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ore, who left a note, pinned to the wall of a deserted building, announcing that this present raid was only a forerunner of what was to come. The Latest from Price. The following is a characteristic official dispatch from the Yankee General Curtis, who could not get to Price. It is dated at Camp Arkansas, November 8th: Price. It is dated at Camp Arkansas, November 8th: We have just concluded the pursuit of Price, whose rear guard crossed the Arkansas river under fire of our guns. He left another of his guns and his own carriage, which, with other arms and equipments, have fallen into our hands. We are now rid of twenty or thirty thousand half- starved bushwhackers and half-starved vagabondsPrice, whose rear guard crossed the Arkansas river under fire of our guns. He left another of his guns and his own carriage, which, with other arms and equipments, have fallen into our hands. We are now rid of twenty or thirty thousand half- starved bushwhackers and half-starved vagabonds, who I hope may never return to disturb the peaceful inhabitants north of the Arkansas river. He is also beyond our posts of Fayetteville, Fort Smith and Fort Gibson, which are now safe. S. R. Curtis, Major-General. A speech from the New Governor of New York. Governor Fenton, the newly-chosen governor of New York,
Enormous Price. --The wood dealers are now asking one hundred dollars per cord for wood — pine and oak mixed — and in many cases it is several days before you can have it delivered. Their excuse is the great scarcity of teams and delay caused by waiting for the City Measurer, who is often off on other business. Many families in this city are entirely out of fuel, and unless the facilities for supplying them are considerably increased, much suffering will be experienced this cold weathe