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ow, of Missouri, favor universal suffrage throughout both North and South. Archbishop McClosky, of New York, is at once to open subscriptions for the completion of the new Roman Catholic Cathedral in that city, which is designed to be the most costly and most beautiful church in the United States, exceeding even the magnificent Philadelphia Cathedral. The California papers publish "marriages," "births," "divorces" and "deaths" in regular order. This is systematizing the thing. The Taunton Gazette says that at a recent church fair a set of Cooper's works were promised to him who should answer a set of conundrums. The winner received a set of wooden pails. The Tennessee Convention passed, by nearly a unanimous vote, a resolution that no person should be considered as qualified to vote until he shall take a stringent oath declaring himself unreservedly in favor of the Union and all laws and proclamations issued by President Lincoln or Congress since the war began.