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horror, from the lips of the widow of the murdered man, W. H. White, a resident of De Soto county, Miss., who was slain on tnd about twenty of them returned on Friday, reaching the widow White's about 1 o'clock P. M. They stopped for water, when the, while the rest of the Federals fled in all directions. Mr. White was not at home at the time, and had never belonged to anois regiment, under command of Capt. Bycourt, arrived at Mrs. White's from Memphis and inquired for Mr. White, alleging thatMr. White, alleging that he was among those who shot the Federals in the morning, and that if he could be found he should die. This was stated tnd to two other young ladies of the vicinity who were at Mrs. White's. About this time Mr. White who had seen this large forMr. White who had seen this large force stop at his house, and feared some rudeness to the ladies there, came up in order to pacify the Federals if it could be do the South killed. When the order was given to shoot Mr. White, some dozen caps went off, but the pistols hung fire. He