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Archbishop Purcell, of Cincinnati, sailed from New York on Saturday for European in the steamer Bremen. Hon. H. J. Jewett, of Zanesville, is named as the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio. The Missouri Republican is now the largest daily newspaper printed in America. George E. Head, an ex-Alderman of Boston, is dead, Gen. Paul Anderson died in Cincinnati on the 5th inst., aged 78 years.
Washington letters state that Abe Lincoln has the itch, caught from Gen. Lane's Kansas ruffians, while they were quartered in the east room of the Presidential mansion. Three Sicilian sailors have been arrested at New Orleans, charged with communicating with Lincoln sea constables. Pierre' Soule and B. M. Palmer, D. Q., were speakers on the 4th, at Camp Lewis, near New Orleans. Rev. Thomas Hume, jr., has received an appointment as Chaplain in the Confederate service. The Governor of Mississippi has issued a proclamation calling out 5,000 additional volunteers. Gen. Paul Anderson, an aged citizen of Cincinnati, died a few days ago. Judge John E. Moore has declined the candidacy for Governor of Alabama. Col. Bartow, a member of the Confederate Congress from Georgia, has resigned.