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of the people when this cruel slaughter of Americans by Americans is ended: when the martial music of the hateful fife and drum is superceded by the sweet song of pence; when the march of armies give way to the march of industry and civilization; when spears shall be turned into pruning hooks and swords into plowshares; and the Goddess of Liberty, folding away forever the blood stained banner of civil war, wears upon her wounded bosom the healing olive branch of peace." The Fort Warren (Ind) Sentinel says: "In view of the disasters which attend our arms on the Potomac, the utter demoralization of our army, the dissections among our Generals, and the determination of Lincoln, Stanton, and Halleck, to prevent Gen. McClellan or any of his friends — or, in fact, any Democratic General who designs carrying on the war for the salvation of the Union rather than to build up the Abolition party--from successfully carrying on a campaign, is it not time to inquire if our national difficult