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n which the latter were completely routed, with the loss of seven killed. One hundred horses and all their tents and supplies were captured. Col. Johnston, while riding at the head of his column, was pierced by nine balls and instantly killed. Two bullets took effect in his head, two buck shot in the neck, one bullet in the left shoulder, one in the right hand and one in the left. He died urging his men to fight for the "stars and stripes." Arrest of a St. Louis editor. St. Louis, Sept. 23 --Charles G. Ramsay, the proprietor of the Evening News, was arrested this afternoon by order of the Provost Marshal, and taken to headquarters for examination. His offence was publishing an editorial article to-day entitled "Fall of Lexington," reflecting in bitter terms upon the campaign of the military authorities in the Department of the West. His paper was suppressed, and all the manuscripts found in the office seized, and the building is now in the possession of the provost gu
York Herald, of the 25th, we gather the following additional news items: Release of Ross Winans. Fortress Monroe, Sept. 23 --Ross Winans, having taken the oath of allegiance, was released this morning, and will to-night accompany his son. They were sentenced to hard labor during the war and their property confiscated. From Washington. Washington, Sept. 23. --An order has been issued preventing all civilians and officers and privates, not on duty, from visiting the outomac John Newton and Winfield S. Hancock to be Brigadier Generals of volunteers. Skirmishing in Kentucky. Cairo, Sept. 23. --The pickets of the Iowa 7th at Ellicott's Mills, Ky., eight miles above Columbus, were approached on Sunday eveof Owensborough, Ky., on the Ohio river, seventy miles above Paducah. Flight of J. C. Breckinridge. Frankll, Ky., Sept. 23 --It is said that John C. Breckinridge and Wm. Preston escaped from here through Montgomery county on Friday.