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For hire --Two Drivers, five Boys, one House Girl, one No. 1 Twister, and four Men accustomed to all kinds of work. For Rent--Two new Tenements in rear of my office, and three Houses below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond the corporations line. Geo. W. H. Tyler, General Agent, Marshall street, Between 7th and 6th. fe 8--ts
emies — these garrisons will naturally be the strongest places in the country. ***Our situation will be deplorable indeed. ***Will the oppressor let go the oppressed? ***The application for amendments will therefore be fruitless. **The power of changing it is gone from you. This government has not the affection of the people at present. Should be oppressive their affections will be totally estranged from it — and sir, you know that a government without their affections can neither be desirable our happy." The twenty-five million coercion bill will have a rough passage through the Senate. It is probable the bill suspending the postal laws in the Southern Confederacy will be passed. Southern men will vote for it. The Peace Congress makes slow headway. Albert Pike is here. Dressed in a full suit of homespun; he walks the Avenue "like a thing of" Southern "life." Ex-President Tyler's son wears a succession cockade all the time, and attracts much attention. Zed