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The National Intelligencer says the Republican Wide Awake demonstration in Baltimore, on Thursday evening, was ‘"a pursuit of politics under difficulties."’ The military of the State of Georgia are to hold a Convention on the second Monday of this month, at Milledgeville, for what purpose is not stated. The diamonds formerly the property of Rachel, the tragedienne, have been forfeited to the U. S. Government at New York, because duty was not paid on them. They are worth $4,000. Jno. Barrett, for passing counterfeit money at Memphis, Tenn., has been sentenced to three years in the State prison. The warehouse of Robert H. Carr & Bro., in Baltimore, was robbed of $2,000 Saturday night. It is said that Mrs, Dan Rice has brought a suit for divorce against her husband. The wrongs of which she complains are not stated. In New Orleans, on Sunday last, there was one murder, two suicides, one man stabbed and another garroted. At Calais, Me., there are now five vessels on the stocks. The arrivals of cotton at Norfolk, Va., Saturday reached 1100 bales. There are 400 prisoners in the Tennessee penitentiary, of whom six are females.
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