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sed. And now we would ask the Republicans here — those who caused his arrest and those who applauded the out-rage — whether they are not in fact chargeable with, if not talking, at least with acting detrimental to the recruiting cause? If there is any force or virtue in Stanton's late order upon this subject, should it not be enforced against such discouragers of volunteering, for discouraging they are, and they will not volunteer and fall into the ranks themselves. The Democracy of Fairfield will be called upon to meet in mass meeting in this city at an early day to give expression in this matter. Bills will be circulated, and we hope that every Democrat will turn out. An editor in the West, of the Dubuque Herald, has undergone a similar process. The following is his address to his readers: Dubuque, Aug. 14, 1862. Readers of the Herald, and Fellow-Citizens of Iowa: I have been arrested this morning by an arbitrary order from the War Department, on what gro