Practical result of Abolitionism.
--The Cincinnati Enquirer
has the following exemplification of the result of abolitionism:
We heard yesterday of the elopement of a young girl, said to be about eighteen years old, exceedingly fair and prepossessing in appearance, and withal educated and intelligent, the companion of her flight being an ill-shaped negro, aged about forty, and until recently, the steward of an up-river steamboat.
The girl's parents reside in Marietta
, and are said to be highly respectable, but there is no accounting for taste, as was exemplified in the amour of "Desdemona" and "Othello," only in this case the individual is twice as black as the Moor.
They arrived in this city, and have been looking about to find some convenient clergyman or civil functionary to tie the amalgamating snot, but, so far, without success; and the probability is, that, if done at all, it must be done by a bird of the same feather as the bridegroom.