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e. 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 Decatur, Hood has moved further west, along the south side of the Tennessee. He is believed to have passed some of his infantry over that river at or near Bainbridge, twelve miles above Florence. No part of his force has he moved further north. A rebel rumor here has reported that he was coming this way. His purpose is difficult to ascertain. With a strong Union force in his front and rear and on his flank, fears as to his making a demonstration in this quarter are simply ridiculous. Undoubtedly his movements are prompted by a desire to affect the coming election. General Thomas is in the city, and is prepared for any movement Hood may make in this direction. Strong bodie