y to strike no matter how the rebels move.
The following telegram show: what Brigadier was captured, and that our have, besides taking Franklin, captured Shelbyville.
A train arrived here last night from Chattanooga with a few wounded men and several rebel prisoners — among the latter Brigadier General Young of Cheathauthe rebel cavalry are prowling near the line.
A force of five hundred crossed the track near last night, fifteen miles south of Nashville.
The Prison at Shelbyville were attacked of a body of rebel cavalry on Monday night after some severe skirmishing to rebels retired.
Skirmishing at the front is of daily occurrence.
There is no change in Hooker's position.
In every skirmish, so far, the Union troops appear to have had the advantage.
Our forces have evacuated Shelbyville, and it is now in the hands of the rebels.
Opinions are rife as to Hood's movements.
Ample preparations have been made, and are making, to defend Nashville, shoul