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Harper's Weekly, of a recent date, contains a two page engraving, which it designates as "rebel atrocities," and which shows how the Yankees went up a spout at Paducah, Millikin's Bend, and Fort Pillow. The margins of this picture represent a lot of negro teamsters tied to trees and shot; a free mulatto shot by Forrest; starving prisoners on Belle Isle, and other similar horrors; but its chief peculiarity is the centre piece, which shows a group of naked men, with huge wings and horns, and serpents of various sizes coiling about their hoofs — for they have hoofs instead of human feet.--The most prominent figure in this group, which has some likeness to President Davis, leans upon a sword of gigantic proportions, and seems to be addressing his companions seated around. The scene is lighted by a single torch, and in the distance is dimly seen the word "Richmond." This picture, the wondering reader is informed, represents "the traitors in council;--while above all is the quotat