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t-- "The rebellion is doomed, the Union must triumph; slavery is to die, and Lincoln and Johnson's election next month assured. Let us all 'rally round the flag,' and make their majority on the popular vote and in Congress overwhelming." The continued advance of General Price in Missouri--proclamation, Etc. The Yankee dispatches from St. Louis about General Price are nearly as muddled as those to come to the Confederate press from the Southwest. A dispatch dated St. Louis, October 10th, says: From the Democrat's Jefferson City correspondence it seems that the rebel demonstration on that place, on the 7th, was merely to occupy our forces while the enemy's main body crossed the Osage river. After feeling our fortifications, and finding them strong, they passed westward during the night, some twenty thousand strong, with sixteen to twenty-five cannon and along train of wagons. General Pleasanton arrived on the morning of the 8th and assumed command, and in the