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traveling with women he calls his wives, in Wisconsin. Lady Franklin and her niece have sailed from San Francisco for Honolulu, to proceed thence to Australia and India, and home. The city of Chicago, at the present time, contains within a fraction of 40,000,000 bushels of grain — so say the Northern papers. A military encampment has been established near Raleigh, N. C., and troops are pouring in every day. Adam Rupley, a book-keeper at McGee's Hotel, Baltimore, was accidentally shot and killed last week. It is said that Lieut. Gillis, U. S. N., has been placed in charge of the Observatory in Washington. A dispatch from Wisconsin announces that the Legislature has authorized the suspension of specie payments by the Banks. Mr. Patridge, Secretary of State of Maryland, has resigned his office. A violent and destructive hurricane visited Rankin county, Miss., on the 10th inst. They are paying $2.50 per bushel for wheat in Charleston, S. C.