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ant from Missouri. reported retreat of Price towards Arkansas. Strauss, Mo., Oct. 20. --Major Scott, of Gen. Siezel's staff, who left Warsaw yesterday, says he Arkansas line. Lexington Retaken by the U. S. Troops. Jefferson City, Oct. 20 --Major Milne, of the first Missouri scouts, arrived here to-day on the inhabitants are actually suffering for the necessities of life. Rolla,Mo.,Oct. 20--The capture of Lynn Creek is confirmed. The place was surrounded on the 14thken at both places, seventy-four in number, have arrived here. St. Louis, Oct. 20.--Work on the fortifications has not been suspended, and no order to that effect was ever issued. The fight near Lebanon. St. Louis, Oct. 20. --In the skirmish near Lebanon, on the 12th, between two companies of Major Wright's cavaa few wounded. Capture of scouting parties by the rebels. Hudson, Mo., October 20. --Messengers say that a scouting party from Cameron, numbering one hun
them in the same manner. The citizens are organizing and preparing to proceed to take their camp, and great excitement prevailed throughout the city to-night in consequence of the conduct of the soldiers. From Fortress Monroe. Baltimore, Oct. 20. --Some twenty released prisoners who have been waiting for several days to go to Norfolk, by a flage of truce, will return to Baltimore to-night. Neither the general commanding nor the flag-officer will allow any communication with the rn paraded in his honor, and the occasion was highly flattering to a beloved colonel. Major Jones, of Gen. Wool's staff, has been appointed Provost Marshal at Old Point. From Cairo — reconnoissance of the Tennessee river. Cairo, Ill., Oct. 20. --The gun-boat Conestoga made a reconnoissance of the Tennessee river, yesterday, as far as the State line. A strong rebel force was discovered near the Tennessee line. The Conestoga returned this afternoon, having seized two barges