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evening, says that Gen. Price has fallen back to Cassville, and that the second brigade of General McCulloch's division were marching to his assistance. An express rider who came in last night, of safety; he would continue to fall back, as necessity might require, until reinforced by General McCulloch. Orders were sent from here last night to all the regiments of the first brigade of GGen. McCulloch's division, to march immediately to the assistance of Gen. Price. Later.--Dispatches, this morning, say that Price is still falling back, and had reached Keatsville, four miles fromommand, or a portion of it, has fallen back to the Arkansas line, and effected a junction with McCulloch. Fifty thousand Federals are near the line; ten thousand of them in Benton county. In additirs from the West, which state the Federals in Benton county make a show of retreating. If so, McCulloch and Price will start in pursuit of them to-day. The enemy may attempt to reach Arkansas by a
om the lower Potomac state that the Confederates are concentrating a large force opposite Hooker's Division, and it is supposed that a large number of Southern troops have recently arrived. Salt Lake City, March 4.--Brigham Young has been re-elected Governor of Utah. Springfield, Mo., March 1.--On Wednesday night 300 Confederates surprised Capt. Montgomery at Kittsville, and several Federals were killed and seventy horses were taken. It is believed that Generals Van-Dorn, Price, McCulloch and Pike will overrun the country. Louisville, March 4.--Two bridges at Nashville and the Decatur Railroad have been destroyed. The largest boats continue to navigate the rivers. Chicago, March 4.--Columbus was burning from Friday until Sunday. A portion was still on fire. A large number of the cannon were thrown into the river. A portion of the works were mined. Nineteen thousand Confederate troops had left by railroad, and they had destroyed the railroad track and bridges