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From Louisville.

Louisville, Aug. 29
--It is supposed that the Southern line will not be interrupted until after the proposed meeting of the Union members of the Kentucky Legislature and the Union Congressmen at Frankfort. This meeting is expected to fix the status of the State.

Passengers by the cars report that Hobletzel, an officer in Rousseau's Brigade, has been arrested at Elizabethtown. Hobletzel was formerly an agent of the Express, and the alleged cause of his arrest was the cutting down of a tree somewhere.

Louisville, August 30.--Travelers by the Southern railroads reach here in immense trains and continue to arrive and depart regularly.

It is known that an order of the War Department is on its way here, in the hands of an officer authorized to execute it, suspending telegraphic communication with the South. The management of the lines from Louisville to the South, refuse to suspend until their lines shall be forcibly or authoritatively closed by the Government; which will probably be done by the close of the week.

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