ed, that Lane and Montgomery have intercepted McCulloch's rebel force, and cut his whole army to pieces.
St. Louis, Oct. 24.--Col. Morgan, with 220 men of the 18th Missouri regiment, and two pieces of artillery, had a fight with some 400 rebels, on Big Hurricane Creek, Carrol county, last Saturday, killing 14, taking eight prisoners, and putting the balance to flight.
Col. Morgan had 14 wounded.
St Louis, Oct. 25.--At the latest accounts Gen. Price was retreating towards Greenfield, in Dade county. Gen. Siegel's advance guard was near Bolivar on Tuesday evening, and his main body at Quincy.
General Seigel was as far South as General Price's rebel army, but some twenty-five miles east of him, and evidently aiming for Springfield, to cut off his retreat South, while General Lane was only two day's march north of him.
Gen, Lane's forces were at Osceola, and Gen. S gis's entire command was but one day's march behind.
Fremont is at Pommedette River, en route for Qu