rs of the band burned in the band wagon
the enemy defeated by Lieutenant Pond at Baxter Springs
the invasion of Missouri by General Shelby the engagement of Monday evening, and three men who were with Lieutenant Pond, commanding the station at Baxter Springs, arrived here and fue station at Baxter Springs.
But as the companies there under Lieutenant Pond have rifle pits thrown up around a block house furnished with saw that the casualties were likely to be all on their side.
Lieutenant Pond had also one howitzer, which was effectually used, for when thent north.
The losses of the enemy in the engagements with Lieutenant Pond and General Blunt, are estimated at about thirteen killed. Abothout artillery.
General Blunt thought that they had captured Lieutenant Pond's force, or he would have made an effort to fight his way to it. Or had Lieutenant Pond known of the approach of General Blunt, and that the enemy had marched away to attack him, he could and it would ha