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From Missouri.

Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 16.
--Intelligence has been received from Sioux City, announcing that one thousand Missourians had attacked Boonsville, and had been repulsed with 12 killed and 30 wounded.

F. P. Blacir, Jr., has been ordered to report himself under arrest on the charge of using disrespectful language when alluding to superior officers.

Gov. Jackson has publicly announced his intention to move the Capital of Missouri to Lexington, which will doubtless soon be in possession of Gen. Price. Whether the Legislature, which adjourned in May last to meet again to-day, will be ready to proceed to business, cannot now be ascertained.

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