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enant-Colonel Weaver, with ninety colored soldiers, was attacked yesterday morning, five miles below Fort Nelson, by two hundred rebels, under Lieutenant-Colonel Lowry. The rebels were whipped, with the loss of Lieutenant-Colonel Lowry and Captain Gardy and twenty men killed. The Federal loss was one lieutenant and three 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 the Lemoine bridge on the Pacific railroad, one hundred and seventy-five miles from here. Price is still reported in the vicinity of Booneville, with General Sanborn harassing his rear and flanks. Miscellaneous. Chief Justice Taney, of the United States Supreme Court, died in Washington on the night of the 12th. Gold was quoted in New York on the 12th at 2 to 3 3-4. Chapman (Republican) has been re-elected Mayor of Baltimore by eight thousand majority.