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this city. Under the management of the kind ladies of the "Soldiers' Aid Society," assisted by a committee of competent gentlemen, this institution has rendered invaluable service to our sick and wounded soldiers. It now has under its care about fifty sick, who, we are glad to say, are in an improving condition. Dectors Knox, Watson, and Picot, are constant in their attentions, free of all cost. This hospital has been supplied, so far, mainly by the liberality of those by whom it was established; but at present it is greatly in need of fresh supplies. Grateful for the prompt and liberal responses of our friends in behalf of the St. Charles and other hospitals, we call upon them not to forget the "Springfield." Will they not send, at once, to the care of Rev. Alex. G. Brown, pastor of Trinity Church, such things as eggs, butter, chickens, bacon, crackers, wines, &c.; also, towels, sheets, pillow slips, old clothes, bandages, &c.? Contributions of money, will also be acceptable.
f the different regiments in the late battle. Captain Maurice was detailed to proceed to Springfield under a flag of truce to bring away Captain Cavander, Corporal Conant, and the body of Genera people along the river in consequence of the greatly exaggerated accounts of the battle near Springfield, which is represented as a great victory for the Confederates. Ironton, Mo., August 17. rces yesterday. McDonald was escorted beyond the lines yesterday, and sent on his way to Springfield. He no doubt gained much valuable information of the strength and position of our forces, &c., as it is said that he had the freedom of our camp under his flag of truce. Our wounded at Springfield are reported to be doing better. The correspondent of the St. Louis Republican furnishes the following: General Sterling Price has issued a proclamation at Springfield, to the effect that a great victory has been won, and the Northern oppressors of Missouri have been driven back;
advanced ½--sales at 54½ Tennessee 6's advanced ½--sales at 42½ The New York Herald, of Tuesday, says: The stock market fell off yesterday on the strength of the foreign news and the cut of the Secretary of War for more troops. The b rs made the most of the latter event, d med a robust belief of an early attack of Washington by Beauregard's forces. H ce we note a decline of ¼ the new count 6's and ¼ per cent in the registered; the Treasury notes bearing 6 per cent also declined ½ per cent. State stocks also declined though the county supply indicates a general the reports regarding the repudiation of Southern bonds in Northern bonds. Tennessee declined 1 per cent; Virginia ½ North Carolinas 1; Missouri, 1½ T retreat of Gen. and the of Springfield by Gen. McCulloch are regarded as unfavorable occurrences for the credit of the State of Missouri. It is evidently going to be, like Virginia, a battle field and its material interests must suffering in conseq