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six feet in height, as straight as an arrow, and as graceful and light-footed as the deer which feed upon the prairies of his western home, he looks every inch the soldier and the chief. He is, withal, as gentle as a woman, as brave as the bravest, able in council, influential with his people, a pure patriot, and thoroughly devoted to the cause of the South. His name should become a household word with the citizens of the Confederate States. Having seen a copy of his "talk" to Colonel S. S. Scott, commissioner of Indian affairs, at Fort Washita, 9th October last, we give an extract. It will be found scarcely less eloquent in its simplicity and true feeling than the celebrated speech of Logan: "Permit me to express to you the gratification we feel because of your visit. We thank you for the very friendly and satisfactory address this morning.--We are strengthened and encouraged. We will remember your words when you are far away. We will profit by them. "In the fa