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the 30th ultimo, surprised and captured some guards, numbering thirty-two, at Shelbyville, Tennessee, and burned the railroad depot and a lot of arms and munitions of war. Ten of the Union prisoners were shot by Blackwell near Fayetteville. The balance were delivered to Forrest. Six of the latter escaped, and had reached Shelbyville. One hundred and fifty rebels, under Duval McNairy, attacked Lieutenant Blizzard, of the Fifth Tennessee cavalry, in charge of a large drove of cattle from Johnsonville, within fifteen miles of Nashville. The Union guards numbered sixty, half of whom were killed, wounded or captured. The balance escaped and arrived here safely. There was a stampede of the cattle, and large numbers are straying through the country. A party of fifteen guerrillas, under Lieutenant Herron, of the Second Tennessee, having secreted themselves near the coal bank at Kelly's Ferry, when the steamer Ressaca landed for coal, fired on her, and set, her on fire. The crew sc