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The Abingdon Virginian, of the 21st, says:

‘ "We had in Abingdon on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, right smart rest, but we have heard of no damage to the gardens."

Abingdon Virginian A watch factory is soon to be established in or near Charleston by a German citizen, who is fully acquainted with the process required.

Only 21,590 people emigrated from Ireland last year. The remittances sent home frees America in 1860 amounted to $2,894,600.

James Abercromble, formerly a prominent citizen of Russell county, Ala., died at Pensacola, Fla., on Tuesday morning last.

The Charlotte (N. C.) Democrat says that it learns from all directions the most favorable accounts of the wheat crops.

The Warren (Ark.) Home Guard hoists the name of Jeff. Davis and Albert Pike for President and Vice President.

Chief Justice George T. H glow is spoken of as a candidate for Governor of Massachusetts at the coming election.

A hogshead of tobacco from Western Virginia was sold on Saturday in Louisville Ky., at $16 per 100 pounds.

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