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Jackson Guard.

--We call attention to the advertisement of this company in to-day's paper. As we have had occasion to observe before, it is named after the patriot Jackson who was butchered by the Hessians at Alexandria. There are 68 names on the roll, but the company wants at least 50 more, which number should easily be obtained we think. The officers of this company are first-rate fellows, and men enlisting need not want leaders with more disposition to see that they are properly cared for. The Guard is officered as follows: Captain, H. B. Dickinson; 1st Lieutenant, E. A. Miller; 2d Lieutenant, Geo. Hart. They rendezvous under the St. Charles Hotel. Uniforms free.

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