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n heard from Hood's army on our front since yesterday evening, the telegraph wires being down. Hood made an assault on our works at Columbia, south of Duck river, on Saturday, and was badly repulsed. A small portion of the rebel cavalry have succeeded in crossing Duck river. Hood has made other developments of his plans; but thus far he has accomplished nothing further than conscripting some of his "dear friends." There is no foundation for the rumor of the evacuation of Johnsonville, except a proper preparation for possible contingencies. The military situation is satisfactory to the authorities. The impression gains ground that Hood will move east, across the Chattanooga, possibly with the hope of accomplishing something by co-operating with Breckinridge. The Herald, commenting upon General Hood's movement, says: Hood appears to have had his whole army across the Tennessee on the 13th instant, and the latest rebel accounts tell us that his army w