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The election in North Carolina. The North Carolina Congressional election as far as we are able to gather from the Raleigh papers, have resulted in the choice of Messrs. W. N. H. Smith, Bridgers, Fuller, Gilmer, Lander, and Gaither, who are not "Conservatives," and Messrs. Leach, Turner, Christian, and Logan, who are. The election of Mr. Leach is still doubtful.
g day. Captain Joseph Pearce, naval constructor at Charleston, South Carolina, died on the 20th instant. He was a native of Baltimore, and had constructed several iron-clads for the Confederacy. The English fashionable put false tails on their horses now, as the ladies wear Alexandria ringlets. Nets for their narratives are spoken of also for some of the "prancers. " The cars on the East Tennessee and Virginia railroad are now running regularly from Bristol to Jonesboro' three times a week. Marzetti, the Ravel pantomimist, whose grotesque but natural performance of the ape will be remembered by many, died in New York a few days since. Dr. R. D. Arnold was elected Mayor of Savannah on Monday, the 10th instant. He had no opposition. Mrs. General Lander, nee Miss Jane M. Davenport, the actress, will shortly resume the practice of her profession. Gottschalk, the pianist, has been made a Knight of the Order of Charles the Third by the Queen of Spain.
Compliment to an Actress. --Mrs. General Lander (Miss Davenport) was highly complimented on Friday, in the House of Representatives, for, while every other private bill was "blocked" by the "objection" of five Representatives, no obstacle was placed in the way of the passage of a bill providing for the payment of a very just claim for the expenses of her deceased husband while making one of his wagon-road explorations for Government in the far Western wilderness. Mrs. Lander is now perfoeneral Lander (Miss Davenport) was highly complimented on Friday, in the House of Representatives, for, while every other private bill was "blocked" by the "objection" of five Representatives, no obstacle was placed in the way of the passage of a bill providing for the payment of a very just claim for the expenses of her deceased husband while making one of his wagon-road explorations for Government in the far Western wilderness. Mrs. Lander is now performing at one of the New York theatres.
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