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The War in the Southwest. The mails from the Southwest came through on Saturday night, and we are thus enabled to lay before our readers the following interesting summary of news: A town sure by the Yankees. The Jackson Mississippian of June 3d says: We are indebted to Capt. Abney, who arrived this (Sunday) morning at 3 o'clock, on the train, for the following particulars regarding the attack of the enemy on Boonville. He says that eighty of the enemy's cavalry made a descent on Boonville, situated on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, below Riezl, and occupied by our sick soldiers, and burnt the railroad depot, hospital — In fact, the whole town, and several Caroda of ammunition, and destroyed about fifty yards of the railroad, and took a large number of prisoners. Twenty five of our cavalry came up at this time and fired on the ly, which caused a stampede, and all left. Our men then went to work and moved several burning cars that were loaded with Bufield s, a