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een received from Gen. Hunger. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. The Murders by the Federals on the Border. The St. Louis Anzeiter translates a local item from the Democrat in relation to the doings of the 7th Kansas regiment in Pike county, and remarks: One might fancy himself in Poland, and to read an organ of Muranew or Berg in looking over these lines. Thus., the Kansas boys have killed last week seven or eight men — of course, without judicial proceeding, or else thes, and a military mob rules with a rule of terror. Hence we call on our military authorities to interfere energetically. The Missouri Democrat having published these facts, can probably furnish details. Is it true, or is it not true, that in Pike county there exists lists of proscription, and that the soldiers of the 7th Kansas regiment carry out this proscription, and dispose of the life and death of citizens according to their pleasure, without judicial proceedings? Miscellaneous.