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ow snug at Rolla. The bridge and water tank at Scott's, eight miles west of Jefferson City, have been burned by the rebels; also, the railroad depot at Lookout, a few miles beyond. St. Louis, Missouri, October 11. --Intelligence has been received at head-quarters that Price's army went from California to Booneville, Cooper county, yesterday, and Shelby sent two thousand cavalry across the Missouri river at that point. General Fisk has gone to Lexington to take command there. General Sanborn is still pursuing the enemy. Reports were extensively circulated to-day that Magruder, with five thousand rebel infantry, had entered Southeast Missouri and occupied Frederickstown, but they prove to be unfounded. Business is suspended at St. Joseph, the citizens having been called to arms by General Fisk, in anticipation of a visit from Price. The Late operations in the Valley. A correspondent of the Herald, writing from the Valley on the 9th, gives an account of the