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s elected Mayor of Jefferson City, yesterday, by 25 majority over Wagner, Radical. The Metropolitan Record having been served to subscribers in this department under the name of the Vindicator, that journal has been promptly suppressed by Gen. Rosecrans. In Connecticut returns are in from all but three towns. The footings are: Buckingham 38,446; Seymour 32,904. Buckingham's majority 5,64 The Senate stands eighteen Union to three Democrats, and the House 158 Union to 12 Democr gun, which had been discharged nearly 5,000 times, finally burst at Cummings's Point. The workmen at the gas works in Baltimore have struck for $15 a week. Before the war they got $7. Maj Gen Pleasanton has arrived and reported to Gen Rosecrans in Ohio. The Winthrop House and Face Masons' Hall, in Boston, were destroyed by fire last week. Caroline M. Kirkland, an authoress of some note, died in New York on the 6th inst. It is reported at Memphis that Gen. Forrest is p