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d the platform without taking offence, while no truly loyal man can fail to be disgusted with its manifest truckling to the disloyal elements in the loyal States. Upon the whole, the platform is a pitiful affair, and will be expectorated upon by all sorts of people. Wheeler's operations in Tennessee. The following is the latest Yankee dispatch about General Wheeler's movements: Louisville, August 30.--Passengers by the Nashville train say that Wheeler, with his entire force, has appeared at the bend of the Cumberland river, three miles below Gallatin, where they captured a company of United States troops, and were attempting to cross the river this morning for an advance upon Gallatin. His force is variously estimated at from five to twelve thousand, (the former number is probably nearly correct.) A report has reached Cave City, Kentucky, that the colonel commanding the post at Gallatin ordered the depot there to be burned, as it was without the range of his guns.