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ifferent sources that Gen Price was at Cassville on Thursday last, with 25,000 men, and that Ben. McCulloch was ten miles this side of that place, with 10,000 more, with the intention of marching on Springfield and offering battle on the old Wilson's Creek grounds. McCulloch was expecting 10,000 additional troops from Arkansas. Large numbers of the residents of Green, Jasper, and other adjoininmont. A scout who arrived last night reports the enemy moving slowly in this direction. --McCulloch has the advance post, and on Friday was ten miles this side of Cassville, so that by to day th some of them being at Curran, and others at Crane Creek and Dug Springs. Four days ago Gen. McCulloch issued ten days rations to his men, and informed them that they would fight before those rations were exhausted. McCulloch is very anginous for battle, and his troops share his enthusiasm. The whole force of the rebels is said to be about 60,000, but of these some 10,000 or 15,000 are