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Friday. On Friday morning officers from the Provost-Marshal's office at Portland started in pursuit. When the cars reached the Wells Beach Station, one of the fugitives was found at the depot, who was arrested and securely ironed. The four others in the meantime had taken seats in the cars, but were secured after a brief resistance and the whole number were taken back to Portland. A correspondent of the Boston Traveller writes from Fort' Columbus, Governor's Island, under date of August 3: The military in this vicinity, after remaining rather quiet for several days, are now beginning to buckle on their armor, and are preparing themselves for active duty in care their services should be required. it from pretty good authority that these will be no lack of force to maintain order in New York and vicinity while the drafting is going on. You may rely upon it, there will be no child's play or blank cartridges used. Should there be another attempt to interfere with the dr