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hundred and ten feet high from the ground, and in all respects well finished and ornamental. The east front of tand erected for the speakers is beautifully decorated with transparencies, as follows: In the centre are the words "Lincoln and Johnson; " on one side appear the words "Our Army," and on the other "Our Navy." Just below is the motto, "The Federal Union, it must and shall be preserved."--Jackson. On the south front, the motto of the illustrious Clay--"It is asked when I wouland patriotic Chief Magistrate, who has a just claim on the patriotic, Union loving citizens of all sections for re-election, and we hereby pledge ourselves to use all honorable means in our power to secure that result. Resolved, That in Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, we recognize a patriot and statesman of unimpeachable integrity, who will prove a worthy successor of our present able and honest Vice-President, Hannibal Hamlin. Resolved, That Major-General George B. McClellan, in allowi