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. he wished to see all usurpers struck down by the voice of the people at the polls. He was for any organization any party, any power, any candidate on God's earth, except a negro, for the overthrow of Abraham Lincoln. He would take Fremont or Chase. He believed, them to be plain and candid men, and he loved a man who acted in God's open sunshine. With his convictions of the Presidents policy, of his ambition, his sinister purposes for the future, his determination to clutch all the powers." The utmost prominence is given to the working men's strikes for higher wages, and the woes of the poor needle women are as usual made the burden of elaborate lamentation The gold Speculators' telegraph — a rich Invention The efforts of Chase to keep the trading in gold down are unavailing; the Yankees are too smart for him. He tried to stop telegrams being sent from Washington with the following success, as described by the Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazettes: Wh