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TIINE EYES.
r
The bosom of the stilly lake.
That nestles at the Alp-king's feet
The violet where its ripples break,
Is not more calt-is not more sweet,
Than are thine eyes.
11
The whispering of the evening wind,
The rose emnpearled with twilight dew;
Sweet Hosper shimmering o'Cr the ilves,
Is not more tender-not more true,
Than are thine eyes!
Ill
So ealm, they lull my throbbing heart,
And still cach restless wish to rove;
So true and tender! What were life
Without thy ministries of love,
Oh, sweet blue eyes!
April, 1863. C. V. D.
A cnrious novethy has just been
brought to London, and is about to be
exhibited to the public. It consists of
t remarkablo looking piano, made of
flints suspended from an iron franm,
which are struck with a short lint. to
produce the notes. The 1ilnts are about
forty in number, and elongated, hut of
Various length and thicknCs'es. They
are arranged in the ordr-- of their tonle,
and the labor and investigation of years
were required beflorc the complete scale
was formed.
EX-CoFED CRATEs.---Speaking of the
scenes of bloodshed and arson in Memphis,
the AIppeal says:
'-We have reason to believe that ex-Con
federate soldiers have z.ot been concerned
in these tnt-bitlent occitrrences of the past.
forty-eight hours-that they are rigidly,
according to the termsror iheir patrole,. 'tb
serving the laws of the place where they
reside.' These breakeris o t lie leace, black
und Ivhite, aro no! of the vioinage.'
~.........
New Yorik Dkily INews.
ALY nand Weekly. The Nclo York
. Weekly News, a great family news
paper-Benjamin Wood Proprietor-the
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in New York. Single copies, r cents; on1e
copy one year $2; three copies onie vcar,
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to any club of ten, Twenty one copies one
year, $30: the j'eeklt Xe,w- is sent to cler
gymen at.$l 60.
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copies of Daily and Weekly News sient fir,e.
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ool. 24'65
Thme Sosatierna Exprecss Coasuay
O FFRR unsurpassera lacilitie; for the ship.
tuIent (from AuLrusla anld points South.)
ot Cotton, Cotton Goods. and hea;vy freights,
for Savainnah, New York, and all points North
and West.
rhroneh receipts given on which insurat,
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Internal Revenue Tax will be pait or hoids
given by this Company, In acecordanco withl
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partment.
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This C(Inpanly is now prepared to forward
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, CURRENCY
P%RCELS, AND l-IlTs,
To Petereburc, Va , Lynh0burg, V,.,
Danville, Va.. aristol, Tenn..
Greensboro', N. C , Stlisbutry, N. C.,
Raleigh, N. C., WVeldort., N. C..
Goldstboro', N. C., Wthiington. N. C.,
A Nu To wAY v TATIONS ON Tt
Viargin ia and Tecnnce Ra!Iroadl, Suth-Sidoc
Railroad, Petersburg Railroadl, North Carolina
Itailroad, Itligh-I andc Gaston Raiilroad, Wjl.
moi nyton andI W'eldonm Railroad,- and' Western
N. 6. Railroad.
LETTERlt, MONEY P'ACJAGES A~ND
SMALl, PARICELS,
To Columbia, S. C., Charleston, S. C.,
Augusta, Gan., l'ivann,ah, Ga.,
al,i:on, Ga., Culumobus, Gs.,
MobIle, A la., Montgomery, Ala.,
Sellma, A la., Jackson, Miss.,
New Orleans, La.
* AND TO WAY STAToINO ON THE?
Chat-lotte & S. C.. Railroad, South Carolina
Railroad. Geortria Railroad, Mactin and West
ern Railroad, Atlanta and WVest Point Rail,
road, Southwesern R ailroad, $routhern, Rail.
toad, and Alabama and Mississippi Railroad.
All Goods shipped by the Adams and Hlardien
Express Compsanies, and marked to the care
nif the Southern Express Company, will be
p)rom>tly forwarded to destianat ion.
Pre ghts shilppedoby uteameship to or care
with be forwarded by Express without chtarge
for commissIon and drayasrn.
if orders are leSt at our. Office, goods wi'l lhe
called tor- and rorwardedi by fir-st ex r.reas.
