ere whipped in part by nigger soldiers, whom he had come to take and shoot, with their officers.
Captain H. Bartling, Deputy District Provost-Marshal, under Captain Hall, and once Post Adjutant here, was severely wounded in one of his arms.
Sergeant Hays and one or two other officers were also wounded.
I must speak now, in the last place, of the injuries sustained by our city, which suffered terribly by the bombardment and conflagration.
Nearly all of Front Row, below Broadway street, incuce had been sent in by Forrest.
Friday evening, a rebel, who tried to cut the telegraph, was shot dead.
Captain Bawkman and Captain Crutchfield, of the Sixteenth Kentucky cavalry, were wounded in the head, and Captain Bartley, in the arm. Sergeant T. Hays, of the Fifteenth Kentucky cavalry, was killed.
Four white men and seven negroes in the Fort were killed.
Twenty-five houses around the Fort were destroyed by the Federals, because they afforded shelter for sharp-shooters, who could fire d