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Gen. Price in Town...things in Missouri. General Sterling, Price, of Missouri, arrived in this city on Monday. His mission to the capital at this juncture is purely official, though it had been intimated that the President would send for him, in compliance with a request from the Missouri delegation in Congress for the promotion of Gen. Price.--There are many, however, who doubt that General Price will be elevated, since he is not a man of military education — not a graduate of West Point — but, like Hannibal and Cæsar, is simply a soldier of unsurpassed brilliancy and genius. The army at Spring field is now much larger than it ever was, and in better condition. The Southern cause in the State enlists the sympathies of every class of citizens, except a very trifling minority. Many even of those in arms opposed to us, under the auspices of the Lincoln State Government, are friendly towards the Southern cause, and would join us immediately, if practicable. As it is, desert