d by the comrades of the deceased and brought to Stroudsburg last evening, and were taken to Philadelphia to-day.
Dease was a highly respectable young man, and a resident of Philadelphia.
The result of the town elections in Connecticut on Monday last, as given in the Hartford papers, shows large Democratic gains.
Of the one hundred and eight towns from which the result is given, fifty-four were carried by the Democrats, fifty-two by the Republicans, and two divided.
The Democrats carried a number of towns which have been heretofore Republican, and largely reduced the Republican majorities in others.
The Republicans gained in four or five towns only.
Houses are scarce in Boston.
A few years ago, during a single month, there were one thousand and four houses to let or for sale in Boston; now it is difficult to find desirable tenements.
Frederick Buckley, of the Buckley Brothers' Minstrel Troupe, died in Boston last Friday, aged thirty-two years.