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Among the passengers who arrived at New York Monday, were Rev. Bishop Kip, of California, and Col. Pickens, U. S. Minister to Russia.

Brevet Major General W. S. Harney left Washington Monday to take command of the department of the West, headquarters at St. Louis.

Joseph Hernandez, who tried to kill Fanny May and himself on Tuesday, is now in a fair way to recover.

The St. Louis (Mo.) Democrat states that a total of 80,000 buffalo robes have been received in that city during the present year.

Rev. Z. G. Henderson died at Pensacola, Fla., on the 19th ult.

The Winans, of Baltimore, are about building another "cigar" steamer.

Thanksgiving in Wisconsin, November 29th. This is the twelfth State.

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