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hat the enemy has torn up the entire track of the Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad, in Northern Missouri, and transferred its rolling stock to Illinois. The alleged reason of this movement was stated to be that it was impossible to keep the "rebels" in that section, who were very numerous, from burning the bridges and otherwise obstructing communication between the two termini. Later from Missouri--the Federals advancing with 48,000 troops. From a telegraphic dispatch, dated Fayetteville, Ala., Nov. 10th, published in the Fort Smith Times, we extract the following: The force of the enemy is reported at 48,000, with 12d pieces of artillery, and advancing South with the avowed intention of wintering on Arkansas river. Generals Price and McCulloch are acting in concert and in perfect harmony. A battle may be expected in a few days, near the line, of the most sanguinary character — far exceeding the Oak Hills battle. Generals Price and McCulloch are determined. The Fede