ency.--The following, published in a rebel paper, shows the manner in which the depreciated confederate currency operated on the rebels themselves:
Mr. Editur, Sur: At this time I ain't as much in favor of soft money as I was. I don't want to raise no rumpus nor hurt nobody's feelings, but somehow I'm injured from pekuliar sirkumstances to express my opinyun about the way my finanses have been managed by other people.
I would hav writ something about it before, but I thought maybe Guvner Brown would think I was a leaning up to him, and he might insist on makina me one of his side.
Now I'm agin Joseph, and I'm agin all his messages, and cabbages, and proklamashuns, and aspirations, and abominations.
I hain't seen his last great bill of inditement, but from the sillybust of it which appeared in your paper, I'm prepared to say that I would like to experiment on him, and see if Solomon writ the truth in the 22d verse and 27th chapter of Proverbs.
I would make the juice fly till