ed meeting of the Institute, held on Thursday night last, the following officers and managers were elected:
President — A. M. Bailey.
Vice-Presidents--Thos. H. Wynne and Wm. Macfarland.
Recording Secretary — J. W. Lewellen.
Corresponding Secretary — H. P. Edmond.
Treasurer — Samuel P. Mitchell.
Auditor — George W. Anderson.
Board of Managers.-- Geo. Bargamin, James D. Browne, E. B. Spence, S. S. Cottrell, Geo. A. Ainslie, H. R. Burger, John W. McKell, James T. Pemberton, Wm. W. Snead, Jos. F. Powell, James Kersey.
John H. Johnson, James A. Scott, John McFarland, John Tyler, John P. Tyler, Geo.. S Lownes, Chas. W. Allen, A. J. Bowers, and Oliver Davis.
The Board are to meet at the Hall on Tuesday night next, for organization and the election of Standing Committees, at which time every member who intends to serve ought to be at his post.
The Institute is now in a flourishing condition; but to continue to prosper, its managers must be energ