we have at last succeeded in capturing Captain John Gurley, the murderer of General McCook.
He hae will be hung without benefit of clergy." Captain Gurley is one of the bravest and most energetic of his being in this carriage which enabled Captain Gurley to identify him. He was traveling with hisgade, and was surrounded by a body guard.
Captain Gurley attacked the guard and drove them off, andin doing so, and if we had a few more like Captain Gurley the country would be rid of many other Yanified that we will retaliate, we fear that Captain Gurley will never again return to his family and here was such an officer in his command as Captain Gurley. " The officer addressed replied that therman, "I can sleep, but I had determined, if Capt. Gurley was in your command, neither to eat nor sle depart he remarked that he was sorry that Captain Gurley was not with Gen. Morgan, for he had resolthe bitterness of feeling expressed against Capt. Gurley at the North I fear that, unless our Govern