Second Lieutenant J. H. Adams, Twelfth Regiment Missouri Cavalry, acting aide-de-camp; Major Lucien Eaton, judge-advocate; Captain William Hoelcke, additional aide-de-camp, chief of engineers.
By command of Major-General Rosecrans:
O. D. GREENE,
HEADQUARTERS SAINT LOUIS DISTRICT, No. 166. Saint Louis, August 13, 1864.
1. Major James Wilson, Third Missouri State Militia Cavalry, will relieve Colonel J. F. Tyler in the command of the Third Sub-District.
2. Colonel J. F. Tyler, on being relieved, will report at these headquarters for orders.
3. The term of service of his regiment having expired, Lieutenant Colonel John T. Burris, Tenth Kansas Volunteers, is relieved from command of the Second Sub-District, and will rejoin his regiment for muster-out. In relieving him, the general commanding takes occasion to express his regret for the necessity which takes Lieutenant-Colonel Burris from useful service, and to congratulate him and the officers and men of his command on the highly satisfactory result of their late expedition into Northeastern Arkansas.
4. Lieutenant Colonel H. M. Hiller, Second Missouri State Militia Cavalry, will at once assume command of the Second Sub-District.
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By order of Brigadier General Thomas Ewing, jr.:
Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
GLASGOW, August 13, 1864.
I have just returned from the neighborhood of Miami. There is no truth in the received report of Todd crossing north; no rebels in force have crossed the river. I leave for Boonville.
Major and Chief of Cavalry.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI,
Springfield, Mo., August 13, 1864.
Major JOHN COSGROVE,
Captain Quinn has not yet got in from Bolivar. I expect he has gone to Stockton, Millville, &c. As soon as he comes back I will send him to Lebanon. Keep Captain Rubey's company there and issue clothing and supplies to them the same as if mustered in. There is a rumor here that there was some fighting at Hartville Thursday night. Have you heard anything of it?
JOHN B. SANBORN,