Tho folluwing dispatch has been reoeivcd at headquartcrs hore : .1 St. Louis, Jan. 11. To General H. W. Halleck : I have goud news fïorn Springfield. - üur troops have repulsed tho rebels, and we hold tlie place. The robels were re treating I have throe columns going towards them. General Brown losi an arm. Colono' Crabb, of Be Nineteenth Iowa Regiment, sacceeds him iu oommand. The troops, inoluding the enrolled militia , behaved nobly (Signed) B. R. CURTISS, Major-General Commanding. St. Louis, Jan. 12. Late last night Gen. Curtís roeeived dispjtches from Col. Crabb, eomnianding at Springfield, Mo. that the rebels were repulsed at overy advance, and our forces held the piuco, We lost seventeen killed. The nutnber wnurrdcd is not certaiiied. We burieil thirty-five rebels More wero talten off tho field They leff, a nuniber of wounded on our hands. But liitle of Springfield was destroyed. Tlio rebels aliuost entirely destroy fel tho telegraph be,tween Springfield and H.md Spring. Curtís has three columns of Xroops aftor thé enemy.