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errillas who yet remain. Bill Anderson's gang is still at large, and is said to be commanded by a fellow named Jackson, who is a worthy successor in the sleeping of prisoners and other cruelties committed by the bushwhackers. An energetic movement has been made in North Missouri to clean out the guerrillas from that section as early as possible. General Craig left St. Joseph several days ago with about two thousand mounted militia for a raid on the rebels in Platte and Clay counties. Colonel Shanklin, from Chillicothe, and other officers from the line of Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad, are after the rebels also; and the fur has begun to fly before this. Every one of these expeditions contains a majority of the local loyal militia, who have in many cases been driven from their homes by the rebels. There is no concealment of the fact that they mean to be revenged on their secession neighbors, who have pointed them out to the rebels as Union men; and many of these sympathizers, who