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lesson from their misfortunes. The bogus Government. We learn from the Romney Intelligencer that matters are being pushed through in the bogus "State of Carlile." For instance, the Federal troops garrison the county towns, when all county officers — clerks, sheriffs, magistrates, constables, &c.--are required to take an oath to support the Constitution of Carlile & Co., and in case of refusal are displaced from office, and an election ordered to supply the vacancy, so that the new State of affairs in this bogus concern of Pierpoint, Carlile & Co., can be carried into effect. "the capital in danger." This cry, which has been renewed at the Carlile & Co., can be carried into effect. "the capital in danger." This cry, which has been renewed at the North with a view of reviving the recruiting business, continues to be sounded through the Lincoln organs. The following proclamation for troops has just been issued by the Governor of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania ss., A. G. Curtin, Governor: In the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Andrew G. C