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rthy the best. The buried treasure. A large sum of money, estimated by some as high as a million of dollars, one-half in specie, was secured by Price after being buried by Col. Mulligan. On the train, this afternoon, were portions of Capt. Graham's Moline Company, belonging to Gen., Lane's brigade, and a cavalry company from Bloomington. The latter brought their flag with them, which private Carico saved by winding about his body after the surrender. It bears the marks of severe usag of the boats which are to form the expedition, as far as we can learn, are as follows: Gunboat New Era, J. D. Perry, John Warner, Femmine, Post Boy, Emma, Minnehaha, W. L. Ewing, H. D. Bacon, Sam. Gaty, Northerner, N. W. Graham, D. G. Taylor, A. McDowell. Another proclamation from Gen. Anderson Headq' rs Dep't of the Cumberland, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 24, 1861. The commanding General, understanding that apprehension is entertained by citizens of thi