spoken and the appeal at that time made and now enforced by one year more of taxation and debt, and of blood and disaster, entreating the people to change the public servants and their policy, nor by force, but peaceably, through the ballot box. I now, and here reiterate to their utmost extent, and with all their significance.
I repeat the last one and all, in no spirit of challenge or as earnest, sobar, solemn truth and warning the people.
A Bold letter from the West.
Col Marshall Anderson, a brother of Gen Robert Anderson, of Fort Sumter notoriety, has written a letter declining the nomination for State Elector on the Ohio Democratic State ticket.
The letter is addressed to the Columbus (O) Crisis. We give two or three most significant extracts there from:
I now fully realize and comprehend the meaning of the term "horrid bella." Now that "rampant war has yoked her red dragons to her iron car," now that all humanity, all magnanimity, is trampled under feet, I feel