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nemy's pickets were driven in, and soon after the army came in sight of the rebels' position.
McCulloch's camp extended in a valley along Wilson's Creek for three miles, and followed the bends of ths regiments to support the Iowa First.
An attempt to charge with his cavalry was next made by McCulloch, but the charge was entirely broken by the fire of Totten's battery.
Both batteries were soonrs.
N. Y. World, Aug. 29.
Gen. Siegel made his attack upon McCulloch's right, drove the rebels for half a mile from their position and took possession of that extrr Sturgis ordered a movement toward Springfield, and the whole force fell back in good order.
McCulloch made no pursuit.
The national loss was 800 in killed and wounded.
Though the rebel loss is ned Indian warriors--Southern allies — crossed the Arkansas River near Fort Smith, en route for McCulloch's camp.
These Indians are armed with rifle, butcher knife, and tomahawk, and had their faces