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entucky has furnished nearly seventy-six thousand soldiers to the United States army. Another telegram, dated Louisville, Kentucky, the 7th, says: J. Walker Taylor's rebel forces occupied Owensborough until Friday, conscripting citizens and firing upon steamers, when they left. The New Albany Ledger says that rebel guerrillas have possession of Owensborough, Hawesville, Davenport and Henderson. The Lebanon train was captured by a band of Magruder's guerrillas, near Lebanon junction, yesterday afternoon.--The passengers were robbed and the cars burned. The rebels brutally murdered four discharged soldiers of the Fifteenth Kentucky. Taylor has established his headquarters at Hawesville, and the citizens are fleeing across the Ohio to avoid conscription. A Card from Brigadier-General page. We find the following addressed to the editor of the New York Tribune: Sir: In your issue of yesterday was the following paragraph: "The rebel Gener