W1EBLY RECORD.
It will contain eight pages of fine paper
and clear type, and will make when bound,
a volume of permanent value.
While cootaining all the latest religions
intelligence from the Church at home and
abroad, it will also contain 9 Weekly digest
of sodial, mercantile and political intellt-.
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literary, scientific and agricultural suojecs,
making a journal acceptable to the city and
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Ministers throughout the South, acting
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lie entitled to a copy.
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Address "Weekly Record," Keylox No. 8.
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-S nativc Carolinians, the publishers
wilfn: arally look to tlho interest. of
their own State, and to that of the Soutli:
and as citizens of the United States they will
not be wanting in the pioper nmount of de.
votion and repet for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made to make
the DAILYNE WSa first, class newspaper,
and in'ever way worthy of the patronage
of th iAblL,
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procuring subscriptions, will be allowed the
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Proprietors,
.No. 18 Hayna St. Charleston, S. C,
oct 24'65
The White utae's Paper,
THE EW YORK DAY BOOK.
A FIRST cles weekly paper, in favor of
. the Constitution as it is, aud the
Union as it was.
The Day Book is not reprinted from a
daily, but is made'up exprewly for weekly
circulation, with a Careful summary of the
news from all the States, and dli parts of
the World, with narket Reports, Agricul.
tural, Finance, Literature, &c.
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Old subscribers to the Day-Book, through
out the Southern --&es, will receive the
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Bend for & speoin1n copy, which will be
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Address,. giving postoffice, county and
State in fuill
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oct 24'66
Thse Botteraseyr
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Author of eReminiocenses of Cuba," "Wood
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One vol., 16 mo clth, ..........Price $1.25
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or the soothing tide of Thought and limagina.
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THE CIJANGE.
OR
-A Statement of the Reasons and Facle which
made me a Baptist.
BY t CV. T. B. E140SD16Y.
One volulie. 16 tmo.cloth, .......Price'S260'
But few writeri wield a pen %yitm such con
summate skill, grace %nd vigor, as Mr. Kingo.
bury. II1e book lis receiveu-the most hear'y
and earnest critical endorsement of Elders .
E. Skinner. J. D. Huffmnan, Editor Biblical Re.
corder. N. U. Cobb, Cor. Sec. N. C. jImptipt
Board of blisaions. and olIer eminent Divines,
"No Baptist family shonid he wiihoat it, No
opponent of the Uaotists shoid tid to read it.1i
Oct 19'65
The Daily Express,
PETERSBURG, VA.,
HAS entered tipon its fifteentt year, in an
enlarged rorm, with new type. under
nuspices highly flattering. It hs a large and
daily increasing circulation. and offors to mer.
chants anJ others desiring to conmuneate'
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Address
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oct24'65. Petersburg, Va.
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The Book will contain aboist 71 pages, and
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