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o repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been presiding Judge there, endeavoring to maintain the supremacy of the law, and to that end had used his efforts on and off the bench faithfully, notwithstanding the evidence of marauders and lawless men, who were there for that purpose only. He had organized and held co