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UNITED3 STATES GOVERMENT.
President-Rutherford B. Hayes,
of Ohio, to March 4, 1881.
Secretary of Stato-William M.
Evarts, of Now York.
Secretary of Treasury-John
Sherman, of Ohio.
Secrotary of War-Gco. W. Mc
Crary, of Iowa.
Secretary of Navy-Richard
Thompson, of Indiana.
Secretary of Interior-Carl
Schurz, of Missouri.
Attorney Genoral-Charlos Dov
ens, of Massachusetts.
Postinaster General-David M.
Key, of Tennesseo.
President of the Son at(--William
A. Wheolor, of Now York.
Secretary of Sonato-Georgo C.
Gorham, of California.
Speakor of House of Representa
tives-Sainuel J. Randall, of Penn
Clerk-Geo. M. Adams, of Kon
SUPREME COURT OF UNITED
Chief Justice-Hon. M. R. Waite,
Associate Justics-Hon. Ward
Hunt, of New York; Hon. Nathan
liflord, 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 Jersov.
The Suproimo Court holds one
session annually, in Washington,
beginning on the first Monday in
UNITED STATES COURTS IN
Circuit Judgo-Hugh L. Bond.
Circuit Clork-James E. Hagood.
District Judge-Goorge S. Bryan.
Marshall-. M. Wallace.
D)istrict Attorney-L. C. Nor
Terms for holding United States
Circuit Court-First Monday in
April, at Charleston; four th Monday
in November, at Columbia.
'Terms for holdling United States
District Court-First Monday in
January, M~ay, July and October, in?
Charleston, for E'astern District;
first Monday in August, at Green
ville, for Western District. [The
court held at Greenvilleoexercises
Circuit Court powers.]
UNITE~D STATES OFFICERS IN
.Postmaster-T. D. Oxnor,
Deputy Postmuastor-W. S. Rabb.
United States Commissionor
Henry N. Obear..
GOVERNMENT 01" THlE STATEC
01" SOUTLH CAROLINA.
Lieutenant Govornor-W. D.
Secretary of State-R. M. Sims.
Attorney General-LeRoy F.
State Treasurer-S. L. Leaphart.
Adjutant and Inspector General
E. W. Moise.
Superintendent of Penitentiary
T. J. Lipscomnb.
Superintendent of Lunatic Asylum
-Dr.?P. E. Griffin.
Governor's Private Secretary
Wade H. Manning.
SUPRE~ME COURT OF SOUTH
Chief Justice--A. J. Willard, Co
Associate Justico-flenry McIvor,
Associate Justice-A. C. 1[askell,
Clerk-A. M. Boozer, Lexington.
Roeporter-j. S. G. Richardson,
First Circuit--The countios of
Orangoburg and Charleston.
Second Circuit--.The counties of
Aiken, Barnwell, Colleton and
Third (1iruit-The counties of
Sumter, Clarondon, Williamsburg,
Chesterflold, Marlboro, Darlington,
Marion and Horry.
Fifth Circuit-Tho counties of
Kershaw, Richland, Edgefield and
Sixth Circuit-The counties of
Chester, Lancaster, York and Fair,
Seventh Circuit-Tho counties of
Newberry, Laurens, Spartanubirg
Eighth Circuit-The counties of
Greenville, Anderson, Oconco, Pick
ens and Abbovillo.
First-B. C. Prossloy.
Socond-A, P. Aldrich.
Third--T. B. Frasor.
Fourth-J. H. Hutdson.
Fifth--Joseph B. Kershaw.
Sixth-T. J. Mackey.
Seventh-W. H. Wallace,
COUNTY G40V 14-NM1.NT, FAIR
County Commissioners-Jno. A.
Hinnaut, R. E. Ellison, C. S. Means.
Clerk of the Board-I. N. With.
Sheriff-S. W. Ruff.
Clerk of Court-W. I. Kerr.
Treasuror-Ja.q. Q. Davis.
Auditor-I. N. Withers.
Judge of Probate-J. R. Boylos.
School Commissioner-Julm Boyd.
Jury Com-missionor-I. S. Leo.
County Physician-Dr. T. T.
Ini,ondant-Jas. A. irico.
Wardons--R. J. McCariloy, T. R.
Robertson, J. H. ("uIntmings, Win.
Clork and Treasurer-Vin. N.
Chief of Police--W. B. Gilbert.
