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d in another part of the town. About two o'clock our attention was called to a flag with the motto, "the Constitution and the Union"on one side of it; we cannot say what was on the other. But of one thing we are certain, before 6 o'clock the flag had split into three pieces. You will say that was ominous, and I agree with you. Several appointments to Federal offices have been made in this place. Our efficient and deservedly popular Postmaster, Mr. G. A. Cary, has been removed. Maj. J. B. Cary resigned the office he held, as Surveyor, Lincoln promptly filled it. It is reported other appointments have been made, but the report has yet to be confirmed. The time may soon come when certain representatives will have to give a strict account of their affiliation with Lincoln, Seward, Blair & Co. Would it not be better, infinitely better, to have representatives who have less sympathy with a Black Republican Administration ? The people will give a verdict at the approaching Spr