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The Daily Dispatch: October 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Fifty dollars reward. (search)
n three days. Hood, thus far, has no more men than we have, and his raid has produced no military result. Additional from Missouri--capture of another town — Lexington occupied. A dispatch from St. Louis, dated the 16th, says the Pacific railroad has been repaired, and troops are rapidly being sent to Lamine. General Pleasanton had gone from the city to take command of the cavalry and attempt the capture of General Price's trains. Price's forces were reported to be divided. General Sanborn was in pursuit of Jeff. Thompson. A later dispatch, dated the 17th, says: Bill Anderson and forty of his murderous crew entered Danville, Montgomery county, on Friday evening, murdered five citizens, mortally wounded another, and burned eighteen buildings. A few citizens occupied the block-house in the centre of the town, and undertook to defend it, but the rebels burned the house, with all the county records, and the law offices and papers of three prominent lawyers. The