eet each other with a familiar shake of the hands; in short, men who have been separated on account of political feuds, and who would pass without the slightest recognition, now seem warmest friends.
A settled determination is fixed on the countenance of all.--Now I verily believe there is not a man to be found in or near this city but who will defend the sovereignty of the State to the last extremity.
The Danville train missed connection with the South-Side at the Junction on Tuesday last, and, as a consequence, the Dispatch did not come to hand, which created a great disappointment here, as it is looked for with the greatest anxiety by all our people.
Owing to the politeness, however, of Conductor Robt. Harvie, on the South-Side Railroad, it was brought up on the freight, which reached here at 9 P. M. same day. Mr. H. will accept the thanks of your agent in this city for his courtesy in this respect, which favor will no doubt be remembered by yourselves.
In haste, O. K.