Ex-Governor Stewart knocked down and his hands tied behind him.
--The Bowling Green
of the 10th inst., says:
, on passing to the Palee House
, in St. Joseph, Mo.
, had to cross a bridge; while on which he was knocked down, his hands tied behind him, and what the reporter calls a shameless indignity' offered him. He was released by a party of the 15th Illinois, unbound, and then — run away with standing hair from his own friends."