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red men of the Fiftieth Indiana, two companies each of the Seventeenth and Seventy-fourth Indiana, one company of the Louisville Provost Guards, seventy recruits for the Thirty-third Kentucky, the fourth Ohio battery of six guns, with four other guns in position. The loss at Munfordsville, previously stated, was in the fight. There was two or three hours skirmishing on Tuesday between the sharpshooters of both parties. The rebels did not attack us in force in the Sunday's fight. General Chalmers made an attack on our forces with eleven regiments on Tuesday night. Bachner's division was added to this force. The firing on Tuesday was a rebel feint to enable them to secure the north bank of the river. In that we lost two killed and four or five wounded. Destruction of Prentice Miens, by a Union gunboat. Cairo, Sept. 19, 1862 --The fleet carrying the rebel prisoners in Vicksburg was fired into at Prentice, up opposite Napoleon, Ark. Several balls passed through the I