MTANTI.-A 00D MAN FOR EVERY
T State ande Trritory in the Union,- a fair
salary p11d. CAlII O addresm LA HENLLE Man
ufactuiing company, V.J Clark Street, Citicago.
Y~rjVN TEl)11M(IENto Call
WKANT FID v";," nt oc,s .
ath dW111111g Lowns for the best, velling
hoSiihold arlicIeS In thI e worlt. 'T'1 top prollts,
write at once 10 NeW York Manfturit lng Cuilm
I)any, 2 Clinton Place, New York.
AGENTS' READ THIS.
I? will pay A.gen(s a Salary of $100 per
ionilth and expenses, or allow n large
comilmission io sell 01ur1 new anlid woliderful in
ventills. Wo Imean What, wNe say. Addreiss
Without (elaY, 8lIERMAN & CO., Marshall.
JOHNSON'S Anodyne Unmen. will posllye
l.prevVen, this terrible diimase, and iwill posi.
ively cure nine oj!0s% in ten. InforInation
that Will Havi many lives fent freo by maIl
Dont, delay a mnoment. Prevention 1s better
than Cure. sold evrywheire. j. s. JOnNSON
& Co., Bangmr, Maine.
A GREAT OFFER FOR
We will durainog the h ilktlays dispnse of onei
hIIitinredl PIANo8 AND) OltuANs, af. 4'xltrrd
dinary Lo0w PRICESR for ('ASl. Splendid Or
ganis 2 8-5 sets o1 rms ela Iy-lIve dlirs, ttbr~ee
Sets with sub ilass and( Coupl)er eight-y dlollar-,
2 sets ilfly dolla rs, I set forty dollars I et.
tirtsy-live. 7 octave all Itosewooti PiANo8
$130. I I--I do $140. Warranted fr SIX years.
AGENTS WANTEl,. IIllstrated CLiIilotts
,haIled. Musih at, half prIce, ifootACit WA..
TiltS & sONS, Malnufactu,rers and I)ealers,
Foa ty East, FOulrteenthi Street, New York.
(Aj LAME BACK.
EN SON'S CA P~CINEI PORoIUS P'LASTElt.
This arLicle Ia 01ne whIeh really possesses ex
raordinary23 merIt. ny consult Ing relIible
physlelans In yo'ur own i locaLlity, you wvIll hond
I hat the a bove Is tirue. I,la far superior to.
the ordInary porous piasler, all th so-called,2
-lect'rical app)liances. anid to all exterl~l
remledies whatever. ft, contains entirely new
'ICeinents whl'e.h cauIse It to recllevo paini at,
.anee, strengt.hen amt eure where other' plas
Ier.i wIll not evenl relIeve. For Lamenes.s8and(
Weakness of the lback, dilseased idny,ug
ind Chest dlileulties. Rhieumatlim, N eglect
'd Colds, Femialo Affectiotls, and all 10oen1
iches a1 nd( painIs, Iit, l iply tho bost, reedy
Sold by all D)rugglsta, -
-PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
FOR LAUNDRY USE.
For Sale Evrywhere.4
TO MAKE MONEY
Pleaantiladfast agnt hudad
dreas FINL'EY, HIARVEY & C., A tlanto
Geormgia. June lO-.I '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
riIHE largest, stock of the abovo over
L offered) by hin. Great inducernents(
to cash CUStomerat&.
oot 19' U. G. DESP~OIR'ES.
0 N~ If you want to MAKE
AMang, Geogia. tUn l
OHEESEI I OHEE~S I CHEESE
00 LLObSoico Factory Oheose i
As 0 low~ as theloe,
*.t 17 n. I numannM=
BEST FAMILY SI
The "NE.V AMERICAN" is easily learned, t
with less labor than any other machine. I
S. DOVEY, Bauacor, 64 If.
0. BOAG, Agent for Fairfi
FOR DESIGN AND WOR
Beforo making your purchases else,
LUMBER AT PRICES TO S
I keep on hand a full supply o
s of the finest finish. Also, a
$1,000 IN THREE PREMIUMs.
E will pay the agont sending us the
Vlargest list of subscribers bofore
~Iarch .f, .1879, one first-class 7.3 octave,
'oewood or walnut, NEw~ SCALE, UinoirnT
'lAxo, $850.00. Tihis list to bo at least
For the second list, not to be less
~h'tn 200 names, $100 in gold.
For the third list, not to bo less than
100 names, $50 in gold.
For $1 3.00, at one timio, weo will send
en 'opiles ono year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send fivo
~oples' one year.
