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able public servants, Cameron and Smith, shall bow their necks to the commercial axe, and their places will be supplied by Dix and Holt. They have also determined to decapitate the "Old War Horse," who never lost a battle until he met the men — hisSo long as Gen. Banks remained in Baltimore, everything was peaceful and affairs moved on smoothly. Since the amiable old Dix — better fitted for the details of our city Post-Office than to wear a uniform — has been in Maryland, discontent has raisthat the Bank Committee have gone on to Washington, and intend suggesting the preposterous idea to the President of making Dix Secretary of State or of War. Why, even the witless Welles would do better than a half a dozen fogies like Dix. His amiablDix. His amiable remains ought to be respectfully deposited on a quiet old shelf. The intelligence from Baltimore is alarming, and the only remedy will be his immediate removal. Interesting from Missouri. The following is the proclamation of the bogus G<