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Methinks 'twere easy from the strife,
The cruel warfare now we wage,
To pluok a lesson,aweet as sago,
And find,'in loee, the strength for life.
For, heritor? of thousand years,
^f^ng experience, toil and war, .
.Ws'rssriser ss I think, b? fer
Than if preserved from griefs and fears.
in. " ..
Tlie grief which hardens to the time .
A nd shapes the soul for brave intent, _
Becomes the better aliment, *'' *
Tiie Ireart to lift; thp soul aublime.
V. ; it's weil endured, is bread and meal;
What's conquered, in ourselves, of ill,
Becomes a fouat of nurture still,
.\..d sorrow's, self shall, grow to sweet.
MNGLASD AXD AUSTRALIA.-Horth?rn
papers intimate that England will soon
have trouble in A-U^ralia. Tlie people, we
seo hy the Picayune, have determined that
their country shall not be made a place of
refuge' for all villaios of Great Britain, and
r i c. persistent!y~urging the Home Govern?
ment to abolish.'the system of transporta
iiou. For many months petitions and re-^
monstrances, private and official, bare been
.. sent forward against sending any more con?
victs to Western Australia. Men of all
shades of ?pinion, and of every class, have;
taken a patt in the agitation and made ?'
common cause of it. In fact, the feeling is
unanimous and profound, that the soil of
Australia shall no Longer be polluted hy?
the filth of England, and that a persistency
in the policy will inevitably .tend to e&
trangemeut and- final , separation. Since
the discov?ryof goldia better class af popu?
lation has emigrated to Australia, and with
the thrift and enterprise of its "people it is
becoming wealthy and prosperous. Mel?
bourne, the prihcinar'citVj which had" bm, a
few thousand inhabitants ton ye?fcs a^o, lias
more than 150,000 population.- With
country three millions of square tr.iles in ex?
tent, which embraces every tfarhKty of
climate, from torrid -to ^temperate,- with
arable soil, and enriched with the godden
treasures of the earth, it is natural that the
Australians should, seek to remove the,
atigoia which rests on their., country as n
convict land and strive for au honorable
future. . ?
END OP THE WARw-^The following is from
a correspondent of the Macon Telegraph:
Gen, Beauregard, when on a recent visit,
to this city, v?as asked bf tx. pastor * of one
the churches, General, have yoi anything
which I eau; carry back, in these dark
J days, to cheer th^ hearts of my prople?
Assuredly ? have, li? replied. U.^ve you
never traveled on a ?ark day, when. !o\v
murky clouds overcast all tho lana wflh
gloom? Aud have you not seen the sun
' ?uddenly break through those' cloud J , nut!
light up the sceno with" glory?
. Often, sir, was the#epii. *
Jiegard my words as prophetic, ho con?
tinued, tlws war will end suddauiv and'
. Lii??o*L*ts OKD?RS REGARDING/TUADE/
By ordsr of Liircoln, Seward ha> issued
an ?rder, declaring that ni I persons now-or
hereafter found in the JJnited States, who
have been engaged in holding intercourse
or trade "with the insu'rgests by sea, if|
citizens of the United States, Shall be hsld
j prisoners of war until the war closes, aub
?ject nevertheless to prosecution, trial .and
i OO?viw?Ou iG? ?my oily nut; uommiued by
. them as spies or otherwisesagainst the laws
Ibfwar. Tiie order diiects that all non?
residents and foreigners who are Or shrill be
[found*T the-Unitod -State?, who.have been*
I engaged in violating the blockade-of iomir
[gent ports, shall leavi* within twelve days I
f?rora the publication of this order, or from j
itheir subsequent arrival in " the Uniledl
[?States, if on the Atlantic aide, and- forty if
on the Atlantic side, and forty ii' on the
Pacifie% side of thu country, and shall not
return during the war. ProvosFand civil
marshals will arrest and co r?pait into mili
tary custody ail offenders, who disregardJ
this order, whether tbeyTiave passports or [
not,and detain them iu custody until the'
ot?se of ?he war, or until they are discharg?
ed by order of the Pr?sident.
-E m . ? -
TOTAL DEPRAVITY.-J). F. Bivens, a
wretch who df liberately murdered his wife,
mother and father, in Michigan,--a few
weeks ago,^i?stead of occupying his mind
with matters suitable to his case, seems to
be study in <; and planning how "he can-marc
the most money out of the morbid curio
? sity created l>v Ins unparalleled crimes! To
?this end, i.e advertises that hu is engaged io
[?getting ont n? autobiojgraptty, ' o include^a
full account ot" his Me, all tli?: CHVUAjststtt?jes
of his ai ii rdn rs, etc., etc; lt i j reported thal
lie has applied to liam uv; ?o boy lao . 1 - ? L li -
itigin which hu murdered his p-i:vut Vu I
wi e! An Adrian pat ?er pubhsho- a ?;-.rd,
[signed by him, wanting lie- public ag? i'i-i
pu relias: ?g ci?itiin photography of him.
