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this arm, they have not and will not attack the salt works. The statements of the telegrams mentioned are based on information telegraphed to Lynchburg by officers of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad, one of whom escaped from the enemy at Glade Spring, and the other went out from Lynchburg on an engine to make a reconnaissance. These officers also report that the enemy has destroyed every bridge on the railroad between Glade Spring and Max Meadows. Yankee papers confirm our surmise thGlade Spring and Max Meadows. Yankee papers confirm our surmise that Stoneman was in command of this raiding party. The news from Tennessee. The news from Tennessee, furnished us by the Yankee press, is not of the most delightful and cheering character, certainly; but we have the consolation, upon which we can always rely where their statements are concerned, that matters are not half so bad as they represent. Thomas says that, on the 16th, he again drove Hood before him and captured thirty cannon. If he has thirty of Hood's cannon, they were capture