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ional force of ten thousand. His latest movements do not indicate an intention of early offensive operations. Beauregard, with the rebel General Stewart's corps, was still at Corinth, Mississippi, when last heard of . General Thomas, commanding the Union army designed to check Hood's advance, is rapidly concentrating his forces, as though disposed to make an attack on the rebels in some direction. As we have already stated, the rebel reports of the destruction of government property at Johnsonville, on the Tennessee river, by Forrest, were immensely exaggerated. We now learn that there was only one building in the place destroyed. It is still held by a division of Union troops. The Chicago Tribune gives the following fancy predictions: Charleston will be cut off, and Sherman's army of fifty-five thousand men will be free to act as circumstances demand, and will be on the sea-coast, ready for embarkation at a moment's notice, so that they can be used with Grant or Sherid