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The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Arrest of K. G. C.'s. --Yesterday morning, seven men were arrested in Madison county, on the charge of being officers of lodges of Knights of the Golden Circle, and organization or and conducted for treasonable purposes. Their names are Joseph K. Evans, Jack Porter, David McCarty, Wm. Evans, Val. Gideon, Joseph Gideon, Keith.--They were arrested about daylight by Marshal H. M. Hoxie, of this city, assisted by Deputies Bowers and Burton and several Special Deputies, and by a squad of soldiers under command of Lieut. Col. Kissman, of the 23d regiment. The prisoners were brought to this city last evening and confined in the guard-house at Camp Crocker. We shall publish hereafter some of the information which formed the basis for these arrests. It will astonish loyal men to learn of the treasonable plots which have been in progress in our neighborhood, but which have been thus promptly squelched by the vigilance of the United States authorities.--Des Moines, Iowa, Journal, Sept
icles the same facts in the following paragraph: Headquarters army of the Potomac,Saturday morning, Sept. 20. The rebel army has succeeded in making its escape from Maryland. They commenced to leave about dusk on Thursday evening, and by daylight yesterday morning were all over, except a small rear guard. They saved all their transportation, and carried off all their wounded but 500. We have nothing beyond this, at the present time of writing, than the fact that the reserve of Porter reached the Potomac on Saturday: but, after crossing and capturing a few prisoners from the enemy's fear guard, he was repulsed in force, and necessitated to come back. And here the performance of the week concludes, and the summing up in, that the rebels have suffered but little at our hands that would not have resulted to them had they retreated of their own accord. Their losses proceeded mainly from the failure of their own exaggerated expectations, while the battle portion of the d