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supposed that the attacking force numbered one hundred well armed men. Fifteen prisoners were taken by the Lincolnites. The damage to the Yacht, it is believed, can be repaired at a small expense. The Civilian closes its narrative of the affair by paying a just tribute of praise to the cool courage of the men from the steamer Rusk, and the fort, by whose exertions the Yacht was saved from destruction. From Gen. M'Culloch's camp — the Federals Preparing to move. The Fort Smith (Ark.) Times, of the 8th, has the following message from Gen. McCulloch's camp: A messenger from General McIntosh, who, with his own and Stone's Texas regiment has been reconnoitering in the vicinity of Springfield, has just arrived at Gen. McCulloch's headquarters, bringing information of the most important character. The substance of the information is, that Gen. Hunter has superseded Gen. Fremont, and is now in command at Springfield, with 60 regiments of men, well armed and equippe
. Montgomery, Maj. A. Q. M. Fayetteville, Nov. 11th.--Maj. Clarke: Gov. Jackson was quite sick last night. Gen. Price has fallen back to Pineville, and Gen. McCulloch to the Arkansas line, and is cutting the roads full of timber, to prevent the Federals from advancing on him. The people here are fixing to retreat across the mountains. From Fort Gibson--Jim Lane on his way down — the Indian troops called for. The following letter from Fort Gibson, Nov. 10, was received at Fort Smith, Ark., on the morning of the 11th inst. It is important: An express arrived this evening from Lieutenant-Colonel Diamond, commanding Colonel Young's Texas regiment, at Fort Scott, Kansas, stating that Jim Lane, with 4,000 Jayhawkers and four pieces of artillery, is approaching our frontier and destroying everything before them. He brings dispatches for Colonel Drew's regiment now at this place, for Colonel Cooper's and Colonel Si s's regiments of Texans, now on their way here, with ord
imminent danger, to cross over from the city, but we expect him at his earliest convenience. This is the first time that any apparent interest has been taken of our spiritual welfare. The small-pox is prevailing to a great extent at Fort Smith, Arkansas. Information has been received at Fort Smith, Arkansas, that there continues to be considerable excitement in the Creek country about Opothleyoholo, who is still out on the scout. It is feared that he may get with the Northern Army. Fort Smith, Arkansas, that there continues to be considerable excitement in the Creek country about Opothleyoholo, who is still out on the scout. It is feared that he may get with the Northern Army. The good sisters of our faith residing in Richmond, (who thank God, can rise above all national or sectional strife and contention of the world, with their usual and self-sacrificing and Christian disposition to render aid and comfort to the afflicted.) attended to such of our wounded as were at the general hospital; and our officers and men who were there, and who represent all classes of religion, are unanimous in their praise of the care and attention bestowed in dressing and cleaning th