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g obstructions on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad track. The barn of John Churchman, in Augusta co., Va., with a carriage, agricultural implements, &c., was burnt on the 14th inst., loss $7,000. Daniel Coyne, a native of New York, is said to be the wealthiest merchant of Athens, Greece, having accumulated a fortune of $6,000,000. Willenghby H. Stallings, residing near Warrenton, N. C., was killed on the 12th inst., by the accidental explosion of a pistol he was handling. Blondin is going to give up rope-walking at Niagara. He offers his house, lot, and all his belongings there, for sale. Miss Jane C. Martin has been appointed keeper of the Marblehead light, vice Ezekiel Darling, resigned. The Mayor of Portsmouth, Va., has appointed the 29th inst., as a day of thanksgiving in that city. The steamer Ellen Gray, engaged in the Kanawha River trade, was stink in the Ohio last week. Loss $13,000. The telegraph advises us of the sudden death of Rev.