ve will be offered, he says, of allegiance to the Union, or forced within rebel lines.
He will apply the same law to women and children.
His idea is to throw an immense population on the South, to consume, what he considers, our limited supplies, and thus starve us into subjugation.
A force of ten thousand Abolitionists are near Lebanon, a body of whom made a dash into that place last Saturday, but left after destroying several houses and plantations in the neighborhood.
The enemy made a reconnaissance in force with in four miles of Lavergne last night, shelling our works as they advanced.
Firing was distinctly heard here.
They afterwards fell back to the Asylum, six miles from Nashville.
Col. Adam Johnston's cavalry made a dash into Madisonville, Ky., last week, killing forty Abolitionists and wounding 150.
The Abolitionists, fled to the Ohio river, but were pursued.
We succeeded in capturing three steamboats, and brought back forty wagon loads of army supplies.
all was arraigned for trial on the charge of stealing a gold watch from Robert C. Graham.
The jury found him guilty and ascertained the term of his imprisonment at three years in the Penitentiary.
Mr. Crane appeared for the defendant.
John Pendergrast was tried for stealing $74 in C. S. Treasury notes from John McCarthy, and found guilty by the jury, who assessed his time at 18 months in the Penitentiary.
Mr. Ratcliffe appeared for the prisoner.
Thomas Samanni was put to the bar for trial, charged with forging a check for $6,000, purporting to be signed by Owens & Sons, and made pay able to the order of West & Johnston.
The trial was concluded often night by the acquittal of the prisoner.
The Judge passed sentence on Wall and Pendergrast, who were taken to the Penitentiary yesterday evening.
C. S. District Court.--This Court was not in session yesterday, nor will it be to-day but will commence to-morrow, for the purpose of passing sentence on several convicts.