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h will try the men severely, they having no tents, and in many cases, owing to their position, not being able to build fires. Colonel Oglesby says, "We came here to take that fort, and we don't intend to leave until we do it." Chicago, Feb. 14.--Capt. Willard, of the Chicago Light Artillery, left Fort Henry day before yesterday, at half-past 10 o'clock, and reached this city to-day. From him we learn that the artillery left Fort Henry for Fort Donelson between three and four o'clock oCultis. Our cavally are in close pursuit. H.W. Halleck. Springfield, Mo., Feb. 13.--Our troops are in Springfield. The enemy retreated last night with great haste towards Ozark and Wilson's creek, without accepting battle. St. Louis, Feb. 14.--A special dispatch to the St. Louis Democrat, dated Springfield, Mo., 13th, via Bear Creek to-day, says: Our troops took possession of Springfield to-day without firing a gun. General Price evacuated the place yesterday afternoon, marching out