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The remains of Major W. S. Wood, quartermaster of the Second Regiment S. C. V., were interred with military honors in Columbia on Sunday last. He died in Virginia, of typhoid fever.

Large green worms are making sad havoc in the barley and oat fields of Rhode Island. They crawl up and eat the straw through just under the head of grain, which then falls off.

The arrest of Wm. H. Lyons, of Norfolk, was on a piece warrant merely. There was nothing in the testimony to impugn his loyalty.

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