arless bayonet charge.
We believe that when every ounce of powder and lead is shot away, our army, if properly drilled, will really be stronger than it ever war. The greatest minds in the South are coming to the conclusion that our liberties are to be well by the bayonet.
Those regiments or companies that most distinguish themselves in bayonet charges will march on the true road to honor and preferment.
We trat that all regimental commanders will faithfully execute this order of General Beenregurd Let our men see that great merit will not be overlooked.
Let them feel that if they dare and suffer, their gallantry will be acknowledged and rewarded.
Men of the Army of the West ! here is a chance for you. By unexampled bravery high on the rail of fame.
If we succeed in this war — and we cannot doubt our final success — the Southern Confederacy is obliged to become a military people--Ten times more military than we ever have been.
Every boy must have a military as well as a