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upon brothers; fathers upon sons, and sons upon fathers. Those who should have been "loving in life," and who in death, "should not have been divided," have hated in life, and been divided in death. Take only this one family of noble name and deeds — the Todd family of Kentucky--as an illustration, and what may not be written of it of heroic deeds, and of woe unutterable — of patriotic suffering, and of political pride and power! "Esther, the Queen," saved "Mordecai." Would that a second Ester could stay this bloody war.--Atlanta (Ga) Intelligencer. War prices in Charleston. The safe of imported goods in Charleston, Wednesday last, out herods Herod and would favor the conclusion that our merchants think they are dealing with a nation of fools. We extract a few items from the list of sales in the Courier; Black pepper, $1,30; sperm candies, $3,03 per lb; salad oil, $28 per dozen; soap, $1,60 per lb; tea, $14 per lb, alum, $52,50 per lb; borax, $2,83 per lb; cream tartar,