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arrested, but as yet their fats is unknown. Messrs. Reynolds & Co., of Fort Scott; Messrs. Crawford & Co., of Chouteau's trading post, and other merchants in the Territory, have removed their goods to Missouri. [by Telegraph.] New York, Nov. 23. --A dispatch from Warsaw, Mo., published here, states that handbills were circulating there calling on the citizens to arm and resist Montgomery's raid, and cut the throats of his followers. A meeting had been held, and resolutions adopted calling on the President for assistance. The Governor of Missouri had taken prompt steps to protect his citizens on the Kansas border. A meeting at Leavenworth, K. T., had called on Gov. Medary, the Territorial Governor, for protection. The latest advices from Kansas City, Mo., say that Dr. Massey, who left Fort Scott on Tuesday, pronounces the report of the burning there to be untrue. Five men had been murdered by Montgomery, and others captured and probably killed.