Jeffeivon City, July 29. Colonel Guitor, of the Niuth Missouri Regiment, rcinf'oreed by Lieutenant Colonel Sh:ifJ'er and Major Chapper, of Mort i I's Horsc, ;ind Major Caluwull, of tlio ïliird Iowa Cavaliy, six liutidrcd and fifty streng, were attacked at. Moore's Ilill, Beven nulos east of FultOD, at noon, yestorday, by Porter. Aftcr 4 o'cloek I'. M. llio robots werc complot ely routed, wilh a loss of' smjotity-fivu to a huudrcd killed and wouuded :ind duo taken prisoner. Coloncl Guitor reporta a loss of forty-five killed and Wüunded. 11e cuplured gui;s, aniinunition, baggage etc., in pro'usioo, Oflicars and.men btliavfd sp'cndidly. Cobb is ropor'ted killed. Co!, üuitor ro sumed tlio pursuit last n glit, and will follow thetu over the Jordán. St. Louis, July 20. Information has boen received tbat a largo force of guerrillas entcred Missouri from Arkansas and are now encumpcd near the Statu lino D Ilowell and Texas counties. ïhey are represcuted to be cjmnianded by McBride, and iuclu3o gang3 headedby Golernan and lLuvtlionie, Many refugces from tlieso countics, and from Texas and Wright counlies, have reached Springfield and Rolla. One of theni is assured tbat our troops at Iiouse ton, Texas coun y, havo beeu reinforced, and are sufficicntly nuuierous to represa any demonstration from McBridu's forces. A gentleman just arrived fioui Mon roe ity statcs tliat at least 300 men arrived at Porter on Satunlay uight from Monme county. Fifiy persons left Hap: riil);il on Friday pighi, fcaring rebel depreda' ons. Most intense exeitemont prevaila all over the county. Haonibul is ahnost deserted, ai)d many of its citizeus have i arrived in this city.