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ng crossed the Tennessee. A telegram from Louisville, on the 1st, says that the rumor prevailed there that Hood, with thirty thousand men, had crossed the Tennessee river. It also asserts that the telegraph line between Louisville and Atlanta is working. A dispatch from Nashville, on the 1st says: Since the repulse at Den hundred men and eight pieces of artillery.--A telegram from Cairo, dated the 1st, says: The steamer captured and burned by the rebels at Fort Herman, Tennessee river, was the Mazeppa. She was a new steamer, on her first trip, and valued at $40,000. Her cargo, consisting of Government stores, valued at $200,000, mostly cloorrest's men on furlough, or straggling through the country, are ordered to rendezvous at Jackson, Tennessee. The two other steamers reported captured on the Tennessee river have arrived safely at Paducah. Strong reinforcements of mounted infantry have arrived at Paducah, which fact, it is believed, has changed Forrest's plan