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The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1860., [Electronic resource], The
Montgomery outrages in Kansas. (search)
The Montgomery outrages in Kansas. A dispatch from Warsaw, M gives the following statement made by a committee of respectable citizens of Clinton, Henry co., Mo: That the public mind may not be misinformed and misled by the many emissaries the are running to and from through the country, east of this place, as we are informed, and to justify those who have the dark designs of the abolition marauders under the notorious Capt. Montgomery in Kansas and on the border, we beg leave to state the following facts, in addition to those heretofore given: The armed abolitionists have continued their murderous operations in Bourbon and Lynn counties, Kansas, hunting down and driving from the Territory all men who have disapproved of their robbing and murdering, and who have acted in any manner to sustain the laws. Their ads leading eastward from the Territory have been crowded with wagons and persons, male and female, escaping from these fiends. In one instance a mother
The war in Missouri. Louisville Sept. 13. --Intelligence has been received from Mexico, Missouri, announcing that Timber's Bridge, this side of Stingeon, had been nearly destroyed by fire. A train of troops were expected to pass, but they got out and examined the condition of the bridge and returned to Mexico, to await repairs of the structure. Jefferson City, Sept. 12. --General Price encamped on Saturday night near Clinton, in Henry county, en route to Jefferson City. [Second Dispatch.] St. Louis, Sept. 13. --The Pacific and Iron Mountain Railways have been connected here, to enable transportation to proceed without change of cars or the marching of troops through the city. The circulation of the Dubuque Herald has been interdicted here.
The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], The
Washington Volunteers. (search)