Gen. Price's force — movements of Gen. Fremont--Fremont's Removal and his Successor — a skirmish on IrFremont's Removal and his Successor — a skirmish on Iron Mountain, &c
St. Louis, Oct. 20.
--A messenger from Gen. Fremont's headquarters at Warsaw reached Syracuse, Gen. Fremont's headquarters at Warsaw reached Syracuse, Mo., of the 17th inst., and reported that Gen. Price had made a stand in Adair county, 25 miles from Osceola, with 25,000 we and disciplined troops, and a large force of militia.
Gen. Fremont had begun preparations to lay a pontoon bridge across trge reinforcements.
It is expected that he will defeat Gen. Fremont's army, divide his forces, and take St. Louis and Jeffehe Cincinnati Commercial, of the 19th inst., learns that Gen Fremont will be removed on the 22d inst. Gen Hunter is to succeed Gen. Fremont.
The Cincinnati Gazette says that Gen. Fremont has been removed by the positive order of President Linco Fremont.
The Cincinnati Gazette says that Gen. Fremont has been removed by the positive order of President Linco
ely by children, has caused quite a sensation among the young talks, and the indications are that the capacity of the theatre will not be large enough to accommodate all who will desire to attend.
We refrain from divulging the details of this novelty, as it would blunt the appetite of the public were everything to be told too soon.
It is sufficient to state that among the actors and actresses will be some of the best blood in Gotham.
A son of the French Consul General and a son of Maj Gen Fremont will be in the cast.
Dodworth is to do the music.
This will not be the most insignificant means of swelling the Sanitary Fair fund.
Lincoln Fails to make a New State out of Tennessee.
Lincoln has failed to get a new State out of Tennessee.
He seems to have been out-manœuvred.
A letter dated at Knoxville, on the 17th ult., gives the following account of the failure:
The Knoxville-Greenville Convention, of which so much has been said and written, has met and adjourned.