our men prisoners, including commissioned officers, privates and citizens.
The following is a portion of our officers taken prisoners: Colonel Mitchell, of Arkansas; Colonel Stone, of Mississippi; Captain Galloway, of Little Rock, Captain Hallowell, of Dardanelle, Arkansas; Captain Williams, of Arkansas; Lieutenant Mason, ofArkansas; Lieutenant Mason, of Texas; Lieutenant Manual, Third Louisiana Regiment; Colonel Hebert, Major Tunnard, and Captain V. J. Lizini of the Third Louisiana.
Hebert, Tunnard and Lizini have since been exchanged.
The Federals are doubtless preparing to make another attack.
A Lieutenant Colonel was the highest officer killed on the Federal side. n the Bowling Green line.
Of this kind of fatal "strategy" there must be an end. Deal frankly with the people, and tell them — as the Governor of our sister State of Arkansas tells them-- that the entire power of the Commonwealth is needed to drive back the despoiler of their homes.
Let us have no more humbug — no more of that mi