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Senator Wade, in answer to an applicant for a consulship for which "nobody was asking, " said: "There is no such consulship on this planet. You may find it on some fixed star, not here." Thos. J. Heller, a prominent citizen of Calvert county, Md., committed suicide on board the steamer Mary Washington, at Baltimore, last Tuesday night, by cutting his throat. One hundred and thirty clergymen in the State of Maine have signified their readiness to receive appointments to chaplaincies in the Army. The Second United States Cavalry Regiment has lost two-thirds of its officers by resignation. A New York paper says that C. H. Van Wyck is at Washington franking letters for New York soldiers. A convention of Union men met at Nashville on Thursday, and nominated Hon. William B. Campbell for Governor of Tennessee. On Sunday the extensive Eagle Mills at Wheeling, Va., were destroyed by fire. Loss $40,000, but insured. F. P. Blair, Jr., has been elected