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Gen. Hindman. The following is an official dispatch published in the Northern papers: St. Louis, Mo., October 24. To Major-Gen. Halleck, General-in-Chief: Our arms are entirely successful again in Northwest Arkansas. Gen. Schofield, finding the enemy had camped at Plea Ridge, sent Gen. Blunt with the first division westward, and moved towards Huntsville with the rest of his force. General Blunt, by making a hard night's a arch, reached and attacked the rebel force at Maysville, near the northwest corner of Arkansas, at 7 o'clock A. M. on the 22d inst. The enemy was under cover, and estimated at some 5,000 to 7,000 strong. The engagement lasted about an hour, and resulted in the entire rout of the enemy, with the loss of all his artillery — a battery of 6-pounders — a large number of horses, and a portion of their transportation and camp and garrison equipage. Our cavalry and light howitzers were still in pursuit of the scattered forces when the me