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uff: Frank Cheatham told his aunt, Miss. Rage, that Hood was ordered to Nashville against his own wishes; but he lames Hood for not attacking Schofield at Spring Hill. Hood ordered Bate to attack at Spring Hill, and he did not do it. The rebel army is now beyond Columbia. During the rebel tarry in front of Nashville thSpring Hill, and he did not do it. The rebel army is now beyond Columbia. During the rebel tarry in front of Nashville they captured but two locomotives and ten cars. The railroad is but little impaired, and trains are running up to Spring Hill; but two small bridges destroyed. Trains were to run to Murfreesboro' on Sunday. Telegraph communication is all right with all points; but two small trestles are destroyed on the Johnsonville road. JohSpring Hill; but two small bridges destroyed. Trains were to run to Murfreesboro' on Sunday. Telegraph communication is all right with all points; but two small trestles are destroyed on the Johnsonville road. Johnsonville itself was not destroyed. Hood has a pontoon above the shoals on the Tennessee river, where our gunboats cannot reach them. The correspondent of the Nashville Union also gives this account of what Hood intended to do if General Thomas had not interfered with his plans: A few days since, General Hood and som