sonal interest, and for the loyal men of North Missouri, who have suffered much and long, and who should be protected in a legal way, I think.
I am, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
J. T. K. HAYWARD,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., December 12, 1864.
Our scouts, under Lieutenant Cooper, just returned to Bloomfield. They killed 2 guerrillas, and captured 3 horses and the arms of the men killed. It is getting unhealthy again for guerrillas; the leaves have fallen. I should think they would take the oath-until spring.
J. B. ROGERS,
SAINT JOE, MO., December 12, 1864-4 p. m.
Captain FRANK ENO,
Harding's command delayed by desertion and mutiny among the men who were paroled at Glasgow; he has sent a full written statement through district headquarters.
Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding Sub-District.
Denver, December 12, 1864.
Major General S. R. CURTIS,
Fort Leavenworth, Department of Kansas:
Following dispatch for you from 100 miles above Fort Lyon, dated 6th instant, has been received:
Since 29th of last month have been after 130 lodges, Arapahoes and Cheyennes. Marched all night 3rd and 4th instant. They broke camp precipitately yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. Can't follow-time of Third Regiment being nearly out. If I can have 1,000 troops can make campaign on Smoky Hill and Republican and close them out.
J. M. CHIVINGTON,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SOUTH KANSAS,
Paola, Kans., December 12, 1864.
Major C. S. CHARLOT,
Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of Kansas:
Inclosed I send for the information of department headquarters official copies of papers in the case of Colonel C. R. Jennison.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
JAS. G. BLUNT,