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cer. Affairs in Missouri--extravagant Lies of the Yankees — movements of Gen. Price,&c. The following telegraphic dispatches are so framed as to pander to thhas been made of the whole country, between the Missouri and Osage river, and Gen. Price, cut off from all supplies and recruits from North Missouri, is in full retred the brave officers and soldiers of our army, regulars an volunteers. General Price's designs to stir up rebellion in North Missouri, and simultaneously burn aty, with ten wagon l of subsistence, a rebel captain, and thirteen men who left Price's army when the retreat commenced. General Pope's official report of his ePope's cavalry had driven in Gen. Rains's pickets at Johnstown, was received by Price's army, the greatest consternation prevailed in the rebel camp. The cavalry, a but little prospect of capturing these rebel bands. The last report from Gen. Price is that he passed through Spring field on route to Arkansas and it is pretty