NEW HAVEN, May 10, 1865.
I have captured two guerrillas, Jewett and Davis, of Goulder's band. They say Goulder has gone to Hughs and Lee and is going south. Shall I return to Louisville or pursue them farther? Think cannot accomplish any more. Horses are very jaded. Answer immediately.
L. O. MARSHALL,
Captain, Thirtieth Wisconsin Detachment.
LEXINGTON, May 10, 1865.
Captain J. BATES DICKSON,
Assistant Adjutant-General, Headquarters Louisville:
Major Bridgewater with 100 men has been ordered to hunt down guerrillas under Goulder and other leaders in Wilson and adjoining counties. Bridgewater left Stanford this morning.
E. H. HOBSON,
CUMBERLAND GAP, May 10, 1865.
I have just received the following telegram and desire to be relieved from this embarrassment:
KNOXVILLE, May 9, 1865.
Colonel W. Y. DILLARD:
You will obey the order to move your command, as previously directed, to this post at once. You will start as soon as to-morrow morning or you will be placed in arrest.
By command of Colonel H. G. Gibson:
W. S. BRADFORD,
Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
W. Y. DILLARD,
LEXINGTON, KY., May 10, 1865.
Troops leave Richmond, Ky., this morning for Cumberland Gap to relieve you. The order placing Cumberland Gap in this department directs that troops serving at Cumberland Gap will remain there until relieved by troops from Department of Kentucky. The above is all the information I have on the subject.
E. H. HOBSON,
Jackson, Tenn., May 10, 1865.
Commanding, & c., Paducah, Ky.:
GENERAL: With reference to the surrender of West Tennessee, which was demanded of me, I desire to make this communication in