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Rosecrans has sent his horses to the rear — probably to points on the railroad where they will be convenient to forage — as none have been seen about Chattanooga for the last few days. This step, if it has been taken, will diminish greatly the pressure upon his wagon trains, the principal labors of which will hereafter be limited to the transportation of supplies for the Federal troops. The shortest and best road by which he can haul these supplies passes along the north bank of the Tennessee at a sharp bend in the river, six or eight miles below Chattanooga. At this point the trains are exposed to the fire of our sharpshooters, posted on the south bank, who attacked one of the trains on the 11th, killed a number of mules, and completely blocked up the way. The following day the enemy shelled the woods along the river in that vicinity, with the hope of driving the Confederates away or of making them show themselves; but he succeeded in doing neither. Should we be able to clos