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s and Holmes's commands are still at Marshall, Texas. But few rebel troops are now within the borders of Kansas. Marmaduke's cavalry and some 2,500 men are in the mountains west of Fort Smith, short of supplies. A dispatch from Leavenworth, dated the 9th says Blunt is in a bad way. It adds: "Advices from Fort Scott say that a courier arrived there on Friday night from General Blunt, bringing information that the rebels, under Cooper and Shelby, eluded our forces, crossed the Arkansas river with 9,000 men, and were marching on Blunt, who has 1,800 cavalry as an escort to an immense supply train for Fort Smith. Gen Blunt had curtailed his train and made preparations for defences." Lehigh coal sold in Philadelphia on Monday last at $11.20 per ton of 2,240 pounds--a figure never before attained in that city. Gold was quoted in New York Thursday at 146½. Secretary Seward, in a speech at Auburn, N. Y., last week, said that "it is injustice, and downright robbery