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ver, have become common in the army, and draw only such a crowd as may happen to be within hearing distance. The last information at hand corroborates all we have received from the Federal for the last ten days. They are concentrating troops heavily on our right and bringing forward their masses from the river. Probably their base of operations is Pea Ridge, a slight elevation about ten miles distant. On this may be erected their strongest works, to which those immediately in front are mere covers. Their rear division on the centre is at Monterey, while Pope on the left and McClernand on the right, have moved heavy portions of their commands to a close proximity with our lines. Skirmishing every day. Men frequently killed and wounded. Artillery practice between pickets about three times a week. Five Federals captured yesterday with cow bells upon them, their object being to delude our pickets with the idea that they were animals; which is not far from the truth. Q