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constant telegraphic communication with our advancing columns, and is employing all the rolling stock of the Louisville and Nashville road in forwarding troops and supplies. All the bridges are repaired and trains are running through to Mumfordsville. Six new Ohio regiments will pass through Cincinnati this week for Kentucky. The Postmaster at Somerset writes under date of the 13th, that both armies are on the defensive, and fortifying. A gentleman, in the confidence of General Schoepff, writes (same date) that Gen. Zollicoffer is fortifying at Fishing Creek, five miles west of Somerset. Dr. John Jackson, without provocation, shot and severely wounded a Minnesota soldier, who went to his house, near Springfield, to buy hay. Jackson was arrested, taken to Lebanon, and probably tried by military law. He was a Douglas elector of the Ashland district, and a brother of him who shot Ellsworth. Vague rumors are afloat of a fight at Mumfordsville, between General Mc