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The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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osition. [The Richmond has since disappeared.] The Indians and the Jayhawkers. Our Indian allies in the West have started the blood of the Jayhawkers. An express arrived at Fort Smith on the 22d from Col. Stan Watie, bringing news of a battle between a company of Cherokees, of Col. Watie's regiment, and a number of Kansas Jayhawkers, in which the Cherokees killed 26, and 3 killed of the Cherokees, one of whom was Captain James Bell, younger brother of the late well known Jack Bell. The Herald, of the 23d, learns by a letter from Camp Jackson, that the Jawhakers are becoming troublesome on the Kansas line. A company of them invaded the Osage nation a few days ago and killed Captain Matthews, a white man who was married to an Indian woman. He was a friend to the South, and it was thought that was the reason he was murdered. They also killed an Indian. There will be 3,000 Indians in Kansas in ten days that will clean out that abolition hole. Carrying colum