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s quiet. Donohue will not be pardoned, nor will Colonel North, a prominent citizen of New York, if he is convicted. Colonel North's case is creating much interest in New York since the fate of Ferry and Donohue became puhe purity of the ballot-box. Marvin Jones, Colonel North's chief assistant command with at Old Capitol, es, and that the business has been carried on at Colonel North's agency much more extensively than anything donfurther staggered by his complete implication of Colonel North in the frauds. The end is not yet reached. ility was extended them to prepare a defence for Colonel North, which they improved. This occupied the attentis not expected that they will be prepared to put Colonel North on trial before Friday or Saturday. The Comm New Yorker, who knew where to go for a place in Colonel North's office as clerk. He writes: "I have been discrimination was rewarded. It is ascertained that Colonel North immediately employed him at forty dollars a mont