taken at Fort Donelson are arriving rapidly.
Ten boats, named below, brought up 10,685--in addition to which about 2,000 have been sent to Chicago by the Illinois Central road.
As fast as they are landed they are forwarded by railroad to Springfield, Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit, where efforts will be made to provide for their proper accommodation.
The passengers were divided among the following boats:
C. A. January1,200
Prisoners at Indianapolis.
By telegraph from Indianapolis, Feb. 25, we have the following:
Gen. Buckner and Staff, including Majors Casby, Hays, and Cassady, Captains Thos. J. Clay, Chas. Johnson and E. H. McDonald, and J. M. Gallaher, Buckner's Private Secretary, reached here at 1 o'clock this morning, with three hundred other prisoners, among whom were Major Cranberry, of Gen. Tilg