' b';c?;Us;: hu w> abon? ./?-IM :;' out son te
je y niue ou e.?, tnken. ?vj;l-.the c~>--t V.-- h . l?:d
ion nt the L:IIH: o\ tho pa ti d. r. lie a's.'
savsha ivill soon have the pie?ti es o?botn
.of h?> \V?\#LT-, and advert i?.< s tut; agen is.
Tjforlhern pnp v.
.** - r . ->-?
GOLf?MI>r?-, S. C.. ?huivsl, lSt5?.
I SPECTAL ORD i::: .vo -(y-,,*...
JOHNNA U?T EX- i? hewby upphiated A ?lina
Provost Muiphul of ibis fi tr imf ?I .furihei
orders, lie will be obeyed, and respected ac?
cording]?* By or?fr
A*. F. I?VDI.E1?, Cid. ?.. li.'nT.'g.
W. J. MJEAUXO, A_A. A C. Aoiil -t
'pilE ppl ?erHi*?r. ihahkf.il f.K- r->.
JL WO'Uid tnfoim hist frh?! ids ar:-- vii- ? nhl ic
that be is still prop; red ts .'<?. r.-vi. ajj fejt.d? of
BRASS CAST!NC hi :. sforkiimnlik) tuounep
and with i!e*pii!cli. Rt'l?'T Mel'Ul'O AuL,
mareil 2? ia*'li$*iih?desi -ar W-.-l.? . i- st. "
L uol'oi.iion oi i*it-"i'? . .; '. AX? nuu
Pict-ttial ana Qi Pt Boo
1\. GI VT liOOK-v beaut h ni ly il ??st ra ted,
.suitable aa merufSTito^-i o/ fri ndi?iip^.i.J ?Mic?.
! ii i.) a and a* rewiirtls ui merit an<j exe-. Hence in
! academies, including ;!*<. writings oi'*omc? of
?the most famous pocus. Apply at '?hi? oriioo.
[v * Notice.
ALL ferrymen throughout the District are
respectfolby requested to cross no slave
over the river, either by fiats or ?mill bo*ts,
withoutfiis pas?, is endor,*?d by either Mr. J. G.
GIBBES. Cap'u JOHN CARSTE.N'or myself.
marcoo ' T, J. GOODWYN/ Mayor.
; DET^CHM'T BUTLER'S CAV. BRIGADE,
! _CHARLOTTE, N. C., March 28. 1^5
ALL absentees from Butler's Cavalry Bri
gade are hereby'required to report to me
..at .Chesterville, S. C., or to Capt. Mci VER, at
Cheraw, ??. C,, without delay. To such aa Ito; '
'report promptly, the clemency offered m the .
?soe nt order from Gen. Lee will be extended.
Those who du not avail ibo ma elves of this last
opportunity may'ejyjfecf thc extremest penabry
of the military law. This ordec-to remain in
force for twenty days from this date By order
B. H. RUTLEDGE,
_ro?rr>.h 23 Col. Gomm'?Lr Det achment.
Headquarters. Mil. Div. of the West, '
I x ' -AUGUSTA, MAROU 4, 1865.
SPEC I A L FIELD O RD EUS NO. 18.
f T COL. A. t. RUDLER ia hereby assigned
JLe ns Coofuiandaut of the Post al Columbia,
S. C. * * '* .? "*
By command G en. BEAUREGARD. " -
\ Official: Gao. W. Bsjn?x, Col, and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, COLUMBIA. 8. CL,
! ' March 15, 1865.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. h ,
lu obedience to the abov* order, I hereby
assume coiuiff.md of thia Post.
By order of A. P. RUDLER,
w. j. MKALIMO, A: A. A^G. march ai
C? LUMBLA, a.. C., MARCH ?0, 1861. *
SP EVI A L OR3ER NO
IA LL "officers and mea now in the city
. who are un attached, will report to these
i iicndq iartci s for organisation ?s a guard for
il Detailed men who ara unassigned ara
M <|im-c<l to report at these headquarters for
l?siijunie-nl tri duty without d^lay.
ill. Th? pylioe and citizens generally ara "*
rcqinyted to nid in the arrest of absentees and'
IrSt-rteis. By order of \. F. RUDLER,
1 W. .1. MILING. A. A. A. G. march 21
^ The State of South Carolina.
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COLOMBIA, March 2?, 1865:
rpjli: invasion of tho Stale has rendered it
1 P1 ?!>er 'bat th? Legislative Department of
the* Government of ibo State should be coa
v. iM-.l. that snob measures may be adopted as
the welfare of the Stale may require. And far
i h:.v purpose, tho members* of the Senate *nd ,
the i louse of Representatives of thc State of
South Carolina are hereby" invited to assembla
at-Gre*u'vitl?, ou TUESDAY, the 25th day of (
Anti). 1865, at l&u'closk m.
Uv bo Governor: A. G. MAGRATH.
Official: W. S. ELLIOTT, Privet? Ssareiary.
Ali papers'in thc State will copy until
Use tiaierfor the meeting, of. the Legislature^