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its ranks! The muster-roll, bearing the names of the spirited young vivandiers, has been sent to Headquarters, and the company accepted by the powers that be. Since that day four flag raisings have come off in that portion of Kane county, and mary and May --the soldier girls — in uniforms of white, red, and blue, have attended all of them, at the request of the officers, marching as pioneers at the head of their company. The captain says he could not get along without them, and after the flag has been sent up, he allows them to fire each three guns in honor of the Union, the Stars, and Stripes. Whether he will deprive the place of the valuable services of a good teacher, and a lover of a pretty sweet-heart, by carrying his Joan of Arc to the wars with him, remains yet to be seen. Much of the success of the recruiting service, and the patriotic fire burning now in old Kane, is attributed to the gallant conduct and bright eyes of these young ladies.--Easton (Pa.) Express, June 22.
my provinces, surly of late, Missouri and Maryland--one has the paw Of my Lyon upon her; and one has the law Called martial, proclaimed through her borders and cities; Both are crushed, a Big Thing, I make bold to say, it is. St. Louis is silent and Baltimore dumb, They hear but the monotone roll of my drum. In the latter vile sea-port I ordered Cadwallader To manacle Freedom, and though the crowd followed her, Locked up in McHenry, she's safe, it is plain, With Merryman, Habeas Corpus, and Kane. And as for that crabbed old dotart, Judge Taney, For much I would put him on board of the Pawnee, And make his decisions a little more curt; For the panic's fictitious, and nobody's hurt! And now I'll just say what I'd have you to do In order to put your new President through: First, four hundred millions is wanted by Chase, He cannot run longer the Government's face; And Cameron wants, for the use of old Scott, Some three hundred thousand more men than he's got. Then sixty new iron-plate s