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uivalent to an appointment. This suggests a few words about the gossip of the ball. As Andy Johnson passed, a gentleman remarked to a radical Senator that the Vice President, in his inaugural s no chance now for the Presidency. He has killed himself off." Another gentleman added that "Andy Johnson was not inebriated on inauguration day, but had rehearsed his speech to a lot of Tennesseans the night before." It was generally noticed that the President did not recognise Andy Johnson, nor were they seen together. In spite of the reports to the contrary, not one negro was a guest at t party feasted at the upper end of the hall, and, having finished, attempted to pass out. But Andy Johnson's plebeians were savage with hunger, and would not make way for anybody. The President's parheir departure thus unceremoniously excited no comment among the ravenous throng inside. Andy Johnson's plebeians paid no more attention to the other distinguished people after supper time than t