Special to the Chicago Times.
CAIRO, April 9.
Mr. Kendall, 51st Ill., who left the field of action on Monday, reports that Gen. Johnson [sic] was killed and Beauregard was wounded, a cannonball having shot his arm off.
There has been no arrival from Tennessee since early this morning, but one is expected every moment.
There is a rumor by way of Paducah that our forces occupy Corinth, and that the enemy is completely routed.
We have taken a large larder of provisions.
Carson, the scout, was killed early in the engagement. Lt. Col. Canfield, 72d O., was killed and his body has arrived here.
– Published in The Davenport Daily Gazette, Davenport, Iowa, Friday Morning, April 11, 1862, p. 2