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nch bomb explode among them. The sentries are entirely exposed, but the guard have a splinter proof to protect them against shells. Before placing the prisoners in their new quarters, General Foster communicated his design to General Jones, so that there should be no ignorance pleaded of their whereabouts. Confederate invasion of Missouri. A telegram, dated at St. Louis on the 16th instant, says: Reliable information has been received here that General Price crossed the Arkansas river at Dardanelle, about half way between Little Rock and Fort Smith, on the 8th instant, with five thousand cavalry, evidently destined for Missouri. Shelby's movements in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri seemed to be aimed at Cape Girardeau, while Price will probably strike at Springfield. Both places are well fortified, and have garrisons strong enough to repel any attack. General A. J. Smith's advance arrived at Sulphur Springs, about twenty miles below here, to- day