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(And the following for an election card.) "A private dispatch from Springfield, Missouri, says our troops whipped Price again at Newton country, Missouri, date not given. We now hold the town, and the rebels are retreating into Arkansas. "Major-General Marmaduke, Brigadier-General Cabel, and four rebel colonels, captured by General Pleasanton at the battle at Osage, left here yesterday for Johnson's island. From six to eight inches of snow fell here yesterday," --A party of McNeal's cavalry caught a New York cavalry detachment napping, about fifteen miles from Cumberland, Maryland, on Tuesday morning, and killed three and wounded several; they took the remainder prisoners. This is presumed to be the same party that made the raid near Grafton. The Alexandria (Virginia) Gazette has suspended owing to Mr. Snowden, the proprietor, being among those of the southern sympathizers detailed by the Yankees as a safeguard on the Orange and Alexandria railroad. It is a