mall arms.--Can't give particulars; but write this to correct reports circulated by those who fled from the field."
[Signed,] Ben. McCullough,
A telegraphic dispatch from Memphis gives the following additional particulars:
The Confederate loss was from 200 to 300 killed, and 400 to 500 wounded. Among the killed on our side are Major Harper, of Churchill's regiment; Capt. H. T. Brown, Lieut. Joe Walton, Captain Bell, Lieutenant Weaver, Sergeant Sam. Morton. Maj. Ward, of the Third Regiment, lost his arm, and it is thought he will die.
Capt. Stewart's company suffered greatly--thirty or forty of Col. Carroll's regiment was killed.
Maj. Wrightman, a gallant Missouri officer, was killed.
Siegel's forces were pursued to Springfield.
When the messenger left, it was thought McCullough would attack them here.
Capt. Blank caught Siegel, but he was rescued.
He shot at and thinks wounded him. Col. Sweeney, of the Federal army, was kille