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St. Louis, amounting to $4,500,000, remain unpaid until they can be properly examined. Disbursing officers are not to transfer their duties to irresponsible agents, and contracts are to be made by regular disbursing officers of the army. Gen. Hunter's special aid. Quite a sensation was created in Jefferson City, Mo., on the evening of the 9th inst., by the arrival of Mrs. Col. Ellis, from Tipton, bearer of dispatches from Gen. Hunter and Col. Ellis. She was dressed in a semi-militaryGen. Hunter and Col. Ellis. She was dressed in a semi-military riding habit and hat, with a crimson sash thrown around the left shoulder, as an officer of the day, mounted on a splendid charger, and attended by two orderlies. She had ridden 45 miles since 10 o'clock, and, without taking a moment's rest, delivered her orders at camp, and then waited upon Gen. Price with her dispatches, urging forward two squadrons of Col. Ellis's command, now here, to join the regiment at Tipton. This mulier valients is attached to the First Missouri Cavalry, as special