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Significant. The speech of Senator Trumbull at Chicago is significant in more respects than one. It shows that those among the Abolitionists who are able to see an inch beyond their noses begin to look forward already to a time when they may have to invoke that protection from the Constitution and the laws which they have uniformly done their utmost to prevent their adversaries from receiving. Senator Trumbull is a very unscrupulous, at the same time that he is a very sagacious politician, and no man is more deeply committed against the South and in favor of Abolitionism. Did he believe that the tenure by which the Abolition party now hold power w was an incubus which they were not bound to submit to or respect, that they have all come to regard it in that light, and now let them unteach them if they can. Trumbull and his fellows resemble the pupil of the magician, who, having raised the d — l by means of his master's spells, was unable to lay him again, and was torn to pi
on the expedition which resulted in the loss of two brave men and useful officers, and his brother officers of our army were not even aware of his intentions. The coming Storm — a Change of the Republican Programs — Warning speech from Senator Trumbull. The Republican party of the United States is beginning to foresee that they will not always be in power, and to prepare to avert the wrath to come. Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, one of the most dangerous members of the party, being, asSenator Trumbull, of Illinois, one of the most dangerous members of the party, being, as he is, an Abolitionist on principle, recently addressed a Republican meeting in Chicago, held relative to the suppression of the Times, and said some things very unpalatable to the canaille whom he was addressing. In fact, they would hardly hear him speak, and continually interrupted him by calls for one Jenison, who is described in the local papers as "the murderer Jenison." The following are some extracts from his speech: One of our mistakes is that we have allowed our opponents to mak