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ention it at all. We find the following telegram, which is very significant: Harrisburg, October 12.--The general impression here is that the State has gone Democratic, on the home vote, by fromarmy. How true this "painful report" was, the following telegram will show; Harrisburg, October 12.--The election commissioners to the Shenandoah Valley have returned. They report that they we up for that much truth, tell a lie which they themselves can hardly believe: Nashville, October 12.--Colonel Hoag, of Washburne's command, with thirteen hundred infantry and a battery of four ghere is eight feet of water on the shoals, and the river is falling. Clarksville, Tenn., October 12. --Lieutenant-Colonel Weaver, with ninety colored soldiers, was attacked yesterday morning, firee men killed. General Price in Missouri. The following telegram, dated St. Louis, October 12th, is all we find relative to General Price's movements in Missouri: The rebels destroyed