For threo names and $6.00 we will
;cnd the Companion Scroll Saw andl(
)Drill, value $3.50, as a special premium.
For flvo names and $10.00 we will sond
he Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, and
Fathe, value $5.00, as a special premuiumi.
WVe will send THE flAwE,YE and "OLEAN
NoH FOR TIH E CUnYOUs" i o agents at $3. 00
mnd return $2.00, if the book is not wanted1
mi examination, for its return, pest-paid,
f returned at once. Address
IA WKEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dee 6 Blurlington, Iowa.
SlEW GARDEN and FIRE PUMP.
'lis hovel and ox
is invaluable at the
outbreak of fire, and
for watering gardens
&c. Its construction
dispenses with both
Piston and Stuffing
Blox,doing away withi
11 Friction, Leakage, &e. It is worked
o easily that with it, a lady or child can
birow a steady stream of water over an
rca of ninety feet. ratontod January 14
lid 15, 1867, March 11, 1873. Send for
PRIOE, $6 AND $8.
.O- Agents wanted overywhoro.
689 Broadway, Now York.
)f110o of Dana Bick ford's,
Family Knitting Machine.
~AIAL persons indebted to 0. DUIt
C. AA FRD, deceased, are hereby
oquested to make payment to the un
torsigned; ad thse holding claims
gainst the estate of said deecasod are
eoreby notified to )resent them, ditly
ttested, without dela to
*JAME8 HI. RIION,
d.c 11-f0t mE~eo.
ONLY SEW1IN q '1ACTHINk
WHiCH 11.-4 A
IL has Self-Settiufg Needle.
Never Eireaks the Thread,
Never Skips Stitclics.
Is t!o Lightest rtiag
A Now and Slinpla Device
Winding the Bobbin.
Without removIng the Firnp r-on
tho 13n1anc1C W hedit. I %.
o,UL UnthrendiV; tivi
The timplct, tho Most Iurable,
and in overy respect the
oes not get out of order, and will do more w. rk
liustrated Circular furnished on app:ication,
Charles Street, Daltimore, Md.
RANTED AS REPRESENTED.
ER THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.
turos, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
fMirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
UIT THE TIMES.
" DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
iD TO MAKE TO ORDER.
f Metalic and Rosewood Cases an
aheap stock of Coffins.
. W. PHILLIPS.
TIIIRTY- FOURTII YEAR.
The Mos.t Popular Scientifie Paper in the
Only $2.20 a year, including postage.
Weekly. 52 Numbers a year. 4,000
r' PHE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is a
1.First-C lass Wekly Newspaper of six
teen pages, printedI in the most beantifi
style, p)rofusely illulstrated with splendid
engravigs,rereenting the newest in
ventonsand he ostrecent A dvances
in the Arts and Sciences; including nowv
and1( intesti-ng facts~ in agriculture, hor-.
ticulturo, the home, health, medical
progress, social science, natural history,
geology, astronomy. TJho most valhialo
p lractical papers, by eminent writers in
a.ll departments of science, wvill be found
in the Scientific American:
T lermns, $3 20 p)or year, $1.00 half year,
which includes postage. Discount tro
Agent4. Single copies, ton cents. Sold
by all newsdealors Romit by postal
ordIer to MUNN & CO., Publishers, 37
Park RIow, Newv York
PATENTS. In connection with the
IScientifi A mrian,MeMrs Munn& Co.
Patents, have had thirty-four years ex
perience, and now have the largest es
tabli.shnment in the world. Patents are
obtained on the, bnst terms. A special
notice is made in the Scientific Amieri
can of all Inventions patented through
this agency, with the namo and resi
denco of the patentee. By the immnenso
circulation thus given, the publie atten
tion is directed to the morits of the new
patent, andl sales or introduction often
Any person who has made a new dis
covery or invention, cn ascertain free of
charge, whether a patent can probably
b.e obtained, by writing to the under.
signed. We also send free our lland
Book about the Patent Laws, Patents,
Caveats, Trade-Marks, their cost, and
how procured, with hints for procuring
advances on Inventions. Address for
the paper, or concerning patents,
87 Park Ilow, 19ew York,
.B3ranch Office, Corner F -and 'ith ste.,
Washington, D, C.
ALL persons having claims against
heestate of Peter Halseli, do..
ceased, are hereby notified to present
the same, properly attested, and all per
eons indebted to Bald deceased are
not fled to makce Immediate payment, to
H. 3. McEEOWN,
doe 25-x86 Adm.n.....or
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