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ngsville and run back to Lexington. They had also appeared at Georgetown and Garrettsburgh. A telegram, dated at Cairo, the 19th, says: Great excitement prevails in this section of country in consequence of a raid into Western Kentucky by Forrest's force. General Meredith, commanding the district, has issued a proclamation calling on the citizens to suspend business, rally to arm and drive back the rebel horde. Forrest himself is reported at Corinth with a strong cavalry force, and expForrest himself is reported at Corinth with a strong cavalry force, and expresses his intention to free Western Kentucky from the hand of the oppressor and allow the people to vote as they please at the coming election. The rebel force left at Eastport, Mississippi, is estimated at three hundred. From General Hood. The latest Yankee dispatch from Chattanooga is dated the 19th. It says that the day before Sherman started in pursuit of Hood, who was retreating southward by way of Bloomtown Valley. A letter, dated at Marietta, october 3d, gives these them