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icket. Some of the causes for this change are not far to seek, others are of a more doubtful nature. And again it says: It is certainly a singular circumstance that in fourteen cities of this Commonwealth — every one but one giving a Republican plurality, all but two giving a Republican plurality, all but two giving a Republican majority — the Republicans can only elect their municipal officers in three. High prices for Negroes. The Huntsville (Ala.) Advocate, of the 12th inst., says: The negroes belonging to the estate of Samuel Townsend, deceased, were sold here last week, on twelve months time, with interest from date. There were one hundred and sixty- six of them, old and young, and they brought one hundred and thirty-six thousand six hundred and forty-two dollars--an average of eight hundred and thirty-six thousand six hundred and forty-two dollars--an average of eight hundred and twenty-three dollars and fourteen cents a piece. They were an ordinary
Ship Asa Entities, at Hampton Roads from Callao, passed Oct. 16, lat, 55 S, ton. 68, four very large icebergs, in the track of homeward bound vessels. Rev. J. H. Ingraham, Rector of Christ Church, Holly Springs, Miss., was morally wounded on the 12th ult., by the accidental explosion of a pistol. George A. Cleveland was shot and killed at Mobile, Ala., on the 12th inst., by J. W. Davis. Henry Walter Overden, British Consul for Maryland, died at Baltimore on the 17th inst. Ship Asa Entities, at Hampton Roads from Callao, passed Oct. 16, lat, 55 S, ton. 68, four very large icebergs, in the track of homeward bound vessels. Rev. J. H. Ingraham, Rector of Christ Church, Holly Springs, Miss., was morally wounded on the 12th ult., by the accidental explosion of a pistol. George A. Cleveland was shot and killed at Mobile, Ala., on the 12th inst., by J. W. Davis. Henry Walter Overden, British Consul for Maryland, died at Baltimore on the 17th inst.