A DA1.I EXPRESS CO.
oct l5'61
- e. Rardware.
K2'NIVES andi Forks, Prutting $nives,
.~ lit4er KnIves, PalleI. Knives,$aso,
er 'Looks, Cot ton Cards, Pad Looks, Gaw.
4n Ferks, 8pattes, Shtovels, Raktes, dtzrry
Cogiba, Hateb ets, &e, Jut.treceived by.
'KETCHJIN, McMSTR & C6s,
nygh 27'66-tf
SLLIN'S. AXESJ Trace Obnins,
DuBOS.E EGL4ESTON & CO,
'66-tt No, 8, Hno I llange
GENERAL DfIgO'VORIY.
,Uudtciary.
District Judge--vm R Robttson.
Commissioaer in Equity--!pao H Means.
Clerk of Curt-_nSmi BvClowney.
Shetiff-4lieba W OlIsffe, :
Ordinary-James Johnston.
Tax Collector-Robert H Jennings.
Coroner.-Robert Hawthorn.
Eschcator-Jacob Feaster.
No, ary Publio--Jas 8 Stewart.
. Ingistrates.
Jae E Caldwell, William Crosby, Itobert
Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland. Henry Gib
son, George If Millar, Jamesatiken, William
P Broom, William M Atartin, Ir William
Carlisle, 11 11 Counts, Dr D Lauderdale.
BOARDS OF CODMISSIONS"RS;
Coninsissiollers of Road.
Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward
P Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood.
ward, I)v John D Palmer, Laban C Obappell,
Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles. John 8
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekln,
L M Uookhardt, Oct Edward Taylor.
Comainissioners of Free Schools.
Thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, Joames A McCro.
ry, It E Ellison, Dr J IR McMaster, Dr W E
Aiken.
Co1ni ! !!etners to Approve Pnb.
Ilic'Securities.
Ilenry L Elliott, James R Aiken, John 11
Propst, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Conaisipuers of Public 1Build.
* isngs.
James B 'McCants, Hugh B McUaster.
Dr W . Aiken. 0 R Thompson, James H1
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H1 UcMaster.
Conanis%louers of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P1 D Cook, ) B Kirkland.
Towtvl Officers.
Intendant--Dr W E Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C II Ladd.. W B Creigh, L
IV Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Atepressitative,.
Senate-Gen John llratton.
House of Representatives-William J
Mlston, James' K Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
Monumt Ziola Society.
James I Aiken-President.
.Jamnes S Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Ccllege-W I
Robertson, J B McCants, J 11 Rion, 0 If
'MAlMstecr, Dr IV E Aiken.
Pri sciipI avid Teacherm of Mt.
Zioa College.
C A Woodward-Prinolpal.
Assistants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Dwight.
Government of the United Stets.
President-Andrew Johnson, of Tennes
soe.
Secretary of State-W. h. Seward, of
New York.
Secretary of War-Edwin At. Stanton, of
Pennsylvnima.
Postmaster General-William Dennison,
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Connecticut.
Secretary of the interior-James hrilan,
of Iowa.
.';eeretarr of the "reasury-Hugh McCul
lough, of Ilinois.
Attorney General-James Spoed, of Ken
tucky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Cotnnecticut.
Speaker of the Ilonso-Sohuyler Colfax,
(if I tudiana.
SUPNIZAI COURT.
Salmon C. Chase. Oilo, Chief Juptice.
1. -Janes 'M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
3. Robejrt. C. arier, Pennsylvania.
I. Nat btn Cl itV'ord, Naina.
T5. Noah it. Swa&yne, Ohio.
4;. Dattiel Davis, Illinois.
'. utauel Miller, Iowa..
S. Samutel F. Field, California.
LIEUTE.NANT CRtf3fALs. *
Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses S. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas, Dela
ware.
Jutdge Advocste General, Joseph Hlolt,
D. C.
Quartertasater General, Montgomery C
M,eiga, of Pennsylvnnia.h
Tine Wikite lMau?. Paper.
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oct 24'65
'rospectus of
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