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The war in Missouri. St. Louis, Sept. 14. --Gen. Raines is reported to be 40 miles from Lexington with 15,000 men. Tom Harris has captured a Government Agent in Boone county, and took from him a number of horses. Intelligence from Hudson, Missouri, states that Martin Green had crossed the Missouri at Glasgow with 3,500 men, and seized the steamer Sunshine, and used her for transporting troops. He captured a guard of 14 Federals, and released a number of Secession prisoners. The Sunshine was laden with bacon, sugar, &c., and 600 stand of arms. [second Dispatch.] St. Louis, Sept. 14. --Gen. Price's advance guard is at Warrensburg. Price claims to have 16,000 in his main body, and is approaching Lexington. The same messenger brought Price's official account of the battle at Fort Scott on the 4th of September. The forces under Gens. Lane and Montgomery, at the Junction, retreated after a skirmish of an hour and a half. Price's loss was 3 killed a
Wholesale arrests in Maryland. Baltimore, Sept. 14. --The Provost Marshal at daylight on yesterday arrested Mayor Brown, Ross Winans, Charles and F. Lawrence, S. T. Wallis, and L. P. Scott, members of the Legislature, and delivered them to the commander of Fort McHenry. Congressman May and legislators Henry M. Morfit, and W. G. Harrison, are reported to have been arrested. It is also reported that Benj. G. Howard, the peace candidate for Governor, has been arrested; and also Dennison Giventeur and Dr. Lynch, members from Baltimore county, and J. Hall, the editor of the Baltimore South. The Maryland Legislature was to have met on Tuesday. [In the names of the members of the Legislature from Baltimore arrested, as stated in the above message, there are evidently several mistakes. We give below a list of all the members from Baltimore, which will enable the reader to correct these errors. apprehend that all these members who have not escaped will be put under
Advance of Confederate troops in Western Virginia. Clarksburg, Va., Sept. 14. --The Confederates commenced advancing yesterday morning on both turnpikes towards Elk River and Cheat Mountain. They surrounded the fort on the summit, cut the telegraph wires, and continued to advance on Elk River until within two miles, when shells from the Loomis Battery stopped them. Skirmishing was kept up all night. Two of the Confederate officers, spying around the Federal camp, were surprised by the Federal pickets, who shot one, said to be John A. Washington, of Mount Vernon.
Seizure of Bank notes — suppression of a German Paper. New York, Sept. 14. --The police has seized the blank notes of the Pittsylvania Bank, of Virginia, and imprisoned the engraver. The circulation of the National Zeitung has been interdicted.
From Kentucky. Louisville, Sept. 14. --Gov. Magoffin vetoed the resolutions ordering him to proclaim that the Confederate troops must leave the soil of Kentucky. The resolutions, however, were passed over the veto.
McClellan's opinion about Slaves. New York, Sept. 14. --The Washington correspondent of the Times says there is considerable feeling among leading men in consequence of Gen. McClellan's imprisoning fugitives to wait the claim of their owners.
Discontinuing mails in Missouri. Washington, Sept. 14. --The Postmaster General has advised that no mails be sent over the St. Josephs and Hannibal railroads, and the prospect of the resumption of mail service on those roads is very unsatisfactory.
A Successor to Gen. Fremont. New York, Sept. 14. --The Washington correspondent of the Commercial Advertiser says that Gen. Fremont will be succeeded by Gen. Meigs.
Seizure of a Vessel. New York, Sept. 14. --Twenty-four boxes, containing articles of curiosity and art, the property of Com. Tatnall, has been seized.
Affairs near Washington. Washington, Sept. 14. --Intelligence was received here last night, announcing that the Confederates were moving in large bodies from Fairfax C. H. to Falls Church. Heavy picket skirmishing was also reported.