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From Kansas. Wyandotte, Kansas Sept. 24. --The acting Governor has issued an order commanding every person in the State, between the ages of 18 and 45, to immediately enroll himself in some military company. Each company is ordered to hold itself in readiness for marching orders, and each man is required to furnish all the arms in his possession. The refusal of any man to obey the order will be taken as an evidence of disloyalty, and he will be treated accordingly.
The Daily Dispatch: October 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Religious exercises for the National Fast day. (search)
urnishes fine opportunities for speculating in a variety of ways. A large number of adventurers are now going in that direction by way of Knoxville and Nashville. Either mules or Yankees is understood to be their specialty. The Struggle in Kansas. The Liberty (Mo.) Tribune has a letter from Colonel John T. Hughes, of the Confederate Army, which is issued in an extra, reporting that a few days ago the Secession forces drove General Lane and his command into Kansas, with twelve killed, tlle and Nashville. Either mules or Yankees is understood to be their specialty. The Struggle in Kansas. The Liberty (Mo.) Tribune has a letter from Colonel John T. Hughes, of the Confederate Army, which is issued in an extra, reporting that a few days ago the Secession forces drove General Lane and his command into Kansas, with twelve killed, thirty or forty wounded, and thirty-five taken prisoners. He states that but two or three were killed and sixteen wounded on the Southern side.