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mpt of the community. Resolved, That our thanks are due, and are hereby tendered, to Grant, Sherman, Meade, Thomas, Sheridan, Farragut, Porter, and all the other gallant officers, soldiers and sailors of our army and navy, for their patriotic efhe people, until March 4, 1869." Pictures of a soldier and sailor: "Lincoln's Peace Commissioners — Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, Farragut, Dupont, Porter." "We are coming, Father Abraham, Two Million Voters more." Some of the mottoes of te Suffrage for Our Soldiers." "One Destiny--One Nation." "Honor to the Navy." "Honor to the Army." "Atlanta and Mobile" "Sheridan and Fisher's Hill." "Greenbacks and Bluebacks vs. Greybacks." "Maine and Vermont." "Farragut and Dahlgren." The Constitution and country. I hope the glorious victories won by the gallant and skillful Sherman, the heroic and dashing Sheridan, and the intrepid Farragut, are the forerunners of the great victory for the defence of the Constitution which shall soo
a sad thing to cheat the grave. It is a thing he never does himself, and never likes to see done. He therefore, probably, feels obliged to General Echols for the present he has made to the grave, in which he seems to have a personal interest. But probably his obligation will not be so strong on another score. General Echols has snapped a link in the chain which he was striving to cast around Lee. The rupture is decided, and there appear to be no means of restoring the shattered links. Sheridan, too, is stopped short in his advance upon Lynchburg. The anaconda, it seems, cannot be brought to work better now than it did last summer. Great praise is due to these Southwestern Reserves. They have proved themselves worthy of their sires, and those sires were the men who turned the tide of victory at King's Mountain. They have done more than this. They have shown that they are an invaluable arm of the service, and that they can be employed in many places where soldiers of