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using to observe the holy horror which is excited in the breast of the representative man of Northern coarseness and brutality by the alleged massacre at Fort Pillow. A volume could not hold a simple recital of the most atrocious and bloody deeds perpetrated by Lincoln's hordes of mercenaries and cut-throats upon our people, both soldiers and unoffending and defenceless and helpless citizens. Early in the war we have the murder of ten most resectable citizens of Missouri by the Federal General McNeal, because a traitor to the South, who had enlisted in the Federal army, was missing, and that traitor appeared after the executions had taken place. Then there was the hanging of Mumford; the shooting of Kentuckians in the service of the Confederacy by Burnside; the driving of helpless women and children into the Confederate lines without the means of subsistence, after robbing them of all their earthly possessions; the insulting and outraging of women; the cold- blooded murder of Southe
50 dollars reward. --The above reward will be given for the apprchension and deliver to me of a negro man named Ralph, the proper of Mrs F R McNeal, of Stafford. Said negro is about 5 feet 6 inches high, very black, and walk a little lame. When spoken to he has a grun my pearance. He left the employment of Mr John Maynard, Quartermaster, to whom he was him about ten days since. E D Eachg. 14 st, near Exchange Hotel. ap 27--1w