entleman from St. Louis, says that Fremont, in order to check dangerous enthusiasm, has been compelled to consent to the publication of falsehoods regarding affairs in South western Missouri.
The rout of the Federals there is regarded as amounting to their total annihilation. --After blowing up their powder and destroying other property.
Zeigle left on Sunday night and camped 10 miles this side of Spring field city.
In the county of St. Louis martial law has been declared.
Major J. W. McKinney has been appointed Provost-Marsha L. John A. Brownlee, President of the Board of Police Commissioners, has been arrested, and Basil Duke has been appointed in his places.
It is reported that Gen. Hardee, with 2,000 men, is marching on Pilot Knob, where 5,000 Federalists, with five cannon, are stationed.
The New York Democracy and the war.
The New York Times thus betrays its uneasiness:
It is easy to see that the Democratic leader in this State have made up their min