Cols. Sigel and Solomon. of tlio Uuij ted States torces, with aboat 1,500 men cr.couutcrcd a foroe of secession troops cstimated at 6,000 under Oen. Rains and Col., Parsopé, near Qartuogc, Missouri, on the "itli Dgt., and m all day'a fight ensued. RcporU :u-c coriflicting, bat t lio liiost reliablo roport, fioni a niessenger of Col. Sigcl hiinsclf, pivc tlie scecssionists tbo voorst af it. Tiioir loss is repOTtpdaèfrom 200 to 300, and Co!. Sigcl's - killed nüd ■!") wounded Sñá missing. I ox 'cution w;is dono by Col. Sigel's artillery. Col. S. 1V11 back upon Cariluigo and was uwaithig reinforcenieuia. An engagement is alsi report ed between Col, WolfiPa oeinmand of 500 Fcd: eral tr-vps and 1500 State trooops near SpriDgfield. Federal loss 30 killed and wounded, Col. W. being killed ; rebel loss reported large, but uot known. Uot v.ork is boing esperieuce in Missouri.