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Tenn., have held meetings with a view to furnish the distressed and routed soldiers with clothing, beds, and blankets. Later — a small force of Yankees at Murray, Ky. The Bowling Green Courier, of the 22d says, that instead of ten or twelve thousand. Yankees occupying Murray, Calloway county, as reported, the number consMurray, Calloway county, as reported, the number consists only of 3,000 infantry and 500 cavalry. They are under command of Gen. Smith, from Paducah. His object doubtless is to destroy the railroad at Paris, Tenn., and thus break the communication between Memphis and Bowling Green, and capture or destroy the army stores there. Federal progress in North Tennessee--occupation ofs: Three gentlemen who arrived at Paris before the departure of the train for this city, brought information that the Federals had advanced in force to Murray, Kentucky, only twenty-five miles north of Paris. That they would continue their march to Paris, between which and Murray, we learn, there is no Confederate force su