2Sth of January, tor the benefit of the Rev. Mr. Scott, of the M. E. Church, the proceeds of which were $ï)3.00. Ir. Scott havlngbeen wlth the Churcli only siuce last Conference, the liberal donatlon is cvidence of the esteem in vvliich he is held. - On the Bd inst., a donatlon was held at the same place in Mllan- the resldence of T. T. Braman, Esq.,- for the benefit of Rot. Mr. Saxtoh, L'nivcrsalist, ncttiog 110.50. - On the lOth inst., a donatlon was held at the residence of U. A.. Fuller, Esq., near Milan, for the benefit of Eider Lemox, BaptlBt, $118 being ralsed. A liberal nelghborhood that Olilán. " G5 days from China and Japan !" - that' what C. II. MnJUSN says for his New Teas. Just think of it Augus reader, as you drink yonr noxt cup, made irom tea cightcen months on the voyage around the Cape. The Pactflc Uailroad is proving itsclf a revolutionist. Try these nc-w teaa wliieli have not lost tlieir llavor n gettlng to niarket. - Milxe.v also'has a cholee list of scasonable Prints and Dress Goods lor the Earhj Spring Tra&e. Eev. William Moiiley PcNsnos, a dlstlugatshed English divine, and repu ted au cloquuut orator, will address the Students' Lecture Association on Tuesday evoning next, Febrnary 2:M, In the M. ir. Chorea. Iüs subject is " Macatoat," and lecture and lecturer have both been hlghly commên cd wherever it has been delivered The students of the Medical Department turued 01; , Tncsday afterDoon, to escort Prof. Ford to the depot. The Professor havlng ihiisheil liis course here, goes cast to rtoUver lectures in somc of the eastera colleges. 1 1 - 1 1 Solon Cook, wo uuderstand, contcinplutes tearlng down his o!d hotel, so lon known to l!ic travellng public la this sectlon, and erectlng on its site a line brlck One this coüiing suimner. Len business ia uncouinicnly dull ia the time to use printer luk. 'A word io the wlse," etc. If you want tu buy ot ront, scll or kt a house, advertïse iu the Akous.