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old blooded murder of their brilliant young chief. It is beyond the power of pen to put upon paper the indignation expressed by everybody.--Flags are at half-mast to-day, out of respect to Col. E.'s memory. The firemen held a meeting at the Astor House this evening, to take action in reference to the deceased. Tomorrow ten thousand troops, embracing Gen. Dix's brigade, will be mustered into the United States service. The ceremony will take place in Fourteenth street. A letter from Washington to the Press says Mrs. Lincoln and her sister visited the Navy-Yard to-day, where the body of the deceased soldier was lying in state, and placed a beautiful bouquet upon the remains. It is understood that private Secretary is preparing an obituary notice for the newspaper press. The body of Col. Ellsworth was opened and embalmed by Dr. Holmes, the inventor of the patent embalming process.--The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon. The ceremonies will be of an im pos
Hon. George W. Summers. --A telegraphic dispatch from Washington to the New York Herald, speaking of the Union sentiment in this State, says: "Accounts from Virginia indicate a steady invigoration of the Union sentiment in Western Virginia. Geo. W. Summers has boldly sided with the unconditional Union men, and is said to be as decided against secession as John S. Carlile.
Continued. --The cases of Lewis G. Close and Richard Washington, two parties arrested as suspicious characters, was yesterday continued by the Recorder until to-day. The case of Maria Scott, for attempting to murder Mrs. Ottenheimer's child, by throwing it into the river, a few days since, was continued until the 5th of June.