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news of the bridge burning reached this place, these cowardly traitors boasted that the time had then come when Union men could talk and act, and that they intended to do both. It is now difficult, we are told, to find a Union man anywhere in the neighborhood of Harrison ! We had suspected for some time that this "Union" or rebellion sentiment, which held out so persistently after the June election, had its origin in cowardice and villainy, and if any further proof is wanting to establish the truth of our conjectures, the conduct of these pusillanimous outlaws, since the late outbreak in East Tennessee, and the arrival of Southern troops in Chattanooga, furnishes it in profuse abundance. There is no fight in them; it is not their trade. They would doubtless be more successful at robbing hen-roosts and meat-houses; and will, in all probability, try their hands at that game next ! Indeed many of them have a successful experience to begin with.--Chattanooga Gaz. and Adv., 23d inst.