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great destruction of property. Destruction of a Bridge over Green River.--The bridge across Green river, on the Bardstown and Nashville Green river, on the Bardstown and Nashville Turnpike, eight miles from the railroad bridge over Green river, was destroyed by the rebels on Thursday last. The necessity which led to thGreen river, was destroyed by the rebels on Thursday last. The necessity which led to this destruction of valuable property is not known, but it is supposed that the rascals were suddenly seized with a desire to commit some unnatre made at once to reinforce the Federal troops. Affairs up Green River.--We learn by letter from Evansville, Ind., that five hundred troops from Terre Haute, Ind., have gone up Green river, Kentucky, and taken possession of locks Nos. 1 and 2. The expedition was fired upon o dead. There are many Union families in Evansville from the Green river country, who have fled from oppression. Everything was quieur hundred men, who are making preparations for an expedition up Green River. Return of the Home Guards.--Our gallant citizen soldiery,
umbus with his command. Gen. Jeff. Thompson's force is now at New Madrid, bound to St. Louis, for the purpose of joining Gen. Fierce and General McCulloch. Gen Clarke is moving hence in the same direction, with 20 cannon. Gen.Fremont's safety is endangered, and 8,000 of his troops have moved Paducah-ward from Columbus. The Kentuckians are redeeming Kentucky and predict that the Southern winter quarters will be at St. Louis, Louisville, Washington and Baltimore. Nashville, Oct. 4.--A gentleman who arrived this evening, from Eastern Kentucky, says the Federals, 4,000 strong, advanced from Camp Dick Robinson to Big hill, 60 miles nearer the Tennessee line, with the view of fortifying themselves so as to prevent Zollicoffer's march into Kentucky. Our troops had not advanced beyond Green river. The Federals are fortifying Elizabethtown, where they are encamped, 8,000 strong, with eight cannon, but necessaries only sufficient to last them but a few days.