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WORDS OF KINDNESS.
Ever ap,eak in tones of kindness
To the sad and weary heart,
Never let an unkind answer
Cause the bitter tear to start;
For how many spirits broken,
Crusted beneath a world of oare,
Have been cheered by kind words spoken,
Cheer'd their weary load to bear.
None-the human soul can fathom,
None its mysteries can explore;
'Tim a wonderful creation
Launched on Time's eventful shore;
And-while earth its wings shall tramel,
Few the pages we may read,
But in glory we may view it
When from mortal ye sture freed.
Rik* an instrument of in usic
1 is delicately strung,
Then ne'er let a note of sorrow
From its tender chords be wrung::.
But may entle words awaken
Sounds of joy, and peace, and love,
Such as angel choirs are breathing
In the o-oarts of light abcve.
Then ever- speak in tones of kindness
To'the sorrow-stricken heart,
And nerer let a word or action
Cause the bitter tear to start;
For how many spirits broken
Bound beneath a load of care,
Have been-cheer'd by kind words spoken
Cheer'd their daily cross to bear.
The skeleton of a monster animal was dis
covered in a mine about seven miles from
Dubuque, Iowa, on the 27th ult. The ani
mal could not have been less than twenty
feet in length, andimay have been much
larger. Some of the joints measured five
and a half inches in diameter, notwithstand.
ing they were greatly wasted away.
The Pk-esident has proclaimed the
convention between the United States
and J'Apan for the reduction or import
Gen. Frank Blair, it is said, will be
the next conservative candidate fbr the
Governor of Missouri.
Now Work Dlty News.
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mnt (from Augusta,and points sout,.)
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For particulars and rates, Inquire or South.
ern Express Company.
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GOLD AND SILVER COIN, CURRENCY
PARCELS, AND FREIGHTS,
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A-ND To WAY STATIONS ON THE
- virginia and Tennunsee Railroad, South-Sidio
Rail road, Pf,ter.burg Itallroad, North Carolinma
Railroad, Raleig and Gaston Railroad. WVii.
min ton and 'Vedon Railroad, and Western
N. L. Railroad.
LETTERS, MONEY PACEAGMES AND>
To Columbia, S. C., Charleston, S. C:,
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Macon, Ga., Columbus, G'a.,
Mobile, Ala., Montgomery, Alka,
Selma, Ala-. ,Jackson,, Misea,
. New Orleans, La.
' AND To wMY STATOINs oN THE
Charlotte & S. C., Railroad, South Carolina,
Railroad. Georgia Railroad, Macon and West
ern Railroad, Atlanta and West Point Itail,
roadi Souathwestern Railroad, Southern Rail.
road, and Alabama and Mississippi Railroad.
All Goods shipped by thme Adams and Harden
Ezpveas Companies. and marked to the care
of tie Southern Express Company, will be
proptyforwarded to destination.
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will beforwarded by Emxpress without charge
for commission and drayage.
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oct 1966 ADAM EIORRS6 CO.
KZNIVES and Forks, Pruning Knives,
.t.Butten Halves. Pallet Knives, Razori,
Door Looksy Gbt4on Cards, Pad Looks, Oar
deza Parks, 8pades, Shovels, Rakes, Curry
Colnbs, Hbtchetsa, &e. Just received by
ICETCH IN, MeMAS'Mik & COS,
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Dul)OSE EGLESTON & CO.,
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District Judge-Win R Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-Isaa4 H bbes2s.
Clerk of Court-Sam B Clowney.
Sheriff-Elieba W Ollover.
Tax Collector-Robert H Jenningis
Notary Publie-Jas 8 Stewart.
Jas E Caldwell, William Croeby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib
son, George H Miller, James Aiken, William
P Broom, William M Martin, Dr William
Carlisle, HI 11 Counts, Dr D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF COMMSSIONERS.
Contmissioners of Roads.
Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward
P Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr J R McMaster, Thomas M Lyles, John 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeokin,
L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Conaisioners of Free Sclaools.
Thos J It Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, James A MoCro
ry, It E Ellison, Dr J RI McMaster, Dr W E
Henry L 1'lliott, James R Aiken, John If
Propst, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Cosaunissiosaersof Public Build.
James B McCants, Hugh B MoMaster,
Dr W ' Aiken, 0 R Thompson, James It
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George 11 MMaster.
Conttitaiioamers of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Intendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C H Ladd. W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Senate-Gen John Bratton.
House of Representatives-William J
Allsiton, James IR Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
Mo1it Ziou Society.
James R Aiken-President.
.lames 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Cellege-W It
Robertson, J B McCants, J H Rion, G 11
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Pritscipal stud Teneiers of Mt.
G A Woodward-Prinoipal.
Assimtants-Rev IV P DuBose, W M
Government of the United States.
President-Androw Johnson, of Tonnes.
Secretary of State-W. H. Seward, of
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Piostmaster General-William Dennison,
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Secretary of the interior--Janes Harlan,
Secretaryof the Creasury--ugh McCul
At torney General-James Speed, of Ken
President. of tho Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the House-Sohuyler Colfax,
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justice.
1. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
3. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania"
4. Nathan Clifford, Maina.
6. Noah H. Swayne, Ohio.
6. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
'7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuel IF. Field, Californira
Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas, Dela
Judge Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
Time White taus's Paper'.
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