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affairs at Nashville. The weather was bad and the ground too slippery to move about much on the 10th. The Confederates were plainly visible standing about their camp-fires. A telegram of the 10th says: The rebel General Cheatham, whose headquarters were at the residence of Mrs. A. V. Brown, was shelled out from there yesterday by our batteries. The house is reported destroyed. On Sunday last, a small party of Confederates, about fifty in number, succeeded in crossing the Cumberland river, on this side of the shoals, and three of the number were captured and brought in yesterday. They claim that the whole party deserted the rebel lines, and were making their way home. One prisoner was captured yesterday and four deserters came in. The latter report Hood as being about to make a movement of some sort. General Cooper's brigade, on the march from Johnsonville to Clarksville, were terribly harassed by guerrillas. Sixteen men of the One Hundred and Thirtieth Indiana w