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on of Missouri. The following telegrams disclose a speck of war in the far West: Cairo, September 15.--General A. J. Smith's advance arrived at Sulphur Springs about twenty miles below here to-day, where they will go into camp, and probably await the developments of the enemy. Shelby's advance is in Southeast Missouri, but nothing definite is known in regard to his designs. St. Louis, September 16.--Reliable information received here reports that General Price crossed the Arkansas river at Dardanelle, about half way between Little Rock and Fort Smith, on the 8th, with five thousand cavalry, evidently destined for Missouri. Shelby's movements in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri seemed to be aimed at Cape Girardeau, while Price probably strikes at Springfield. These places are well fortified, and have garrisons strong enough to repel any attack. The New York State Democratic Convention. The New York State Democratic Convention was in session at Albany,