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Grand Union Meeting.

Let all Union men who are in favor of prosecuting the war against traitors come to the State House to-night.

Let them turn out and, by their presence and counsels, shame all domestic traitors and disunionists.

Let all who are in favor of sustaining the Government and putting down the rebellion, turn out.

Let all who desire to see the brave boys of Illinois sustained in their efforts on the battlefield to put down the accursed rebellion, and punish traitors, turn out.

Let all who love their country better than party, turn out.

Let all who desire the war carried on with vigor, and all the power of the Government, turn out.

Let all who desire to uphold and sustain the President, and encourage him to push on the war to a speedy and successful termination, turn out.

Let all who are in favor of sustaining the President in the use of all the means necessary to suppress the rebellion, turn out.

Let all who do not desire to sacrifice the lives of themselves, their fathers, their brothers, their children, and friends, in order that slavery may be perpetuated, turn out.

Let all who are opposed to dividing the United States, and making a Northwestern and Eastern republic, turn out.

Let all who are opposed to the "Knights of the Golden Circle," turn out.

Let all who are in favor of having the Union, the Constitution, and the laws of the Government enforced, turn out.

Let all who are in favor of opening the Mississippi river to the trade of the Northwest, turn out.

Let all who are true lovers of their country, and desired the Union restored, turn out.

Finally, let all who desire to hear the language of true patriotism, turn out.

Let men and women turn out.

Let all who desire to hear General Oglesby, Hon. John Dougherty, Hon. A. W. Mack, Hon. S. W. Moulton, Hon. Jackson Grimshaw, and other distinguished orators of the State, turn out.