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public confidence in the President, in whom alone the people can now trust. We urge, as a life and death necessity, that this disturbing and disorganizing faction should be put down. It is the stumbling block in the path of the loyal people. It misrepresents this war for the Union by calling it a war for the negro; and no war for the negro can be popular. It cries "emancipation" to drown the battle-cry of "Union."--Its utterances serve to exasperate and encourage the rebels; for Sumner, Greeley & Co., have brought Jeff, Davis more and better recruits than the conscription act. It is a faction of traitors. If it had been crushed months ago we should have had an end to the war, at half the price of blood and treasure. As it is, the end seems no nearer than before. Three hundred thousand men are now rushing to arms. Three hundred thousand more patriots offer their lives for the salvation of the country. Millions upon millions of dollars are ready to be poured into the national T