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hildren, and old men, and his total lack of zeal when it came to fighting. Rosecrans threatens to hang every Confederate caught with a Yankee uniform on. Grant deluged an enormous district in Louisiana, with the avowed purpose of starving the inhabitants, and afterwards pillaged and burned Jackson. As for Beast Butler, his crimes are a reproach to human nature, as he himself is a libel on mankind. In striking contrast to these monstorsappear the names of the Confederate Generals Lee, Johnston, Bragg, Jackson, Beauregard, Pemberton, Price, Kilby Smith, &c. They have violated no law; on the contrary they have everywhere enforced rigid obedience to the law. They have shown, as Washington did before them, that it is possible to fight, and to conquer, within the limits of the law. This is a glorious triumph for the Confederacy. It goes at least as far as anything else to show that the right is on our side. For that cause, the leaders of which are all good men, cannot be bad, as tha
The Record. --This new weekly, recently announced by Messrs. West & Johnston, made its appearance yesterday morning, and will be issued regularly on Thursday of each week. It is will printed on paper uncommonly good for these times. Its character is two-fold, viz: That of an abstract chronicle of the times and a literary magazine. In the former department will be presented the events of the war; leading features of the Confederate cause; general acts of Congress, immediately interesting to the army and the people; proceedings of the courts; and brief notices of foreign and domestic news. The latter department will be conducted after the manner of the Eclectic Magazine, or Littell's Living Age.--being chiefly selected from the best sources, with an occasional original paper or poem. The first number is a good beginning upon the plan of the publishers. Their paper fills a niche not occupied in the periodical literature of the South, and we hope it will meet with liberal e
Four hundred and Fifty dollars Reward. --We will pay $100 each for the apprehension and delivery of the following slaves to Lee & James, of this city; Phil, a black man, about 50 years old, and a little bald; Cureil, about 40 years old, has thick lips, and frowns very much; Reuben, about 35 years old, has a smooth face, with high cheek bones, and has a dissipated look; and John, a mulatto, about 18 years old; he lived last year with Mr. Jno. T. Rogers, and was hired this year to Mr. Peyton Johnston. We will also pay $50 for Jimmy, a black boy, about 15 years old, who has been living with Mr. Lewis L. Barnes up to the time of his running off, about a month since. They have been seen within a short time past in the city. P. M. Tabe & Son, Agents for W. T. Taliaferro. fe 1--6t*