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Alberto Mario, who was reported as killed in the engagement near Isernia, is, as an English paper learns from a recent letter, safe Dr. Catheart, chief clerk of the office of the Second Comptroller of the U. S. Treasury, died in Washington on Monday. Rev. Amherst L. Thompson, who sailed from Boston for the Nestorian Mission, died on the 25th of August, on ship-board. A salute of 33 guns was fired at Falmouth, Va., Friday night, on the announcement that "Virginia had gone for Bell and Everett." Wm. Fryan, of Charleston, S. C., was killed at Wilmington, N. C., on the 26th inst., by an accident while pile driving. Jackson Thorpe, who weighed four hundred and ten pounds, died at Cincinnati on the 25th inst. A recipe for curing hams is all very well, but a better one is that for pro-curing them. G. J. Arnold, an actor, died in Cincinnati last week. Judge Larrabee, of Wisconsin, is not dead, as reported.