Evacuation of Corinth by the Federal--news from the North--the Approach to Cincinnati, &c.
Mobile, Sept. 10.
have evacuated Corinth
, burning every house to the ground before they left.
They are retreating northward, laying the whole country waste and burning houses.
The St. Louis Democrat
, of the 3d inst., says that Gen. Blunt
is to march from Fort Scott
immediately to invade Northwest Arkansas
The Confederates are concentrated at Cross Hollows
, near Elkhorn
battle field, awaiting his appearance.
encountered the Union
forces at Lamar
, killing and wounding 22 men and two officers.
correspondent of the New York Tribune
states the losses in all the battles, including Saturday, at 12,000, and calls Pope
a liar for over-est mating his loss.
The rebel loss is believed to be less, as they fought under cover.
burned his own baggage train, and destroyed three other trains loaded with supplies.
One thousand surgeons had arrived at Washington
, volunteering their services.
The steamboats and street cars in Cincinnati
had stopped running, and all business was suspended.
was approaching Cynthiana
from Piketon, Ky. Gen. Smith
's forces were variously estimated at from 12,000 to 25, 000.