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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Last days of the
Miscellaneous cases. --Thomas H. Dugan, of the Tiger Rifles, and T. H. M. Kenna, a Georgia soldier, were before the Mayor yesterday for over-drinking, and sent to Gen. Winder who will probably see that they are forward to their companies. Thos. Thompson, another soldier, for a similar indiscretion, was held to await the call of his officer. Nathan Siegel and Michael Tool, for drunkenness and disorderly behavior, were each required to give security to keep the peace. James Woodson, was fined $5 for purchasing, chickens in the Second Market to sell again and the fowls were sequestered by the city. Wesley Adams, free negro, was fined $5 for buying chickens, eggs, butter, and chestnuts in the Second Market, to sell again, and the miscellaneous country produce was declared confiscated.
Important from Missouri. reported retreat of Price towards Arkansas. Strauss, Mo., Oct. 20. --Major Scott, of Gen. Siezel's staff, who left Warsaw yesterday, says that definite and satisfactory information had been received at Siegel's camp that the rebels under Gen. Price had broken up their camp in Cedar country where he arrived last Sunday week, and where it was said he would make a stand and give battle, and continued their retreat towards the Arkansas line. Lexington Retaken by the U. S. Troops. Jefferson City, Oct. 20 --Major Milne, of the first Missouri scouts, arrived here to-day on the steamer Sioux City, and reports that on the 16th one hundred and fifty of his regiment, under Major White, surprised the rebel garrison at Lexington, and recaptured the place and all the sick and wounded, together with a quantity of guns, pistols, and other articles, which the rebels threw away in their flight. Two pieces of cannon, which were in the fort, were also captur