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rley Martin, Carroll Wood, John Reed, and Thos. Shields, were in the city at the time, and, after the departure of the Federals, followed along in the rea overtaking one of the soldiers who was lagging behind, shot and killed On last Friday night, a passenger who had arrived at Lexington by the Booneville stage was seized by Charley Martin, and the next morning was found murdered on the levee. Our informant adds that the rebels have killed and packed away in Lexington about 3,000 hogs for Price's Gen. and what he will The Washington correspondent of the New York to speak card" with reference to the intentions of McClellan. We extract the following: is frequently asked by inexperienced members of Congress and other subordinate officers of the Government who ought to know better, Why don't General McClellan advances. The only reply to this question is, that Gen. McClellan is adv everyday and hour of the twenty-four that passes. He has his hands upon the oa