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Ranaway --From the subscriber, on Monday, the 5th inst., a Negro woman, named Betty. Tall woman is about 5 feet 3 inches high, dark complected, with a lighter shade on both cheeks, I believe she is now somewhere in the town of Sidney, as she was last heard of in the neighborhood of Mr. A reward of five Dollars will be paid for her delivery to me, or if placed in any jail, so that I can get her again. Joseph Davis, au 3--ts 214 Broad street
we had at least 69,000 men on the ground and as many more only a few miles off. They said they had 40,000 in the field and 40 0 0 n reserve. They asked me if Jeff Davis didn't ride a white horse, and was be not on the field I replied that President Davis rode a white horse at Richmond, and that if not then on the field, he would be there in ample time to turn the ti of battle, if it was really running in their favor, as they said it was. They said they did not care a d — n for the nigger — mber us, we could outfight at them; that a vast majority of our people were as brave as at the head of his conquering legions, while the majority of brave men among them was probably not quite so vast; that we had the best Generals on our side — Davis, Beauregard, Johnston, Lee, Magruder, Albert Johnson, Ben McCulloch, and others — while they had only Scott, whose sands of life are nearly run, and who is altogether too slow for such a "trial of conclusions" as our Generals have instituted; an