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Rev Dr. Tiffany, represented as one of the most prone and eloquent divines in that God forsaken city, Chicago, started on a mission of mercy to the Federal army at Pittsburg Landing. On the way he got so gloriously drunk that his friends had to look him up in a state room on the boat.

Gen. S. R. Chandler, a prominent citizen of Sumter District, S. C., died last Saturday week.

The British steamer Netly, ashore on Long Island Beath, below Charleston, was sold on Tuesday last for $1,700 cash.

Some of the Georgia papers upbraid Gen. Robert Toombs for planting an unusually large crop of cotton.

All restriction upon the removal of salt from Charleston to the interior of South Carolina has been withdrawn.

Sir William Don, the actor, died in Australia March last.

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