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ards Arkansas to go into winter quarters. The rebels are thinly clad and poorly fed, and evinces a disposition to disband and seek their homes. Fifty of Freeman's marauders were at Steeleville, breaking open stores and houses, and helping themselves to what they could find, Freeman himself is reported in that vicinity. Freeman himself is reported in that vicinity. Major Boren with 1,000 cavalry left here yesterday, with a view of getting south of Freeman and cutting off his retreat. The weather is exceedingly fresh. On Friday we had a slight fall of snow. Sedalla, Mo., Dec. 1.--Parties from the West say that the country between Lexington is almost deserted, the men having goneFreeman and cutting off his retreat. The weather is exceedingly fresh. On Friday we had a slight fall of snow. Sedalla, Mo., Dec. 1.--Parties from the West say that the country between Lexington is almost deserted, the men having gone to join Price, or attaching themselves to the various commands of his officers throughout that region. Jennison's men are in Jackson county, devastating the country, and various parties of armed rebels have gone into that section with the avowed purpose of driving them out. Gen. Price's proclamation has been circulating