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on for them the guns were . Of course, the town was more or less excited last night at the recital of the various rumors current. It was and that Morgan had appeared with his command at Rolling Fork Bridge at an early hour yesterday morning; that the Federal troops there had surrendered, and that the bridge over that stream had been destroyed; that the rebel advance had made their appearance at Shepherdsville, having given Lebanon Junction the go by; and that a fight was ment at the Salt river bridge. All these rumors were untrue. A train arrived at this city at half-past 7 o'clock last evening from Lebanon Junction, General Gilbert, who is in command of the forces on the Nashville read returning to the city by that conveyance. A train was at Shepherdsville at 12 o'clock last night, under orders to await instructions from the military authorities here. At 12 o'clock last night telegraphic communication along the line of the road untended only so far as Shepherdsville, th