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s, many of whom would lay down their arms if they could be secured against punishment for acts committed against the Government. Gen. Price, on Wednesday, was at Johnstown, in Bates county, going South. Gen. Fremont's movements are hindered by a want of transportation facilities. A skirmish in Western Virginia. Cincinnati, Oct. 13. --Yesterday afternoon, at a point fourteen miles south of General Rosencrans's advance, and eight miles from the Confederate encampment on Green river, a detachment of forty men of the Thirty-ninth Indiana Regiment, attacked three hundred Confederates, half of which were cavalry, without loss, killing five and wounding three. The whole Confederate force was driven back beyond Bacon creek. The case of Col. Rankin. Toronto, C. W., Oct. 14. --In the case of Col. Rankin, arrested here some days ago for trying to enlist men for the Union army, the magistrates have decided to bind him over to take his trial. Arrest of Mrs
n board, at Eddyville, Kentucky, sixty miles below the former place. There is a current report that a sharp skirmish occurred a few days since at Celina, Jackson county, Tennessee, near the Kentucky line, between Tennessee troops and Kentucky Unionists. The latter fied, leaving a large lot of guns and ammunition. Nine Federals were killed, and two Tennesseeans wounded. Passengers from Bowling Green to-day report that an engagement took place on the 17th inst, at Greensburg, on Green river, 30 miles above Mundfordville, between the forces under Gen. Hardee, 1,500 strong, and the forces under Gen. Ward, 2,000 strong. At Camp Andy Johnson the latter was repulsed after a sharp engagement. No particulars received. There has nothing been heard of Gen. Roussean this side of Nolin, where an advance arrived a week ago. The Federals are making no advance movements. The Louisville Journal, of yesterday, says four car-loads of arms, destined for the Kentucky armies, arrive