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EDWARD GRAY.
DY ALFnED TENNYSON.
Sweet Emma Moreland of yonder town
Met me walking on yonder way,
"And have you lost your heart ?" she said,
"Andare you married yet, Edward Uray?"
Sweet Emma Moreland spoke to me:
Bitterly weeping 1 turn'd away :
"Sweet Emma Moreland, love no more
Can touch the heart of Edward Uray.
"Ellen Adair she loved ino well,
Against her father's and mother's will,
To-day I sat for an hour and wept,
By Ellen's grave on the windy hill.
"Shy Ehe was, andl I thought hercol(i
Thought her proud, and fled over tho sea;
Filled was I with folly and spite,
When Ellen Adair was dyiirg for me."
SPRING.
3Y SHELLEY.
Oh Spring ! of hope, and love, and youth,
and gladness,
White-winged emblem I brightest, best, and
fairest I
Whenhe comest thou, when with (lark Win
ter's sadness,
The tears that fade in sunny climes thou
sharest?
Sister of joy ! thou art the child who wear
est
Thy mother's dying smile, tender and sweet;
The mother Autumn, for whose grave thou
bearest
Fresh flowers, and beams like flowers, with
gentle feet,
Disturbing not the leaves wlich are her
winding-sheet.
Four of the sw(etest words in the
English language begin with H1-TIe-art,
Hope, Happiness and lleaven. Heart.
is a hope-place and that man sadly mis
takes, who would exchange tie happi.
ness of home for anything less tha-1n
heaven.
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GENERAL DIRETORY.
.Judiciary. .
District Judge-Win It Robertsoti.
Commiseloner in Equity-Isaao H Means.
Clerk of Court-Saml B Clowney..
Sheriff-Elisha W Ollevier.
Ordinary-James Johnst on.
Tax Colleetor-Ilobeft H Jetinlngov
Coroner-Hobert Hawthorn.
Esoheator-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Publlo-Jns 8 Stewart.
IM gilstrates.
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Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib.
son, George 11 Miller, James Aiken, William
P Broom, William M Martin, Dr William
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Dr J KI McManter, Thomas M Lyles. John S
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekin,
L M Ilooklardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
Comaanissiouners of Free Schools.
Thos J II Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, James A McCro.
ry, It E Ellison, Dr J Il McMastor, Dr W E
Aiken.
Coan aisiomers to Approve Ptab.
lic stecuritiegn.
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Propst, Mansol Hal, James 8 Stewart.
Colaanissloiler% of Public Bzlild.
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)r W .' Aiken. 0 R Thompson, James If
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George 11 McMaster.
COnamuIs4o11CAs of tlae PooV.
Robt, Hawthorn. Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gon P D Cook, D 13 Kirkland.
Towi Officers.
Infendant-Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C 11 Ladd. W B Cricight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
RtepresesatatiVes.
Sennte-Gen John Bratton.
loise of Ilepresentatives-William J
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14o12at Ziola society,
James IR Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres,.
Trustees of Mount Zion. Ccllogo-W it
Robertson, J B MeCants, Ji 11 Ition, G ll
McMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Prinactpal avid Tenchaer of' Mt.
Ziola College.
C A Woodward-3,rincipal.
Assistantu-ilev W P DuBose, W M
Dwight.
Government of the United Stttes.
President--Andrew .Johnson, of Tennes.
see.
Secretary of State-W. If. Oward, of
New York.
SecretUry of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania.
l'outmoaster General-William Dennison,
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles,. of
Conneel ienlt.
Seoretary of the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the 1reasury-H[ugh MoCul.
lough, ofIllinois.
Attorney denral-James Speed, of ken
tucky.
President of. the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connectict>.
Speaker of the llouse-Schuyler Colfax,
of Ind ian al.
sURF.MM coUn's.
Salmon C. Chase. Ohio, ChiefJustice.
1. .laIes M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. atnuel Nelson, New York.
Robert C. (Irier, Penisylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maino.
6. Noah 11. Swayi1e, Ohio.
'. Danutiel Davis, lilinois.
7. Samuel Milieco, Iowa.
8. Samauel F. Fichdh Californi~a.
Wingtield Scott, Virginia.
lysvses S. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant Genieral Lorenzo Thomas, Dela
ware.
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D. C.
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
Mcigs, of Pennsylvania.
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