district of Arkansas, with headquarters at Arkadelphia on the Ouachita river, 65 miles southwest oderate army was encamped in the vicinity of Arkadelphia, to which place the army workshops had beenan when in command of the district.
Near Arkadelphia, in the flat-pine woods, the digging of shating the removal of the telegraph line from Arkadelphia, and the removal of army stores from Washington to Shreveport; that the position at Arkadelphia was good only as covering the magazine at Washarched on the evacuated Confederate post of Arkadelphia, capturing eight or ten sick soldiers, a la-days' march of 30 miles each day, reaching Arkadelphia, an army might turn southeast and go down trch 21st, to make a junction with Steele at Arkadelphia.
He moved by way of Booneville, Ark., throtely routed.—Price's Report. Steele reached Arkadelphia before Cabell and Shelby got into the posit them.
April 1st, Steele, after waiting at Arkadelphia a few days, marched on the old military roa
n Daniel's Texas cavalry.
Andrew Guillette, Breckinridge, Mo., assistant surgeon laboratory, Arkadelphia.
Charles O. Cuitman, Lacon, Mo., surgeon laboratory, Arkadelphia.
Elisha W. McCreary, CentrArkadelphia.
Elisha W. McCreary, Centre Point, Ark., assistant surgeon Dawson's Arkansas infantry. David S. Williams, Arkadelphia, surgeon Grinsted's Arkansas infantry. Benjamin A. Jordan, Kansas City, Mo., surgeon Morgan's Arkansas infaArkadelphia, surgeon Grinsted's Arkansas infantry. Benjamin A. Jordan, Kansas City, Mo., surgeon Morgan's Arkansas infantry.
John H. South, Truxton, Mo., assistant surgeon Pratt's Texas battery. Hervey N. Austin, Lancaster, Mo., assistant surgeon Pine Bluff hospital (deserted to enemy September, 1863). Elias I. Bealt's Missouri infantry.
Richard Johnston, St. Martinsville, La., surgeon chemical laboratory, Arkadelphia.
Paul Christian Yates, Huntsville, Mo., surgeon Shaver's Arkansas infantry.
Jesse Edward Th. Locke, St. Joseph, Mo., assistant surgeon Mitchell's Missouri infantry. Willis R. Jones, Arkadelphia, Ark., assistant surgeon Bell's Arkansas infantry.
Alcephus Robertson, Crooked Creek, Ark., ass