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General Stoneman, the weeping raider, has been sent to Charleston, South Carolina. The exchange of prisoners is being regularly carried on there.

Colonel John R. Murchison, of the Eighth North Carolina regiment, died in a Northern prison on the 7th of June.

"Spell cat," said a little girl of five years of age, the other day, to a smaller one of only three. "I can't," was the reply. "Well, then," continued the youthful mistress, "if you can't spell cat, spell kitten."

They are making straw hats in Paris without any crown, its place being supplied by two falls of lace, veiling the hair.

That is a choice friend who conceals one's faults from the views of others, and discovers them to our own.

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