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le. It is supposed that the object of this movement is a raid upon the Central railroad. Official reports from General Forrest--continued success of his operations. General Forrest reports, from near Pulaski, Tennessee, September 27th, thGeneral Forrest reports, from near Pulaski, Tennessee, September 27th, that he succeeded the day before in capturing four trestles, three block houses and the fort at Elk Ridge, with about fifty prisoners, without the loss of a man, and had entirely destroyed the railroad from Decatur to Pulaski, with five large railroadiles south of Nashville. The latest Yankee papers received announced that Rousseau was about to take the field against Forrest, and the official dispatches above quoted show that he has done so. He is a general on whose skill the Yankees base great expectations, but we believe no match for the brave and daring Forrest, "the wizard of the saddle." General Beauregard--a change of Commanders. We learn officially that General P. T. Beauregard has been put in command of the whole Souther
them in the same position this morning offering a stubborn resistance to its advance. General Forrest in Tennessee. In another part of the paper our readers will find an account of General General Forrest's successes. The following dispatch is all the Yankees have to say. They can compare the two: Nashville, September 26.--Forrest, with his entire force, advanced upon and destroyed the Forrest, with his entire force, advanced upon and destroyed the Sulphur Spring trestle yesterday. Colonel Pace, commanding Elk River bridge, evacuated that post at daylight on the 26th. Forrest took possession this morning. On Saturday, in the fight aForrest took possession this morning. On Saturday, in the fight at Athens, five hundred men of the Sixth and Eighth Indiana cavalry were captured. It is reported that Forrest butchered all negroes captured who were in Federal uniform. Miscellaneous. Forrest butchered all negroes captured who were in Federal uniform. Miscellaneous. The draft in Indiana and Ohio is progressing quietly. The delegation from Covington and Newport, while returning home from the Union demonstration in this city on Saturday night, came in collisi