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s been. There have been few opportunities of late for the public expression of opinion by the masses, but the more diligent searchers of the popular heart have found enough to satisfy them which way the feeling tends. Among other grateful signs of the return of reason, we note that many prominent citizens, heretofore classed among the War Democrats, have renounced their faith in the efficiency of civil strile to restore a bond of friendship. Miscellaneous. Fessenden has succeeded Chase's vacated slippers in the Treasury. Col. George Covode, brother of the Hon. John Covode, was killed in a fight with the rebel cavalry while covering the rear of Sheridan's trains from White House to James river. Col. John F Ballier, of the 98th Pennsylvania cavalry, was killed in a fight near Reams's Station on the 29th. The 67th Long Island regiment, 70 in number, have returned to New York, their term of service having expired. The regiment was mustered into service in 1864
ot mean to do it. It has promised to pay hereafter, at some convenient time, some four or five thousand millions, and that time will never come. The operations of Chase have been praised as indicative of great financial ability. They struck us in that light at first, but upon examining them further they do not seem to deserve tha in Broad street, and sells them out by auction for cash, in Main street. Everybody sees that such operations must end in ruin, and such have been the character of Chase's operations. The manner in which the Yankees have thus for carried on this war is the greatest financial wonder of which we have any account. Great Britain, after the loss of our trade, they have some. They went altogether upon credit. They paid nothing, made no provision to pay anything, and never intended to do it. Chase's great forte lay in his capacity to keep up the deception as long as he did, and even there, when we remember what sort of people he was dealing, with, how easily