Keifer was not only an attentive listener, but seemed wonderfully interested.
Now a petition is being circulated among the privates requesting Major Keifer and me to resign.
They are sitting with Colonel Keifer, in the open air, in front of our tent.
Colonel Keifer, in command of four hundred men, started with ninety wagons for Nashville.
Colonel Keifer and I have been on horseback most of the afternoon, examining all the roads leading from Decatur.
Mr. Keifer will devote his time to running down the hellish brigands who are a menace to the liberty of the ballot.
A detachment of the Third under Colonel Keifer crossed the river and reconnoitered the country beyond.