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tional flag over its office the day after the secession. A few weeks since, on Sunday, the Paris firemen were called out to extinguish twenty fires in chimneys and five in buildings. This beats New York. Lancaster, Pa., which went for Lincoln by 800, was carried by the Democrats, Tuesday, by 720 majority. Lieut. Wm. R. Boggs, U. S. A., since 1866 stationed at Pittsburg, Pa., has resigned and returned to Georgia, his native State. The board of Councilmen of New York have invled out to extinguish twenty fires in chimneys and five in buildings. This beats New York. Lancaster, Pa., which went for Lincoln by 800, was carried by the Democrats, Tuesday, by 720 majority. Lieut. Wm. R. Boggs, U. S. A., since 1866 stationed at Pittsburg, Pa., has resigned and returned to Georgia, his native State. The board of Councilmen of New York have invited Mr. Lincoln to visit that city. Rev.G.Gates, pastor of the Baptist Church in Louisville, died last Monday.
Greeley at Springfield. --Horace Greeley arrived at Springfield (Iii.) Tuesday morning, and was called upon at his hotel by Mr. Lincoln. The interview lasted several hours.--Greeley urged a strict adherence to an anti-compromise policy, and is said to have received gratifying assurances. His opinion as to the Cabinet and other appointments was freely solicited and given. He is known to be strongly opposed to Cameron, and very much interested in the appointment of Chase and Colfax. Col. Fremont, he thinks, should have the mission to France.