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Complimentary Dinner to the Bell and Everett Electors.--the Bell and Everett Club of this city gave a banquet to the Electors, on Wednesday night, at the Exchange Hotel. Wm. H. MacFARLANDarland, Esq., presided, assisted by the following vice Presidents: Wyatt M. Elliott. A. B. Guigon, Jas. McDonald, Thos. J. Evans, Thos. Vaiden, Dr. Z. S. McGruder and David I. Burr. Smith's Band furnished music for the occasion. after some time had been spent in discussing the luxuries on the tables, the President called the assemblage to order, and proceeded to announce the regular toasts: 1st. Washington — His praise is on the line of his children. They insult his memory who forget his parting advice. [Drank standing. Music-- "Washington's March."] 2d. The Fathers of the Republic--They have not "eaten sour grapes, but the children's teeth are set on edge." Let those rebellious children who betray the Constitution suffer alone the punishment of their own faults. (Music--